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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1917.
SOCIETY BASEBALL RESULTS SICK AMERICAN LEAGUE E. Boston 1, Detroit 5. R. H. Boston 1 4 1 Detroit 5 8 2 Batteries: Ruth and Thomas; James and Stanage. Umpires, Dineen and Nallin. New York 0, Chicago 3. R. H. E. New York 0 5 1 Chicago 3 8 1 Batteries: Shawkey, Culloh and Alexander and Nunamaker; Cicotte,! Faber and Schalk. Umpires, Owens j and O Loughnn. E. ! 3j Washington 11, Cleveland 9. R. H. Washington 11 10 Cleveland 9 10 5 J Batteries: Harper, Gallias, Shaw, I Johnson and Ainsmith; - Klepfer, Coumbe, Morton, Coveleskie and O'Neill. Umpires, Hildebrand and Connolly. Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 0. R. H. E. , Philadelphia 8 11 H St. Louis 0 4 3; Batteries: Seibold and Scha;, Sotheron, Molineux and Severeid. Um- i pires, Moriarity and Evans. NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUE STANDING National League. Clubs W. L. Pet New York 74 41 .641 Philadelphia ,60 46 .566 Cincinnati 65 61 .516 St. Louis 59 58 .504 Brooklyn 55 56 .493 Chicago 58 61 .488 Boston 47 60 .439 Pittsburg 37 74 .333 American League. Clubs W- L. Pet. Chicago 79 46 .632 Boston 73 47 .609 Cleveland 68 60 .531 Detroit 64 59 .520 New York 56 62 .475 Washington 55 63 .463 St. Louis 48 76 .387 Philadelphia 44 74 .373 Southern League Clubs W. L. Pet New Orleans 84 51 .522 Atlanta 82 51 .617 Birmingham 72 59 .549 Chattanooga 67 68 .496 Memphis 70 66 .49' Nashville 65 07 .493 Little Rock 60 71 .459 Mobile 34 102 .35u GUEST OF MRS- ZIRKLEBACH. Miss Louise McVoy, of Mobile, Alabama, arrived on Saturday to be the guest of Mrs- John Zirklebach at her home on West Garden street for a week. RETURN TO CINCINNATI. Mr. Ernest Simon and son, Her bert, have returned to their home in Cincinnati, Ohio, after spending some and relatives- Mr. Simon is of the Qjieen rescent railroad- GUESTS OF MRS- DAN SHEPARD Mr. Cole, Mrs Schley Gordy and son, Schley Gordy, Jr., and Mrs. Pope Cole, all of Columb. Georgia, and Miss Pet McMillan of Greenville, Alabama, are guests of Mrs. Dan j Shepard at her home at 320 East 1 uaa&uen sireei- iney win visit ner for several weeks- Pittsburg 1, New York 0. R. H. Pittsburg 1 6 New York 0 8 E. 1 1 Benton, and Rariden. and Quigley. Umpires, Byron Batteries: Cooper and W. Wagner; The Fly In Baby's Milk The fly In baby's milk may mean death to the baby. Flies come into your home from the filthiest of places and should be killed as quick ly as possible. BEE BRAND IN SECT POWDER will do the work without fail. Harmless to human beings and domestic animals. Bee Brand Insect Powder fan it Into the air. Flies and mosquitoes die in a few minutes. Will kill ants, fleas, roaches, bed-bugs, lice, and bugs of every kind. Directions on pac1 e. Look for the Bee l ..d Trade Mark. 25c & BOc Everywhere HcCORMICK t CO, fcWe, HI Chicago 1, Brooklyn 7. R. H. E. Chicago 1 5 1 Brooklyn 7 11 0 . Batteries: Douglas, Prendergast and Elliott and Dilhoefer; Coombs and Miller. Rigler and Bransfield. St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 6. R. H. St. Louis 4 12 3 Philadelphia 6 9 0 Batteries: Horstman, Doak, Ames and Snyder; Mayer, Bender and Kill i -fer and Adams. Umpires, O'Day and Harrison. ; MEETING PLEASURE CLUB. A regular meeting of the Pleasure Club will be held this afternoon at three o'clock with Miss Taula Wicke at her home on the bay shore- All 1 members of the club are invited to ; be present PERSONAL MENTION. I Lieut. J. T. Jakes left yesterday on ' tho noon train for Atlanta, Georgia, ! after having spent several days in this city with friends He will be , stationed at Camp Gordon. Miss Natalie Moffett will leave to day to take charge of the English classes of the Sanford high school at Sanford, Florida. E N i .... ... x : . t ' -: I V . . V'A - V"'' "W s- Si a"W ffl D0UGLA5 FAIRBANKS TffiL . L WILD AND WOOLLY , .;-r7 ' . ' Z. i - ' y&T.'.'.'. 1U - 'V.'. .'.:.-:.'.;.. -; ' - - - SHOWING AT I:-T TOMOHROW. ! i 1 1 1 ' i CHILDREN LQVE SYRUP OF FIGS LOOK AT TONGUE! IF FEVER ISH. BILIOUS. CONSTIPATED. TAKE NO CHANCES. CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" CANT HARM TENDER STOM ACH, LIVER. BOWELS. Mr Newman McLane returned home on Sunday night from his trip ; to Chicago where he went with his ; father about a week ago on busi- j n ss. AMUSEMENTS Mr. E. Jannes left Sunday norm for Hot Springs for his health, and ; ins many friends wish him a speedy j recovery- Mrs. L S Whitaker and two sons. 1 from Chattanooga, Tennessee, are 11 lUllfj .'41.7 ,,111. U. A VI., ..U :;'-'o North Barcelona street- MMM TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A DYSPEPSIA TABLET BEFOr.E AND AFTER EACH MEAL 25c Box. The Crystal Pharmacy. $1 Down, $1 per Week WILL FURNISH A HOME FROM THIS STORE. UWNITURC COMPANY BALKCOH DRUG CO. "Tho Prescription Stor." Phone 19 or 123. Cincinnati 4, Boston 2. R. H. E. Cincinnati 4 9 1 Boston 2 0 :: Batteries: Regan and Wingo; Tyle and Tragresser. Umpires, Klem and Emslie. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta 1, Birmingham 5. R. H. E. Atlanta 1 5 2 Birmingham 5 12 1 Batteries: Brennan and Ferkins and Picinich; Ponder and Smith. Umpires, Breitenstein and Pfenninger. Chattanooga 4, Memphis 3. R. H. E. Chattanooga 4 8 1 Memphis 3 8 3 Batteries: Marshall, Perdue and McDaniel; Vance and Schmidt. Um pires, Morgan and Chestnut. Nashville 5, Little Rock 0. R. H. E. Nashville 5 9 1 Little Rock 0 4 2 Batteries: Cavet and Marshall; Robinson and Chapman. Umpires, Kerin and O'Toole. Have Off Day. New Orleans and Mobile, off day YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League. At Cleveland 9, Washington 11. At Chicago 3, New York 0. At Detroit 5. Boston 1. At St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 8. National League. At New York 0, Pittsburg 1. At Brooklyn 1. Chicago 1. At Philadelphia 6. St. Louis 4. At Boston 2, Cincinnati 4. Southern League. At Birmingham 5, Atlanta 1. At Memphis 3, Chattanooga 4. At Little Rock 0, Nashville 5. At Mobile-New Orleans, off day. Joe's Market and Grocery Cor. Gadsden and Alcanlz Streets HANDLE BEST WESTERN MEATS PHONE 602 J. C. Home, Prop. HOLLAN'S EYEWATER For sore, inflamed or weak eyes It can be used freely upon the eyes of young infants without the least danger or sense of pain Price 25c. Sold by all Druggists. No cure, no pay. adv A Woman's Happiness Depends Upon Care Joy In its supre mest mood thrills In the ecstacy of motherhood. The expectant m o t h e r pictures a min iature of solf and soul, a n d her thoughts c ons o 1 o her for the days of suspense. For over three fenerations, thousands of wo men have used tha tried and well-known preparation, "Moth er's Friend". By its daily use the muscles which nature fs expanding relax easily: when baby i3 born strain is relieved. Ten dency to morning sickness or nausea is counteracted and the inflammation of breast glands is roothed; they are kept in good condition, and the time before baby comes is full cf quiet repose and Joyful anticipation. This makes greatly for tho health cf the mother and for the future good nature of the coming child. "vTrite the Bradfleld Regulator Co., Dept. G, 273 Lamar Building, Atlanta, Ga.. for their helpful and very Interesting book. "Motherhood and the Baby". They will send it to you without charge. Your .!iigrlst will supply you with "Mother's Vrteri( '. It is a mistake to go a. i-lngii night without using it for the prep-a.-aion is truly wonderful and its use makes it possible for you yourself to do your share in aiding nature in its difficult tosV. By doing so pain and danr at the cials is avoided. "Joan the Woman," DeMille Master- j piece! Hailed as the most wonderful photo drama of the aire. Cecil B. DoMilU masterpiece, "Joan the Woman." l'.i whith Gerahline Farrar is seen as the immortal Joan of Arc, becrin.s an en gagement at tho Isis Theatre oi more in the love of a man worthy of her goodne.-.-, returns to her home. .v'ee it at the L-is todav. When You Eat Too Much. Distress in the stomach after eat ing: is relieved by taking one of Cham berlain's Tablets Trv it the next By reason of thorough distribu tion with the drug trade In the United States and lower selling costs, reduced prices are now pos sible for Eckman s Alterative FOR THROAT AND LUNGS Stubborn Coughs and Colds N'i Ai'-oh"!. N irrot j, or ll.ib'.t furnn:iK Iruc $? Size $1 Size Now J-'.dO Now so cts 1". kman laboratory. I'iiil.ulr-lp.hia Don't seel i your fretful, peevish child. See if tongue is coatod: this is a sure sign its little stim;.ch, liver and bowels .are clogged w.tli sour waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breith bad, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stomach ache, indigestion diarrhoea, give a teuspoonful of "Cal. ifornia Syrup of Figs.!' and in a few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile and fermenting foid passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child acain. Crv.!:rvn love this harmless "fruit laxative." am! meth.-rs can rest easy after giving It. because it never fails to make their little "msides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy. Mother! A little given today saves a sick chl!d tomor row, but pet the penuine. Ask your drnffrist for a .SO -cent bottle of "Cal ifornia Syrup of Fips," which has directions for babies, children of all apes and for prown-ups plainly on the bottle. Remember there are counterfeits sold here, eo purely look and see that yours is made by the 'California Fip Syrup Company." Hand back with contempt any othr fip ayrup. Adv. adv. Wednesday, September 5th. The 'Ira- time you eat more than you should matie reviewers, unstintinp in their, praise of the story by Jeanne Mac pherson. Mr. . DeMille's masterly di rection, the wonderfully artistic act ing of Geraldine Farrar, the star, the magnificent support of her accom panying organization of artists, the grandeur of the spectacle? and the BEHIND ENEMY LINES AIRMAN COWS FOES fMw ' 'I "7 T KSr,f X-4m. v- 'Z . The Dayton Bicycle TIip only birvrie sold in rer.piro'.i that '? so;d under a written fniar ar.fr of five yr-ars. atainst mperff ticn or defprtiv part? The jcui r.intr eontlnus for five years from the date of s U Tl.e f;i ton Hoad. t r at $1T.s'. is th id,il htrvrle for pener.il i:$e It is p irtirularlv por-tilar with bo . rind berawse rf its sturdy on? t r'l't Ion. is umiMial well suited for Iseht deliveries and er-andp See t!:e PaMr.;, it or thow rooms, also see us for expert Meyo'.e repairs, tire?, tubes. part::. et. , , WILSON-BIGGS CO. "The Sportsman's Store" (ESTABLISHED OVER 21 YEARS) CAPT W A OI5HOP. Captain William Avery Bishop. Canadian, took hi? airplane behind the German lines and i'lew from aero drome to aerodrome, tooly restroy in enemy aviators ns fast as they tried to leave the p round to attack him. The exploit? of this Owen Sound (Ont.) birdman made even his fellows in the Royal Flying Corp. pasp, and won for him the Victoria cro.-s. w. Gibbs nardware Co. 16 East Romana Street. Sells a Most Complete Line of Paints and Varnishes for every purpose, such as interior and exterior wall finish, floors, roofs, boats and automobiles. . Notice to Ice Consumers. Our wagons are equipped with scalea and consumers will please exact oo -rct weight and report any discourtesy of drivers to office Phones (9 or It. Pensacola Ice Company Sample Shoe Store 23 South Palafox. j high-grade shoes for men and! women. 40 per cent less THAN YOU WOULD PAY i ELSEWHERE. I Office, 227.232 E. Garden. Phons 400 "SERVICE FIRST" City Transfer Company, of Pensacola, Inc. ALL KINDS OF HAULING. The Clutter Music House PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS, ORGANS. TUNING. REPAIRING Pryor's Closing Out Sale Furniture at Factory Cost O. M. Pryor Furniture Co. 19, 21, 23 West Garden Street. j TURKISH BATHS Pensacola Hospital, $1.00 Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m. Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. aaalarai dissoargst; , IBISS,3OSpOtS0D0Ot , d wilt not strtetara. i BeltsTcsIa 1 to dan I SOU) BT DBCAfilin. i starelFsstlIdsstrd-Prlefl.or8boiUsCXa i Prspaxed by m bvak rrniiirii rrf nr iiiulil I Soap M. ELLIS 6 cakes Octagon for 25c with $3 order of assorted groceries. PHONE 1889. HERALD SQUARE HOTEL 34th ST.. OF BROADWAY NEW YORK EVT1RY com fort and conven ience. On direct car lines from all R. R. Stations and Ferries. Two minutes walk to the finest shops and theatres. ROOMS: 125 with privilege cf bath 31.50 per day 75 with private shower bath $2.00 per day 150 with private bath $2.00 and up Club Breakfast . . 25c up Special Luncheon 60c Dinner a la carte at moderate prices J. Fred Syers Managing Director Don't Miss the Missing Link SCHEDULE: Leave Mulat 6, 9 and 12 a. m. and S p. m. and 6 p. m. Leave other side 6:35, 9:35. 12:35 a. m., 3:35 and 6:35 p. m. S. OTIS. marvelous photography, hao an-( nounced the photo lrama as one of the greatest achievements of the screen. Mr. DeMille has surrounded Miss' Farrar with a cast of famous stauei and screen players. Wallace Reid is! ?een as Eric Trent, a dashine youn ' English officer; Theodore Roberts is ! seen m a marvelous naractenzation of the traitorous Bishop Cauchon: Ho bart Bosworth scores a triumph as ; the faithful General La Hire, and as ' the weakling king-. Chir'.es VII. Ray mond Hatton give5; the most admir able characterization of his career. Charles Clary is seen as the traitor' j ous La Tremoille and has made a dis-, tinct creation. The battle scenes are the first of their kind ever presented i to a photo-dramatic audience. The , action of the terrific hand to hand struggle is thrilling in the extreme and the wonderful charge of hundreds ; of armored knitrhts with the Maid at i their head brings forth a h irst of ap j plause. j ; The accompanying music for the j photodrama was composed by YVilliaui i Furst. the most famous composer of ! incidental music in the country. ; Owing to the rapidity of action of : this thrilling production the audience : should be in their seats at the rise j of the curtain. IJ I J fi EG T Y i I I tor iF the Business and Profession u OF the B firms of Pensa-oli. Journil reiiers n and o it of th city will find it most viluible from time to time. Nam?. adirv; and phon? number of leading busiaes? concraj and professioail men of Pensicoh. Paste this in your scraD book, put it in ycur pocketbeok. or tack it in come convenient place. ill T. E. Williams & Co. FURNITURE 90 E. Wright. Phc.e 1995 Short Synopsis of 'The Soul of Satan j Miriam Lee (Gladys Rroikwell) has; been raised among the drudgery of slum life. When she meets a man who ; takes more than a parsing interest in ; her, she deceives herself into thinking i I that she is in love. With the man. Joe Valdez (Bertram Grassby") she! ! leaves her home and her father, and 1 goes to the night life of New York. J In the years before he met her. Joe had an eventful life. His most notori- ! ous action was an attemA to elope ! with the wife of Jim Calvert (Nor-! bert Myles); and ever since that oc curred, Calvert has kept up an unre lenting search for the criminal. Time passes, and Miriam tires of the shiftless life with Joe. She thinks that she has married him, but he has only deceived her with a sham cere mony. Then, one day, Miriam meets Lucky Carson (Charles Clary K a man with a heart as big as the big West. He makes her realize that Joe has only tricked her, and, at the same time, he telegraphs to Calvert that his man is found. Calvert comes to the city and even3 accounts. And Miriam, happy once AUTOMOBILES. DRUGGISTS , ,,r,- r.p-.e nT,,D , 0 THE CENTRAL PH ARM ACT, G. tf. HAYS. raler Phone 84. , , . . THE CRYSTAL PE flMACT, ABSTRACTS OF TITLE sth p'f' " ro. tVAI.EMB E'H PHARMACY. TTTI.K CJTr A R N'TEB CO 111 South Palafox Wrt Hhoo 181 131 South Palafnx Street. Phona 6S4 " . . HARDWARE STORES. AUTO PATNTING. i V. A. HAT KAKDnVaKK Tit South Palafox Straat. Phna 1449. PEVSAOOT.n pr'rjciY WOR7C. I BI -1 3S Ft Tnf-ndncla Ph JK J7. ICE DEALERS BICYCLES. PEVSACOLA ICT CO., , :0-I0 N. Tarraa-ona. Phones I and I8S r,r1nnt r0'X JOB PRINTERS. t t THK HUKRviW PRES, IANKS. 114 -111 East Qo-arnt-wnt. Phona t4 ; ; ; mates print rsn co.. Carriaee and Vehicle Repairs it wHt oovmmtnt gT.t psna m. WM T. FOX CARRIAGE WORKS. LAUNDRY 117 East Zan-acossa Strset. Phona Sit ' THTE PERFECTION LAUNDRT COAL DEALERS. Dry Cit. eZr Pr",n- Office Phone fslll. art'phones t-lS. MATTRESSES m - CLOTHIERS. MACHINE SHOPS. Id. & O CI-OTHTNrj STCPE. QULF MACHINE WORKS. 111-2.. South Pala.'cx 6'raet. PLn 1181 111-117 South Pa-afox. Pbonea Kl 14C1. MEAT MARKETS. THE PARIX)R MARKET. 114 South Palafox Street. Phones 171-174 MUSIC STORES. CLUTTFX MUSIC HOUSE, 114 South Palarox Street. Phou It. RETNALDS' MUSIC HOTJ8K, 21 Scucn Palafox Street. Phone 1T17. newspapers! Thi Hrnmriiia Journal, Mornins anj SuixJay Ptiones E1it. II; Bus. lttt. The Pensacola New a. Event! Excen Sunday. Phonea. EJlt. 4t4 Uu. lit. Painters, Paper Hangers. E. B. WELLS. 12 Kt Government Phone 778 PHOTOGRAPHERS. CTIA8. COTTP.ELI 20414 South Palafox Street. Phona 1101 REAL ESTATE AGENTS. J. N. ANDREWS. 131 North Palafox street. Phone 593 SHOE SHOPS. Chatfs Etrical Shoe Shop, W&rrlnrton Phone 91S9 Rln 1. TRAINED NURSES. P.rlstry of Tra.lr.-d Nurses at White a Pharmacy. Dar Pmone 110. Nlht. 44