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' THE FKNSACOJLiA J O URNAlu MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1919.
-T N. INatioiuilMazda laraxfoes thexork of 3 carbon laiaps Do you know that yours robbln your own pocketbook If you axe tM twins carbon lamps? , Nation.il MAZDAS ; triple th Ilarbt for tli same Hsht bills. Why not Jet us supply you today 7 BAY'S CORNER HOW. Right on ths Corner FOR AIR IMS REPEATED NOTE OF INTERNA TIONAL AIRSHIP EXPOSITION THE AMBITION TO ESTABLISH TRANS-ATLANTIC FLYING. (BY GEORGE . BYE.) ' London, Nov. 15. The repeated note of the international airship exposi tion now being held in London is the ambition of great English concerns to establish lines of airships for trans Atlantic aerial navigation. Much of the equipment of the R-34, which made the round trip from Eng land to the United States, is on dis play at the exposition. As the exhibi tion is confined to three halls of prince's galleries, Picadilly, nothingi tut models of airships are shown. t In the R-34 collection are life-preservers, cooking gear, sextants and other navlga tion instruments, para chutes, and the engineer's log, giving a minute mechanical chronology of the historic voyage. Thelog, in spite of its museum importance, is unguard ed and open to all visitors. A. E. Cooper, a . well known English painter who has made a specialty of aerial studies a Ban official govern ment artist, has the greatest number of pictures on exhibition, by special permission of the imperial, war mu seum.. Among other notable pictures are water colors by P. Gatier, official French artist attached to the French admiralty. There are no American pictures or exhibits. r Cooper's paintings show , the as well as other British airships, In many studies inside the shed at East Fortune, returning from the Baltic voyage, and setting out at 2:40 a. m. on July 2 for a bit of the extravagance of a poster artist, but are wonderful works and are attracting an immense amount ' of attention. Messrs. Vlckers, Ltd., one of the greatest organizations in Oreat Brit ain, which established an aeronautical department during the war, exhibits a beautiful model of an aerial liner on the sides of whichIs painted, "London New York", Eight stream-like pas senger compartments hang from the bag, four on each side, and at the bow ' and stern are two larger compart ments not suspended but fastened to the bottom center of. the bag for crew's quarters. Chronic Rheumatism Is Not Dangerous It Is, However, Very Painful and If Not Properly and : Promptly Treated the ' I Trouble Will Return and Eventually V Cripple You. 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It acts directly on the blood stimulating all the im purities ' that - are causing the aches and pains. . As it Is very Important that the liver De active and the bowels open, 2223 Liver Pills are recommended for use in cowenction with the liquid Prescrip tion Treatment. ... So great is the faith of the-manufacturers in Plough's Prescription C 2223 that they will refund the price paid for two $1.50 bottles, if satisfac tory relief is not secured by. the ' patient. Your druggist should be able to supply you with Plough's Prescription C-2223 at $1.50 a bottle; 2223 Liver Pills at 5c; or the 2223 Laboratory, Memphis, Term., will send both pre paid on receipt of $1.73, Write for ample of pills and leaflet. i mm keen A M U S EM N T S - I jCp Ti'. STELLA TALBOT v PRICE SHOWING AT ISIS "The Price of Innocence" Successor to . Famous Stage Plays. ; .; Successor to "Shore Acres" and "Way Down East," in the classical character of its theme and story, the Buffalo Motion Picture Corporation's produc tion of "The Price of Innooence," with Stella Talbot, will be presented at the Isis theatre today. . . Like the two famous plays of the dramatic stage, this screen story is based on the lives of "just home folks." Its locale is "Goose Island," a "squat ter" settlement of the coast of Maine. Here, as in "Shore Acres" and "Way Down East,'' in the midst of a quiet and peaceful community of . quaint characters, stalks drama and -tragedy, temepered.with the humor that springs from the reflex of their cynicism "and narrowness. ; ' , : Stella Talbot, in the role of Mary Aldron, gives herself 'in ah unselfish attempt " to . save her . "squatter" kin from homelessness : and : privation.. When she returns, again to the inland, after ten "days as the "guest" "of Ud ward Greyson, its owner, she finds, its population united in its horror over her "action. Unwilling to yield to -her sincerity and the realization, that her sacrifice had been for them, they drive her back to the mainland. There,"' in a. resumption ' of her acquaintance -'.with G.'eyson, she discovers that the isiand, to which she claims till?, hi4 . been legally deeded to'; the r "sMioattcfif i' ljr his father, just before the elder Grey son had -been killed by a"ciden.r. ' - Despite .; the unmerited -. disgrace and slander her kinsmen ha-t heaped npon her, '. sne;returns-again tv "Goose Is land' to, .tender them :ha document which would end forever 11 fud - be tween -the,- "squatters" ;: and'., Greyson. In . the . tumble-down ' cabin", of Satn Durkin. leader of ;the bigotry, against her,- occurs " one of the senfuitionl moments of the production,' IpSnriatecf by her return.! unwilling to " heed ; ex planations, ; the ! islanders f attempt to brand . her with a red-hot ' crualflx. Girl Victim of Gang of Crooks in ?The House of Intrigue." x r; "The House of Intrigue-a Haworth production made for .Robertson-Cole, distributed by Exhibitors Mutual,?' is an absorbing drama in which the ele ments of heart-interest and - mystery are woven in a highly entertaining manner. ' . ' - " Barbara - Pretlow, :without funds, without a job, ready to jump at any chance to make money, becomes un wittingly involved with a gang of crooks who use her as a "chicken stall" in a "job." When Barbara re alizes that she is a confederate of thieves, she forsakes the gang., , j Wendy Washburn, wealthy - young guardian of a millionaire heiress, "snots' Rrhni f ratprnizine With the gang and jumps at the conclusion that she is an accomplished crook j . Attracted by the . girl's personality land; wit, Wendy resolves to put her frames up an elaborate scheme in which Barbara, is - tempted with the chance of earning a thousand dollars by i impersonating his " millionaire heiress ward. Barbara balks, when called upon to forge the heiress name to a will, and sacrifices her chance for the thousand. , ; The drama ends in a thrilling climax in which Barbara frustrates the at tempts of the crooks to get away with the heiress jewels, "holding them -at the point of a nervous automatic un til the police arrived: :-t - V "The House of. Intrigue" is from the story by Arthur Stringer, and; is pre sented with a notable cast, including Peggy May, Mignon Anderson and Donald McDonald. See it at the Isis tomorrow. , ; " PASTIME THEATRE Two girls in perfect harmony as is possible when the young" women in question happen to be musicians and Margaret Haven and Suzames , France are musicians, both vocally ami instrn mentally. They sing and they play and with the two accomplishments contri- TODAY ONLY. bute an exceedingly pleasant quarter of an hour to vaudeville. ' The Misses Haven and Prance have that something which is a gheat deal more important, than mere ability. Ability is a raw material, the rendering is the finished product and they are a sort of a refinery that turns the ore into metal. ! . . '.'pi . . i Between feats Tuck and Claire joke. Their acrobatic innovation is a com bination of patter, gymnastic and con tortion. These men are contortionists as well as athletes and comedians. The three talents have been placed in a container - with - showmanship and makes one of the neatest little pack ages of the kind that vaudeville has to offer. v Difficult feats of jugglery usually accomplished by mn only are done with ease and grace by Selma Braatz. who has juggled herself into the very first rank. Miss Braatz is a comely young woman with steady nerve, keen eye and unusual dexterity. SPECIAL PROGRAMS AT LUCKY SCHOOL PLEASE . Tbe boys '. and ., girls of . the J. B. Iekey school, are; being" instructed as well as entertained by the little pro grams that " are being put on by the various grades during assembly period. The teachers, as a whole, have con ceived ' the -Idea of making the morn ing assembly: something' to be looked forward to by r the public instead of something to be dreaded. Wednesday and : Friday mornings ; are "stunt" mornings, at which : time the various grades. Jn turn put on programs, super vised and directed by the -teacher of that grade. ; - - -V'.Oh last Wednesday, morning, the pupils and teachers were pleasingly entertained by the pupils "of the fifth grade; section; B, under the direction of .Miss Lois McLellah. The selections given . were as follows: , Song Battle Hymn of the Republic, by school. - ' Organ Solo Till We Meet Again, Willie Lee Stewart. Boo la Song By school. Recitation A Diet, Effie Foss. Boy Scout Song By school. , Piano Solo Off to the Circus, Nora McKlnley. Friday morning the pupils of the seventh grade, section B-2. entertain ed. The class being rather large, three of the pupils were selected as repre- j sentatives. The players were intro I duced by the director, Mrs. J. C. Lee, They gave a little play entitled, "Dear Little Wife." The scene was laid in Japan. - A veritable Japanese maiden was little Miss Frankie Mae Jeudevine, with her hair done in quaint "Japanese fashion, wearing a picturesque kimona of dark red. She took the part of Suga Hara Sau, a clever little Japanese woman. . Freddie Sheppard and Neita Bras well played the part of, rival lovers. They, too, wore the quaint costume of the Japs. . . The stage was arranged so as to portray as much of Japanese . life as possible. Baskets and all available Japanese trinkets were about on the stage. No chairs were left oh the stage, but sofa pillows were here and there, and the characters observed the unique sitting posture of the Japs. The pupils of ;". the seventh grade, section B-2. organized the Longfellow literary society on Friday. - " The eighth grade, section -B-l, also organized: a literary, society, but -no name has been decided on yet. - The pupils are now looking forward to their Thanksgiving program, which will . be. given on Wednesday" evening before' ; Thanksgiving, , oa November 27th. " " SHIPBUILDERS AND SOLDIERS PLAY SCORELESS TIE AT MAXENT PARK In a stubbornly fought contest the Shipbuilders - and the Fort, Barrancas eleven played, a scoreless tie at Max ent Park yesterday afternoon The lines of both teams seemed inpene trable and neither side were able to gain in this quarter. Many .. forward passes were attempted but only a small percentage of them were completed. Most of the gains were made on fum bles and .Intercepted passes. Both teams played excellent ball everything considered and , they appeared to be evenly matched. Moody, Moseley, Dupey and Teager starred for the Shipbuilders - while Swinger, Cautohan, Ksky, Reynolds and Hughes did the stellar, work for the soldiers. : . .-. The Game by Quarters. " First Quarter: The Soldiers kicked off " to the Shipbuilders who return 10 yards. On , the first., down the Ship builders fumble and lose 20" yards but recover the ball. They fail to gain and are forced to kick. Moseley kicks 45 yards, the Soldiers fumble and the Shipbuilders recover the ball. , Teager makes a pretty run but drops the ball when he is tackled and the Soldiers recover it. The Soldiers fail to gain j ana are. iorcea to kick. iney punt vi yards and Moody returns 15 yards. The Shipbuilders make first down and a forward pass, Dupey to Moody, gains 15 yards. Another forward pas3 in the same place nets 35 yards. Second Quarter: The Soldiers take a brace and the Shipbuilders lose the ball on downs. The Soldiers make first down. The Shipbuilders take a firm stand and the Soldiers are forced to kick. They punt 45 yards and Yeager returns 10 yards. . The Shipbuilders make first down and then fumble but recover the ball. The Soldiers hold and they are forced to kisit. Mose?ey punts 55 yards and Swinger returns 25 yards. The Soldiers make first down and the half ends with the ball in their possession. Third Quarter: The Shipbuilders kick off to the Soldiers .who fumble and Moody recovers the ball on the 40 yard line and carries it 20 yards be fore he is downed. The Shipbuilders try a forward pass but it is intercepted by Hughes, who gets away for a 50 yard run, but is downed by Dupey. The Soldiers fail to gain and the ball croes over. The Shipbuilders fail to gain and Moseley punts 50 yards and Swinger returns the ball 20 yards. The Soldiers fail to gain and punt 40 yards and Dupey returns the ball, 25 yards Fourth Quarter: The Shipbuilders fail to gain and the ball goes over. A forward pass. Swinger to, .Hughes, gains 40 yards, and another in the same place gains 10 yards more. The Soldiers fumble and lose 20 yards and the ball too. The Shipbuilders fumble and lose 20 yards, but recover the ball. They fail ' to gain and are forced to j Momey You can get your money back for The Black Shells if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just bring back the unused part of the box, and we will refund to you, without question, the price of the whole box. The Black Shells have reached so high a state of perfection in waterproofing, in speed, in power, and in uniformity -that we can make this unlimited guarantee.- Try The Black Shells, if you don't know them. You can get your pet load for every kind of shooting, in smokeless or black powders. UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New York, Manufacturer Come in and get a copy of The U. S. Game Law Book FREE. kick. Moseley punts 45 yards' and the Soldiers return 5 yards. The Soldiers fail to gain and punt to Dupey who re turns 10 yards. The Shipbuilders make first down and the Soldiers take a brace and force them to kick. Mose ley punts 45 yards and Swinger re turns 10 yards. The game ends with the ball in possession of the Soldiers. Score: Shipbuilders, 0; Soldiers, 0. .The Lineup Ft. Barrancas Pos. Shipbuilders Left end Colosky Walters Left tackle . . Sneed Left guard Gleinpeter Center . Yates Right guard Sells Right tackle .............. Hutchinson Deacon Huggins Burns Haney Covalass Right end Hughes Moody Quarterback Cautohan Reynolds Moseley Left halfback ................... Yeager Right halfback Hunt Fullback Dupey Rsky . . . , Swinger . Substitutes : Shipbuilders Burmeis- ter, McVoy, Forsythe; Ft. Barrancas Clark for Hughes. Officials: Cogill, Army, referee; White, P. H. S.. umpire; White, P. H. S., head linesman. O R T of P ENSACOLA Destroyers. Barney, BlakeV. Bush, Ingram, Meredith. Harding, McKean, McCalia. Calhoun. Supply Ships. Leonidas, Lebanon. Dixie. Steamers. . 1 The American steamer Lake Savus, stream, loading. The Italian steamer Rovigno, Mus cogee wharf, undergoing repairs. The Cuban steamer Olivant, Tarra gona wharf, undergoing repairs. The shipping board steamer Es cambia, G.. P. & X. wharf, loading. The American steamer Argenta, G-, P. & X. wharf, discharging cargo, The American steamer West Har- -Back Slnofc- Smokelexr and Black. Powderoc. Bagdad Land & Lumber Co. BAGDAD, FLA. Patterson Hardware Co. GR ACEVILLE, FLA. shaw, stream (loading). The American steamer Georgia. Texas Co. docks. Schooners. The British schooner Leo La Blanc, Tarragona wharf, loading. The American schooner Irma, stream The American schooner Frederick A. Duggan, stream, loading. Barks. The Spanish Bark Suarez Wharf, discharging ballast. Ko. Barges. The Aiken barge Consul, stieam. The Aiken barge George T. Locke, Beiges, Aiken barge Boi.rt-Ilo. Pal- afox" wharf. American barge Iberia, stream (loading). American barge, Smith-Ter r.y stream (loading). Aiken barge, Jackson, stream (load ing?. Aiken barge Ario, stream. The American barge Madison, stream. The American barge Ethel Clarke, stream. . .Tuo. Aiken t,ug SImpsoi. Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug Sea King, Palafox wharf. Tugs. Aiken tug iroy. Palafox wharf. The American .ug. Rathalum, Tar ragona wharf. The Aiken tug Dixie. Palafox wharf. The Aiken tug Nellie, Palafox wharf. Smacks. The following smacks are at Saun ders wharf: Maud F. Silva. Francis B. Silvia, Clara M. Littlefield. Louise F. Harper. Seaconnet. Sheffeyld. Eesco. Ida S. Brooks, Yakima, Emella Enos," Fish Hawk. Virginia. The following smacks are at the Warren wharf: Algonla, Clara O. Sil va, Seminole, Culebra, Emma Jane, Galatea. Hope, Mary B. Greer. Min eola, Osceola. Silas Stearns. William Hays Rena A. Percy, -Washakie, Herry VESSELS EXPECTED. Steamers. ' The American steamer Bockonoff, for the Pensacola Shipping Co., Nov. 15. The American steamer Lake Wy mer, for the Pensacola Shipping Co., Nov. 15. The American steamer Botsford, for Frederick Gillmore & . Co., Nov. 15. The American steamer Oregon, for Frederick Gillmore & Co., Nov. 17. Schooners. The American schooner Mary Mon son Gruener. The Norwegian schooner Furustrand, for T. O.. Fillette & Co., Nov. 18. SAND KEY. 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