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: September 3, 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).
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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 by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


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NEAR NEW HAVEN BACK BY fORCE; Orlando is becoming better knownin Unless another member of council ON CURRENCY[ BIll ACCOMMODATIONS

the north and east and the coming should turn up in Orlando within the
season will probably be the best in next day or two it is probable that

TRAIN HlfSCOpmEXPRESS IF HE IS RELEASED FROM SHERBROOKE the history of the town in the opinionof the city employees will have to go SENATOR OWEN BECOMES SEVERE RAISIN;f VENUE

JEROME'S MEN WILL Mr. E. B. Bradley, who returned without their money for August un- IN HIS REMARKS AND
last night from a two months' visit to til it is possible to have a legal meeting -
his old home in Bridgeport, Conn., of the municipal body.

WAS STANDING IN NEW YORK and other places. As previously pointed out in the BAD FAITH TO CONTINUE ACTIVE WARFARE -

YARD WHEN LIMITED RAN "I found that nearly everybody was Sentinel Orlando is without a quo- OCCUPIES ATTENTION
Sherbrooke, Que., Sept. 2.-Over talking about Florida," said Mr. Brad- rum of council at present, and there Washington, Sept. 2.-Bankers' objections -
the violent objection of Harry 1\\\ley. "It 'is known that Florida has seems no immediate prospect that any to the administration currency -

TWO REAR CARS Thaw's counsel, Judge Hutchinson been very much abused but with all : of the missing ones will be home bill were heard today before PRESENT

the superior court today ordered that that there is a disposition on the part' soon. It was said at the city build- the senate banking comr..ittee as a
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 2.-The the habeas result of the conference of Special to The Sentinel
corpus proceedings of the people to leave the east and ing yesterday that Alderman Brush: Chicago
second section of the Bar Harbor lim- Mexico City, Sept. 2.-There were
brought by New York state should bankers a week The hearings
goon. come to Florida, but they want to Walker might be notified by tele- ago.
ited, the New 'Haven railroad's finest Aime Gofferion, who arrived this come and see before they come to graph that his presence in Orlandowas will continue for the remainder of the no developments today in the inter-

train out of the Maine summer resort morning to represent the prime min- needed. Mr. Walker has been week. national question.The .

district, was telescoped by the first ister and attorney general, then announced live."I did a good deal of mixing around absent for several weeks, having pre- While the bill is ready for formal Washington "waiting: policy"
section of the White Mountain ex- seems to have been adopted by the
that the attorney general consideration in the house it is far
among the factory people, and it is ceded the other members on his sum-
press,,while the former was standingin and that "this Democratic Mexicans, who excel in manana (to-
had t intervened matter rather remarkable that they have mer vacation, and it is inferred that from being agreed upon by -
a block just outside this city at must be decided at once." leaders in the senate. Following morrow) tactics.In .
such a general desire to come to Flor- he is about ready to return. It was
6:55 o'clockUhis morning. "If he is not liberated on the writ," ida. I think I did a good deal of ef- only last week that Aldermen Giles the hearings this week an effort the meantime the governmenthas

Wounded from the railroad wreck I I said Mr. Gofferion, "other means will fective advertising among them." and Jackson left, and both expect to will be made by the senate committeeto been busy raising more revenueto

began reaching Wallingford shortly be taken. Thaw must not be harbored Speaking of commercial and indus- be absent several weeks. It is not agree on certain amendments. continue active warfare. She will
after 9 o'clock. A large squad of have fifteen million pesos availablethis
Canadian Owen and his immediate
in Chairman
a trial conditions, Mr. Bradley! said: believed that the absent councilmenare II
ambulances was awaiting them at the face fell and his lawyers, the committee declare, week from local bankers and
"The crops generally are good, but aware of the status of matters supporters on
railroad station. Some of the injured declaring that the writ was irregular, I they have had some fearfully dry brought about by their absence. In however, that the more important I popular subscription.The .
declared that the death list would in their turn for adjournment demanded the bankers Spaniards in the city have an-
spoke pleading weather in Indiana and Illinois, and short, none of them consulted the changes by !
reach fifty persons, with nearly one until Friday. "We must the people are somewhat depressed others about going away, no one of \illnotbemade. A letter made public !nounced! that they will fight: for Mexico -
hundred injured. The collision occurred in the event of American inter-
go on, said the court."I In Bridgeport the tariff discussion is them thinking that his absence would by Senator Owen last night denouncing -
on the New Haven railroad, I I vention.
represent the attorney general, having some effect on the industries. make any particular difference so far a so-called propaganda carried -
between North Haven and Walling- Many disgusted Americans are
said Mr. Gofferion. "Our certain banking interests
jails are For example, there was a circular as the routine work of the city ma- on by
ford, two small Connecticut towns. houses. the bill served to coming back from Vera Cruz because
not boarding intensifythe
public against
I I from one of the big automobile fac- chinery was concerned. It turns out,
The wrecked trains are believed to they were offered only steerage -
"It is the desire that marked the passage
attorney general's tories issued to the working men however, that the situation is rathera feelings openingof
be the White Mountain express and that this be settled to the United States.
matter I
instantlyby while I was there urging them to do serious one for the city employees hearings today.J.
,the, Bar Harbor express, the formerof the liberation of Mr. Thaw. The all in their power to keep the re- B. Forgan of the First National} The government has issued ordersto
which was telescoped by the latter of the not be I No bills can be paid legally with- bank and George M. all army officials to exercise ex-
prisons province can vision of the tariff affecting automo- Chicago, Rey-
,in the .fog. Both trains heavily out the approval of council. This not to permit injuryto
were treme care
? used to shield a man from the federal biles from going through. It was nolds of the Continental and Commercial any
laden with returning excursionists I rule applies to all bills except the Americans or their property and
law. National bank two
Chicago, were
broadly intimated that if the tariff
from fashionable resorts in Maine weekly payroll, which provides for to give them the fullest protection
{ Samuel Jacobs, appearing directly was revised according to the proposed of the first to discuss 'the bill today
the negro street hands and those
: and the White mountains.
: for Boudrean, indirectly for Jerome,i plan that the factory would have to from the bankers' standpoint. everywhere.
I working in the
sanitary department.
.Wrecking trains and surgeons were supplemented Cofferior.'s remarks.: close up. But the general condition Senator Owen, chairman of the
rushed to the scene at an early hour. I All other city employees working on HUERTA'S EFFORTS ARE
lIe denounced the scandal senate banking and committee
case as a :I is good. The Singer Sewing machine currency -
All telephone and telegraph lines monthly salary have to obtain the approval REGARDED WITH SUSPICION
the Dominion and said incumbent last made letter he
to it was factory is working night and day, andso night public a
,to Wallingford were torn down by of council before they can get
on the court to "restore the I is the Columbia talking machine had addressed to James Simpson,
the wreck. Newspaper men and doc- their money. This applies to the policemen Special to The Sentinel.Washington .
of St. Francis its normal - of Marshall Field &
to vice-president
county factory and a number of other big'I
2.-The effortsof
the firemen, the city clerk Sept.
tors went to the scene by automobile.The "
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Co. of arti-
state. Chicago, denouncing as
factories that
place were never so Huerta to mobilize a new and
Bar Harbor express left Mount I and his assistant, the plumbing and
"The appearance of a representa- busy." (Continued on last )
Desert Ferry, the railroad station for milk inspectors, the street superintendent page. greater army is undeniably a war
(Continued on last page.) Returning to the subject of Florida f -- measure, and is regarded here as a
Bar .Harbor, at 3:40 p. m. yesterday, I and in fact all others. i
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running behind time. and Orlando, Mr. Bradley said that I City Clerk Boone stated yesterdaythat BUT FEW APPLICANTS scheme on his part to protect the
ACTION DEFERRED he knew personally of a number of Mexican frontier against the United
The number of dead, according to he had planned to take his va-
people who were coming to Orlandofor I and not that but
railroad officials'is thirteen. The injured cation beginning Sunday. Mr. Boone TAKE EXAMINATION States, only may
the winter and he took it that if
AS his for that
number about fifty. All the TO SCHOOL BONDS has his mind's eye on Ashevilie, use army any emergency
he knew of so many that there must his political life demand. An
dead and injured were in three rear where his family has been summer- may
be a great many more who would be other view of the matter is that Huerta -
"_ sleeping ears of the Bar Harbor train. ing, but he said he didn't know FOURTEEN WHITES AND SEVEN
TIME WILL BE GIVEN TO CONWAY here. is making an effort to make the
; tyo one was seriously injured in the now whether he would be able to go NFGROES ARE UNDERGOING
" White Mountain TO ALLOW ESTABLISHMENT "I find that the personal advertis- boldest possible show to the Mexican
express. not.
' Both train. were heavily laden with ing of the place has been the most or I TEST FOR LICENSE people to show them that he has
h returning excursionists from fashionable effective that has been done," said he. Alderman. T. Sims, president .' TO TEACHBut no fear of intervention. The Huerta
DISTRICTNo "My idea is that if the Orlando Boardof pro tern of council, was asked yesterday -
few the scheme doubt is to become master
::4f: resdrts {in Maine and the White applicants are taking : no
w mountains. 'They were running behind -, action was taken by the board Trade is going to use booklets one what prevision was going to examination for license to teach i in I of the situation in Mexico, become

.;- time through' a heavy fog. of public instruction yesterday in regard of the most effective ways of using be made far paying tie city em- the county schools, only fourteen II dictator, virtually, resign as provisional -

The Bar Harbor: limited had stoppedin to calling an election for the them would be to get the names of ployees. "Don't know,"*replied the whites and 'seven negroes appearin: president and thus qualify for

V Orlando district to issue bonds fore clubs and club members and circulate alderman, "guess we'll have to take
the .block, but the last car of th : yesterday morning to stand the test. I election to the presidency, notwithstanding -

+ 'long train was. just on the edge of the: $50,000 to build and equip another them among this class of people, for the bull by the horns and get them Superintendent J. F. McKinnon had I Wilson's message on the
school house. they are the kind that have the their money somehow," but the alder- II I
:block, limits. all in readiness to begin the work or subject. It would be an almost certain -
The petition which had been circu- money and spend it. man didn't suggest just how the matter -
'The'sigri S had,cleared and the ex- time, and the applicants were soon I prediction that with the army
lated by the trustees was presented, "I found that Orlando is known would be accomplished. .
press had gttten'under slight headway busy with their papers. Miss Minnie and election machinery in his hands

when' the White Mountain ex and had the required number of sig- among those who have been here and Thursday evening is the time for Groves ptesided at the white Huerta would be elected president

,press came long. The engineer ol,: natures.& The petition was not acted those who are thinking of coming as council to meet, but there will be no school l and Prof. J.V.. Simmons at: and thus create a situation that would

however, for the that a comfortable place to spend the win- meeting unless Alderman Walker of
the latter was unable to stop his logo upon reason the colored school, where the exam be in actual defiance President

motive and crashed completely: it was formally made known to thee ter. They look upon it is a place should happen to come in before that inations are being conducted.The Wilson, who demands .as a condition

through two of the' sleepers on board that the people of Conway where they can have the comfortsand date. Aldermen Sims, Gwynne and superintendent of SeminolE precedent to peace the elimination of

Bar Harbor train, and knocked thE wished to establish a sub school dis- conveniences that they are ac- Holland are the only members of county, in answer to a telephone call I Huerta as a candidate.

'next sleeper over'the embankment, trict and in doing so wished to include customed to, and this is a good repu- council now in the city, and one other from Dr. McKinnon, said that Semi-

The shock of the collision was sc I a portion of the Orlando district tation for the town to have. If we member is needed to make up a quo-I nole had three white applicants and WILL COMPLETE TAX

terrific that linen and bed clothin, In order to do this it will be. have a cold winter Orlando is going:: rum. nineteen negroes at work on the BOOKS FOR SEMINOLE

: necessary for the Conway people to to have a good season." "
from the berths on the sleepers wen I "exams. County Tax Assessor Arthur Buttis
out of the broken ; circulate a petition in the Orlando Dr. McKinnon stated yesterdaythat
'swept windows and working on the last lap of the as-
carried Jo the telegraph wires and district indicating their willingnessto COMMISSIONERS FROM CABLE OF INCLINED the applicants would probablynot sessment rolls for Seminole county.He .

poles nearby, where it still hung when give up the desired territory to complete their work until Satur- stated yesterday that he would

the'. wrecking trains arrived. Conway, and then it will become nec- SEMINOLENOT COMING BREAKS INJURING MANYTHAT day. have the job done this week if he had
essary to call an election for the
The White Mountain express was I I to work all night every night: and go
1" voters in the proposed new districtto.
scarcely scratched'by'the collision. It FINAL PASSAGE ON THE RE- without food or drink. The tax as-
vote on the question of establishing STREETS AT FIRE STATIONH.
proceeded on its way, after a fewhours' such district. After PORT OT FHE AUDITORSIS WHICH HAS BEEN FEREDFOR sesor was terribly in earnest. Three
e t. delay. Arriving at the station a this matter copies of the book are being made at
''here '9:40 and is disposed of the board will then DELAYEDThe YEARSHAPPENS WITH Clark Robertson, acting fire
] at. proceeding at once one time. The assessor is makingone
f, f'i New York. The first section of'tke take up the question of calling an county commissioners met yesterday FATAL RESULTS chief, has inaugurated a bulletin for and as he writes he calls the en-

t: White Mountain consisted of seven election to bond the Orlando districtfor and. engaged in the usual rou- Special to The Sentinel closed streets at the fire station. The tries and two young lady assistants
t funds to be used in the erectionof time of bills and took Los Angeles, Sept. 2.The cableof
cars, drawn by engine No. 1337, approving up city engineer reports daily the streets make the other two. In this manner

\Engineer A. B. Miller, Conductor an additional building and the extension the report which had been submittedby the inclined railway on the flightat I that are closed on account of the sewerage the work has gone forward rapidly.

Fowler. of the work to include manual the auditors acting for Seminoleand Third and Hill streets broke tonight -I or street work, and these are

training and domestic science. Orange counties in making chalked blackboard which
two rear sleepers demolished and injured a score of passen-I
,tfere the Pullmans "Chancellor," from While the trustees of the Orlando the accounts for the division of hangs at the entrance of the fire sta- THE TIME OF HIS LIFE
some of them fatally. The cable
district regret the delay they realize finances. gers tion for the information of the fire-
Kineo "
Maine and the "Kazota
Po/tland that it is necessary in view of the Nothing definite was done with the snapped as the car at the top of the men. Chief Robertson makes an inspection Acting Chief Clark Robertson hada
+"*,.",, Maine.in the "Kazota" ,and passengeq'were twenty other problem that came before the report, as it will have to be consid- incline was leaving and the car shot of these streets each morn- card yesterday from Fire Chief
;, ,-two,, in the "Chancellor." board. It is said that the establish- ered in joint session with the Semi- down the track into the ascendingcar I ing to see if it is possible for the fire Dean of the Orlando department whois

ment of a sub district for Conwaywill nole county board. It had been expected both I apparatus to pass even in spite of in New York attending the firechiefs'
The crashing to the foot of the
k overturned sleeper the
was be in
the nature of simplifyingthe that the Seminole board
would |the obstruction. By this system an convention. It was gathered
$ ,.Q&holm. It was almost entirely problem all round, for the to Orlando declivity, fifty feet. The cars were
led reason come today consideration almost perfect tab is kept on the sit- from the epistolary communicationthat
;y .. i by a camping of boys that it is I
party ,
necessary for the school of the report, but crowded. uation
t a telephone and i nthe event of fire in the the chief is having the time of
;'. ._" : ng from Monmouth, Maine.iboya' board ,to pay for the transportationof message was received yesterday thatit vicinity of the closed streets the ser- his young life in New York, and is
homes were in New York, a good many children to the would be THE WEATHER I
city not convenient for the vice would prove of great value. gathering in a lot of useful information

+' .elphia and various parts of the schools from that section which board to come at this time, and the Florida: Generally fair, except I that will be turned to accountfor

Seven bodies were taken from would be unnecessary if the district matter goes over. No definite time showers in south Wednesday and I Go to Curtis & O'Neal for all the the good of Orlando if the .occasion -

j(Continued on Last Page.) were established. was named for the ,'"
rt joint meeting. Thursday. Light and variable winds. magazines. should ever arise. .

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Mrs. C. T..Douglass hands us the Japanese rules for preserving the ORLANDO
following poem. It received a prizeat health are embodied in a bulletin sent
one of the Northern colleges as out from New York by the Japan so-
being the best written romantic poem ciety. Here they are: BUSINESS COLLEGE
that wrought the greatest havoc with Spend as much time out of door I
English grammar. The author is unknown as possible. Bask much in the sun
: i and take plenty of exercise. Take GREAT
A Sad Lament care that your respiration is always
There aint no nothing much no more deep and regular.As MODERN COURSES IN
Theres nothing aint no use nome regards meals, eat meat only I
In vain I tread this lone shore once a day and let the diet be eggs,I Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor

For I have saw the last of theeI cereals and vegetables, fruits and SHIRT SALE poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, i
seen the ship upon the deep frsh cows' milk. Masticate your food
Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
And signaled this here fond carefully.Take
I haven't did a thing but weep a hot bath every day and a Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
Since thou hast went. steam bath once or twice a week if Branches of Civil Service.
the heart is strong enough to bear it.
Alas; for I aint one of they Early to bed and early to rise. Let
What hasn't got no faith in love the minimum sleeping hours be six I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES I
And them fond words of yesterdayWas and one-half hours. In case of women AT' I
spoken true by Heaven aboveIs eight and one-half hours is ad- 1 a Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

it all off twixt I and you? visable. Brown& Lar tidue's' Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
Will you go wed some other gent? I Take a day of absolute rest each 1
The things I done I'd fain undo week, in which you must refrain from ates.
Since thou hast went. even reading or .writing. i I Patronize Home Institutions.
Try to avoid any outbursts of pas-I
0 love I done what I have did sion and strong mental stimulation.I I -
Without no thought of no offence Do not tax your brain at the occur-I i
For Prices and Terms call on or address:
Return! return! I sadly bid rence of inevitable incidents or of i
Before my feelings get intense coming events. Do not say unpleasant -
I've give up all my wealth and show things nor listen, if possible to! See Them WindowREAD
I have gave up all hope of fame avoid it, to disagreeable things.Be . ill Orlallhlo Biiiiies L College ll [
But oh what joy twould be to know married. Widows and widowers -I ) )
That thou hast came. should be married with the least
possible delay.Be THIRD FLOOR PHONE 591
Orlandoites who returned from the moderate in the consumption of
Knights Templar conclave, at Denver, even tea and coffee, not to say tobacco I HAND BUILDING ORLANDO, FLA.
Colo., report that the metropolis of and alcoholic beverages.The .
the great mountain state did herself I 'IQIO afil'IIIIIIIIOD'I OI'II'IIIOII'III'le'I'I'"I.
proud in entertaining and caring for proposition for the press to -

I the thousands of visitors. The city make would news only of that which is THE SENTINEL L F FORTHE NEW l .... ,. ... ., ., , . .. . ,. ... ., .. . "
was beautifully decorated and a military good, be all right if the public -
dress parade six miles in lengthwas were so unaccustomed to the good I
one of the main features. Hand that; it would be interested and star- FOR S..A.LE
' some souvenirs I were sold on the tled by chronicling the good things
streets but a still handsomer one was that happen. News is not a chron-
given away by the members of the icle of the expected but the unex-
Colorado,consistory. It was an exact pected, not of the ordinary but the See oil' Newhute it r Felt lt Hats t Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block
replica of the regulation Knights extraordinary, according to the pub- from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from
Templar sword to be used as a paper lic view. When a man is good he
of Atlantic Lot
station, east side Coast Line Railroad.
cutter. The next conclave will be does not create a sensation. When
held at Los Angeles. he is bad he does, because everybody Lace BandingAT 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
expected better of him. Marvelous south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn 50 bearing Grapefruit
Chief W. M. Mathews of the Tam- occurrences will be news till Gabriel also
I and Oranges and 100 younger trees; English
pa Fire department left a few days blows his trumpet, but there is no excuse -
ago for Atlanta where he will placean to make an unsavory mess of Walnuts, Guavas Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples
order for an automobile fire en- the news.-Wilmington (N. C.) Sen- REDUCED PRICES h bearing 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, norttv
gine. From there he will go to New tinel. west side Lake Barton.
York to attend the convention of fire
Chiefs which North light and unobstructed for
convenes the first of
September. best results in artistic photography.You biiissiis HAMILTON & DUNN
will find these only at Evans I
Deland citizens are agitating the Studio, No. 100 North Main street. I Apply "Sentinel" Office
question of having a modern fire Agents for Barclay Corsets
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$324'a monthto
It costs St. Augustine Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
keep her streets clean will be. pleased to list both city and county 9

residentof property,' both improved and unimproved. A postal or 0D y AND SALT MEATS
John D. Palmer, a pioneer
Miami, died' a few days ago in a telephone call will bring a representative.URITTAIN FISH AND GAME
sanitarium in Atlanta. '

V Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
The merchants and business men of
Plant City gave a big free barbecueon & WAY LEARN ABOUTour Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Labor Day. and pure.
quality confections by a trial purchase
A delegation 'of Odd Fellows from REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS of a pound box of our We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Jacksonville, headed by John Henry 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE CHOCOLATESBON everything in the Meat Line.

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her Miss vacation Lucille Monday Peck, will Miss commence Peck is! o Opeia House Saturday Sept.e t. 0 shapes Daintily and packed variety and of finors.Burr'S in the. original M. Self & Co.

employed with the firm of Ben John 18.20 PINE STREET
and will be relieved
son and company Kandy KitchenOur
for several weeks by Miss Marguerite Phone No. 80IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIttlllMIIIIIMMIHmillM
Pierce. Miss Peck will be a mem- SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT
ber of a picnic party on Labor Day job department is equippedwith .
and will leave Tuesday for Orlando up-to-date faces of type, modern
where she will visit friends and relatives. FAVORITES Mr. EDOUARD D'OIZEAssisted machinery and competent workmen,

Miami Metropolis.The and prepared to turn out beautifuland
by :MISS EUGENIA FLAGG artistic work. Estimates fur- Let US figure on jour Jon rinting

truckers are now busy plant- nished and satisfaction guaranteed.
And an all New York Shakespearean Companyin _
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Palatka Note in Times-Union.

Venice" .
At an election held in Lake City .
Tuesday the property owners votedto
bond the city for $79,000, as follows 7
: "For payment of 8 per cent A Car Load of Scenery, Costumes and Effects

standing outstanding indebtedness notes, ?against 3,200; water out- T1JN Gas Range e .

and light plant, $3,000; present out PRICES: Night . . . 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 FOR m
standing indebtedness against the .
city, $23,000; for the building of a fltJ'I
city hall $9,800. Very little interestwas
; Seats on Sale Friday, September 5that Butt's
shown in the election as it was a $$14.00

foregone conclusion that the bond .
Number 187 ;;
would win out.
$14.00 Number 52$20.00What
The Clay County Times, publishedat PARAGRAPHS Read Sentinel "Want Ada.
kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $U.OO or 20.00: But then, you can't
Green Cove Springs, tells that the I compare these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
beautiful and commodions hotel and Statisticians have figured it out J. C. ANNO stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
springs, the Quisisana Spa and Hotel, that it costs $3,400 to kill each of up the kitchen and waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
D. Sherwood slain in the Bal- I the amount you want. Neither do you have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Range-just twist
have been purchased by the 400,000
persons The Boys' Clothier the wrist and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO., Gas Department.SPECIAL .
Dunn and that something like $300- kan war. e o

000 is to be expended in improve- 11111.'DIIII.II.I.IIIIIIIII..le..IIIIIIIII.111111111IIII'I'IIIIIIIID
ments in the hotel and the casino and Paris has a dog population of 45 W. Church Street .IIII.I.I.I.lgllllel..I..I.IIIIIII..I.III..111OlllallII'I' II
golf links. The improvements con- 200,000 and 18,000 tuberculosis dogsare
templated will make the property running loose in the streets, according -
magnificent and bring to Green Cove : to the French Academy ofIedicine. .II.II.III.lllllllllltIIIIO.llllllle..lt.elllllrmnrlrI't 111111.IIISOI.II.
Springs a-very large number of res- IIMHHHtmtOMMMHHMMMHMHtttMimitMllimitmiitinmtHttHI
idents. The springs and the hotel I

are already well known, but the new Germany has three times as many PRICESI
features and the improved service) motor trucks as pleasure cars whichis
and additional attractions will surely another proof that the Germans

bring many more people to,the very believe in business first and pleasurelast.
beautiful little city of Green Cove .
Springs.-Times-Union Short Talks. { ra1

Prince, the big lion in the ,Chicagozoo a1 a1i We always have special prices, but we
AUTO CHUGS AND SPURTS went on a hunger strike sixteen i
days ago, when his mate, Nellie, died. 'do not have any sales.
A one-mile auto track in the cen- lie can't be coaxed or forced to take
Our plan is to take the it would
ter of the city is under considerationby food and his death from starvation is money

Atlanta, Ga.' > near. cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
.. This book tells how everj"bodj
Robert Perkins is the designer of Superstitious "13" should hold no pays and whether or not the: Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

a new automobile soon to be manufactured horrors for manufacturers, for, ac- are entitled to credit. ers'advantage..
in Detroit. The new car cording to the bureau of foreign and .

will have an exceptionally long stroke domestic commerce, during the fiscal ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S S We mention a few articles that will go
motor and will be a runabout with year 1913 manufacturers of the
several features. United States made their best export ASSOCIATION. at reduced prices :
Three Packard company experi- records. 11..1.11.1111'1111.,1 Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
mental cars have completed a testing It has been a warm summer in the EVERYTHING ; I ? Skirts at $1.74.
trip from Detroit to San Francisco. Rockies, as well as in the plains Fore
The engineers in charge followed th the first time since 1889 and for the -IN- t r Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
trail of the "forty-niners" across the fourth time in the last fifty year s :
plains, turned south in Utah, going= snow has entirely disappeared from H 96 Cents.A .
through Salt Lake City and around I the northeasterly slope of the summiof FEEDFOR !
the lower end of Salt Lake. Mount Rose. new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
I 1,
: Blouses from 46 Cents
I I up.
The Kessler-Detroit Motor Car I Senator Hitchcock finds great fault S .
company is planning the construction! that congress is determined apparently 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
of a car to embody the motor, now to make important measures 'LIVE[ STOCK'LAUBACH T L I
being tested by them, of a 3 7-8 inch party measures. The only' excuse for IIN .
bore by 4 7.8 insch stroke, and about this; is found in the fact that the Re- N
60 horse power. Mr. Kessler and H. publicans did the same thing when
C. Brooks, Jr., are active in the com- :theO were in power and nothing better 1

pany. I can party be expected line is of drawn the Democrats.The on every-. The Grain Man. i. H. Kallilell t New.YorkBa11aillSto11e r[ UrlaIlilo ll llI

The police of Boston are on the thing and it will have to continue so, Church Street, Phone 18 I ,
lookout for motorists who have adopted because neither is willing to yield one
tllllllllll.I..I.II.I.I..IIIIIIIIIIII&IIIII..111111'.11110 .
the new fad of having lights on jot or tittle to the other in the inter- I ++IQ . .U..QI..I.l llllll IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.,111.tlllltlllllll.II..I.I.1.11111..1.
the sides of their machines show est of the greater good.
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green and red like those used on a I
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ship at night. Complaints have been Prices from $1.50 to $30.00 per doz- WELCOME TO
made that the use of these lights has en-all artistic and high class at the

resulted taking the in many red light accidents for from the rear mis- Evans'from Court Photo Parlors House.Be >ne block north I ROYAL PALM\ : t lisn ifildervicabI le A are an Accessories at [conornical rricesII

light. Under the law cars must carry
up-to-date, read The Sentinel BARBER SHOP
two white lights at night. II for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
------- Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
Henry Watterson agrees with Ben 1IIIIIIIItlllller1..IIIII'YOU I Modern and Complete. Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
Tillman in his attack on woman's suf- ; WILL SAVE MONEYBy Everything new, individual New Neckwear. PARASOLS
frage. "It is better td have degraded 1 electric attachments at every Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
politics than to have degraded wo- Getting Prices on your chair. No atone has been left Wool and cotton dress skirts.
Cases Trunks
Grips or
Brick and Stone Work Complete
men, they say. It wasn't so very unturned to make this shop Balkan blouses. Line.
long ago that Tillman and Wattersonwere Building. meet th erequirements of the -
talking about fighting a duel. Phone or Write most particular. Plenty of
Thanks for the subject that has Acme Brick and room. Courteous attendarts. Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure lau will see
brought the two old warriors to- something to interest jot.
Stone Works ,

you want the news, subscribe for M AIT LAND, FLORIDA ; Orange Ate Proprietor.. Orlando, Fla. SALOMON !
kHThe Daily Sentinel CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop.HIMMiMHIIiillilliiU. I ORLANDOR

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DAILY AN EASY TASK.It I'larger in volunje. But on the other eight to ten hours a day and at night | *" IHMtUHMMMMIMIMIOIMMHHMIIIMfrj-

'hand the collections from retail deal- he can find places of amusement

South Florida SentinelMORNING takes money to run a newspaper. ers has fallen off more than half a where he can relax. In the country

AND WEEKLY What an exaggeration. What a million. This shows that the numberof the farmer works from daylight until FACTORY SECONDSNEW

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner whopper. It .doesn't take money to retail places selling liquors has dark and he has no inclination to take

--- -.- .- --- run a newspaper. It can run with- been reduced, but it shows at the in shows when his day's work is over.

Entered, as Second at the Class postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida out money. It is not a venture. It same time a larger consumption of Nevertheless, life on the farm is more LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND

SUBSCRIPTION RATES is a charitable institution, a begging intoxicating drinks. independent. Any man of pluck and

concern, a highway robber. The Such figures are never satisfying courage with intelligence can own a THEY LOOK JUST AS GOODS

newspaper is a child of the air, a for they don't go far enough. It 'arm in much shorter time than it
creature of a dream. It can go on would be only fair to show in this take
would him
One Year ................ ....$5.00 to purchase a home
when any concern would be in the connection how much the populationhas in In the end it is all AND WITH DUE CARE WILL
a city. environment
Six Months .. .......... ....... 2.50 -
hands of the receiver and wound up increased, both by nativity and and the lure of the city will
Three Months .. .. . ,..eo.. 1.25 GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
with cobwebs in the windows.It immigration, and if the proportionwas continue to draw mankind into its

By news carrier in Orlando. 50 cent per takes wind to run a newspaper; still greater with this fact considered web. MILEAGE AND COSTOU
month. Daily andSunday.The .
it takes gall to run a newspaper.It . Another thing to be exhibitedis o
Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon
sale in Orlando at Curtis &: Neal's BookStore takes scintillating acrobatic imaginations what the probable increase would It is the schemes you don't buy ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS

and Wright Brothers. half a dozen white have been if prohibition had not been that will keep the wolf from your

We will appreciate prompt complaint if shirts and a railroad pass to run a in effect-if, in fact, in, some placesit door. t
delivery u not promptly made by our
--' newspaper. But money! Heavensto would not have been much greater
Advertising rates will be furnished on application. I
Betsy and six hands around. Whoever than it is, and another item of the

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL needed money to conduct a newspaper count is whether the increase oc= ', MICHMMHHMHMIIM I 0

Per year, by mail pos-tajce paid.......$1.00 Kind words are the mediumof curred in prohibition territory, or not. I
Address Office 107 THE Court SENTINEL Street Arcade Orlando.Building.Florida. exchange that do the business for All of these things ought to be ar Gasoline . 20c I : SHOP SERVICE

Phone 24. the editor-kind words and church rayed before the conclusion is reached

WEDNESDAY, SEI T. 3, 1913. social tickets. When you see an editor I that prohibition creates a greater demand GULF GASOLINE 22c j

with money watch him. He'll I I for drink. Partial statistics THE KIND: THAT BRINGS A

be paying his bills and dig racin g'I may be misleading.NOT .
Not long now until the political That is the way several of the CUSTOMER BACK THE NEXT
his profession. Never give moneyto I o
will Give
begin again. us
game in
leading a big Georgia
strength to stand ito an editor; make him trade it out. ALL SUFFRAGISTSThere TIME, FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING -
He likes a swap. I city had their signs read not so

Then when you die, after you long ago. TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,
Gainesville is a naughty town, we I is a very determined and apparently ,
have stood around for and ...A+++
fear. There were twenty-one cases years ; weB organized club in New AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL-
sneered at the editor and his little l
in police court there Monday.Stat York known as the Guidon club whir h There must be a reason for it. '
Jim Crow paper be sure that you ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
o has for its object the emancipation of
have wife send in for threeextra CULF GASOLINE
Came Warden Jones seems to women from the idea that a majority OUR SHOP SERVICE-AND IT IS
be going about his work in a compe- copies by one of your weeping of women want the ballot. IS BETTER
children, and when she reads the FREE.
tent way. He has begun the selec- In a recent issue of the New York However it does not cost you
and touching notice about
tion of his deputies with great care. generous World the leaders of this club maden any more in Orlando than the
you, forewarn her to neglect to send
o appeal for funds with which to other kind. ,
the editor nine cents. It would
Yes, it's rather warm, but have you over conduct a publicity campaign to let
whelm him. Money is a corruptin III...
read that they're coming back from in and the
women particular world in

just Kansas to get and a Virginia breath of and Florida other states air? thing.wants The is editor your knows heartfelt it, and thanks whathe ; eight general per know cent of that the not women more wanted than P.G.WALT'N() Agent : : I.I IW.\ r PHILLIPS & SONS

then he can thank his printers and

Hotel Commissioner lesser is issuing they can thank the grocers. Give the ballot were strongly and that opposed ninety-two to it.percent PHONES { gillilMMMMMMIMMIttt .

your job work to a traveling man I
warnings from Tallahassee to Whatever else the Guidon club has
hotel keepers. The hotel man is in and then ask for half rates for done or may accomplish it has given : 11111111.1.111..,1.,111111 ,..
church notices. .Get your lodge let __ u_._. ._- -- .- .
the "I Should Worry" class now, witha us a comprehensive working basis for ;
ter heads and stationery v
printed out
mess in front and a messer behind estimating the strength of the suffra-
of town and then flood the editor
him. gists. Judging from their recent activities -
with beautiful thoughts in cards of
o- at Washington and elsewhereone
thanks and resolutions of
A white haired old lady riding a respect would begin to believe that a FOR SEPTEMBER
They make such spicy reading and
attracted much
bicycle yesterday as more considerable proportion were
you are so proud of your local
attention almost as a circus parade. pa- favorable to acquiring the ballot than
And yet why hasn't an old lady as per when you pick it up filled with the Guidon club allows. So long as

much right to ride a bicycle as a these glowing mortuary articles. they are in such a minority we can Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
But money-scorn the filthy thing!
young one? combat them with fine bravado. A
Don't let the pure, innocent editor
o noted editor is responsible for the
know anything about it.
Lo, the lime! Once despised it, Keep that statement that there are two kindsof
for sordid who
too, has been turned to a,source of charge men who favor suffrage-one is
I for their wares. The Lord loves 'a
profit, and the crop from the keys the nincompoop and the other the
cheerful giver. He takes
this year has been sold for a hun- the editor, who has a charter care from ol shifty politician who wants to be in STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE-E IBLE I
dred thousand dollars. Florida's pro- the receiving line when suffragecomes
ductive industry is yet in its infancy. the state to act as a door mat for provided it gets here. OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
the community. He will get out the
o paper somehow; and stand for the The Guidon club is composed of LET US SHOW IT TO YOU :MOUNTED IN A BRACELET .
The first arrest under the recently both men and women, presumably in
enacted "blue sky law" was made at town and whoop it up for you when about the same proportion that char- HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANYONE
you run for office. Don't worry about
Gainesville Sunday. The man was an acterizes the mixed battalions on the
the editor-he'll get on. The Lord OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
agent engaged in selling stock in an knows how-but somehow. Hastings- suffrage side. If the men who favor

Atlanta trust company. The blue sky on-the-Hudson News. the ballot for women are nincom- DELIGHT.

law probably gave this agent a blue poops how may be designate the men
o ---
Monday. who enlist to fight against it? If


Parents should not leave to the would make the braver showing-we

end of the month the work of preparation We can prove almost anthingby wonder?

for school opening. They; figures, depending upon how we pre- o COME IN AND SEE THEM.

should have their children in schoolon sent them. Just now the anti-prohi- BACK TO THE CITY

time, neatly dressed and well instructed bitionists are showing that the con- a -

as to their duty of obedience sumption of liquors has increased Fall is almost with us and "backto -...

to teachers. during the past year in spite of the the city" will take the place of

o fact that prohibition territory has "off to the country." Vacation sea-

Dr. Yuan Shi Kai in China is like been widened. The last report of the son has closed for another year and T.:" Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
the three tailors of Tooley street. internal revenue in every section of the country men
that the increase .
He is the people. Perhaps it is too the revenues and women will resume their daily ,

much to expect China to become a from whiskey tax for the pre tasks. The city dwellers imagine at

good republic all at once. There are vious year was nearly eight million times they would like to live in the POSTOFFICE

too many men of the temper of Yuan dollars greater than it was for the country, but when they see the work

Shi Kai to change the system all in a previous year; the increase from vin which must be done on the farm the
whirl. ous liquors was more than a'third o f ,city man balks. He prefers his life EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

o a million greater, and the increas of daily routine to the drudgery of;

j from beer was over three million the farm. The city man works from
Fort Myers Press: The Orlando .

Sentinel recently installed a new ; ----- -p

press, and now threatens to expand. -

Hope it wont bu'st. But there seems '

to be no danger of that; the city's

taxable values are declared to be well San Juan GarageREBUILT ?

above $5,000,000, and the Sentinel is

qualified to keep the o pace. ;

The new fall styles in men's cloth- i I en

ing ire as ridiculous as some of the I

much commented-on styles of the enU

gentler sex. After all the men have II PER CENT OFF

very little room for unfavorable com

ment on the styles the ladies affect. I U U U

Take the styles in men's shoes. If ONALLOURPARASOLS

a man had a foot the shape of some One 1912i, Five Passenger Touring! Car, i
of the shoes displayed, he need not

work on the streets for a living-he complete, new tires

could enter a side show as a freak

and make more in a week than he $450

could in six months at hard labor.
0--- Special for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Ocala Star: The Star notices that I One CadiliacFive] Passenger
its Tampa contemporaries and the Touring:Car, i
Orlando Sentinel are much in doubtof complete' t

the guilt of Leo Frank, and with I

this solid backing, it ventures to express $600 0 : Brocaded and SilK Ratines

a similar opinion. The guilt
for this shocking murder lies between I

Frank and the negro Conley. It One 1912 Four I Marion Ives ForEXCLUSIVE
Passenger 30 Car See
seems to the Star that had Frank i JUJft

been guilty, he would have had bet- complete !

ter sense than to have put the faith
in Conley that the latter testified he $550Don't Your New Fall Coat or Coat Suit

had. He had plenty of time to es-

cape before the crime was discovered, I

and he certainly had sense enoughto I

know he could put no dependenceeither _forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written I II MILLINERY PARLORSAgent

in Conley, or the bungling guarantee of 5,000 miles. Pictorial Review Patterns Second Floor BON TOM CORSETSTHE
vices used to throw suspicion on de-I I

other party. .

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qualities of "Sorosis," "R. J. & II.," and "Popularis" are so
In sizes for all ages. In blacks, tans, and whites. well known that they need no eulogy from us.

Prices range 50c., 60c., 75c., 90c. and 100. Prices, 10c., loc., 20c. and 25c. Wear like Leather. Prices, $1.25; 1.50, $2.00 to $3.00.

Cft111li'il! Ull I Our stock is full and most comprehensive. i llhiii I

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F. N. BOARDMAN, 104-106 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDOWADE

visit relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. ANNOUNCED
Miss Leonora Nicholson, daughterof
THE TUNER L. C. Watkins left last night The engagement of Miss Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nicholson, and!E LIMES
ORLANDO. FLA. for his home in Greensboro, N. C. Needham Bryan, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Henry Vedder were married last
J1 Mrs. John Milton Bryan, and sisterof night at the residence of the bride's
Mr. J. E. Jackson, of Tampa, is United States Senator Nathan P. parents on America street, by Rev.I
Garden seed at McElroy's. among the out-of-town folks peram- Bryan, to Mr. Lawrence Raymond J. E. Wray, pastor of the First Methodist -;I LIMES
bulating Orlando's thoroughfares to- Milton has been announced. The mar- church. The marriage took place j

Mr. and Mrs. John Schnarr spent day. riage will occur in Jacksonville on in the early evening, and was witnessed -f I I
October the second. only by a few intimate friends.
yesterday in Eustis. I Ii
Messrs. F. T. Lott and W. B. Moore, The couple took a carriage to Winter I LIMES

Mr. J. J. Stokes, of Philadelphia, isj I popular commercial men of Jacksonville Miss Cornelia Frances Magruder, Park and caught the evening train at i
hotel.' are in Orlando today on busi- that point for Sanford, where they I
spending today at Orlando's big the popular and attractive society ed-
ness. itor of the Times, has returned home expected to board the boat for Jack i I Are getting scarce, but we succeeded in ; ;
sonville. will return to Orlando :
Mr. James Kibler left'yesterday for from a vacation of five weeks which They -I
his old home.in Lincoln, Del. He will!j I Mrs. C. A. Carson and daughter, she spent delightfully with relativesat after a brief wedding tour. The i L getting another barrel. Send in '
Miss Inez Carson, of Kissimmee, Sentinel joins the friends of
return in the fall. |j i were interesting points in the state. She I many order before
I I I in Orlando yesterday, guests of the visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Magruder -I the young couple in wishing them a i your they

Mrs.' Charles P. Drennen left yesterday -I I Tremont. at DeLand, and another brotherin life of happiness and prosperity. I are gone
for a visit to friends and relatives -i 1I 1---- Orlando, enjoying many outingsand i
in Birmingham.Mr. I i I Mrs. Joseph Bumby has as her motor trips. Recently she has VITAL STATISTICS FOR I
guests Mrs. J. M. Maddox, of Fort I AUGUST VERY MEAGERThe I,
been at "The Breakers, at Daytona,
T. 0. Wilson, of Miami, (is! Meade and her two sons, Alexanderand together with her sister-in-law of Or- i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

spending today in Orlando. He is I Francis.Mr. lando, who had her car at the beach,I assistant city clerk has finished
stopping at the San Juan. I and took many charming motor tripson making up the vital statistics for the I
1 A. C. Starbird, one of Apopka's the famous beach of that part of month of August. There were three THE SANITARY GROCERY !

Mr. George McCulloch left }'ester-i substantial citizens, spent last evening the east coast. They greatly enjoyed, births, all white, and eleven deaths,
day for New York, where he will purchase in Orlando, leaving on the mid- surf bathing at Daytona. Miss Ma- seven white and four colored. It!I
his fall and winter stock. night train for Jacksonville.Mr. gruder motored through from Daytona wouldn't seem much of a job to make\\i.l Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. ; ;.

to Orlando Saturday, returning to up such a meager lot of statistics, but I i I.tf.MIIO.tMMMOMHMMMMIHIUiiliMHillllilllMGolfer's
Miss Creses Adams left yesterday S. B. Chalfant and daughter, the city Sunday. Her many friendsare the physicians have been so negligent,I -
for. Sanford after spending several''I Miss Dorothy, who hive been spend- glad to welcome her back to the about sending in the information of j i --

days with Mrs. Cuney, in this city. ing several weeks it' Brownsville, city.-Tampa Tribune. this kind that the records for the past
Pa., returned home l las evening. several months have had to be gone i Supplies
I I .
I and inserts made and totals
Mr. H. C. McDaniels was among the Billy Brown, who was severely injured over
I Mr. J. C. Hanner left last night Not, have the -
Orlandoites returning home last even-: in the surf at Daytona Beach changed. only ph'sidans I
ing after an absence of several weeks.!I for Opelika, Ala., to be absent about Sunday, when he barely escaped been neglectful but the under- S.
I ten days. Upon his return he will takers have failed to report deaths
drowning, was brought home yester-
Beardale and Mr. J. R. be accompanied by Mrs. Hanner and promptly and correctly. I
Mrs. W. day by Bob Magruder and Tom Lang- Spalding makes everything needed by the
children, who have been visiting rela-
Beardale, of Orlando, Fla., are guestsat i ford, and carried to the Church Home
the Battery Park hotel-Asheville tives. I GENEVA MINSTRELS
and Hospital. His condition is not !
gOlf player, and his name is a guarantee of
serious, but he is painfully hurt by
Mr. Wm. Edwards, of Zellwood, a
member of the board of public instruction having been cut with barnacles on the I
J. A. Laney, who has been installing minstrels {highest quality of material and workmanship.
attended a meeting of that piling to which he clung while await- I The Geneva were the attraction -
the new press in the Senti- Mrs. Edwards ing rescue. at the Lucerne last nigh i
body yesterday. accompanied -
nel office, left yesterday for Jack- and audience enjoyed the !' clubs carried in stock
him to Orlando and spent a large per- Sample or we can
sonville. I)the day with friends. I Mr. Harry C. Alting, special agent formance from olio to drop curtain.I .

I :, +: for the Johnny Jones Shows, was in The young people had been thorough.lorder just the club you specify, in weightor
Mr. W. H. Combs and Mr. Reese I I Mrs. H. H. Dickson expects to leave'the city yesterday conferring with ly trained under the direction of Mrs.
Combs, of Miami, who are now en-.today for Jacksonville, where she will{J the officials of the Fair Association Curley, of Geneva, and the performance -!
We furnish the famous
length or shape.
joying a stay at Wekiwa Springs, I was a decided triumph for her
take the Clyde line for New York.I in regard to an engagement during I
were in the city yesterday. She will be joined at Jacksonville by f:I the coming winter. The Johnny and the performers. The proceedswill i,
I Mrs. Arnold. They will visit Miss' Jones Shows were here during the be given to the building fund of "Never Slip" grips. Red Dot and all Dimple

Mrs. Kate Wright and her daughter -I Ethel Dickson at Yonkers. last fair and gave general satisfac- the Geneva Methodist church. I
Miss Augusta Wright, have returned -I tion. The company is playing at Kan- balls in stock at all times,

from their summer outing Wm. L Coryell, writing the Senti- kakee, Ill., this week.Mr. The Fraternal hall in St. Augus-I

spent at Cincinnati and Indianapolis.Mr. nel from Medicine Lodge, Kan., says: tine is being remodelled and when! W. S. BRANCH
"We shall hope to start for home ina Ray White, a former Orlando the work is completed the Ancient ,
Joseph L. Guernsey left yesterday few days. The weather is very hot young man, came over from Apopkalast City will have one of the most com-!i The Arcade Book :nod Music Store
,for Minneepolis, where he will I here and we long for a breath of good night on a short visit to rela- modious and best fitted lodge buildings -
visit his brother Frank Guernsey, for.Iold Florida air. We are both nearly tives and friends. Mr. White is a i owned by any lodge in the state. I
some time. On his return he will stop i prostrated today with mercury at 106 conductor on the Florida Midland rail-' FOR SALE LOST-On west Church street, bunch
by Chicago and Louisville. [with no breeze." road. Nasturtium seed at McElroy's. -
keys. Finder please return to
A fine milk second calf,
- -- Jersey cow: L.
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I WANTED-Plain sewing of all Two miles of brick streets are to
THEm I kinds. 13 Church street, over Fabe laid in Sarasota before the winter
vorite theater 93lmo. season opens. .

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t.. Tallahassee, Sept. 1.-The new ho- Boston, Sept. 1.-Mrs. Stayvesant Knoxville,. Tenn.-, Sept. I A1v1t
Atlas [E. II i
tel commissioner has sent out the following Leroy and Mrs. Amos' Tuck French, National Conservation Seal fruit JarsALL

circular letter by way of warning of New York and Newport, who were which opened here today I .
to the hotel and boarding housesof injured in an automobile accidentnear ment is making extensive
the state: Canton last night, were resting ing picture films to SIZES
"This department has been informed comfortably at their hotel here to- of conservation and as AMPA ,

that there are representa-j teaching the masses of
tives of fire extinguisher companies was stated by attendants that along many different
and screen companies going over the Mrs. Leroy, for whom grave anxiety Some of the most
state and representing to different I. had been expressed, had apparently these films are of the JUST AS EASY 4 Jelly Glasses-Smooth Edge
hotels, boarding houses and others suffered nothing more serious than abad department of mines.
that they are either my deputies or: shaking up. Her daughter, Mrs. position the department
their goods have my approval and French, fared no worse, the attend- show one picture that Preserving Kettles

selling same in many instances where ants said, and they added that there ery step taken in the say "Give me a dish of
they are not required. Such repre- was no cause for alarm in either case. ore and its N SET T I A

sentations are false, and without manufactured product. Cream as it is to omit
foundation. I have not made or given FRISCO LOSES OLDEST PAPER name-why do you do
any such orders or instructions of FREIGHT FIGHT ISLOST when by saying POIN- :
of this kind to San Francisco, 1. The long '
permission any one; Sept. BY you get so much I
and as there are a number of brandsof and useful career of the MorningCall real VALUE for your : STORE

fire extinguishers, some of whichdo San Francisco's oldest paper, Washington, Sept. L I,
not bear the approval of the fire ended today, it having been pur- door collection and 124 South Orange Avenue
underwriters' association, I would chased by M. H. De Young, proprietor were withdrawn formally becaus ewe make it :
suggest that any one desiring to pur- of the Chronicle, and its publica- timore & Ohio and trouble, no expense, no ef I OFFICE
chase a fire extinguisher first write tion discontinued.The omitted or considered too I
roads here today. I . ; " " " .. .
this department and also consult their end of such an old and well The interstate in order to make POIN-
fire insurance agent before doing so. known newspaper as the Call causes I the standard of purity
sion has served notice !
As to screens, all hotels, boardinghouses regrets among. Californians, but for ber of commerce and the i| Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayELECTRIC

,etc., should first find out from some years the paper has had small chants' association that '
this department how outside open editorial influence, as it has passed i Its for sale IIIn I'
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ings should screened and the man- from hand to hand. John D. Spreckles the your town
drawing service.
ner in which they should be installed. invested several millions in the Call I Ads"I.I

'Very truly yours, I and became tired of it. FSTFS & CO. I
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"Hotel Commissioner." AMATEUR GOLF TOURNEY I A man passed- I: ORLANDO FLA.

MOVEMENT OF CALIFORNIA an emigrant wagon with I No. 4
Garden City, L. I., Sept. L-The 1
CITRUS FRUITSLos 1 tion painted on its side
leading amateur golf players of the I ,
I and elevation, Kansas
country are assembled at the linksof
Angeles, Sept. L-Total citrus I populistic admiration to You an Invitation
the Garden City Golf club for the I Have house
fruit shipments from southern California amateur championship tournament of I I am going to my wife's your room or
since November 1 to date, 13- I make no further at our sample rooms
the United States, beginning today cleaned without dust troubleof
998 cars; from northern California, and continuing until Saturday, inclu-I immigrants*and tourists Arcade BIdg, to look over or
2,354 cars. Daily shipments since suggestion: Come to !
sive. The Havemeyer cup and four of over 600 Suitings furniture
last report: Friday, August 22, 23 medals will be competed for under rest in elevation, where ; I moving .
cars; Saturday and Sunday, August the rules of the governing body, the ucation can engage, in i and Winter, 1913. You

23 and 24, 27 cars; Monday, August United States Golf association. It bring along your I I let another day pass be-
25, 18 cars; Tuesday, August 26, 22 have good times and
was hoped that Hilton, the British your selections. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
cars; Wednesday, August 27, 12 cars. with no danger of
amateur champion, would have been
The orange movement is gradually is worth consideration have your measure taken
able to for the
come over events, but perienced
becoming smaller and will soon be man.
he cabled that he could not leave England varication.-Fort have to walk out of our
cleaned up. Indications for citrus
'fulare that the at this time. it will be right." You
crop m county are SOME I I
yield will be the biggest crop in its ELLIOTT HEADS SO I P I of it. We will Guarantee
history. The old groves which escaped -
NEW HAVEN ROAD i and that our suits are the
the frost are in normal condi- They want to buy or .
tion and will yield a heavy crop. The New York, Sept. 1.-Howard El- change; or they want i .
quality, and sizes will probably be liott, who succeeded Charles S. Mel- want employes, or this, I '
among the average. len as president of the Northern Pa-I other, and they don't I FASHION' SHOP ThePIERCE[ L[ ELECTRIC[ L C01 llln
cific railroad ten years ago, again fell about it. Let Sentinel I e Bld g, Orlando Fla.: [.
Best ever is what they say and heir to his mantle today when he as-I'cals work for you.

Orlando people know. Evans Artistic sumed the presidency of the New tically unfailing of ; "want ad. way" if you
Photographer, No. 100 North Main York, New Haven & Hartford rail-I I. place that you want JHURCI-l STREET
street. road, which Mr. Mellen relinquished. Read Sentinel "Want I rent i
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Do you need a Go-cart ? Do you need a Refrigerator?

Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?


Kincaid &, Sno-w-den I 1

Low Price Furniture Co. . y Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla.' I

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CLASSIFIEDBusiness advertisements Attorney at Law" ii ORLANDO, W. A. SLAUTER Show Office Room and j Are You Going to Build? I INot
Boosters (classifiea FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St.I' < I
Practices I I in Courts
received after 10 o'clock, '
) General Plumbing and Beating Contractor. Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction.The ,
midnight, will be run in the"Too Late
'! most Modern Sanitation of the Age In New Inventions in Plumb.oom ,
to Classify" column. R ll-Mc\eill & Davis Building USE BRICK
Boosters of five lines, or less-ap-] ; ; ing for both Private and Public|! Buidngs/| Fine Plumbing Fixtures. J
p- ptQximately: 30 words one time, 25 II! = I 11 Estimates Cheerfully Chen. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable \ I
cents; three times 50 cents; one week f If you want the news, subscribe for|, SEWER PIPE LAID AT I3cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER. '
(six daily and one weekly] editions) I rile Daily Sentinel. 7illM8iillllMIIBM>l8tl MIMIIIIHiHiliMMIMilM < just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no
$1.00; one month. $3.00. _I more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactory
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to loan-on-i improved prop- :;f JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough t
erty. S. Y, WAY. : texture. None better. '
the Say artistic, have photographer's you heard about Studio Evans No., : agent.LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state

100, North Main street? :
I I. Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire
and Undivided Profits
and $130.000.00.
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; anew I Capital Surplus your orders, at my expense.I .
hotel; has all modern conven- : Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
iences; fronts on Ocean just south : handle:

of, ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day : .... Statement As Rendered to the Comp- ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
and upwards. Special rates by the t troller at the Close of Business AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular ',
week or month. We make a specialty ; June 30th, 1913 Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock, ',
of sea food dinners Thursday even- : '. \,',. ,Kh t+ RESOURCESBanking Granite Curbing, Building Sand. .
ings and Sunday noon. 78tf. e.? 4 P +, +, rt* I
F House, Furnitureand h
FOR SALE 151 Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies: '
for Jackson Square : Sxrt d;' Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders. *
ASK Coffee.your grocer 621tf. : '5 5 A}, Overdrafts ..............: 83.98 I
S. Stocks and Bonds....... 26,018.33
FOR SALE-New modern five-room : 5 ',r;, a Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11555 : & Knight's Terminals, I |
house, centrally located. Apply this I' a W.R. Fuller Foot Franklin St,
office. 7-1 d & w tf : / ; ai ,
'.:S; #,:; _. $661,647.12UABIL1TIES FIORIDZ
BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice : .
suburb in east part of the city. r ".'''4flllllll'C'lleGGCQIC'IO'11111111141'11''IJI.
Jensen. Carll': s. .z Capite ...... ...........$100,000.00
,good I ; Surplus and Undivided I tt" I'IIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIOllla'I'IIIII'III" " ..
FOR SALE-Five room cottage ,,,: r Profits ................ 33,889.11 "
location, two blocks from business'I Deposits ................ 527,758.01United : ANGE & BATESROOM
section; a bargain if taken soon. Address :
W. 0. S., Sentinel :1 11115.61.1
' a' , $661,647.12The 5, BAND BLOCK PHONE I !
FOR SALE-Two good sound and i
gentle mules. Fine workers and m officers and directors of the Or- 11 II I 1
a bargain, if taken at once. Call on!I t1ss3 lando Bank and Trust Co. desire toe I
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- r call the attention of its depositors and ''tttt'IIOIII"JIO'I "Olltlll'I'IOII IIIItt4f'III'.
lando, Fla. 7.10 d &; w -F St I
friends and the citizens of Orlando i
FOR SALE-Player piano, S8-noteI! ., to the above statement The manage- LIGHT THE
Remington, made by Starr Piano j jk 4 ment of the Bank feels that this showing al.l.
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new/
slightly used, good shape in every respect -' reflects the conservative, sane and PATH TO PROSPERITY
Will make some reduction for, progressive methods employed in this
cash. Music with same. For further financial institution. Strength begets
information apply to P. 0. Box 114 confidence, and strength is no where
Winter Garden Fla. 7-10-dwtf Merchants who use Electric Signs lose
displayed better by a bank than in never
-- SEED POTATOES --I State Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.JMMMMMIIIIMMMHilMI . their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

Red Bliss Triumph. Now ready for cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
fall planting. 1111111 I M Ml Ml II If f fit i I It>H t MI f customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

W. E. HUDSON, I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
8-261w. P. 0. Box 58, Orlando.I Sheep Manure Fertilizer trade within its reach: That is the reason

FOR RENT WRIGHT -FOR _ they command the attention of buyers. ,
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-- \. REALTY SEED CO. fJ I-.

6-26 FOR tf.RENT-Cottage and unfurnished.AMES end A. KNOX.fiat, furnished Hate FOR Our REAL Business ESTATE Garden TrUck or flowers For Every Store OwnerNo i

WANTED Orlando, Florida PRODUCES RESULTS matter how small his business, the Elec-

tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
WANTED TO RENT-Small unfurnished Does NOT BurnS1en'
cottage. P. P. McGraw, advertising.
at Sentinel office. ImiltMIIIIIMMIIillMilMIMMIilllllMIMMMIMMiMMHiMIIMHIMMIIMiill 4 Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub.

LOST AND FOUND | mit a sketch.

LOST-Saturday night, at the Grand No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
I i 1 Silt Sale I .
theater, or on the way home, a i
ruby pin. A suitable reward will be! ,
paid to finder by Mrs. L. N. Lewis,I|
406 East street Itj I a W T[ & Ub T CO.
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FOUND A riding skirt. Owner
get same by calling at the Sentinel! %offonMen's Suits offonBoys' SuitsoffonMen'sPants : COOK WITH GAS
office and paying for this ad. I \
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ANNOUNCEMENTJust I % offonBoys'Pants I

received new lot factory sec-! i

onds. They I.- W.look PHILLIPS- good to &us.SONS.- I! $30.00 Suits now $20.00 $15.00 Suits now $10.00
Coolest corner In Orlando. No stairs' I Brick KI! milCEMENT ( Brick l

to climb and photographs studio.unapproach.able 27.00 " 18.00 12.00" 8.00
at Evans' new
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GOING AWAY 25.00 16.67 7.50 5.00 BRICK

If so, don't forget to have the Daily "
Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto 22.50 15.00 6.00 4.00 These Brick are better than Clay Brick

charge.your summer home. No extra I 20.00 13.33 3.00 2.00 and they are cheaper

NOTICE I 18.00 12.00 Terms : Cash Down

Those desiring to make changes IB FRANK HYRES
their advertisements must have their
copy in this office not later than noon Maker of Artificial Stone
of each day to insure publication. W. M. SLEMONSIMtHlittMIMMiMMMtlitMHItiiiimtl
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I CURRENCY BILL M UHMIMi" Louis C. Massey, President I II _
(Continued from first page.)
T. Pletoa Wtrlow. VfawJ m.BoH I. Where How* CMktar ficial the propaganda against the administration -

j c. Bftbeoek. AMt Cuter Samuel A.Newd1 Au'Cackler currency bill in behalf of The City of Orlando

private interests and denying the oft-

repeated charge that the banking in-

THESTATE terests were not given proper hearings The County of Orange
by the framers of the measure.

Senator Owen commented upon a
telegram published in a New York

BANK paper from fir Simpson saying, "We The State of Florida

think the fullest exchange of opinion

between framers of the currency bill l

I and order bankers to avoid absolutely mistakes."necessary in The U. S.

H' of Orlando I This'had been sent in reply to a GovernmentDeposit

query telegraphed broadcast by the

-- newspaper asking for opinions on alleged

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND legislators lack of and co-operation banking interests.betweenthe

Reviewing the various congressional
hearings and investigations preceding

the drafting of the pendingbill
The Bank which transacts more business than the senator declared that just their funds with this Bank because it is

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa four days prior to the publication of
the replies to the inquiries of this conducted along lines of commendable approval

newspaper the bankers had been invited -
and in compliance withNATIONAL
The, large patronage of this Bank has been built up to appear before the committee
September 2 and that they had already
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound been given two hearings. BANKING LAWS

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate "The work of the National City

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis bank of New York in circularizingthe
country in behalf of the opposition Do you not think that a Bank which meets with .
reuected in the large amount of deposits. is evidence that the bankers

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 themselves are not well informed as the approval of the government should be THEe

to their hearings. It is an open s Bank for you?
cret that these great concerns, like

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Morgan & Co., have publicity agentsto We cordially invite you to avail yourself of the
whom they pay very large salaries

and who are able to create fictitious same facilities which these governments enjoy. ,

and false opinion unduly favorable to
correspondent banks are located in every part of the contentions of these great financial

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the companies."The ,
business men of the country
t United States.
need have
no fear that their representatives -

and senators in congress
4MMIIMMMHMIMIIHMMIMMHIMMMMIMMM' will act unadvisedly. Representativesof
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the big banks of the country have Open your account with t'"vry-: fr
been the
given most abundant
HAVEN ROAD RESULTSIN BACK BY FORCE to be heard and after they opportunity had The

MANY DEATHS held their Chicago meeting and presented Peoples National Bank i

: (Continued from first page.) anew their old contentions and

(Continued from First Page.) true for the attorney general i a asked for further hearings, their request "It is a pleasure to serve you"

this car. The first body identifiedwas thunderbolt to us," said Mr. Die was granted by telegraph and
that of R. A .Hotchkiss, of New Kevw[ n. "We did not know the
of his hearing was set for 2 Tu
Haven, Conn. P.611. : !!!!!!!!!!!!!! "
presence until this morning. We day, September 2." es.MiiiiIMMiMM1ie. t. . . . . . .. . \\\ ' " "" '.
the passengers were in their should like time to consult the law --- -
berths and in their night clothes, to his --- ------ -- -- - -- - -
making identification of the dead difficult -i "I sent for him," said the court

!I curtly. "The issues here are plain. With Savannah Winning Both Divisions -'
The dead and injured were broughtI First, is this man illegally detained? of the Season THE BIG A SPECIALS
to morgues and hospitals in this city: Second, does Bourdeau have
a rightto Savannah, Ga.
Sept. 2.-The South
Its route to New York
was Port
petition for the
writ of habeas Atlantic league
season closed
land, Worcester, Springfield and New ? Both these and
questions are its president is
authority fore the
Haven. It was scheduled to leave points of law, purely, and I
se j no statement that it was the
New Haven at 5:38 a. m., and arrivein reason for granting an adjournment." season in its history.most successful AIIt
New York
at 7:36.
Mr. McKeown tried to open the preliminary Every club in the
league is in the
The White Mountain express lef arguments again, but the best of condition and while .r f

Bretton and Woods traveled, N. H., to at 9 New p. m.York yesterday court directed that he desist and arguments them have not been as_ fortunate some of in ; I ? i; glf
to sustain
I' the writ were begun selling their men into the big son howrder,
over Boston & Maine and New
by Mr. Jacobs. Thaw sat a still there is some real class in A .
Haven lines via Springfield and New every
I lounge, nervously fingering his hattside team.
Haven. It was due in New York a t and
taking notes.
I' The teams finished in the o ) f. I ii
7:52 a. m. On account of the holiday There
rush and the both was such a crush ou named: Savannah, Jacksonville, Columbus j
'fog, trains this 'I that men's coats
torn hats
were Albany, Charleston
and :Ia-
morning behind
were times.
smashed and
twisted. Fully
The engineer of the White Mountain L- i 15,000 people were gathered at the con.The season was opened April 18 --
stuck to his '
express post, and scene. In the court house
yard a and the first half terminated
on 'ulythe
was only hurt.
slightly The two
loud-mouthed orator was haranguing. 25, and found the Savannah club .
sleepers which were crushed by the the crowd and at intervals thereof wereI I winner of the first half. FOR
impact of engine 1337 were a mass roars of "Three cheers for Thaw!"

upright the flames The wreckage. The a few locomotive minutes and remained after ran on the almost top accident of i iAt I was The times difficult that New the the York to din commitment hear grew forces counsel so, loud apparentlysure on speak.tha which tit during season be Savannah Charleston no post the and series second never played and games.Columbus half slowed fast, so ball there up were all a will the the bit :::' Monday, T Tuesday and WB nBS aWe

engine was one of the super Thaw is held
would be
quashed, only clubs in the
league not to :
heaters the recent of wreck the type at Stamford.that figured The in chartered which a high powered automobilein by sales of players. Savannah p rdois : are going, to offer our customers FOUR BIG SPECIALS .
to rush the slayer of stan-
engine in the latter instance was No. ford,White to Coaticook. The chauffeur posed of Pitchers Robertson and Ad- : FOR THE ABOVE DAYS
1338. ams to Cincinnati Nationals and Philadelphia I
was ordered to be at the courthouse Americans respectively; :
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Cleskey and Luhrsen of ,
Inspectors Go to Scene t Once Thaw is Albany go to Ladies' fine ribbed Gauze Vests
across Vermont the Boston Nationals and Pitts burg L1dies' Cast colored black Hose,
'"-,'t::;.Washington, Sept. 2.Upon receiptPof border after deportation, it is the intention Nationals respectively; Pitcher Grover neatly trimmed, all sizes; Q
news of the New Haven disaster : to bundle him into the high of Jacksonville 10 gauge; for three days, pair. .
the interstate commerce cornEmission powered car and head straight; for of the Detroit, becomes Tigers, while the property Macon -- while they last . . . . . . . QC

ordered inspectors to proceed the New York line. This would obvi
sent no less than four players to
immediately! to the scene to in- ;ate the necessity of long extraditionproceedings. class A

vestigate. Chief Inspector Belnap : company. 500 yards "Crown King" un- The famous "Blue Grass" brand
probably*will go to Wallingsford himself High handed though this would
ap- )IR. EDOUARD D'OIZE Muslin, made from Cambric
later today. It is probable that :pear, it was said that Jerome hadaptain usually sells for

Commissioner McChord, directly in I countenanced it, inasmuch as C Excepting perhaps Mr. Otis Skinner the very best cotton, soft fin8 121-2c; for three days.C

charge of that phase of the commission's Lanyon, who is here with 0 the conspiracy there is no actor today, who has ish; while it lasts, yard. . . . C Limit 10 )"ards to customer.
work, will conduct a personal : warrant against Thaw, has been essayed Shakespearean roles, whoseortal
inquiry into' the accident. a special attendant
at Matteawan. As
reading of the lines of the imm

such he could take charge of Thaw as bard equals in intelligence and quality We are also displaying en the Second Floor
Stock Sells Low a lunatic and take him home as one of a BEAUTIFUL
tone that of the young ,actor,
New York/Sept 2.-Heavy selling would a runaway child. Mr. Edouard D'Oize. This rapidly LINE. OF LADIES', MISSES'and CHILDREN'S MUSLIN
of the stock of the New York
New rising
artist has
young not alone
; accomplished -
Haven & Hartford railroad, as soon BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG the proper characterization UNDERWEAR. It will pay you to visit this department .

as trading opened on the stock LEAGUESSpecial
exchange of Shakespeare's stellar roles, \
this morning. resulted in a but his strong personality is particularly -
decline of 27-8 points, bringing the to The Sentinel
adaptable to the roles o fhis
price down to 90 1-4, a new low rec- National League Results especial study. In the character of
ord. The news of the New York, 2 Boston 5. N. P.
t. wreck at \VaIrR ; Shylock, the Jew of Venice, )Ir. YOWELL
lingford was known throughout the Brooklyn, 2; Philadelphia, 3. D'Oize has triumphed over actors: of
financial district for an hour or more Pittsburg, 5; Cincinnati, 2. .
even greater years, so well is he .
American League Results master comedy, "The Merchant of ..

FIRST FOOT BALL Philadelphia__. _ ..,. 1; .Washington. 2. Venice," Mr. D'Oize has already made I .1..1111111',1111.1.FIRST .

e VICTIM OF SEASON DOS1:0n Cleveland: 01; i>ew iors, z. an impression that is lasting, and one I ARREST FOR VIOLATION j I in the concern without proper credentials To the Misses Mead of Crystal,
; Chicago, 39. which will OF "BLUE SKY" LAW from the
remain in memory of his officials of this state, Springs belongs the distinction
Special to The Sentinel Southern League Results I of
audiences. The actor's I it is said. He was placed under
voice and bondin owning the first
Iowa City, Sept 2.-Ralph Holtz, Birmingham, 1; Memphis, 0. j pigeon ranch in that
physique, coupled with Gainesville 2. F. J. the sum of $300
almost novel Sept. Hylandwas pending a preliminary town. Although girls and
a school student Atlanta 4 young am-
grammar was the ; Mobile, 1. ,
first foot ball victim of the season. Montgomery, 3; Nashville, 0. I I understanding and interpretation of arrested here Sunday by Sheriff hearing before County Judge ateurs, they are proving their ability
In a practice the character, peculiarly fit him for Ramsey for violation of the "blue Mason on Saturday, the 6th instant. by their success. They have lost but
scrimmage today he Chattanooga, 3; New Orleans 0.
sustained a fractured shoulder blade Carolina League Results., the demanding role. His reproductionof sky" law passed at the last session! This was the first arrest made here two pigeons in the nine months since
and dislocated "The Merchant" this season is of the legislature. The arrest was; since the law became effective. launching their enterprise
elbow. Winston-Salem, 5; Grensboro, 4. + and the
Durham, 14-5; Raleigh, 0-0. proving all that has been said of it made upon instruction from Comptroller flock has increased in that time from

The officials of St. Petersburg have Asheville, 3; Charlotte, 3. -a masterpiece of acting and stage Knott of Tallahassee. i Indications are that the enrollment twelve to seventy-two. Florida hasa

placed a license of $2,000 for selling embellishment. Mr. D'Oize will be Mr. Hyland represents an Atlanta i of the schools in Osceola county will splendid climate for the industry.

near beer. i Read Sentinel "Want Adis": ing seen of at the opera house on the even- trust company, it is understood, and I be much larger this year than i in..
Saturday, September 6th.
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