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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1916. hAes YOUNG MEN thrive on good style just as they thrive on good food. One is as neces sary as the other they both contribute to fine development The John White Store styles get as far from poor style as clothes can get. They're made to meet the style requrements of to day. Prices are $12.50 to $25 r.'l A r J Y DETAILS OF Fnlil COMPLETED See display of Suits and Overcoats in our windows. "on fA IovqI" , SineQ W9 AMUSEMENTS POST OFFICE BLOCK Everything Men and Boys Wear. WE SMILE OVER OUR. WORK of Serving the Needs of Particular People. The Empire Laundry Phone 322. L BELGIAN AT BOARD MEETING Many of the final details of the fair were completed at the meeting of the board of directors held yesterday aft ernoon in the office of Secretary N. J. Lillard, and practically everything is in .readiness for the actual placing: of the exhibits. The application for space at the fair increase daily, and there will probably be a greater number of in- I dividual exhibits than ever before. Work on the grounds has been com pleted, and everything is in excellent condition for the opening day. -Individual Exhibits Large. Great interest is shown in the in dividual entries at the fair this year, and there are a greater number than ever before. F. E. Maxey, of Can tonment, has reserved space for forty- five different exhibits. Other large individual exhibits will be made by W. C. Barrineau, of Barrineau Park, and J. D. Anderson, of Quintette. ' ; It is expected that a large com munity exhibit will be made by Rob erts-Gonzalez, where' recent agricul tural development has been extensive. The farmers of these communities have already perfected an organi zation, and altogether is considered one of the most progressive in the section. Interest in Poultry. 3V V 8 ( 13 m rl lh Ml BILLIE BURKE TUESDAY TODAY PARAMOUNT FEATURES TODAY PRESENT ILEdDRKDDSE QJELUSIKC! 66 TTDtkb DirattirnsnLae 99 A STORY OF INTERNATIONAL SCHEMING TO OBTAIN THE RIGHTS TO AN X-RAY GUN, THE INVENTION OF AN EN. TERPRISING AMERICAN YOUTH, THE "DRAMATIC MIRROR" SAYS: "THERE IS NO QUESTIONING THE ENTERTAINING QUALITY OF THIS PRODUCTION." ALSO TODAY j GUAIPIPV . MdD(IDOARil m T H E STRAIGHT WAV . ii Wri LL.1 A M "Jr.O X " P O.O U CHI O N , STARRING VALESKA SURATT AT THE ISIS TOMORROW. Valeska Suratt in The Straight ; ; Way ' Valeska Suratt makes her screen reappearance at the Isis theatre to morrow in a new William Fox picture, "The Straight Way." Instead of having one of the siren parts with CHILDREN 5e CARTOON COMEDY. ADULTS 10o TOMORROW: Valeska Suratt In "THE STRAIGHT WAY" MONDAYI Douglas Fairbanks In "THE HALF. BREED n BILLIE BURKE TUESDAY 3 IHICI CSV 111 1 UUllI J I v V11V Oil W E ' The growth in exhibits this year is which the public has grown to iden- STEAMER IN PORT One steamer arrived up yesterday, this being the fine Belgian steamship Fraesident Bunge, which, loaded with miscellaneous cargo at Port Arthur, is here for a supply of coaL Imme diately upon arrival the steamer was met H mid-stream by a deputy from the harbormaster's office and piloted up to the coal chutes, where a supply will be shunted into her bunkers. It is expected that the steamer will be ready to go to sea at an early hour thins morning. This steamer is one of the numer ous Belgian vessels which are now seeking cargoes at gulf ports, and it was said that quite a string of . them would call at times here for coal sup plies. ' ir not confined solely to" agriculture and live stock, for the entries in the poultry show are taxing the capacity. The trophies which have been an nounced, and the many handsome prizes donated by merchants in Pen sacola have stimulated keen interest in the poultry exhibits, which is ex pected to go far towards the develop ment of poultry raising in this coun ty. With the development of poultry clubs by the state, the exhibit takes on added importance, and will be fair ly representative of all parts of the county. Stedal Meeting Tuesday. A special meeting of the board of directors will be held Tuesday morn ine at 10 o'clock to complete all ar rangements for the fair. The report of several of the committees which have been busily engaged gathering the exhibits will be presented to the board tify the eminent actress, Miss Suratt this time portrays a good woman, who has been thrown off unjustly by her husband. She seeks revenge on him through his daughter. When her plot has suc ceeded, she learns that the girl was her own child. But -the discovery of a vital defect in the plot makes every- hmg end happily, and the family is reunited. In the role of the husband, John Madison, Herbert Heyes, hero of "Under Two Flags," appears. The "heavy" of the film is Glen White, whose excellent work is known to millions of movie fans. Claire Whit ney and Elsie Balfour have impor tant roles. ' The Straight Way" was written and directed by Will S. Davis. Of course Miss Suratt has opportunity to wear innumerable beautiful gowns. Over-Sea Cherries, can . . . . . .35c Cor a. 2 cans 25c FRESH COUNTRY PORK , and WESTERN MEATS Prompt Delivery ... to all parts of city. Phone 467 JohnTringas&Bro. Gulliemarde and Gonzalez 10 POLITICAL MEETINGS TONIGHT Two political speakings are sched uled for tonight in Pensacola. Van C. Swearingen, former mayor of Jacksonville, and J. S. Blitch, state senator from Levy county, will speak at Mallory Court in behalf of Sidney J. Catts, candidate for governor. . Geo. W. Allien, Republican candi date for governor, and other Republi can candidates, will also address the voters of Pensacola tonight. YOUNG MAN, GET THIS TIP ! MAXIMUM SENTENCE PASSED ON ASSAILANT SPECIAL SERVICE T HE CHILDREN Isis ing well handled. The short flashes of soldiers in trenches were well done, and surely seemed realistic This is not- by any means a battle picture, however, because most of the action centers around the attempts to secure the gun and the efforts of Miss Ulrich to thwart her country's ene mies. Douglas Fairbanks Monday. Jewel Carmen, who played the vam pire in the Norma Talmadge picture, "The Children in the House," has an important part in the new Douglas Fairbanks picture, "The Half-Breed," also for the Triangle program. Al. G. Field's Minstrels October 26. Amongst other things, in a column write-up, here's what the Nashville Banner of : October 5 said about Al. G. Field's Minstrels, that comes to the Opera House October 26 King Mirth P o ! I O o x TODAY TODAY EPISODE NO. 12 OF THE WONDERFUL PATHE SERIAL "THE-ION CLAW" ALSO TODAY "LURED, BUT CURED" Two-Reel L-Ko Scream. "THE SPIRITS HELP" Nestor Comedy. TOMORROW! MARY FULLER in "CHEATERS CHAS. CHAPLIN in "ONE AM" X w I I w o o ! O o with the Al G. Field Greater Minstsrel are all familiar ones . to the public, ana ueen jueioay . ,a . nf ariotv nd reigned at the Theatre Vendome lastly of the-dancing on the pro- evemnrr on me uccaaiuu vx uw luiuni of Al G. Field's min- Onc box of Johnston's Candy will win a place in her heart that auo rides and, theater tickets won't buy. It's the spirit of the giving that pleas ure. This is Candy Day. Try it out once. Hannah's Pharmacy 18 South Palafox. Phon 881 TheM.&O. On tfi Square, Within Easy fUa Atlanta, Ga Oct. 13. G. K. Vason, doorkeeper of the Georgia house of representatives, who yesterday was convicted of stabbing Thomas E. Fel der. an Atlanta lawyer, today was eiven the maximum sentence by Judge Ben H. Hill, in superior court. He was sentenced to serve one year on the chaingang, six months in Jail and fined $1,000. Vason was tried on a charge of assault with intent to murder, a fel ony, but the jury hrought in a ver dict that Vason was guilty of stab bing, a misdemeanor. Judge Hill, in passing sentence, stated tfcat the jury had shown leniency to the fullest ex tent that it did not remain for the judge to give a light sentence. Felder was stabbed during a ngnt with Vason in a local hotel August 3, and was badly wounded. CHARGES OF DESERTION AGAINST GUARDSMEN Jackson, Miss., Oct. 13. Officers of the First regiment,. Mississippi Na tional guard at Camp Taylor, near here, stated today about 75 members - . !il A. of the regiment were "aosenx wiuioui leave" and that 12 charges of de sertion were pending against guards men. Most of the absent men, offi cers said, were members of G com pany of Hattiesburg. Members of the regiment said the men were dissatisfied over being kept in rnmn while here, while other state troops have been sent to the border. For a Muddy Complexion. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adont a diet of vegetables and cereals. Take outdoor exercise daily and your comnlexion will be greatly improve wrHliir a few month s. Try it. Ob Lenore Ulrich in The Intrigue, Today. Lenore Ulrich one of our most popular stars because of , her dis tinctive beauty and her sincerity. She impresses with what she does because she feels the emotions she is protray- mg, , and she , consequently registers both forcefully and appealingly. In this offering, "The Intrigue," at the Isis tomorrow. Miss Ulrich has a Special service for the children will storv of th resent, war. whiVH con- take place this morning at 10 o'clock CCrns chiefly the invention of a mar- at the First Methodist cnurcn, ana n veious wireless weapon which would is urged by the pastor that as many annihilate whole companies . of men nine ones . by an electric current in a manner to come, either alone or witn meir Q , . horriblv effec- parents. The moiners are U1tvf tive. to come witn vne nine u. The plot concerned . the attempt of This service nowevirr, ; 0ne foreign nation to secure this all, and in addition to f-J1 weapon, and the efforts of Miss Ul- and tneir rich, representing a rival power, to as large fca m,iuwu , keen such a wMnn n,,t of the? war. tne yuuiiK t , ' tnrpad nf lnva interoef onH the the end, the wireless gun was a clever bit of photography, the trick of focusing the weapon be- performance strels. The big playhouse was packed to the eaves with lovers of harmony and laughter, and for two hours and a - T XI 4--4- r a J 4-Vk tit. naix uiey were cinciuamcu wim - , . . . , , m . greatest coUaboration of minstrelsy ST "u, h f, -nm, v t.4. xt i. Joe McCarty is not only one of the gram this season. Johnny Dove, recently of the Zieg- feld Follies, has an original attrac tive turn to everything he does; Joe Coff man has long been a leader in grotesque steps; Frankie Miller is un- rZur spent . 'First Meth-i 7 t. , xi.: ? rriivA The demonstration of dist cnurcn at. vus iuuimu6 . p.-oj v- v 1.4. xtt, Joe McCarty is not only ville since the beginning of his visits neediest dancer, but is prolific in n eccentric movements; Jim Conroy is many J.a , , ..L.'An.VlA Annfam -rr" UrM- en . a BOft shoe is said that the minstrels are Digger - OTr fnr it a fart artist; and uan iNlXOn, earner .Kv- """" I . T-11 Tl T that the singers are greater in num- ton, Tommy naniey, cmy , ber and better in , quality, and the Eugene DeBeii, au nave inamau. .nm;.n o, mnrD .nmormi! and skill in the various oancmg muueo. r,n?OT than ihm have Pr hpn be- The Al. G. Field Greater Minstrels ....... ....... w I m ,3 f-o Tt, o Al T,V1r nas the are at the Upera tiouse inursu AVXV, Ail mm Tw. - I " createst show that has marked his night, October 6th long career as the dean of minstrelsy. Bert Swor, . who reigns supreme among, burnt cork artists, ras never better, and with a big lot of brand new stuff he had no trouble in bowl ing over the big audience. "Alabama Bound," to which Bert . adds many verses of his own, found a ready re sponse and Bert found it hard to leave the stage so tremendous was the applause and so great was his re ception. DANCE IN PAVILION PRESIDENT! THE L 4N. 15 IRE AT FOBT OH DCT.l 8 The following announcement has Wn sent out by order of Lieutenant Colonel Davis from the headquarters coast defense at Tensacola, Fort Bar- There will be an informal dance at the amusement pavilion (new build ing near ball diamond), Fort Barran cas, Fla., at 8:00 p. m., Wednesday, nrtnhAr 18 ' 1916. Officers of the army, navy and ma rine corps service, their families ana friends are corcuany ui' . By order of Lieutenant vxwonei Davis. P. S. GOLDKKMAIX, Captain, Coast Artillery Corps, Adjutant. How Catarrh is Contracted. Mothers are sometimes as thought io a- tn neglect the colds which their contract. The inflammation VU&AUAWM ' . . of the mucus membrane, ai iirst acute, becomes chronic and the child has chronic catarrh, a disease that is seldom cured and that may prove a life's burden. Many persons who have this loathsome disease will re member having had frequent colds at the time it was contracted. A little forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judiciously used, and all this trouble might have been avoided. Obtainable everywhere. Lucky Dog! I i is ; t . . f .i i ill Milton H. Smith, president of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, was Dancing Done by Leaders. hn the city yesterday, leaving on the The names of the dancing experts I afternoon train, his reported destina tion beinz the state capital. There are several matters pending before the railroad commission in which the L. & N. is interested, and it is thought he was going to Tallahassee on account of these matters being called up shortly. President Smith, in his private car, arrived Thursday afternoon and his car was parked during yesterday on Alcaniz street. At that point quite a number of representative business men called during the day and paid their respects. The visit of the lm portant railroad official was without significance to this place, it was ex plained. NATIONAL RIFLE SHOOT INTERESTING MANY Specials 6 bars Octagon Soap FREE ! 3 boxes Oatmeal FREE 2j41bsof Sugar FREE ! Your choice of any of the above with every purchase of groceries of $3.00 or more. CUT PRICES ON EVERYTHING PHONE 1889 M. ELLIS Davis and Lloyd Streets CoroNA For Sale by Reynalds Music Housi Jacksouville, Fla., Oct 13. The National Rifle Association annual contest opened here today with indi viduals from all parts of the country shooting on the 800 and 900 yard ranges for the Leech cup. This trophy has been hung up every year since 1874. These matches will end lats to I day with shooting on the 1,000 yard range. Seven shots at each target are allowed. WILL-BUY FOR CASH RECEIVER'S CERTIFICATE FIRST NATIONAL BANK (Small Certificates Prefeired) Address MILTON E. CLARK, P. O. Box No. 1257, City. B F, KING CO. Can Serve You Best fa Tailoring and Sporting Goods PHONE 774 34 South Palafox LENORE ULRICH, PALLAS STAR IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES. -T a ,oa hia Aax " No truer words were ever spoken. If there Is any question about It cocsult the above picture. Here we have none otter ,a Tnor TTlrich of the Pallas-Paramount with her beautirai dog. a blase Russian aristocrat, who, it would seem is immune to the flatter- Association of Com- ingwueaweTenua. , , I merce, with responses by oeiegates. ....... . ... i . ... , YOUNG MEN'S CLUBS MEET IN CONVENTION New Orleans, Oct. 13. The con vention of the Young Business Men's Club of America was transferred to day from Jackson, Miss., to New Or leans, whore the annual meeting will close Saturday night. Today's . early session included addresses of. wel come by Governor Pleasant, Mayor Behrman and Ernest Lee Jahncke, -The Home of Better Printing HERBERT'S PRINTERY Opera House Bioek Phono 931 CAN WE ESTIMATE TODAYf DR. A. W. MILLER Dentist 209-210 Blount Building Office Pho.e 641. Residence, 137a tainable everywhere. Adv. Adv.