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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1919; o)f?nr WITH ' - -- - -- - - Oj.n J Z- V UTU ' S2.3S PER (EAD-D-dPRl RIGHT AT RAYS dDDSRJE ' RIGHT ON THE CORNER E Here They Come Here are the heat dispellers a pot of Tetley's Tea, a jolly fat lemon and a chilling, tinkling piece of ice. They're the "makings" of the coolest, most refreshing glass of iced tea you ever drank! Tetley's Teas are blended from 15 or more teas from the world's finest tea gardens. They are carefully packed to protect the strength and flavor. Make some iced tea from Tetley's clear Orange' Pekoe 1 TET LEV'S TEA W. B. Ferriss, President E. R. Ferris, V-President Roland E. Lee, Secretary PENSACOLA MANUFACTURING COMPANY 205 East Main We Sell Lumber, Shingles, Composition Roofing, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Screens Do Shop Work Phone 637 CLASSPLAY BRINGS OUT LARGE CROWD EVENT PROVED ONE OF MOST SUCCESSFUL AND POPULAR EVER PUT ON HERE BY THE SENIORS. . GTLFILLAN SCOTT Trains Cor.jrt Fianists, xeachers and Beginners. Half Hour Lesson, Two Dollars , Kegular Weekly Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar; The Clutter Music House. Phone 15. HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D. "Only the Best" 212 South Palafox Street Phone 846 "EVERYTHING IN DRUGS" ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The . business world wants expert help. Let us train you. Pan American College PHONE 51 274-289 BRENT BUILDING It was a crowded house that greet ed the play given by the Senior class in the high school auditorium last night and the display of well trained natural talent and art beautifully expressed elicited repeated applause. (With Mrs. A. C. Reilly as director the play could be no other than a perfect success and the music fur nished by the high school orchestra was all that could have been desired. In act 1, when the curtain rose on a beautiful scene when eight of the Senior girls, dressed in the quaint and lovely costumes of the period, danced one of Paderewskl's peculiarly grace ful and beautiful minuets, the au dience gave vent to their admiration and enthusiasm in round after round of applause. Following this, quite a , different note was introduced when an amusing comedy, "A Pair of Lunatics," was announced. The leading parts were taken by Craighill Brown and JJiss Mary Marshall Wright. The rare tal ent possessed by them was given full range in their respective parts and the delightfully clever manner in; which they went through one comical situa tion after another kept their audience convulsed in mirth. . The action took place In a small rom Off assembly room of Dr. Adam's asylum for feeble-minded and insane. The story opened with the musings ! of Capt. Fielding, (Craighill Brown) 'who came to the room for relief from a lunatic ball to which he had been Invited. He dozed off to sleep and Clara Manners, (Mary Marshall Wright) comes In. She, too, had been to the ball, and she wanted a rest. The captain wakes and discovers her. She thinks him one of the inmates, and humors him by acting demented. He thinks her insane, and takes the same attitude toward her. Clara me to go off. but he detains her. She decides to impersonate ''Ophelia." thinking she will soothe him. He knows some of Shakespeare, so he tries to keep up the fun, but becomes all mixed up. She faints, however, from uneasiness, and he thinks that he has succeeded in quieting her. She soon comes to, and determines to 1 make love to him. She faints again, and he thinks he has hypnotized her. He goes to call Dr. Adams to bring her to, and she recognizes the name. The captain sees Clara's name on a letter and reads it aloud. They make themselves known, and the play end3 happily. ' A fitting close to the play came In act 3, when a beautiful patriotic mov ing tableaux in which the entire Senior class of about seventy girls and boys took part, was presented. A high expression of art with clever original ity and great artistic beauty found its response from the large audience in hearty and continued applause. With military-like precision groups of Red Cross girls, yeomanette, sol diers and sailors changed positions on the stage, giving a most realistic effect of a moving tableaux. Adding greatly to the wonderful effectiveness and beauty of the scene were repre sentatives of different nations In na tive costumes, Seated on steps In pyramidical form with Uncle Sam and Columbia as the central figures. Com ing as a wonderful climax was when "Peace," symbolized by a large, beau tiful white dove, personified byAga tha Borchgrevink, descended and set tled in the. center of the stage. The play proved to be one of the best and most successful ever put on by a Senior class, and Mrs. Reilly and those taking part were warmly congratulated on . the successful crowning of their efforts. Those taking part In the minuet were: Boys Carlisle Bliss, Margrethe Borchgrevink, Onieda Hoyt and Grace Jacobsen; girls' parts Marjorie Pierpont, Ruth Pfeiffer, Ruth Ballard and Lupah Thomas. Those - taking part in the tableaux were: ( ' V Red Cross Girls Mary Beggs, Marie Born, Evelyn Lewis, Francis Morey, Amelia Zirklebach, Ida Wilhelmi, Pau line Gander, Vistera Jones, Louise Jameson, Mayme Abrams, "Dorothy Burrow, Irma Dewberry, Mary Holt. Isabel McLellan, Mary Thorn, Adele Berlin. . - Yeomanettes Gladys Vaughn, Bea trice Brown, Margaret Brown. Mer cedes Cafiero, Dorothy Friederichson. Mathilda Gear, Maude Hardy, Elinor Melton, Florence Helmke, Ida Merri wether, Mildred Voris, Joyce Wilder, Hazel Williams. Nations Represented England, Ef fie Lively; Italy. Bertha Goldsmith; France, Amelia Berlin; Japan, Nellie McConnell; China, Janice Kahn; Bel gium, Beth Bronson; Scantlanavia, Bessie Brown; Spain, Dorothy Holmes, Russia. Martha Penn; Greece, Thelma McMillan; Uncle Sam. Chandler Roz ear; Columbia, Dorothy Hess. Soldiers Claude Kugelman, Craig hill Brown, Sigmund Solomon, Oliver Williams, Wallace Purdy, McHenry Jones. Sailors Alex Olsen, Harold Jones, Edward Lurton, Chandler Rozear, Frank Beovich, George Oliver. . i 1 ' - - ti H n .... .a -.: I, A i , : HEiJKV VALTHALliTHE FALSE JJCS' Based on the Thrilling " Adventure of "The Lone Wolf," Showing at Isis Today and Tomorrow. HERBERT J. DRANE SEEKS APPOINTMENT ADDITIONAL, JUDGE BY GEORGE H. MANNING. Washington, D. C. May 29. Con gress Herbert J.. Drane, of Florida, has introduced a bill in the house di recting the president to appoint an additional judge for the United States for the Southern District of Florida, who shall reside in that district and Whose salary, duties and power shall be the same as the other judge of the district. "The False Faces" Based' on Vance's ; Popular Romance. Louis Joseph Vance, who wrote "The False Faces," which recounts the further adventures of the now re formed "Lone Wolf," and which was picturized by Thomas H. Ince as a Paramount-Artcraf t special feature, is one of America's most popular novelists. His . stories are read with avidity by all who care for action, swift moving plot, character dllena- tion an dintricate happenings. . Among his more popular stories. aside from "The False Faces,'! which appeared recently as a serial in the Saturday Evening Post, may be named "The Lone Wolf," "Joan Thursday," "The Destroying Angel," "The Black Bag," etc,' etc. His books are usually among the six best sellers. They have, however, more real character ' than most popular novels, because the writer is an artist as well as a gifted romancer. ' " ' This picture, directed by Irvin Wil lat, will be seen at the Isis theater today. The star is Henry B. Walthall, one of filmdom's most popular actors, who won fame by his splendid "work: in "The Birth of a Nation," ' the David W. Griffith masterpiece. ' Announcement I am located at 515, American National Bank Buildingy where I will engage in the general practice of law. H. J. MACKEY. A bill directing the secretary of war to mark the site of the battlefield known as "Dade's Massacre," in Sum ter county, preserve and care for the same and erect a monument at or near Webster to the memory of Major Francis L. Dade and the other- sol diers who fell at that point in battle with the Seminole Indians under the famous chief, Jumper, on December 28, 1835, was also introduced by Con gressamn Drane. Mr. Drane also put in a bill to ap propriate $75,000 for a site and erec tion of a postoffice building at Clear water, Pinellas county. To Cure Habitual Constipation Take "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN regularly for 14 to 21 days. A Syrup Tonic-Laxative. Pleasant to Take. 60a It Regulates. Adv. Miss Lilla McKinley will open her summer school Tune 2nd, 1919 at 622 7th Ave. Particular attention will be given in studies where pupils have failed during- the winter. 9543 Men Fought For Her Love. Two men foughrt for me love of Cora, a beautiful Spanish adventuress who was .3 calculating and relentless as she was beautiful. They were valdez.. her former favorite, and George Reynolds, a young American. These men met In a duel in the Latin-American country where Cora lived. Valdez was slightly wounded and Keynolds took Cora with him back to America where he established her-in. a little cottage. But:. Cora's love for Reynolds . was no mere constant than her love for Vakiez. When she tired of Reynolds she threw him aside for Caryl Haskill, who was supposedly Reynold's best friend. Haskill was immensely wealthy, and his money appealed to Cora. Later when Haskill . lost his money Cora accidently ran Into Reynolds again. She declared that he fvas the on!- man she had ever loved and-she tried to est Keynolds away from his wife, whom he loved devotedly. 1 '.; This a bare outline of a part of the tense, emotional and immensely Interest ing story told in "The Scar the new World Picture, starring Kitty Gordon, which Is scheduled for showing Monday and Tuesday at the Pastime theatre. Supporting Miss Gordon in this produc tion is a remarkable cast. rving Cum mings appears as leading mnn in the role of George Reynolds. Eric Mayne, FranK farrington and other ramous-' flim favor ites appear in important roles in the cast. sent "The Ghost of Slumber Mountain." This is a one-reel super-feature that never In the history of the motion pic ture has there been seen Its equal for originality and novelty, ir it were pos sible to look back a million years one would be able to see the counterpart of the interesting subject matter of this extraordinary one-reel pnoto entertain ment. The gigantic animals that lived at , that time have been re-created and are shown aa they lived, as they foraged for food and fought. If the famous water-hole picture shown in Paul Ralney's African hunt attracted world wide atten tion then the thrilling rignts between the monsters who lived when history was but in the beginning must exact a higher toll of public attention. Never in the life of man has there been the equal of this wonderful exposition or animal life as it existed in prehistoric times as is shown in "The Ghost of Slumber Mountain.' The most- noted archaeologists of America vouch for truthfulness ot tne scenes and the genius of Herbert Dawley, who has given us this , wonderful , picture, is es tablished for all time to come. ROUTINE TAKES UP MOST OF A DAY IN SENATE THIS BRNCH IS WORKING AHEAD OF HOUSE AND DON'T HAVE TO RUSH IN THE HEAT. BY HERBERT FELKEL. Tallahassee, May 29. Well up with its calendar, the Senate yesterday ground away during the forenoon and after lunch till 5:10, but did not hurry waiting for the house to catch up. A communication was read from th-3 Tampa Rotary Club asking the legis lature to meet the federal aid of ap proximately three million dollars for good roads, to pass the bill brought in by the special committee appoint ed at the extra session, and to do something or,Florida regardless of the private political ambitions of any one man. ' - When the letter, which was couched in strong and unmistakable language, as read. Senator Mac Williams said, "If this legislature "is to go down in history for anything it "will be for Its ''The Unbeliever" "I am only sorry thai every man, woman and child in the city did not get to view this wonderful picture. "In . my estimation it is a far better after the war" picture than it was before, wuile we were still fighting. v Many of my patrons preferred it vo Hearts of tlie World, and I endorse it l.sartlly." H. H. Holdri'dge, Zenith Theatre. Shenandoah, Iowa. Coming to Pastime theatre June 6 and 7. '' WORLD MOVES v - . AUDITS - m fc C0ST SYSTEMS R. T.RAINES Public Accountant Auditor American National Bank Building. Peasacola, Fla. McCaskill Block. IeFuniak Springs. Fla. INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER Purity1 Economy & Efficiency are typified in RISING SUN 'KSFSSKg' 'FLOUR It means nutritious Lakins, palatable and easily digestible. WELLES-KAHN CO.. Pensacola, Fla. mm i Marguerite Marsh In "Conquered Hearts" It will win popular approval because the lesson it promotes is morally sound. There 13 seldom better photography shown. . The picture can boart of a splendidly thrilling fight, and of dance hall scenes and briliant parties. There are plenty of contrasts shown in the slum, districts and th homes of tne ultra-fashionable, all of wnich make a most colorful back ground for the story. Y. Exhib. Trade Review, April 27. ?, "Conquered Hearts," In which Mar"' rite Marsh is starring. Is a nuKnty r5i&r etory well told. H. Underbill, N". T. Tri bune, April 12. : Marguerite Marsh registers on the camera- lens a picture that has the same subtle attraction that a Fisher or Gibson head has when . seen nustrating one of the late Richard Harding Davis' short masterpieces of contemporary fiction. "Conquered Hea rts" a hit. The author has appreciated what the human, heart-interest e-ement means to ward heightening the entertaining value of a screen drama, and hah seen to It tha-t a firm foundation of tnis material has been supplied. Motion Picture News, April 27. At Pastime June 4 and 5. Most Remarkable Picture Ever Filmed. An attraction that postively contradicts the statement so often used "there is nothing new under the sun" will be shown at the Pastime theatre on Monday ana Tuesday when World Pictures will pre- FO&UD ITU LONG; STRIDES Peace Has Its Victories No Less Than War Science Robs Cal omel of Its Nauseating Quali ties. . "Calotabs" the New . Name. " WORLD ... ... ............ ... ..... Here is good news for the sixteen hundred; millions of people in the world who have livers to be cleansed, systems to be purified and biliousness constipation and indigestion to be cor rected. Calomel, the most successful liver medicine, has been robbed of its griping, and nauseating effects. Calotabs, the new name, makes calo mel taking a real pleasure. In ; future , ask your drnire-sf r. .Calotabs, the de-nauseated calomel tablet. He is authorized to refnnd the 'price, if you are not "perfectly de lighted" with Calotabs. One tablet on the tongue at bedtime, with a swallow of water that's all. No taste, no salts nor unpleasantness of any kin4. , You wake, up in the morning feeling fine, with a hearty appetite. Eat what you please and go about your work, no danger. The genuine Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed packages nvr n bulk. Price thfrtv-fu-a j constructive good roads legisianJ tnereiore, l move mat this commn- cation be spread upon our Journal ine motion carriea unanimously. The usual bill to fix the saiar of the members and attaches of & legislature was Introduced by seai. Baton, chairman of the legislative penee committee, who succeeded having the rules waived and the v advanced to second and third ta ing, passed and certified to the ho'js The pay of the members is fixed ej ,six dtolars a day for sixty days, s& ays and holidays being counted, ft la ' as in the past, The attaches, tc will be paid practically the same aa former sessions. The house having refused to agr to the senate amendment to the V amending the act under which the : B. Broward drainage district created in 1917, which amendment iy lated to the personnel of the coir missioners, the senate receded from : and the bill will go to the govern as soon as it is , enrolled. The president today signed the Lee county game bill which passed ho nouses alter creating more or ki discussion.? Senator Malone tday moved to r consider th vote by which the sena on yesterday passed the house loc bill toy, Repiesentative Perry maki it unlawful to drive cattle over t; asphaltic or bituminous surfa roads of Lee county. The motion we: over till the next day. Sehator'Moore moved to reconsii the vote by which the senate yesterd indefinitely postponed the house t providing for punishment of perso who with intent to defraud, obta: money or other thing of value On contract or promise to perform laic A number of important general b: were advanced from second to th reading. . Waiving its rule the senate pa the Carlton bill to provide for sa'e to life and property in the construct! and use of steam boilers, authorizir a state board of engineering exar iners to adopt rules and regulatlo:. for use of boilers, the same to be ur form with those of other states in c dore to provide for the interchange boilers between states and defining t powers of such state board of engr eering examiners. Senator Lowry succeeded in waivir the rules and passing the bill t the relief of Z. S. Crump for loes compensation during his suspensi; from the office of JJeon county cor mlssioner The Roland bill donating certa supreme court reports and other Is books to the law college of the Ur. versity of Florida was passed line waiver of the rules when it was rear ed on second reading. Senator Malone's bill directing t commissioner of agriculture to pr: and distribute gratis the field no of the surveys of the state was : definitely postponed upon motion Chairman Baker, of the agrlcultu: committee, which had reported the t unfavorably, The house bill to give "Miami a other cities a, 'better water supp was informally passed over becau certain amendments to the measi; had been misplaced Senator Crosby succeeded In pass! his bill providing that prisoners Bf fenced to Raiford or the hard roa ehall not remain in jail more th 48 hours before being taken awsy begin serving time. The present t fixes the time at five days. It a substitute for the original billth passed after a motion to indefitfc postpone, made by the chairman the committee unfavorably report; the - measure, had failed to carry - By motion of Senator Anderson,: general revenue bill was made a 5; cial order in the senate for FriC afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. 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