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THE PErlSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1917.
BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 9, New York 7. R. H. E. Cleveland 8 16 2 New York 7 13 2 Batteries: Klepfer, Gould, Coveles kie and O'Neill; Mojjridge, Sliawkey and Walters. Umpires, O'Loughhn and Dineen. St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 7. R. H. E. St. Louis 0 4 0 Philadelphia 7 0 0 Batteries: Rojrers, Koob, Martin, Hamilton and Severeid; Noyes and Schanc Umpires. Hildebrand and Connolly. Detroit 4-1, Boston 5-5. First game R. H. E. TWrr.it- 4 4 0 Boston 5 5 2 Batteries: James. Roland and Spen cer; Ruth and Thomas. Umpires, Moriarity and Evans. Second game R. H. E. Detroit 1 8 3 Boston 5 5 0 Batteries: Ehmke, Cunningham, Mitchell and Yelle; Foster and Ag new. Umpires, Evans and Moriarity. Chicago 0, Washington 4. R. H. E. Chicago 0 1 2 Washington 4 7 0 Batteries: Faber and Schalk; John eon and Ainsmith. Umpires, Nallin Bnd Owens. LEAGUE STANDING American League. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 0, Pittsburg 1. R. H. E. Philadelphia 0 9 2 Pittsburg 1 4 0 Batteries: Rixey and Killifer; Coop- S 5? 11 I m Runs Ths kFeverDown ' "?-rV;'4 when the body s f 1 5 bummer and the cuius aim icvci. f . I M 1 I -f Cutuim4: Money back if if fails in rl your case. At your drug store 50c r m v. w E! i m. k bl i i n m, " 1 m . m. m i- ml- v a 1 T .-V 1 b 1 I 4 11 t , 31 M FOR MALARIA dizziness, livcrtroublcsand ceneral lassitude. Fine family tonic Try it. Made by The BEHRENS DRUG CO., wce,Tx. zi. .... ; . , Electriclrons and Toasters An Electric Iron and Toaster is indispensable to the housewife who wants to do her ironing and toasting cleanly, speedily and comfortably. Why todav? not get yours Pensacola Electric Company Phone 2010 Clubs W. L Pet. Chicago 67 41 .621 Boston 62 40 .608 Cleveland 59 51 .536 Detroit 53 51 .519 New York 5o 51 .510 Washington 47 5S .448 Philadelphia 39 62 .386 St. Louis 39 68 .364 SoriI-m League- Atlanta 76 45 .628 New Orleans 73 44 .624 Birmingham 67 51 .568 Memphis 59 59 .500 Nashville 56 61 .479 Chattanooga 58 64 .475' Little Rock 49 65 .430 Mobile 33 82 .287 1 National League. Clubs W L- Pet New York 65 31 .677 St. Louis 55 39 .585 Philadelphia 50 44 .532 Cincinnati 57 53 .518 Chicago 53 52 .505 Brooklyn 49 51 .400 Boston 42 55 .433 Pittsburg- 33 66 .333 S. HLHSHGKQV1TZ OFF FOB THE EAST Mrs. Jos. Hirschkovitz, of The La Mode, leaves today for the Eastern markets, for an' absence of about three weeks. Mrs. Hirschkovitz goes to make selections and purchases for their fall trade, both in millinery and ready-to-wear. Mr. Hirschkovitz usually accompanies his wife, but this year, due to the fact that his oldest son Jennings is away, and always acted as assistant in his father's ab sence, it will be necessary for Mr. Hirschkovitz to remain at home. Through her intimate knowledge, and being in close touch with the leading style centers, Mrs. Hirschkovitz an-j ticipates no trouble whatever in secur ing just the things they need . for their splendid clientile. er and Schmidt. Umpires, Rigler and Bransfield. Boston 0, Cincinnati 7. R. H. E. Boston 0 5 2 Cincinnati 7 12 0 Batteries: Rudolph, Allen, Ragan and Tragresser; Mitchell and Wingo. Umpires, Klem and Emshe. Brooklyn 4, Chicago 5. R. H. E. Brooklyn 4 8 1 Chicago 5 11 1 Batteries: Pfeffer and Miller; Hen drix and Dilhoefer. Umpires, Byron and Quigley. New York 7, St. Louis 4. R. H. E. New York 7 12 0 St. Louis 4 12 7 Batteries: Benton and Rariden and Gibson; Packard, Horstman, May and Gonzales. Umpires, O'Day and Harrison. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta 5, Birmingham 1. R. H. E. Atlanta 5 8 2 Birmingham 1 4 3 Batteries: Bressler and Perkins; Hill, Black and Smith. Umpires, Marcan and Breitenstein. Daily Weather Report U. S- Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. Charles, F Martin, Chief. Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 10. 1917. Pensacolas Temperature Data. Day temperatures in Aug. usually rise to 87 degrees. Night temperatures in Aug. usual ly fall to o degrees Highest temperature yesterday, 90 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday, 72 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. Rainfall for 24 hours ending 7 p m., .12 inches. Normal rainfall for the month of Aug., 7.16 inches. Total rainfall this month to 7 p. m., 2.40 inches. Total deficiency this year to July 31st. 5 19 inches. Opening Announcement "Joe 9 99 GADSDEN AND ALCANIZ STREETS Grocery The Best M eats lot WILL BE OUR MOTTO ss Money That our customers unay live better, and for less money, than those who buy elsewhere that we may be able to help them in combatting the problem of the high cost of living we have selected the motto: "The Best Meats for Less Money," and expect to live up to it in every sense of the word. Not per centage or profit but gross profit at the year end, is our aim. That result can best be obtained by making a small profit on each item and thus doing a much larger volume of business. That means we will buy our Meats in larger quantities and thereby get a lower price, making it possible for us to give anore of "the best meats for less money." Weather Tern- SPrecip- Read and Investigate These Prices Loin Steak, per pound -23c Porterhouse Steak, per pound. . . .23c Round and Chop Steak, per pound. .23c No. 7 Steak, per pound 20c Chuck Steak, per pound 18c Beef Roast, Choice Cuts, per pound 22c Beef Roast, Good Cuts, per pound. .18c Western Rork Chops and Roast, lb 30c Western Spare Ribs, per pound .'46c Choice Whole Ham, per pound. . . Breakfast Bacon, sliced, per pound Dixie Bacon, 1 and 2-lb pkgs, per lb Chickens, Nice Hens, per pound. . Chickens, Fryers, per pound Fresh Yard Eggs, dozen Brookfield Butter, per pound Cloverbloom Butter, per pound... Choice Ham, sliced, pound, 30 and Roast and Steak, per pound 25c 26c 40c 30c 22c 4 i C 40c 45c 45c 35c Mobile 0, New Orleans 4. R. H. E. Mobile 0 2 6 New Orleans 4 6 0 Batteries: Long and Griffith: Wal ker and Higgins. Umpires, O'Toole and Kerin. Memphis 0, Chattanooga 1. R. H. E. Memphis 0 5 0 Chattanooga 1 4 1 Batteries: Prieste and Tluel; Perdue and McDaniel. Umpires, Chestnut and Pfenninger. Little Rock 3, Nashville 2. R. H. E. Little Rock 3 7 1 Nashville 2 7 0 Batteries: Boman and Chapman; Ellis and Street. Umpires, Morgan and Moran. j peraturc; itation i Stations: J 7 p.m. ;24 hrs. j 7 ihigh! ending i !p m. est ! 7 i I lyes-1 p. m- I I 1'day 1 Abilene, clear 04 98 Atlanta, clear 74 80 .02 Boston, clear 74 78 2 96 Buffalo, pt. cldy 68 68 Baltimore, clear .... 76 80 .4S Chicago, clear 70 70 Denver, cldy SO 86 Galveston, cldy 84 90 Green Bay, pt. cldy... 72 78 Hatteras, rain 72 84 .14 Huron, clear 74 78 Jacksonville, cldy. . . 80 92 .08 Kansas City, clear . . 74 76 Knoxville, pt. cldy. . . 72 78 01 Louisville, cldy 74 78 Memphis, clear 74 76 Minneapolis, pt. cldy. 74 78 Mobile, cldy. 82 92 .06 Montgomery, pt. cldy. 80 86 .14 New Orleans, rain . . 76 96 .02 New York, clear .... 74 SO North Platte, cldy. . . 78 84 Oklahoma, cldy 78 82 .96 Palestine, pt. cldy. .. 82 88 Pensacola, cldy 77 90 .12 Phoenix, clear 100 100 Pittsburg, pt. cldy. . . 72 74 Portland, Ore., clear. 78 78 St. Louis, clear 74 76 Salt Lake City, clear. 86 86 San Francisco, clear . 5S 68 Sheridan, pt. cldy 70 88 .01 Shreveport, cldy 74 78 -66 Tampa, pt. cldy 84 90 Toledo, clear 72 76 .02 Washington, clear ... 70 78 .20 Williston. pt. cldy. ..78 SO Brownsville, clear, 29.90, SE. Veal, Very Choice Cuts, Chops, We will also carry a complete line of Fancy Groceries of the very best quality. Full weights and lower prices prevailing in everything. We save been in the grocery business in Pensacola for a number of years, and to many of you we need no introduction, but to all is extended an invitation to visit us. Free Delivery to All Parts of the City "JOE'S" MARKET AND GROCERY J. C. HORNE Proprietor. GADSDEN AND ALCANIZ STREETS. PHONE NO. 602 AMUSEMENTS PI YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League. At New York 7, Cleveland 8. Four teen innings. At Philadelphia 7. St. Louis 0. At Washington 4, Chicago 0. At Boston 5-r, Detroit 4-1. National League. At Chicago 5, Brooklyn 4. Eleven innings. At Pittsburg 1, Philadelphia 0. At Cincinnati 7. Boston 0. At St. Louis 4, New Ycrk 7. Southern League. At Birmingham 1, Atlanta 5. At New Orleans 4. Mobile 0. At Chattanooera 1, Memphis 0. At Nashville 2, Little Rock S. Subscribe for The Journal. Corpus Christi, clear. 29.94, SE-16. Galveston, cldy., 29 96. S-14. New Orleans, rain, 29.96, SW. Mobile, cldy., 29.94, W. Pensacola, cldy.. 29.94, NW. . .Apalachicola, pt. cldy., 29.92, W Tampa, pt. cldv., 29.94, W. Miami, cldv., 30.00, SE. HAS RECOVERED HER HEALTH. So many women are suffering simi lar afflictions that this testimonial letter from Mrs. Laura Beall, Platts burg., will be read with interest: "1 got in bad health. My left side hurt all the time. I took doctor's medicine, but it did me no good. I took two bot tles of Foley Kidney Pills and I feel all right now." Backache, rheumatic twinges, pains in side, swollen and sore muscles, stiff joints, puffiness under eyes, bladder troubles and kin dred symptoms are quickly relieved by Foley Kidney Pills. D'Alemberte's Fharmacv. Adv. I If rv r- ' .' -sac. '"Time Looks and Diamond?." by John I.vnch and J. G Hawks, in which William Desmond is presented as star, at thp Isis Monday. Tho Brooklyn bridge, Fifth avenue and the vast Bronx district, spread ing to the north, of Manhattan island, form the background to a story of love and ir.vstery. The play opens m a typical New York suburban town, whirls the principals through famil iar scenes of the metropolis and in a 1 1 y ends on the North river, where a steamer sails from New York harbor bound for South America. YACHTSMEN LOOK FOR CLUB SHE No races were held by the yacht club as planned yesterday afternoon, and while a number of the men were out in their boats, all the time was consumed in inspecting prospective sites for the clubhouse. Considerable interest is beirg showr among the members of the club ir the proposed new building, and every etTort is being made to secure ade quate grounds for the new structure No definite plans have been announc ed, but it is expected that more de tails will be given out when the plans are complete. The Journal's "Want Ail way will get you results. War Game is Real Sham Battle at U. S. Coast Artillery School William Desmond In Triangle Play, "Time Locks and Diamonds." At the Isis Todav. Marjorie Rambeau in "The Dazzling Miss Davison." "'Who is that pretty girt 7" is the question Gerard Buekland. a young society man, asks himself when he sees her on the street. When he sees a doubtful appearing man hand her a diamond necklace. Buck land resolves to answer his question. At a home of a friend he is startled to meet the girl and while he is charmed by her manners he is amazed to learn she is adept at picking pockets, his own included She laugh ingly return her loot. In spite of this Buekland believes she is a klep tomaniac or an accomplice of thieves But when she breaks up a gang of society card sharps he learns she is the best woman devtective in New York- And meantime Buck'and has fallen in love with "The Dazzling Miss Davison," showing at the Isis todav. PANORAMA OF NEW YORK IN NEW TRIANGLE PLAY '-aww.w " " " .... .. . 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