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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 2 1913.
OC EVENTS PERSONAL INTERESTING Bv CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON IP TV 1 JLJ 1 I PEOPLE Continued from Pg 10. ettM, soberly modeled, awakened the Idea of organic indigence and ill health. The fat man rejoiced in be ing fat. It was only when respira tion became difficult that he . climbed the paths c Oertel or called to his aid the complacent nymph of the wells of Marlenbad. - ' "So It was a conquest in the history of physiology, when the. misdeeds of matter out of place were discovered. Fat welghtena the tissues and impedes their work. It diminishes vital ener gy and renders the organism old. It prepares the way for premature decay and death. Possibly the process is re versed; the formation and accumula tion of fat may be the consequence of a defective utilization of the ailments absorbed, of insufficient chemical ac tion, of a want of vital energy. In the one case or the other fat shows that the organism is .neither normal nor vigorous functionally.' AMERICAN DRESSMAKERS SAY THEY CAN EXCEL FRENCH; HERE'S U. S. CREATION' REPORT OF WOMANS' RELIEF ASSOCIATION. The regular monthly meeting of the Womans Relief Association was held at the residence of Mrs, R. A. Hyer en Thursday, February 17th. The report of Capt. Bouterse Is as follows: Number applications for help. 12. Number families given groceries, Z. Number persons given aid. It. Number free meals given, 45. Number free lodgings given, 1C ' Number calls made, 87. Number of garments given, BO. Number for whom situations were found, 4. Total valuation of all relief given, 1102.50. Causes of distress: gidarssa; 6; out ef work, . Committee appointed for March to serve with the assistance of Capt. Bouterse, Mrs. J. S. McOaughey, chairman, Mrs. L H. Aiken, Mrs. Alba Warren. Cases reported- to any one of these ladles or Capt. Bouterse, phone 1602, wis gladly be looked into and aid given. Mrs. J. S. McOaughey. sec and treas. EA8T HILL SEWING CLUB DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED. The Bast Hill Sewing club was de lightfully entertained by Mrs. S. W. Loft in, Friday afternoon, at her home on Chase street. The ladies spent the afternoon in needlework, exchanging Ideas In cro chet and embroidery, and an through j ita social hour there was a ready flow of wit and fun. f Four new members were welcomed and their names added to the mem bership roll. . Delicious tee cream and cake were served during the - . afternoon. . Mrs. Loftin Is a most charming hostess and all thoroughly enjoyed her hospitality. ENJOYABLE SOCIAL GIVEN BY EPWORTH LEAGUE. A most enjoyable social was given by the Epworth league Friday night, February 28th. at the residence of Rev. and Mrs. M. H. Holt, 1008 N. Baylen street. .""A. aengntrui musical program ' ; lit s. v 4 1 it : ix - - - A 1 - -f i l I vV',,vV4 It . I Y T&Jt, 4 h Z I ? 1 i k - fUMiA J: if lil., i,fi -' AVi SAMPLES will be sent you for the j jjj dstviiij; diivmnig you !S ma- want in'new Spring- and Summer goods. ATS ON, PARKER REESE COMPANY Everything to Wear : PARCEL POST packages will be sent you prepaid by us when money; accompanies the SSXX2222222S2SXSX2XSid order for oods wanted- 1 V. V To demonstrate their ability at de- signing gowns excelling the importa tions from France. American dress makers have given their best effort and talent to the most beautiful gowns shown in the country. The photograph demonstrates more ably than words the result of their efforts. ' The gown worn by Miss Rose Leslie, the actress, is the design of Joseph, of New York. It is a Grecian gown of white chiffon with rhlnestone trimmings, with a Grecian key design and rhlnestone girdle. retty Line Boys B ouse Suits We are now displaying these in our window. Neat, dressy-looking Russian and Sailor Blouse Suits, white and colored materials, and trimmed in several stvles splendidlv made in sizes trom rears to iu years. All prices from $1.25 to $3.50 Brand New Line of Boys' Shirts and Blouses MIDDY BLOUSES. For: boys-trongr, white materia!, with red or blue collars good values mm sizes H to 9. prices $1 aud ( (DC BOYS' SOFT SHIRTS. collars dressy Xew styles, plain and negligee, loose - or attached, also cures stripes, patterns and white, sizes 12 tojl4 years. Prices $1. 75c and W J C BOYS BLOUSES. Beautiful line of these clean, new stock, with neckband for stiff collars and other styles. Sizes 5 to 15. e.t T t $1. 75c and I...OOC New Spring Styles of Children's Slippers and Oxfords j Come and see these new Shoes. We have about every shape and style imaginable; fancy or plain leathers, ATTACK ON WEATHER rendered, and a number of -Interest ing games were played. after which refreshments were served. Thos present were: Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. Henderson. Air. and Mrs. M. JT. Bouterse. Mrs. J. C. Griffith. Mrs. Yates, Mr and Mrs. J. T. Mackey, Mr. Geo. Sellers. Mr. Leo Fablslnskl. Mr. Sam Clark. Miss Annie May Hall. Miss Kate Hall. Miss Johnnie Hall. Miss Annie Quick, Miss Mary Wolfe. Miss Claude Meek Klrkpatrlck. Miss Fannie Gavin. Miss Minnie Lee Oliver. Miss Rowena Marsh. Miss Louise Melton, Miss Ethel Twltty. Miss Rosalie Sel lers. Miss Ethel Crowson, Miss Irma Graham. Miss Dimple McMillan. Miss Emma Kate McMillan. Mr. C "W. Egr rart. Miss Yates, Miss Ruth Henderson. MHIKl i . ' n " , i '.':'V''-.:--v:.-. .i' j'l "I dp' PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. Ihe Hlrschman leave today for Was&lnyton and New York. They expect to witness the Inaugura tion at Washington and will then go: to New York, where they will spend about ten days. Miss Elizabeth Scholz leaves today for a visit to friends In . Ohio and Pennsylvania cities. She will be ab sent a month. f Mrs. W. K. Bell, of Wflmlng-ton, N. ! who has been vlsltlnsr relatives !n 1 this city for the past two months, left for her home on Tuesday. Mrs. Bell was much Impressed with Pensacola and her visit was a most delightful one. Miss Marylou Watson, who has been In training at the Pensacola Sanita rium, yesterday graduated as a trained GIRL sura FOR $10,000 BREACH OF PROMISE ALLEGED AGAINST WILLIAM L. HACKER, WHO LIVED IN NEW MADRID HELPED HIM IN POLITICS,-DUT HE BROKE AGREEMENT TO MARRY HER. (Continued om Pago Twelve) Take HBRBIXE for indigestion. It relieves the pain In a few minutes and forces the fermented matter which causes the misery " Into the bowels, where It Is expelled. Price 50c. Soli by all druggists. -,, (Aidv.) Reno, Nev, March 1. In a breach of promise suit filed here yesterday. Miss Anna McEtonald asks damages of $100,000 against William L. Hacker, chief clerk of the State Assembly, now lr session, and a former resident of New Madrid, Mo., where he practiced law. A letter from Hacker to Miss Mc Donald, written Aug. 4, 1912, accom panies the suit. Miss McDonald Is an attractive young woman, 26 years old. I She formerly resided near To ronto, Canada, and Is said to have In herited considerable property at Mon treal, and. Is now Interested In several Nevada enterprises. She carried the papers in the suit to Carson City this morning to be present when they are served upon Hacker. Hacker, who was city attorney at Sparks, Mo., ran for the assembly last fall, but was defeated. He formerly served In the assembly from Nye county.- In her suit Miss McDonald alleges that, having faitn In his prom ise to marry her, she furnlshtd him with large sums of money and with board and lolging equal to $1,000. It was agreed, she says, that they were William L. Moore. In a resolution introduced into the lower house or congress last wees Dy Representative Atkins of New York, William L. aioore, chief of the weather bureau, is charged with enlisting the support of his subordinates In every section of the country In an alleged campaign f or " appo'ntment as secre tary of agriculture under the Wilson administration. Atkins says Moore has distributed promotions worth $600,000 a year among his favored em ployes In his efforts to get' Into Wil son's cabinet. Moore brands the charges as prepos terous. - ' . - 1 ConfirmallonWreaihs " . 25 Cents and Up. Soft Silk Nets and Il lusion Veils, 25 Cents per Yard and Up. Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery, Nos. 11 and 13 E. Indendencla St. Announcement "HP1 in e Hat Si " nop Announcement is herein made that The Hat Shop A Mod em Cut-Price Millinery Store Will Open at 12 East Intendencia St About March 5th. In charge of Miss Alice Levy. A first-class line of up-to-date Millinery will be carried and will be sold at cut prices. Wait for the chance to get away from high priced Millinery. in,all sizes, and prices that we know are low for these qualities, ranging from L Entirely New Footwear for Women, Including "Sorosis." We have many different styles to select from, in all the latest ideas of fashion, whether it be in pumps, strap sandalls, 5-button Oxfords, blind eyelets, low or high heels, rubber soles, or anything that would be worth while for dress, for comfort, for attractiveness. Prices will suit everyone, we know that. Good, perfectly designed and ji?. T tO $ 5 made Shoes, ranging from U-jJ ,U F J The New Suits and Dresses will please you; the new cut in the coats and skirts are very attractive and stately looking. The striped patterns are very striking, and we have separate skirts, too. Dresses in linen, ratine and voile are very pretty, and, at the same time, neat and plain. Prices on Suits are from $17.50 up, and Dresses from $10 up. -Come in and look at the stock. Perhaps You Arc Going to the Inauguration If so, or if not so, see our line of the famous' Indestructo Trunks and our handsome, strong, well manufactured, large line of Suit Cases and Hand Bags We have them as plain or as elaborate as you wish them, and for every purpose and price. See window and come inside. 75c up to $2.50 ucTD i Indestructo Luggage carries an air of dig nity and refinement that points you out as one who knows and demands the very best of travel comf ort.l Your own feeling of safety is secured by our written guarantee that your trunk must give you five years of honest wear or you get a new one free. Toilet Specials Now on Sale 25c Toilet Soaps, Perfumed, medicated glycerine and tar soap. 8 cakes In box. two boxes, 25c. 10c Vaseline, Camphor Ice, Prepared from "pure Vaseline, by Chesebrough Co.. tube, 5c. 10c White Vaseline, Chesebrougrh'B first-class article. three for 20c. 10c Cold Cream Vaseline, Fine for the skin and complexion, Jar, 5c. 15c Sylvan Talcum Powder, Borated, Antlceptle. Assorted Odors. two for 15c. Men's Work Slioe Special. $2 solid leather, comfortably, fitting, long wearing Shoes, will (fc-n EZfih stmd the racket for all hard wear purposes special- -- Uft Last Chance on the Men's Special 518, 20, (? I $99 Rfl ill H tmmCmt.KJKJ Suits . . . 1 ifmi i to i Mi 1 i -g to marry. At all times, she says, sbe was willing to marry him and she con sented to a temporary postponement when he requested it. On Dec. 28, it is alleged that Hacker wrongfully and without cause broke the engagement, and refused to marry her. ! Miss McDonald also says that Hack er engaged himself to marry other women- J The letter attached to the complaint asks Miss McDonald to wait util after election, when they would meft in St. Louis and be married. The letter also says that It was necessary, in making the campaign, for him to keep com pany with other women, but that he was still "true blue." Miss McDonald aver3 in her com plaint that by breach of the marriage agreement she has suffered great fi nancial loss, that her future happiness has been destroyed and that she has been subjected to shame, humiliation, disgrace, mental and bodily pain, and that her health and peace of mind have been destroyed. , CAPITALIST WHO SUICIDED WAS TEMPORARILY INSANE Des Moines, Isl, Mar. L That Thos. A. rtynn, capitalist, who was found dead In the bath room of his apart ment yesterday was "temporarily la sane" when he turned on the gas was the official statement of Coroner James Lee today. No inquest will be held. "After a thorough Investigation I find," said Coroner Lee that Mr. Flynn had been acting strangely for several days. My conclusion Is that he was temporarily insane when he went Into the bathroom, closed the door and turned on the gas." A pain In the side or back that catches you when you straighten up calls for a rubbing application of BAL LARD'S SXOW LINIMENT. It le laxes the contracted muscles and per mits ordinary bodily motion without suffering or inconvenience. Price 25 50c and $1.00 per bottle- Sold by ail druggists. (Adv.)