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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1919.
- .. . . I We Have ftdy a Few of These Sets Left! We are the only firm in the City able to offer this set NOW FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. PHONE US BEEORE IT IS TOO LATE ! Three hundred of our patrons took advantage of our of f er last week. This Sale closes Monday evening at 6 o'clock. The opportunity is yours till then. ; 98c aSE and T $1 WEEKLY CLUB DUES 1) Fa Aluminum Club Membership Sets sent prepaid to out-of-town buyers who wish to take advantage of this of fer. Just remit $16.98 in P. O. Money Order or Express Money Order and set complete will be sent to you. ?;;rt cs rO Fiw . jf ,v,r YS -.trM? Ml - Tini I . lit If JI 1 I II WE SELL YOU AT WHOLESALE , Aluminum will save fuel, time and your good health. You will econo mize more in these savings than the actual cost of the set. Aluminum does not rust, tarnish, corrode. Your first cost is your only cost. Be modem and equip your kitchen with pure aluminum. The whole purpose of this club is to make new friends for this store and to please our many estab lished customers. . JM.' ' We were able to secure a number of Aluminum sets at an unusually low price, and these ill be distributed without profit, for advertising purposes. , THE CLUB CONDITIONS Come to our store and ask for a Club membership card pay 98c cash, and we will deliver the set described below. You then pay $1 a week for 16 weeks, until $16.98, the total wholesale Club price of this set is paid. WHAT THE SET CONSISTS OF: One 5-Quart Kettle One 7-Cup Coffee Percolator One 4-Quart Lipped Sauce Pan with cover One 1 -Quart Lipped Sauce Pan Two Bread Pans One Set Carving Knife and Fork One Pride of the Kitchen Outfit NOTEThls Outfit consists of a large 6-quart Kettle and cover, a 2-cuart Pudding Pan and a 2-quart Coli lander or Strainer. By combining these three utenaUe 70 u will have a splendid Double Boiler, a Pot Roaster, $ Steam cooker or a covered caserole and many other different combinations can be made. C2AVD (CdDDSRliEDS D0AD2QD WAD5E - (? tf ' BRYANT VASHBURN 'A Very Good Young Man i 5 S? "ruf V.' I V ! "putting ONB OVERT wiluam pox PRODUCTION Sow Wild Oats? See How Washburn Does . It in New Comedy. Certain well-informed women have raised the point that every man is naturally possessed of a certain amount of the proverbial "wild cits' and that somehow, somewhere, some time, in spite of everything:, he will sow them ..and reap his harvest : early in life, perhaps, but certainly later. -But In "A. Very Good Younjr Man" a Paramount picture to be shown at the Isis today Bryant Washburn plays the stellar and rather unique rota of the very good young: man. The young man was goCd. In every send of the word. , It has been said that your rarely can please a woman and that if you put just the thins she wants in her reach, even then she will change her mind and find fault therewith. Of course, every girl wants a good man for her life's partner. That is why LeRoy Sylvester, of the public library, the afore-mentioned "good" young man, was shocked when his sweet heart turned down his proposal of marriage. She feared this "Wild oats" propo sition and considered his angelic char acter as a sitre sign that he would start - to - cutting ; capers after the honeymoon was over, and thus make her. unhappy. But LeRoy , lands her after all fijid in a unique and enter taining way, that should be sean to be appreciated. Donald Crisp directed and C. Ed ward Schoenbaum is responsible for the excellent - photography. The supporting cast includes such well-known players as Helene Chad wick. Julia Faye, Wade Boteler. Syl via Aashton, Jane Wolff. Helen Eddy, Anna Q. Nllsson, Xoah Beery, Mayme Kelso and Charles West. Society Leaders Paid $10 a Seat for Private Showing of "Auction of Souls." America's leading society people and leaders In sociological and politi cal thought were the first to see "Auction of Souls, the unprecedented screen epoch to ' be presented at the Isis theater, starting Wednesday. Before being shown publicly in mo tion picture theaters, it was exhibited RIGHT AT RAY'S RIGHT ON THE CORNER THE TOME SCHOOL The Tome School has an equipment which cost 1,500,000. Its dormitories and its class-rooms, its laboratories and shops are as complete as the most expert advice can make them. V ' The location of the School, in the most beautiful spot in Maryland, gives it great advantages of climate and health fulness. The School gives complete preparation for all colleges and engineering schools. The School has seven athletic fields, twelve tennis courts, nine hole golf course, quarter-mile cinder track, gymnasium and batting cage. A SEPARATE SCHOOL FOR LITTLE BOYS Catalogue on request. MURRAY PEABODY BRUSH, Ph.D Director Fort Deposit, Maryland Dividend Payers Journal Want Ads RUMANIAN QUEEN HELPS RED CROSS IN HER COUNTRY Bucharest, Rumania. June 21. (By mail) Queen Marie, of Rumania, is at present busily engaged in assisting in the distribution of a train load cf American Red Cross supplies, which she personally convoyed from Paris to Bucharest. During her recent visit to France, the queen made known' the emergen cy medicals needs of 'the Rumanian soldiers and refugees. She obtained three car loads of medical and surgical equipment from the Red Cross and had three car attached to the royal train on her return journey. Upon ar rival here the supplies were immed iatedly dispatched to central points for distribution to the military hoa pitaU which were in need. Other sup plies were set aside for the refugees fleeing from the fighting zone in Bes sarabia, The supplies have now been aug mented by a ship load of material which has arrived at Galatz from tho Red Cross store houses In Athens. To Insure their prompt delivery. Lieut. CoL Henry w. Anderson. Red Cross commissioner to the Balkans, himself accompanied the ship from Athens. It was met at Galatz by .Rumanian staff officers, and its arrival was the occasion for a remarkable demon stration on the part of the populaec. The resumption of Vin.t mtio. in Bessarabia Is keeping the hospitals; mere weu iuiea and adding hundreds to the already large number of home less refugees. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS The flavor is everything. Use Blue Rib bon Vanilia and delicious desserts are as mm Tor Y MJ S1ESS rty-tire 112 West Romana Street, next to Pou's Livery Stable Phone 164 Gasoline, Lubricating: Oils, Automobile Supplies I wish to advise my friends that I have severed my connection with the machine show and foundry business, with which I have been connected for the past twenty-five years, and am now devot ing my time exclusively in serving the public in my new busiess. Four patronage solicited. Past Results Should Make You a Customer Jo Jo B(u)WO09 ell If 00 MANAGER. f AKAIL in TKT ' STRONGER TJ7 Golduyn Picture privately in the larger cities of ft ana west, wnere aistinruisiie audiences looked at It In amazemer In the Plaza hotel. New York, or of the greatest centers of distinct! in the country, "Auction of Sf il V had a private show inc. under ? . k supervision of Mrs. Oliver Harrl 1 chairman of the national motion , ture committee, and Mrs. Geors , Vanderbllt, chairman of the i York committee. This ezhib; lasted a week, In which time 7.0C, New York's leaders In society 1 Uplift paid $10 each to see the piotl Among those who saw "Auction Souls" at this exhibition were I President Taft. Charles E. Hual Cleveland H. Uodge, Cardinal G oons. in. itev. uavia 11. ureer,, 2&yrs T. Ilerrick. Otto II. Kahn, lien' Morgenthau, Oscar Straus, Steph Wise, Mrs. Vincent A 8 tor. Mrs. Joh DrexeU Mrs. August Belmont, Count ess de Lankier Villars, and hundred of others of the nation's leaders Ix many lines. , 3 Apache Den Scene of Many Thrills In Geraldine Farrar's New Picture. An Apache den hi the scene of many thrilling incidents in Geraldine Far rar's newest Goldwyn picture, "The Stronger Vow," which comes to the Isis theater tomorrow. Once again, Hugo Eallin, Goldwyn's art director, won the commendation of the diva for the realistic netting, the duplication ot the Parisian outlaws' meeting place equalling his -splendid achievement In the erection of a counterfeit Monte Carlo for Miss Farrar'a first Goldwyn production, "The Turn of the WheeL" The set represents a large basement room of the Montmartre quarter of Paris, serving as a meeting place for a desperate band of exiled Spanish anarchists of which Pedro Toral (Tom Santschi) is the, leader. Toral has a double purpose in surrounding him self with men who ask no questions when charged with the task of killing those who stand in Toral'a way. He has followed to Paris Dolores de Cop dova (Geraldine Farrar), a distant cousin, who he covets. Before leaving Spain, Toral stabbed to death Dolores' brother, Jose, a slim youth, who re sented Torals slurs on his sister, the result of her Infatuation for Juan Es tudlllo (Milton Sills), a stranger, whom she met at a gala Easter festi val at Seville. Toral manufactures evidence t prove that the murder of Jose Is the work of the handsome stranger a member of the Estudillo -family, which has been at war with the de Cordova for almost a century. So convincing is Toral's story that Dolores takes the blood vow and sets out to find the murderer of her brother. The day of the murder Juan leaves Seville by order of the Spanish minister of Jus tice to resume his post at the embassy in Paris. The shock of Jose'j death proves fatal to his mother and , Do lores leaves on her expedition to avenge the murder. Again she meets the handsome stranger, who has become the Mar quis de Valera. He resumes his suit for her hand and a month later they are married. Toral, shocked oy the news of the , wedding, seeks out Do lores to Inform her that she Is the bride of the man an Estudillo who murdered her brother. Dolores feigns that she believes his story, but when she takes no action in accordance with her blood vow, she is seized by mem bers of Toral's band and dragged to their den. "Putting One Over." William Fox's breezy and versatile star, George Walsh, is to be the at traction at the Pastime theater today when he will appear In a thrilling mystery comedy called "Putting One Over." Some Walsh feats of extra ordinary daring are promised; but" primarily the story is said to he 'an admirable one, replete with humor and with tense dramatic situations and complications which apparently defy solution, As Jack Trevor, a New York sales- ; man, bound for Texas. Walsh Im .' caught In a train wreck and a party of daring crooks manipulate his ap pearance while he Is unconscious, so that he Is made a "double" of. the heir to a big estate who has been killed In the-wreck. Of course, Trevor falls In love and finds himself In a maze of exciting and mysterious hap penings. - Edith Johnson's Mad Riding Stirs " Fans," , Edith Johnson, who has the leading feminine role in "The Man of Might," Vitagraph'e latest adventure serial, is given splendid opportunity In the new photoplay to show her skill and daring In the saddle. Many of the big scenes In several episodes were filmed on the California-Arizona desert, and Miss Johnson is right in her element in this environment. William Duncan directed the serial and has the stir role. The final episode will be cm r In PaStif thflkaU w4W.