Newspaper Page Text
THE KENSACOLS JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1918.
IS fiw: The Burning Question. The rising themometor has already begun to signal "Change Over," and we're sure you'll want more than one of these cool athletic union suits. In these J. W. S. union suits youll get durable, light weight materials that wash and wear well, accurately cut and firmly stitched, assuring maximum service and comfort. You can avoid even a single days mis-comfort by getting them now. Also two piece suits, with half sleeves if desired. Prices are in deed most reasonable. And be sure to save enousrh j to buy THRIFT STAMPS. 4 s IftYou Cannot Be Happy Jlnd look at your self at the same time, send j your LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING The Empire .1 And let them reconstruct your appearance. ) TEDS- 211SWEST OF THE NE7 ; THING IN MILLINERY - AND RKADY-TO.WEAR ARE 2 NOW ON DISPLAY AT LA MODE 1XZ-4X4 South Palafox Street. Charge accounts opened, pay able $1.00 weekly. Put your Cash in . Liberty Bonds. Use your Credit to Buy Clothes. We clothe the family. Gentry, Strickland and Co. Pensacola Buggy Works STUDEBABER CARfi. Repairs Parts Accessories AND SUPPLIES. Phono 808. 105 N. Palafox St. J. P. REMICH & SONS "THI STORE THAT SATISFIES" REMICH'8 GROCERY SPECIALS ALWAYS SATISFY Phone 722 SjOTSwriite Stare ThoM.&O. As tfco wrtmwUy PHONE M 1 Ventura W U2J if Tflvi FOR QUICK I Hill SERVICE - TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYS PEPSIA, TAKE A r-r Dyspepsia -efore After Meal and Each 25c Box THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY Pensacola Grocery & Dry Goods Co. WHOLESALE CROCKERY, CHINA. UN WARE, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. IKE HIRSCHMAN, Mgr. AMUSEMENTS EVELYN NESBIT IN "REDEM PTIOV The central and most enigmatic character In the most senational news paper story this country has ever known. Evelyn Nesbit has at last come to the screen with her son, itussell Thaw. It Is a remarkable drama, draw ins much of its inspiration from the events In her own life, yet in no way capitalizing cheaply the notoriety of the murder case. Critics of the film praise it not because Evelyn Kesbit is featured, but because Evelyn Nesbit has proven herself an actress of re markable depth and incisive technique, and becausa the play in which she bo auspiciously makes her screen debut is bis and convincing and mercilessly true. Exhibitors Trade Review. This gripping picture is showing at the Isis today for the last time. J. WARREN KERRIGAN IN TIIE TURN OF A CARD." Real oil wells actually gushing forth their product from the earth, form a scene which is hard to find and which has seldom been witnessed by motion picture patrons. Therefore J. Warren Kerrigan's Paralta Play, "The Turn of a Card," which will be shown at the Is Is theatre for two days, commencing tomorrow, holds in store a real treat for Its audiences beside its intensely interesting plot. A forest of oil wells, photographed on the La Brea ranch In California, is pictured in full detail in this film. Moreover, the Paralta Play Includes the "shooting" of a well realistic in every particular, and a stream of oil seventy-five feet high Is thrown Into the air but a short dis tance from the camera- f.-i." : . i ;. , Mary MiltM ISinttr and LucilU Wmri in "Powers That Prty" American-Mutual production. AT NEW GARDEN One newspaper extra edition that turned the town Inside out, drove the criminal classes into a wild panic and upset all political calculations,' is tha basis of a corking drama in pictures starring Mary Miles Minter a new American-Mutual production of, extra ordinary attractiveness at the Garden theatre tonight. Miss Minter is cast as Sylvia Grant the daughter of a newspaper editor whose life has been made a misery by the activities of Jarvis M'Vejv a big league grafter of the rapid transit com IT'S A COOKING GOOD SMOKE Made right, tastes right Oer 400,009 Snkd Dallr Sold in Pensacola and Everywhere You Go. Hot Days Are And that's why interested in these hot weather needs. These things have been selected for YOU with a view of comfort and style, $2, $2.50, $3.50, $4, $5, 6, to $10 is the price range in straws and Pan amas, banskoks, leghorns, milans, split straws and sennits that will greet you here. Just a look at these new shapes, broad or medium, will make get under one of them. There are also many styles in negligee NEW NECKWEAR. Ties that are full of style and cheerfulness. Color and design to har monize with your shirt, smooth tieing, not easy wrinkled. 65c to $2.00. 20 S. Palafox JsewA tt "vit r COLLAKS FOR SPRIWG CASCO'2Vsin. CLYDE2ifi An ordinance was Introduced and read for the first time at the weekly meeting of the city commissioners which seeks to regulate bakeries, con fectioneries and the like, in this city. and many rules and regulations are set down, with a view to making foods. cadies, etc., absolutely healthy, free of dirt or foreign substances, an espec ially to be sanitary and as clean as possible. The ordinance was read the first time, and then allowed to go over until next week, when If read it will be properly referred. This is a measure which is a direct outcome of the recent agitation of food adulteration in the city, when re ports of glass being found In breads and meats, and also In Ice cream and other substances , for eating. Within the past several weeks, however, no reports of this nature have been re ceived, and it is the hope of the qtti1 cials to end this sort of food menace in the future. : binations. Burton Grant, the editor, determines to delegate authority to his editor in chief, but to camouflage his intent, sends his daughter, a Bryn Mawr girl, to sign and deliver the power ol attorney. Sylvia determines to sign the paper m her own name. She assumes editorial authority and by the boldness of her policies cleans up the town. , It Is an exciting inside view of newspaper life with a rich comedy vein. Included In the cast are Alan Forrest as leading man, Clarence Burton as the chief grafter Lucille Ward, Emma Kluge and Harvey Clark. Coming every man should be ORDINANCE W SAFEGUARD FOOD SOFT COLLARS. NEW BELTS. In madras, linen, silks, Grey, tan and black plain and fancy stripes leathers, following as well as figured ef- prevailing colors of fects, complete size men's suits, some range, 20c to 2'5c white, 50c up. BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE. R H H At Boston ..1 12 3 New Tork 8 13 1 Batteries Sallee and Rariden; Can- avan and Wilson. At Brooklyn 2 5 1 Philadelphia 0 12 Batteries Oeschgrer and Burns; Grimes and M. Wheat. At Pittsburg 7 14 4 Chicago 2 7 1 Batteries Hendrix. Walker and El liott, Haminton and Archer. At St. Louis .... 3 7 1 Cincinnati 1 1 Batteries G. Smith and Wingro; Ames and Snyder. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia 7 11 2 Washington 11 19 5 Batteries Ayers and Ainsmith, Gregg,,, Geary, Shea and McAvoy. At Detroit 9 14 3 St. Louis 3 5 1 Batteries Tavenport, Leifleld. Houck and Nunamaker; Hale, Erick- son and Yelle. At Chicago H 1 Cleveland ....... ' 4 9 1 Batteries Coumbe Enzmann and O'Neill, Benz, Faber and Schalk. At New Tork 10 13 Boston 3 10 3 BatteriearMays, Jones and Agnew. Mogridge and'tlaonah. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Mobile, 6 8-0 Little Rock 5 8 3 Batteries Palmero, Toung and Brottem; Bennett, Friday and Cole man. At Birmingham 1 9 1 Atlanta 4 9 1 Batteries Brennan and Picinich; Hill and Smith. At New Orleans-MemDhis. no game, Memphis team failed to arrive. At Chattanooga, 1 7 0 Nashville 4 6 2 Batteries Swigler and Marshall : Tomlin, Merritt, Enright and Higgins. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At New Tork 10; Boston 3. At Philadelphia 7; Washington 11. At Detroit 9; St. Louis 3. At Chicago 6; Cleveland 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Pittsburg T; Chicago 2. At Brooklyn 2; Philadelphia 0. At Boston 4; Xew Tork 8. AtSt. Louis S; Cincinnati 1. J SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Birmingham 1; Atlanta 4. At Xew Orleans-Memphis, Memphis team failed to arrive. WHY YOU FEEL TIRED. One of two things causes that "tired" feeling: Either you have been taking violent exercise; or, you are bilious and the slightest exertion is an effort. If you are bilious, whatever you do will lack force. ."Why not make yourself one hundred per cent effi cient and rid yoursel of that bilious, constipated condition by taking a dose or so of those highly recommended Tennille's Liver Pills, the formula of which is recognize by the medical pro fession in treating sick headache, dys pepsia, indigestion, colds, melancholia, torpid liver and other affections of the toma;chUjrrv and bowels. Bottle of 25 pills, 25c at your drugstore. If your druggist hasn't them In stock, get him to order them for you. you long to type. MEN'S SHIRTS. Silk, Madras and other fine materials in many strikinp patterns. Econ omy and good style, $1.50 to $10. 20 S. Palafox XA ill dear your skin - 'MaeyourJace a business asset That skin-trouble may be more than a source of suffering and embarrassment it may be holding you back in the business world, keeping you out of a better job for which a good appearance is required. Why "take a chance" when Resimol Ointment heals skin-eruptions so easily Sunplc free. Dept. 4-R, Resiool, Baltimore, M. TO COUTION OF MIEJUGEOS J. A. Jones, manager of the Isis the atre, left last night for Daytona, Fla., where he will attend the convention of Florida - motion picture exhibitors which will be in session Weefnesday and Thursday of this week. Mr. Jones is the only exhibitor from this section of the state who will at tend the convention. Several papers or interest will be read and the program as arranged promises to make the meeting of eat importance to the ex hibitors of the-state. APPLICATION FOR Three applications were on file for management of Bay view park up to yesterday, and several other applica tions are looked for before the ques tion is finally decided. The applica tions are from Steve Allen and G. M. Wilson, with Roland Vickery an appli cant for assistant manager. No action was taken on the matter up. to last evening, but some disposition of the question will be made . one day this week. There are several other appli cations also on file in the city clerk's office. Lee Goulding, who had applied for the management of the resort, ha? withdrawn said application to enter other employment, this announcement having been made yesterday. LEAVE OF TAUNTS HAS BEENIXTENDED Police Lieutenant T. A. Tarrants, who was recently granted a leave of absence for thirty days, yesterday requested permissron for another thirty day leave, and the commissioners granted said request. Office Tarrants. upon leaving the work of the police department, is running on the railroad as baggage master, and will In all probability remain there, as a steady situation is available at an early date THE SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE Large and Complete Line of Fishing Tackle, Hunters Equip ment, Guns, Ammunition, Bi cycles, etc. 34 S. Palafox St. Phone 889 I Cure Without the Knife FDSTTOJILA ALSO PILES These insidious and dangerous rectal diseases baffles the most 'skillful general practitioner. It Is impossible for him to even dis cover the source and channel. Fis tula and Piles are continuous drain and lead to attacks of other disease. They are spots for the srerms of tuberculosis, and typhoid fever. They never cure themselves. They burrow and grow from month to month, eating away tissue and wearing away life. I cur Fistula and Plies speed ily, painlessly and permanently heallns every channel and pocket. - EXAMINATIONS FREE. DR. LIVIIIGST ONE THE SPECIALIST . Second Floor. Masoalc Temple . PENSACOLA, FLA. . MANAGER TODAY FOR THE LAST TIME SAENGER AMUSE. CO. COLLABORATION WITH and her Son I0CJ KODAKS and everything - belonging to the Kodak. Developing Printing Prompt, accurate 8 hour ser vice films left at 8 in the morn ing, ready for delivery at 5 in the afternoon. Our service appeals to not on ly those who wish quick work but also the best work. We have always produced the best developing and printing work in the city, and our pres ent volume of business is proof that our high standards are be ing rapidly maintained. Bring us your next roll of films. Reynalds Music House 21 South Palafox Street. VELVET ICE CREAM Manufactured by ANGELETTO BROS. 423 North OeVIIIIer Street PHONE 823 DAY OPEN NIQHT SOUTH BAYLEN AUTO COMPANY 212 South Baylen Street Garage, Storage, Repairs, Complete Lnes Ford Parts and Supplies. Storage Capacity for Parking Cars PHONE 602 Best Remedy for Whooping Cough. "Last winter when my little boy had the whooping cough I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. J. B. Roberta, East St. Louis, I1L. "It kept his cough loose and relieved him of those dreadful coughing spells. It is the only cough medicine I keep in the house because I have the most confidence in it." This remedy is also good for colds and croup. Adv. BANC IBERTY INN Refreshments at City Prices. Take Bayshore Car. Best of Music! Best of Order! cw n r a Q .A of Lire. Depicted LTrutfi , n WW TOMORROW AFTER A LONG ABSENCE FROM THE SCREEN WE OFFER J. WARREN KERRIGAN rs "THE TURN OF A CARD." TODAY &aenger Amuse. Co Presents Gladys Brockwell in a npia-r irw gt i m... iS "Her One Mistake A ButlfulQTr1 In a Story i3t Thrills. And Good Corned Tomorrow Edith Store "REVENGE Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with oalea and consumers will please exaot correct weight and report any discourtesy ol drivers to office. Phones 59 or I6i. . Southern Utilities Co. Successor to . ' Pensacola Ice Company The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New You Will Find It Here $ 4 9 anl 11 South Palafo REED'S SANITARY, BAKERY 'The Home of Better Bread' Palafox and Gregory Sts. PHONE 484 PFEIFFER'S BREAD HAS RREIC THE STANDATtO OF PURITT AND QUALITT FOR 49 TEARS We are striving- to maintain that Reuptation. LOOK FOR THIS SIGN 108 East Wright Street Star Brand Shoes Art Bettor BALKCOn DRUG CO. The Prescription Ster. Phone 19 or 123 TONIGHT at BETTER CLOTHES".