The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00199
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
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System ID: UF00079945:00199
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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-REPORTS- TEU- r Joffre Sends More I (A Dove of Peace A- BIG I f


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OF KAISER'S Paris, Dec. .The "battle of the Washington, Dec. 1. Henry VanDyke MEETING i
BUT BERLIN CLAIMS BIG GAINS coal fields," as the furious engage- United States minister to Holland -

ment now being fought north of I is expected to urge his impor-

Arras has come to be known, centered tant conference tomorrow with Presi-
A Berlin Dispatch Says 12,000 FLORIDA EQUAL SUFFRAGE:
today on the banks of the canal dent Wilson, and another effort will

Russians Have Been Cap- LITTLE GUN FIR- stretching from Bethune to Lens. STATEMENT: TO THE be made to bring about peace in Eu- ASSOCIATION AT PEN-

tured and Twenty- ING BIG SHELL Here the Germans and French were PUBLIC rope, with the United States and Hol- SACOLA DEC. 8-10
in the grip of a terrific encounter 1 land co-operating towards that end.
five Guns
during most of the day, the fighting Mr. Van Dyke appeared here to-

Petrograd, Dec. 1.-Heavy fighting IT IS CALLED uMINENWURFER" being most vigorous. Heavy losses OVERT!OW IN CERTAIN GRADES day, and spent an hour in conferencewith MANY FROM HERE TO ATTENDMiss
were inflicted on both sides. Secretary of State Bryan. Laterhe
continues with the German forces, After alternate successes and reverses -I I said that he had brought "no message -

which are greatly reduced. The bat- Can Be Elevated to 60 Degreesand during which first one army I Volunteers Are Asked to Go to from Queen Wilhelmina of Hol :Mary A. Safford, Presi-

tle rages hottest in the region of Range Is Then 190 and then another' occupied disputed I the New Grammar School land" looking for a renewal of efforts dent, Issues Call-Great

advantageous positions on the canal towards mediation, but that he
Lowicz. The Germans persist in Yards-Height I Trouble Has All Been :Meeting Is
banks, the French by a flanking proposed to represent to this govern-
making counter charges in solid
800 Feet movement were able to pour an en- Settled ment the "state of mind of the peopleof ExpectedThe
masses, but so far the Russians have I Holland" the all sub-
filading fire into the German trenches, on absorbing
.. prevented them from getting relief London, Dec. 1.-Scarcely a week routing them and caryring by steorm Replying to inquiry made as to the ject of peace. Florida Equal Suffrage Asso-

from the left bank of the Vistula and goes by that the Germans or the i the chateau of Vermelles and the dividing line in the city for public ciation will hold its first annual meet-

have also captured four great barges allies do not produce and try in battle I park surrounding it, a position of school children, the trustees make the E'tGIXEEnSXD: : FIREMEN: ing at Pensacola December 8th, 9th
some new weapon of destruction. great strategic advantage which the following statement: I SHOULD BE PAID ON: TIlE and 10th. Those who will attend
laden with German artillery and rifle
Many of these prove failures and oth- Germans held stubbornly for several i iVhen the schools were opened it SAIESIS from Orlando will include Miss MaryA.

ammunition.Near ers have not been described in print days. was the judgment of some that the Safford, president of the associa-

Plotz the Russians have inflicted because they are still kept secret as The Germans held the viaducts and line would have to be drawn on Jack- Chicago, Dec. 1.-That the railroads tion; Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. John

enormous losses on the Ger- to details. The Germans have recent- the embankments along the canal bya son street.In should pay the engineers and firemenon Schnarr, Mrs. Mahlon Gore, and many

man extreme right, which attemptedto ly brought out a very nasty little gun, strong force when the battle order to try it out a temporaryline the same basis with extra mileagepro others. It will be a great meetingand

advance from Scherzovo on the firing a projectile monstrously disproportionate -' opened, but by the afternoon they had was drawn on Pine street until rata, is the contention of the en- one that will be a history makerin

Warta. The general effect of the to its size. It is doing been forced to fall back and soon retired the grades would be established,whenit ginemen in the Western railroad all probability.The .

Russian aggressive movements from much havoc in the trench fighting of to positions about the deserted was thought adjustments could be wage arbitration hearing in this city. following call to the first con-

positions in the battle area seeds the Aisne. mine workings. made with little friction.As On passenger runs of 100 miles or vention has been issued by Miss MaryA.

0 once more to point in the direction of The allies probably are opposingthis Strong reinforcements have been the work progressed it was less it should be a day's work, they Safford, and is as follows:

the surrounding of the central Ger- new gun with something similar, sent up by Gen. Joffre to meet the found that in certain grades there contend, and on freight runs of 100 "To the Suffragists of Florida, Greet-

man army. but the censor is careful to excise all greatly increased strength of the in- was an overflow and it was thought miles or 'less, or ten hours or less, ing: "

allusions to new devices of the Brit vaders. In Belgium the German in- best by the trustees and principal to should be a day's work, with extra "The Florida Equal Suffrage As- J

Berlin Reports Gains ish o. French. fantry today tried a sortie from their extend the line and ask for volunteers mileage paid pro rata. Evidence was sociation will hold its first annual j

Berlin, Dec .-The following of- i Th new German trench gun is trenches south of Bischoote in an effort -who would go to the new grammar presented today showing that many meeting in Pensacola, December 8th, j

ficial information was given to the called the "minenwurfer" (mine to recover the lost territory, but school, children to confer with their railroads pay on that basis. The en- 9th and 10th. !

press here today: I thrower), and is no more than a i met with failure. Fighting continues parents about the matter and report, ginemen want mileage and hours anda "In November of this year, Nevada ':

/'German success is reported in the I "hand" grenade thrown by a gun. It i stubbornly in Argonne region. advising at the same time that if the standard for all roads. and Montana were added to the number j

fighting near Lodz. Forces operating is, like the giant 42 centimetre siege I high school grades were still over- of equal suffrage states. ,

against the right flank and the rear gun, a product of Krupp ingenuity.The I crowded selection would be made in "We have reason to rejoice in the J

of the Russians were themselves attacked howitzer part of the "minenwur- i BASKET BALL ON DECK order to fill out the ,::-ramm?; school TO FORM DRAMATIC CLUB steady gain of the greatest cause of 1

by other Russian forces. The fer" is only about three feet long I grades, reduce the number in the old the twentieth century; we too, wouldbe

Germans fought a bitter three ,days and weighs 130 pounds. The mount school grades and properly adjust the free. Come to the convention at 1

fight, breaking through the Russian ing weighs 100 pounds, and the bed or Sanford Team Is Coming to work. Employes of Dickson-Ives Co. Pensacora"aTftrhelpplttn-'how the women -

ring and taking 12,000 prisoners and I platform 930 pounds. The total is a I Orlando Friday Nightto I (iThis adjustment could not be finally Department Store Are to of Florida may speedily win i

25 guns. The Germans lost one gun, l, little over half a ton. It is mounted I Try to TurnTables made until Monday of this week when Hold a Meeting their enfranchisement."Come .
though the German losses in men is I on wheels and two men easily move ; another teacher was placed in the and let us highly resolve 1

not small. There is no news to report -I I it from place to place over short I I grammar school building, when chil- :i Tonight that our beautiful Southland shall not

from the western arena of war." :I distances. When it reaches its posi- I i dren in the crowded grades were instructed longer lag in the rear of the mighty 1
tion in the trenches the "minenwurfer" -I Basket ball is certainly the king of : to go to the new buildin, The employes of the Dickson-Ives procession of men and women who j

is removed from the traveling I sports at this season. Undismayed i according to the lines drawn, and in I company department store will meetat are moving forward to realize the 1
CITY NOT "BROKE" YET i wheels. I by their former defeats the boys of some instances, in order to further the store tonight for the purpose dream of true democracy; come, and
I The diameter of the bore is 'I of permanently organizing an amateur show that ,!
I only Sanford have organized a new team the equalization, a few' children by your coming, you grasp
three inches, but it throws a shell and are coming to Orlando Friday slightly: over the line were asked to dramatic club. The object of the the meaning of the struggle by individual -

Balance of $1,500 in Treasury l over a foot in diameter, spherical in night to try to turn the tables on the :! make the change. formation of such a club is to render women for larger life and ;

Railroads Will Have to shape and containing nearly 200 local team. The new team is much that plays and sketches during the winter wider opportunities; come, if you love i
The trustees are glad to state for the benefit of charitable
I' pounds of high explosive! stronger than the first one that came your homes, that you may help to i
TheirCrossings citizens have
Repair 1 for the most part our
organizations.: There is much good
It does this by a curious device. down from the Celery City, but the win the power to protect them. Real- ,
I There is a long stem which fits into Rifles are confident that with the : generously taken into consideration I talent nn.ong the employes and by izing that if women had the vote the
t the difficult situation and have assisted I organizing it will be developed to a
I the muzzle of the gun. A second same line-up they used before they I : cruelties and barbarities of war ;
The city council met yesterday stem fits into the outer end of the will be able to bring home the laurels. in the work, especially when they point of perfection. would not be tolerated, come to the j
discovered that the children cf the
morning. The report of the city first and on this second stem the big The game will be called at 8 o'clock convention and help bring nearer the j
treasurer showed that a balance of I'' sphere is fixed. When the gun is in the Armory and the admission will I j two trustees rule.of family had to come PARCEL POST SERVICE ABROADTO time when the battle flags of the na j
under the
1501.73 remained in the city treas- fired both stems leave together, but Ibe as usual 25 cents. I BE RESUMED tions shall be furled and good will J
Nor do of them regret it, for
The total for the monthof I any
receipts J
ury. the back half (the part which fitted c everywhere prevail.
i I the school building is s)
November amounted to $9,372.79and : into the muzzle) soon drops off, beingof BABIES DO :NOT RECEIVE AS .'superior grammar in point of sanitation, lighting Washington, Dec. Resumption "Mary A. Safford, President of the l
the warrants paid were $8,404.54. such a shape that the air pressure MUCH ATTENTION FROM: I lof parcel post service between the Florida Equal Suffrage Asosciation."Mrs. j
I and heating that it must benc"tthe ::
Strenuous action to compel the A. it from the front action the "
pulls ; GOVERNMENT: : AS I United States and Germany and Aus- Fred Stanley, Secretary.
C. L. and the S. A. L. railroads to chi'd physically.
shell then hurtles its
great on way. I CATTLE I The ;ti Hungary: was announced by Post- Delegates
i ''res follows Fn -
are as : i
place their crossings in proper condi- ; The great grenade travels through master General Burleson tonight. An Every league is entitled to one vot- :
tion will be resorted to by the city I the air very slowly and the enemycan I Pir' street, the original line, dJI order sent to all postmasters directed ing delegate for every ten membersand i
I Chicago, Dec. 1.-Dr. Herman Ounce avenue to Church, east '
if this matter is not attended to easily see it coming and might I them until further notice to acceptfor major fraction thereof, in addi- ,
Spaulding, of the city health department ; Wes south to a line drawn throw i
A motion introducedby
promptly. was 'conceivably in favorable circum- mailing to the countries namedall tion to the president of the league. 1
addressing the health exhibi- the nkMle of Jackson street. Tnus
Councilman Johnson that the Atlantic :
stances dodge it by running. I parcels which conform to the prescribed All are cordially invited to attend ;
Coast Line and the SeaboardAir tion at the City club tonight, made a all w .hin this district, north of the
The initial is 230 feeta J f
velocity only conditions of the international the meeting and the visiting dele-
Line railroads be notified to I I plea for a national board of health.Dr. I middle of Jackson street are includedin '
put second. The lowest elevation used elect
parcel post service. gates may a voting delegate to
Spaulding said if the United the reconstructed grades of the
their crossings in proper condition is forty-five degrees and at this angle Parcel post packages are now mail- represent them. 1
within from date of notifi- States government took as good care new building, as notified by the prin-
days the shell travels 550 the maxi-
yards, able to all countries with which the Persons going to the conventionwill J
cation. If this is not done by the of its babies as it does of its hogs cipal, and any outside of this district
mum of the J has send their
range gun. United States parcel post conven- please names to Mrs. 4
and cattle the death rate of the who going to the building
within that I nation are now new -
corporations period action At this the shell takes ten 1
range tions except Belgium, Turkey and the A. McDavid, Pensacola. 1t
will be taken to compel them. would be materialyl 1 reduced. Dr. : as well as any others who have
seconds in flight and reaches a height northern and northeastern parts of
Spaulding declared that there shouldbe been asked will very much help the
of 410 feet in the air.
France, where military operations
a national board of health for this good work along if they will good j
As four pounds of dynamite or gun- I prevent a resumption! of service. BASS ARRESTED FLOYD
to information the :
to naturedly
MESSENGER BOY INJUREDTom cotton will usually demolish breast- country supply agree. Soon after the European war be-
people that would be useful in pre- I Respectfully,
works of three feet thickness
composed -
Germany, Belgium and France
diseases and human C. E. HOWARD Chairman gan
venting saving ; ,
I of dirt rammed between planks, requested that the parcel' post ser- Deputy Goes to Loughman for
Union lives, similar information from GEO. W. PHILLIPS Secretary
Thorpe of Western as ( : ,
i it is to what effect "
see a great
easy vice be suspended temporarily. Neither Negro Culprit Who Stole
the bureau of is I W. S. BRANCH JR.
agriculture now use- "
Slipped on this trench howitzer shell have.
Telegraph : must the Austrian the Hungarian
i nor Bicycle From Another ;
ful in saving the lives of livestock. District Trustees.
\. Block Stairway, i The shell' depends for its effect almost governments requested suspension, Negro j

Broke Arm I entirely on the explosive itself, I but the war caused a virtual stop-
I as the walls are thin and do little Weather Was Sure of the service. 1
Yesterday page :
damage and no bullets are carried, | Amos Floyd, colored, wanted by the

Tom Thorpe, known to many as such as are employed in shrapnel.The Orange county authorities for the '
"Happy"; Thorpe, a messenger boy "minenwurfer" can be,elevatedto Enough i Mid-Summer Variety theft of a bicycle from Harmon Dick-
for the Western Telegraph 80 degrees and the range then is Orlando and Sanford High School ens, colored, was arrested yesterday 1
for nearly a year, a veteranof I
company 190 The shell then
yards. takes !
all the boys, had the misfortune nearly a quarter of a minute to travel I The Weather Man decided to steam I I The weather was unseasonable. It Teams Will Battle for Gridiron at Loughman, by the Polk county officers ..

yesterday to break both bones in his and reaches a height of 800 feet. In up a bit yesterday and with his customary -i: did not do the oranges or grapefruit I Honors Friday and held for Deputy Sheriff J.

left arm above the wrist. With his :'I other words it covers the ground not 1 abruptness and his proverbial : any good. It caused the usual alert I IV. Bass, who went down last eveningand

customary energy he tried to take all I much faster than a crack sprinter. I choleric manner he resurrected some business man to become irritable, but II I An interesting and hotly contested returned on the midnight train j

of the steps. in the Watkins block I Thus the horror of trench fightingis mid-summer weather, placed it on the i some way the Northern folks who I game is expected Friday when the with his prisoner. 1
with boviH rnd in end of his and it have been here for of Orlando and 'Sanford high school 1
i one consequence increased beyond that already attained scepter banished up not any length
slipped, his Ic't: arm being twisted, i by the rifle and the hand gre- and down and over and around this : time "sorta" liked it-Gee, it felt I I teams battle ,at the fair grounds at ROOF GARDEN: NEARING: COMPLETION -

resulting in the injury. "Happy" is nade. section of Florida. The temperaturewas good after seeing ten-inch ice in the 3:30 o'clock. The Orlando team has i

some boy, and for several days he around 80 degrees. Northern states! I been perfectly coached especially for

will be missed from the local field. THE Orlando felt the effects of it in a The Orlando Water and Light com- I I this big football battle and a great The roof garden of the Yowell-
He was fifteen years old, always wore good many ways. The housewife pany did a rushing business, however, ;deal: of enthusiasm has been aroused. Duckworth company department store j

the smile that won't come off, at- frantically rushed to the telephoneand for several refrigerator cars were I It is expected that a large crowd will building is fast nearing completion.The r

tended to his duties like a real mes- Florida: Partly cloudy Wednesday ordered ice. She just had to do iced yesterday, and if the weather witness the fray. Everybody loyal to sea s. jSgrtthe audience which j

senger boy should do, knew everybody and Thursday. it. The business man came down to continues warm more will be iced to- I the local high school boys is u..-:ed will view';'the' moving pictures were '

in Orlando, and despite his injury work; looked at his water cooler; day. I to attend the game. installed yesterday and will seat

is still smiling. The W. U. T. Come and see us for fine station- I! filled a tumbler with water; and then, Anyway, everybody agreed that it I about 400 persons. The opening an-

office doesn't look natural without ery, latest books, school and office he too, followed the act of the housewife was a little too hot and much too Don't overlook a good thing-The nouncement will appear in The Sen-

4 "Happy." I supplies. Curtis & O'Neal. i -ordered ice. I I(hot for December. I Sentinel want ads. '1.:! -


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IN THE REALM OF SCIENCE AND fired 700 pound projectiles more than and containing an electric light or .
_, MECHANICS 11 miles, a new record that is be- two, has been invented by a London
lieved to be the limit of fire control. photographer to bring out all the de-
., Electrically operated cash carriersfor French cotton spinners have estab- tails of a subject in portrait photog-
stores have been invented, the lished a laboratory for determiningthe
motors of which are supplied with percentage of moisture or any ab-
current through the wires on which normal dryness in cottonfi that whichis raphy.WAR 1, .
they run. too dry being regarded as defect- OVER IN JUNE I.. \ ,
The Chinese government has un- ive. .
dertaken a comprehensive plan for For removing and sifting ashes at Military Expert With General iI J '--
improving its telegraph and telephone the same time there has been invented French's Army Says June I
system which will cover more than a scoop with a double screenin Will See Finish of Conflict I I BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 30c. Quart You Ought to See Our CalendarsThe
nine of work. the bottom, one portion of whichis -:Must Be True
years ThcWaldeckerFishCo\ beautiful, much advertised "Volland" line. Bound in book
agitated by an attachment on the
For the use of naturalists there has London, Dec. 1.-That the war will I form and with handsome covers and decorations. I'
been invented a case containing a handle. FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
be over in June or before was the Longfellow Calendars
compass, double lens, thermometer, I Vienna scientists in testing the effect statement made today by an officerof I Phone No 5. 206 Boone Street Stevenson Calendars
sand glass and bottle to hold flowersor I. on the human system of food high command in Gen. French'sarmy. Kipling Calendars
P. 3!. and W. O. COX
plants containing iron, have succeeded -
Household CalendarsBed
lie is back from the front on
demonstrated three in making several vegetables ab- 10-23-tf
has been by
Time Stories Calendars
a few days' leave, but can not be
English scientists that radium can be sorm more iron from the soil than
designated with any greater pre- Calendar of Dinners
extracted from the waste that remains normally.To .
cision. Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Calendar of Salads
after vanadium has been removed save operators of stamping
"The war will be over before As- Calendar of Luncheons
from its ore. presses from injury a Chicago inventor cot," was the way he put it, and the Calendar of Golden Thoughts, etc, etc.
To extinguish fires in oil tanks has patented an electrical at- Ascot race meet comes in the middleof Only 50c. each, and nothing can be more appropriate for a
there has been invented apparatusthat tachment that requires both hands to June, when there is one. Will open an office at Christmas Gift at a moderate price, than these book calendars.You .
frees chemicals which form a be removed from the bed of a pressto His statement was made in all se- I' 115 S. Orange Ave.. over Curtis & get the cream of the lot if you make your selections now.
flame smothering foam when the heat operrate it. riousness and was justified, in his O'Neal's Store. 11-6-tf
melts fusible links. A Swiss scientist has invented an mind, by what he described as the W. S. BRANCH,
Italian tests of plowing with elec- aluminum pencil that will write on facts of the situation. I
Subscribe for The SentinelI
Daily The Arcade Book and Music Store
tric motors demonstrated that it costs glass and porcelain, producing marks These, in brief, he says, are that I
about half as much as if horses had that may be etched with hydrochloricacid the German efforts in the western -
been used and about two-thirds as or burnished to resemble inlaid theatre of war are practically ex- .
much as steam plowing.An silver. hausted; that pressure on the eastern
Illinois inventor's pencil sharpener Lever operated mechanism for gas frontier will shortly become severe; FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES
consists of a hollow shell carry- ranges has been invented that auto- that the psychological moment for
ing a knife blade over which a pencilis matically turns on more gas when a I the general offensive for which Gen.
drawn, the debris being collected utensil is placed over a burner and Joffre is waiting is rapidly approaching 664
within the shell.A turns the flame down again when the and that when it does arrive the Telephone
fuel economy of more than 12 utensil is lifted. combined movements of the allies .
per cent. has been attained by a The famous Gobelin tapestries, east and west will prove irresistible.
French device for heating the water I still made in a factory owned by the "Early in the summer," said the of- I and we will deliver your
before it is introduced into a locomo- French government, are woven from ficer, "Germany will be ready to make
tive boiler by exhaust steam. the reverse side, a workman watch- peace on the best terms she can ob- :GIE: ] CEE..8.
Apparatus to be fastened to a ing the design through the web as it tain." .
man's feet as he lies in bed to make is reflected in a mirror.
his legs go through the motions of Electrical apparatus, which dropsa NIAGARA PATROLLED. For Sunday Dinner '
walking has been invented to treat steel ball several inches, has been &
victims of partial paralysis.A invented for testing the strength of Buffalo, Dec. Extraordinary I f
tiny electric oven, which can be the glass in goggles worn by steel precautions have been taken to guard New York Ice Cream my Specialty. [
placed on the platform of a micro- chippers to protect their eyes from against a possible raid of Germans or
.. scope for heating or drying objects flying particles of metal. German sympathizers across the Niagara Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order
that are to be examined, is the inven- That pedestrians on rural roads river. A permanent guard of .

tion of a German scientist. wear white patches on the back of thirty militiamen has been stationedat ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans.....
Riveting a spring to the side of a their colthing at night and that backsof Fort Erie, directly opposite Buffalo .
nail set a Massachusetts man has invented wagons be painted white as a pro- and the whole river front from Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
a tool which will hold a nail tection against automobiles has been there to Niagara Falls and Queenstonis
in a place difficult to reach until the seriously proposed in England.To patroled day and night by between
point has been driven. \ enable a dispatcher unaided to 500 and 600 members of the newly
A European violin instructor has control train movements electrical organized home guard regiments. 0 ::a: :aOEFLEE
invented a diagram printed on paperto apparatus has been invented by whichhe These measures, it is said, were .
be pasted on the neck of an instru- can signal a train at any point to taken in response to demands from
ment to show a pupil where to place take a siding and which notifies him civic organizations along the Cana- Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa. I
when his order has been dian side of the Niagara who insisted
his fingers to produce desired notes. obeyed.An
_ Twelve inch guns made for the umbrella shaped reflector, that a raid similar to the Fenian raid I'' Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.

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(Ontinitd page t) Ion in his which told the '
problem I
more distinct the figures of a man and eyes
should be left In your room. lieutenant woman emerging. A grim smile crossed bad worked itself out.

?" The tones of the general's voice the spy's face as be put the diary In the wireless: room be wrote out

bad risen, a sneer vibrating through and pencil back in his pocket fur Hugo his message, waiting! idly while be I

every syllable. The papers. Lieuten- i Loubeque was thorough; and the item watched the operator adjust his bel-
C Colonial l Hill
ant Gibsin-immediately: This Li your i might not be canceled jet. wet and send the message hurUing 'I GRANDS

last chance.I .** Grimly Hugo Loiibeque watched the back to .Manila. He Wouu .red at the

pIH"t'tb ru in the safe and they aeroplane apparu-teing the Empre Indifferent of the wireleos man to the I I IlUilKxt

are not there nuw. sir.:* The tones Ruthless alive all authority; next: to <.i the message. |

were quiet. cold.! determine!. omnipotent with the power be had ;given .Not the aid. General Love sold weicilcrs. i iI ., TO13A.Y

"' "Youill go to your quarters sir his life to build up that he micht: I ."

and c-ouMder jourself under arrest. revenged ui*:n the man. who had Tiie operator turned: indifferently."Signatures" .
a high-class development in the The humiliation of an escort will be brought: about his ruin early in life.the :: be queried.

spared y"u. However, there will be aguard international spy t watched this attempt international spy; shook;: his head
. prettiest section of the city. Is "
Unit the place. at Interference with his plan*.- Minnn: at the expression; ot interest

only nine blocks north east. A faint little cry of protest. "Oh. fa- for such he instinctively knew it to be kiiitl-ti: in the young mans eyes. He
:* sounded clear and distinct -keenly. r.m"'t! fur once do work of the most difficult Arthurr1ohnson

Sidewalks all the way. Has against; the dead silence. The young Cheers rose from the deck at the sort and do it himself instead of ter"

mau a hand fell from salute as be masterly manipulation of the plane. trusting it to a suliordinate. To di I

several new houses under con- stepped swiftly toward his sweetheart Then the aviators purpose of landingon this he must ingratiate himself with
General Love's arm reached out and the liner's deck became clear. The this wan. "THE "
struction. Has water and drew the sobbing girl to him. his left HOLDUP
gas explosions of the motor died out abruptly. That accusatory message; must not ,
baud outstretched as though the mere Then the swooped down too
plane tie answered. Undoubtedly upon Its:
electricity. Is in the highest touch of his aid would be defiling.! Gibson receipt at Manila an investigationwould :; 7TH OF THE BELOVED ADVENTURER SERIES.
halted in his tracks. Again his
point in the city, being 28 feet arm rose stiffly in salute; then without be started which would open
with finding the source of the original
a word be turned his steps falling
higher than the business sees fainter and fainter upon the ears of I SIDNEY DREW
must be put out et order oust bt-
the pair who listened with leaden
tion. wrecked so thoroughly it would lie 1m-
Possible to repair it until the Uiuprenxwas : -IN-

CHAPTER II. y out of the zone of oonitBiinieation.

A Man With but One Thol.lght.HTItJO .aa got his opportunity the operator leavIng "HENRY STANLEY
LOUBEQUE turned the ; tJ: .1 KILLER/
; Ills board and going to the saloon
set of lapers'and orders ,
C l nial Hill and over in bis band, a Hugo; Loubeque wasted not a second.
expression in bis The sound of the mans boots had not A Vitagraph Special Feature complete in Two IVrts..

eyes that told his thoughts were very at- -Js ceased to sound before the box fay One of the GREATEST COMEDIES ever produced.
: open before the spy His bands lDo\>d
far away from the butler cracksman
F like lightning; currying out the piau
who had just brought them to him.
he had conceived as the safest :ui l
A massive figure of a man. he seemedto
most effective from the instructions of "Sometimes It
fill the ram with his presence, the Works
the operator\ In and out his tinkers:
is on the market. Prices rang chair in which he sat teemed to have
moved, loosening Ii screw here a wirethere
been built about him. the room itself A Lubin Comedy.
ing from $350.00 to $600.00 per with its magnificent furnishings was
(Continued in Sunday's Sentinel H
dwarfed by its occupant Greatest o
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For international spies the rise and fall

further information see of many nations might have been plac- POINT: YOUR GUN TilE "The Man in Black "

ed at bis door, rivers of blood had OTHER WAY- ,

burst their barriers at the touch of
If there is any damnable habit and A Selig Drama.
those powerful fingers yet all his
at the same time one less excusable,
thoughts against one were man directed, toward toward the destruc-revenge it is that of the "fool" pointing his Five Reels of the best pictures in town, accompanied by

tion of General Love. Y gun at some innocent party. Amongthe

Over and over he turned the stolen many unanswered questions of "THAT ORCHESTRA

papers. Only another link it was in life and one that will go down to pos- ,

CARl DANN the chain be was drawing about the terity with such as "why does the The only one in town.
old army of lcer. The butler coughed "
earth revolve? and others, it is "why
nervously, and his master looked up.
does the 'fool' point his 'unloaded'gun
e waving him away without a word of h
at a human being?". 5c lOc
praise. The man had but done his
duty. Hugo Loubeque expected that. It is perhaps the most criminal of

. Tf"! telephone rang and the spy stiff all habits; it has brought sorrow into

enin his chair no more the dreamer. : more lives than many other habits; it

T .II.betJUe was at work finishingthis has hung than
more oth.er
crepe many
Good ThingsTo detail in his scheme of revenge. Friday---DUSTIN FARNUMIN
,;.. habits-and still we have the pest
with us always, toting death wher-
Wit', i1!'e ruins of every hope smash -
Eat ing about her without a thought save "It means the honor of the! man I ever he goes.
love. We are reminded of the sad deathof
the need for a confidante and friendin "THE VIRGINIAN
the bright son of R. L. Wilder of
time of distress. Lucille took up the ward the deck nose-on righted itself ,

telephone to speak with her chum the and glided to a perfect landing. Orlando, on Friday. Here i is a boy, A Lasky Production in Five Parts.
of officer who had only torn from the world
wife a young Lucille separated herself quickly in his v uth in

Strawberry Jam just reached the post a month before. from the passengers. She was begin the midst of the celebration of his

For a second sensitized by suffering ning to think again. to realize what a eighth birthday by the "fool." An-

Blackberry Jam though her mind was. she did not task lay before her. The orders and other future citizen, our country's I
catch the significance of the orders being papers of her father were upon the
Raspberry and Currant Jam given by the man whose wire had boat but who carried them she did most valuable asset, gone to pay the '

crossed her own. Then a feeling of not know. Of all these hundreds any toll for the excruciating habit. :

White Cherries faintness caused her to reel at the one might be the thief. Harley interrupted We recognize the crime of this hab- i THE OLD RELIABLEDAMN'S

power and strength she caught in the her mood of black depression. it and the question arising is how to
Red Cherries
tones. She listened. conquering her taking her hand and wishing her luck. curb it. It is a subject that shouldbe

Red Raspberries fear in one triumphant throb of love "Everything is arranged with the considered and some means must TRANSFERDr.
for the imprisoned officer."General ? be MissLove.
captain reported. "And be '
found to bring to an end the dynasty -
Loves orders and ." he added earnestly. "I don't
Peaches papers B. D. WIENENGA
of the most spectre-like of all Prop.
are in my possession now. For know what there is to be done but
Pears Shanghai on the Empress tonight you cannot help succeeding when you fools.-G. F., in Tampa Tribune.

Have the launch ready." start with such spirit.
Livery Draying and HaulingWE
Comb Honey And then the buzzing of the instrument The encouragement filmed her eyes. Don't overlook a good thing The ,

told her that she could hear no blinding out the sight of the aviatoras Sentinel want ads. J- -
Clear Honey in Bottles a
more. She rushed to the window her he startl.his engine once more I

Halibut and Cod Fish heart sinking at sight of the smoke and. with one short glide rose toward ,:

curls spewing from the big liner's fun the element: he loved. Her slender h figure ; II I III I I I I I I I I I J 0e4-" GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

nels. The Empress was readyreadyand straightened as she turned from

her sweetheart was arrested. the rail, her bead uplifted itself courageously T. F.HOURIHAN i
Resolution so as to be indefinable almost defiantly.
urged; her across the floor and out The sound of her own name, repeat. Licensed Plumber and I 1 AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

CARUTHERS & GORE the door. She did not stop to analyzethe ed twice in a hoarse whisper of In- Sanitary Engrnes Xj!

impulse which urged her feet credulity brought her out of her ab

across the parade ground down the straction. :She: looked wonderingly at Estimates Prom ally Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

New Modern streets of Manila toward the dock. A the man who had called her by name. II I

Grocery mad despair possessed her as she amazed at the emotions twitching his PHONE 6z9 : HORSES FOR SALE

caught the signs of readiness from the powerful face. lOt Court Street A I

Empress and saw there was no boat to Huso Loubeque mastered himself
Phone 200 take her out to the ship which carried with an effort He had never seen the ORLANDO. FLORB! t : 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

the precious orders. general's, daughter before, this ;girl t I
with the face and form of her mother 4-2l-lm tI
She l teat: her tiny fists fiercely to
6 and 8 East Pine St. gether., There must be a way There and this apparent resurrection of what t II J I III C IIIII ,e'- ..
i bad been a living; memory so long bad
must be. Faintly to her ears came a --- ----
stunned him out of his usual -
humming sound from the boat. It reminded I -- --
her of another sound she bad
Wood Wood WoodExcellent heard recently, a sound she identified "1 beg; your pardon. he murmuredas
she him. "I I
: passed thought rec-
with the solution of her problem-lIar-
ognlzed"- He stopped abruptly, amaz-
ley and his aeroplane.It .
Core Pine Wood Sup ed at the expression of delight and Do not about
was a five miles but her horse worry yourPlumbing =
craft and joy and guile which mingledon
could do the distance in short time.
plied in any quantity her face as she stopped and stared
Faster: even than she bad reached the:
into his face, and in the clash of eyes
dock did she: get to the stables. Xo
the man knew that this slip of a girl
SPECIAL: PRICES ON FIVE time for saddling for anything save recognized him for her enemy.
the wild ride before her. Through the
STRANDS OR MORE moonlight; she dashed. the little mare Lucille stared after his retreating and
accepting this new freak of his mis- figure her lips parted her eyes twin Sewe.ring
tress with delight stars there for the.hope that bad been kindled

ELDREDGE BARLOWTelephone The aviator had only just returned
The voice on the telephone" she
from the dance when she flung her
whispered over and over to herself.
375 self from the mare and grasped him
the shoulders him *
fiercely by shaking
South Street, near A. C. L. in the: vehemence of her command The international spy paced up and
We will do it for and when
Tracks lie stared at her unbelievingly as he down the floor of his suit, for the first you you pay you
made out what she desired but there: time in years a prey to emotions that

9-1-1m was something in the entreating eyes. threatened to overwhelm him. get ready

the drawn face that told her deadly The message in his eyes bad been

earnestness."It : clear. This :girl knew that the papers
i means the honor of the man 1 his underling had stolen from the gen

Real Estate Bought love." eral's safe were in his possession. She

Harley turned away turned toward was his enemy determined to go appalling

and Sold. the giant plane. Breathlessly she ; lengths; to thwart him Just as
watched him. waiting; his decision. he must forget; the: Instinctive love he Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO.

--- --- There was a curiously twisted smile had felt for her. this girl who came

City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash upon his lips when: be faced her agaIn. from the sky and stirred up visions of ....

and $l.0ia> per week buys a Lot "Get in." be motioned. days when he bad known snob a thingas ;
e happiness He settled himself in

RENTS COLLECTED Hugo; Lonbeqne leaned against; the a chair, closing his eyes while he rearranged Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets

Notary Wo.k Promptly and Neatly liner's rail. pencil poised over the: open I ; all be knew of the general's:

Done. page of the diary which was beaded I household. Undoubtedly tine general's:

--- "Loubeque's Account With Love." I aid. with. whom she was in love, bad

N.P.HATCHERORLANDO Items upon that page; had been canceled been charged with the theft ORLANDO

more remained clear The hand Ills somber! e.tes glowed at the complstaaess -

started to draw through one of these 1 : .of the havoc be bad wrought
last when faintly to his ears reached Xot alon> had General Love been

Office at pinehurst ParkP. down a drumming; sound from the struck but his entire household.It .
heavens.As d:& w- mO.-1
i j 1-15
O. Box 281 was an hour before Louheque rose
PHONE 40.-: ?081mt hU eyes wandered up the mat and moved toward the door, an expres-: |
bird in mid heaven grew more anJ .

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0' THE DAILY The best thing that can happen to W. C. T. U. NOTES FEDERAL TAXES ON FIRE INSURANCE
a young man is for him to realize at POLICIES
South Florida SentinelMORNING 1 I I
the very outset of his career that It is important that all members. t
AND WEEKLY whatever real success he is to and those interested should attendW. State Treasurer J. C. Luning is
W. M. GLENN ..........h..........EditorW. I
C. ESS1NGTOX .....Uunnru Manager achieve must come from his own ex C. T. U. business meeting on Fri- sending out the following circular
Entered mt the pottortice-it Orlando.-FlorIda ertions. Whenever a young man begins day of this week in the parlor of the letter which is of much interest to
a* Second Clam Mail Matter. life by depending on the favoror Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock. fire insurance policy holders and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES indulgence of friends or upon the This is the only business meeting of agencies as well as the companies:
Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00
Da3y. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 inheritance of money that some one the month so please come early. The federal tax of one-half of one
Davy 8 :Month ...................... 1.25 else has earned he might as well Let us not forget the :"local per cent. on stock fire insurance premiums -
Da.ls. 1 Month ......._............... .60 option"election
1 1-Year ...................... *1-OO make up his mind that failure is to in Hrilsborough county De- enacted by the federal government OUR SHOE
weekly 6 Month .................... .75 be graven upon the headstone that cember 15th. Don C. McMullen is to take effect December 1,
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN marks his life career. leading in this fight which means 1914, requires these tax stamps to be
ADVANCETO ----o- good work will be done. Can you not affixed to all fire insurance policiesto DEPARTMENTSIIii1P
ADVERTISERS: A dispatch says: that New York is do something to help? Work as well j make such policies or contracts of
Coy for display and all other han.el-Ht dance crazy. Orlando is good on the as pray. insurance a valid instrument. The
office....u, 01)ll nc the must Sentinel be handed not later in at than the 2 buuneu p. m. fox glide or whatever they call it, the The chances are that the coming i ruling of the board of insurance commissioners
the day before publication. This rule: applies trot and other pedal movements.No winter will find many among us unable of the state of Florida is
to chaacts for contract advertising: it is I r
toT.nafce and will be strictly adhered to. o to find employment, and.it will that the companies issuing these poli-
SuVerfTWri Geli ring' The Sentinel dmconUmied better time than today could be be necessary to help them. cies should pay the tax. .
the dale should of expiration notify the otherwise office m writing it will on becatiaued picked for making a start on one's Florida is a good state for every Under the provisions of section 29, I i
at the regular subscription rates Christmas shopping. kind of folks-rich, the near rich, acts of 1913 laws of Florida agentsof I
/ anti notice to stop is received. ,
Telephone Numb r ...................... 2* o those in moderate circumstances, and insurance companies in this state
I If your cake is all "dough" remem- we believe that for the poor and very are forbidden paying this tax. The
-- -- ber that the price of eggs is 45 cents poor there is no better place as no payment of this tax by insurance .
I "AN OUNCE OF" ETC.- per-. one will freeze to death; but we must agents in this state would constitutea
Let us suppose that a fire should o render all the help in our power that rebate forbidden by the section of
_ be discovered at midnight around Funny how hard coal or hard wood the ones coming here to escape the law above referred to and would sub-

Lake Lucerne. The fire department will soften a hard winter. cold weather will not suffer. The W. ject them to the penalties prescribedby When we talk shoes we eulogize upon
I would start out. The four horses Q C. T. U. will give free dinner Christ- said law.CAMPAIGN.
the finest stock of Footwear for
would be driven to the scene of the MAY BE PLANTED IN FLORIDA mas day to all homeless hungry men man,
fire at a break-neck speed. ; THIS MONTH: and boys and baskets will be sent : FOR WORLD WIDE woman or child of any store in Florida.

Then let us suppose that ten min i to needy families. So much interest I PEACE STARTED We are proud of our reputation. We have
utes after midnight a fire should originate i The following lists include what has been manifested already that we
in the 500 or 600 block on North i experience demonstrates can be successfully are sure no one need be hungry or I Pittsburg Dec. .-The National built it upon the strongest foundations
Orange av "nue. The fire department grown in December in the lonely' in Orlando on Christmas day. Reform Association opened its annual known to commerce-that of dependa-
would leave Lake Lucerne. Let us several sections of the state. For Some have asked to be allowed to convention here tonight by urgingthe
I bility of qualities. Values the best to be
say that the horses started with the north and west Florida we quote the contribute chickens potatoes fruit, recognition of Jesus Christ as the
heavy two-ton truck. catalogue of the Walton Seed com etc., while others have told us to call prince of peace by all governments found anywhere and unsurpassed assort

Would they go at break-neck pany. : on them for money when needed. I and announcing the beginning of a ments of stock. If a department is worth
f speed? No indeed. The horses would Vegetable Garden-During this Committees will be made at the business t campaign for world-wide peace.
t. Le exhausted from the first run,. the month not a great deal is planted as meeting Friday to carry on this Speakers declared a boycott of na- carrying at all its worth carrying in a
cumbersome truck would be such a the ground is generally occupied by work in a systematic manner. Let anyone I tions who engage in war and a returnof comprehensive manner.
burden for them to pull that the growing crops. who will volunteer to work be' individuals to the teachings of the
r chances are they would have to walk Peas for general crop can be planted present Friday and give in their Bible were the most effective weapons
to the North Orange avenue fire. ; some potatoes may be planted name. Any one in need if you know against warfare. They said the Our Magnificent Assortment -
,. Such a condition is not safeguarding but on account of cold weather dur- of any family that will need a W. C. I United States should take warning
; the property of Orlando citizens. i ing January and February it is very T. U. Christmas basket send name ,from Europe and should disarm suspicious -
.. The.city does not believe it is in a uncertain whether they will succeedor and address to Mrs. J. M. Pedrick i and unfriendly nations by
good enough financial condition to not. 414 West street, city. All names will !:justice and fair dealing.
purchase a motor fire truck. If they Sow tomatoes for forcing in a be kept secret but those contributingwill I
did they would unquestionably do so. cooled-off hot bed. have names published.The I NEW EFFORTS TO BE MADE TO
I But the old adage "An ounce of Spinach roquette radishes car W. C. T. U. is interdenominational. SETTLE ,COAL STRIKE e
r prevention is worth a pound of cure," rots lettuce endive and some early Let all churches help throughthe
P comes in aptly. cabbage may be sown. members of their churches who Washington Dec. 1.-Seth Low .
l Better for the city to buy a motor Sow early varieties of cauliflowerin work in our organization. Patrick Gilday and Charles W. Mills
r fire truck than to the chances of President
run a frame or a sheltered situation in comprising Wilson's new
t j having a terrible conflagration. It the open ground to be transplanted PROTEST WAS LODGED BY AMBASSADOR commission on the Colorado strike, 't
f would be a great deal better to go in February. JUSSERAND and Hywel Davies and W. R. Fairley
slow on other departments of the Field-Alfalfa, red alsike burr counsellors who have been strivingfor
f city; retrench on as many things as white and crimson clover all varieties industrial peace in Colorado for
t l possible; but it is not wise to neglect; of grass seed speltz rye, barley Washington Dec. I.AmbassadorJ several months plan to meet soon to
f; or procrastinate on such a matter of; wheat and oats for stock food. Jusserand of France today lodgedan seek a way for settling the strike. I
[ such vital importance to the city asa For Central Florida: Cabbage informal protest with the treas- Mr. Davies and Mr. Fairley are

motor fire truck. plants and seed, collards' leeks, lettuce I ury department against new regula considering another trip to Colorado
Orlando is fortunate that is all tions for invoices and declarations of to miners
ont e plants and seed, mustard onions, meet and operators. They
can sanely say. If she had; ever radishes rape. I exporters shipping foods to the are holding frequent consultationswith
J known the ravages of a destructivefire For South Florida: Cabbage plants United States. Secretary Wilson of the labor

as other cities have experienced, and seed celery plants, collards, lettuce The regulations were promulgatedlast department. Enables us to fit ANY FOOT (a broad
( but not into effect
there is little question that the fire plants and seed mustard onion summer put
department would be perfectly! sets and plants, radishes, rape, Span until recently. They were designed SEMINOLE ENCAMPMENT NO 13I. statement to make), but our stock justi-
equipped ana on tin equal basis with to prevent customsm un'der valuations O. O. F.
ish onion seed, Swiss chard. I fies it. Our stocks are new-ABSOLUTE-
other cities. and require greater particularity '
o in specifications of goods to be ex The nomination and election of the LY-Our lasts the latest-our styles supreme I
FOR SALE-Furniture, dishes and I
I AGAIN ported. Ambassador Jusserand told officers of Seminole
two fireless peckers, etc., used by Encampment No. with fashion's caprices.
The cry is heard that Germany will Civic League. Apply to :Mr. Hugh treasury officials the war had takenmost 13 I. O. O. F. will take place on I
invade Canada. When Germany gets Allen at the fair grounds. 122lwcGet of the men in the French seri Thursday night next December I
through with the allies she will be i I vice familiar with this work into the All members are urged to be 3rd.j .
content to remain on the European the news in the Sentinel first. field. ent. 12-l-3tc I III t tY
side of the world. Before she
can -
reach Canada the British navy must II ....,. II II II II II II I II' II MMMItlltltlliltMtHttilllMOiH

I be swept from the seas; Great Brit- .

ain must first be crushed on land; and
Germany by that time will be in such i e/miZ: filMS DEVELOPED II .

a breathless condition as to be willingto

remain at home. With the cry. fPHARMACY
that Canada will be invaded comes
I the oft repeated cant "The Monroe: lll"I 10 Cents Per Film
Doctrine \.ill be violated." Since JI
Ambassador Bergstorff raised the I
question about a month ago some serious I"IIIIIIIIIIIIII " "
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thought has been given to the
question. Most authorities believe
in the strict interpretation of the
Monroe Doctrine that it would not
be violated if Germany should invade Gifts That EndureThe
Canada so long as she should refrain
We want you to confirm us in our state-
from permanently establishing
a government
on this continent. She may ments. Let us show you that every

invade and conquer but so long as word we say in our advertisements are
she does not colonize the
than carried out in
more our goods.
Doctrine will not be violated. But very air is now becoming charged with the
why worry? Germany has
ways to go before she will attemptan spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here. I FIRSr
invasion of Canada.

UNCLE SAMWhenever o The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, Here's a special to bring them in.

a foreign country suffersa because it suggests the continuity of love sand friendship, ALL THIS WEEK

his disaster Uncle Sam digs down in Any $5.00 Shoe in the store from ,

dollars jeans; whenever for a few a hundred calamity thousand befallsa Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry. Monday to Saturday for .

neighbor Uncle Sam smiles and
pulls out a few crisp $100,000 bills. You will find $3.98DICKSON.IYfS
Whenever there is famine in at our store everything that would; distin- :
a nearthquake Martinique: an China eruption guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish i

a conflagration a pestilence spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensivejbut) i

} stricken country-why, Uncle Sam charming gifts to suit the limited income.
shakes the national bank and out I
rolls a few more dollars. And now,
with the war raging in Europe, with We are sure our selections willlJ[please you. -- ---- -----------

Belgians starving with English, I
French and Germans in need thereis
more cause than ever for Uncle I
Sam to distribute the shining silver i I CO.tuDEP 0.
and gold. It is
for a good cause, and
fortunate indeed is the country that i
can produce and assist. T.H.EVANSi I
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It has been several days since we ..
have heard about the hidden wireless

station in Mexico. Some enterprising Orlando Orange Avenue Florida I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEf
cub reported who is getting $12
r per should immortalize himself by
i getting a state scoop. '





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LUCERNE TODAY I 1 Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5 cents 6:30 p. m. I'I

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"PATHE DAILY NEWS "The FourReelsFourImp. Gateway of Regret. have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for

I Victor. Florence Lawrence in "Dis- the Holidays.
9 The Animated Newspaper. Rex. "An Awkward Cinderella."
A modern fairy story with Bob Leon- -
:x ard and Ella Hall. i -
>4. Kej-stone. Comedy, "Speed Kings." I A YYD
>* "The Revenue Officer's 'Deputy "'i -..
One '
reel farce comedy with Teddy [ F 't.- !
Letzlaff and Earl Cooper.

i Reliance ((2 reels), In Which a Man Proves His Courage and Devcticn. It is not too early to select your presents now-nothing has
been picked over.


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Keystone. Produces the Same Effect as Laughing Gas. .yn ";

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Coupons given with every admission, guod for the Lucerne Theatre Great
Autcmobile Contest. SUPREME AUTO OIL !
U H, !

I Same: Little Prices I Idll'III'IIIIIIIII'Jt Deliveries or shipments of Gaso- 'LU .

line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots

and up made to all parts of the
[ le'Q IJ''lIIIIIII III'11.111111111111111111111111. city and county. Drums for shippingand JL..11..111 111.1111111111111111 ,
storage tanks kept on hand. U
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Monday at 3 p. m.- Mrs. Davis' report -

of the state convention held in Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
We will gladly lay away your selections until you want them.
(@rlau? n nrtrty Lakeland was listened to with great all cars. Give make of car when you '

interest.A order. We INVITE you to look at our goods before bujing. 0

committee was appointed to decide -
-EditEd By Miss Eliza Wright I D \
the advisability of a year book.
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No.,254 Mrs. Dow was appointed chairmanof
the membership committee. It is ,, .3.11en SZ Oo ,
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. mother Mrs. Montcalm Broward. A hoped that greater interest will be ,

2nd-oth three course luncheon was served, shown in Civic League work the com- P. G. WALTON, Agent JEWELERS

Mrs Gray Rush and Miss Mary Rob- ing year. New members are earnestly Office Phone 450.;
Wednesday ertson assisting Mrs. Giles. The spa- solicited. RELIABLE REPAIRING. n EVERYTHING GUARANTEED."
3 P. M.-Unity Circle; current events; cious porch with many ferns and Twentieth Century Club Residence Phone 269.

Mrs.Mrs. Algernon Stanley. Haden "at home." flowers made a pretty surrounding i I The Twentieth Century Club will AimPoland F-
for the daintily laid tables. The af- meet at the home of
Bazaar St. Cecelia's Guild Episcopal on Wednesday
Chapter House. ternoon was spent very informally ,, Mrs T. "". Mathews. Election of of- VENEER CORES -
r Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. T. each one bringing their Christmas I ficers and the reading of the last act LATE TO CLASSIFY jl jlTOO j
W. Mathews. hostess. sewing and passing the time chatting I! $1.25 I
Thursday of Macbeth will be the order of the LOST-White violet pin eet with I
3 P.M.Rosalind Club; Mrs. Miller pleasantly. day. China HogsA pearls. Reward if returned to i I
chairman. Mrs Carr EntertainsThe Per Strand Up Hammond & Bunch's store. 12: -2-tf I I
I Geo. W. Phillips, Jr., Enjoys Birth-
ladies' old
bazaar post- Tuesday afternoon Bridge I
office building, three days. day Party FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
Club was entertained by Mrs. Forrest OAK WOOD fine bunch of fifteen at a FOR RENT-Nicely furnished sleeping -
8 P.M.-Conewago Club; Miss Mayer Undoubtedly the happiest little fel- rooms all conveniences
Dabney Carr at her delightful home,I bargain. If interested, see ; spe-
hostess. low in Orlando last night was Geo. cial rates for season. No. 205 Magnolia .'
Friday "Atlasa." The club members, with I' Orlando Wood YardB. me at once. Otherwise the avenue. 12-2-lwk
W. Phillips, Jr., as he busied himself
3P.M.-Nullos Club; Mrs. DeWitt Mrs Lewis and Mrs Deming were W. butcher gets them.J. .
Miller hostess. inspecting his many presents which Proprietor
Sewing Club Miss McQuarters the guests for the afternoon. Mrs. PINE STREET AND R. R. B. LAWTON LOST-A gold watch chain between
; bore testimony that he was three
National Bank and Bene-
made the Telephone 344 Peoples
hostess. Deming highest score. Orlando Fla. .
years old and had had a real birthday 9-30 dict's residence. Return to Henry I
Poinsettia Club; Mrs. Peter Palen |(After several most enjoyable games,
receive reward.
Benedict and
kostess. party. Twenty-three little friends of }
delicious refreshments were served.
Saturday George Wendall's were present with -J I
8 P. M.-D. A. R. monthly meeting; Junior Matrons Card Club merry hearts and sunny smiles and 1221t'a j
Mrs. O'Neal, hostess.
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater was hos- -
I toys galore each helping to make the I.j
"Sit Around SuccessfulThe tess yesterday afternoon for the Jun- occasion a successLittle
Presbyterian ladies' "sitaround" ior Matrons Card Club, the including I
guests *
I George Wendall with the FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL _i!
yesterday was one of the I the regular members, and her 'assistance of his mother entertained
most enjoyable they have had, be- I
mother Mrs. S. A. Johnson Mrs. beautifully serving ice cream cake
cause so many have returned from Frank Guernsey and Mrs Leon B.
and candies which brought a hearty Established 1886
summer trips recently and friends J
Fort. The games were unusually exciting response from the 'little visitors in JA
have come back for the winter sea- Mrs. Davis Fishback making
many unique expressions as they
son. In all there were about seventyfive .the highest score. Fruit salad sandwiches -

present. A bountiful dinner was olives mints and Russian tea left.Those
present were Geo. Newell CURTIS & O'NEAL
spread by the committee in chargefor were served at the dose of the games. Benton Phillips Francis Phillips J
this month Mrs. W. S. Branch, i I
Delightful Dancing Party
Wayne Cooper Alta Cooper Billy
Mrs. G. T. Barr Mrs. "". II. Robertson The jolly bunch who form the -1J
Duckworth Manly Duckworth Janet
and Mrs. Frederick Bellows. "Siete y Medio" Club took picnic sup- Poulson Mildred Overstreet, Laura INSURANCE LOANS J
After social hour, the meeting
a per down to "Bee-gi-woo-che" last
Pillans, Juliette Brown Dorothy
was called to order by Mrs. Jackson. ,
evening spent a delightful
very Shepherd Lena Mae "Welch Okle Curry -
Considerable business was disposedof time. The wide verandas of the club REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Leola Pauline
Curry Bumby, Mollie -
most of it relating to the furnish- I house afforded an excellent place for Y Yowell Minnie Powell Lizzie a
ings of the new church. It was voted dancing all the graceful new dances
Powell Fannie Bell Tenny Stanley
that the next "sit around" begin at 1
while the lake
by moonlight
was an Tenny Chas. McEwan Jr., and Miss
nine in the morning and every one I ideal place for those who enjoyed the Lauretti Crux. ,
come prepared to sew for the Red motor boat riding. This was the most

Cross work for the wounded in the I delightful of the club's the
FOR 5 Rooms Furnished South Main ;
war zonesSeveral I Biggest per cent of profit ever is RENT---Bungalo ,
evening being so perfect for the out-
sewing machines will be I ing. derived from the use of the Sentinel's Street. ;

moved to the church parlors; the gar- Sorosis Club want ad. columns.

ments are already cut out, and the I
The Sorosis Club had an interesting -
entire day will be given to this work. I meeting on Tuesday. Mrs Whitman OSTEOPATHYDR. Seven Room House, South Orlando.

All ladies who are members of the I her from the
gave report convention -
Presbyterian: church or who are visit- I of Federation of Women's
Two New Five Room Houses South West
ing in the city! pre invited to these 'Clubs. Mrs. Gore and Mrs. Lartiguegave J. C .HOWELL Orlando.

monthly,:4*!$it.arounds," the next one : a book review which was very Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

being the latter part of January. !,i much enjoyed. extra charge tor mouse treatment

Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles EntertainsMrs. Civic League Except Night Calls.Telep.hone _

LeRoy B. Giles entertainedwith The executive board of the Civic connections ,

a porch party yesterday for her.League met in the Chapter House Office cor. Orange' and Central Area.IUMMMMMMIIIIM8MIM .)illll MIIIIIM* illMMMtll , , + .


We have employed an expert

radiator and body man who is


.! ready to stop that leak in your radiator -

or make those crushed fen- i

v ders look like new. j

Overland Model 80

$1,125.00 Drop in and see him, we guar,1

antee satisfaction.


But- No'Advanced Advance in Feature.Price.brianaic San Juan Darago Wo DI :

| ; ; Auto. & Supply Co. 8-27-d & w

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FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
lumber Laths and
by Dr. Christ. Long term : S11i1"1gles ,
SENTINEL tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.

FOR 11-13-tfc RENT-Large, attractive room. II I IT

WANTSThe 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. If I I

FOR RE Beautiful dwelling with
garage; elegantly furnished; on f
Morning Sentinel Want Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
Directory is the Greatest Want 8-27-tf ORLANDO \t- +
Ad Medium in Orlando. 1

FOR RENT Seven room house; water -
Terms Cash in Advance. gas, electric lights, bath etc.; -I

RATES barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 by

For One Day ----__________23t;) 200 feet.. Apply at 735 North 10-31-tf Orange Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime I

For Three Days --__________50c avenue. ,
For Six Days -______________75c -- -.---- -- --- ---
'A CORNER LOTis For One Month ---_________$2.50 FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- ------ --
veniences unfurnished. Jas. A.
This rate applies on all ads of -
25 words or less. If the ad contains Knox. 11-3-tf 1'I
always the Buyer's choice. I more than 25 words the rate I
I will be word FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three
one cent per for
There are but few corners each additional word for each in- large airy rooms and sleeping

and they are generally sold sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to porch Foster;,near 411 Lake South Lucerne.Boone street.Mrs. J. E. :SU-Sr: : ESS

the office telephone No. 24. Ac- 11-11-tfc
earlyWe counts opened by telephone will be
have a house on a good payable the following day. FOR RENT-Large convenient Also rooms ,
for light housekeeping. pleas-

corner lot all modern and Every Home-Every Business- ant sunshine front bed room on first Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
and modern
floor. Private family
Every Man has use for a
up-to-date. Sentinel Want Ad. conveniences.11-24-tf. 315 West Central. the most important ones come through the right banking con-

A NEW HOUSE FOR RENT-One bed room sleeping nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. Weinvite
kitchen with all
porch and conven-
iences; close in in a nice neighborhood you to open an account with usheie a personal interest +

The price is low for FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 at 307 East Pine St.
very Oliver typewriter with splendid ll-26-6t* is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO t
this grade of property. Call leather case. :Machine: in excellent
condition, used but very little. Call FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms
in and let us take you out between 12'o'clock noon and 2 p. m. for houeskeeping; also bed rooms;
for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. bath, hot and cold water; all modern;
and show it to you today. 1-28-tf BANK & TRUST CO.SUBTROPICAL
new house; private family; large .
sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue
) FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room 11-26-61
ORLANDO BUILDING I I SUNOCO. dwelling 202 Hillcrest avenue; .

modern and complete in every re- 'JII
FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
f II North Orange Avenue spect. If interested call up phone ly furnished: rooms; gas separate
565. 11-24-tf
bath new' house; adults only. 604 1111..111. 11111111111111 1IIII II ,t ., l . ... a nt : J : ; : : X < : II
PHONE 608 Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa WANTED I
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal WANTED-Position driving automo- : EXPOSITION
of proposed brick road. Ad- bile, for hire or private family by :
dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box young white man 19 years old. Have
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. had experience. Can furnish refer-
DAVIS A GILES CounselF. ence. Address I. J. Carter Orlando
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home Fla., R. F. D. No. 1. 12-l-3t MID-WINTER

for small family; grapefruit, guava
and orange trees; six squares of post- WANTED TO RENT a horse by the
office. Apply to W. D. West, 515 month; will take care of horse and
Busine -: Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. ""e<* Address X, care Sentinel. 5 TFlEE. '
ll-28-6t OEL.A. iO -
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-For :

BUSY MEN.\ FOR SALE-Five room house one will cure your chickens of sore-
mile fi head and prevent them from havingthe 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
"m court house $6. O. One
e. Liberty Brush automobile $75. In- dreaded disease. One or two applications 9
T. F. HOURIHAN. Licensed Plumber.
Shoe sufficient. For sale at
quire Hospital 8 East Church
Conscientious work at fair prices. street. 11-17-lruo my residence 309 America street Or-
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf ''ndo. Price 50c. and $1 per bottle.
11-28-6t* =
FOR SALE-One] seven passenger.
six cylinder automobile 1 year old, TOURISTS wanted at private boarding -
Bouton Church
and Orange Brothers corner Shoes first class condition. Don't answei house near Lake Standish; Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
avenue. repaired '
while wait. Best rubber unless interested. Address Bargain, plenty of fishing; real cOl'ntryiife; of Stock and
40 cents.you Best English tan leather.heels care ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf Northern cooking; reasonable rates. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits Hogs Poultry,

Phone 487. 11-15-lmo FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston Fla.Address Mrs. L. Smoot Plymouth 11-29-6t* and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports I

Wakefield $1.00 thousand. ------
LAUNDRYYour per Areoplans Lectures and Entertainments of all kinds
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. ;MULES WANTED-One pair of rood
general laundry work French 10-28-tf large mules wanted for the winter
dry cleaning and pressing will be ap months. Give weight and terms.

preciated. Satisfaction and service I FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence po>>ts. Box 604, Orlando postofflce.1118tfc .

Pnone guaranteed.654. Reel's Open September Steam Laundry 28th. Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- ; ; -For Information or premium list, address
tle. -- -
f..r whites only. 9-25-tf FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine '--ROOMS FOR- -RENT--- -. : ; VVM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres'tU

Up to date painting papering, etc.,
hammock land; eight in grove; the NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
o is the kind you want. Where to get present crop of oranges will be from to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
it? That's easy, phone 636. W.IT.i i 750;; to 1.000 boxes; 503; :) trees all told 10-25-tf 1,11111111.,111111,1 .1111111111111111.111,111.11111..111111111111111111111111.
Entrican. 1-20-tf ready for sttting 10 acres in lake
one and miles from
quarter Apopka.
-", Price 5000. Address W. II., Box -
unfurnished for !i
or : light
T. F. HOURIHAN, Licensed Plumber. 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
housekeeping; electric: lights; "i w
Conscientious work at fair prices. For Sale house. Phone Johnson, 67. 23Ct'DI1SCiLLA.IEOU'
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-tf tf6ne.
30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land I fttJ

20 fenced}, 10 cleared, crop on it now, :; U yWe ,
Eat all you want. ready for planting trees this winter
Eat what want. .
you and crop next spring; near school and The New Pocket Billiard Parlor,
Take and it.
postscript forget
church; half mile of railroad tatinT!' !
; ..
o. S "'c-t Pine: street, is now oren '
For sale all
by druggists. good neighborhood four miles fro Bros' famous
l-7-d&w-lyr court house. Special; price if taken :in n J for business. 11287tI have received a car of Foster

next 80 days. Box 4, Orlando.
i orange and grapefruit trees! ; all

I buy sell rent, and exchange real FOR SALE trees guaranteed tot!. References Iron BedsThere
estate. Have resided in Orlando,Fla., furnished. Charges $6.00 per acre Porslanlyke
over 30 years. Have handled over Narsery stoCk, one, two, three and I Address, Box 222, Ocoee Fla.
four year old buds; Foster Early, 11-10-lmo
20000000. Call and see me. Pineapple Java Homosassa: Washington r
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle. with the finish
I that will
Apopk Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 PC::th is nothing compare

INU11CE I Orange avenue is now open. Dr.u-:: Beds and OUR PRICES for these
tif'il 'oration near Lake I.e'rnelore that Foster
Get your roses now and have lots WANTED. ROOIERS-JooWTI jin'; T>ck'". S rcTo ven-nda are on ,
of bloom through the winter. Roses board in delightful couit'y rc-'. I .' .. for the
.lrs. V T. Y;;.ilk.2i. 11-10-lr.iOC: : far less than others charge same
now ready for shipment.W. dence three-fourths mile from Orlando beds are

11-3-tf II. BROKAW, Salesman. air,, in fruits orange and grove.congenial Plenty surround-fresh BLASTING Subsoiling and Dynamiting style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would
of all kinds done short
ings.11-29-lwk Address* A. B. C., Sentinel. tice. A full stock of on dynamite no-in like to call and see this line; nothing like it in
NOTICE-ROSES magazine at all times. See L. N. you

Owing to the coo'. weather our FOR RENT Lewis 406 S. East street Orlando.
roses are now ready for transplanting. 11-13-1mo* the
All orders booked for first
ship- FOR
RENT-Up to date furnished
ment should be here by the 10th of NOTICE city.We
house all
; 211 Jackson
; -
November.W.. street. Also two light house- with all cash sales.Kincaid
H. BROKAW, Salesman. ,I keeping rooms. ll-29-8t THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'S give coupons .
11-3-tf Guild will hold a.bazaar, afternoonand
evening at the Chapter House,
I AT YOUR OWN GARAGE-Let a on Wednesday December 2nd. Sup-
Don't wait for every one in town t( first class mechanic put your car per will be serve from six until
have Entrican the painter before in running order. Watch him work. seven. ll-26-6tc
you try. Am too busy to look yo Leave call 407 West street. Phone
up. Phone 636, and I will be on th 563. ll-29-6t*, :
job. 1-20-U Get the news in the Sentinel first. Snowden

FOR RENT-Pleasant, sunny rooms
Who is your painter and decorator*. completely furnished. Breakfast if
If you are satisfied keep the one yoi desired. 605 North Orange avenue. T. A. MANN

have. 636.; if not, phone W. T. EntricanNo. l-20-f: 11-29-1w* Low Priced Furniture House.

FOR RENT-To desirable people

T. F. HOURIHAN Licensed Plumber well furnished suite bed room and Grocery, Pine St.SPECIALS and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
Conscientious work at fair prices sitting room with private lavatory.Also Cor. Main
Phone 629. 106 Court St. 8-23-ti I single rooms, and a garage.
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington _
St. 11-29-lmc' -
E.t what you want. i
2.i t all 3 ou want.
T.ke a postscript and forget it. FOR RENT-Two or three unfur- I
F..r sale by all druggists. nished rooms, either upstairs or I GORDON1S' CARRIAGE I ,
t7d&wlyThey : downstairs. All modern conveniences.Close !
to two good l lakes. Inquire at ANNOUNCEMENTMR.
506 W. Amelia street. W. H. Boyte.
run almost anything and everything 11-29-6t* -AND-
on wheels these days. LOOK FOR SOMETHING I MR. FRITZ HAUEB has opened a

__ n_ ___ __ FOR RENT-Desirable parties can BAGGAGE A TRANSfER I DR. L. H. RAMSDEUj I Violin
find a few well and handsomely I j OPTOMETRIST StudioROOM
NEIL McDUFFEE furnished rooms with sleeping porch BIG
and nue. bath at 615 North Orange 11-29-3t ave-* LT. HARRELL Prop.' (Successor to Dr. O. F. LUUM/ 8 ROCK BLDG.

Contractor! anti Builder Piano and Furniture
particulars call at the address.
Bungalows a Specialty five rooms and bath; all modern Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF
conveniences; lake front location Hours
; attractive 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.
Arcade Building.! Orlando ter Park price.Fla. Address Box ll-27-6t 33. Win- 1 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING; !


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3, Paint il i and ''Nail Co.I

31 '. Paper
Bureau of Education Has Issuedan ,. ;' .. ..... v 1-""" .., 4 .
Extensive Report on >

Work of Eradicationof t.
.> I High Grade Paints, Oils, Vas .'.',

Disease I < i; AGENTS FOR nishes, Katsomine, Wall Pa- *

bhington, Dec. .-The bureauof t i Pallon's Sun Proof Paper, Wall Board, Roof- 1
lucation has issued a report on ,j Paints ing, Brushes, Etc. ?

the Commission work of the for Rockefeller the Eradication Sanitary of THE GIRL [ 1 1 J SOLD'AT THE SIGN OF Phone 261 205 S. Orange Ave. J
': ; THE SUN
Hookworm Disease. ORLANDO, FLORIDA! t

"In the Southern States," says : '

Commissioner Claxton in making public i lJ'y THE"MASTER Y v I Special Wall Paper 3000 Rolls at 5c.
the report, "one of the most com I

mon forms of disease, especially ; : > 11 Ml IIII IM I J . . 9. . 11 I t .

among children, is hookworm disease. .i f ___ __ __u_ ___ _________ _________ _
The campaign for its eradication by Cowriftt. 1914. /tll ",0<<); : ; '\ .'xa .
mewed by the Vnitffrjal y .
the Rockefeller commission is one of i turng Co'-iponj*. tvhich ij t : r-
!I Ihij production in ttadirg tt>
the most remarkable health cam- .
...'.lr t:,;!1 A. *f jo>wjty
paigns ever waged in this country. It
has shown conclusively the impor-i I -- "\ Hammond & ore

tant part which the schools may bear I

I in any campaign against this and I PROLOGUE. sealed packet she whispered. "It hasn't come on the I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMIRS. I

other communicable diseases. For I In print as on the moving cfficer re I Empress, and that means wait at least

this reason I have asked Dr. John A. '! tare screen, "Lucille Love" The butler another month. If there was any

Ferrell, assistant director general of a thrilling rapid fire drawing out I chance of the senate's failing to con- REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
and putting firm It we wouldn't bother you. but a
the international health commission ,
It takes its heroine, a
the papers month is such a long time and-and COMPARE
:who has had an important part in of charm and
woman softly the Dick has some money now"-
the campaign against the hookwormin into the strangest of man's touch. "Yes yes, yes." the general retorted

the South, to prepare the report There she braves the perils listening. gruffly, a twinkle in his eye that belied I OUR FURNITUREWe I
transmitted here. feet con- the tODBut from what I've
sea and land for the sake of
Dr. Ferrell tells of the gift of strains of mu- seen tonight and the last week since provide the quality of furniture that has I long
love. As the situations
$1,000,000 in 1909 by John D. Rocke- : glide of Harley started his aeroplane maneu- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
feller for the war against the hook- with the swiftness and ease across the vers I thought there might be some I standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
the moving picture, the behind him. change in your plans." I
wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
worm. finds himself following, as been wasted Lucille flushed prettily, her eyes this clear it is of the foundation
point too one stonesof
"In January, 1910, Dr. Ferrell ; in his me- flashing a mocking smile at the stal-
would the living movements this business and that much
says, "a commission composed of educators -! I opportunity. wart young officer who stood now I means any buyer. I
the reel, the fortunes of
doctors, business men of national j with her. holding her hand."Mr. .
reputation was formed and the her foe Loubeque, the i I Harley's a very nice man," she McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK

following officers elected: F. T. Gatesof I' tional spy, amid scenes of V I defended. "even if Dick does get jeal- ,
I wreck and the wildness ous. Besides a girl has to be amused
New York city, chairman of Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla.
; Dr.J' .
the : I somehow when busy old generals keep n
I ture, on sea, among
Wicldiffe Rose, administrative secre- their officers working all day and
tary; Dr. Charles W. Stiles, scientific I of the cannibals and I I -.. :\ I i night- 4 .r .J

secretary. The work of this commis- But Lucille and her arch "I'll think It over dear." the general -
sion, which is known as the Rocke- are not the only two in the i I said kindly, "immediately I get ----- ---- ----

feller Sanitary Commission, has involved ture and story whose through with the orders that came tonight
,,;:i : Lieutenant" he said briskly
three definite tasks: (1)) To art followed with the tribute I
the orders and from
I i "you put papers
determine the distributionof intense interest. The old
geographic Washington in the safe, as I told you?
the infection and to make eral Lucille's father her \ "
a reliable ; Will you get them for me?

f estimate of the degree of infection Lieutenant Gibson; the chief j The aid flushed a hit his fingers

for each infected area; (2) to I I the savages and others all ji i I playing at the gold strap at his side.

cure the present sufferers; ((3) to remove out distinctly in the 'Yby-why.. general." he stammered YIlJpr-- ;

the source of infection by put- of picture and story.CHAPTER. "I left the combination memoran-
dum In my room. Lucille was waIt-
ting a stop to soil-pollution.
ing and""Get -
Dr. Ferrell that the most effective dad.
says ; "
I. it! snapped the old man. The
work has been done by dem- I i BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
The Work of a Spy. continue i slightest infraction of military system '
onstration through the agency of the i no suspicion touched his heart on the raw. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
was swift; he was certain .
county dispensary for the free examination I !i j He studied his aid curiously whenbe
and treatment of the peo- HE was sore.Faintly sweet the ;:j alias I i returned and began fumbling with Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
the knobs of the safe. The door and guaranteed against any reduc-
ple. In this work the counties and perfume lingered in the ] "Chi Tom : opened 1,1915
states help. A dispensary is open and the rustle of Lucille Love's |i jobs in many :|: and the lieutenant's hand automatically tion during that time: '
world glid I reached inside toward the
from six to eight weeks. seemed still to sound against the I I
of the which General scurrying place where he had put the packet. Touring Car$555.00
tiny room I
Up to June 30 of this
year 1,061-
An of incredulous
parade expression dismay
ter Love used as his private office; I I
352 persons were microscopically examined echo of Lieutenant Gibson's I I!! !' in devious 1 j i was upon his: face as be drew out a Runabout 505.00 I

and 599,486 treated. tones bad not departed when tbe i j ( homes :J: bundle of banknotes. F. O. B. Orlando. All car fully equipped.
The hookworm, Dr. Ferrell ex leading to the servant's quarters sigi'r j Slip i j I "Why. I don't remember: these!" he
i,! >. street, lined cried. Then with an expression' of relief Further we will be able to obtain the rn.ifonm efficiencyin
plained, is an intestinal parasiteaworm A cautious fraction of an inch i iI and the minimum cost in our
factory production
that leaned our
about one-third of an inch long time, a sound so faint that I I I ; one another. ." "You have already been here purchasing and sales department if we r-ach an output of
sir? above dates.And .
lived between it and silence 300.900 car between
when grown. When of microscopicsize I t I blearily to "
the departure of the general's aid 1] !f :co. General Love's tone was peremptory riwuld we reach this production we agree to pay as
i i
it enters the body, most often the girl he loves the girl be i before the j crackling. lIe did not relish the borer' share from UI to $66 per car (on or about

through the skin, generally throughthe marry. As the butler's face i:]j! His From hand delay of any sort.:: "Come, come-the August 1.1913)between to every August retail 1. 1SI1 buyer and who Au*parchaae.t I, 1915.a new
| pull. Ford car
skin of the feet, because the feet Itself on the threshold the door i]i house came papers I gave you. lieutenant. For further particular regarding thee low price and profit-
come in contact with it in the pollutedsoil. opened that led to the I "General they are-not-there.
slowly. plan. *ee
very sharing
Its effect is to make its victims burst of music vibrated there j "Not there! Like the crackling of .
anemic-in was silence. The butler closed up i fire in dry twigs was the old man's F. G. RUSH.
plain English worthless And j
door swiftly behind him and j voice "Not there, sir! Then perhaps
more or less. In cases it is employer 226
many across the floor stopping before I they, too, may be in your room. Phone
fatal, and it prepares the victim for safe, his dexterous fingers Ii i "No, sir. I distinctly recall placing
any other disease that he may be disposed ing the knobs with a careless them In the order box. There was no
'. U. S. A..
to, notably typhoid fever. money there at the time."
as be over- But two men bad access to that safe;
his aid and but two men knew of the arrival oft ..
Get the news in The Sentinel first. little cozy cor- .. . r. I I I . 0 I r. 11111. I. . .I.IIIIH

lieutenant had I
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...i. k.'. have he sighed taken J I I REAL ESTATEWe

I t 'II stood on the
MCCULLOC'SDepartment : that the j

jj finally in household Officers been I

| : Store : i :; In this great buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

felt this you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
gladly give

man and be and talk :your wishes over with us.

it China and I I was confirmation harbor remold so short.now her The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

Glassware to the ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

: The two
the marriage million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

I the general
Cooking Ii bad lived always up two years.

: Utensils i We are well posted on the value of all classes and

his shoul-
I his private of- kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
: Watch window for Monday I I he get relief

: specials. And '4 bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
I be done for
I : loved their : Estate Bargains.
- .: 128 Orange Avenue with ;:

: Lucill Love. the an-i
.111111.11111111.111111.' command-
that spoke of the master to send
bis fare against the cold steel hIs {I
fairly peaked with the tensity of : :
ORLANDOPLUMBING listening for the click of falling of a his smile stern toj I': WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY

blers. His expression betrayed woman's skirt I "Oh, father
anxiety. He know his .worth
j the orders and papers. General Love
CO.I, the pregnability of the safe in Came a suddenly rose, the chair scraping rasp- R. WARING, Manager
his master placed so great
outside i I ingly upon the tense silence.
and to which be had consigned upon the | "Lieutenant Gibson." he began his Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631
papers and orders he had just
Lucille i
hiding i
voice rivaling the sound of the scrap
26 WEST PINE STREET from Washington until the ball of mock !: ing chair. "Lucille mentioned a moment ... 11.15tfU.
over and he had time to study the bit his mus-I
ago that you bad suddenly acquired -
PHONE 122 structions at his leisure. broadly. }' sufficient money to Justify as .. .11..11111.-111..1.1..1.1..01..111"----------
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The cracksman heaved a sigh of fumbling' immediate marriage"

: lief as bis sensitive finger tips littered his "Yes. sir. A legacy"- unhappy inhabitants of Belgium dailyis

Best Plumbing at Low- 'great him the iron last door tumbler swung bad open fallen.to t to say for I General"Leaving Love the snorted combination his disbelief.of this U. S. FLOUR TAXEDIn I I becoming more serious. The Echo

tug. Beige states that flour from America
floor twin
est PricesWe safe with secrets which are invaluableto
lie was swift; he was certain; about her fa the United States with secrets that Belgium by the Germans- I for the starving Belgian populationhas

are not in the combine. rraa jure. Not a paper was velvet of her would be of untold value to the enemies Belgian People Are been taxed by the German authorities -
SLAUTER'S latest inventions used I ed nis fingers fluttered like / leathery of the United States with secrets Becoming Taxed
with a levy of $2.60
on all firstclassPlumbing I' white birds drifting among the had coaxed that might mean the sacrifice of not on every
eral's papers with a certitude that way she had territory but countless lives-does that HeavilyLondon 225 pounds, which is not at all in

I I"l spoke great familiarity. With a ; to falL not strike you as strange not to say accordance with the spirit of the
Construction "It's about Dick's promotion dad." auspicious, that such a precious thing Dec. Observers in Am- American arrangement for the reliefof

sterdam say that the condition of the the Belgian sufferers.
(Continued page I).

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Headquarters Has Se- .

lect Place for WomenMr. I'
Magin in Chargeof

Rest RoomAll (

tourists and winter visitors as I '

Starting BIG is Not well as winter residents are invited :
: 'I'
to make themselves known at the

7 RightIf '
Starting 1

our wealthiest men had waited to : '1 i'I

bank accounts with a BIG I
start their .. H.
amount-they would still be waiting.

Little deposits grow to big sums. It's 4
the little business that has the best chanceto
become big. It is the young man who ,
can take care of the small sums who will t

be able to handle a big business.We '
encourage small deposits. We wel-, : .13 {JZCi: : t J'I\RS J

come new accounts of $1.00. We pay 4 4

per cent. antI Sneak Thieves hold no dread J t

for those \yiio l STATE BANKof

>lcs in our vault.

Orlando S vfe Deposit Boxes

1 I $1 per year and up. ;

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Judge J. M. Cheney has called a : ::
meeting of the Orlando board of

health for Wednesday night at 7:00
Mr. W. H. Allison of Britt Md. is o'clock in the city hall. >
among the late arrivals at the San

Juan. During the month of November jff

County Judge Wm. Martin issued seventeen ID. ; D
Mr. S. J. Sligh left last night for marriage licenses seven to :
Tampa to look after business mat- white and twelve to colored couples.Col. .

Cary D. Landis one of thestate's .. .... :> -. .; ':'-: '. ,:'. '. ." ........ . .... .. .. .... .. ::. :. ...,:.: ....:> .. : ,
Mr. H. P. Jenkins of New Orleans, prominent and successful attorneys I .. ,
is spending tocl-y in Orlando a guestat was in Orlando yesterdayfrom I .
the San Juan. DeLand on professional busi-
the native pine forests the experts rights. Everybody was satisfied and

Mr. E. I.. Lesley of Kissimmee, ness. ATTACKED BY NEW think that it would be beyond control.I highly pleased.In .
its larval the moth is so addition to the playing of Mary
was the business visitors to stage
Mrs. W. E. Tuttle and mother Mrs.A. I
Orlando yesterday. I[I effectively protected in the buds and Pickford the acting of Russell Bas-
Myers are expected to reach Or- INSECT
a shoots that it cannot be reached by sett as "The Prime Minister" was decidedly -
lando today from Petoskey Mich., '
Before having pictures see "life where they have been spending the any insecticide and the only method noteworthy. He was the per-
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North summer. EUROPEAN PINE- i i of getting rid of it is to prune out sonification of dignity, humor and
:Main. 1125tfMr. | and destroy the shoots which contain sterling burlesque.
MOTH THREAT- the insect. This should preferably be The next showing of the Paramount -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Clum and j
S. Wallenstein a well known Mr. Daniel F. Clum, of Valley Falls TROUBLE I'done during the fall and winter. pictures will be Friday night,
traveling man of Cincinnati is in N. Y., have arrived in Orlando to here.'q, I: Though it is easier to locate the injured Dustin Farnum in "The Virginian."
Orlando today registered at the San spend the winter months at their Hopes to tips and shoots after growth'
Juan. pretty home in Concord Park. Insect Before has started in the spring, it is safer EMPIRE HOTEL ARRIVALS
I and better for the tree to have it
Any Damage Is G. M. Robinson W. E. Armstrong,
The increased activity around the Mrs. R. G. Derby arrived yesterday I Done I done in the fall. Measures for con- B. Maza, and M. J. Harriet, of Jack-
packing houses in this city is occa- afternoon from Southern Pines, N. C., troll to be effective can not be accomplished sonville; E. O. Roper Winter Garden;
1!' without the W. II. Sanborn Boston; R. A. Burns,
\ sioned by better market quotationsfor I cooperative
to visit her sister, Mrs. Mary G. Rich-
is calling attention I action of all who Cleveland; W. A. McRae, Tampa; A.
oranges. ardson, who is pleasantly located for and establishment grow or plant B. Levy J. B. Vincent, and L. A.
the winter at 502 South Lake street. I I European pines or deal in them. Sikes Atlanta; K. C. Rickard, New
Mrs. J. P. Stevens of Atlanta, Ga., of the European pine- Further information in regard to York; W. W. Baker, Kansas City; W.
which threatens to cause Sinclair Quanah Texas E. M. Doyle,
the insects be obtained ;
has arrived in Orlando to spend the Messrs. Geo. C. Sanderson I I may by application -
repre- This insect is a small Tampa; Miss B. Berry, Green Cove
winter, and is pleasantly located at senting W. N. Michael & Son, Philadelphia I moth the larva of which to the Bureau of Entomology Springs; R. L. Lambert, Leesburg;
the Wyoming. Pa., and Mr. J. A. lIurrell.wcc I I Washington, D. C. J. R. Dey, Ocala; H. R. Jones Southern -
well known with I new buds and kills or in- Railway; P. Sidersky, Baltimore,
orange buyers I t ends of twigs of pine trees. i iI I Md.\ ; F. E. Allyn Haines City.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers returnedto headquarters in Orlando, spending which' GRAND DRAWS LARGE CROWD
I causes a deformity
their home in Orlando Sunday, yesterday in Seville. I --- CARD OF THANKSWe 1
in ornamental trees, and in I
after a few days' visit in this city.- for lumber makes a I I The Grand was the Mecca last desire to thank all kind friends

Ocala Banner.W. Harvey C. Mayer, of the1.. C. and a consequent : night for moving picture loving citizens neighbors and others who sent flow .

Hunt Soap and Chemical Works of [ the tree is cut. I when Mary Pickford appeared in ers, were helpful to us, and assistedus
F. Malcolm, of Jacksonville, Indianapolis has returned to Indianapolis the insect not only at- I" "Such a Little Queen." It was the during our bereavement over the

was in the city yesterday on business. but expects to come down in I native pines but is equally first showing of the Paramount pic- loss of our son, Marvin.
He represents the Remington Type- January for the season to live in Or- I i to American. species culti- : tures in Orlando of which Manager MR. AND MRS. R. L. WILDER
writer company.All lando on Rock lake. Tallman has the exclusive stage J and family.
I I : The department states .
larvae into --- ------ -- --- ----
I :\ i young came
of the store windows in Orlando Ii i Mr. J. II. Randolph, of Leesburg, i within the buds on im
have taken on new life with the i the clever representative of Chase &
seedlings which have
approach of the Christmas season. i Sanborn Boston, Mass., who has been
They are all dresesd in the very latest making annual pilgrimages to this : or France Germany.England The Holland depart- A Money MakerTwo

style and would do credit to a city' section for the past twenty-odd years, ators have discovered
of ten times this size, and then some. was in Orlando yesterday.The .
: 10 localities in 6 States
lots on Hillcrest avenue, corner of Broadway.
: to Pennyslvania,
Miss Sadie Stern after a several "flowers that bloom in the likely that it may be found Each lot 64x135. Sidewalk already down. Bearing orange

weeks visit in Orlando with Mr. and :: spring" is something that you haveto i| localities. It has not been I II trees. Southern exposure. Hillcrest avenue will be
Mrs. A. N. Goodwin, returned yester- wait for, but the Daily Morning I i any native trees in the for-
day to her home in Greensboro N. C. : Sentinel is always waiting for you I] only one exception has paved with brick.

She had a delightful visit in the city when you awake. Let us send it to i I on European pines in i ii These lots must be sold AT ONCE and the price insures -
and her many friends regret her de you if you are not already a sub-
scriber. i I and private parks. There i a quick and certain profit. Let me show them to
parture. I I to indicate that it has ',
Cash terms.
I you. or
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I country more than a year !
i Long Island where it has :
I more than two years. !

Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? ; I several native pine-shoot;(
I none of them inflicts the S.Y.WAYInsurance ,
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed I of the European spec-i! ,

Everything in the Chicken line. |I
hopes that now the : and Real Estate Agent
be stamped out before
Wright Seed CompanyPhone j I I I too widespread to be con- PHONE 172

!I At present the problem of

179 206 So. Orange Ave. i 1 is confined mainly to

r: ; but if it once gets into


I: E3it a,1e ow On '

$55.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price $41.25 25.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ------ ------- $ 9.85

f., $45.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs Special Sale Price ____________________ 33.75 $20.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ------.---------- 17.90

f $35.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ----------------- 28.50 Others at corresponding big discounts. Come in and select yours now.

! Osoeir Hand Sc Son \A/9 Pine Street

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