Newspaper Page Text
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1918.
8 Coming Monday "Carmen of the Klondike" AMUSEMENTS TODAY Saenger Amuse. Co. Pretests BUY NOW! SHOWING TODAY LAST TIME BESSIE BARRISC ALE In a Screen Version ef Grace Miller Wnlte's Famous Novel "ROSE O' PARADISE" A Story of the Cayuga Lake Country Showing Also Is Mack Sennett's Latest Mirth Provoker "LADIES FIRST" Sessue Hayakawa Featuring ."Funny" Chester Conklln and the - Sennett Beauty Squad Save isSp All Straws (MB Mc REILLY'S ISIS ORCHESTRA TYPHOON COOLING SYSTEM NONE CHARGED. NONE ON APPROVAL. Every Straw in the House is Included in This Sale Come Early and Make Your Selection ft mm I! a toic simck tare- 1 3 PensacolcL Florida.' Good-Advice' PATRONIZE THE ' We wish to announce that on, or about, Au gust 1st, we expect to occupy our new home, ocated at 119 and 121 wtuth Pplafox. D'ALEMBERTE'S PHARMACY - 1 ii -hi :'ifc ft"xr yAPSf KCJdFOKD Vfov Could 2v6u, Jean? Artcraft Star Swedish Cook in "How ' Could You Jean." Swedish Accent Gave Mary Trouble. Acquiring a Swedish accent or what is commonly regarded, as such was one of Mary Flckford's tasks dur ing the filming of "How Could You, Jean?" her new photoplay -which, will be shown at the Isls theater Friday and Saturday. It was quite a task, too, because there was no one around the studio to lend aid beyond the sugges tion ' that 1 Scandinavians, lately Americanized, say "ban" for -been." Fortunately little Mary did not have to keep up the Swidlsh gate through out the filming, but -ban" received some pretty harsh treatment while It was in evidence. In her new photoplay Miss Plckford assumes the guise of a DRY CLEANING PRESSING . Phone 3 22 : if - -- Grocery S RUBBER -STAMPS Brass S131-. and Memorial Tablets GALL ACER BROS. Phone 2C23 T010 East Cervantes Street The '-M;'&0. . . tvr7vfterp. for cuick service Ventura TAXI SUBSCRIBE TO THE JOURNAL Thursday for Friday Saturday 25c ... ........50c ... .......15c Compound Lard, per lb. Brookfield Butter, per lb. . . Uneeda Biscuits, 2 packages Grape-Nuts, per package ............. .15c Tomato Paste, 2 cans . ... . . . ... . . . . -15c Washing Powder, 14-oz. pkg., 5 pkgs. . . .25c Peanut Butter, in bulk, per lb. ......... .25c Prunes, 2 lbs . . 25c Corn Starch, 3 packages .25c Calumet Baking Powder, per lb. can . . . .20c Rumford Baking Powder, per lb. can . . . .25c LOW PRICES ON ALL FEEDSTUFF w.. TO SAVINGS STAMPS suu snr mm UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT iuiId ElLlLl Phone 1889 Swedish cook in order to hide the beauty which has barred her from the position which stood between her and actual want. It is a- pleasant story delightfully told by an excellent com bination of actress, scenarloisi and di rector. The support is exceptionally fine, her viz-a-vlz being Casson Fer guson, a talented leading man. . The first of the new Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran comedies will te shown also. Japanese Star In "The Honor of His House." The age-old situation of two men and a woman has been skillfully wov en into the plot of "The Honor of His House," which Is to be shown at the Bonita theater today. WMtten by Marion Fairfax. "The Honor of His House", has as its star Sessue Haya kaka, the brilliant Japanese actor, supported by Florence Vldor and an especially good cast Including Jack Holt, Maym - Kelso, Forest Seabury and Tom Kurahara. The director, Wm. C. IeMllle, - has ; accomplished graphic . effects, some Of the scenes after the wreck of the steamer, taken on one of the wildest and most beau- (CoiravOouCUOugg .r- That What I Say I'll Do, I Will Do ! Read the Following Extracts From Unsolicited Letters on File in My Office, Relative to My Ability to Cure Chronic Ailments of Men and Women: JOHN BAXTER, says: "For many years I was troubled with Stomach IMsorder could not eat anything and life wis a constant misery. In four months treatment you made s new man of me. I am permanently relieved from my trouble." MRS. BORCHERT. states: "You completely cured me of Catarrh ' of Stomach and Head after suffering for years. I warmly recommend your skill to anyone In need of honest medical attention." ' -.-;. MR. WHALEN, says: "For over two years I Buffered with an aliment of Kidneys and Bladder and constantly passed blood in urine. In two weeks time you made the urine free from blood and am now well and strong again." - ABOVE LETTERS AND MANY OTHERS ON FILE FOR YOUR INSPECTION I make a specialty of treating all diseases of tlie Rectum, Kidney. Bladder, Prostrate Gland, Pelvis or Sexual Or gans of men or women. Specific Blood Poison and all private diseases of men and ' women; also ' Nervousness, Weakness of Body or Brain. Loss of Energy, Organic Weakness, Female Troubles, ' including Menstrual Irregu- "" laxities and Weakening Discharges. Hours: 9 to I; Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, 1 to I; also Sundays, 9 to 1. 19 Tears Experience. ' . , , DR. LIVINGSTONE The Specialist 2nd Floor, Masonlo Temple Pensacola," Fla. Hard Fighting: by Americans to Hold Huns (Continued from First Page.) day. The chief of staff Bald that In car rying out the new policy of "one army' the war department Intends to put the letters "IT. S. heretofore reserved for the regulars on the collar of every man serving In the military forces of the United States. The sub-desig nations of N. G." for national guard and "N". A." for national army will be abandoned. In the same connection General March announced that the 12 major generals and the 36 brigadiers neces sary for the new divisions will be se lected from all elements of the ser vice. This statement was taken to mean that both national guard and national army officers hereafter will be eligible for promotion to the rank or general officers even in regular army divisions. In response to a question. General March said that where a division com mander was selected to be a tempor ary corps commander, the command of his division passed to . senior commander. Dljitetfe ZO 3. PALAFOX ST. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM Phone 1W A GOOD DRUG STORE" for face masaasre. We WiU Deliver a GOOD LOAD of STOVE WOOD For $1.50 J. C. Mellor LirrJber Co PHONES 911 and 1347 'The Honor of His House" Teeming With Suspence, Chock a Block With Thrills, and a Glorious Love Story Woven Through It THERE IS A COMEDY TOO AND THE DIAZ ORCHESTRA Tomorrow Alma Rubens in "The -Painted Lady" V' w TOMORROW MARY PICKFORD in "HOW COULD YOU JEAN" Also EDDIE LYONS and LEE MORAN In "ALMOST WELCOME" Coming Monday "Carmen of the Klondike" tiful of all the small Islands of the Pacific, being particularly beautiful. Miss Vidor Is given an opportunity te wear some of the gowns for wnlch she Is famous, including one dinner frock of brocaded satin with which she wears pearls and archids.- 'Another Interesting costume consists or a tiger skin, osft brilliant hued chiffon and leaves. The Best Plaster. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment 'and bound on over the seat of pain is often more effectual for a lame back than a plaster and does not cost anything like as much. Adv. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL. I mn am J . 1 - 1 i ... '; . oa-1 p-i- ; Si ' ' 1 p ALLS TRA HA TQ When we say all straw hats, there is absolutely no restriction no exceptions as to-cer-, tain knid of straws, but it includes every straw hat in our store, consisting; of all PANAMAS, BANGKOKS, MILANS, SENNETTS, MACKINAWS AND ALL FANCftr : ' - BRAIDS 1 That's the M, & O. policy of doing business a straw hat is a straw hat so we tell you its your unrestricted choice of any Straw Hat in bur store at HALF PRICE. - LOOK! READ! SEE WHAT IT MEANS! S $6.00 KIND HALF PRICE . . . ... . . . ?. . . .i-r.$3.00 $5.00, KIND HALF PRICE 1 ........:..$20 $4.00 KIND HALF PRICE ..... o.-2.00 $3.00 KIND HALF PRICE r$10 $2.50 KIND HALF PRICE ..................... .$L25 , $2.00 KIND HALF PRICE ........ . ...:.;...$l-00 - $1.50 KIND HALF PlUCE-.;.'...:.':'.. ; : LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND BOYS' LOW SHOES AT A j TREMENDOUS SAYING' . " Come just as early as possible to avail yourself of these price cuts, as sizes will sojjn ba r depleted. Stock up for now and future use. ; ' - Vrt't:-: $6.00 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW . ...... w ; . .$4.95 $5.00 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW ........ .1 ..-!-:.:o$35 $4.00 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW v. ...'-ZAZ r- $3.50 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW ..... ...... .-oioi$2.95 ' $3.00 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW ............. ... . . . . us$2.45 - 1 $2.50 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW ........... . . - .U;U-l-95 r . ; $2.00 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW ........... .:--$L65 ' $1.50 LOW SHOES, ALL STYLES, NOW .... ..... ... v.mm$L15 '. ' R-lIo S (Do (EDdDflDDDiragi ttD'- "THE STORE WITH THE GUARANTEE' 319, 321, 323 SOUTH PALAFOX : PHONKflUHJ :tto BEA Tomorrow (FiPidlay) JMoght Take Bayshore Car Some Good Time " Ijadies, EJd 5 3L