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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To insure publication society news should reach the Journal office not later than 6 p. m. All com munications should be signed, not; for publication but as guarantee ot good faith. , and is now located In Pensacola where he has business interests. COLONEL LEE EXPECTED HOME SOON. Friends will be cordially .interested to know that news has been received from Colonel J. R. Lee, U. S. A., of the Seventh Army Corps, now in Germany. saying that he expects to return to the United States next month after which he will soon join his family in Pensa cola. ' K THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. Truth is the foundation of all knowledge and the - cement of ail societies. -dryden; 55 m w 3S 53 RED CROSS TO ASSIST IN JJrrYING ON HEALTH . . SERVICE. , nr M. Josie Rogers, assistant in ,he bureau of education and child lfare of the state board of health, ho has been spending the past three Leks in the city working in conjunc tion with the health authorities, left hst night for Daytona. Fla., and Suits- on the southeast - coast, where Z goes in connection with her work. Dr Rogers has accomplished a won derful work in Pensacola .during her Jay and in connection with the public Sn service and city " official, with the full cooperation of the local chap er American Red Cross; tms'inaugu !at'edATn active carnpaign.in. the pub- scbols for tne Deueiv ADVENT. By Virginia Woodward Cloud. Harken, my heart did some one knock? The night Is wrought of bitter wind: "Why does a star contrive-to mock Eyes that to stars are blind? Listen, my soul did some one speak? Is there no dwelling-placo save mine? . ... The way unto my(door is bleak; O'er it a thorny vine. ' ' ' Oh, shouldst Thou seek Thy room again. "Bid me not feast." make glad, re joice Touch not the chord of bliss or pain Come with Thy still, small Voice! MRS. CRAWFORD CRENSHAW TO SPEAK AT MEETING JUNIOR AND WEE FOLKS MISSION BANDS. A most interesting talk on different phases of life in China will be given by Mrs. Crawford Crenshaw, who has spent the past eight years in that country as a missionary, at the meet ing of the Junior and Wee Folks Mis sion Bands of the First Presbyterian Church in the lecture rooms of tha church tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. A very cordial invitation is extended to all 7oung people cf the city to attend. guests at her home, 8 West DeSoto street, her mother-in-law, Mrs. Vir ginia Hardy and her sister, .Mrs. J. R. Hansborough. of Atlanta, Ga. They will visit for some time in Pensacola and will attend the exercises of the grad uating class of the Pensacola High School of which Miss Maude Hardy is a member. VJilh Tfo Dvn Th Comiaf of Baby Marks th Ad. vent ' of a Glorious Future. in chapter. C. F. Zeek, Buck. C. S L. Simpson, - " .. conditions of tne puyi. t has. been . assisted . making the examinations of the PUplli f tie schools of the city by the fol f tt members of the local Red Cross lowing memDers x-iond. Mesdames vviu.au. . ------ William F. Breen, Bonacker. Max Klein. H. Samuel Pasco, who were :.a k,. Trs. S. R. Mauory Sin. B. on th. examination. hA taken so that by the next school In .Ur r .operation from which has cer the teachers and parents eai- IT .r,ri most encourag been a great iw- akine of ald Dr. Rogers in speaking ing, said conducted w the schools. All Parcn of healthi children to be in the best Jt unfortunately . - aU- C V. MEDALS FOR VICTORY LOAN WORKERS RECEIVED. The medals made from captured German cannon to be awarded work ers in the Victory Loan drive arrived in Pensacola yesterday morning. It is regretted that only 46 medals were received for the entire county which will make It impossible to give a medal to all of those who "worked so faith fully to put the drive over. The num- oer received will be distributed equally as possible.. f as to in tent of nai. the chili nnt!, 'ur t, school nfe with these ror the mental ork ot Swork StM 4rSed on (and it is certainly a most portant one) is with the a city nurse, and WJ y badly in need of one. In our work n the schools we found a large per centage of minor defects, but the most Jangerous is trachoma. It is appall iTth. headway that this fatal eye lisease is gammg au ousness and the genera! 5 xt i most insidious .ts Progress and is seldom ognized , until it is too late to correct its tern . Me effects. . ! 'I sincerely hope that it will not te long before Pensacola has a city lurse and a well organized system of wealth service, in her schools and. :hat end being attained, it will not 3e long before a much higher per -ent of the mental and physical effi ciency of school pupils will be re corded. Our work has been in cor-j relation with that of Dr. O. H. Cox. of the public health service, and in our work in the schools we enjoyed ;he hearty cooperation of County Sup erintendant A. S. Edwards and were extended every courtesy possible by him. NAVAL OFFICERS RETURN HOME. The many friends of Ensign Julian A. Fay and Ensign John A. Knight will learn with regret that they have been put on inactive duty, and expect to take their departure today or to morrow. Thy have been stationed here since July 1918. and will be pleasantly re membered hv Pensacola people as among the delightful entertainers in tbe valdeville given last fall for-the Patriotic League. -Both voune men. while in college, were on th nomfli Glee club, and were famous for their singing, .with banjo and guitar accompaniments and tor their "buck and wing dance Mr. Fay expects to go to his home Washington, D. C, and Mr. Knight to tore returning to work, returning to work. U. D. C. TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE FOR CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Open house will be held for the Confederate veterans by the United Daughters of the Confederacy at the Bivouac Monday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock, with Mrs. Dan, Sheparad hostess. Personal reminiscences of the war by Mr. Williams will be an in teresting feature of the afternoon. Light refreshments will be served. Those invited to meet with the veterans are the members . of the Ladies Confed erate Memorial association and the Daughters of the Confederacy. HANKS-WINGLER WEDDING TONIGHT. Of cordial interest to friends is the marriage of Mr. J. W. Hanks to Miss Cora Wingler, of St. Louis, Mo, which will be very quietly celebrated at the nome or her sister, 1103 East Jack son street, this evening at 8:30 o'clock, only the immediate family attending, Rev. I. W. Chalker, pastor of the First Methodist church will officiate. Mr. Hanks has only recently, returned . to the United States after seven months overseas service in the aviation corps. HJtSEaSSHSSi' Personal Mention a m m H H B H us b s a in b a Mrs. Rigdon E. Orr, of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting in Pensacola as the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Norman at her home, 313 East Gregory street. She will later visit as the guest of Mrs. Ely Cox at her summer home on Perdldo Bay before returning to Birffit-Ingham. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Cope return tonight to their home in Washington, D. C, after a delightful two months' visit in Pensacola as the guest of Mr. Cope's mother, Mrs. M. M. Cope. Friends will regret to , learn that Miss Grace Williams is quite ill at the home .of her parents. .Mr.' and Mrs. J. B. , Williams, 1206 - East Cervantes Street. - '. " " ' f! ' Scinetlsts say great stress should be laid upon the remarkable influence which the mother's happy pre-natal disposition has upon the health and future ot the genera tions to come. There is a splendid preparation women for over half a century have applied be fore the stork's arrival, known as Moth er's Friend. This is a most grateful, penetarting remedy that at onco softens and soothes the myriad ot broad, flat abdominal muscles under the skin of the abdomen. By its regular used uring the period the neYves. tendons and cords are relaxed and there Is an absence of nau sea, bearing-down pains, strain and gen eral discomfort more often than otherwise experienced when nature Is. unaided. By the use of Mother's Friend night and morning the muscles relax with ease when baby comes, the timer at the crisis Is shorter and pain and danger is nat urallv avoided. Write the Bradfleld Regulator Com pany. Dept. E. Lamar Building. Atlanta. GeorKia, for their Motherhood Book, and obtain a bottle of Mother's Friend from the druggist, by all means, and get into condition to meet the crisis. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT BILL HAS NOT YET BEEN INTRODUCED ; Mr. Tiert N. Pool ev after eniovinsr a a. i . . i. i - been II g I c t3 Uil uio mnlated bill, Senator Igou probably (BY HERBERT FELKEL.) Tallahassee, May 23. Senator Igou authorizes the statement that he has introduced no bill for the creation of a new judicial circuit to be known as the 17th nor has any such measure nroDceed. After all parties gomery. New Orleans and Mobile, re turns home today. Mrs. A. L. Davis left last night for Grove Hill. Ala., where she will spend the summer months. During her ab sence her home, 221 West Cervantes street will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Taylor, of Birmingham, Ala. will introduce it, he states. Birmingham. Ala., have arrived in Pen sacola to spend the summer and are located at 606 East Jackson street. Mrs. W. O. H. Shepard is enjoy ing a delightful visit in DeFuniak Springs, Fla., as the guest of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. W. T. Shepard. Mrs. B. F. Hardy is entertaining as J An Atmosphere of Ref ine- ' ' ' ment. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET AH the delicacies of the sea son properly prepared and served. Choice of a'la carte or table d'hote. SAN CARLOS MAIN CAFE fffl-ATS " . ATS LARGE HATS SMALL HATS MEDIUM HATS DRESS H ATS--STREET HATS B I G G EST HA T S ALE Hoaey in the the Com! EVER HELD IN PENSACOLA Every lady in Pensacola should come to our store today and Monday e Ready-to-Wear Store 9 PnfxEE SPSQALCLEARANCE SALE IflLLIfffiRY flvery hat in our store of fere d during these two days at slaugh tered prices. None reserved. Included in our stock is 200 new ar ?rivals just received. Hats of Liserie, Lace, Milan, Leghorn, Geor gette, Pineapple Braid and others all the latest styles. DIVIDED INtO FIVE LOTS LOT 4 $7.48 LOT 1 $2.98 $5 values LOT 2 $3.98 7.50 values LOT 3 $4.98 $10 values 1250 & $15 values LOT 5 $9.98 20 values None on Approval No ne Exchanged Cash Only IM ''Ready-to-Wear Store 9 and 11 South Palaf ox Bleached SHEETS Size 81x90 $1.49 - 1 4"! EVERLASTINJ3 Fabrics Company Opposite the San Carlos Hotel Huck TOWELS Size 15x30 15c il p A Choice and roup lohnai of Suits, Capes, is Re-Priced for Coats Today's Selling Far Below Whole 'Sale Cost Garments that reflect the genius of world famed designers and are equally desirable for the worth of the materials as for their very low prices. The newest style, tendencies are displayed in every garment. Women who know values will easily recognize these gar ments as belonging to very much priced groups. - . higher Special Sale Silk r :1 HOSIERY $ 11 .25 Women's new fash ioned Seamless Hose ; all sizes in Cordovan, white, seal and medium grey. i i Suits Are Priced as Loiv as . . Capes Are Priced as Low as . . Coats Are Priced as Low as . . Dolmans Are Priced as Low as $1 2.75 $ 6.50 $1 0.75 $12.75 I! i When You Take That Plunge en's Triangle Soft Collars The beauty of this new soft collar is Its unforced, natural effect. The Triangle hook keeps the collar smooth and holds the tie up In place. , : The Triansle hook cannot be Feen when the tie is in place. Triangle Collars are now" on display in our show windows. - On sale in the Men's Furnishings-Department. All sizes; many styles; ; r .... - 25c 35c 50c ' i if 3 Half the please is in the satisfaction of knowing that your Bathing Suit is just the proper style. And as for colors, we believe ours are as fast as is pos sible to make them. The prices, we know, will please you as these will at test. Women's Jersey Bath ing Suits, all colors, sizes 32 to 44. and Tip Men 's Bathing Suits, all colors, sizes 32 to 46. and up Girls White Dresses Manv styles some plain, some more fanciful all pretty and dainty. NOT one of them that wouldn't look beauti ful on any little miss. Come and see this line. All are well made. Many lace and embroidery designs among them, also ribbon belts. Just the thing for that fluffy little party dress. Sizes .6 to 14 years. Specially priced at $2.00 to $3.95 , CHILDREN 'S DRESSES of plaid Percales,' trimmed with contrasting stitching; ages 2 to 6. Specially Priced at 85c CHILLREN'S DRESSES in solid color Cambrays, stripe Gingham and Plaid Percales; ages 7 to 14. Specially Priced at $1.50 , CHILDREN'S APRONS in pink and light blue Chambray; trimmed with white; sizes 2 to 12. ... . Specially Priced at 95c . Sharp Reductions for Today's Selling I .... 3 i i GINGHAM FROCKS For women and misses. Bargains of genuine substance; frocks of Eingham in handsome plaids and checks. The new vogue collars and cuffs or organdy or Pique Price $4.95 Each ' TABLE NAPKINS Full Belached Napkins, some are slightly soiled, others are imper fect In design. Size 15x15. A very special bargain at this Price $1.20 Each WOMEN'S GOWNS Round and V necks, short sleeves. AH nicely trimmed with embroid ery and ribbon. $1.25 Each. ( BARBER TOWELS Getting close to the old time price again; we will sell 100 dozen of these useful Cotton Towels, size 14x24 Inches, at this special Price 10c Each........ WOMEN'S DRAWERS Fine quality of Nainsook- out sizes), nicely trimmed with lace or embroidery SI 25 Price, pair .... ...... VJ"ti' SIEN'S ITNION SUITS Made of checked nainsook in the athletic style, with the elastic waistband and closed clotch; broken sizes KfV Suit 0UC DAISY LOXGCLOTH This special selling presents un usual savings. About one thou sand yards of this fine 3' wide material to be sold special price 25c Each SHEETING MCSL" Unbleached, yard-wid' heavy, firm weave, ppeclal at this Price, ' yard lln. extra 17c BOYS WORK SHIRTS Boys' dark blue chambray Work Shirts, all sizes up to 14. 29C very special H EATH ER B LOOM PETTICO ATS Light - weight, nice looking Skirts, made just like the silk skirts. A special value ot this Price . . $1.50 Each VOILES 1.200 yards of handsome new Spring Voiles for dresses and other wear; many plaids, stripes and floral designs, in a wide range ot colorings. 19c Special PRETTY PARASOLS Nothing like one for adding to a woman's appearance or for keep ing freckles at their distance these hot summer days. Fancy ebonine bandies with silk carry ing loops, beautiful silk tops in al Ithe newest colorful S3.59 effects 5IEN'S WORK SHIRTS Men's full-form light blue cham bray Work Shirts: all sizes from 14 up. While they 79c last MEN'S CArSTLET GLOVES Made from heavy grade of Can vas Muleskin Palm, double 35 stitched, pair..... BOYS' SCHOOL HOSE Medium weight ribbed Black Stockings, with double heel and toe for extra wear. Oc Price, pair 3 i I c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS At the price there are no bet ter made at least we haven't seen them. Of high grade per cales or Madras in colorful stripes. Sizes 14 to 17. 1 Ift Price 0& CHILDREN'S ROMPERS One-piece Play Suits, made of good quality solid color .nd striped Chambray. Ages 2 to S years. Price 69e Each TABLE DAMASK Mercerized aStin Damask. C4 inches wide. A limited quantity, at this special 79c Price, yard.... MEN'S HOSE In all the newest shades for spring. An excellent quality, lisle. All izes. 25c Price, pair. K 3 f jT t iT la ixi , zmzJ 27 k