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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2S, 1917.
3 i People By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON SIBYL S. LEMPKE, Assistant. in . . o v Phone 38 ( IXJA I' "FOK THE OLD RED, WHITE AND BLUE." Does your heart thrill with joy when the red, white and blue, Waving high in the -air smiles it's greeting to you? Would you fight for that flag, the banner of the brave, For which our fathers have fought, tho' it led to the grave? Does "The Star Spangled Banner," our national refrain, As th bank softly plays, make it's pleadings in vain? Yea, our boys will all respond to our nation's call to arms. They'll brcavely answer "Ready," when comes wars first dread alarms. In the training camps hell drill, n a khaki suit of tan, And God will smile upon him, for he proved himself a man. And when the war is over, and they come back once more, 'Twill be a glad reunion, still happier than before. It may be a wooden leg, or an empty sleeve we view, But 'twill serve to prove he fought: for the old Red, White ami Blue. -. Miss Pauline Bickneu. Fanama City, Fla. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stokes an nounce the birth of a son on Tuesday, August twenty-first. Face Full of Pimples Red as Fire. Disfigured for Four Years. Healed by Cuticura. "I had a face full of pimples and blackheads and I used all kinds of soaps to heal it, but they did not do any good. The pimples were very hard ana large, and as red as fire. They came to a head and festered and were in blotches. They itched causing mo to irritate them by scratching and some nights I could not sleep. My face was disfigured for the last four years. "I decided to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and I wrote for a free sam . pie. I afterward bought more, and when I had used two cakes of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment my face was healed." (Signed) Paul Montrevil, 1447 North Roman Street, New Orleans, La., March 4, 1917. Improve your skin with Cuticura, it is easy, convenient and inexpensive. The last thing at night and the first in the morning, smear the face gently with the Ointment on end of the finger and bathe freely with Cuticura Soap and hot water, using plenty of Soap, best applied with the hands which it softens. A clear skin, good hair and soft white hands usually follow daily use of Cuticura. For Free Sample Each by Return Mail address post-card: "CutlcuFa, Dept. H, Boston." Sold everywhere. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. J. P. REMICH & SONS DISTPlBUTORS. ESSENKAY. HALF PRICE SALE THE LA. MODE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER GAR. MENTS GOING AT HALF PRICE. GET AN ELECTRIC IRON DO THINGS NEATLY, SPEEDILY AND COMFORTABLY. Pensacola Electric Co.. PHONE 2010 The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New, You Will Find It Here 9 and 11 South Palaf ox WATCH WINDOWS POSS' New Dry Goods Store 31 South Paafox Street. The Personal Writin? Machine CoronA Reynalds Music House FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP 'The Store for Women Eveet i m' ) i f - i bay party in honor of miss McMillan and mrs. gordy. One of the loveliest bay parties of the season was given on Saturday af ternoon in honor of Miss Pet McMil lan, of Greenville, Alabama, and Mrs. Schley Gordy, of Columbus, Georgia The party left about four o'clock in the afternoon on the "Martha" and stopped at Road End pavilion where all enjoyed bathing and dancing, af ter which a delicious supper Vas serv ed on board the boat They returned home about nine-thirty- Those guests who enjoyed this bay party were as follows: Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson, Mr- and Mrs. Terrel Covington, Mr. and Mrs. John Price, Mrs. George Greenhow, of Tal lahassee, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Dil lard, Mr and Mrs- A- Clement Blount, Jr., Miss Eulalie Hutchinson, Miss ErmaTou and her guest, Miss Eliza beth DeJamette, of Montgomery, Alabama, Mrs. Frank Pou, Mr. John son, Mr Kelly, Lieut. Mann, of Montgomery, Alabama, Mr. Tone Cole, of Columbus, Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shepard. CALLED MEETING ST. K ATHERINE'S WELFARE CLUB- Miss Barbara Boardman, presi dent of the St. Katherine's Welfare Club, has called a special meeting of the club for Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, to be held at the home of Miss E E. Robinson, at 715 East La Rua street, near the corner of Eighth avenue. All members are specially urged to be present at this meeting, as a discussion of import ant business will be held. MEETING ROYAJ,. NEIGH BORS OF AMERICA. A regular meeting of the Royal Neighbors of America will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Woodman Hall on West Garden street. All members are requested to attend, as business of importance will be discussed. ' COMMUNITY PRAYER MEETINGS The community prayer meetings for this wek will be held at the home of the following ladies on Thursday morning at ten o'clock: Miss Mollie Smith, 1214 West Jackson street Mrs. Sallie Hall, 6KI North Hayne street. Mrs E. Y- Morgan, 1C26 East Jackson street Mrs. V. B. Ferries, M8 North Baylen street. Mrs. Stearns, 19 North Spring street- There will be ii community prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. W. C Howards at 1516 East Lloyd street on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The East Pensacola Heights Tent will be open at three o'clock Thurs day afternoon for a prayer meeting All are welcome to these meetings- MRS. SMITH AND SON LEAVE FOR TYBEE ISLAND. GEORGIA. Mrs- W. A- Smith and young son, Eugene, left last Thursday for Ty bee Island, Georgia, wh?re thev wiil visit her son. Mr- Robert E. .Smith, who is in training at Fort Scrivens. Mrs- Smith before returning to Pensacola will also visit in Augusta, Georgia, where her husband will join her the latter part of this week, Augusta is the childhood home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and they will spend some time there visiting friends and relatives. MRS ALSIP IMPROVING AFTER OPERATION The many friends of Mrs R. T. Al sip will bo pleased to learn that she is improving rapidly after an opera tion which she underwent in the Pensacola hospital. She is now home at 1006 North Alcaniz street. MISS BAZZELL RETURNS FROM COLUMBUS, GEORGIA- Miss Elizabeth Bazzell. daughter of Capt. and Mrs. James A. Bazzc-ll, i has returned from ( o umhus, Oeor gia, where she was the guest of Mrs Frederick M. Smith for some time During her stay there many social courtesies were extended her. Lemon Juice For Freckles Glrli! Make beauty lotion at home- for a few cents. Try It! Squeeze the juic of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake we!!, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complex ion beautifier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supplv three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweet ly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each dav and see hrr-r freckles and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and white the sktii. becomes. Y'es! It is harmless. Adv. EVERLASTING Fabrics Company New Skirt - tagi PI W'l "A ir BY BETTY New York, Aug. 27 If women must wear pants they can at least make j those pants share some of the beau tiful lines of skirts, is the idea of Miss Fannie Harley, well-known magazine wri'er and traveler, who has given the ast three years to wor for dress reform. All the costumes she has design ?d are bifurcated. Tlv1 RED CROSS KSTAHUSIIKS TRANSPORTATION SKRVlCK To handle the vast quantities of medical and relief supplies now being shipped almost daily to the Ren Cross commission for Europe to aid the stricken peoples of France, Bel gium, Serbia, Russia and other bel ligerent countries, the establishment of a Red Cross transportation service is announced. This new branch of tho Red Cros activities has been mad possible through the co-operation of the French, British and Italian covern ments, the United States' shipping board, and the leading steamship and railroad companies ' President Wil son has taken a personal interest in the establishment of this service. Practically all the careo space needed for the shipment of P.ed Cross supplies abroad has now hrm placed at the disposal of the w;u. council Much of it has been given free by the steamship companies and the al lied governments. This, will only he used for supplies most urgently needed abroad ENJOY HOUSE PARTY AT CAMP WALTON. At a house party consisting of eight persons, all of whom went to Camp Walton where they spent about eight days at a cottage there. Miss Mat Wilkerson and Mrs. J A. Hicks of Pmsacola were present. Mrs Hicks going as chaperone. The rest were from other places. Mrs. Hicks and Miss Wilkerson returned home on Sunday after having spent a most delightful time. DEI.EH ANTY-SCHILLER E N G A G E M E N T ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. L. Schiller, announc? the engagement and approaching marriage o their aaughter, Julia Victoria, to Mr. Alfred John Dele hanty. the weddinir to take place in the near future No cards MISS LEONA BENSON RETURNS FROM EXTENDED TRTP. Miss Leona Benson returned home on Sunday mornine from a trip tak ing in Mobile, Alabama. Biloxi. Mis sissippi, and Gulfport. where she en- ioen a pieasam visi: im inenos, her stay having month. lasted about MRS- DANIELS AND SON LEAVE FOR HOME IN ATLANTA Mrs Cora S. Daniels and little son, riewett Huntington. lett for tr.ir home in Atlanta. Georgia, last Sat urday after a most pleasant visit in Tensacola as guests of Mrs. J. C. Carter at her home on West DeSoto street, for the past two weeks. ASS FOR and GET R n KB oriicK s The Original ! Eia!ied EVIilk j institutes Cost YOU Same Price. like Pants BROWN street costume she wear;- here is of white yachting serge, with scree pip- pinsrs and facings, and girdle of cerise taitota. The cuffs are trimmed J th i tiny cerise buttons. Marabou trims the neck and skirt of the upper gar ment. The white hat Tias chiffon sashes and ostrich plume, fcnd the French parasol is of cerise. Red C;oss shinments p-oinp- to the seaboarr or elsewhere will be ex- ! children Ivan. Haroldino and Wales empt from embargoes which will give i f Washington, 1'. ('., who bavo them the right of way over " all I r f n visiting Mrs. Hovey's parents, freight except that of the govern- Mr and Mrs- W. A Smith, for tho ment. I past two months, also vismng Mrs. The allied -governments have re- j Cardon, her sister, in Mobile, Ala sponded generously to th- needs of I hama, left last week for Georgia to the Red Cross- The French govern-I visit her brother, Mr Rrbcrt I.. ment has given permission for the j Smith on Tybee Island, near Fort forwarding of Red Cross supplies on ' Scrivens, where Mr. Smith is train- French transports leaving this coun try. The British admiralty has also taken thp unusual step of permitting British freight transports to handle emergency Red Cros applies. The Italian government has authorized Rol (Iross shipments on Italian transports, while the Russian ship pine representatives in the United States h is taken similar action., Tho Nippon Lusen Kaisha. a Japanese steamship line, operating from New York to Vladivostock through th? Panama Canal, has also volunteered to be of assistance to th? Red Cross whenever required. WILL RETURN HOME LATTER PART OF WEEK- Miss Nellie McConnell and Mr. Clinton McConnell, who have been visiting in Chumuckla, Florida, are now the guests of relatives at Flor idatown and Pace. They are enjoying many social at tentions and are expected homo the latter part of this week- MISS .IACOBSEN LEAYES FOR MILTON AND BAGDAD. Miss Bertha Jacobscn left last week for Milton and Bagdad, Florida, wher" she has joined her sister, Miss Grace Jacobsen, who is also visiting courtesies are beincr extend ed these two visiting: girls, one of them being a dance which was given hy Mr and Mrs. J. E. Williams last Saturday night in their honor. VISITING IN MOBILE. The Mobile Recister says that Cap tain and Mrs Fred S. Cox are en- joying a visit from their daughter, te raphv horse'les3 carriages, odor Mrs. George Owen .who , as Mama ., e&sh e, tasteless quinine.-now fox. was always a favorito V. Tfe. Owen family now reside at Fort My ers, Florida, after residing in Pensa cola for a number of years. M'sa Grace Owen, who has been enjoying a visit to 1 ensacoia, was expected to ' arrive in Mobile Saturday evening to join her mother and visit around . among her relatives- IMPROVED AFTER ILLNESS. The many friends of Mr. Jake Ku- gelman will be pleased to learn that he is slightly improved from his ill ness. .MISS BECKETT LEAVES j FOR BAGDAD I Miss Alma E. Beckett left yester day morning for Bagdad. Florida, , whre sh has gone to accept the po s.t'on of principal of the public 1 schools there- RETI RN TO HOME IN BAGDAD. Mrs. J. Miller and daughter, Miss Emma Miller, of Bagdad, Florida, returned to their ho rue yesterday af ter a most pleasant visit in Pensacola as the guest of Miss Margaret Wal ker at her home on East Gregory street, for the past several weeys. She also visited in Town Point before she returned to her home MRS. JORDAN ENTER TERTAINS AT DANCE. Mrs- G.abe Jordan entertained most delightfully at a dance at her home on North Baylen street last night given in honor of Miss Mayme Ross Reager and Miss Bess Ferguson, both of Birmingham, Alabama. About twenty-five- or thirty young people were present, and all' enjoyed a most pleasant time. During the evening fruit punch was served and the homo was prettily decorated with potted plants and fiYwers- LIE IT. BARKER LE A VE S FOR CAMP GORDON. Lieut. J. U. H- Barker, who has been home on a furlough of ten days, visiting Mrs. Barker, will leave to night for Camp Gordon where ho will report for duty- He has been trans ferred there from Fort Oglethorpe. NORTH HILL GIRLS TO GIVE RED CROSS ENTERTAINMENT. Four North Hill" girls, Janice El lis, Florence Collins, Gladys Turner and Faustina Bonifay, will give an entertainment in the form of a lawn party this afternoon at I.ee Square a four o'clock- Delicious refreshments will be served and all kinds of ganms and amusements will be. provided for ! the children- It is hoped that a large crowd will attend and help to make ! this a success. j j GUEST OF DR. AND MRS. AN DRESS. j Miss Maui'.v L. Andreas, of R 'a, rice, Alabama, arrived on Su'vK i he the gue.-t of lr- and Mrs. W 1.. Andress at their home at 110 : ' Strong street for a few days. LEAVE FOR CASWELL, ALABAMA- Miss -Winnie Walker, of Caswell, Alabama, who has been tho guest of Miss Anna D Humphreys for tlv past two week.s at her home n North Eighth avenue, left yesterday morning for her home accompanied by Miss Humphreys, who will visit at the. home of Miss Walker, for aout bien days or two wcks. 1 hir ing her stay in Tensacola Miss Wal ker enjoyed a mot pleasant visit. WILL LEAVE FOR HOME IN MONTGOMERY. Miss Nell West, of Montgomery, Alabama, who has been visiting in Pensacola for the past week as th? guest of Mrs. W. G. Barrow at h- r home at 110 west Chase street, will leave for Montgomery on Wednes day after the citv- a most pleasant visit in MR. AND MPS- HOVER AND CHILDREN LEAVE FOR GEORGIA- Mr. and Mrs. C. Cecil Hover and also visit in Autrusta and Atlanta before returning to their home latter part of the week. the j LEAVES FOR WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK CITY. Mrs- Joe Lawrence and little son, .Tosenh, Jr., leave today for Wash ington and New York, joining her husband at the last named point WINS HANDSOME CHAIR AT OWLS PICNIC- Miss Mae Wilkerson won a hand some rocking chair for being th? most popular lady on the grounds at the Owl's picnic which took place re cently at Palmetto Reach, when a lumber of beautiful prizes were giv en away for different, purposes MISS MARGARET ANDER SON RETURNS HOME. Miss Margaret Anderson has re turned home from Mobile where she visited her cousin. Miss Louise Mc Yov for about two weeks- Her sister, DELIGHTFUL CALOMEL LATEST DISCOVERY ON SALE HERE The Nauseating and Dangerous Quali ties Have Been Entirely Removed. Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved Calotabs the New Name. What will human ingenuity do next, .smokeless powder, wireiess comes nausealess calomel. The new improvement called "Calotabs" is now on sale at local drugstores and is the I sensation of the year in the drug; trade. For biliousness, canstipation and in digestion the new calomel tablet is a , practically perfect remedy, as evi-; denced by the fact that the manufae- turers have authorized all druggists to refund the price if the customer i is not '"perfectly delighted" with Calo- i tabs. One tablet at bedtime, a swal- j low of water that's all. No ta.ste, no nausea, no griping. Ky morning your liver is thoroughly cleansed and you are feeling fine, with a hearty appetite. Eat what you please no danger go about your business. Calotabs are not sold in bulk. Get an orizinal package, sealed. It con tains twenty dos; prie thirty-f.ve cent f ,J7..,,n j-- - r 1. -unw f -V r --.-. tJ. -.- For After - Shaving Comlori Shaving, especially in summer, makes most men's faces tender and causes them to smart, but face tenderness and soreness disappear when Lyons' Prickly-Heat Powder is used aftershavintx. This antisep'.ic, delightfully-perfumed powder Mkes the stingout of dull razors. l;-H?V' An V tk ' Miss Marian Ander.M'n. who al-so vi ' ited in Mobile, has imt ref timed home out is tito gunst ol .lrs. :-iMn 1 1 . . i , i at ho- nome in waiuos, wp.ere siic w.il fur ahi a' two weeks lender. !! HON. AND MRS. STOKES IN WASHINGTON. Hen .l.ilin P. Stokes and wif- anil son, John P Jr , and sister-i:i-la -v. oe Pt"nsacila, are srendintr a few ' !.-u's in Wa-himrton. T. C. Mils. WELLS NI BABY KTril i.'N I ICOM JACKSON. Al. . Mr: L. W. 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