The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 16, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. ra. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING ,EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.





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Palatka, Fla., April 15.-Delegates I Quitman, Ga., April 15.-Unprecedented Special to the Sentinel Tallahassee, Fla., April 15.Anoth the first time since the county ,
began arriving in this city last evening cold weather has done great Rome, April 15. (Midnight)-Pope er large batch of new bills were introduced division question came citizens I'I Special to the Sentineli -

to attend the annual conventionof !damage to crops in Brooks county, Pius experienced a sudden change for in the House today. I from,I all parts of Orange up county ; i i Washington, April 15.-James M.
the Grand Lodge of the Odd Fellows I which has caused much anxiety among the worse, early this evening. In Among te important ones was a I',, together in a spirit of earnestness. Lynch, president of the International
the Florida State RebekahAssembly the farmers and merchants : the official bulletin issued from the
and of the measure by Representative Feagler! I The dilatory methods that prevailed Typographical Union, is slated for
and early trains this morning entire section. The oat crop, whichhas Vatican, it was learned today that ratifying the proposed amendment to I heretofore have vanished ''and the public printer. Senators Hughes and

brought many others, so that by been seriously retarded and in his temperature had risen nearly the Constitution of the United States people are indeed in earnest. They Martine and the New Jersey delegation -
the hour of the opening localities has three degrees in two hours and bron- relative I
9:30 o'clock, many destroyed by rust, to the income tax. now realize that it is the people in congress, who came to urge
ceremonies Palatka was in full received its blow from the chial pneumonia conditions effecting Also
public withering thE. following: I against the politician. I President Wilson today to select Cor-
posession of the three links brother present cold. his left lung suddenly became intense. House Bill No. 1 hood. The city is gaily decoratedin It is believed that the oat crop will\II' The Vatican officials have made cences and other taxed providing for :, the country districts alarmed at the Jersey State Federation of Labor,
their honor with flags, buntingand not be worth the first cost of seedin I every preparation for the death of the payment thereof, and .subscribing situation. had been practically decided upon.

their emblems of the Independent its planting and in some sectionsof II;the Pontiff during the night The adverse penalties for doing business without: Senators Simmons and Overman,
Many Orlando citizens whose interests
Order of Odd Fellows. the county, especially in the south' change came with alarming a license or other failure to comply of North Carolina, were consulted by
The city officials, members of the ern part, farmers are already turning suddenness after the Pope had made with the provision thu.-e.f. Stance are wholly here, do not feel the president as to the appointment

board of trade, the business community their live stock upon the devastated -"''a remarkable rally lasting nearly indt(:taxation. any deep feel concern over the questionfor | ''of William H. Osborne, of Greensboro .
they that division do this
and citizens generally are oat fields, having abandoned I'twenty.four hours. House Bill No. 169.-To prohibit I can N. C., to be commissioner of
but ,
unanimous in their welcome to thvisitors e, all hope of maturity. The cold has; The bulletins during the day an- .the catching or taking of food,fish J city small hurt, but those of our internal revenue.I .

and they were largely rep withered the entire county. The nounced the Pope's temperature as in the waters of the Pithlachascotee citizens who have property that will l I They approved the nomination and

resented at the auditorium. Several plants were two to three inches high, normal and his pulse almost so. river and its tributaries in the county I be taxed in the proposed new county 1 lit is expected to be sent to the senate

excellent musical selections were rendered very tender and very brittle. I j While his condition was reported of Pasco, in the state of Florida, by realize what it would mean and are tomorrow.

after which the Rev. P. Q. The penetrating wind which has,,as being much better than the papal] the use of seines, gill nets, or any II bitter against division. I I

Cason offered an invocation, in which been steadily blowing from the north l'physicians hoped for, the bulletin ether kinds of net or device except Likewise the country districts that POLK SUCCEEDS LOEB. I

he prayed Divine blessings ;upon the for three days, has blown the young suddenly issued by Cardinal Merry cast nets, hook and.l.n0, and prescrib-j i( are proposed to be swallowed up by _____ ,1
deliberations of the grand bodies. plants against the ground to such an: Del Val, signed by Marchiafava and ing that its violation shall be Sanford are protesting, and the Special to the SentinelWashington

Cot Samuel J. Hilburn, in an eloquent extent that planting of the entire" ,'Amid at 8:30, (Rome time) tonight ed by the general laws of the state! country districts that will be weakened April 15.-Frank L

speech, turned the keys of the crop will be necessary, unless there: ,which said the Pope's temperature of Florida as in such cases made and > in their political status on both Polk, a New York lawyer and reform.
: had risen the lastfew sides of the line by division are greatly er chairman of the New York
city over to the Hon. Willis Castaing, is a speedy return of warmer west during provided. f civil)
of Lake Butler, Grand Master. Col. ere hours until it reached 100.4 degrees House Bill N). 1;').=To validate exercised over the matter. t service commission, has formally accepted -

Hilburn said the Gem City was proudof 1 The cotton has been affected by the, and his chest was seriously all deeds heretofore exe:-u1.ed by corporations -i I Representatives from every part I President Wilson's offer to become

entertaining such a distinguished cold, but not to a degree to maker it, affected. conveying or intending tj I of the county came to Orlando yesterday collector of customs at New-

assemblage of Odd Fellows and appear there will be the necessityof His temperature was unchanged at convey real estate in the state ofj!, begging that the fight be continued York, succeeding William Loeb, Jr,,

Rebekahs, and hoped their stay in replanting. Should the cold weather midnight tonight when another of- Florida, that have been admitted to I I that their interests might be and his nomination is expected to be

the city would be filled with pleas prevail much longer, it will be a ficial bulletin was issued and furthers record, where sane: is defective on preserved with Orlando. i sent to the senate when it meets to

ures that would linger long in mem I different story, and it might be slight increase in bronchial affections account of not having o 'en .i:i'j' witnessed I If the state representatives could i iI day. Secretary McAdoo urged the

or,. "We are at your command," de- sary to replant much of it. Corn noted. An hour later it was an- ; judiciary .\. have seen the expression, of earnest president to appoint him.

dared the,colonel, "and it:will be our been delayed, but not seriously damaged L- nounced from the Vatican that the House Bill No. i7J-Provid'nsf for I I I ness on the faces of these men as they-- I

joy to be able to .add, in any degree, up to the present. prelates whose duty it will be to administer the creation of Trabue county, in I: pleaded with Orlando to keep up the PEOPLE'S NATIONAL MAKES A

to the delights which should mark The weather this morning is cloudy the last sacraments to the the state of Florida, and for the organization -1!I fight and enable them to remain with PURCHASE.

your stay in our midst. and cold, and the fields are sweptby Pope in the event of his impending and ,government thereof; I'! the old county, they would feel] -

The Hon. Elmer E. ,Haskell, _PastGrand ) _a biting wind, from the_ north. death, has been ordered to hold them. county organization. t ashamed that they had ever given Yesterday a deal was consummated

Master, was equally as'cordial Tanners are greatly discouraged butt selves in readiness for the, summons j I! 'House Bill No. '1,"..-To'repeat vecl,'heed to the> tales .of,, the.,discredited,I I whereby the People's National Bank-

eloquent- in, his remarks, .he delivering I hopeful that better conditions will I ''throughout the night. tion 622 of the general statutes ofj J and.unreliable Forrest Lake, who introduces 'I become the owner of the building recently -

the address of welcome ort prevail. within the next twenty-four r'[ Marchifava and Amici have been Florida relative to the granting cf i the bill purchased by Mr. Walter Oreo

behalf of Pioneer Lodge No. 23. He i I hours. {in constant attendance in the papal certain swamp lands to railroads and I Some of the politic may whisper, :, pen on Orange avenue.

told how, through many years, Pioneer ;bed-chamber since appearance of the 'canal companies; cananls and drain: that it is better at least for policy's' Negotiations have been on between

Lodge had been occupying a I I THREE CORNERED FIGHT FOR alarming symptoms late this after-I age. sake not to bear down too hard on the bank and Mr. Drennen for several
I|noon. It eras officially admitted Forrest Lake. !weeks, but it was only yesterday that
prominent place in the fraternallife PRESIDENCY D. A. R. byj t I abuse Bill No. 173.-To provide
of Palatka, and was full of hope _____ s" the papal physicians for the first against the smoking of cigarettes by) So far as the Sentinel is concerned !I terms were finally agreed upon and

and determination as regards the fu Special to the SentineLWashington time today that the left lung of the'minors and fixing the penalties for so I''it has no patience with the sugar I deed executed by Mr. Drennen. The .

ture. "Your presence is a source of April 15.-Mrs. John Pope had become affected with bronchial doing and repealing all laws or parts : plum method of dealing with such I I bank will remodel the room so that
wonderful to Pioneer Miller I' pneumonia. of laws in conflict with I Forrest Lake. He is it will be a modern banking room and
inspiration Horton, of Buffalo, N. Y., Mrs.: this act Public men as a cheap
Lodge," said Mr. Haskell, and our William Cumming Story, of New I Rome, April 16. ((12:30 a. iu.)- Health. 'I politician to whom personal honor expect to occupy the same about

greeting to you today is from our York, and Mrs. Charles R. Bryan, of i Cardinal Merry Del Val has just is-1 House Bil No. 175.-Providing for means little. The very men who areusing October 1st
hearts charged with that unfailing Nashville, Tenn., will lead a three-'sued the following bulletin: "Pul- the organization and election of county him now to carry out their sel Mr. Drennen has not fully decided

love and hospitality taught for nearly: cornered fight for the presidency and I I monary symptoms which afflict the boards of instruction and fixing fish plans know him to be such and yet where he will go with his stock

a century in this country by the noble! generalship of the Daughters of the Pope have become more accentuated their compensation. Education.I will regard him with distrust after of pianos. ITO !

Order of Odd Fellows. American Revolution when balloting and respiration becomes very dfticuU'1 I I i House Bill No. 176.-Prescribing} the fight is over regardless of how .

begins at 9 o'clock tomorrow. His pulse is, now very fast and the eligibility to the office of state su- I it may go. For they know that i if BOOM WHITMAN FOR MAYOR

ENDORSING THE ADMINISTRA\. This was decided at the night session patient is refusing all nourishment'The ''perintendent I i of public instruction. i he proves false in one instance he New York, April 15.-District At-
of the delegates to the conven attempt of the Pope to drinka Education. will in another, and they will hold torney Charles S. Whitman's boom
TION. tion. Ea"h of the candidates has a glass of milk was followed by von-1 l I House Bill No. 177.-To amend section -I him at arm's length in all dealings.If for mayor will get a boost here this

Sswial to the Sentinel. fall ticket for minor offices of the organization : iting." Signed Marchiafava and 1868 of article 4, chapter 10 of i in the face of the affidavits sent evening when he attends the dinner

Boston, Mass., April .-Wilson in the field and a spirited Amicipy: the 'general statutes of the state of I I up to Tallahassee, the members of of the Civic Forum as the guest of

% tariff program was overwhelmingly! contest is projected. Rome, April 16, ((12:30 a. m.-It Florida. Judiciary B. I the house of representatives have any honor. Joseph H. Choate, former

endorsed today in the thirteenth congressional has just been announced at the Vat-!I' House Bill No. 179.-To providefor : respect for Forrest Lake or have any Ambassador to the Court of St

district In a special BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG icon that the Pope's condition is hourly 't state registration of.nurses. Public i regard for his word, they must be a James, will preside. Although the

election held to fill ,the seat of John LEAGUES.Special becoming more alarming. He has health. .I sorry lot Civic Forum's meetings are nonpartisan

W. Weeks, recently elected to the shown every indication during the, Bryant House Bill No. 180.-To Of course Mr. Lake tries to have there are several men taking

United States Senate, John J. Mitchell to The Sentinel past six hours that he is sinking rap-I amend chapter 5697 of the facts of only a vague recollection of any thing part tonight who are known to be

a Democratic candidate, won National., idly. His temperature is 101.3. The 1907, laws of Florida, the same be having been said on the subject of division working for the nomination of Judge
by a big plurality over Republicanand New York-Brooklyn, rain. Po e's nephew, Monsignor Parolin, is ing an act to amend section 270 of i! before election. In this again Whitman fo/ mayor of New York in
Progressive candidates. Cincinnati, 3; St. Louis, 6. constantly at the bedside of his un- the general statutes of the state of ,, he shows his dishonesty and trickery. the next campaign.

Chicago, 5; Pittsburg, 4. cle. | Florida relating to the nomination i The question was put to him by, a

LEAVEMr. Philadelphia-Boston, wet ground. .of members of boards of county commissioners of men and he unreservedly told'them
WINTER RESIDENTS Emperor Willia mis said to be planning
American.WashingtonPhiladelphia. GERMAN MANAGER KILLED. and members of boards I! he would oppose county divis to retire most of the veteran
s'of public instruction of the several : ion at this time.
and Mrs. W. C. Newton, who German army staff officers, intending
own a good home on South street wet. Washington, D. C., April 15.-Joseph I counties of this state. Privileges and Do the members of the house of to'replace them with younger men.

'", where they spend six months of the Cleveland, 9; Detroit, 0. Windisch, the German managerof I elections. representatives of the great state of The veterans will be pensioned.
' year delightfully, leave today for their St Louis, 3; Chicago, 5. the Constancia Woolen Mills, near, Terrell House Bill No. 181.-To Florida like a liar? If they do here
HI Boston, 2; New York, 3. the town of Nombre de Dios, Durango regulate the sale of stocks, bonds another d is a man who fulfills the require-
home in Glen Ellen, terday morning's gathering. Judge
has been assasinated corporate securities to define ments. If do
Mexico, by ; they not they should
Mr. and Mrs. Newton are very fond I Massey, one of the braniest, fairest
BLIZZARD PREVAILS IN WEST. the Mexican revolutionists, according dealers therein and to provide penalties put him out of consideration in the
of Orlando, and their many friendsare : and best posted men in south Florida,
Oklahoma City, April 15.The to reports received by the State De for violation of this act. Banks matter of this bill.
glad to know that Florida'climate I touched the issue in its vital parts and
most severe blizzard ever known in partment today. The reports state and loans. There are no two ways about this. '
fruits and flowers will induce made clear the manner of procedurein
this country for the month or April a body of revolutionists revolted Lamb House Bill No. 182.-A bill Every honest man knows that Forrest I
come back to Orlando each winter. the law making body.
prevailed in this country yesterday. against the federal authorities at to be entitled "An act to protect ma Lake has double crossed his people.
Orlando always sends a glad hand I Mr. L G. Starbuck, who had beenat
All day and throughout the night Nombre de Dios, and after sackingthe terial men, artisans, mechanics and He is the Judas that has betrayed his
to such the
people. legislature for the
and part of today the wind blew a town, marched on to the Woolen laborers, for material furnished or labor friends with a kiss. He has bargainedaway past
a report and
terrific gale and a blinding snow of Mills and killed Windisch. performed any labor." JudiciaryB. the rights of these earnest some
DR. RAMSDELL AND FAMILY .. recommendations that met with

heavy fall prevailed 'a large portionof farmers and cross roads towns who
ARRIVEL the time. The storm swept over ICE PLANT SOLDIt Lamb House Bill No. 183.-To are now rushing to the state capital Mr. H. H. Witherington, i

parts of Texas, Missouri, Illinois, 'amend sections 188, 190, 194, 195 and to be saved from the calamity at- man of clear perception and good
H. Ramsdell d family arrived Southern Indiana and Ohio. Much is reported that the Orlando 197 of the general statutes of the tempted to be perpetrated upon them judgment, recalled his experiences

from Jacksonville a few days ago And damage was done to newly made gar Water and Light Company have sold state of, Florida. by men of sinister purpose. : while at Tallahassee last week. M.
have their abode at 728 0. Overstreet and A. B. Newton made
taken up dens and spring crops as well as budding : the ice plant to Mr. Harry Hand, who I Will the representatives go on
West Central avenue, which will be fruit trees.FAVORABLE will hereafter conduct that part of the record as favoring the conduct of I reports.
their home. Mr. Ramsdell wily le MURDER AND SUICIDE. I But when Cot T. J. Watkins and at-
business.Mr. Forrest Lake? Had Forrest Lake declared -
Special to the Sentinel torney LeRoy B. Giles in
remembered as the oculist who MSceco's earnest
ACTION EXPECI'EDIA Hand is a good business man, Moline, III, April 15.-Insanely himself for county division, if talks
urged that the fight be carried
Dr. 0. P Lfldns. >ndon, April 15.-The report sent young and active and the citizens may jealous because of unrequitted love, that question came up, or had he to the last
The 1d ditch there such
leopte' of Orlando will wits was hearty
by James Bryce, British ambassadorto expect good service. Edward De Porter shot and instantly made that an issue of the campaign,
a cordial welcome to Mr. Ranwdell the United States, on the resultsof The other branches of the Water killed Mrs. Ida Morel instead of eliminating by his assurances applause that it was clear that our .
a young friends from
out side
and of Orlando
family, who eome highly recommended a convention with President Wil and Light Company's business will remain married woman this afternoon, then and still have been elected the in well
no mood to receive
item their home city. son foreshadows, it is understood, a u heretofore. turned the revolver on himself and ease would be different But, having or overtures from the any, compromise -

'favorable termination of the controversy fell dying. The tragedy was witnessed misled the people out aide of Sanford A large delegation from enemiei.'variout
A lookout station has been established 'I between the two countries over WEATHER REPORT. by three roomers at the Morel on that subject in order to get the parts of the headed Mr.

on top of Mt Lassan, CaL, at :I the question of Panama tolls. Florida-Fair Wednesday and home, who were frightened into inactivity office, he should not now have any J. H. Lee of Oviedo county are now on by their

a height of 11,000 feet From that Thursday. by the sight of a gun. standing with the honest men of the way to the capital and if the
point a fire anywhere within radius "I Alligator Bags, low prices. Curtis legislature. is divided it will beaver the county
.of fifty miles may be easily located. ft O'Nealnext Poltotllee.r Subscribe for the Sentinel Alligator Bags, low price Curtis Many good things were said in yes- of honest men.

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z Washington,April 16.-The unwind; Lord & Bradshaw Magnificent Showing of
fc| of the tangled snarl which' hsi a \
molted from many year's prajfc* '. We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, :
rf ,n inaccurate weighing'syteift 0
: Atermine the averdupoia of freight t (Ithat we have formed a partnership under the New Spring Suits

N -s vDl be begun in this city tofcjiki : above firm name, for a general
: the Interstate Commerce Ccm.
afcticn hear pleas and argu' Real Estate and Insurance
ants concerning weighing at terms : and Dresses
differences betweez :
ab and to adjust
business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.: ,, .
uppers and railroads. ;""
: When frieght, is shipped in carloadMs 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn :; ]
,the los41 ear is weighed nd ONwight .
stenciled 'on the'aide of thCharge Millinery), where we will be please to meet; all our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

tifjnbtrtcted: from the total.. make new ones. r SILKS. AND SATINS.. ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
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i|made.for. the difference" as represSiting ;: IN ALL THEM LATEST :PATTERNS, FOR 'OLD AND
{} the weight'of the load. When Our list of city and acreage'property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE 'DISPLAY
built they are
fk freight cars are
mifthed and the figures marked upon and we have some exceptional_targaici: J COMEIND SEE. Us \ CONTAINS ACCURATE ,ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
tnu The shippers claim thac with SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
art this 'w ltht'v.rie& 'The"wool inIe' Lord & Bradshaw WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF.,EVERY ORLANDO
:i cars dries out, they claim, thus WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
fitting a burden upon their freight 17 S. ORANGE AVL OIUNM, IU.I WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
which does not rightfully be-
deg there. On the other hand the
Jhrays claim that to weigh a freight
tar twice is used,' once .;.

.j Wore and once after loading, would I ._,_.. -.4 .
to tie up the vehicles and so.congest Kannor'sNow
York :
terminals that shortages and eon.Won -
would result 'I' .
The Amercian Railway Association, PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants ::"
k ftt'National Industrial Tra League
.i individual shippers and;railroads Bargain Store
jBL, be heard by the Commission I
L foments will be advanced by all.of who use Electric Signs never lose
... The question has been in prow -; their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
w of investigation by the Commis cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new -"? 9'VWt If You'''Would_ -:be: .Posted, a_Dally. Visitor,. . .(f{.to.....this r:Store.' .. - _
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tatter bearing on the problem are in I customers II you use an Electric Sign. It acts iSJwudbarer'1

T ind. These include the the expert testi-will; like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the for bicycles and I, " " " " ,. ,,,, ,, ,.
next Wednesday case
Keay sundries.
trade within its reach: That is the reason
: summed up. It Is the desire of the
; teunission to devise some universal they command the attention of buyers. 1915 Models
Methods of meeting this question. The

switching and weighing systems of For Every Store Owner J. B. McKAY,
to Pennsylvania and Frisco Linea CONTRACTOR ANDbUILDBR.
ase considered the beat in use today
i No how small his business the Electric
.:the commission may use them'asillde1s '\ooIrtnUn4 Ail Work.
for prescribing'for'' the ills I Sign is the cheapest and most effective Prices'That AreanInduceMent.
rf the other freight carriers. .
1 i advertising.
1r i Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit . AH Work 'Guaranteed.
Better to ring the bells before the
r feed comes than to wring.their after-!!I, a sketch.
mrd. L No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.'I' MOTOCYCLESFour

o MiiiiiimiiiiimiiimELIJAH H. P. Models $200.00
There are 163 methods o? cookinggak Seven H. P.Models, 250.00
but the right way b eat it is HAND

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How the cost of down
lien the can Secretay of living the Treasury;go 1ft COOK WITH GAS Hud Nock, Pine St. Phone 35miMilillillilMHIMII ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange'CwatyMIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIHItllllliMIMIMIIIIiltittftl

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GOOD '- -! 1 - l. I'd' .n&: ,. err.HT _," .1.' ; iI --------:-:;" IfIT's
lULL tb Titanic had bee. all bit
r Urn In half It was 11:40 Sunday
creates a State Road Com night when the collision occurred, In flew
Wbill FAIR
fin members appointed latitude 41,16 north and longitude Everything PROPOSITION
bye the Governor, oonflrmid by the 50,14 west Fifty-tight miles away :
Seate, without salary, who shall appoint was the Carpathia. At 12:85 a. m. TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
an expert road builder ai State Monday morning! the wlrelett ..-
Highway(. Commistioner and lay out,ator of that vessel got the call for
plot State roads from county titeta help I
;county site and to other cities, but I "Come at once. We've struck a' MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS
giTM the State Commission no control berg Ira 'a C.Q.D call, old man." FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
over then roads, which are left totbi 'Ibis message sputtered and roared SUPPLIES.MeCULLOCH'S. i
exclusive control of County CoraniSS10BMw over the mysterious wireless across o Electrical Wireing and Motor Work ',
< / iJL-tf\ :;tt: I the ocean into the ears of the excited
Upon request of the >County Com-I young man in the wireless room of i NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
mWoners of five or fore counties the,c.., Ht' _hurriedly inquired,
for the laying out of a trunk-line road I the location of the Titanic and then BUILDING !
through those counties, to be,knownas awakened Captain Rostron, ,who DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE t CHURCH ST.
a State Highway,,the:State'Coin-' promptly>> ordered full speed ahead to i I r
mission.. shall lay out such trunk-line. the rescue. 0 i t PHONE 280 i
road. and fix the routs .and, require j
and superintend the eonz&uction'iad Definite steps have been 'taken' to-

maintenance of such road by theCounty wards the organization of a companyto ( 'CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST ,- ... ..
Commissioners This win build :an interurban trolley ,line ,
give a sympathetic co-operation of between Homestead and Palm Beach.frod .,'
those counties in the construction and -:--- 1 1r TheBestistheCheapestSO 1 1I
maintenance of that road. a keys show that the largestcrop
,In the case of such trunk-line.roads of limes in the history of"Southern j i r r .., :"-' "
laid counties out at the joint request of the Florida wil be harvested this year. : - I I I' GET THE, BEST.r.....OF..,. :, _. : ;
affected, it authorizes the It
State Road Commission to pass upon St. John's Presbytery of the Paints and Wall Paper i
and permit the issuance of certificatesof Presbyterian Church was in sessionin : _.
indebtedness by County Commisatyners' Plant City last week. A large number Cost Mark Is "..1" -' ,. .
'for'the construction Uf 'suchtanklure of ministers and elders were in : 4 THE,1912 WALL PAPER IN. SAMPLES, !
roads when the attendance at this
County meeting.
Commissioners think this necessary. '-
(The iervie*' (the'State,'HlghmyCemmIesiaaers M1 The formal opening of the'new'Augusta Black Nigger I b TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO .. t
art pald :for J by theBljate r Memorial Hospitalin St. Petersburg I d DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL b
Road\Ceinaisrion 'out ,of tileautomobile wil:taJ- 11"e place in"'a few.d4yd. a BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. I Ii
'license fund, and his services The hospital is a pleasing addition to 1234567890If : i ,
are free for part of the time the buildings of that city. '3
etch I year to any county wishing his :GEO. A. IiARKER. PHONE 268 (
aerviees. The advantage of the advice : The largest kingfish'that,hat been i
tad services of a really expert and caught off the St. Petersburg docks! you want anything in the Gents'FtiffiihihjLihe --- .,. ,. - .
ffactical road builder to counties notable this season and one of the largest - I. -
'.to"jij'1t 'inch services will' caught/in the vicinity of Tampa'Bay'', is the

prove vTh4:Invaluable MO:natet in'an many..itptftiei counties..of'll-',' bJCalm'was landed Wolfe late ,Thursday-'of Philadelphia afternoon, .a ,Time now accepted \\M STILES III I S SPRINGMILUNERY I [ '

ministration under this biD payable>> winter visitor to that eity.iff .
of the StaU highway fund, which
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comes from one-half the automobile
Ueeatet and the automobile'fines,'(but N. CLACK
the actual road teeing. done. by the L I''Oscar ; I ROBERTSONI Laces, Embroideriesand
County CoMBlMloBan In each auntyat Hand
county expense
The bill, hewiftr, gitM. the State & Son !I I Dress Materials ;
Mad danliiifin no, power to reojiln .
Cnt4y Omaitidonen \to do, Bsoessrs to ft Hand Before you go north for the ium- ) I I
sag IB owatie i not covered ,by don't'fill to'let"1 send you the
truk ).toM.oo tat petition of County FULL LINE OF COM. Weekly mer Sintlnel It will tap you | FRANK HYERS :KISSES HAIILTON.a& DUNN !
'>--, ..- PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS thoroughly posted on the hippinlngi ! Manufacturer of Artiidal
I i in this Motion Call at the office and ! Stone, Fancy Commas and I
Word comes 'from Lawtey that, let ui ihow you a copy,. It only! ; ; Ornamwui, Work Agents for Barclay Corsets
an still going forward COME IN AND SEE US I
costs a a year. ! Livingston and Railroad ,
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In his Journals, which are now The people at large elect bienniallya
MORNING AND WEEKLY being published in full for the first mayor and four commissionersone

y ---1.- time, Emerson has written "If a man as commissioner of finance and
. Entered at the poit office at Orlando
has good corn or wood, or boards, or I revenue; one as commissioner of
: florid u Second Class MaO Matter. .
("j.' pigs, to sell, or can make better chairs I waterworks and street-lighting (the ,.
.t: SUBSCRIPTION RATES : or knives, crucibles or church organs, city owns the waterworks and the i,
When You Choose
}'- THE DAILt-SENTINEL than anybody else, you will find a lighting plant); one as commissionerof ii iipa ,
broad, hard-beaten road to his house, streets and public improvements
t One year .. ....... ... ....:.....$5.00 ; .t
though it be in the woods. There is one as commissioner of parks and
: Six Months ................... JL50 :
:-.- extant a slightly different version of public These five consti-
f.' Three .Months................ 1.25 I property. Gift of
the passage, for which there is no tute a board for making appropriations Jewelryr

i: --By- new carrier i> Orlando (0 ante per written authority, but the sense is ordinances, rules and regula-

f. month, Daily and Sunday. equally plain-that merit will tell in tions for the government of the city, .

.f The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can be found .the long run, and the workman who, for granting licenses. etc.
III salt in Orlando at Curie A OTfeaTi Bockftore. in the vernacular expression, "deliversthe The mayor is chairman of the board
goods," will receive the general and has control of the police, fire MUST
.Y We will appreciate prompt complaint if recognition that is his due. and health departments. The com- BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

4tliverr Is not properly made by our carriers. The engineer, the doctor, the business missioner of finance and revenue pre- TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

h' Aderrtibing rates will be furnished on application. man, the practitioner of what- pares the budget, the e3 ?mates of EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

I soever calling is frequently called upon revenue, expenditures, etc., for the EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS -
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL to serve a long and laborious ap- board, and also sees to the collectionand
Jbr year by mail, postal paid $LOo Others be inclinedto WON
prenticeship. may proper expenditure of. the revenues -
Office toT Court Street Arcade Building depreciate the drudgery and to of the city. The commissionerof
i Pbone 24J. wonder why he is willing to submit waterworks and street lighting is BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,

!i -: - his genius to the treadmill of routine. responsible for the efficient and economical ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS' .
j .: F. SCHUMANN, Editor. But his purpose is clear and definite. working and service of those
I JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. He realizes that "save he serve, no I plants. The commissioner of streets FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA-

A man may rule." He knows that no I and public improvements has the MOUS AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

; WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16TH, 1913. substantial edifice is upreared withoutan I care of the parks, city hall, engine- COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.T.I1.vansthe .

r accurate and careful' groundplan.He houses, furniture and other public

.; Still, the parcel post cannot expectto knows he must be thoroughly property, except school-houses.
compete with the stork. schooled in the elements of his craft, Besides the above-named officers,

p o the rules of the game, the techniqueand the people elect at the same time three

The bridge building industry oughtto the science of his chosen calling. members of a board of education,

be mighty good in the United States Then, and only then, will the world's which has independent control of all

for the coming summer.In broad highway bring pilgrims from the city schools, including school-
o far and near to his humble door as to luildings and furniture. Ths beard ,

the matter providing a suitable a shrine and an oracle. hires teachers, fixes their salaries, JewelerOPPOSITE

background for a diamond, nothingis builds and repairs schoolhouses, etc.,
so effective as a woman. RED HERRINGS ACROSS THE and also makes the necessary appro-

o TRAIL priations. The school tax is a sepa- POST OFFICE

2 The best men are not in public life, rate tax fixed by the board, bat not to
says a New York woman. And not Now is the time for the isms and I I exceed a certain small percentage on EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

a' few men will agree with her. the other reforms to come forward the valuation which limit is fixed by.
o each with its own little red herring'to 'the legislature.

w. It would be fit punishment for the draw across the trail of tariff re Each commissioner in his depart _

Kansas thieves who sold 10,000 cigars form. More than $100,000,000 will be ment, and the mayor in his, appoints -

a "valued at '117" to make them smoke saved to the masses directly by the his subordinates, subject to the ap- I '

them. pending Tariff bill and a far largersum proval of the board, and can remove

o indirectly. But what is all this them in the same manner. Each com-

There is less pleasure to be foundin compared with minimum wage bills, missioner, also, and the mayor, is required SILK STOCKINGS
entertaining envy and revenge than with old-age-pension measures, with to give a good bond for his
any other guests you may select for recalls of court decisions? faithfulness in office. No relative of &

your companions. These are some of the red herrings the mayor or any commissioner by

: o which will find use in diverting the blood or marriage within the degree of

A Chicago woman seeks a divorce power of public opinion from the im- I. cousin can be appointed to any office
because her husband made her his mediate work of relieving the people in the city.

sparring partner. Why didn't she putt from unjust tax and monopoly burd- The mode of election is this: A

; horseshoe in her glove T ens. There are others, as when B. F. week before the first Tuesday of Aprilin For Day

o Yoakum tells the National Conferenceon each odd year is held a primaryfor
A San Bernardino hobo insisted on i Farm Marketing that if the whole the nomination of candidates. To
faking four baths a day and was ar tariff were abolished the direct money get his name on the officil ballot used I

rested on grounds of insanity. Precedent saving to the country would be but a at this primary, a person desiring a
;; is a hard thing to overcome. fifth part of what is wasted annually' place there must 'seasonably file a pe-

o on the farms alone from slioshod tition therefor signed by a given number EveningWear

A Boston minister, alleged to keep a methods of production and market of voters. At the primary 'the

cinnamon bear in the house as a voter is furnished. with an official T'Y
nurse for the children, must have had speaks in a great cause of nat- printed ballot containing the names .,

F harsh experiences with the employment ional economy and well-being. But if of those persons who have filed such

agencies. it is to be related to traiff reform it petition, and also a blank space for

o must be used in magnifying and not in the voter to write in the name of any

A man has been arrested in Boston belittling the importance of that re- other person. The names are grouped

for peddling verses in the streets alphabetically under the title of the
'; without the permission of the tax form.Wasteful methods in industry are office for which they are candidates. Our Personal Guarantee : '] j fl

a collector. He evidently had not heard not confined to the farm. They per- The voter enters a booth, marks the

r of poetic license. vade manufacturing and ail Govern- name (one for each office) of the can Accompanies Every Pair
o ment-protected industry and industry didate'he prefers, and then deposits it

ft is said that many years ago Connecticut looking for Government protection in the box. The two persons receiv-

k people made nutmegs out of American industry is wasteful becauseit ing the highest number of votes for

cedar wood and sold them to an unsuspecting has been taught to lean on Gov- each office become the candidats for

people. This is why it is ernment help rather than its own that office to be voted for at the coming Marion B. Ives

tailed the "Wooden Nutmeg State. help. No Chicago' conference on farm election on the first Tuesday of

'" --- .-.. waste can begin to- compare with the April.At.

The number of persons who are tariff in importance. the election proper, the official\\
grieving over the size of their incomes ballot contains only the names

r because they may soon have to pay a SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE.two who received the highest number EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

tax on them is one of the most pathetic of votes for that office at the pri.

a consequences of the November elec It is gratifying to see that the new mary. All the other candidates are

tions. Secretary of Agriculture is taking eliminated, have no place on the ballot Second FloorEYES

w o hold of his work with a firm grasp and though a blank place is left for

The case is reported of a man who is giving it force and direction. He the voter to write in another name.

a, used to make $10,000 the year and appears to have secured the right The voter's choice at the election is

i< now gets only 50 cents the day. Thatis man for the extension of the divisionof I practically between the person who

almost as bad as the fate of the markets for which the last Con- i received the highest and him who received ON WATER POWER
provided. This new division, the next number of
New York waiter who is now a gun gress highest Senator Cummings, of Iowa, gives
t, man. |which is to be devoted to the "market- votes at the primary.
out the information that he is watch-
o ing and distributing of farm pro- Neither at the primary nor at the COMPLETE
ing narrowly the natural water power
ducts," can be made highly useful to election is there more than one column w
"The lowest birth-rate
in Paris since situation in the state of'Iowa, and r- STOCK
the country. Dr. T. N. Carver, the on the ballot; neither is there K
1861" forshadows a coming scarcity of well he may be, for already an'alien
director of it, has won reputation in any party name or emblem, or any-
"food for which
cannon, coupled with corporation, with headquarters in Chicago -
rural economic problems, and his thing to indicate whether the candidate
Socialist opposition, is calculated to is said to be seeking a charterto
work as professor of economics at is of any party or faction. In-
interfere with future French military build a number of dams in one or
t Harvard shows that he has the vision deed, party nominations ire forbidder,
programmes. more of Iowa's rivers. Fifteen dams,
and the experience to broaden his and the party do
newspaper organs
o it is said, have been planned for the
: study over other aspects of the rural not make any appeal on party Spring
Moines river.It .
Peru and Brazil have both recognized Des
problem. The Department of Agri-
grounds. _ _ _
the new Chinese Republic. But is well for the people and thepeople's
culture needs stimulating and Secretary -! Topeka, Kansas, is a city of 45,000
they had interest in representatives to be awake
never a six-
Houston is one of the live men population, and own many of the pub- Styles
power loan and never progressed so and on the alert at such a time. Not
of the day. lic service corporations and if five
far along the high roads of civilization that there can be any serious objec-
o handle their affairs three
men can ,
as to feel the need of dollar diplrroae tion to harnessing some of the streams
ANOTHER ELECTION. ought to do it easily in Orlando.
). I and building up the state's industries.
o That would benefit Iowa. But the
If another election is called, Com- APOPKA PAPER. FASHIONABLE
It was not in good taste for the mission Government will carry by a people of Iowa should see that control I

niece of President McKinley to sell much larger majority by reason of The Apopka News and West Or- of such franchises as are involved in t LIDJiCOMING
to a pawnbroker the solid old plate the action of the City Council, but ange Advocate, is the name'of, the (water power right are not

bearing an invitation to the Presidentto if Mayor Reynolds decides not to put new newspaper which will soon make from them.
attend a stated assembly of ,The time is coming, and is not so
Knights the tax payers to the expense of an- its appearance in Apopka. That good
Templars in California, but the extravagance other election at this time, there will little town surrounded by rich farm far distant, when mineral and surface
fuels will be near the point of exhaustion -
of the invitation was not be mighty few to find fault with ing land ought to -support a news- Straw
In good taste in the first place. him. paper well. The paper has good I and consequently prohibitively -
in It is then that the
high price.
o Indeed, there is no assurance that backing and ought to succeed. I
Chicago has received a revenue of the Council would not set another Here's our hand, brethren. I people will have to look to waterpower k
for heat and light
: something'like eleven million dollars election aside and any one familiar plants powerto Hats
With the
from the street car companies of the with the finances of Orlando knows Give an elderly man a thermometerto operate machinery.

city in the past six years. The city that the City has not a dollar to watch and he will not complain of plants privately owned, prices would'
gets 55 per cent of the net earningsof waste. lonesomeness.When depend altogether on the ability of
the customer to what the
the street car lines, which makes --0 pa-on
.t the annual receipts ,from that source An egg-tester employing an elec- a white man meets an In- ,business can stand.
pretty close to twice the amount New tric lamp that Texan. has patentedis dian the Indian loses a little land. Now is the time to conserve the

York receives from its agreement so arranged that the light is switched When an American man meets a water power of the country-what is Brown & Lartigue .
left of it after the grabbing that already -
Greek the American loses little
with the Transit Company. The dif- on only when an egg is in position a
has taken place.
ference is that New York does not thereby saving current money.,

L have to.depend upon net earnings, for I I I
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NOW IN THE MATTER OF pairs for $1.00 that we think
are ve fine '

too, from the amount
we are
We have what we consider the
+lI : selling. Three colors, Black,
R I best line of Hosiery that money
White and Tan. Ask to see
can buy, and our customers area

unit in declaring that they them.
never bought such good hose for
Well, Yes We have the nicest -
the price. We are just a little
line you ever saw and the
I \ We have just received a nice line of Shoes for Men, Wo proud of this, and try a little
men and Children and feel that we can give you some extra harder this season than usualto price is only $1.00 and $1.25.

values in the Shoe Line, if you will only makeyourwantsknown We have them in Ginghams
I l We carry the famous "SOROSIS" line of shoes for Women, make the line the VERY Linens Percales and
as well as the "QUEEN QUALITY" line, and in the Mens BEST. We have all colors, in
goods, we have a line of shoes that are made specially to order goods, and in all the best shades.

for us, and we KNOW they are right, and we stand back of both Silk and Lisle, for men or Since these goods came in, our

=' every pair we sell of them. If they do not give perfectly satisfactory women, and we also carry a nice

a wear, we will make them good to you. No exceptions line of Lisle Hose with very fine customers have! been buying
C on this line of "BOARDMAN" shoes, and there are no stringStied from two to five of them as theyare

to the guarantee, you don't have to send them back to the ribs, for Girls. such extra values that they

'r makers, and prepay the express charges. Just simply bring i We also have a "special" in
a them to us, and we will satisfy you. can not resist the temptation to
Ladies Silk Hose at 35c three
0 buy, just look for yourself.

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Mr. Geo. W. Bray, one of the lead- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chadwick left OFF FOR TALLAHASSEE.The OAKLAND. i FORTY-EIGHT BATTLESHIPS BY

ing merchants of Winter Garden, yesterday for their home in Beach- I 1915 IS DEPARTMENT WISH
was in this city last night. mont, Mass. left last night for Oakland, April 15.-S. J. Brilly I

THE TUNER r Tallahassee to be introduced to the shipped a car of fine Valencia oranges: Not one of the thirty-one battle
ORLANDO. FLA. G. M. Hoard, B. F. Davis and wife Mr. N. J. Brinkham, of Old Mis- legislature: last week, which will net a good round ships and twenty-four destroyers that

and W. L Story of the Winter Garden sion, Mich., was among the winter J. H. Lee, A. J. McCulley, T. W. sum, as the markets are all high. constituted the fighting force of 127
district were Orlando visitors yesteiday. visitors leaving for home this week. Lawton, R. E. Kelsey, Linehart, J. Mrs. E. B. Felts returned home after vessels which assembled for review In

Osteen, N. J. Tanner, Steen Nelson, being in the hospital in Orlandofor .New York harbor last October
Mr. J. H. Huddleston, of Geneva, was
II I, Mrs. Nathan Passmore left Orlando from Oviedo; A. H. Fuller, A. W. an operation, which was highly ready for John
Orlando I war, Capt. Hood, then
wa_ an guest yesterday. I I Mr. G. C Thomason, of Niagara Tuesday for Phoenixville, Pa.,I Muller, Altamonte Springs; George successful.Mrs. captain of the Dreadnought Deleware,

Among the visitors to Orlando Falls, N. .Y., is in Orlando for several where she will spend the summer. i Raulerson, Geneva; F. J. Niemyer, Bordin and daughter, Nellie,' the pennant ship of the fleet, told the
. Mr. H. C. Anderson. yesterday week's stay and will look over Longwood; G. M. Jacobs, G. G. Ja left for High Springs Friday to visit Navy League today at its session here.
was .I real estate. ,Mr. Jonas Swab was among the cobs, N. C. Jacobs, G. Long, Chul- Mrs. Bordin's brother for a few Capt. Hood, now a member of the
II I tourists leaving this week for the uota; A. B. Newton, Winter Garden; weeks.
Hon. A. B. Newton of Winter Navy General Board, gave his viewsas
Mr. J. T. Steiner and M. C. Moore north. He to Elizabethville F. H. Davis H. H.
Garden in the city yesterday.Mr. I goes Witherington, Mr. C. E. Teasley, cashier of the to a desirable naval policy.
I prominent business men of Philadel- Pa. Apopka; H. B. McCall, Oviedo; E. Oakland bank, with his wife, now "Not counting the British fleet,
:phia, are in the city and are guests J. Cox, Gabriella; Isaac Hodges, Fort occupies the Oakland hotel as it has I with which no conflict need be
G. F. Cannon of Jacksonville, I ever
at the San Juan. Miss Sarah Flanderson who has Christmas Col T. J. Watkins L G.
is transacting business in Orlando: to, ; Rev. S. L Wilson and Mr. C. H. feared," he said, "in 1920 Germanywill
day. I been among the well-pleased visitorsin I Starbuck and Leroy .B. Giles, Orlando. Tilden were in attendance at the be able to put to sea 41 battleships
Mr. Peter Gray and wife of Long Orlando this season, has returnedto meeting of the Presbytery last weekat of which 25 will be Dread.
Island, New York, came to Orlando her home in Phoenixville, Pa. Plant City.A .
Mr. Sideny Carlisle, of Louisville,' I noughts, and also fifteen battle cruisers
yesterday and expect to make their I JOHN C. JONES HONORED. great deal of work is being doneon
Ky., is an Orlando visitor and home ; France will have 38 capital ships,
seeker. home in this city. J. A. Castles, Miss Sadie M. Quigly the streets of Oakland now, whichis of which 23 will be Dreadnoughts
Miss Henrietta Markel, of Owens-I The Brevard Circuit Court, at the ;
t a great improvement and adds Japan will have 36, of which 17 will
Mrs. Laura Weston is visiting her i Mr. E. M. Strong, one of the sub- boro, Ky., left for their home city I spring term, being the last term at much to the appearance. be Dreadnoughts of Dreadnought
stantial citizens of Zellwood was circulating yesterday. The Sentinel will to which Hon. John C. Jones, of this city,
daughter, Mrs. G. C. Field, of Jack I go I Willis &; Cooley expect to occupy cruisers. Nothing short of the General
sonville. among Orlando friends their address each week. officiated as prosecuting attorney, their new brick store in a few days I Board's policy of 48 battleships

".yesterday. I I paid a high tribute to the ability.and and will enlarge their stock of goods.I for the United States can even approach

Mr. H. C. Griffin, one of.the thrifty 1- Miss Lucy Harris, of Winter Park,|integrity of that gentleman. The J. 0. Brock is under the weather adequacy, and a fleet inadequate -
citizens of Dade City, way in Orlando I Mr. E. Z. James of Wyoming, is in was in Orlando yesterday. Miss Har-,I!East Coast Advocate of Titusville 1 with a bad cold the past few days. is a burden without pr teetion.
yeiterday. the city and thinks enough of Orange ris is a teacher in the Maitland school :says: The infant of Mr. D. J. Malcolm At our present rate of growth we,
r eoanty to'forest Ja"&-tact of bad and is numbered among the efficient "We wish to extend our hearty 1 was buried in the Oakland cemeterylast In 1920, could put out against those
for farming purposes which he has educators of the county. I thanks to State's Attorney John C.
J The
W. S. Lyons, a prominent businessman Friday. family have the armaments 33 ships all told, of which
of Boston, Mass, the eityI I done. I I Jones for his extreme kindness, courtesy I sympathy of the entire community. only 16 would be Dreadnoughts."At .
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood, and grand and assistance rendered us dur Mr. J. C. Connell will a
on business.Mr. open up no time has our fleet been developed -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Marry Clarke and daughter, Louise, who has been a stu-J ing our labors. This being his last I i grocery store in the Willis & Cooley along lines of consistent

John' Henderson, of Apopka (Miss Romaine Clarke, who have been dent of the Cathedral School during occasion to officiate in this capacity, 1 1 building as soon as vacated.Mr. thought to meet a definite end, which
paid his respects to the Sentinel or-\\winter guests at the San Juan, left the past winter, left last night for we wish to express our appreciationof F. Moreman expects to leave should be the guarantee of the na
tee yesterday.Mr. )yesterday for their home in Pitts- their home in Waterbury: Conn. I his faithful services in behalf of j for his home in Kentucky this week. tion's peace. Today we have a fleet

burg. I i I our people in the office of State'sAttorney. ]His daughter, Miss Aurelia, will accompany too small and heterogeneous to meet
H. E Wotkerlngton and J. D. Mr. Warren E. Howe, wife and His careful and attentive, him, but expects to stop at the ends which justify its maintenance -
Mr. Timothy Johnson, after hav- daughter, Miss Helen, who have for work has rebounded to much goodto j Switzerland, for a few days.
Henderson, of Apopka, were in the and too large to be carried asa
city yeiterday. Editor Davis and his wife of three winters, been coming to Orlando, the people of Brevard county. Wet Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tennent will burden for a plaything.AN .
I the Winter Garden Times, were in the and who have been stopping at the bid him farewell, and wish him every ;leave for their summer home in Ash-

Mr. J. H. Lee and T. W. Lawton, dty yesterday shopping and swapping Arcade, leave today for their homein success in his future career. We "extend -]vile, N. C., this week. UGLY WOUND
stories with Orlando friends. Poland, N. Y. The Sentinel will our thanks to your Honor J. W.i
two of the most prfaninent citizens olOviedo !
follow them and remind them of the Perkins, Joseph Brown, Sheriff; and SHARP CONFLICT ON. -
were in Orlando yesterday. Mr. C. E. Rutledge, representativeof time of return to the city beautiful. I F. Mitchell, Clerk; and feel that I Dorsey Prescott, while cutting crossties
the firm of J. C. Leib & Co. 1 IIJ. hands the welfare and morals in a swamp three and one-half
: commission your Sacramento, Cat, April 15.-A
purchased in Orlando
inf property ,, miles west of Orlando, last
returned to his home in Nebraska merchants of Baltimore, Md., Street Superintendent Bennett has' of our county are- safe. sharp conflict between the two housesof met with painful
a accident Whilein
is in the dty looking after our fruits force of and teams work I i the legislature the
and will return with his family to a men at over proper the act of chopping a hard piece
Orlando next fall and vegetables for his firm. grading a number of the prominent Mr. and Mrs. R. L Lockhart are wording of the proposed anti-alien !of timber the ax glanced and hit him '
streets west of the railroad where in Orlando from Inverness visiting land law is in prospect as a result of in the
I hip, inflicting an ugly wound.
Mrs. C. P. Rogers and C. L Wig I Among our northern friends leav reside most of our colored popula!Mr and Mrs. David Lockhart. the protest raised in Japan againstthe The blood flowed so freely that he
" gins, the aviators who have lingered ing yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. F tion. This is the right thing. Those'I; measure during the past ten days., came near bleeding to death before
;. in this city most of the time sine W. Walker and daughter, Miss Daisy streets needed repair and we are gladto Mr. W. W. Bricker and family, of medical aid reached him.

the, Fair, and who were very fond of and Mrs. Susan A. Wright and see the colored people get their Collat, Missouri, leaves today for CLOSING ORDER OBEYED. Dr. Btardall was called, who drew :
Orlando, left yesterday for Atlanta, daughter, Miss Charlotte. They goto full share of work. their home. Mr. Bricker has pur- New York, April 15.-Notwith- ed the ucund and stopped the blood
where they will open a school in aviation Woodford, Maine. chased property in this city and will standing yesterday's decision of the flow, and the patient Is doing nicely
' In England, if one's mother happensto return with his family next fall. Court of Spedal Sessions that cabaret non

Inspect Shannibarf,big stock of! be a militatn't suffragette, it is better j shows could be legally run after 1 I :

Subscribe for the Sentinel. Bicycle tint. not be t man-child. I! Subscribe for the Sentinel.ToDay's I o'clock a. m., providing no liquor,was
sold, there was no attempt on the Mr. W. R. Harney, of the firm of
part of the restaurant men to violate I Chase & Company, Jacksonville,

... lMiMiiiliiilMMIIIIiiHiliHIIMIItlllllMMiiHillilltiilll.IIMI t.tAf. :Mayor Gaynor's closing order. i, spent yesterday in Orlando on busi

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i Grand Th&ttI1 "ThG.G. SPECIAL Cowboy FEATURE Millionaire"FOR TODAY f fIn UNDERWEARYOUR ;


A comedy-drama of the Diamond S. Ranch. A motion picture

that runs the gamut oi aU human emotions.} A new production of I .
the most famous of all western features. -.

0 Thrilling scenes of dare-devil cowboy sports and pastimes, bron NAINSOOK FOR LONG, \

Motion Pictures cho busting, bucking horses, bull-dogging steers, etc., all. woven into B. V. D. andPETER SHORT, i
one of the most fascinating stories ever written.
During these wonderful exhibitions, "Bud" the foreman of the andSTOUT

ranch, is handed a telegram summoning him to Chicago to claim a GAUZE MEN

f fortune left him by an uncle. There he falls in love and marries. BALBRIGGAN '.
FIRST SHOW, I I 7il5PM After a year he tires of the monotony of the life he leads and wires 1 LISLE THREAD AI 50c aid up

,, for the entire outfit at the ranch to come to Chicago and wake up the POROSKNTT per g8l'lle11 1
town. They carry out his instructions elaborately, much to the em-
harassment of Mrs. "Bud." After they leave, "Bud" embraces his -
wife and to her great relief whispers "Never again. J
PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc.Matinee
FATS WEEKLY NO. 14, a very interesting number SCRUGGS&DIOKSON
win be shown also. ,
3:30 Let every one avail himself of this unusual opportunity to see ,

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LOST-A black suit coat, satin lining II =
'When'Tom Pickering wu first marlled -
If Farmer, John Stone hadn't .been a, trimmed..with silk braid. Near
fit ,didn't seem to Urn that be city limits on road to Altamonte. II
: widower, if, he hadn't been a bald II
"914 Aver care to, spend an evening headed, whiskerless man; it he 'hadu't Finder reward return to this office and receive 15-
' anywhere cept with his dear wife in
been, in tore ,with the Widow Davis.
: cosy little home and for,the first
feejr. ;
GOOD in'real
things might have been different bargain estate. Fine
fortnight he.went nowhere In the even- location in different parts of ,city. .
When be told her that he loved her her -
tog' nl_ he l took-her'with'him' Address ,Mrs. E. W. Bullock, 11
reply was:
During the second month some of his Shelby street 14-3t
""John, you are a good man. buf'"But -
irematrlmonial cronies were having a POi
what is It,,Mary r' EALE
)Bttl poker party:and>telephoned him light housekeeping rea
baldheaded and have
MXou are no sonable for .the summer. Apply 308
lo,Join them., He did so. whiskers."
Orange avenue.15 6t
That was PlCker1Dr'11irIt relapse but

>lot,:hislut ,Indeed. ,be" bad I.. great "But Move you""That a'lot II .T ..'T. '. .
BUY in Thornton Park nice
can't make up for It, I repeat a
saany.ofj.them-so many, tbat be found that you are a good man but wbeu I' suburb in east part of the city. Carl
it:difficult to find excuses' for them. Jensen.
think 'that ,1, would have to. sit here
Ka.Pickering was s"detr little wo- "
Ban and,& very sensible one. She argued evening evening and "stare at OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision J,' .. '.
much. .
; your shiny poll it is too to the Northeast of
' that'tf she'found fault wlth.her city andI :' ..
"I-I thought if s man loved""Bnt <<
still have
fcnsband for leaving her alone nights some choice lots there.
there are the whiskers or the Carl Jensen.
while be enjoyed the pleasures of
look ;. ,\
lack them.No man can dignified ,'
bachelorhood then would arise series
without 'em. T our character is all Wanted-Spare books, magazines,

et altercations which would render his that a woman'could ask.for but where etc., Shanibarger's Free Reading ::;. .'
borne unpleasant to him and he would Room 'and :
Library. 4-3 d3t-wlt
is the hair? Where tbewhiskers; ? h .

stay Nor'n1 was'this altogether the worst. of it; A man/ John Stone;turned1:away to chagrin WANTED A position' as manager,, ''t
aDd despair and therd; was no sleep
i caretaker Sand collector for non-
. bobnobbing with men 'meet spend '
for him for the ne three nights., He reaiient'
property.owners. .Bym&nof:
He can't avoid it 'Jra'game -
.: was still in the dumps whew a tin'ped experience who can give it close attention. Run 6,000 miles
{, .f billiards, a cigar, an evening'at: the, dler came along and invited him to I Address. Collector, Sentinel perfect con
makes considers
a theater. This all a 4WANTElMHd
open his heart: He did so. -
We total The consequence wu that

wten l ifaU Wfsristt I Hike l enjoying ;antvening1 "Say," said, John the, It peddler,was mean when of the be widow had Minion\ 'reail.; fed,I: dition. Car complete not a defect.

where;shs,might ttstea;ty music mating them as good as new. New ,
of which she was very fond the.UlblDd'l listened to, all ones made to order by the latest\improved f
expenditures, had so ,redac- Yes, kinder. French ,process and damp Am Orl
leaving nMust
d''the' exIchequjr'that there were no ."Kinder? Why, man she has wrecked proof backing"put on them. Send Sell.

Y its' for;ttie purpose. c1'kls'ta'als't your life." postal name and address to:'H..}A.

right; '''Picturing i knew "Has sber RoTston, and I will call and take,rotir
"You want to turn around and wreck order. Mar22-lm
found himself on-
'...t: bt.blt: "

$4$,&o break)away tern Us assodaHe ,-! the widow.- -
ukics'John.. FOR SALE New;seven-roon house,
r dotim "But how can 1 do it?
said to
tious tbefagly ,way I
, ; with all modern
"First of all, get mad at her. Say improvements. 11OOO.
r was to |leave the plads where' they $ .Wfll take automobfle in part s
fited and'go tome other. But whenbto'wife'asted to yourself that you don't care a durn pay. Address Owner ,care .Sentinel ,

him bow'be was going for her.- ,

y to. get a:position in 'some other,place 'Well. I'm ;feeling that way. She FOR SALE-About four acres, '96 r

bs.ha4DO-IDI"er. ,HsIqoked sober, can Texas! : trees seven years old, on lake Adair .
and that ended the conversation. 'Bully for youl! Now, then, you know ten minutes walk from Orange avenue .; .

'80'Mri. Pickering ff 11 |nto the habit that we peddlers take all ,kinds of'tb1np'1D"trade. on Apopka road. See owner on prem-

of enduring;wt\liout.Fomplsint .. ,The,other,day I, raked ises. SamM. Cooley. 10-lwk.() . ,
for worth }-DnJ'( !. : 11' :I .' JJ Ii.. : "
One1night'when Ptck rtDiibd gone U an Egyptian1 mummy 14

out' there 'came a-,ting f at'the'' 1' telephone of milk pans. 'You know what a mum For Exchange Safe :

Mr:..Pickering;answered'the i my is,'dontyour Foracreage: .or. other property yin; .. ,
Lake Counties for...four
call; and learned that her >husband's "Some one thats been dead a thousand Orangeor .
dwellings'In Pittsburgh; Pa. Houses'Unging .
aupt was eI'JIi Ui and \,Tom was. to years." modern
good rent All build
around "Exactly.: When 'I ripped him VSEEr
come immediately The.supt.a'ml1deu'ledi openI ings. Can be handled separate if desired. I

of,'!IV aid"ln'chrcnlebad' found,this pan1'George ." .. '
bearth, 'wan very j 'fond'ot her ** !" gasped John. Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN, I
aephe'w.'and It-was:expected tbat'she "It- is writ in Egyptian, but I con lmo.17-17 Orlando, Fla. 'ar d4tfvfc' m ti..hi '

would make'him;ber.hdci c,Mrs.,+'Pickering read it right off Ifa a recipe for metIng tiook Automobile Co.

y ,held,a lengthy conversation,with hair grow on bald heads." WANTED-Young lady to act:, as

s bej lnformant. the, old)'41:1 onse, "You don't say" book, keeper! and saleslady..,Refer
keeper,. witiiSp: view! to.taking steps to "And for forcing whiskers to grow ence required. Apply- Singer Sewing
flnd'the .mlMing intn. But 'r'led to ,on the. smoothest .face. .It says tha1'ou'month's Machine Co., ll-3t Orlando Florida

nothing and Mrs.:PlcVerW concludedtoio'to ,use of it will grow side ,
WANTED I business i! partner in. a .
1 1Li. tAi ;J 4G11'
the sick woawfher lf. whiskers on a boy of tea" manufacturing business with well " . .\': I

She found the Invalid suffering great "You can't man it" established trade. Need more capital tt'stsjtttt:;; ; |

i. paid A physician was present and "You can have the preparation put ind will take partner or will make a , ,. i

the house wasin: s hubbub> The odd op at a drug store and begin to use it, I stock company with $15,000 to $20- i ,,,..._ Kj__.." W . ;1'4 i.l v' ":.v. --
lady wee sure,she wit going to: die and in a month ,what happens Why t XX capital.Plant up to date and in

and1 :sent' for her layer to add s you have,a luxuriant crop of curly chair excellent condition Address Manu &

codicil to her.will I revering some small on your bald bead and chin whiskers j facturer, in care of Sentinel tf m NEW YORK BOSTON

bequests she,wished to make {Seeing that fall down to your waist and TEOAKLANDTHE ,

1 her niece, she.called:.her, to her bed -are blown to port and starboard br,tbe For Sale-New modern residence, : AND ALL

and'told,,her ,to gq, to }the! telephone breexes. You can walk up and down I six. rooms and bath on Summerlin Northeri
and notcease, her,calls,till the road in front of the widow's Sou:+e j avenue.. Will sacrifice for quick sale. r \ -- aid Eastern ,PointsReitful

l caned, Tom. fie was jthe,only -relative' From the window she sees you :and .Apply 306 North Orange avenue. -:; and Healthful
world 'and 4-661 CAR 'j' Sea Voyage
she had in the she must knows she has made the mistake of her I
hive him with her when dying o.i 6200.Ton Modern Steel
life. She calls to you to ,admit thatshe FOR RENT-Furnished,. my cottageon
Since: Tom i Pickering 'was, attending was in the wrong and that you can Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. THAT ,EVUDY.ISTALKJNG Steamships '400'Fef
a, show frequented only by men-no q .
bring the preacher fa soon as you r. L
one knew where. -bis wife was unableto 'FROHtJACKSONVILLE I nt. Stoponr: atS.reaaelt
her aside.
please, but you wave FOR RENT-Three suits of rooms, ;
reach him. She p-ve it and
up announced -
"And whatr one furnished, two unfurnished. It Oestre.
the tact to his aunt "And you wave her aside and go Rent from April to October, or by the ABOUTASK : I

ti The old lady meanwhile had got a along to the Widder Stevens and propose year. Inquire, 105 E. Pine St ll-3t to . H,
,3 temporary relief and was In fine condltloa marriage to her and hustle thing FimOMNew I -..d.r '' .. '

to.,be,angry with the" man-she along. She dotes on curly hair and FOR SALE-One touring car, only FOR REMONSTRATION York '$24.90 19.00

wanted and couldn't get, .She began chin and will at been run 3500 milesguaranteedin
whiskers .
say yes Bo.ion '- 28.10 23.00
a ,flre, of his, wife,as to perfect condition. Has all mod-
hit'habits which the poor triedin" once. ern equipments $450.00 will buy SEE Including Meal andStat.roomAccoa.ardatawatS. at Sr
'' to' woman "By George, but it will be great!" it No better bargain offered. CmtwM&cb,U*fet W tto..k tick eCI..a FWb. 'r' .,
vain parry old lady
: The: was "It will for sure." 4-14 2t DOLIVE'S GARAGE. JACKSONVILLE ornci;.I7I OGV..ST.-.1II .
very ehirp'snd'drew' oat the fact, in "'And-you'll do this out of the goodness MAGRUDERWELCOME J.C.CARMACK.T.V.A. W. I.OOKM..Tine AMt
spite of Sirs. Pickering's efforts to conceal ,
of your heart r WANTED-Position as chaffeur Can
,it,that Tom was:away' most-of! Til do it for one-half goodness and do repairing, sober and reliable. Or I.df I. _.. ,
time it with his - --- -
the cronies.nights spending the other half cash. the cash half is will accept position at any kind of ,n__ .. .
men |25. Those chin whiskers alone are honorable work. Address P. 0. Box
"And what do do?" asked thesick .
you 381. City. 4-13-2t
worth $100 to any living man.

woman. No farmer is ready to pay out money :
"Oh, I 'am a great home body. fdon't ,unless he can see s return for it You should think not only of what TO ORLANDOBUSINESS

mind staying alone. 1 Farmer Stone asked for a week to cuu- can be saved as between different!.

yH'mr' The old lady thought a few alder the matter and then closed the articles and their uses, but as between. ROYAL PALM I

moments, then asked,that the attorney deal It wasn't humanely possible for different stores and buying seasons r COLLEGE
be sent to her. When he came she directed .
baldheaded Whiskerless to hold
a man as well. Read the advertisments in
him to draw a will for her to formula off for BARBER .SBOP .'"
out The was copied
The Sentinel closely and constantlyvery
sign leaving all her property to Mary
him and be deposited it in a safe place
Ellen The wife day and they will help you
Pickering. young was until he conld spare a day to go to the Modem and Complete.
r present and heard the order. She was Tillage. That day never came. He keep your cost of living down to a MODERN

much relieved thinking that the old was killed by accident in his own field minimum. They will direct you to Everything new, individual COURSES IN

lady was about to disinherit ber husband Then came an interval of seven years the right store at the right time. electric attachments at every

and leave her property elsewhere. during which time nothing was said in chair. No .stone has been left I Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor

Ellen made no comment sitting s.lent his late community about baldheadedmen. Money to loan on improved prop- unturned to make this shop I I
until the will was drawn, signed and : poration Bookkeeping,_ Banking, Shorthand,
.< One day a stranger appeared erty. S.Y WAY<-tf meet th erequirements of the i'

about witnessed.the testator Then and she assured put ber ber arms that who had heard from the peddler that ,rcost 'particular. Plenty of Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
John Stone bad the Egyptian recipe.
she would live to make a dozen wills. of room. Courteous attendants. I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
and be offered $5 font. One the GOOD WORK :MULESFor '
At midnight Mrs. Pickering went found it I WHITEHEAD
widower's: heirs in an old ELIJAH Branches of Civil Service.
borne, intending "
to return early in the
trunk and took the money. I Proprietor. I
t morning Tom came la about 2 o'clock
The next heard of the recipe was by
r. and was about to go to Ms aunt when I Orange Ave. - Orlando, Fla. !
advertisement A coffee and tea house. Sale by DAY AND NIGHT CLASSE'SExperienced I
a telephone message came stating that .
u instead of giving out trading stamps r, '-.
the Invalid bad Mrs lr IJI
passed away
advertised to hair and whiskers
Pickering gave ber husband an account for the buyer of grow every pound of tea or H. G. 'Harper '. ,J. If I Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
of what bad
coffee. Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu.
that be bad been disinherited in her .. .. .
Y They sent a lot of wagons through I 534'J t r., >+--/ !!. 'r. 1 't' t

favor. the country to herald ;the ,news byword South Hughy St. Phone _. .. ., .. I ates.
The day after the funeral the will
of mouth and the highways were
was opened In of those' In- Patronize Home Institutions.
presence 'plastered EVERYTHINGIN I
with posters and the weekly :
terested and Tom Pickering who was papers reaped whole pages of adver- Hauling of all kinds, and plowing : . I

aot named in the instrument, When tising. The campaign was brief but -[ -
be.heard his wife's name read.out as carefully looked after,,, : "_ I
vigorous !I For Prices and Terms call on or address:
inheriting what be bad he
Ail those who got' the recipes 'weredirected
was astonished. Then recovering his to a certain have .FEED .: I

tsjoanimlty. be said: them filled. The druggist was a bustier GIVE USA TRIAL

-Well 'it's all in the family. You and sent the staff away by 'thescores rloo Buse-ss
can transfer it to me. you know." J College i
and hundreds of bottles and -FOR- ,:
But Mrs. Pickering bad endured ... t.
made 400 per cent profits. At the end 4U. ::JJl+ -'
quite enough from having the family of ten or twelve weeks there were 600 7

income controlled by her husband, and baldheads in one county alone and the M. Mustard, ; ;,1. r ,Thu lUll PHONE 5)7

a the transfer was never.made. Indeed. number of burned and blistered chins .. if JTQK
she controlled the income of ber inheritance 1 HAND BUILDING ORLANDO
and cheeks was a full tbo\r aud. ) FLA.t
herself However Tom bad received ;r. ItlfCBIFCFCBISr' I .
The headstone
a lesson and turned"'over a 'new marking John Stone's _t t..'.': rr .._ oOQ_ .. .
was rather affair. After tAtiBAtH
grave a, stingy
leaf. He is now a middle aged man the exposure it was replaced by a Manicure_ ___. r dictue. ,S Shampoo,. I

and dots not spend'mooey.'for better-one; and the obituary wu added Face and Scalp Massage.
trifle But be would prefer tbat Us [The Grain Man.
to as follows
: Parlor ,
ars.ea... should be !. .bis posses- "Ilebad. neither hair nor whiskers, -' over IHcksoa- & Ices store s :

f1 lei;- -' --- but be was s lucky mID r """* eomet.Orure A TeDUta.and Central C tack Street, ne 1' ill m 8nnJ J IJ "Prin g

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New York,April 15th.-The Titanic 'PUBL SATISFACTIONIN
MeiBOrial Lighthouse Tower was dedicated AUCTION

here Tuesday on the occasion .,
ef Jthe first anniversary of the sink- "
Mf of the Titanic. Bishop Greer -AT- ,
mtj* the dedication and delivered theOtlon I JEWELRYtJEWELRY
and many men prominent in S. E. Lesher's Jewelry Store
a6 rch, business and shipping circles
took part The lighthouse was

ohartered..t\ by the United. 'States- ,Goveraaent ....- In order. to. ,quit business.l will offer my entire stock at Auction.
It has a range of twelve

mtiea.'Just, one year ago Tuesday the world SaleOpens, fctoriiy, jg,15th| at 2.3 aid 7* p.n.; My

,stood agast as word]of the;.sinkingof \ Untajjj i
1 goods sold.BILLT
'* are .
the "nnsinkable"
| great liner Titaiic I Is one of the necessities of life.
was spread to' very,corner'of
ski Earth. Reports at first were t NOD NET Auctioneer Satisfactory .Jewelry must

one and unconfirmed.: It was not have
style, design and
blown whether all [had been saved j 1. quality,
or*whether all had I drowned. One : and don't forget that the price
moment it was asserted that the Titanic iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinini
.. had sunk with-ill, on board. A iiiiiiiiiiini has something to do with it too, .
- :moment later dispatches were sent : We have themEverything all
forth to the effect that the Titanic IF YOU WANT
wae being towed into'Halifax: that it ,, LATESTTHE Guaranteed.
wai proceeding under,- its own steam : Try our satisfactory repair de.
into Halifax; that it:was proceeding .
under reduced speed, to New York. partment.Allen.
Then came the great shock. Officials I THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
of the White Star Line in New Yorkie1ictantly

admitted]!ihat the Titanic HATS,...." AND_J O. SHOES. ALSO... LADIES READY, 'I! TO WEAR ,
bid sunk and that the lima:of\ deadwould DRBSSE3 QF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALOHON.
reach close to;a th ,. .: .Asa .:
'.':DItter of fact of[the 2$40 pass. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, OR MONEY & Co.

enjers who left Southampton on the! REFUNDED.
great steamer's maiden trip, 1,600, ..
perished. '
.' ;Among the Titani '. dead were men'!: JEWELERS

of.every field of endeavor. There were :': B. Salomon Orlando Orlando
backers, journalists,;.writers, artists, : Florida
financiers. Among those for whom

the world mourned were -CoL John MMMIIIIiMMIMMMMMMMlU ..
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Jacob Astor, Isidor Straus,. MajorArchibald I= [ MMIMMMMHIMIIIIMIIMMIttHIMiniiliiltMi -
Bust, personal aide toPresident '
Taft; Jacques Futrnlle, : '

-writer P.?D. Millet; William, artist T.; Stead G. B.,.Didener journalist, of; I : Model Grocery

theatrical Philadelphia Stories of manager.heriosm and Henry which B.could Harris never'be -, I i I I ORLANDO'BA'NK-a N K TRUSt oMrANf' :

rewarded and stories of pathos 18 West Church Street
and( panic and brutality reached thereading I Capital aid Supta aid Uadiviled PrtIiIs.Stzo,..,.". .

public which could hardly I I Total Resources over Three-fiarters, of a MiMtoi. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND !
bring itself to believe. '4. FRESH
When the rescue steamer Carpathia .
Report of
the Condition of Orlando
eonoinded' bye the''f'gaHenr Captain.' '- : We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
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: car Bank and Trust Co, Condensed
Arthur Rpstron came into New York Guarantee Satisfaction and
'" lir Prompt Delivery .
harbor r'with the stricken survivors of From Report to Comptroller .'
the disaster scenes were witnessed ; '' ,Give" Us a Trial ;
,: ..: Feb. 4, HIS .
such as the metropolis had never be-

fore tel entered laid eyes quarantine upon. Slowly and''cleared tie ves-v for';'. _t -;F and Discount RESOURCESLoans .....|39S46t06Orerdarfts Subtler -Bros., ProprietorsTHE :

her pier. **- .............. 198.53 "--r-- .
"" Stocks and Bonds ....... 26.018J3. a
Tugs bearing newspaper men and/
.r'f60'" Real Estate, Furniture and .
correspondents tjjfeeenting journals. I Fixture .. .......... H. : '
in "\ 25,853.44 H. P. STRAIGHT
from. over said..., world-met, '> the i.;,.Carithia .:.!I 44 Cash on'hand and in Banks_215,08188
in the bI,. Through mgapfcone 'N ... .
' questions were shouted at those For Sale at aD Cigar StoresOrlando's -

oa the Carpathia's decks, but no replies S i '' 1660,3018LIABILITIES Newest Cigar Made in Orlando
were made. Tugs, launches and E
motor boats filled with, relatives of.' F Capital Stock ...........100000.00 Havana and Florida Wrappers
. Titanic passengers begged through h Surplus and Undivided Try One and Be Convinced
megaphones for some word of their ''i ; ', Profits ... ........... 22, 32J3

loved ones, but the rescue ship proceeded , .l Deposits.. ... ............ 637,4185 HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'g'r

slowly up the bay and into the
Hudson river'followed by the flotilla\ ; 4.- -I $660,311.18 212 South OrangelIIlSIIIIIIISIIIIIllllSSt

escort Steamers and tugs 'whistle d'(1 We invite the attention of our customers x
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salutes; but without reply the Car and friends to our statement -
pathia, flags at haft mast, as, indeed, i above and wish to assure them that DID YOU BUY
were all, flags, finally reached her we appreciate their patronage and OUR -
pier where survivors and their friendS ask for a continuance of same. : I overheard a prominent hardware
and relatives were united and that I dealer say this morning to a.prominent
: : forget our deposits are : ke CreamNEW I citizen of Orlando, I coihave
of the dead came to hope and to, m ;
bought land at |fc50 and $6.00 bit
weep/ 1 I "' *A cordial invitation U extended to I' .did not do it
On Sunday,April 14, 1912,the,wire- 1 visitors in our city to call and At the time he referred to I ,old _:
lees operator. of the, 'Titanic, Harold ; lkhel... vemealStsle ail Goat'........,. an account us. open Ice Cream for an Orlando man several hundred
acree of land in Orange for
the {
Gottamreceived; L
a"message .1 f LOO per acre, the lime land if now '.
steamer "Amerika, warning of ice "' 0 0 IS old in 10 and twenty acre tract for t
bergs in the Titanic's course. Thisessage .. -- - I 190.00 per acre, and U cheap at tbs ;
y was turned over to one of keCreamMADE price. 'r
What were the Orlando .
people boy.inf 1
the ship'sofficers, but was ignored. .
at that time! Gold mining rtocL
Under a speed generally:agreed upon I If you had bought land you eeold -},_
as having1!been twenty-one knots the. I figure your profit You knew- aoae i
Titanic on to her doom. W. M. SLEMONS Ice Cream : time ago your profit on the mining tI
I stock,,,without having to figure on it ,
'In the saloons the passengers, entertaining I FROM : If you- 'have1 not' yet'taaghfaome r
Captain Smith, were makbg Orlando or Orange ceucty property, :
merry. The night'was deaf and ke Cream there ii still; opportunities urge 1
.. .. profits, and I can show you I ,
c ld. The stars glittered and sparkled ; I can sen you something that' :wit I
and seemed to stand out from their{ Our New REAL make yon'money, but year gold mla-
dark blue setting.: 'Many of the Ante Spring Stock is Coming In ing.stock will not,buy ft, ;

bIn ,passengers had,retired, as had , lee Cream Call- and.see- me. 1_
lost ot the"second1cabin, third'class And we will offer to yon a ChoICe S1eetIet of High Ca ee Goods Office over Dicksorl- CARL ft JANSEN Ire*, 'Orange, !
ad sleerage passengers.. ,Her-maxi-; ...IN DRY ,GOODS, ALL THE,STAPLE AND, USEFUL CREAM Avenue, Orlando, Fla.v 1/'<' g
asim speed being 22 knots, thee Ti. GOODS'a*wen as'FANCY SILKS,zed FINE DRESS GOODS, ,The banks and,the business,men el, 1
," HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE keCe3rn Orlando know me, if you: do not,' aak
/anxieus make a 'record trip; AND,C01'I'ONi.UG; the.Many Accessories them. t
WJaa pushed to I the very limit by Captain that Woaen. Use BEST t.J
Smith; saido'have been;acting .. ..

"crier Managing the direction Director of the J. Bruce brtemalta Ismay,> Bargains: Six**' Days in Every Week I ke, CreamYOU MIMIIMIMMMMIIIIITHE : 1 J

Marine,which controlled
1 Mercantile
We carryall the Use a large stock of SHOES If tile beet "
and owned the :
:'tke irrrmt.Isnlc.White. -Mr.Star,Ismay Line r.wit among, the makes CRADDOCK'and newest TERRY'S styks.WOMEN'S KING QUALITY'SHOES MEN'S AND SHOES.CHILDRWTS ke Cream ONE CIGAR THAT ': 1

'At the bow and in the crow's 1 ..., --T ** < !
sorts were look-oute. Suddenly there: 'MARKET'. Ice CreaoTASTED EVERYBODY LIKES i i
SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at i15.o8.:20. ., - iI
same a cry from the crow's nest $25.00 and $30.00 are iwriaaKd for STYLE FIT ANT L I
) ahead! The first officer
erg pac- QUALITY., A i
mf the bridge gave- the order "Star- LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO lee Cream i
beard your h 1mt"It was too late. PLEASE YOU. HAWLEY'S
U a. speed of 21. knots,. the 60.000 STRAIGHTS
Titanic representing an energy AT -.- .
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ee Iieiooo'; foot'tons crashed' into"a - --- 1

partially submerged ice berg. She Co. 1

Jrionded upon'sunken ledge of the W. M. SLEMONSof elane rn Get the best cigar at five 'i
berg, crushing in her steel plates like cents, the next time you .i
M much paper. Water tight compartments Quick Delivery want to smoke-judge for
were supposed to make the yourself.

treat vessel unsinkable. Through collision wu scarcely felt by the Watldas Building 4
compartment after compartment the .
.fee ledge tore until practically all, passengers It wu'at first thought Phone 2 ii
were opened. Tons of water'rushed that the accident was unimportant t UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG"The HiMliMHMMMilMIIIUMoney Made in Orlando and sold
m and I I sid'tDoat who''' alarmed by all: dealers.
slowly the Titanic began to D06BBO were ARTISTIC i
of Orlando
settle. .
aseered tfca 4he-ntnic. Is unlink; 4.

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;: Louis C. Massey, President. City Council at a special meeting -
Monday night, set aside the will
'i X. PidHi Wtriow.HMMri YIee.PnI. I. was BM% Cvhkr I lot the people and thereby threw open

F 41s cocl. All t cmIer.Samael A.Ni dl.AMt GMkfar I the gates for criticism of their ac ''\. <- -- ...
I tion.The ,
I proposed charter
pew was first .
THE submitted to a mass meeting of the :

citizens, who approved it and certified
it to the City Council, who rightly -
referred,it back to the people for
vote. The election was held last
Saturday and although the opposi-
STATEBANKi to the charter' made a deter-
ined fight on it while the friends 0 INTEREST
the measure let it take care of I 5 4 PER

ity itself of, yet carried by a small major-!!I 0 Instead of 'CENT.

.. The election was called to get the
expression of the people, the Council
HIE OLDEST BANK:.IN I THE CITYAND published their proclamation, all the
r; "' papers referred to the election and
(urged voters to register their prefer-
I ence. Those of the voters who cared If you have a savings account which
'I' ( earns only four cent either call,
toy voted. and the result
a The Bank which transacts more business than I was as statI telephone, or write, and we will glad-
ed. It will not do to that it
say was ly explain how the same money can
any Bank between Jacksonville and. Tampa : set aside because of the narrow majority earn five per cent and probably more.
I because many men are elected -
I to important offices by very narrow -
r: The large patronage of this Bank has been built ups majorities and their elections are
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I not set aside. It is a dangerous

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate munity precedent and to tends establish to distroy in any confi-com-
wants of customers. The confidence of the public dence. .

;; is reuected in the large amount of deposits. The city has been to the expenseof
the election and though that expense -
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. was not large, nevertheless, i it

was an expense and the people ex
pressed their will and there the mat ,- .., .
st: FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ter should have ended. During April we offer City of Orlando "

The Sentinel, though favoring, wa Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
not over enthusiastic in the matter, for cash or on easy payments.
t and has tried not to distate to the
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of I people or the council. But when i it

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I comes to wasting the people's money
... and establishing dangerous precedents -
; United States.
we can not refrain from speak .
r1' ing out in school, even though it involves tic ,, '.0 .. ? ', :.. ,.
our very good friends on the -_ t- - ._. ', .
--n_ Council. Every fair minded man ; '
MEETING OF CIVIC LEAGUE YES- TENNIS FOR MISS COOLEY. I knows that this action of the City x , ."
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TERDAY. I Council was unwarranted and show >-" _- "'[ .0 .. "
Miss Alma DeLaney, entertained conclusively the need of the initia .
The first regular meeting of the Monday afternoon at the home of her ive, referendum and recall. In fact, !I<

,Executive Board of the Civic League, sister, Mrs. S. Y. Way, in honor of it is this sort of conduct that has
under the new administration, occurred Miss Roselle Cooiey, the charming made the demand for these elementss. 'I
Monday morning and many splen house guest of Miss Sara Siemens. city charters.
did reporta of the various committees Several exciting tennis contests t This action has added an unpleasant I S
giving their plans for the new work were held during the afternoon, the; chapter to the records of t sle - - .- .- S
c of the year, were read. The state- players being refreshed with hot tea City Council and has destroyed in MMN111f1iMt 11Na IMHIMMMItlillMMIIMtMMimil ill , .I " ...
; ment of the treasurer was especially :and daintily prepared sandwiches. measure, their usefulness, which is -
ratifying, and showed that the organization The guests were Mrs. Thomas: greatly to be regretted, for the Council -
has a deposit of one.hun Broadwater, Misses Cooley, Sara ,had been doing, good work.son1 .
: dred eighty-three dollars and fif- Slemons, Ada Bumby, Jean Per I The members voting to set aside
ty cents in the bank. and Messrs. DeWitt Miller, Slauter. the election were Messrs. Jackson, YowellsSPECIALS

'i The ,League has been notified thai and Broadwater. Gwynne, Holland, Smith and Seegar.
until the building of the proposed Brush Walker voted against the proposition -
Federal Hall, the grounds which i it A BEAUTIFUL BOUQUET. to set aside the election and

is to occupy, may be used as a public protested strongly against such, saying -
? park and the advisability of theE 'I Miss Hope Starbuck, whose flowers that although he had voted apintsl
League taking the matter in hand have so many times decorated the the measure at the polls, yet, w en :
and arranging benches, etc., was dis-I pulpit of the Presbyterian church, the people had expressed themselves I, FORM
C' cussed. |has made, a departure from this section as favoring it, he was opposed to dis-I j
It Was decided to make a strenuous t and brought to the Sentinel oft t turbing the will of the people and:
"a effort to compel all dealers in foodstuffs :; fice yesterday a bouquet of three 1 he believed that a great wrong wouldbe
to protect their wares from'dozen most delicately shaded carna- 1 done if they attempted to set that
the flies by screening. tions. These blossoms were perfectin m II
E The',Methodist church has been of-,. size and color, and exquisitely fro1 1 were there to set the election
: fered to the Civic League, provided ,l'grant. Miss Starbuckplanted thee \aside and they did it. ,
expenses of moving are paid, and th I seeds last October and now has a Not a man in Orlando believes that

4 ladies have the matter under careful / umber of strong healthy plants, if the vote had been two against the 1..IIIIIIIIII..I.IIIIIII..I.I.llilllllllll. ,IHIIIHMI 11" , " "
consideration. The plan is to have from which she gathers many blossoms new charter, that the Council could

the building remodeled into an audi daily. have been persuaded to set the election 500 yards Pare Linen, Plain and Russian Weave, Retina In Black '
torium where all public societiesmight aside. Orlando city records Light Blue and Pink with Pinar
meet, and a portion of which CARD OF THANKS. .1 never again record such radical Crash weaves, Natural color Stripe, the latest showing for

might be'occupied>> by the tea room. tion by and council.LUCERNE only.. 36-inch, 50c value, for one piece and Norfolk suits, 35 29c
The Ways and Means Committeeannounced J I Words fail us in which to express and
[ this Sale, per yard . , 40c quality, for this sale,
Y our for the II II
a Rummage Sale to be many THEATER TODAY t per yard . . . . . . . . .
given during the coming week. 1' messages of sympathy and the beau. Three Reels
; Eighteen members were present tiful floral offerings sent during the SPECIAL FEATURE PROGRAM -
and the meeting was one of unusualinterest illness, death and burial of my bus I
band, Robert Parham. These kind I "Billy Mageath on Broadway" 1111 400 yards 36-inch Natural
nesses will ever be cherished aa a'' Poplins, Piques and Corduroys
iiMiiMMiiititi/111esa may The kind for long coats,
mark of esteem for our departed I A comedy from COlor'l I in
DANCE AT THE. ROSALIND loved story behind the and suits, regular 30 Lavender, Pink, Blue and
one. fnntiIe1 ta.. YOU Mtitdn't hftln from
The ladles of-the Rowllnd Club May God's richest bleMlnj! ? feet I enjoying 'it; for-its-i -laugh i from value, for this sale, per White Extra value for 40c
are 1 upon each and of i 18 start flnifth.
every! one! you, to
to be hoitoMM ottt Frldiy evening I my pnyer.! "The Lost ,i Thl gale, per yard , II ? ,
for what promiiii to be the moat de-
lightful Mm. Hubert! I' ,rhutli. In two lttl. A marvel' of photoplay
Ai It ii dinting party of the tenon. A most extraordinary plc I < ......MIMMMlMMMI..... .IMMMI. ,MMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMfMmug
I special atf air, and hot ifffulif
Nearly every woman gambles to turf itory Of human Intereit to

members"Otnllimih'i md hi imoit Evening"" mbicHbiri the I the( extent JliiJ thru of buying .tt tin'ehlihW Ilt.t.:. ill, and would pltau' the must fiitldloui < If you happen to be one of those Indies who for some reason

r IN with prlvllfgfd them ii 'their to bring guests two, the/tietuii MM ........... ellent,,' pletun person( itury.Don't,, One miss day thl rohY; or other have never been able to find, In ready
millet alLh.up In I'thiw till not have' be ftitnouiitai I .hlrL wAI.that," fruit four) Hfliifiml in ef*pilhe teliry iUy were, and shipped ilx tin I MitlfiN Five will 9 190 to to everyone 0 p< M, any hinny dreu goods just exactly what you desire we want you to

I tulle thi day beforii In 'the house, step In this live store and see our display SECOND
HAtlifflin in not' t in l l tap< on FLOOR
expected to in FEIIHIiI: Night, 7il5 to 10 p. in.. Hale I 6
iw ivininiIi 4rri.s. On ih" tiOth' of' this month the new rents, lower floor 10 centsl I
A. this scum aI the 'II' the' deelslan fluptlit' church At " '" ." ,..MtMiMMMMIMMIIIMIMMMMIIMMIMIMMIM
t \ ArlpeU will W .,......
; appreciated a very, win, one und will IIP, much\\ \\ will be prepared ind carried out, I I .\'I' TIIK I''AVOIIITK) TODAY, '

-4 The pupils of the State jfchool' for "A Cowgirl Cimlerilla," We.te rrgmqYI The
AT THR (IRANI the, Deaf an4 HIM in 8t- Auruitlne | Big White Store
wen the guesti of Manager Hurry P,, "Antmate4 Weekly, No, 30," shawl
On page top( known M the local I P VPI| of the Jeflferaon Theater it *\ ing all f"rrttnnttnh,
i page, will to found the announce piny Friday afternoon, "King, the Detective and *
4 m.nt the entertainment ntr"or. glers," treat detective ,
Binary tonight at the Qr n4 Theatre, The easiest' way to earn a title i Ii*i Five cents to all, story I Leads in Style, Quality and Price
Thin will be picturei that you will 1 to have a reporter confer it upon i
t want to ,
see you Subscribe for the Sentinel

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