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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 19X9:
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Christ and the ehame of it are mirrored in mise en scene in what is said to be tht great est screen achievement of William Fox. "Salome," which " will have its first presentation in this city at the Isis theatre on Wednesday, is said to repro duce scenes of Old Jerusalem with a fidelity that, as a New LYork writer puts it, "brings to us, even as if waft ed ineffably by the sturdy branches of the forests of Lebanon, the scent and savor of a day when passions ruled uncurbed and might was right." This atmospheric play, to the lacalo of which no little new interest at taches on account o fthe recent occu pation by General Allenby and the British of the Holy City (in fact, the very portal through which the detach ment passed, the historic Jaffa gate, is pictured in the play), revolves, of course, around that fascinating yet fearsome personality, Salome, the siren of the scriptures, who suffered death under the spiked shields of men when horror broke her spell over them. The celebrated episode which' vlimaxed her wanton career, the Dance of the Seven Veils, is an opportunity which histrion ically as well as scienically, it . is na turally assumed is made the most of by the producer, J. Gordon Edwards. The settings of "Salome" are gorge ous in effect and gargantuan in size, according to architectural precedent, but it is also promised by the pro ducer that there will be no belittling or overshadowing of the dramatic interest of the story in consequence. .The rut 6 A '.IZ v - - m- MARY PICJCFORD At the Bonita Today. VIOLENT ; HEADACHES RELIEVED One. Hollan's Headache Tablet! Itf tone swallow of water! Presto! Head- .che's soon gone. That is usually ti pace, especially If the headache 1 of 4 hervous character from worry o prooding over trouble. Hollan's Head f.che Tablets have been & popular ant) eliable household remedy for - yearsj They may be taken with safety as pre; Scribed on the bottle. One' or two tabi Jets is usually enough to bring relie) In cases of nervous headache, feveif - neuralgic and rheumatic pains. A botj Hie of 24 tablets costs 30c at the drug itore. Insist upon the genuine. Ther ire none "just as good" as Hollan' jieadache Tablets. Adv. Y RIGHT ON THE CORNER of mere pageantry, it Is said, has been successfully avoided. The producer points to two factors which safeguard "Salome" against the common fault of other productions that strove for ef fect and thereby sacrificed atmosphere and dramatic unity. There are: Theda Bara's unrivalled aptitude for the de linenation of just such roles as the one assumed in "Salome" a veritable epic of "the woman scorned" and the in herent dramatic strength of the tsor which the director in charge of t. production, J. Gordon Edwards, tooK especial pains to conserve. Five thousand players were engaged for this super-picture. Eight hundred artisans alone were employed in re constructing for the usese of this pic ture the ancient city of Jerusalem, one of several historically correct replicas on a grand scale. Six months was consumed in the making and an entire circus was subsidized for a season to make available its menagerie for the bizarre scenes that touch the picture throughout as with a tropic brush. Salome's bath of costly marble and the palace of King Herod are tri umphant examples of Judean splendor. The peacock fountain in Salome's boudoir is reproduced after an old bib lical print and corruscates in a scene of loveliness never before approached on the screen, reports from Xew York declare. - William Fox spent $50,000 alone on five hundred, feet mirroring historical scenes in this master achievement m places at the rate of a hundred dol lars a foot. Pa'time, June 4 and 5 "Conquered Hearts," a' vehicle pe culiarly suited to the subtle appeal that is Marguerite Marsh's, will be the drawing card at the Pastime theatre on June 4 and 5. The story has an underlying foun dation of true character, is well rep resented and is replete with what amongst fans is known as genuine heart throbs. The choice of the star was a particularly happy one. She is supported by a most efficient cast, composed of Richard Turner. R. Paton Gibbs, Eileen Walker, Corine Uzelle, Emma Lowry, Harry Myers, Dean Raymond, Barney Gilmore, Frank Evans and Sheridan Tansey. Pastime Theatre. In De Wolfe's show the opening bill "Oh, Johnnie" is quite refreshing with its quaint dry comedy and while it treats of an old subject yet it handles it in a novel and pleasing manner, bringing out many very catchy situa tions. OUie Mae Cody in her singing is very good but we liked her best in her trio with Eleanor Hlte and Violet O'Neil which scored a hit with their audience. In the duet with Frank O'Xeil, Ollie Mae also made a decided hit. The honors of the evening go however to the saxophone, banjo and MRS. SANDS WAS .UNABLE TO DO HER HOUSEWORK Suffered With Rheumatism of " Her Hip. Prescription C-2223 Gave Relief Where Others Had Failed. Mr. W. E. Sands, Owensboro, Ky., Route 6, writes February 26, 1919, as follows: "My wife had been suffering with rheumatism of the hip for some time and after trying a number of reme dies without success, I saw Prescrip tion C-2223 advertised and had it recommended to me. After using one large bottle, my wife is able to be up and is now doing her own house work, which she was not able to do before taking this medicine. I think Prescription C-2223 a wonderful medi cine and want to recommend it to everyone suffering with rheumatism. I would be glad to have any one ask me about it." Prescription C-223 is giving relief to hundreds every day. 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I was so nervous and restless that I ierht. and would be I 1- t -r oiva tir mv Tiouse- !u wca& M. w ti " " work. "I tried all kinds of preparations, but nothing did me any good until I started taking- 'Tanlac. I began to feel better from the start and my appetite Improved so that I can now eat any thing that I want. . My sufferings are all over now, I can sleep like a baby, and get up in the morning feeling full of life and energy and able to do all ray housework. Tanlac has done so much for me that I am glad to rec ommend it to others." Tanlac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. (adv.) " guitar act of whose playing the pat rons seemed to never tire. The bal ance of the cast kept up their end of the performance in a very credit able way. The show is a decided im provement over the past offerings and is well worth seeing. The bill will lepeat today and tonight, changing Wednesday matinee to "Fun in a drug store", a musical absurdity replete with specialities. Liberty Theatre. Eddy Fords "Tomboy Girls" romp ed in on us with a bag full of good things in their opening bill "Oh, What a Liar," there is opportunty for a lot of good comedy of which the ex cellent company topk ample advantage. The show is well costumed and the chorus is capable. The singing of that marvelous lady bass singer Pearl Lacknei is as great as ever and Elsie Wright in her Spanish song "Sonora" fairly took the house by storm, she has a good voice of fair range and sweet ness. Mae Strobl in the blues songs acquited herself very well indeed and Eddy Ford gave us a fine rousing song as a finale "Fighting Navy". One thing with another Eddy has a good commendable show well worth anyone's going to see. They will repeat today and tonight, changing Wednesday mat inee to a very ambitious version of "The Three Crooks." "11th Commandment" Produced by Inee Showing at the Garden Today. The name of Ralph Ince attached to a production is a synonymn for ac tion action that does not depend upon mere coincidence, but upon sit uations lhat follow naturally and in evitably to a logical climax. "The Eleventh Commandment," produced by Ince and released by Ex hibitors Mutual, is the highest type of such productions as have made his name a synonym of excellence. This great producer does not depend upon physical effects for action, rather upon the conflicting emotional situa tions, and this is the true secret of his great success. Dora Chester, after a life of grief, with the stigma of a prison term, which had been unjustly thrown upon her by a scroundrel to whom she had been ensaered. is happily married fi nally to the lover whom she had re fused in the hope of giving her' moth er luxury which her fiance , had promised. In her moments of loving exultation she Is stunned by the reappearance of her former fiance, .who at the point of a gun threatens to expose her to her husband unless money is forth coming. In the next" room is the man she loves and to whom she owes everything. Before her is the one responsible for the stain on her life. And now her happiness is about to be blasted. She has never told her husband for she thought this issue would never be brought up. To yield is to preserve her peace of mind and her "husband's happiness. To refuse spells evident disaster. But in this crisis instinct overcomas logical .reasoning. She screams. Her husband enters. The truth Is out. All the pent-up emotions of years of un emrited misery find vent in eloquent protestation. , . Lucille Lee Stewart, who plays the part of Dora Chester, is an emotional actress of unusual ability, ' and rise3 to the occasion magnificently in this big role. r KEEPS THE FAITH dt!ou TIGHTNESS, WHITENESS and JRiJTT.c5ine1 tk RICH NUTRIMENT and PERFECT LEAVENING. , WELLLS-KAHN CO., Fensacola- (Si ' 'ours -rrsn A' - H! . : vj r- iTi k. i w- - SOUTHERN. Chattanooga at Mobile. Little Rock at Birmingham. Memphis at Atlanta. Nashville at New Orleans. NATIONAL. Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at New York. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. AMERICAN. Washington at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. POLICE CAPTURE ACCUSED ROBBER OF WHITE STORE Peter Garrett, a negro, 130 West Government street, was taken Into cus tody last night by Police Captain Har per, charged with the burglary- of the. store of A. Henry White" & Bso. Gar rett is ! said to have sold the ' stolen goods in the city, and the discovery of a hat, a shirt and two pairs of hose, said to have been sold by him under circumstances arousing suspicion, led to his apprehension. Captain Harper said last night he will recover more of the stolen proper ty today, and accomplices who were supposed to have operated in partner ship with Garrett, will be apprehend ed, it is expected. RUNNING SORES OF LONG STANDING CURED BY NUMBER 40 James Robinson, 821 Rowley St., Evansville, Ind., makes the following statement: "I suffered for five years with running sores from blood poison of long standing. I doctored with the best physicians and tried a number of advertised remedies but received no permanent benefit. My brother-in-law, R. Tadlock, advised me to try 'Number 40 For The Blood. 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New Orleans ........... 21 v 8 : .724 Birmingham ... ....... 17 13 .567 Mobile . - . 15 15 .500 Little Rock .. . ........ 12 ; 12 .500 Nashville , ............15 i 16 f .484 .-..iut . .......14, 16 .467 Chattanooga ......... H 16 - .407 Memphis . 9 19 , .321 NATIONAL V W. L. Pet. New York . . ......v.v.. .17 6 .739 Brooklyn . ............16 7 .696 Cincinnati . ............16 ? .640 Chicago . 12 13 .480 Philadelphia. ............ 9 11 .450 Pittsburg. ... 11 14 .440 St. Louis . 7 18 .280 Boston 5 15,. .250 i AMERICAN w. Chicago . ............20 Cleveland . ............. .IT New York...... .11 St. Louis . ... ......13 Boston . . 9 Detroit . ........10 i Washington . 8 Philadelphia 5 ; L. 7. 8 9 11 "i 15 14 16 Pet. .71 .650 .550 .542 A0O .304 .273 1 Side Line Dope. 1 Sg!g;!S!!g!gSig!glS!!gl MM M M IS S What we need is a weather man given each little guest as a souvenir, weather can be used by someone be sides duck hunters. ' 1 . O Protesting ministers are press agenting thfe Willard-Dempsey bout by calling it "A gladiatorial . contest worthy of the Roman arena." 15 IT not not 13c 2 for 25c Large Foil Package . jmvwi- mr M Mr 'jr r.M 1 r iimit iniimn jMn...r if '... , v Golf, Yachting, Boxing, PENSACOLA REGULARS SIGN STRONG CLUfi TU UFJiiN SUASUJN vv Manager Van ' Metre ; of the Pensa cola Regulars . has ; signed a husky bunch of ball tossers and the Regs will onen'the "bis: ball" season Maxent Park on Friday, June 6, with the Sample Shoe Store team of Mo bile, said to be one of the strongest clubs clubs in the Queen City. The Mobile . aggregation- will be here three days, Friday. Saturday and Sunday. In" the meantime, efforts are be ing made to get a game with the fast Naval Air Station team for Decoration Day afternoon. Manager Van Metre is in communication with Lieut Hender son but . has not received a deflnit3 answer as yet. The bleachers . at Maxent Park are being put in readiness and will seat from 400 to .500 persons. Until the grand atand is completed one of the bleachers will have a terporary cover. The diamond is undergoing repairs this week and will be in , good condition for Decoration Day.- Manager Van Metre announced last night that the Woodmen and Knights of Columbus will probably arrange to transfer their game to East Hill in order to give the Regulars a clear field for a contest Friday. 'James Laird, an old Southern asso ciation player, will handle the indicator at all Pensacola Regular games. Laird knows the game and doesn't stand for any foolish squabling on the field. Players already signed for the Regs include Weber, ". Lurton, Fulghum, Eagin, Graham. Sanchez, Brown, Ol sen, Grogan, aVn Metre, McVoy, An gelo, Hartman, Kent, and Albert Boni fay. ',:,';' 10? 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