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THE PENSAColA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1917. FIVE People Events By CELIA MY ROVER ROBINSON Phone 38 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. 4 p. m. to 8 p. m. VISION. Sometimes in a crowded street I see The faces of those that love, and thcrsp that are loved; And in the rush of traffic, The thundering sounds of the city, 1 pause, Wondering about their loves which are their lives. 1 know them by their eyes and by their glances; I know them in a way I may not name, And I know those that ive won and those that have lost In the eternal battle of the world. But they that have lost have not al ways a sad countenance; Sometim their lips smile, As if with an old comprehension, And one might be deceived, save for tra'fic eyes The smiling, yet unsmiling eyes above the mouth, Those eyes have read in the great Book of Love, And they are changed, they are changed forever. And those lips have kissed the pages of the book, And they, too, are changed forever Only lips can lie but eyes can never deceive. And those that have won not al ways do thev smile, Often they seem to be secretly we op ing As if with a joy too terrible to hear Strange, strange are the counten ances of those that love. I know them all brothers and sis ters of Love; I know them, and they know me. I can tell by their eves - Their eyes that follow me with knowledge, With pity, with solemn understand ing. Charles Hanson Towne. THE NEW CITY THEM CLE CLUB MET WITH MRS. WALKER, An election of officers for the New City Thimble Club was held at Mrs. Mary Walker's, 1710 East Gadsden street, yesterday afternoon, and were as follows: Mrs. Ida McAllister, president. jvirs. w. vv.- Kicnard, vice presi dent. Mrs. J. E. Crary, secretary and treasurer. After the election of officers the club proceeded to take up Red Cros work. At the close. of the afternoon delicious refreshments were served Ihe club decided to meet evry two weeks. THIS WILL PLEASE MISS SCHOOL GIRL AN EXTENDED AUTO TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. John Earnest Baar3 and son, John Earnest, Jr., of Cor aova far, nave returned from an extended trip through the Eastern states. They toured Virginia stop ping at all the points of interest, al so Atlantic City, and spent two weeks in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Baars made the trip in their auto, ana report a most delightful month's vacation. THOUGHTS FdR THE DAY. As my life today has been deter mined by the way I lived my yester day so my tomorrow is being deter mined by the way I live my today. Ralph Waldo Trine- DR. AND MRS. KNAPP TO LEAVE TODAY FO R DcFUNIAK SPRINGS. Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Knapp who have been residing on the Bayshore for some time past expjcts to leave to day for DeFuniak Springs where they will make their future home. iTheir many friends will sincerely re- great their departure. ' "" Dr. and Mrs, Knapp wil be guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hollo at their home on East Gregory street for a few days before leaving the city. LECTURE POSTPONED. Te Welfare Club of St. Kath erine Church wishes to zannounce that the entertainment to be given at the High School auditorium tonight has been postponed until next Friday night, October 26th. miss McMillan returns from waynesville. NORTH CAROLINA. miss L lady s McMillan returned yesterday from Waynes ville, North Carolina, after spending a most de lightful summer. Her mother, Mrs in. McMillan, sister Miss Marie jvicjvinian, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jones, who were with Miss McMil lan in North Carolina, stopped over m Atlanta and will not reach home before Saturday. MEETING OF WEE FOLKS AND JUNIOR MISSION BAND POSTPONED. Owing to sickness at the First Presbyterian manse, the Wee Folks and Junior Mission bands, will be in definitely postponed. DR. AND MRS. BALDWIN RETURN. IJT. and Mrs. J C. RoU..n'. mm T-i , , . - win, ui uiu . - iiove .returned irom a short visit- v.. TV.... v. J ----- " uiicaus. lney had a very pleasant visit. w ' New York, Oct. 17. This attractive gown of dark blue satin with the over dress of Georgette crepe should sat isfy the school girls desire for good taste and good style. Over the satin foundation is arranged a coatee of cream colored lace, and the crepe falls over this at the back and front, parting at the lace undraped. sides to reveal tha The dark crepe also finishes the sleeves and forms the soft sash. The whole overdress of crepe is outlined with a narrow band of cerise beads, and the color effect is bright and youthful. Inactive Kidneys Cause Disease 1 shall bo mm fwrget th. benefits I dmm4 horn th ua of Foler Kidnay PilU." AL A. Godfrey, Format Grova, Or(OEu Too much work and too littl work seem to have about the same effect on persons past middle age. Proper action of the kidneys is necessary to Kood health. They act as a filter and remove from the blood poisonous waste matter which If permitted to remain in the system leads to manx complications. Many nervous, tired, rup-down men and women suffer from pains in the back and sides, dizzy spells, bladder weakness, sore muscles and stiff Joints and fall to realize that rheuma tism, diabetes or even Bright' dis ease may re.ult. If you have cause to believe that your kidneys are weak, disordered or inactive you should act immediately. Foley Kidney Pills have been used by young:, middle a red and old with complete satisfaction. They act quick, ly and surely and have given relief la cases of ten years' standing. ITAIJEjXBERTE5S PHARMACY. MEYER SHOE CO. PALAFOX AND ROMANA STREETS 'Right On the Corner MR. BAILLIES CRITICALLY ILL. The friends of Mr. J. Tt "Raiii, regret to learn that. Via ill at his home S00 North Spring street- They wish for him a speedy recovery. will Beechnut Chili auce per bottle MR. SALES RETURNS TO SOUTHPORT. Mr. Thomas Sales has returned to Southport, after spening a week with his family. DR. HALL LEFT FOR NEW YORK. Dr. R. S. Hall left last night for New York, to attend the National Dental board meeting. ' MEETING OF 42 CLUB. The 42 Club will meet with Mrs. Mayes today at 3:30. VISITORS FROM CHIPLEY. Mr. and Mrs- Thomas Watts of Chipley, Florida are visiting in the city this week. WOMAN'S LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE FOR FLORIDA. The following interesting document comes from Mrs. May M. Jennings, state chairman of the Woman's Flor ida Liberty Loan Committee: Dear Co-Workers: My appointment as Chairman Wo man's Liberty Loan committee for Florida was just received on the 10th inst. from Mrs. W. G. McAdoo, National Chairman, Washington. Mrs. P. J. McGovern of Atlanta. a3 chairman 6th Federal Reserve Dis-; trict, having Florida in her jurisdiction. The heads of the following state 1 organizations have been asked to i serve on the committee for Florida. Mrs- William Hocker, Ocala, Chair man Woman s Committee Council National Defense. . Mrs. H. H. McCreary. Gainesville. President United Daughters of the Confederacy. ( Mrs. Telfair Stockton, Jacksonville. President Colonial Dames. Miss Minnie E. Neal, Jacksonville, President Woman's Christian Tern- perance Union. Mrs. Arthur Gilkes, Jacksonville, Regent Daughters of American Rev olution. Mrs. Frank Stranahan, Fort Lau derdale, President Equal Suffrage Association. Miss Elgie P. Hoyt, Tampa. Presi dent Southern Association, Colleges for Women Mrs. Sarah A. Harris, Quincy, Grand Matron Order Eastern Star. Mrs. C. C. Bagwell. St. Auerustine. Gov. of International Federation Catholic Alumni. ' Mrs. Hattie Bethel, Jacksonville, Grand Chief Pythian Sisters. Miss'Anna Davids, Orlando, Presi dent Florida Nurses Association. Miss Ella Rorabeck, Jacksonville, National Society U. S. Daughters 1812- Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, Talla hassee, President State Teachers' As sociation. Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Jacksonvills, President Florida Federation Wo man's Club. It is g'rtsitly desired that all wo man's church and other organizations be enlisted In the work of selling this second issue of Liberty Bonds. The time allotted for the sale, Oct. 1st. to Nov. 1st., is half gone and I am appointing you to serftf as the local chairman for your organization and asking that you appoint a committee and inaugurate a whirlwind cam paign, using the best plan and method possible to reach all women in your town and county, co-operating with all women's organizations. The local representative of each of the above -nentioned organizations are appointed local chairmen so that the state may be covered as speedily as possible, is the short time remain ing for the sale of the bonds. Will you not get in touch with them, divid ing up the territory that there may be harmony of action and no over lapping or waste of effort? Where your local organizations have al ready joined in forming a Women's Committee Council of Defense, it is expected that you work through same. The state has not been systema tically organized for this bond sale and as the time now is all too short, I am using what seems to me the best means at hand, the ready mad-j organizations. All chairmen or presidents of women's local organizations are re quested to report progress of sales to me each day. stating organization represented, that I in turn may make - . . -a ar -m a- - a daily report to ivirs- ivicvjtovern. This will not conflict with reports to heads of state organizations. You are especially urged to asist me in every way possible to make good for the women of Florida in the two weeks left for the bond sale. Your local committee of men will be glad to assist you. Bonds can be secured from the nearest bank. The above plan of operation is temporary and f4m this bond issue only, as a thorough organization by counties wi" be established accord ing to the plan outlined by national committee, enclosed, which is in use in other states and will be put into ef fect later. Will you not confer with others in your county and assist mo in perfecting an organization as per plan for future service in similar bond sales, after this one is closed T Oulck results are wliat are wanted now. Posters sent under seperate cover should be displayed in prominent places. Faithfully, fMrs. W. S.) MAY M. JENNINGS, State Chairman Woman's Liberty Loan Committee. Mrs. Thos. Aycock and children, Ava and Tom, of Aycock, Fla., arrived in the city for the circus Wednesday and are visiting Mrs. Thomas W. Sales at 221 West Jackson street. READ AND STUDY THE HOME r AN IDEAL LIME TREATMENT for those suffering from chronic or icute pulmonary and bronchial troubles, or coughs or colds, is Eckman's Alterative The Calcium preparation which may !e taken by the average person with out disturbing digestion. An efficient tonic ani tissue builder. Contains no Alcohol, Xarcotic or Habit-forming Drug. $2 size, now $1.50. SI size, now 80c Sold by all leading drutrjrirts. Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia. 0 CHICKEN and OYSTER GUMBO SUPPER Will Be Served by the Ladies of St. Micheal's Church on Saturday Afternoon. Beginning at 4 oclock Also Other Good Things to Eat. Store Next to D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. women in millions of American .o-nes will read the message of the "Home Card" and will follow its Bug gestions. If enough millions do this, thr j-vblem of feed'ng the allies and ou-selves is solved, and the wa won This is the belief of the United States Food Administration, who hope, dur ing "Food Pledge Week" October 22 to November 3, to organize the Amer ican women into a volunteer food con servation army. The duties of these wo men, as stated by the Home Card, are merely to eat and serve less wheat, beef, pork, -lairy products and sugar, and more of the other foods of wh'ch we have an abundance, and which can not so readily be shipped to our al lies. U. S. Food Administration- SERVE BY SAVING S ADV CE T. Editor's note: The articles appear ing in this paper under the above caption are supplied by the Food Con servation Division of the Food Ad ministration as a practcal help to the Amercan woman in "doing her bit." We are The Greatest Fat-Wasters. This is the truth. We women of America are the greatest fat-wasters in the world. This is a strong in dictment, and. let us hope by the end of ti.e war we will no langer have to plead guilty to it. The European woman would hold up her hands in horror if she could spend one morning in one of our A IPeep att CDanir Rlew FeiHD ApipaiireD ffotr Menus WoouDeira si mi nil Clfonlkflirenu Reveals modes that are most attractive. The styles evolved for this season are sure to appeal to your good taste and every model in our noteworthy collection owes its pres ence to its distinctive, stylish and unusual value. WE ARE NOW WELL FITTED TO SERVE YOU WITH GARMENTS THAT ARE OF UNMISTAK ABLE BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE CLOTHES THAT WILL REIGN IN POPULARITY THIS AUTUMN AND WINTER. THE PROPER GARMENT FOR EVERY OC CASION IS PRESENTED THE TAILORED SUIT, STREET, MOTOR AND DRESS COATS, AND DRESSES FOR AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Suits from . . Coats from . . Dresses from . $18.00 up $15.00 up $11.50 up You can be fitted out with a complete outfit on SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS. Just come in with your family. We'll outfit them all on an EASY PAYMENT PLAN that will appeal to you and no one will be the wiser as to the terms of your purchase. THE JOS. GALIN CO. 26 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. ' kitchens and see the reckless way we waste fat in various ways. For instance, a great many of us cut all the fat off meat and throw it away. Most of us use a great deal more butter and lard than we need in fried foods. And all of us waste soap. Today such extravagance will mean a serious condition of affairs. The world's supply of fat is short. Yet we can not get along without some fat in our diet. There is no substi tute for it. For this reason, so that the world's fat-supply can be made to reach every body's needs, and because we are us ing more than is necessary for our needs, we are asked to cut down our fat consumption 375,000,000 tons this year. We cannot possibly do this, if any of us lie back and say: "Oh, the lit tle I could economize on fat won't make an difference." It will make a difference. Each of us must do our share. If every person in America uses one third of an ounce less a day, o about two tea spoonfuls of fat, or, if it is butter, one lss pat a day the huge demand for fat by our Allies could be met. Do not deprive your children of their usual amount of dairy butter on the table, however, as it has food val ues essential to their growth. . Econ omize on butter by using less of it in cooking. Remember we must send the Alles three times as much butter as before the war. Besides fats, we must economize on sugar. France, England, and Italy are depending largely on us for their supply of this product. Fortt unately, we can easily meet this de mand by a little personal economy, for as with fats, we use a great deal more sugar than is necessary. Today the usual American consumption per person is just double that of France. If they can do with so much less, certainly we can do with a little less! The easiest way to economize on sugar is by going without candy and sweet drinks, using less of it in our tea and coffee and on our cereals, learning to eat fruit without it, and by urine more of dark syrups, honey and maple syrup. Don't practice foolish economy, however, and scimp the sugar in put ting up fruits and jams, for these save butter next winter. j PERSONAL I j 1 Liberty Loam Meetimi Mass Mallory Cert . TONIGHT, 7:30 O'CLOCK A Battery nf Quick-Fire "Four-Minute Men" will make short, snappy, hit-the-bull's "eye talks on the LIBERTY LOAN Every Man on the Program is a Speaker Well Wc .th Hearing. William Fisher, Chairman. Judge Wm. B. Sheppard, Rev. W. E. Mcllwain, W. H. Watson, Rev. John H. Brown, R. Pope Reese, Phillip D. Beall, John S. Beard, Robert H. Anderson, Hunter Brown, James B. Perkins, Congressman J. W. Kehoe. MUSIC BY AERO STATION BAND. If you haven't bought a Liberty Bond, attend the meeting and learn why you should. If you have bought, attend the meeting and help sell one to your neighbor.