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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1917.
People m Event
Ruth Law's Bombs Get Liberty Loan Bonds
By GELIA MYROVER ROBINSON
Phone 38 ( 1 1 a' nl P- m)
5 p. m. to 9 p. m.'
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SWINGING ON A BIRCH TREE.
Swinging on a birch-tree
To a sleepy tune,
Hummed by all the breezes
In the month of June!
Little leaves a-flutter,
Sound like dancing drops
Of a brook on pebbles;
Song that never stops.
Up and down we seesaw
Up into the sky;
How it opens on us,
Like a wide blue eye!
You and I are sailors
Rocking on a mast;
And the world's our vessel:
Ho, she sails so fast!
Blue, blue sea around us;
Not a ship in siprht;
They will hang out lanterns
When they pass tonight.
We with ouVs will follow
Through the midnight deep;
Not a thought of danger,
Though the crew's asleep.
Oh, how still the air is
There an oriole flew;
What a jolly whistle!
He's a sailor, too.
Yonder is his hammock
In the elm-top high;
One more ballad, messmate!
Sing it as you fly!
Up and down the seesaw;
Down into the grass, .
Scented fern, and rosebuds,
All a woven mass.
That's the sort of carpet
Fitted for our feet!
Tapestry nor velvet
Is so rich and neat.
Swinging on a birch-tree!
This is summer joy,
Fun for all vacation;
Don't you think so, boy?
Up and down we seesaw,
Merry and at ease,
Careless as a brook is,
Idle as the breeze!
Lucy Larcom, in Times-Union.
Miss Ruehl Tells How Four Months
of Suffering Were Entirely Ended
by 1 Cake of Cuticura Soap and 2
i Boxes of Ointment. Cost $1.25,
"Pimples first began on my face and
pread to my neck. They were very
mall at first bvit they grew larger and
got so raa tnat l was
ashamed to go Out. They
were red and came to a
head and festered causing
terrible itching which kept
me awake nearly all night.
They lasted four months.
"My brother told me to
as they healed him of
After using one cake of Cuti
cura Soap and two boxes of Ointment for
two weeks I was entirely healed."
(Signed) Miss Mary Ruehl, 132 W.
Cross St., Baltimore, MdL, May 9, 1016.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are not
only most valuable for the treatment of
pimples, blackheads, redness and rough
ness, dandruff and irritated scalps, but
their great mission is to prevent such
conditions. They are ideal for every
toilet and nurseffy furpose. Besides,
it is a pleasure to use them.
For Free Sample Each by Return
Mail address post-card: "Cuticura,
Dept. II, Boston." Sold everywhere.
What Shall We Have for
Have what everybody
from grandfather to
baby likes Ice Cream
The White Mountain
ICE CREAM FREEZER
Makes it possible for
you to have the choicest
and most delicious
cream and have it just
when you want it.
Ilia Pensaccla Crockery Co.
IKE HIRSCHMAN, Mgr
BALKCOn DRUO CO.
"Th Prescription Store."
Phone 10 or 123.
ire the new arrivals of Suit. Coata,
DrcMs and Mllllnary, at
LA M O D E
122.124 South Palafox Street.
SAVE 50 CENTS
A Good FOUNTAIN SYRINGE De
livered Anyyhr for 7$4
The Central Fharmacy
PHONES 177. 17
The Misses Maggie and Nellie Moy
lan, of Century, are visiting at the
home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas S. Suarez, for the next
two weeks, at their home at Little
Bayou, attending the teachers' exami
nations the first week.
TAKE TRIP UP THE
A few boys and girls, Mr. and Mrs.
R A. Hyer, Mrs. Mallory Kennedy
and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer, will
leave on Thursday on he "Florida,"
for a trip up the sound, returning on
Mrs. J. B. Hornc ami children, of
Chipley, Fla., spent a few, days at
the home of Mrs. C. J. Home, on
North Twelfth avenue, leaving cm
Saturday for Chipley.
WILL LEAVE FOR
Mrs. E. C Strickland and daugh
ter, Glnna, will leave on Friday, at
noon, for New Orleans, where they
will be the guest? of Mrs. William
Furlong for about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Muldon and
children left on Friday for Lake
Placid, in the Adirondack?, stopping
for a few days in New York on their
way. J. M. Muldon, Jr., who has been
studying1 at school in Virjrinia. joined
them and went on with them to Lake
Mrs. Donald Brown, formerly Mis?
Hilda Blount, and two children loft
yeFteHay for Atlanta, Ga., after a
long visit with her mother. Mrs. W. A
Blount, at her home on the bayshov,
having arrived here last February.
MOVE TO NAVY
Captain and Mrs. J. R. Henley have
moved down to the navy void, wive
Captain Henley is coniir andr oT the
marines. They have been spending a
few davs at the Old Mill Inn.
Mr. O. J. Semmes returned home
Sunday from Mobile, Ala., whre he
had been visiting at the home of h:
father, Judge Semmes, for a low
WILL RETURN FROM
Miss Eunice Gerson will arrive in: c'st; consider the ways of the att:c;
Fensacola this afternoon from Troy, I and climb to the top pantry shelf. In
New York, where she ha? ben study
ing at Russell Sace College. Miss! :
Gerson stopped in Atlanta and Mont
gomery on her way home.
MEETING LADIES' AUXILIARY
FOR O. R. C.
The Ladies' Auxiliary for the Or
der of Railway Conductors will meet
at the K. of r. Hall on Tv.esday after
noon, at 3 o'clock. All members are
urged to attend.
RETURN FROM "
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ferryman hav.-
returned from West Point, Georgia,
and Foley and Atmore, Alabama,
where they have been visiting rela
tives for about two weeks.
COMMITTEE AT SCHOOL 43.
A committee of ladies of the eco
nomical department of t ie Woman's
Home Defense League v.-il meet at
school 43 at 3:?.0 o'Hock this after
noon, for the purpose of instructing
the women of the community in can
nine and dryinsr of vegetables. a;id in
making of shorts bread. A full at
tendance is earnestly desired.
Removes Superfluous Hair
Roots and All Instantly!
(Marvelous New Methodt
ferent from th ri.-piiat"ry, W-tH.vl an t ,
othe- method s is niah from iiav. it j
otnl!y rp moves th pntij-f rnots i
and an. npfore v..r vVrv ' :it ,w. !
this in jnst tw n,-oniF. pasiiv and '
'Wni'PfJ V. ,Ul.t try h: CU e,n gi a
tirk of rhftsrtin" at any rtriig storo.
mth direction;, v.hi.-h At'o iiit simph.
Thf-r is no odo- to it, no irrttatnip' o
noisenous ronst'tuort von roi;-l pvpn
c-J U without fhf lp:ipt in1 irv. It wt'l
1-V(, your skip as soft, smooth an-1 hair
less ,-u; a bfihp s Always ?cM un-1p! a
money-back S'larantpc. ndv
There Is No Question
bit that lndljrft!on anfl ttie aitrs(3
filing which aJwaja go with It can
b omntlv m, b taking
uefore and after earb mai. boi
The Crystal Pharmacy.
For Boys and Girls
Classes in drawing, painting and
Tuesdays and Fridays, 9.00 a. m.
and 11:00 a. m.
MISS EMMA CHANDLER
Telephone, 1540 114 West Chase
Reynalds Music House
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Ruth Law, American champion aviatrix, has attacked Cleveland, 0.,
dropped "bombs" on the city, and jrained more liberty bonds for the gov
ernment Other cities of the middle west are preparing for the attack by
airplane to push ahead the purchase of bonds for Uncle Sam's first $2,'
Miss Law, who is Mrs. Charles Oliver on land, is here shown in regu
lation army aviator's uniform, with her French trench dog, "Poilu." She
wears a French service medal on her breast and the flying corps insignia
on her collar. The airplane is a regulation dirties warplane.
In snito of her love for aviation, Mirs Law despises elevators.
SUFFRAGISTS CORNER OLD CONTAINERS
"Save th family jars and join the
suffrage preserve orps," is the latest
call issued by the thrift division of
the National American Woman Suf-
j fracre Association.
Ambitious sui f racists striving to
girdl? tlip globe and make both ends
of the food problem meet m the
Ameri'-an kitchen have hit a snag in
the can shortage.
"How can we car. when wp can't
get the cans?" is the wail that has
reached tho cars of M: Walter Mc
Nab Miller, chairman of the suffrage
thrift ommittp. And her admonition
jc; "Go to thr basement, thou snffrn-
MEETING E D. WOMAN'S HOME
A meeting of the economical de
partment of the Woman's Home De
fence League wi'.l be held on Wednes
day afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. rest
rooms m the Masonic building at CO
o'i lor'k. All ladies who are interested
in this work are invited to attend, as
matters of importance will be dis
cussed. SUNDAY SCHOOL
The annual Presbyterian lawn
party for the c.niren of thrt Sunday
School of the First Presbyterian
Church will be held this afternoon
on the church lawn, from o to 7 There
I will be games and ice cream. Child
ren of the Sunday School, their teach
ers and parents are invited-
MEETING YOUNG WOMAN'S
MISSIONARY SOCIETY. ,
A meeting of the Younc Woman's
Missionary Society of the First Meth
odist church was held on Monday,
June 11th at 3:30 o'clock in the Sun
day school rooms. Airs. M. E Scott
Short Talks were jriven bv Mrs.
Smith. Mrs. Van Pelt, Mrs. McAllis
ter, and Mrs- Graham on the subject
"Sosial Lesislature Regarding Child
hood." Mrs. John Ashbrook and i-.ss
Tin: -m i- i i . . -i - ,
Slonary conference which took p!ae
at Atmore recently, gave verv inter-
The membership carapaicn came to
a close ',vith this meeting and the
defeated side will entertain at a later
Y. W. C- A. NfJTES.
The basket of vegetahles sent to
the Y- W- C. A. by Miss Anna Orr,
is greatly appreciated by them.
Messrs. John L. AYilkerson. Steven
IcXeil, Mrs- Emma Nims and Miss
Pearl Givens attended the Children'. j
Piy Exercises at Clear Springs,
Florida, motoring there, in the morn
ins:, and visiting Magnolia farm in
the afternoon. i
Mrs. Rarhao! Rarlow, the former
house mother, delighted the grls at
the Y. Y C. A. rv taking supper
v.'ith them last nitrht.
Miss Margaret Ray visited her
mother at her home, Ray Villa, at
Brent yesterday afternoon
Mrs. Alice Creightcn has returned
to th? Y. V. C. A after a three
months' visit in Jacksonville-
ASZ FOR and GET
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Eut;titutes Cct YOU &me Prica.
your search for containers leave no;
stone iar unturned." Mrs. Miller isi
from Missouri. I
In a letter on the can situation to
state chairmen, Mrs. Miller recom
mends the designation of concentra
tion camps for containers and ad-rises
that stat- chairmen confer with local
chairmen as to the feasibility of using
local suffrage headquarters for such
collecting and dedistributing centers.
It is further pointed out that the
housewife, who replenishes the family
larder at the nearest delicatessen shop
is a fruitful source from which empty
jars, glasses, wide-mouthed bottles
and other discarded receptacles may
MEETING H- D. WOMAN'S HOME
A meeting of the military depart
ment of the Woman's Home Defense
League will be held this evening at
the corner of Baylen and Bdrnont
streets, at 7:40 o'clock. As many
members and recruits as possible are
requested to attend.
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Barker, of Ha
vana. Cuba, announce the engaeement '
tww at,- m p
St. Louis, Mo. Miss Barker is a niece
of the Messrs. Gunderscheimer of this
LEAVE FOR -MOBILE.
Mrs. Dave Gunderscheimer
danffhter, Janice Fannie, left Sunday
for Mobile, for a visit at the home of
th sister of Mrs. tiunderscheimer,
Mrs. R. Jonas, for several weeks.
j The rianrTng party wTiich was to
' have been given by a few boys of
the younger set at th armorv h'a
tonitrht at 8 o'clock, will be postponed
until a lafer time, the date to be an
j MEETING DORCAS
j The Dorcas Society will meet this
j afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Knox
I rrepbyterian church. All members
; are asked to please attend-
j MEETING CIRCLE
; LUTHERAN CHURCH.
The Circle of the Lutheran church
: will meet this afternoon instead of
, Wednesday, as formerly announced.
at the home of Mrs- Rita Varn, at
4 o'clock. ATI members are urged
ENJOY PICNIC AT
The entire company of the Don
Fhilippini Symphony Orchestra pic
nicked at Chicoway Inn yesterday
afternoon, enjoying swimming and
lunch of all kinds of sea foo-'-.
! ARRIVES FROM
Miss Elizabeth Brownson of Mo- 1
lino, arrived in Fensacola yesterday '
to be the guest of Miss Eleanor 1
Mitchell until the house nartv to !
take place on Thursday, when "a few
girls and men and women will take
a trip up the sound in the "Florida."
MEETING CIRCLE NO- 3
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
I A meeting of the Circle No. 3 of
I the Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Bapaist church was held
j yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at
j the home of Mrs- J. C- Hurst, 31
I East Strong street, having a program
meeting of the regular mission study.
We have reached the highest pinnacle in shoe sales ever
recorded by this store we believe that we are giving the
greatest values ever offered by any store and we doubt if
such drastic price reductions will ever be attempted again.
There are five days more in which to take advantage of
this great "Shoe Opportunity," but we advise you to come
today as the price concessions we have tnade are moving
them out rapidly.
And, remember, if you buy a pair of shoes here for any
reason you are not satisfied with them, we will gladly ex
change them or refund your money.
A BIG SURPRISE FRIDAY MORNING
'A SALE IS NOT
MEETING CIRCLE" NO. 4
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
A very interesting meting af the
Circle Number 4 of the First Bap
tist Church was held yesterday af
ternoon, at .3:30 o'clock, at the home
of Mrs Edwin Caro, 222 North Bar
celona street, continuing with the
study of "What Baptists Believe."
One of the most pleasing events of
the season was the wedding of Mr.
Ernest Blum and Miss Laura Jones,
which took place Sunday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock, at the home of the'
! bride's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
: Jones, on Bayou Grande, Rev. R. R.
! Bcal officiating.
The bride was lovely in white and
j carried a shower bouquet of white
! flowers and fern. Miss Mayme Cher
ry, prettily attired in white, with
t touches of blue, carrying blue hv
' drangeas, acted as bridesmaid. Mr.
: Ellis Andrews was best man.
: The ring ceremony was used and
! little Miss Edith Bell, niece of t?T5
groom, dninty in white and pink, was
ring bearer. Quite a number of out-of-town
friends and relatives were
present. After the ceremony delicious
refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Blum are highly es-
' teemed in their community, and all
' their friends wish for them much
happiness and prosperity- They will
make their home on Bayou Grande.
i Th friends of Miss Rilla Barnes,
! who is at the Y. W. C. A., will be
1 glad to know that she is now con
valescent after a very severe attack
I of illness.
WILL TAKE TEACHERS'
Miss Maggie Hudson, of Century,
has arrived in Fensacola and is at
the Y. W. C. A. She will take the
teachers examinations which begin to
day. MEETING JUNIOR
The Junior Missionary Society of
the First Methodist Church will meet
in the Sunday School rooms this aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock. All members arc
reouested to attend-
Miss Ethel Twitty left on Saturday
for her home in Columbia, Ala., after
USE ALLEN'S FOOT EASE
The antiseptic powder tole shaken into
the shoes and pprlnkled into the foot
bath. If vou want rest and comfort for
tired, achinfr. swollen, sweating' feet, use
Atieji's Foot-Ease. It instantly re
lieves soreness and prevents blisters,
sore and callous apots. Just the thing for
Dancing Parties, Patent Leather Shoes,
and for Breaking In New Shoes. Try It
today. Sold everywhere. 25c. Don't ac
cept any aubstltute.. For FREE trial
package, address Allen S. Olmeted. La
Roy. N. T. Adv.
15 luth PaUfex.
"The Store for Women"
The Ready-to-Wear Store
If It's New, You
Will Find It Here
9 and 11 South Palafox
A SALE UNTIL YOU ARE
several weeks visit in Fensacola.
Mrs. J. E. Turtle left on Thursday
for .Chicago, where she will spend
Miss Mae Curtis left yesterday for
the north, where she will spend the
Mrs. J. T. Moore and two chiMivn
left for Alabama yesterday, where
they will be for severa' week, visit
ing relatives and friends, veturnint'
about Julv 1.
Ready to Eat fl Sp2MS!33
nmwiik ujmKmm.iiwmiiiW7-'mimim"r' ; " -imp m mma i iwpi ii iji
fi-eo mi "fasilts" The
flavor of ElumMes
far in ii iii
ICE TEA GLASSES
We have a wonderful assortment in handsomely
decorated sets and single pieces that would lend both
charm and grace to ny table. Some hand decorated
in rose and gold (fired three tiines same as hand deco
rated china), while others are gold encrusted and
etched (gold guaranteed not to come off). The
grape designs are beauties, but my newest design in
deep plate etching is the Oriental pheasant, the most
artistic design ever produced.
- . THE PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00,
$4.00 $6.00 per Set
WE ARE ALWAYS PLEASED TO SHOW YOU OUR ASSORTMENTS AND
HELP YOU IN MAKING SELECTIONS,
WILL C. DIFFENDERFER, Jeweler
"THE HOUSE OF RELIABLE GOODS."
ENGLAND ORDERS SHIPS
BUILT IN JAP YARDS.
Tokio. June 1 L In connection with ,
the strengthening vf the merchant
fleet of the entente powers, the Ka-
wasaki Dockyard Company of Kobe,,
has received an order from Great 1
Britain to build fourteen freight
steamers. The individual tonnaga:
ranges from 9,000 to 12.000 tons and .'
the total value will be about $25,000,'.
Sixty-two st'ame:s with an aggre
e-ate of 202.000 tons will be completed
in Japan before the end of the vear.