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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.
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Publication Date: March 22, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00361
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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


VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1914. NUMBER 35.


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KISSIMMESANFORD[[ [ELECTRIC l[ I I LINE[ State Following Department. Conference Confirms Between Rumor Though Presence Stetson of Took Large Last Crowd Game at in, IMMINfNI N H HOMERULEQUESTIONI [ ij f

. Minister and Lind Winter Park
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INVESTIGATION MADE BY' DETECTIVE BURN WILT' MAKE Washington, March 21.Special.The ( .) Though Stetson took the last game I MOVEMENT TO H J JUDGE KING'S TROOPS REFUSE TO
state department today unoffi- of the series yesterday, Rollins wins
OFFICIAL, OF ONTARIO. PUBLIC HIS fiNDINGS cially confirmed the> statement that the championship among college I mR LIKELY 10 FAIL BEAR ARMS AGAINST
COMPANY Rojas is to be the next president of teams in Florida<: for the season just ULSTER PATRIOTS
Mexico. closed.
j Has Agreement With Employers That Rojas, who is now minister of for- The game at Winter Park yesterday Counsel for the Judge Have Attempted
BELIEVES[ [ [ INVESTMENT[ [ G GOOD D He Shall Discovers Tell All That He eign affairs, will rule until the next was witnessed by the largest to Secure Introductionof PN[ MUTINY RATS[ [ SENSATION
election is held. This announcement crowd ever assembled on the groundsat Bill to That Effect
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followed the arrival and complete report that place. Stetson sent a special
LIKELY THAT TANGIBLE RE- Atlanta, Ga., March .-Detective of three hours' conference held train loaded down with students and Washington, March 21.-The move- FIELD MARSHAL ROBERTS SUMMONED -
SULTS WILL FOLLOW REPORT William J. Burns, who is now en- between Lind and Rojas at Vera Cruz rooters. They brought a brass band ment to drop the charges against TO PRESENCE OF ,_
gaged in unraveling the mystery of yesterday. with them, and the' scenes at the'! Federal Judge Emory Speer, of the
TO BE MADE TO the murder of Mary Phagan, the fac- Rojas presented to Lind his tenta- game were lively and inspiring. The : south Georgia district, and to retire THE KING, FOR ADVICE IN
COMPANY IX APRIL I tory girl whose death Leo Frank tive proposals for a new government! rival college colors were flaming him from the bench by a special act PERILOUS SITUATION
I has been convicted and sentenced to in Mexico which will enable the everywhere, and the rooting was en- I' of congress, is not likely to succeed.It .
More than one party of capitalistsis death, will make public all his find- United States and Mexico to estab-II thusiastic if not boisterous. is probable that further effortsin London, March 21.-Special.-( )
interested in the proposed electric I ings in the case. lish diplomatic relations. Stetson captured the game by a this direction will be abandoned, Excitement over the threatened civil
road between Sanford and I "I made a distinct agreement," said One of the strongest claims set I score of 7 to 5. It was one of the and that the judiciary committee will war in Ulster reached its climax today -
mee by way of Oriando. Kissim-I the detective, "with the gentlemenwho forth by Rojas is that he has never I most interesting games ever wit- proceed with its consideration of the when a report was received that
The Sentinel has employed me on the case, that been actively allied with any political: nessed in this part of the state. evidence against the accused jurist two companies of the Dorsetshire .
step made in the direction of even if I come to the conclusion that faction until after the establishment Barze, Ross and Taylor did the bat- with a view to determining whetherhe regiment stationed at Belfast had ;
ing this needed enterprise, reatiz-I, I Leo Frank is guilty I will make pub- of the Huerta regime. I tery work for Rollins, while Brower shall be impeached by the house mutinied. '
belief that at no distant day actual I lic my, conclusion and my reasons Rojas, it is declared, has promisedLind and Larcy performed for Stetson. and arraigned before the bar of the Following the receipt of this news
work would begin,by one organizationif for it. and his government that if he' Many from Orlando attended the ex United States senate. the king summoned Field Marshal
not by another. The fact that sev- i "I at first did not want to take the becomes ruler of the country he will I! hibition. I Following the publication last Sun- Roberts for a conference over the j'
eral different combinations of capitalare i case and said then to the men who see that Huerta is sent out at the Stetson has won five games and day of the plan to retire Judge Speer Irish situation. The king's summonsto
looking into the matter leads to I|I: employed me that if I decided Frankis head of the army to wipe out the lost three. Rollins has won six and prematurely and thus obviate thei Roberts was preceded by a conference >
rthe conclusion.that time would not be'' guilty they would not like it, and rebels. j I lost two. The University and Columbia possibility of impeachment proceed- with War Secretary Seeley and
given the subject if it did not appealto would want me to drop the matter. i have been in a hopeless mi ings, it was announced by friends of Arthur Balfour, unofficial leader of :
the minds of finance as being a They answered that they wished my VILLA IS PRESSING ON TO I nority. the jurist that he had not sought re- the unionists. ,
promising dividend paying proposi-': conclusion regardless of whom it TORREON ', tirement and that the suggestion of After seeing the king, Roberts conferred 1
tion. I struck, and it was then agreed that I it came from members of congress. with Seeley and the executivesof ',;
* The latest evidence of interest : my report should be made public." Bermijello, Mex., March 21.-(Spe- WAS BOLD BAD BURGlAR UTOmN'J | Concerning the movement to retire. the staff of the war office. i
comes from a traction company ofl 1!I The attention of Burns was called cial.-The vanguard of Villa's army Speer it is known here that as far The report of the mutiny of the ;
Ontario, Canada. One of the officials -N i to the fact that one of the several entered this place this afternoon after I eu CASH H back as last October Congressman Dorsetshires was published in the 1
of the company spent several I'mysteries I in the case is the disap- a sharp fight of more than an hour, I' Bartlett, of Macon, was approachedby Pall Mall Gazette. It says the regi- ).
weeks in Orlando recently, and went'I I pearance of Mary Phagan's purse, the federals retreating in the direc- one of Speer's counsel about a bill ment was ordered on parade and then
over the ground thoroughly. He is I I which she is known to have carried tion of Torreon. i Pinecura Safe Is Entered but Nothing -I to retire federal judges who have the men were told they would be sent J 4to
personally acquainted with the physical i, to the factory with her. On entering Bermijello a hundred;' of Value Rewarded the [I, served continuously for twenty-five another part of Ulster. Thereupontwo ,I
problems that the project pre-'I Burns said: "Yes, end the $1.20 and 'six dead federals were found.I Ardent Yeggmen years. The passage and approval of companies threw down their arms i
.sents. Since returning to Ontario he she received has never been accounted The constitutionalists lost one cap- ', I such a measure would have made and said: "We'll have no more home '3
has written, to parties in Orlando I for, nor has the disappearance of tain and one private. The rebel army ]!' Orlando must confess to its first I Speer eligible for retirement, and rule here." This and the resignation "
asking questions concerning charter I the ribbon about her hat been ex- is concentrating in Bermijello rap- burglary in a number of years. The i thus obviated the necessity for a con- of officers by the score who refused,
and right of way. This information j, plained. In my final report I will idly. !I Pinecura Remedy company's plantwas gressional investigation and possible to bear arms against Ulster aroused 1
is being carefully collected. The take up these points, and handle them The village of Santa Clara was entered some time during Friday i I' impeachment proceedings. the greatest anxiety. "
i party in question requested that the to the" public's satisfaction, I feel II' captured at 4 o'clock this afternoon night and the safe was opened, but I, Judge Bartlett replied to this suggestion The summoning of Roberts, and 1
information be hurried as he wishedto sure. according to advices brought from nothing of value was taken. j that, in view of Speer's long the cabinet conferences which lasted
present the matter in detail to his' Conley, during the trial, testified I Villa's headquarters. The town is 22 There was O overpowering: and ;j I service, his age and the precariousstate nearly all night and which were re- 1
.board. which meets early in April. I I i,I on his re-direct examination that j jI > miles north of Torreon.It unanswerable reason why nothing of of his health, that he individ- sumed this morning, and extraordinary 3 j
e In the meantime it is not to be when he returned to the office from I is Villa's intention to give the value was taken from the safe: there ually had io desire to oppose such a activities of the war office show f
,thought that the citizens Orlando. the basement, after disposing of I federals no rest. ;! was nothing of value in it. i I bill. He declared he thought it mightbe the seriousness of the situation more ]
will allow the agitation to grow cold.'I girl's body, that he saw Mary Pha- j,' 4' While a safe is supposed to contain to the best interests of the southern clearly than words. The situation is \
There are several leading citizens gan's mesh bag lying on the desk and JUDGE MARTIN HAD IMPORTANT valuables there are cases of record district and to all concerned if further complicated by the shortage j
who are intensely interested. They!! that later Frank took it and placed it i CASE IN HIS COURT i where this is not the case, and the :i the situation was relieved by the of commissioned officers. j
believe in the proposition as a devl- {[i f in the safe. i I Pinecura company's safe is one of passage of a bill that would enable Field Marshal Sir John French, .i i
'opr and an investment, and they may,I The point was brought out by the Judge William Martin doesn't these. No explosives were used by Speer to retire from the bench. chief of the imperial general staff,
not be willing for a Canadian concern: solicitor general after Attorney Ros- often adjourn his court to the big the would-be yeggmen. The safe wasa I I!' After the sub-committee had com- arrived at Dublin late today, in con- l oJ
,to come in and take their opportunity' ser had finished grilling the negro, court room, but yesterday was an ex rather simple affair, and the loca-j I pleted its investigation: Congressman nection with the resignation of offi-
away from them. The only thing and except for the negro's statement ception. A case of more than ordi tion of the Pinecura plant is such : Bartlett went to Macon to attend the cers of the regular army, owing to j
that has barred realization of the there is little mention made of the nary importance was brought before that the burglars had all the time : funeral of the late Senator A. 0. Bacon their refusal to march against the 1 1
project has been lack of organization. mesh bag in the brief of evidence of II him. A jury was demanded, and it they wished to work quietly without i' '. While in Macon, he was approached unionists.The 3
There is ample capital in Orlando to the trial. became necessary for the judge to being disturbed.The 1 I by another of Speer's coun- incident at Belfast is said to t
build the road and secure its equip-1 Dan Lehon, head of the New Or- seek the court room upstairs to allow': attempt at robbery was discovered sel for the purpose of showing him a reflect the attitude of thousands of '
ment and operation. |I leans Burns agency, who has been for the extraordinary circumstances.From yesterday by Mr. Walter W. letter from Judge Speer addressed to men in the service, and it can not be ;
j I I summoned here by the chief to assist I I 10 o'clock in the morning until Rose, when he visited the factory.The his leading counsel.Congressman denied that the example was set by "
TWO ORLANDO RED MEN GET, in the investigation, will not arrive } 4 in the afternoon the valiant attorneys doors of the safe stood open and Bartlett was not disposed officers. The government has noti-
GRAND LODGE OFFICES until Monday, Mr. Burns says, and as I, battled, frequent appeals to the the papers in it had been scattered to'discuss the matter and de- fied all officers that they must de- t
I I a result it is apparent the detective I Il constitution of the United States be- about, but there was no evidence that I dined to treat anything that was said clare their attitude within twelve
The thirty-first Great Sun session.l thinks there is still much work to I be I ing made in he course of the legal anything had been lost. There was I I as confidential. This attorney, however hours. In view of the disaffection i
of the' Florida Great Council, Im- : done on the case.. conflict. The jury, headed by Col. no money in the safe. The burglarsleft : was desirous of showing to the among officers, the revolt of enlisted '
proved Order of Red Men, was held I I' When questioned about the lengthof Get C. Keller as foreman, eventually ; no clue, and the Pinecura offi-I congressman, and did show to him, men was to be expected. ;
in Leesburg Tuesday and Wednesday I,'' time he considers necessary to I' rendered a verdict, after a learned cials think it would be adding insultto this letter signed by Speer, in which The Ulsters are all well armed and a
and about seventy-five delegates were complete the case, Burns would only discussion of the points at issue. The injury to make an arrest. I' the accused judge agreed to accept waiting for the ringing of church j
present, 'also the great council chiefs say that he is anxious to completethe jury found in favor of the plaintiff a retirement at the hands of congress, bells and lighting of fires to assemble.
_and the head of the order in the! work and get back to the head- verdict for $16. The case was a claim TWO DISTINGUISHED VISITORS ;, if the judiciary committee would exonerate A hundred thousand men are held J
United ,States, Great Incohonee Carl quarters of his agency. against the Atlantic Coast Line for I LEAVE FOR HOME him of the charges lodged by ready to respond. Meanwhile the j
Foster, of Bridgeport, Conn. P. F.1' Burns has expressed complete sat- the killing of a cow, the plaintiff be-i the department of justice. government is rushing thousands of ]
Laubach, of Orlando, was elected isfaction with his work on the Mary ing Mr. W. D. Tucker. Attorney Victor -.' The Tourist Headquarters estab- The Macon congressman again said troops to Ulster. It is evident from 1
great prophet, and J. T. Dale, of Orlando Phagan murder case and as a resultit Starbuck 'represented the plaintiffand lished by the Orlando Board of Trade I that while he would take no hand in its disposition of troops that the gov- !
was chosen great chief of rec- is generally believed the famous I Attorney LeRoy B. Giles the rail for the comfort and convenience of i any movement to retire Speer, he ernment plans to have every strategic
ords. The first speaker of the occa- sleuth's final report will be made in road company. the tourists will lose two ardent de- would not oppose a bill of this kind, point covered so as to be in positionto "1
sion was Mr. W. R. O'Neal. Sanfordwas the next ten days. votees today. Senator W. D.' Gors- if recommended by the judiciary com- crush the revolt at any part of the j
selected as the next meeting "My investigation has been an NORWEGIAN EDITOR ON VISIT line, of Millers Mills, N. Y., and Mr. mittee. On his return to Washington province. ;
place. easy one and is growing easier as it I Uriah Seely, of Newark, N. J., will Judge Bartlett found the retire- Stirring Scenes in Ulster
progresses," Mr. Burns says. "The New York, March 21.-Einar Hil- leave for their homes in the North. ment plan was being considered, but Belfast, Ireland, March 21.-Ulster J
OVERSTREET TO ATTEND MEETING investigation is a simple matter and sen, editor of one of the leading These two gentlemen have done more, that members of the judiciary com- this morning presented a martial aspect :
AT OCALAAt has meant merely the following of newspapers of Christiana, left the perhaps, than others have to make mittee, particularly those who conducted All the towns were occupied by {
the trend of the criminal mind. city today for a tour which will em- the Tourist Headquarters a success. I the investigation, were not favorably soldiers of the regular army and detachments j
the last meeting of the Orlando "An analytical probe of this mur- brace Chicago and the Norwegian They have proved their title to lead- inclined toward the plan. were marching alongcountry '
Board of Trade Mr. M. 0. Overstreetwas der will unquestionably reveal the communities in the Northwest. Mr. ership by the active part they have Judge Bartlett has not considered nor roads on their way to strengthen
elected chairman of a committee criminal state of the mind that im- Hilsen has been sent over here by I taken in the organization of the tour- taken any part in the matter. garrisons. At all the unionist centers ,
of his own selection to attend the pelled it. In all of its various phasesthe King Haakon as a special commis- ists, and they have contributed muchto i there was great animation among the i
meetings to be held at Ocala, Mon- stamp of a crime saturated men- sioner to visit the people of Norwe-' the entertainment of the crowds STARBIRD FOR PLACE ON "Ulster volunteers." *
day, March 23, and at Kissimmee, tality is indeliby shown. Few cases gian birth or descent and arouse in-' who have gathered daily and nightlyat COUNTY BOARD Throughout the province a feelingof
Thursday, ?March 26, to consider the on which I have worked manifestedmore terest in the celebration in Norwayof the room. Both are wedded to Or- County Commissioner Samuel W. excitement prevailed and every- ;
long and short haul act of the last obviously the criminal turn of the 100th anniversary of the lando on account of its many attrac- Eldredge having been appointed post- body seemed waiting in anxious expectation -j j
legislature. The railroads have made mind of the perpetrator."I aration of Norway from sep-1| tions and delights, and they will both master at Apopka it will be necessaryto for something to octur-
application to be relieved of the obli- am perfectly satisfied with results return next season. Orlando holds a fill his place on the county boardas they knew not what. ,
gations of that act. The railroad so far, and I am more confident SCOTTISH RITE MASONS I] hearty welcome always for such men, soon as he receives his commis\ Belfast Lough also displayed con- 1
commission will hold hearings at the than ever of success. I will soon be A number of prominent Masons I and is proud to have entertainedthem. sion. The regulations require that a siderable activity. Two torpedo boat
places mentioned and the railroads able to point conclusively to the slayer from all sections of the state are ex- : postmaster shall have no other office. destroyers, the Pathfinder and the At-
concerned have been cited to appear of Mary Phagan." pected in Jacksonville to attend the Mr. A. C. Starbird, of Apopka, is be- tentive, arrived there this morning 1
and present arguments why they fifth general convention of the coordinate -I HEAVY SNOW IN GEORGIA ing mentioned as successor to Mr. from Kingstown and landed five offi-
should be relieved. of the operation of SEARS OUT FOR CONGRESS bodies of the Ancient and i Atlanta, Ga., March .-(Special.) Eldredge. Those who know Mr. Star- cers and 150 men of the Yorkshire
the act. Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Ma-I There was a heavy snow fall this bird agree that he is eminently qual- regiment at Carrickfergus castle. ;
Both the Kissimmee Valley Gazette sonry which begins Monday, April 6, afternoon, melting on the ground as ified for the place, and it is likely Within twenty-four hours over
THE WEATHER and the Osceola Journal come out and concludes Thursday evening, it fell. Because of cloudiness and that he will be recommended for the 3,000 regular troops, including four
this week with large photoengravures April 9. A large number of Masons I high winds which prevented frost, the appointment.The battalions of infantry with machine
t: Florida: Local rains Sunday, ex- of Hon. W. J. Sears, who has : will also be in atetndance to receive ,I fruit has not been injured by the recent guns and two batteries of field artillery j
cept fair in norhwest portion; coolerin announced for congress. The Valley I II the thirty-second degree. A fine pro I cold snap. Heavy snow and April magazines are things of all equipped for active service .. i
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south and ,central portions. Mon- Gazette predicts his election and the gram has been arranged for the con- sleet is falling tonight over north beauty and a joy for many a day. have arrived in the various towns of
day, fair Journal endorses him strongly. I vention. I' Georgia. Curtis & O'Neal, book store. -(Continued on page 8)t \.
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MYSTERIOUS TEA
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I till 11111 11111 11111 IMIIIIM 11111 11111 11111 III.
THE PLACES OF WORSHIP church The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist tea" SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI I To THE WESTVIA
announces a "mysterious
hereby announce myself as a candidate
fr for April 1st. They say they wantto for re-election to the office of Supervisor of,
pre-empt the day, so make this announcement Registration for Orange County, subject to'
CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. so far beforehand. They the Democratic primary. to be held June 2nd,

Chisholm will preach at the promise all sorts of fun,, and will 1914. FRANK H. WILLIAMS.FOR SfMINOU[ LI i M IUD .
home of Mr. Jacob Hassler, 208 East serve this menu: .

Church street, Sunday afternoon at Something Most Needed SHERIFFI candidate l.v Orlando -_____________ 3:13 pm MONDAY AT
hereby myself as a
2:15. A cordial welcome is extendedto Condensed Curd Impertinence for Sheriff of announce Orange County, subject to the Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm
all. Mineral Mixture Democratic primary of June 2nd 1914. Lv Jacksonville,Ra.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm
Bathing Appliance Cake FRANK GORDON. Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm Montgomery Motion Picture Co's

Rev. G. P. Markham, of Binghamton Sidewalk Slippers FOR COUNTY TREASURERI Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
What Babies and Brides Receive hereby announcE myself a candidate for Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
N. Y., will speak at Unity Chapel What Our Grannies Used to Card Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
on Sunday morning. Mr. Markham is Long RemembranceLove's Democratic primary of June J.2nd H. TUCKER.1914. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am Grand Theater"THE
a Methodist minister. Request Most Precious Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ 7:30 amr
Frigid ConsonantIn FOR TAX ASSESSORI Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p
the store formerly occupied by hereby announce my candidacy for the
Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE of Orange County, sub pm
of Tax Assessor
M. B. Ives. 3-21-td office
Ar Jackson Tenn., I. C.___ 7:46
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ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary pm
Services at"11 a. m. Sunday; sub-: called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm THEATER BEAUTIFUL"FLORIDA'S
ject, "Matter. I NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSTax elected I pledge you my faithful service. Ar Cairo, Ill, I. C.________.11:07 pm
school at 10 o'clock. ARTHUR BUTT.FOR FINEST PICTURE
Sunday books for the payment of Ar Carbondale, Ill, I. C.12:13 am HOUSE
evening meeting at
Wednesday State and County taxes close the last TAX COLLECTOR Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.___ 7:05 am
candidate ?
7:45.Armory day of March, after which all property I hereby announce myself as a
building. on which the taxes have not been for Orange re-election County to ,the subject office to of the Tax Democratic Collectorof Ar Centralia, Ill, I. C.----- 1:38 am "AT CROSS PURPOSES"-Klien-Cines (Two Reels)

paid will be advertised. Come now primary to be held June 2nd 1914. If reelected Ar Matoon, IH., I. C_______ 3:30 amAr The Duke was so bored he sought a poor girl for his
METHODISTAt if you would avoid the rush at the I pledge to you my faithful service Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am wife. What
the happened after she had tasted the sweets of I '
( the Grand.) last and save cost of advertising.W. as I have endeavored to give.to MARTIN.past. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. C. E. E. MARTIN -' Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am society, makes a thoroughly enjoyable subject.
Howard Supt.Services 3-10-10t. Tax Collector
at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30p. *lNMS1ItI. $I I I1 III'1 Solid Through Trains-Composed of "THAT PAIR FROM THESPIA-An Essany western

m. Buy yoar garden seed from DeLa- observation; compartment, drawing- comedy, laughable and brilliant.
Epworth League, 6:45. J. N. Bur- ney & Abernethy. Just received a Shoe Repairingby room, section, sleeping cars, a1dee
; den, Pres. big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf: chair between "A DIP IN THE
:reclining cars, Jacksonville BRINEY-Selig-Full of Laughs
} PARCEL POSTMen's '
CHRISTIAN CHURCH \ and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand from start to finish.
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
service will be St Louis. All meals in diningcar.
church
Christian on Court street. 12-5-tf REAL MUSIC BY A REAL ORCHESTRA
held at 208 East Church street Sun- I Half Soles, 7se to Sse .
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ladles' Half Soles, 60cto75c For I kets and Pullman car reser-
Rev. Chisholm, of Kissimmee, will Sentinel want ads. get,resulto.HIIIMMHHMMMMH. i Children's Half Soles, sOe to 750 vations, all on
r preach.Sunday. ,'.00 W. R. O'NEAL 3:30 CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE UNTIL 10:00 ;
school at 9:45 a. m. Hand Turned Soles, : City Ticket Agent,
Heels Repaired, 2c I or
t D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, .
CHILDREN 5c
EVANGELISTIC MEETING hours. ADULTS lOc 3
A Genuine Bargain All work returned in 24 Atlantic Coast Line,
Little Charlie Turner, the 6yearold Orders without remittance returned Orlando.
preacher, by the request of hundreds Real EstateGood C. 0. D. We pay
will preach again this after- : in return postage. WOOD, COAL AND ICE COMING TUESDAY
noon at 3 o'clock in the Lucerne
Theater. Every person in Orlando eight-room house, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's 'THE THIRD DEGREE"-FOUR REELS
should hear the gifted little preacher, : with connected kitchen A. Hanson Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
the youngest in the world. He will I
first class landal
twenty acres East Pine Street ,
will conduct the singing. Come one, 19
Come all cleared, 315 bearing FLORIDA OLIVE OIL AND SPICESWe
Orange Trees, in first class ORLANDO have the best. 25 years in the:

UNITARIAN CHURCH condition, fine bloom. Land .....,, ,. business.macy. Try us. McElroy 3-14-31 Phar-j MMIMMIIMMMMHUIMMMHtimmmiltMUMjA

(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) can easily be sub-divided
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ,, '
into five-acre tracts is on .
II ,
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. .
i Subject, "Knowledge and Life." ::t road to Conway, 2 1-2 Economy and pur

Sunday school at 10 o'clock. I:t miles from Court House, Auto ml
Unity Circle on Wednesday after- I: road on two sides, main Supreffle WR1GFALTHYT&SBBD chase power of your mon
CO
noon. .Miss Gordon will speak on
"Two Modern Novels." II road will be bricked this
Farm
ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's"
Round Table on Friday evening. year. Has rural delitery, FOR REAL

and shool wagon. Sold to The oil that has Ms Our Business and Garden Seeds. in

CATHOLIC CHURCH close and estate. CHEAPfor Orlando Florida
Fourth Sunday in Lent. cash, or very reasonable stood the supreme bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
Sunday School, 9 a. m.
terms will be made.
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. .I test Quality.Fresh .
Rosary, Sermon and Benediction, LORD & BRADSHAW :
7:30 p. m. Eggs 29C doz. II Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
The Rev. Father Bresnahan will Exclusive Agents : ==THAT:Tii
preach the fourth sermon of the Sun- Sweet Milk 130 qt. "J II Ice SOC 100 lbs., Limes 150 doz.

day night Lenten series at the night ." " ,111111111,111,1,11Dr. Sweet Milk 07C pint || Fresh Butter Milk ice qt.
service. All welcome to all services
7 in the Catholic Church. Goo Gulf Gasoline Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

Buckmaster (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Rev. John W. Stagg, D. D., pas- Osteopathic Physician .....:.. 340 Acres Good Land
tor.Sunday
School at 9:45 a. m. W. R.
f

O'Neal Services, Supt.at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 132 Orange Avenue WALTON 40 acres under fence, 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn
G. Agt
P.
m. Next door to People's Bank, ,
Morning sermon: "The Making of best of water three lakes. Snap bargain sale
Lasting Friends." up-stairs. Acute and chronic ,

Evening Sermon, "Meal." diseases treated.Telephone PHONES 450-269
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. 578.
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Strangers and visitors cordially invited -
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to worship with us.
Seats free. Stationerythat is not Stationary CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF


The. ST.Rev.LUKE'S H. R. CATHEDRAL Remsen, priest-in- Ours is on the move becausewe '
constantly
charge. ORLANDO BANK a TRUST I COMPANY A \

The Fourth Holy Sunday Communion in Lent., 7:30 a. m. have what the public desires and at reas-

=r Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. onable prices.

Morning prayer, 10:30. Our stock is so varied that we can ,fur Orlando, Florida.
The Holy Communion and sermon,

11 a. m.Evening. prayer and sermon, 7:30. nish most anything you want in size, tint, At the Close of business March 4th, 1914, as called for by. the

The offering will be for the Church finish or weight. Just now we are selling a Comptroller of the State
Home and Hospital .
Lenten service, with brief address, great many boxes of Initial Correspondence RESOURCESLoans

at 5 p. m. daily except Saturday. The Jards. Unless your name begins with X, and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $392,700.86
litany, with special intercessions at
10 a. m. on Wednesday and Friday., we probably have your initial. The cards are Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,130.41

Stccks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
REV. FATHER BRESNAHAN TO fine cloth finish, with a gold initial. Come Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,437.37

PREACH SUNDAY NIGHTThe and see them. They are only 50c a box. We Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 335,709.30

Rev. P. J. Bresnahan, rectorof also have the initial paper to match the ,
All Souls' church, Sanford, will $781,996.27
preach the fourth sermon of the Sunday cards. LIABILITIES

night Lenten series in the 'Catholic Capital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00

church, Orlando, next Sunday W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 30,854.36

night. Father Bresnahan is a logical Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . .: . . 1,657.00
and forceful speaker.All The Arcade Book and Music Store
Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
are welcome to all services in

the Catholic' church. 11111tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'Grove

1 $781,996.27

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . :. . .,. . 521,167.38
Edward T. Poulson, D. D., ZELsund. .
pastor.Mr. Deposits on Feb 4,1914 . . . . . . . . . . 649,484.91
_
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent -
of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo.
W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. Increase in 60 days $128,317.53The
William S. Branch, Jr., organist.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classesfor officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust

day.all Let's ages.make 270 it present 300 this last Sunday.Sun- This Season's Best Bargain Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

Won't you be one? friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statementand

Worship in the auditorium at 10:45a. to express their appreciation of their patronage, that

m.charge.and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin S. H made such a statement possible.M. .

Morning subject, "The Cost of Our H..SMITH, PresidentW.
"
: Unbelief. M. DAVIS, Vice-President GEO. E. NOLAN, Cashier
Subject for the evening, 'Follow
ing the Christ. 55 acres fronting on OrlandoSanfordhard

Young People's meeting at 6:30p. road. In sight of and three minutes
m., in Tea and Rest Room, oppo-
site the church; Mr. Eugene Reid, walk from R. R. station, Postoffice-and ,
president Ever' Try Our Classified Ads NOTICE
Prayer and fellowship meeting on good hotel accommodations. m FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES _
Wednesday night. They have proven their worth many Notice is hereby given that the City
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Good music at all services. At- Price $15 Per Acre times and will be just as valuable to of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
tentive ushers. All seats free. We OPTICAL REPAIRING you if put to the test. Let them be 1915, pay off with interest to that
i cordially invite you to worship with your agent in: date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
x us. It must be sold immediately. Renting a house, selling property oranything and 20, of the City of Orlando seven.
x on the market, finding lost er cent bonds, issued oly 1, 1892,
Olive oil and spices. We have the J articles, securing help or POSltOnsccording t* the provisions made for
11 in a thousand ways they can be used in said bonds.
best. 25 in the business. edemption
Tryus.
years profitably. Dated February 11, 1914-

McElroy Pharmacy. 314.3t hi R B mt Co1 W. T. E.WRlCAN121m CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.

Buy your garden seed from DeLa DR. L H. RAMSDELL Painter and interior decorator. New
ney & Abernethy. Just received a ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. U1 T. ENTRICAN,
big shipment of fresh seed. 313tfWarman OPTOMETRIST Expert workmen employed. n.
Phone 504 Watkins Block
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Rtj (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini) of workmanship in the painting and
Repairs and Retires ,Baby illlMMMIIMMMMIMilllliHMIilillliifr* N o w'oS.e. time to subscribe. Every decorating trade. Phone 686.
2 Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf ORLANDO, -. FLORIDA body's doin' It. 1-21-lm '

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INCREASED PRODUCTION OF PIG I CATS AND HENS BY PARCEL' fully without a pandering word to MIIIIIMIMIIMMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIillllMIIHnilllll '
\ CNAMFSTLTSCLNDM.[
IRON IN UNITED STATES POST give offense. The story is the regent i
eration of a man through the less of : March 21st
Of ROCHETTE TRIAL t Saturday ; j
Washington, March 20Special.; ( ) the regulations say, but Bill :McLeanat a woman whom he has bought-one : ,
-Pig iron production in the United the postoffice knows that the reg- finds his mentally indolent and ele-
States exceeded in 1913 the combined ulations don't always regulate. A mentary acquaintance deep in intri- --
Ex-Minister: Monis Takes the Standto
output of the United Kingdom and few days ago the parcel post clerk cate discussion of its psychology, its
Tell What lie Knowsof Germany by more than three million I was checking up his packages when social problems, or the accuracy of Special Sale in Linen Handkerchiefs
Case tons, according to statistics of the he heard a scratching inside a box its motives. After the sacrifice is

ten year period beginning with 1903,I and a suppressed "meow." He made why does she permit the iron and Long Kid Gloves30c
Paris, March 20.-Ernest Monis, made public today by the bureau of'' opened the box and a cat jumped out. casuistry of her Covenanter ancestryto

former premier of France, appeared foreign .and domestic commerce. There was a scramble, about the office interfere with her prospects of future .
Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c
today before the investigating com- Exports of iron and steel' manu- and finally the animal was capturedand happiness to bind her to her

mittee of the chamber of deputies to facturers from the United States' a boy was given the box and put husband's visible regeneration? Why, 25c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 20c
explain his part in the scandal con- have increased more rapidly in the' the when she sees in him the hateful
on a bicycle to deliver package.In
20c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at 15c
. . . . . .
nected with the delay in the trial of decade than those of Germany or the turning a corner the box slipped image of the human beast, does she

Henri Rochette, who was said to have United Kingdom.The from his hand and the cat jumpedout not consider her bargain broken- loc Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . lOc

swindled the French public out of pig iron production of the again, and there was a merry and herself free to go back to her 50c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at. . . . . . . 40c
many millions. United States increased from 18 million chase, and after much ado the cat people. These and a score of other
35c Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . . 25c
Jean Jaures, the Socialist leader, tons in 1903 to 30 million tons was again captured and eventually questions are asked and answered by

presided over the committee. He requested in 1912, and that of Germany from delivered to consignee. The next daya the most automatic of amusement 30c Men's Initial Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 20c
Monis to tell in his own way 10 to 121-2 million; while that of the hen was among the parcels, and seekers to the approximate disregardof
what had happened in the affair. United Kingdom remained practically Biddy made her present known in a the m6re obvious and easy and 25c Children's Handkerchiefs at loc per box or 5c each

Monis said: stationary at about 9 million tons per quiet and dignified manner. The par- melodramatic features of the play. KID GLOVES
"Joseph Caillaux, then minister of annum during the decade. cels were brought in from the rural :I One must see and pledge for
finance, called me early in onesself. To introduce a
upon company
routes by the carriers. $3.50 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.98
March, 1911, and mentioned the approaching SITES FOR POSTOFFICE AT KEY capable of producing the above won-

trial of Henri Rochette.He WEST derful play, ladies will be admit- $3.00 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25
"THE PRICE WOMEN PAY."
said that one of the lawyers desired ted free on Monday night if accom- $2.75 Gloves at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.98
the postponement of the pro- Key West, March 20.-Telegrams panied by the holder of a paid 50
ceedings. Caillaux added that owingto received in this city state that the Is the play selected by the Peruchi cent ticket and reserved before 6 p.
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the financial situation the plead- first choice of the United States Gypzene Co. to open their engage- m. Monday. '---

ings likely to be made at the trial treasury department for the proposed ment of one week at the ,opera house,
would cause losses to the savings I postoffice.building in Key West has I Monday, March 23. "The Price Wo- I A JUVENILE PARTY MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

banks and would affect public loans. been named, also second choice, and men Pay" is a fine full-blooded pulsating (I The Ladies'Aid Society of the :I.E.
No political interest wasmentioned."Now / i those sites which have received favor- play-wire. In the conflict is church invite you to their birthday

as to Victor Fabre, the pub- able mention. I that of character, as well as in material three party to on six Thursday o'clock,,March at the 26th residenceof from Agents for Barclay Corsets

lic prosecutor. He had called upon First choice is the site offered on I incident-an effective combination Mrs. J. P. Musselwhite, on East
me four or five times during my pre- Carolina and Simonton streets, em of psychological study and es- Lake Eola. A silver- offering. All McCall's Patterns
miership to to sential melodrama-the introduction i cordially invited. 3-19-6t
} report me on various bracing property of the following
matters. On this occasion I inquired owners: Charles Curtis, George L of its theme is bold. It's develop- HHtHIIIMIIMMMillllMtttltMIMMIIMMIIMtti

whether on account of the financial Bartrum, S. C. Bott, E. J. Orapian, J.I ment unflinching, but its simplicity is down Don't in the let summer.your winter I will home guarantee run-

situation the trial could be deferred."M. A. Waddell estate and Mousalratge. so unquestionable that even to those to keep it in tip-top shape so
Faire replied that to send the Second choice is the property atgala's. whose. gentle souls squirm at its 'actuality you will find it as you left it when
Rochette affair back to the investi- corner, Fleming and, Eliza may find in it no suggestion you return. Make it a point to writeor
gating judge would not affect the beth streets, embracing the propertyof of evil for the sake of evil. The see me WERNER at once. F. NEHRLING. Louisville $ Nashville R. R.

trial itself, but would be evilly inter- Henry Curry. situation is stated frankly and truth- 3-19-6t
preted by public opinion. I remarked Sites favorably mentioned were the OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO

that, that was a question for the pre Masonic Temple site and the Haskin iMIimitltlMMmillllltlllllHIIMMtiiMIMMfr CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
siding judge of the court to dispose property. ; INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,

of. MagazinesWeeldy GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
"No pressure whatever was placed NOTICE TO REGULAR MEMBERS
upon M. Fabre He left me in an am! & SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.
iable mood and stood outside OF ROSALIND MonthlyWe Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
my room ............ '
Ar. Knoxville .12:88 R R Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
talking with my son for twenty min would like to call your attention that we now Ar. Lexington .............. 6:41 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
The committee in charge of the invitations ..............
Cincinnati 8:50
Ar. pm Ar. Nashville .............. 7:40
utes, during which time he expressedthe for the birthday party to beheld carry a large assortment of Magazines and Newspapers. Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville. ............. 1:35 pm am
esteem and admiration he had for Get in the habit of buying Weekly and Ar. Detroit ;................ 7:45 am Ar. St Louis 7:40 am
at the Rosalind club on March your Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago .:::::::::::::: 9.38 .am
me. Monthly Magazines from us. Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
The police and 27th, is greatly inconvenienced by the :t Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
military authoritiestook failure of many members to respond Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am
DeLANEY & ABERNETHY t
precautions today to prevent any to the cards issued days DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pmt
disturbances during the some ago, The fastest train to the West Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
funeral of and earnestly requests that all those (Next Door to the IOc Store.) 1 Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ..........,12:00 n'n
Gaston Calmette. Along the route Ar. St Louis ...:....,..... 2:50 pn) Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
of the procession police were sta who have not done so will send their ..1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,1111111111111111111111111111 Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50f1
acceptances or regrets immediately,
tioned
to suppress any demonstra as it is imperative that the committee MMIIMIIMMIMMIMMMMMMMIIIIIIMHilllitt* Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners. N. Better
tion.The know the names of those who will be Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast N, Dost rDirt

gap in the French cabinet in attendance, in order to arrange I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train, with dining cars.
caused by the resignation of Ernest coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland
Morris from the seating room at the supper tables. and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mendays and Thursdays. Direct -
ministry of marine This notice applies to regular members connections to Toledo. Detroit PitUbarg, Buffalo.
was filled today by the appointmentof DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
"' only, and not to season mem with coaches dining can, drawing room compartment and observation sleep.
,Senator .Armand. -Elzear Gauthier, bers. 3-21-2t \ ORLANDO I er through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited over 6 hours fastest and only one
night outMONTGOMERY
a former minister of
public works. ROUTE haa deepen through to St. Louis daily, and con-
Premier Doumergue, who had been necting sleepers to Chicago.

much disturbed by the withdrawal of TAFT NEWS For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.

Joseph Caillaux after Mme. Caillauxhad C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway,
Taft, Fla., March 19.-C. H. Nelson 134 West Street Jacksonville
assassinated
Gaston Calmette, Water & Light Co. Bay ,
specially requested Senator Gauthier, and R. K. Harriman journeyed to 2-26-eo4-2m
member'of Orlando last Saturday.Mrs. .
a the
same political ,
group E. H. Osgood and Miss Pau-
to assist him.
M. Monis resigned .
line Dome, of Philadelphia, arrivedin -- -
owing to allegations of his having, I
Taft last _
when Saturday. They have
premier, brought influence to ElectricityGas
bear to postpone the trial of Henri been making a general sightseeing r
Rochette tour of Rorida-Fort Myers, Lake
on charges of extensive
frauds. Okeechobee, etc. While here they Hammond Gore

were the guests of Mr. R. K. Harri- Water Ice

IZZY TALKS OX man, with Mrs. Helen Dennis. They
CLUBSMr.
left on Monday for Winter Garden, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

Editor-I and later will return to 'their homes
haven't
you for a lengthy while back wrote, but to I I in Philadelphia. They are very much Office---No. J8 West Central Ave. VALUES LOW PRICES
pleased with Florida in and
general
what
ought to be done and ,,
care
: Taft in particular.Mrs. / COMAARE
been thinkin
a about all these .dings
of and you can bet your bottom dollar Chenoworth, Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs.

that Izzy is up to date and a wishin -- Moon and I. H. Paige: were at Winter Telephone No. 6It.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII..I.I..I..I. OUR FURNITURE s sWe
well for Orlando. I see somethin Home, on Sand Lake, yesterday.I. .
H. Paige is spending the day in
in your paper tellin about buildin a provide the quality furniture that has long
club house that could be used for Orlando, today. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
tourists to set down in and I want to B. Beacham and Mr. Robinson, of standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
Mr. Ferris Orlando, were in town last evening. it otherwise. We can't make
say that we sure do needa wouldn't be here were
dub house. Howsomever, I don't this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
want no one-room affair. I want a MUSIC AS CURE FOR INSANITY this business, and that means much to any buyer.

good house or not any at all, one with WILL GET TEST

rooms for meetin places and all con- .. . .. . .1111111111111111111111111.11111111111111111. McNEiiAv BLOCK
venient like. I belong to this here Kankakee, Ill., March 19.-Music as ,

Civic League and one or two other a cure for insanity is to have a more Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Ha.
clubs so I think as how I've extended test in the Eastern Illinois
got some :
J
right to be a talkin. Some of these state hospital for the insane than has ORLANDO O a WASHINGTON -
clubs aint much good nohow. What's ever before been attempted in Illinois - _ __

the use o' meetin every week and a institutions. The plan is an advance 0

talkin about bridges like a lot of wo in previous music cures in I
men do. ? Appears to me like too which the patients were merely lis i DRAWING ROOM We are the Peoplethat
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many is a spenam their time about a teners. intended that the pa-
bridge. I aint heard just where its a tients shall be the musicians. SLEEPING CARVIA

goin to be unless they build a akwe- Instruction and coaching in music

duck, on Kuhl avenue over the sand i I will be given and patients who are have made good Why? Be-

and humps that jerks your back out capable will be encouraged to undertake -
of joint when you're a ridin in your the teaching of less advanced I cause experience has taught us how to

automobile. I'm always in for im- students. TLNT1C COAST T LINE[
provin the town, a buildin club houses make formulas that suit all conditionsfor i
to I 96,000.OUT OF WORK IN NEW
says my man says, give as much
and makin things comfortable. !fl[ YORK CITY both orange trees and vegetables.
as you can to keep your town a grow- OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.
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in, cause we've got the prettiest and New York, March 19.-Ninety-six '
homelikest town in the hull South.I thousand men are but of work in New

am a watchin that park down on, York city, according to reports madeto No is t e time fertilize
Lake Eola, but it don't get along like i Mayor Mitchel by the police cap- Tuedais J and n SatuflaisFOR J

I want it should. I want to see plantsset tains of every precinct in the five ,
out all ready for leavin out when boroaehs. A large share of these are

the rains begin, so's they can do some said to be seasonal workers and the RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON .i A
growin through the summer. Whenit statements also include men em-
O'NEAL Ticket Agent Telephone 71. The Southern Fertilizer Co.
comes to improvin and adornin you ployed at the transient trades. The W. R. City ,
can count on report is held to contradict some W. D' WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.

Yours truly, statements that have placed the num- ORLANDO, FLA. Orlando PIONES: Office3, PtartJl Florida

IZZY BUTTIN. ber of unemployed here as high as!' George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. -- --- -

300,000. G.Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Subscribe for the Sentinel. .j
on Court street 12-5-t Try the Sentinel Job Department .iMIMMIMIMMMMIMMIIIIIIMHIIIMMMfM,

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SIDELIGHTSBy AX EXPLANATIONTime I books, and in other respects he has as
THE DAILY .
is a great softener. Editor much rgiht to aspire to attain polit-
South Florida Sentinel Frank Harris was formerly one of ical honors as anyone else.
i ( W. S. Branch) Claude L'Engle's most unrelenting
x We think that he is given this right

MORNING AND Editor WEEKLY and Owner. We haven't very much sympathyfor critics.Claude Now, and this even paper Fred frequentlylauds DeBerry,I I under our form of government, as it Dickson-Ives CO.

JOSIAH FERRIS.- -- ---- a man who will wear a $350 dia- too. What matter, pop?Orlando Ii i is a government "of the people, for
Orlando. Florida mond scarf pin while traveling on a Sentinel. : the people and by the people." Colonel -
k Entered at the postoffice at i
is
simple
k u Stond Class Mail Matter. train and .mixing with the "madding I Well, the explanation !i J. Fred is a part of the people
t, crowd" in wicked Jacksonville. There enough. It is because Claude has the
in
:! and has the right to a seat
TO ADVERTISERS: fore, we are not wasting any sym- done something really meritorious. congress if he can muster up votes

Copy for display and all other hand-let pathy oh Mr. Halderman, of Ohio, I He has introduced a bill in congress,i:i enough to place him there, and when

' office advertising of the must Sentinel be handed not later in at than the business 2 p. m. who lost his shiner as he was leaving j the object of which is not to tickle he gets there,tif he does not do any- DEPARTMENTAL ST Rfrlanuo'

the day before publication. This rule applies the train on Tuesday. If he ever the ears of the galleries, but is to thing he will have done as much as r
to channel for contract advertising; it U : to the flagrant inequalitiesin I
gets another pin of equal value he put a stop who have filled
invariable and nifl be strictly adhered to. a great many space
will know how to take care of it. I our freight rates and if the bill becomes -I in that august tribunal.-Ocala Ban-
a law it will be of inestimable i I
a SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I I ner. favorite
President Wilson and the Times benefit to the entire southern section I s Shopping
c One Year .....................$5.00 other
Union the coastwise ships should by putting it on a parity with I
Six Months ....... ............ 2.50 say I Good Attractions This Week.
the toll as other ships and j i sections of the country. ;,
......... 1.25 pay same
Three Months ...... I Co. at the
J. B. Foraker and Frank Clark say I In a bill of this sort there is no I The Peruchi-Gypzene ,
In Advance. and it does its !Imperial this week are playing to PLACE
they should not. Possibly the only play to the galleries 'good houses and will continue to the
way to settle the momentous question I author infinite honor, and if it can I same business all week for the people

SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1914. will be to leave it to Rube Allyn or be enacted into law his name will occupy .I here know that this company will give
C.heerful( ) H.onest) B.ombastic) I a wonderfully high place in the them something good. Besides Mr.
-- I who
Peruchi and Mabel Gypzene, are
annals of .
t. Floyd of Apalachicola. history.As ,
to the standard of the
II always
Brer Holly of the Sanford Heraldis to Colonel J. Fred, he has recently -, company up is further strengthened by } I! '

most inconsistent. He says there Although he lost his left arm and become one of the editorial Eduord D'Oize and Mrs. D'Oize, who

:.. is no reason for Jacksonville getting leg and his right hand several years : fold, and his little publication-The are too well known in Sanford to need *;
the lion's share of all the appropriations ,any introduction and also Ed Lawrence -
. automobilist drives Arrow-is tipped with so much
California ; J"e
ago, a I : the Silver King, who has beena (
: bottling up freight rates and his car daily with an ingenius attachment i brightness that it is shown that he 1 1I favorite here for many years. The

I gobbling up the offices, yet he is ardently from his right wrist and I should all along have been occupying'!.\balance of the players are all good ': I .::2J

advocating the election of foot. The only trouble with the Or- I a place on a tripod instead of on a.\and won a place in the hearts of the I
I t' bill
people last night in the opening ,
& Jacksonville statesmen.
lando drivers is that they seem to plant stool. j'."The White Sister, one of the strongest I
0 have lost their eyesight and can not And in this connection this paper I plays that has been shown here

: Once in a while Charles Dougherty see their speedometer when they desires to say that it is not in sym- this season.
: comes out of the silences of Volusia start north on Orange avenue. I pathy with the thrusts that have been Tonight will be "The Devil"be assured and all of
the week the public can
;. county to set some erring wayfarer * I hurled at Colonel J. Fred, because something rich in the amusement line 1 +

' right, and then he is swallowed up The Royal Fusilliers, a Welch mil- dealing in musical instruments} he at popular prices of admission.Sanford ,

|| again to be heard of no' more for a itary organization, have just returnedto has the assumption to run for con- Record.At the Orlando. Opera House Mon- + 1 a I

long season. Hid away in an obscure their headquarters after a tour gress.It day night. ., vr ,
t corner of the' Times-Union ax around the world which lasted 171-2 seems to us other things being The opening play The Price Women + 4

few days ago was a card from the years. They left their home camp- equal, that dealing in musical instru- Pay." All ladies will be ad-

t. Honorable Charles which deserves ing grounds in July, 1896, and have ments is just as legitimate as plow- mitted free on the opening night, if
the holder of a fif-
better notice. It had to do with the recently got back home to see the ing, splitting rails, tailoring clothes, ty accompanied cent ticket by, reserved before six

1 speech of Senator Borah on the suf- folks. It is hoped that none of the editing newspapers or handling law o'clock, p. m.
:- frage question in which he criticised wives kept the table waiting for themto

;, the election laws of the Southern come home to supper.
MttMIIIIHIIimiMIMMMMIMMMIilMillilllHCash
that the *
States. Mr. Dougherty says
United States senate is "august" in There is a decided shortage in the .

at least one sense, that being the prune crop of California which must to Loan on

: "august" ignorance of some of its necessarily make prices higher. Thoseof
members. lie calls attention to the I us with limited incomes may be WE ARE FLATTERED-EXTREMELY SO

; fact that the negro is disfranchised' compelled to eat fresh strawberries. City PropertyReal of
The attendance of the First day our opening
*
;
in Florida only by his own worthlessness -
the hun-
pleased us as much as our new store pleased
and shiftlessness. The law sim- The big machinery palace for the
is and dreds who came, saw and bought.We .
ply requires registration and the pay- Panama Exposition completed

ment of poll tax, and the negro does is said to be the largest wooden Estate bought and sold have consistently felt that the people of Or-

R not vote because he does not comply building ever constructed. It is 968 lando would respond readily to anything arranged for

{ with these requirements. feet long, S68 feet wide and 136 feet for cash commission. their instruction. And we are more than gratified to
in height. Every preparation ,goes or on comment on the remarkable interest shown by them in
-
to show that the exposition will -be the opening of our new store. '
President Wilson turned himself
far and the biggest and fines
s loose Friday night at a meeting of away Directly and indirectly we heard many pretty en-
that has ever been held in any coun-
the press club in Washington and told try. And this notwithstanding th Dr. A.. J. TAYLOR dorsements of our efforts to provide a store that would
the how it felt
newspaper men just fact that England has refused tcJ serve its patrons expeditiously and efficiently.
to be president, and how difficult it
was for him to believe that he was make any exhibit. We will show thos Rock Building, Up-stairs. Throughout the whole of the first day of our open-
penurious Englishmen what we car; who attended unrestricted in
ing the hundreds were
the kind of cold and emotionless individual MMMMUMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIi
that he is represented. The do without them. L_ their praise of everything. We say again that we are

l president said that he had a hard flattered and thank you sincerely for this evidence of
If Vice-President Marshall goes tc will continue with
merit un-
To
appreciation. more we ,
r time in trying to conceal his emotions -
R. L. FOX
in Fort Myers to attend the meeting oj ; A. Y. FULLER abated energy to provide you with the choicest that
i and that he was fact quite
'the association he should certainly -
press the market affords.
the reverse of emotionless. In ad-
be invited to stop for a shor AUTO COREO
PALMS
mitting so much to newspaper men, I! time in Orlando. Mr. Schumann ant THE As a fair evidence of our policy in this respect at-
President Wilson demonstrated the tention is directed to the completeness of the various departments
Mayor Sperry should take the initiative -
truth of his remarks. With all other action. MOTOR CARS devoted to ready-to-wear-garments for men,

men he restrains himself, but with M women and children. Chic Spring Millinery, dress ac-

the news writers he is frank and NOTICE For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a cessories for men, quality shoes. Every item in these,
free. It is an indirect compliment to as in all the other stocks is of fashion-foremost char-
the craft that the president did this. An which Ordinance can not relative be produced to replacing for delmquen receipt! full stock of supplies and accessories. Havea, good force acter.

President Taft did practically the Be city it taxes.Ordained by the City Council of thE of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely The store again invites you-its' appeal is based on
same thing about one year after he City of Orlando:
Style Quality and uniform courtesy-if you have not
who has los ,
Section 1. That any person
had been in the office. The broad
or mislaid or otherwise can not produce th,< guaranteed. already attended do so tomorrow-you will feel well re-
i humanity of both was revealed in City Solicitor's original receipt for any delinquent -
city taxes paid into his office ma;] pain in a thousand little ways.
these speeches. The ex-president will require the City Solicitor to grant him a certificate .
; retain the respect and confidence of showing the payment and the date oj r
payment of such taxes provided that th i
= the public always. lie was not a City Solicitor shall collect for such certificate THE PALMS AUTO CO
the sum of fifty cents for each original receipt r
strong executive but he is not a weak
so sought to be replaced, which fee hi IN CHILDREN'S WEAR
;. man. He was simple and honest shall pay into the city treasury for the usi -
enough to confess that he didn't like of the city.Adopted .March 20th 1914. FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. We have an assortment of street and little social functions ',

the job of being president. The con- E. F. SPERRY. Mayor. ready-to-wear things designed Style is apparent in all of '
Attest "aaa
: '
fession of President Wilson is in the CARL JANSEN City Clerk. 3-22-: .. tr along conservative lines. It inthem..

i ultimate of like character. Constant includes frocks for the school,'

4 repression of the inner self may not
SPRING THINGS FOR MENWe
be considered pleasing, though it may .

be necessary in acceptably filling the M have the brilliantlyhued ture-all kinds of it. Shirts-

post of chief executive. . and the sombre in neckwear, thousands of them in all the
-
o :: ... head gear of the correct block. accepted shirtings; collars ga
The Lakeland Telegram says the ;';/ -Stiff and Soft. Underwear of lore-and the correct things in

Florida papers should begin to agi- seasonable and hygienic texsox.. Dress clothes, too.-

tate the question of a Florida exhibitat Are You Invitedto
the Panama-Pacific exposition to \ A SPLENDID SHOWING OF SPRING MILLINERY \ \

be held at San Francisco in 1915.
The Sentinel is of like opinion, and a wedding, an anniversary I or some social affair wherea This Millinery is proof condidly and fashionably shaped '

has done the only agitating on the gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure clusive that an attractive hat and trimmed and yield nothingcan

subject appearing heretofore. AVe you will be interested in our display of the newest and be produced at a sane price to the more important imp or-
are glad to see the Telegram chimein -it is simply a matter of actations abroad in the distinc-

and hope other papers will also most artistic designs inCUT cepting a reasonable, instead tion they impart to the wearer.

get busy. It would be preferable to of an extortionate profit. The assortment is a very large

have an exhibit representative of the GLASS Our Spring hats are splen one.

entire state, but if the western coun-

ties fail to come in then the southern There are so many odd pieces and attractive sets

counties can raise money enough to'' here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving.
make a creditable display. An appropriation -
We are sure you can never find anything that would ,
of a thousand dollars Mail artrnent IM
r er e
from each of the peninsular counties be more'acceptable.T.H.Evans. ur

would give ample funds for a good

display, but no county should give
less than that amount. Money expended Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, makeuse

in this wise would be a good "
information
of it whenever you can. Samples or
investment, and the Sentinel is hear- .

tily in favor of it. There should bea cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

voluntary movement in each county .- r
of illustrated mail order cata-
Write for one our
:for the attainment of this object.

Captain French, of Sanford, is the logues. We invite comparison values.
commissioner appointed by the governor -

; to collect an exhibit, but his ap
pointment carried no appropriationwith the JewelerOPPOSITE

it, and as we understand it he ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
will have to do his own financing.This .

is no fair way to go about the
matter. A number of the counties POSTOFFICE

ought to come together, advance the ran e ve. rlan n

and let Capt. French
funds necessary
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
go about his task of collecting the A

exhibit with his mind free of finan- '. MM ''MiMlieMlllllllH

cial worry.

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That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who concludes AND SELLS I MR. AND MRS. HENRY ENTERTAIN "Get II Al I llen's"

that "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- FOR TIIEIR FRIENDSMr.

f REAL ESTATE
gme.
; and Mrs. James L. Henry en-
The best
No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, .Caramels tertained in their pretty home on
Daniels street Friday evening, the
Taffies, etc. guests of honor being 'Mr. and Mrs.

FRESH EVERY DAY. ii 11 400 acres within three ; ; Lewis Place, of East Haddane, Conn., WATCHESCLOCKS
on the occasion of their silver wed-
! miles of Kissimmee, two 1 .
ding. By a peculiar coincidence it

11 mile facing Orlando-Kis- was also the wedding anniversary of .
. Dr. and Mrs. L. Irons, of Illinois, who
simmee brick road, $20 ; ; the
were among guests.
KANOY
BUTT'S KITCHEN f fThe
per acre if sold within ! The parlors were tastefully deco-
' rated with ferns, Spanish moss and
'r 30 days. 3-i4.im | orange blossoms, while nasturtiums D JEWELRY D
home of pure home-made Candies, lent a brilliant note of color. A most

illtlltttttttttillllMitltMr. pleasing program of both vocal and

Orange Avenue instrumental music was rendered by 11 Etc.
and :Mrs. ,G. N. Patterson, of several of the guests. The refresh-
I Centralia, Ill., are among the guestsat ments, punch and cakes, were daintily

'.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllllli I the San Juan. served, the punch bowl being hidden You ever bought at the
within a mound of Spanish moss and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dening, of orange blossoms. U best price you ever
:Mr. R. P. Gill, of Jersey City, is New York city, are at the San Juan The guests departed at a late hour
among the late arrivals at the San III bought them.
for a' few days'.stay.Mr. .
WADE I I Juan. after a most enjoyable evening, yet 1ii
THE TUNER with a feeling of sadness, knowingthat
I I, '- and Mrs. M. Lester Hyatt, of within a few days they would all
ORLANDO, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort went downto Newark, Conn., arrived in Orlando be scattered to their homes in six ii
"Get
t I I ,Tampa last night and will .return yesterday and are located at the San I different states. II Al I Allen's"V
with
today Mr. and Mrs. Crook in
Juan for some little while. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Carl H. Crippendorf, of Cincinnati their large touring car. Lewis Place, Dr. and Mrs. L. Irons, .

arrived last night for a visit Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rockwell andC. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brokaw, Mr.
to his friend, Mr. Robert Cohoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bumby haveas Sauppener, arrived in Orlando yes- I Wm. Beckholt, Mrs. T. L Bier, Mr. ---a
their guest their aunt, Mrs. Urban terday and registered from Bristol, ,and Mrs. Wm. DeWitt, and their V 0
Spink, of Indianapolis, and also Mrs.Bumby's .
Mr. B. G. Benson, who is connected -: Tenn., for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. daughter, Miss Thelma Grace DeWitt.
father, :Mr. Elbert E. Jen-
with the Grand theater, left yesterday -i kins.
for Palatka to meet his father,:. Clarence Brown, of Nobles- MRS. :MERLE McELROY HOSTESSFOR
Mr. E. A. Benson. ville, Ind., is visiting in Orlando. He NULLOS CLUB
:Mr. C. W. Ward, of Kissimmee, 11:11 leD
I brought his family to Florida several
motored to Orlando yesterday and ICIOI II
weeks the entire
ago, making lengthof Merle enter-
Mr. and Mrs. B.:F. of Sanford time Mrs. McElroy prettily
Coney, spent some here. Mr. Ward is I
.1 the trip in an automobile. He is club addI
in the the of of the tained the Nullos yesterday,
Osceola
,
are city guests I one capital's foremost '
enthusiastic about Orlando, and will
Miss Hattie Belle Hyer. They will*citizens. ing a guest table to the two of regular :HMilMlliillMlltltliMMMMmiillilMIIMIIIMM'I
probably make some investmentshere. I
leave for Tampa today.Mr. players.A
I dainty hand embroidered towel, :
Mr. W. L. Dolive went up to Jack
the prize, was awarded to Miss' :
guest
B. W. Pinch, of Battle Creek, Mr.sonville J. Carney yesterday Dolive to,visit who his is son, "The Frou-Frou" is the title of a Emily Miller, the high score for the : have money to loan on improved ;
Mich., was in the city today. He has man- motion picture play billed to be exhibited club being won by Mrs. Sylvan McI I
for the Postal
just thousand of ager Telegraph com- at the Lucerne
purchased one acres Monday night. Elroy.A :
in that
land in this vicinity and will colonize pany city. It is well to go and see what the three course luncheon was :

it. I= Mr. Stylord Dormitz, the clever Frou-Frou is like. served, and the affair was most en- : I city property.
Next Saturday the meetingwill I
representative of the Swigart Watch joyable.
Mr. Nixon Butt, an old Orlando REV. DR. TUPPER LECTURES AT be held at the home of Mrs. :
and Optical company, Toledo, Ohio,
boy, is in town visiting relatives. Mr. in BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sylvan McElroy. :
spent yesterday Orlando in the interest -
Butt is for the Gulf Refin- I
traveling II -
of his firm.
I
ing company, with headquarters in Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper deliv- CARD OF THANKSWe I s. rwA.. :-
thank those
Jacksonville.Mrs. wish to publicly :
ered his lecture on "A Saloonless Na-
Misses Nell Thomas Thelma '
Ham- friends who contributed to make our I
mond, Catherine tion in 1920" at the Baptist church such the I
Cowdery, and Mr. opening a huge success by
A. C. Kraetzer, of Brooklyn, George Dolive, chaperoned by Mrs. E. last night to an audience that crowded gift of flowers and the loaning of : Phone 172MlimiHlltltiitltltttMIIIIMHimitltttllllltf
is visiting her sister, Miss Sophie A. Thomas, left yesterday afternoonfor the auditorium of the building.Dr. plants. The. kindness. was deeply apjreciated. I

Bauskett, who is a teacher in the Daytona Beach to spend the week- Tupper's argument was one of irresistible 3-23-lt DICKSON-IVES CO. :I
Orlando public schools, at Mrs. Berry's end. force against the liquor

on Main street. evil, which found warm response with TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY + .
-' -
Mr. B. Beacham, Jr., arrived yes- his hearers. There was no chargefor -

Mrs. M. T. Brown and daughter, terday from Charlottesville, where] admission but an offering was WANTED-White girl to do general : MtlMMIiMltMtMilliliMMtMMMIIMIHIiiilHFresh
Miss G. Brown, who have been visit- he is attending the University of Vir- taken for the pipe organ fund. house work and nursing. AddressJ. I
L. D., Care Sentinel. 3-22-2t
ing with Mr. and Mrs. S. Dowell, on ginia, to spend the Easter holidays :I TomatoesWe

East church street, left yesterday for with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brax- MENDELSSOHN CLUB WILL WANTED-White woman to assist :
Jacksonville, where they will sail on ton Beacham.Mr. PLAY THE MIKADOAt in doing general house work and I
the Lenape today for their home in I nursing. Can furnish room if deI I receive a shipment of the best

New York. I F. August Graichen, of Win- of the offi- sired. Elderly woman preferred. Ad- :
; special meeting
a
I variety day.Sweet.
dress J. L. D., Care Sentinel 3-22-2t I every
chester, Va., was in the city yesterday cers and directors of the MendelssohnClub
Mr. H. Siewert,'of Kalamazoo, who!I calling on the trade. His firm is last night it was decided to at Ladies who desire correspondence I I
is one of the organizers of the Lake-'I the maker of the glove that bears his once proceed with rehearsal of Gil- with gentlemen of wealth and refine- : Potatoes
view Heights company which recently''I name. He has many acquaintanceshere bert & Sullivan's operetta, "The Mi- ment send your description and adrhpcs ,
bought the iron bridge tract of land'I who him cordial to the Metropolitan Exchange, Famous Hall
gave a
greeting. kado. There is no doubt of this be- Orlando, Fla. There is no publicity : Nancy variety.
from Mr. S. S. Griffin, is well
so i ing a great success. The uncompleted and no tee for ladies. 3-22-l\vk. '
pleased with this section that he isj+I I :Mr. John C. Trice, of Tallahassee, report of the finance committee -
'going to return with his family next i;, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Trice showed a good balance as the net 25 years' experience in buying and : George Washington CoffeeWe

season and spend quite a while. It is i j j is one of the best known newspaper proceeds of the concert given last selling seeds. Our seeds are good.
entirely likely that Mr. Siewert will J! man in Florida, having been the editor Thursday, the "Martyr of Antioch." McElroy Pharmacy. 3-19-3t have it in both largeor

become a permanent resident. He i!i and publisher of several publica- Next rehearsal of club will be on small cans.

and all other good people will find a J I tions. During the last session of the Tuesday, March 31. New members SEED! SEED! SEED!

cordial welcome in Orange, county. legislature he was the legislative cor- must enroll at once to take part in Garden and field seed. DeLaney & .
Ij respondent of the Times-Union, renewing the "Mikado." Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO his fame for clean and creditable -
THE SANITARY GROCERY
Chiropodist for both men and wo. work during the period. Eat what you want Eat what you want.
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and I I Eat all you want. Eat all you want.
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. Take a postscript and forget it.
Take and forget it. &
a postscript CARUTHERS GOREPhone
Warman Repairs and Retires For sale all durggists.
Baby by
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over:f For sale by all druggists.;
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm i L Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf l-T-d&w-lyr l-7-d&w-lyr
200' 6 & 8 E Pine Street .

Read Sentinel want ads.OSTEOPATHY.
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CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

The Lucerne Monday"Frou "'IIIIIIIIIII IIIIII'IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII"I'II'1t
DR. J. C .HOWELL

Hours, 1012, 3-5, and by appointment
No extra charge for house treatment
Telephone connections
SPECIALFord
Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.

.
Frou," a Thanhouser production of AugustiDaly's LUTHER THE FLORISTCut TouringCar fully equippedas

well known play, featuring Miss Maude Fealyt late Flowers good as new

Star of The Legend of Provence. Complete in four reels. ROSES, VIOLETS,

CARNATIONS, PANSIES, $350.00

"The Informer," another two reel Domino, a good one. POTTED PLANTS I

"Kid Auto Four passenger Cadillac ready to
Races at Venice, and "Olives and Oil. Thisis

Good Wood - $1.50 run $350.00.San .
a Keystone comedy. Come and laugh some more. ,

Better Wood $2 and $2.25

prices Two of admission.hours of pictures and good ones at the regular ; Best Wood 2.50 and $2.75 Juan Garage Co.

This won't last long,

Stock up while you can. I All Night ServiceAJAX


Admission First Floor: Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents Orlando Wood Yard
TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-

104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.
I Balcony: 5 Cents
B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor
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MISS RANKIN DOING GREAT BARON'S ASHES BY PARCEL FOR SALE-Fine large horse, hand-I MMIMMMIMMMIIiltllllMHtiMtMIHilllltremf'

f e WORK IN MONTANA I POST'TO GERMANYNew PEOPLE'STANTS' some and perfectly safe for any
one to drive; fearless of all objectson
( road. Can be seen at 408 Lucerne I
!
Miss Jeannett Rankin, who assisted MUNNIMAKERSNotices
York March 19.-The ashesof Circle, Orlando. 3-19-3t
,
in the campaign waged before the i of Lost. Wanted For Sale Far FOR SALE-One minute picture
Baron Carl who
last Florida legislature for an equal Gromadzinsky, ,i Kent, etc, for this coIw n, 25c for one day camera. For the small sum of $5 & TRAN rBR CO1
died at New Rochelle a month ago, flOc for three days, or f LOO for one week, for the outfit is
suffrage amendment to the con:titu- wtrda or leu. Money most accompany yours. Cost me new $35.
tion, is now in Montana, and many in were shipped today by parcel post to I the advertisements for this column, as BO Write R. G. White, Winter Park, Fla. 1 1
his old home in Germany. I insertions will be made on credit 3-20-3t .
Florida who met her will be interested -
Th;: package, weighing eight FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one WANTED-To rent, by the year, ORLANDO FLORIDA
to read the following from the ,
pounds, cost $1.05 to send and was acre in bearing orange grove; six cottage of six or seven rooms; must
Woman's Journal in regard to her: acres cleared; part of land suitablefor be close in and rent reasonable. Address -
i Congressman Tom Stout of Montana addressed to Baron Sondermann at gardening and trucking; located J. L. D., Sentinel. 2-17-2wks OFFICE SAN GARAGE PHONE 174
believes woman suffrage will Samter, Posen, for burial in an an- half mile from city limits on public FOR REm JUAN
i cestral vault. road. Bargain. Address M. C. B.,
win in that state. As a member of
care Box 431, city. 3-10-tf FOR RENT
Exceptionally well fur-
the Montana senate, he introduced W. T. ENTRICAN, FOR RENT-OR-SALE-Good house, nished bungalow. Immediate pos- 1 11REGULAR I I 1t I
n the resolution providing for the submission : I I garden and farm land, on Conway ession. Everything necessary for
I of the suffrage amendmentto clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. convenient housekeeping. Reasonablerent.
Makes a specialty of painting, paper-I I 3-20-lm-d&w_ Phone 401, or 239, or call a
the voters.
ing, refinishing floors, ,
FOR RENT-5-room house, partly 514 South Lake street. 3-15-lw
work in Phone 636. 1-21-lm I
y "My congress prevents me furnished. See Frank Soper, Room
from taking as much interest in the 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t WANTED-Any variety of sweet
potato plants. Will contract at 75c
campaign as I would if I were in FOR SALE FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand per thousand until June 1st. Fred M. 6 6i I
Montana," he said the other day to a 20 acres located three miles from unimproved land. See S. S. Preston, Pine Castle, Fla.
member of the congressional committee city on proposed brick road; eight Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm i 320d&wtfFOR
acres bearing grove; two acres I
"but it looks to me. as if the cleared and ten acres timber; four FOR SALE-Ford runabout; bargainif RENT-Large attractive room
amendment would calT). The labor room cottage. Price $3,500. taken at once. Address Box 594, in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
organizations and workingmen are 25 acres four miles from city; ten city. 3-13-lw I 2-4 tf FREIGHT SCHEDULE BETWEEN

generally favorable, and although a acres in and grove two, four hundred hundred three-year-bearing FOR SALE-Sour oranges, seed for FOR RENT-Cheap, from April 1st

'wet' and. 'dry' fight has developed, orange old grapefruit trees; twelve acres I planting. $1 per bbl. Addie Kim- I cottage, 15 East Amelia avenue. Orlando and Sanford and Intervening

there is a prospect that the good fruit land and three acres garden brough, Kuhl avenue. 3-18-6t i Inquire at cottage. 3-14-6t

vrcrk the suffragists have been doing land; cottage and barn, located on Points
lake front. Price $5,000.
will resul in victory.
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland MMMIMMM Hauling of all Kinds and Contract Work. Quick ; ;
"One r\'a?cn why I think they will three and one-half miles from
:win is because they have such a city.; Price $30 per acre. ; Service. Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ; ;

splendid leader. Miss Jeannette Ran- : Five-room cottage and lot one hun-

kin is one of the most successful campaigners I dred by four hundred feet; located on One Bungalow Left to Sell MINIMI JMMMMMIMMMIMMIMMMIMM
main highway leading out of city.
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and, against almost overpoweringodds well' located. Price $2,000. M. J. DAETWYLERPhone ttlllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllThe
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140 acres overlooking a beautiful
indorsement for sub-
secure an
lake, one and one-fourth miles from
mitting the amendment to the voters. i
railroad station and packing house; Altamonte
Then she went into the Republican 20 acres bearing orange grove con- 563
convention, where the opposition was taining fourteen hundred trees. The

even stronger, and won there. She remaining land is high grade fruit ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA. j
and garden soil. Price $12,000.
accomplished all this by the charmof 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well tMMMMMMMMMMII A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C.L ;

her manner and force of her ar- located. Can be had at a bargain.J. R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in inte- <

guments. With such a leader, and E. CRAWFORD, I rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
the methods they have adopted, the Office Over Blue Drug Store, I FOR SALE II FOR RENT-Unfurnished, good size most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, I An elegant modern home; four bed house; fine location, near Lake Lu-
women seem sure to win. between two lovely lakes 40 in parks.
high ridge acres
Orlando Florida. '
Three minutes
I rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- cerne. walk from the
2-20-tf tricity throughout; fruit trees and postoffice. Fred B. Dale, 306 Ander- Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
RETAIL TRADE IN MARCHIn flowers. 509 East Central avenue. son street. 3-14-6t Hotel has 500feet bread piazza. All modeen improve-

SPECIAL EXCURSION NORTHI 2-15-tf. HOUSE"FOR RENT-Six rooms, ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
modern; located at 311 N. Orange Altamonte water used. Illustrated booklet.
Only Spring
the calendar of retail trade, every am now organizing an excursion FOR SALE CHEAP-A good city avenue.' Call at 311 N. Orange
ave-
month has. its own individual party to New York and Albany, via home; part cash, balance on time.E. nue. 2-24-tf
Clyde Line steamship Arapahoe, H. Gore, Caruthers & Gore, 6 and
characteristics. March is a time April 20th. Price for trip is $22.25 8 East Pine. 3-18-2wks FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms, by the GiO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
when the public, by following news- from Orlando to Albany, which in- FOR SALEA week or month';; cheap. Phone 571,I ,
advertising, can still pick 'cludes baggage transfer in Jacksonville or call at 23 E. Pine street. 3-12-lm "
paper up family pony, 5 years old, gentle, Resort"The Grand, Mount Vernon, N. H.
t some goods at low prices, which the and New York. Special reduc- good saddler and driver; also top LOST-Gold ring, small diamond in
tion to those at Jacksonvilleor
starting 'MtHIMMMIIIIIIIMMIIIMMMIIIMMIIMMH
merchant dislikes to carry over until buggy and harness. Bargain. Apply low setting; initials inside. Returnto
at New York. For
stopping good
107 E. Amelia avenue. 3-14-lw Orlando Water =---
and
Light office
:fall But the principal ch'aracter- berth and rooms make reservations --- - -
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about the spring styles. corner Orange avenue and Church FOR RENT-Comfortable cottage,
street, before March 21. 3-5-tf large yard overlooking Lake Adair
The warmth of the returning sun- ,
as
bookkeeperand HomeseekersATTENTION
Investors and
Estate Agents
city limits, Apopka road. $8 ,
light sparkles in these announce- WANTED-Good white girl. Call at, stenographer, by a lady of ex- month until November. H. C. McDaniel. per-
ments. The descriptions of light 411 West street. 3-18-3t street.perience. Address M., 114 3-13-6t Court 3-13-lw. !

clothing in gay shades suggest all the
FOR SALE I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-reem cottage, with
fascinations of summer travel, sport f WANTED-Three to ten acres closeto Nursery stock, one, two, three and north.
1 and outdoor life. It is a pleasure to Orlando,good neighborhood,reas- four 'year old buds; Foster Early, rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street,

read the spring advertising, merelyas ForSa1eModern onable distance of schools and.churches. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- Close in; near park and Lake Eda. Lot 40x117. Also

a presage of the "good old sum-. Must be good land, suitable for ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle six-r om bungalow; oil finish, double>> verandas. Special
trucking and poultry raising. Prefer Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf base-
and hath facilities. Large, roomy
heating room
mer time. iwith but -
place out buildings, not ab-
March is the time in which people solutely necessary if price is right. TO RENT OR SELLA ment, wainscoattd and sealed, suitable for laundry or

of taste :and discrimination enjoy 8-room Give full particulars to B. R. Mont- new 7-room bungalow, furnishedor furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or ferae*?.
because the gomery, 55 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville unfurnished. Rental for summer) House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
shopping assortments of
Fla. 3-16 tf months moderate. 500 Anderson
Apply I
goods are more complete than they House 2 doors : street. 3-17-3t lots connect at the corners, with rose house between.

will)] be later. Economically minded WANTED-Neat, accurate, willing offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

people ask anxiously, however,whether west of Wyom- stenographer, two years experience 25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Open to all.
can furnish good reference, de-
In buying and selling Seeds. Our
things are going to cost more thanif Hotel. Bar- sires position. Willing to begin
on
ing : Seeds are good. McElroy Pharmacy. E. N. COY
bought latt r. moderate salary. Now employed. 3-19-3t
Address Box 330 Ocala, Fla.
gain. 3-21-lwk 307 West St., North,0rlando
SEED! SEED! SEED! WANTED-Middle age white womanto

Garden and field seed. DeLaney & LOOK-$850! buys five adjoining lots. help with children; good home Mil tit
and for Address
salary right ,
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf W. I. Higgins, corner Marks and party. 4MIMM*
A. L. Bentley, i Ivanhoe streets. 3-21-Gt Mrs.Fla. J. S. McCawley, Winter Garden 3-21-6t, --=


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lot Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN! New and Modern $1.50 PER DAY. MEALS 35c.

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OAK LODGE, 54 ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING.NICE .

Meals, 50c.Meals .
Rooms [one) Sl.OO per day Rooms (two) 51.50 per day. by the week,58.SO. AND NEW. 1050 FEET OF PORCH. ROOMS $3.00 to '
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Claimed State That Is Becoming Beef Supply Alarmingly in This OllA DO OPIA( O ( H W I t d U Cleanliness MARKETOf Of Quality


Short
We have a number of dents FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ONEWEEK :

Tampa March 20.-For the pur- I who want furnished and unfurnished FISH AND GAME

pose of urging on congressional ac- Commencing r r :
tion opening the port of Tampa for I houses for the summer Kept under the best sanitary conditions.and .
G+ JOUR I
the importation of cattle from :Mexico MONDAY MARCH by the year. Owners hav
Everything screened from the flies !
and South America, Fred Lykes, away and kept fresh
of Havana, member of the firm of : FIRST PLAY ing such properties to rent are and pore.

Lykes Brothers, cattle dealers of this I
requested to at We
se us once.
city, passed through the city last 'The Price Wimen Pay'A i We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

night on his way to Washington. The lok after your properties, collect everything in the Meat Line.

mission of :Mr. Lykes is partly due to HIGH CLASS DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS : the rents and make monthly set- .
the activity of the Tampa board of

trade and partly due to the interest LADIES PDPP MONDAY NIGHT, If accompaniedby tlements with you. The PARLOR MARKET
taken by his firm in the meat situa ,I I LL the holder of a 50 cents ticket

tion in Tampa. and reserved before 6 p. m. :

The scarcity of beef cattle in Tam- : Cooper Atha H. M. Self & Co. .
pa and in Florida is such that it is Prices 15-25-35 and 50 Cents j

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import large quantities from other Phone No. 311
countries, the supply will soon be ex Phone No. 80miiiHiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiuiiiiMiimtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMii
hausted. On account of the embargo

placed ,on the importation of beef

cattle ticks, it is necessary to have an
amendment made to the agriculturalbill

in congress allowing the import I iiinim
tion of cattle into Tampa under proper -

safeguards, for slaughter here, as .
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cattle from Mexico and South Amer- S

ica are now entered at Galveston.
. 1 1r. W.
I M. SLEMONSNew
HUERTA LIEUTENANT MARRIES

DAUGHTER OF REBEL Just arrived car load :

FORDS for immediate :
San Diego, Cal., March 20.-Love I

for the daughter of the rebel generalat delivery. : Goods Arriving Daily

Topolobampo, Mexico, caused Lieu-
tenant Malpica, executive officer of
Get now :
,the former federal gunboat Tampico, yours
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to forget his allegiance to President
F. G. RUSK, :
Huerta and surrender the war craftto ,

his sweetheart's father, accordingto Phone 226 :
the story told by passengers ar- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
.
riving here today from ports on the .. made by Schloss Bros, of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
west coast -'

Lieutenant Malpica met the girl, .. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
who is now his wife, some time c .
at a dance in Guaymas. They fell ago in .i Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

love, but the girl refused to accept & Co. M. Best place in the city to trade.
the officer's proffer of marriage un :
,
less he took the Tampico to Topolo i
1 bampo from Guaymas and turned it i
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over to her father.

Malpica, it is said, represented to i i i W. M. SLEMONS

his commanding officer that he re- .
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ceivadword from Mexico,City to take .
ORANGE
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the lampico
to lopoioDampo and I
shell the rebels. The captain, it is

said, assented. At Topolobampo he To the West 'and NorthwestVIA yllllllll""I.II'1111111111111111111111111111111,1",11,1,1, 1111111 ,..
seized
was and sent to Mazatlan.

Malpica was put in command of the .
Tampico and a few days later was -


ter.married to the rebel general's daugh DIXIE SOUTH LIMITED ATLANTIC, DIXIE LIMITED FLYER AND i bmg$888tttt$IftLbl I: I; I I I'nn' =IIIIIUlllllm.


In this bustling day and age, when .
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opportunity is around knocking more
or less loudly' at most every door, the I Dixie Dixie
Limited Fber.SOUTH ATLM7IC LIUrfED ,
fool piker that sits on the fence and Lv Orlando A. C. L..12:31 am 3:13; pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13 pmr :; ; COOKING A PLEASURE WITH A GAS RANGE
waits for something to turn up is JacksonvUle, A. C. L... 6:45am 1:30pm r Jacksonvill); .............,....... ?:SOpmt
Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35am 8hm Jacksonville, A. C. L ........... 8:15pm .
heading straight for failure. I Waferass A. C. L..1l:50am 10:2ipm v Wa'C06S, A. C. 1. .............10:20pm .0 If you do your cooking with a gas range you ,
____.__ r Diacon, G. S. 8C; F....... 6:13 pm 4:16 am r Macon G. S. A F. .............. a:46 am PLEASURE of cooking j
r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 'I:%5 am r Atlanta C. of Ca .............. lhm can appreciate the bed
The buyer and the seller will be Chattanooga, W. I A..llSam 11:55 am r Knoxville, L. I; N. ..............12:19pmr have no wood or ashes to carry
r ; r Corbin, L. 11 N.. ................ 3:16pm cause you
brought together by using space in Nashville" N. C. Jz SL L. 4:50am 4:3Qpm_ r'Loaisville; L. &: N. .............. 9:00pm nothing to dirty up the kitchen.All .
the Daily and Weekly Sentinel Ar SL Louis, I.C.11 L.k;N. %:50 pm 'l:%0 am r Indianapolis "a. Leo...eo..eo. 1:50 am
Ar Lexington L. &; N. ............ 8:50 pm have to do is to strike a match and
A FULL MOON Ar HopkinariIJe, L. A N........... :21pm Ar Cincinnati L A N. eo........... 8:50 pm you is hot as if it had
Ar Evanaville, L. 11 N..... 98 am 95 pm Ar Kalasiawo G. R. &; L ..........1%:20 pm turn a valve, and the fire as
Now is the time to buy your gar- Ar Terre Haute, C. A; E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Grand &pids G. no L'-: eo..... 2:45pm been going an hour. Then, too;you don't have to
den S-13-tf seed from DeLaney & Abernethy.. Ar Chicago, C. A E L..... 6:50pm 8:50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 1:15am worry about getting the fire too hot or too low

the fire is always the same regardless -
DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED because gas
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN I Solid train, composed of section drawing Solid train, composed of electric lighted of weather or other conditions.If .
room Bleeping cars, observation ce-mpartmemt
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or can and dining ear, between Jacksonville and draW J1 .room Pullman sleeping car and coach it will
"News" sightseeing automobilesfor Chicago, ,and section, drawin room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and you do not cook with gas pay you
Lookout Mountain, Point Park, u between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis; to let us put a range in your home on thirty
Chickamauga battlefield, DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and days' trial. .If it is not all we claim for it, your
Missionary
Solid train carrying electric lighted con- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between refunded. '
Ridge and historical points. For reservations artment observation sleepers and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand money will be
ighted section dnsring sleepers. First
-room
address 910 Market street las coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car GAS DEPARTMENT
3.3-Apr.t3 errs meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati


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NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIIIIII'IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIII" INTERNAL WAR IN IRELAND H 1 llii : ':! ij W' i'' JiI ''llli : : ,:h"" \.! I'I, Ui'' : : '!: : II '! fit1 j} :I. ! 1ill) L W; '! ;",q" .'.' 111 'f; ,tJ!
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.(Continued from page 1)) ,lIJlh II m ij\1 Illijl i I! IIJII rrijllliJi, r?I'I,I! jllliIHII! ijli Jtii" 'i'I :Im11t: I ,"!1ol'' i r i i 1'1 I' 'I" I E Nhl
lIIl \ i ,! 'II,14u iVlll;i tl I ; I I II: II!: I i ; !i.l m ii 1 :' I !?. H,n ,,:; : :ii'illjir.i! [; mf t.t.i i i : r I '
5 Ulster. These troops form the advance - ,
i guard of a large armed 'force

which military authorities are send-
ing to the northern province of Ire-
land to prevent the assumption of
local government by anti-home rulers.

Still more troops are on their way
to the north from the military campat Thte 1FutIDrOI (

TIIE"STATE[ ORlANDO the Curragh and from other army .
stations today. The first arrivals in
-"'"
Ulster this morning were the compa- i '
nies of a half battalion of the York- YOUR HOME 'and CHILDREN! .
,. r q' .rl ll; I ,. .
shire light infantry which were conveyed

from their barracks in Dublinto Depend Low much
largely upon yon _
.1 Belfast Lough on board the torpedo -
boat destroyer Pathfinder duringthe save and teach them to save

night. They disembarked early
this morning and marched to Car- How much have you and they saved

rickfergus castle, a disused military '

LONG ESTABLISHED: station commanding the Lough. It lEE THIS( : ] MONTH: l : ? L
SATE.CONSERVATIVE.ACCOMMODATING lies fifteen miles below Belfast and is :
I ,
of historic interest owing to its hav- \ ,

ing been the landing place of WilliamIII. . c' ,
Guns were mounted on the field -
BUILDING YOUR CREDIT -
there this afternoon. Orders were issued -

Every progressive young merchant desires to estab- to other batteries of artillery to
occupy strategic positions around the

lish good credit. city of Belfast.Sir LET US HELP YOU .
An account with this strong, well known bank is a Edward Carson, Ulster union- \

great aid to one's financial standing, and its service is ist leader, and his lieutenants desire
We have several for
plans
the government to take the first pro- teaching
helpful. Checking accounts are invited.
vocative steps, Sir Edward realizingthe systematic saving and will be pleased I
F vitalness of preventing an undisciplined

outbreak as a protest againstall to explain them all.

THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOState these troop movements, today
again urged the Ulstermen to keep

A I cool.The

County and City Depositary normal city outward this morning aspect.presented All the its D opks I }Natkall J l\)J&raitK rl

places of business were open and in iii l

I accordance with the urgent request
I of the unionist leaders all the men "
"It is a pleasure to serve you.
worked until their usual Saturday

closing time. =f fI
Sir Edward Carson did not emerge
I
1 today from Craigavon, the residenceof I _
41111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Captain Craig, three miles from

.. Belfast. There he continues to hold ,
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MR. CHARLES LARTIGUE TO clothing business,in the Orange coun- I i d III I I I I i II II I I ,Il I l uI I I flN I I ( {p. I W'ry Ifl IL I I I r .1)) I ,
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MOVE TO GAINESVILLE 1 I ty capital, but has disposed of his Craig, the marquis of Londonderry, 1,.I; 6 ,IB i i I II, III I.rihu I. I il III'I uI, 'a I ;, ""CII I dll i i I il II l I I( I it t U i I I u I 'i.p.I i I N/j, I I I latl I di,Vf'Ii y N,b' I I i II l j/I I'M''i/ n. .. I. I IIl ,I ir"-.
i I the earl of Ranfurly, the earl of Clan-'
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interests in that line and has decided
I II William and other unionist workers.
I' to enter the insurance field, with his I ROUND TABLE HEARD PAPER ON OHIO ASSOCIATION WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE IN
; Mr. Charles Lartigue, who until Martial law has been declared within
brother, Ralph E., local representative COMMUNISTIC ANARCHISMThe There will be a meeting of the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
recently conducting gents' fur- estate. The old
was a Craig's
Captain town I
of the New York Life Insurance Ohio Association at the Tourist Head
nishing goods business in Orlando, in hall of Belfast, oft headquarters of --
company. Gainesville will be his quarters tomorrow evening at 7:30 to
copartnership with Mr. T. 0. Brown, the "provisional. government," has meeting Friday evening was Owing to the Methodist church not
headquarters, and it is hoped that he hear the report of the committee on
has decided to enter the insurance will bring his family here to reside been denied to all. Important equip- one of the best in the history of the constitution and transact other important being completed as expected, the wed-
business in Gainesville, as the fol- ment, documents of Miss Emma Mae to
permanently.More ciphers and other Round Table. There was a good at- business. All Buckeyes in- ding Tippins
lowing from the Gainesville Sun will papers have been removed from it tendance. The discussion was spir- vited. Mr. James N. Burden, on Tuesday

'. testify: and hidden after being distributed ited and instructive. Mr. Stanley's evening, the 24th, will be held in the
Among the late arrivals in Gainesville help wanted? Room to let among important unionist leaders. paper on Communistic Anarchism MRS. TREISBACK MARRIED Presbyterian church.It .
. is Charles Lartigue of Orlando, or wanted? Advertise in the Sen- This was done because of the an- showed careful preparation. Mr. is desired that all guests shall
who is stopping with his mother, Mrs. tinel. Be sure to read the ads. in nouncement of impending arrests John R. Sage has been invited to givea Married, in San Jose, California, be seated by 7:45.
Mary C. Lartigue. Mr. Lartigue,! today's Sentinel. They bring results. which the unionists contend brought paper next Friday evening on Pov- March 8th, 1914, Mrs. Nonie Treis-
back to Mr. A. A. Neal.
will
who, like his brothers, Dr. E. and Ever Try our Classified Ads. about the present crisis. erty and Wealth. These meetingsare They It seems that some womeen move
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Ralph E. Lartigue, is of the reside in San Francisco, where they
one most open to all. their furniture around for the pleasure -
I have both lived for several
genial, to be found, for aI years.
: men was Take your repairing to Warman Warman of hearing hubby's shins come
' on Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Mrs. Treisback lived in Orlando some
number of
years engaged in the Court street. therewith when moving
12-5-tf on Court street. 12-5-tf Try the Sentinel Job Department. years ago. in contact

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