TH3PENSAC0LA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1919.
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take care of your every want when it comes to making your vaca-
tion more enjoyable. We can fit you up with a complete outfit
for this popular sport. We have the goods and our prices are right
This 4th of July it is the world that has been made safe for democracy, through the guidance
and help of our American Doctrines of Freedom and Independence for the peoples of the
entire globe and every American can justly acclaim the share which we had in bringing
about the World Independence by preparing to fittingly celebrate this Fourth!
We Will be Closed All Day
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Right on the Corner
Gadsden and Palafox
Wanda Hawley ia Leading Woman in
Lovely, charming and. talented. Wan
da Hawley plays the leading femi
nine part in "Secret Service." "Wil
liam Gillette's famous drama of the
Civil War, in which Major Robsrt
Warwick Is featured and which will
be presented as a Paramount-Art -craft
special at the Isis tomorrow.
Miss Hawley is a prime favorite
with' film fans everywhere and she
has appeared "with great success in
numerous Paramount and Artcraft
photoplays. She is not only beautiful
but a finished actress as welL
The rest of the cast is really worth
talking: about. Major Robert Warwick,
late of General Pershing's staff over
seas, plays the part the author created
Lewis IHrmont, known as "Captain
Thome." That he plays it well is un
doubted. Robert Warwick Is as splen
did an actor as he was a soldier and
withal a man whom all admire.
Irving Cummings plays the heavy
role, while Raymond Ferguson. Rob
ert Calne, Casson Ferguson, Theodore
Roberts and others have fine parts in
which they do full, justice.
Hugh Ford was director and Reu
lah Marie Dix wrote the scenario.
Washington. July 2. Whether your
left eye la gone, or your right hand Is
shattered, or your left arm stiff, you
etui have a chance to realize that am
bition that has been knocking at the
back of your head all of your life.
This was the decision of three negro
soldiers who fought valiantly and
were discharged from the army dis
abled. Two of them had been born
and raised on the farm, and they
wanted to go back to it. but they
wanted to go back prepared to be
good, scientific farmers. That is what
Tuskeegee and the federal board for
vocational education is doing for them
The other one had dreamed of ma
chines from the time he stood wide
eyed around the first automobile that
came to town, arid here he Is now
studying motor mechanics, and get
tiny nearer and nearer his idea.
The federal board for' vocational ed
ucation, headquarters at 200 New Jer
sey avenue, Washington, T. C. with
21 branch offices in different sections
of the country, makes a business of
helping these boys to win out voca
tionally against any and every handi
cap and they are winning out.
The Gl orious
" IS AN APPROPRIATE TIME TO SEND HER CANDY
Would She Refuse Our Candy? Certainly Not!
That is if she really likes good candy, because our candy is
the finest produced and by the way is put up in the most attrac
tive packages. If she likes the cutside of the box, she will love the
inside more. Take a box to her tonight, though they are just as
appealing in the day time, of course. A box at the movies that
isn't a bad suggestion.
Exclusive Agent Fuerst & Kraemer's Delicious Confections
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DIXIE NEWS SERVICE
IS LAUNCHED BY AN
Atlanta, Ga., July 2. Bringing to
gether some of the most noted edi
torial, publicity and advertising spe
cialists in the south, the Dixie News
Service, with headquarters at Atlanta,
has recently come into the field of
advertising-publicity concerns and to
a degree has created a new field for
itself. Heading the organization ara
G. K. Rutledge, who resigned the pub
licitory directorship of the Y. M. C.
A. in the southeast to take up work
with the organization: Allan C. Gett
schadlt, present associate publicity di
rector of the American Red Cross in
the southern states, and J. Clark
Brown, whose work as an advertising
expert Is favorably known throughout
the south and in New York and New
The publicity for the nation-wide
campaign now being waged is being
handled in the southern states by the
Dixie .News Service. To aid In this
work the organization has secured the
services of Tarleton Collier, well
known southern juornallst and writer,
who leaves the city editorship of the
Atlanta Georgian to join the "Dixie
With officers at 326-7-8 Healey
Building, Atlanta, Dixie News Serv
vlce Is well equipped to take charge
of all forms of publicity and advertis
ing. Specialists in copy writing, spe
cial editions, campaign drives and
the preparation of sales letters and
booklets include such men as "Ward
Greene, feature writer and overseas
correspondent of the Atlanta Journal;
Dudley Glass, special writer on the
Atlanta Georgian; "Ola Bill" Keeler,
the widely known feature writer on
the Georgian; Ward Morehouse, of
the editorial department of the At
lanta Journal; Ralph Jones, of the
Atlanta Constitution; Clyde C. Stog
ner, former South Carolina newspaper
man: Harry O. Mitchell, editor of
"Ferreteria," and export advertising
expert; Rod S. Davis, Georgia Journal
ist; Don Mitchell, recently returned
from overseas with the 27th division
to take up the position of treasurer
of the Dixie News Service, and a corps
of experienced advertising solicitors.
Ford Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson. Dealer
19 W. Garden.
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
"The Woman Thou Gavest Me," Hall
Caine's Masterpiece Splendidly
Most people have read Hall Caine's
masterpiece,- 'The Woman Thou Gav
est Me." and those who have not prob
ably will sooner or later. Either class
will enlov the remarkable presenta
tion of this story upon the screen at
the Isis theater, where it opened to a
Hacked house and was received with
acclaim yesterday. The picture waj
directed by Hugh Ford and ia a Para
mount-Artcraft special of the highest
A cast of super-excellence inter
prets the characters. Katherine Mc
Donald is Mary; Jack Holt Is Lord
Raa, Alma Lier is played by Fritz!
Brunette. Milton Sills does Conrad and
Theodore Roberts is Daniel, the stern
father of Mary. The aunt is played
by Katherine Griffith. The settings
and locations of the exterior scenes
are alike realistic and beautifuL The
picture covers India, Africa, England.
Egypt and the Anarctic. Every scene
is vividly portrayed.
The story concerns Mary MacXeill,
married to a man she hates. Lord Raa,
a rake and a beast. She refuses to
be more than wife In name and he
goes his way with an affinity. Mary
meets an old lover, Martin Conrad, an
explorer, and they are thrown togeth
er in Africa and In the heart of the
Immensity, they are played with by
Kate as the win toys with the desert
Martin goes back to the south polar
regions and Mary with her child is
in London. Then she hears he is
dead. Lord Raa returns from India
and Mary's father, who has forced the
hateful marriage upon her to satisfy
his own selfish ends, insists that the
husband shall be sponsor for the child.
But Mary escapes with the the baby
and goes to London. In the end she
Is forced upon the street and accosts
a man who emerges from a dense
fog. It Is Conrad, back from the dead,
searching the world for Mary. Raa
obtains a divorce and Mary and Con
rad are united at last.
The dramatic features of the story
are deftly and delicately handled, yet
always with a vigor that makes them
convincing. The direction throughout
is highly artistic.
Miss MacDonald as Mary, is exqui
site and gives a wonderfully strong
performance. The same may be said
of the others and In every way this
picture offers the best possible enter
tainment for those who like real drama
which wrings the heart but which
ends happily for those who deserve
HOW MANY , WOMEN DO YOU
Who can say they are perfectly well?
T am tired all the time," "I am mo
nervous it seems as though I should
fly," "I ran hardly drag around to
day," and all such expressions are
characteristic of women who have
overtaxed their strength until head
aches, backache, nervousne&a, drag-ging-down
pains, Irregularities and the
blues, symptoms of a female weak
ness, have developed. Women Who
are in this condition may rely upon
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vege table Com
pound to restore them to health and
"The Woman Who Was," Pastime Sunday.
Robert Varviclc Wanda Havley
ilS EC RET SERVICE.
BIG PICNIC JULY 4th AT PALMETTO B
Given by the Brotherhood of Railroad! Trainmen for the Benefit of Lodge Rio. 902
Ball Game and all kinds of Sports Sack Racing: Running Racing Mixed Shoes Racing. Plenty of sport for the children. There will be prizes for all these attrac
tions, and don't forget that there will be a real large greasy pig for some one to carry home who catches him.. Plenty of good Fish Chowder and all kinds of re
freshments served on the grounds. Bring your own lunch and spend the day.
DANCING FROM 1:30 to 12 P. M. O'Brien Motta Orchestra.
ADMISSION 25c; Children under 12 Free
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