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QUESTIONS FOR CAXTONS
is REVIEW Or oiistna
Following arc the questions tor
tudy in the review of Dickens' "Bleak
!, ust at the meeting of tlife Cax
!ons on Monday afternoon at 3:45
. jocJc with Mr. Frank Welles:
I Give the plot and counter plot.
s they consistently carried out?
" ' What feature adds most zest to
! j. Givo the best example f
humor, satire, pathos.
4 Is the local color strong?
5 Which character are the most
n3tural? Which overdrawn and to
e. Which is your favorite charac
ter and why?
7 contrast Mr. Bucket with Jar
ret in "Les Miserables." Jo with Gtau-
g Give briefly the strongest ctmr
.cteristics of Mr. Turveydrop; Mr.
Jkimpole; Mrs. Jellyby; Mr. Badger;
lrs. Basnet; Richard.
9 Why were the Pardiggles nd
.rellybys' introduced into, the story?
10 Give Mr. Jarndyce's advice to a
oung man (Richard) starting out la
11. Give Jo's Idea of prayers.
12 Contrast the charity shown, by
Mr." Jarndyce with that of Mr. Skim-
13. Give the business principles of
Slaze and Sparkle.
II What character relieves strong
?eelings with gifts of half-crowns?
15. How was the fact proclaimed
Then the Deadlocks occupied Chesney
16. Was Hortense's crime premedi
tated? If so, what two purposes could
be have hoped to accomplish?
17. Discuss ' the . artistic way In
Thich the author creates interest
while omitting disagreeable details.
IS. What peculiarity is there about
the author's description of Lady
Deadlock's d.eath? ' S
13. Characterize briefly and "
nclal classification of Sir Leicester;
Mr. Jarndyce; Mr. Tulkinghorn; Mr.
George; Mr. Rouncewell; Jo.
20. Characterize Esther Summer
son, Lady Deadlock, Ada Jarndyee,
21. Show how the unreasonable
laws of Chauncery affected not only
tie litigants, but the whole social
22. What reforms were needed in
Fngland as shown in "Bleak House"?
Have they been accomplished?
ASSOCIATION SCHOOL NO. 35.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Tarents'-Teachers' Association of
School No. 35 will be held at the
s:hool building this afternoon at 2:30
o clock. As this is the last meeting
oi' the year and important business Is
to be transacted a full attendance is
Announcement has been made by
V.r. and Mrs. F. H.- Rhodes of the
eigagement and approaching mar
rage of their daughter, Alice Kath
rn, to Mr. J. C. Crosby, of Pensa
cola, the marriage to take place on
Siturday, May 10, at the home. 813
Green street, Beaufort, South Caro-.
Mr. Crosby is one of the city's lead
ing young business men and the an
il wncement- of his approaching mar
rage to Miss Rhodes, who is a lovely
5-"1 of piquant, brunette type of beau
ty, is received with- cordial interest by
wide circle of friends in Pensacola
ard elsewhere. Mr. Crosby will bring
k s bride to Pensacola to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes and family are
fcrmer residents of Pensacola, having
toved to Beaufort a.. short time ago.
You are invited to attend the opening of our
Salads Cold Meats Roast Fowls. Sandwiches
Imported and Domestic Cheese Kosher Specialties
Orders taken for lunches for picnic parties, bay rides and
outings of all kinds.
Everything prepsred in our store by experts under the most
spa? iUMIf mm
The PuLre Food Store jjk jj
"Where Quality Reigns Supreme
SOCIETY GADSDEN STREET
The Missionary Calendar Society of
the Gadsden Street Methodist Church
will hold their regular monthly meet
ing at 3 o'clock this afternoon with
Mrs. James Gerald- at her home on
Mallory street. A full attendance Is
MRS. MACG4BBONS HOSTESS
TO TUESDAY CUUB.
A delightful social afternoon was
enjoyed when the Tuesday Club met
with lira. J. Macgibbocs at her home
on North Barcelona street About
twelve guests -were present and deli
cious punch was served all during the
afternoon. The club will hold its next
meeting with Mrs. H. O. Anson.
MEETING MISSIONARY SOCIETY
EAST HILL BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Missionary Society of the East
Hill Baptis church will meet at the
church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
cordial invitation Is extended all mem
bers of the congregation to attesfd.
HETTY JANE DUN AWAY TO BE
SEEN IN CHARMING ROLE AT
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Hetty Jane Dunaway, one of the
most clever impersonators known on
the stage, and who has a delightfully
fresh and appealing charm all her
own, will be seen at the First Metho
dist Church tonight when she takes
the role of one of the leading charac
ters ot. one of , the most popular of
the new books in one of the best
lyceum attractions to come here., .
Miss Dunaway comes to Pensacola
direct from Boston, where she has
been engaged in entertainment work
for Uncle Sam's boys stationed there.
There will be fourteen changes of cos
tumes and an especially pleasing fea
ture will be a dramatic and musical
play in connection. The entertainment
begins at 8 o'clock.
TO BED GROUCHY
WE UP FEELIfiC
Wonderful How Calotabs, tin
Perfected Nausealess Somel,
Makes Yon Feel So Good the
Poctors say that the old-style calo
pnel was the best medicine in the
world and the only thing that would
straighten out & disordered liver, but it
had some serious draw backs. The
salivating and the sickening after
effects made many people dread to
take it. The new calomel called Cal
otabs, have all the liver benefits left
in and the sting taken out. Now you
can take calomel without the slightest
objection. One Calotab on the tongue,
at bedtime with a swallow of water,
that's all. No taste, no 'danger, no
griping, no nausea, no salts. Next
morning your liver is clean, your sys
tem purified and you are feeling likt
a two-year-old, with a hearty appe
tite for breakfast. EaX what you
please, no danger.
Calotabs are so delightful that your
druggist will refund the price if you.
are not delighted with them. Sold only
in original sealed packages, price thirty-five
cents. All druggists now hav.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY
BUSY DAY AT HEADQUARTERS
ESCAMBIA COUNTY .WOMEN'S
Good reports were made yesterday
by Mrs. Dave Kugelman and her corps
of workers In soliciting subscriptions
for the Victory loan; $22,00.00 was
subscribed and prospects are even
brighter for tomorrow. Only three
days more remain in which to make
uie quota and the women : expect to
make every bit of the time count. All
who can are urged to volunteer their
services. The tent is onen from 10 .
m. until 5 in the afternoon and bonds
may De purchased . there at any time.
Mrs. J. S. MoGaughy is captain for
todayand her worker are- Mr-., r tt
Aiken, Mrs. William lcCallan, ' Mra.
vince Faurier, Mrs. George Went
worth, Mrs. O. J. Semmee. Miss Mahel
Gonzalez. Miss Eleanor M!thll
Misses Brownson, Misses McLane and
Miss Genevieve Carter.
The Price Of Pei." that RtrrlTur
five reel cloture of war RPpn tQ -wHtH
interesting close-ups will be shown at
tne isia again today free of charge, be
ginning at 12:80 o'clock, and all who
have not seenrit are urged to do so
as this will be the last time it will
be shown. This is the first tinie that
it has been released to the public and
it is a most poignant an Deal to con
summate peace with the purchasing of
COMPANY- "Q" TO ENTERTAIN
WITH DELIGHTFUL DANCE
AT SAN CARLOS.
Company "G." Of th Vatrintif
League, with Mrs. Henry Jeudevine,
leader, will entertain with a dance at
the San Carlos on the evening of
Wednesday, May 21st, for the benefit
of the little orphan children of the
Pearl Eagan Home. A cordial Invita
tion is extended everyone to attend.
The dance promises to be one of
the most enjoyable of the season if it
is characterized by the same delight
ful charm of other affairs given by
Company 'G,M' who have established
quite a reputation as ideal hostesses.
The company-are making elaborate
plans for the dance and hope to have
a large attendance. The -girls have
taken a most active part in all ac
tivities to add to the pleasure of the
poorer and orphan children of the
city and hope by this means to start
the summertime right for the children
at the home:
-f 1 ' 1 T
What is "Spring Fever?"
It is simply low Vitality, a lack of
Energy caused by impurities in the
blood. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill
TONIC restores Vitality and Energy
by Purifying and Enriching the blood.
Tou can soon feel its Strengthening,
Invigorating Effect. Price 60c. adv.
Blood Poison, Risings, Bunipa,
Pimples, Bone Pains, Cured
by Prescription C-2223
Stop Paying Out a L.ot of Monej
for Expensive Trips for Baths (
and Get Well at Home at
Slight Cost. Great!
Many of our readers will be glad to
knW that thev can now nt Pnarrln. I
tion C-2223 .at any of our home pres
cription druggists. It is all vrepared,
and so don't cost much. Dose is indi
cated on bottle, so you can eaaly cure
yourself at home. C-222S is liquid, and
and taken Internally purifies and en
riches your blood, sending a flood ol
pure rich blood to the skin surfaces,
joints and every part of the bodr.
Pretty soon-tha itching stop. Eczema
and old sora. pimples, risings and
oumpg are healed. . Bone pains an
rheumatic aches are stopped, your akfa
lilies on the glow of perfect health. It
would cost a good deal to consuls m
fepeclaltat, but ?du can Ret his pres
cription at little cost by asking for Fr
fccription C-?223. It also drains out ol
Vour system all the urio acids and fcn
rttrltles tat cause all the sores an
imors. ians and ache of rheuma
isrn. .. . .
F A SHI O
The Store for Women.
$"1.98 arid $2o
A beautiful line and a splendid assortment of
'Wash Waists for Sport. Wear in Organdies,
All These Are Unusual Values.
. For a Weak Stomach. ;
As a general rule all you need to
to is vto adopt a diet suited to your
age and occupation and to keep your
bowels regular. When you feel that
you have eaten too much and when
constipated, take one of Chamber
lain's Tablets. Adv.
Club Breakfast...... 35c and Jp
served 7 to 10- " '
Luncheon ......... .60c and 75c
served 12 to 2:30
served 6 to 8:30
Saturday and Sunday
Dinner DeLuxe ........ ... $1.50
served 12 to 8:30
Service a la carte at Grill Room
Coffee Shop-and Grill Closed
We long to brighten up your home; to make it a hap
pier place in which to live. You can afford to, and by our
plan never miss the money. .
Our stock of Summer Furniture is most complete.
COME IN TODAY
T. E. Williams Furniture Co.
90 East Wright Street.
"DANDERINE' ' FOR FALLING HAIR
CI iiii! S I
a.'?. tS' . w m iv c a m m i
. A small bottle of Danderine costs but a few cents at
any store. It stops falling; hair, itching scalp and ends
dandruff, besides it doubles the beauty of your hair, mak
ing it appear twice as heavy, thick and abundant Try itl
J LEa LSV.
SUMMER SESSION OPENS JUNE 26th ;
Located in the foot-Kills of the Blue-Ridge Mountains, it
combines the advantages of a summer rescrt and school.
Modern buildinss, extensive grounds, including park, lake.
dairy farm, etc. Now gymnasium, swimming pcol. abundant opportunity
for out-door recreation. . ...
Regular fall term opens Feptember 15th; oilers a standard college course
leading to A.B. degree; special courses including domestic science, domestic
art, painting, arts and crafts, secretarial courses, etc.
Advantages in music and oratory unsurpassed in America.
Reservations for fall term now being made. ' For catalog and illustrated
N SII O P-
. 115 S. Palaf ox '
MORNING. MAY 8, 191&
Suggestion' for a Camping Trip.
Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy before leaving
home. As a rule it cannot be obtained
when on a hunting, fishing or pros
pecting trip. Neither can it be ob
tained while on board the cars or
steamships and at such times and
places it is most likely to be needed.
The safe way is to have it with you.
Adv. . - r:'.
2 Personal Mention ' ; 2
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gundersheimer
have taken apartments at 818 North
Belmont street, where they are at
home to friends.
; Miss Ruth Walker, of Louisville, Ky.,v
is expected to arrive in the city soon
to be the cuest of Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. Van Metre, at their home on
Xorth Ninth avenue.
Mr.s Edmund G. Fox and little
daughter, Mary Elizabeth, returned
home yetserday morning after a de
JIghtful two weeks visit in Brook
haven, Miss., as the guests of Mrs.
Fox's sister, Mrs. R. F. Alyward. Miss
Emma Massey, who has enjoyed r an
extended visit with Mrs. Alyward, ac
companied them home. Enroute they
stopped for a short visit in New Or-
eans, being accompanied on their re-
Girls! Make beauty lotion at
home- for a few cents. Try Itl
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces of or
chard white, shake well, and you hav
a quarter pint of the best freckle ano
tan lotion, and complexion beautifier.
at very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the . lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter will supply
three ounces of orchard white lor
few cents. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms
ind hands each day and se how freck
les and blemishes disappear and how
elear, soft and white the skin becomes,
tea! It is harmless. Adv,
: Iff I I f
i i mm
X. 1 "
turn home by Mr. and Mrs. Alyward
as far as the Crescent City.
Mrs. E. C. Strickland has returned
to her home in Plorala, Ala., after vis
iting for several days in the city as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Philip H.
Lee, at their home, 898 North 10th
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stevenson
(Miss Anna Stiles) have returned to
thir home, 11 West Cervantes street,
after a delightful visit in Chicago, as
the guests of Mr. Stevenson's rela
tives. Friends of Mr. George S. Roberts
will be glad to learn that he is rest
ing well after having undergone an
operation at the Pensacola hospital.
Mr. Roberts became ill Wednesday
morning when he suffered a severe at
tack of appendicitis.
Mr. W. G. Green, zone chairman
for the Salvation Army Home Service
drive, returned to the city yesterday
from Birmingham,' where he had been
in connection with the drive and is
leaving again today to be absent a
Friends of Mr. William J. "Kelly will
learn . with pleasure that he is ex
pected to arrive in the city within a
few days. Mr. Kelly, who has Just
returned from overseas duty, is now
at Baltimore. Among those to wel
come Mr. Kelly on his return home
will be a charming little daughter
who arrived during his absence. .
I Sergeant William A. Klein is visit
ing 'in the city as a most welcome
guest at the home of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Macgibbons, on
North Barcelona street. Sergeant
Klein, whose home is in New Orleans,
was recently mustered out of the serv
ice at Camp Nicholas.
Miss Ida Palmes, leaves today for
Memphis, Tenn., where she will spend
several months visiting as the guest
of her sister, Mrs. "L. G. Aymard.
A MISTAKE MADE BY MANY.
Don't wait for rheumatism to indi
cate diseased kidneys. When you suf
fer pains and aches by dayand sleep
disturbing bladder weakness by night,
feel tired,, nervous and run down, tho
kidneys and bladder should be restored
to healthy, strong and . regular action.
It is a mistake to postpone treatment.
Foley Kidney Pills put the kidneys in
sound healthy condition and keep them
active and strong. Begin taking today.
Good results follow the first dose.
NEGRO I. O. O. F.
The Sessions of the Colored Odd Fel
lows convention which Is being held in
this city are well attended, about 100
being present. The convention opened
yesterday and will continue in session
Among those present and taking part
in the program are: W. S. KnuckhalrA,
grand master of the lodge;. L. H. My
ers, R. T. Thomas, T. M. Applen, J.
M. Thomas, M. N. M. Bennett, Rev. I
II. E. Jones, E. F. Aarons, J. L. Pick
ens, J. R. Paige, C C. Malngault and
D. W. Perkins.
ON COUNTY ROADS
The roadmaster of Escambia county,
in an interview regarding the condi
tion of the roads, admits frankly that
they are in bad shap.e at present, and
explains that this is due chiefly to
the recent heavy raining and the ex
treme shortage of labor. '
Formerly, he stated, it lias been the
practice to work the convicts on the
roads; but now the convicted men
are paying their fines, which they
seem well able to do, instead of going
to jail, and it is practically impossible,
to hire men.
This statement goes to emphasize
the seriousness of the present labor
shortage, and to prove that any man
who needs" employment and is able and
willing to work can be well accommo
35 NEWS BRIEFS. s
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Kurucar
have left for Chicago where they will
make their home. Mrs. Kurucar was
formerly Miss Alma Williams, of thl3
city. Mr. Kurucar was a member of
the band at the naval air station and
has recently been discharged.
George W. Gray and Mrs. Iola B,
Mason were recently married at Fort
Barancas by Chaplain Lutz. The only
attendants were Mrs. Catherine R.
Brown and William Bayard, TT. S. A
A West Indian negro, Stephen Gale.
26, died at Fort Barrancas Tuesday
as the result or a Droicen necK, re
ceived While diving into shallow water.
This is believed to have been the first
bathfng fatality of the season.
Banking and business houses in the
city yesterday flew the Fourth Liberty
Loan honor flag from their staffs to
indicate the belief that the Victory
Loan will go over as have the prev
Should not be "dosed"
for colds apply the
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and their sides
Color cuts no figure
in making the treads
pf Diamonds, For a
f tire tread must resist -the
mauling of rough :
and stony roads the
grind of macadam and
When the tcu&hest.
most grHtly rubber
that could 'pcsHiy.fce''""
msda, for Diamotvd
ZV?&iia vr&i mace, it
just naturally CAME
BLACK! Black it
will be always unless
a tougher rubber is
But the aides of
Diamonds are made
red purposely be
cause Diamond Red
Rubber admirably re-
sists side -wear, and r
those red sides maka
" Watch those red
they're rolling up
5,000 to 8,000 miles
for our customers as
often as anyother
tires, and they COST
YOU LESS than most
? 117 W. Garden St.
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