The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1915
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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 Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00250
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Would Be Nothing But "Mlii- Will Consider Situation as Bearson THEIR DISPATCH TO HALIFAX WHEN INSTRUCTION ARRIVED
'" tary Procession"-Jap Con- U. S. as AND BE READY TO SAIL FOR W. & L. CO. IN OPEN



--- i Old Enemy, "Algae Is Under APPROPRIATION FROM

Tokio, Japan May 4.-At a special May .-The presidentand Control-Water Is Most 1

meeting of the cabinet today it was I his cabinet discussed exhaustively I Excellent and $75,000 TO $60,000

4_ decided, according to authoritative ni- today the case of the American

'formation, to send an ultimatum to tank ship "Gulflight," and the deathof PureTo
China giving her 48 hours in whichto its captain and two of the crew, on
acquiesce in Japan's demands. the evidence so far that an attack
The Japanese consuls in China have had been made by a German subma- for Compiling Names in
THIS AFTERNOON AND G. W. y. TRAIN UNTIL IT WAS TOO LATE taste in the water has been located

been instructed to be in readiness to rine.The N. HICKS A COMMISSIONER OF TO AVOID AN ACCIDENT. liE APPLIED and eliminated. It was not algae as Cities Over 3,000 Reducedto
quit their posts and return home. purpose of the president is to I
:<0. THE SAN DIEGO FAIR FROM THE THE BRAKES AND THE we all assumed. For the past four
r. Tokio remains absolutely calm, the make one case for the purposes of the I I Three and a Half
!" STATE OF WASHINGTON, WAS AUTOMOBILE SKIDDED SIDE- years we have, acting under the ad-
universal opinion being that Japanese Gulflight, the Falaba and all other
r FATALLY INJURED WHEN A !; WISE INTO THE TRAIN. THE vice of the United States government' CentsBy
through China will be in the vessels on which American citizens
FAST MOVING SANTA ANA j I OCCUPANTS OF THE MACHINE experts kept algae from affecting the
nature of a "military procession." were killed and American property C. F. Johnson
It is stated here that President in the so-called German
destroyed CHILDREN Tallahassee, Fla., May 4.-(Special
AN AUTOMOBILE DRIVEN BY THE WOMEN AND old enemy is entirely under control.
Yuan Shi Kai bases his refusal to submarine war zone. to the Sentinel.-While the recon-
HICKS NEAR LINWOOD STATION BEING DEAD WHEN THE The trouble this spring came froman
\\. yield to Japan upon his determination The tone and quality of these rep- ON THE PACIFIC ELECTRICRAILWAY. TRAIN CREW GOT THEM OUT entirely different and unexpectedsource. sideration of the census bill was in
'\\ break faith with resentations is to determine whethera
not to Germany as ; today Representative A. B.
01THE CAR.LINCOLN'S progress
FROM Over a year ago hen we installed -
China had leased Ting Tsau to Germany crisis with Germany is to develop. Newton, of Orange county, offered an
large electric unit
our we arranged -
for a period of 100 years. Germany in her recent notes and amendment to reduce- the" pay for-

f- Japan insists that China shall repudiate announcements, takes the position, as a condensing outfit wherebywe compiling names in cities of over
pumped water through the con-
this lease. she has given due warnings of danger three and one-half cents.
SON IS \WITNSSROBT. [ densers and directly back into the 5,000 to

she will not accept the responsi- lake. This in no way affected the After this was carried he offeredan
London.-The Financial News printsa bility of vessels taking risks in the amendment reducing the appropri-
quality of the water as it in no place
report from a Dutch source that war zone. ation from $75,000 to $GOOOO, which
came into contact even with the air.
"German submarines have been or- Although state department officials TODD LINCOLN SAYS stand before the United States com- The discharge' pipe where the water was carried, thus saving the state

dered to sink every American vessel who have looked into the legal phasesof PULLMANCO. mission on industrial relations today. $15,000 that bad been appropriatedwhen
EMPLOYES returned to the lake was when in-
sighted especially passenger liners the matter based on the prelimi- lIe said the company paid its stock- the bill was passed last week.A .
UNDERPAID stalled under the water. The lake
without regard to loss of American nary reports are convinced that there holders $159,116,775.82 in dividends, motion to consider last week
went down until the mouth of the discharge -
f lives to demonstrate the absolute impotency was no excuse for the attack on the but admitted it is not paying "living was made by Forrest Lake, of Semi-
That Wages of Con- was left above the water level
'to And Agrees
of the United States." Gulflight, Secretary Bryan reiteratedhis !wag- s" to its conductors and porters. nole county. The bill was passed on
and volume of
a averaging
i- statement that until the official ductors and Porters ShouldBe Lincoln admitted that he thoughtthe sev- its final reading and the sentiment in
eral thousand gallons an hour beganto
r. Air Bombs Sink Sub. facts in the case are in hand, no decision Raised and Probably wages of both conductors and por- the senate indicates the bill will be
dig into the bank until a large hole
1 Berlin wireless to London May 4. would be reached as to the Will Be ters should be raised. finally enacted.
was dug. No one realized the extentof
I: -It is officially announced that a American government's policy or its i He intimated that the question of this excavation until it was discov- This will lead up to reapportionment .- 1

: German airship yesterday dropped representations to Germany. The Washington, May 4.-Robert Todd raising wages of conductors will be in 1917 based on the census to J
ered on Sunday, April 25.
bombs on several English submarines United States, however, probably will Lincoln chairman of the board of directors taken up at the next meeting of the be taken this year.
The earth of the bank was washedout J JXo
in the North sea, one of the subma- demand ample reparation in case the of the Pullman company anda executive committee, May 21. The
and imported the odor and tasteto
rines being sunk.YESTERDAY'S. inquiry discloses that a German sub son of Abraham Lincoln, made along porters are paid $27.50 per month and the water and caused fine earthy I Drunks at Capital 1

marine made the attack. deferred visit to the witnessT. they make considerably more in tips. Tallahassee, Fla.-The house committee 1
matter to wash into the body of the
RESULTS appointed Friday to investi- J

CLEANING OF CITY IS PROGRESSING R.'S COUSIN CORROBORATES BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS lake.To confirm these acts beyond ques- gate into charges of drunkenness in

National League NICELYThe TESTIMONY OF LOEB IN DISCUSS DIXIE HIGHWAY the legislature Monday afternoon reported -
26 invited
on Monday, April we 1
Fittsburg 4. St. Louis 3.
its and absolves
*" the city commissioners and Dr. Hood,
Brooklyn-Boston, rain. member of the house from such
cleaning up of the yards alleys TRADE COMMITTEEThe of the U. S. government department any #
Philadelphia-New York rain.
houses and other places in the Syracuse, N. Y., May 4.-Franklin Board of County Commissioners to visit the location and witness a charges.In I
ChicagoCincinnati, wet
;S American grounds. city was nerally observed yester- D. Roosevelt a cousin of Theodore held its regular monthly meetingat demonstration. The condenser had a weekly letter recently sent to

Boston 2, Washington League 0. day. It was known as "back yard" Roosevelt at present the Democratic the court house yesterday trans- I been shut down for many hours and the Manatee River Journal of Bra- 1 3

f{ St. Louis 1, Detroit 3. day. It was so designated by the assistant to the secretary of state, acted the usual routine business paid the water in the lake was clear and dentown, Representative Wilson spokfe j

Civic League city commissioners and and a former Democratic senator paving bills and attended to other settled. ;of the shame and disgrace of drunken 1

New Cleveland-Chicago York-Phila rain. .those having the matter in charge. from New York testified for the for urgent matters. The complete proceedings On starting the condenser the lawmakers. His statement was chal- J
wet grounds. (I
W Federal League Everybody was requested to clean up mer president at today's sessions in of the board will appear in water caught at the mouth of the discharge lenged by Representative Harrison! 1
I I their back yard and alley and to paint of Duval, and Representative Cola
Baltimore 3, Chicago 2. the Barnes-Roosevelt libel suit. I tomorrow's Sentinel. The board listened pipe was sweet and odorless, 1

Brooklyn-St. Louis, rain. their buildings and repair their Franklin Roosevelt emphatically i to a delegation from the Orlando but after going into the hole in the stein, of Nassau, offered a resolution 1

Newark-Pittsburg wet grounds. fences. corroborated the testimony of Wil- Board of Trade in regard to the bank and being caught as it passed demanding a full investigation. ]

t The neatness of surroundings is liam Loeb that Barnes had into the :MessrsGoldstein, Turnbull and .
Buffalo-Kansas City, cold weather. an agree- proposed Dixie highway to run from lake over the sand bar it had ,

,. Southern League what determines the value of city ment with Murphy to keep Republican Chicago to Miami. Every effort will the taste and odor that has disturbedus. Griffin were appointed a committee to !

i Memphis 4, Little Rock 2. property. In the aggregate the neat- hands off in the Democratic fight be made by the board and the Boardof In forty-eight hours after the conduct a probe. A hearing was held j;

': Atlanta 4, Birmingham 1. ness of a city contributes largely to for the senatorship in 1911. Trade to secure a different routingfor washing was stopped the water in the Monday morning, and the report sub-

Chattanooga 9, Nashville 7. property values and to its attractiveness Loeb testified that Barnes had told the proposed highway so that it lake was clear and sweet. mitted shortly after the house con- T

as a city in which to live.. him of this agreement and Franklin will and Orlando Four vened in the afternoon. t
pierce when
: New Orleans 8, Mobile 8; 9 innings, Orange county years ago the same
;\, darkness. Clean up rake up paint up fix up, Roosevelt testified today that Grady, It is 'likely that the board will trouble was experienced the same

': South Atlantic League sweep up wash up haul out, until the Democratic leader, had told him appoint Mr. Overstreet, chairman of conditions existed at another point ORLANDO DISTRICT CONFERENCE ,

Albany 1, Augusta 0. the whole town is dressed up for in- about it. Thus the information was the board, as a delegate to the Chat- but the taste waS charged to algae. M. E. CHURCH OPENS ti

f-, Jacksonville 4, Charleston 12. spection. There are always a pessi- conveyed to the jury from two different tanooga meeting May 20. The Boardof Now that the cause is known such a FOUR DAYS SESSION ..

r Columbus 3, Columbia 2. mistic few who are a dead weight to i directions Trade may also send a delegate to condition will never exist again.In .
any progressive movement, the ultra I this the The Orlando District Conference of 4
Macon 6, Savannah 11. meeting. Both the Board of excavation under the bank
conservative grouch but we find aftera FORD CARS SOLD Trade and the Board of County Commissioners cypress roots were exposed, althoughfor the Methodist Church opened its four
frank discussion of the work, that centuries days session last evening at the
will send delegates to the probably no cypress has
t WYOMING. SEASON HOTEL YESTERDAY ENDED SPLENDID the citizens of Orlando are unani- Ford touring car to A. W. Mason, meeting at Kissimmee Saturday, May grown where is now the highland on Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock bya f

.,41- Y mous in favor of the "clean-up" ef of Winter Park* and a Ford roadsterto 8. At that time the route of the the east end of Highland' lake. song service led by the choir, followed -j

.;..' fort. We would refer any one to the F. W. Shepherd, of Winter Park. Dixie highway will also be discussed. I We are glad to be able to make this by the opening sermon deliv-
After of the
one most successful work accomplished by the Civic I
statement and to the ered by Rev. J. B. Rooney of Uma-
I public
4seasons in its history, the Wyoming League and play grounds associationsall tilla. This
that with the was followed by an informal -
:botel, one of the largest and best dykes and fences we
of over the country. First Bus Convention InWorld's
,i. Jitney propose to construct, coupled with police reception in the church par- *
the tourist hotels in
Orlando com The committees of the Civic
League protection which is assured given by the local church to the j|
pleted its season yesterday. The Wyoming I having the clean-up movement in the by visiting pastors, delegates and their
Now In city, Highland lake will be above 1
!: in History
< the many years of its historY i charge are: Northwest, Mrs. Whitman Session suspicion as a water supply. wives and families. A large number
:' probably never enjoyed a better
and Mrs. Musselwhite southeast
; THE were present who thoroughly enjoyed
;; one.than the one just past. This hotel Mrs. O'Neal and :Mrs. Geo. Newell the social hour, and Rev. i
;it Kansas City, Mo., May 4.-The first tion and regulation of drivers, traffic LIGHT COMPANY. Rooney's
!,'Y is popular with a delightful crowd ; northwest, Mrs. Dolive and Mrs. national jitney bus convention in the i i rules, and ways and means for the May 4, 1915. splendid address. The program for .

J? of ,people who frequent the resort Salomon; southwest, Mrs. Yancey and history of the world met here today. I permanent advancement of the move : today is lengthy and starts at 9 q

'year after year, and always come pre- Mrs. Cook, and Concord Park, Mrs. Accepting the hospitality of the ment. B. P. O. ELKS TO MEET THURSDAY o'clock. The program for tomorrow
.. pared lo make lengthy visits. One
: Frazier and Mrs.
Davis. The
postersfor active Kansas City Jitney Associa- Jitney owners, jitney drivers, jitney appears on page five of the Sentinel. ;
and contented
satisfied doiens'of patron may clean-up :week were donated by tion, promoters of five cent automo- manufacturers and jitney association Clip it out and attend the meetings.

mean others, and the pos- Mrs. O'Nealj* for which the Civic bile lines from cities throughout the i officers wer in the throng that gath- A regular session of Orlando LodgeNo. The convention is being attended by j

sibility is a certainty at the Wyoming League wishes to publicly thank her. country are here to talk over the ered at the Coates House for the first ; 1079, B. P. O. E, will be held I I I nearly 200 from all sections of the '1
the result' being that during the
committees named will that
see problems of the new business, whichis session of the convention today. Thursday evening May 6, at 8 conference. 1 i
entire the hotel has p. m.
season beenYpractically all trash aid rubbish is removed if (
; younger than the world war. The All were sure that they were pio- There will be an election of

full having ben collected and placed in jitney according to the generally accepted neering in a movement which is boundto initiation. secretaryand BALTIMORE MAYOR IS RE- "
Mr DeWitt.MiMer, the popular proprietor garbage cans it is
or receptacles, not
version invented revolutionize
:; was in Los transportation prob- ELECTED 3
,.will take a vacation which he called fo
F ':will spend in various resorts through ,. Angeles last autumn. lems and the carrying of passengersin PALACE OF JUSTICE IS BURNEDAT Baltimore, May 4.-Mayor J. II.
The first business before the dele- American cities and suburbs. From MADRID
} I Preston re-elected
was today
out the country, accompanied by his : over J
BeiliiThe war has caused the gates will be the appointment of the West the idea has spread East
"': wife and mother,, who ,have contribl a Madrid, May 4.-The Palace of Justice Chas. Heintzman Republican, by a i
suspension, 'of 864, German newspa- temporary chairman and the continent like wildfire I
across and
was majority of 18,000, and this
{l sited in no .small manner to the.envii completely destroyed by fire means )
f fnostly
abte reputation of the:.Wyoming., pers weekly. or semi-weekly ,other officers. After prelimina.. several cities now boast the busy lit- today and the archives of the-courts that Preston is master of the Demo-

.. publi tion8. To supply the deficiency ries the association will organize in !. tle fare catchers. were all lost in the flames.':-The loss cratic situation in Maryland. He may

w the /government: ',has, made arrange- regular form with permanent officers Each city has tried to work out its was enormous. become the candidate for governor 1

THE' WEATHER ';' me/ ts to furnish tlje> newspapers with and committees appointed, coveringthe difficulties alone. It is hoped this this fall, as the Democrats also elect-

Florida: Pa jr 'Wednesday ,and atent outsides" containing all war special features such as legisla- convention will standardize the 'business -I Tipperary beat by Betty's Basting ed all councilmen, giving the adminis- I

: Thursday except shouters Thursday ,.while the editors fill the empty tion, practical equipment for this and it J E
par- put on a more stable BeIiyb3t1ds'for Belgians 15c. Curtis tration .a free hand, to carry out mu- '
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? in the:, northwester ::ce;wftji local ,n '
; sf ws.w' ticular 1
business finances basis.
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I Orlando Delivery and MesseogerService \ i: The Famous BY FRANK Expert.New G.York MENKF Sporting CEALS Rfl -. -


Harley-Davidson TruckFOR I New York.-Billy Sunday tells this London.When By Herbc

QUICK SERVICE i story about Ed. Williamson, one of the Prince of Wal
the stars of the old Chicago team: front last autumn

"Ed. was along with the Chicago who scoffed. Not

I clubwhen the two teams, piloted by but in private conversation there were Upl 1116 WVULiI

: PHONE 444 Al. Spalding, made the tour around real patriots who bemoaned the lack

; the world. The team crossed from of a splendid figure to represent the

i England to France in a steamer dur king in France. Englishmen were a

\ Good and Bad Cigar Stores jj i ing one of the worst storms that ever I bit t ashamed of the prince's wan,

I visited the English Channel. Things: i iI pinched face and slouching, non-ag- WE have just received a large

"" 111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111 II I got so bad that even the captain of gressive figure.
the ship surrendered to despair. Ed. 1 But the prince has made good. lie supply of this nice water. Ringus
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I grabbed two life preservers, strapped is not the weakling he appears. Those and order a 5 gallon demi
OUR MOTTO : i them around him, and then offered up who follow field sports know that
this prayer: many, indeed most, good cross coun- john. .

I "'Oh Lord, I will lead a differentlife try and. long distance runners are
Small Profits and Quick Returns.
if you will spare this ship and slight in appearance. Such is Prince IIT'S
our lives.: Edward. lie carries no weight and
Call us on phone at any time for prices on Feeds.
"The ship arrived safely in port his endurance is astonishing.
.. Our prices are the same to one and all and you will NOT and Ed. went back to Chicago and On several occasions the prince has A .,

be met with that impertinent question, "Who is this?" started a saloon." marched his twenty-five miles a day
carrying heavy equipment and turnedup

THE CO-OPERATIVE PRODUCE CO.W. I A mathematical fiend has concluded fresh and brisk at the end. lie
I has never faltered but in a calm, un- City Drug S
:that Willie Hoppe, the billiard chaim-
L. DeWITT. M'g'r. Jefferson Street and R.R. PHONE 447 I pion, has walked over 3,000 miles demonstrative way has ploughed

...... around a billiard table. ahead at his duties day after day,
I I making uniform record of excel- .
The mathematician discovered that a \ 55 J. L. DEAN, Graduate of Pharm

! WAR NEWS AS TOLD IN BOOK TITLES I Hoppe a table usually when playing walks two a game miles around of 500 So the English people are beginning -

!II points. Hoppe plays 60,000 points a to feel proud of their Prince of 11 EAST CHURCH STREET ORLANDv, riAJltlDA
Wales. lIe has the handi- I
"The Turmoil" continues. From "The Seats of The Mighty," and "The rear, so that means he walks 300 overcome -
House of Mirth" efforts are being made to ascertain "How The War Began." miles yearly. lie has been champion caps nature put upon him. His open .
"Men Around the Kaiser" are asking "\\hat Will People Say.: In Paris like nine air life, too, is at last beginning to
and did
and London "A Watcher of The Skies" is stationed on every street corner something years broaden him out. His appearance is
and "Darkness and Daylight" see new developments of "The Conspiracy." quite a bit of around-the-table walk- -
. All over Belgium may be seen "The Iron Women" and even "The Eternal ing before he became title holder. So much more rugged than it was when
City" is surcharged with the "Spirit of War." The Teutons wish "To his totals he appeared before Earl Kitchener -
walking over 3,000 miles.
Have and To Hold" more territory and are finding out "The Price of Place." last summer and demanded that he be 1481t
"A Wall of Men" is required in every battle and "The Reign of Law" has sent to the front. The
ceased in many places. A ruler is constantly "The Victim" of plots and
"Who goes There" is heard on the once peacful highway. "The Sword Of Clinton Rogge, the new and prom- On that first occasion he was re OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
I r. I Youth" guards "The Harbor" along the British coast and "The Valley of ising twirler with the Pittsburg Feds, fused. The war secretary firmly informed -
l Fear" is opposite half the homes of Europe. Americans are asking "Are WeS lays claim to the distinction of being i the prince that he had not had OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
Ready" to go to "A Far Country" and march in "The Paths of Glory" that the only pitrher who struck out four i sufficient training. But little FRESH AND SALT MEATS
a more
leads towards "Victory." Even "The White Prophet" is unable to tell "The
Shepherd Of The Hills" "The Reason Why" "The Palace Of The King" does men in one inning and lived to see than two months later Kitchener had Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

not send "forth an edict to stop "The Conflict" because it is "An Affair of everyone of the four score a run. the same caller with the same errand. Everything screened away from the !ilea and kept fr* b
Dishonor. It happened in a college game in and this time he did not turn him '' ,
\v. S. BRANCH :Michigan. Rogge is a big chap witha down. rin.1 pure.
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
world of speed. The varsity catcher Now, not yet twentoneears of .
THE ARCADE BOOK AND l\IUSIC'STORE everything in the Meat Line.
115 mite and couldn't
was a pound age, he has seen a half year of war.
hold Rogge, who struck out three lie has
men proved himself an effective
in a row, and every one went to first dispatch bearer and staff officer. lie U. jN/E. Self & Co.

k base when the catcher failed to clutch is not allowed to expose himself to pHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

the third strike. With the bases capture by the Germans, for as a

I loaded, Rogge struck out the fourth hostage he would embarrass the Brit-

batter and the man on third came ish frightfully. But he has been un- .
home with the first tally, while the der fire many times, especially when

Three Moderate fanned batter raced to first in safety.An directing the building of trenchesnear i

error and a hit followed and the battlefield of Neuve Cha-
the three other strike-out victims who pelle.

: Priced CottagesFor had gained the bases through the inability To the army he is simply "P. R:" ORLANDO ROOFINGAND

of the catcher to hold Rogge This is, of course, an abbreviation of
scooted home with the runs that won "Prince of Wales." The officers and

Sale or to Rent the game. men like him. He enjoys no special I SHEET METAL CO.J
"Strategy often succeeds where privileges. lIe wears a plain khaki

brawn fails," a prize fighter mana- uniform with a star on the sleeve.

ger told us recently. Then he wenton There is abit of braid on his cap
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
to explain: which all guard regiment officers ,

"A number of years ago two brothers wear, while a piece of scarlet cloth and Rubber Roofingsr--
met in the final bout for the ama- i on the coat lapel indicates that he is

teur championship of the club to a staff officer.
C.A.HOVEYr which they belonged. The younger When traveling with dispatches hte Cornices Skylights. Heating Ventilating Met

brother knew that he wasn't a match prince keeps several rifles in his car

for the older, but he was game, and and has been under fire more than Works: 14 E. Church St. "
went into the ring with him. once.
"The younger one had a terrific The prince was four months in the
punch that was good for a knockoutif field before he even visited Paris. 1
it 'landed, ubt the older brother's Then he lunched with President Poin-
guard was so good that the youngerone care and returned shortly to his du .

who was on the defensive most
of the time, couldn't bore through. is often seen in the military

"Then the younger chap bethought hospitals and always carries a big The Orlando Meat MarketT.

himself of strategy. The brotherscame stock of his favorite brand of cigarettes -

out of their corners in the sixth which he passes around freely.He .
llarnmond&Qore A. YANCY. Manager
'I round and just as they squared off, speaks a cheery word to man after

the younger looked down at the older man.
and Retail Dealer in Choice
.1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. -1 boy's knee, his face took on a look of -- -- --

t astonishment, and he yelled: Dr. S. S. Jones Florida and Western Meats
44'Say, for the love of Mike, look at
t- knee!' Game Etc.
your CHIROPRACTOR Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, ,
"The older brother fell for the ruse.
COMPARE He looked-and the younger shot a graduate Davenport College, 17 and Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone i i i I.
right uppercut to the jaw and won 209. Intelligent people everywhere !! 'p O. BOX 226

: 1 OUR FURNITUREWe I the championship." are practic being adjustments restored to the health new by science chiro-I j'I PHONES |Residence Business (135 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and ChurchSt.

of removing the cause of disease. Examination -,
provide the quality of furniture that has long WEATHER FOR MONTH OF MAY free. 12-24-lmo I
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the -
standard: of merit. If an article is here it is good. i -- --- ------- ------------
If the weather seers are correct
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make \
the month of May will be full of
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones
of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I prises. These prognosticators state I
I I tha the month Creetrr.tWhen
is to come in hot with I II fDttr Ice

thundershowers. There will be hot I

; McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, I weather on the 2nd, very warm weather -I
on the 3rd cool pleasant weather ]I
; Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. on the 4th, cool weather on the 5th, t r I I a

: J clear on the 6th, cool on the 7th, 1 you. want PURE ICE For Party
.., --- .- -U.-- -U- cloudy and thunder showers on the CREAM call for HAND'S. If i
!8th, warm on the 9th (Rogation Sun I Club'
I you don't believe that we take
I day), clear and cool on the 10th and ,
lilIth{ ) the greatest care in its manu"e make our Ice Cream from
warm on the 12th and 13th (the Church SocialSchool I II
''I latter date being Ascension day), II | facture come up and watch us tubercular tested cog- 11

cloudy with rain on the 14th and very I ;> make it. You will be surprised .. Social
CAREY HANDFUNERAL cans, mo i1'J-. I .
hot on the 15th. Pleasant weather | I J at the care every detail is given. .
I will prevail on the 16th, and there i I I used in tl1; 'a *" Lodge
kind want, time
will be warm weather and showers 6n ,1 1I Ice Cream .s -.'. "{.,t.
DIRECTOR I the 17th and cloudy weather and rain i I you want it. In any quantity ized. PicnicOrder

on the 18th. Clear and cool weather i from a quart up.

AND EMBALMERAll will the prevail 20th on the 19th clear weather I. I You are cordially invited to '_. _..1........ ........a:.. --i.. Hands Pure 1}
on pleasant weather on the '
inspect our factory at any 't
21st, cool on the 22nd and cloudy and Ice Cream
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thunder on the 23rd (Pentecost or time.
calls answered Promptly Day Whit Sunday), cool weather on the I '

I 24th, rain on the 25th, cool on the i i

I or Night. Hand Block. 26th clear on the 27th, rain and

'stormy weather on the 28th and 29th HANDSICE4JICO.PHONE

Florida. (Ember Days), thunder showers on .
.Orlando -
I Decoration day, the 30th (Trinity
Sunday). There will be no rural free
PHONEJ639. RESIDENCE PHONE 457 'delivery on Monday, May 31st, and 566 A 7 r 'ferson Street

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SCENES IN VIENNA I IVienna. SENATOR LIPPITT uary 1?. 1911. His term will expire
March 3. 1917. He first married Mary
Washington, D. C.-Senator Henry
Louise Bowen, who died four years ,
.-There is considerable secrecY !F. Lippitt, of Rhode Island and Mrs I
_ about the military preparations Lucy Laughlin, a sister of Mrs. William ago.
Miss Helen Taft represented theexpresident's \
all around Vienna. Excursions are II. Taft, were married here to-
family at the wedding.
h entirely: suspended to the forests andtt'to"e daThe ceremony took place at I
{ popular Kahlenberg and Leo- Mrs. Laughlin's home eat No. 1622 N
poldsberg, two hills rising to about street northwest at 1 o'clock, and was JOE DAVIS LEAVES FOR TilE
1,500 feet and sloping down precipi- performed by Rev. Roland Cotton NORTHJoe THE BIG XTORE
tately to the Daunbe. The guns Smith, pastor of St. John's Episcopal
mounted in and around the old monastery church. Immediately after the cere- Davis, the traveling representative -
on the summit of Leopolds- mony the bride and bridegroom left for Curry & Smith, manufacturers ..
berg could hurl down death into the I for Providence, where they will spend I of the Lucerne Circle and the ..
broad valley of the Danube and the their honeymoon. New South cigars has departed for .. ,
approaches to Vienna. So far they The marriage was witnessed only
merely frown.In by the members of their immediate North and South Carolina and other The Store of Superior Qualities and Moderate Prices
the Atlantic and I
one station dose to the capital, families. It was such a quiet affair points on Seaboard
I saw about 200 Kaiserjaeger, the that the afternoon newspapers did will go to Ohio before returning to
Austrian equivalent for the French not know of it. Orlado. Mr. Davis has just returned
"Chasseurs Alpin." They have a sim- Mrs. Laughlin was the widow of from an extensive trip through the
ilar uniform to that of the infantry, Thomas K. Laughlin, a millionaireiron Northern States and says the demandfor
, but on theip collars ther is an edel- manufacturer, who killed himselfin the Orlando made cigars has been .
weiss next o tthe stars denoting their Pittsburg several years ago. She excellent. Business, he said, was improving -
rank, and a saucy feather cockade in has lived here for two years. every day and the cigar mar- June Will Soon
their caps. Senator Lippitt was elected to suc- ket is in a healthy condition.

They are great favorites with the
Viennese, and are mostly Tyrolese.
The tone here is very unlike the
. Berlin note. From the boastful and F CITRUS EXCHANOiThis A
optimistic Germany the transition to
an almost phlegmatic and subdued
Austrian is most marked. In Ger-
many some war conversation was always -
spring for the first time in its history the Florida
going on loud enough to be It Is the Month of theGIRL
heard by everybody in the compartment Citrus Exchange has had the marketing of more than half of
but in Austria I traveled at
least four consecutive hours without the Citrus crop of Florida.

hearing a single reference to the war. Almost the very day that the control of the fruit remain-
In Passau, at the frontier, we all GRADUATEIs
bought Austrian papers. The "Neue ing within the State passed to the Exchange, prices became
Freie Presse," Austria's leading jour-
nal, made itself the echo of little satisfactory and they have grown more and more so ever

complaints about excessive exports of since.
foodstuffs to Germany. My vis-a-vis, it your daughter, grandchild or niece, who is about to bid goodby to school days

a lady, assured me that flour was at This fact is all the more remarkable in view of the indus- and step from girlhood to womanhood?

86 hellers about 15 cents instead of 46 Only one event, her marriage, is as important in a young woman's life as her gradua-
hellers in time. trial depression prevailing throughout the country and of the
peace tion. No other occasion is so fitting for the bestowal of manifestation of love by rela-
hTe other day I was chatting witha
surgeon in the landstrum. He had fact that low prices had obtained generally the first part of tives. So don't fail to look at the Big Store, as we are showing the largest and most com-

I been stationed in Moravia in a little the season. plete line of Ready-to-Wear garments, and thousands of yards of new and fashionable

town of 12,000 inhabitants. Many Dress Materials, also Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, and in fact everything to make the young
hundreds of wounded and sick at- The contention of the founders of the Exchange that graduate happy.
tended at his hospital, and most pit-
iable being the cases of frozen limbs. whenever the organization was given the marketing of over

"Most of our soldiers," said he,"en- fifty per cent of the citrus fruit produced in Florida, the in-
joy hard frozen snow. Even our Vi-

ennese boys speak well of it. Their dustry would be placed on a sound and staple foundation, has BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS FOR
horror is the slush of the Galician
roads. Austrian prisoners sent to Si- been fully justified by recent events. Join the Exchange!

beria were insufficiently equipped to GRADUATING DRESSESFRENCH
meet the cold. The mortality among
them is enormous."

With him I strolled yesterday down CITRUS EXCI-i 4IV(3E ORGANDIE, a graded, de- VOILES, we have them in all grades,
the Mariahilferstrasse, which the Vi- sirable sheerness and fine texture, from the Domestic to the very fin-

ennese claim to be the finest shopping 45 inches wide, 50c., 65c., 75c. and $1.00 est French make, 25c. 35c., 50c..
street in the
world. It
was sunny,
63c.: and _$1.00
and everything seemed smiling. There
were hardly any men about, but the MERCERIED LINGERIE BATISTE,

Viennese ladies had come out in great It a rich lusturous quality, 45 inches BRETONNE NETS, very popular for

numbers.dismissed Many their society people have wide __________,___--33c. 50c. and 73c graduating dresses, 72 inches wide. .
servants, and the
housewives shop themselves.A 40c., 50c., 60c., 7i c., 90c. and $1.?;)
court equippage passed and I no-
ticed the men taking off their hats i sheer fabric, 45 inches wide, 50c., 75c.:

and some ladies waving their hand- and __________________________$1.00 NET FLOUNCINGS, very new,
kerchiefs to the occupant. It was we are showing a beautiful line in

Archduke Eugene, perhaps the most Servicetation HINDOO CLOTH, a very sheer tex- 24 in., 27 in., and 45 in., at $1.00
popular prince of the imperial house, ture with a high sheen, 48 in. widelREADYTOWEAR $1.25 and $1.75
coming from Schoenbrunn, the em-

peror's The best residence.hotels here are filled with FOR '

rich Galician land owners and Jewish
manufacturers Galicia. The minor from hotels Bukowina are crowded and- SHOES, LACES, I

with middle class refugees, but UNDERMUSLINS
these latter are being drafted into i f': :
smaller towns in the other crown

how lands.some It of has the been German amusing towns to pro-see Exquisite LacesOur Exceptional Showing of 1

tested in vain against this unexpected consists of an a
assortment of Laces
Slavonic invasion instituted by the WASHING immense variety of qualities and patterns.We UndermuslinsBeautiful :
government itself. AND are showing a beautiful line of Shadow I
As to feeling in general, I find Lace, Bobinet Laces, heavy Cuackley Em- .
S. there is no great ill will towards England broidered Laces, Venetian Laces, Chantilly Skirts, Corset Covers and 1

"Our and war none is towards with Russia France., not with Laces, Two-Toned Torchon, Val, Lin- Teddy Bears, lace and embroidery trim-

France or England," they say. en Dame and Cluney fashion Laces.has decided that Laces med, and all moderately priced. j
Serbia is no more the subject of ji
shall be very good this summer, so we
coffee house talk. There is POLISHING i
one nation line
have bought the greatest we ever j
generally mistrusted in the
owned, both in foreign and domestic
whole of the monarchy and it will be I ij
makes. It will be a delight to see them. j
easily guessed which it is. On this
point Slavs and Germans seem to White Shoes ;
agree. Our Beautiful Ready-to-

PHONE 646 YOUR Wear Department Is to wear with that pretty white dress, J !1 J

For Eight Cylinder Cadillac AUTO Now Complete when you graduate.. 1

FIRST CLASS REPAIRING I Never before have we had such a won-

4 BARNARD & SON derful display of beautiful dresses in white NEWEST STYLES 9
and colored, distinctive and wonderful in "
17 Hnghey Street Orlando, Fla. beautYe are showing an elegant 1
Charges $1.00 for their in Ladies White Canvas and Nu Buck
12-10-lm line in Voiles, Organdies, Crepes and !
trimmed Pumps and Slippers, high and low heels
Complete Job : : Lawns, some of them beautifully ,
Yard with sheer delicate laces and fine trans- prices ranging from
Orlando Wood parent embroidery, all the newest styles. ,

SERVICE FIRST-CLASS AND PROMPT. IT'S and at prices to suit all.
Removed from Pine St. two blocks .1
HANDY AND CONVENIENT TO DROP BY $5.50 to $18.00 $1.50 to $4.00
north on Railroad, west end Washington -
t all times St. Plenty* of Veneer Coresat STREET. i ; J

B. KINGSLEYPHONE E3U Don't h 14 EAST Wait CHURCH Come I Y Yowell-Diickwortli, Co. 11 I

Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST : '. ,

Now Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." i!

115 S. Orange Are, over Curtis & 1
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South Florida SentinelMORNING
Mothers' Day comes May 9-the Who owns an extracted bullet?
AND WEEKLY second Sunday in May. There is This question is being widely debatedin ;- 1
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*. ?:. GLENN Edit r plenty of time to make the day a Berlin. l ; ,.
T. C ESSINGTON ......B.ainN. Manager F P.01Country .
--. -- ---- ,memorable one in the history of Or- The patient wants the bullet as a t ;
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida 'lando. Who should be honored more curi03it}. The surgeon likes it to illustrate .. ; .", .
; a* Second Clas Mail Matter.
than "Mother?" The slogan of the his successful operation, especially -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES day is, "The best mother who ever in lecturing before studentsor .
1 Year ........................ $5.00 .' .
Dafly.: T. 6 Months ...................... 2-50 lived"-in honor of her, the mother of writing to his medical journal onthe II ILflll V..I'r'
S Months ...................... 1.25 heart. .
Daily. subject.A
Daily 1 Month ....................... .60 your
TVs object is to observe the well- judge in Berlin has decided that
Weekly. 1 Year ....... ..........._$1.00 estate of 350
r honor of the home blessed wounded
: being and a soldier has a perfect rightto OF
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE IN by that noblest and most gracious of the bullet that lodged in his body, acres, large two story;

all womenmother.The because when it reached him it was handsome lake
_ TO ADVERTISERS: dwelling,
_: day should be observed by some legally subject to nobody's ownership.The .
Cuff for display and all thcr hand-set distinct act of kindness, by a visit, a enemy relinquished its ownershipin front, $9000.00.Six .
advertising mart be nandea in at the business.Nee
.f the Sentinel nut later than t p. .. letter a gift or some sentiment of sending the bullet forth. This question -
the day. before publication. This role applies tribute to show remembrance of the of does Embr oi d eri
U ehaarea for ntraet advertisinc: it i. ownership not give the
Invariable sad will H strictly adhered to mother to whom grateful affection is surgeon who extracts the bullet any es e s sEdges

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel d&continued. due.Mothers' right to it, even if the wounded soldier acre grove, modern
should notify the office in writing on day is equally a Fathers' at the time should be uncon-
date of expiration otherwise it will be
.r continued the at the regular subscription rates. day, and is designed to deepen and scious and unable to assert his c1a m. cottage and outbuildings,

Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is...rec.....i...ed-............. perpetuate all family ties. Generallythe Should the surgeon nevertheless retain 100000. and Insertions '
.t day is observed on the Friday the bullet extracted by him the
$' WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1915. preceding by the schools, and businessand soldier has a good cause for damages 1
other organizations observe it on against him.

Mothers' Day is coming! Saturday, followed by church observ- Other jurists, however, assert that '
Our Entire SL
oWe ance on Sunday. the enemy does not lose its ownership
need rain. Miss Spring has deserted President Wilson issued the first after the firing of a bullet; that am- Call on

the "wets" and joined the national Mothers' Day proclamationon munition belongs to the state and not Price Redu :
"drys." Saturday, May 9, 1914. The move- to individual soldiers. Whoever comes
o ment has spread and is now interna- out victorious in a battle has a rightto S. G.D Dolive & SonReal I
The motorcycle has it all over the tional. all the ammunition that has been
switch engine for smoke, smell and fired and which can be reccv ered from

noise. PITTSBURG CONTRACTOR BUYS the wounded or dead. Estate and Insurance i

There will be some real barking ELEGANT HOME WALTER W. ROSE SELLS AN ORLANDO, FLORIDA An unprecedented opportunity -
and Austriansmix. ORANGE AVENUE HOME
when those Italians
Mr. Walter W. Rose sold to Mr. :3 West Pine, Second Floor to secure all your
each othernot.It
They lion. C. K. Morgan, a prominent
o contractor of Pittsburg, Pa., has purchased Thos. Brodwater the R. D. Waring II needs: for
is said that a Korean bride is not a lot of J. F. Schumann, at i bungalow on North Orange avenue. III
Mr. and Mrs. Brodwater will
allowed to utter a word on the day "Schumann Heights," and will build a i make "Commencement"TnURSDAY
she is married. If that is true, many beautiful winter home. llr.lorgan this place their future home. I

American men will envy the Koreans.o has also purchased twenty acres of

land which will be set to grove next 4.
And in the meantime Perry G. winter. It is the purpose of Mr. Morgan -
Wall, candidate for the U. S. senate, and family to spend six monthsof ]
is sitting still in the boat on Tampa each year in Orlando and as he is
Bay, and not saying much of anything a man of large means his influencewill

be felt in the citys' progress in a FRIDAY. .
e 0 substantial way.ADDITIONAL. ,
Even the Orange county residents
have caught the clean-up fever and LOCALSMr. II I II

are improving their premises. No- I SATURDAYNO.

tice the little piles of burning rub- Chas. E. Johnson has perfectedhis

bish? arrangements for a trip to the Magnolia AvenueI

o World's Panama exposition, and expects -
The Birmingham Barons are now in to leave Orlando Saturday for
the have recently purchased the Hadley property sit-
third place, and steadily rising to San Francisco, Cal. Mr. Johnson expects -
top berth in the Southern League. to be absent from the city for uated directly across from Osceola Hotel.

That is what the training season in about two months, and will visit manyof This place has a frontage of 155 feet and contains a
Orlando did for them. the show of the West.
o places number of bearing fruit trees.I .
Embroidery Special
For the information of the publicit Mr. John E. Merrill, one of Orangecounty's will sell the entire property or will sell any number
be welcome to know that
may news staunch and substantial citizens of feet off south end.
the little speckled and brownish baby was among the visitors to the 3,000 Yards Swiss Embroideries, Edges
swan on Lake Lucerne will eventually county seat from his home at Day The house is in good condition and is arranged into J
and Insertions widths from to
tfn. 2'/2
turn white like its parents.No Ridge. Mr. Merrill reports things in light housekeeping apartments and does produce an income -
27 inches, worth up to 65c. yard.
o general as being as well as could be of $100.00 per month during*the winter season.I .
doubt Senator Fletcher is glad expected considering the drouth Thursday, Friday and Saturday,. yard,
the Florida press has other things to which has been prevalent all over bought at a low price and can offer a GREAT
think about other than his so-called Florida for several weeks. BARGAIN.
"muzzling" speech of a few months
10 Cent : .
Cash or terms.
ago. Time is the best little blotter Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner, of

ever invented. Holt, Mo., who have been spending
o several days in this vicinity, left yes-
They seem to be sharing the warm terday afternoon for Jacksonville,
weather experienced in this section where they expect to spend several
pretty nearly all over the country. days before returning to their homein

The weather men at Washington Missouri. They were very much S. Y. WAY
cheerfully tell us that perhaps there pleased with their trip South, and NO.2.
will be a let-up about tomorrow especially Orlando.Mr. a

night. Insurance and Real Estate Embroidery Special
o Henry Weizel and wife, who Agent
Good influences are moving in Or- have been spending the winter at

lando, good realizations are being en- Tampa, are on their homeward trip PHONE 172 1,500 Yards 45-inch Swiss Embroidery
joyed and good prospects are developing. and stopped off to see Orlando before ,
Flouncing, in Voiles and Sheer Swisses,
And the spirit of the town is taking their final departure for Chi- .
f shown in the hearty enthusiasm with cago. They expressed themselves as worth up to $2.50 yard.

which it puts itself in tune with the greatly surprised with Orlando, finding Thursday, Friday and Saturday, yard,

sunshine and goes out to clean up and it, as they expressed it, "the pret-
paint up. tiest little city in America. Next

o Winter will be spent by the Weizelsin 49 CentsJ.

If Orlando can't get a public libra- Orlando.

ry it would T>e well for the Board of .
Trade to make provisions for a library FOUR BIG ACTS AT THE ROOF -
and reading room in the comingnew GARDEN TONIGHT
building sufficiently large to hold -

several thousand books and several The management of the Roof Gar- Ever thiw from. Head to Foot-

hundred newspapers, periodicals,mag- den is generous this week; in fact,
I azines and pamphlets.o they have always given the patrons a m our Dru tore MEN'S SnOESFEEE
o good program and the very latest in
a Orlando Board of Trade-The motion pictures. Tonight the attrac- Hair Tonicto 1 HAIR

Power House of Progress"-pretty I tions are worthy your patronage. Be- TONI

good official slogan. PROGRESS anda sides the two big acts, "And They; Bunion. ; !
storage plant of POWER back of Called Him a Hero," a drama of the
it typifies Orlando, and is particularly early sixties in two parts, "The Law Plasters

timely to designate Orlando's rejuve- of the Open Ranch Life," a jitney For the balance of this week, we will give, 1
nated body of fighting citizens. Witha comedy, "Fares, Please," will be L
with every purchase of a pair of Boots or i
slogan like the above Orlando shouldbe shown. The Roof Garden is the ideal -1
able to lead the entire Southland, spot in the city now, the coolest spot Shoes, a pair of 5Cc. pure Silk Hose.

bringing to Orlando greater prestigeand in Orlando. :
25,000 population. 1t; : FREE
b-O-ard of Trade THE LUCERNE

moreE Persons who have been enjoying the
o-R-lando motion pictures at the Lucerne thea-
tre will be delighted to learn that the
t-H-an management of this popular play
anyOther house has booked for presentation to-
-UnitedorganizationSwith night one of those double bills which DICKSON'IYES CO. N

have proven so delightful. The fea-
th-E- ture for this evening will be found in

the six reel special picture, "Atlantis -

except0noFthe ," by Gerhart Hauptman, a massive Get it at .DEPARTMENT STORE.
$75,000 production. You will see
the actual sinking of a large ocean MERCK'SWe .. ..
P-ublic schools liner. An excellent show for 5 and 10 .

and The chu-R-ches.-O-rlando Board of cents. are the nearest drug store The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

Trade should-G-rab conventions, The Sentinel is the tie that binds PHONE 68 tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

fight foRimprovements, the Orlando man on a vacation to his chandise, at right prices

1 great-E-r population, home. :MIEROK'S PHARMACY:
indu-S-tries and I ,
inve-S-tors. Get the news in the Sentinel first.I THE REXALL STORE _

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; ; .AND Admission 5 Cents 2

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-- yard day.Twentieth the practice ol medicine, tnat Deer is 4-Reels--1 I
Century Club, Mrs. S. E. doing more harm to humanity than Warner. "The Hands of the Law:' '
Ives, Sr., hostess. in three reels. A thrilling story of
all other alcoholics.
Bachelor Girls, Miss Augusta Wright heart interest.
hostess. There must be a reason for this. Comedy. "Wanted, a Practice." I'I
Mrs. Algernon Haden, hostess at Beer is insidious, delusive, tempting, Five cents to all.
bridge. and fascinating. Advertised to con- "A HIGH OLD TIME" i
Thursday May 6
Civic League, clean-up weekparking tain less alcohol than some other FOR RENT-On Colonial Drive, for I!
drinks it appeals to the man who six months, at very reasonable i!
and street day. o
terms, five housekeeping rooms to /
Rosalind Club, Mrs C. B. Robinson, does not wish to be considered intem-
committee. adults onlIodern and furnished. 11
XiI chairman Kare Klub.hospitality perate. But statistics prove that this Inquire at 406 Colonial Drive, east. We take a great deal of pride in having our stock jewelry
Friday, May 7. is a delusion. 556tOSTEOPATHY* represent all that is not only newest and best but that also is dif-
Civic League, clean-up weekpaintand #' --0-- ferent from the common run. Every jewel loving woman should
whitewash day. PROGRAM OF DISTRICT visit our store and revel in the glorious display of jewelry and
Nullos Club, Mrs. Forrest Dabney
1i Carr hostess. CONFERENCE.The precious stones.Ib
Faculty of Orlando High School en- following is the program of the
tertain for the Seniors. .Orlando District Conference of the DR. J. C. HOWELL J I I ALLEN & CO., JE\YEIERS.o .
r Saturday, May 8. Osteopathic Physician and *rgeon
Civic week Junior M. E. church for tomorrow and Friday Kirksville Graduate \ cD
League, clean-up -- A Lubin Drama.
T_omP r1.- : Consultation Free = i

Thursday morning, 8:30 a. m.-Devotional Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan 1s 1You J

services, Rev. H. Steenbock. HoteL ,
of Sorosis held 9 a. m.-Sunday Schol Methods and Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Orlando Fla.
ided to have the Work, Rev. A. H. Cole. ,
ig take the formrs. 9:30 a. .-Mission and Missionary THE HOUSE OF HORROR"A J
Dudley kindlyuse Territory in Orlando District, Rev. G. i selecting wall paper for your
her place as H. York. Biograph Drama. LucerneTODAY home. Our stock contains all the latest -
So the members,
9:45 a. m.-Subject open for dis designs in such a varied assortment !
wit a ineir fancy work, met at Mrs. cussion.
I that you are sure to find just
Dudley's about 11 o'clock Tuesday.The 10 a. m.-Church Extension, Rev. the kind you have been looking for.
morning was spent pleasantly, W. J. Carpenter. '
Come in and see our offering and get
i talking, sewing and playing with our 10:30 a. m.-Orlando District Church +- our prices. You'll be interested.
only guest, little Miss Starbuck, the Extension Board. "IN HIS FATHER'S FOOT- GREAT NORTHERN FILM t

seven months old daughter of Mrs. 11 a. m.-Preaching. Rev. W. M. STEPS"An COMPANY PRESENTS"ATLANTIS" Orlando Paint & Wall Paper O
Victor Starbuck. At about 12:30 Poage.

o'clock a most delicious lunch was Thursday afternoon, 2:30 p. m.- Edison Drama. 205 S. Orange Avenue;:;

served out on the grounds under the .Devotional services, led by Rev. W. G.
A $75,000.00 production, in COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261.
wide spreading oaks. Everything goodto Strickland. .
which the actual of
tempt the palate had been prepared. 3 p. m.-The Bible on Tithing, Rev. -
... R. H. Barnett. big liner takes place.
At 3 o'clock the dub called to of the
was 3:30 p. m.-Subject open for dis Positively one greatest
order by the president, and the routine cussion. 5 cents 10 cents pictures shown in Orlando.IN .
business transacted. After adjournment 3:45 p. m.-Pastoral Visits and In- WRIGHT SEED COMPANY
Mrs. Dudley displayedsome SIX GREAT REELS 4 4I
: struction of Children, Rev. G. D.
very beautiful and interesting Reeves.
4 articles, a great many of them the 4 p. m.-Baptism of the Holy Spirit This Monster Show for "CLEAN-UP WEEK"Use .!
hand work of the natives, which she Rev. G. T. Butler. I
had obtained during their sojourn in 4:20 p. .-Baptism of Water, Bible "THE SAME LITTLE PRICES"A Zenoleum Fly-Scoot Spray to clean-up the flies.

South America, among which were a Mode Rev. S. Grady. show you simply cannot afford I Keep your hen-house nd fowls clean of lice.
skin vacuna bed spreads I International Lice-Powder and Camphor Nest-Eggs.
.guanaca rug 4:40 p. m.-Epworth Leagues and Mary Robinson, of the Annie Coleman to miss. This picture has
and St. Augustine -
Phlox Bermuda
native woven cotton i Plant Vines, Petunias, ,
counterpanes the Orlando District, Miss Wright.
of the U. D. C. leave
Chapter todayfor
been shown in Jacksonville and all varieties Cowpeas, Natal
lace handkerchiefs, as sheen as cob- 5 p. m.-Orlando gives delegates Leesburg where they will attend I Grass.. Fresh Supply
webs, made in Paraguay, drawn work automobile ride. other cities for 25c. and Sudan Grass, Dasheens.
the annual state meeting of the U. '1
table covers, witty most exquisite em- Thursday evening, 7:30 p. 'm.- D. C. The convention will be in ses- 1.j
broidery, drawn work linen sheets .j.jI I
Southern College and Christian Edu-
sion three days. FIRST FLOOR 5 and 10 CENTS
gold and silver new year cards, plates cation, Dr. R. H. Alderman and Rev.

which the belonged to the first presidentof II. C. Hardin. There will be--0--an informal card BALCONY 5 CENTS TO ALL I I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results j jJ
Argentine Republic, cameo
Friday morning, 8:30 a. m.-Devotional -
at the Rosalind Club
party Thursday
shells from Mar Del Plata, and many services Rev. K. D. Jones.
' other wonderful things, giving a description 9 a. .-Business concerning District afternoon, the games starting at 3 ,
o'clock. The players will be expected
of each it
one as was shown. work. .
to form their own tables.
Afterward she served a most deli 9:30 a. m.-Close of Conference.
cious cream course to the club. -- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

__Those present were. Mrs. Whitman, MRS. DIcELRO-0-- The Young Matrons Card Club will .
Mrs. Warlow, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Ives, CHARMING HOSTESS. be entertained by Mrs. Hal Beardall

Mrs. Branch, Mrs. Beardall, Mrs. Mrs J. N. McElroy yesterday en- May 12th instead of today, as previously Established 1886

ue, Mrs. Gore, tertained at bridge, ten' tables being announced.
erstreet, Mrs. prettily arranged on the spacious -- -
Starbuck and porch. The decorations were most The Nullos Club will be entertained
s1 ,-_*, Cheney. artistic and effective, consisting of Friday by Mrs. F. D. Carr. CURTIS & O'NEAL

?" 't''A? t,.the only re- roses. The hostess was assisted in
_;e of some of serving by her daughters-in-law, Mrs. CARD OF THANKSMrs.

-' rosis will ever Sylvan McElroy and Mrs. Merle Mc INSURANCE

a. it with Mr. and Elroy and Mrs. Helen Bliss. The first J. C. Calhoun and family ex- LOANS ::
Mrs. Dudley as one uf its red letter
prize was captured by Mrs. Goodrich, tend their sincere thanks to their

t days. and the consolation prize went to many friends for the many kindnesses REAL ESTATE RENTALS
" -a-: Mrs. W. P. Watson. Mrs. McElroy and loving thoughtfulness during

w. c. T. u. NOTES" i will entertain at bridge Friday. the recent illness and bereavement in

F by "- -- the loss of their husband and father,
: MRS. J. M. "v
The Woman's Christian Temperance LAST NIGHT.

Union will hold their monthly busi- The "Big Ten" who have been
and man to put in
ness meeting in the ladies' parlor of camping at Mr. and Mrs. Gray Rush's 4 or 8 acres sweet potatoes, on new
the Presbyterian church, Friday afternoon summer cottage, "The Rushes," on ground. Ground is plowed and har- For Sale
at 3 o'clock. This will be a Lake Conway, broke camp last even- rowed. Hot bed of pulls ready to set.
706 W. Amelia
meeting of unusual interest and importance ing, bringing away with them many 5-5-3t avenue.

as the presidents of Apop- memories of a ripping, roaring and
ka, Winter Park, Winter Garden, delightful week of bathing, boating, -- House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

.\ Ocoee, Oakland, Conway, and Pine I fishing and other amusements. A
Castle have been invited that we may i farewell dinner party was given by $4500.00. A bargain.
_ discuss plans for the state convention : the crowd last evening, Messrs. Til-
which will be held here in November.The den and Ives being the invited guests. ROOf GARDEN[

"mothers' meeting" at Mrs --0--'
Story's Friday afternoon was well at TO OCOEE I. O. O. F. -

tended, interesting and instructive.The INITIATION.
temperance forces are rejoicingover Messrs. F. L. Helms, P. B. Wicoff,
the Davis bill which passed both T. J. Dale, Frank Eaton, W. II. Bro-

houses last week, and is one of the kaw, T. J. Phillips, and A. H. Morey

most drastic laws we can have. The went to Ocoee last night to assist the And they Called Him
Florida Metropolis says: "It will lodge of I. O. O. F. in putting on the DO YOUR SHARETO

practically mean death to the sa- initiatory degree for a number of can "HERO"
loons. And the Tampa Times has didates.
said: "This (bill) would not only -- A Drama of the early sixties,

, knock out the saloons, but it would SOCIETY NOTESOF complete in two parts.

,.j. wipe out the draught beer business, INTEREST.Mr. Make Orlando More
and therefore bar all breweries from and Mrs. A. D. Mcllvaine, who -
operating in the state. It would mean were marri in Ingram, a suburb of

state prohibition, because no breweryor Pittsburg, \*a., stopped over in Or- Beautiful
saloon could do business lando
under its yesterday to visit.-Miss Willie
provision." Person and several other intimate RANCH LIFE"

Go to, now, ye saloon men; weep friends. They were en route to Tampa
and howl, for the Davis bill will where they will make their home. Sidney Ayres.A PAINT UP and CLEAN UP

mightily spoil your game, when it The bride formerly resided in Orlando
goes into effect. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G.

And now, Jacob Ruppert says: Mcllvain, at their pretty home on Lu-
A. "Beer Jitney Comedy. The whitest of white Paint and the best
promotes efficiency. I am cerne Circle, and was one of the most ,
wondering if Mr. Ruppert was aboutto popular young ladies in this city. -"FARES PLEASE"The
have a dangerous surgical opera- --0- of ."Clean Up" Tools, at

tion performed would he like to have I W. W. Wright, of Orlando, M. M.
the surgeon take a few glasses of i Smith and daughters, the Misses Ber-
beer just 'before the operation to tha, Louise and Amy Smith, from real thing in Orlando. Hardware Store on the Corner

"promote efficiency?" If he was Winter Park, Fla.., form a party of THE COOLEST SPOT IN .THE
about to take a trip on cars would he motorists from the south spending a
like to have the engineer and the tel- few days in St. Augustine. They are CITY

egraph operators and the switchmen registered at the Bennett House.-St. 10 cents 5 cents JOS. L. GUERNSEY'S

along the line take a few beers to Augustine Record.

"promote efficiency!" Remember, -0-

you can get just as drunk on beer as Mrs. John T. Fuller, Mrs. J. N.' 1c-

It \ you can on whiskey. Feed beer tog Elroy, Mrs LaRue Bliss, and Miss Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
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I JOIN the International Peace Society.
Site No initiation fee or dues to pay. --"umber., Lath: and Sl1i11gles
SENTINELWANT I You will meet the best people in Orange -
,i county at our conclaves which
are held in Orlando. Address, International -
I I Peace Society, Railway Exchange ,. ** *- <&* .
: S Bldg, St. Louis, Missouri. ?
5-4-lt %$feXtJ&

: Two i i

For cleanest clearest Kodak finish
The Morning Sentinel Want ing go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf

Directory is the Greatest Want ..
: Real Bargains Ad Medium in Orlando. Umbrellas recovered and repaired ORLANDO
"while you wait," at Young's Repair
Terms Cash Advance.
in Shop 21 1:. Pine St. 24lyrcTake
/ 136 acres with beautiful frontage -

: on two lakes. Knock Out, For One Day RATES______________25t your Kodak films to Robinson. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
t r,. For Three Days ____________50c 33tfDON'T
f 15 per acre. For Six Days ____-_________75c !
For One Month _-__________$2.50 --- -- r.
60 acres, mile off brick road. This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Over 1500 feet lake shore. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for
: $20.00 per acre. each additional word, for each in- WORRYIf
sertion.If .
See E. B. Bradley Quick. you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- YES WE BELIEVE INCLEAN I.
counts opened by telephone will be
payable following day.
you are disappointedabout
Every Home-Every Business- getting a new Eas-
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a UP WEEKWe I
Sentinel Want Ad. ter Suit,we can put your

W.tkln* Block PHONE 504 old one in good condi-
tion for just such occas-

FOR 90 DAYSYou SALE Hupmobile runabout,
model 20; perfect condition; tires .
can buy foundation all new; just overhauled; reason for ..ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY..
selling buying larger car. Call 20
stone building blocks, side- West Pine street. 5-1-Gt Cleaning believe in making Orlando clean and neat, thus deserving -
walk tile, or anything In my Dry
line at reduced. Call around FOR SALEA Steam Cleaning the name City Beautiful. Also we believe that .

and let me surprise you on clean, nice cash business for a Pressing and Repairing the place to begin to clean up is inside the home, and "No I
prices. hustler, on easy terms; requires only
small cash payment, balance' to suit Home Is Better Than Its Kitchen." In other words, we
F. D. GORE purchaser. Address F, care Sentinel.
4-9-tf --- believe you should begin Clean-Up Week by buying a nice
Cor. Booed and Jackson Sts.
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913
Nothing charged at these prices.OSTEOPATH. model; new tires, new coat paint,
$100 worth accessories; price $325.
f. Also 1915 Overland touring car, fine ONLY $1,000
shape; $800. Winter Park Auto Co., GAS RANGEto
Winter Park. Fla. b-2-3t*

FOR SALE-Good Kentucky mare, *
I years old, wagon and harness. A BEFORE make your kitchen clean and sweet, and then you will
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER fine bargain at $150. Call on or ad- I
Office dress M. P. Wallam, R. F. D. No. 1, have more time to beautify the rest of your home and the ,
corner Orange Avenue and r
Maitland, Fla. 5-4-6t
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., MAY 5thbuys city..iORLANDO
Phone 419.Clean. FOR SALE
200 egg hot water Reliable incubator -
patented egg turning tray with-
out removing eggs from incubator;
good as new. $10. the 2 corner lots east of
100 chick outdoor brooder. $5.
Up 2,000 orange and grapefruit trees, my residence, sidewalks, nice
1 L and 2 years old,,budded and seed-
'ings. lOc. and 75c. each.D. fence, oaks and palms.
N. Batchelor, Winter Park, Fla.
5-2-3t WATER & LIGHT CO.

Buy your Cleaning Worth $1500 or mere.
FOR? SALE-New camp, located on a
Materials of us. lake; half acre of land; near brick Reason for low price is that GAS DEPARTMENT
road. This is a desirable bargain.
Address D. B. C., Sentinel office. purchaser must agree to
Brooms 5-2-6tc
Mops FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 1
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches, Terms if desired.
Soaps excellent' condition. W. L. Tilden. I
2-23-tf r ,

Washing Powders
and tools best farm in county; va- Service will Service will

Soap Powders riety o-date: fruits buildings 1,600, etc.trees Room; elegant 3, Rock up- L Start Pllr S rin[ Wat r Start ]

Dust.Buy a can of Lay-U-- er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- DR. A. J. TAYLOR i ;iM1ay IOth May 10thIn .


FOR RENT-A five room cottage, 7 PHONE 696 .
CARUTHERS & GORE West Concord avenue, by the sum- all cities Pure Water is delivered for drinking purposes by companies who
mer or year. Apply at 12 W. Concord .'
avenue. 4-29-6t* 905 East Central Avenue specialize in this one business. Orlando isgrowing to the proportions that demands

New Modern G Grocery FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, service in this line, and we are going to deliver FRESH SPRING WATER daily to ',

in new house. Cheap for summer. the business houses and residences of Orlando, from Elder Springs, located on Or-
Special rates by the year. 406 Margaret -
Phone 200 street. 5-4-6t Cut Flowers lando Sanford road one mile north of Robinson Springs.

FOR RENT-Cottage, for the sum- Each business house or office that uses the water will be supplied with a

6 and 8 East Pine St. Yancey.mer, or by the year} cheap.328tfcAn T. A. COOLER Free of Charge.

8x10 Kodak enlargement free and Plants Water will be delivered in 5 gallon Bottles or in 1 gallon bottles at lOc per
at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf

i BUYERS ANI SELLERSI Floral Designs gallon.No deliveries made less than 5 gallonlots.

$2.00 buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla,
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20.000,000. Call and see me. ANA.LYSIS f,
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. :

Violet Dell Florist.
TAMPAand Rollins College, Florida.

POSITION WANTED-for the sum- Winter Park, Florida April 19, 1915
mer by young man aged 20 years
Willing to do any honest I.bor.d- J. M. CARUTHERS H. B. CONEY: ESQ., Orlando, Florida.
dress "Young Man," care SentineL Dear Sir-I have completed a careful sanitary analysis of the sample of water that you

5-4-3t Phone 509. 408 South Lake St. brought to me last week, and have obtained the following results:

RETURN WANTED-By gentleman, comfortable SPRING WATERCOLOR .
cool room, in quiet private

family; close in, West Side preferred; ___________________________________Clear.
I. $2 or less per week; references given. _____ _______________
MONDAY MAY 1m Answer care Sentinel. II. J. W. Under :New Management REACTION __________ Neutral
5-4-St FREE AMONIA: ____________________________:None.
Tickets good on all having fifteen POSITION years experience young man in Smyth HouseCorner CHLORIDE _________________________________6 parts per 1,000,000-0.35 grains per gallon. .

Regular Trains department stores desires position TOTAL SOLIDS _____________________________8 parts per 1,000,000-0.46 grains per gallon. .
where ability and merit would war- Main and Jefferson Sts. :NITRATES _________________________________Trace ,
rant advancement. Best
Final Limit May 13thVIA Address "Y; care Sentinel.references.4-28-tf One Block from Court House HARDNESS: ____________________________38 parts per 1,000,000-2.217 grains per gallon.
The results of a water analysis that especially indicate the quality of a water are free am-
TO ECHANGE-For house and lot FURNISHED: ROOMS AND: monia, albuminoid ammonia and chlorine excesses of these indicating contamination.
in Orlando, lake front, 1 mile from BOARD of the body. .
railroad and brick road 12 Rates by Day or Week. Summer
; acres 9 The absence of both free and albuminoid ammonia in the spring water and its very small
set to budded trees two years ago; 3 Rates N;,w On.
Atlantic Coast LineStandard acres unimproved; extra good land. amount of chlorine indicates its good quality-the indications are that it is of exceptionallygood

Mahlon Gore. 4-28-tfc MRS. J. II. McCAMY quality.
A very desirable feature of this spring water is its softness, containing less than onefourthof
Railroad of the South the Atlantic Coast Line, Friday, the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates found in many waters of this region, and
May 14. 2:43: p.m. Rate $17.60. See just about enough, as many authorities think, for supplying the time and magnesia requirementsof lot
Mr. LeRoy Thompson, P. O. Box 783, the body. Yours respectfully,
506 Lexington street. Get iden-
tification cards from depot or city (Signed)
ticket agent. 375
Kodak finishing left at Robinson's West Jefferson Street
a Studio will be ready at 5 o'clock the

.. next day. 3-3-tf Successor to ELDER SPRING WATER CO.

FOR RENT Modern bungalow, closein. Hand Wood
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL Company
FURNISHED-Five large rooms and
FIT GLASSES- -GRIND FLORIDAWE LENSES bath,,large lighted lot,,bearing trunk grove and, chicken storerooms PROMPT SERVICE W. W. Wright, "Good and Bad Cigar Store." Phone 444J.,4

t AND DO ALL KINDS OF house. Rent low to November.See I REASONABLE PRICES
: OPTICAL REPAIRING owner 714 West Church. 5-2-5t 1 ., '.

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tOPS AT NEUVE JOURNALISM WEEK AT UNIVERSITY lican-Record; J. P. Tucker, editor of DoctorsBiickiiiasc1'
ELLE I OF MISSOURI the Parkville (Mo.) Gazette; Miss

.. .. ., ,. ... "We were there in Julia E. :Meath editor of the WalnutGro.e i ( & Brundagc l
: ; .
.T '.Tr :nfzL 'ave Chapelle dur- (Mo.) Tribune; Nate McCutchan -
;. ; : Columbia, Mo., May 3.-The sixth
' / \aiting for orders editor of the Windsor (:Mo.) Review I OSTEOPATHS
- annual week" started
: and the ground "journalism ; and J. F. Hull, editor of the Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
here at the school of of
."<'.< 1-.u ..k .,jo" .' t.e. :'- ." .t rpses," writes an i journalism Maryville (Mo.) Tribune. Kirks"ille.10..
; AtTI1 the University Missouri today and
f I
) 1
.h Indian to
i r -' "0h -' will continue five days. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
nth was there in j Country and city work All round money getters--\\-ant ads. National Bank. Phone 578.
and the newspaper
u le forms
: r

; ___..__ ,_. ___ _'_..ywhere."I 'I'will the ad.be considered man will from have many his say angles; the'; j 1]' : _____ __ __ n _

7 to conserve public welfare. I round as that of northern latitudes. never heard anything like the ; magazine writer, the illustrator, the I

Under a representative form of Education has shown the people of continuous tremendous bombardment roar, absolutely; it was deafen-one I trade press man, the woman special i You want the best Piano and Furniture Polish. Try

government appropriations are made Florida how to live how to take full writer and the woman editor, the I I

from this fund by those who are selected advantage of splendid natural condi- ing. There was one howitzer 20 printing expert and others will ex- i our Auto Body Polish. It beats them all.
feet broad and 6 feet deep. The
to perform the functions of tions for their own good and it has change ideas. Last year there were i i i
whole' studded with Full line of Paints Enamels Varnishes and WallPapers
countryside was ,
government because it is inconven- brought to the state a sturdy and en- 300 visitors and more are expected !j

ient, even impossible, that every tax- ergetic citizenry. It has brought cap- big howitzers and field guns, and this year.The \ atFinley's
fired for all they were
payer shall have a voice and a vote in ital to develop' its natural resources. they were
worth. It must have been absolute speakers include Champ ClarK,
this could have been
determining the apportionments.The Do you believe \
speaker of the house of representatives
hell where the Germans
unless the of were. PioneerJust
duty of government is to do brought about gospel
; Dr. Henry S. Pritchett presi-
The Indian troops did awfully well.
for the people those things which clean sanitary living had been
dent of the Foundation for
the winter in the slush and
they, as individuals, can not do for I preached without ceasing? Unless During the Advancement of Chas.II. .
built med- frost and snow the unfortunate In- Teaching; across from the Post Office, corner Pine and Court
themselves, to provide such conditions !the barriers had been up by .
' Grasty and Irvin S. Cobb, war cor-
dian altogether out of his ele
'91 that every individual shall be protected !ical science to keep out the epidemiss was respondents streets.
; Robertus Love, poet-hu
ment. It would be the same
from unlawful depredations and of the tropic islands, and unless these
had thing if you put the white troops in morist, of the St. Louis Republic; Contractor for Painting and Decorating. Phone 67.
shall be fm''---' ed his rights and i facts of actual accomplishment
I the of India the hot John A. Bleicher, editor of Leslie's'Veeky
... lit of his own busi- been advertised to the whole world? plains during
them march ; Fred R. Barkhurst managing -,
weather and to
expected I .
Government If Florida is to continue its rate of -
ome. I[ and fight. editor of the St. Joseph Gazette; ;,
other things, the progress, the way must be led by its
; W. E. Williams of the Kansas
i i City |
have stood ten dars'shelling
> be raised by tax- ]i health authorities as in the past. "My men :
Journal] :
with the utmost indifference. ; Ramsey Benson, magazine
it collects Already Florida is known throughoutthe
rposes writer; A. B. Chapin, cartoonist F. i
have :
The biggest they ever seen
d and finally de- I Union as one of the most progressive guns
G. Cooper cartoonist Judge Henry j SPRAYINGFor
nner the fund so of all the states in health before have been field guns. One day
I Lamm former chief justice of the
had "Jack Johnsons" in
and the fact we fifty an
sanitary matters,
pended. I Land I
hour falling all about our trenches. Missouri supreme court; Tom Stout, : White Fly and Scale, with Schnarr's In-
this is at least one of the fundamental -j] seems to be recognized less distinctly i :
ideas of the model i i at home than elsewhere.To "They were aimed at some houses member of congress: from Montana secticide. For Red Spider. Iluste :Mite and all other :Miles
govern I behind where the observers editor of the Lewistown (Mont.) [ with the Soluble Sulphur
ment. HoW far actual government, maintain this reputation and the us, artillery infesting citrus trees, spray
Democrat B. E. general I
concealed, and absolutely ; Bradley
were they -
federal state or municipal, departs splendid activity on which it is based, Compound.
knocked the place to pieces, mak- manager of the St. Louis Post-Dis- will mix perfectly and two sprayings
These two
\. from this ideal is determined by the j requires the powerful aid of the state
ing holes 8 feet to 10 feet broad and patch; Miss fdnalcGrath: (Betty can be done at one and the same time. This will absolutely -
1 1 through wise
fallibility of those who exercise its ;!: government appropriations -
4 feet or 5 feet deep. Boyd), of the St. Louis Republic; 1 insure clean trees and bright fruit.
functions. In of less and recognition and moral
spite a more or sup-
"Luckily none pitched in the trench, George B. Dealey, manager: of the i Nothing better nothing more effective, and nothing
popular belief, graft and dishonestyare port, and hardly less by county and
I;I fell within foot Dallas and Galveston News; John j habit of and
rare in governmental affairs in municipal and community backing. It although they a or cheaper on the market. Get the spraying
the that two. One went right through the Clyde Oswald editor of the American you will have no regrets at the end of the season.
this country. Stealing by public offi- appears at present writing parapet and burst the other side, not Printer, New York; C. L. Hobart. editor -
cials or employes is the unusual ex the legislature of 1915 will do muchin
ception. More often errors are made. support of the work of the State hitting any one. The men didn't mind of the Holden (Mo.) Progress: ;
them a bit. B. Ray Franklin, editor of the Rus- J. SCHNARR & CO. ManufacturersOrlando
through mistaken judgment. Board of Health, and that wider usefulness -
will be possible to that body. "Last night I put on pajamas for sellville (Mo.) Rustler; Bernard Finn 7
Certain things are of prime impor- editor of Sarcoxie; Chase S. Osborn
Let the of Florida the first time in thirteen nights, and,
people recognizethe Florida
tance to the people-police and fire value also got into my flea bag for the first former governor of Michigan: ; A. C. ,
of health
C protection, and individual safety from and bodily time. It is lovely, the blankets are McGinty, president of the Neosho ,

physical harm probably come first- strength as necessary preliminaries so soft. (Mo.) Ad. Club; Rob Roy Godsey j

matters that affect directly the life' to mental and spiritual vigor and the "I am sorry for the men. They are editor of the Webb City (Mo.) Register -- -- --- -- --
will all the
state move quicker to a
-- and property of the individual. Un- realizatoin packed like sardines in the farm ; Karl Walter, dramatic critic of .
of its ultimate -
questionably next in importance are possibilities. buildings and it is difficult for themto the Kansas City Star; J. II. Smith.
those matters that affect his health, clean themselves. Four of us publisher of the Kansas City Post; i, Why don't you call and let us quote you our low

for individual and public health are, share one small room without any the Rev. Father D. S. Phelan, editor ,

next to life itself, the biggest assetsof TURNED OVER TO CRIMINAL furniture just some straw on the of the Western Watchman, St. Louis; :, Summer Rates atthe

the family or the community.In COURT floor and our palises on the top. Dr. C. C. Woods, editor of the Christian I ,

the appropriation of public fundsit Advocate (Methodist), St. Louis;

follows naturally that these most Joe Kirkland:: was arrested Satur- Guests registering at the San Juan I Dr. A. C. Smither, editor of the Chris- I Hotel::
should be conserved and before His tian Exnpire
important things day given a hearing hotel yesterday included Julian Howard Evangelist, St. Louis; Brecken-

before all other interests and the Honor, Mayor Sperry. He was L. H. Whitten, Jacksonville' ; F. ridge Ellis novelist, of Plattsburg ,I

wisdom of legislative action is deter- charged with drunkenness. The case W. Dimmitt R. E. Ferris, R. L. Mo.; :Miss Cleora Williams, editor of i' The Dining Room with the Quick Lunch Room added,

mined by a recognition. of this princi- was dismissed by the mayor's court James Tampa Geo. S. Waldo the West: Plains (Mo.) Quill; W. F. f I
with orders to Chief of Police Smithto ; Mayhall, editor of the Bowling Green makes it the cheapest, nicest place in the city to live.
ple.Florida's Gainesville; Capt. C. P. Elliott, U. S. i
rapidly increasing pros- turn the defendant over to the A., Savannah; J. Walter Bozeman, (:Mo.) Times; J. N. Stonebraker, ed- j

perity during the past quarter of a criminal court. Atlanta. itor of the Carrollton (Mo.) Repub-I
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POW- : : ,, Speed, Silence and Convenience

of Operation

;.r "T: '. F For r Exdliane F Fo r Floriffa a Property D 9

-rs r ri .

Remington .._ Remington j j

Hotel and-Sanitarium' in Kansas, leased for three years, for $7,500.00 per year,

Price $75.000.00. Is clear of debt, want Timber land in Florida.

Q Quality y Refinment

14 Dwelling Houses in Washington City, rents $16.00 each; mortgage $3,000.

Price $15,000.00; make.us an offer of Florida property. j

.t Electric Lighting and Starting. Gears Shift Automatically. I i 1

t Large Apartment House, well located in Chicago. Rents for $36,000.00 per year.

Demountable Rims. Tires 30x3 inches. Price $200,000.00; want good Timber lands for this. It is clear of debt. j jJ J

Price $695 f.o.b. Detroit
75-Room Hotel at Stanton, Va., 6 or eight cottages, 54 acres of land, Bowling

Alleys, Swimming Pools, Bath House, Hotel completely furnished. R. R. Station on ?

property: also Ticket, Telegraph and Express office. Price $40,000.00. Mortgage ;'

$7,000.00 Make us an offer in the way of a good grove and home in Orange County.


a REMINGTON you are at all times master of the situationAREMINGTONlends Four Story Brick and Stone Building in Chicago. Four stores and six Flats, :

rents for $2,664.00 per year. Price $25,000.00.Iortgage $11,500.00. Want good 1

property in Orange County, see us, for this equity, $13,500.00. ;


f .
We have some trades in Florida property to offer near and in Lakeland, Fort j

.. a tone of distinction., to :Mead Kathleen, Haines City, Tampa, Kisssimmee, Pine Castle, Orlando, and Apopka. -

Ask us for what you want; we can supply your needs. i ii
x the occupants. i
We want a Bungalow or Cottage, worth $3,500 to $4,000 in Orlando for Chicago

Income Property.WARING. ;

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power commands 'j'jj
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Narragansett Model $695 f.o.b. factory :-:

Fully equipped with top, windshield, speedometer, electric horn, R. D. WARING, |Mgr.Or .

electric lights, electric starter, automatic gear shift, demountable rim IiI



\ D. WARING, Manager P.S. Ask us for any exchange you wish wecanlmatch what you have.


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.' Mr. J. B. Yeates, of Tampa, was i
among the business visitors to Orlando SOLID i

yesterday. AS A 'ROCK I i
Orlando experienced one of the __ warmest days of the season yester- r
day. I
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Dress goods, at about half former ? ,: rs
price, at Boardman's sale. 5-5-3t

Mrs. G. P. Lovell and little daughter -

The State Bank of Orlando left yesterday afternoon for San-
ford where
they will spend some


the Close of Business, April 30th, 1915 Mr. G. W. Shiles, who has been in
charge of the tiffs
RESOURCESLoans culinary department of
the Wyoming hotel, will leave today

and Discounts ____________________$518,044.76 for his home in Chicago.

Overdrafts _________-___________________ 518.37
Stocks and Bonds _______________________ 187,732.69 Any ladies' hat in the store for. 75c. 4
Furniture and Fixtures __________________ 12,869.30Real at Boardman's sale. 5-5-3t r "

Estate _____________________________ 9547.32
Mr. W. D. Gleason, who has
R: Cash on hand and due from Banks _________ 366,466.18 his spent
sixth season in Orlando, at his
home in Concord Park, left yesterday IiTI
$1,095,178.62 :
f J LIABILITIES afternoon he will spend for Greenville the summer., Mich., where !

r Capital Stock ___________________________$ 50,000.00
f Surplus and Undivided Profits _____________ 43,473.22Bills Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr.,who EVERY NATIONAL BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE

Payable ___________________________ None have been spending a couple of weeksin "FEDERAL RESERVE" SYSTEM: WHICHB THE1IBEST

r t Rediscounts ____________________________ None Orlando with relatives and friends, BANKING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT. I

f Deposits 1,001,705.40 returned yesterday by auto to their THESE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 1373 MILLION
home at New Smyrna.
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$1,095,178.62 Quite a lot of boys' pants, sizes 11 .
t to 17, will be sold far less than cost, NATIONAL BANK IS UNDER THE ISTRICT SUPER-
while they last, at BOARD IAN' I

Mr. W. G Talton, the affable and ING.
accommodating cashier of the Bankof

Apopka, spent yesterday in Or-
lando. mingling business with pleasure. The Peoples National BanK

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Messrs. E. L. Leslie M. L. Maloy,
t '. C. Bass, and Lewis O'Bryan were A
____ __ representative citizens of Kissimmee
transacting business in Orlando yes-

*I terday. ,

Take notice of the white dresses, ..,.
worth up to $6.50. Your choice now min Ill 11 Ml MMtlMMMIIIIIIIMIIIMMillMiQU
; at $2.00. Not many left. Get them
now, at Boardman's. 5-5-3t i
H .I
) ;; I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal left yes- .
-j terday afternoon over the Atlantic
;: f r i11 tl it h, JL Coast Line for Indianapolis, Ind., on Carbonizing i iM

important business
connected with the
board of control of the Knights of Knocking
rIr Pythias.Mr. t Troubles T I
o or C Loss of Power

S. II. Barmin, who has been
spending the winter in Orlando a Excessive
Consumption of Oil
guest at the Wyoming, ]left yesterday
afternoon for New Haven, Conn., }'
I Irw.w.rw. to remain until fall, when he

.. 1 e ...,wwNaa..xraaa.+m+raurn.. i1' //ri return to the City Beautiful expectsto for an These can all be remedied by the use of the genuine
indefinite time.

S Ladies', misses' and children's shoes, NON-LEAK PISTON RINGS
LIVE ON THE PORCH former price up to $-1.00; your choice
now at $1.00, at Boardman's sale.
Also a lot of men's and women's
THIS SUMMER shoes, in values up to $6.00 Banis One to each cylinder
ters now being sold at $2.00 for your
choice. Don't forget the place,
BOARDMAN'S. 5-5-3t
Don't Swelter in doors when a call to our store will dem-

onstrate to you how quickly a hot dusty porch can be Mrs. Edward Holder and guest, Sold By
Mrs. S. C. Knudsen, of Lakeland, Mr s. '
converted into a cool, comfortable living sleepingroom.
J. C. B. Koonce and Mrs. J. K. Austin,
Here are a few of many. specially made pieces for expect to motor to Eustis for the day ;
1 Sane Juan i
your porch. tomorrow in the former's car. /Mrs. Garage Company

Knudsen will leave the party there,
Vudor Porch Shades. Crex Rugs going to Orlando for a short visit be

Haltex Fibre Furniture [Maple Chairs and Rockers fore returning home.-Ocala Star.
Hammocks and Couch Porch Swings

Hammocks Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hanson, of P.oc tllillill 1111'111 "I".tt'I" IIII"III"I"11..t'I" ." r.II." 41.11.

Rapids, Iowa, who have been spend ...
Water Coolers and Refrigerators, Oil and Gasoline ing some time in this section, left yesterday -
;"-aves. Select yours to day. afternoon for their home. I -

They contemplate going to Californiain
July, to take in the sights of the
exposition at San Francisco but will
OSCAR HAND & SON return to Orlando in the early fall. i -_-::- r
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Mr. and morning Mrs. R. A.over Farrington the Atlantic leftyesterday I i ; < : :i:;;

I.Coast Line for their home in western I LESSONS OF CHILDHOOD / ;.':. ..:: \{': .
New York, where they will spend the .. ;
.IUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111 summer. They visited several ." .. -.'.
placesin children
When early taught, generally con- ,.. .
t Florida but they claim there is no '- I
better place than Orlando. They expect tinue to be thrifty and provident through ;, ,y;, <: F I

GIFTS FOR GRADUATES i to come again next season. .! ; -4
Youth, Maturity and Old Age. : .j.- :. ,

Mr. Frank Roach, wife and mother, I i
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who have spent the season at 215 This institution recommends the Savings :.. :

Whether It Is Brooch Bar Pin East Robinson avenue, returned ye sAccount as the easiest means of teaching ; t :fit ;.;- :.,
terday afternoon to their home in I! ,. -
children to save. Children quickly take ; -
Ohio. This was their first I ;

Pendantor winter in this part of the South, but i j pride in their own personal accounts and f [ b
they returned to the Buckeye State y$
well pleased with Orlando. I easily develop the ability to regularly add ;
other piece of jewelry :you want, you can get the best
value for your money by coming to us. to them. '-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Case departed r

We specialize in pieces of the better class-fine* yesterday afternoon over the AtlanticCoast I
goods, notable for superior workmanship and diamondsof Line for Washm trp, !. C., 4 per cent paid on Savings Accounts.

merit. We excel in this line, yet our prices are exceedingly and after a visit in the capital will -
low. We also offer :you choice selections and return to their home in St. Louis,
the best service.: Mo. This was their third visit here
and they have assured friends
We are organized to produce QUALITY and that _
we do it they will return in the fall and
-the kind of quality that guarantees may A
satisfaction to the decide to locate in this part of Florida. .
wearer. .

year Mr.ago W. O.moved Swearingen to Winter, who Garden about a, Dr1aflo n BIDlK & Trust t C Coffipauy n '

where he was engaged in business,
: T. H. EVANSJEWELER I has sold out and has moved back to i.
Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Swearingen

will be welcomed back to this city. ORLANDO, FLORIDA --
-- Mr. Swearingen will leave next week .
; for Detroit, Mich., where he will .

spend several months in expert automobile w'J'
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