The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


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The contract between the city and Orlando will not have a garbage i

the Water and Light company was disposal plant yet awhile. Council

up for discussion in council again last practically said by its action last ,

ML fill A NEED[[ AFTER BEING ASSURED BY UN- night, coming up upon the request of night that no effort will be made during CONTAINING $71,900' Dim INMIDOCEAN

DERWOOD AND SIMMONS the citizens of the West End for the present administration to improve FROM NEW YORK TO SAVANNAH :

water mains.Alderman the method of disposing of the
Holland presented the request city's refuse matter.


TO CARRY OUT IDEA who claimed that they had been unable that was subsequently tabled, to CAUSE OF DEMISE
Special to The SentinelWashington to get the company to put down investigate a crematory proposition Savannah, Ga., Sept. 11.-Currency
the necessary mains, although an offer concerning which he read a letter anda amounting to $71,900, in transit from |
MEN BY CASHIER DOW Simmons and Floor Leader Under York BOARD "BALTIC'
the Chase National bank of New i
had been made to pay half the magazine article. A company whichis
wood of the house, managers of the
expense and lend the water companythe operating in Los Angeles offers to to the Savannah Bank and Trust com-

When the People's National bank tariff fight in congress, assured the money with which to pay the dispose of the garbage by reducing it pany, and to Brunswick and Valdosta, I New York, Sept .11.-Mayor Gay-
into its new quarters on Or- president today that there were no Ga. the Baltic in
moves to utility, erecting the plant at its banks was stolen from a portablesafe I nor died on steamer

ange avenue opposite the postofficeit cardinal points of difference betweenthe rest.Mr.. Holland stated that the last own expense, provided a franchise on the Atlantic Coast Line train mid-ocean at 1 o'clock Wednesday
will inaugurate a service for the senate and house bills, and that I I
No. 89, between Jersey City and Sa afternoon.
i fire occurring in that section was located -I is given it. Another proposition
benefit of the citrus fruit men-the changes in the income feature of the
vannah. It should have arrived here News of his death was received in
half mile from i
a a fire hydrant, was to buy the garbage from the city
growers, packers, brokers and buyers bill did not affect the downward revision Its loss became the wire-
and it was consequently impossible : at so much per ton. yesterday morning. following message sent by
-which can not fail to be popular ,principles of the bill. known today. less and cable to Robert Adamson,
for the fire department to reach the Alderman Walker said he was
with this numerous and important The two leaders concluded that the II thousand dollars of the his from Rufus A.
fire. Mr. Holland hauled a well worn afraid of all such propositions, and Fifty secretary, Gaynor,
class of business men. conference report would be agreed contract out of his pocket and wavedit that the city was not financially able amount was consigned to the Savannah his son, who sailed with him:
The second floor of the building has upon in ten days. The president expressed I
Bank and Trust company here. ,o'clock, due to heart failure. Notify
as he asked if it was necessary for at this time to take on any more ob-
been set for this Here his satisfaction at the prospect I "
apart purpose. The the Southern mother.
money was shipped by
the people to have to beg the water I ligations.
i there will be office room and loung- and left for his summer homeat company to give them the protectionthat Alderman Holland contended that Express company.It I "Father died Wednesday at 1

ing rooms, tables supplied with the Cornish, N. H. they were entitled to. the plan he proposed would post the is not known here to what banks Mayor Gaynor sailed away from

current market magazines and other At the first meeting of the con-, Alderman Walker and Alderman I'I city nothing and it would cost nothing -I in Valdosta and Brunswick the addi- New York on the morning of Sep-

periodicals, writing material and a ferees on the bill a majority of the tional the tember 4 the Baltic. An hour be-
Gwynne took the stand that the mat- to investigate the matter. He sum was consigned, as express on
public stenographer will have a desk senate amendments to the chemical I! officials refuse to talk. I:fore he sailed but one man, his sec-
ter should pass through council always said that the stench from the dump- company |
here for the convenience of those who schedule were agreed to. I knew of his outside
II and that the water company ing grounds was terrific in the neigh W. F. McCauley, the president of retary, plans, of
may desire such service. A bulletin I the Savannah Bank and Trust com. members of his immediate family
had the privilege of refusing to lay borhood where they were located and I I
board will record the daily movementof MRS. ADELE DUER PHIPPS DEAD mains for private individuals. Alder the people there were complaining of pany, confirmed the loss of the The mayor's announced purpose wasa

the fruit crop and another board I man Holland intimated that the company .I it, and had a right to do so. i $50,000.It brief vacation on the ocean. He
will be supplied for offerings and The Sentinel received news last Alderman Walker was shipped out of New Yorkon felt that the tonic effect of the salt
paid no more attention to council moved that the
requirements to be posted. There will night of the death of Mrs. Adele Duer! than it did to private individuals.I Holland motion be tabled and this Monday on train No. 89 of the Atlantic air would restore him in some meas-

be consultation rooms and private of. Phipps, wife of Mr. Jos. E. Phipps,I I Upon a vote being taken it was i action was taken. Coast Line railroad and should ure to health. The Baltic was due at

fices, which will be rented on demand at the DeSoto sanitarium in Jackson-'' ordered that a fire hydrant be placedat have reached here yesterday morning -, Queenstown today.

to permanent dealers. For the ville yesterday.Mrs. I the corner of Atlanta and Raleigh ROCK-YEARBY at 3 o'clock. When the sealed The mayor died as the Baltic was

transient operators desks will be provided . Phipps' death was quite sudden -I streets. steel trunk in which it was supposedto nearing the other side. The news of

at a reasonable weekly rental. since she had been ill for only a I I I Yesterday afternoon Mr. Ralph have been shipped was opened it his death was sent by wireless to
The big'general apartment will be ffcw.hours: JJl&jjews will come.as was found that the money had disap- Cuxhaven by Rufus W. Gaynor and
"' I I CHIEF SMITH DID GOOD Yearby and Miss Bertha Rock, daughter
icnown as the Citrus Room: and will great shock to the poeple of Orlando. of peared. relayed from Cuxhaven to New York
Mr. Charles Rock, unitedin
open out on a balcony, so that the Mrs. Phipps was known by almost!I marriage at the home of the bride's "All that I know about it," said by cable. Mayor Gaynor left New

frequenters of the place will have individual in the town and she York at time when the
every I' Chief William H. Smith's knowledge father, Rev. Father Fox performing President McCauley, "is that the a city was
ample opportunity to enjoy the glo loved and admired all. Her seething in of the
was by the money was started to us from New one strangest municipal
I Only the members of
the negro crooks about Or- ceremony.
ries of; the climate between times. death will I in its his-
cause deep grief to many the York and that it never reached here. political campaigns
this lando enabled him to do a clever pieceof family were present, the affair
Through arrangement growers in this city.
and packers will have accommodations I detective work.a few days ago. I being very quiet on account of the tory.The day before his departure he
Several chicken robberies had been!I recent bereavement inIr.. Yearby's
for telephoning their offeringsand ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY notified the hall
was on city steps by
I reported to the chief, one particularly family.
buyers can wire their require NO INFORMATION TO B E of
I political
I representatives independent
bold Mack cripple' Some of the friends of the popular
young Carey, a
ments to this headquarters, and they I organizations that they had
will be immediately posted. boy who runs a chicken yard on the couple found time to congratulatethem
GIVEN OUT BY CLERKS chosen him as their standard bearerin
The idea was conceived by Cashier i Dr. Phillip's place, being the victim. upon the happy event before the A
mayoralty throng
Charles P. Dow, who says that here The chief heard the details of how the they left on the afternoon train. for that crowded campaign.hall
city park assem-
tofore the citrus men have had thefts were committed and at once Raleigh, Mr. Yearby's old home, BESIDES REGULAR COURSE
no I
bled to hear him He had
central place' at which headquarterscould IN ADVANCE OF COUNCIL MEETINGS decided that Harrison Stinson, an old where they will spend several weeks. THERE WILL BE MUSIC AND accept. pre-

be made, and he thinks the establishment CONCERNING MAT- ,offender, was the guilty party. Stin-II| The bride is a particularly charming ,I KINDERGARTENSt. pared so weak a speech that he of was acceptance unable to, but deliverit was

of such offices will meet TERS TO BE ACTED ON. I son was arrested and some of the i and lovable young woman, and is
and his secretary read it for him,
with the appreciation of all who may chickens were found in his possession. very popular in Orlando, where she Joseph's Academy will reopen the standing beside him.

be called upon to use it.Ir.. Dow is Any city employe who gives out lIe was tried in criminal court;!' has lived all of her life. Mr. Yearbyis Monday, September 29th. Before mayor the sailed, his secretary
prepared to give any information information concerning matters to Wednesday and sentenced to eighteen 1 a splendid young business man of The Sisters in charge kindly request issued statement
a denying
reports -
before council meetings in advance months. Stinson formerly did time; this city, who numbers his friendsby
concerning the department that may come the pupils to enroll on the open of the mayor's serious illness.

be demanded, and invites the growers of such meetings will be sus- for stealing from the Southern Express -| the score. Seldom has there been I I I ing day, as early and regular attend- The recent recurrence of the old

buyers and others to write him if I pended. Such was the purport of a company at Sanford and has !)! such a happily mated couple as Mr. ance tend to promote interest and insure throat trouble due to the wound inflicted
interested.The resolution passed by council last been before the criminal court three and Mrs. Yearby, and their many -
they are I' success.
9 1910 JamesJ.
August ,
on by
work on the new bank quarters night.The. times on similar charges, but was always -! friends are delighted with the happy The school is graded and co-educa- .
Gallagher, just as he was about to
is progressing well. The new motion was offered by Alder-I I able to get off previously. I i I r culmination of the romance which tional. The academy does not givea leave this city for a brief vacationin

vault has been shipped and will arrive man Walker at the | led to their marriage. college education, but aims to givea had
Europe, entirely disappeared,
in a few days It is a twostoryaffair President Pro Tern Sims, who called CITY WILL CARE FOR |I I Ii thorough common school course and according to Mr. Adamson, and the

which will be installed in the attention to an item in the Sentinel CEMETERY LOTS FOR PRICE COUNCIL WILL BUY NO thus lay the foundation for higher ed to return
expected and
rear of the big banking room on the concerning the amounts of the esti- i I i NEW ROAD ROLLER ucation. Special attention is givento the campaign with his old time vigor.

first floor. The lower compartment mates presented by sewer and septic An ordinance was adopted ,by council i I moral training, and all pupils under The mayor himself, just before leaving

will be used for books and money,, tank contractors that were to be act- last night providing that upon the I The proposition of a manufacturing -, the Sisters' care are required to of his condition follows
I Ii spoke as :
and the upper part will be for the ed upon by council last night. The payment of one hundred dollars to the company to buy the old street deport themselves in a quiet, refined : "I have been nearly four yearsmayor

safety deposit boxes. A balcony item appeared in yesterday's Senti-: city that the city would care for cemetery j roller and furnish a new roller on manner. I: and have not had vaca-
marks the division between the 'first nel. In the opinion of Aldermen I lots of individual owners per II payment of $1,250 difference was rejected There are five teachers employedwho tion. I suppose almost everybodywill

and second compartments of the' Sims and others this was a grave petually. by council last night. Alderman are prepared to do good work, concede that I have .
may one now.I
vault This will be decorated with Alderman Gwynne reported that Holland stated that the old roller
matter. Alderman Holland opposedthe a II and parents are assured their chil- have been laid up a few days with

potted plants, and will make an attractive resolution on the ground that all telephone would be installed in the was badly worn and was past doing dren will receive proper attention. one of the sharp attacks I occasionally -

setting for the rear of the the business that council had to trans- house recently built for the sextonof good work. Alderman Walker opposed Besides the regular graded school have from of
I my mishap a
bank. A ladies' room, near the vault, act was public business and the pub- the cemetery, for the convenienceof the purchase of a new roller there is a kindergarten departmentfor but I
years ago, am now over and
is of the features of the the undertakers and others. The on the ground that the city was shortof
one new ilc had a right to know anything that . the little tots. hope I never shall have another."
bank, and to the rear of this will be was being done, and he could see no ']right of the" exercise of police powers I funds and had no money to spendin The music class conducted by SisterM.

the directors' room. impropriety to come of publishing 'I within the cemetery grounds was that direction. He thought the old I Gertrude will reopen with the He was expected to attack Tam-

The banking will be sit granted the sexton. I roller good enough. ;many Hall sharply, politically, as soon
apartment such
information in advance of council : i school. All former pupils and any
i |i he returned to the Before
as city.
uated on the right of the room as one meetings any more than after they I .i i iI new ones who may wish to take up

enters; on the left will be the officesof had been acted upon. Alderman Hoi- t'1RSSX.. WANTS FIRE I I HAD HIS ARM BROKENIN !music will be cordially welcomed by I I i his departure he issued a characteristic -

the president and cashier. land's was the only vote against the HOSE AT FAIR GROUNDS BASEBALL GAME I the Sisters. statement, leveled at Tammany

Mr. Dow says that the bank will resolution. i Hall leaders and other political opponents

Charles Evans had in which he referrde to themas
its new quarters about October arm broken
occupy Alderman Holland last night pre I WILLIAM W. PATRICK DEADI
I in the baseball the "miserable scamps" and asserted
at fair
1. The work is being pushed game
sented to council the of the
rapidly, and though the building pre ENGINE LOADED ON BARGE fair association for three hundred'I grounds yesterday afternoon, which:j I William W. Patrick, a prominent that they were" seeking his "moral as-

sents a very much torn up conditionat NOW READY FOR WORK feet of fire hose. Alderman Walker was being played between the Presbyterian -{ citizen of Pine Castle, died at that sassination. .

present it is promised that all will :opposed the loan of the hose, saying Sunday school team and the place at 3:30 yesterday morning. He The bullet that lodged in his throat

be whipped into shape in short order I. The engine which is to do the drilling that the fair association was able to "Tigers.' The member was broken in i was 75 years of age. The funeral three years ago had never been 're-

after the vault arrives. of the two wells to be lowered in buy its own hose, and the city needed two places. The young man was will take place this morning at 11 I moved. It was the mayor's plan to

the sink hole taken in an automobile to a local remain abroad less than a week. lIe
near W.
cemetery was what it had. The request was re 'II o'clock, the Rev. E. Murphy conducting -
CRIMINAL COURT GRIND mounted on the barge yesterday, and jected.J. sanitarium where medical attentionwas the services. Mr. Patrick is expected to sail for New York from

CONTINUES THRU WEEK is now ready to be moved to the place given him.REPUBLICAN. survived by his wife and nine children Liverpool on September 18 and to

where the wells are to be drilled. A. BORTREE REPORTEDTO I' He was an old resident and reach this city a week later.

The criminal court continued to Contrary to expectation, the barge BE IN BAD CONDITIONNews CONGRESSMAN I was respected by all. He was a' Mayor Gaynor's sudden death completely
grind yesterday, paying attention for showed very little effect of the weightof I Christian gentleman, a devout member overturns the municipal political -

the most part to whiskey selling the engine, and sank in the water was received in Orlando yesterday Special to The SeattneLWashington of the Baptist church. situation. It removes from the

.. cases, negroes being the defendants. only about two inches when it was to the effect that Mr. J. A. Sept. 11.-Representative .N I field a candidate for mayor who was

There are several cases yet to try well on. Some trouble had been an- Bortree, who was injured by a streetcar William H. Wilder, Republican THE WEATHER expected to cut heavily into the vote _

and it is probable that the session of ticipated in this respect. The work recently in Hendersonville, N. C.,, congressman for the third Massachusetts I Florida: Generally fair Friday and I of the fusion nominee, John Purroy ,

1 court wBI ,pot be concluded until Sat- of drilling the wells will not begin was in a dangerous condition and 'district, died of throat affection I Saturday, except light showers in ex Mitchell, and leaves only the tickets 1

1 urday.Y until Monday. was not expected to live. 'this evening. .treme southeast portion. (Continued on last page.) r

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WELL-INTOXICATED: COW, tIIIIIQllllelllltelel III" ''' Jellll'I''I''III.I''

RECOVER LOST JEWEL Artesia, N. M., Sept. 10.-A mineral -

effect water on of animals peculiar similar taste to that liquor has an on F For l' IP Next TllirtJ! ll Bays J J'Ye

JACKSONVILLE CHIEF OF POLICE humans, has been discovered in a well

HOLDS DIAMOND KING being drilled at Oriental, a town 25 will be pleased to list both city and county
miles south of Artesia, where the GREAT
CLAIMED BY THREE Oriental Plaster and Cement companyhas ; ; property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or __

installed a plant.E. telephone call will bring a repre.entatie.REAL .
Jacksonville, Sept lO.-A suit was
S. Wallace, secretary of the
filed in the circuit court of Duval
company, is authority for the state-
county yesterday morning by Attor- ment that a milk cow, after drinkingthis SHIRT SALEAT
ney W. S. Jennings, acting as attorney water, ambled and staggeredaway RITTAIN & WAY
for Mrs. William Jennings Bryan,
as though intoxicated. Doubtful
wife of the secretary of state, against
as to whether the water producedthe
Chief Frederick C. Roach, of the police ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS
peculiar effect, Wallace drove the
department, to obtain possessionof _
cow back to the well next day and 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
a handsome two-stone diamond
saw that she drank more of the wa
ring, valued at $550, and alleged to
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have been held by the local police department ____ __ _
save that the cow seemed to enjoy '
for several months.
the effects. Samples of the water
However, the suit is a "friendly
have been sent to a chemist for anal- '
action" brought by the consent of the I ysis. Brown Lartigue I
defendant. A writ of replevin was OUR NEW LINEOF

issued by the circuit court yesterday
morning and was executed yesterday
afternoon by Deputy Sheriff Lucius .
Haddock, who secured the handsome -
jewel from the police department.Chief Boston, Sept. 10.-The lame, the Soft FeltsAre
halt and the blind, members of the
Roach will receive a hearing ,
in the circuit court on October 6. The Human Derelicts' Protective association -
enjoyed a harbor trip on the See Ita in Window
plaintiff has estimated the amount of }
damages at $100, but acording to the yacht Breeze as the guests of Wil- just in. Call and see them.
liam Joyce, of Scituate, once a street
information gained from the office of
peddler of shoestrings and ,
Attorney W. S. Jennings last night pencils
but well-to-do.
the action is not brought with a view now

of securing damages, but merely to Headed by the president of the as- MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
get possession of Mrs. Bryan's prop- sociation, Phillip Kenna, a blind man,
sixteen cripples boarded the yacht at

erty.The City Point. A large crowd, attracted
jewel in question was presented Agents for Barclay Corsets
the - -
to Mrs. Bryan by her husband sev- by sight saw the partyoff. -
Thomas Green, legless, was car- MIBIIMMIIMIilMIMMIQIMIItlilllMMMMIIMMiANGE
eral years ago, and was lost while
Mrs. Bryan was en route from Miamito ried aboard by "Tim" Carrigan, blind, & BATES MttlMMMHmtiintttttM ttHtHtmflll*'
who was led by "Long Dick," a man
this. city over a year ago. A thor- l
ough search was maintained for the minus one leg Patrick Kelley, who ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 FOE S.
ring over the Southern states. It has but one eye and one leg, acted as ; .LE
engineer ,and Joyce was at the wheel. II II I I ,,,,
was found a few months ago in the i' ..I

possession of a negro by the name of WE FIT GLASSES, I
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Enoch Tyson. PLAN IS EVOLVED DEALING FOR AND DO ALL KINDS OF : Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block
The negro, when arrested, claimed OPTICAL REPAIRING : from and in view.of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from

that he had found the ring. The New York, Sept. 10.-A plan was Getting Prices on your I station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot
ring was shown to Mrs. Bryan shortly evolved here today for dealing with Brick and Stone Cork

afterward and she is said to have two plays, chief scenes of which are Before Building. I 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on

identified it as the one she had lost. Phone or Write south Oaks. Nice Lawn.
laid in the underworld and which are ; by large 50 bearing Grapefruit -

woman However of, Cleo Key St.West Claire, also, identifiedthe a young objectionable to the police. Acme Brick and I and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English
The plays are to be withdrawn im
ring as her property and it is mediately. Within a short time the DR. L. H. RAMSDEllOPTOM Stone Works i Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples

said that a third party also claimedto grand jury will be conducted to the ETRIST MAITLAND, FLORIDA bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest /
be the loser of the jewel. .
theaters in question where the plays CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. side Lake Barton,
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
For this reason, the ring was held will be enacted. If sixteen of the 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI"I'IANNOUNC
at the police station solely for the twenty-three members of the jury de- ORLANDO, - FLORIDA

purpose of solving the matter of clare the plays unobjectionable they IEXT

ownership, until it was obtained by will be continued without hindrance. Keep in touch with Orlando throughthe Just received new lot factory sec- Apply "Sentinel" Office.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIII.I'11111..t.IIIIIIII.; j jmsm

the writ of replevin issued yesterday Otherwise, they will be withdrawn Sentinel while on your vacation. c onds. They look good to us.

in the interest of Mrs. Bryan. permanently. Ring phone 24. I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS.

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Work in timber, lumber, naval Charleston, S. C., Sept. 10.-Dr. BEFORE DECIDING
stores and docks in Pensacola was Louis W. Sambon, of the British What You Want :

exceptionally) good last week. school, of tropical medicine, addressed .

a in audience of Charleston physicians How You Want It :

The first state-wide printers cost here last night, and left afterward'or
in Florida will be held in Columbia, where he is the guest When You Want It : "
Bear t mll rM ll [ in min !
Ocala on November 15, 14 and 15. oday of the Richland Medical society.Ie e an
: made some study of local pella- .UIIIIIIIIIII S H" H M+

One of the latest improvements for grins, and is persuaded that the stable ff For anything in the

Cocoa, the thriving little town on Indian fly and perhaps the sand fly, are flll tine of PRINTING

river, will be a modern and up- carrying the disease in this section. \IJ come to us and we

to-date steam laundry.A 1 lie contends that the diseased corn I II will guarantee you

t theory is erroneous. He was accompanied satisf.lctorywork at prices

bill has been introduced in congress I here by Dr. R. M. Grimm, of : that are RIGHT. I

by Congressman Sparkman 1 the: public health service, and Dr. P. I I

providing for the erection of a $75; ]E. Garrison, of the Naval Medical 04"IIIIIIIIIICIGI'IIIIII'IIUXXUIAKERS '

000 public building in Tarpon Springs. school. iii
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Indications point to favorable action. ) I k\

NOTICE Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale, For
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gressing to a satisfactory extent. The :and prepared to turn out beautiful H

plant will have a capacity of ten tons: ;and artistic work. Estimates furnished r

of high grade blasting powder per I and satisfaction guaranteed. If you want the news, subscribe for

day. - ---- 'I"he Daily Sentinel.

The business-men in Miami are THE WILLOLAModern Money to loan on improved prop- ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANYMMMMHMMItlMMimiOSBIOHtHMtllimtlCHMMMi

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forming a company to establish a fac- Home-Like .

tory there for manufacturing ma- Prices Moderate Dr. J. C. Howell, Osteopath, has MMMIMMM It...
chines for the cultivation of Ever- r eturned and will be at his office, in -

glades soil, also to include the con- Cheney: block, every day from 10 to If you want the news, subscribe for A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel I If you want the news, subscribe for
struction of other kinds of farming SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE 1 2 and by appointment. Phone, of- The Daily Sentinel. I always pays. I The Daily Sentinel.

tools and accessories. Near Lake Lucerne f ice or residence. 9-11-61

Construction work on the one mil- Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
lion dollar place in Miami of Charles MRS. W. T. WALKER l lew hotel; has all modern conven-

Deering, the harvester king, will prob- ORLANDO - FLORIDA i ic ences; fronts on Ocean just south MMIMMMMMMIMMMMIMmiMMHIMIMMMMt 1'.1 mmnmmmmmmct
ably begin in the near future. The iI if ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day I I I

Deering residence will be the finest I tnd upwards. Special rates by the
veek month. We make HMMIM MMH
archi- or a special
in the southland according to

have tects inspected and experienced the plans.In builders. who ;y ngs of and sea food Sunday dinners noon.Thursday 78tf.even- A as Dailge r For [sec eecies

the course of a, few days work
You called from home member of the takes ill the
We ask if will the are suddenly ; some family during
will be started on the new freight you please try
night friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
1 ;
that have
station and transfer depot to be lew meat market we just
pTA which fire in hurry. Are for such ? Have
erected Lakeland by the Atlantic >Ipened up at 410 West Church street. require a a you prepared contingencies
Coast Line railway. In addition to pie handle all kinds of Florida and you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?
In days before matches invented the housewife fire
delivery. were kept a burning con-
this work the company will build four Western Quick
miles more of side tracks in order to Phone 41. W. T. Pollock, proprietor. tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
ALL THINGS The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match
accommodate the increasing demand
ARE JUDGEDBy FOR SALE and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But
there more.
comparison. There MUST bea \SK your grocer for Jackson Square the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

The Miami Metropolis : "Plansfor : standard in Ice Cream. POIN- Coffee. 621tf. and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.
says SETTIA is the recognized standard Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can
the Dade county fair, which is one BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
of the crowning events of the winter,, and we maintain the qualityat suburb in east part of the city. Cad be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.Let .
such a high degree of perfectionthat
Jensen. us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now. '
are already being made, and promises: competition is hardly notice-
have been given that the coming one able. FOR SALE-New modern five-room
will be the superior to any previous Made of PURE cream house, centrally located. Apply this ORLANDO WATER A AND D LIGHT CO
sterilized the products of office. 7-1 d & w tf I
display in point of variety of exhibits, ---- -- -
size; of them and quality. In every ries.inspected and passed dai- FOR SALE-A good Jersey cow with GAS DEPARTMENTMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMMMMMM

department it is believed that the dis- heifer calf. Isaac Vanderpool, *
play will far exceed those of previous MADE IN A PALACE OF Maitland, Fla. 6td-ltw MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMCtMMMMMMMflHHMIMIM.il o

and that all the
over county
years cleanliness and by the most FOR SALE-One cylinder Cadillac.
keen interest will be displayed."
I modern machinery. John Ammann, P. 0. Box 393.
FOR SALE-At a great sacrifice, a
was witnessed by a large number of BETTER THAN THE Maxwell roadster, for $150 cash.
Pensacola people and people in near- BEST This car is in good condition. Harry
by towns Thursday night. It has Meek, 301 West St. 991011FOR PRICESWe

been described as a very brilliant Its for sale SALE-Two good sound and
light which suddenly appeared in the in your town gentle mules. Fine workers .nd
sky very close to the horizon. It a bargain, if taken at once. Call on
or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando .
passed in a straight line from south-
V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. Fla. 7-10 d & w
east to southwest, going very slowly.It always have special prices, but we

was.a clear, bluish-white light, the FLA.No. FOR SALE Player piano, 88-note,
size of'your two fists, and had a long,, Remington, made by Starr Piano do net have any sales.
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,
tail The
straight light went out 1
as slightly used, good shape in every respect Our plan is to take the money it would
it reached the southwest without any Will make some reduction for
appearance of falling. cash.information Music apply with same.to P. 0.For Box further 114 cost to make a sale, and put it into Real

One thousand bales'of cotton, forming y- Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf Bargains, such as will be to our custom

part of the cargo of the Spanish FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine
steamship Gracia, will be the first of and hammock land on the east side ers'advantage..
of Lake Apopka. This tract of ian
the new crop to be shipped from Pen-! is exceedingly good for citrus growing We mention a few articles that will go
sacola for the new season. This is t and trucking. The timber is i in

the first shipment, not only of the its virgin state. Call on or address at reduced prices :
Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla.
new crop but for the new cotton, ship-
ping season, and it also marks what 9-11-lm Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique

gives every indication of being one of FOR RENT
--- ---- -- ---- Skirts at $1.74.
the busiest of seasons. The season
I FOR RENT-Cottage end flat, furnished
usually opens lively about the first of and unfurnished. Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
October, but the Gracia came in timeto 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX.
move part of a large Liverpool I 96 Cents
and the FOR FENT-Five room cottage
contract, thousand bales be-
Call on or address J. Schnaar, A line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
ing in the warehouse, are being This book tells how everybodypays Church street, Orlando, Fla. 9-11-tf new

checked aboard this vessel. In a few and whether or not they
Blouses from 46 Cents
weeks FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom up.
cotton will be
lively, are entitled ,to credit. to persons wishing suburban
as great preparations have been made accommodations; also 2 acres good 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
for this season.-Pensacola Journal. ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S truck land, close in. Good opportu
nity for right person. Address "A,"
ASSOCIATION.TO Sentinel. 9-Stf
Samples of the first batch of brick

ever taken 40,000 morning.burg fired from Vitrified brick The the in, which kilns St.first Brick Petersburg of are batch company the intended St.numbered Peters-were this for I I -I am better now PROPERTY quarters settled in in larger OWNERS the Rock, brighterand build: I' 9-7-tf care FOR Webber Orlando RENT-Six avenue.Bank: &Apply room Trust cottage G.Company.A. Baas, 28,, H. Kalliler's r'' Newlork Bal'aaill r[ Store t r J Orlaililo n ;

ing, opposite the San Juan hotel,
use in building the new home of the FOR RENT-Store room on the busy
1 and 2, which increasing I
rooms my .II"'I"I'I'I"IIIII"'le'II""IO"'IOII'1111 IIIO""I'OII" ,
West Coast corner of Church and Garland
Telephone company. The business required.I 4+ ; 1"\I"II"'I 'IIIIIIIIIIIDIIIII.aIGI"G'I'1".11..111. . . ...
brick are unusually heavy and so streets. Size of store 24x70. Good
revising sales list, and am
sound that most people have likened am my opening for dry goods, shoes and millinery .
ready to list your city and country .IIDIIIIIDelllll.I..I.I..I.IIIIIIIII".II..I'.1"'I"'t'III"6 " '
them to iron, upon feeling their store., W. M. Slemons. 9-6-1

weight for the first time. The com- property.From all reports received from my WANTED ServicehIa AFeI Dd cceSSoFis EcoDofflicIa t
pany now has kilns and machinerywith friends and business connections in Stylish( r Aces I

a capacity of 20,000 brick per the North, I shall do a large business :' WANTED-Plain sewing of all : da
day. As soon as this first batch is kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite
this winter, and will use my best efforts -II'
cooled so that they may be taken to sell the properties listed with theater. 9-3-lmo Suits for men women or boys. If you e to spend the holiday out of
out of the kiln, and tests made, the [ -. Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

kilns will be put into full operation.The me.I have many satisfied customers, LOST AND FOUND Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

company expects to enlarge the who became winter residents of Orlando FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner car: New Neckwear. PARASOLS

plant and install machinery that will and vicinity by my personal get same by calling at the Sentinel Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

enable it to handle any demand, by efforts, and they are now boosting for office and paying for this ad. Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks.-a Complete
the first of the coming year.-St. Petersburg Orlando and Balkan blouses. Line. ,
Independent. FOUND-A bicycle. Call at William:
truly, Haley's, 201 South street. Ownei i i
Too Much of It CARL JANSEN, can have same by paying for this ad- ; ; Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure you will see
Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire --
-- --
< something to interest .
This is the longest tariff discussionever I Insurance. 1m d&w Let the Sentinel do your job print yos.t

maintained by the senate with ing. Send you rorder, tell us about
out the slightest popular attention.' When you trade at hone you help what you want and rest assured thai t I B. SALOMON ORLANDO

New York World. the other fellow to help you. you will get what you want. ,

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DAILY THE SAME OLD STORY The Cathedral School tllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIDlllllllllllefl'I

South Florida SentinelMORNING It's the same old story so often told EAST CENTRAL AVENUE j i'|'I

AND WEEKLY Lakeland business men subscribe SUMMER IN ENGLANDTELLS Orlando's Select Boarding and i*

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner $1,000 for the purpose of advertisingthat School TIRE ECONOMY
._ Day For Girls ;
-- city, and the committee in whose
Entered at the postoffjce at Orlando Floe
ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. hands the money was placed decideto OF SHAKESPEARE FES- Reopens Wednesday, October 1. I TIRE SECURITY

SUBSCRIPTION HATES print 10,000 booklets and gave the TIVAL AND EXHIBITION OF Primary, Intermediate, and College;

order to a Lynchburg, Va., firm; the Preparatory Grades. I

TilE DAILY SENTINELOne commissioners of Lee county, set FOLK DANCES Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution | TIRE COMFORTThat

Year ....................$5.00 aside $1,000 for the purpose of ad Domestic Science, Physical Culture

Six Months ................... 2.50 vertising that county, and decide to Queen Anne's Mansions, i is the "Firestone"com.

Three Months ................ 1.25 issue booklets and pay postage on London, Aug. 31, 1913. Twelve specially trained Teachers. \ bination - particularly
Sentinel, Orlando, Fla.-We have Individual attention. o n
mailing them out with the money; Loving care.
By news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per received the Sentinel and have I
month. Daily and Sunday. the citizens of Daytona have decidedto en- REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., I NON-SKID Tires. Economyof
it thoroughly. Every little item
The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can be foundon print 30,000 booklets, and more joyed Principal.If I longest ...
NeaTg Book of home is of interest II wear Security
sale in Orlando at Curtis & news great
than likely will give the job to a for- I
Store and Wright Brothers.We if eign house. In the meantime the local when so far away. We have had a you have a house for rent, ad- j against accident...comfort of
will appreciate prompt complaint delightful summer, divided be- vertise in the Sentinel's classified
delivery U not promptly made by our carriers. papers in these towns can con- very col-\\ of
,tween Germany, France and England, umn and get a tenant. resiliencyTirestonc
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap tinue donating three-quarters of their
plication. and hope to be in New York on October -
space to boosting their counties and
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL 1. This past week has been especially 1.111111111111.IJ.lllliJ' ,
Per year, by mail postage paid........11.00+ the local merchants. The newspapers I full of pleasure-spent at-
Orlando. Florida. don't need in the
Address THE SENTINEL any encouragement I
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building. Stratford-on-Avon, where we were so :
Phone %t. money line. Newspapers are printed
fortunate as to attend the Shake :
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913. merely as a pleasurable pastime, says SUPREMEAUTO
festival, and saw both "Ham-
speare :
= s==== = the Kissimmee Gazette, which leads TIRE
let" and "As You Like It" wonderfully
It's about time to get the boy ready the Fort Myers Press to say: .

for school.If While the idea meant to be conveyed given. Also attended a charming . NON-SKID
demonstration of old English folk :
o is correct, we do not deny that
the mayor of Jacksonville didn'tha'e we consider, and have said so plainly dances, given on the velvet-like turf : "Perfect Lubricationin
of the gardens attached to the Memo-
the police department to pick owe n that booklets are necessary, although : Every Drop" Cost most to build -_
rial theater This
week, to
wonder what he'd do. the newspaper is best. The we go --but cost leastto
Devonshire to visit the scenes told of : .0.... you
amount available from the county '
in "Lorna Doone" and "WestwardHo. use. for Book 'l c
season : Is produced, refined, transported -
The is drawing to a commissioners will likely be well in "
." t in
close, but it has been a splendid one excess of $1,000, and we practically' and distributed by the largest '
We were very glad to know the : Independent Oil Refining Com Tires. v'g
Florida has never had a more delightful have the assurance that the value of I
vote on commission form of govern- : pany in the world, and only selected -
summer. the Press will be recognized by the
ment was favorable. If it can only : crude is used in its man e =
---o commissioners by subscribing liber- Ar
be initiated the kind of ufacture.
by right
Don't forget that good roads mass ally. The same may also be said of > com. LIMtlMlltlltlMIHMIIIMIMMiMllltMIIIHIIIiltH
missioners, I have no fear for its : NNM
meeting to be held in Orlando Sep the city council. We shall see.
tember 16. The importance of that 'fhe following, also appearing in success, but now is the time when

meeting can scarcely be overesti the Gazette, is a suggestion which, some of our citizens will have to I Gulf Refining Co
show real civic patriot'sm.! I fear I ,I &
mated. while we do not expect nor ask to ;

"- be_ treated nn_ with___P_ _so_ mach______ consideration __________ those who opposed the change, openly I
] or secretly, will try now to get inadequate P.G.WALTONAgentillillilMIMMIMIMIMM

The Lake Worth Herald is the lus. j would in our opinion prove very
tiest youngster of a newspaper in valuable wherever tried. "It appears : commissioners, which will : 450
make things difficult. PHONES {
Florida. It is certainly deserving of I to us that boards of county commissioners ] 269
Yours truly t
a fine patronage and ought to be get- : city councils, boards of trade
ting it. and citizens' committees would do a

o wise act if they would place all pub-
If you don't believe the people read licity funds at the disposal of those

the papers just slip ina little item who understand the art of boostingto
List of letters remaining in the
about some one some time-some- the best advantage the newspa-

thing mean, and calculated to makea pers." If there is any one thing a I Orlando, Florida, postoffice unclaimed FOR SEPTEMBER I
for the week
ending September 11
man fight-then you'll find out. newspaper deals in, more than any
o other institution, it is publicity, and 1913. When calling" for same, pleasesay

Harry Goldstein will probably feel it is a great mistake for any one to "advertised.

rather important when he hears of leave them out of. consideration, W. R. O'NEAL, P. M.Men's Birthday Gifts.-The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

three federal judges sitting on the whether it be the Press or any other List.-Banks, A. J.; Barber,

constitutionality of that coupon tax paper. Barber; Boaturight, Master Steve;

law that he passed. One little legislator --o Boyd, R. F.; Cooper, W. D.; Craw-
ford, Frank; Eldredge, Mr. and Mrs.
whole lot of trou-
ble. Alfred; Edge, J. II.; Frison, Arnold;

Green, Alvin Griffin, W. H. Harris
; ; ,,
-p Much interest is being aroused by I STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE-EMBLEM
J. H.; Henry, W. T.; Johnson, J. C.;
The Lakeland that
says the road building day which Mario
Straub, of the St. Petersburg Times, county is to observe. The people o f
Rogers, Blair; Rafins, Fred; Smith,
is acidulous, whereupon the Sarasota the county are going to turn out tha LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET .
D. R. Tanner Frank Thomas
Sun that it is glad to know what ; ; T. M.;
says I day and put in the time repairing one
Usury, A.; Watts, W. E.; Williams, HANDY PIN BAR PIN LOCKET OR RING ANY
it is that it never exactly could explain of the important highways. The idea ,
Lieut. Colonel.
about the St. Petersburg man- origniated with Secretary Rooney o f: Women's List-Bocock, Mrs.; Grif ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE IIER EYES SPARKLE WITH
"acidulous, huh! the board of trade, and he has received -
fin, Mrs. Sophia; Goulden, Mrs. Rebecca DELIGHT. I j
o sufficient responses to assur
; Riley, Bertha; Sermons, MissP.
The West Florida papers seem t o the success of the movement.
L; Robertson, Mrs. J. C.; Rogers, FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
have picked Cephas L. Wilson o f The good women are going to help Mrs. Pat.

Marianna as their candidate for gov- too, by providing dinners for the men BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF

ernor. He is a brother of Emmett' who will work on the road. Withsuch
Wilson, the Then
congressman. co-operation, that highway ought

there's President-look here, isn1 t to be fixed up in'a jiffy, and in the DIVORCED PARTIES COME IN AND SEE THEM.

this getting to be too much Wilson? best of style.-Tampa Tribune.
Carlisle, Pa. 11.
o Sept. -Clergymen

Gadsden county is coming into her: ORANGE COUNTY WILL BE of this city have started a movementto -- -- --

own again. The tobacco crop thi IN EDWARDS' DISTRICT line up the clergy of the entire

year is reported to be the best i n state in opposition to the remarriageof

her history. Some years ago the Ocala Banner: The territory to divorced persons. The plan provides T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

market went to pieces and the l lift e which Mr. W. J. Edwards of this city, that ministers shall sign an

of the industry in that county was one of the four citrus fruit inspectors agreement not to perform a marriage ,
threatened, but Gadsden has "come ceremony in a case where either one
recently appointed by Governer Tram-
back." of the contracting parties has been
mell, includes Alachua, Marian, Lake, divorced. POSTOFFICE

o Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Putnam
Mr. Bryan is in the midst of a counties, with
Chautauqua tour of twelve dates, all Ocala. Nothing succeeds like circulation.We EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

of the towns in which he is to speakbeing have it. One ad, in the Sentinel

within easy radius of Wash For the news, read The Sentinel. will show you the way.

ington, so the secretary can get backin

a hurry if he is needed. Well, we _

guess there's no help for it; Mr.

Bryan is just obliged to talk.o .

San Juan
Editor Frank Harris is one of the Garage

few Florida editors who can get away

for a long vacation every year. The

Ocala editor chooses North Carolina, is in favor in Ladies'
All that
the Asheville section, for his outings,

and he always writes a series of interesting -

letters from the scene of REBUILTOne

his resort. The current series is now

in progress of being published on the

editorial page of the Banner.

o and NotionsH'
Furnishings Fancy
Every sheriff in Florida should put 1912 Five Passenger Touring; Car, I

the screws to the speeding automobilists I
and apply the law against complete, new tires

children running machines. No per- $450One
son under eighteen is permitted to

operate a machine, under the law.
This law is generally violated almost

everywhere. It is particularly so in Cadillac Five Passenger Touring Car,
the larger cities where the danger is

villages.much greater than o in the towns and complete $600One .

Buy it here-at home. Why send i

away for it and pay two prices and

deprive your neighbor of the joy of 1912 Four
Passenger 30 h.p. Car '
selling and the local circulation of ii

the money? We need it all right complete i' Marion B. Ives

here. Let's keep it going round

among us; it is not a selfish proposi- $550Don't

tion entirely; it is one of self preserration. -

The people in New York have

not make New York great; the people
outside have done it. Instead of go_ forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

ing elsewhere to trade let us try rather guarantee of 5,000 miles. McCALllM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETSTHE
to get people to come here to trade.:
Is that better?





We are getting returns, gratifying returns of our advocacy
Gent's Furnishings"B.
of the famous


V. D.," ."Porosknit," and gauze underwear, 50c a
The time is getting short to prepare your children ,for customers are bringing their friends-a sure in

garment, or $1.00 union suit.
school. We can help you out. We have a complete assortmentof dication of the increased popularity. Our special line.

Children's Dresses, in all colors and sizes, and also separate Our special 50c a suit gauze underwear is a 20th century

Pants and Waists for the "Nipper" and- wonder-other stores sell them at 39c a garment or 75c a suit.

"Sorosis," "Banister," "Elk," "Beacon," and "Bostonian"

"OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT" Stands unrivalled. In black, white, tan. Shoes for men. All the new lasts.


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

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from a business trip to New York. WITH SON'S REMAINSMr. I

A pretty marriage ceremony was -_

THE TUNER I Mr. E. T. Reed, of Wheeling, West and Mrs. John T. Horner arrived I performed at Maitland yesterday i: What to Eat !

ORLANDO.FLA.Irs. Virginia, is among the late arrivalsat yesterday afternoon from Hen-morning: at eleven o'clock at the resi-:

J the San Juan. dersonville, N. C., with the remains ience of the bride's father, Mr. S. p.l:

of their son, Earl Horner, who died ]Hill, Rev. J. F. McKinnon officiating,(II

Mrs. C. B. Nye and Mrs. A. J. Nye there Wednesday.The when Marguerite Agnes Hill became ::
C. C. Nichols left yesterdayfor
are spending a couple of weeks at casket was taken in charge by I the wife of Mr. Sam Jones i: CELERY PUMPKIN
Memphis, Tenn.
Daytona Beach hotel. the undertakers, Hammond & Gore, :Spiggins. I: CABBAGE STRING BEANS

and will be kept there until the fun- An impressive feature of the event : TOMATOES ONIONS
Mr. E. M. Chestnutt, of Clermont,
Mr. D. L. Graham, auditor for the eral Saturday morning at ten o'clock. was the singing of Miss Johnnie I I
is spending today in Orlando.Mr. OKRA ALLIGATOR PEARS
Southern Express company, arrivedin Smith, of Orlando, who had been aj I:

Orlando last night from Jackson- room mate of the bride at Rollins.i!: PEPPERS I'INEAPPLESSQUASH
J. B. Watson, of Jackson, W. C. T. U. MEETING 'I
ville. She sang "I Love You Truly" just I BANANAS
Tenn., is the visitors
among. before the words of the marriage vow i i:
Mr. Leon Larrabee returned last regular meeting of the W. C. were pronounced by the minister. i:

night from Daytona Beach, where he T. U. will be held in the ladies' par Among those present were the father -,' WE HAVE.
Mr. D. J. Blocker, one of DeLand'srepresentative
spent several weeks enjoying the attractions lor of the Presbyterian church this and sister of the groom, )Ir. E. W.'
citizens, is spending
I of that resort. afternoon at 3:30. It will be the time Spiggins and Miss Mary Spiggins,!
today in Orlando, a guest of the San COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
for the regular election of officers of Tampa. J
Juan. I
Mr. W. E. Davidson, representing"The and every member is urged to be The groom is a prominent young)

Commonwealth Shoe and Leather present. lawyer of Birmingham, and the bride j

Capt. B. G. Smith, one of Oviedo'sprominent Co.," of Boston, spent yesterdayin is a lovely young woman of Maitland,I! CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

citizens, was among Orlan- Orlando in the interest of his Among the prominent guests at the who is a social favorite. She made I

do's visitors yesterday. house. San Juan today is Mr. G. Wilfred a pretty figure in pure white at the 'I

Dare, of Bridgeton, N. J. Mr. Dareis marriage altar. The decorations were I THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mr. J. W. Flynt, one of Geneva'senterprising
Mr. J. E. Reese, a popular travel- president of the Kil-Tone com- pink and white. I i
and substantial citizens, k CARUTHERS & GORE
ing salesman from Decatur, Ga., is pany, manufacturers of spray chem- An elegant wedding luncheon was;1

paid Orlando a visit'yesterday.. spending several days in this section icals for vegetables and fruits. He served at the home and the couple ;J Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.

getting acquainted with the fertilizer is very much interested in this sec- left on the 2:30 train for their home':'
Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Sr., left yester- MlilHiHMMMIMIMtMMMHIIIIiMMMIIMIIiilMSchool
tion and will probably invest in Or-
trade. to be, in Birmingham. They were ,
visit relatives and friends at - -- -- -
day ange county real estate before re showered with rice, and their bag-i'
New Iberia, La., her old home. I turning.A .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bumby and gage was properly labeled by the
friends of the young folks in Mait-! Days Begin Sept. 29And
Mis. Earl Gore left yesterday for I child, who have spent several weeks post card received last night I
land. The bride
wore a traveling suit
in Franklin, N. C., are now in At- j
Hendersonville N. C. where she will
I from Mr. H .L Beeman, who with i of dark silk for her gomg-away suit.
spend several weeks enjoying life in lanta. They expect to reach home his wife and son, has been touring the j I all text-books for grades below the High
the week end.
the "Land of the Sky. _____ j i I I West and Northwest, tells something CHANGE OF AGENTSMr.

of the great trip that they are having I School must be changed. We have the lists of
Mr. J. 0. Harden, of Jacksonville,, Mr. W. G. Talton, cashier of the and speaks in glowing terms of A. A. Lingg, who has been)
several hours in Orlando Bank of Apopka, was in Orlando
spent yes yes- the beauty of Colorado Springs, Salt agent in Orlando for the Standard!
I all books to be used for each and
terday, coming over with Mr. J. P.terday to meet Mrs. Talton and children Lake City and Denver. ,
Oil for the
company past year, was)
Musselwhite from Geneva in his large who returned from New Lon-;I
I succeeded by Mr. J. L Mills, of Jack-: j
students to and
touring car. don, Conn., where they had been wish to urge exchange now,
I Miss Jewel Womble, one of Apop- sonville. Mr. Henry Bartlett, state j

spending the summer. ka's accomplished young ladies, spenta representative for the company, made!I
-- and confusion that will
avoid the
Mr. Edward nudnall, who was for while in the city yesterday Miss the transfer. great

years Orlando's leading shoe merchant Miss Jennie Strickland has returned Womble has been selected as one of Mr. Lingg returns to Jacksonvilleand
is in the city today greeting'old result from waiting until opening day. A
from a visit to points in Michigan and the teachers in Orlando's public will still be connected with the
friends, and still selling feet wear,'Chicago, 111. Miss Strickland was schools.
for a Boston house. called home on account of the illness' liberal allowance for old books in good con-
of her mother. She will resume her I Mr. F. N. Boardman returned last
Mr. and Mrs. James Buren, of Con'position in the Western Union tele- night from Hot Springs, Ark., wherehe PICNIC AT WEKIWAA dition.

cord Park, leave today for Chattanooga graph office as assistant operator. has been spending some time. He

Tenn. They will be absent about was. much improved in health, which large crowd enjoyed the Baptist GET YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS NOW.

three weeks and will visit other i Making the store attractive will get will be good news to his many friends. Sunday school picnic at Wekiwa

places of interest while away. I I business. How many people would Springs yesterday. Between 175 and

think of stopping to trade in a dingy, Mr. G. M. Ribble, superintendentof 200 people went by train and automo-

Tidings have been recevied of the I II unkempt store? They would take it the Postal Telegraph company, bile to Apopka, and from there to I W. S. BRANCH,

marriage of Mr. A. Laurie Robinson -I for a junkshop and get the idea that with headquarters in Atlanta, ar- the springs, where the day was spentin I The Arcade Book and Music Store

formerly of Orlando, but of recent -I the goods are old and secondhandstock. rived in Orlando last night. He is a boating, bathing and playing

years connected with the law The bright store with fresh guest of the San Juan. games. There was no one who did i

firm of F. W. Butler & Co., Jackson- goods well displayed and advertisedI not spend a day of royal good times, I
I I NOTICEOf The said land being assessed at the date of
ville, to Miss Maude Altman, an attractive -'properly is the store that's always' Mr. J. M. Maddox, of Fort Meade, and it was a happy crowd that returned the issuance of such certificate in the name
young lady of that city. ,busy.THE. 'I I arrived in Orlando last night. to the city in the evening. Application for Tax Deed, Under Section of Unless Thos. Walter said certificate heirs. shall be redeemed
Law. of Florida
8 of Chapter 4888
according to law tax deed will thereonon
Notice is hereby given that D. B. Sphaler, the 13th day of October, A. D. 1913.
of Taft Fla., purchaser of tax certificate No. Witness my official signature and seal this
I II II II I II I II III==I1111 n MMMMHIMIiIHMIIilliiiMMI' '1 156, dated the 6th day of July, A. D. 1908, the 12th day of September A. D. 1913.
I I .. has filed said certificate in my office and has (Seal., B. M. ROBINSON,
I I ., made application for tax deed to issue in ac- Circuit Clerk, Orange County. Florida.
cordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe
following described property, situated in
Orange county, Florida to-wit: The Sentinel does commercial print-
: Northwest quarter of southeast quarter the best
ing as good as
II section 26, township 23 south, range 28 east

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here today that Edwin Gould, Eng., Sept. 10.-The :
' brother of George J. Gould, attractedby claim that he has established beyond : in all the new numbersat

the feat of Harold McCormick, of a scientific doubt persistence of I Cleanliness Of Quality \
Chicago, as a commuter by hydro:life after what is called death, was :
aeroplane, has purchased two of these I made in a speech by Sir Oliver Lodge, : -
machines for his own use. president of the British Association, : FRESH AND SALT MEATS
which opened its annual meeting here
While Mr. Gouldcould not be seen FISH AND GAME
personally, one of his sons said at the today.It McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
Gould country home at Ardsley-on- has been known for more than Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the-Hudson that his father for some five years that Sir Oliver was con- STOREA
time had been considering the pur- vinced of the existence of disembodied Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
spirits. He claims that since that
chase of one or more hydroaeroplanes. and pure.
Mr. Gould recently spent some time time he has made discoveries which j full line of Lace Embroideries
studying the mechanism of Mr. Mc- absolutely sweep away all doubt. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have f ,
Cormick's flying boat at Lake Forest, The present meeting of the British everything in the Meat Line. Ladies' Muslin Underwearand
Association, one of the foremost sci-
near Chicago, and it is said that he
decided to place orders for two elab- entific bodies in the world, will be de-
orate machines, one built for speed voted chiefly to spiritism. Of the I The PARLOR MARKET GinghamFor
only and the other to be the largestever thirty papers to be read,twent-seven School Dresses
built, to accommodate six per- of them will bear on this topic in

one phase or another.Set H. M. Self & Co.
sons.Although Mr. Gould could launchhis
\ Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
Frte in Vermont
hydroaeroplanes in the Hudson, J8-20 PINE STREET

near his home in Ardsley, it is said ..' .. .. .. .. ... '
that he does not contemplate makinghis .A ve rill1., Sept. 10-Harry K. Phone No. 80 -
Thaw arrived here at 9 a. m. He had
first flight on the Hudson, but
along the coast between New London been released by the Canadian immi- .+MMMIMItMMMIIMMMMMMHMIIIIillMIHIMLanjers Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayELECIRIC

and New York. He hopes; it is said, gration authorities when his automo-
to all the from New London, bile crossed the Vermont line at Nor- I I II
go way Dumbfounded "It
Conn., to Palm Beach, Fla., some time ton Mills, four miles away, and at II
next month. this hour was an absolutely free man, Montreal, ]10. The members I' t

PEARY RECOVERS RECORDSLEFT as New nobody on York hand representing or to the take State him.the of Vermontwas State of of lawyers Harry here K.Sept.Thaw's were-family dumbfounded and his, i Illf L[ T II VACUUM CLEANER[ lf

when they learned the fugitive had
Thaw was a very much astonishedman
been deported."I .
when the Canadian
New York, Sept. 10.-Gen. ThomasH. immigration am simply paralyzed," said J N. 0s
officials told him at Norton Mills he
Hubbard, president of the Peary Greenshields, K. C., the leader of off.D
free to wherever he liked. He
Arctic club, made public today the was go Thaw's board of lawyers. "I can not
out of the Canadian automobileand Have house
got room
news of a second return by a Dane of understand it. With a writ of prohi- your
important records left by Admiral stood gazing helplessly around bition and habeas corpus out, it seems'' .
when the who had cleaned without dust
Peary in the polar regions.The lo me to be utterly impossible to be- or
followed him offered him room in
government of Denmark, lieve. It is all beyond me. It certainly ;
through its minister to the United their car. He gladly accepted the is a disgrace to the country, moving furniture .
offer. LEARN ABOUTour
States, has sent to Admiral Pearythe and to our administration of law. ,
record he deposited in a cairn at "This thing has been such a sur- "All we can do, if Thaw has been I quality confections by a trial pur-
Navy Cliff on the northeast coast of prise to me," he said, "that I don't forced across the line, is to bring I chase of a pound box of our
know yet what I shall do." The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
Greenland in July, 1892. Twenty Robertson, the assistant superintendent CHOCOLATESBON
years later, on July 22, 1912, the rec- -- -- I of the immigration department, BONS
ord was recovered by the Danish explorer -I Speeding Through New Hampshire | before the court of king's bench; but| A "pointer" for the person wantingthe perienced man.

Knud Rasmussen. | Stewartson, N. H., Sept. 10.Harry what good will that do us?" I best at a reasonable price-the

K. Thaw reached Stewartson Mr. Greenshields received a tele- utmost in purity and deliciousness. SEE THEM FOR TERMS
Manchester, Vt., Sept. 10.-William shortly after 10 o'clock. No attempt! gram from Thaw's secretary, notify-:Daintily packed and in the original
Travers Jerome, New York's special was made to arrest him here. He' ing him that Thaw had been takento shapes and variety'of flavors.BIH'S .

representative in the Thaw case, stood about the village square for Norton Mills, Vt. I
learned unofficially of the deportationof Handy Kitchen
about fifteen minutes.
Thaw from Canada an hour after tered his automobile without They re-en- With Us Always I B -----
the Matteawan fugitive had been put nouncing his destination. About an-11 Short the nation may be of cows,|Rowe & Winebrenner- the PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ L C01 Int

over the line into this state. Cana- o'clock he stopped at a farm house sheep, goats and other things on I ''J,
dian officials, he said, had promisedto near Stewartson, and then continuedhis which people feed ,but the country i, Room ll-McXeill&Da\BI'd
notify him of any steps taken and apparently never will be short of -- ,-
journey. I' UHUI CII STREETTothosewhoKnowsVe
he was awaiting such official notifi- those who feed on the public.-Phil-I REAL ESTATE

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having married more than The Boys' Clollii FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St. ; .
General Plumbing and Beating Contractor Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction 1 ;
last five
one thousand couples in the
The most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumb- | PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants I
years, during which time he has kept 43 W. Church Street j ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures. ,
track of the couples following the Estimates Cheerfully Chen. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable [ '
ceremony, William Rice, justice of Money to loan on improved prop SEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 cta PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.HilMMMMIIMHMMMMiMIIIIIMIMIMIIMIIIIII.
I who Electric
use Signs never lose
the peace of Denver, Colo., and some- erty. S. y WAY. 4
times called the "marrying justice," their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
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25 says until First and no he and that woman is thirty.foremost no should man And, should marry Justice when marry under Rice they, ORLANDO O BANK A K a TRUST I COMPANY A f : like they trade an command within irresistible its the reach attention magnet: That, of drawing( buyers.is the all reason the

do marry, says the justice, they ,
' should both be the same age or the! Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. For Every Store OwnerNo
bride should be older, not younger,
than the groom. Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. matter how small his business the Elec-
"The idea of marrying to grow up
together," said Justice Rice, "is Statement As Rendered to the Comp- tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
wrong-all wrong. It means that the I' troller at the Close of Business advertising.Phone .
young people will indulge themselves June 30th, 1913 for call
: our Sign Designer to and sub.
in childish quarrels. l RESOURCESBanking
"The educated woman, despite the House, Furnitureand mit a sketch.

general belief, makes the best wife. Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
The woman should be better educated k t'' Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 '

than the husband. Overdrafts ............... 83.98
"Every couple should be engagedat ; Stocks and Bonds....... 26,018.33
least one year. During that time 'y y Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088,11 ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT m.
the girl should gather a trousseau '- '
sufficient to last three years. It takesa } t tl I $661,647.12
man three years to find his bearings ? !t x LIABILITIES COOK WITH GAS

as head" of a household and start : #: y CApital .................$100,000.00Surplus IUOO MtMHiMilHIIIMtCiMMMMIIMHilMOMlltMMMMMHMtMUMIHOiOlt .
a' nest egg. and Undivided

4? ''i Profits ................ 33,889.11
QUAKES TOO MUCH FOR Deposits ................ 527,758.01

Orleans, $661,647.12 Innoc rr T lTr but !
Sept 10.Twentythree - -- - once
earthquakes within twentyfourhours g. The officers and directors of the Or- '
at Guatemala City has disrupted :: ,, lando Bank and Trust Co. desire toe
the American diplomatic service to call the attention of its depositors and @
the extent that A. N. Collier, the friends and the citizens of Orlandoto
newly-appointed secretary of the legations the above statement The management RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
,. has given up his post 1 i --." II s of the Bank feels that this showing DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
Mr. Collier today is on his way to w reflects the conservative, sane and Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
Washington, having arrived in New Mj, progressive methods employed in this estate.
Orleans after remaining only a short financial institution. Strength begeta
time in Guatemala. He said that be- confidence, and strength is no where SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
ing a secretary in a Central American displayed better by a bank than in
legation was hardly worth the i United State Government State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. On the Map Before Seminole County
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
nerve-racking he and Mrs.
HMtMMIMMMj Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
Collier had on the night of August MMMMitlMH
you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
30 and during August 31, when the
city felt the effects of twenty-three Sheep Manure Fertilizer
distinct earth shocks. Mr. Collier FIVE ACRE TRACTS
formerly attached to the American WRIGHT -----FOR---
was REALTY & SBBD CO. Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
embassy at London. ESTATE I'' Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
OUTSIDE OPINIONS ., ?:Our Business i Gar en Track or flowers change.for clearing.PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays


after the passage of the Does NOT Burn until you own the deed.
currency bill and the tariff measure,
the country won't know 'which to .1"'IIII'I.'I..I.II..II .tl.el..II.IC.III..it.J1 .t'i.... '..,.... ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
blame, whatever the results.Cleveland
Room 2. Watkins Block.
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And Morning Comes Wo Mo SLEMONS
Benighted Easterners who still
think of Oklahoma as part of the 4ur

Wild West will take note that the READ THE SENTINEL F FOR THE NEW
anti-race track law goes into effect

October 3. The world is getting very fall foods be 1 1We In I

Kray.-Springfield Republican. .:! ew ow Coming -- - --

We Extend to You an Invitationnow I: n O ____ .

to call at our sample rooms :
number 11 Arcade Bldgn to look over : ;
our selection of OUT 600 Suitings i!<' sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

for Autumn and Winter, 1913. You+I: made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. Artificial Stone
j II :
should not let another day pass before I: Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

you make your selections. : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. I

When you have your measure taken : I Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
I & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
you don't have to walk out of our : I Foundations_ all styles of Concrete

place "Hoping it will be right. You : .. !I Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof
Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
can be sure of it. We will Guarantee :

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T. Ptcton Wulow. Victim.Howtri ft. Wttm How* Oukfar (Continued from first page.) i

C. Bbeock. AM' Cutler Samuel A.Newell,Last Catkin nominated by the Democrats and the i
fusionists. The former is headed by

Edward E. McCall, former chairmanof
THESTATE the public service commission of

this district.

The mayor's renomination was

BANK brought about by no particular polit- .
ical faction or party, but representedonly r .

his personal popularity. Politi- ..
cians who discussed his death today .
expected that his followers would f

of OrlandoTHE make no attempt to nominate a can- c$44i

I didate in his place. No other placeson ,I, 5 ,1TfU t rW
the Gaynor ticket have yet been

(OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF filled. ( : A Bank Account
Mayor Gaynor was placed at the /

head of the independent ticket after
Tammany Hall had refused him a re-
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND nomination. He was to lead those / NO 10069 ir lt

who opposed the regular Democratic Banking Service

organization and yet were unwillingto
The Bank which transacts more business than join the fusion of Republicans and 7X4

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Progressives. His standard was the

shovel, reminding voters of his effortsto

hasten the building of the new
DEPOSITORY subways. The mayor also said it was An account with us means more than merely accepting
emblematic of his intention of "clean
the grafters out." your deposits or making loans.

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up The passing of Mayor Gaynor recalled -

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound the sudden death of Henry ; Particular attention is given your individual circumstances -
George, of single tax fame, and a
careful attention to the and every detail is considered to protect
banking principles with legitimate third party candidate, almost on the

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis eve of the New York mayoralty election what you have and help you increase it.

reuected in the large amount of deposits. some years ago. ;

Secretary Adamson received the Call and talk over your affairs with us. "It is a
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 cablegram announcing the mayor's

death while he was at his home in pleasure to serve you."

I FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS t Brooklyn. Mr. Adamson notified Mrs.

Gaynor at the mayor's country homeat
St. James and then endeavored to
Our correspondent_ banks are located in every part of
reach by telephone Adolph L. Kline,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the the acting mayor, who will be New

United States. York's chief executive until the inauguration -

of Mayor Gaynor's suc- I

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ED JUMP RETURNS FROM unsuccessful. Colonel Kline had left The Only


early breakfast and at 10 o'clock had
Orange County.HlilMlllllliMII .
Ed Jump and James Walsh returned not heard of the mayor's death. At
AGAINST last night from Jacksonville, that hour the flags on the city hall i

where they went in response to a tel- were half-masted by Mr. Adamson's

egram conveying the intelligence of orders. " " " " " '\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hi\ Ml. :::::::::::::
BANK WRECKER WHO WAS PAR. the suicide of Jack Preston, and ask- Mayor Gaynor's death recalls the<

DOMED BY IMPEACHED GOVERNOR ing disposition of the remains. attempt on his life made by an as- -
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belonged to the local Moose club, and On this occasion the mayor had decided -
TO PRISON had addressed a letter to Mr. Jump to take a brief vacation abroad

telling him of his intentions to kill under much the same circumstances 1NEWandWinter

Kingston, N. Y., Sept. 11.-Justice himself and requesting that he make as those under which he left here a ,, .

Hasbrouck of the state supreme court disposition of his effects that were at week ago. He was standing on the

today decided that Governor Sulzer I the home of Mr. M. E. Weeks, where deck of the steamer Kaiser Wilhelmder

was regularly impeached and while he had boarded while in Orlando. Grosse, talking with friends and i Ml Suits and Coats
trial was -
awaiting impeachment The body was in such a decomposer the center of a group of city officials
of the right to exercise his condition when it was found that the at the time.. ,

executive functions, including the coroner ordered it to be buried imme. Into this friendly gathering JamesJ. ,

power to pardon. diately, so there was nothing for the Gallagher, the would-be assassin, ARRIVING NOW
The question of the legality of Sul- Orlando friends of the dead man to made his way unobserved. When .
zer's impeachment came before Jus. do when reached Jacksonville close the .
they to mayor he drew a revolver .
tice Hasbrouck in connection with ha-, except to verify the newspaper accounts and fired a shot. The bullet pene- i

beas corpus proceeding brought to' of the tragedy. trated :Ir. Gaynor's throat. He suf- w.

compel the New York city authoritiesto Nothing has yet been heard to indicate fered from this injury for many ..

honor Governor Sulzer's pardon of that Preston had any very near weeks, but finally recovered to a suf- w.

Joseph G. Robin, the banker convict. relatives. He left no property, and ficient degree to enable him to resume .

lie decided that Robin's pardon was the expense of his burial was paid his duties, and was apparentlynone ..

invalid, quashed the writ and sent by the Moose club. the worse for his experienceuntil .

Robin back to prison at 'Blackwell's recently, when the wound beganto F are the newest and choicest
island. COST ONE CENT TO KILL trouble him again.

Attorneys representing Sulzer and MAN IN KENTUCKY Gallagher had been dismissed from THEY of this coming season,
Robin had argued that the impeachment -
the dock department of New York
was illegal because voted by the Munfordsville, Ky., Sept. 11.-One under Mayor Gayror, and had repeatedly of the famous Printzessline
assembly at a special session which cent and costs was the fine fixed to- endeavored to induce the
was not called expressly to decide day by the jury here which heard the to reinstate him. For his crime mayor he L. & C. S. Star line, and the

that question. The court refused to evidence in the case of Walter Gallo- was sentenced to twelve years' im
this contention. The decision Gem line. These the lines
sustain way, charged with involuntary man- prisonment. After little more thana are that
upheld the argument of the New York slaughter for Bliss
killing Richardson.
year in prison he was transferredto
counsel who maintainedthat have built Coat and Suit Business -
corporation At a former trial he was sen- the New Jersey state hospital for : we our
the assembly when it impeachedacted tenced to twenty-one years in the the insane at Trenton, and died there
in a judicial and not a legisla- penitentiary, but was granted a new last February. I: on. There are none better.
tive capacity and was properly in ses trial.
Every day we are getting more
sion.The I Will Bring Body Back on LusitaniaGaynor's : ,
assembly voted to impeach RESIGNS ON ACCOUNT
and invite to and them.
come see
Governor Sulzer in the morn-
early OF CAUCUS METHODS body will be transferred :

ing of August 13. Although it was to the Lusitania at Queenstown tomorrow : You will be entertained and pleased.We .
reported immediately that the gover- Special to The SentinelWashnigton and brought back to New
nor would seek to overturn the assem- Sept. 11.-Representative York. fast
are getting our upstairsline
bly's action by recourse to the courts, Sidney Anderson of Minnesota

Justice Hasbrouck's decision todaywas tonight tendered his resignation as a ALLEGED ATTEMPT TOKIDNAP of Ready-to-Wear goods in shapefor
the first ruling made by any member of the ways and means com- THAW

court on the legality of the impeach- mittee. He gave as his reason intense the fall business.
dissatisfaction with Democraticcaucus
ment. Special to The Sentinel.
Arguments on the validity of the methods. Lancaster, N. H., Sept. 11.-What

writ of habeas corpus were heard is believed to have been an attempt to
here Monday. The questions raised EXPLOSION IN MINE KILLS kidnap Thaw was frustrated this

were, first, whether Governor Sulzerwas TWO AND ENTOMBS )LXrSP"Cial evening by Sheriff Drew.

impeached; second, whether he
was divested of his powers pending
trial. Batesville, Ark., Sept. 11.-An explosion CANT FIGHT
in a mine here today killed

two men and entombed forty others New York, Sept. 11.-There will
for half an hour. The two killed be no bout between Gunboat Smith

Motion Pictures of Quality were blown a hundred feet into the and Sam Langford at Madison Square
air and were torn to pieces. Garden N.
Pictures Changed Daily September 19 nor any other

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4 Big Reels 4 BASEBALL RESULTS IN Athletic commission exists. At a

"The Toll of War" (Bison). A THE BIG LEAGUESSpecial meeting of the commissioners man-
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magnificent three-reel civil war dra. gers of Smith and Langford requested - - - -
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ma. Many spirited battle scenes anda that the rule adopted last year
National League Results BLAME FOR DRUG VICTIMS ive research that medical science cians. He said 50 per cent of drug
beautiful love story in which Pres- preventing negroes and white men
Pittsburp, 1; New York 4. be PLACED UPON PHYSICIANS'within I!i I a short time will have been users become so through taking drugs
ident Lincoln and his slayer, Booth, fighting changed, but the commission -
Chicago, 5; Brooklyn, 6. refused entirely revolutionized with respectto prescribed during illness and declaredthat
take an active part. Over 1,000 peo- do it.
Cincinnati, 12; Boston, 11. the treatment of this malady. physicians are more dangerousthan
ple in the cast."Superstitious. Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 11.-
St. Louis, 2; Philadelphia, 8. druggists in this
Mary" (Nestor). An-! American Results GUNNER MOIR KNOCKED OUT I The curing of rabies by the use of'!!! He told of administering injections respect. He
other of those great laugh producers.I League quinine was the subject of an addressby 'I'of quinine to a patient a short time. favored state legislation against phy.
New York, 4 St. Louis 0.
; i sicians and druggists,
Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10. I Boston, 2 Detroit, 15. London, Sept. 11.-Bombardier Dr. L. D. Harris, of St. Louis, be- ago and said that within a week the minimizing the
; practice of prescribing
Admission 5 cents to all. 7 Wells, champion of England, last fore the American Health association patient was discharged from his care. strong drugsto
Washington, ; Cleveland, 3. those addicted to their
Coming soon! "Thus Saith the night retrieved his previous defeat at today. Dr. Harris submitted the results -- Dr. C. E. Terry, health officer of use.
Philadelphia, 4; Chicago, 1. Eugene E. Howe of
Lord," a wonderful Biblical featurein the hands of "Gunner Jim" Moir, the of a treatment with quinine in Jacksonville, Fla., in a paper on Drug Wellesly col-

two parts.Subscribe LOST-Liver colored pointer with ex-champion, by knocking him out in accordance with the theory of Dr. Habitues and Their Bearings on the lege Physical, read Education.a paper on Hygiene and

city tag 91. Please notify Butt's the fifth round. The fight took placein Virgil H. Moon, recently announced, Public Health and Welfare, laid the
for The Daily Sentinel. Kandy Kitchen. ti Canterbury music hall, London. and gave as his opinion from exhaust. blame for drug victims upon physi- Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.