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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1919.
5 Man Postpones His Funeral Miss Edna Clark, who will visit in Louisville w.'t.i her grandfother and other relatives. 1 FROM 10 A, To Insure publication society new should reach the Journal office not later than R p. m. All communications should be signed, not for publication but as -. guarantee o 1 gpod faith. DAILY THOUGHT. .a; a 'a; Men are deceiving themselves when they fancy that they may understand everything and con sider all else Impossible that they cannot perform. a X X X K S V- S I K g M I X S X : :i 'a1 3t S 2 H ALTRUISM. By L. H. Kelsey, S. R, Kansas City, Mo. In this, my brother's keeper must I be, That no self-love of mine his prog ress bars; His rights be not denied because of me, Nor my rash act result in wounds and scars: Tis not enough to stand aloof and see, With pitying eye, a thing that dwarfs and mars. And selfishly refuse to hear the plea Of brotherhood, that points men to the stars. My brother's keeper? Yes, to this ex tent That helpless sorrow's lonely tear be dried, And kindly ears hear misery's lament. With abrogation of self-centered pride; That courage be diffused where hope is spent. And cheery aid to weary ones sup plied; In short. I must not merely be con tent In having Just my own wish grati fied. WOMAN TAKE ACTIVE PART IN GOVERNMENT, NEW REPUBLIC. While so many states in the south ire considering whether or not O utify the national woman suffrage Amendment, suffragists might well point to an example in the newly born republic of Czecho-Slovakia. Here, write members of the Ameri can Bed Cross unit which is distribut ing food to thousands of undernourish ed children in the new republic, the women came into the same privileges men when the democracy was de clared. The Bed Cross workers have written back to America that the women will not only vote at the next elections, but many of them will run for office. A number of them are already in city councils to which tiie Bed Cross ap peals for cooperation in organizing tou) kitchens and food distribution. In a weekly review of activities pub lished at Prague, this comment is made 3n women in politics: "The five years af war have had a disastrous effect m the physical welfare of both mothers ind children a fact quickly grasped by the American Bed Cross which has organized and is carrying out with eharacteriatic energy a timely system of relief for children. This, however, is only a passing phase of material as sistance; the real problems will havo to be faced by the republic itself and it is here especially that women will find due scope for true social service. If the women of Czecho-Slovakia exercise their rights, they will be able to pUy the same benefieient role in politics that they do In the home." ENGAGEMENT MISS DELIA LINDSEY TO GILBERT BOGERT ANNOUNCED. Society is deeply interested in the finnotincement which has Just been made ;t the engagement and approach ing marriage of Miss Delia. Lindsey, of Savannah, Ga., to Mr. Gilbert Bogert. the wedding to take pla-s sometime in Nv mbcr. Mi Lindsey, who Is a young girl of iiriijijiil charm nd winsomne has Hone of friends in Penacila, where t-b- ha viMd as the truest of Lmi imuiiI iiid Mm. i4Xiiuier at Fort Ilarrarna m:d a the ifueet of Mim J -an Knol JLrbouivw." Sin- and M1.-S Knowltss w-re brides -rn.ijil at the w.Muig of Mijm IXro tha Krow, of avimah, who is well kn'wn in Pensola witty. Mtsa Lind-ey and M'-sa Kite bet h Mwritt, of this ity, wre ! hoolma.tes at Swet Briar, Virginia.. During the war Misa Lindsey served her country a yeoman f local naval air taHoii until unepe t edly called borne at d h r fUm-e w.-i in the aviation rvl-e abroad time armistice was feigned. at th Home Made Baked Beans 15c lb. Delicatessen Dept. PiJ itm rwi . M. TO 6 P. M. MOONLIGHT BAY PARTY. Jack Gajit was host Monday evening when he entertained n numhri of friends with a delightful moonlight bay party on the "Frolic". I.iiiht refresh ments were served on board nnd the party was chaperoned by Mr.". T. J... Gant and Mrs. O. J. Semim.s. Among the ptiests who enjoyed the evening were: Miss olive I'inUy. f Memphis, Tenn., Mioses Ilnzel and Margaret Maura, Florence and Mar Jorie I'ierpont, 1 ::i7..leth K.iwards. Wilma Barkdull. Clara Moreno, and Billy Iick Turner. Kirl-.ud Merrilt. Treadwell Covington. Oliver Si-tutue. Randall H germs n. Francis Taylor. Buck Watson. Curl T.lor. Jack and Craighlll Brown. Charles Lunar. Os mond Howe and Wright Keese. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Brendlo. SOT North Aloanifc street. ar receiving congratulations cn the birth of a lit tle daughter. ANOUNCE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Broxton. 1510 East DeSoto street, announce the birth of a daughter on July 14, who will bear the name erf Rheba. PERSONAL MENTION W. A. Freeman has gone to West Point, Miss., to join Mrs. Freeman and children who are visiting with Mrs. Freeman's relatives. He will remain at West Point about two weeks and on his return will be accompanied by Mrs. Freeman and the children. Mrs. K. W. Mclntyro and sister, Mrs. Jack Hooton and children are visiting tor several weeks In Jacksonville. Fla., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hooton and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hilliare. Miss Leta Wilkins and Mr. Kmil Preiffer spent the clay, Sunday, in Mobile, making the trip by automobile and re turning to the city that night. Mr. Thomas E. Johnson and daugh ter. Miss Bessie Johnson havo gone on a -three week's motoring trip through West Florida and will visit re latives and friends at DeFuniak Springs, Chiplcy, Bonifay and Marian na. Mr. W. A. Christian, of Mobile, spent the week end in the city as the guest ' WW V J And Cold frosted Bottles Y ftM J1T vim s ml Ehwi-Eik 1 (il jbv Si "In a bottle Throulh a ttrarO' 13 MKaX will keep you feeling aud&ie. kvT C Chilled clear through, it refreshes and satisfies. , h W If f 4 Give our SoUiers and Sailor ff f 'MMS, a Job-Zh. aserv it ft ff Chero-Coia lj JTI )0 Cll 1 gg L, . jgggg "I am 66 years old and for past two years have been suffering so badly from stomach and liver troubles, bloating and colic attacks that I did not expect to live more than a few months and was arranging my affairs nnd even my funeral. Three doses of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy have entire ly luriil me." It is a simple, harm less preparation that removes the ca tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all ston.tch liver and intestinal ailments. Includ ing appendicitis. One dose will con vince or money refunded. Crystal Pharmacy and Druggists everywnere. -Adv. of Mr. and Mrs. C. North Ninth avenue. E. Driver, 1109 Chief Petty Officer Donald Smith, of the Ponsacola naval air station, has Just returned after a few days spent at Camp Walton, and left the first of the week for Philadelphia, Pittston, P:i., and other points to spend a two week's furlough with relatives and friends. Chief Tetty Officer Ward Walker, Pwight Davis, of DeFuniak Springs, I'll., nnd Ernest Pourtless have re turned to the city after an enjoyable week end spent at Camp Walton. Mr. Davis returned to his home in De Funiak Monday morning. Misses Alive Freeman and Alice Dow left yesterday accompanying Miss Freeman's father, Mr. Thomas Free man Sr., to his camp near Muscogee, where they will enjoy an outing of sev eral weeks. Mr. J. B. Harris, of Mobile, formerly of Pensacola, is spending several days In the city on business. Friends will be interested to know that news received from Elliot G. Bar row, son of Captain and Mrs. W. G. Barrow and George Girdlestone, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Girdlestone, in the ordnance department with the American army of occupation, says that they expect to be home about the last of July. Miss Lillian Price, of Council Bluffs, Iowa., who has been the guest of Air. and Mrs. Paul Stewart, 422 Xorth Ilayne street, has returned home, hav ing been suddenly called away on ac count of serious illness in her family. Miss Helen Lawrence, of Chicago, who i also a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will remain for a ,hort time longer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans, of AVaynesboro, Ga., W. E. Clark and Misses Eleanor and Agnes Clark, of Louisville, Ga., who have been guests the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clark, 17 West LaRua street, returned home Monday, motoring through the coun- try. They were accompanied by little Friends are welcoming home W. Samuel Barrow, who arrived in Pen sacola yesterday morning from Waco Texas, to spend a two week's vacation with him parents. Captain and Mrs. W. G. Barrow. This is the first time that Mr. Barrow has visited in his home city for two years. He has not long since been out of the service and is now a member of the reserves of the Texas cavalry, L". S. A. He is con nected with the office department of a large firm in Waco. Mr. Frank D. Tracy, of Pensacala Shipping Co., has returned to the city, after a week's stay in Mobile on bus iness. Miss Mary Wilson Wilcox, of Montgomery, has returned home after visiting for a short time as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Home and fami ly. She accompanied home Mr. and Mrs. Home's little daughter, JCatie, who visited in Montgomery at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert A. Clubbs left yesterday for Cleveland, Ohio, to visit as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. George C. Russell at their home "Russell hurst" near Cleveland. Mrs. Clubbb expects to remain for about a month while Mr. Clubbs will return after a week's stay. Some of the visitors in the city stop ping at the San Carlos are: R. D. Swain. New Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Welteroth, Williamsport, Pa.; T. L. Barrow, St. Louis; T. D. Houston, Mobile; Mrs. R. M. Hobble, Montgom ery; Albert Barr, Mobile; Mrs. W. D. Smith, Miss Marguerite Builder, Birm ingham; Murray Brown, Birmingham; H. W. Thurber, Mobile; Thomas Hiek ey. New York City; Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Marcus; Montgomery; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Coleman, Birgingham. Miss Kathleen Van Pelt is visiting as the-guest of relatives at Fort De posit, Ala. Mr. John V. Price left last night for Panama City, Fla., to be abavnt for several days on business. Mrs. Henry Rosenbloom and son, Erie James, of Monroe, La., are the guests of Mrs. Hirschman and Mrs. Herman Goldsmith. Miss Bertha Goldsmith has returned from Brewton, Ala., where the visited with her uncle, L. B. Hirschman and family. Mrs. Frank R. Maura and children left last night for GreenviMe. Miss., to join Major Maura, after spending some time in Pensacola with Mrs. J E. Maura on Gadsden street. Captain and Mrs. W. W. Carson leave today at noon for Chunchula, Ala., vis 31obile, where they have a large stocl farm. Captain Carson, U. S. M. C, has been stationed at the Pensacola na- val air station and has recently resign- Cfcp M rf - Ulli Out Brother is the high sign members. Yes, all the live ones belong to the LIME COLA lodge. Its inborn goodness, uni form flavor and sparkling: vim make them stay mem bers in good standing. LIME COLA is more than a name. It's the monicker of the best drink you ever ex changed the coin of the realm for. It's Th Happy Snappy Combin ation of Cola and Lime. . (BOTTLES) f ed from the service. Mrs. M. B. Cole and children left yesterday for Mississippi, where they will ppend about two months visiting Mrs. Cole's mother and other relatives and friends. Mr. William B. Bun van has returned home from Portland, Oregon, and other points alonR the Pacific coast, where he has been ppendintr the past several weeks with relatives and friends. Mrs. Joseph It. Johnston, nee Nel lie Collins, arrived in the city yester day morninq; from her home in Clinton, Miss., to visit her mother, Mrs. M. M. Collins and other relatives and friends. Mr. Johnston accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. Annie J. Kat-teiiinK, of Clinton, will join her here and they will motor back to Gulfport, where they will take a cottage and spnd the remainder of the fummer. They will stop in Vicks burjr, where they will be puests of pr. Sidney Johnston before poinp home. : ) t'SSjn A-ZZfJxJltK-J'Wi jJ1 T IMITIAI.5 x KJj: ilLSICILS WIT; 0;.'1 I, 333 Brent Building. TAKE THAT PICTURE YOU MEANT TO ILVVE FRAMED TO The Clover Studio 196 North Palafox Street ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The business world wants expert help. Let us train you. 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