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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL MONDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1919.
AMUSEMENTS Loveless Marriages Bad For Girls John Graves, bead of the great man ufacturing concern which bore hia name, loved Nedda Trevor, his secre tary but the secretary suffered no heart pangs for him. Nedda was a direct descendent of the Trevors, who were of great service to King Charles I of England hundreds of years ago.N How Nedda came near marrying the millionaire after all is shown in "Her edity." ,a World-Picture appearing at the Garden theatre today. When Xedda had reached her ;iine teenth birthday her appearance and at tractiveness made ihem all sit up and take notice. "Whenever she walked ihtough the workrooms of the factory all iabor was discontinued and the output of the manufacturing company was way btiow par. VVhen Nedda called upon htr em ployer to "help her in' her hour of need he replied fhat he could do so only !.s her husband. But Nedda lovod another and as all heroes do h-j came to the rescue and the picture ends happily ami thevillian gets his Bring the tamily it is a. picture for all. Dance That Upset Dynasty Forms Climax of "S'ome.'' After her wonderful cham. itera tion of "Cleopatra" it is x'.d that Tnofia Bara not unlike Alexander, yearned for more departed dynasties to make Insecure all over again and despaired of further opportunities, be cause of the costliness of such historic vampiring. ' But not so William Fox, the photo play fabricant. Like another . Moses, he crossed the Red Sea from Egypt Into the Promised Land, and proceed ed to picture the most dramatic period in the history of Jerusalem, during the last days of the Herods. " To Miss Bara, naturally, fell the role of the beautifuland baleful "Sa lome." and they say that she fairly revels in her Impersonation of the most sensational siren she has yet mir rored on the sc reen. The famous Dance of the . Seven Veils, with .which the scriptural siren wins from King Herod the head of John the Baptist in a charger, with action and mise en scene considered, forms the pictorial as well as the, dra matic climax of the story. It is said to be a fearfully fascinating exhibi tion of terpsichorean grace and dar ing, impelled by a thirst for revenge ' -on the part of "a woman scorned." . Those who know Theda Bara's un canny charm in such characters may imagine part of what to expect on Wednesday and Thursday , when "Sa lome" opens at the Isis, but it is promised that even thos j with the liveliest expectations are due fop an extra thrill or two on that occasion. Boy Expected, Bah! Girl Babe Arrived Major Milligan suffered a severe disappointment when his wife pre sented him with a girl instead oft a boy, for he had planned on a son to bear his proud name.' So they namde her Jamesina instead of ,Tamcs, and this was soon shortened to Jemmy. But she proved invaluable, finally saved the family from ruin, caught a spy in th-? textile work3 and. married a young anc' wealthy aviato-. Such is the plot, 'in a nutshell, of Shirley Mason's new Paramount picture, "The Winning Girl," which will be seen at the Isis theatre tomorrow. ' It is declared to be the most entertaining picture in which Miss Mason has ever been seen. Her portrayal of the role of Jemmy Milligan, a girl who works in a factory and does her bit for her country, is one of great dramatic strength and highly enjoyable. Niles Welch is her leading man and the sup port throughout Is of the best. 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- The peak of in corn foods 1 I I Nothing; LiK6 em Luscious the bif "feature of the" besC breakfasts and lunches! ! f ; .... SHIRLEV MASOM Niles Veich "Tlie Vlnnintf Oil' Isis Tomorrow. DOUGHBOYS BOX IN OLD KAISER v BILL'S PALACE Coblenz. May 3. (By mail) While Wilhelm frets away his ime and Count von Bentinck's patience in Holland, the Y. M. C. A. is conducting boxing bouts on the front lawn of one of his Khineland palaces for the training and diversion" of the doughboys . of the American Army of Occupation. A new "Y" hut. especially built for a boxing arena, has been erected right on top of the Imperial grass which he all-highest used to tread, in keeping his watch on the Rhine, and what's more, "Mike" Collins, of New York, and the American prize ring in gen eral, has been made seneschal of the imperially situated fight fest-halle. "Mike" is one of the most popular Y. M. C. A. boxing directors "in the Rhlneland and heis not letting the royal grass grow under "the feet of any of his doughboy pupils. The doughboys, too, are keeping the Heines busy dodging hot "flies." There ar- about ten div " ns of the A. E. P. in the Rhineland at present. In the First division alone there is a base ball league of 130 teams, which keeps not less than 2,000 to 2,500 men in actual play a number of afternoons each week. There is also a basketball team for each regiment making not less than eight teams fo reach division engaging more than 100 men in play daily. To Cure Habitual Constipation Take "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN- regularly for. 14 to 21 days. A Syrup Tonic-Laxative. Pleasant to Take. 60c. It Regulates. Adv. ARGENT CALL FOR WORKERS SENT OUT (Continued From Page One.) ing and personally solicit the busi ness interests and the men of affairs in their locality. The campaign com mittees have at last succeeded in rousing the interest of the big man ufacturers and it is believed that many large subscriptions from this source will be obtained before mid night Monday night. , Some of the largest contributions received to date in Greenville, S. C are from four of the largest cotton mills . in that state which subscribed $1,250 each; Captain James. W. Eng list, of Atlanta, $1,000; Coca Cola Co. of Atlanta, $500; W. Howard Troupe, formerly of Macon, now of Atlanta, $500; New Orleans-Furniture Co., $250; Gruenwald Interests, $1,500; Malson Blanche, New Orleans, $250; Exposi tion Cotton Mills, Atlanta, $500. It is believed that individual sub scriptions will spur others on to double their subscriptions and cause others to eive b'.j donations. excellence flakes aclasis ssio IF KIDNEYS ACT UTIE-SJLTS LSays Backache is a sign you have been eating too much meat, which forms uric acid. When you wake up with backache and dun misery in the kidney region it generally means you have been eating too much. meat, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood and they be come sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your, bowels; removing all the body's urinous waste; else you have backache, sick headache, dizzy spells; your stom ach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather Is bad you have rheuma tic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good, reliable phy sician at once or get from your pharm acist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonf ul in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days, and vr.nr iiMnevs will then act fine. .This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and has been used for genera tions to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids in the urine sj it no longer Irritates, thus end ing bladder weakness. Jad Salts is a life-saver for. regular meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot injure and makes a delightful, effer vescent lithia-water drink. KNIGHTS TROUNCE PENSACOLA REGS -' IN FAST CONTEST The Knights of Columbus team, un edr the management of Jack Bergln, trimmed the Pensacola Regulars by the score of 5 to 4 in a fast .exciting contest at Maxent Park yesterday aft ernoon. "A good crowd watched the game which was featured by fine box work and excellent fielding on the part of both teams. " 5? W GAMES TODAY a . W SOUTHERN Nashville at New Orleans Memphis at Atlanta, Little Rock at Birmingham. Chtatanooga at Mobile. NATIONAL Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at New York. Cincinnati at Philadlephia. AMERICAN Washington at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. SOUTHERN. W. L. Pet. New Orleans 20 8 .692 Birmingham . .w IT 13 .567 Nashville 15 15 .500 Mobile 15 15 .500 Littje Rock . . . . 12 12 .500 Atlanta . ....14 15 .483 Chattanooga 11 16 .407 Memphis 8 19 .296 NATIONAL W. L! Pet. 16 6 .727 15 7 .682 15 9 .625 9 10 .474 11 13 .458 11 13 .458 7 17 .292 5 14 .263 New York Brooklyn V. . . . Cincinnati . . . . Philadelphia . . Pittsburgh . . . Chicago St.-Louis . . . . Boston ....... AMERICAN W. 19 16 11 12 9 10 8 4 L. 7 8 8 11 12 14 13 16 Pet. .731 .667 .579 .522 .429 .417 Chicago . . . . Cleveland . . . New York St. Louis ..... Joston . . ............ Detroit . . Washington . . . ...... .381 .200 Philadelphia . . . siigaiisiisiisisiisi M YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 3? 55 ' - 3? k m s m iisisiiiiisirs SOUTHERN At Mobile, 2; Chattanooga, 0. At Camp Jesup: Atlanta, 4; Mem phis, 14. At New Orleans, 4-6; Nashville, 0-0. NATIONAL At New York, 5; St. Louis. 1. At Brooklyn, 5; Pittsburgh, 0. Others not scheduled. AMERICAN At Chicago, 6; TVashlngton, 5. At Cleveland, 3; Boston,v2. At Detroit, 3; Philadelphia, 2. At. St. Louis, 6; New York, 5. ggSSIIiigI3lig g. Side Line Dope. a 23 - H Y. M..C. A. headquarters has an nounced that the Naval Air Station is to receive $392.87 from the United War Work Fund for athletic supplies. The Air Station has never suffered for lack of funds, the profits of their ship's store furnishing them with plenty of the wherewithal to get sup plies. The Little Old Twilieht w. looks like one of those "here soon" af fairs. All the old bovs are disnrfni?- nut thair rear and ettinsr in shaoe. Compare the Sftamid. Tubes, system, E., i i 1 i in. : r...-.....- , .. , I GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO. BLUE LABEL COFFEE, np. per can uC Phone 2027 Garden and DeVillier FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear North Palafex. Just Abov Ula Thaatra Ask for the Union Label On Y?ur Sign Wrighton the Sign Man 11 E. Intendencia FORCHEIMER iC3 FASHION SHOPj "TTia Stora for Woman' EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY-TO-WEAR AND MILLINERY REED'S "BETTER BREAD" 'or Sale by , ALL FIRST CLASS STORES ftEED& SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Streets of Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup 6,000 Mile Fabric and Cord Tires with prevailing schedules of ordinary 3,500 mile tires and those of any other make carrying equal mileage warranties. 'v c Price Schedule Effective May 12th: I mmmmmmm V Vacuum Cup Vacuum Cup Tnn Ttfnw Size 6,000 Mile 6,000 Mile tk Fabric I ires Cord 1 ires 30x3 16.55 " 2.70 '30x '3K - 21.20 26.85 3.15 32 x 3& 24.95 .38.35 3.45 31x4 V s . 33.35 - 4.70 32x4 33.95 48.70 4.75 33 x 4 35.85 50.05 4.90 34x4 36.50 51.35 5.05 32x454 47.20 54.90 6.10 33x454 49.10 - 56.35 6.20 34x454 49.50 57.85 6.30 35x454 x- 51.50 59.20 6.35 36 xT454 52.05 60.70 6.50 33x5 60.30 68.55 7.25 35x5 63.45 71.90 7.60 36x5 64.65 7.70 37 x 5 66.75 750 7.90 Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires and "Ton Tested under an economical and perfected zone selling are marketed by responsible dealers at WiOTPM OTP AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of PensacoTa CAPITAL STOCK Paid in $500,000 LEE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox St. Phone 1674 READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yoa . Will Find It Hero 9 and J I South Palafox Street Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. WOOD WOOD Escambia Wood Yard WE HAVE IT ' The'Kind That Burns $1.50 and $2.00 a load Mew Met Prices Standardized Net Prices Uniform Throughout the United States 6000 -MILE TIRES PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER COMPANY, JEANNETTE, PAi PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY. The Home of Exide Battery Service. 30 S. Palafox. Phone 345. E. O'BRIEN MOTTA TEACHER OF VIOLIN Studio, No. 212 W. Cervantes St. Phone No. 13 Partridge Insurance Asrency Now Located at Room 405 Amercan Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phono 291 Fire, Accident, Health, Life, Liability, Automobile. Court Contracts and Surely Bonda. Will C. Diff enderf er Jeweler Optician 14 South Palafox Street Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For -Rst "d Neatest Work in Repairs. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street. : Phone 2032 JACKSONVILLE BRANCH 502 W. Forsythe Street Speedometer Service Station Specialists on Speedometers Vacuum Tanks, Horns and V Spot Lights 19 East Garden Street j Phone 333 j . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP I Shoe Repairing Quickly Done, Work called for and delivere Guaranteed work at fair price 431 West Belmont Street - Phone 932. HARRINGTON MOTOR CO 105 N. Palafox St. Distributors for Maxwell Chalmers Automobiles ! Maxwell Trucks. . JOHNSON & FREDERICKS Painting, Paperhanging Decorating 16 West" Government Street Phone 534