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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1919.
10 CAPTIVATING CAPS Something new. Something different. "All size" CAPS, For All Wise Chaps. Hold the Cap, ! Pull the strap; ; That's All! Adjustable no elas tic. Solid colors and plaids. Prices 2.00 and $2.50 G araen iJieatre Thursday, Friday. Saturday MAY 8, 9 aiid 10 " - I ll PATRON ISB DRY CLEANING PRESSING Phone 3 EE MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GENTS' FURNISHJNGS T ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets READY-TO-WEAR STORE : If It's New You V Will Find It Here 9 and Jl South Palafox Street C. J. JOHNSON 121 EAST WRIGHT STREET Dealer in BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES ! 'Agents, for Iver Johnson Bicycles Watch for Sunday Ad The Banking & Sayings Trust Company THK UPTOWN BANK CIXrEst Company In-J7t 4aav - PTirf? .Hw- WldaU? Ai nGELIa rKS&V$- BONDS 'H- u Cn Kilo S (IDo On the- Scpiare, Within Easy Reach -of Every where Let Us Renovate Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co 940-948 E. Romaua St. Phone 1515. MATINEES DAILY AT 2:30 P. M.; NIGHTS 8 P. M. ' THE TALK OF THE TOWN f H EARTS'OF.THE WORLD IS MORE THAN A PICTURE) t PLAY; IT IS A WORLD DRAMA; IT.COES STRAIGHT TOTHE HEART. IT IS THIS HUM AM QU ALITy.THATo MAXESiHE ARTSi OEiTHEWORLD AS BIO AS MANKIND? CHABLES DACNTOM RYEvTnW VorUi .- TjZeZSUEETESTjLOVE STORYiVR TO Lis vri r tti r"v n m itsi n c in fins iWWt Tin fY L U ,-M nsUPREMEfcTRIUMPHt -If vl 1 IXVr 1 ,J I Uli . CHICAOO PHILADELPHIA OCTMOIT SAINT LOUIS lOiTON CLIVf LAND -ALTIMOKS PITTSBURGH ' HASKINS & SELLS VZT CERTIFIED PUBUC ACCOU I AM I Cable Address -Haskseuus" SO BROAD STREET NEW YORK NIW ORLEANS CATTL CINVM ATLANTA WATERTOWM LONDON WE ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OP AN. OFFICE IN PHILADELPHIA. ON MAY .1, 1919. IN the Franklin Bank Building and the ap pointment op MR. Edmund C Gaose. C P. A. as Resident Partner. Has kins & Seuls NOTICE D. W- Griffith spent eighteen months in Europe during: 1917 1918 for the purpose of taking authentic material for a series of pictures, based on the -world war. It was distributed into four pictures: 'THE GREAT LOVE," "THE GREATEST THING IN LIFE," (both of which we had played.) One other picture, and last and BEST of all, his great story, the Grand Finale, "THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT HOME" i ITranhThmisand Horses ' 3 Sana ivotvTcf Airolanes 1 neeisorzeppfiins : iThDStfuctiqn of 0 ties, p 1 The Charee of theTanks F L ' Superb Musical Score by the Company's Own New York Symphony Orchestra of 15 US. GRAND JURY REPORTS 17MCMNTS INQUISITORIAL BODY WILL PROBABLY FINISH DELIBERA TIONS AND BE RECESSED TO DAY, SUBJECT TO RECALL. The Greatest Sensation Ever Scored in the Realm of Silent Drama. Better than "A BIRTH OF A NATION" 24 reels, 2 hours and 45 minutes of thrills. PRICES Matinees 55c-$ 1.10; Nights $1.10-$1.65 (War Tax " Paid). Seats on sale at Box Office. Mail or phone orders will receive prompt attention. MOBILE, PLANS TC WELCOME HOME RAINBOW SOLDIERS Mayor Sanders yesterday received a a urgent invitation to assist in Mobile at the welcoming home of the soldiers "f th, distinguished Rainbow division. Chairman lirace, of the Mobile commit tee, asked Mayor Sanders to extend to the people of Pensacola the invitation to attend the ceremonies, which are !o occur at a date probably next week, to be definitely announced later. The grand jury In the XT. S. district court, working In conjunction with Attorney Neeley, after having been in continuous session since the convening of court , Monday morning by Judge Wm. B. Sheppard, made its first re port yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, showing a total of 17 Indictments found to that time. The body continued its investigations until 1 o'clock when recess was taken until 10 o'clock this morning. The body will perhaps com plete its deliberations during the day and will be recessed subject to recall of the court.; It is understood that none.of the indictments so far found are of a sensational character. Following disposition of three or. four cases on the trial docket of the court with reference to which Assist ant Attorney Hoffman is conducting the prosecutions, recess was taken at noon until 10 o'clock this morning. it ? thought .nrobable that the busi ness of the term will be completed today or tomorrow. Charley Baker and Arthur Barnes, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to vio lating the postal laws, were each sen tenced to a term of nine months In the federal penitentiary at Atlanta, dur in? the morning session of the court yesterday. The case of Joe Eastman was continued. The three negroes were alleged to have been "engaged in the postoffice business in competition with Uncle Sam," at an Isolated point on the Marianna and Blountstown railroad. ; Clara Barbee pleaded guilty to vio lating the federal zone act, but sen tence has - not yet been passed by Judge Sheppard in her case. CARL ASHUKIAN PLEADS GUILTY GETS 4 YEARS ARMENIAN WAS CHARGED WITH HAVING BURGLARIZED THE I STORE OF RAY HARDWARE COMPANY. 8 P. M. 8 P. M. 20 S. PALAFOX oT. BETTER CLOTHES TONIGHT ... , i x THURSDAY, MAY 8th Lyceem Attraction Noi 6 - - ... - . . ... Lecture Hall First Methodist Church WRIGHT AND PALAFOX STREETS Hetty ane Diinaway Co A BIG SURPRISE IN A Dramatic aed Mesica! Play 10 CHANGES OF COSTUME v.-- SEATS . Except for those holding Season Tickets Adults . . . . 50c Children . . 25c Tickets' on Sale at Central Pharmacy and San Carlos Cigar Stand Carl Ashukian, Armenian, who was arested about a week ago on the charge of having burglarized the store of Ray -Hardware company, on lower Palafox street, one night last ween, after he is alleged to have secreted himself in a closet in the store where he remained until everybody had left the building, went before Judge C. Moreno Jones, of the county court of record, yesterday and entered a plea or guilty on two counts, that of grand larceny and breaking. He was sen tenced to a term of two years at the state prison farm on each count, mak ing a total of four years. The merchandise, including tools, auto tires, paints, etc.. found in pos session of the man when he was ap prehended as he was about to get away from the store with his auto truck load, was recovered. A letter received by The Journal from the defendant since he was in carcerated, evidences a pitiable spirit of Bolshevism, characteristic of the breeding of oppression, such as that of the plight of the Armenians under i urn. ruie. j The writer, in his broken English, i tells of his departure from the south European country of his nativity, five years ago, to save himself being draft ed into the service of the Turkish army under the government which he "hates." ; - He relates his escape to America and the numerous hardships experi enced in an endeavor, under extreme difficulties, to accumulate sufficient funds with which to secure transpor tation for his mother and sisters to this country and sets forth, among other things, that he was "cheated" out of money earned by the clearing of lands. He says he cleared about 100 acres of lands near Pensacola for himself and others. .The young Armenian had lived for some time near Olive, in this county and is understood to be in possession of a small farm there. '. . TODAY In the interest of the Victory Liberty Loan we will again present tothe public IfREE (12:30 noon) 'One Show Only) "THE PRICE OF PEACE" 5 Reel Government War Picture . . . Beginning at 2 P. M. we will show CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "The Road. Thru The Dark" V J- Doug Fairbanks In "Knocking Knockers" (With the old boy at his best) CHESTER CONKLIN" and LOUISE FEZENDA In Mack Sennett's New Comedy "THE VILLAGE SMITHY" Musical Attraction De Luxe ' . . Pipe Organ Solo "SEXTETTE" From Lucia DI Lammermoor, by Prof. A. C. Reilly, I c f- , "V"- . vW ioc-;oc Plus Tax " . ' - TOMORROW If you are tired of -artificiality and want a tear that you cannot restrain and a laugh that comes out in spite of you, don't miss this chance in which o- 666 has more imitations than any other Chill and Fever Tonic i he market, but no one wants- imitations.. They are dangerous! things in the medicine line. adv. Cutie beau tifuls only friend is the star above her head The phone rings and a hearty voice offers "Life, Wine, ie Dance" "Birght Lights", the life of which she had lived no other until that star went up. Did she go? See this vi tal story of today, of the Girl he Left Behind Him what was she battling while he was fighting the Hun. and was she faithful? . SEE THIS GREAT NEW RECONSTRUCTION PICTURE AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Special Musical Synchronization by GRAND ISIS AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA Prof. A. C. Reilly, director t il T in flnnp 51 52 2i e TODAY DOROTHY DALTON in "HARD BOILED" .atiar She . gives the small town cross in ' something tough to chew on. TOMORROW J "THE ROMANCE OF TARZAN ADD SIDE LINE DOPE .. .. Mass atheletics have reached the stage in the middle and upper west where ten universities in that section are to hold a mass athletic meet with 10,000 men engaged. The events are to be run against time standards and standard distances at the fields of the various colleges, each on its own lot. The meet comes off May 17-24. "Pon" Sanchez, of the Pensacola still a fast ball player.. His one-hand stab at Laird's liner last Sunday was the , feature of the game. Ensign Al Evans has gone to Mon tauk Point, but the "air station ball team "is still ready for action. Games are scheduled for Tulane and Spring Hill, of Mobile, both here and abroad. CJM!K?Ur ,T ,s WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Blip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Folev c' 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. 111., writing your name and addr clearly. 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