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THE PENSACQLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1918.
r WINTER WORK AT LOCAL T OPENS (Friday night at the T. M. C. A n PalaAjx Street nearly a hundred boy met for the purpose of organiz Inar for the winter work. It was a most enthusiastic meeting: and ig results are assured from this department, officials believe. Among other Interesting things at the metins was a talk by the Rev. J. C. Crenshaw, recently returned from eight years service In China. Mr. Crenshaw had a number of curios which he brought with him from the orient. He explained the use of these articlesby the natives. E. G. Wilson, Southern Industrial Secretary' for the 1. M. C. A. was present and made a short talk along the line of the . Importance of the foreign work. ' Genaral Secretary Moore in opening the program said that a man usually srot out of anything what he put into it, and the Y. M. C. A. stood for ser vice, not only service to the members, but in turn service from the members, and thet the greatest thing that a boy could get out of a membership was the service that he rendered to others. Physical Director Olysen outlined the Physical Iepartment program for the boys. Rheumatism for 50 Years St. Paul, Ark., March 11, 1914. L. M. Cross: X, as thousands of others, are glad I met you or heard of your medicine. I have practiced medicine for thirty nine years. I have had rheumatism for fifty years and constipation for thlrty-flve years. I have taken two bottles of G. S. and I am now well and I am recommending and using it In my practice. I believe It Is the best Rheumatism, Blood, Liver and Kidney Medicine in the world GEORGE KIDWELL, M. D. and Cancer Specialist. Gg- is guaranteed for one bottle ta benefit any -7 case of Pellagra, Rheumatism or any blood liver or kidney disease, or your dollar re turned. Sold by all druggists, price f 1 per bottle, or 6 for 9b, or sent prepaid. Dealers, order G. S. from your jobber. Write for testimonials L. M. GROSS Box 17 Little Rock, Ark. OBITUARY Death or Washington Crain at Mc David. 8he funeral services of Mr. Wash ington Crain, who died at McD&vid, Fla., were conducted last Monday af taernoon by Reverend E. Rice, of Pen sacola, his former pastor and inter ment was in Ray's Chapel cemetery. Mr. Crain was 79 years of age and was born in Santa Rosa county He was and old confederate veteran and sustained several severe wounds dur ing the war from wnlctt he partial ly recovered. In 1870 he was married to Miss Ncancy McGemdon, of Santa Rosa county, and made his home there during the larger portion of his life, but he has resided the past several years In Escambia county. He is survived by his wife, and six children. Mrs. J. Carroll, of Milton,' Mrs.X. Carroll, of Pensacola, W. M. Crain. W. L.. Crain, and G. E. Crain of McDavid, and John Crain, of Pen sacola, twenty four grand children, four great grandchildren, one brother, William Crain, of Holt, Fla.. and one sister, Mrs. Francis Paulk, of Holt, be sides numerous distant relatives. s BAYOU BRIDGE STILL CLOSED The Little Bayou Bridge will be dos ed to traffic until Monday afternoon, according to announcement made by the oQlcials of the Pensacola Ship Building company, who have closed the bridge with .the consent of the county commissioners, to facilitate the work of construction and dredging. The bridge was closed to thepubll Saturday morning, and traffic was di verted to the Jaokson road. SERVICES AT ST. PAUL M. E. CHURCn SUNDAY Services at the St. Paul M. E. Chtfrcb. (colored) will be in charge of the Rev P. H. Nay, pastor of the John the Bap tist church, this afternoon at three o'clock. This service will b complimentary to the Rev. Joel C. Carson, who has been pastor of the St. Paul Church for nearly five years. He is preparing for the annual conference, which takes J place December 2nd at Marion, Ala., and it is understood that he does not expect to return. Members of both congregations and their friends are Invited to be present. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and for the beautiful floral offerings in thv death of our baby. MR. AND MRS. G. N. QUIGLEY. M ore Tfaao Fifty Years this agency has furnished its patrons with the very best to be had in insur ance protection and service at low est current rates prompt adjust mentprompt payments. i Knowles Brothers No. 205 S. Palaf ox. eacy Phone 22. HE3S DANCING SCHOOL Army and Navy Civilians (Limited Number) THE MANAGEMENT OF Soldiers and Sailors THE SAN CARLOS HOTEL Begs to Present PR iF. L. A. HEPBURN Twenty years' instruction in army posts and navy stations, and the only instructor on a United States battle ship. Will organize classes in the SAN CARLOS AUDIT ORIUM, commencing FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22nd. Beginners' Class, 7 to 8 :30 ; Advance Class, 8 :3Q to 10, Saturday afternoon, 2 to 4 and 5 to 6. Saturday evening, 6:30 to 8. . Commencing Monday, until further notice, classes every afternoon from 2 to 4 and 4 to 6, except Sundays. Every night from 7 to 8:30, and 8:30 to 10 except Sun day and nights that the auditorium is engaged for dances, such as the aeronautic dances, etc. On these nights there will be one class from 6:30 to 8 only. For all service men, single lesson 75c; ten lessons, $6.00. Civilians, single lesson $1.00; ten lessons, $7.50. For further information, call on Prof. Hepburn at the hotel. FALK S Tomorrow's .-. Great Special Sale SAD.E STTAKnrS TrGODBK!nW eveir Tomorrow's Great Special Sale Stare Was Fan The Values' Never So Pronounced un.- . 1 mmmm mmm 1M SHOP EARLY IN THE DAY BUY USEFUL GIFTS ONLY CARRY SMALL PARCELS HOME BUY w. s. s. DAILY No Goods Sold On Credit Giving the public values and a character of apparel that has brought us volumes of business. All of this accomplished through our ever alert and careful system of buy ing. Here's Christmas time when everyone is eager to buy; how we have prepared is partly expressed in these columns. You must come &nd see for yourself. Our buyer, just back from New York, where he made some wonderful purchases on close outs. One of those foramate opportunities where the manufacturer needed the cash, and where we had the cash. And we are now going to give YOU the benefit of our alert buying, by placing the entire purchase, consisting of N NO W ON SAILE We have divided them into groups with three lots to each group. 100 garments to a lot or a total of 300 garments to a group, thus totaling the entire purchase of 900 gar ments. They will be off ered at a price that will pack our store all day, , -r- Morning Hours Are Best Wise Buyers Will Shop Early GR0UP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 300 Coats 300 Suits 300 Dresses Values up to $50 Values up to $50 . . Values up Jo $50 A large variety of styles and the very Suits of most engaging charm uts We could not convey to you in thought last thought of fashion. These are of restraint and dignity. There are what beautiful dresses these are. divided into three lots as follows: also divided into three lots as follows: TJlev consist of the newest modes and have been divided into three lot3 ii, i i I, as follows: LOT 1 LOT 1 . 100 Coats at 13.95 100 Suits at $22.95 L0T1 Consisting of velours, plushes and Consisting of serges and poplins. AH 100 Dresses at $13.95 coatings AH shades and sizes, plain the wanted colors and all sizes. A Consisting of serges, satins and silks, and fur trimmed. A great Christmas most wonderful value at The assortment is varied, and a great opportunity. Your choice of this lot value at $22.95 13.95 $13.95 LOT 2 W - 100 Coats at $19.95 cf 100 Dresses at $19.95 ... . M i. j. Consisting of serges, poplins, diago- Consistmg of velours silvertones, di, nalg and gabardines A1I shadea and Consisting of serges, satins, silks and agonals coatings. All the new ma- sizeg for ladieJ migsea juniors Jerseys There are all sizea and all terials and colors are represented. Monday eolor8 new For Your choice Saturday and Monday Monday only 19.9 5 $32.95 $19.95 LOT3 100 Coats at $29.95 i00 Suits at $39.95 100 Dresses at 29 95 Consisting of velours, silvertones SU- Confli!!ting. Qf ve,Qur3i si,Tfrton ve. 9 ver tjps, pom pom and Bolivia cloth. lour peWne, Dnvetyn. sUver tips u) Cofiwtmg of .ergres, velours, silks All colors and sjzes. For Saturday &u newest shades. For Monday a"5 eys' 4" the w f"teta and Monday selling and colors are shown. Monday $29.95 $39.95 $29.95 CHOOSE FURS NOW FOR X-MAS GIFTS - f TV . r . Mom, 25 Per Cent Discount EXTRA FUR SALE on all skirts One lot Red Foxes at .$6.50 It's your unrestricted choice of any Skirt in our store at One lot Red Foxes at $23.95 tvtit nmTm -,T,-, r, . . , . , . One lot Red Foxes at , ,..'..$35.00 25 PER CENT DI5COUNT. All new FALL SKIRTS m a Values up to $50 Variety of distinctive models to choose from for Monday only FALK9 JUST ACROSS FROM SAN CARLOS HOTEL No Goods Sent On Approval L