THE. PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1919L
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The Pastime Theatre The Liberty Theatre
Today Thru Thursday Today Thru Thursday
De Wolfe's Show Girls Eddy Ford's Tom' Boy Girls
"Fun in a Drug Store" The Three Crooks
Lady Trio Funny Comedians
Good Chorus Banjo-Saxa- Pearl Lackner, lady basso,
phone and Guitar Playing .Elsie Wright, soloist
supreme. Good Singing Chorus
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
The Pastime Theatre
Will offer three series of 'pictures of extraordinary value
and merit, in addition to the usual comedy.
Mon. thru Tues. Wed. thru Thurs. Fri. thru Sat.
"The Ghost of Margaret Marsh A War Picture
Slumber in a thriller
and "The Scar" Hearts" Unbeliever"
Also a Comedy Also a Comedy And a Comedy
Musical Selections by Pastime Popular Orchestra. But
there will be no Tab Show. Popular prices will prevail.
Adults 20; Children 10c, including war tax.
Doors Open 2 p. m., Begins 2:15 p. m. -
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"BEHIND THE FRONT," AS PRE
SENTED BY HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS WAS PLEASING TO TWO
One of the successes of commence
ment week was the comic opera in
two acts. "Behind the Front," by Law
ton Mackall, which opened the festivi
ties for commencement week and was
given in the high schol auditorium on
the evenings of Monday and Tuesday.
The opera was given under the direc
tion of Mrs. Nita Osborne Benn, as
sisted by Mrs. A. C. Reilly, instructor
of dramatic art in Pensacola,
Captain Jack Bradford, a young Amer
ican officer George Calhoun
Herbert Scoop, a war correspondent..
Alphonse, a pacifist waiter
Hon. Otte Fischer, a Western Con
gressman Sigmund Solomon
Sergeant Mugs, a man of duty
.. .. Wallace Purdy
Dorothy Fischer, the Congressman's
.Daughter Lois McLellan
Mrs. Whoffin, matron of the Relief
Association Frances Moey
Madame Verve, a young widow and
proprietress of the inn . . Elinor Melton
Pe Cross Nurses Kathryn Wehmier.
Lucille PulHam, Marye Tryon, Ida
'. Meriwether. Ef f ie Lively. Gwendolyn
McLellan, Juanita Hancock, Isabel Mc
Lellan. Soldiers Jack Brown, Arthur Bowman,
Oliver Williams, Henry Hudson.
Chorus "News From Home." Capt.
Bradford "Keep Cool." Mrs. Whoffin
and chorus "A Man May Be a Little Bit
Too Cool." Scoop and chorus "Some
where on the Something." Trio, Scoop,
Mugs and Alphonse "Life Is Just the
Same Old Tune." Dorothy "A Sad, De
jected Maiden I. Finale "Is She a
Solo, "The Rose of No Man's Land,"
Red Cross Nurses "Our Healing
Gauze." Dorothy "I Want to Help."
Duet, Mrs. Whofin and Dorothy "I've
Watched Tou Very Closely." Congress
man and Chorus "If You'll Listen Like
a Dumb Thing. ' Alphonse and chorus
"Be a Pacifist.' Bradford "Change
Tour Name." Chorus and principals
"Oh, Dorothy. Please Pardon Us." Dor
othy "I Pardon Tou." Bradford "Our
Nuptial Pacts." Chorus "A Man May
Be a Littlye Bit Too Cool." Principals
nd chorus "Our Nuptial Pacts." Grana
finale, principals, chorus and soldiers
"Three Cheers for Freedom's Battling
THE CLOVER STUDIO
196 N. Palafox St.
The Place Where Kodax Finish
Is Well Done.
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PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES
WAS MADE BY JUDGE E. D.
BEGGS, SCHOOL BOARD CHAIR
MAN. Despite the inclement weather last
evening a large audience enjoyed the
splendid program arranged for tne
closing exercises of the A- V. Clubbs
grammar school, Miss Pauline Reese,
principal, held in the school auditor
ium at 8 o'clock.
Quantities of southern smilax ar
tistically arranged and extending
from the celling to the floor at the
back of the stage and potted palms
and huge bowls of blue hydrangea
placed on the platform a lovely set
ting for the bright youthful faces of
the members of the graduating class
Who were seated tkere.
After a few remarks by Miss Reese,
who introduced the speakers, the fol
lowing beautiful program was carried
Chorus, "March, March, March". .
Reading, "De Rochambeau and the
Rose" ........... Cornelia Edwards
Piano solo, "Comrades In Arms'...
........ Mabel Tyler
Chorus, "Pond Lilies" ... Grade eight
. Brent Watson
Chorus, "Our America" .
Song, "Doan Ye Cry, Ma Honey"..
Through the Year With Grade
Eight" ..Allen Gant, president of
Presentation of Helen Fisher mem
orial Medal to Hilma Kahn, of grade
five Prof. H. Clay Armstrong.
Presentation of certificates to grade
eight Judge E. D. Beggs, chairman of
the school board)
The following pupils of the School
rtftvtrl nrnmotion to the high
school and were awarded special cer
tificates for completion of the gram
mar school studies.
Leon Athev. D. D. Bennett, Warren
Connor, Frank Crosby, William Chad-
wick. Roberdean Geist, Allen Gant.
Joseph Harpen, Jones Hoyt, Robert
Howard, Maurice juhhsuh, isuu
Klatzko, Henry Laird, Chas. Henry
Levy, Drury McDonald, Thomas
McHugh, Frank Pericola, Hilas
Rawls, Bren.t Watson, Sallie Welch.
Mayer Zung, Leslie Kohler, i Olivia,
Avant, Agnes Amos. Edna Briggs,
Emma Brewton, Ruby Bell, Ed
na. Clark, Lois Carter, Clifford
mart. Audrey Crosby. Myrtle Cun
ningham, Elizabeth Davis, Inez DeLo-
nev. Annette Day. Lucy Davis, Cor
nelia Edwards, Wilbern Fallow. Matil
da Fleming, May Belle Gray, Elsie
Hoomes, Wilmer Hall, Leila Jacobson.
Ellen Kerle, Marguerite Layland.
Elizabeth Mackey. Mattie May McMil
lan, Alvera Oppenborn, Fannie Oliver,
Willie Pritchard, Marjorie Quina, Dor
othy Rice, Mary Louise Robson, Mar
ion Veldink. Mary Faranto. Nellie
Richards, Robina Shepard, Mabel Ty
ler. Christine vellinuve. Jeanette
Ward, Myrtis Williams, Mae White,
Annie Mav Way. Dove White. Mary
Williams, Erie Williams, Gladys Burns
Dorothy Sebiyn and John Palmes.
Open For Business
Go to the Pensacola Photo
Studio for every kind of photo
graphic work, Novelties, highest
grade portraiture, enlarging, ko
dak finishing, etc. Valuable
premiums given away to sitters
the first ten days.
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Over Cocorenes Confectionary
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Highest Grade Domestic Coal
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Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
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We do expert shoe repairing and
use best quality materials.
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All Kinds of Hauling
Heavy Hauling a Specialty
TAX MAY NOT
SENATE DIS-8ATISFIED WITH
HOUSE AMENDMENT PROVID
ING FOR DIRECT PAYMENT TO
(BY JOHN C. TRICE.)
Tallahassee, May 27. At one time
there was every assurance this legisla
ture would authorize the return of $30,
000 of automobile tax collected from
the pepole of the state in excess of
the amount justified by the acts of 1917.
according to the interpretation of . the
supreme court. But the prospect la
Hot SO crnrkrl now act it- nnpA W9 9..
j The senate first passed the bill and
sent it over to the house where an
amendment was added providing that
the money should be paid by the comp
troller direct to the people who had
paid it into his - office, and expressly
forbidding it to be paid to any agent
The senate refused to accept this
amendment, and asked the house to re
cede. The house refused. A confer
ence committee was appointed, and all
but one man on the committee, .of Bay,
recommended "that the house recede
from its position. This was resisted
by Mr. Futch, of Lake county, the
introducer of the amendment, and the
house stood by him by a large ma
jority. Mr. Busto, of Monroe county, sug
gested that another committee be ap
pointed for a further conference, and
that the senate be asked to meet with
them. This was done. In the selec
tion of the committee the speaker put
Mr. Hamblin, of Hillsborough, and
Mr. Futch, of Lake, on the committee
with Mr. Busto. It is believed to
be well known that Dr. Hamblin and
Mr. Futch are unalterable in . their
views so there is not much prospect
of the committee getting together
assuming that Mr. Busto will favor
the senates attitude.
Some take a different view, but it
is not thought by many others that
the house will refuse to stand by a ma
jority of Its own committee, inasmuch
as it has such fixed views itself. In
the meantime those who have money
coming back to them from the state,
which the state is anvious to pay,
are getting a bit nervous.
HIGH SCHOOL SET
The high school set will entertain
with their farewell dance in the San
Carlos auditorium on the evening of
Thursday, May 29.
Music will be furnished by a six
piece Jazz orchestra and dancing will
continue until a late hour. Chaperones
for the evening will be Reverend and
Mrs. John H. Brown, Mrs. W. S.
Brownson and Mrs. J. W. Kehoe. AH
those holding invitations to the Aero
nautic Country Club and high school
dances are cordially invited to attend.
The regular aeronautic dance held in
the auditorium every Friday night has
given way to this high BChool dance.
TO HELP THOSE
WHO LOST TOOLS
Ship Carpenter and Caulkers Local.
No. 815, will give an entertainment
at W. O. W. hall, Romana and Bay-1
len streets, the night of June" 5. The
proceeds of the entertainment are to
be used to assist the workmen who
lost tools in the fire at the Bruce
rry Dock company about ten days
It is conservatively estimated that
the loss sustained by the worker was
more than $1,000. The Ship Carpen
ters' Union has given $150 to help the
men, but this amount is not suffi
cient to make even a good start and
it is for this reason that the enter
tainment is to be given.
BUSY WEEK AT
Supervisor McNeir, of the federal
employment bureau, reports a busy
week in his office last week. Seventy
registrations were made, 17 being re
turned Service men. There were sev
en calls for help; 66 cases were re
ferred to prospective employers, 18
being service men; 78 men were
placed in positions, of whom 35 were
service men; 28 of the latter number
were transfers from other points.-.
This service was free to the men
benefited. Local pride is stimulated
by the fact that so good a work Is
being done for the industrial ad
vancement of Pensacola. A report
of the work of this department in
the state of Florida during the past
six months is being handed out by
Mr. McXeir, a copy of which Will be
MONEY TO LOAN
Am in position to loan on city
or county property, 'large or
. . as of wax, -With
a heart of stone,
With mouth and eyes and nostrils
That twitched, dilated, thrilled and
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A Theda Bars Super-Productoin
5,000 f LAYERS
Reconstructed in Its
the Historic Jaffa Gate to
Herod's Bizarre Palace
Splendors of the Most
of All Time Faithfully
She Danced, and
REVEL IN A RIOT
OF GORGEOUS EFFECTS
THRILL AT THE ART OF
BARA THE INCOMPARABLE
COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
THOS. H. INCE PRESENTS HENRY B. WALTHALL IN "FALSE FACES"
A Picturization of Louis Joseph Vance's Further Adventures of "The Lone Wolf" which Appeared in the Sat
' urday Evening Post.
MISS VILLAR IN
Miss Velma Villar, who with her
sister. Miss Carrie May Villar, was in
an automobile accident with M. A.
Cook and J. K. Armacost, warrant
machinists from the naval air station,
stated to the Journal last night that
accident happened shortly after 11
o'clock instead of atter midnight.
The young ladies , were but slightly
injured. Miss Villar said. Mr. Arma
cost was bruised about the face and
Mr. Cook sustained a dislocated hip.
The accident happened on the Baars
road not far beyond the hospital, and
was caused by the throwing of a tiro
as stated in yesterday's Journal.
SERVICE MEDAL IS
The awarding of the distinguished
service medal to Brigadier General
William C-Davis, U. S. A., Coast Ar
tillery Corps, "for exceptionally mer
itorious and distinguished services, is
the source of much gratification to
himself and friends. In command of
the artillery, Support of the Fifth
Corps in November, he rendered ser
vices of the highest order.- Through
his energy, intelligence and skill his
guns were ever ready for an emer
gency and to this the victories of the
Meuse .and Argonne Forest were in a
measure due the giving Strong ' sup
port of . the attacking Infantry. .
The above is of special interest to
Pensacolians as Brig. Gen. Davis was
commander of the military post here
for some time and has hostsof friends
in the city. .
General Davis was graduated . from
West Point in 1890, promoted to first
lieutenant, 1898, to captain, 1901, ma
jor, 1908. lieutenant colonel, 1914,
colonel. May 15, 1915, and brigadier
general December 17, 1917. He is a
graduate of the artillery school, 1896,
of the - school of submarine defense,
1903; detailed in the general staff
corps. 1910-1911. He commanded the
artillery support of the Fifth Corps
IT LTD A V
War Tax Included
IT On e
SORCERESS SUPREME OF THE SCREEN
HER G RE ATE
Saenger Amuse. Co.
OFFER IN G
Seven Veils Fluttered from Her Airily
FAR MORE DARING THAN CLEOPATRA-
Qllii i the Great Storm that Frightened the Mighty
9sJ lil J
CWp1 the Arms and Trappings of the Moving Soldiery Gleam
-Li-L and Glisten the the Eastern Sun '
Cl1 the Impressive Miracle Scene in Herod's Apart
1 THE GHETTO
AND A POLITE COMEDY
FROM 1:30 to 6 P. M.
IPerils off Tiianinicier
ALSO A BIG SURPRISE FEATURE
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
EXTRA ORCHESTRA MUSIC
ADULTS 13c, Plus 2c War Tax. CHILDREN 4c, Plus 1c War Tax
MUSIC BY GARDEN'S
in November, 1918, where his work
in supporting the advancing infantry
of the Meuse and Argonne Forest won
for him his citation. General Davir,
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SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE
REILLY'S ISIS ORCHESTRA
. AUGMENTED .
PYTHON OF PALESTINE
Sinuous, . Sleek, Seductive, She Twined
Herself About Strong Men and Crushed
Them, Heart, Soul and Body : : : :
S3 LF ciD
Historic Scenes Alone
(Guess What It Cost?)
A Circus Subsidized for a
Season to Make Available
Caravans of Camels and
of Elephants ; 2,200 Horses,
Sheep, Oxen, Goats,
BY TULLT MARSHALL . j
DAUGHTER OF MINE
"TOO MANY SWEETHEARTS"
ELSIE FERGUSON IN "HIS PARISAN WIFE"
" 1 ' J UI1L "-"""l,J!f 1 111 --.-.ii tm
OF THUNDER MOUNTAIN"
is at present in command of the 3?tf
Artillery Brigade, at Fort Hamilton.
N. Y., consisting of the 44th, 51st, an1
59th Regiments. C. A. C.
Admission, Gentlemen $1.00, Ladies
-,dc, including war tax.
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