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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1911.
13 -ETY i (Continued from Page Twelve) ; Mlxa Israel has many friends in the city who are very glad indeed to hear the good news of her return. NOVEL CLOTHS. ' - Some novel cloths for Small square ' tables are cut in the shape of a Mal- tese cross, the four sides being con ; zsected by a soft, broad ribbon insert' & In buttonholed runners, cut at the b corners and tied in a smart bow. The ' sides do not meet close. A ball fringe - edges the whole. A design of a poppy ' or sunflower roughly outlined on the , hanging sides has the runner . "silts" li cut so that the ribbon forms the cen r ter of the flower. Colored casing linen Pis the most effective materia, and -is suitable for little occasional tables for bungalow and garden use. The ma terial may be cut so that two sides, op posite each other, may hang some four to five inches longer than the other two, but the ribbon runner must be on the same level on each. r UNFRAYED 8CALLOP8. ' Borne housekeepers object to the t buttonholed scallop on embroidery, be V cause it frays in washing. This can I . be overcome in several ways. The ; surest Is to buttonhole a second time ' over the purled edge, when the scallop ' has been worked and cut out. Another method Is to run the outline . of the scallop with machine sitichlng ' before buttonholing. Or in cutttlng (. leave a narrow margin and turn back under the scallop and hem to the ma- ' teriaL ' . If these are too much trouble, at least wash the linen before cutting v out. The material shrinks and is r. much less likely to fray. Where the t ' entire piece is not washed, the em ' broldered edge can be dipped in luk , warm water for a few minutes, then i Ironed dry and later cut out close to .. the purled edge. CLEANSING VEILS. Disregard of the condition of the face veils habitually worn has more than once been the cause of a poor "complexion. Unless the veil is of good quality and, above all, unless it is $ clean, there is no end to the harm that l- It can do to the skin. This is obvious h, once a person remembers that the y meshes' worn over the face press close ly against the complexion, and that with every turn of the head there is a ; slight friction. If there is the least dust in the material or a dye so cheap as to be injurious has been used in Its manufacture,'' eruption of the skin is almost inevitable. Continued use of a dusty veil will cause blackheads, which will appear until the veil is given up. No veil should be worn more than ' twice without cleansing, for In the ( street It catches all the dust and re f' tains it, more than does the complex is Ion. 1 Fortunately an alcohol bath takes i' only a mdment to give and if a veil is wrapped Immediately smoothly about a i large stick, such as a piece of broom ; handle, It jiT later look like new. . To give the bath, a small quantity of grain, not wood, alcohol. Is poured Into a china basin and the veil 1m mersed. It is not squeezed nor rubbed during the process. Drying takes only m, moment. If the alcohol appears to fee very dirty a rinse will be required, ; - tout this happens only when a veil has ' been used a long time without cleans L tor. - UA The alcohol may be bottled and. used r over again until It is soiled. ? t MR. EUGENE HERRING IMPROVING SLOWLY. The many friends of Mr. Eugene Herring will be glad to hear that he . Is Improving slowly, after a serious Illness In Mobile. Mr. Herring has many friends here who 'are watching his condition with much interest. CONCERNING WOMEN. Mrs. Cornelia Templeton Jewett has been put In full charge of the publicity bureau of the national council of "wo man vdters. Mrs. Emma Smith De Voe'was elected delegate to represent the national council at the coming meeting of the International "Woman Suffrage alliance in Stockholm. The Broadside is the name of a new publication in the interests of the wo men surcragists, wnicn was sold on the streets of New York last week by the women themselves. They had news bags and filled them with papers, Continued on Page Fourteen.) B0PE1ATIQN WasCiired byLydiaE.Pink r ham's Vegetable Compound Elwood, Ind.M Tour remedies hare '. cured xae and I "have only taken six bottles of Lydia E. Pin&hanVs Vegeta- pie compound, i I vas sick three Ylnot walk. I suf- sHfered all tb.6 time. The cbetors said I could nqt get well without an opera tion, for I could hard It stand the pains in my sides, especially my right one, and down my richt letr. I be ran f. to feel better when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on as I was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs. ; Badib MuiXiCT. 2723 Nm B. St., El ."Wood, Ind. - Why will women take chances with J an operation or drag out a sickly, v- half-hearted existence, missing three ? fourths of the Joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female Ills, and has cured thousands of women who hare been troubled with such ail ments as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregulari ties, periodic pains, backache, indiges i tion, and nervous prostration. If you hare the slightest doubt that IiTdia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound will help you, write to Mrs. Pinkhara at Xynn, t Mass for advice. Tour letter will be absolutely confidential, cad the advice Xxee, : i MANY DOLLARS' WORTH OF . STYLE BUT NOT A PENNY CHARGED FOR IT! I To buy millinery "right" is to pay for quality 1 of materials and skill of ' workmanship plus a moderate mihnincr's profit. v V- - ! And these" elements for selling-cost v do not mean high prices! "Fancy prices" for - millinery ought to insure the -quick extinction of that milliner. . V " And you ought to help "extinguish" any milliner who charges for so-called . "style ;" for actual style ' does not cost you anything at all ! All trimmed hats going now at special prices. MILLINERY Ready - to - Wear Store 9 and 11 S. Palafox. "If It Isn't an Eastman, It Isn't a Kodak" Take a k6dXK With You I.F you're going on or near the dreadnaughts or in the woods, or going, out for an. auto spin, take a Kodak with you. There are" hundreds of beautiful scenes and interesting incidents of which 4you-ire cer tain to wish that you had a few Kodak "reminders." Having one with you will enable you to thoroughly JOHNSON'S- BOOK STORE 109 South Palafox. FEDERAL GW , JURY FAILED TO GET TRUE BILLS JUDGE SHEPPARD, HOWEVER, INSTRUCTS FEDERAL OFFICERS TO SEE THAT THE LAW IS NOT VIOLATED ON SANTA ROSA IS LAND. No indictments were returned y the federal grand Jury against parties sell ing liquor or gambling on Santa Rosa Island, although the jury In Its final presentment stated that sufficient evi dence had been secured to show that the law has been violated. When the Jury made its present ment Judge Shepard instructed the court officials to be on the alert and to make arrests where there are viola tions of the law. taking, the offending parties before a United States com missioner for trial. The presentment of the Jury Is as follows: To the Honorable William B. Shep pard. Judge: The grand Jury for the term com mencing May 8, 1911; respectfully pre sent to the court the following: We have finished the Investigation of all cases that have been brought before us. and ask that we be finally discharged. "We deem It our duty to call to the court's attention some facts relative to violations of the law at Santa Rosa island. While we have not been able to secure sufficient evidence to warrant Indictments against individuals for gambling at the island, nevertheless it is quite plain that the law is being vio lated in that respect, and that gam bling is being openly practiced about the landings and pavilions on Santa Rosa island, and on excursion boats plying between Pensacola and the island. From the evidence we have had before us we feel constrained to say that" this practice has been so open that it is hardly conceivable that the proprietors of the pavilions and the masters of the vessels can be Ignorant of the fact. In view of the fact that Santa Rosa Island is one of Pensacola's chief amusement resorts, and for the further reason that such practice is violating the law, we urgently recommend that the attention of the proper ..author! ties DEPARTMENT. T7 'i Phone 568. .enjoy your outing, and the pictures will fur nish you with whole some and lasting pleasure, and yet the cost is very trifling. Brownies cost from $1 to $12; Kodaks from $5 to $50. CITYTAXES Discounts, Interest and - Penalties. Discounts. per cent if paid In October. ' ltt Per cent, if paid in November. 1 per cent, if paid in December. January, net. Interest Added. per cent if paid in February. 1 J4 per cent. If paid In March. " J J per cent If paid in April. S per cent if paid tn May. S per cent if paid before June 15. Interest and Penalties Added 13 per cent June 15 to July 1. U per cent July 1 to Aug. 1. ' 15 per cent Aug. 1 to Sept 1. , Advertised for sale In September. Statements may be obtained at any time by calling at office In city hall. Under the law no more statements will be mailed. J. C. WHITING, ' Tax Collector. City of Pensacola. be called to this condition. Respectfully submitted, this the 12th day of May, 1911. . JOHN MILTON, JJU Foreman of the Grand Jury. LEOPOLD MATER, Clerk of the Grand Jury. TO ORGANIZE MILITARY CO. GENERAL FOSTER AND COL. GIB BONS WILL BE IN PENSACOLA THIS WEEK TO LOOK AFTER PROPOSED NEW MILITARY OR GANIZATION. General J. Clifford R. Foster, of St Augustine, commanding the state troops, and Colonel Cromwell Gibbons, of Jacksonville, will be in Pensacola this week and will take up the matter or organizing one or more military companies here. They will reach Pen sacola Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. -The desirability of a good military Are You Appreciative of Summer Comfort ? ' - And not only comfort in summer, but comfort, convenience and good cheer the year round. A home well equipped with furniture and furnishings with genuine QUALITY in them, will always be a home of comfort and happiness. The way to have such a home, the way to make such a home is by the M. & Q. way, The Easy Way, and the way a great many of late have been taking with much pleasure and economy to themselves. . , GET THE HABIT THE M. & Q. HABIT; IT'S THE EASY WAY! ; Jo PL I! n - H I v Here's a massively-built suite of furniture of the dresser has a fine plate mirror 36 by 40 inches, swelled and ask about the price it's a surpriser. As a Reminder . Refrigerator goodness means- pure roods, which In turn meant good health? for the family. Don't take chances get . a good one while you're getting a HOUSEHOLD refrigerator economical to buy economical In the consumption of Ice easy to clean, perfect In refrigera tion, $14 to $45 Buy Now Pay Later HI organization In ..Pensacola has long been -recognixecL-- Tn city lor years supported three crack companies and they were the pride of the citizens as well as of the officers and men who composed them. . For several years, however, Pensa cola has not had a military organiza tion and it is believed that a very large number of young men will now be glad-to co-operate in forming one or more. When General Foster and Colonel Gibbons reach the city, they will prob ably call for volunteers. In the mean time, all young men Vho would like to became members of the proposed new company may leave their names at The Journal office. , . ' DON'T FORGET McMillan's Cash Inaugura tion Sale starts Wednesday, May 17. It's $ $ $ to you if you attend. Mabel That story you Just told is about fifty years old. 'Maude And you haven't forgotten It in all that time? Toledo Blade. J Useful Scenery! "You seem enthusi astic about the Alps." "Yes; the glaciers made fine back grounds for photographs of our party." Good Business Proposition Your Money Back if Digestit Does Not Relieve Your Indigestion or Dyspepsia All the local druggists have a supply of DIGESTIT, the new, guaranteed remedy for stomach troublea They have instructions to refund your money if you are not ' satisfied that DIGESTIT helps you. Buy DIGESTIT with the distinct un derstanding that you trill -come back ( Table Chair for baby. Has cane - or wood seat, with very wide base, which prevents chair turning over, $1.50 mmmmmmmmm I ' L . . II "IJU H.ilHiM!L!tl.IHilLIUt , . -., WBWIBi PI I I mi BteM 3 a ...".v.vi;-.:x'i;;;..v.".:;::f.v.v.iw.-.vrt,.,."."-.vii i w.v.vsj.- av.v.v.i;:jv;v.v.v:v.i:jav;v.ii.'.v.,.i.v.'M 108-110 &ouih Palafox St. Pen&etcola, FletA PR M RAILROAD 11 FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT MAPOTH ER IS HERE CONFERRING WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS WILL BE CITY UNTIL -MONDAY. IN First Vice-President Mapother, of the Louisville St Nashville Railroad, 3 among the prominent visitors in the' Deep "Water City today, having arrived vesterday. Mr. Mapother is here on a special visit to confer with local officials con cerning matters of importance in con nection with the railroad, and will re main here until Monday. to .the druggist and demand your money bacjk, if it does not make good. DIGESTIT is a simple, harmless remedy, containing no harmful drugs or narcotics. Small tablets, easy to take. Put up in convenient form for pocket or hand bag. It has been found to relieve dyspepsia. Indigestion, heart burn, sour stomach, and other troubles PENSACOLA ) o finest quartered oak, highly polished, hand carved; the front, and big roomy drawers 52-inch case. Drop in i i ni Another Grand Victory for Quaker Mr. Peter Delano, Prominent Business Man, After Being Near Death's Door, is Cured by Quaker Extract. Mr. Peter Delano, who is one of Pensacola's best known business men, having a furnishing goods business at 60i S. Palafox St, suffered for years with catarrh of the stomach and a liver complaint. His kidneys were also effected. He went to springs to relief, but got none. He suffered un told agonies for two solid years, during-which time he tried every known treatment for his case, but without results. Ills condition became so se rious he was obliged to remain in feed, and was repldly dwindling to nothing. He lost weight until he got down to 117 pounds. His wife called on the Tr UTannthftr rATWoiTit(f th rail. fNoad in the conference held yesterday at which It was decided to Invite the state representatives to Pensacola next week, and stated that, he would en deavor to obtain a low rate on the road for the occasion. of the digestive organs. Relieves quick ly and naturally. If you're not willing to try DIGEST IT on your druggist's guaranty, write to the Digestit Co., Jackson, Miss... They will send you a coupon for which your druggist will deliver to you a full size SOc package of DIGESTIT without charge. Try it today. You ean't lose. Mattings, Linoleums, ; Twistweave Rugs Vudor Porch Shades, Vudor Hammocks, Mosquito Bars Get 'em now I Buy Now Pay Later Qauker Health Teacher who has been at Balkcom's drug store, and got a, treatment of Quaker Extract. Mr. De Lano used It faithfully for a little over two months, and now, after taking six bottles. Is a new man. He now weighs 160 pounds and has a fine color, where as he was formerly as yellow as gold. He can eat anything, sleeps well, is feeling better than in many months and says "Quaker is certainly a grand medicine." Call at Balkcom drug store, 17 South Palafox street, and obtain the Quaker Herb Extract. $1.00, three for 12.50. Oil of Balm, 25 cents. "My husband Is a mean man." -Why so?" "Just because my mother is coming to see us, he's gone and Invited his." Louisville Courier-Journal MCMILLAN'S CASH Inauguration sale starts Vednesday. Don't forget the saving opportunities for you. "What do you mean by asking a quarter when you announce on the door; 'First-class hair-cut, 15 cents T" "Yes, sir; but you haven't got flrst class hair." Tramp Kin I git a bite to eat here Woman Yes, if you'll saw that pUe of wood. Tramp (sizing up the Job) I ain't askin' for no $10-a-plate banquet, lady. Boston Transcript. Knickei" Was subbubs disappointed in his home? Bocker Yes; what he took to be the henhouse turned out to be the bun galow. New York Sun. MCMILLAN'S CASH Inauguration Sale starts Wednesday. Don't forget the saving opportunities for you.