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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1919.
13
S0RHO03ES
Varfield Grocery
Company
Have just received
Beechnut
Crabaple Jelly
Strawberry Jelly
Damson Plum
Jelly
Cranberry Jelly
Peach Jelly
Red Currant Jelly
Peanut Butter
Our Special
A. & M. College
Creamery Butter
Phone 1566
Corner Alcanlz and Inten
tendenda Streets.
TMokofTbis
A No. 2 1-2 Extra
Staodrrd Apricot
for 35c
then thine of one of
Gardner's
Plain Cakes,
1-pound cats at 40c
Hoyt Bros.
& Co.
Phono 812
NIT. VERNON CARRIES
GENERAL GLENNON AND
800 WOUNDED MEN
New York. March 8. The ML Ver
non due at New York March 13, has
on board the 102nd supply train, 102nd
sanitary train, 102nd. ammunition
train and the military police of the
27th. division. This . transport Is
bring 20 casual companies for various
states and 800 sick and wounded. In
cluded In the . casuals on board Is
Brigadier General James D. Glennon.
The Argentina Is - due at New York.
March -16 . with casual companies for
eight states, two transportation corps
companies for camps Merrltt and
Meade and twenty-three casual offi
cers. '
M MASSED
track mi
Friday's meet on Kast HID playgrounds
tiffnrm A rraat crawd of Students ana
friends the sophomores took the last of
th meets for the troohv awarded by the
Wilson Biggs Company. They took first
place In the standing hop. step ana jump
relay and the carry one relay and second
places In the l0O-Td shuttle relay and
the obstacle relay.
The. Juniors took two first - nlaces and
one second, the seniors took one second
place and three thirds,, the freshmen took
one third place. The seniors took tb
lead In the first meet, the Juniors over
took them in the second, and the sopho
mores, who had held a close second place
In both meets, forged to the front in yes
terday's meet and won bv two points.
Th meet was not decided until the last
event so that interest remained at fever
heat until the last man had erossea tne
finish line. Contestants entered In each
event, numbered 48, each team entering
12 men. About 75 boys participates
The first event was the Hm-yarfl shut
tle relay, which the Juniors won In 2 mln
titnm and 38 1-2 neconds. makinsr an aver
age for the 12 men 13 seconds. The soph
omores took second and the seniors
third. .
SManrf Event.
. The standing hop, step and Jump relay
was the second event and Trove very
Yftltfnar. Th aenlora lead off with a
nomhlned distance of 433 feet. 8 Inches,
the Juniors came next and outjumped
their rival team with a distance of 246
feet. 9 Inches: the sonhonores then out
distanced the field with 249 feet. 2 Inches
to the mad cheers of the whole sopho
more class and rooters.
The third event went to t sopho
mores with the -enlors second and the
freshmen third. This event was the carry
one relay. Each of the 12 contestants on
a team was carried or t0 yards and in
turn carried one of his teammates for 50
yrds.
The fourth nd last event was the ob
stacle relav. The race consisted of a re
lay over five obstacles, first through a
sack, second over a two foot barrier and
a six foot ditch, third through a harrell.
fourth walkine over rarellel rails 25 fee
long, three high and three fet apart,
and last over a five foot wall. The Jiin
lors won handly In this event In 14 min
utes and 42 seconds. The itonhoncore won
second place, the seniors third, the fresh
men close behind.
Girl Footers.
Miss Natalie Moffett was the sopho
nwm r1nn snontor and lead a bevy c
enthusiastic sophomore girls In encourag.
lnr their team on to victory.
The officials of tne mm were.
t TT! Ti KMra. cnairmn
WATSON, PARKER &
W REESE CO.
Everything to Wear
hoard: Judees. J. P. Moore. Y. M. C. A.
T W. Reiss. of the rimvT," K. E.
vi.Verv anfl Trof. V.'m. Tyler; scorer a
M.nouncr. W-r. I Iisy: clerk o.
cows?. r-rnf. W. C. Stapleton, and
j-tsrter. T O. Olpen. '
The ser'e ot nr.ei wn conducted
the hoy a'h'.-tlc aJ'-fai!.-r of the hlsrh
school with J O Olspr rhy-ical d''
tor and nhvt! fl'u-rtr.r of the hln
fchl In -harc and .Tno. Levis Reese.
preVInt f the athletlr- esporlstinn ,' a
atst'nsr. Tlie sccce-s of the meets wsi
due to ihe heartv cooperation of Prof.
Collier of the hisrh school. Pn. Staple
ton, faculty athletic fidvis-"-. the ent're
faculty. of P. IT S. the officials of t
meet and the fiembers of the athletic
assoclatloln.
This series of rreets markefl ti
flrft steo In Pensacola in msed ath
letics and produced great enthusiasm.
Fully 75 per cent, of th boys In h'-h
school participated In the meets, the
majority of , whom ha? narer be In
athletio competition before Other
meets are planned and out-of-town
meets are practically assured.
The presentation of the Goldsmith
trophy wfll be made by Prof. Colller
at the opening of school Monday and
until that time the trophy will be dis
played In "Wilson Bl?gs window.
SUPREME COUNCIL OF
PEACE MEET ARRANGES
HUN MERCHANT FLEET
Paris, March R.The supreme council
when It met today, expected to sett'e
the difficulty over the German mer
chant ships by arranging for the fool
supplies asked for by Germany, which
the American delegated reeard as part
of the armistice pledge to Germany.
DEPORTED SOLDIER
BACK TO U. 8. A. NOW
NUMBER OVER 419,55?
"Washington, March 8. TJn to March
3 'departures of soldiers fron Prance
numbered -419,555 of rhom 354.S24 had
landed In -the United States up to yes
terday. Hospital records from the expeditionary-
forces. General March- said,
showed 81.231 patient on February 20,
a reduction from 112,217 when the ar
mistice was signed.
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V. FOOHTWH pen!
JUST RECEIVED
Hand Made French-American
Lingrerie
Fine soft white matrials, strictly hand
made and hand embroidered, in real dainty de
signs entirely differed from the usual ideas.
- Night Gowns and Envelope Chemise with
crochet lace edged shoulder straps, cut-out and
net effects, fancy scalloped edges and designs
of every new idea, and ribbon trimming.
$2.50 to $6
How COULD there
be prettier, nobbier
SUITS
than we are showing
Real "lady-like" styles see cut below chic,
tailor made models, ideals to suit all ag-es. Touched
up with a little frill, a few rows of buttons, neatly
f arranged braid, som with scallop flaps, long open
collars, skirts with button pockets, some with braids
ed bottoms, some slightly slit just most anyway
that will look particularly pleasing on YOl Dark
and light materials, and stouts, too.
WATSON, PARKER &
REESE CO.
Everything to Wear
$25 to $65
NEWEST SPRING MODELS
Sizes and styles for all figures, stouts, too,
to conform with every new feature in fashion
able dress. 4
. 1.50 to 6.50
$15 to $50 I
CHILDREN'S WEAR
Dresses, Coats, Bonnets, Hand
Made Goods
Everything that's new for spring, for chil
dren and babies. Pique Coats, 611k Coats,
Dresses, hand-made, hand-embroidered, French
Bonnets all hand made and hand-embroidered
and trimmed, "Jack Tar Togs" in school girl
sizes, white with colored trimming, fancy ties,
emblems, pleated skirts, and other features.
Pretty things at
$1 to $15
The Fashionable "Dainty"
"v - - Model Brassieres
AO-war laeas. crochet edge effect. sUlc
with fancy laot trimming and embroidered,
strictly latest Idea, an sizes.
75c to $3
1vt
High Grade Spring Zephyrs, yjititi i
Extra fine sheer qualities, rich as silk, entirely new shadow plaid effects
in combination colors, tinted stripes in fashionable line' effects, corded
stripes, silk stripes, and dainty line checks in pink and blue for baby
dresses. See Window display, get your share of rn to -I yd.
the country's best v J Vr VA
Rich Patterned1 Spritig Foulards
Beautiful soft colors with scrolls in contrast, circle pattern of every
dreamable idea, florals, spots, and designs of European and Jap origina
tion, on grounds of wood brown, victory blue, wisteria, green, henna, black
and others. These are the very latest silks now in O CA to Q PT
vogue, and prices are modest Ovr O I O
Toflet Goods Dep't
New Goods, Special;
Our large output, high grade goods.
popular prices; keeps our stocks fresh
and clean at all times.
TOOTH BRUSHES Three of the best
makes on the market RTJBBER
SET, PROPHYIATIC STEROLAC-
,TIC at 45c OKf
35c and iO
CLOTHES BRUSHES, leather back,
also with long handle, pure bristles,'
1.60 "
and . tDJ-
HAIR BRUSHES. "Maid of America
genuine mahogany back. I"1
removable pad 5JL
FRENCH IVORY GOODS, new
Combs, Brushes, Buffers, and other
articles, 5 25Q
CUTEX, the cuticle remover, QK
fresh stock ijfJXs
Monday Specials !
$2.25 Floramye, Djer Kiss, . and
Azurea 1 QIC
Extracts XeJ
BOo Djer Kiss Talcum Powder ...39o
1.7S Azurea Face Powder, large ..157
60c Hind's Honey-Almond Cream. .45o
60c Pebeco Tooth Paste ...45o
75c Mary Garden Talcum - 63o
25c Woodbury's Facial Soap 21 o
25c Mentholatum. Jar ............. 21o
Kewpie DoUs
The latest thing out for grown ups,
for ornamental purposes. Frenchy
Nudle Kiss Me Showder Brunette
Bathing Girl Our. Baby and other
characters. Assorted prices.
New Umbrellas
Just received a large line with fancy
wood handles, some with French ivory
tips, manlsh styles with leather thongs,
also detachable handles. Guaranteed
silk covers and other strong materials.
Prices modest f rTCT
$6.50 ...... ............ ... JL.0
Long: Cloth
Special
Linen Bag:
Special
Union Suit
Special
Excellent soft sheer quality,
10 yard bolts, $4 qualities
at $3, and $3,75 auali-
ties at
only
2.82
and Laundry Bags, ready- Women's styles, 86 and 38,
made otl "Indian Head,"- summer welghts, open
heavy draw cords, fancy . . ...
desltms, for mhmii,.r. cruvcii. umoreua panis ian-
Jing, 75o fTQ cy edged, $1
' bags 0C goods, Monday
,85c
Our Wash Goods Dep't Crowded to the Limit
High Class Goods, Largo Variety, New 1919 Patterns.
SHIRTING MADRAS,
for high grade shirts,
is rr.r.... 45 c
PUNJAB PERCALES,
Sea Island brand, fast
colors, for shirts and
children's
yard ......
ENSIGN PERCALES,:
, for . shirts, blouses,
house dresses, chll-
. - -dren's wear
yard .
1 SILK ; SHIRTING, ex-,
trs -fine grade wash-'
able, - new I spring"
stripes In fashionable'
colors, yard
158 to &A
40 c
35c
GINGHAM, Glen Caird,
82 inch' in newest
summer ' plaids and
yaV..... 45C
RED SEAL; our fa
mous standard brand,
fine for children's
' wear,
yard .... ...
40c
TORRK, dressy plaid
and stripe Gingham,
dark and light QF
patterns, yd. .. OcJU
EVERETT "' CLASSICS,
splendid . qualities in
neat plaids and
vzr 30c
Furnishings, Notions,
Leather Goods
..
Fancy Neckwear
6111c and lace combinations. Geor
gette and Crepe de Chine ruffled col
,lars, some tinted in oversea blu, bright
red and other colors. Some fancy net
effects, cut-out ideas, scalloped styles -and
fancy laces of all new rTP";
descriptions, 1.50 to lUl
Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs
. All new patterns, large colored bor
ders, fancy designs in odd floral iat-,"
terns,' pure silk, 65c, OK
COc, 35c and ArftJC.
Fine Silk Hosiery
Gorden H, 300 brand in black, white
and colors, pure round thread silk
thread, feet thoroughly C PCfl"
reinforced mJJ.
Hair Bow Ribbon
Heavy stiff Moire Taffeta and plain
colors, some fancy edged, pure silk.'
B and 6 Inches wide, 4f
yard, only fJfcUC
Fashionable Hair Nets
Real human hair, al colors, grey
15c
"Hickory" Underwaists
For children, strong white satlne,
taped, buttons, garters attached, the,'
thing - for summer, -- - ' WJ CT'
2 to 14 years 4 DC
. The "Hickary" Line . , ,
Our new addition in Notion Depart
ment, Garters, Socle Supporters, fancy
Garter Elastic, also round, flat and oval
elastic for all uses, at all prices.
Hair Ornaments
Again t are they here!' Back Combs,'
Side Combs with fancy settings, Bar
ettes and other very latest hair decorations
MARCH SAYS
ARMY IS TO
BE
Washington, March 8w General
March announced today that ,the army
would not be reduced under any cir
cumstance below the figure mentioned
in the reorganization bill which failed
in congress a total of 509,909 officers
and men. He said this total would be
maintained until some, law was passed
providing for a permanent force which
would "permit the military necessities
of the United States to be handled."
The statement' was made In connec
tion with the Information that General
Pershing had been' authorized to re
sume enlistments for ,the regular
I.
army. Men now overseas who desire
to enlist in the regular establishment,
General March said would be ap
pointed and assigned to regular organ
izations in the army of occupation, re
leasing other men to be discharged.
DRIVEN ON BEACH AT
THIMBLE SHOALS TODAY
Wilmington. -N. C. Marcn 8. The
West Indies to New York, with a cargo
of - sugar was driven higher on the
beach at Thimble Shoals today. The tug
Rescue - from-Norfolk Is proceeding to
her " e ssistance- - and three other vessels
are standing by. Storm warnings have
been hoisted along the. coast and it was
feared the vessel icfiM be a complete
loss. She is registers at 814 tons.
The unexpired ' term is about two
years. The full elective term of the
1 . 3
office Is four years. At the tune of
the death of Mr. McMillan he had
served about half of the last term to
which he was elected.
Use Blue Ribbon Vanilla and have the
satisfaction of knowing your desserts
will be delicious. It never disappoints.

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