Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00358
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 19, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00358
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



AGAINST T T THE f REPEAL f \ Of T TOLLS. A T Claim That Great She Love Was for the Her Victim of Hundreds of Attended the -Dkkson-Ives the Spring Co.'s Opening PTO T BE f NAMED BY y DICTATOR T T HUERTAr f T A

Husband Department Store
I -
Paris, France, March 18.-Armed The ideal weather of yesterday wasa AGREEMENT SAID TO HAVE ,
detachments of republican guards appearing call for all to abandon their duties BEEN REACHED TO

,, at stragetic points of Paris and enjoy the glorious sunshine, but THIS EFFECT
I today added to the tense excitement the most alluring excuse for the

v .yJI y, aroused among politcal ;factions by crowds of shoppers passing to and t I ..

A STUBBORN lilT IS PROMISED the editor assassination of the Figaro.of Gaston At every Calmette point, I fro of on the Orange Dickson-Ives avenue was company's the opening department -- H HU[ERTA J 10 RESIGN 1118 OFFICE E

where there was likelihood of trou- I, store, which was thronged x
I .
ble the police were supported by soldiers. -i throughout the day.
The offices of the Figaro, the: The building presented a most attractive I \Y WILL TAKE COMMAND OF FEDERAL
chamber of deputies, the residence of appearance, while the beau FORCES AND LEAVE
BILL FOR REPEAL OF M. Caillaux and the St. Lazare prison -' tiful and artistic floral decorations i : OFFICE IN HANDS OF

FREE TOLLS where Madame Caillaux has occupied -; excited the admiration of all who saw
a cell since she killed the editor -! them. The show windows, in which..1

\ t Washington, March 18.-(Special.) to clear her Husband's name-all many handsome articles were displayed
-Floor Leader Underwood. seems to were magnets which attracted the were banked with ferns and Washington, March 18.-Special.( )

be gaining strength in his fight populace. At each point strong bodies -I roses, while on the main floor every I. w : a. F, al -President Wilson and Huerta have

against the repeal of the. canal free of police and soldiers were on case and counter bore tall vases of I decided to come to terms. The administration -

tolls act for coastwise ships. duty prepared to act sharply in- quelling exquisite roses, nasturtiums, and I is convinced from the
disturbances.In sweet peas, for which the dark green treatment which it received at the
In the polls taken a week ago the
repealing bill had a majority behind the southern part of Paris, i in of ferns made a most effective back hands a_ f Carranza that his participation -

the president of more than one hun- H. TJICKSON, the Latin quarter and in the working ground. Feathery E. IVES, SR, in the proposed peace agreementis
President of Dickson-Ives i Company. class districts outlined the and President of DicksonIvest impossible.The .
4 dred. A poll taken today shows a where it is only necessary stairway, I
of the second floor Company. report that Huerta's confidenI
for a turbulent individual to was
wavering majority in the house of I .
I shriek "Death to Caillaux" or "Assas with delicately colored i -.1 ---- '- - -- tial agent, Portilla Rojas, will confer
less than sixty.Underwood CLUB HOUSE o AND PAVILION ATLAKE'EOIA
sin" for him to be joined by dozens soms. Many handsome with John Lind at Vera Cruz was followed
hasn't unlimbered' his { [ U ANo ACRES[ IN ArOrKASCn
'of others, the police kept zealous cards expressing the good today by a positive statement
artillery.. Following the speech he .is SUGGESTED[ '
watch. friends and business from a source of high authority that
I Several times they cleared firms
to make in the house opposing the I [ N SOlO
who however erous other of a new Mexican ambassador is expected -
repeal the house expects a special away noisy groups reassembled messages
as soon as the police had tion were received during to succeed Charge d'Affaires Alga-
message from the president. !I. To Be Used as Tourist Headquartersin
who Mexico at
Representative Broussard of Louis Winter and Amusements passed. The souvenirs for the by the Purchasers in a ra now. represents
iana has been given the to close Madame Caillaux today seems to both useful and attractive, Washington.From
j Development
in Summer
these facts it be stated ;
the debate in favor of free tolls. He i, have become a popular heroine among the dress goods
drafted the free tolls law. j the excited people, her name is heard small memoranda books of Purposes positively that the president and

It is the belief today by many members -1 The great success marking the constantly. She is talked_ of as the ivory, one side bearing the --- I Huerta will within the next few

of who follow the opening of the Tourist Headquarterson I victim of her love for ,:M. Caillaux for the year and the other acres of land in the I weeks reach an understanding which
congress pres {include
will the of the de-
ident that the repealing bill is to be Pine street has caused a somewhat and his instrument in the crime which of the firm. In the grocery section changed own recognition

withdrawn by the administration. If general discussion among leading cit- has robbed the press qf a prominent ment bread knives were the sellers being facto government. .
it is it will iens of providing better quarters for writer and the French cabinet of its and the visitors registered and Austin Starbird, and Huerta, it is said, will ,take com '
pressed solely as a
comet mand of the federal but will
another season, and a propositionwhich leading spirit. received their gifts, which being J. W. Jackson, army,
measure supplemental to
treat ,
from the President
with will be put forward is to builda The crowds have adopted as their tributed by Miss Ethel : J. H. Vick and S. S. resign presidency. -
provisions and apart
England not s
Wilson will to the
of the governmental policy. dub house at Lake Eola, extending i own the assertion of Deputy Dela- M rs. S. E. Ices, Jr. transaction was con agree accept

The South is debatable ground with over the water, with rest and reading I I have in the chamber last night that dreds of the souvenirs were the real estate agency successor whom Huerta names.

t the president. in his fight to carry rooms above and a pavilion for Banc. "cabinet ministers nowadays send so great was the crowd that .
ing, bowling and other amusementson I heir wives to kill those .obstructing ply was exhausted before one of the largest
through the repeal. Only one state,I{
Texas, stands with him solidly. I the first Boor.1,iThis their path." during the day over two consummated in this Sec
n : idea has J been informally Excitement among the populace is men registered. while. An interesting ASSESSMENTS
OF f [ [
brought to the attention of several worked upon by the many sensational Music was furnished, the fact that the purchas :

CONSPIRACY Y TO RESTRAIN[ TRADE'I and in every case it has been approved newspapers among the 139 daily publications Scruggs and orchestra, and home men, and have ex .
I IS I and the plan that the project of Paris. These exaggerate, punch was served by Miss confidence in the future .

S SUBJECT[ Of SUIT :I shall be 'financed out of. the city invent and hint ,at things and the by and Miss Fannie by investing thus Candidates \\illllave to Dig Up Five ::

I funds seems to meet with general paper vendors yell the insinuations bowls which held the Per Cent of AnnualCompensation ;
Lehigh Valley Railway and ,Its Su favor. among the crowd, exciting the people each surrounded by a wreath lies north of Forrest City
sidiaries Must Answer' in have certainly been surprisedand still further. peas, and the table beneath Clay Springs and Rock

United delighted at the manner in whichour Madame Caillaux meanwhile 'sleeps lined with asparagus fern. and goes west,to the In conformity with the law thee
States Court visitors have taken advantage of in a narrow iron bed in the prison Everything in dry goods, Line railway. It is r county executive committee has filed J

'I the room,on Pine street," said a leading of St:Lazare.. Her hitherto remarkably household draperies, is the best.of citrus land, and with the clerk of the circuit court a ;

Washington, March 18.-(Special.) citzen yesterday. "It has demonstrated calm attitude today was said to first floor, and although the farming it can not be ex list of the assessments to be exacted .

.t -Proceedings in equity were instituted that this meets in a way a I be breaking down under the tortureof been so increased, the firm to the statement of by the committee from the candidates

against the Lehigh Valley rail demand fob something better, and the I being always under watchful o b- cialize in fine dress goods to know. The best for county offices. _

road, its subsidiaries and sixteen i individuals something better should be providedby servation. She is never for a moment sive designs. Among the ud. crops have. been grown on The committee levied an assess- 1

today in the United States the city. left alone. Relays of nuns, two at some of the new materials and those who eventually, ment of two per cent. of the annual 1

r district court of New York to compelthe "The Board of Trade is talking a time, continuously sit in the cell hand embroidered French possession will be. taking compensation of the offices, and the :

company to dispose of its anthracite 1 about an advertising fund qf five thousand with her and prison wardens frequently I fine cloth, eponge ratines on the adaptability of the county commissioners will levy three '

coal land holdings. dollars. I believe that the money look into the cell through the ,foulards, and the per cent., making a total of five percent
United States District AttorneyMarshall I could be spent to no better purposeI finely meshed wire partition to see which include the shadow, owners expect to close the which the candidates will be

filed the suit which charges !I I than to build a comfortable clubhouse that no breach of regulations is com toned Oriental effects, 4)S. out in Qne lot, and allow forced to. give up for the privilege of ,

the defendants with being parties to 1(I for our winter visitors, 'making mitted. Irish and Cluny. Almost all it for development pur making the race. The candidates are '

a conspiracy in restraint of trade and I it a real rest and recreationplace Wardens talk among themselves of ing makes of America and this end in view the required to pay their two per cent. to j
and turn it to them without the firmness which are represented, and have made it is
monopolization by attempting to harness I over this woman, ac on one the chairman or secretary of the ;

the production, transportation cost, fully equipped for their en-i customed. luxury, endures the re- fancy articles, as' well as encourage this object. county committee and the three percent

and sale of anthracite coal other than I[I! joyment. I I straint. lent line of ladies' judgment of the pur will be paid to the clerk of the

their own. I "It would not be necessary to I be Twenty University of Paris students hosiery are included in the well, known, and this adds court. Candidates are required to ;;

It is claimed the defendants have 1 worried about a site upon which to belonging to a revolutionary this floor. to. the character of the pay their assessments not later than _

been and are attempting to monopolize -i build such a house. Lake Eola is the group, began to chant in one of the Miss Harris and her It is said that this is twenty days prior to the date of the ..

the production, transportati! logical and appropriate spot for it. lecture rooms'today "vive Caillaux," Misses Jenkins and Gross, single body of land re primary, June 2. Following is a list 1

and sale of coal from mines along I Our town people could use the clubhouse whereupon the other, students attacked Kerns, were kept busy from in this section, of the assessments made by the com "

their lines. This is being done, it is ; in the summer and we could them. The Caillaux adherentswere until night showing the that there will be an mittee. 1

stated, by the railroad acquiring control : vacate it in a measure when our visitors armed with stout canes and creations in the millinery for it. Sheriff, $60; treasurer, ?40; tax

of mines and lands of independent of the winter came. fought desperately but they were the three model hats in the collector, $60; tax assessor, $60; superintendent y

producer and .by exerting the i "There is a demand for such a overpowered and thrown into the giving a hint of the many of registration, $7.50; T

power of the Lehigh as a carrier to place for our own people. I wish the street. ones to be found upstairs. P [ S REPORTS[ RECEIVE[ [ [D prosecuting attorney, $30; county

give undue preference and adva:n- I matter were brought to"the attentionof Numerous incidents in which the ber of beautiful designs commissioners, $2; members of the '

tages to coal producing and trade the city commissioners with the j, police were forced to intervene occurred among the Knox and MEXICAN[ WAR IONS[ school board, $2; justices of the ''

companies controlled by it and to discriminate -: endorsement of the citizens behind it. I today in the university quarter hats, one, which attracted' J peace; $1; constable, $1; members of

against competitors., i iI I am sure the commission would of the city. There was much disorder tice, having a brim of I sage Says That Federals the legislature; $9.
I leave a monument to its administration I in the class rooms. a soft crown and streamers '

WATCHMAN KILLED IN POWDER : which would be enduring andgracious l Political friends of Joseph Caillaux, phire' satin, and an I Concentrating at Torreon Their SWANS AT LAKE CHEROKEE '

MILL EXPLOSION I I II one if it established this I I I the finance minister who resigned rose placed in the center of MAKING A NEST :
place of amusement Tor the people." I yesterday as a sequel to the assassination Another especially

East Alton, Ill., March j!I Other expressions were of the same of Gaston Calmette by Mme. was a shepherdess shape, of f March 18.-(Special.')- The swans at Lake Cherokee have c
l8.Spvial.jThe (
$20,000 powder glazing e'!'I tenor, and it is probable that some I Caillaux, are coming strongly 'to his L led cream-colored straw. A I dispatches were ,received gotten ahead of the swans at Lake
steps will be taken in the directionsuggested. support. The radical-socialist and of lace, edged with the wires from Chiuhua-
I Eola. The Cherokee
plant of the Equitable Powder company -: + swans have not I
was wrecked tonight by an ex I 'I III I radical-republican groups in the'{ was the single ornament to telegram received from only made their nest, but have placed

plosion. A watchman is missing and i l I I chamber of deputies, comprisingabout crown, while the under Aguirre Benavides, three eggs in it.. The Eola swans 1
is believed to have been killed. T hef II MR. WILL BRANCH GIVES HIS 130 members, had a meeting today -t ming, so much in vogue, of the Saragoza brigade, have been working on the nest for l
FRIE.NDS DUTCH SUPPER I(I and adopted this resolution I loped in a foundation of that his brigade had
shock was felt over a radius of fifty I : some time,unit haven't finished it yet. !
I : with a bandeau of small .
miles }I I "We protest against the odious and there had been ;
crockery being broken as faraway '
I Mr. Will Branch was the unexpected -! campaign of calumny against M.t pink and blue. I around Escalon. j
as forty miles. In the build- I TENT MEETING AT CHURCH AND ji
!; host last evening at a unique Caillaux, the defender of France's One very pretty model is I I the impression that
mg at the time nineteen thousand GLENN STREETS j
: Dutch supper, which was planned by i financial reforms, and .we express to i maline, the brim of which were withdrawing from .
pounds black The
powder. his thoughtful mother, the occasion' him our deep ,sympathy and affectionate I with straw of the same tone north of ''orreon and con -
cause of the explosion is unknown.BURNING Rev. W. E. is
I I | Murphy conducting a \
being his birthday. Many good things confidence." I a dainty under brim at Torreon, Laredo and :
tent meeting at Church and Glenn }
French flowers.
i.were served but about the best of all t .
GRASS'CALLED'FIDEI'ARTMFNT RE ; was a real English plum pudding I HIDES MONEY IN STOVE; WIFE The flat shapes, raised had been current that streets. The meetings began yesterday t

OUT :i which was sent to Mr. Branch by a LIGHTS TilE FIRE sides, are shown in many was killed in the fight 1g and were attended by'fairly good

Burning grass on Robinson avenue : friend from London. The fortunate Congers, N. Y., March 18.-Fearing ors and trimmings. v crowds. The evangelist recently con-
called the fire department out yesterday guests of the supper were Mess rs. burglars, Philip Priore hid bright ribbons, with the ducted a successful meeting at Kis- (

morning The fire did no damage Donald and Joe Cheney, Cestia Law- the stove. Fearing $163in all shades of blue books, Library Edition, simmee, and he bears a letter from !
pneumonia, his
and the run of the departmentwas & Rev. Dr. A. J. Holt, of the Kissim. .4
ton, Jim Burden, George Ainslee and wife lighted a fire. The form handsome trimmings O'Neal's Book, Station
all. for nothing. j i Harold Johnson. burned. money was (Continued on page Store;are moving live meet Baptist church, testifying to the :"
good work he has done.


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President's Wife III With Worry Over
: Lv Orlando ____________ 3:13 pm '
.' Engagement of Daughter to Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm :
Grandpa McAdoo STETSON UNIVERSITY Lv Jacksonville,Pla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm I Grand Theater"THE
.f Lv Waycross, Ga.,'A. L.ll:10 pm
vs. Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am
} Washington, March 17.-Every- 1 Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am THEATER BEAUTIFUL"
4. where the chief topic of conversation ROLLINS COLLEGE Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
. is the Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
the tea proposed
y.. over cups Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 amr FOUR REELS OF LICENSED PICTURES
second White House wedding of the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p Today-One of Our Best 5 and 10 Cent Programs.
one-year-old Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
The first bit of rumor anent Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm "HER FACE WAS HER FORTUNE"-An Edison
the attention of the secretary of the March 20th and 21st Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm Comedy. The first of )Ir. Wood Wedd's Sentimental
: _________
k Ar Cairo, 111., I. C. 11:07 pm experiences.A.
:{ Miss treasury Eleanor, William Wilson Gibbs,McAdoo youngest, to -ATWINTER;:-- Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am A \ .A bouquet for a wife! Tall, short, dark,

daughter of the president, whose en- Ar St. Louis, j., I. C._____ 7:05: am light, thin, fat-it matters not. After several unsuccessful -

gagement was formally announced PARK Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am proposals, Wood B. reads the ad of a wealthy Califor-
circulate in Ar Matoon, lIt, I. C._______ 3:30 am nia girl, who is looking for a "Soulmate." He rushes out
" a few days ago, began to Game called at 3 o'clock. Deciding games for Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am there to find-"The Bearded Lady." This comedy is a
Washington. society about the time of Intercollegiate Championship of Florida. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am "real" comedy.
the wedding of Miss Jessie Woodrow Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am
Wilson to Francis Bowes Sayre, last ADMISSION 50 CENTSMlllimiiilllliMMMIIMMillllllMIHIIIIIIIIIM. PATHE'S WEEKLY-You all know these pictures.A .
.1 Solid Through Trains-Composed of Two-Reel Feature, "A MODERN JEKYL AND
observation, compartment, drawingroom HYDE," presented by Kalem's Star Cast.
At that time when a number of r
<- section, sleeping cars, arid free "REAL" MUSIC BY A "REAL" ORCHESTRA
being given for
,entertainments were
. IIMMIIHiMiMMMMMMIIIIMIMIimililMMMIOMagazines reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville Today Pictures will be shown from 3:30 in the afternoon -
the bridal couple, Secretary McAdoo
and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand until 7 P. M.
always included among the | St. Louis. All meals in dining This evening the Mendelssohn Club will present the
guests, especially when it was a
J'was sacred musical drama, "THE MARTYR OF ANTIOCH."
dancing party. His partner for the Weekly & Monthly'We car.For t jets and Pullman car reser- -TONIGHT ONLY. -
number of the dances was
l greatest vations, all on '
Miss Eleanor Wilson. would like to call your attention that we now 4 W. R. O'NEAL, City Tick Agent, TOIORRO'Y-FRIDAY, MARCH 20th '
Now, those who attended the Wil- carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspa- X or "THROUGH FIRE TO FORTUNE," or "THE
J son-Sayre wedding remember that it pers. Get in the habit of buying your Weekly and D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, SUNKEN VILLAGE," Five-Part Feature. .A story of

I. ,was Secretary McAdoo who was Monthly Magazines from us. Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line, the Pennsylvania mines showing the explosion of a mine,

:i.i among the first of the guests to dance DeLANEY & ABERNETHYNext the sinking, burning and wrecking of an entire village.Mr. .
in the East Room after the reception I WOOD, COAL AND ICE; Greene, the author, has provided a script that might
Ii and they also remember that after ( Door to the IOc Store.) Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's well have been produced into artistic melodrama. A

the first dance, which was with one of KJHMMIiillllillMMjHMHMiMMIMmilllllitf Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf beautiful and interesting love story, with situations that '
-;; the Misses Burleson, he sat down to
will hold your attention every minute. DON'T MISS THIS
rest on the altar where Mr. and Mrs. OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe FEATURE.
Sayre had just been pronounced man MtllMIMIIHIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIMMMMIIIIIMMtMl have the best. 25 years in the
and wife: business. Try us. McElroy Phar- HIHtMilMiMttlllMiimMilllMMimiMIMIEver .
It has been todl that a letter lost macy. 3-14-3t

by one of the members of the presi-

dent's of the family forthcoming and containing engagement the news.of ORLANDO W A ASIIINGTON : For Economy and purchase

Miss Wilson and Mr. McAdoo reached I W R t G H T power of your mon-
; the eyes of a person connected witha REALTY & SBBD co Pf
newspaper and that was the reason DRAWING ROOM FOR REAL ESTATE ey, Try Wright's" Farm

for the persistent rumor, which' resulted :: SLEEPING CARVIA t I 'f hat's Our Business and Garden Seeds. In i
before the
in publication a day Florida
' formal announcement .., bulk. "Motto" Quantity

A It is also said that in the same letter I '
j} the rumor of Miss Margaret Wil and Quality.Fresh .

p' : ,son's Princeton engagement N. J. to Boyd to Fisher be con-of Eggs 29C dOZ. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
Sweet Milk Ice 100 Ibs. Limes
i' firmed. According to this letter both : 13C qt 50C 15c doz.
Sweet Milk Fresh
Butter Milk
take pint
I. of the weddings: are planned to 07c ioc qt.Individual .
I. place in the White House within the Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

'11' year istration.and certainly within the admin- OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M..Tuesdays :I (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $i-.35 cash with order.

:1 and During his family the year have that the lived president at the :: 340 Acres Good Land

White House Miss Eleanor Wilson :1. J 'auff n SatuflaisFOR J :

*+ has part, probably in society taken at the a more capital active than 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,

''r any other member of the family. She ,: RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.CONDENSED *
{f. is not a college graduate and has not
::1 taken the interest in the more serious W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71. t

! pursuits of life which 'occupied the W. D' WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

i greater part of the time of her two : ORLANDO, FLA. IIIMIMMMCIIIIlHiMM lllllllllilM a 4+*t
i sisters. She is fond of tennis, horses Y
George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando. :
back rides, motoring and dancing, and ,
; her greatest accomplishment is in : J. G Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

',: .,', water know Little of color will the painting.the obstacles general which' public had ever to HHilMIMIiimiMIMMiHMtiiiHIIMiMMtMMMtABOUT 'ORlANDO BANK K a TRUST 1 COMPANY A \'

; be met by the White House family FOUNTAIN PENS

:, before the engagement was sanc- .
. tioned by the president and Mrs. Wil- There are plenty of good fountain -pens in Orlando, Florida. '
k son. Because of the great difference .. I
market and there is
_ in the ages of Miss Wilson and Mr. the unfortunately also a At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by the
I' McAdoo there was much objection. .supply of poor ones. We have, yet to see a Comptroller of the State
. better than the Conklin
self-filling ,
The indisposition of Mrs. Wilson for
, the last two weeks, said to have been and have never sold a better one of the other RESOURCESLoans
and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86
the result of fall the than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both
a on polishedfloor type Overdrafts . . .. . . . . . . .. . .. . .. 1,130.41
of the White House, was little kinds on an absolute guarantee of your money Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 26,018.33Real
more than worry over the fact that back if you want it. A good fpuntain Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37

, another daughter was to marry and pen has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . .. . . . . 335,709.30
to but few
a man a years younger
business man or woman. If you have none,
than her own father. .
Miss Wilson is twenty-four, and or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us $781,996.27

her vivacious, child-like, good natured show you the guaranteed sort. LIABILITIES
-, y' Capital . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . .. $100,000.00
disposition make her seem
W. S. BRANCH Surplus and Undivided Profits . .. .. .. ... .. 30,854.36
She chums constantly -
years with younger.Miss Sallie McAdoo, nine- Due to Banks . . .. . . .. . .. .. .. . . . 1,657.00

year-old daughter of Mr. McAdoo. The Arcade Book and Music Store Deposits . ;. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 649,48191
She is a baseball "fan" and a clever .

linguist She can converse with a lIIlIItullIIluIISlIllSHIOllSulluulullIiultIlttlulOsoCrd7e $781,996.27
foreign diplomat in either of several

languages upon topics of international I Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . .. . . .. . . . . 521,167.38
interest, turn about and take up Land Deposits on Feb 4, 1914 . . .. . . . . . . . 649,484.91Increase
the score of the latest baseball game -
with a youngster, and remember Mrs.
So-and-So's day at home, all in the in 60 days $128,317.53

same breath. I The officers and directors of the Orlando'Bank and Trust
There is little doubt that the wed- ,
This Season's Best Bargain Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
will take in the ,
ding place spring
friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand
and that it will be held in the East
to express 'their appreciation of their patronage, that ,
Room of the White House. .
made such a statement posS'ible.t1.lU. .
At the time of her sister's wedding .' w'
Miss Eleanor was the leading spirit ? SMITH, President
- in playing all sorts of pranks.A . W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, CashierIMIIItliitiMMIIMMItM
55 acres fronting on Orlando-Sanford .

FULL MOON hard road. In sight of and three minutes ::
Now is the time to buy garden
seed from DeLaney & Abernethy.Your your, :: walk from R. R. station, Postoffice..and :: Try Our Classified Ads NOTICE

::. good hotel accommodations. ::1: WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
They have their worth many
Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
children are a part of you. AND DO ALL KINDS OF times and will be just as valuable to
Orlando, Florida,will on January 1,
Make it apparent by taking them into : Price $15 Per Acre : OPTICAL REPAIRING you if put to the test. Let them be 1915, pay off with interest to that
your heart. It will do you both your agent in: date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
_. good. Renting a house, selling property or and 20, of the City of Orlando sevener
: It must be sold immediately. : anything on the market, finding lost cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
articles, securing help or positonsin ccording it the provisions made for
Thirty thousand watches were a thousand they can be used
ways in said bonds.
pawned in the United States in one profitably. Dated February 11, 1914. .

year.that isn't Some doing folks them have any a good.W. lot of. time i OlhlallUO ll Real l B E1ate 1 t Co. Ii DR. L H. RAMSDELL l I II I Painter and W. T.interior ENTRICAN decorator., New -12-lm CARL JANSEN-, City ClerL

ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636-
T. ENTKICAN, OPTOMETRIST Expert workmen employed.
Phone 504 Watkins Block Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Makes a specialty of painting, papery (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) Now's the time to subscribe. Every- of workmanship in the painting and
ing; refinishing floors, furniture, etc. decorating trade. Phone 636.
FLORIDA doin' it. *
Phone 636. 1-21-lm ORLANDO, body's 1211miiosj



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I Altamonte Springs, March 16.- Repairing
We are indebted to Hon. ClaudEL'Engle Uneeda Biscuits The transportation line between Orlando
for a copy of a bill he recently and Sanford, to be incorporated by PARCEL POST, Cook With GasWe

introduced in congress, which ha Nourishment-fine fla- 'f today, is a long felt want and will
for its object the equalizing of freight vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. *
meet with success from its beginning. Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8scbdles'
rates and if the other members of All I The enterprising gentlemen, Messrs. Half Soles, 60c to 75c have not said much about gas as the best
congress from the southern section, for 5 cents, in the A. L Weatherbee, W. D. Rogers andL. Children's Half Soles,SOc to 750
and from all sections where the rail moisture-proof package I, B. Fort, the incorporators of the Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo means of cooking lately because we have.been too busy

roads make discriminations, shall I 0. & S. Transfer Company, certainy Heels Repaired, 25C: with
other appliances, but now that weather is
join hands with him, we shall cure )l lsy have a bright eye to the future All warm
1 work returned in hours.
one of the worst evils in the transpor I and deserve all that is coming to Orders 24 coming on
I without remittance returned we are preparing for more work becausewe I
tation problem.If them, arid it demonstrates that they C. 0.D. We pay
a railroad company can trans x/17 N'I' I must creep before they walk. Jt return postage. realize that warm weather is the time when. the Gas ;

port a carload of stuff from a given ,means that they see the necessity ofa Stove shows up to best advantage.
point north to a given point south i it traction or electric railroad be- A. Hanson ;

ought to be able lo transport it backto I twen these two cities and way sta- You don't have to heat your whole kitchen up witha
the same point at the rate, 19 East Pine Street
:tions and continued south to Kissim-
but as it is the difference is many t ORLANDO FLORIDA hot coal or wood fire and you don't have to bring in !
y I mee in the near future and later : i
times greater. fAK I that every important city and town I II ,"'..1..0..11.1.'..=1... wood or take out the dirty ashes-all you have to do
We hope that Mr. L'Engle's hands I in South Florida will be included, so -- - .
will be held up with great unanimity that transportation can be had out- I is."strike the match" and turn the valve." Come in and

I and patriotism by our other members Btrooet Biscuit side of the present monopolies, which Dr. BucKmaster see our line of stoves and ranges.ORNBO .
of congress, and let us put a stop to will cater to the wants of the peopleat -

.' these flagrant discriminations. Round, thin, tender-, large, instead of a few people
Congressman L'Engle's bill readsas with a,delightful flavor who hold the money bags which we; Osteopathic Physician

follows: -appropriate forlunch- are filling. It means at least one-half: 132 Orange Avenue
"A Bill to Equalize Freight Rates con, tea ,and dinner. of the freight rates and passenger I

Over edin Transportation Lines Engag- xo cents. rates we are now paying. I Next door to People's Bank, WATER[ H LIGHT m. "
Interstate Commerce: The above named gentlemen of the upstairs Acute and chronic -
"Be it enacted by the senate and Orlando and Sanford company are I diseases treatedTelephone ,
house of representatives of the United the leaders and others should follow.

States of America, in congress as It is for the lack of leaders that the 578.T. Gas DeDartmentftMIMMMMMMMMIMIMMMMMMim
sembled: Sanford and Kissimmee traction rail- I
S. Abernethy auto livery, phone
no railroad, express com I 0
road was not in operation months ago. 111..t. ;
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pany, steamship company, or another Y Thanks to the gentlemen for start- 3-5-tf J

transportation line engaged in ing the ball rolling and.it is to the -- ---- -
interstate II III -
commerce shall charge a i I I best interests of every settler in
higher rate for the transportation of I South Florida to render and aid them f MIMMIIIMHMB
freight or merchandise in one dire eGRAHAM CRACKERS to the limit in their laudable 0

same tion charges between commodity between for the given transportation the in points the same opposite points.than of the direction i it- A Crisp food, for tasty every and day. I I I dertaking. N. H. FOGG. un tysg>*%%" " " " " " %* !!; ;jiII;;!;;; :IIII; IIII'III' M M M ;:;:

strengthening. Fresh I Take your repairing to Warman on .MMMIMMMIiOrlancLo
"Sect 2. That where
any baked and fresh delivered Court street. 12-6-tf
express company, steamship company J
; xo cents. .
or any transportation line engaged POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT'SFOR
in interstate commerce is now SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
charging a higher rate for the transportation I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
re-election to the office of Supervisor of
of freight or merchandise i in Registration for Orange County subject to
one direction than is I the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd,
charged for the -
transportation of the same commodity I j 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS. mater 8z Light Co.

in the opposite direction between the I SHERIFF
same points, the lower rate shall | I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
prevail Sheriff of Orange County subject to the
in each direction. Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. ElectricityGas -
That all laws and partsof
laws in violation of the provisionof FOR COUNTY TREASURER '
I hereby announce myself a candidate for Water
this act are hereby repealed. Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the Ice ,
Ocala Banner. Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.
I II I Buy biscuit'baked by ,-J. H. TUCKER. f
On petition of property owners in I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue :0
St Petersburg, the NATIONAL office-af Tax Assessor of Orange County sub-
city commissioners ject to the action of the Democraite primary
have ordered several blocks more BISCUIT called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and
elected I pledge you my faithful service.
of paving put down.A 'COMPANYAlways ARTHUR BUTT. Telephone

look for that FOR TAX COLLECTORI
love affair does name hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
not that
develop I
re-election to the office of Tax Collectorof

obstacles peculiar, delicious are put into tang the unless way a to'fe b WI e I, primary elected Orange I to pledge County be held to,subject you June my 2nd to faithful,the 1914.Democratic serviceas If re- ja tllMlillt:tHIMMtlMlilMMtllllil,:'No.6'L::::::::::::::iHOIMMHHf:: WI''Mtll av

overcome. Sentinel I have endeavored to give in the past.
t I Try the Job Department I ,. W. E. MARTIN. .

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i ;T- Romthnn'g. !. 31 1 LOTS IN HIGHLAND GROVE

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; 0 EACH DAY AT. 2 P. M. ON PROPERTY o.' -; v:.


This property, originally comprising 250 lots, is owned by the Carl Dann Real Estate Co., and in order to close out the

few remaining lots in this beautiful subdivision, they have decided to place it on the market to be sold to the highest bidder.

The lots to be offered front on or are near Marks Street and Colonial Drive. .

The development of the City of Orlando is rapidly approaching this tract, and this is an opportunity to buy at your own

price, where values ate bound to increase. .

Easy Terms Perfect Title '


: HOW TO GET THERE: Take Free Automobiles, leaving. in front of Post Office at 1:30


P. M. Days of Sale. J ,

Owners, Carl Dann ,Real Estate" Co. ,. Also| :CONCORD Owners of, PARK


Auctioneer., :E.: : 'M. CLEvEJ.A.:: : D


116 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. Opp. Post Office, 2nd Floor

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South Florida
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AND WEEKLY while, ostrich feathers are also used. Will NOT GU BAllOT I

4s JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. Adjoining the millinery departmentis Dickson-Ives Co.
the hall with the
--- -- large occupied
Entered at the pobtoffice at Orlando. Florida ready to wear goods, and here Miss Cannot Be Done in His Opinion Unless
,; as Second Class Mail Matter.
Gettier and Mrs. Berryman are exhibiting the Fifteenth AmendmentIs
TO ADVERTISERS: exclusive designs in spring
suits and coats, lingerie dresses, Repealed I
r. Copy for display and all other hand-set handsome of wool taffeta ..
advertising must be handed in at the business gowns crepe I
E: office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. silk and.soft materials, elaborate Washington, March 17.-After j DEPARTMENTAL STORfrlanoo'
the day before publication. This rule applies I
tailored waists vigorous defense of women
to changes for contract advertising; it i. kimonos, children's .
invariable and .in.be strictly adhered to. clothing and many pretty accessories.A in the Senate, Senator Borah, of Idaho
beautiful line of new chiffon today shocked suffraget sympathizers

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: blouses, in many shades, are among on the floors and in the galleries

:1 a One Year ... .. .. .. ... .... .... .$5.00 the novelties, while the hand made by declaring it was I s favorite Shopping

Six Months ............ ....... 2.50 coats, from eighty-five dollars and and impossible for women to I
'" Three Months ......:. ........ 1.25 upwards in price, are attracting much the vote by the Constitutional amendment. I
In Advance. admiration. In the large plate glass He predicted that after fifteen

E show window on the second floor is a years of vain endeavor, PLACEWEDNESDAY

THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 19U. figure, on which is one of the new should renew their abandoned request 1
draped afternoon ,gowns of brunette before the people of the
blue silk. The costume is completedby because the time is here.
THE WEATHER, ; a very modish hat and parasol.All "You will never carry the r
shades are being used in the thirty-six States for a woman suffrage
Florida: Fair Thursday. Friday, silken parasols, and the bright colorsof amendment," said the Senator
increasing cloudiness, probably rain these are adding much to the gala "until you repeal the fifteenth amendment
,' and colder in north portion. "
appearance of both floors. .
Mrs. Willis is in charge of the Asserting that the fifteenth amendment

r, True to its custom the St. Augustine alteration department, and Miss Dora giving the right to vote, .
''y. Record celebrated St. Patrick's Hovermale, who has long been recognized a blunder in the first place and

: days by appearing in a green dress. by feminine Orlando as:one a dead letter, not being enforced . ..
o of the most artistic of modistes, has a single state, Senator Borah I
her parlors over 'the space occupiedby whether advocates of the woman suffrage
Congratulations to F. W. R. Hin-
the gents' furnishing department. were including the negroes.
man, of the Times-Union. He was ,
I The most critical of masculine "It is demoralizing to the
f elected president of the Southern
shoppers could scarce fail to be satisfied race to place in the constit
Newspaper Publishers' association in
3' with the excellent makes of things that we do not mean they
Atlanta Tuesday.
clothing. shown, by Mr. Finch T. shall enjoy." .
JN o Scruggs, the Hart, Schaffner & Marx "I have no desire," explained
Big land sales are reported nearly and Snellenburg designs being muchin Senator, "to bestow the franchise

{ every day in Orange county. Several evidence. The "Right Posture"clothes the ten thousand Japanese on The 18th Day of March is to

'. development projects are afoot, and for boys are sold here, and Pacific slope, or yield up to the Federal
this means activity for the coming the line of hats, shoes, ties and novelties Government the control of I be Remembered
i summer. is very complete.The .
t. o housekeepers who are ever

The cost of keeping the Mexican I seeking for new eatables will find i
soldiers at Fort Bliss who many novel additions to the wholesome
? came Cash to .OUR R BIG [
.. across the border to escape captureat groceries always to be had at
the battle of Ojinaga, is costingthe the Dickson-Ives stand. Among the ..
government $85,000 a month. latest is the line of crackers, cakes

-; There is little chance of collecting the and biscuit prepared by the McVittie City
+ money from the Mexican government. & Price company, of Edinburgh, of all departments.

What to do with ,the refugees is a Scotland. Burbank's famous Logan
serious berries (derived from a combinationof
view of question the unsettled at Washington.conditions In in blackberries and red raspberries]) Real Estate ON THAT DAY

Mexico they may be the unwillingand are included in the new preserves.

unwelcome guests of the, United Mint jelly, and the Lone Palm guava for cash or on
States for jelly, made, at Palma Sola, Fla., are
n yet. Their
a many Dry Goods Men's Groceries
+ board bill is running up, and there's to be found; West India lime juice, Furnishings, -

nobody to pay. This is a price\the all ready for use, stuffed mangoes,
United States for sliced grilled mushrooms, and espe- etc etc etc.
pays being benevolent ,
Dr. A.
;; cially prepared crab meat will attractall J VING'y I
hostesses and temptingline
a very
".'.. -
r. I of candies has been added to this
The joint meeting of the good roads department. 25 DEPARTMENTS 25 '

t association and the state chamber of Messrs. H. H. Dickson, S. E. Ives,

=,; commerce to- be' held at Gainesville Sr., F. T. Scruggs, M. B. Ives, H. N.
. should Failure i
be well
attended. to Dickson, and S. E. Ives, Jr, who com-
; secure good roads legislation at the pose the company, are to be congrat- i A. V. FULLER A cordial invitation extended
.rf. last
session is not to discourage efforts ulated not only upon their ability and
':f in that direction. Only persist
: enterprise, but upon the successfuland THE
t- to
ent work everyone.DON'T .
ever wins over stubborn pleasing opening of the new department -
T. opposition, and the opposition was store.AUCTIONSALEOF.
1 unbending. >The association should REO
J ' decide upon one bill and stick to that, HIGHLAND FAIL TO BE PRESENT.scuveiirs.
. GROVE LOTS BEGINS TODAY For life and low cost I
and put all of its force behind it. long
An auction sale of the remaining
There were several bills before the
i' full stock of supplies and
thirty-one lots in Highland Grove be-
/ legislature last year and none of
gins this afternoon at 2 o'clock and
1? them seemed to attract 'much support of competent repair
will be continued at the same hour I
t and all died for lack of nourishment -
t- Friday and Saturday afternoons. The : guaranteed.

property \ originally comprised two :
I-v.i. 0 hundred and fifty lots, and is owned I
The Miami
Metropolis wishes to
by the Carl Dann Real Estate com- :

l\-t. for know office why do candidates not change in.the announcing formula, pany, and but thirty-one lots remain. : THE PALMS for the ladies from tHe Dry j
f. These[ will be closed out to the highest : :
"urged by friends. Man is a crea-

;j when ture who he becomes must have accustomed an excuse, to, and one leave bidder.the postoffice Free automobiles at 1:30. A thousand will- : FULLER & : Goods and Grocery Departmentsand J

-I.1 J: him which out fits of the the exigency responsibility and which at lets the be given dollars away.worth of presents will ." " " " : for the t 'men from the Men'sFurnishing

; same time a he clings to it without .
i' analysis. This particular offense has Department.

t' become almost as much a matter of
-!_ form 'prefixing a letter with "Dear

f Sir," when we frequency feel more '

t. like saying something else. .We are . ,4 S .- t I.
J T slaves of custom and habit, and the -' .' -
i. man who sets himself up as a nonconformist I

r'. may be found upon searching -
Is Your Heart "In the
r. investigation to be bound equally .
l with the rest. \
::r 0 Isn't it about time you "elected" the .' '

1 The suggestion in the news. columns dreams as mistress of your heart and
f t.; that a club house be built for 'sented her with .
; the use of the winter visitors will ,
!: commend itself to the people of all '
... An Engagement
!J classes. The need for such a building ;
i' in Orlando is such as to be termed
." urgent. The visitors enjoy the prom- W J.. w You can win any girl's heart with : :

. enades and drives, but they have no ,f Just show her the newest designs and let : Our Mail Order r Deparlifien e !
Ii place to spend leisure time when they the setting she prefers and we'll mount a

. prefer to rest, except the improvised . mond of the purest water.

' i rest room, which was only recently .... We have wedding rings, too. :
t provided by the Board of Trade. The . Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make
." season is drawing to a close, and '. \ R .
of it whenever can. Samples or information
t > use you
right now is the propitious time to ;

t agitate better arrangements for the :. ;s.. cheerfully given. We prepay charges.

! next season. The recommendation "I'' ..
i that the city commission build a clubhouse Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues .

h'r... at Lake Eola is sound and sen We invite comparison yalues.ORLANDO'S .
sible. Many cities of the middle

;:'I: northwest have provided municipal .
'; dance halls and some of them even
I'. have municipal motion picture theaters : i

f for the entertainment of the ; T..Evans the
people. In Orlando the need is apparent -!
for something of this kind, I FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEn'

not for a dance hall, but for a general /

gathering place such as is typified in ,OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE i
: a small way by .the rest room on Pine ,I > Oiaoe e Ave. : k OrlaAo n
f' street. It will not only be a conven- '
. .
jence but will prove an attraction to %
'the _town, and the Sentinel wishes to .
1",., fend its approval to the jdea.r y'i' s __ zi
'-. ';'",'_ ,II .. \'. ',",,, '

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I I ilUMtlliMIIIMIMM"' I nivoii QOa1 oDOl ml1i j iF' I. .0. .Cls:;]

Eating Pure Candy is More Than a ; ; I Ie
1.1. Ml i _

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of \ Open9a.m.to10:30P.M.Admission |

hundreds of people all over the country iDi i| 5 cents t
course, ,
.. eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to I I II - ufi ii
--- - - -

0 satisfy have that done desire the same for something thing many sweet times.If -..and you also i BUYS AND SELLS A ST. PATRICK'S PARTY DAY SURPRISE i hPI II At t Allen's"isin

The friends and neighbors of Mr.
that is REAL ESTATE : I
we can convince you pure candy and Mrs. J. A. Hollenbeck gave thema I isin
The best
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. IIo IIII delightful surprise party on the I I a

point, why then you'll realize that your money is well ,10I evening of St.. Patrick's day at their I I
o winter home on Lake Lurna. About I

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- ;t o; 400 acres within three IIt : thirty guests were present. Cards I 11 WATCHESCLOCKS

were enjoyed tntil ten o'clock when
ment. I I
! miles of Kissimmee, two delicious refreshments were served. .

; ; mile facing Orlando-Kis-I: Mr. and Mrs. Hollenbeck, who have
I endeared themselves to all in the 11
simmee brick road, 20 ; comraunSy, return to their home in
BUTT'S per acre if sold within Rockford, Ill., the last of the week

and the departing guests were sad-
:. 30 days. 3-14.Im | ; dened with the thought that this D JEWELRY 0

The home of pure home-made Candies, : would be the last evening spent in
MiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiitii their genial society for some time to

Avenue ;- come. .- Etc.

You ever bought at the
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Suffrage tea will be held at the The "Martyr of Antioch," which best price you ever

Wyoming; hotel Friday afternoon, the Mendelssohn Club presents this
Col. Carey D. Landis, of DeLand,
I from 3 to 6 o'clock, to which a cordial evening at the Grand theater, is pre- bought them.
is the visitors to Orlando to
L WADE invitation is extended to all interested eminently fitted to this season of the

THE TUNER day.Mrs. in the cause. Questions concern- year. While the music is of a relig-
ORLANDO, FLA. T. S. Gray, of Hartford,Conn., ing the work of the Equal Suffrage ious nature, noble and inspiring, it is ufI h

J1 arrived in Orlando yesterday and is leagues will be answered, and Mrs.I not heavy or tiresome. The "Even- II I A llen's"

stopping at the San Juan. Hal Beardall, chairman of the enter-i ing Song of the Maidens" is a soft, Uul II

Mr. W. L. Davidson was in Orlando sweet melody that lingers .
Mr. T. E. Brent arrived in Orlando tainment committee, has arranged a dreamy .
yesterday from Ada, Oklahoma, and for a short while yesterday en route delightful musical program. No ad- long in memory. .
will spend several days in this sec-I from St. Petersburg to Ocala. mission will be asked, but contributions The song to the heathen god is

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lyons, of will be much appreciated. truly Oriental, having the characteristic 0 .

tion.Mr.. and Mrs. Wm..Schmiedeskamp, Newark, N. J., are among the late lightness of all Eastern music. S.
arrivals at the San Juan. They expect This work is perfect in its entirety.
who has been stopping at Oak Lodge, RARE TREAT TONIGH/ AT THE
to remain here for some time.
left yesterday for their home in "MARTYR OF ANTIOCH"Music '.
III I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Drennen are HERE IT IS
Pennsylvanians making their home at Ibl
Katherine Cowdery lovers are anticipating with
Miss came up
from Lakeland yesterday to be the the San Juan while in the city. They delight the appearance of Mr. Cyril Attraction-The "Martyr of Anti- ((01HiMMMMIIimiMMIIHHMHiHimMMIimilli I} {
arrived yesterday from Philadelphia.Mr. Tyler, of Jacksonville, at the Grand och.
guest of Miss Nell Thomas on Lu theater, where he will sing the tenor Date-This evening, 8:30.
and Mrs. J. R. Shields, who '
cerne Circle. roles in the Mendelssohn Club con *
have spent some time at Daytona, Place-Grand theater.
Mr. E. E. Palen and wjfe, of Nor- t cert.Cyril Artists-Mrs. Martha Palmer Carr,
are paying Orlando a visit before returning Roderick Tyler was born in
folk, Va., are visiting his parents, to their home in Pittsburg.Mrs. the year 1879, in Naples, Italy of Miss Norma Borman, Mr. A. P. Cur- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Palen, 601 American both of whom
Mr. R. Mr. B.
Cyril Tyler, LeRoy
Magnolia avenue.J. J. A. McClure and Miss Louise were singing in grand opera. Mr.Tyler's ry I have money to loan on im-
Giles, and Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr.
father, L Tyler,
McClure, of Knoxville, were among George wasa '
W. Cunningham, special agent pupil of the famous Italian teachers There It Is.
for the St. Paul Insurance company, the guests registering at the San Lamperti, of Milan, Cortesi and .
Juan yesterday for an indefinite stay. Vannucini, of Florence. Returningto
traveling out Qf Birmingham, was
America while but a child, evi- CLUB DE MARTES proved city property.
local Messrs. W. R. O'Neal and S. A. r
town yesterday visiting agents. dences of a precocious musical talent . .,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew and their Johns'n attending the grand com- were early discovered. At the age of Mrs. Louis Dolive, Mrs. Thomas .
mandery Knights Templar in Gaines- six the voice, which later
and Miss MaryE. soprano was
daughter, Margaret, Brodwater and Miss Ada Bumby will ,
ville. They expect to return tomor- destined to be one of the world'sgreatest
Frich, of the Waverly Colony, on began to develop, and his be hostesses for the Club de Martes

,Lake Jennie Jewel, are spending the row. studies were at once commenced un- on ,Friday afternoon at the home of S "'2"- \iV A. -y
week at Tampa and & Petersburg.Mr. I Mfs. S.?R. Taylor and Miss M. L. der the direction of his father and Mrs Joseph Bumby, on South Orange .
of Boston who several mother. At the age of twelve a tour -
Gale spent
and'' Mrs. B. J. Jackson and. was made of the United States, under avenue, the honoree being Miss Glenn
daughter, Miss Mary, and son, ,. weeks in Orlando, are now in St. Augustine the management of Edgar Stnkosch, Cheney.
leave today for their home in Clyde for a short visit before go- the well known impressario, which Phone 172
ing North. was an unbroken series of triu. iphs.A .
IInd. They were the guests of their i tour of Europe was then arranged Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, who has
brother; Mr. J. A. Jackson, East, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Curtis and child, under the management of been ill for several days, has entirely

Church street. I '.' Minneapolis, Minn., are included i Col. Mapleson, and for five years Mr. recovered and will positively sing at rttiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiMIHIIMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllllMIMIMIIlim" " " " " " " .
writer of among the guests of the San Juan. Tyler, making London his headquarters the Mendelssohn concert tonight.
Raymond D. Comstock,
toured the British Isles, France
will make that hotel their headquarters
short poems and scenarios, left yes- and Germany, with his own company,
terday for Key West, where he expects while in the city. bringing his tour to a triumphantclose FOR SALE-Fine large horse, hand-
to take the boat for his homein with an eight months engage- some and perfectly safe for any
ment in Australia. one to drive; fearless of all objectson
New York city. Mr. Comstock DANCE THIS EVENING tAt the age of 23 Mr. Tyler resumedhis road. Can be seen at 408 Lucerne Fresh TomatoesWe
spent most of his time while in the I studies under Henschd, of Lon- Circle, Orlando. 3-19-3t
in taking pictures with whichto There will be a dance given in the I don, Durezke, of Paris, and David, of
city receive of the best
Armory tonight and a good time is in New York. Mr. Tyler has devotedthe a shipment ;
illustrate some of his writings.A store for all attending. The music greater part of his time duringthe Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
party of tourists visited Winter will be furnished by the Orlando Con- last six years to teaching, and on Court street. 12-5-tf variety every day.Sweet.
park yesterday. They viewed Rol- cert Band. Admission, 75 cents; has met with unqualified success.

lins college and its grounds and ,the ladies free.STARKEY & McNEILL Mr. Tyler's voice is a dramatic SEED! SEED! SEED! Potatoes
tenor, of remarkable and
I range sym- Garden and field seed. DeLaney &
:Seminole. hotel with its beautiful
pathetic sweetness, ranging from Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
flowers and scenery; also the residential A JUVENILE PARTY Middle C to E in alt, and is unques- Famous Nancy Hall variety. '
section and pretty Lake Osceola. tionably one of the highest, if not the
Eat what want.
highest, in the world.
The party was chaperoned_ by Mrs. Eat all you want.
The Ladies'Aid of the M.E.
M. E. Weeks, of Orlando, and included Take a postscript and forget it. George Washington CoffeeWe
church invite you to their birthday I Buy your garden seed from Dela- For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. Roy K. Blazer and daughters, party on Thursday, March 26th, from i ney & Abernethy. Just received a l-7-d&w-lyr
Harriet and Katherine, of Esther-'!three to six o'clock, at the residence' big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf have it in both largeor
i 1 of Mrs. J. P. Musselwhite, on East i
ville, Iowa; Mrs. Maria Whitford, of 25 years' experience in buying and
Lake Eola. A silver offering. All Olive oil and spices. We have the small cans.
Ruthven, Iowa; Mrs. Sarah E. Thom cordially invited. 3-19-6t selling seeds. Our seeds are good.
son and daughter, Edith May, of best. 25 years in the business. Tryus. McElroy Pharmacy. 3-19-3t
McElroy Pharmacy. 3.14-3t
Lockport, N. Y. Don't let your winter home rundown
in the summer. I will guaran- SEED! SEED! SEED!
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO I tee to keep it in tip-top shape so Warman Repairs and Retires Baby Garden and field seed. DeLaney & THE SANITARY GROCERY
Chiropodist for both men and wo. you will find it as you left it when Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and you return. Make it a point to writei CARUTHERS & GORE
Feet a specialty. L. or see me at once.WERNER.
scalp massage. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Eat what you want.
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over F. NEHRLING. Eat all want I
2-6-lm I 3-19-6t on Court street. 12-5-tf you 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Curtis & O'Neal's store. Take a postscript and forget it. J Phone 200
For sale by all durggists. .-

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The Lucerne Today DR. J. C .HOWELL

Hours, 1012, 3.5, and by appointmentNo I- I

extra charge for house treatment

Telephone connections SPECIALFord

Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.

. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Touring Car fully equippedas

Gasparilla Carnival Pictures Flowers good as new

The only official and authentic motion pictures of the CARNATIONS ROSES, VIOLETS, PANSIES, $350.00Four

: in three reels.
festivities. Complete POTTED PLANTS p

passenger Cadillac ready to

"WON IN A1LOSET: ,': A Keystone comedy. Another : : run $350.00.San .
$1.50 .
Good Wood ,

laugh. Belter Wood $2 and $2.25

Jay ESffner f The Chicago Baritone., Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 I Juan Garage Co.

This won't last long,
H! Stock up while you. can. All Night ServiceI
Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents Children 5 Cents ii I 41- I

OilaiidoTood\ Yard II
I ] TIRES don't cost any more and arc guaranteed

; Balcony: 5 Cents I 104V/. [Wine St. i i for five thousand miles.ti' .

B. W. KINGSIE1T, Proprietor I:
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.Fy y NOTICE. I WANTED-Good white girl. Call at" "HtllMMIIItMIMMMMIMIitiitlttltttlttttltlltli 1
I Orlando, Fla., March 14, 1914. 411 West street. 3-18-3t
To the People and Property Owners i if
GIVEN REPRIMAND of Orlando, Florida: WANTED-Bright young man to
We, the undersigned, having MUNNIMAKERS work out a scholarship with the rnin
chased the plumbing and heating pur-business -i Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, Fer Orlando Business College. 3-18-lt .
of W. A. Slauter, 121 Court' Rent etc. for this column 25c for one day, WANTED-To rent, 'by the 1.1. i I. TRAN \ M CO.
Senator Chamberlain Says Some Way street (next door to Lucerne theater), 60c for three day, or (LOO for one week, for of six year,
25 words or less. Money must accompany cottage or seven rooms; must mil
Should Be Provided to Seal will add the '
to present stock, plumb- the advertisements far this column, u no be close in and rent reasonable. Ad-
American's Lips ing fixtures and sewer material in car insertions will be made on credit dress J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks
load lots, which will enable us to fur-
nish you the best service on shortest FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one FOR REM ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Washington, March 17.-"Some notice. Our.price will be 13 cents per acre in bearing orange grove; six
means ought to be found by the pow- foot for sewer tile laid, from main acres cleared; part of land suitablefor
; ers that be to seal the lips of the sewer to house connection.. We do gardening and trucking; located FOR nished RENT-Exceptionally bungalow. Immediate well fur- OFFICE, SAN JUAN GARAGE PHONE 174REGULAR
not bind with signed con- half mile from city limits pos- .
you any on public
ambassador to Great Britain, or else, Everything for
tract, as this proposition is open at road. Bargain. Address M. C. B., necessary..
in justice to the American people, he all times. We would be pleased to care Box 431,_city. 3-10-tf convenient housekeeping. Reasonablerent.
Phone 401, or 239, or call at LI
ought to be recalled, and that as call on you and give an estimate for
in line.Respectfully. I FOR RENT OR house, 514 South Lake street. 3-15-lw L
anything our
promptly as possible, declared Sen- garden and farm land, on Conway -
of in for- road. R. Bruce .Box FOR RENT-Nicely l furnished front
ator Chamberlain Oregon a FERGUS & ROGERS, I 3-20-lm-d&w clary Perry, 115. I room; reasonable rent for the re-
mal statement after reading cabled Successors to W. A. Slauter. Ynainder of the season. Address 217
accounts of Ambassador Page's ad- Phone us your wants; phone 98. FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand I E. Robinson avenue. 3-15-3t

dress before the Associated Cham- unimproved land. See S. S. I
FOR SALEo Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
bers of Commerce in London Wednes-
: furnished. 'See Frank Soper, Room
located three miles from FOR SALE-Phaeton
: acres harness and
day night. 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
city on proposed brick road; eight! two-seated carriage. All in good !
1 Senator Chamberlain introduced acres bearing grove; two acres condition. Curtis & O'Neal. 3-15-tf i I
the resolution passed by the senate; cleared and ten acres timber; four I FOR RENT-Large attractive room
FOR SALE-Ford runabout in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood
Price $3,500. ; bargainif
result of which room cottage.
as a Secretary Bryancabled 25 acres four miles from city; ten! taken at once. Address Box 594, avenue. 2-4 tf FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN
Mr. for full of
Page a report city. 3-13-lw
four hundred
acres grove, ,
his speech, in which he was reported orange and two hundred threeyearold FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for RENT-Cheap cottage, 15 East,Amelia from April avenue.1st, j Orlando and Sanford and Intervening

as having said that the American grapefruit trees;; twelve acres planting. $1 per bbl. Addie Kim- Inquire at cottage. 3-14-6t
people were pleased that Great Brit- fruit land, and three acres garden brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t Points
t land; cottage and barn, located on
ain should most by the Panama
lake front. Price $5,000. I....liillllllllMllillilltMllittiiiHMHMHIMMMtOne
canal and that the Monroe Doctrine I 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ; ;

meant merely that the United States I ; three and one-half miles from I Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ;

"would prefer that no European governments city. Price $30 per acre. tlllllliimOIMMMMtMiMMIIIMMflllttlMillltH

would gain more land in: Five-room cottage and lot one hun- Bungalow Left to Sell
dred by four hundred feet; located on
the New World. main highway leading out of city.
This is the second time in less thana Price $2,000.Five .

year that Ambassador Page has acres of bearing orange grove,
well located. Price $2,000. M. J. DAETWYLER
s been guilty of the impropriety of
140 beautiful *
acres overlooking a
placing the American people in a lake, one and one-fourth miles from
New MaterialsIn
false light before the British public," railroad station and packing house; Spring

said Senator Chamberlain. 20 acres bearing orange grove con- Phone 363HtllliMMMMiiMiMMHMimillMIMMI
taining fourteen hundred trees. The
; "Further reports of the ambassa-
remaining land is high grade fruit
dor's London speech do not differ at and garden soil. Price $12,000. Foulards, Embroidered Crepes, Ratine

all from'the first report as to the 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well
matters concerning which I com- located Can be had at a bargain. Crepes, Dainty Flaxons. The latest stylesin
plained. It reflects the American FOR SALE FOR RENT-Unfurnished size
Office Over Blue Drug Store, good
view only in one particular, and thatis 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, An elegant modern home; four bed-I house; fine location, near Lake Lu- Millinery.
that we rejoice in the prosperity of Orlando, Florida. rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- cerne. Three minutes walk from the
tricity throughout; fruit trees and postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Anderson
2-20-tf I
the British empire, as it might be
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. street. 3-14-6t
,said that we rejoice in the prosperityof I 2-15-tf. I HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms, MISSES
any country on the globe. FOR SALE CHEAP-A modern; located at 311 N. Orange
I am now organizing an excursion good city
"But it.does not reflect the idea of i party to New York and Albany, via home; part cash, balance on time.E. avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange avenue -

the American people in so far as he I Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, H. Gore, Caruthers &.Gore, 6 and 2-24-tf

undertakes to announce a new Mon April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 8 East Pine. 3182wksiFOR FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCaU's

roe Doctrine and in so far as he un- from Orlando to Albany, which includes SALE week or month; cheap. Phone 571,
or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-1m,
baggage transfer in Jackson-
dertakes to discuss the constructionof A family pony, 5 years old, gentle,.
ville and New York. PatternsWltMMIIMimMHIIIMiHMmilimiMHHH3
Special redaction good saddler and driver also t'I
; top LOST-Gold ring, 'small diamond in
the Panama canal for the greater to those starting at Jacksonvilleor buggy and harness.
Bargain. Apply low setting initials inside. Returnto
benefit of Great Britain than that stopping at New York. For good 107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw Orlando Water and Light office,
which, it was hoped, under an American -|I berth and rooms make reservations and receive reward. 3-15-3t -
now of C. P. Smith, Hand building,
policy, would have been derived I I corner Orange avenue and Church FOR SALE-Horse, buggy and har- FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage, *
by the United States in its construc-1'I street, before March 21. 3-5-tf ness-Bargain if taken at once, or large yard overlooking Lake Adair,

tion, control and operation. .. I.I will exchange for Ford runabout. Address city limits, Appka road. $8 per Real Estate Agents, Investors and Homeseekers.ATTENTION"
"I think it might be said with ab- Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Box 569, City. 3-14tf month until November. H. C. McDan-

solute truth that if'the congress of on Court street. 125tftlllal.'iIIIIIIIII.III. iel. 3-13-lw !
FOR. SALE-Shetland harness
the United States had pony FOR
k the United States would any not idea have that the .. bought and cart.at once.Will Address sell at 103 bargain Lucerne if Nursery stock, one SALE, two, three and I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

right to control the canal in such I' Circle. 3-7-lw-d&w four year old buds; Foster Early, rose -house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, n rth.
wayas Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
they fit arid to if ForSaleModern
saw grant, they ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle.
WANTED six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
pleased, free passage to American Apopka, Fla. Phone__2222. 3-13-tf
and bath facilities. Large, roomy base
coastwise vessels not dollar -r-- heating room
would have been a ever I WANTED family washings at TO RENT OR SELLA ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

appropriated either once, from 50 cents up. Home new 7-room bungalow, furnishedor furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
for the purchase of the canal zone, \ 8-roomj : Laundry. Phone 654. Rolla Reel. unfurnished. Rental for summer These
for the construction of the canal or I 3-8- months moderate. Apply 500 Anderson House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200.
House 2 doors --- --- lots connect at the with rose house between. I
for its fortification." I i : : street. 3-17-3t corners,
WANTED-Position as bookkeeperand offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

west of Wyom- : stenographer, by a lady of ex- 25; YEARS' EXPERIENCE Open to all. ;f- il.lE
WELSH RETAIXS LIGHTWEIGHT perience. Address M., 114 Court In buying and selling Seeds. Our

CHAMPIONSHIP | ing Hotel Bargain : : street. 3-13-6t 3-19-3t Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy. E. N. COy

WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto
Los Angeles, March 17.-(Special.) : ; + Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- WANTED 307 West St., Norlh.Orlando

-Freddie Welsh, the English lightweight onable distance of schools and churches. Two agents. Either ladies or gen-

champion, retained his title Must be good land, suitable for tlemen. Experienced preferred. We 4MIIIMIMMM MiMMiitimttm
I trucking and poultry raising. Prefer have the best proposition ever of-
here this afternoonshen he A. L.
got the! Bentley, place with out buildings, but not absolutely fered. Our goods 'guaranteed. Ex- I
decision over Rivers in a twenty' necessary if price is right. EUREKA SALES CO
s round bout. Welsh scientifically out- ; ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- elusive territory, if desired. EURE- 1 iSll
boxed the Mexican. gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jack- KA SALES CO.. No. 8. E. Church St. READTHESENTINELFOR i
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100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c. '.

Electric Elerator Steam Heat Baths-Hot and Cold Water: m Each Room a J. MAGRUDER, Prop.

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Cut Rates to January I, \1915\ ;
Meals, SOc.
Rooms [one) SI.00 per day. Rooms (two) SI week..50 per day. Meals by the week,58.50. NICE AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH ROOMS $3.00 to
$6 00 per week. 58.00 per
Board and Room by the .
520.00 per month. 530.00 per month. month 550.00. $5.00PER WEEK FOR SINGLEROOMS; DOUBLE ROOMS

$20.00 to $24.00 A MONTH.
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Great Detective Believes That He ORLANDO OPERA HOUSE t grove on beautiful lake
near Orlando and one-half mile Cleanliness Of
Will Be Able to Reveal Truthin QualityFRESH
the Case from one df the new County

brick roads. AND SALT MEATS:
Atlanta, Ga., March 17.-William \ ONE WFEJ
J. Burns, the detective who first came 1,300 orange and grape fruit FISH AND GAME

into national prominence through his Commencing trees. 600 trees in full bearing
under the best
3 Kept sanitary conditions.
work on the McNamara case, has begun , G
MONDAY MARCH 700 two years from bud. 30,000
the investigation of the murderof Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh'
Mary Phagan, the factory girl, for; nursery trees some of which are .
whose murder Leo Frank stands OUR FIRST PLAY and pure.We
con- ready to bud. Present bloom in-

victed."I have In an no interview doubt concerning Burns said the: 'The Price Wimen Pay' dicates at least 3,500 boxes this intite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hare

everything in the Meat Line
ability of myself and that of my associates year. Good 7-room residence.
to clear up this affair. I am A HIGH CLASS DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS
This'is the finest grove bargain :

not have relying associated on my with own efforts me some alone.I ofthe IADIES FREE t MONDAY the holder NIGHT of a IF 50 accompaniedby cents ticket in"the County. $6,000'cash, balance :. The PARLOR MARKET

country's greatest experts on .. one, two and three years.
criminal investigations of this partic- I and reserved before 6 p. m.

ular kind, and the public may rest as- H.; M. Self & Co.
Prices 15-25-35 and 50 Cents
sured we will find the truth. | Cooper $ Atha

"And the truth is all we are after. llliiMIMMtHIMIHIMMMMMIilMIMMilMIMHIJust PINESTREET

I have been enabled to clear up far 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
more baffling mysteries than is pre- Phone No. 80
Phone No. 311
sent'd in this case, and when they

were cleared up they appeared to

have been very simple problems. All ,
I ask is that the public keep an open

mind, just as I am keeping. I am 111111111111111111"
simply seeking the truth and am con-

fident I will find it. I would not, of ..
course, do anything to thwart justice.I .
believe in capital punishment for
murderers and whoever killed Mary

Phagan should be hanged for the
crime. arrived car load

"Those who employed me in this
FORDS for immediate -
case are fully apprised of my atti-
tude, and they know that I will make delivery. New Goods Arriving Daily

the truth known regardless of,who it
affects. I take it for granted that
Get nowF.
the city detectives and the solicitor yours

general will join hands with me in
developing the truth; in fact, I am ,

quite sure they will co-operate with Phone 226 1
me in this quest. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Mr. Burns stated that, after a long made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
conversation with Frank, during
which he closely observed the pris- Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

oner's actions and mental processes, c Pants 'and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
I he is convinced that Frank is not a

I pervert, as was charged by Jim Con- & Co. Best place in the city to trade. '
ley at Frank's trial.
"In my work I have had occasionto O
come in contact with abnormal

people of all kinds, and I know them
and their characteristics well," Burns W. M. SLEMONS ,

said. "Many perverts occupy high
places in society and in business. It
is not a difficult matter for me to

locate one, however. Abnormalityhas

its unfailing marks. Frank is a To the West and NorthwestVIA .- IMMIMIIIMMIMMMMIHttMIMIIIIIMIIHIMMHIIMIIillMllilM ,.
normal man. I am satisfied of this

fact"Mr. Burns said he expected to in- -- We are the People .

terview Jim Conley, but he did not
know just when he would seek an in- DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND Supree Auto ml I

terview. lIe laughed at the popular
impression that he expected to sub- SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDixie that have made good Why? Be-

mit Conley to "third degree" meth-
The oil that has experience has taught how
Dixie cause us to
ods."In making this investigation it is, Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED stood the
Lv Orlando, A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm'I v Orlando, .. supreme -
of course, desirable that I talk with I r Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville .............?........ 'I 3:13pm:30 pm make formulas that suit all conditionsfor
Conley," he said, "and I do not antic- T Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L ........... 8:15pmv test
v Waycross, A. C. L......11:50am 10:25 pmr Waycross A. C. L. ..:.........,10:20pm
ipate that any one will throw any obstacles Macon G. S. &: F...... 5:13pm ":15 am r Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. 3-46am both orange trees and vegetables.
I the r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C, of Ga. ............,. 7:12 am ,
in my way. see by Ar Knoxville: L &: N. .............12:19pm THAT _
W. & A..12:18am 11:55
r :
that Conley he will r Corbin L &: N. .....,.....,.. .
newspapers says I r Nashville N. C. &: St. L. .:50 am :30 pm Louisville. L. &: N. ............;.. 3:16pmr 9:00 pm I
be glad to look me in the face and Ar St. Louis, LC.&L.&N.: : 2:50 pm 7 20 am r Indianapolis, ?a. L. ............ 1:50 am Nowis t the time to fertilize
answer all my questions. That is allI Ar Lexington L. &: N. ............ 6:50 pm
can ask." Ar Hopkinsville, L &: N.......... 6 7pm Ar Cincinanti. L &: N. ............. 8:50 pm Good Gulf Gasoline
Ar Evansville, L. &: N.. .... 9:28 am 9:25 pm Ar Kalamazoo RT&: L ..........12:20 pm
i Ar Terre Haute C. &: E. L. 1:10pm( 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. &: L ....... %:.15 pm
The way to get the male population -Ar Chicago. C. &: E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am r Cleveland, Big"Four ............. 7:15am
a out to church is to advertise a.' The Southern Fertilizer Co.
sermon for men only with admittance Solid train composed of section drawingroom '
at the side door. I sleeping cars, observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted Orlando: PHONES: Mice 32. Plant 31 Florida
I cars and dining tar, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach ! P. G. WALTON, Agt. f ,
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and I - - -
Greece has appointed a man named I ar between Jacksonville and,St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis; Remember Thursday, March 19th, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
Demosthenes Consul General at DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and While in take "Dixie"or
as PHONES 450-269 at Grand theater, "The Martyr of An- i Chattanooga
} Boston. Now Italy should send overa artment Solid train, observation carrying sleepers electric, lighted and electlicfonted com- Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping car between tioch." Big midwinter concert of the "News" sightseeing automobiles
section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand Mendelssohn Club, assisted by Mrs. for Lookout Mountain Point Park
Mr. Cicero to even ; ,
up. lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car ,,1111111111111111101111 ,. Martha Palmer Carr, Mr. Forrest.
erves meals a la carte. service.between Atlanta and Cincinnati Dabney Carr, and Mr. Cyril Tyler of Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
A FULL MOON ---- - h _ Jacksonville. 3-14-lt Ridge and historical points. For reservations -
Now is the time to buy your gar- FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON Buy your garden seed La- address 910 Market street.
den seed from DeLaney & Abernethy. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. ney & Abernethy. Just a 33Apr.23J ,
-3-mf big shipment of fresh se Ever Try our Classified Ads.
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ns Robinson, I
I r Person, Laura Depend largely upon liov much you --

.J Wilbur Tilden,
save and teach tlCTIto save -
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: Beggs, and J Now much have you and they saved] _

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t Travel on "A.B.A." Cheques ists at Tourist
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fj J You can pay your hotel bills with them; buy railway and steamship day, on the LET( '(J.: :.m] : YOU !1
convenient wen ly recently
tickets; use them for purchases. They are the most as
as the safest(kind of"travel money;"your counter-signature identifies you. zone and I

q "A.BA Cheques supply the urgent need for an International Cur- dress. Rev. I Wo have several plans for teaching
the travelers'cheques accepted, under the law, talk Tuesday. State."f M
rency. They are only .
1' for U. S. Customs duties. Call or write for booklet.* the daily systematic saving and will be pleased __
crowded I '
to them all
The State Bank of Orlando QUIET DAY explain


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city building. f& \ 0 I )

son grand is out of lr. O.R!>>l\'B\f $ ,4 h'f' nRn( J\\ 3ak l 1 1"It

.- and the other
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.-- routine work ; is a pleasure to serve you.

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Mr. L P. I ;: ?

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Commissioners Nominated County repeal of the leaves a wife I II ", ''M ',' i " ., : =
By essarily operates as a Ii II'' '" ; " '
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five sons. Of lIllllhi',1i11111i I 1 ''I ' 11 'I '" I I'II r,=
at Large. old law. Jordan, Mr. J. I I I : I 'I I I, Ii II :I'''1" ', ,.:! 1 11:1': ,", ."," I I I 1,1', 1'1'1''I, ,I'' ," : ,',I "'" "'',I I'1'1,1/ 'I'I I i;d .p-=, r
"Section 63 of the new primary law "
Cook and Mr.
i in '
is the same substance as section
According to an opinion of Attor- Orlando; Mr. Mabel Gypzene will be seen at every DO YOU NEED A HORSE OR A
12 of the old primary law, now sec- TEAM OF MULES?
ney General West the next Board of berry, and performance-our old friend Peruchi
tion 270 of the General Statutes be- friends-Peruchi-Gypzene
still his humorous Those who are in need of a horse
x County Commissioners will be nomi- fore it was amended! in 1907 by hav- Angeles. Mr. us-the billboards are gives or a mule have a chance this week to
the Woodmen ments with his impromptu talk, tak-
nated by the entire county. The f91- ing added thereto the proviso requiring look get a good Tennessee team. Either
his lithographic faces ing his audience into his confidencefor I horses or mules. P. G. Waldron arrived -
lowing is from Mr. West's statement: the nomination of members of the
lodge. The and their company the ensuing bill of fare. There is yesterday with a car load. Theyare
"The manner of nominating county Board of County Commissioners and from the the long stock sea- but one Chelso Peruchi and one Pe- at Magruder's stables, where they
!' commissioners is not 1cdlly: members of the Board of Public In. fresh can be seen and bought privately, or
spec pro- and
3 o'clock, and again gather ruchi-Gypzene Company. They will exchanges will be made if so desired,
struction and it there-
vided for the fctatute. Sec by districts, ,
by new
following the times the house whole when
in the city year appear at opera one up until Friday noon, every remaining -
tion 270 General Statutes pioviding fore follows that such officers are tc I will animal will be
arrangements and dramas run just week, commencing Monday, March 23, put up sepa-
that members of the Board of County be nominated in the same manner a s The public demand that watch for the and the II rately and sold at auction to the high-
opening play
mond & Gore.
est bidder, to close them out, no mat-
t' Commissioners shall be nominatedby they are elected in the general elec .
There is no cast. Seats
excellent supporting on ter what they bring, so the shippercan
districts instead of by counties at tion. ers shall be public taste-what they sale at Butts, 9 a. m., Monday March return to his home. He non't
large, is no longer in force, because I "The general election law on th County are going to 'get-here, 23. propose to remain here on expense on
F the new statute on the subject of subject is section 172 of the Genera!1 large. This is I Their lot will be that account. He decided to auction
them off in order to make quick sales.
primary elections is a general revis- Statutes and requires that member s tion 5 of I the majority go-and that Sentinel want ads. get result Come to Magruder's stables if you
ion of the law on the subject and nec- of the Board of County Commission. tution of the Peruchi-Gypzene. Pretty Read Sentinel want ads. need a horse or mule. 319ltfMllimUMMHMmillllMIMMMlllMMIMMIMMMt

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.r 4f 1 I'i a Special Silk Sale.


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: 100 Foulard Dress, Patterns One Day Only-WEDNESDAY-One Only

f Exclusive Patterns, all colors, no two alike i $7-50 Second Floor Specials .

values, for this sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.98
$1.00 Messalines, all shades and colors '

Special . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . . 83 C Beautiful new line of silk petticoats, just what the ladies QOp
75c. Silk Ratine, plain and brocaded, all shades are wearing now, $1.50 values, this sale only . . . . . . . . . .

and colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . 48c colored Silk Skirts,
$3.00 beautiful changable and high SI 98
98e number special . . . . II II . . . . .. . II. . .
$1.25 grade 42-inch Silk Poplin, special this sale II. . II II II II . . . fifty In ; very II.

Printed and figured Silks and Satins, beautiful line, specially pretty ones in Messaline Knit Silk tops --------. . . . .
good for Kimonos and Draperies, $1.25 grade, 98c.; 7c. grade . . . U3'J Chiffon Taffeta. These are the $1 kind, this sale only: . . II. II. . . X2,95

85c Silk Ponges, ,a rare line, '

yard wide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OOC One very fine lot of $5.00 values in Crepe de Chene, just the Cl QC
$1.50 Real Shamtung, an imported thing for soft dresses, reduced for this sale to . . . . . . . . . vJ.yJ

Ponges . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 'Ot .
One lot Chiffon Taffetas, good range of colors BIG REDUCTIONS extend through all our Silks. This is done .

$1.00 values, this sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59c largely to introduce our NEW Silk Department of Magnificent Silks.

A Wide Range of Special Values throughout the departments on these days. No one should fail to visit us.

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is Miss with Curran us for ,a of few Philadelphia days demonstrating , Th Y.}1 Duckwort 111 C Is receiving our best attention.

Hook and Eye.the new Ladies West, especially Flat I e. Y r 0 I of-town post Samples Soil folks cheerfully deliver, and the sent the goods to parcel out-the

our dressmakers, should same day at our expense.
visit Miss Curran her No need to send Further than

brief stay. First floor.during Orlando Largest Store. "Quality Did I t.tt want.icmMIMMMMUMMIIIIIIilll this .big store for anything you I

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