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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7, 1917
BASEBALL SOUTHERN LEAGUE- Atlanta 1; Nashville 1 R. Atlanta 1 H. E 12 2 8 3 Nashville ' 1 Batteries: Hess and Ticinich; and Street. Umpires: Kerin Moran. 13 innings. Ellis and Birmingham 1; Chattanooga 0. R. H. Birmingham 1 6 Chattanoocra 0 6 E 1 1 Batteries: Hill and Haworth; Fer ryman and McDaniel and Teters- Um pires: Pfenninger and Chestnut. Mobile 1; Memphis 2. R. Mobile 1 H. E 0 0 8 Memphis 2 6 Batteries: Chin and Griffith; lien- nett and Ruel- Umpires: Breit and Marcan 10 innings. Little Rock-New Orleans, off day- AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit 3; New York 5. R. H. E- Detroit 3 12 1 New York 5 11 0 Batteries: Mitchell, Cunningham nd Yelle and Spencer; Mogridge and Walters. Umpires: Dineen and D'Loughlin- Chicago 4; Philadelphia 5. R. H. Chicago 4 .7 Philadelnhia 5 11 E 3 1 Batteries Russell, Scott and Schalk; Noyes and Schang. Umpires: Hilde brand and Connolly. 11 innings- Cleveland 2; Boston 0- R. H. E Cleveland 2 1 0 Boston 0 6 1 Batteries Klepfer, Bagby and O'Neill; Foster and Thomas- Um pires: Evans and Moriarity. St. Louis 0; Washington 1. St. Louis 0 5 0 Washington 1 5 2 Batteries: Plank and SevereiiT; Johnson and Ainsmith. Umpires: NTallin and Owens- 11 innings. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Boston-Pittsburg no eame, rain. New York-Cincinnati, no game, rain Philadelphia 3; Chicago 2- R. H. E Philadelphia 3 5 2 Chicago 2 6 3 Batteries: Oeschger and Adams; Hendrix and Wilson and Dilhoefer Umpires: Klem and Emslie. Brooklyn 0; St. Louis 1. R. H. E Brooklyn 0 4 2 3t. Louis 1 3 2 Batteries: Cheney and Miller; Wabon and Gonzalez. Umpires: Rig ler and Bransfield. Notice to Ice Consumers! Our wagons are equipped with scales and consumer wilt please exact cor rect weight and report any dlscourtesf of drivers to office phones (9 or III. Pensacola Ice Company WIRE YOUR HOME! MAKE IT AS COMFORTABLE AS YOUR OFFICE. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY FISHER-BROWN. We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919. TURKISH BATHS Pensacola Hospital, $1.00 Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m. Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. U ffvetrva H trmnm QDnttaral Amhargss; MlnltM. aoa- DOltonoot -nd will do! Itrtctor. KellTs Id 1 U ttfcj OLD BY BIC6S1ITI. Hml Fwl 1( dMircd- Prie U, or botUat CL73 PraDtrod bv TLA BALKCOH DRUQ CO. "Tho Prescription Store." Phone 19 or 123. SAVE 50 CENTS A Gcod FOUNTAIN SYRINGE D llvard Anywhirt for 75 Worth 1J. The Central Pharmacy PHONEI 177. ITS THE OLD RELIABLE" RESULTS LEAGUE STANDING American League. Clubs W. Chicago 66 Boston 60 Cleveland 56 Detroit 54 New York 51 Washington 44 St. Louis 38 Philadelphia 36 Sortl.M-n League Atlanta -72 New Orleans 71 Birmingham 66 Memphis 57 Nashville 55 Chattanooga 55 Little Rock 48 Mobile 32 National Leaguo. Clubs V New York 61 St Louis 55 Philadelphia 50 Cincinnati 55 Chicago 51 L- 38 30 40 48 48 57 65 61 Pet. .635 .606 .533 .520 -515 436 .360 -371 44 44 48 56 58 64 6.. 70 .621 619 -570 504 487 .462 .43L' .28S L- 31 36 42 51 51 40 53 65 Pet 663 .604 .543 .51i .500 .405 .436 .323 Brooklyn 48 Boston 41 Pittsburgh 31 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS- American League. At Philadelphia, 5; Chicago 11 1 innings. At New York 5; Detroit, 2. At Washington 1; St. Louis innings- At Boston, 0; Cleveland 2. 0. 11 National League. At Chicago, 2; Philadelphia, 3 At Pittsburg-Boston, rain. At St- Louis, 1; Brooklyn, 0. At Cincinnati-New York rained out in first Southern League. At Chattanooga, 0; Birmingham, 1. At Memphis, 2; Mobile, 1. At Nashville, 1; Atl?rta, 1, called in 13th, darkness. ARE YOU UNLUCKY? Most sickness is traced to careless ness or neglect, but unfortunates who suffer from hay fever or asthma can attribute their ailments to bad luck. I In August the air is full of pollen and dust that cause trouble for some yet others are never bothered. No remedy does more to relieve hay fever and asthma than Foley's Honey and Tar, the well known family medi cine for coughs, colds and croup. It clears and sooths the afflicted nose, throat and bronchiel tubes D'Alem berte's Pharmacy. Adv. Imperial Granum t The Unsweetened Food for Babies Supplies the Nourishment that keeps Baby's body ugped anu digestion sounc in all kinds o; weather. THE CRVTAL P- n iv CY Phone 921-922. U. S. Army Uniforms Tailored to Measure LONDON WOOLEN MILLS 117 South Palafox Street ROYAL TYPEWRITERS MAYES PRINTING CO. FINE JOB PRINTING Office Supplies 17-19 W. Government St. Phone 181 L. E. NOBLES & CO.. Apnu Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Kirschbaum Suits. "Vcur Money's Worth or Your Money r South Talnfox Street. Phone 790 Freckles and His AWMOIEDU&THSSeA rAYDOOMT V vjcMS OAi TUi SABBATH ? I ITSH )( L CASE OP rTivTVJOftMC YCSTEBDAY-wN 7 c h DomT YoO VN 0 ITS - V. " V NECESSITY A 1 T if it VJU2 V out:7 StN To tl& OK SUNDAY, r Tr ( J SrJ rcnlTCU ft vZw5uMtAy? J -oirr kT7 ( unless its k CA.se 0f J rj aI yryr ' W (mucATFisw LOCAL MAN IS AMONG THE FIRST TO OUCH FRANCE Honored by being one of th first of our fighting men to carry the Stars and Stripes into battle in France, Edward R. Granning, of Fori Barrancas, has left with the first contingent of U. S. Marines for ser vice overseas. Only picked men have been selected to represent the Marine Corps in the first division- In sending thes highly trained and seasoned sailor-soldiers the gov ernment is following the precedent established by over a hundred years of warfare- During this period the "Soldiers of the Sea" have been first to fight for the flag in Tripoli, Mex ico, China, the Philippines, Haiti, Sarto Domingo, Cuba, Nicaragua and elsewhere- Edward, who is a brother of G. Granning of Barrancas, now serving in the 2nd Company Coast Artillery Corps., enlisted in the United States , Marine Corps at its Detroit, Mich-, recruiting station on April li, rJli. He is with the 47th company. AMUSEMENTS V- h 4 i I " A Qfrlniro Tnncirrrccnr" Will Ctlr I , i . i..t..-,, .-o.,. ..... . Louise Glaum. "A Rtrancp Transcrpcsnr" is th title of the new Triangle play starr- ; ing uouise (jlaum, tne celeoratea I "peacock siren," at the Isis thatcr ! Thurstfv It was written ov John Lvnth and directed bv Reginald h'.u. . " f A A .v.v.v. ,...:: y . jU v J-( 77 ; ? 'lb i 1 4K&!? Louice Claum In Trianglo Play. "A Ctrzino Transgrercoi-." Louise Glaum, as Lola ;?ontrose, ' ? who , Pays the heroine .the woman who believe lovs to be the ' ' a Rir in heru tee"s: sacntices only bond necessary to join man an1,h" love and even her life, for her (woman, is said to'present an unfor- . younger sister. In it she shows all of i ToKin ,.u..o. Ti,,.,,r.i, ; that rare perfection which has i L.ciai'ic i uci av in .ai in ' l in i'ui.;i I her intense devotion she defies the I laws of convention and scoffs at out ward hypocrisy. (Vivian Martin in "A Kiss for Susie."1 I Dainty Vivian Martin who recently i scored such pronounced successes in ! "Giving Becky a Chance" and "The Spirit of Romance," and who will be seen at the Isis today in the Pallas Paramount production of Paul West's clever story ' A Kiss for Susie," pre pared especially for her by Harvey T Thew and produced under tne person al direction of Robert Thornby, has established for herself a unique posi tion in the firmament of photodram atic stars. A little wisp of a girl, full of vitality and charm and with a roguishness all her own, she has By reason of thorough distribu tion with the drug trade In the United States and lower selling costs, reduced prices are now pos sible tor Eckman's Alterative FOR THROAT AND LUNGS Stubborn Coughs and Colds No Alcohol. Narcotic or Ha hit -forming Prug $2 Size $1 Size Now $1.50 Now 50 cts Kokman Laboratory. Philadelphia W. A. Gahlenbeck & Bro. Dealers in WAfCHES. JEWELRY CUT GLASS. 16 South Paiafox Street DIAMONDS. and Phone 1976. Friend' amswstd c&b HLovM w J 1!;"Illf. HJAwV&& capitoL is Lk FULL UmTd SIAM. IN WAR. TO SEND THESE MAN AGAINST GERMANY OFFENSIV i : : i T ' ... v-.-x--a.....,.. .-.j. ....... . - - ' ;" - , ' - A' Vf ""1 - Siam is preparing to send men type of soldiers of which Siam, the been hailed by many as the "elf" of j the film. Miss Martin, before she entered the. silent drama, was a star on the speaking stage and scored pronounc-j ed success in "OrTicer 666" and other j well known productions. been called to the colors so far. and This charming picture will be t many others are standing at atten shown in connection with Mrs. Ver- i tion non Castle in "Cats Taw and Scape- j R R. Carpenter, who has been in Goat" and also the extra added at- j the employ of Mr- J. R- Wilson for traction showing at the Isis this I the past fifteen years is taking a va week of the famous Duo of original cation. Hawaiian entertainers, who scored t Jack McDougal station accountant such a tremendous success at their of the local freight office of the L opening performances yesterday, in their rendition of native songs. dances, and selection from the Ukala this vaudeville attraction is posi tively one of the most novel and most expensive acts ever brought into Ten- sacola. They stylo themselves as "The Hawaiian Duo," it is composed of Pospoe and Kawaa. "Heart and Soul," Based on Sir Rider Haggard's "Jess" Starrs Theda Ilara, Isis Tomorrow- The tragic story of "Heart and C--..1 " e j.j c: T7;,l.. TJ i '"""" i " ! Ed S famous novel Jess. showing at the Isis tomorrow, displays as no other film drama has ever done the inexhaustible versatility of the; world's greatest film artiste. Miss T- 1 T. T ll ' 1 A. . i,nefla in mis laiesi imam 'Fox surer de luxe photo-drama, Miss marked her interpretation mature roles. ot more HE FELT LIKE NINETY Nothin will m-.ke a npron feel old i win me a person leei omi cuicker than disordered kidneys tOri j when they are not working properly . the whole system is infected with poi- sons that cause aches and pains in all parts of the body. A. W. Morpan, Ancola, La., writes: "Oh, I suffered with pain in my back. I am 43 years old, but I felt" like a man 00 years old- Since I took Folev Kidnev Pill. I feel like I did when I was 21." They tone up and strengthen the kidneys, and promptly relieve annoying blad der troubles. D'Alemberte's Phar macy. Adv. SNEADS Sneads, Fla.. Aue. 6. The private school conducted by Frof Henderson of Marianna. was opened here Mon day mornine with a creditable en rollment Prof- Henderson is also instructing a night class or tnose who are unable to attend the dav school. Mr. and Mrs. W. T Tender left here Sunday morning fo tneir sum mer home near Tarker, where they will be for some time. Oscar Brewton. of Jacksonville, was the guest of his sister. Mr?. Grady Riker. last Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Wilson, left Satur day afternoon for Pensacola, where she is the guest of Mrs. J Q Ken nedy this week Deputy U. S. Marshal arrested two alleged slackers here Saturday. J. R. Hinson of Cottondale. is the That's Right-Pure Necessity like these to help the allies in the war against Germany. They are the latest nation to declare war against Germany, has 80,000. guest of his uncle, Mr. Rex Hinson, of this place. Mrs. A- A. Stliblin and daughter. Miss Gladys made a frying trip to Chattahoochee last Saturday. Nino of the bovs of this place have & X. R K Co., at Mobile, Ala. and his family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. "T. C. Liddon of this place j last Sunday. i Dr. Tyson, of Cedartown, Ga , ar ! rived here Saturday night and is the ; guest of Mr T. C Liddon . An attempt was made here last week by an escape from the reform ! school at Marianna to steal the car I of W. D. Dcadenbough. from his gar ! age. but the youngster was appre ; bonded in his attempt, but made safe his escape before the officers could be notified, and is still at large some where in the country, up to this writ ing. i Mrs Hugh Wooldridge is visiting friends at Pinkard. Ala. j Miss Abbie Logan, daughter of W. H. Logan, was the guest of friends LEGAL NOTICE. Notice of Application for Transfer of Tippling House License. Noti'-f is hfrpby rivpii that Walker Wilkins iiis tilPi a petition with the ( 'r.mmit-pio-iPi-f; of the City of Pensacola for transfer of tipplincr house license. wiii.Mi petition show? that the license is to i.e issuerl to W'all-.er Wilkins: that no "ther person than the sikl petitioner is l'p''ruanly interrste-1 the business to .,.tnM(.r , the i,0(, where the it rt V.-i !nc3T(il ic ".11 Slnntli P;ilafov street The Ponrd of Commissioners will meet at the C.v Mail on the nth rlay of Aucift, llT. ,-it 2 p. m. to henr remon strances of citizens, if anv there are. against grant ins said petition. T"v order of the r.ai'fl of Commis sioners. THOp. H. jOHKsnx, Attest: Mayor C. W KGOAHT. City Clerk. l?,M5A-atiR7$-! Notice of Application for Transfer of Tippling Hose License. Notice is herchy given that Iriis Ber lin has f"r a petition with the Commis sioners of the City of Tensaooia for transfer of tippling house license, which petition shows that the license is to be ifsi:erl to Louis Berlin: that no other person than the said petitioner is pe. uniirilv interested in the business to be I transferred , that the place where the business is to be located is 7M S. Fala. i fov street. I The Board of Commissioners will meet ! at the Citv Hall on the Oth dav of August, 117. it 2 p. ni. to h'-nr rmon i stranccs of citizens, if anv there are, latrainst cram ins: said petition. Bv order of the Board of Commis sioners. THO? H. JOHNSON. Attest. Mavor C. TV KC.OART. Citv ClerK- 1V7A-ue7-! Sample Shoe Store 23 South Paiafox. HIGH-GRADE SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN, 40 PER CENT LESS THAN YOU WOULD PAY ELSEWHERE. and relatives of Blountstown the lat ter part of last week, returning Friday- Miss Bessie Pearl Finn, of Jack sonville, is the guest of Mrs. L- C Butler this week. All Traces of Scrofula Eradicated from the System By the Greatest of All Purifiers. A common mistake in the treat ment of scrofula has been the use of mercury and other mineral mix- ! tu: es, the etlect of which is to bot- tlj up the impurities in the blood, and hide them from the surface- The impurities and dangers are only added to in this way. For more than fifty years S. S. S. has been the one recognized reliable blood remedy that has been used N For Every Occasion When next you go fishing, or when you need a new tennis rac ket, In fact, for anything in the Sporting Goods Line, consult 'The Sportsman's Store' fcgBKKa'l- CSggJKBa rfflrlWfftfaU ( . . W. Gibbs Hardware 16 East Romana Street Sells Diamond Edge Carpenters and Mechanics Tools of every dis cription and under guarantee. t Build in a. ' ffliwft'UttaL E BREATH tlllS FOB CALDMEL TSUI II CALOTAB The New Calomel Tablet That Is En tirely Purified From All Un pleasant and Dangerous Effects. Do you ever have a bad taste in your mouth in the morning, heavy breath, i-oato.i tnnsrue, headache nervousness with a let -down feeling? Yon need calomel., nothing- else will cleanse your liver thoroughly. Try Calotahs. the new calomel tablet that is delightful to take and delightful in effect. One tablet at bedtime, a swallow of water, that's all. No taste, griping nor nausea. Wake up in the morning feeling like two-year-old. bright, cheerful, energetic and with a hearty appetite for break fast. Eat what you please, no dan ger. Calotahs are so entirely de lightful to take and so pleasant in effect that the manufacturers have authorised your druggist to refund the price as a guarantee that you will be delighted with Calotahs. Sold only in original sealed pack ages, twenty doses for thirty-five cents. At drugstores everywhere, adv. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mutual L. & S. Assn. to Annie S. Watson Lot 29? and W- 50 feet lot c.00. block 17. Old City 100 and other considerations- with highh- satisfactory results for Scrofula. Peing made of the roots and herbs of the forest , it is guaran teed purely vegetble. and absolutely free from all mineral ingredients. You can obtain S. ?. S. from any drugstore. Our chief medical Jvjviser is an expert on all blood disorders and will cheerfully give you full advice as to the treatment of your own case. Address Swift Specific Co., Dept. P-37, Atlanta, Ga. adv. WILSON-BIGGS CO. Phone 380. 22 South Paiafox Pensacola.. 21 a. a By Bl osser Oo. REMEDYFORMEN kks --r" usr.' Mmm- AT YOUR DRUGGIST.