THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1917.
NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE
LAW OF COMPENSATION
Norma Talmadgre's second Selznick
Ticture offering, "The Law of Com
pensation" will be the feature at the
Isis Theatre today in connection. In
this photodrama Miss Talmadge re
turns to America from her tragic
journey through Rusia, England and
France in her recent success, "Pan
thea," and is the central figure in a
gripping drama of modern social con
ditions in this country- The story is
by Wilson Mizner, whose ability as
an author was proved in his colla
borations with Paul
"Alias Jimmy Valentine" and "The
"The Law of Compensation" is di
vided into three intensely interesting
phases of the life of an American
woman. In the first Miss Talmadge
is seen as a happy young girl, first
in a boarding school, and then as the
only child of a wealthy and devoted
father. Her mother shr cannot remember-
The next phase is the young
married woman, in which Miss Tal
madge portrays a distinct develop
ment of character as a young wife
and mother, to when comes the fre
quently encountered spirit of rest
lessness which often brings domestic
tragedies to women who feel that
their outlook upon life is too cramp
ed. Then comes the third, and most
powerful episode. This is introduc
ed in the form of a story told to
the young woman by her father, who
fears she is about to take a foolish
step. He tells her the storv of her
mother, and in this Miss Talmadge
plays the part of the mature woman,
whose unahppy history she was in
grave danger of repeating in her own
life. Thus the popular young star
is given the opportunity of depict
ing carefree youth, the romance of
young womanhood and the tragedy
of an unfortunate, older woman-
This gives the photodrama a great
variety of incident anfl necne, such
as has seldom been presented in a
single feature- Joseph M. Schenck
has provided a remarkably sump
tuous setting for the story, and the
Armstrong, ! supporting cast include uch screen
iavonies as nester Daraeu, jonn
ENID BENNETT STARS
IN "THE GIRL, GLORY'
Enid Bennett's new starring ve
hicle is "The Girl, Glory" a Triangle
play produced under the supervision
of Thomas H. Ince, which will be
shown at the Isis theater tomorrow
It was written by C- Gardner Sulli
van. In "The Girl, Glory," Enid Bennett
appears as Glory Wharton, the grand
daughter of an old civil war veteran
Jed Wharton Jed was a veteran
who had fought at Vicksburg, tnd
like all old gentlemen, he Is a. little
tiresome at times when he button
holes every one within reach to tell
him of the different battles in which
he has served. He has a fine taste
for old bourbon and is wont to cele
brate on inauspicious occasions. This
is the only cloud in Glory's life and
she determines to wipe out the evil
that has mastered him.
In this dilemma she seeks the aid
Atlanta 10; Little Rock 9.
At Little Rock: R. H. E.
Atlanta 10 11 5
Little Rock 9 15 7
Hess, Fullenweider and Picinich;
Ledbetter and Chapman; umpires,
Breitenstein and Kerin.
New Orleans 4; Nashville 2.
At Nashville: R. H. E-
New Orleans 4 11 1
Nashville 2 7 0
Bailey and Higgins; Meader and
Street; umpires, Pfenninger and
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BlS23SSl SEIZNICKPICTURES i&3USaSSS5SmCT
Birmingham 5; Memphis 6.
At Memphis: R. H. E.
Birmingham 5 9 2
Memphis 6 10 3
Comstock and Haworth; Willett,
Fentress, Barger and Ruel; umpires,
O'Toolc and Chestnut.
Mobile 1; Chattanooga 3.
At Chattanooga: R. H. E.
Mobile 1 5 1
Chattanooga 3 9 4
Marshall and Kitchens; Bacon and
McDaniels; umpires, Marcan and Mo-ran.
Wilson Miznor's celebrated drama which is the attraction at the Isis to
day in connection with Fatty Arbu ckle m
Chicago 1-1; Brooklyn 0-4.
At Brooklyn: R. H- E
Chicacro 1 4 1
Brooklyn 0 4
Vaughn and Wilson; Marquard,
Coombs and Meyers; umpires, Har
rison and O Day.
At Brooklyn: R. H. E.
Chicaeo 1 5 1
Brooklyn 4 6 2
Oldridge, Hendrix and Dilhoefer;
Cadore and Miller; umpires, Harrison
Clubs W. L-
Chicago 48 2J
Boston 46 28
Cleveland 42 37
New York 38 34
Detroit 38 37
Washington 30 42
St. Louis 30 48
Philadelphia 27 45
Clubs W. L-
New York 45 23
Philadelphia 38 30
St. Louis 40 35
Cincinnati 43 39
Chicago 41 39
Boston 28 30
Brooklyn 32 36
Pittsburg 23 47
New Orleans 53
Little Rock 37
Tru Th Tmirnal's Want
Columns for quick results.
his latest comedy "The
Charles, Sally Crute. Robert Cum
mings, Frederick Esmdton, Mary
Hall, Edwin Stanley and Fred G.
In "Panthea" Miss Talmadge prov
ed her right to recognition as a star
of the first magnitude in the screen
firmament and in "The Law of Com
pensation.' it is expected that still
more laurels will be added to her selz-nick-Picture
of her best adviser, the young minis
tre of the village Thev decide that
if the old man is unable to get the
liquor he will do without it. How she
accomplishes her determination
forms the framatic episodes that go
to make up this drama.
Among those supporting Miss
Bennett are Walt Whitman, Martrery
Bennett, J. P. Lockney, William
Warrs and Darrell Foss-
Cincinnati 10; Boston 5.
At Bost: R. H. E.
Cincinnati 10 13 1
Boston 5 12 2
Toney and Wingo; Rudolph and
Hughes and Tragresser and Rice;
umpires, Rigler and Emslie.
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Preparations have been completed
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HOW HE QUIT TOBACCO
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vessel, properlv framed under glass
and prominently displayed-
A reasonable length of time will be
allowed the owners of vessels to pro
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which time vessels found without li
censes wiU not be allowed the privi
lege of nagivating in the waters of
the Eighth Naval District.
Washington 4; Detroit 5.
At Detroit: R. H. E
Washington 4 8 2
Detroit o 6 2
Dumont, Ayers and Henry; Boland
and Stanage; umpires, O'Loughlin
New Russia Resumes
Long Delayed Push
Philadelphia 7; Chicago 3.
At Chicago: R. H. E.
Philadelphia 7 ll 2
Chicago 3 5
Noyes and Schang; Faber, Russell.
Danforth, Cicotte and Schalk; um
pires, Owens and Evans.
New York 7; St. Louis 5.
At St. Louis: R. H. E.
New York 7 12 2
St. Louis 5 14 4
Fisher, Love and Alexander; Plank,
Wright, Koob, Sutheron and Seve
reid; umpires, Nallin and Connolly.
At Brooklyn 0-4; Chicago 1-1.
At Philadelphia-Pittsburg, rain.
At New York-St. Louis, rain.
At Boston 5; Cincinnati 10.
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Fighting on the Russian front has
been practically at a standstill since
last October. Now the new Russian
government has ordered an offensive
along the whole front and reports
are coming in already of a push
against Lemberg in Galicia. Map
shows the east front, with Lemberg,
where the attack is being concentr-ted.
At Chicago 3; Philadelphia 7.
At Detroit 5; Washington 4.
At St- Louis 5; New York 7
At Cleveland-Boston, wet grounds.
At Little Rock 9; Atlanta 10.
At Nashville 2; New Orleans 4.
At Memphis 6; Birmingham 5.
At Chattanooga 3; Mobile 1.
South Atlantic League.
At Columbia 7; Charleston 6.
The Journal's "Want Ad
'rav will get you results.
Millville, July 10. Mr. Troctor
Van Hon has gone to Chipley where
he will make a short visit.
Mrs. C- H. Boyett has returned
home after a short visit to Pensacola.
Rapid work is going on at the
Miss Bessie Robinson, Mr. Frank
Montanaire, Miss Claudle Boyett, Mr.
Adrian McNair and Mrs. Jim McNair
enjoyed a spin over to Panama City
last Sunday afternoon.
Large crowds enioved the dance
at the pavalion at Millville last Sat
urday night, Dancing began at 9:30
o'clock and lasted to 12:30 Music was
furnished by West's orchestra.
Bilious? -j You needa
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Beulah, July 10 The prospects for
a fair corn crop are excellent. Recent
light, showers and Thursday a nice
rain of several hours duration have
wet the ground several Inches deep,
but that the long continued dry
weather has injured the early planted
corn is a fact that anyone can verify
by going into the fields and noting
the half-filled ears and other Imper
fection caused by the drouth. Still,
we have been told by experts that
the drouth was a benefit to the corn
Every one in this settlement is do
ing their bit, putting out sweet po
tato vines and other crops that will
help feed the people.
Beulah is also doing her bit in a
patriotic way. Carrol West and Fred
Penton are in the coast artillery, near
Savannah; Louis Spare is in the navv
on a receiving ship at Brooklyn, N.
Y.; D F. Spare is at Jefferson bar
racks, St. Louis, Mo., enlisted in the
There is a revival in progress here
in the Methodist Church. Rev. Ham
mit is conducting the meetings, as
sisted by several other ministers. If
the people of this community do not
hit the trail it will not be the fault of
the preachers, for they have worked
faithfully and earnestly.
Mrs. Mary Daffin has returned to
her home in Molino, after a pleasant
visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Eunice Snowden is the guest
of relatives at Quintette and Barri-
neau Park this week.
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