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'J THE PENSACOLA JOULSATURDAY MORNING , JANUARY 11, 1919. Overcoats It is Economy to keep warm. glen's Overcoats, 15 up. Boys' Overcoats, $12 up. I Children's Overcoats, $5 to $10 - OK! Why dontyou 9 PATRONIZE- THE DRY CLEANING PRESSING Phor.c 32 iCOK FCf I HIS SIGN 103 East Wright Street Star Brand Shoe Ar Better EXiDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 6. Baylen street Phone 343 NO DECEPTION If it is good you will find it at the Kozy Korner, and if you find it here you will know that it is good. "Only the Best" Our Motto Try Our Coffee You'll Like It! KOZY KORNER PaJafox and Romana Sts. Every taste may be satis fied here. FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to Wear North Palafox, Just Above tela Theatre ATLAS RENOVATING & , CLEANING CO. Mattresses Cleaned and Renewed 322 E. Brainard St. Phone 233 ROYAL TYPEWRITERS MAYES PRINTING CO. FINE JOB PRINTING . - r RSi n r TheM.&O. 4n turn qua, W ft hi a Kaay 23 tV OFFICB SUPPUII AMUSEMENTS ELSIE TEPjGUSOH The Feature Attraction at Liberty Theater. As their farewell "'. offering at this cozy little house, the Mack's Musical Misses present the farce comedy, "Cabaret De Luxe," which is about on a par with the balance of their show ings while here. Miss Isabelle Rene is sun nwnv th. hio-nct favnrif. with j hor vt vni In fhnso snlrw whirh shn ronrtrro cn nWiv vv. n.ie-ht rv have had more of the dancing of the Sisters Swanson. We note that the chorus girl that was sick (Ethaei r.i ,4 i' ..,, ,, fie. tii ...I, i i happiness in forgetting the duties en train in line. Miss Ella, the ladv , ' ; , . . :if, ,v, J:,. - 'forced upon her by society. hVn r , ..k ', k V""1"1 her audienc with her balancing act Tm ' n m !-- I I r -w n s I rT' U l ,11., ii '.-ii 7- , La CHles are still getting the applause mrir u.c aim especially ior tni -o and extemporaneous song singing Pastime Theater. Ohlson's Liberty Girls in the "Man in Black" gave their audiences another of thoseold time legitimate comedies in a short from which certainly Is a treat after having seen so many of those "Bit" shows that the average company tries to put over. The "Lib erty Girls" aro demonstrating their ability to please, and played yesterday to an enthusiastic. discriminating crowd, and what, with their excellent singing and dancing and straight com edians, special costumes and very fair chorus, are proving themselves strong favorites with those who have seen them since last Tuesday, when it is admitted that they made but a sorry appearance. Special mention may be made of Miss Leone Abbott, the prima donna, who gave a very sweet rendi tion of "Hearts That are Free." Mr. Burt Southern. Mr. McNally and Edgar Spearman each sang a number that was well liked by the audience, es pecially the "I Hate to Get Up In the Morning" number, with the assistance cf the really capable chorus of good singers. They will repeat today and tin'ht. changing to pictures "The Strange Woman," the Fox Super Photo l'!ay, the second episode of the "Lightening Raiders ;" also Harry L.yd In "Sic 'Em, Towser," and ths cartoon. Mutt and Jeff, at the usual low Sunday prices of admission. "The F:rnge Woman," which will head the bill at the Pastime theater tomorrow, is said to deal with tue ideals of in American girl, ra.se.l abroad, v.nc tnrough a sad mitrl monial experience, becomes an advn- caie or me soui-mate Idea th:)t is, 01 union wnnoui marriage. Her l.'beral ideas upset the whols town of Delpi. Ii wa, to which she re turns witn Jier soul-mate, and it is. only after s.'ie ha suffered untold hu miliations that rhe triumphs in the end Tne p'Uire was made by W'l Mam Fox and !he star, Miss Gladys brocKwcii, nas a :arge supporting cast School Matinee at the Garden. The Garden's second school matinee was even more successful than the first, the theater being well filled with school children to see Fan Fan, the Japanese extravanganza. that closed a two days' run last night. The Gar den. at the urgent request both of children and parents, will make these matinees, witn especially selected nm grams for the children, a weekly fea ture. Today's bill at the Garden is a par ticularly attractive and pleasing one It is a picture made by Colin Camp bell from the story. The Sea Flower, written Dy ueorse ami, and recent ly published In Scribners magazine ToroorroJ the Garden will Rive the second episode of the thrilling and very much complicated "Fight for Millions," a serial picture. This sec ond episode will be particularly inter esting because of Its western setting. The feature for Sunday ia popular Alice Joyce in "The Captain's Cap tain," in which she takes a comedy role quite In contrast with her usual tragedy. IF YOU HAD WEALTH, WOULD IT TIRE YOU- Elsie Ferguson Answers This in "Under the Greenwood Tree." If you had millions of dollars and occupied a high social station, would you tire of It all and return to the simple life? Would your weariness compel you to don the gypsy garb and live in a caravan like a nomad of the V rf -Under he Greenvood.TieV the Isis Tomorrow. desert? These questions are answered by the heroine in "Under the Green wood Tree," Elsie Ferguson's new Art craft picture, which will be shown at the Isis theatre tomorrow. Miss Ferguson has a delightful role in this captivating photoplay. She is seen as Mary Hamilton, a rich young woman living In England, who tires of th fripperies of fashion and vanities ?' society and longs for the simple lif' ?o she buys a gypsy s caravan an,d w"h a c,5? J5!E into the woods and finds complete But Mary finds there is a void In k neart untfl she meet8 the man i !ent by fate to be her mate. Jack Hut- tm l3 a cleverchap and he is in every sense an ideal man. The road to love is open to both and it is no wonder that Cupid's darts flew thick and fast once they walk hand in hand. They have some delightful adventures and all ends happily. Miss Ferguson's lead ing man is Eugene O Brien. Chaniin Disguised Too Natural for Huns to Resist. An example of practical camouflage is given by Charlie Chaplin in his second million-dollar picture, Shoul der Arms," to be shown at the Isis theatre today for the last time, when he disguises himself as a tree stump and starts a a spying trip into enemy territory, only to be met by a small party of Huns, seeking firewood, who promptly decide to chop down tne human stump as an addition to the load of wood they are about to take back to their trenches. In Charlie Chaplin's opinion, his at tempt is entirely too successful, and his resentment over the stupidity of the Huns in mistaking him for a gen uine stump gets him into counties difficulties, Enrico Carusoin Pictures. The appearance of Enrico Caruso, the famous tenor, in Artcraft pictures, was the occasion for immense crowds at the Isis theatre yesterday, where his flrs photoplay, "My Cousin," is on view. It is a splendid photoplay in which Mr. Caruso plays two roles with consumate bkill. It may fairly be said that Mr. Caruso s advent m motion pictures is a success from every standpoint. See it today. It's your last chance. For Your Subscription Phone 1500 WHAT ARE YOUR VIEWS ON MARRIAGE? See the William Fox drama THE STRANGE WOMAN with Gladys Brockwell Pastime Theater Sunday When she lived in FarlsT she be lieved in Free Love. But American atmosphere and the love of a good Amwlean made her respect the sanc tity of matrimony. WILLIAM FOX Presents The New York Dramatic Sensation 'TheStrange Woman ; with GLADYS BROCKWELL AND A TYPICAL FOX CAST Acclaimed by Metropolitan Critics M The Most Daring Dramatic Sensation of a Decade. PASTIME SUNDAY LOCAL PASTOR TO SPEAK AT CHURCH CONFAB The Rev. Dr. J. A. Ansley, pastor of the First Baptist church, will address the convention of Florida Baptists, whose opening sessions will be held in Tampa next Tuesday. It is prob able that ministers from the East and West Hill Baptist churches will also be n attendance. The Rev. C. H. Nabers, secretary of the Fort Pickens Y. M. a A., will have charge of the services at the Fort Baptist church Sunday evening. Dr. Ansley will leave Sunday morning for lampa. Piles Cured tn V to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals. You can get restful sleep after the first application. Price, 60o. MACKEY ISSUES ANOTHER CAPIAS FOR GAMBLING One additional capias was issued yesterday by County Solicitor Mackey and Steve Sanchez was arrested on the charge of gambling. His case will come up in the court of record Janu ary 27 th. Colds Cause Headaches and Pains Feverish Headaches and Body Pains caused from a cold are soon relieved by taking LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN INE Tablets. There's only one Bro mo Quinine. E. W GROVE'S signa ture on the box. 30c. For Your Want Add Phone 1500 Charlie Chaplin in th Character of a the Isis FT. LIS For Saturday and Monday Brookfield Butter, per lb Z 75c Meadow Grove Butter, 2 lbs $1.45 Pet Cream, large size, per doz $1.90 Pet Cream, small size, per doz 90c Eggs, per doz 70c Alaga Syrup, per Gal $1.05 Alaga Syrup, per 1-2 Gal 60c Dunbary Syrup, 8 lb. can 85c Dunbry Syrup, 4 lb. can 45c Sauer Kraut in Bulk, 3 lbs 35c Sweet Potatoes, per pk . . . . 45c Irish Potatoes, per pk 50c pple Jelly in bulk, 2 lb 25c pple Jelly, 5 lb. bucket 45c The Best Flour, 24 lb. sacks $1.70 The Best Flour, 12 lb. sack 90c Elderido Coffee, per lb 35c Maxwell Huose Coffee, per lb 35c Golden Rio Coffee, per lb 25c Codfish, in lb. blocks 25c Prunes, 2 lbs 35c Apples, per pk 85c Lemons, per doz 35c Vinegar in Gal. Jugs 65c Patacake, per package 25c Krast Cheese in cans, 1 lb. can 55c Krast Cheese in cans, 1-2 lb. can 35c Wesson Oil in quart cans 75c Low Prices on all kinds of Feed Stuff. Deliveries to All Parts of the City Phone 1889. GROCER. Phone 1890 THE WEATHER Pensacola, Jan. 10, 1919. Sunrise, 6:47; sunset, 5: OS. Moon rise, 12:53 p. m. ; moonset, 2:01 a. m. ; full moon. 16th. High tide, 6:57 p. nx; low tide. 3:59 a. m. Yesterday's Weather. Temperature: 7 a. no., 34; 7 p. m., 50; highest, 53; lowest, 33; mean, 43; normal, 52; mean same date last year. 43; accumulated deficiency this year to date, 105; highest of record for January, 79 degrees; lowest of record for January, 15 degrees. Rainfall. For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., 0; to tal for this month to 7 p. m., 1:52; normal for January, 4:04 inches; ac cumulated excess this year to date, o.l7. Humidity: 7 a. m.. 76; noon, 63; 7 p. m., 55. Barometer: 7 a. m., 30.37; 7 p. m., 30.33. College Patriotism Show your patriotism now by Join ing our Big New Years Class in stenography. Enroll with the PAN AMERICAN COLLEGE OF COM MERCE, 2nd floor Brent Bldg. WORTH $50.00 A BOTTLE. J "Wm. Barnes, San Antonio, Tex., writes: ' "Foley's Honey and Tar is the best cough remedy In the world. It has been worth $50.00 a bottle to me. I hd th flu followed by pneumonia, which left me weak, with a persistent cough. I needed rest and sleep, which I wi un able to get. Some one advised Jroley'a Honey and Tar. I began taking It thot very night. Before bed timel noticed relief, and that night had aSound sleep and perfect night's rest, the first since the beginning of the flu I have com- . pletely recovered and donot cough at all. i It cost me only $1.20 U cure that obsti- I nate cough with Foley's Honey and Tar. ! Let all who read tMs letter try Foley a "Doughboy" in "Shoulder Arms," t Today. LitfSXI3 9 Sold everywhere. TODAY LAST SHOWING Of the greatest dual presetnation in the historx of this theatre. "The Rendezvous of Particular People" I L- -- -A i i A twin program you will remember as Ion?: as you live syn- j a enromzea witn special Rl LLY'S GRAND ISIS ousin We quote "Webster" THE ACME IN DRAMA. jsf YlW" Tomorrow Saenger Amuse. Co. Presents The Story of a Beautiful Young Society Girl, who In search of romance becomes a Gypsy. ELSIE, FERGUSON Supported by Eugene O'Brien In "UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE." ISIS BRAY PICTOGRAPH (Topical) "H ERE COMES THE GROOM" (Comedy) OS ZO S. PALAFOX ST. "BETTKH vkO.nSr' YOUR FALL SUIT $15 -up London Woolen Mills Made to Your Individual Order 117 South Pelsfox Street PENSACOLA'S LARGEST TAILORS WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street Just Try a Pound of WARFIELD'S COFFEE. Phone 1566. DEN JUANITA m GAR In Colni Campbell's Production 4The Sea Flowe From the story of George E. Hull in Also a Screen Magazine and a Com A BIG BILL and all to be had at GARDEN'S POPULAR P WHY Sunday "A Fight For Millions," Sec(Pisode- The Captain's Captain," starring Alice Joycpears and Bad Men," a Big V Comedy. IMTinrlav "TV Snnth's A'AVliViUJ X aw "The Sea Waif." 25o 8 Var Tax Included V Ja y ':'.. ttfc at ' musical accompaniment oy ORCHESTRA, AUGMENTED CHARLIE CHAPLIN AS A "DOUGH -BOY" ins SEiOXD MILLION' POLTJUl PICTURE. "SHOULDER ARMS" when we promise you THE PINACLE IN COMEDV Hp thinks she la a CJypsy. Sh thinks ,o is ;i Oypsy. and tif rnl ;yia'.e tl.ir.k Loth t!in mm nnl the pir! ar' their piine. tf.l-'ip. lll!8 It. I TODAY fiur 'istoiijary S;iti;rl.iy prr pi .'i -n ..f Tt:ril'.! :ti:il I.niiKlitT. Alice Howell (The Female Charlie Chaplin) 'THE CAHIJ AGE QUEEN' Jaunlta Hansen and Jack Mulhall In 'THE MOCK BRIDE"' of "THE BRASS liULLKT" "WILD WOMEN AND TAME LIONS" Is a Big 'V Scream. TOMoltltOW HELEN GIU'SON In "THE ROBBER" "SUBAMARINt AND SIMPS" Hix "V" anr! RUTH ROLAND 'In "HANDS UP." TURNER'S All American RestauratU Short Orders, Oysters, Fish, BU Regular Dinners and Suppenv 14 East Government St. THEA1 HANSEN PAY MORE? FaVOrifp. 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