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THE PENSACOfA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 1919.
16 MEN'S SHIRTS A shirt department like ours the biggest and best in town Our shirts like some individuals, have a refined style about them that appeals to everyone. Far-sighted fellows buy our SHIRTS because they get a com bination of style, fit and wear. $1.75 and up. III u "71 VLJJli Dorothy Dalton, Cabaret Sinrcr, I.'f New Picture. "While FTie appears in a considera ble portion of her new Paramount picture, "Quicksand," as a cabaret singer, Dorothy Dalton the beautiful Thomas II. Ince star, is in reality cast for the role of the devoted wife who only adopt3 this character in or der to surRort herself and strive for some means of learning the truth con cerning her husband, who is falsely accused of crime. This is the substance of the force- E I -JB R iimiti X Decide today PATRONIZE' THE DRY CLEANING PRESSING Phone 32.2 5a IP t i PDaOTHY DAIiTON"" yi Q u ic 1c s a. rvdy ' ISIS TODAY. ful drama that John Lynch and R. Ce- ' cil Smith have prepared for the star, whose ability to enact an emotional role is well-known. Victor Schertr inger, acknowledged to be one of the most talented cf directors, made the picture and Mr. Ince supervised the production throughout as is his wont. Ed Coxen is leading man and there is a superior cast in his support 20 S. PALAFOX s'l. "BETTER CLOTHES" Tobacco Habit Easily Conquered A Jfew Yorker of vid experience has written book telling how the tobacco or enuff habit may be easily and completely Vanished in three days with delightful benefit. The author. Edward J. Woods, TB-31, Sta tion F. New York City, will mail bis booi iree on request in plain wrapper. The health improves wonderfully after the Tiirotine poison is out of the system. Calm xn, tranquil sleep, clear even, normal appe tite, digestion, manly vigor, strong memory, and a general pain in efficiency era among the many benefits reported. Get rid cf that nervous feeling: no more need of jipe. cigar, cigarette, snuff or chewing to lacco to pacify that irritating desire. A genu ine opportunity: write for the free book to . t. n -ir-:- . ,v'rttrueai. The Parlor Market "Homi of All That' Pure" Fresh Western Meats POULTRY, EGG8 AND GREEN GROCERIES 17V PMONES 174 Alice Joyce in "Everybody's Girl" at the Garden. There Is plenty of action in the pic lure, afcbeit it is a love story that runs almost true to form. Miss Joyce is not much Riven to stunts, but she does one in this picture that would delight Bill Duncan of serial fame. She is trapped on the upper deck of a plea sure steamship by a fire sweeping from stem to stern and she leaps into the water, to be promptly recued. That is a real thrill, as is the entire scene with its panic-stricken hund reds fighting for a chance to drown. Another tense scene is when a gun man, after a street battle, seeks re fuge in her room. Terrified at first, she sees the man Is not all bad. She hides his gun in her work basket, and when the police break in she assures them he is her brother. Bill. The cops know better, but the girl's lovliness and appeal eaves Bill. Miss Joyce is Florence, who trims hats and lives in a furnihed room in Brick Dust Row. The owner sublets J the parlors and she has to meet her !men friends in the parks or on the street corners or anywhere. Hence, ; her nickname, "Everybody's Girl." I She plays no favorites. Trusts her- male friends until they show a yellow I streak and meets most of them only once. fc2 fiend Ytoiir Old &kees to West End Shoe Store For Best and Neatest Work n Repairs. All Work Guaranteed S21 North DeVillier Street Phone 2032 CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 The Garden's Serial, "Fight for Mil lions" Today. Outlaw tunning, remarkable riding and an amazing leap on horseback across a chasm nro only a fe.w of the thrills which come thick and fast in the fifth erlsotle of "A Fight for Mil lions," Vit; graph's greatest of all ad venture serials, which will be shown at the Garden theatre today. Kd'th Johnson and William Duncan, heroine and hero are both seen at their best and are nvost ably supported by a score of ':ampion cowboys. The acii )!i starts at Devil's Thumb, a wild mountain peak, off which Miss Johnson leaps to escape the outlaws using her khaki skirt as a parachute. and the chase leads to a mountain cabin whither she is docoyed and sub sequently rescued after a series of thrilling encounters between Lawless , and h's bandit gang and Bob Hardy Paris. Fob. 1. Every member of the American Expeditionary Forces will have to write a postal card and start it homeward in the immediate future, according to an order issued todav. Crystal Pharmacy will be op en between 9 and 1 a. m. 3 and 7 p. m. Sundays. ii ti 522 Round the Corner on W. Intendencia LIBERTY THEATRE Round the Corner on W. Intendencia TODAY Presents ALICE BRADY in "THE DIVORCE GAME" one of this clever star's best productions, and 10th Episode of the Serial "WOLVES OF KULTUR." Featuring Miss Leah Baird. Also Comedy "FATTY'S INDIAN SWEETHEART" Commencing: Monday Matinee LE ROY OSEORN'S "IIOITY TOITY" GIRLS, in delightful Musical Comedy. .ENSACOLA'S OPULAR LACE PASTIME T! .ENSACOLA'S OPULAR LACE PRESENTS SUNDAY ONLY WEE 99 mi TODAY ScV Wine I dmmi mM;i ;:i special fcvrfajji Seng! II rrr-ran S Cli CABAR RET XE Iff Oik yDalton IN Thomas H ?Ncar Boroth M "QuiCKSArJD Yos, every on of yoii Mother, fath ers and listers, too' Stc what lift real ly is tor a cabaret all gay music, l-rigli ling cliani'iacrso' irlri Si- if It ta I'ghts and f park- S Ml LING" BILLY MASON AND E "LOVE ELINOR FIELDS, in J THE LITERARY DIJEST E AND A GOLD BRICK" I SCREEN IS1S-BRAY PiCTOORAPH OF THE The Store of a Woman Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice. Also 5th Episode of the Thrilling Serial "THE LIGHTENING RAIDERS," featuring the Universal Favorite, Miss Pearl White Tomorrow Ore Day Only MAE MARSH IX ' "THE RACING STRAIN" A .iHllinir V.orso r.-n-f or. iV.--- rar.i a I S;T.Top-v A ' -'ru.Ui- for S uthprn lienor - Tlic .stranso a l vor.tiiroj I ihe t-ill of (Mr! Kor.tv.oky. "SM I LLI NG" BILL PARSON'S AND ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY "LIVE WIRE" BILLIE RHODES in "BILLS BABY I TOPICS. COMING WED.. THURS. "ITALY'S FLAMING FRONT" pi.c l-.Tiil I'ichfirtr. a Oran.l H:ttlo Vlct in Att;i ok nr.l ih only AIR FIGHT TO A FINISH EVER PHOTOGRAPHED COMMENCING MONDAY MATTINEE Le ROY OSBORN'S DANCING CHICKLETS, in up to date Musical Comedies. ADDED ATTRACTION Del "THE DEVAUX" Joe. In a real, live up-to-date Ventriliquist Act. SUNDAY: Doors open at 1:30 p. m shows, 1:45, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p. .m 3KE r.J TODAY RUTH STOXEHOUSE IN" "Rosiland at the Red CJatc" I'ror-i th '-oleV'rn toil irnmbiin.-r storv ty Mcri'ls'Th Niolio'.pim. THAT FUNNY FELLOW (DARE-DEVIl, t iwv tv RUTH ROLAND LARKY M.MO ln . n . "A I cap Through Space" in a Screaming Big V Cerr.edy - r A Thrillinq Chapter of "FARMS AND FUMBLES" "HANDS UP" MONDAY I TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Douglas Fairbanks Constance Talmadgo Tom Moora in- in ln "He Co- Hn Smiling" "The Honeymoon" "Just For Tonight" And a Sennett Comedy and ""Don Cupid M. D." And a Good Comedy Read The Journal "Want Adds" for Quick Results. Being Overstocked With This Season's Latest Styles, in Highest Grade Materials, and Because of Belated Shipments We Are Compelled to Reduce Our Stock. Our Prices Are Low. This is Our Customers' Good Fortune. IT'S A REAL BENEFIT SALE. esuessifber Wiien We Advertise Asiytliioig We Give Emil Val&s ALL OUR LADIES' HIGH TOP SHOES 0 Were $9.00, now $7.20 Were 8.00, now 6.40 Were $7.00, now 5.60 Were $6.00, now 4.80 Were $5.00, now r 4.00 Were $4.00, now 3.20 Were $3.50, now 2.80 Were $3.00, now 2.40 One lot of Children Shoes in all leath er Walton and Godman, this sale Were $4.00, now $3.20 Were $3.50, now 2.80 Were $3.00, now 2.40 Were $2.50, now 2.00 Were $2.00, now 1.60 Were $1.50, now 1.20 Were $1.25, now 1.00 Were $10.00, now $8.00 Were $S.00, now 6.40 Were S7.00, now 5.60 Were $6.00, now 4.80 Were $5.00, now 4.00 Were 81.00, now 3,20 Were S3.00, now 2.40 Were 82.50, now 2.00 Sale of Hen's mi Boys' Heavy Work Shoes Mens and Boys' Sweaters Were $3.00. now .$2.45 Were $3.50, now $3.00 One Lot of Men's Dress Shoes, in gun metal and Vici, button and lace, all sizes, regular 63.50, now S2 45 Were $3.00, now 82.49 Were $2.50, now 2.00 Were $2.00, now gQ Were $1.50, now . ,: 2Sj Were $1.00, now gQc Were 88.00, now 86.40 Were $7.00, now 5.60 Were 86.00, now 4.80 Were $5.00, now 4.00 Were $4.00, now 3.20 Were $3.00, now 2.40 Were 82.50, now 200 Were 82.00, now l.QQ Ton's Br$d ' Egv& Mfool f'ii? a m but ' i Were 86.00, now $4.80 Were $5.00, now 4.00 Were 84.00, now 3.20 Were 83.00, now 2.40 Were 82.50, now 2.00 Were 82.00, now 1.60 All Our Mens Wool Socks at a Big Reduction, This Sale for 10 Days Only Special one line of men Blue Work Shirts Regular value $1.50 and $1.25, Now S- . . "jSwL. Unlv I hrpp tn n ( nstnnior. s' asr Lid 319, 321, 323 South Palaf ox Street. HE LKJttf (6 The Store With the Guarantee" Phone No. 1155 f SI V i 5, E