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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1919.
s There is far greater pleasure in traveling when you know your LADIES! OJIOKEH won fiur hub .... , mi. 1UH... 1 "Li-w 'T ! ' j J I 1 crrvNA-l f FRIDAY AND SATURDAY D. "W. Griffith's latest and best production "THE GIRL. WHO STAYED AT HOME" NEWS BRIEFS. 8 g , s baggage will arrive unharmed. N. Y. Mail; "It is the best of hia productions." Bag-gage must go through many severe tests in the rush and wear of present day., handl ing, and handling is what does the damage. Prices $5.00 up. ifiimply: Jrresisf able PATRON I Z lilt tiiyji-jiJOLik PRY CLEANING PRESSING " Phono 322. - Tbe Banking & Savings Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General Banking Oaiy Trust Coma any r West - Flerfij. WE BUY AND dELL BONDS ,- GOODYEAR S NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD J (- mTT!m',t' "' c a n - When you want your shoes repaired go to a shoemaker -one who knows how shoes ought to be made and re paired. Let us repair your shoes and we will return them to you looking, like new. Henry C. Davis, Mgr. Ill NORTH PALAFOX STREET The Pastime Theatre The Liberty Theatre PHONE 66. Today Thru Tuesday Today Thru Tuesday Harry Feldman's Yankee Charles Richard's Modern; Doodle Girls in Maids in "KIND OF BOLD" "THE OOLDEN GIRL" Songs Specialties Dances Biggest Beauty Chorus LES LEGERTS ' In Town Specialties Equilibrists Supreme BEGGS AND HART - 4 Use Grandma's Sage Tea and Sulphur Recipe and Nobody Will Know. The use of Sagre Tea and Sulphur for restoring: faded, grray hair to its nat ural color dates back to grandmother's iime. fane used it to keep her hair beautifully dark, glossy and attrac tive. Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. But brewirg at home is mussy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking- at any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth'a Sagre and Sulphur Com pound" you will get this famous old preparation, improved by the addition of othe ringredients, which can be de pended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist says it darkens the hair to naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. Tou simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after another ap plication or two, it becomes beautiful ly dark and glossy. Wyeth'e Sage and Sulphur Compound is a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire a more youthful appear ance. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease. Adv. . - OBITUARY - Captain James L. Sertoli. Captain James JL. Schbll died at 2:25 this morning at his late residence, 1800 E. Gadsden St. receased is survived by his widow, three daughters and four sons, Miss Sue Scholl, Mrs. Wil liam Merritt, Mrs. C. W. Forum. Ro land W. Scholl, James L. Scholl. Jr of Pensacola, and William H. and Ralph D. Scholl, who are in France. Funeral arrangements will be made later. rr i indeed hard to stand at one side while the atream of life flows by. A man or woman condemned to sickness that does not permit him or her to per forin the active duties of life, to do his or her share of the world's work, is a pathetic figure deserving of sympathy. I Much sickness, pain and misery result from disordered kidneys and blad der. Failure of tile kidneys to do their wotk properly and filter imparities oat of the blood Icids to rheumatic pain, backache, (ore muscle, stiff or swollen joints, pufnness tinder eyes, float in specks, biliousness, bladder weakness, oerr ooaneaa, or other aymptoms of kidney trouble. m re effective in removing' the cause of the trouble for they atrencntben and invigorate weak or deranged kidneys and help them to normal . functioning so that the blood atream is purified nd the cause of disease removed. F. M. Platte (Brakeman). See'y. Switchman's Union, S18 Blaine St., Peoria, III., writes: "Two bottlee of Foley Kidney Pills relieved all aymp toma of my kidney and bladder trouble, stopping the backache and pains, correctina the kidney action, clearing accretions. I am also free from dizsineaa and floating (pecks before my eyes. Foley Kidney Pills cured me," Sold Everywhere. The Sign of Quality Phone 416 manevgms HOE SHOP ... Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Cassimus left last Friday night for an extended visit to New Orleans. Quite a number cf friends of Miss Myrtlce Reddick were entertained on Sunday evening at her home on East Cervantes street, the occasion being her nineteenth birthday. A number of fishing parties were out yesterday and notwithstanding the wind was high during a great part of the day, some nice catches were re ported. Seventeen negroes, charged with gambling, were included in the usual Saturday night round up by the police department. Fourteen of the number were embraced in a single catch by Officers Kayne and Simmons early Sunday morning. The cases are dock eted for hearing this morning before the recorder. U. S. COURT TO BE CONVENED FOR MAY TERM Everything has been made ready for the convening of the regular May term of the U. S. district court at the fed eral building : here this morning by Judge Wm. B. Sheppard. Men who are to serve as' jurors, a number of attorneys who have cases before the court and many of the witnesses to be in attendance had alrady arrived In the city last night. While the docket Is not an unusually lengthy one there are a number of cases of more or less public interest to be disposed during the term, which will verjr probably require all the present week or more. Among the cases are a number for violation of the draft act. a few for "moonshining" and others for violation of the fed eral game laws with reference espe cially to migratory birds. There will perhaps be more legal ' argument over the , latter than any other subject of litigation before the court, It is ex pected. - . THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY May 8,9,10. Matinee Daily Without Fear of Contradiction, the Wonder Play of All Times Superb Musical Score interpreted by Company's Own New York Symphony Or- chestra of 15 A LOVE STORY OF THE GREAT WAR Dwarfing "The Birth of a Nation"" and "Intolerance." The Most Magnificent Spectacle ever Staged See our Florida boys on the firing line PRICES Matinees 55c $1.10; nights $1.10, $1.65 (war tax paid). Seats on sale today at Box Office. Mail or phone orders will re ceive prompt attention. Phone No. 11. A GREAT ECO W BE CAUSE OF EXTRAAVEAR "After a trip to Kilauea. the active volcano of Hawaii, ray Neelin-soled shoes were the only ones not abso lutely ruined. Many in our party wore hob-nailed boots, said Miss Jean P. Lane of Seattle, Washington. The sharp jagged lava of Kilauea cuts an ordinary sole to pieces quickly. That Neelin Soles stood the test but emphasizes their toughness and dur ability. These qualities are built into them by a scientific process. - Women and men and children, too who are hard on shoes should buy them with Neclin Soles. They come in many styles, and because of the extra wearv they give, are a great economy. And any repairman will re-sole your worn shoes with Neolin Soles, which are flexible and waterproof as well as Jong-wearing. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to outwear all other heels. .Goliii Sole liaw Max sr. . S. rat. OS. . MAN IS DEAD OF ACCIDENT AT SHIP PLANT The body of, M. T. Bole, who was a carpenter at the plant of the Pen sacola Shipbuilding Company, and who was tragically killed late Saturday afternoon by being run down by one of the locomotive cranes operated in the yards, was shipped to - the family home at Hot Springs, Ark., leaving on the noon train yesterday. Following the accident the injured man was rushed to the emergency hos pital maintained at the yard, where he j died a short time later. It is under- stood that both his legs were crushed and his body otherwise mangled. It is reported that the unfortunate man stepped . immediately in front of the moving crane, apparently not having noticed its approach. S' f ' '..''VTaSST' t pINDERELLA. the bet--ter dye soap. wi3 tranv form your faded, Efeless garments into marvels of daintiness and color.' Deeper and richer hues . more lasting colors. Yoo take no risb when youuse Cindcralla. Stmply wash the gax' -fttent with lh cV soap in any color you desire the same as yod would use any soap, and h becomes a lovely, vivid, oelisht Will not injure . hands or fabric ' XassWaSa Dya Saap Carparatiaa CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO. Distributors. Pensacola, Fla. '-djj-i-- DAMON LODGE K. OF P. HAS LARGE NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS About 25 applications for member ship in Damon lodge No. 13, Knights of Pythias are-on file to.be acted on at the next regular meeting of the lodge at their castle hall on East Inten- dencia street next Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock, stated an enthusiastic member of the order last night in speaking of the steady growth of the lodge. This is to be one of several large class initiations recently and the members are manifesting a great deal of hearty interest In the work to be put on in the different ranks in in troducing the large number of new members Into the mysteries of the order. LONG RECESS OF LAWMAKERS MOST TIMELY Tallahassee, Jlay 4. Usually when the legislative body is away behind and has taken an adjournment over from Friday until Monday, there is will be no one who understood the full meaning of the situation Friday morning who will criticise the house of representatives for taking the long recess. It , seemed to be the wisest thing to do, and It is a matter of con gratulation here this afternoon that the counsel of the cooler heads pre vailed. The first thing that ruf fleet the fea tures of some of the members of the house' early in the session, was the failure to get the vote on the Phil lips amendment to the compulsory dipping bill corrected, in compliance with the positive statements of mem bers who claimed they had not been properly recorded. It will be recalled perhaps that on yesterday the vote on the Phillips amendment was, as recorded and m- I nounced, 23 for the amendment and 29 against it. This morning when the journal was being corrected, Mr. Deas said he had not been recorded. That he voted for the amendment, and desired to be so Dr. M. A. LFschkoff has returned to the city and resumed hia practice. Rheumatism is completely washed out of the sys tem by the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Positively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes fine: costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by our Pensacola Agents, West Glorida Groc ery Co. Phone them. Adv. Falls Tires KING OF THE HIGHWAY A medium priced tire, giving greatest mileage for least money. The BEST tire on the market for Ford cars. F. S. Mellen Co. Distributors. Phone 334 BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO. 117-119 W. Garden St Automobile SuppUea and Accessories Agents for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. ! . ; which summed up consists of a determined uncle from Canada, a scape, grace of a nephew caught in the midst of a big fib, an alarmed partner, and Constance Talmadge as his cleverly obliging wife these are the ingredients of this swiftest of screen farces. You'll love it and you'll giggle till yoUr sides ache Oh, yes, she's supported by Norman Kerry and Harrison Fori A fiery Spanish Beauty make's things hot for "SMILING" BILL PARSONS in His Latest Capitol Comedy , "THE BIG IDEA" SAENGER INTERNATIONAL. NEWS WEEKLY. REILLYS ISIS ORCHESTRA 10c-20c Plus Tax ' Tomorrow Only DOROTHY GISH in "BOOTS" Just shoe's but what a world of love, thrills and fun they hold. -HOUDINI in "THE CHALLENGE" -ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS. . TODAY MARGUERITE CLARK in . "MRS.WIGGSof the CABBAGE PATCH" And Sennett Comedy "TAMING ' Tomorrow FANNIE WARD AND SESSUE HAYAKAWA In "THE CHEAT" recorded. The correction was order ed to be made. This made a tie vote, but still did not change the result. Mr. Tillis said he also voted for the resolution. "he speaker .announced that the only way to go further into the correction of the vote, as it would change the result, would be to have the original roll call and recheck it. Before a motion could be made to that effect he recoginzed someone else, an.l the incident for the time being pass ed without further notice. Later, Mr. Epperson brought up the matter again. Mr. Tillis insisted that he ' did cast his vote, and for the amendment, and he further insisted that it should be counted. , which the speaker recognized a mo tion dinrecting the clerk to procure the original roll call and recheck it. The GILFILLAN SCOTT THE PIANO SPECIALIST i Will Improve Your Method of Playing Weekly Lesson Four Dollars a Month at Pupil's Residence Phone 15 or call at the Clutter Music House. NEX' Ly Geum Attraction Thursday, May 8 8 O'CLOCK THE etty Jane Dunaway CHANGE OF PLACE Lecture Hall of First Methodist Church WRIGHT and PALAFOX NO RESERVED SEATS Except For Those Holdng Season Tickets. Adults . . 7 . 50c Children . . . 25c Tickets on Sale at Central Pharmacy and San Carlos Ciflar Stand. Saenger Amuse. Co. presents JUST TODAY CONSTANCE TAL MADGE in ! k "GOOD NIGHT PAUL' From the libretto of the same name, by Roland Oliver and Chas. Dickson. TARGET CENTER motion was put, and a good sized ma jority and under the rules requiring but there was not a two-thirds ma jority, and under the rules hequiring a two-thirds vote to waive the ruies, the speaker declared the motion loit. Though officially settled the Inci dent seems to be one tlfat refuses to die by. official edict. The apparent injustice of the Incident attacked some of the .friends of the bill who voted against it, and they declared they did npt want a victory at that price. 'Mr. Lewis of Jackson, subsequent to the Incident, while on the floor speaking to another matter, said he would go as far as any man reas onably could to gain a point, but he thanked God that he could stand upon the floor of the house and say that he did not want victory at the sacrifice of justice j Co, S imtk ..m.,i urn iwiMrmn --v r"""" n n n (IBinittflinrQQDa Sc Lac-DOeSo 2Sc U OlKJlMlj If M 0 A Ull mm