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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1919.
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Wolf, and her sister, Mrs. Edward Lipper, s of Houston, Texas. This is Mr. Wolf's first visit to Pensacola but Mrs. Lip per has visited Here previously and has numerous friends in the city by whom she and her father are being extended a most cordial welcome. Miss Vera Keller leaves tonight for Spartanburg, S. C, where she will at tend the commence ment exercises of j Converse college which became he j Alma Mater when she graduated in 'I I ! with a B. Ms. degree. After enjoy insr the delightful round of commence - ment gayeties at Converse she go to New York City where she took vocal study last summer under Madamo Renard and Will spend the remainder of the summer there with her aunt, Mrs. Louise Rogers. , Friends will be glad to learn that "Billy" the bright little son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Welles is reported as much improved after having been quite ill at his home on East Cervantes street. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Breen left yes terday for Chipley and De Funiak Springs, Fla., where they will speiJ the week with friends. Miss Agnes M. McKinna, social worker for Escambia county, leaves today at noon, for Century, Fla., where she goes in connection with her work. Speedometer Service Station Specialists on Speedometers Vacuum Tartlss, Horns and Spot Lights . 19 East Garden Street Phone 333 FEED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN3 915 American Bank Bldg. Phone 912. NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladiee' ulU, Dresses, Skirts, Blouse, Hosiery and Hate. Alto fine Shoe Repairing. 82 Eeet Wriflht. Phone 441. Cylinders Regroimd Oversize Pistons, Rings and Pins fit ted, all Cylinders Ground on Jleald Grinders. Prices reasonable. Rrniyan Company Pins and Jefferson Streets P. O. Box 236. .. .. Phone 420 Pensacola, Fla. CARY&CO. Highest Grade Domestic Coal Order now for Winter Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 CYCLES , New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson -Biggs Co. "Home of the Dayton" 24 South Palaf ox Street ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. Palafox and Gregory Streets Phone 415 Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say I'll Do, I Will Do. Second Floor, Masonic , Temple, Pensacola. -Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE E. O'BRIEN MOTTA TEACHER OF VIOLIN Studio, No. 212 W. Cervantes St. Phone No. 813 CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 - Mrs. Rothermel spent the week-end at Pensacola visiting' her husband and Mrs. J. P. Mix and family; while there she witnessed the launching of the ship "Escambia" from the Pensa cola ship yards, where Mr. Rother mel Is employed in the warehouse store room of the yard. She also had the privilege of eating dinner at their "immense "help your self" cafeteria, where they feed thousands every day. She also went through a German submarine, which was in port there, it was the UB-88, and has the record of sinking sixteen steamers. Bay Minette Times. Mr. and, Mrs. B. W. Jernigan, of Birmingham, and Mr. and Mrs. James C. Walts, of CarryVille, -Fla., are among guests stopping at the San Carlos. Mrs. Hal Brosnaham has returned home after visiting in Magnolia, Miss;, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mentz., M. J. Savalle, manager of the Hin man Co., near Bluff Springs, Fla., irft spending several days in town on bus iness. ...' MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY - TO - WEAR GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and DevIIIiers Streets J. P. REMICH & SONS The Store That Satisfies" Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 A number of his friends celebrated the occasion of his 16th birthday with Charles Mayes yesterday when a swim ming party with a picnic supper served afterwards at Bayview was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Elebash. of Selma, Ale., are visiting for several weeks in the city and during their stay are mak ing their home at the San Carlos. C. W.- Lamar will leave Sunday to attend commencement at Princeton next Week when his son. Lieutenant Lamartine V. Lamar 5-(senior grade) graduates with an A. B. degree. After commencement week he will be joined in Xew York by Misses Anna Lamar and Doris Merritt who are attending the Hartridge school, Plainsfield, X. J and by his younger son, Charles Lamar who is attending the St. Paul school, New Hempshire. They will accompany him home coming by way of steamer of Jacksonville stopping to visit points of . interest enroute. DID YOU SLEEP WELL LAST NIGHT ? You would have with "SKEETER RUN" to protect you. PER CENT REBATE On ell Cash Purchases. Save Your Coupons. HAMILTON RUSSELL "ONLY THE BEST" "EVERYTHING IN DRUGS" I 212 South Palafox Street. Phone 848 BATHING COME AND EN JOY YOURSELF DANCING AND ROAD INN, ACROSS THE BAY DANCES 4 Nights Each Week-4 Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Friday Music by.. Seven-Piece Orchestra Boats leave City Wharf, Palafox Street, daily at 2:30 p. m., 7:30 p. m.and every 2 hours Saturdays and Sundays, com mencing at 8 a. m. Who Slew Schuyler? "Vicky Van?" Mystery I How a woman, wife of a wealthy New Yorker, passed through a secret door into the next house and there assumed a different name, 'appear ance and personality, is partly the story, of "Vicky Van," a new Para mount . picture, starring Ethel Clay ton, which will be seen next Sunday at the. Isis theater. The big problem is the death of Randolph Schuyler, husband of the heroine. Who killed Schuyler? "Vick Van?" You will know when you've seen the picture.' . Carolyn , Wells wrote the story. You will remember her for other novels such as "The Curved Blades," "The Golden Bag," etc. She is a prolific and talented author of mystery tales. Marion Fairfax made the adaption and Robert G. Vignola directed the picture. Ethel Clayton is said to be at her best in a sort of dual role. The cast is also declared to be excellent. Noah Beery has the important role Schuy ler a semi-heavy part, which de mands much fine acting. Paramount has given this picture a wonderful metropolitan setting and it is declared to be one of the most effective things Miss Clayton 'ha done since her entrance into motion pictures. Carpenter's Play is Picturized for , Marguerite Clark. O delightful story in every respect, "Three Men and a Girl." Marguerite Clark's Latest Paramount picture which will be shown at the Isis theatre today and tomorrow, is based upon Edward Childs Carpenter's stage success, "The Three eBars," which was produced at the Empire theatre. New York, in October, 1917. The theme deals with three men, all of them woman haters, and a vivacious girl who, to escape an odious marriage, finds refuge in the summer camp where the men had. gone ; to escape women. One of these, Christo pher Kent, is pursued by a woman, while Julius Vanneman, a violinist hates womenkind because he was jilt ed. Dr. Henry oFrsyth, the third of the bears, as Sylvia Weston, the girl, calls them, is the self-constituted guardian of the others. When Sylvia escapes from her home to avoid wedding an old man and finds refuge in a summer camp where the three woman haters are living. When they return, they find her asleep curled up on a couch. They are ex tremely annoyed and Sylvia terms them bears and leaves them to take up with her nurse. "The Unbeliever." , "I am only sorry that every man, woman, and child in the city did not bet to view this wonderful picture. "In my estimation it is a far better "after-the-war" picture than it was be fore, while we were still fighting. Many of my patrons preferred it to "Hearts of the World", and I endorse it heart -edly." Mr. II. II. Holdridge, Zenith Theatre, Shenandoah, Iowa. At Pastime theatre today and tomor row. . - i r ite will to i Marguerite Clark in "Three Men and a Girl" at Isis Theatre Today 1 .1 ' I...III . --. 1 L ik;:.i:--j,:.:?::-:''o vt ,'.5' SSs : '.: : ' ".vj i v 7? . 9 s ' v4 f 5 "VilL you be'mme' ? f Isis Sunday j row. I - - ' 1 1 :iX ,; V ' . i.r' . i 4 y;J !-. A. i f . v fj j i j't4' J i ;h ; lone O'0onnel5s Musical Comedy Com pany at Paetime "Next Week. i , : 1 ; r BETTER THAN 'HEARTS OF THE WORLD" So say all who have seen this great picture A Kleine-Edison Super-Production T ix o XT 33. :-JoiG 1 &-V O X" With Marguerite Court ot and Raymond McKee 99 A Real WAR FILM with Real HEROES of the GREAT WAR PASTIME THEATRE, Today and Tomorrow .'' ' Popular prices will prevail, 10 and 20c, including war tax. All Next Week IONE O'DONNELL and Her Company The best Musical Comedy Com ? , . pany on the road today.