THE FEN SACOLA JOUHNAL '-FRIDAY MORN 1NTG. JUL. Y 4, 1919. :
AM U SEME "NT'S
Heads up and Hats off
to the Flag
that never took its hat
off to any nation or na
tionality. I Three cheers for our
heroes who gave Von
Hindenburg more than
' We are sons and
Haughters of the land of
the free and the home of
the brave and this is the
Hay to show and cele-i
can be easily cleaned, re
freshed and brightened up
Cleaning and Pressing .
: Other M ens Vi ve$m i
Girls and Gownm in Dalton Photo
play. Girls and gowns play an important
part in "Other Men's Wives," the latest
Thomas If. Ince photoplay featuring
Dorothy Dalton, which comes as a
Paramount offering to the Isis thea
tre for Tuesday. '
Miss Dalton herself sets the pace by
wearing some new products from her
modiste that are bound to make the
women in the audience sit up and take
notice. In truth, she runs the gamut
of wearing apparel from the riding
habit to boudoir gown. ' There are
some big dance scenes and in these she
fairly revels In gorgeous dresses.
It is a tensely dramatic story by
C. Gardener Sullivan, but it is placed
in settings of lovliness' and concerns
people who are beautifully selected
cast which includes Forrest Stanley,
H. H. Herbert, Dell Boone, Elsie Lari
mer and Hal Clements.
IW - -y j
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of the most tensely Interesting dramas
that has ever been written, or pro
duced. - - ;
Beulah Marie DIx did the scenario
which follows the play, with little dev
iation from the original. The cast is "a
powerful one, and Wanda, Hawley has
the leading feminine role.
HENRY CHEATHAM 18 ACCUSED
OP ASSAULT UPON UNION
GRIMLER, HIS NEIGHBOR, WED
From War Service to "Secret Service."
After a period of .active service on
the staff of General Pershing, overseas,
Major Robert Warwick, with the rec
ord of having been one of the first
important- screen stars to enter the
service, has returned to civil life and
entered lato contract with Jesse L.
Lasky to 'appear In the leading role
of "Secret Service," a Paramount Art-
Major Warwick was given an ova
tion on his, return to New York from
France and he is today the most In
teresting figure in American theatri
cals and motion pictures.
"Secret Service," directed by Hugh
Ford and with a remarkably strong
supporting cast, will be seen at the
Isis theatre today. -It is a play dealing
with the efforts of a secret service
agent ' of the Union to bring about
the capture of Richmond at the time
when the city was beleagured by the
federal forces. Undoubtedly it is one
CHARLES W. BATEMAN RECEIVES
CROIX DE GUERRE FOR SER
VICE WITH SIXTH REGIMENT
LWiU C. Dif f enderf er
14 South Palaf ox Street
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"For conspicuous bravery in action",
Charles W. Bateman of 915 East Gads
den street, has been awarded the Croix
de Guerre with' star by the French
Republic. Capt. Bennett will present
the decoration at 5:30 o'clock this aft
ernoon at the Army-Navy-Shipbuilders'
celebration at Fort Barrancas.
Young Bateman was a pharmacist's
mate in the navy and attached to the
Second battalion of the Sixth regiment
of marines under the command of Col.
Harry Lee. He was very well known
through -ut his unit for courage and
efficiency under fire, having taken part
in several offensives.
. The official citation describes how
he gave aid to the wounded during
a violent; action at Crerzy and bore
wounded men to places of safety de
spite the fierceness of the enemy fire.
This will be the firct presentat--
here of a medal for bravery in the
recent war and it will be made the
occasion of an impressive ceremoci.
capt. Bennett, will have as his staff,
ifb erij ol tho artnr. liavy, f-ad nxrU
Col. Lee, under whose command
Bateman served, married Miss Salt
marsh, of Pensacola, and is well known
On a charge of assault, with Intent
to murder,- Henry Cheatham, a young
white man of near walnut uiu, was
brought to the county Jail yesterday
morning by Deputy Sheriff George
HalL Report yesterday from the vi
cinity of Walnut Hill, was to the ef
fect that Union Grimier, who Cheat
ham assaulted. Is not expected to live.
Grimier Is the man who was report
ed to have been killed Wednesday
night near Walnut Hill He was ee
verely stabbed and cut about the ab
domen and chest, according to reports
from the scene and little hope was
held out for his recovery. .
rhpatham declines to make a state
ment concerning the affair though ac
cording to reports the two men met
in the road Wednesday nleht and ho
affray . occurred, bad ; feeling having
been ,engered. it Is said, by remarks
of Grimier concerning Cheatham's
HAROLD HUDSON IS
RUN DOWN BY AUTO
AND PAINFULLY HURT
214 South Palaf ox Street
Merchants' Lunch, 35c
The Home of Good Service"
As the result of having been run
down by an automobile yesterday aft
ernoon at 5:30 o'clock at Garden and
Palafox streets, by an automobilo
driven by Mrs. J. A. Merritt. Harold
Hudson, living at 2541-2 South Pala
fox street, sustained a badly bruised
foot and other minor Injuries.
The injured boy was taken to his
home following the accident by Mrs.
Merritt and Dr. Pierpont summoned to
attend him. The accident was Investi
gated by Police Officer Eilertson ond
a case for violation of the city traf
fic laws made against Mrs. Merritt.
At 3:45 yesterday afternoon there
was a collision or two automobiles, one
diven by N. P. Cornellln and the other
by Freddie Faulk, at Belmont and De
Villier streets. Both cars were slight
ly damaged though no one was hurt.
A case was- made in police court
against Cornellln by Officer Burke,
who Investigated the accident.
IS CHARGE MADE
f s? THE M08T SUCCESS-
FUL PLAY OF THE
V. - AMERICAN STAGE.
V . 4 , U . A thrilling story of
.- -. 4 ' r!r love and daring deeds In
if"tr y ' "th dya of the Civil
TSljF ,. j War dealing with a
ikA Vt W LUnion spy who nearly
V'X C caused the cap-
' ; 1K I K tur the Con-
v elerat army in
. -V Richmond, and
- j I I : who did succeed
( V in capturing a
c Southern Beauty.
D2 (DEE KIT WAC2yyD(CK
' Supported by
WANDA HAWLEY, THEODORE ROBERTS, RAYMOND HATTON, IRV
ING CUMMINGS, ROBERT CAINE, CASSON FERGUSON, KID McCOY
ISIS 8EM I-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS MUTT A JEFF COMEDY
CARTOON, "HANDS UP" TYPHOON COOLED
REILLY'S ISIS ORCHESTRA
Coming Sunday DOROTHY DALTON in "OTHER MEN'S WIVES"
Morten's Kentucky Belles, Pastime All Next Week.
Ford Cars and Tractors
J. D. Anderson. Dealer
19 W. Garden. Fhone 1914
Given by Order of Railway Trainmen .
THE ONLY BEVERAGE SERVED ON THE GROUNDS
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There will be all kinds of sports, races and awarding of prizes music by O'Brien
Motta Orchestra. Come bring the family enjoy a day's outing' and refresh yourselves
with a cold bottle of BEVO, furnished by
THE HQ BEAR CORA IP A AJ Y ,
New York. July 3. Charred with
conspiracy, which It is alleged result-
I ed In thousands of dollars wortn 01
I liquor being smuggled into the dry
I state ot Georgia,, during the last few
i months, Louis Rlnsidler, a Brooklyn
wholesale liquor dealer, and Jacob
Middleman, a Brooklyn leather dealer,
were toda held in $3,000 ball each
by United States Commissioner Mc
Goldrick to await extradition proceed
ings by the governor of Georgia. Gov
ernment aeents say porters and train
men were involved in the conspiracy
and that other arrests are expected.
On May 1, it is charged, thirty suit
cases filled with liquor were put on
a train for Savannah and thrown off
at the little town of Ludowic. From
Ludowic the liquor is said to- have
been taken to Savannah and other
towns in automobiles. . Several arrests
have been made in connection with
the case of Georgia. -
BO NIT A
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LYONS MORAN COMEDY STOP CEASE H ESITATE"
ll R R S
Testing of the concrete lift bridge
spanning Bayou Chico was made yes
terday morning and the structure
ound to be in perfect condition.
Captain II. M. Ginsberg, medical
corps, U. S. A., returned to Pensacola
last night after seeing active service
overseas for more than a year.
Gratitude is expressed to kind
friends of the faculty of the late A.
G. Clopton and the family of Sergt.
L. ft. O'Xeal, by Mrs. Clopton and
Mr. O'Neal, for assistance and sympa
thies shown them during their be
reavement in the loss of Mr. Clopton.
who was drowned near his home a
short distance from Brent, last Sun
. FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
BASEBALL PENSACOLA vs. FLORALA
at 3:30 o'clock.
Returns of Willard-Dempsey Fight by rounds
Special Riding: Outlawed Bucking Horses
$25 to any person who will ride these horses and $100 if
Thompson and Robinson fail to ride any horse brought to
Admission Baseball, 35c including: war tax ; '
Rough Riders. 30c, including: war tax.
Today and Saturday
Geo. Fenner's "Maids of
"THE CHICKEN TRUST"
Beautiful -Girls ! Clever
-; ; " Comedians.
f: Special Added Attraction
ELDWELLS, the Magician,
with . Romana Mantell, in a
series of slight of hand -;
- novelties. ,
July 4 Matinee 3:30 P.' M.
Today and Saturday
Bernstein's ."Dixie Daisies
" Co." in
; Specialties i .
Geo. Howard, Billy Jones,
Hazel Joyce, Blanche O'Melian
Big Beauty Chorus.
July 4 Matinee 2 :30 P. M.
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GBven by ttlhe TRtg Cor ttbe DGnGODtt oQ-odoo RJo S2 .
Ball Game and all kinds of Sports Sack Racing1 Running1 Racing1 Mixed Shoes Racing. Plenty of sport for the children. There will be prizes for all these attrac- t
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.
ADRIISSION 25c; Children under 12 Free
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