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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To insure plication society news should reach the - Journal - office later than P- m. All communications should be signed, not for vAtion but a - guarantee o t good faith. . .: By IN KERRY. ,-. Christine Kerr Davis. mrose path winds down the hill , rutirose v.rrv' tne iuue - - , ,-ind harps a lyric 0! rouna . .hi west w Vis older than the sea. 1 hawthorn buds are Breaking. fia .rA making merry the cu . "" ' , -n-hi.;nerine tree. -j in evcij- ,v. rainbow hush of dawning L'-thrush will call me. fa not there to answer. 3 ".. that light wing L-.i-h wooaianu v ..... . caring what befall me , I catch a lilting cadence the sonK ine -" -j t shamrock, vi rocks: soft, sweet rain is falling ie a silver veil around them, 'd they're laughing like with glee. & the Heart oi mo io uumcoKin r the old sweet ways are camng. i spring, it's spring in Kerry! -,d ms not there to see! H S. CLASS OF '19 TO BE ELC0MEO INTO ALUMNI ASSO ATION TONIGHT WITH BIQ ANQUET, - Commencement ween nas neareu n se, each day of whlcn nas Been oVded with the lovely affairs hav- been given by and for the largest ... pvpr leavmsr me oiu rensw h The scarecrow or examinations a thin? of the past, the Seniors -it i 3 .naathjul fVkofl all live wuiett anu uniucaiuvu the Juniors; diplomas have Been warded members of a class for whlcn most brilliant future has been, pro Uc.orf and tonieht their reign oi nloriority will cease when at one of e most elaborately planned . ana elv banquets ever having been en any class, they will be welcomed o the P. H. S. Alumni Association. The banquet will be held at eight lock tonight in the main dining om of the San Carlos and covers il be laid for about 75 guests. The lies will be arranged in the form of square, with inside space and dec itions which are to be most elab ite will be carried out in the class :ors, orange and black. Music will furnished by a selected orchestra i there will be dancing between urses. Miss Norma Holt, who is astmistress for the evening, "makes e welcome address to the class of ?, and F. Craighlll Brown responds r the class, having chosen as his abject, "Our Future." Miss Gail inkley responds for the class of '17, m as her subject, "Owe No Man Invthing." "Higher Education" 13 he subject on which Dixon Carter eaks, who makes the response for e class of '16. and Lieut. Oliver 'arston. U. S. A., who is home on ive, will make the response for the 5 class. Prof. William Tyler will present the faculty. y Y. C. G. CLUfr PATRIOTIC LEAGUE ENTERTAINS WITH FAREWELL SUPPER. MnBer3 of the Y. C. O. club, of the Patriotic League, prepared and served a delicious farewell supper one evenine mis week given by therd in honor of tneir leader. Miss Grace A. Hamilton. ana, miss Elizabeth C. Adams, recrea tional and executive secretaries, re spectively, of the Patriotic League, who go to camp Seabreeze whioh thev oteri tomorrow, to be absent from the city for some time. Covers w im about twenty, the guests being seated at iour or the attractively arrann ioies m ine cafeteria and the follow mg menu; beautifully served, was enjoyed: Shrimn wiri Iced tea. vegetable salad, with naise dressing, ice creagi and cake. guest oi jLrfmis Hagerman and with friends in Quincy, Fla. V Friends are cordially welcoming Claude C. Fisher, U. S. A who has Just returned from 18 months overseas service with the Rainhow Dlvfeion. and Is vlsirtng for a short time in Pensacola with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sharrard before leaving this morning for his home in Pine Barren. Fla.S Mr. Fisher was in some of the stlffest battles of his division and" luckily wears only one wound Stripe. Mr. and Mrs. Sharrard are also entertain- ing as ( their guest. Miss 'Genevieve James, of Floridatown, who will re main in the city about a week long er before returning home. Miss Myrtle 'Smith, who spent the past winter in the city with her. brother, Mr, Phil Smith, left this week for JTew Orleans, where . she will spend a week visiting" and from there will go to Birmingham to spend some time before returning to her home in LaGrange, Ky. Miss Smith, by her winning, attractive personality, won many friends during her stajr in Pen sacola who have expressed sincere re gret at he departure and the hope that it may not be long before they prepared -andimay again ha,ve the pleasure of hav- ing ner witn intra. every man who served in the war no matter what his rank. Several hundred women of national prominence attended the first meet ing including wives of cabinet officers, wives, mothers and sisters of field and line officers, non-commissioned and en listed personnel in the Army, and Ma rine Corps. 4 The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. William Corcoran Eustis. The preamble" to the constitution temporarily adopted is as follows: "We." the wives and mothers f mem bers of the military and naval services of the United States, desiring to per petuate among ourselves the patriot ic tie which bound together those men wno served under tne American flag in tne great wax, ana to turtner mutual benefit and cooperation, do propose to establish an organization in the Dig trict of Columbia for the foregoing purposes. -'"Those eligible for membership shall Be wives, mothers, sisters and dautrh tres, of those officially named next of am, wno at any time since April 6, wn, nave sesiaea in tne District fo Columbia, 'of men who served in the military or naval services of the United States at any time during the period from April 6, 1917 to November 11 m." . ; .: v..,:''.: Mrs. William Coraoran Eustis acted LIEUTENANT LOUIS MOORE GUEST AT ROSASCO HOME. Lieutenant Louis R. Moor tt: r Regulars, arrived in Pensacola Thurs day night to spend a leave of absence witn Mrs. Moore and son and Mrs. Moore's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Rosasco, and Miss Ada Rosasco, at their home, 518 North Palafox street. He is being most cordially greeted by i.nouu wno regret to learn that hia stay 13 limited until the first of nt week, when "he returns to hi riit. Lieutenant Moore is stationoH nn tha. TJ. S. S. Pittsburt yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, ftt- tins out as nagship of the European squadron and will leave for one year's foreign duty on June 12th, at which time a wonderful crulseyis anticipated. curing tne war the Pittsburg was Pacific fleet flagship, patrolling the South Atlantic. Mr. Moore 1rinrl Vns- last December in Uruguay, South America, and spent the remainder of the winter visiting the principal cities of Uruguay and Brazil, airivin in New Fork in April. Enroute to New xork the Pittsbure nicked nn thirty refugees from a burning sch Thia is Lieutenant Moore' ihirrt to Pensacola. He was at on .ime stn tio.ied on the aviation ship; North Carolina, at the navy yard. Mrs Hal Scott left last night fr New York City, where she will spend a few days before going to Cambridge, Mass., where she will attend the wed ding of her niece, Miss Lois Gay, Whosemarriage to Mr. Victor Ro- malne, of New Orleans, taxes pmce on June lOth. She will vleit with relatives and friends in Camhridge and other points in Massachusetts. expecting to be absent from the city for about" two months. Mr. Scott will accompany her as far as Mont gomery. - Mr. John W. ' Bullock:re turns to Ithe city this morning aiter a business trip to iNew wirano. NEWS RECEIVED DEATH OF MR. DOYLE IN ATLANTA Pensacola friends of Mrs. A. M. brenz were shocked ' and erUv.i when the sad news was received in the city yesterday of the death of her Brother. Mr. G. S. Doyle, of Atlanta- Mr. Doyle had a number of frun in the city, having on different oc casions visited here as th his sister, and In her great loss Mrs. Ebrenz has the sincere Sympathy of her many friends. m - iSSgSSH3SaE5rsgggaa DEEPLY OF LITTLE NSAC0LA FRIENDS jRIEVED AT DEATH OSEPH KESSLER IN Montgomery. The sad death of little Joseph Kess- T..the handsome, bright, young v f Mr. and Mrs. W. D. C. Kessler, cich occured at their home in Mont- omery last Saturday, following a 'nort illness, came as a source of deep grief o the numerous friends of the family in Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Kessler formerly livel hre and their charming home. Hollywood." on the Bayshore, was Ilamoas for the gracious hosiptality iBispensed. there. "Little" Joseph' Waa very nearly reached the aare of nine ears. His sweet, winning manner won the lnvo if nil ixrhrt Vn(w him and s that brief period of his young -'e he had given promise of a- Splendid- ung manhood. In thein bereavement e fsmily have the deepest sympathy . their many' friends: Mrs. M. A. Carswell and sister. Miss Eva Sherrer. left yesterday for Co lumbus, Ga.. where they will enjoy visiting for some time. WOMSIEGHI OFWORIMAR BEING FOB ORGANIZATION MEETING in WASHINGTON 15 ATT cnutu oi HUNDREDS OF WOMEN OF s PROMINENCE. . f BY' GEORGE H. MANNING. ; whicton. D. C. May 80. A begin ning was made here today in the for mation of a nation wide womans or ganization of limitless political power and patriotic services to be composed of feminine relatives of American of ficers and men who served In the world war. The title of "The American Womans Legion of the Great War" was tenta tively adopted as being suitable for the name of a national organization. It is planned ultimately to bring into the legion every proper relative of as temporary chairman and was the unanimous choice of those present for first vice-president of the association. Vice-Presidents elected were Mrs. Wil liam M. Black, wife of General Black; Mrs. A. F. Nlblack, and Mrs. George Barnett. wife of the commandant of the Marine Corps.' The wives of Sec retaries Daniels and Baker were chosen honorary vice-presidents. The annual dues were fixed at $1, and there is to be mt one kind of membership, namely, active, in order to accentuate the democratic ideal on which the association is founded. It is. intended to prepare plans dur ing the summer month sfor the or ganization of locals stmijar to that be gun here In every community in the United States and induce the : women relatives of all the officers and enlist ed men. particularly the latter, who fought in the war, to Join. THREE MEN NOW HELD IN WHITE STORE ROBBERY The next time f you buy calomel ask for Friends will be delighted to welcome home again Charles Hartsfield. Jr. who arrives In the city Tuesday from Montgomery, where he has been at tending the Stark Military Academy to spend the vacation months with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Harts- field. Miss Estelle Hicks left this week for Mount "Vernon, Terre Haute, Ind., and other points in the northeast. where she will spend the summer with relatives and friends. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A SON. ....... iir. and Mrs. Jake Remich are ro wing congratulations on the birth of 1 son at the Pensacola hospital Frl- -ay May 30th. - - Mrs. R. S. Capell and children, of Hosford, Fla., who have been visit ing in the city as the guests of Mr., and Mrs. M- B. Scott. Jr., have de parted, for Mobile, where they will visit "as the guests of Mrs. W. B. Kemp,, before returning home. Lieutenant Oliver Marston returned to the city this morning after a few days visit in Apalachicola, Fla., as the The purified calomel tabi lets that are entirely free of all sickening: and sali vating effects. McdM&a! virtue! vady npreved,' GearaatMj hf ?oe Sreffist. Sell aaljr la sealed package. Price 3Sc. CARSON-BARKER V WEDDING. rtivate Daniel B. Carson, TJ. S.- A, ' iaaho, and Miss Julia Barker, of rt Worth, Texas, arrived in Pensa- yf, ana were quietly married . by --age Henry Bellinger, at his home. uarsou nas Been transferred on Barrancas from Camp Bowie. Potato Chips 15c per package would clear her skin m A nrtv crirl. II it WISH I for that pimply, Diotcny waiV: But the regular use of Retinol aoap, aiaed at first by a little Resinol Ointment, would probably make it clear, fresh and charm ing. If a poor sUniswrhandicap, begin using the Resinol treatment and see how quickly it improves. Resinol Soap ea4 Rctinel Ointment Sr xcellet, too, for the caie of the hair. tft. petliss daadrull a4 kpuc the luir lire and lustrous. All : drujriits sell Resinol So9 and Resinol CHntcaeat. v Tkt Ritirni TrnUmtm rs taintnetkimtlhmtcldinjnr r trritoU tAs mstt tntiiitv ECZEMA SPREAD ONEACE AND ARMS In Pimples. Sore and Burned oevereiy. uuxicura neaiea, ""Ecaema broke out In pimples and spread on my face and arms. The ekin was sore and it would burn so severely that I irritated the erup tion by scratching. I could not land to have my sleeves on ray arms. I could not sleep any at night the eruption itched so. "This lasted two weeks. Then I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I used one cake of Soap and a box of Ointment when I was healed." (Signed) Miss C. Blackledge, R. I, Box 73, Laurel, Miss., June 18, 1918. Havinr cleared your skin, keep it clear by using-Cuticura Soap and Ointment for every -aay touet pur pose and Cuticura Talcum to pow der and perfume. tU luk free fcr H. AMrma port-esi "OWnn, P4. X. SoM mrywhsn. Soap 2S. Ointment a and Me. TaleoB .,.- A trio of suspects in the burglarizing of the store of A. Henry White & Bro. last- week, aren ow lodged in the county Jail, Tobe Wallace, of North Davis street, having been brought in yesterday. It was said that Wallace was implicated in the confession said to have been made by Peter Garrett to Captain Harper a few days ago, and was accused of having some of the stolen goods. DONT LET IT LINGER. A cough that follows la grippe or any other cough that "hangs on" from winter to spring wears down the suf ferer, leaving him or her In a weak ened state unable to ward off sick ness and disease. Jos. Glllard, 148 Fill more street, Nashville, Tenn., writes: "I was suffering wiui a dry, hacking cough and pain in my chest, but since taking Foley's Honey and Tar I have been relieved." It soothes, heals and cures coughs, colds and croup. Good for whooping cough.. Sold everywhere. Ady. - EDUCATION BOARD DISCUSSES FUTURE GONZALEZ SCHOOL ONY GLIYMO & BHD. ; GROCERIES SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Plain Floury 24-lb. bags .$1.60 Plain Flour, 12-lb. bags . .80c S. R. Flour, 24-lb. bags . ; .$1.65 S. R. Flour, 12-lb. bags ....... . . .................. .85c A-No. 1 Flour, 24-lb. bags ...$1.65 X-No. 1 Flour, 12-lb. bags .7j ......... 85c Rice, 10 lbs. for ... . . . . . .$1.00 Sugar, 10 lbs. for ....... ........................ .$1.00 Alaga Syrup, per gallon .$1.00 Alaga Syrup, per 1-2 gal. i 55c Alaga Syrup 1 1-2 lb. can ......................... .15c Karo Syrup, per gal. 75c. Karo Syrup, per 1-2 gal. 45c Karo Syrup, 1 1-2 lb. cans . . . . . ..... ... ...... . . . . . . ,15c No. 1 Tomatoes, 3 cans for . . ...................... .25c No. 1 1-2 Tomatoes; per can ........................ 10c No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 cans for . ............ ..25c Tomato Paste, 2 cans for .15c Brooms, 4-str. for ... ........................... . . . . 45c Sweet Corn, per can 15c Chile Concarne, 2 cans for ..... . .25c lagnolia Milk,: per can ............... . . .......... .20c Dime Brand Milk,' per can ............ ........ .15c Prunes, 3 cans for ..........................25c W-Powder, 6 pkgs. for ..............................25e ; Delivery to Any Part of the City v Corner Coyle and Gregory. PHONE" 620 th. rase should he helO. open umu m A special meeting of the county school i . . - ,.tn.iu of the board, June 8, to board was held last night at six o'clock at the office of Superintendent Edwards to' grant audience to citizens from the vicinity of . the Gonzalez Agricultural School regarding the teaching personnel of the school for the ensuing year After a thorough discussion of every phase of the matter, It was the unani mous decision of all in attendance that give the patrons of the school runner opportunity for conference. - The facta were brought out during the discussion that the Gonxales school is conducted to aford the young people of several counties of west Florida oppor tunity to secure special training in do mestic seience and agriculture; that it has been recently declared by leading ed ucators who have visited it to be the fin est school of that kind in the state ol Florida, and that the board Is planning to expend approximately 910,000 for the erection of a dormitory to house non-resident students. It Is possible that a dor mitory will require the engagement of a competent matron. It is source of prtde to the citizens of Escambia county that a school, of such character is under the Jurisdiction of its board of education. UQRC 11 ' ' FASHION SHOP MER'Q THE STORE FOR WOMEN 115 SOUTH PALAFOX SPECIAL SILK DRESS SALE Tiie PffiilosooBav of "OOJ ALIT" and of "ECRJRS Y Many buyers let the satisfaction of price of ten overshadow the satisfaction of quality! What a mistaken idea! What false economy! How much more satisfactory is real, intrinsic worth. In apparel, cheap things soon look cheap. Good things always look good. Forcheimer's garments combining finished workmanship, finest of materials with inimitable stylo, ' ALWAYS APPEAR to be what they are -Clothes of Character and truest economy. . The hand of the artist has stamped these frocks as creations to suit the whims of the fastidious. It is a pleasure to announce them, as the selection is very big, consisting of styles suitable for every occasion. HDressSaie READ THESE PRICES CAREFULLY. LOO AT THE REDUCTIONS. OUR STOCK OF DRESSES DIVIDED INTO FOUR LOTS XOTNO.l All 25, $27.50, $29.50 Dresses Sale Price $19-50 LOT NO. 2 All $32.50, $35, $37.50, $39.50 Dresses Sale Price $27-50 LOT NO. 3 All $40, $42,50 $45, $47.50 D rssses Sale Price $34-50 LOT. NO. 4 All $50, $52.50, $55, $57.50 Dresses Sale Price $42-50 The materials are Crepe de Chines, Georgettes, Taffetas, Foulards, Paulets and Baronets, $60, $65, $70 up to $125 SILK DRESSES, TO DAY, $59.50. COME EARLY AND GET CHOICE SELECTION