The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Direct Telegraph a. m. Orlando-Progressive Center of the Statt.










City Council met in regular session -i At the meeting of the Methodist Pittsburg, May 15.-Frequent explosions Special to the SentinelWashington Special to the Sentinel I j Special to the Sentinel

last night with all members pres- Building Committee yesterday at 2:30p. of dynamite and powder in May 15.-The important St. Louis, Mo., May 15.-While Washington, D. C., May 15.Pres

ent except Alderman Seegar. m., the following" bids were accepteh Western Pennsylvania, Maryland and incidents of the Japanase situation three thousand delegates and visitorsto ident Wilson this afternoon, during

Petition was presented for side walkon : West Virginia, and attempts to explode today were these: At thr.'e o'clock the Southern Baptist conventionwere his semi-weekly talk with newspapermen

south side of Robinson ave- Winder Lumber Co., Winder, Ga., heavily filled magazines is caus- Baron Chinda called upon the administration listening to the eulogy of his stated with emphasis what h*

nue, east of Main. Petition granted. the church building price, $29,546; ing enxiety, and a joint State inves-i for the official text of Governor service to the laymens' movement for evidently desired should be laid beforr

Starbuck & Starbuck, attorneys for Pierce Electric Co., Orlando, Fla., elec- tigation is a possibility. Since last Johnson's message announcin; church and to words of praise delivered the public, was that he approved the

Dr. J. S. McEwan, presented claim for trical wiring, fixtres and lamps, price Saturday more than ten persons have 1 his intention to sign the Californialand in his honor by President E. C. Der- Underwood bill in its enterer* as it

damages for injuries received last $1,701, lamps, extra; The Eichberg been killed, scores have been injured, 1 bill. The document was delivered gan, D. D., J. Harry Tyler died at passed the House and would rM submit

January by his auto colliding with Heating Co., Atlanta, Ga., heating, some fatally, and much property has to him by acting secretary his home in Baltimore at 3:30 this to any changes in the Sena\e.

the street sweeper. The amount of price, $1,088; F. Jos. Raehn & Co., been ruined. 1 Moore. afternoon. For the first time since these talks

damages claimed by the doctor is I I I plumbing, $398. The epidemic of accidents began Immediately upon the retirementof When the telegram arrived an- became a feature, the President al

$2556, but he was willing to compromise -I The contract for the seating of the last Saturday when five hundred sticksof Baron Chinda, there was a conference nouncing his death, multitudes of lowed himself to be quoted is fol-

it without a suit for $2500. The I edifice was awarded to the Southern dynamite exploded in the maga- at the White House between Baptists bowed their heads in prayer. lows: !

communication was filed for referenceand Seating & Cabinet Company, of Jack- zine of the Sunshine Coal and Coke President Wilson and Secretary of Resolutions suggesting that mes- "Just say that I'm not the kirld that

investigation. son, Tennessee. Company's mine near Masontown, Pa., War Garrison and Secretary of Navy sages of condolence be sent by the considers compromises when one

Finance Committee reported against This is one of the best and most resulting in the death of four and the 1 Daniels and acting Secretary of State officers to relatives in Baltimore was take a position." )}

raising the salary of the assistant modern churches in South Florida and injury of two score. Yesterday 1,700 i Moore. The cruiser Maryland set out adopted. To date, the Senate Finance Committee

clerk and, on motion, the Committee's I Orlando may justly feel proud of a pounds of dynamite and seventy kegs l from San Pedro, California under More than a century ago Mr. Tyler has adopted over two hifridred

report was approved. I congregation that has the enterprise I! of powder stored in the magazine of i sealed orders, but it was announced organized the laymens' movement in amendments to the House measure.

There was considerable discussion and courage to undertake the great the Consolidated Coal Company at 1 that she was going on a coaling test. Southern Baptists churches and at Many of them are of minor characterbut

of the conditions in Lake Cherokee. I work necessary to the completion ol Eckhart, Md., let go. Three were It is also stated that the torpedo the time of his death, he was servingas a great majority of them relate'to

Alderman Sims was of the opinion : such a splendid edifice. But the local killed and a dozen injured. Flotilla received orders and will setout chairman of the Executive Com tariff construction. Late in

that the conditions were such that I organization is above the average i in Last Monday an attempt was made < at once from San Diego, Califor- mittee.In noon, an agreement was reached i is

the city ought to take steps to get the willingness to do and headed by sucha to blow up the Brownsville-Union- ;nia. Whether the movement of the his stead, Mr. J. T. Henderson, the: Senate that a vote on the (Pea

weeds and growth now in the lake man the new church structure wil town passenger train at Leckrone, Pa. Maryland and' the reported orders to of Bristol, Tennessee, General Secretary rose motion to order hearings would

out. From the discussion, it was apparent lift its walls heavenward rapidly. Every A track walker found nine sticks of the torpedo fleet have any connectionwith of the movement presented the be had tomorrow. It is believed the

that conditions are exceedingly man and woman interested in dynamite placed under the joints of the present situation, is not annual report. hearings won't be ordered.

bad and should be remedied. Christianity and good morals will lend the rails of the Monongahela RailroadA known, but the fact that they are un- I \

The Council has been working along j i encouragement to this work. jar would have exploded the dyna der orders as admitted in a statement LAKE MOHONK CONFERENCE ON NATIONAL CONGRESS (|F

lines recommended by the United mite. Within seventy-five yards of from the White House tonight. This INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION MOTHERS ,

States Government for disposing of : 59,500,000 PACKAGES the railroad was the plant of the Cam- statement, however, is decidedly pa-

water growth and it was the opinionof I --- eron Powder Company, containing cific in tone and is to the effect thatno Boston, May 15-With greeting yoi*

Mr. Holland and Mr. Gwynne that' Washington, May 15.-Reports received 20,000 pounds of powder and 500 orders would be given for the Hohonk Lake, N. Y., May 15.Inan the Governor of Massachusetts, the

the poison put in was disposing of I I at the Postoffice Departmentindicate pounds of dynamite.COOPERATIVE movement of warships to the Pa- address delivered before the Lake Mayor of Boston and other State,and

the growth all right. Alderman Wal that 59,500,000 parcel post cific during the present negotiationswith Mohmonk Conference on International City officials, the National Congressof

ker raised the question of ownership I I packages were sent through the mails i iI CREDIT COMMIS Japan over the California land Arbitration here tonight, Dr. Chas.W. Mothers and Parent-Teachers jAs-

of that Lake and it developed that the ,I during April, approximately 54 percent !I SION. bill. Eliott, president emeritus of Harvard sociational Seventeenth Annual Cnild

Lake was private property and that I more than were handled in January i Baron Chinda has forwarded the University, stated that there was Welfare Conference opened at the

the city had no interest in it what [ the first month of the system's ...... .-***+"- Johnson letter to Tokio. If the Ja- no truth in the idea that the pres- Copely-Plaza Hotel here tonight.
ever. Mr. Walker said that if the!operation. I II Special to the Sentinel! panese government acts Tn "this'instance :: ent huge arrangements would throw After public officials had made

parties who have title to it and who:I I Chicago, with 6,397,692 parcels, led 1 Rome, May Rural 15-Credit The American Commission Co with the same swiftness that any nation into bankruptcy, and that addresses of welcome and the i heir

exercise ownership over it would deedit all other cities in the amount of parcels I operative has characterized its conduct hereto- even if it were true, nations would cation by Bishop Lawrence of Boston
I -
which is make three months
to the city the city would clean i it. post business done in April, while to a tour fore, Chinda will doubtless receive an still fight for their independence and had been heard, Mrs. Frede ck

up and keep it clean. Otherwise, i t1|,I New York City, with 6,252,378 parcels I of Europe for the purpose of study answer tonight or tomorrow. Bryanwas territory. The subject of Dr. Eliot'saddress Schoff, the National President V
I the various of rural credits :
is up to the owners to clean it up was second; Boston, third; Philadelphia ing systems absent from today's conferencebut was, "How to Root Out the livered her annual address.
in the countries which it will visit
and keep it clean. That it is a nuisance I fourth; Cleveland, fifth; and will doubtless be present at the Causes of War," and, according to Tomorrow conference of the a
reached Rome The Inter presidents
all agreed, but the question of St. Louis, sixth. today. Cabinet meeting tomorrow. his theory, wars of the future can on of State branches will be held!
national Institute of here
title to this Lake different colorsto Agriculture The situation stands ly be averted
put I tonight nu- by popular education, after which the reports of officers and
to which Dr. David Labin of
the situation as the city has powerto !I LEON BLANC HOSPITAL OPENEr D changed. The demand of Japan is for public works of conservancy, the grog- department chairmen will be mal
is the American
compel the owners to clean it abut I delegate, will vindication of its national honor,I ress o finternational, of economicand showing the progress of child welfyr
meet in while
not the right to clean up private j Aix Les Baines, France, May 15.-i general assembly the which is generally regarded as preliminary industrial legislation, the accep. work for 191213. An informal discussion
American Commission is here with
property with public funds. Consequently The Leon Blanc Hospital, given by for an even stronger demandfor lance and exception of the "open door of "Baby saving" will be hi

the matter was referred backto the late Pierpont Morgan to the city delegates from practically every citizenship in several American policy and the gradual adoption of the i and an address upon the sujcet well
in the world
the Committee.The of Aix Les Bainee as a memorial to country present and states. ettlemcnts of international dispute: a. be delivered by Miss Julia
Clerk had issued license for his former Dr. Leon Blanc render the members of the commission -I I : After Lathrop
a a physician, reviewing the causes of warn who is the head of Uncle San&Children's

fish market out side of the fire limitson was formerly opened today by the all the assistance possible in'their I CONVENTION OF FEDERATION the past Dr. Eliot said. "What wil 1 Bureau, at Washington;

South street, and the marshal was mayor in the presence of representatives investigations. I I OF ARTS be> the probable causes of international Prof. E. P. St. John, of HartforA

instructed to compel the market to of the French government, the During heir stay in Rome the members I war in the future? First, the survival Conn., will make a ten minutes speech
of the Special to the SentinelWashington
move within the fire limits or not Red Cross Society and a number of I American Commissionwill of political or governmental institutions upon Character *
be received bv 1k'inv ViVtnr 15th-Artists of Building by Parent
: Fman... May
medical --- - --- -- ----- ---- inconsistent
organizations.SHIP -----0 with
open. I I sentimentswhich At tomorrow's
: uel who is enthusiast international repute attended here today evening sessic*
an on the subject in
Engineer Ramsey reported that in1 recent generations have gathered I United States Commissioner of Edof
of the opening session of the fourth
agriculture, and who foundedthe
the matter of numbering houses he AUSTRIAN BEEF 'I great strength. The first o cation, P. P. Claxton, is scheduled
I International !annual convention of the Federationof \f
had applications from a number of Institute in 1905.: I these sentiments is the sentiment of talk upon "Some Vital
A banquet will also be Arts, an organization of which i Relations of
given in theirhonor ,
men at prices from fourteen to eigh- San Francisco, May 15.-The purchase nationality, vast, vague, and hard to Home and School," and Mr.
which will be attended by the scores of lesser art societies are ehaI p Joseph
teen dollars per week, and explained I of four huge refrigerator steam define, but tremendously potent. Its Lee, of Boston, President of the PIll
I ters. The artists in the city
King Queen. now
that it would be an expensive proposition ships for the transportation of''frozen I based on similar social customs and Ground Association of America
branches of the calling in upot"Recreation
Austria Hungary, Germany, France represent
as it would require considerable beef and mutton from Australia and needs, on like passions good and bad, for Children."
and Great Britain have notification all parts of the United States. The \
time as every fifty feet will constitute I I j ja New Zealand was announced today bya l on common ethical standards, and on The program for the rest of the
179 chanters of the Federation each
lot in numbering. The Council trans-Pacific line. A shipment of that they will receive,the com I a love of independence and libertv.. week folJowg.p .
-- "
mission officially, and will place at its have sent one delegate and some of
thought the prices for the labor of the
j four hundred thousand pounds of meat Saturday, May 17. '
disposal all the elements for a thorough -I them two or more. Men and women
applicants exhorbitant and referred will arrive here today. REBUKED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY Round Table, Mrs. David 0. Mean
': investigation into their systems are members and both are on the
the whole matter back to the engineer Presiding.
of rural credits and co-operative agri- program to take in the general dis-
who will work the matter out along'i "How Parents'
I FIVE WORKMEN HURT IN CRASH culture. cussion on art topics. The work of Associations ii,
proper lines. j t Special to the Sentinel Church and School helu Parents and
According to the report filed it was i the post-impressionists cubists Atlanta, Ga., May 15.-Slates were Children." Ten minute talks
and futurists-is to be the by Mrs
shown that if the Tenn. 15.-Five MISS LONGHEAD WINS PRIZE expected broken and ecclesiastical
city made the con- Chattanooga, May politics rebuked Milton P. Higgins, Worcester
chief bone of contention Mass.
nection to the main sewer and carried \ workmen were badly hurt in the collapse younger by the General Assembly of the Mrs. L. S. Eldridge, Rochester
the pipe to the property line for prop- i 1 of part of the concrete roof of Philadelphia, May 15.-The Baldwin members advancing arguments in be- Northern Presbyterian Church late Mrs. George K. Johnson N. Y\
half of the school and older Philadelphia.
erty owner, the cost to the property i j I;a five".story apartment house, which prize offered by the municipal new ones this afternoon when Rev. John W. Pa., Mrs. Henry A. Harman
owner would only be $7.26, whereas, 1 knocked down part of a rear wall on league far the best essay dealing witha holding with Sargent that the wierd Stone, of Chicago, was chosen moderator Vt. !

at plumbers' prices, it would be i the workmen in the lower story. municipal topic, submitted by a student :I paintings "have no claim to be associated by an overwhelming majority.

$12.45, thereby saving to each prop- in an American college or uni wit hartistic things." Many of the commissioners openly as- OPENING OF CONEY

erty owner $5.19 and at the same time versity, was this year awarded to Miss The chief social features of the sert that the election of Dr. Stone is ISLAND.
;I GRAND( DAUGHTER OF GENERAL Sybil Edelweiss Longhead of convention are the garden party to be -
save the annoyance and expense of a stinging rebuke to political methodsin New York
U. S. GRANT WEDS held in the White House Gardens this May 15-The cheering
: cliffe This is the
College. first time
the a church
having streets torn up the second affairs. Tonight is the first voice of the ballyhoo
time. It will mean the saving of from woman has won the prize. ,,afternoon by the President and Mrs. of the Pan-Presbyterian Penticostal "Red Hot" cry of man and t.hf\

$7,000 to $10,000 to the tax payers.The Special to the Sentinel. Wilson and a reception tomorrow at meetings that have been held and two men of "hot dogs" perspiring sale-
15 Miss Nellie the Cocoran of Art. was heard throughout -
City Attorney and Sewer and San Francisco, May BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Gallery thousand; commissioners from northern Coney Island
Grant, granddaughter of General U. LEAGUES 1 One of the general topics discussedat today, when the
Ordinance Committees were instructed I I |I ; southern, united and associated thousand and
S. Grant and Lieutenant Commander today's session was art museums. one shows opened to
to draw an ordinance to cover this reformed churches attended the first the public for
P. Cronan U. S. N. W. Kent of the New York Metropolitan the regular summer
William were National i IH.
work and these connections will be un- ': joint meeting in the history of the season.
der the supervision of the City :i I married here today. The wedding was Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 5. Mueeum of Art read a parer i assemblies. Novelites

Plumbing Inspector, McIntosh, who a brliliant one and attended by society Boston, 5; Cincinnati, 11. ; entitled "Art Museums-Historical I galore awaited all with
folk of San Francisco, San Di- New York 2 Retrospect. "Relation of Industrail courage sufficient to risk their neck
will see that every thing is properly ; Pittsburg, 7. DONATE $2,500,000 IN CEMENT all
I:ego and New York. AmericanSt. I I Art to the Fine Arts" is a paper to upon manner of slides, bump-the-'

done.A committee from the Board of ;i, Miss Grant is a daughter of Mr Louis, 4; Boston, 15. ,be read by Ralph Adam Cram, Fellow Chicago, May 15.-Enough cementto bumps old whirl-i-gigs, etc.. The same
and firs Jesse R. Grant of !of the American Institute of candy peddlars, the same old
Trade stated that a new band had:' San Diego Chicago, 3; New York, 2. Architects construct the proposed ocean to moving

been organized and presented a re and is a niece of the late Major Gen Cleveland, 2; Philadelphia, 0. I when the general subject of industrial ocean highway has been donated by "vaudeville picture shows"shows, dance hall,

quest for the city instruments. After"'eral Frederick Dent Grant U.'S. A., Detroit-Washington, rain. I art is taken up tomorrow. members of an organization of cement lager is served where the cool
considerable discussion in which i who was commander of the Department South Atlantic j"Relation of Industrial Art to Educa- manufacturers at five cents per, th*
past I in session here. of
payment that
experiences were well aired, a motionwas : of the East at the time of his Jacksonville, 2; Savannah, 1. I tion" is a paper to be read by C. Each member agreed to give one percent purchaser to the sum entitling tit

made that the marshal get the| I death. Miss Grant is also a cousin Albany, 4; Columbus, 0. :Howard Walker, also a Fellow of the of his annual output for three ther show without fury
lof I Princess Micheal A. I. A.The charge, were on the job.
instruments and turn them over to Macon, 5; Charleston, 0. years. The subscription is estimatedto A committee of
the President and Secretary of the j Speranskey, of S. Petersburg, Russia. Carolina Leagues present officers of the Federa be worth $2,500,000.WEATHE men had Coney Island badness -

Board of Trade and take their receipt Lieutenant Commander Cronan i I Ashville, 4; Charlotte, 1. tion are Robert W. DeForrest oil New parade. So the arranged for a floral

therefor.Shanibarger's. commander of the torpedo boat des Raleigh, 4; Greensboro, 1. York, president; Leila Mechlin of RREPORT flowers press agent said the
came from Bermuda.
troyed Jouett. Durham, 7; Winston-Salem, 2. Washington, Secretary and N. H Anj
way, they were real flowers. Aa-
Carpenter of Washington treasurer
Florida-Local showers Friday and other floral ,
parade be held tomorrow
r for bicycles and New lines in Fine Stationary, Curtis Put your want ads in the Sentinif
Saturday fair
except Friday in cen and May 22.
elSubscribe on there will bean
Sundries. tf &; O'Neal, next post office. you'want quick returns. I for the Sentinel tral and south portions. automobile parade.


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The people of the United State will
naturally: be startled by the state- Lord .& Bradshaw Magnificent Showing of
ment that the Panama Canal is too
small and will not accommodate the ,
boats of the world for longer than We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,

twenty years. that we have formed partnership; under the New Spring Suits
Modern shipbuilding, like every-
above firm name, for a general
thing else, is expanding and the ship
that through the locks today
and that passes of twenty years hence are Real Estate and Insurancebusiness and DressesWE
two quite different boats.
The locks are only a few feet larger and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
than present day ships and expert
engineers of foreign lands are predicting 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn

a short life for their usefulness.Ithis Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
true,then our$400,000,000.
will be nearly a total loss. and to make new ones.
It will be remembered that this was ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
the experience of the great Wellanc Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
Canal built by the Canadian government CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
| and we havesorae cxceptionall.ugain COMEIND SEE Us .
up at Sault St. Marie. When -
that government started that work
Lord & Bradshaw
d was looked upon as a master stroke.
and a marvel of engineering. Those WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
pepole had visions of a lake traffic by | 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTSAND
ocean liners that would put Canadain THE REASONABLE PRICESRallier's
command of the lake commerce for iliHIIMIMHillllMMIMIIIIillMIMIMIIIillllMWV
the entire world and in possession of --- --- -- --- ------
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ports equal to New York or Boston.I', '.. ..." ..-....
But before they got the locks com- : VUi
pleted they found freighters docking S THE I New York
it New York, Boston, Baltimore and ;
Montreal that could not begin to pass ;I I II
through these locks and thus their ;! PATH TO PROSPERITY 1 1I
dream was lost and their hopes dis .
sipated. The canal would not accommodate : Bargain Store

the mighty floating warehouses :I Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose !
then in use. As a result the I I
Welland Canal is a matter of history.The their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- ; If You Would be Posted be a Dally Visitor to this Store :.
great lock built by the American ![ cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new C

government at the Soo that has been 11 customers if you use an Electric Sign.. It acts <[
able to pass every thing afloat until
--- ----- -- -- --
-- -
recently, has found vessels too largeto an irresistible magnet, drawing all the II.hke II.I -

squeeze through and a new and trade within its reach: That is the reason YOU MONEY
!larger one is not being constructed.The they command the attention of buyers. OAKlANOi EVERYTHING
prophecy that the Panama
TUf By
getting prices on your
Canal will be found too small, is one I -IN-
Brick and Stone Work
that tern.may well give Uncle Same con- For Every Store Owner I before building.Phone .

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COLLEGEOne innovation was Introduced which bids players this year, and has easily defeated NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CRE-f ,

fair to have a great influence for the I all comers, therefore laying I ATE CONWAY SPECIAL TAX I .
of the most delightful social
advancement of the welfare of the claim to the intercollegiate championship SCHOOL DISTRICT j
events of the college year was the I I For the Next Fifteen
j DaysWe
school. For the first time in the his- of the state. t
dinner dance given on Saturday even- In '
compliance with the law regulat-
tory of the institutions, women were The Kappa Epsilon Sorority enter-
ing by Mr. and Mrs. John N. List for ing the creation of Special Tax School I
elected to the Board of Trustees. The tained the students and faculty at :
Districts and in
the Kappa Epsilon Sorority, of which response to a petition -
trustees felt that inasmuch as half The Deansant on Monday afternoon signed by J. B. Redditt, J. W.,
Mrs. List is honorary member. will sell Lime 90c
an of the students and teachers were from three-thiry to seven. The Hart,J. E. Redditt, M. N. Simmons,J.I at
The attractive house with its spa- A. Barber,J. M. Partin and others,being -
women, it would be only just and ad- Gymnasium was decorated lavishlyand i
cious rooms and encircling verandaswas one fourth or more of the qualified j barrel delivered
visable them in and fur-
beautifully decorated with roses to represented artistically light was voters who reside and pay taxes on per ,
the Board. Accordingly Mrs. CharlesL nished as darkness came on by red property real or personal within the!
and palms-the north veranda, in Smith, of Winter Park, and Mrs. and white Japanese lanters, in the territory herein below described, ani i five barrel lots.
which the host and hostess received election is hereby called to be held!!
Jessie Mallory Thayer of Orlando, sorority colors. Directly opposite the
being especially artistic with the at the Conway Public School building
were elected to the Board at the last door hung an immense K.E. in red
arbor-like effect of oleanders. Orange county, Florida, on Saturday
meeting. Mrs. Smith was for many and white lights. The music was June 14, 1913, to determine if the ter-)
The announcement of dinner
was years matron of Cloverleaf Cottage, good the refreshments were of the ritory bounded or herein below described -, Florida Metal Co.
followed by the appearance of rose-I and has shown herself then and since best, and the large company who shall be created a Special Tax'' .
colored electric lights throughout the District, to fix the number of mills
sympathetic and interested in the availed themselves of the sorority'sinvitation
trees on the lawn, where small tables to be assessed and collected for Pub-i McNEIL-DA vffi
j young ladies. Mrs. Thayer is one of were royally entertained.The lie School purposes on said described! BUILDING
had been set the shrubbery. .
among the leading ladies in all lines of work Kappa Epsilon Sorority has had. territory and to elect three trustees '--- -.
The guests were served to a delicate to for the term of two in 1 I Phone 41. :
and society in Orlando, and will ma- one of the most pleasant and successful serve years
menu to the strain of music from said District, described as follows.) I
terially strengthen by her presencethe years in its history, and its
Shivler's Orchestra, which also playedfor Begin nw cor sec 7 Tp 23 r 30,
work of the trustees. The utmost membership embraces a number of A
the dancing which followed. run e to ne cor sec 10 Tp 23 r 30, runntonwcorsec2Tp23r30runeto
value is expected from this new ar- the leading young ladies of the school, .

Among those present were Presi- rangement.The who are experts in the art of success- ne cor sec 1 Tp 23 r 30, run s to se '- .. .
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dent and Mrs. W. F. Blackman, Dean finals of the doubles in the tennis ful entertaining and planning good cor sec 36 Tp 23 r 30, run w to sw
Enyart, Prof and Mrs. Hiram Powers cor sec 32 Tp 23 r 30, run n to nw
Misses Hatheway, Meriwether, Allen, I tournement were played off on the times. ,cor sec 29 Tp 23 r 30 run w% mile, TheBestistheCheapestSO
new girls' court back of Cloverleafand run n 2 miles, run w to sw cor sec 7
Donaldson, Avery, Corre, Lucy Clark, I
resulted in a victory for Prentiss Tp 23 r 30 run n to beginning.By : .
Wilson, Bucher, Louise Smith, Berta and Cornelison over Landstreet and Philosopher says man is a failure I order of the Board of Public Tr IBEST OF ;

Smith, Bonnell, Voorhees, and Chess, when he has no confidence in himselfor I Instruction of Orange County, Flor- \","
Dunson. The tennis at first
and Messrs Bucher, Inman, McCardell was extremely his fellow men. Especially, we ida, at its regular meeting, May 6,
close and but the
Prentiss, Pike, Wetherill, F. L Froe- should say, in himself.-New York 1913. Paints and Wall Paper
victors showed the better lasting J. F. McKINNON
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The scores of the nets were 11-9, 4-6, -
At the last annual meeting of the ; THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
6-4, 61. Rollins has had an unusu 'I'I
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South Florida SentinelMORNING The various health boards are cre-

AND WEEKLY ated by law and paid out of the pub- The present strained relations with

----- lic treasury because their services are Japan, and the dispute with Great
Entered at the poet office at Orlando of public good.If Britain over the Canal tolls, suggeststhe

?,rida u Second Clare Mail Matter. in the wisdom of our people propriety and feasibility of the WOMEN

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : this was thought advisable, (and none International Court >f Arbitration

will deny it) and if we spend the which was suggested Dy international .

THE DAILY SENTINEL money what shall we do with the ad- delegates to the Hague Court a year

One year ..... ............ ....$5.00Sx vice they give us? Read the follow- .'.go.

Months .... .. ... .. ... ... 2.50 ing. Thre is nothing inconsistent with The daintiest women find the exquisite designs

'1 free Months .......... ... .... I-25 Ninetenths of the typhoid victimsgo the existence of such a court side by

-- their murdered side with the Tribunal. With they in Women
; news-carrier In Orlando. 60 cents peronth. down to graves by existing want our big assortment. who
and Sunday. flies. Of all the deaths from all caules the establishment of the new Court

The Orlando Daily Morning Sentinel can be found which occur in our cities and large the jurisdiction of the old will prob- are fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat

talc in Orlando at Curiti A O'Neal' BookAcre. towns, fully one-fifth are attributableto ably tend to approach more and more
the agency of this minute and to controversies which lend them- is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify

We will appreciate prompt complaint if ubiquitous scourge. Diptheria, scar- selves to compromise rather than to
fcfivery II not properly made by our carrien. let fever, smallpox, cholera and lep- catagorical determination.The their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich
-AdevrtUing- rates will be furnished on ap- rosy are disseminated by means of jurisdiction of the proposed

Bration. the innocent looking little insects International Tribunal Court of Ar- in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL which we allow to buzz in and out of bitral Justice should be distinqueshedfrom

Jtt year, by mail, postage paid ........1.00 our doors in the pleasant days of sum- the existing tribunal by its those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare

SJdrtti THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. mer. Unless they become particu- obligatory character. It is difficult
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building
Phone 24 larly annoying and insist on explor- i to conceive of a Court with all the many suggestions.T.H.Evansthe.

ing the length, breadth and area of name implies and with all the author-

X F. SCHUMANN, Editor. the bald spots on our heads, we ity which it is intended to have dissociated -

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. scarcely give them a thought, and from a power to entertaina

even then we only "shoo" them off for complaint and render a decision

FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. the time being, never for a moment upon the application of one party

taking into consideration the fact after due notice to the other. Withoutthe

the i that they may be depositing the seeds power to initiate proceedingsupon
The less a man says more guessing ,
his wife has to do. of disease in our systems. This care- a subject-matter within its jur-

D lessness, this want of thought gener- isdiction, the Court would fail to res- JewelerOPPOSITE

It's enough to discourage temperance ally costs us dearly. That fly which pond to the hopes now entertained for

advocates when money gets tight you watch creeping along the ceilingas it. Let its jurisdiction be ever so

o you sit in your easy chair, carries small as to subject-matter, but with-

But you don't judge a man's true more danger than the government in that jurisdiction, let the nationsof

worth by the amount of insurance he dreadnoughts.For the world submit to the principleof POST OFFICE

carries.A the sake of your own health obligatory arbitration by judicial

-=o and comfort, for the sake of the decision. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.SILK .

woman is different in this respect,, health and comfort of your family, After long debate, though favor

ahe doesn't need the unwritten law and for the sake of the common wel- able to the principle of compulsory

taJ excuse her skill in firearms.A fare, will you not arouse yourself a arbitration, the Second Hague Con-

o little to the dangers of this insidious ference failed to adopt any of the

married man who isn't afraid of insect and do something to help to exterminate -i projects for a definite treaty. Wouldit

any thing else on earth, has sense it from all civilized com-i not be wise as well as feasible to -

rough to make way for liberty when munities, You will not have to do I include in the organic law creatingthe

ie sees his wife approaching with a anything extraordinary. It is easy to I Court, the beginnings of an obli-

towel tied around her head.o exterminate the fUr\ if the proper stepsbe I gatory jurisdiction, let us say, for the

taken; no elaborate or expensivemeans I interpretation of treaties and the determination -

An Italian nobleman is studying the are necessary. I of pecuniary claims aris- STOCKINGS

American divorce problem at New- To eliminate the fly cleanliness is ing out of contract?

port. Newport's good enough at startig absolutely necessary. Cover all gar-I
bage cans and private closets and at-.
them, but if he wants to see their DR. FRIEDMAN AND HIS CASE
finish he should go to Reno. tend well to the stables, for it is just
i these places that most of the flies
o The American public know as lit t.
Our idea of extreme is to are bread. Remove excrement and
tle about the Friedman Cure for tuberculosis -
Save some one sit behind or beside stable bedding to the manure heap
as before he came to this '
For r
you and relate in detail what once a day and put in a fresh supply. country. It has been one continuous Day

to be in the forthcoming Sprinkle kerosene or petroleum on the
B expected round of discussion, dispute and dis-
manure and do not have the heap
jrenes at a moving picture show. parigement from the time the doctor and
where the sun's rays can strike it. -
o landed until this hour, the
Let it be in the shade. Use chlorideof among .dF
One thing that may be said in favor doctors of this country and Dr. Fried- {
lime freely around the farmyardand
af husbands, is that they never cornel man. It may be that the socalledcure EveningWear
tidy up at the end of each day,
their wives sit around and wait
to is a fake and Dr. Friedman a
carrying all offal and refuse to the
till they finish pinning the hair on and fakir. But the fact remains that the !
common heap. By attending to such
Batten a yard of glove buttons. subject is one of such grave importance -
details and enforcing cleanliness in .
to the American people thatno
ill departments you will be doing
This is the view the Birmingham man can allow selfishness or jeal-
your share to exterminate the loath-
Ala., Ledger takes of it: The sun is some fly and to promote the health ousy to enter in or interrupt the ex

shining, the crops are growing, the and! happiness of the nation. periments.It .
low tariff is moving and the world o must be admitted that Dr. Fried-

better live in." man's attempts have been devoid of
a getting decidedly to
Our Personal Guarantee
--0 accomplishment and far short of

An inventive Frenchman has discovered That Japan is presenting a problemto satisfactory. The question, however
that the American people are anx- Accompanies Every Pair
that a telephone message Uncle Sam can not be questioned.
ious about, is did he have a fair
wine is
transmitted through impure They are becoming a prominent factor -
chance, and was he given such en-
I indistinct. Probably it makes no difference in the Pacific Coast states and a
whether the wine is in the couragement and assistance as he was
receiver c dominant factor in the Hawaiian Is-

: or the transmitter.A lands. They are a people who compelus entitled to? Marion B. Ives .
The conduct of his assistant jump-
o take take notice of their presence
ing on to him now and denouncinghis
new benefactor of mankind has and importance.It .
cure and the man at the same time
arisen in California. He has discovered may be of interest to readers to learn
suing him for a large sum does not
a concoction which robs roosters 1 that Japanese pupils now form the

of,their ability to crow. A sharp ax I most numerous element in the Hawaiian have a clean cut appearance. It EXCLUSIVE
smacks of conspiracy and of commer- MILLINERY PARLORS
administered with vigor just where schools and that they are increas-
cialism. During all the time Dr.
the tail feathers merge into the combis ing at a more rapid rate than any has'been
Laudsman assisting Dr.
also effective. other race. On the islands there are
Friedman, he knew all about the i Second Floor
o nearly 30,000 children attending '
cure and the doctor's methods and I
A' Chicago man learns, seven years school and of that number thirtyoneper
I' why he waited until he came
after an operation, that the surgeons cent are Japs, nearly double that ton
America, and until he had put i
awed up a large sponge with the rest of any other people. The former are
several months endeavoring to demon-
tl his internal economy, and are now bright and quick in mastering their I
strate his cure is not yet plain. It is up things which had been exposed to
studies and have trouble in lead-
urging the statute of limitations as no
quite possible that Dr. Landsmanhas the bite of old "Jack Frost.
a defense. Had the bill for the opera- ing in the high standings.
been influenced in this action by Monday morning there was another -
tion been included with the
sponge- ulterior considerations, not pure and frost in this city and vicinity, butit
spotless.Not was nothing compared with the
by what a man says, but by visit which was paid here Sunday
One thing which grows more and the girls keep crowding the boys what he does, shall his motives be morning.-Greenville, (Ohio) Advo-

more evident is that there is a lot of out of the offices, and mother gets the measured.It cate, 12.

good press agent stuff going to waste ballot that opens the door to public certainly is a source of regret
service the boys and men of the
eo' these newfangled dances. An
that this matter has not had the full MEXICAN LOAN MADE
enthusiast informs us that the Tango country will have to exercise some
and 2fairest of
est try-out if it has -
originated in the Barbary coast, "Out engenuity and industry if they hold not, and all will admit that a moral London, May 15.-A Mexican gov-
their places on the platter.
Mar California. Which explains why haze hangs about the manner in ernment loan of $25000,000 for restor-
barbarians Impressed with this idea some universities -
oar young dance the griz- which the subject has been treated by ation of Mexican railroads is under- These in Re-Built Cars. Each is
ily bear. Also who Biston dances the are teaching domestic scienceto are Bargains one
the leaders of the profession in the stood to have been practically arranged -
locking horse. And Rhode Island the boys.A east here and in Paris. The terms have guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped .
turkey trot. number of youths in the state
not yet become available, but it is and ready to run.
o agricultural college of New York are
stated that they are high.
studying domestic science. These SUDDEN DROP IN THERMOMETER -
Our world's journey in space is a

long one, if we are to accept the young men are learning how to cook MEMORY RESTORED BY ACCIDENT .
inclusions of Dr. Turner of the Uni- plain food, patch and make plain 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger

iwsity of Oxford and Professor H. clothing and to do all the plain things There are several people in Green: .
that and"decent Warren Pa. May 15.-An accidenthe extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
C Plummer, royal astronomer of are indispensable to plain I ville and vicinity who believe that all ,

Ireland. Recent astronomical work living. of the fruit has been destroyed by sustained yesterday restored to absorbers

suggests that the sun and its planets Whether these young men are takingup the freeze which visited here Satur- John Oliver, a wealthy land-owner of etc. $600.00

form a single unit in a vast system, these studies in view of his approaching day night and early Sunday morn- West Virginia and Pennsylvania, his

the stars in which, though separated dethronement, or because memory. He disappeared twelve

6y enormous distances, have a common I he expects to become a cow puncher, .:ing.That there was considerable dam- years ago, while suffering from a 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,
or a conservator of the timbered mental ailment.
center of gravity, and in response and age done can not be denied, just how
mineral districts where do Oliver communicated with a brotherin $500.00.
to gravitation all move in much will probably be known later.
not often venture is not stated. The Chicago today, who confirmed the
unison like a stupendous machine. thermometer reached 28 degrees
The paths of these stars, instead of However, this may be man can not above zero and four degrees below story, and started for Warren to reclaim -

being circular, like those of the perpare himself too soom for what freezing. There was ice to a thick- his lost kinsman. 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00.

planets around the sun, are much Josh Billings used to term Ianifestdestiny" ness of a window pane in vessels

Eke the oscillations of a pendulum.The where there was water, and leaveson ROBBERS LOOT SAFE

calculations show that on this grapevines and potatoes that had New York, May 15.-Two robbers

elongated course our sun must travel What makes the shiftless man, is sprouted were turned black.It bound Henry Bartel, night watchman

400,000,000 years before completing a the thought that when the rainy day was the coldest early May weather at a Maiden Lane skyscraper, today, San Juan

revolution and that it passed near comes, there will be some kind some- experienced in this section for and looted the safe of Sigmund Kohn, Garage

the center less than a million-per- body to loan him an umbrella. many years, and while the bright t!i a diamond setter, of $10,000 in gems.

laps not more than 30,000-years ago rays of sunshine warmed up the at- They escaped. Bartel broke from his

and is now on the outward stretch. I Subscribe for the Sentinel mosphere, it did not seem to revive! bonds an hour later. t


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The new Blues, the new Tans, the new Grays, the new soft tones of We have just received a new line of the best sellers in White Buck,
We" are justly proud of our assortment of Silk Waists, comprisingas
Heliotrope and Lavenders, are all here in a charming multiplicity of White Canvas and White Arabian Cloth. Also a full line of Tan Kids,
it does the newest New York Models in Natural Japanese Habutai,
Batiste. Violets etc. and Gun Metals We have the Famous "SOROSIS" and
new weaves and designs.. In soft Lawns, India Mulls, Silk Chiffons, Messalines, and Chiffon Taffetas. Especially charmingare "QUEENQUALITY"
shoes for Women and Children, and in Men's
our goo.Jwe
Prices range from 15c to 50c.SUMMER the effects. All sizes Prices
new Hungarian $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, .
have BOARD IA\ S SPECIAL" shoes at from $3.50 to $5.00 a pair
3.75, $tOO and $5.00.
SILKS of which are guaranteed to give the, wearer satisfaction, or I will make

them saticfactry: and there are no strings attached to the guarantee
A splendid quality just received of 27-inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons BOYS' WASH SUITS
we attend to that right here in he store.

Ideal for dresses, separate waists, underwear, t
Dye) and full weight.
Are indicative of Summer's Our
approach. preparations along thisline We also have the best Work Shoe that we can buy, and prices are

etc., etc, and only 50c per yard. I were made months ago, and the results of our operations at that from $2.00 to $3.50 in all kinds of leather.CHILDREN'S : ;'

time are manifest in the delightful assortments we have to offer in
4 White Repps and Calateas, Corduroys, Linens, Cashmerette, Crash, SHOES

In Ivory white and cream only, in fine Twills and corded Rep, also Riplette, etc., in every size. We are particularly well fixed on this line, and as we only handle

plain weaves. Splendid in effect and ,,wear and washes and launders .t' the "ALL LEATHER KIND," you can feel pretty well satisfied that
Prices from 50c to $2.50 a .
as perfectly as a piece of muslin, specially priced at $1.00 a yard.. you will get good wear from every pair. Let us "SHOW YOU."

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange Avenue

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I It II Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Miller have Attorney Jas. H. Jones is spending BRIDGE AT THE COUNTRY CLUB MR.:] W. H. HOLDEN PASSES AWAY
I closed their pretty suburban home 1 today in Palatka, looking after legal
WADE and gone to visit relatives and friendsin matters. ? I Yesterday marked the anniversaryof
I One of Orlando's Oldest and Best
THE TUNER the of the Orlando Coun-
Woonsocket, R. I. I opening
i Known Pioneers Falls by the
ORLANDO.FLA..Mr. Mr. J. H. Bryce has returned from try Club and during the day
I I Wayside, Weary With the
J Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, ,a visit to prosperous Geneva. He re- ', enthusiastic golfers and their friends
March of Life
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. ports everything in that section as : were on the grounds. I % AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

5-15-2w. being i in a flourishingfi condition. I At noon a basket luncheon was held: The friends and acquaintances of L. Murray

Harry Somerbery has left this j I and twenty were seated at the long I!I 'Mr. W. H. Holden were moved to a (Office: Phone 409-Residence Phone 542

city for Pensacola.Mr. I Mrs. G. Talbot Whitfield of Talla- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pounds left)! table place on the cool veranda. :,sense of deep regret this morning ,

hassee entertained at auction bridgea night for New York. After a short j After lunch three tables of Bridgewere I when the news of his death was announced -
H. C. Duncan, of Tavares, spent however it not alto- NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF
few nights ago in honor of former stop, they will proceed to Rockford, | formed and the afternoon most was

last night in the city. Governor Albert W. Gilchrist. Me., where they will spend the next pleasantly spent by all. Those participating :gether a surprise, for the life wave FLORIDA

three months. in the card games were I had been slowly receding for several
V. Johnson left! i I Fort Meade was visited by another
and Mrs. C.
Mr. 1 I days. He peacefully breathed his last
i T.
The plans have been completed for Mrs. P. Warlow, Mrs. Hamilton
for Dade City. !' at eleven oclock 1 big fire Sunday, when a grocery store
yesterday !
the handsome new building for the One of the education institutions Johnson, Mrs. L. H. Lawtence, Mrs. : Wednesday night at
i the of 1 barber shop, fish store and fruit'shop
that is work is this eightyseven.Mr.
doing age
First National Bank in Fort Myers a great Algernon Haden, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs.
Mr. T. J. Jacobs, of Toledo, Ohio,; will state is the Robert Hungerford Nor Seth Woodruff Mrs. L. A. Holden was one of Orlando's were soon reduced to a pile of ashes.
and the contract now begin Spencer,
is spending a few days in the city. !work. mal and Industrial School located at Mrs. A. P. Miller, Miss Vida Miller, I oldest residents and during his earlier I'There was some insurance on sell of

i! Eatonville. This school is doing a Mrs. LeRoy Giles, Mrs, James N. Mc- days, did much toward the development -!the buildings.The n

Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Turner have I' Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Barnes have great work for colored people. Their' Elroy and Mr. James L. Giles. of this city. He was born in i

gone to Pensacola for a brief stay.I commencement exercises will be May Westmoreland county, Virginia, and'I Moore ice plant has this past
gone to Ashville, N. C., they
I 25 to 29. spent his early boyhood days in that week been building a wharf to accom-
will enjoy the salubrious climate of EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Mr. C. II. Nelson, of Taft, was) great State, removing to Florida when modate its trade. It is also arranging
the Mountain State the I
during warm \
transacting business in Orlando yesterday Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, quite a young man. For several years to erect ice houses at several
'. !period. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. I, Mr. William Hart, of Columbus, he lived in the extreme southern part points on the bay and along the 'rail-

i 5-15-2W. Ga., architect and contractor, is in of the State, was actively engagedin I way, where a supply of ice for. the
The grandest celebration in the his- the city figuring with the officers of
Mrs. J. B. Warner was a north!! i the fight with the Indians in the local trade will be stored.-Panama
1 tory of Kissimmee is being plannedfor the Emmanuel Baptist church on their
bound passenger yesterday for Sa- ; "ARSON TRUST" SQUASHEDNew I Ii pioneer days, after which he came to City Pilot. .
!j i the Fourth of'July. There will be i new church building. These people
vannah.W. Orlando and established home
a on
I:a big parade, barbecue and the cor- hope to soon have the plans ready and
I York, May 15.-The "arson the lake which now bears his name The Anastasia Methodist Assembly
I nerstone laying. start the work on the building.AS .
E. High, a prominent businessman ;! trust," against which the city's fire Lake Holden. has largely increased its holdings of

of St. Louis, is in Orlando, oni j] authorities have been waging war, has The funeral exercises will be held land on Anastasia island with the pur-
The Baum & Van Roy Crate Company's -
business.Mr. been squashed, according to Fire Com- OTHERS SEE US at St. Luke's Cathedral this morning chase the other day of a tract of 269
I'. new plant at Crystal I
J missioner Johnson, whose report I at ten o'clock, with the Rev. Rickert acres of land from E. P. de Medicis,
will soon be in operation. The plant
T. H. Wenrick, who has been I shows that in the first four monthsof i The Orlando Sentinel assures its officiating, after which the interment just south of the present assemblytract
will be operated by electricity and I
spending some weeks in Orlando, has I this year there have been only 4,450 readers that its daily is a fixture and will take place at Conway Cemetery, and on the ocean beach. The
have in it the latest improved machinery. '
left for Easton, Md. fires, 1,434 less than during the same that it will continue to boom and Undertaker Hand in charge.Mr. I transaction was made through the

--.:.. I I I I period of 1912. The total loss $2- boost. A paper like the Sentinel iS | Holden leaves surviving him II'agency of E. L. Barnes.-St. Augus-

Mr. R. M. Smith, of Charleston,I Kis-. 736,298, is less than half of the same' worth a great deal to Orlando.- i two sons and two daughters, MrsJ I tine I Note in Times-Union.
The Minx Packing House in I .
South Carolina, is in Orlando looking simmee was burned to the ground a I period last year.DOWNEY. Tampa Mary H. Langenbach, of this city,1 -

after business interests.Mr. few afternoons ago. In the buildingat I I I with whom he lived at the time of his I On Tuesday, May 27, the third convocation -
ORLANDO LOOKS GOOD TO THEM i death Mrs. E. M. Fender of New
the time of the fire was about 10-, APPOINTED ; Florida Consistory No. 2,
William R. Harris, who has I I York, and Mr. John Holden of Montana
I will; be held in Jacksonville. This
'0000) pounds of fish, which were de Washington, May 15.-George E.Downey .
been a. guest in Orlando, has gone to I stroyed.Mr. of Aurora, Ind., today took Millard Jerome and wife, who have and Norman, of Alabama.He great gathering of Scottish Rite Masons -

Kingston, N. Y., for the summer j the oath as comptroller of the treasury been spending the winter on the east combined all the qualities of will be in session three days

I coast are in Orlando for a few days. which good citizenship are made. His t the events of the week to conclude
D. B. Sphaler, of Taft, was in succeeding R. J. Tracewell of
Capt. C. H. Baker, one of Zellwood's the city yesterday transacting busi- Coridon, Ind., who has had the office They are from Toronto, Canada, and long, well-spent life has earned eter- (with a grand banquet which will beheld

influential citizens, is spending the ness. I continuously since appointed by Pres- are looking for a place to spend their nal rewards. His youth of spirit and Thursday night, May 29. Duringthe

week in Orlando doing jury duty. !ident McKinley in 1897. winters. They are so well pleased smile of face ever radiated sunshineand t convocation a number of master

with Orlando as a city of homes that happiness. His life exemplifiedtrue 1 Masons will be elevated to the thirty-

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCoy and Mrs. S. R. Kirkwood and daughter,I they say the question of location is nobility of purpose.A second degree.

daughter left yesterday for Flonde-I wish to express their gratitude to Make it your personal business to now settled. They took especial

Quoit, N. Y., where they will remain neighbors and friends for kindnessesand I know whether or not there's a want fancy to our suburban homes.A .
until fall. sympathy shown during their late lad printed today that means much to number of prominent Baptistsand The days will soon be warm enoughfor

bereavement in the death of James A. I you. Its your task. No one else will members of the Woman's Missionary J the annual crop of loafers to

Kirkwood.The !do it for you. FINE OPPORTUNITYFor Union from over the State have I spring up in the shady spots and discuss
W. H. Drew prominent contractor -
gone to St. Louis to attend the I the dull times and tell us how
of Tampa, was in the city yester- I rent from June 1st to Oct. 1st. convention the be
day figuring with the Methodist annual convention of the Florida New things to wear-for all sorts Seven-room furnished house. Bath, of the Southern Baptists and city ought to run.

church people.Dr. I State Council of the Knights oi!: of folks are described, discussed and toilet up and down stairs. Electric : Women's Missionary Union which is .

Columbus is being held in St. Augus.'pricedin Sentinel ads. lights water and telephone includedin in session in that city. This convention

Bennett's office phone is No.227, tine. Elaborate preparations have>I'j rent. I is one of the \largest held b yany Paul A Horn

Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. been made for the entertainment oi f If you want to buy or sell anything, $15.00 per month. Enquire Daily Southern organibation and is attendedby
delegates from all of the States in
5152w. the visitors. advertise in the Sentinel. Sentinel.
the South and East. CONTRACTOR Md BUILDER

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Shanibarger's for bicycles and

Sundries. tf P. o. Box 624 Orlaade,17a.


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Grand Theatre Program 511115Knickerbockers I

"WOMEN OF THE DESERT' (Drama) . . . Lubin

A Charming Story With its Scenes Laid Amongthe For Boys

Strange Tribesmen of the East ,


Cupid Plays Havoc With Their Hearts, But They I

Pictures Changed Daily. I Never'Meet Without They Quarrel. This Comedy DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP

I Has Few Equals. It has Been Sent to Us by

,7.15 P.M Request AT

SECOND SHOW, 8d5 PM i "THE BURDEN BEARERS" (Drama) . ... . Lubin I

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. \Every picture we show is licensed and passed upon by the ;I, THE MEN'S OUTFITTERSHome

National Board of Censorship, which is a guarantee of its : of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing

wholesomeness. Our entire service is new. ,,

MATINEES WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, 3:30: p.m. ;:) Agents Dunlap Hats

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The railroads in the West are mak- Device That Made Possible Accurate.
ing strenuous efforts to increase their Long Range Firing. Have Vacate this MonthAm

business by inducing the farmer to It was about the year 1885 that the <

pay more attention to the intensifying telescope was first tested In conjunction

of agricultural methods in order with the firing of a modern gun.

that larger crops may be raised The tremendous concussion broke the Offering Men and Pants
lens however, so that in order to use it ,
will give its railroads more
at all the telescope bad to be detached -
freight to haul and necessarily, more from the gun before firing, thereby Hats, Caps, Etc., at Half Price
revenue. To this end they send out entailing a loss of several seconds in

trains equipped with the latest ma- time after aim bad been taken. .

chinery, conducted by men who are Later to obviate this defect the .. f Any three ties in the house for $t.oo
expert in all the best known means telescope was adjusted to the axis of /
of wheat to the gun by a system of parallel arms
to induce two grains grow .
where only one grew before. These moving up and down in unison with ; Vacation Hint III Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose
the though detached from It This
gun. I _
invite !
the farmers and
men gather of improvement. Before buy a railroad ticket
course was a great you 3 for
connected with pairs $I.00H1
inquiry on
but there were still grave practical de for this or that summer resort, t
business. The result has I
the farming fects. *
come in and look at our MidSummer c
been very satisfactory to both the Well along in the early nineties Hen- Woolen line and let us makea
'C farmer and the railroads, as the far- ry C. M us tin. a young midshipman at S
cool Summer Outing Suit for
mer has increased his production very Annapolis lean faced and square of ((ii

largely and the railroads have increased jaw, built like a medium sized Hercules you.We
their freight business quiet mannered but a bulldog In A make a specialty of Nor- CLARK ROBERTSON f T
propor i
tionately.One the football field, Interested himself in folks and will be pleased to I
the study of optics. Naturally enough. show you a few of our latest
of the strong points made by his thoughts were directed to the defective I models.Men's ,....-
the lecturers was in the argument for lenses of the gun telescopes. : m:.

good roads; proving that this was an The lenses broke when the guns were Fashion Shop

essential feature of good farming, as fired; therefore It was necessary to Invent ;11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111" ...+

the ability to get the produce to mar- a nonbreakable lens. .) Hand Building Filii
One day later, while stationed
ket an important years
economically was
Cor. Church and Orange Orlando
In Mustin called few
Washington a
thing and increased production.This
of his brother officers to the window THE MARKET
question is now being agitatedin ( "I
near his desk on the second floor of a 11811 'VIII
Florida as never before. This stateis show
building In the navy yards. He
handicapped by the peculiar char- ed them a lens with a metal band
-- -- --- -- -
acter of its soil; it being so light and "shrunk" around Its circumferenceThen BUSINESS BOOSTERS ; Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

sandy that hauling a heavy load is he opened the window and deliberately CLASSIFIED IHIMIIIIIIIMM

almost impossible. What the future threw the lens with all his I Business Boosters (classified advertisements -

has in'store for us in this regard, it might upon the brick pavement below ) received after 10 o'clock AND SALT MEATS
.' The others knew of his pet hob midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
is impossible to say. Some genius
by and thought he bad given It up in to Classify" column.
may devise something to meet the dif disgust and had taken this way of tell Boosters of five lines, or lessapproximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT i FISH AND GAMEKept
SO words-one time, 25 .
ficulty. At the present the most prac- Ing them so. But he put on his hat lita .
week under the best
cents; three times 60 ; one sanitary conditions.
ticable material for road building cigarette and bade them follow him. (six daily and one wkly editions)
seems to be brick. Here we are againat He led them down the stain amid considerable $1.00; one month, $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKES
Everything screened from the flies and fresh
a disadvantage, for the clay from joking and out to the spot away kept

which to make the brick is not to be where the lens )lay on the pavementThe FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
'unbroken. The touring car. Large and roomy.
glass was one
found in the State, as far as we know. 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
Suitable brick for road building must great defect of the telescope sight had flAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
been overcome and Mustin had made
be hauled from a considerable distance the of a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
possible long
range gunnery
suburb in east of the Carl
part city.
and cost ten to twelve dollars per the modern navy. The thud of the lit Jensen.
thousand. The freight is about fifteen tie glass disk with its metal collar

dollars to Orlando. This seems upon the brick pavement was the sig OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The 'PARLOR MARKETH.
very high. The railroads will benefit nal for the nations to begin to build to the Northeast of the city andI Get the best
cigar at five
still have choice lots there.
their Dreadnoughts.-American Maga some
more than any one else by the build sine. Carl Jensen.WANTEDA. ; cents, the next time you

ing of good roads, as the production I 1 want to smoke-judge for M. Self & Co.
of increased crops will mean a vast position as manager, yourself. .
increase in the amount of freight I LONG HAIRED MEN. caretaker and collector for non- I
resident By of
property owners. man I
they will be called upon to haul. I They Caused e Vigorous Protest In experience who can give it close. at I 18-20 PINE STREET
Now why should they not be called Massachusetts In 1M9. tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel ,

upon to hasten the development of I The following protest signed by Jo 4- ; Made in Orlando and sold '

the state by reducing the heavy chargeon eeph Endlcott governor Thomas Dud FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, by all dealers. Phone No. 80MIIIIIIIIIIIIHHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlMM

freight rate on brick or hauling* ley, deputy governor; Richard Bellingham with all modern improvements.

the mfree of charge? It would only t! Richard Saltonstall, Increase $3,000. Will take automobile in part
William Hibblns, Thomas Address Sentinel.
Nowell pay. Owner, care
require a little business acumen on MIMMMMIMIMHMIMHWELCOME
Flint, Robert Bridges and Simon Bradstreet
the part of the railroad officials to enable was published In Massachusetts WANTED business partner in a ..
them to see the value of this sug- In .1649: manufacturing business with well IIIIIIIIIIIHHiilllllMlltlllllllllllllHlllllllfHIn

gestion; and they being in businessfor "Protest. against wearing long hair. established trade. Need more capital
all there is in it for the railroads, of the governor, eta. of Massachusetts and will take partner or will make a TO
stock company with $15,000 to $20
would probably take it into considera 000 capitPlant'up to date and in New QuartersWe I
"Forasmuch as the wearing of long excellent condition. Address Manufacturer ROYAL PALM!
tion.This is a matter the various boardsof hair, after the manner of Russians and in care of Sentinel. tf
barbarous Indians, has begun to Invade
trade of the state, acting in concert New England, contrary to the FOR HENT-Furnished, my cottageon BARBER SHOP
might take up and push to a rule of God's word, which says it Is a Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox.

successful issue, greatly to the ben- shame for man to wear long hair, as ., Modern"ir.\and ,,;r L1 are now located in the new Hyer
efit of Florida. We know of important also the commendable custom generally FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
no -
of all the godly of all our nation. all modern conveniences. Garagefor Everything individual & Davis Church
matter our board of trade is until within these few years: auto, or horse and buggy. Apply new, building on street
working on at present Can they do 515 East street. 5.15 tf electric attachments at every
"We the who have
magistrates sign-
more for the advantage of Orange ed this paper for the shewing of our chair. No stone has been left We are better prepared to fil all your

county and the state than by startingthis own Innocency In this behalf do declare GROVES TAKEN CARE OF unturned to make this shop

movement and letting the other and manifest our dislike and de meet th erequirements of the wants in theHARDWABE

commercial boards to unite and pushit testation against the wearing of such Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy most particular. Plenty of
long hair, as against a thing uncivil hauling, etc. Having been engagedall room. Courteous attendants.
to a successful issue. Let the slogan
life in caring for I am
and unmanly whereby men doe de my groves LINE
be, cost"Place forme themselves and offend sober and prepared to please you. Satisfactionin ELIJAH wm BEAD,
.every line of work. L. M.: HALL,
modest men and doe corrupt good manners Proprietor.
608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
yourself in daily contact and We doe therefore earnestly In 5.141 mo. Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. THE
treat all the elders of this jurisdiction.as .
accord with the best that is
often as they shall see cause, to ..
this world. Like FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped
attracts like. See manifest their zeal against it in their
the point? Stop your foolish and public administrations, and to take rooms house, 201 cheap West to Concord small family.Ave. Also Six HELMS HARDWARE

wasteful habits lest they become a care that the members of their respective good cow for sale. Wm. L. Coryell. ..-
part of you.Shanibarger's. churches be not defiled therewith:
as prove obstinate and
FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow
will not reforme themselves, may have W. Rines residence When
fresh. Apply G. you want*any of theEMERGENCYSUPPUES
for bicycles and God and man to witness against them. Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone No. t

Sundries. tf The third-month 10th day 1649. I II 20-22, Apopka, Fla.
4-' d & w 5-14 3t mentioned in

FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of: JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook MmiMHttMIMtlllMMIHItHtttMllllliOlllttllKeep
Lake Apopka under subirrigation I
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE system. One of the finest pieces in
Florida. Was in lettuce and cucum-
bers,now has fine stand of corn. $500
per acre. In perfect condition. Write ;
HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
12.1w. ofFirst


FOR RENT-Furnished house, seven Aidhere .
rooms, electric lights and telephone
included in rent. Toilet and bath. Big Fireless Cookers

Spring yard. Will rent from June 1st to
October 1st for $15 per month.
is the
5-13 3t place to get AND

them. Call or 'phone.
FOR SALE-Option on large lot
ClothingEver near Methodist Church. Chadwick

& Cooper, West Church St 567t.If DeLaney Drug'Co ELECTRIC FANSTO

you have a house for rent, ad- ..

vertise in the Sentinel's classified col- OrangeA venue,
shown. This
stock includes KEEP COOL WITH
umn and get a tenant
REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $tOO,

$ .50. left LOST-Gold arm. "St Cross Johns, "H.Day R.,"P.on" under stem 11111 11111 11111 lilt III I" ,' [ftECTRIC l[ IRONS

It will be 'a pleasure, to show of Cross. Finder please return to No.' ., s ANDTOASTERS[ S SFOR

you the difference between our 8, Jefferson street and receive reward.

Autos For Rent at -.
goods and others you may see. Subscribe for the Sentinel .: COMFORT

We are behind every piece of ;.
merchandise we sell and same

must give you satisfaction.See It sometimes happens in the trial I. tt I I T r.1[ [ [l[ T

our stock of STRAW of a case that the whole truth is not t Seven Passenger :, e [

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR gotten out of witnesses because of STEVENS DURYEA 1
fear. Many times witnesses fear thatif
they testify against a person thatis

reputed to be mean that they may Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .

to suffer personal injury at the hands of I ***

that person. Such witnesses should I -

Brown & Lartigue understand that the court and the

officers will protect witnesses and

that bad men can only be disposed of 34iMMIIMillllilimiM

ORANGE, AVE. by whole testifying truth against to the them.truth, and the .. atrun1tie Selle1Adveriera l i r 4


CURIOUS LAKE. HIMmiMlltilililtllMMtlllMHtmtttlMitllli

Its Mass of Asphalt With Its Islands '

The asphalt and lake Its Eddies.at Trinidad occupies ORLANDO.BANK O K a TRUST COMPANY
a depression of about 114 acre
and is probably the center of an extinct Lucerne Theatre
volcano. It I te a lake In most

senses of the word for there are well _
defined shores and islands scattered Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total .

through it at intervals and the surfaceIs Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
In constant motion. There are also:
movementsvhich may be ascribed to
Statement of the Orlando Bank and
currents and eddies The center of the I I
lake Is about a foot higher than the Trust Co, at Close of Buiinettf I
edges, this relation being maintained I : MOTION PICTURES
April 16th, mS-The Ser-
although the lake as a whole has been I

lowered by the constant removal 1 of r eath AudTeraary of I I
material from It. r
The depth of the deposit Is not accurately Ita Existence :. ., -:
known but the lake fills up I .

quickly when the surface Is removed s. .
The surface Is not level but Is composed .. RESOURCES : PROGRAM

_ of Irregular tumescent masses of I

Various sizes. As the spaces betweenare : +Y : Loan and Discount{ !......|S 8,197. t

always full of water these masses ti; I Overdraft .............. 922J1 "THE CLIMAX' . . . . . . . Solax
are prevented from coalescing. The '
&{ } ; Real Estate, Furnitures
softer part of the lake constantly A Modern Drama. Full of Pathos
evolves pas. which consists largely of e -t ,t and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44

carbon dioxide and sulphureted hydrogen Stock and Bonds ........ 26,01&S3

and the pitch which Is honeycombed : -I'- !. Cub on hand and in Banka $6,267.61 "SPOILED DARLING'S DOLL" . . Thanhouser
with gas cavities continues to

exhibit this action for some time after rr Total ...............$789,260.08 A beautiful child story, one that ladies and children (

its removal from the lake. in particular will find very interesting "
The asphalt! from Trinidad In its LIABILITIES+ f
fresh state can be picked up and molded -
Capital Stock ......... I
without soiling the hands. The sub. ?100000.00 "MATCHES" . . . . . .v. American
stance Is pulled apart on the surface I Surplui and Undivided : Y

with picks and the pieces are carted Profit ................ 24444JS : Comedy. A picture that you are bound to enjoy

away to the ships. In the bay of Car Deposits ................ 665.115JS : presenting Mr. Jack Kerrigan
denas, Cuba asphalt is drawn up from

the bed of the sea through eight or Total! ...............$789.260.08 MOTION PICTURES.PREMIER CHARACTER ARTISTBefore
nine feet of water.-Harper's Weekly.

a-' ; !I .

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I Deposit April 4, 1I1I..pnm.1II '

A Scientist Says Science Really Knows I -- ; Deposit Apri118, 1111... 666,11U3 :.'DOII'III'llrlllllllllll"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I

Very Little. | UiJtei State GraiBCBt, State and Conty Depositary Increase in 12 daya ......$.'I2UUI I ;
1 have been asked to define the word .
"energy. 1 cannot Suppose that 1 .
-0 x/10 .
should be asked, "What Is the cause .._
of light moving with the Incessant
specific speed of 180,383 miles during
each successive second of time?" > ItlMMMMttMHItlilMiiilMtitllHIillMHMHIMmiiiiilH 11111 11111 11111 I' You
would be utterly unable to reply
First. I cannot think of the cause of

this unthinkable velocity. How answer ."
? The fact is, science does not W. M. SLEMONS
know what anything really Is. Buy
Electrons are the vanishing points. .
They are on the limit of knowledge. I'

of even* hope, of thought All are I ,. .
agreed that they are electricity, but : 'I
that does not help In the solution of I Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality, at'$j.5o, 4.00 or 500.

any riddle of the universe.It Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $jSo; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal Consider Quality, Style,
does not seem possible that science -
will come' to an end in any at. or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50Ve have new styles and

tempt at explaining Some new discovery best quality. Price and then choose
surpassing all others may yet ,
be made Ht.'a; II y. such a discovery
must be made or science will come to
an Impenetrable wall, for we cannotat Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants

present think of mind, life or an
electron. How progress or advance in We have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by Allen & Co.
search of anything If we are unableto
think of it? This Is a gloomy out Schloss Bros are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,

look, but Just now It appears to be Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appre
hopelessly impossible to discover all,
fact alto what mind, life and electricity ciate merit .and correct style in the clothes they ,wear. We recommend them. JEWELERS

are.I The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
have printed during thirty years
that the human mind is Illimitable in we invite every man who reads this paper to visit. our store and look at them. Orlando FloridaLet

Its powers but I may be obliged to ,
finally admit that It cannot find what
Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits
Itself Is-Edgar Lucien Larkin In 1

New York American.An .

One of the Artnt'e most remarkable Feat. and Us Regulate Your Watch ;

most artistic of twenty-four hours' records W. M. SLEMONS
hands to the credit of Sir Edwin
Landseer, who had promised a picture EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
for the spring exhibition of the Roys' MMttittliMllillMillMMIMIIIIIMtHIIIIIHIIMMIIIIIIIMHilMIIIII MMItMllllilMtliHilMtltMltiHIMitMMtitllMMMIMMIMMIIIttmiMtlltl
British Institution In 1845. On the day .
before the opening he was found i ,
standing In front of an untouched can -
nJ.HI shall send that to the Institu-

tion clared tonight to the a finished astonished picture messengerwho ," he de- IF YOU WANT THE LATEST I ,

had been sent by the hanging
THis Wall Board
committee to see If the promised picture IN
was ready, "and have consequently
given orders not to be disturbed.
True to his word, Landseer put the THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS CLOTHING, Saves Building Money!

finishing touch to his canvas and dispatched HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES BEADY TO WEAR
it to Pall Mall that very evening -

was, and one of as the"The greatest Cavalier's successes Pets" of It DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COM TO B. SALO 100% Better and 50% Cheaper I

I Than Plastering t

Antiquity of Qleve REFUNDED.
How early did mankind think of the i I Beautiful and Durable

convenience ,of the fingerless glove\ : You cwt plastering cost in half by
little was said of gloves, in aodent I using Bishopric Wall Board for walls
times but in most cases it is obvious B. Salomon Orlando I and ceilings in your new house, and
that they had fingers. Those worn bj : get better results. "Bishopric" looks
I better, lasts longer and saves time in
t the secretary of the younger Pliny;I ,
used when he visited Vesuvius .
fie might keep on jotttng down $5,000 -warp ,

notes In spite of the cold, must hare If miss your Sentinel, call S% (Aproximately) the S% of Ntt "Bishopric"Is tb.mly wan board stiffened
Wen you I e e e e e e e e e $50 with lath. BAn dded lath are Imbedded Ia k..
fingered no less than those of 24 between seven and nine Section 35T 21 S. R. 29 East. Anda toughened AiphalHiastlc and surfaced with ,
the glutton In Anthenaeus, who wore phone tract' 218, 46 feet wide, N THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING heavr fibre-board. It moisture-proof, rat-
glares at table so that he might ban o'clock and a copy will be brought and S by 662 feet long E and W in POSTED proof warp,brink-,proof buckle and or fire-resisting.poll IOOM in Win any not climate
Ale the meat Awhile hot and get In advance you by special messenger. sw% of nw sec adjoining said town of S winter or summer. Our $5,000 Anti- -
Warp Bond protects every customer.
Eatonville. v
of his bare
By order of the Board of Public "How many thing wt hart Saves Month's Time
dlien. NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CREATE Instruction of Orange County, Florida proposed to do, how many planned a
MAITLAND SPECIAL .'at its regular meeting May 6th, 1913.J. Cones in sheets ready for nse. Goes on
Net Right at All.Hare TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT yet we loiter in our noblest! dry. Just nag it to bare studding and It is
'I. You be ready at once for any kind of decoration.
you anything to say before Secretary. purposes may always : Edits meet .eG1'-DO paneling uee e<1. "Bishopric" Bnts PlssterInvestigate
sentence Is pronounced against your In compliance with the law regulating successful if you do but set out Saves a month's time in building. .
t I Sheets are 4 feet sQnare,15 sheets to the
liked the Judge. the creation of Special Tax SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT well and let your thought and crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive Now I
"The only thing I'm objecting to" School Districts and in response to a ELECTIONIn practices proceed upon the right nails can apply it.
Look into this
answered the convicted burglar, "Istein petition signed by Smith Granniss, B. method." S Gives Users JllOIIe.snlDrLasting
Identified by a man that kept his A. Galloway, L. L Stone, C. H. Gal- compliance with the law regulating building material. ,
lead under the bedclothes the wholetime. loway, S. B. Hill, E. M. Burkett and Biennial Elections in Special Tax You have often made up your Satisfaction Any ofthedealerspeat
fourth of mind to buy for "It U vita pU4or t I write TOO IB r.naIDed below wQ
others, being one or more School Districts, an election is hereby something the aLb
all" sart U Bore Board ago rooms
That's not right at )xu
.. -. -... ... .... the qualified'voters_ who reside and called to be held in.each of the Special 9 person or the home;'but have put wine"..o.(sar brotfcen kayo Med with awn then gladly show" von- this }
I food rwolt sad find tt tb hiadaomett and beet 'wonderful,non-warping,
pay taxes on property real or personal Tax School Districts herein named be- off doing so from time to time. teas BOD*?as bey. Tier ban alo Utorntod fere-resUtiflg WalT Board. ". An...
Worse Still. herein below amber of their friend*In Joan good*,and M*nor* "'IbMric"....
within the territory low situated in Orange County Flor- Uua ptoMKi with molt*. Learn how you can save time ,
Bangs-How did old Heavysole treat described an election is hereby called ida, at the usual place for voting in Then one day you pick up a week- ua&AnA UB&Kft& Beooai B\,Lima 0. u1 money bl ruing IL Swyowdealartodav
70 when you asked him for his daughter in the town of Maitland, Orange Coun each of said Districts on Saturday, ; old paper and discover some especially '
? Acted like; a pirate didn't he'nttsPirate ty, Florida, on Saturday, June 14th, June 14th, 1913, to determine the num- I. worth-while offer of the For Sale by .
He acted like a free 1913, to determine if the territory ber of mills to be assessed and collected thing needed. '
tooterl-Judpe. bounded as herein below described on the property within each of very you
shall be created a Special Tax School said Districts for Public School pur- This emphasizes the importance
District, to fix the number of millsto poses and to choose three trustees to of keeping posted on when and Orlando' Novelty WorksThe
Plain Speaking. be assessed and collected for Pub- serve for the term of two years in how to buy to advantage. Grasp
Why, It's as plain as the nose on lic School said described each of said Districts .
purposes on I V Z. Fairview your opportunities by reading the *
your faCt territory and to elect three trustees Winter Park, Ocoee, Geneva, Union,I
"Well. anyhow, It ain't as plain as I to serve for the term of two years i in Pine Castle, Chuluota and Tangerine. advertisements in THE SENTINEL Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf Co. Cincinnati, Ohio
tie face behind your nose.-Londot said District, described as follows: carefully every day. (102)
Taller. Sections, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36,, gerine. e. e e 1 t e S t e 1e
Range 29, Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27,, By order of the Board of Public Instruction -
Slander i* the revenge" of a coward, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, less swU of: of Orange Couny, at regular WALL BOARDTRINIDAD'S
nod dKsimuhtion his defense. Sections, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36, Tp 21,: meeing May 6, 1913.
Town of Eatonville and the S% oi: J. F. McKINNON, Sentinel want ads are the market

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MMMIIIMMIHIIIIIMI MH MIIIMIIIMi* I PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY AT ;!fluh1uflflau1fltiflfluiIiIII:1tttutuau1uuuuuflui :

C. Massey, President Atlanta, Ga., May 15-For the first

time in the history of Presbyterianism -
6. "aim Bowe Cnlie
T. Pi ton Wallow VkPm. in America, representatives from
AM' C-Uer Samuel A.Newell Au't cagier
Howard C. Babcock its four branches have gathered in

joint assembly. Beginning tonight

: THE with a consolidated joint fellowship What is theCHRISTMAS
meeting, the first ever held, the deliberations -

4 : : : ':; of the four different

churches denominated as Presbyterians i

H STATEBANK will continue until May 22ni SAVING

Mile than five thousand visitirg

Presbyterians are Atlanta's guests.

this number fifteen hundred
Of are

regularly appointed commissioners, I CLUB ?

of Orlando constituting the largest religious assemblage I

ever held in the south. More

__ __ _._ than seven hundred representativesof .
'W 0"
the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A.,

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY or Northern division; five hundred Merely a number of people who arrange to systematically i

representatives of the Presbyterian save certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-
s,. Church U. S., or Southern division;
> "k ..,. _, -ANDo three hundred from the United Presbyterian surance that they will receive a check two weeks before i

-- business than and twenty-five special com- Christmas for every penny they have saved I
Thc B nk which transacts more missioners from the Associate Re-

any Bank, btfween., Jacksonville and Tampa formed churches, will comprise the

assemblies. L
Atlanta has thrown open her homes

Bank has been built I to the visitors all denominations
The large patronage of'this up ,
twenty by conducting its business on sound : uniting in entertaining the church You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
during years
: representatives who come from every

banking ,principles with careful attenjkm to the legitimate : state in the Union, from Porto Rico,, The 2 cents the first

wants of customers. The confidence o(.the public I I Hawaii and Panama. A number of $1122The
prominent churchmen from Canadaare
!I? -LL'....,ft",'rein, the large ftmrnmt of-- deoosits. '* also expected. The commissioners week "club" nets you

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,001't are chosen, one half from among ....-
the ministers and the others from the .

laity. They constitute the governing

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur body of the church, and are selected
largely because of their prominenceand IT IS WORTH WHILE !

their activity in church work. >

*e.Southern Presbyterians are especially -

correspondent banks are located in every part of interested in the discussions, look- Call at toe Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain [it I more fully,
& between the United and
ing ft union *
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the the Soulhern divisions. Two com- or better still join some club now.

; United States.ENTERTAINED mittees weffc,appointed last year, one

from each of the branches, to confer -

uiiiiiimiiimimmmt'T Tll. i on a possible btos, of union, and

their will be submitted the
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AT BISHOPSTEAD what it lacked in numbers, was madeup I Atlanta meeting. It is stated I hg Peoples National Bank

in enthusiasistic enjoyment Quitea I the; committees have reached an

studentsof number went out in the morningthat agreement, and it is generally believed .
The faculty and boarding "
the Cathedral School were givena they might enjoy the refreshing I that the assemblies will act favor- "It is a pleasure to serve you.

pretty party at Bishopstead last picnic hour. A table was drawn on I ably on the reports. Details of the

evening by the Bishop and Mrs. Wm. the south veranda and twenty two agreement have been published, butt MIIMMillllMIH

Crane Gray assisted by Miss Emma ,people gathered around the bounteous is believed that they will prove acceptable MlltttliMMtMtllMltiHIIIIMimtlMMMMMIMt

Gray and Miss Elizabeth H. Rand. I spread. to both bodies. ,
The school was founded by the The peals of laughter that floated While the Associate Reformed MMIIIMUtlimi

Bishop thirteen years ago, and since out on the breeze from the picnic branch of the church will not hold a 1

that time he has not only taken a deep quarters indicated that the peptic regular conference here prominent

interest in its general welfare, but it part of the rich feast was not being representatives will be in attendanceas

has been his custom to entertain an- neglected. special commissioners. Their synod

nually at his home for the young ladies That the ladies knew the road toa met in December, but it is prob-
of the institution. man's heart was evidenced by the able that an adjourned session wjll be THE BI WRITB T RB

quantity as-,well as the quality foundin held.A.

ARGUMENTS AGAINST EQUAL the baskets and it seemed that they feature of the meeting here,,

SUFFRAGE GONE had anticipated the keen appetitesthat i carrying with it perhaps the most

come to those who drink freel y widespread interest will be a possible

of that refreshing air and had made effort to unite the Northern and
"We want women in this fight," de- ample provision. Southern branches of the church. Und 4 BIG SPECIALS 4
clared Jacob Riis receitly. "Like a
I In the afternoon every one followe I organized endeavor has been mad
host of others, I once said: 'Woman's, -
the bent of their inclination; golf during several years past to bring
in the home, let her leave
place is having the most devotees, with tennisa about the union, but with no further
alone. And then day it
politics one close rival. Those fond of less results than that church men have
that all the things
dawned upon me strenuous around been aroused the The
enjoyment gathered on subject.
which clean politics is reaching out card tables on the cool verandas, while joint meeting here is regarded be

nowadays to protect are summed up the children frisked about the representative Presbyterians
on as a
in that word 'home.' We make war green sward like Easter rabbits on a most auspicious occasion for the mat- !rtIp 1rIi in Man4yM
labor the exploit-
upon child upon Dutch lawn. There was such a hap- ter to be threshed out and a union
ation of woman's work, upon the slum
py abandon in it all that nature effected. No such opportunity has ,
and its corruption, the social
upon seemed to sing "0 day of Rest and ever before offered itself, as the as-
evil What are they all but the ene-
Gladness. semblies have always met in widely 1
mies of the home in which has
The Country Club is a splendid institution separated cities, at different times of
the first and the deepest interest?
for Orlando. Men must have the year.Of

We need her when moral those backing nearest, her moral and time for relaxation and they must considerable interest, particu- 1. SHOES SHOES SHQES

indignation be boys for a while now and then if larly to the Northern branch of. the' .
dearest to her in peril"And
are they would be useful men. church, will be the effort to bring the

in this statement you have entering the The large and commodious Club Union Theological Seminary back into Don't miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros., Wichest
arguments against women
house with its spacious veranda and the fold. The sixteen delegates
politics on account of the "danger to many easy chairs are all so invitingand from New York, however, were elect- &' Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal, Patent
the home 'entirely scattered, just
so restful in appearance that the ed on the pledge that they would
has been scattered every other argu- very presence of them is an invita- fight to maintain the present statusof Leather and Tan. In Pumps, Oxfords and
the of
ment against justice making tion to "Bide-a-Wee," and take in the the seminary. Charges of extrava-

women citizens of the country, whose beautiful prospect. It is to be regret- gance and usurpation of authority Eclipse Ties $3.50 to $4.50 values. For 3 $1 98
laws to whose ,
they are supposed obey,
ted that the public did not turn out against the Board of Home Missionsof
sons they are supposed to rear, whose in larger numbers yesterday and en- the Northern church will be investigated days onlyNo. .

morals they are supposed to help joy an outing at this delightful Club Rev. Joseph 1.,. Weaver, D.D.,
clean.It .
keep is all an intensely interesting grounds. But those who did attend of Rocky Ford, Col., it is understood, 2. 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No, 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest
felt that it was a day spent to good has preferred the charges. Dr. Wil-
problem and it is solving iteslf with a purpose. liam Fulton, of Philadelphia, is Flaxon, Plain White, Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy ,
rapidity that cannot be stayed by n
I chairman of the investigating 'com Stripe Floral and Persian Designs, Patterns, 30c. to 4uc. value. For 3 '
ridicule lawmakers ,
purile or ignorant -
but it is regrettable that thereis FISHING IN MAINE mittee.An interesting contest for the placeof 15c. to 20c values. For 3 days only days only

of the of the
a prospect women Mrs. F. B. Dale, wife of one of our moderator of the Northern
land, under the stimulus of this
same esteemed winter residents, who owns a Assembly has developed, the leading 23c yd.
ridicule and their recognition of the 12 l-2c yd.
beautiful winter home on Anderson candidates being Rev. Dr. M. Alex-
low-grade of intelligence prevailingin
street, is now enjoying life way up in ander; of Pittsburgh; Rev. Dr. Sam-
lawmaking bodies, preparing
many Maine, at Mingo Springs.A uel S. Palmer, of Columbus, Ohio;
themselves more efficiently for citi- card from her yesterday says Rev. Dr. William McKibbin, presidentof Lawns. Plain White and Flora
zensrhip than are the men. No. 4. 500 yds.
that in three hours trolling she landed Lane Theological seminary, of Cin- 11 C d
All over the country, women are Y
one eight pound and one four cinnati, and Rev. Dr. Frederick W. Patterns 12 1-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days only
studying civics, economics, ethics and ,
pound salmon. Now when the Co- Hinitt, of Danville, Ky. -
social problems. They are looking
hoon boys and Carl Dann read this The meeting of the assemblies in
with keen understanding behind the ,
they will have a nervous spell, while Atlanta has attracted to the city some
sham of politics and corrupt public I
that veteran fisherman, B. T. Kuhl of the notable men of the country,
service and some day, they will takea
will begin to take his fishing rod, prominent not only in church affairs N. P. TOWBLLR.
part in the political life of America
section by section and fit it to his but in national activities as well.
-of Florida, in a way that will
trunk that northern
preparatory to United States Senator Hoke Smith
present even greater problems for the
trip this summer. will be present on Tuesday, May 20th,
solution of politicians of the present-
Our friends, the Dales, are so far and preside over a meeting for Home
day type, than they would ever im-
away that it is not worth while to sug- Missions. Some of the most prominent
could be contrived.
agine gest how dear to our heart is the big leaders of the Associate Reformed Rev. Mark A. Mathews, of Washington FAVORITE TODAY
the of Florida to the North
Admit women of
red salmon. branch of the church will be in 0. Flinn, pastor I State, for the Northern division. Two Reel Indian Feature
and let them will pre-
equal citizenship, now, Church, of Atlanta
work out their share in the "public attendance upon the assemblies, Avenue address will be delivered -, Under the direction of the Rev. "Black' Rock's Last Stand" .........
ATTENTION U. D. C. them Dr. J. K. of side. A welcome Central . .
among Pressley of the Dunbar Ogden, Pastor of "Her Kid Sister Crystal
housekeeping, with the knowledgethat J. K. Orr, an
their brothers stand ready to I StatesUille, N. C., moderator of the by church of Atlanta, Prebyterian church, Atlanta, a union A sparkling comedy with spark-
The regular meeting of the U. D. C. Associated Reformed division. North Avenue will communion service will be held at 4 ling wit.
hands.Miami Me I greetings
them fraternal
give helping will take place next Saturday at 3:30 There will be a number of confer- after which moderators of o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
tropolis. at the home of Mrs. B. G. AbernethyIt ences at the various churches of the be extended from the Baptist Tabernacle. The moderatorsof Admission 5c to a'l'
Rev. T. S. Clyeeof
has been again postponed on ac city. The main sessions, however, the four assemblies. the four assemblies will conduct the
WITH THE COUNTRY CLUB count of convention at Ocala. will be held at the Baptist Tabernacle Texas, for the Southern division;
of North Carolina service. Money to loan on improved prop-
MRS. 0. P. LIKINS, and the Auditorium.At Rev. J. H. Pressley,
Assembly erty. S. Y. WAY.
Reformed -
Yesterday was a gala day with th(e Recording Secretary. the opening meeting, a joint for the and
California for bicycles -
Rev. Hugh H. Bell, of Shanibarger's
Club. fellowship gathering to be held at the ;
Country United Assembly, and Sundries. tf Subscribe for the SentinelLouis
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