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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 1915
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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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I THE MORNING SENTINEL t ti i I i





VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1915. NUMBER 2k.1.





BULGARIA MOBILIZES A VAST ARMY






ROUMANIA MAY VOTE HUGE WAR CREDITOPENING



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MAY PARTICIPATION BRING-DARDANELLES BALKANSIN I i ,REGULARS-- Y BEATEN BYYANMIGANS THREE VANDERBILT CARS RACE CAPSIZED, FRISCOSan IN SITUATION IN MEXICO CntY 1 1IS






Warships Turkish Secretly Continue Forts Mobilizing--Bulgaria to Shell a Is the I'j BARONS PERFORM BEFORE Francisco, March 6.-Darius Resta, of London, driving a INTENSE[ ; FOREIGNERS[ [ IN

Large Force GOOD SIZED CROWD Peugeot car, won the Vandervilt cup race here this afternoon be-

YESTERDAYRegulars Resta who led all the
fore a crowd of 125,000 persons. practically

Mobilizing way, finished the 296 1-4 miles in four hours, twenty-seven minutes -
Bulgaria

Paris, March 6.-Bulgaria has mo- Were Defeated by the and thirty-seven seconds, an average of 67 1-2 miles per DANGER[ : CARRANZA SILENT[ [

bilized secretly three full army divisions Score of 10 to 7CoombsGot hour.

in the neighborhood of Tirnova Home Run Howard Wilcox, in a Stutz, was second; Eddie Pullen, driving a r
according to a Saloniki dispatch :STATE DEPT. HEARS NOTH-
I SmashIn Mercer, was third; and Ralph De Palma, piloting a Mercedes, was -
to the Havas Agency. The message ING FROM BIG CHIEF

also says the Kostendil division has fourth. MICHIGANDERS FORMAN CARRANZADIPLOMATIC *

been sent to an unknown destination.Tn a game considered to be a real Three cars capsized during the race. The most serious injurieswere

unnamed officer high in the Bul- work-out the Yannigans whipped the received by Mechanician Joe Early, of Bob Burman's car, ASSOCIATION -

l garian army is quoted as saying: Regulars yesterday at the fair who suffered a broken leg and three crushed ribs. The others to CORPS MAY IEPVE
"These would be useful in an grounds before a large crowd, score
troops turn G. E. Ruckstell and Eddie O'Donnell. All three
10 to 7. Johnson, Grimes and Hardgrove over were A
advance Adrianople.
on pitched for the Yannigans, and cars were wrecked. The injured were removed to the emergencyfield 54 ORGANIZED WOLVERINEASSOCIATION But Secretary Bryan Is Unableto

Paris, :March 6A bill opening a Fields, Love and Cantley for the Reg- I. hospital. YESTERDAY Confirm ReportBloodshed J

of for military ex- I ulars. Hale and Jacobi caught. , AFTERNOON
credit $40,000,000 --- -- ------ --- --- --- '--' ----- May Result-Anything .
penditures has been introduced in the The Barons will jaunt to Daytonato t

chamber of deputies by the govern- I play the Brooklyn Nationals :March Officers Were Elected-List of Possible

ment, says a dispatch to the Petit 13, 14, 15. The Brooklyns have madea FRENCH LINER IS FOUR KillED AND Members of the Association t! f.

Parisien from its Bucharest contract with Daytona to play all Washington, March 6.-No word

spondent.C. corre-I games there and it is impossible to Will Be Published from Carranza in reply to the repeated

Disseco, former minister get games for Orlando. The Cubs did SAYSREPORT Tuesday demands of this government th at
SAFE FIVE
lic instruction, has announced that he I the same trick with Tampa. Thereis WOUNDED immediate steps be taken to relieve

will interpellate the government aSk- no prospect of securing the Cubsor Michigan people formed an associa- the conditions in Mexico City. .

ing what attitude it intends to take Dodgers in Orlando for games. tion yesterday afternoon by meetingat It was admitted by the state department

now that the fate of the Dardanelles The score of yesterday's game: BY MADMAN the Tourist Headquarters. :Mr. this afternoon that a "real

is at issue and if Roumania will be I YANNIGANS. AB R H PO A E I Wilde, of Grand Rapids, called the I crisis in the situation had arrived."

consulted by the powers in the set- I Fitzgerald, ss __u 4 1 1 0 2 2 I meeting to order, and on motion of I The only ray of hope lay in a dispatch -
of that Robinson, cf _uu 3 2 1 0 0 0 Ira W. Leach, of Petoskey, Mr. Wilde received this afternoon by Sec-
tlement question. Roth, rf _________ 4. 1 0 2 0 0 LINER ON FIRE ESCORTEDTO LUMBERMAN AT BRUNSWICK was made chairman. By motion of I retary Bryan from Vera Cruz which
McBride, If __ __ 4 2 1 1 0 0
Dardanelles Cleared Coombs, 2b u_u___ 5 1 1 4 5 0 ENGLISH PORT BY GA., RUNS AMUCK F. C. Brown, Ira W. Leach was made he said gave a "little encouragement."

Paris, March 6. The Dardanelesnow McDuffie, 3b _uu 3 1 0 2 1 0 ROTTERDAM WITH GUN secretary. Mr. F. J. Smith moved lie would not say what it was.

has been cleared of mines as far Hale, c uu____ 322710 that the meeting be made permanentand Officials of the state departmentand
Hodges, Ib u____ 3 0 2 9 1 1
at Chanak Kalesi, about a third of Johnson, p------- 2 0 0 1 1 2 attach the name of the Wolverine the representatives of other gov-

the distance through the straits, saysa 'Hardgrove, p u__ 1 0 1 0 0 0 4,494 CASES CARTRIDGES ABROADLiner MADMAN KILLED BY OFFICER Association. :Mr. F. C. Brown ernments are much concerned by the

Tenedos dispatch to the Petit Pa- Grimes, p ___UU 1 0 0 1 0 0 was made vice-president. A committee publication of a report that the mem-

risien, dated March 5. The mine Totals _________-33 -10 -9 -27 -11 -5REGULARS. Left N. Y. Feb. 25 and Tragedy Worst in YearsFrenzied on program and amusements was bers of the diplomatic corps in Mexico.
workers operating under protec- named, as follows: Mrs. F. C. Brown, City have decided to leave in a body.
are AB R H PO A E I
i
Shoots Fastas
tion of the allied warships, which are Carroll Ib __u___ 6 0 0 13 0 0 Had 84 Passengers, Manyof Slayer as Mr. Cuthberson, Mr. I. W. Leach. I The state department is unable to

keeping up a steady bombardment of II Hartle. cf _uuu 522000 Them Physiciansand Gun Could Be Several speeches were made by :Mr. I obtain confirmation, but it is said at

the forts on the European side. ue'"min way, 3b 4 1 t 5 0 Nurses Loaded F. J. Smith, Mr. Wm. L. Coryell, Mr. the department the report probably
I Sloan. rf -I 0 1 0 0 0
uuuu Mahlon Gore, Mr. F. C. Brown, Mr.\ C. originated from a message receivedby
Magee, If ____uu 301200
London March 6. The end of the 2b 5 D. Corpenter, and several others. All the Swedish minister from his government "
I Clark uuu 1 0 3I 0Etlam London, March 7, 1:20 A. M.-(Bul- Brunswick, Ga., March .-Four
thirty-first week of the war, bringingthe ss ____u__ 501130 were very enthusiastic in their praisesfor informing him that it had(
letin.-The French liner La Tou- men were shot and killed and five oth-
i-Tacobi. c __uuu 5 1 3 6 0 0 Orlando, the City Beautiful. Most heard a rumor that the diplomaticcorps
first signs of improving weather j Johnson ________ 101000 raine, which was reported to have ers seriously wounded here today by
after a hard winter, finds the allied I Fields, p ___u____ 1 0 0 0I 2 been on fire 700 miles west of Brest, Monroe Phillips, a lumberman, who of the Michigan people own their win- in Mexico City had decided td

armies in the west nearly ready for I Love p--_____ 100000 is safe, according to a wireless dis- fired at random on the street. Phil- ter homes here leave, and asking him if they would,
the concerted offensive for which General Cantley, p------- 2 1 1 1 0 0 A vote of thanks was extended to confirm or deny it.
patch received here after midnight. I lips himself was killed by a policeman -
- - -
the management of Tourist Head- i The Swedish minister called the''state
Joffre and Field Marshal French : at
Totals _________42 7 13 27 16 2 I who tried to arrest him.
have been assiduously preparing for quarters, and also to the City Beautiful department to ask if the rumor
Rotterdam Assisted Liner One of the men killed was H. F.
for their kind hospitality shown had been verified, but the departmentcould
four months. George Johnson batted for Fields.
London, March 6.-The Holland- Dunwoody, a prominent attorney.
Home runsCoombs.Three us. About 54 people attended the I give him information.The .
From the sea through the dunes of no
American liner Rotterdam sends word Phillips is said to have lost considerable -
base hit Hall.
meeting, and all departed to their sev- Swedish
Flanders to Arras, France, the Brit- government in its message -
she has reached La Touraine
Two base hit-Sloan. Robinson. and is money in eal estate transac-
ish and have eral homes to meet again March to its minister here indicated
Belgians to with- ,
appear Struck out-By Fields 3, Love 1,
escorting her to an English port. tions and blamed others for his finan-
stood successfully all attempts to Cantley 2, Johnson 2, Hardgrove 2, -- cial difficulties.In at Tourist Room.A 13'j that it would not approve of its
break their lines; while from Arras to Grimes 1.Stolen I I complete list of members of charge d'affaires leaving the city.
I Yesterday afternoon a dispatch reported addition to Dunwoody and Phil-
bases-Hemmingway 2, Har- Wolverine Association will inTuesday's The officials of the
the the French appear state department
Vosges continue to go tle 1, McBriHe. La Touraine to be on fire at lips, the dead are W. H. Hackett, an -
i
forward. Sentinel. understand that the conditions
slowly I UmpireChestnutt.Time I latitude 48.06 north, and longitude undertaker; Rex Bavers, a policeman,
Progress in the Champagne dis- of game2:05.Attendance in Mexico City are worse than at any.
120.14 west. Five steamers rushed to.. and W. P. Padgett, a former policeman. -
trict has been most pronounced, although 300.Orlando. time since the events which led to the i
her assistance. Several of the wounded are
the Germans exact a heavy I Brief Bulletins I landing of an American force at Vera
Aboard the boat were 4,494 cases of prominent citizens of Brunswick.Mr. .
price at every step. Here the French I Cruz. The situation for the foreign-
intended for in the
cartridges
Life In use Ticked I
Off Wire
hope soon to free Rheims from the war. John F. Schumann has sold his j ers is extremely serious.

peril of German howitzers.: ParagraphPROSPERITY J! The liner left New York February beautiful home on Kuhl avenue to D. At Late According to word received by the I

The unqualified optimism with i 25. N. L. Bryan, of Lakeland. Houri department Obregon has worked the i

which the approaching gigantic strug- ( Eighty-four passengers were on i iI Some six or seven years ago Dr. TEXAS DEFEATS SUFFRAGE I populace in Mexico City up to such a

rle is regarded in Great Britain, I board, many of whom were nurses Bryan came to Orlando for his wife, Austin, Texas, March 6.-Woman's {i pitch that any untoward event which |
France and Russia be attributed H. Carl Dann has six iat other time would be *
purchased
can any a mere
j!destined for the war zone. and having realized the richness of; suffrage was defeated by the legisla- ;
largely to the remarkable new white hats to wear other trifle might now precipitate blood-
every
recupera- I when
that investment, he comes back for ture today the house by a majority -
tive powers shown by the troops of day. another. of three, voted against the shed. Almost anything, they say, is
I
I NEXT CONCERT TO HAVE VARIED
Emperor Nicholas. I JUST WISIIIV: PROGRAMAt \ The doctor comes from one of the proposition being submitted to a vote possible.

I Doc. Jim DeLaney says if he had its last meeting the Mendels- best and oldest families of Polk coun- of the people in the form of a proposed I
INJURED IN RUNAWAYW. ty and he will be gladly welcomed amendment to the constitu- Two Gunboats at Tampico:
it to do over again he would purchaseone sohn Club decided to have, as its next to
D. Galpin, who has been stop- i Orlando if he locates here. tion. 1 Mobile, Ala., March 6.-The United
million of Florida land.
I acres attraction
concert the
a to
ring at the Summerlin, and who has I be miscellaneous. It will be program Mr. Schumann, who is one of the Gonzales Has 12,000Ien State gunboat Petrel sailed today for \
F een coming to Orlando for twenty- CRIMINAL COURT composedof largest real estate holders of Tampico where she will remain for
Orlando
several choruses, of Washington, March 6. The forcesof 4
groups -
five years, while driving a three-seat-I Criminal court will convene in Or- songs retains all of his lots at Schumann I an indefinite period looking after t
ed rig yesterday on Central avenue, I!lando Monday, with quite a large I I j i and a number of instrumental num- Heights and will build bungalow Carranza were defeated Wednes- American interests. ,
a pretty -
I at Vales and retreated
day to Palmas
rear the S. A. L. depot, was thrown 1 &, will meet with the approval of I where they were fighting on Thursdayand
out when the horses became frightened ., for his home. was relieved at Tampico, is ordred ito
W. U. T. NOTICE
.. breaking the many members, who do not care j using artillery, according to advices
and
an arm
sustaining 1 Orlando is remain there for the present.
bruises. The local Western Union office was to study for light opera, and in fact' attracting good people from Tampico to the state de- |

notified yesterday that mail service I every one is delighted, as a concert !',from all parts of the world and the partment today. ,

WILL OPERATE NEW RESTAURANT to England would probably be sus- i|of this nature is far less difficult than city is following the brick streets with Large forces of Carranzastas are Villa Has Generous Heart!

y pended for one week owing to ship- anything the club has undertaken this new buildings in these fine localities on their way to Tampico from the Guadalajara, Mex., March 6. In ,I
i I, with great rapidity.The view of the startling stories of hun-
strike. district.
D. S. Catechis and Charles Antos ping season. Tuxpam
I Because of the affairs the places of meeting for the ad- The work on the Tampico fortifica- ger, loot and murder emanating from 1
have secured Ii many on
a room at 44 West :, T. P. A. OF I. C. HERE iI Mexico City, Villa announced
i soial calendar for Tuesday evening, dress of Dr. Anna Shaw next Satur- tions which are being prepared todayhe
Church street and will operate a lunch ;i Mr. S. C. Baird, Florida his
might
change
passenger'a I i the rehearsal will be held :Monday: day night is changed from the Meth- against the advancing Villistas, con- military plans,
counter and restaurant that will be j
ent of the Illinois Central railroad, and instead: of marching toward Tarn- ,
second to none in this section. Cate- 'with in 1:evening at 8 o'clock, at the Presbyte- odist church to the Orlando opera erable money in real estate transac-
would
headquarters Jacksonville > pico hurl 40,000
men against
chis and Antos also of nan vestry. house. The hour of the meeting is tinues day and night.
are proprietors in Orlando I Mexico
was yesterday. : City and wrest it from the
the Plaza restaurant in the Arcade I I: I eight o'clock.KILLS Gonzales, who is reported in the Carranzista

t+ which they purchased several months ITS COMING:: I I I Ii.;i. s s s. .* i. s . . . . . . . . Tampico district to me momentarily has been the General direct couse Obregon of the, who intolerable
Fire Chief Dean receiveda expecting an attack on Monterey, is L
ago. They are expert restauranteursand yesterday I. INDEX TODAY'S NEWS I. ALLIGATOR SIX FEET conditions
letter from the American-LaFrance I I ,. declared by the Tampico .now existing in
their success in the new ventureis : Page 2-Church Announcements. LONG newspapersto the capitaL ,
assured. Mr. Catechis has just Fire Engine company, of Atlanta, i George Jr. have a force of 12,000 men. .
Page 3-Nellie Bly War Letter. ,I' Worsley, yesterday Villa believes immediate action on
returned from Jacksonville where he that the new motor fire truck for Orlando I Page 4-Editorial;Senator Fletch- killed an alligator six feet long at I SUPT. MeKINNON:: MUST SIGN his part is necessary to reassure the ,

.. purchased elegant equipment for the I had been shipped March 3. ,|' er's Attack on Free Press Un- ' the Fisher-Worsley farm eight WARRANTS, SAYS JUDGE foreign powers of his good intention, \

:it new lunch room which will be opened I j! RETRENCHMENT:: : NO! 1 justifiable. miles north of Orlando near Mait- I Judge Perkins at DeLand yesterday and when word reached his headquarters ,

in-a short time. I I The city council met yesterday and Page 5-Society and Local News. land. He brought the 'gator to ordered J. McKinnon:: county superintendent that the diplomatic corps was

paid the Ohio Well Drilling company, :':> Page 6-Daily Sport Letter. Orlando yesterday to show his of schools, to sign the leaving Mexico City in a body he
I Ii I
,
': THE WEATHER Jacksonville, a balance of 10625. Page 7-Golf News S friends, and will have it mounted. I warrants for service rendered by the promptly sent a message through by

;: Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon- The city has paid this company the '' Page Classified Ads. I. The 'gator had been killing pigs law firm of Davis & Giles. The war Special Agent Duvall West invitingthe

;11{ day. small sum of $4,674.50, apportioned as Page 9-High School Life. ,' and chickens. He killed it with a rants to be signed include several hun- diplomats to make their headquarters -

follows: Contract price, 3 wells, $3- Page 10.-Local and Personal ', well, directed shot under the right dreds of dollars for legal work per- in Villa territory.Get ,
:;'b -. / New music. The latest popular edi- 275; three manholes, $180; three News. 's eye with a Savage rifle. formed by the above firm in the. fa-
:-ition., "The Tale the Teardrop Told. . . Is.s . . -
.
'i Curtis & O'Neal, Orange avenue. screens, $75; and two wells, $1,144.50. s s s s ss .s .sssss miliar teachers' salary case. the news in the Sentinel trst.i .

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HOTELS I At The Churches TOO LATE-TO CLASSIFY 1,r.-" IMHIIIKIilllllMmiliMMtii ;' I I III ;


FOR SALE-Several young cows, :
fresh and fine. Wm. II. Behrens
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FIRST HA1TIST CHURCHAt eiarcona, Fla. 3-7-6t-ltw. i iI ii Wanted to Buy
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner ( the rand)
THE
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
I LADIES OR ELDERLY PERSONS
pastor.
West and Church Streets This church wide its doors joining the Harper tourist party
opens Iron Black
Splendid: service Excellent: rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best and cordially invites friends and from here, by private car, on April 2., Eye, Whippoorwill, Clay and
cooks in the .ate. Rates $1.W per week and up. tifial rates to parties strangers to participate in all its re- will be assured a full seat as well as I Unknown Cow Peas.FOR .
wishing table board. ligious services and varied activities.We looked after, as this party will be
W. G. DUNCAN Prop. want you to feel at home with us. personally in charge of Mr. Harperand
The pastor will be glad to serve you an able corps of assistants. For I
as friend and minister. special rates, etc., see Mr. Harper at SALEStowell
ROSSMORE INNWindermere Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. Orland hotel, Tuesday afternoon.
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. 3-7-ltc
Men's Baraca class will meet in their I Evergreen, Country Gentleman, Golden Dent, White Dent,
parlors in the basement of the new FOR JJENT Three large rooms with Hickory King and Block Mexican Seed Corn. Also Beans, Peas

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric church; Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, teacher. all modern improvements; 9 per and every kind of garden field and grass seed.
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. month. Also one detached room, IS i I
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with m. Morning subject "A Broken by: 20, 5 per month. Inquire C. Joyce

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- Vow, or the Sin of Omission." .0:; South Division :street: tt to 8 p. m. i Prices Right Drugs Pure Seeds Fresh
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019.) At the evening hour the pastor will 3-7-6t* : ,
deliver his popular sermon on "Moral I
Courage, the Need of the Lay."
--- ---- ---- -- - - - WANTED Driver for livery car;
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 0:30 p. m.; must be able to do own repairin
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn Mr. Eugene Reid president. :
and be strictly sober and reliable: :1
Prayer ana fellowship meeting on middle aged married man preferroti.: Store
Orlando, Florida Pocoao Manor. Pa hall Wednesday in basement evening of the at 70 new, in church.Baraca Address A, care Sentinel. 3--;-1 t' City Drug ; \

Attentive ushers. All seats free.
J. W. HURLEY WANTED-Want to buy small home .
J. L.
--0-- ; ; DEAN Prop. ORLANDO, FIA
not far out. with trees and shrubbery !
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
must Le neat and attractive .n.J
MANAGERVISIT Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. ; e"I""II"I"l.!
cheap. Describe fully with price aId i I "ol.trlil 't Clt ;
Sunday school at 9:45; a. m.; W. I: I
number. Address Northerner -. '-
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O'Neal, superintendent. Men's Bible
Sentinel. :;'J-7-Ct J JTHERE'S
"COLLIER GROVE" LAKE AI'OPKA class in auditorium.

FOR THE BEST FISHING Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
t On main road four miles east of Clermont and Morning sermon "Present Day Hap- FOR RENT-Furnished rooms up-
country three miles west of
penings and the World's Needs." stairs and down, for light housekeeping f
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. I:. R. Evening sermon, "The Way Into ; electric lights and telephone; I A REASON
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Trips I the Kingdom." II sumrr.er rates given until October 1.

to wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, Young People's Society at '6:30p. Also garage. Phone 380. 300 East
m., in the lecture room. All young Concord avenue. 373tcNotice WHY ;
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats.
, people of the congregation cordially
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier invited. FOR SALE-Automobile, in first

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing Prajer meeting Wednesday at 7:30:; class condition; fully equipped; a YOU CAN SAVE
purposes. p. m. bargain Inquire at the Florida Real
Special music. Forrest Dabney Estate and Investment Co., above Peo- .
-- --- --- -- - --- Carr, choir director. Miss Roberta ples National Bank. 3-7-Gt

TOURISTS ATTENTION! Branch most, organist.A cordial. invitation is extended FOR SALE-A good comfortablehome $10 to $20 l lI4uiI lr

visitors and others to worship for small family; garden
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando with us. Seats free.CLARKKAHTEK. growing; fruit, shrubbery and flowers ."'l

I: Prepared by our New York Cook --0-- MEETINGS avenue.; six rooms. Apply 510 3-7-lmo:Marion ____I-.

(Corner Hughey and Central Ave.)
100 Rooms Sunday there will be three services,
Bath Steam Heat.
Sl.UO 10:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m., and 7 p. m. WANTED horse for its keep for AN ADDED JOY
will if satis-
the summer; purchase ,
Mrs. Rahter will speak on "Brideof
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Christ" during the day meeting.At 'actory.. Apply "G. K.," Sentinel 3-7-3t offIce -
night Evangelist Clark will speak To the letters you receive
from Peter, "What Shall the End Be
t t EMPIRE HOTEL of Them That Obey Not the Gospel of FOR RENT-House for rent; $15 per if they are writt n
God?" month; six rooms and bath. R. J.
This will be the last day of the Waldron, contractor and builder, 4 on stationery that is pf
i 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms meetings and crowds will be in at- West South street. 3-7-lt*
.. tendance. Come early if you want a fine quality and correct
R seat. ROOMS: WANTED-Wanted three

: Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round -()- furnished rooms, for light housekeeping shape.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ; must be reasonable and good
[ European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite (Corner :Main and Jackson Sts.) neighborhood. Address Box 586, Or- HIGHLAND LINEN

John B. Ley, pastor. ando. 3-7-lt LI I fills requirement
Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Organized every
classes. Efficient teachers. C. E. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.' of the most
exacting
Howard, superintendent. PARTNERSHIP
r f Preaching at 11 a. m., by the pastor customer because it
ti ; subject, "A Lenten Meditation." is hereby given of the dissolution its
ri II Prof. McLean, of Southern College, of the partnership heretofore 'c"CRANE" quality.
rt i will sing as an offertory, "My Am existing between J. L. Feinberg and mrr j I
Count ree." 1v. E. Gore, Jr., trading under tl_e I )
t Evening Musical Service firm name and style of Feinberg & l.l\\Jlill1Y1\! llN J W. S. Branch''
Organ prelude, "Hosanna" (Paul Go-, air; business being located at

Wachs. .ho northwest! corner of the intersection 1I1IEIiJJIWJ! THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC Site
Anthem, "My: Faith Looks Up to of Orange avenue and Ch'u ch
t Thee;" full chorus. street, in the town of Orlando,Orange
Solo, "There Is a Green Hill (Gou- county, Florida. And that the busi-
f THE ARCADE HOTEL nod); Mr. Jas. C. McLean. ness of said firm has been transferred
f Hymn No. 2; choir and congrega- to: and assumed by the said J. L.
i J. B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Prop. tion. Feinberg, who will succeed absolutelyto '
Prayer. both the assets and liabilities of Special Priced For Special Reasons
f t First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos Response; organ; selected. the said firm of Feinberg & Gore.
Solo, "Lead Kindly Light" (Evans); 3-7-5t IX ORDER THAT I MAY GO :NORTH TO MY BUSINESS t
in Building in Connections
r Mr. McLean. A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
Scripture reading, Psalm 148, re- SCENES LAID AT PALM BE.ACHFair'land Trees.
Or'ando.. Fh. full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Within two
sponsively. blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi- '
' Gloria Patri.Announcements.. tion home this will make yearly return |
to making a property a on
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the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
Solo. "The Earth Is the Lord's;" is embodied in the first act of i market conditions, price 8500.00; also

Miss Clarke (by request). "The Prince of Tonight" LeComteand My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
Male quartet, "The Wayside Cross.
I Remarks by the pastor. Fletcher's musical fantasy, in dwelling with every! city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
ORLANDO
ROOFING land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
Offertory; organ; Romanu in E which Tom Arnold will appear at the
garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
: AND Flat (Rubenstein). Lucerne theatre, Saturday matineeand Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Solo. "The Lastli1estone" (Pon-
tet) Mr. McLean. night, March 13. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate ;sale, $16I.I
; 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
SHEET METAL CO. Doxology and benediction. The show opens with a scene at
To agent that sells the above described property for me I *
any
Postlude "The Sea" (A. Hesse). "The Breakers," a world famous ho-
I -()- will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list \J
tel at Palm Beach, suddenly changingto
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL the property at will or to sell it myself.
(
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos The Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. the mythical Delft forest in Luni-
,
Third Sunday in Lent. tania, where lithe fairies dance in an ED. F. IREZ: FL ,

s and Rubber RoofingsCornices The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. emerald gloom before the Prince, whois I r
Morning prayer and Sunday school, to resign for one night. BOX 33; WINTER PARK FLORIDA
9:45.The Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. !
"The of is of
Metal Prince Tonight" one
Skylights. Healing, Ventilating Ceilings Holy Communion and sermon, -
11 a. m.Evening. the most elaborate spectacular pro- J

prayer and sermon, 7:30.CATHOLIC ductions seen in years, and the cos-
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO -()- .
I IF CHURCH tumes are correspondingly gorgeous.A IMMMMMMMIMMMtMMMMMMMMMMIREAL . . .
Third Sunday in Lent. special crew of expert electricians is rr ri
Mass, 6:30 a. m. carried by the company to handle the i
Sunday school, 9 a. m. wonderful electrical effects.
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. ESTATE :
t Week day Lenten services:
Tuesday and Thursday, Mass, 7:30

iiR ii// a.m.Wednesday and Friday, Way of the =

Cross All welcome.and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. The lot advertised for $1200, '

-oCIIRISTI.tN- with a reduction of $400.00, if We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If t t. .

Sunday school at 9:45 SCIENCE; a. m. buyer would build, was boughtby you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Services at 11 a. m.; subject "Man.

) Wednesday Third floor,evening corner service South, Orange 7:45. Mr. Samuel Brice of New and talk your wishes over with us. ,

avenue and Church street. Entranceon York. We have decided to of-
Church street. The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

-0- fer another one.
GERMAN: EVANGELIC: LUTHERAN ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
ii 1 CHURCH t
; + '
r 7 fft2t, Services every first and third Sun- million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last.
i day in the month at 2 p. m., in Sev- Corner lot, well located. Side-
enth Day Adventist building, West two .
Central avenue.G. walks, water, lights, gas. North years.
A Ak W. Ruehle, pastor.UNITARIAN .
-()- east. $1000.00.Vill take $600if We are well posted on the values of all classes and
CHURCH
(Corner Central Ave and West St.) buyer will build within one kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
Sunday school" at 9:45 a. m. year. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof
sermon, "Why I Am a Unitarian. Estate Bargains.
Dr. J. C. Howell will give a paperat
; t) the meeting of the Round Tableon
, "The State Institutions of flor-
, ida."

_.= -.. Unity Cirde on Wednesday after-
noon. Dr. G. Hardy Clark, of Waterloo
-
r Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your Iowa, will give an address on CARL DANN WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.
. health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and "The Home Training of Children." I

t proper strength of the drugs you take.

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and ADDRESS TODAY
harmless. REAL ESTATE D. WARING, Manager
fresh; our beautifiers are

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round Rev. Eleanor Gordon, by request,
Block Phone No.
and 6 Watkins 6311115tf
4
Rooms
and you will never go anywhere else for them. speaks on Sunday morning on "Why I

J\1ERUI'S: : IJ>:FEARMA.CY: : I Am a Unitarian" COMPANY


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\ riously i wounded or dying of some dis- I .

ZONE ;ease. Across the tops on unsafe !

boards, hanging feet down from the

of f MISS NELLIE BLYA Y insecure rear are as many more as
:ran: find clinging space. .
They are the less helpless if not j

FEATURE FORSENTINEL I less serious, cases. Feet, arms, heads, j
must sit up. There would be no ':

room to carry new soldiers and new j

:munition if all injured were permitted -

to lie down.
Shops Kept Closed -.t i a. t

The shops are all closed. A proclamation f t '

The following correspondence was I issued by the general advisesall I

the last Miss Nellie Bly, special cor- shops to be closed, as the breaking pL
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respondent for the International News i of Hindenburg's line may mean : 44 ;

Service in Austria, wrote before leaving ;another attack on Przemysl. This t

the fortress of Przemysl, whichis 1 bringing down of all iron shutters I.w. -.:, s .
now ringed by an iron wall of Rus ,does not mean much, anyway. Merchandise s t. t 1's It Est sex I. t''a.Y .

was exhausted in this fort- F i1itpAi
sians.
By Nellie Bly ress weeks ago. Nothing is left that 'I

Przemysl, Nov. 3.-We are to leave ;anyone wants, much less what one

this fortress today. I am sorry, but I needs. No new stock can be had, as : 9 A

under military command one can only the railroads have only time for soldiers :

t obey. Every moment is interestinghere. I and arms and the transport of : .

I sit in the Coffee House Stie- those who have fought and still live I 'fr

It is impossible to writein barely live. I 'I>' j' C
her writing. j"
The coffee house They do not relate now the tale of I r- @. .;.: I "' 'F :
frozen
my room. ; I : . ; ;
would not be called warm anywherebut their days and nights and weeks of t.1 L ., -

in Galicia. I don't know whetherit hell. Perhaps that may come in time S V ::1 'l r ;

is warmed by the porcelain stove in but now their brains are dulled and

the corner or by the crowd. blunted. The sound of shrapnel whis-

The entire cafe is filled. They are tling in the air, the booming of cannon t

all officers of all degrees, except the dreadful agonized cry of : ; 4 2

those belonging to Colonel John's comrades, "Into the trenches" is all ; L h ;

group. To see a man in civilian at- they think and hear. Even hungerand J
cold have become of little importance -
tire woud make one gaze at him in
surprise. Titles of prince and duke am ashamed even to eat. My :... ,.
heart is bowed in meekness and hu
and "graf" or lord, are so plentifulthat

one ceases to be interested. mility. I eat the black, dirty breadin The lobby of the Alcazar :Music Hall. London Ent!land---one of the three attractive stage settings introduced in
thankfulness.The .
4 Everybody as well as the nobodies abject Archduke Salvator the N Y. Actor Theatre musical triumph "The Red Widow," which will be the offering at the Lucerne Theatre on
Leopold
must come here for his breakfast.
Nothing can be had in the hotels. puts on his fur-lined coat and departs.He Tuesday night. March 9th.

One after the other, officers( hang up enters his motor car at the door. -

their coats and mantles and swords. Off it speeds towards the line whence our two cars. At five and in the dark !

Each must be his own hatbey. They comes that terrific booming. He is we started. We could have no light, I

sit on a lounge by a table and the commander of artillery. A Polish because this train had been fired on

passive, uninterested miniature per- prince, whose name I can not spell two days before. The day before it I
sonage who condescends to take the follows his example. The others still was so dangerous that no train had SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER AT "THE PLAZA'
emain to drink coffee and write cards.
order gazes with dull and uninterested -
I
eyes at his victim, and says: The cathedral was open so I wentin. left.In utter darkness our train left the
It is filled with old wood carvingsand
"Black or white?
fortress, and as it travelled along
Black Bread and Coffee strange old paintings. A crim- the moon hidden behind the clouds; 30 CENTS 40 CENTS
son covered coffin surrounded by can-
That means black or with milk. lIe the only light being an occasional flash -
dles stood before the altar rail. A
brings it on small individual trays. from the engine we could hear the
soldier, his head in bandages, knelt Redishes SouP.
Most always it is a glass of coffee before a paper tinsled decorated pic- crack, crack, crack of infantry. Now Soup Potage de Poulet, a la Bourgoise.
with a spoon in it. On the side used and then a light would appear suddenly Relishes I.
ture of the Virgin and Child. An-
to be three lumps of pressed sugar. in the black sky. It looked likea Potage de Poulet, a la Printan-
I Sliced Tomatoes
other soldier on crutches rattled off to Celery
Now it is one small bit of broken loaf. far distant skyrocket.It iere.
a remote corner. There was only the Queen OlivesSalad __ --- --
A tray of black bread is snatched was shrapnel. They appearedmore SaladShrimp I
three of us in that sacred quiet spot. t
from the next table. One can have and more, the crack of the infantry Salad
Even heathen in these days must be Salade de Cravette
eggs, but scrambled eggs only! For grew less and less. It soundedat
driven to prayer, but the churches are .Flsh.
that and other I won't intervals the the main Fish
one reason on east Fillet de poison, a la Maitre
have them. Almost everybody else empty.Little Baggage AllowedI firing having ceased. The shrapnelgew d'Hotel Fillet de Poison, a la Provencale. .

takes a plate. They are always more and more. Then the schrap- EntreesChoice 1
required no time to pack I had E
brought so, one spoonful on a plate. nel like the firing, ceased, and we nLor.ees Choice Fricassed of Chicken, a
only the linen bag, as I had been or- Roast Pork, Apple
That is absolutely all one can have rolled off into the dark, still night.SCOL"T la Parisienne ,
dered. I said good-bye to the room Sauce
cigars and cigarettes. All Roast Vermont Chestnut
except Turkey, -
with the steam radiator but no heat, Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce.
smoke. The air is heavy and blue. Dressing, Cranberry Sauce.
with hot and cold water faucets, but OTICEIPORTA"T Veal Pot Pie, a la Brouxcloise.Vegetables .
Windows are never opened or cleaned. Western Prime Ribs of Beef,
no water. I hung my key for the All Scouts who members of
The newspapers are read in the are a 1 Anglaise. I
coffee house and postcards are writ- last time on the hook below the tiny troop 4 please take notice that the Creamed Potatoes
slate on which was written "Miss time of meeting has been changed Steamed Rice.Petits Vegetables
ten here. tI is useless to write let- from Monday to Tuesday, 7:15 at the Asparagus Tips in Butter
i Bly. The sponge tied to a string Pois, a lAnglaise
.
ters. Everything must be unsealedfor M. E. church.Scoutmaster Cream Potatoes. Steamed Rice
!hangs on the same nail, so as to expedite J. E. Woodnick. Dessert
the censor to read. So all messages -
fond or otherwise, have to be the registering of the new- 3-6-3t Strawberry Short Cake Deserts
I comer's name.Bookkeeping. Ice Cream
public. Ice Cream
The main street is crowded. It is in Przemysi hotels TilE HOUSE BY THE SIDE OF Beverages Strawberry Short Cake}
must be of the greatest simplicity.A THE ROAD Cheese and Crackers
narrow and cobble-paved. Trucks
I Coffee Tea or Milk
drawn by six horses are hauling can- blackboard in the front hall registers ("He was a friedn to man, and he BeveragesJava
nons out in the direction of the Tyrol one's name opposite one's num- lived in a house by the side of the Coffee, Tea or Milk .
encampment, where we heard mass I ber. The slate on one's door does' road."-Homer.) OUR COFFEE IS FINE
'likewise. When one leaves it is Short Orders a Specialty.
and witnessed the decora-
Sunday There are hermit souls that live with-
tions. I started to count but got erased and that's all there is to it. drawnIn

tired and quit.I Similar simplicity in the United the place of their self content; "GET THE PLAZA HABIT" ;
was in the coffee house all morn- States might lessen work in the divorce There are souls, like stars, that dwell
apart,
ing and the string of cannon never courts. In a fellowless firmament.
stopped. They drive to the left here. Followed by two minature boys,
Often traffic on the right had to stop one with my bag, I went down the There are pioneer souls that blaze '
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and turn otf side streets to allow to four flights of stairs; to the office. - --
Where
highways never ran- ,. ..
pass droves of cattle with the famous There the servants I had never seen But let me live by the side of the road t srs = n_tv --.o-- --::-:: _-__-n-_---=_ __ __ __ ___ .
spreading horns of our almost extinct waited for their small tip. And be a friend to man. .
i-tr..4r itvrtt a h IJrL tiw Mt
srlt/i
Texas steer. These cattle come from Our order was to be at the station -
Let me live in a house by the side of
Hungary. They are fat and healthy. at 3.30. I arrived at 3. Alreadythe the road.

Many Arrested as Spies five soldier servants in our party Where the race of men go bv- .

With unhappy frequency four or were appearing loaded down with baggage. The men who are good and the men ; The "Attractive Way"Florida
who are bad as I.
five soldiers pass with a povertystricken Pictures, guns, bags suitcases I woudl not sjt in the scorner's seat. r
ragged individual in their cameras, Kino Machines coats, Or hurl the cynic's ban-
midst. Sometimes they have two. food cooking apparatus, souvenirs, Let me live in a house by the side of to Northwest .

Often they are boys-very often they etc., were brought until finally there the road, 1p
tre Jews bearded clad in a long dirty was a pile almost large enough to fill And be a friend to man.I L. & X. trains give service to all the leading centers in the 1

Tack coat. Barefooted thin sad, but one car.I see from mv house by the side of Dixie Central West and Northwest They run from Jacksonville

ntearful women and children ran the only woman, was the only the road. Limited to a dozen important terminals. At these they connect
By the side of the highway of life, is
rlongside, moving in and out of the person who obeyed orders and had The men who press with the ardorof and fastest promptly for all the surrounding country. Chicago y

merciless traffic always keeping in but one bag that small enough for hope. the finest Northwest train St. Louis, Cleveland I Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisto t'
sight and nearly always in speaking me to carry. The men who are faint with the
strife. and the only through 0 ville..Atlanta, Montgomery, Knoxville Nashville
reach of their loved taken
ones, being
Many III and Wounded.The .
But I turn not away from their smilesnor serviceouto1Jacksonvile" Evansville and Grand Rapids are
to-what? sick and wounded were being their tears- .. ,
in the forenoon. A fir t-lul
For these are suspected spies, or brought by ambulance stretcher andwagon Both parts of an infinite nlan- train for first-class travel. among the cities reached by I ) i I
Let live in house the side
me mv by ca.trains direct from Jacksonville.
"spione as they call them. Theseare and carried to the train. ,
of the road. Dixie Fiver is the year-round Jacksonville r r rl.11;
dangerous days. It needs but the Great number of soldiers of soldiers, And be a friend to man.I to Chicago train. Leaves the South Atlantic Limited

lying word of an enemy to send a i apparently just arriving were being former city every night Sill p. m., arrives -. ,...m .
man to his death. Time is short, the given bread. "Spions" or spies were know meadows there ahead are brook-gladdened lbicaaoearly the second morning.: -- ThispopulartraiD runs daily by way of Atlanta

foe is battering on the door and deathis ,' being jostled on board between their And mountains of wearisome height; aa. Montgomery Route Express u the 7 and Knoxville: to Cincinnati Louisville,
reaping his greatest harvest sincea captors. One bare footed, dry-eyed That the road passes on through the spa night train from Jacksonville for St. if Indianapolis intermediate
voice spake out and said: "Let I woman ran back and forth seeking long afternoonAnd t Louis. Through Deeper,diningcarservice points. Solid through steel train out of
stretches away to the night, :ksonville at R:15 m.daily,arriv
there be light! p.
unsuccessfully a way to pass the soldiers But still I rejoice when the travelers
What matters one or two more? No I at the door so as to follow a rejoice Some L. & N. Service Points T i' ingCncinnatiandLouisvilleearly ,

one has time to listen or care. Friendscan Jew with a fur-tailed church hat who !! And weep with the strangers that Time cards and information regarding schedules furnished on ap li- next Electric evening lighted one coaches.draw-night out.

not sympathize. Their own woes had been pushed into the train.A I, Nor live moan.in mv house by the side of cation. Tell use hen you plan to start! on your trip_where you want to ingroom and observation i

claim all their pangs. Even tears pale, ragged, hatless boy tried to the road. gn and what route you prefer. We will work out the schedules for you. leepers..Dining cart serve

have ceased to fall. Who can weep dodge under a soldier's gun. He had I Like a man who dwells alone. Reservations cheerfully made. Write, wire or 'phone us. When you get to meals including supper
for one when thousands are dead and tied in a handkerchief some belongings Jacksonville will that tickets
Let me live in mv house by the side we see your are ready for you and assist you in leaving Jacksonville
thousands dying every hour? or perhaps food for a spy. He of the road. checking baggage, etc. One of our representatives is at all our departing trains. Daylight ride

There go four soldiers carrying a could not evade the loyal watchful Where the race of men go bv- Help in planning trips gladly given. If you are undecided as to route drop us a line. through Georgia
stretcher. On it lies a motionless guard. He whined and pleaded in a They are weak pood they are bad, they are Pt'rhapse ran make a suggestion that will: interest you and help to a decision. We want Tennessee and .

form, covered with his blanket. A weak, thin voice, but the guard was Wise foolish-so they are am strong I. to serve you in all travel matters Give us the chance and ire how quickly we will respond.. Kentucky

woman carrying something tied in a unmoved. Then whv should I sit in the scorner'sseat I
large handkerchief trots behind. On Our party arrived like a tourist par- H. C BRETNEY, Florid- Passenger Agent, Louisville & Nashville Railroad

the wagons following those splendid ty, glasses and bottles swung over Or hurl the cynic's ban? 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167)), Jacksonville, Honda .
Let me live in house by the side t
cattle begins that endless caravan of I their shoulders, but carrying luggage? of the road my I Direct and diverse routes to the California Expositions. Write for details. 4

death. They are all of the pattern I I Oh, no! Each flew to see if among the And be a friend to man. I

have described and in which we trav- I heaped-up luggage the patient soldiers -Sam Walter Foss. i :

eled. Lying helpless in the bottom or I had theirs. .!_: _
j Take your Kodak films to RObin-I
huddled ill
mortally
men-Cither se I I Colonel John arrived and led us to son.


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THE DAILY rescue them. a serious blunder, and we shall branded the utterances as traitorous { .- ey
"But, as we say above, we I be loath to treat the report as and base falsehoods.
South Florida SentinelMORNING doubt that Senator Fletcher is true until we are more fully ad- \
correctly quoted in this dispatch.At vised. However, there is a theory i Senator Fletcher has made the mis-I I I
AND WEEKLYW. rate he ought to let the from which practice makes take of his career and '
!M. GLENN .....................Editor public any hear from him the sub- few that very ;( UnjUstifia-1
exceptions is
W. C. ESSINGTOV ......Ba"i.... Manager on every man % i factory explanation of his
ject. allowed to make the fatal
error,
------ attack
ble is forthcoming and
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florid The Miami Metropolis, commentingupon and it may be that the Senator J I' one
*. a. Second Class Mail Matter. has at last discovered his 'riter suited to placate the editors of
Senator Fletcher's arraignmentof
of doubt.: Florida his political "swan song" has ill! "
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the press, says, "we came across ,"Be the truth of this statementas I
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 j I been: sung and his death knell as a
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 I the article by Louis Ludlow, and as it may, the freedom of the public servant of this state has been
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 "Mr. Ludlow is press is not a matter to be tam-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 a loyal 'press pered with, and the man who undertakes I sounded.
agent' for Senator Fletcher and
Week ly, I: Year ...................... 1.00 can not be accused of adversely well draw such his a course bow against had mightas the; What interests may have aroused
coloring any article that he may I Fletchers ire against the press has
PAYABLE IN
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS soul of American institu-
ADVANCETO write about his friend-what Sen- tions.very We do not mean by this not been revealed; what forces, organ- OUR SILK DEPARTMENT'A [ [
ator Fletcher is reported to have I
ADVERTISERS: statement that all of the press is izations, or groups of individuals
said to that 'Liberal' Religious I
to be regarded with the utmost I
prompted him to assail the
greatest
Union he said.
c.py for display and all thr handsetad.trtiaina undoubtedly favor than
no more we wouldurge I
matt be handesi in at the business And then the Miami Metropolis power of the nation are not known !
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -. that all congressmen are the
the day before publication. This rate applies continues: ideal but we do mean that the but time will eventually clarify the highly interesting display \
to chances for contract ad.ertisina: it is press taken as a whole is the one situation and awaken the public to !.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. "He wants the free cress of
living, vital spark and the only the dangers of a subtle that ':
--- this nation 'throttled'-when gentlemen enemy is is now being made of the
The Sentinel discontinued indispensable organism in our
Subscribers desiring -
like Mr. Lorimer are accused gnawing at the vitals of American i ii
should notify the o-fic in writing on free institutions; without the I |
the date! of expiration otherwise it will be of wrongdoing, the public Senator Fletcher would life. '
continued at the reruar subscription rates must not be told. When gentlemen press i i I
doubtless not be a member of the
until notice to atop is received ;
Telephone. Numb r ....."................ 24<< like Mr. Fletcher support most august legislative body of I NEW
and suslain like Mr.
: gentlemen
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Lorimer, his trusting friends in the world as a representative of a ,
Furnished ;
SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 191;). his home state must not know of free people. j Completely

it! It looks so bad in print andit The Sentinel has read the dispatchand AMERIGAN

SENATOR FLETCHER'S UNWARRANTED is so much easier to make itstext, is so weighted down with i Home Including a !
alignments and travel in sort
AND UNJUSTIFIABLEABUSE of company if there is a any certainty loathsome medievalism and dark,men- Fine Piano i COLORSFor

OF THE AMERICAN that no 'tyrant press' is goingto acing, unwarranted statements that
tell all about; it to the fellows the Sentinel is as loath as the Tampa I I II
FREE PRESS
AT A GREAT
who provide the votes! Tribune to accept its authenticity.The BARGAIN
In a recent address Washington 'The newspapers todty are
Senator Fletcher is reported by a tyrannical molders of public opin- address, however, as reportedby I Modern residence ol nine I [ Spring 1915]
ion and have in the well known Washington i
dispatch to have used the following inspired publicmen cor- rooms and bath Completely \
press a fear of the press that is respondent, Louis Ludlow, can not be I
strong words in an attack but of cowardice,' furnished. Fine location
a species says entirely discredited, for ha'ingper- I Represented in Dainty Silk
upon the free press of the country: Senator Fletcher, but Senator for rooming house. Large
sonally met Mr. Ludlow at i
Fletcher has been interviewingthe Indianapolis -
was What born is with today the called birth the of this free nation press, wrong type of public men to and knowing his integrity as a lot 77x225. Garage and seri i Fabrics of choice qualities--

and this free press has become a tyrant pet this idea. The man who has newspaper man, his account of the vants quarters. Beautilu; I

These, fearless fellows and should unrestrained.have *been* as nothing a public to hide servant, courts, he publicity under-; address must be accepted as true. oak shade trees and some I all Manufactured. Dyed and I

stopped right then. Such an institu- stands that his acts should be What would the late Joseph Pu- fruit. Owner will sacrifice at I

tion as this so-called! free press never open under to whose the scrutiny suffrance of the he people holds litzer have said and thought in read- only $7000. Terms half cash Finished in the United States '
should have been allowed. ing an address of such a bitter nature I
his place and that his integrityand jand balance I, 2 and 3 years
The today are tyran-
newspapers ? Horace Greely, Joseph ed ill,
for in the
pub-
ability are use
nical molders of public opinion, and Included in the Display are :
lic business. Charles Dana, and all of the brilliant
in fear of '
have inspired public men a
the press that is but a species of cow- "Apparently Senator Fletcherhas editors that struggled in the in- 'Cooper Atha
been made uncomfortable by
ardice. That is why public men fearto he has fancy of American journalism to enlighten CORDED SILKS
some publicity, or perhaps
attack the press. (Senator Fletcher civilization free 1 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
friends who have been made uncomfortable by a press?
his auditors to "take
urged up
arms against the tyrant press," but but the 'Liberal' Re- With one accord they would have I Phone No. 311 PLAIN and CHIFFON
for ligious Union was, from its name,
did not advocate any specific plan
muzzling the news columns.) no place! for him to.u. that. I .. TAFFETAS
Since the earliest days of this nation arms be taken up against the -ty- ;
the free has worse rant press.' It is among liberal j
press grown SATIN RADIUM i
and worse, and if some brake is not minds that the freedom of the ]
applied, if some stopping point is not press gets its strongest support
while the best religion is that CASCADEUX CREPE
raised, it will continue to grow worse
and worse past the point of forbearance. which fearlessly contends for the
about whom uncovering of the noisome things
The very people CREPE DE CHINES
the chains of this free press are boundare that flourish in the dark and wax
the people who kiss those chains strong under the protection of
like the lowest and meanest slave. smug hypocrites who go on the PEAU DE CYGNECASHEMIRE
principle' that the 'ignorance of Do You RealizeYour
Of the exchanges that come to the the populace is the best bulwarkfor DESOILE
Sentinel's desk only two feel as does the power of the over-lord.'

the irate Senator Fletcher in his un- "Xo; Senator Fletcher has been

called for abuse of the press. talking wrong! crowd.things The over every-day with peo-the Insurance Contract Sometimes Introducing the New Amer-

These two journals are the Orlando ple want the news-and all of it;
Reporter-Star: they want free comment on pub- Saves You From Bankruptcy ? ican Colors

"The editor of the ReporterStar lic business and public questionsand ,
has read a part of Senator public men; they want to rely ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUE
Fletcher's lecture, and finds no upon their newspapers to tell THEREFOREIt ARIZONA SILVER
fault with his utterances. * them all that there is to know-
Senator Fletcher is correct. The and, Senator Fletcher to the con- PALM BEACH

line should be drawn somewhere, trary, they will form their own stands to reason that it should be cor- OREGON GREEN
and it could be without impingement intelligent opinions from the DELAWARE PEACH
upon a full exercise of the facts in the case. rectly drawn so that you can realize on NEWPORT TANGETTYSBURG
libertv contemplated by the fath- "Publicity is a purifying force
ers of the constitution." that is death to evil things; it is it when you have a fire. It is as necessary GRAY
the in the world,
greatest
TUXEDO
power BROWN
-and the Lakeland News, edited by today, but it does not lie exclu- as the examination of the title to PIPING ROCK
your
M. F. Hetheringtou: sively in the tyrannical hands of .

"Senator Fletcher is entirey the newspaper men-it belongs to property.For NORTH CAROLINA VIOLET
right in his protest against the the public which has a right to An inspection cordially invited. Samples
demand that it be told all that it
and reckless abuse and
coarse cheerfully sent to out-of-town customers.
criticism of public men by more should be told about the matters Rates and other Information Call
which its welfare is involved"And
jn
than a few of the newspapers"In
reply to Senator Fletcher's not to be outdone, other news- on or Phone

speech the Tampa Tribune is so astounded papers who are fearlessly striving to OUR MILLINERY ANDREADYTOWEAR

that it doubts the dispatch: advance the already high standardsof

"The Tribune seriously doubtsif the American and Floridian press
Senator Fletcher usd the lan- bitterly rebuke Fletcher for his re .

guasre which is ascribed to him ina marks. Among these is the Arcadia The highest of euconiums seem inade-

Washington special in regardto News which says the senior senator quate to express the praises bestowed by
the press. * No complaintcan S. Y. WAY
be made about the Senator's has blundered. I our customers upon some of our Creations.Not .

quoted remarks as to the news- "It is indeed hard to believe j' only are the styles we show so distinctly -
paper criticisms of George Washington that Senator Fletcher, a man who original, without being in the least .
and other great men. or to has proven time and again to be i| .
his vigorous denunciation of whatis so well poised. should make such I Insurance and Real Estate Agent extreme, but they are priced so remark-

termed the 'mrck-rakinsr: press.' ably reasonable that our new standard of

But when the Senator includesthe values have been a revelation to many. .
entire press of the country, Doctors I PHONE 172
It
without exception, in his attack,
we insist that he shows not only t

little ness and discretion bitterness, but which an unfair-does Bueki ester & Brnndagcj!! ,! SANDNot

not befit one of his high station OSTEOPATHS i for a decade has there been sucha
and one who has been so liberally
showered with honors and lauda- Personal instruction under Dr. Still demand for one particular color as there

tions by the newspapers of his at Kirksville, Mo. is at the present time for SAND and

own and other states. 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples I, shades that graduate from almost an

The Tribune then inserts an excerptof National Bank. Phone 578. I Oyster tone, to a deep Bisque or Putty.
Senator Fletcher's speech printedabove -I\ Anticipating the demand several months
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ago ,
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It is hard to believe that Sen- so that at the present time, we are in the

ator Fletcher used these words. unique position of being able to demon-

If to he account did the for Tribune them. is What at a manner loss- $200 $225 $250 and so on : strate this extremely fashionable color in

of offense has the press given: DRESS GOODS
the Senator? It must have been I
of recent occurrence, because we I PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS

have diTerent! heard opinion.him express In what entirely way to $500 or $550 j HOSIERY

has the press proved a 'tyrant or up i MILLINERY
so disturbed his complacency that
READYTOWEARSHOES
he has reached the conclusionthat j

the public should take uparms | Any price want to for one of the choiceTHORNTON I GLOVES, TIES
against it and seek" its extermination you pay

? Men's Suits, Men's Shirts, :Men's Ties,
"Surely no man who ever occu-
pied a place in the public life-of :Men's Hats :Men's Sox, :Men's Gloves.
Florida has been the recipient of PARKLots.
greater courtesies or favors from Ii
the press of this state than has i
Senator Fletcher. Surely no man

has the more newspapers reason to which be gratefulto repre- Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re w


ency.sent and It speak ill becomes for his any constitu-man strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask i DIOKSON'IYES CO.

holding public office by the gift

of the ne'spapus-for people and the assistanceof where is your dealer if you care to see these lots.

the public official who is not ob-
ligated to the newspapers for
omissions if not for commissions .DEPARTMENT STORE.
?-to denounce the press,
especially in such indiscriminate .. .. I
fashien as appears in this reportof
this speech.! TAYLOR & THORNTON \. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

"We find it timely to imagine The Store of true service, of never-failing
what would become of some of cour-
' our most eminent statesmen if tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-

the press as a whole should joinin chandise, at right prices
a concerted plan to ignore ProprietorsIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMItillllllllllllMrMMMMMMIMIIMM
them. They would very quickly ORLANDO FLORIDA
subside into an obscurity' from I

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR The following is the program, to ass
cordially invited: STARTING AT 8.15 P.M. Usual Matinee and up until 8
March 7th13th. Leader, Miss Cary-Elwes.
Opening prayer. o'clock
j Sunday Topic, Bishop Huntington; Miss C.
Usual services in all the churches. Robinson. &
3 p. .-Civic League benefit at Topic, War With Japan and Its Effects I
Grand theatre. I Upon China Missions; Mrs.. A.
Monday B. Whitman. "TICKET OF LEAVE MAN"A

3:30 p. m.-Rosalind Club business I Reading; Deaconess Parkhill.
meetinj Hostesses: Mrs. T. H. Evans, Mrs.E .
Biograph special feature
Mission Study class Chapter House. I LaRue Bliss, Mrs. Geo. E. McCul '
ALWAYS r\PI'HOl'RlATE-\LWAYS 0
Miss Mary McCullough, hostess for lough. THE FIFTH OF THE SPECIAL complete in two parts. WELCOME

alumnae of the National Park Semi-I - I is a gift of Cut Glass. In our present showing we have many
II
nary. PROGRAM AT beautiful articles deep cut rich
tn designs such
I I as water sets,
8 "Bachelor Girls" and ATTRACTION SERIES
p. m.- es- THE GRAND. .
corts; Miss Aupusta Wright, hostess. I The program of the sacred concert 'THE BATTLE OF SXAKEYILLE" fruit dishes, celery trays, water bottles, vases, salad bowls, fern
Triangle Society; social and business -I to be given at the Grand theatre this dishes cologne bottles, powder and pull jars, etc., all specially
meetingIethodist church. I afternoon, starting at 3 o'clock sharp, I priced.
Tuesday"Auctioneers follows. A pen ntage of the receipts .
t ;" :Mrs. Fudge, hostess. i i I will be given to the charity committee .Another of those screaming ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
Junior :Matrons Card Club; Mrs. I. 01 the Civic League. No admis- Essany Comedies. ,
Gordon Wright, hostess. I sicn will; be charged but members of I
Sorosis Club; current events; Mrs.Wnjjht. the committee will take up a collec- I I p.. dI
r == .
I .. z0
Mrs. Cheney,.Mrs. Overstreet, tion during the concert. MRS. WILLIAM C. CHILTON
Miss Branham. I Poet and Peasant, overture, (Sup "CRYSTALS, THEIR MAKING,
Wednesday" Poet and Peasant,overture (Sappe).
10 a. m.-Equal Suffrage League, By request. One of America's Leading HABITS, AND BEAUTY"An ,
Urity Chapel. Ases Tod, from the Peer Gynt --- FOR FINISHING DOORS
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3 p. m.-Twentieth Century Club; Suite (Greig). I I i AND WAINSCOTING
Mrs. Hudson, hostess. Nonodramists.ADMISSION Edison Comedy.
Light Cavalry, overture, (Suppe) We have the best stains and
Unity Circle; "The Home Trainingof Intermezzo (\Vhelpley). : varnishes
the Child;" Dr. G. Hardy Clark. Hymns; of the Old Church Choir manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
New Lucerne weekly dance. I 50 CENTS Well, is
(Solman) I I seeing believing. And the
Thursday Arabian Twilight, descriptive; Oriental HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" way to see it is to put it on your
"Here and There" Club; Miss Mc- l| Caprice, 9 he Approach of the I doors. If
don't it's the best
Mullen hostess.Kil Camels, '1 he Monk's Processional, The you say
\ \
Kare Klub; Mrs. Feinberg, hos- Call to Prayer, Dance of the Dervish- I III material you ever used for the money,
tess. I ers (Luscomb). {5 cents 10 cents < ti. we'll stand the expense. That's fair,
"Gentlemen's evening" at the Rosalind Raymond overture, The Queen's Se- isn't it?
Club; Mrs. O'Neal, chairman.I I I cret (Thomas). 1
t \\-p Friday; : Mr. Fritz liauer will appear in his 111111111111 or; 111111 D 1111I. 1. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Dr. and Mrs. Blackman, mu- \ pleasing solo work, but at this writing -
sicale and reception, Rollins College. has chosen his numbers. LucerneTOMORROW -
not 205 S. Orange Avenue
Dance, Rossmore Windermere.. I Orchestra of twelve soloists under FAVORTE THEATRE .I I' ;

Saturday the direction of Mac Tahman. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Entre Nous Card Club; Miss
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Branch, hostess. I. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. in.Admission i

Saturday Auction Bridge Club. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prince, of Buf- "RUNAWAY JUNE" 5 Cents -

ENTRE NOUS -0- falo, N. Y., arrived in Orlando several yes- Getting better with every in-
CLUB. terday afternoon to spend
CARD
weeks. They express great satisfac- stallment. w"I'II'IIIIIII"'IIII'IIIO WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
The Entre Nous Card Club delightfully
was -
"THE WORLD UPSTAIRS" _
tion at the attractiveness of the city
ing by Mrs.entertained David Rogers.yesterday Mrs.morn-Fort and its surrounding territory and may A Reliance Drama. ) D.\.rs PROGRAM hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
invest in realty before returning to New I
Something new Something
the for the highest "BRANCH NO. 37"'A
won prize score.
their home in the Empire State. 3-Reels 3
Try it. Ask About it.
:Miss Mary Rock received the guest I Majestic Drama featuring
prize. After the games, tea, salad Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
I Fischer. Imp. Drama. "Redemption. A
and sandwiches were served. Mr. Wm. E. Lockerby, of Minneapolis I I three or more
-0- Minn., is among the visitors in "COLORED VILLIANY" drama of the Rockies, in two parts. Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
MISS BREWER Orlando. He is infatuated with this I I A Keystone Komedy." Nuff Sterling. Comedy. "In and Out." COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
WAS HOSTESS. section and is looking around with I, A rip-roaring comedy, with Max POTATO SALADJ.
Miss Eda Brewer entertained the the view of investing and making this sed. Asher.
K. E. Sorority girls at five o'clock tea city his permanent residence. He I' FIVE BIG REELS FOR THE Five cents to all. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
yesterday afternoon at the Winter owns a pretty grove at Forest City, I'I SAME LITTLE PRICES 26 Bakery
Park Golf Club house. Many Orlando but thinks he would be happier in
girls are members of the K. E. and Orlando than anywhere else, and a - NOTICEMendelssohn
were guests at this pretty affair. house here is his chief desire. .-
Others visitors in the city who are
REGULAR D. A.--0-R. at the San Juan hotel include Mrs. VENEER CORES Club rehearsal Mon
MEETING.The John Moore, Mrs R. Wilder, Birmingham day evening. Work to begin promptly Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
regular monthly meeting of the Ala.; C. II. Graham, and Mrs. $1.25Per at 8 o'clock.
D. A. R. chapter met with Mrs. Annie Whitney, Unionville, Conn.HUI'MOBILE .
Mallory yesterday afternoon. A large Strand I_
number of members and visiting Up
Daughters were in attendance. The FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND

report tion at from St. Petersburg the annual was state given conven-by The Hupp Motor Car company says: OAK WOOD I FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

:Mrs. Ford, who, with Mrs. Cheneyand "We believe the Hupmobie to be the Orlando Wood YardB.
Miss Slemons, were delegates.Mrs. best car in its class in the world." j

Ford was appointed delegate to This belief seems to be common todayto w. Kin sley, Proprietor i, Established 1886
the Continental Congress at Washington .
the critical automobile buying pub- PINE STREET AND R. R. ,
City in April. An excellent paperon Telephone 344
"Rosa Bonheur-Woman in Art" lic throughout the country; thereforeit 9-30
was read by Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. Dowgave is rapidly becoming the "car of the
an interesting paper on" "American American family." I CURTIS & O'NEAL
Progress on the Pacific. It was :
decided to hold the annual D. A. R. OSTEOPATHY
picnic on March 27, the date of the Rev. Walter C. Pierce, of Jacksonville I r
discovery of Florida by Ponce de will preach at Unity Chapel on
Leon. I!Sunday, March 14, Miss Gordon goes I DR. J. C. HOWELL I INSURANCE LOANS

WILL ADDRESS-- ;to Jacksonville for that Sunday.A :, Osteopathic Kirksville Physician Graduate and Surgeon

UNITY CIRCLE. I I Consultation Free REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gore inviteda I
GOOD TURKEY DINNER will -
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
few friends in on Friday eveningto be served at Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room IIoteL t ,.
meet Dr. G. Hardy Clark and wife, Sunday, March 7th. Reserve places. I Office Phone 716 Residence 1018
Dr._ Margaret.: Vaupel Clark, of Waterloo I 3-6-2t I Orlando;, Fla.
Iowa. Dr. G. Hardy Clarkwill
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friends on Wednesday afternoon on MMIMMItllHIMtQillMM MMMMtneeMflieiMMtAPRIL
"The.Home Training of Children."
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SOCIETY MEETSTOMORROW.. WEDDINGSRequire For Sale

The Triangle Society of Young Pea the prompt placing of orders for engraved .
ple will hold their business meetingand i invitations. Our samples represent the very latest
social at the Methodist church to- shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined House eight rooms. Lot 65j xl67. Price
morrow evening at 8 o'clock. All
and fashionable
members of the B. Y. P. U., Christian society. ,
Endeavor, and Epworth League are WE LEAD in originating artistic effects with fine
expected to be present. material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for $4500.00. A bargain.

-0- samples, which will be supplied free of charge.J. .

LENTEN STUDY CLASS.MISSION P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding

The weekly Lenten Mission Study Stationery Engravers, 47 Whitehall St. Atlanta,
class will meet Monday afternoon at Ga. .
3:30 o'clock at the Chapter House. .11111111111111 .1111 .11. 1.11. '
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THE MOST PRETENTIOUS MUSICAL COMEDY EVER OFFERED TO THE THEATRE

THE SCENIC ORIGINAL AND ELECTRICAL ASTOR THEATRE I'RODUCGOERS OF ORLANDO AND VICINITY. THE N. Y. ASTOR THEATRE TRIUMPH 20 PRETTY SONG HITS 20

IN ALL ITS SPLENDID ENTIRETY ....
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EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. INTRODUCING t

"In Society, It's Always Dress Parade."
An Entire Season at the .
"" e Will) Go .ol\ Aglow I To Go Go.r.
ASTOR THEATRE, NEW YORK
"I Love You Dear." '

Twelve Weeks at the ,i TH Never Look At a Pretty Girl Again."
COLONIAL THEATRE, BOSTON "When Woman Is The Question." :
a t "Just For You."
Twelve Weeks at the "I'm a ',"onderfulIan: in Yonkers." i
GRAND OPERA HOUSE, CHICAGO i
"Soldiers of the Czar"And

Six Weeks at the a dozen others that will linger (in
FORREST THEATRE, PHILADELPHIA :' s ." jour memory like the fragrance from a

And at every first-class Theatre in the Book and Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf Authors "The Beauty Shop," "My: Best bouquet of beautiful flowers.
United States. Canada, England, Germany Girl," "The Perfect Lady," etc. _
Music Charles Gebest -- -
France and Australia. by
AN INCOMPARABLE: COMPANY: OF FIFTY, INCLUDING "THE RED WIDOW'IS
Americas Foremost Ball Room Dancers
PRUETTE, JR., LILLIAN LUDLOW
Without exception or qualification, the AND TIlE CUTEST SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS IN ALL CREATION IS THE NICEST LITTLE LADY IN ALL
most gorgeously costumed production THE LAND-ASK ANYBODY WI\O\

ever shown on any stage. PRICES, $1.50, $1.00, 75c., and 50c. Tickets Selling Now at Estes Drug Store. KNOWS HER., ,.


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Most: of their sales are of complete ing today?' 1i i i him greatly. He mentioned it to a I I a grand promenade de toilettes which is very obliging and teaches anyone
outfits, indicating that the recruits to I''"1 "The caddy did not answer. friend. I is pleasing to both men and women, who desires to learn it the nnevj; Buffalo -
DAILY SPORT LETTER the golfing ranks will be increased by 1 I'I 1 "'I say, caddy,* repeated the golfer,' "Don't get discouraged; keep right I. as it shows the newest sensations of Dip, Dop, Dip, the big feature
'the thousands in every big city in the "I asked if you ever saw any one playa 'at it," advised the friend. "You'll beI this fall season in all their magnificence with the "Red Widow" show. Miss
BY FRANK G. MENKF country this year. worse game of golf than I am play- !la great golfer some day. l Ludlow took her first dancing lesson t
The Ramous. New York Sporting -0- ing today?' j "What makes you think so?" asked "The Red Widow" carries a work- when she was two months old. When
Expert. "'I got you the first time,' an- the dub golfer. she old she
The fad earnest golfers ing crew of eight grizzled old vet- I was one year began using
(r is to have new a few among"action" photographstaken 'swered the caddy. 'I was just think- a "Because all the golfers at the club erans of stage mechanics who never snake oil and thus became proficient
The golfing clan has answered the l of themselves. The photo- ing.:" predict that you'll be a rank failure." have had the glory of appearing be- !in dancing the famous Sioux Indian
frost call of spring and the vanguardof graphs, which catch the golfer in full -o- fore the public but who, like the hid- snake dance. >
its army is abroad on the links to- swing, are good teachers. They show A woman is a woman whether she's "THE RED WIDOW" den hands of marionettes stand and The "Red Widow" is distinguishedby
day making vicious assaults upon the pull the of this its remarkably strong arrAy of
strings gigantic
has that
up many faults that a golfer ,'a golfer or not. If you don't believe I pro-
little globule. he never imagined he had. 'it, here's a yarn from the Februaryissue I The most massive production of the duction. feminine beauty, good singers and
The ice hasn't melted from the C. O. Hazlet,the great British golf- I'I'I I of the Golfer's Magazine to bear t' season is the Astor theatre, New I The costuming which is of innum- dancers. New York, Philadelphia,
ground in some sections of the North; *r, always was considered a marvelof us out: I!York, musical play, "The Red Widow erable charm and splendor is so extensive -i I Pittsburg, Chicago, St. Louis andi
here and there the snowflakes linger That because all the j i I that four Frisco all pronounced the show'a decided -
grace. was I. A woman who has not been playing i which is booked for Tuesday, lady knights of the '
still. But that is not considered a pictures taken of him were posed .'golf so very long appeared in a tour- |March 9, at the Lucerne theatre. The needle are constantly needed for its I "hit."
handicap by the golfers. Somebody fairs. A photographer snapped af-I nament at the Lakeside club of Ta- (company numbers over fifty people care. They, too, like their coworkers I i
discovered a robin in the northern let recently,while he was at the" I coma. The only club she had was a I I and the scenic and electric effects areI the mechanics, never appear be- Ij j I When the driver of a jitney bus in
part of the country the other day and of his swing, and even Hazlet could ;j:',brassie. She drove, approached, putted I so heavy and numerous that it takes fore the public but linger in the shad- : Kansas City had the picture of,a big
the golfers have taken that to mean hardly believe that the clumsy appearing and played in the bunkers with two sixty-foot baggage cars to trans-: ows of the limelight with a wary eye, five-cent piece painted on his car to
that spring really is in our midst. was really himself. I club. I and a deft finger.
party the one port same. j advertise the fact that he would carry
And so the golfers are golfing again -0- I "Why didn't you bring your other I The first act is laid in an English I The specialty dances of Mr. William! passengsr for a nickel, he thought it
and they will continue golfing until 1 Woodrow Wilson, who presidents j club?" asked a friend. 'music hall' with the unique effect of Pruette and Miss Lillian Ludlow in was a clever idea. He changed his
the zero weather and the blizzard of for these United States, tells this ]i| "Too much trouble to carry them I a theatre on the first night of a new the "Red Widow" are pronounced to mind in a hurry and only escaped a
nex twinter chases them to the pro- golfing story: ''all around," replied the one-club player production, carried out to its full. be a veritable sensation. This little possible fine of $100 by covering the
tection of the old base burner. "A certain golfer became disgusted f ,"so I picked out the prettiest one." There is seen a stage upon a stage lady is one of the sweetest looking painting before it was seen by government .
- 'with his game after the first three' -0- and the play within the play with the girls on the stage. She is 18 years officials. It is unlawful to
Sporting goods houses throughoutthe I holes, and turning to his caddy, said: A new beginner at the golfing game effect of the raising and the loweringof old and was born in Buffalo, N. Y. 'make a picture of any coin or bill,
country report the heaviest early j "'Have you ever seen any one play mangled the turf and missed his the curtain, which is followed by The late dances were taught her by foreign or domestic, and no violationof
sales of golfing equipment in history. I a worse game of golf than I am play- ''drives in such a way as to discourage the wealth and beauty of England in Prof. Wolfe of New York city. She this law will be tolerated.




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TUESDAY, MARCH 9th

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; iti Book and Lyrics by Channinj Pollock and Rennold Wolf,
iMt: a Authors "The Beauty Shop." "My Best Girl." "The
Perfect Lady," Etc. Music bj" Charles Gebest. \

AJ A Splendid Company of SO i

1- INCLUDING ,
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I WILLIAM PRUETTE, Jr.-LILLIAN LUDLOW !

America's Foremost Ball Room Dancers

Girls, more girls, and still mere girls-also a few beys-who lend chasm to the fascinatirg musical comedy, "The I THE CUTEST SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS IN i

Red Widow" which will reign merrily at the Lucerne Theatre on Tuuc y night, March 9th. ALL CREATION "
j I Entire Original Scenic and Electrical Production ,

Golf Club, Waybridge, England, last Flaherty, Owen, Dunkle, Altrock. that sovereing state, a more bitter I PRICES: $1.50 $1.00, 75c. and 50c.
year. 1904-Patterson, Owen, Altrock, and denunciatory protest, than the Seats on sale 9 a.m. Saturday Mar. 6 at Estes Drug Store .
DAILY SPORT lETTER White, Flaherty, Frank Smith, Strick- suggestion that the New York mar-
New York.-Billy Sullivan quits the lett, Ed Walsh, Dougherty. riage bureau be moved from historic
BY FRANK G. MENKF While Sox-and probably the major 1905-Altrock, Walsh, Owen, Pat- City Hall to the newer and more or-
terson, White, Smith. nate municipal building has evoked
The Famous New York.Sporting leagues--with a record of having A
Expert. I caught and coached more famous 1906-Walsh, White, Owen, Patterson from Alderman John J. ("Happy
'pitchers than any backstop that ever Altrock, Smith, Fiene. Jack") Riordan. We have arrived. Our stock is fresh.
Clipped Oats ______ $2.45 Alfalfa ____________
Meal
New York.-A pair of gorgeouslygood figured in the national game. 1907-Walsh, White, Smith, Alt- i Somebody or something, most likelyit ---- -- $1.80
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English golfers will be busting Sullivan's fame as a catcher will rock, Patterson, Fiene. I was a newspaper, made the asser- Scratch Feed ____________$?_.20 Rice Brewer's Bran Grain- --________-___$1.60$1.65 '(
into our community very shortly, pre- last as long as baseball history re 1908-Walsh, Smith, Altrock,Owen, tion that the dark and dismal base- Marco Sweet ____________$1.80 Fla. Dairy --__--________$2.00 ,
mains. He was a wonderful catcherin Manuel, Nelson. ment of the old city hall was not a A few of our prices for today. Deliveries made only Mondays,
pared to teach the young-and old- his youth and even to two 1909-Walsh, White, Smith, Alt- cheerful and fitting place for the Wednesdays and Thursdays.. A
years
Americans how to shoot-golf balls. : up abode of Since Father Knick- TERMS-Cash with order, or C. O. D. A rebate of 5c. per
ago, after 17 years in professional rock, Owen, Burns, Jim Scott, Fiene, Hymen. sack if you deliver your own goods. A
One of them is Wilfred Reid. He'll baseball, he ranked as the White Sox ,Suter, Olmstead. erbocker, it pointed out, has a brand Our delivery boy is instructed to bring the money of the goods.
do the teaching at the Sea View Golf mainstay. I 1910-Walsh, White, Smith, Burns, new skyscraper for his very own,with There will be no deviation from the above terms. 1 J;
Club, Atlantic City, N. J. The otheris Sullivan, who was released unconditionally -j j I. Young, Scott, Lange, Olmstead. plenty of bright and airy rooms, it Get into the Pay-as-you-go habit.
E. Gow, who will do likewise at the by the White Sox the other j 1911-Walsh, White, Scott, Lange, would be more appropriate to have THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE EXCHANGE
Sleepy Hollow Club, New York. day, began his career in 1896 with !,Olmstead, Young, Baker, Hovlik, I the "marriage mart" in the new quar- Jefferson Street and Railroad Phone 447 a
Reid ranks ampng the best profes- the Dubuque (Iowa) team. In. 1897 Mogridge. ters. a
sional golfers in the world. He has he was with Columbus (Ohio). In I I 1912-White, Walsh, Lange, Benz,
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played for England against Scotlandin 1899 and 1900 he caught for the Bos- Scott, Cicotte, Delhi, Mogridge, Tay- CONTRACTORR. .
every tournament since 1907. He ton Nationals, jumping to the White lor, Peters, Bell, Jordan. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
won the Midland professional cham- Sox in 1901. I 1913-Walsh, White, Scott, Benz, before letting contract, if you are go-
ing to build and want the best house
pionship twice and has smashed so Here is the list of famous pitchersthat Cicotte, Russell, Smith. possible for money invested.P. THERE'S A REASON ..
many records in the British Isles thatit Sullivan has caught in his 17 1914-Walsh, Scott, Benz, Cicotte, O. Box 195. LPhone 478. I' .
takes an adding machine to arriveat years as a big leaguer: !1 Russell, Faber, Wolfgang, Jasper. 2-18-lmoc
the total. 1899-Nichols, Willis, Lewis. I WHY ,.
Reid, who is 30 years old, quit his 1900-Nichols,. Willis, Lewis, Din- NEW YORK MARRIAGE BUREAU The United States navy needs 10,000men. I
instructor at the Banstead SHOULD BEMOVED: However, we have never heardof
job as neen Pittinger Bailey. :
Club, Surrey, England, so he could 1901-Callahan, Piatt, Griffith, Pat- I the out-o-work army having its YOU CAN SAVE ,
grab the Sea View job which pays terson, Skopec, Harvey, Katoll, Hart. New York.-The proposal, once nose pointed in the direction of the
better money: 1902-Griffith, Patterson, Callahan, made, whether in jest or earnest has navy.
Gow is a good golfer. He gained Garvin, Piatt, Katoll, Skopec, Mc- never been determined, to change the $10 to $20
considerable fame in England. He Macklin, E. lIu hesDurham. I name of Arkansas, never drew from Kodak finishing left at Robinson's
Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the
was connected with the Way Manor. 1903-Callahan, Patterson, White, the late fire-eating Jefferson Davis, of next day. 3-3-tf


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The Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the Following ConditionsWe


expect parties interested in either of the two propositions to send their sealed bids to the Florida

Real Estate & Investment Co., care The State Bank of Orlando and Enclose check on any bank in Orlando -

for 10 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Florida Real Estate & Investment Co. will reserve

the right to reject any bid'not covering the price given in sealed envelope by the Company to The State

Bank of Orlando. The price will be very conservative as we will give purchaser the benefit of all expense -


of autos, gifts, brass bands, auctioneers, etc.



Proposition No.2'

Proposition No.
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange -
The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Avenue Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the
day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money
and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126. The
out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning .
house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The Y
five acres are planted with 6 and 8 old Orange and
year Grape
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
Fruit trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkably -
are decorated by: an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above

Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerageconnections the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and a large .
barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than
made, and both streets are bricked paved. 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within
SO days from purchase.



Both Propositions must be investigated to appreciate the truthfulness of all statements madein

this ad and reasons given why the owners will dispose of such valuable properties at an unpre-

cedented low price. Call at our office and we will explain. <[All bids will be opened in your

presence---the time will be announced in this space.



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Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO .
Total Responsibility::
$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00

Surplus ___________25000.00 .

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FOR SALE-A good city residence, ziI1l4cI;
PRICESTO with all modern conveniences; part .J un"ber" La-tll Shingles
SENTINEL cash balance on time. Address
"Owner," care Sentinel office.
GETREADY 2-7-lmoc

WANTSThe I i 1 SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY .

CASH I LANDS
I! On the Gulf highlands of the fam-
I ous Sarasota Bay district, South Flor-
dia. Fertile soil heavy and late shippers -,
:Morning Sentinel Want of grapefruit and oranges;heavy
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want I' and early shippers of winter vegetables ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
Brick Road. I' ; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
mate; invigorating salt air from the
Terms Cash in Advance. gulf; pure water from flowing arte-
5 Room House, close in. Easy sian wells; this proved and tested .
RATES land, close to transportation, surrounded -
Terms. ______________
For One Day 25t<< by prosperous groves and Cement
Grove. For Three Days ___________50c farms, we offer at a low price on Royal Afjatite Plaster jPeriection, Lime
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days -______________73c small payment down, balance ten
For One Month ----________$ .50 years at 6 per cent. Large acreage
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2 Lots, Concord ParkSeminole This rate applies on all ads of I now to pick from. Immense leap in
-- - 25 words or less. If the ad con- values will fellow. This special offeris ..
Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate not to speculators, but ot those
will be one cent per word for who wilt actually develop the land.
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- Exceptionally fine class of residents
terms. sertion.If coming in.
you can't bring your ad to Write today for full information. lrd 4id'
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- SARASOTA-VENICE CO., .1I"ur
the above. counts opened by telephone will be Box 609, Sarasota, :na.2211rroc .
payable the following day. .

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Every Home-Every Business- FOR SALE
Every Man has use for a Terms to Suit Purchaser
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Sentinel Want Ad. Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year two KINCAID alit SNOWDENOrlando's \
PHONE 504
W'tklns Block FOR SALE miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
rings or white H. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
FOR SALE-Income producing straw-
-for FineWATCH 2-14-lmo
berry farm; crop goes with place;
CLOCK and bring returns on your investment at Largest and Cheapest
onceand will continue for four FOR RENT ,
JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall months. Will sell or exchange for .
II city property. G. F. Foster, Star LARGE LIGHT ROOMS, in new mod-
on C. VATER whois I Route No. 3, Orlando. 3-5-61 ern home with kitchenette if desired FURNITURE HOUSE ;
; very reasonable for rest of sea-
an expert at this trade I FOR SALE-Small, established cash son and all summer. 14 East Amelia.
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grain and seed business; must sell 3-6-3tc
with many years experience immediately to close estate. For
terms address Box 567, Orlando, Fla.; FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
t Youngs Repair ShopOpp. or call 206 South Orange avenue. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. .. -
3-5-3t&wk
Knox. 11-3-tf
Cost Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH "

FOR SALE-1914 Ford touring car; NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, .

first class condition; extra equip- to adults only. 409 Delaney street. __---- __ n__ _ ------- -- ..._
ment; a bargain. Will demonstratein 10-25-tf
Orlando if desired. Be quick. F. P. r
Knowles, Maitland, Fla. 3-4-6t
WANTED J.

FOR SALE-Horse] harness
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER and buggy, at a bargain wagon; good all WANTED-Good boy, about 14 years
Office corner Orange Avenue and around horse and trusty. Also some old to carry paper route. Applyat
Sale
household R. E. R. F. D. this office. 3-2-tf Clearance
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg. goods. Gray,
No. 2, Highland Grove. 3t6t'FOR
Phone 419.BAKING. WANTED couple to take part ofa
SALE-A good work horse; house furnished for housekeeping; ..
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- temporary or permanent; very rea-
quite No. 19 East Pine street at A. sonable. Box 21, city. 3-2-6t OF
POWDERDEMONSTRATION Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-1mo I
WANTED-For M. E. S. S. orchestra,
pla"ers-"iolin. clarinet, viola,bass. '
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
Call on or address A. A. Patch at
bath
cottage, seven rooms and ,
modem conveniences, roomy porches, Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-Ct
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. Gas Heaters
2-23-tf IF THE PARTY WHO FOUND the
The Calumet Company three set diamond ring, which was
lost in the Arcade hotel, will returnit S
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully the liberal
reward
to manager, a
will have a lady equipped; speedcmeter, Presto tank, will be paid and no questions asked. *

demonstrator at our etc.Ford A Garage bargain., Church Act street.quick. Call 2-12-tf at J. Newton Jeffers. 34It'For Having a few heaters left which we do not wish to car-


store all day Saturdayto FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright ing go cleanest to Robinson's.clearest Kodak finish-3-3-tf ry through the coming summer we are going to close them,

the purity of Weeks grand in piano the recent won by contest Miss will Myrtle be TAKE THE OCKLAWAIIA RIVER out during the month of March at the followipg prices:
prove
sold for benefit of Baptist church trip on your way home. Ask Estes.
their building fund. Piano may be seen 3-2-6t
product.Be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

sure to attend this Weeks 1-13-tfc, 10 Washington street. PALMS $8.50 Heaters for $6.80

Now is the time to plant palms.
public demonstration. FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar We have the best assortment of palmsto 6.50 Heaters for 5.20 .
in A-l condition; chei7> for be had. Also Griffing's Roses give
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor results. W. H. Brokaw. salesman, 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696.4tf 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
2-27-12tc

CARUTHERS & GORE 3.50 Heaters for 2.80
FOR SALE OR RENT With stock TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS I
and tools, best farm in county; variety -House repairs of all kinds done .
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- promptly repairing of leaky" roofs
New Modern G to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock doors; and windows ;
screen a specialty
Grocery ; BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT.
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- sleeping porches, counters, shelling,
er. 1-16-tfc garages office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get our
Phone 200 JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of prices. 18 East Church street. A
the most important items in successful postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo .
growing of fruits and vegetables.
Talk with II. C. McDaniel. lie
has
6 and 8 East Pine St. made a success of growing both. He ATLANTIC COAST LINE will operate
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal" sleeping car from Orlando to Washington -
brand. His experience is worth commencing March 17. Leave
something -
to you. Phone 708. Orlando Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
WATER & LIGHT CO
2-26-lm urday nights on train No. 82. This ORLANDO
car parked for occupancy at 9 p. m.

5 TOURIST( TRAINS 5 5TO FOR PURE DRUGS and fresh garden 3-6-tf

seed see J. L. Dean, Prop. City BUYERS AND SELLERSI GAS DEPARTMENT
Drug Store. 3-4-2wks
buy, sell rent, and e c.ar.ge real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
FOR SALE
over 30 years. Have handled over
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
and truck farming, bordering 20000000. Call and see m.'. I
on a
North and West"DIXIE 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ----
pretty lake and has one-half mile
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford -- -
brick road, this frontage being adapted FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and Established 1870
FLYER""DIXIE for nice home sites could be sub- strawberries, phone II. McDaniel,
; 708. Parties coming to the garden' R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. '
divided into 40 building plots 60x200
LIMITED" citrus feet each fruits, leaving and truck about farming 60 acres; five for prices.for vegetables will be J given:2-20-lmo low 132 Park Place, New York Finlef's Pioneer Paint & Wall PaperStoreHas

"SE II OLE LIMITED" minutes walk to railroad station, Wholesale Dealers and Commission

"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" stores, hotel, school and churches. Umbrellas recovered and repaired Merchants in Florida Orangesand always on hand a large and well selected
When you consider location and good "while you wait," at Young's Repair
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" transportation facilities with other Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Grapefruit stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

advantages the property's real valueis Represented by Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis, dent who needs money. He author- Geo. W. Tull, Orlando; Fla.
Indianapolis, Cleveland, CincinnatiLouisville izes me to sell it for 3000. Who- D. K. DavidsonGOLF Liberal advances made on con- CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
and intermediate points. ever buys this property gets a bar-
gain. For further particulars call on INSTRUCTOR signments.R. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU AT

E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & E. Cocnran, President.T. ;

Dining Cars via and Davis Orange building avenue., corner Orlando.Church street Orlando Country Club L. Turney, Treasurer. FINLEY'S PIONEER i ,

Atlantic Coast Line 131ticLOOK1S Telephone No. 249. l-22-2m ..
I PHONE 6-16 HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
fine city lots for sale. I I
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. Also furnished or unfurnished'
houses for summer rental. Price and It Is Time
terms reasonable. W. II. Eaton AUTO FOR HIRE
W. Fritot, D. P. A., er, 215 South Main street, opposite own- .
Jacksonville, Fla.J. Methodist church. Phone 99 I To Plant Vines FIRST CLASS REPAIRING y
2-27-lmo -.
G. Kirkland, D. P. A., BARNARD & SON The 14ar1zet: t
Tampa, Fla. FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- Bignonia
per Colony for sale at a bargain if 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 I VinestaBougainvillea 12-10-lm I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
acres of as good land as there is in
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Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE |
all under fence; 6 room house, auto FRESH AND SALT MEATS

and corn wagon crib and sheds poultry, feed house barn;,crop stables and, Palms and Ferns Dr. S. S. Jones | Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

.. some farming toots co with place. Everything screened away from the flies and kept freAh

S. S. Bowman, Taft Fla.2-19-d&wk-lmo CHIROPRACTOR i i and pure.

VIOLET graduate Davenport College, 17 and' We inrite inspection and guarantee Bath! factlon. We bye

DR. L. H. RAMSDEUl! I HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auction DELLGARDEN 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ': everything in the !Meat\ Line.
nor any city lots outside of 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
OPTOMETRIST the corporation though I have some being restored to health by chiropractic :,
ORLANDO - FLORIDAWE splendid building lots near Lake Eola, adjustments, the new science I IT. Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES and they will be priced on their mer- of removing the cause of disease. Examination -. -
its. See the owner and save commis- J. M. CARUTHERSPhone free. 12-24-lmo I PHONE NO. 80 PINE
AND DO ALL KINDS OF STREETCUT
sions." H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. I
. OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-26-lmo 509. 408 South Lake St. Don't overlook the want ads. 1
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By Arthur hey I
The boys: of the baseball squad
.. have come to life. Early this week i I
BEAUTifUl TRIMMED MILLINERY[
a meeting was held for the purpose
of effecting an organization, at which |
time the fellows formed a partial
line-up, subject of course to change
as the season progresses. Several of
the best men from last year will be
: retained on the present team, among AT
whom are the following high school
favorites: Stuart M. Gould, catcher;
Horace Alleman, Archer
shortstop;
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___ Braddock, fielder; and Lester Lobean,
pitcher. Much new material is to be THE BIG STORE

; ,. tried out and those in charge predictthat .
several good ball tossers will
have been developed by the time the
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f final weeding out has been completed.
x Stuart M. Gould as captain, and -
t i! Archer Braddock, as manager, con-
': stitute the official family of the or-
I ganization.

I -0-- LGlengary Sailors, Tipperary Turbans, Tri Cone
Mademoiselle La Grippe, that never

I failing and ever unwelcome springy I Shapes English Walking Hats Close-fitting Turbans
visitor, has for some days past been ,
making her felt in '
most
presence a
I'' decided manner among the ranks of I Milan Shapes, Hemp Lizere, Sicily Leghorns, Panamas
the high school. There has been a
:- ') I rr.o.t decided! falling off in attendance

: ,. I for several days. However while
r ;.L- :- there is life there.is hope, and we live .. and many other exclusive shapes in all the late cclcis Sand,
. -, in the belief that there will be letter
: + weather later on. So invalids, take Gsndarmme Blue, Battleship Gray. Old Rose, Black, Navy


;. .v"-'i >. a .fi4i? heart. -0Announcement and Brown. A beautiful selection to choose from and
: Report cards have
made their fifth appearance for this Low Prices.
priced at exceptionally
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the seniors held a short

-.. class meeting. The painful details Also a splendid selection of Untrimmed Shapes,
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':"!::-:--.rJ4:: ; : : L'L: ' I public." -0- I Flowers, Fruits, Wreathes and other beautiful trim-

Tuesday the Echo staff held a brief .
:MISS MABEL LAFFIN prima don na with the musical spectacle, "The session. Everything we said about mings.
Prince of Tonight" Lucerne the atre, Saturday matinee and night, the senior class meeting applies
March 13th.LUCERNE. 'equally as well to the meeting now
under discussion-only more so.


E school What echo we of should the-0-midwinter term the last fair high was Womens' Spring New Spring Suits

!THEATREMp dE 13 disposed of on Monday last when the
Classical club made up the meeting
Sat, Matinee I which it skipped during fair week. Suits and Dresses For Boys Are Here
All of the members were present and
The Gorgeous Musical Comedy the tragic history of the banishmentof
Priced In Great ArrayThe
the ill-fated Oedipus from the Moderately

throne Tuesday of Thebes the same was club completed.met in the I dresses attractive and Our Boys' Clothing Store can truly be
are
The Prince or same room, same members present, very
Tonight same everything in fact, for another I most of them exclusive designs. There is called the mother's friend. Here she may
buy her boy a suit with a sure guaranteeing
i chapter in the ife of the same old every conceivable material in silks, includ
Greek hero, written by the same author Crepe :Meteors: Taffetas, Crepe de of stylishness and serviceability and at
had been found available for the same time practice economy.
BY ADAMS. IIOIT.H & HOWARD Chine, and Poplins. The colors embrace
club reading, owing to kindness of The new spring suits are natty and dur-
blue, seal brown, battleship sand,
OVERFLOWING WITH SONG HITS AND STUNNING SHOW-GIRLS :Mr. Sophocles, author of the play in gray
able and low
very priced.
METROPOLITAN CAST with: TOM ARNOLD question. navy and black.
You may select from these models: Oliver -
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Supported byMABEL Considerable amusement was cre-I Twist Middy, Balkan and Tommy
ated in the auditorium Tucker, in all the best and newest varietiesof
LAFFIN EVA !'IIEU'S"EIU LaVERE. FRANK HARSH
:Miss Ray having been unable to fill materials. .
TOM )MCKNIGHT LEW NADEN CHARLES CORWIXXU TilE I f
Prize Ballet Wonderful Dancers her position that day, her class was
Princess Beauty o.orusI'ony of
in the study hall. The morning wore If You Have a Wash
50 PEOPLE 5O slowly away, everything seemingly
about the same as usual. Suddenlya
FEATURES: quick, sharp ring of the sign, made Goods Need Now is
all o fthe English students spring: Ladies ew Spring
The Blue and Silver Ballet. Delft To rest in the Land of the Moon. Lithe from their seats and place themselves '
Fairies Dancing in an Emerald Gloom. Water-Fete and Banquet. Grand in formation for fire drill. Some of 'I The Time To Fill It
Illumination. Scenes laid at "The Breakers." Palm Beach Fla. the more zealous ones in fact were I Suits
half way out of the room before it '
WILKINS and BURCHIn
dawned on them that the bell had I We are splendidly equipped to supply Combine to the highest degree style"quality :

\ WIND and SOCIETY DANCES! sounded once, not three times. Rather your wash goods need with new spring and service. The workmanship incorporated -
crestfallen they returned to their i
goods. Broad assortments and exceptionally in them is superfine; they are
VTINEE\ 25c.. 50c. 75c. and $1.00 places marching out to recess with
PRICES: NIGHT 50c., 75c.. 51.00 and $1.50 the rest of the high school-not, it low pricings. Buy plentifuly, for the all perfect fitting. All the newest materials -
must be confessed, without enduring : more ;you purchase the more satisfied you and colorings. The prices are the low-
SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY, 9 A. M.. AT ESTES' DRUG STORE natured from (
some good chaffing will be and the more you will save. est such suits ever sold for.
PHONE 61. their friends. I
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JONfS GOfSUJUSTUU SAME Lake Front j ROOF f GARDEN THEATRE MONDAY NIGHT I


Grove and Home :

\ bus line which has been serving you for fourteen PropertiesOne i 4 REELS AT EVERY SHOW 4

months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

same time it always has. Special Monday Sight with every paid admission a dish of .
Hand's Pure Ice Cream will be Given Absolutely Free.
I TIME TABLE
of them is the pret-

Bus Leaning Orlando in Front 01 Evans The Jeweler. tiest lake front location in Big U Drama. 2 Reels. Maison

the State of Florida, with .
WEST BOUND EAST BaUD large acreage and a most "THE VAUDRY JEWELS."

.... Read Down Read Up modern dwelling.
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1\\1.1\\1.: : P. :li \\1: [P.\1.: [ P.1.: 1.I The other has a fine

Orlando I i 6.00 grove, with modern im BILLIE WAS A RIGHT SMART BOY."
6:30 10.15 3:00 9.30 1.30
Ocoee I ;: I provements and worthy of
7.30,11.15, 4:00 S.3cI 12.30: 5.00 '
Winter Garden I 7:45,11:3c, : 4'.30''' S.15'IZ.15; 4.45 'I, any further improvements Victor Western. Kerrigan

Oakland 8:00"-- 8.00--: 4.3cTHERE'S desired.
4.30. ,
I
II I These are high priced : "A BOGUS BANDIT.

properties, but they are :

both big bargains. j jS. Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, 5c. and IOe.YowellDuckworth .
A REASON



WHY S. G. Dolive & Son 1 Co.


YOU CAN SAVE REAL ESTATENo.


$10 to $20 3 WEST PINE STREET Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."

Second Floor

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL : .


Mr. Chas. Hall arrived in Orlando
yesterday from Florence Villa.

eoi4flt 2:
Go to Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room today _
for a real turkey dinner, best in
Orlando.' Itc C
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Bishop Cameron Mann left yesterday aMtA4d 1Lcu
afternoon to visit Arcadia and
Boca Grande.Mr. 0M"t

and Mrs. Alfred
IN SAFETY Hadley are 1 j
both ill at Dr. Christ's sanitariumwith
la grippe.

Don't hide away your savings about the
New books and new titles in that
house until have amount
waiting you a large
50 cent library edition. Curtis &

Think of SAFETY FIRST. O'Neal, Orange avenue. y/

Whenever you have a dollar or more, bringit Messrs. A. V. French and A. B.
Mahoney, of Sanford, were business
in and deposit it here in The State Bank.It visitors to the city last evening. / h

will be secure and begins to earn 4 per
cent. Mrs. Frank Holbeck, of Pennsylvania -
is visiting her cousins, Mr. and
Savings Acounts may be opened any busi- Mrs. P. S. Felter, for several weeks.

ness day with $1 or more. .
Mr. E. L. Lesley one of the leading
citizens of Kissimmee spent yesterday -
in Orlando on business.Mr. i J MEMBER FEDERALHESERYE

The State Bankof SYSTEM OF BANKS
( 1y Joe E. Em pie, who has been
visiting{ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
1. Empie left yesterday for Santiago
Orlando Cuba. THE fEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM, OF

WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE (IBEST BANK-
Mr. and Mrs. II. Alexander, of Lancaster -
ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT
Pa., have arrived at the San OUT.
Juan hotel and will be in the city for THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS OF

a few days. GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE

/ Mr. M. G. Empie will leave today GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
for Tampa where he will enter upon WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAK-
his duties as manager of the Western
Union Telegraph office in that city. ING OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT FEDERAL RE- '

SERVE BANK.

Miss Lily Bell Stevens left Saturday YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT
morning over the A. C. L. for
Tallahassee, where she will take the WHEN YOU ARE A DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
., teachers' review course in the Florida
BANK WITH US.
State College for Women.Mr. .

I W. P. Pillans, a former well
known business man of this city, but The Peoples National BanK
now one of the leading citizens in
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Lakeland, was a visitor to Orlando .
.....,11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! yesterday. "IT'S A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU.


Mr. and Mrs. M. Alexander of Lancaster -
Pa., are spending a few daysin ,
Orlando guests of the San Juan.
They are making a tour of the state
Rugs RugsAT and think this city is about the best ,
of any they have visited thus far.

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. of Balti-
more, were arrivals in Marl Orlando yes- Orange City Water -___________________________25c. half gallon

terday afternoon coming in over the Poland Water _______________________________________________-
Atlantic Coast Line. This is their
COST AND
I first visit to this city, and they were Benscott Lithia Water _______40c. half gallon; $1.50 for 5 gallons

more than delighted to enjoy the sun Harris Lithia Water ________________________________________

shine. :c White Rock pints and splits _________________-----..___u___

LESS Dr. and Mrs. U. Allen and daughter Vichy Celestine from France _____________?_________________

Miss Dorothy of Jersey City, N. o POC3 Appollinaris in quarts, pints and splits -____. __________
J., who are touring Southern resorts
arrived at the San Juan hotel Openta _____________ __
yesterday - 9 c: rr1 ----------------- -----wIiuyyedi -------------

for a brief stay before continu- Janis ____________ _____
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ALL SIZES AND PATTERNS ing their journey. UJ Red Raven. Splits ________________________________----

Prof. C. W. Hailey of Hplfebro, N. on Rubinat from Spain ___________--___..---______

II., who has been visiting in Orlandofor Abilena Water _________________________________________-----
several weeks left yesterday for >
his New England home. While here S'c Veronica Water _____________:________________________________
Included in this sale.Don't he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F.
II. Williams 215 Robinson avenue.
:;o A PARTIAL LIST OF THE WATERS THAT CAN BE HAD ATgg0p

purchase Miss Eunice Ives, who was operatedon NU'J
your
about three weeks ago at Dr. 0 tT1

Floor Coverings until Christ's, has sufficiently sanitarium recovered on Central to avenue ena-- ;> >
P ll

you have seen our line Gore ble her a'enueesterday.to be taken to. her home on -tT3< 0 rill J JI


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The pictures at the Grand theatre
last night were as good as the best 52:


SVe \Will! S Save V You n ill n the compliments and after pack management the the large this performance.as popular audiences they of the left playhouse which Grand the theatre nightly many paid- i PHONE 20



Transients arriving in Orlando yes- -
terday and registennsr at the San I
Juan include II. K. Baum arden, Lancaster I
Pa.; Geo. L. Lorch Freeport I-
Ind.; R. H. Burns Rrooksville. Ind.;
Ocr Hand Son C. B. Bond Nashville. Tenn., and J. I t: -
C. Hasseldine l.ancaster. Ky. i

Mr M. II. Couch who has teen in
Orlando several weeks visiting his
daughter Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan left
WEST PINE yesterday for his home in Senpia, Ga. .
Mrs.\ Couch will prolong her visit and
return to Georgia for some weeks. MARCHOne

..,11111111111111,1111",1" 11II Ml . . . tlllllllMIIIIMMI Mrs. J. A. Sasser and little son,
Master Arthur who have been visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan at important lesson _em- -
their home on South Orange avenue
' iMillllMlilillllllilMIIMMIiililllllArtistic left yesterday for their home in At- phatically taught by the
lanta, Ga.

Souvenirs Mr. and Mrs. Gorsline of Geneva "Month of Storms"
N. Y., who came for two or three days
visit here, but remained two months
left Friday for Orlando and other is the necessity for prepara- firt
points before returning north. Their -
health improved and they were so delighted tion. A Y
Sterling Silver Spoons Forks Hand with Eustis and people that
,
they overstayed their limit.EustisLake Accountoften :

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many Region.Mr. Savings ;,

E. C. Dix and wife who are in stands between the pos- f
other useful and beautiful
articles typi- Orlando visiting Mr. and Mrs. James of life.
and the storms
Magruder, on Anderson street honored sessor
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea the Sentinel with a visit and inspected Surplus dollars placed in a -
I the shop. Mr. Dix is the editor -
of friends of the Worcester Mass., Daily r T
source delight to
great your Republican. He is well pleased with Savings Account tin
our city and sees a great future for
"back North. We also carry a completeline it. Mrs. Dix and Mrs. Magruder are
sisters. this institution accumulate 1

of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair rapidly and earn dividends at
Mr. II. Behrens. one of the oldest }
Department is in charge of most compe- and well known citizens of west Orange the rate of 4 per cent. - -
was in Orlando yesterday from
his home at Gotha greeting friends
tent workmen. and transacting/ business. Mr. Behr-
ens reports things in general as being
good in his !section and that the

rains Florida which were have the very been thing general we need-over OF1allO n Bank & Trnst t C Copay

ed. The lakes were getting very low
T. H. EVANS said Mr. Behrens and last summer it
was dry so that instead of complaining -
we should be thankful The lakesare
filling up and if it had been oth-
JEWELER erwise we would certainly have beenin
a hole. The moisture is exactly
what was needed by horticulturists,
..t""I"'C"'JICi"I"C'14. 'II : 'C" truckers and stockmen. .

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