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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 5, 1919.
AMUSEMENTS Wonderful Photography. The girl who stayed at home and wrote letters to her boy "over htere" is one of the conspicuous figures in p V. Griffith's new Artcraft pic ture, "The Girl Who Stayed at Home," which is being- shown at the Isis thea tre this week. Wonderful new photo graphic effects, by G. W. Bitzer, are, featured to fine advantage In this photoplay, bringing to it a rare qual ity of atmosphere such as has not been surpassed in any of the previ ous Griffith pictures. Sweetheart False? Wouldn't It Jar You? To have a man you love propose to you, to accept him and to be the happiest girl on earth, then. Just a few minutes later, to find him kissing a woman you hate, is the situation which confronts Dorothy Gish in one of the dramatic moments of "Boots." her newest Paramount picture, which will be shown at the Isis theatre to morrow for a run of one day only. Usually it is the other way. The man finds his sweetheart apparently false to him, and In his blind anger refuses to trust her. This time "Boots," in her own tearful resent ment, refuses to trust the man who she believes, has been false to her. "So," says Dorothy Gish, "it makes little difference which side of the fence., the clover is on, th- other side looks different anyway." Constance Talmadge in "Good Night, Paul." "Good Night, Paul!" is Constance Talmadge's latest production for her U 4 J . I do tip in tncw. - DOROTHY OISH 'Boots'" Isis Tomorrow. Select Star Series in which she is pre sented by Lewis J. Selznick; it will be the feature attraction today at the Isis theatre. The photoplay was ad apted from the current musical com edy success with the same title, in which Ralph Herz made a distinct hit on Broadway and in the larger cities. Walter Edwards, who dSrected the picture, has aptly termed it "the comedy of a thousand laughs," and it is a veritable bonanza of wholesome comedy situations heightened by sus pense and occasional thrills. As Matilda Landers. Constance Tal .madge adds still another to her now famous characterizations of screen heroines, bubbling over with infectious enthusiasm, independence, charm and youthfulness. Richard Landers, the heroine's young husband, and his part ner, Paul Boudeaux, are in a financial blind alley. There seems to be no way out, when Paul's rich uncle Batiste announces his forthcoming visit. Paul 4 ' If . i . Sis K, lewis j.tEizNicK Prt f? CONSTANCE.. , TALMAPOEt tiwit ui mri umiiniiiii iirm mmtmmttmlBUU At Isis Today. Rethinks himself of his uncle's prom e to settle $50,000 on him if he will aiarry and thus perpetuate the fam 'y name.. Here is an obvious solution of the problem, but Paul Is a confirm 65 oman-hater and refuses to marry Fresh Shipment of MarthaWashington Candy Just Received 90c lb. 720 Phonc3-l?l iji iii mil iiiiihmiiiii I'liiiniifiin'if anyone. Mltiia decides to pass her self off on the uncle as Paul's wife. Again the way seems cleared, for UncleBatiste Is supposed to stay only & few hours; when he does arrive, however, he takes such a fancy to the young girl wife that he decides to prolong- his visit to a month. Conster nation ensues; it looks like. "Good Klght, Paul!" with vengeance, and the laughs come thick, and fast; but trust Matilda! She manages things so that everyone is paired off. and hap piness reigns supreme. Griffith Romance Well Conceived. D. W. Griffith's magnificent spec tacle, "Hearts of the World." about which so much has been heard here and of which so much has been writ ten, will be the special attraction fox a very limited engagement at the Gar den theatre three matinees and, three nights, May 8, 9 and 10. The morning of peace makes par ticularly timely this stremendous his torical document of Mr. Griff ith's. The ending of the "great struggle in Europe adds a peculiar interest to the data collected by the famous pro ducer during the long months he worked amid the din and death of battle to bring back to the American people a romantic .story woven about the splendid people of France; their great love, their light laughter, their bors and fears, the heroic fortitude of the rcmen, the glory of th5 nun vt ua'.tl. It would seem Impossible that any man, however, able, could have visited war-torn France and , brought back anything save the scenes of struggle and the awful devastation that lol-lowed- Itis therefore all the more remarkable and an added tribute to thif acknowledged dramati.: genius that ni "Hearts of the Wo.-U" stands unique ' cmcng productions made In France. Mr. Griffith, has used tie world war merely as a bac'csround for a story as romantic and beautiful as "Komeo nr;d Juliet," and with as much hearty laughter and good wholesome fun as may be found in an average musical comedy. In this respect, "Hearts ct the World" stantf unique among j.roductions made in 'France. Mr. Grifilth has shown tne Araer.or.n people the beauty of France, the music of htr mconlight, the pe'urue of her blossoms, the chrarms of her wall,! nnd ho? Biret ts, her streams and pathway ways that the legions of Caesar founJ ttautiful centuries ago. ' A ftature of the engagement hoie will be a large symphony orchestra rendering a musical prost-am com posed especially for "Hearts of the World," and which has received high praise from musical critics both for the beauty of the score and the ad mirable way in which it fits every scene and action of the production. Mr.- 1 Adclplia Lcstinad CaxcH Dstpatr -D.V: GRIFFITH'S 'tiue GirlVho Stayed At Honta AmADTCEAfTiyr Isis Friday and Saturday. You Needn's Suffer With Pellagra, Eczema, Rheuma tism or Indigestion. SULFER ROSOL is Nature's great Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier. It will surely relieve you. At all drug stores. ECONOMY STORE tTeach Your $ Cents" ' Opp. Plaza Park, South Palafor - HILDREN A ettMntJ M. . m -"uluu not uc Closed ; for colds apply the EPPERSON OF LEVY ARRAIGNS STOCK BOARD (By JOHN C. TRICE.) Tallahassee. May 4. In his indict ment of the live stock sanitary board before the - house. Mr. . Epperson, of Levy county, said he wanted it un derstood that he had no ill feeling to ward any member of the board. On the contrary he said he felt kindly, to ward them personally. But their methods were not . only expensive as shown by their own renort. but he pointed out that the active members of "the board were here and had been since the beginning of the session. They buttonholed every member of the house by the time he cleared the door, as though they did not have gray matter enough in their heads to do the business for which they had bee nelected and sent up here. These men, he said, are stopping at the Leon hotel at an expense to the state of ap proximately $4 a day while the mem bers of the house are most of them getting board for ten dollars a week. They have spent, according to their own report, $92,000, not one cent of which had been used for the expense of dipping cattle, and in what manner he said he could not say. One thing he said they were adepts at. As dis seminators of propaganda they had the German people beat by long odds. His amendment, he said, would take the management of the dipping prop osition out of their hands. If it was passed he would introduce another bill creating a board to be composed of the governor and two members of his cabinet. . This board would receive di rections from the bureau of animal in dustry under control of the agricul tural department at Washington. In turn they would transmit instructions to the county commissioners of the various counties, who would be made the real administrating agents of the government. This would cover every requirement of the demands of the federal act, and bring to the state all the aid from the federal government that is provided for. The presentation of this proposi tion brought out other expressions, both during the setting of the house and after adjournment, which seem to indicate that the friends of the compulsory dipping idea are rot so they cannot be shaken loose from It. In fact some of the most enthusiastic supporters of the bill say they had in mind some radical changes in that line. A compromise of some sort is ex pected. The sanguine attitude of the friends of the bill has changed to one of less certainty. . Last night one of the leaders expressed the fear that the measure was doomed, so far as this session is concerned, unless some way can be found to get together. He is not in favor of the amendment offered oBar Ey e m i a a t tan v You owe them the most perfect pro tection you can give them. If they give you any discomfort, come in and talk it over with our eye-sight specialist. Con sultation free. JEWELER AND The Home of Eeliable Goods. f 0 R C H E Z FASHION The Store for Women. 50 solci popipiLDR! sciomnrs ..... In all shades, including: Navy, Black, Co penhagen, Green and Grey. This shipment the latest out in Skirts, hav ing just reached us. WHILE THEY LAST They are wonderful .values. Soldiers Shave Yfch Cuticura Soap The Healthy UpOo-Date Cuticura Way " Ne rmi. no Umy wp no vtrmx no free aUcait. no waste, no irritation rm wben ahavd twice daily. One soap lor ail oaes akavtas, bathing and abantpootag. Doabtea razor efficiency, not to apeak ol rahie in promotma skin purity, (kin com fort and afcta health hw to ka delicate. irafraat Caticnra medication. Largoat Csiksra Toilet Trio Cooaiatiaa' of SoaD. Ointment and Trimm ara indiapeneable adjuncts of the daily tow ICC III I bealtk. Br bringing cated emotlienta in I let in maiiXainias akin surity and uteae deJteatelr aaedW in frequent contact wli la Lor all fcn(W Bnran... yoar akin aa in ttaa Cor all toilet clear.aweetaiKlhoaUnr.25cea, everywhere. by Mr. Epperson, but intimated during nis conversation that it might be bet ter to let the law stand as it now la. It is possible he admitted that the pres ent law might bring about universal dipping throughout the state quicker than it can come about by a law that does not go into effect until the year 1921. - SELECTION OF TEACHERS IS IN PROGRESS IT IS NOT BELIEVED THERE WILL BE BUT FEW IF ANY CHANGES IN PRESENT FORCE AT CITY AND COUNTY SCHOOLS. Consideration of the matter of se lecting teachers for the schols of the city and countrty for the coming school year has already begun, it is under stood, preliminaries looking to this end having been" Inaugurated at the reg ular meeting of the board last Friday night. . It is generally understood there will be little of any changes in the force of teachers. V .It is also understood that. the board will nof be able at this time to defi nitely, fix the salaries for the reason that it is uncertain what legislation will be enacted at the present session of the legislature which might entail additional expense in the management of the schools. "However it can be said definitely that the salaries will be at least as much as during the past year and the board hopes to be able to make an increase for the coming year. it was stated by one of the of ficials. ; " The meeting of the board, which was attended by all its members, Judge B. D. Beggs, chairman, A. S. Edwards, superintendent, J. H. Pace and L. S. Gilmore, was an important one and much business was transacted. Among other things, as an out- Are V.io tr OPTICIAN 14 South Palafox Street. MER'S SHOP 115 S. Palafox aDay m ill iii the tmm of A FAMOUS MEDICINE How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For Woman's Use. A visit to the laboratory where this Successful remedy is made even the casual looker-on wi I ability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness i which attends the making of this great ability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness medicine tor woman s ins. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs are used anually and all have to be gathered at the season of the year when their natural juices and medicinal sub stances are at their best. The most successful solvents are used to extract the medicinal properties from these herbs. Every utensil and tank that comes in contact with the medicine is sterilized and as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and sealed in sterile bottles. It is the wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with the skill and care used in its preparation which has made this famous medicine so successful in the treatment of female) ills. The letters from women who have been . restored to health by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound which we are continually pub lishing attest to its virtue. growth of the movement for the con solidation of the Brent and Goulding schools, Mr. Fred Herrman, chairman of the joint committe from the two committees, made a report favoring the consolidation. The committee will give attention to the matter of a site for the school and report later. J. H. Daff In , and L. F. Mattheus, trustees of the Molino school, request ed certain needed repairs and im provements on the building and site to be made, and Mr. Gilmore was ap pointed a committee to visit and ex amine the school, with the architect, "Walker D. r Willis, architect for the board, and make report to the board. The architect, Mr. 'Willis, who made a trip to Jacksonville, Atlanta - ana Montgomery at the direction of the board to Investigate schol buildings, preparatory to drawing plans for the new Fensapola High School building, made a very interesting report of the results of his trip. RHEUMATICS ATTENTION Stop Paying Out Money ior iNostrums, uatns or Liniments Which -Can't Cure You. Try the Prescription of a Fam ous Specialist, C-2223 It Don't Cost Much Our Home Druggists Can Supply You. j- If you suffer the agonies of rheu matism, or lame back, aching Joints and bones, swollen muscles, distorted or bent finger, sudden pains attacking you most any time, then take the pre- scrlption of a famous specialist meant 'for Just such a condition. It is known to our home prescription drugg-ists by the' number C-2223. Directions roi 'home treatment and dose ranted oa the bottle. This prescription (02223J is liautd and one of our do rn towi drug-grists explained that it drains ouf of our system all the poisons, uru acid and impurities whleh cause rheu . matism, besides it purifies and en riches the blood. Thousands of re .stored patients pire a llvinjr wltnesi of the wonderful curative powers oi C-222S for rheumatism, so it seemq well worth while trylnar, espeoiauy ai our home drug-gists will give us bacS even the small fee charged for th Prescription C-232 if it don't help xi any, , NOTICE. S If perchance your own drngrglsl can't supply you kindly give ys his name by writing- to C-2223 Labora tories, Memphis, Tenn. Adv. LET STEVE FIX 'EM He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massaoe. ' Phone 109 "A GOOD DRUG STORE GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO. BLUE LABEL COFFEE, r.-:..-..v25c per can Phone 2027 Garden and DeVillier J. P. REMICH & SONS The Store That Satisfies" Reroich's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 There is as much food in a quart of good Ice Cream as in 3 pounds of steak. Serve it to your family often. It is easily frozen with an Alaska Freezer. George can do it and you'll know its pure and clean if made at home. Buy-one today and be happy. rirr ' r" T 1 1l. 1 N 3mEEZER si : - FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-' " - Wear North Pa la fox, Jurt Above lals Theatre "WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with scale and consumers will lease exact correct weight and report any discourtesy of driver to office. Phons 59 cr 259. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY The CENTRAL PHARMACY 'In the Heart of Paaaacola The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 PHONES 178 EXIDE BATTERY AND. SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 S. Baylan street Phone 343 PURITY ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream aind Fresh Fruit Juices. Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781 E. B. Hoffman & Son SELLING OUT Best Goods, Lowest Prices. 57 East Gregory. Phone 825 Let Us Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers FINE COFFEES 107-11 East Intendencia Street. PENSACOLA, FLA. Titoe TvOo 3 D)o On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywnere HOUSE' NUMBERING Gold Leaf on Transoms See Robinson, 209 Thicsen Building, or call residence phone 798. Special Prices Knight Tires Guaranteed 5000 Miles Sportsman's Supply Store ... Walter Biggs Chas. H. Kupfrian ttan 2 quart 3 quart 4 quart ..4.75 .. 5.50 6.75 1 Cash; l a week CCMRilff v.'jta.aajuitfiiiBv MaaaWaHP faARRLNliXON MOTOR CO. ... . 105 N. Palafox St. .. ... Jistributors for Maxwell and Chalmers Automobiles and Mavwpll Trucks. i LEE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox St. Phone 1674 Chero-Cola There is none so good. Chero-Cola Bottling, Works. Phone 236. 20 S. PALAFOX or. "BETTER CLOTHLS , nay;'s READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Hosiery and Hta. Also fine Shoe Repairing. 82 Eaet Wright. Phone 441. PEOPLE'S MARKET For Quality and Price 200 West Government. .Williams Transfer Co. "Our Business Is Moving" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. Ford Cars and Tractors 4 J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 REED'S "BETTER BREAD" For Sale by ALL FIRST CLASS STORES 1 REED'S SANITARY BAKERY; Palafox and Gregory Streets WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street FRED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN1 91o American Bank Bldg. Phone 912. READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yon Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South Palafox StrecJt THE LEADER FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET i