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P THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1919. 1 "' '' - - 1 -' - I r Women and Events Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. . Miss Martha Whiting returned home yesterday , morning, .after a delightful stay at Richmond, Va where Bhe went to attend the conference of the South Atlantic Field " of the . Y. W. C. A. 'After the close of the conference she enjoyed visiting with relatives and friends.. ' . ' - o : AUTUMN. Thy hair soft lifted by the winnow ing wind. Or, on a half reaped furrow sound asleep, Drowned with the fumes of "popples, while thy hook Spares the next swath and all its twined flowers; , And sometimes like a gleaner thou dost keep Steady that laden head across a brook. Americans as long as their flag, that of Betsy Ross, the little lady who be came famous through the art of fash ioning with her - needle the glorious red, white and blue. Our first flag made at the instigation of "The Father of Our Country." Betsy will have no brilliant equipages and array of cos tumes or Jewels but she will have the American spirit and the American flag. (. . -A- great welcome has been claimed lor tnese lmDortant nrrmfl vt mil Or by a cider press with patient look all who wish to" take part are re Thou watchest the last oozlngs, hours . quested to be at the hieh school audi- Lieutenant and Mrs. "Havill have moved into one of the Old Mill Inn cottages. Lieutenant HavIU is sta tioned at the Pensacola; navy yard- Mr. E. S. Risler. and Mr. Dupey re cently arrived in the city and- are stopping with Miss Lillie ; Taylor at the Lamar Place, at "Seamarge- on the Bayshore. , - by hours. - ' Where are the songs , of spring Aye, where are they? . Think not of them; thou has thy music, too, . While barred clouds bloom the soft dying day. And touch the stubble plains with rosy hue; Then in a wilful choir the small gnats mourn Among the river shallows borne aloft Or sinking as - the light wind lives or dies; And full grown lambs loud, bleat from hilly bourn . Hedge crickets ' sing and now with treble soft The redbreast whistles from a garden croft, ' s And gathering swallows twitter In the skies JOHN KEATS. Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Blount. Mrs. W. A. Blount, Jr., and two daughters, Cora Louise and Marion, accompanied by Mrs. K. T. Hunt arrive, today. Hon. and Mrs. Blount went to Baltimore some time ago where Mr. . Blount underwent an operation at John Hop kins hospital. Mrs. W. A. Blount, Jr who has been making her . home in Baltimore for some time where Cora Louise "and Marion attended Notre Dame will make her home in Pensa cola with Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Blount at "Seamarge." Mrs. Hunt Joined the party in Baltimore coming from Wash ington, D. C, where she has been for some time. " , BUILDING COMMITTEE FOR OLD PEOPLE'S HOME MEETS AT SAN CARLOS. The building committee for the old people's home meets this afternoon at 4 o'clock on the mezzanine floor of the San Carlos. All members are urged to be present. Ministers of the various churches in the city are cor dially requested to meet with the committee. IMPORTANT MEETING DAUGHTERS OF THE KING. An important meeting of the Daugh ters of the King will be held at the parish house this afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. A full attendance is required. tornim tonight at 8 o'clock. When welcoming the reincarnation of Queen Victoria tonight .it will be Interesting to recall that five times have attempts been made to assassi nate her royal highness but withal she was one of the most loved sover eigns of old England. She loved power, magnificence and dUSplay and her court was one of the most brilliant In history. Her state dinner service which was . made by the order of George IV was of solid gold, and con sisted of 1,000 pieces. She was the greatest matrimonial match-maker known in history and was the chief Influence in . arranging more than 100 marriages. Her favorite game was whist at which she was an expert player. Dogs were her favorite animal pets. She was also fond of writing and was said to have written many manuscripts, some of which have been published. .' Her royal crown weighed mor.e than thirty ounces and contained 3,093 Jewels. Empress Eugenie whose representa tive will be welcomed tonight was one of the splendid characters In France's revolutionary history. A daughter of noble parentage she became the wife of Napoleon III. Her marriage, un like many state marriages, was based on love and not political reasons. Her history was one of the most tragic and most beautiful of France's royalty. CHOIR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MEETS FOR PRACTICE. , The choir of the First Baptist church meets at the church tonight at 7:30 j0f the city and county are invited to .. uicuiwiB oio icijusitu . near mm. Pineapple Desserts 2c The bottle fa each package of Pineapple Jify-Jell con tains all the rich essence fromhalf aripe pineapple. The - dessert has a wealth . of this exquisite flavor, and a package serves six people for 12 cents. You owe to yourself a trial of this new-type gel atine dainty. ' 10 Flavor, at Your Grocer 2 Package for 25 Centm Funiak ' Springs to spend several days with her little daughter, Inez, who is attending Palmer college, before re turning home." " Friends of Miss Margaret ' Owsley who recently' left for Bolder, Col for her health will be glad to know that news recently received from ner'says that she is rapidly improving and en Joying splendid health. Mrs. J. C. Long who is visiting in Davenport, Iowa, with, her mother and sisters is mucl improved in health and expects to return home before long, friends will be pleased to learn. Friejids of Miss Eugenia Bonifay will be glad to know that she is re ported as rapidly improving at her home. 1326 East Blount' street, after having undergone a recent successful operation at the Pensacola hospital. . i Mr. Charles Carmlchael arrives in Pensacola this week to be the guest of friends. . Mr. Carmichael whose home is now in Mobile formerly re sided here and ha many friends In the -city by whom he will be cordially welcomed.- He has been' in the service for isome time, recently receiving his honorable discharge at New Orleans. Atlanta on a short business trip. MAGNIFICENCE OF QUEEN VICTORIA REIGN REVIVED IN PENSACOLA TONIGHT. Queen Victoria, the richest, most lavish of foreign sovereigns, will by representation, visit In Pensacola to night. She will be accompanied by her lad les-In-wa.lt in? and full retinue ' of attendants. Empress Eugenie, " by proxy, will also be a guest in the city. Among this group of royalty will also be & visitor whose name will be with 1- Mrs. J." E. Turtle Is expected home about the middle of next month. She is now enjoying a visit with her eon and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Turtle of Chicago, going there from. Wytheville, Va.t where she spent a' delightful summer with her daugh ter, Mrs. - Crawford, wife of Colonel Crawford, 17. S. A.V Mrs. L. S. Davenport of Montgom ery is visiting in Pensacola for sev eral days as the guest of her father, Mr. C. W. Wills. , Mr. J. R. McLane and daughters, Misses Gertrude and Ruth McLane, have returned home after a delightful two weeks visit at Tate Springs and Signal Mountain, Tenn. Captain Thore P. BJorgen reported to the police yesterday that someone entered his residence at Magnolia and I C streets sometime during last night and removed cash to the amount of $28. The police are working on the case. ' - 1 Mrs. Thomas L. Croft of St. Andrews who recently underwent an operation at the Pensacola hospital is much im proved and has recovered sufficiently to be able to return home friends will be glad to know. While in Pensacola Mrs. Croft was with her mother, Mrs. A. Mayo, 803 East Belmont street. She goes to Bagdad for a few days visit with friends and from there to De- Dr. W. L. Plckard of Chattanooga will be in Pensacola and , will address a mass meeting of , Baptists at the First Baptist church on the 'night of October 30. The campaign workers j o'clock. to attend. MRS. SHANNON HOSTESS TO TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB. The members of the Tuesday Bridge Club were delightfully entertained when they met with "Mrs. II. I. Shan non as hostess at her home on North Barcelona street. Three tables were in play. Miss Virginia Swindell of Bal timore making top score. Mrs. Thos. A. Johnson cut the consolation. Miss Harriett Carbme was also a' guest of the club, for the afternoon. After the games a ' delicious salad course was served. Mrs. H. O. Ansori will be hos- ess to the club at its next meeting. Charles Hlghtower was fined fifty dollars and costs yesterday by Judge Morey for carrying a concealed weap on. Hlghtower is a sailor on a mer chant ship, now in the harbor. ft NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Miss Emma Miller of Bagdad has returned home-safter a week's stay In Pensacola with her mother, Mrs. Jen nie Miller who has been quite ill but is now much improved, her friends will be delighted to learn. While in the city Miss Miller visited with the mother at the home of Mr. E. A. Walker and sister, . Miss Margaret Walker on East Gregory street. Friends of Mrs. W. P. Rice will be glad to know that she is reported as resting nicely after her recent fall from her front gallery when she broke the two bones in the lower part of her arm. Mrs. Gladys Secord Is reported as resting as well as could be expected after having undergone a serious operation at the Pensacola hospital yesterday morning. She is making her home while in the city with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Brown, 1324 East Gadsden street. . '". .Stops the Tickle - Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. 35c. , A free box of GROVE'S 0-PB3S-TKATH SALVE for Chest ' Colds. HealC and Croup with every bottle. Adv. Supreme - What's better than tripe when it's prepared just the way. you like it best? Morris Supreme Tripe is preferred by people every where who enjoy this delicious disruIt's packed under the Morris yellow and black label. MORRIS 8c COMPANY A Good Boot for Every Day But Not an "Every-Day' is this one at Boot $10.50 One of the smart military browns, built on shapely but . sensible walking last, with mili tary heel. . Military Boots for young women are again in sharp de mand and our styles are legion. $8.00 TO $14.50 Fitted by expert Shoemen. The Meyer Shoe Co. Pensacola's Popular Shoe Store PRISCILLA CLU BHAS INTERESTING MEETING. The members of hePrlscllla Club- of the First Christian church spent a de llghtful afternoon Tuesday when they mA with Mrs- J. T. Hoomes as hos tess at her home, 918 East Gonzalez street. Eighteen members were pres ent and Mrs. James Van Ousdal was the guest of the club for he afternoon. After the sewing and needlework had been pu away dainty sandwiches, hot chocolate and cakes were served. - Personal Mention Mrs. C. H. Laney returns home to morrow morning irom a ore vv orcn. Texas, where she has been spending the past month with her son, Mr, Dent Laney and family. During her visit she became quite 111 and has Just recently recovered sufficiently to be able to return home. H. B. McAllister, secretary of the War Camp Community Service, is In way. Mr. and Mrs. Ridgely Cayce of Louisville. Kyn arrived in Pensa cola yesterday afternoon to visit with Miss Lillle Taylor at the Lamar Place, at "Seamarge" on the Bayshore. Mrs. Cayce has f reauentlv visited In Pensa- rcola and has hosts of friends hv.the city by whom she and Mr. Cayce are being cordially welcomed. To Prevent Influenza Colds and Grip cause Influenza LAXATIVE BROMO QUTNINE Tablets remove the cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c Adv. Eack-acbes, Rnn-Down, Weak, Nervous Atlanta, Gs.5 suffered for a long tim from f"'"y weakness whioh caused me to become all run- 'down, weak and nervous, and I suf fered with back aches and pains in xnysid4. -I woe just as miserable as one could ever think of being when I began taking. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion and it soon built me up in health and strength and I felt so much improved in every 'Favorite PrescrinUon' is the best woman's medicine I have ever taken and I ' expect to continuo to praise it as long as I live." MRS. ALICE MILAM. 67 Savan nah St. Nerres Shattered AuguRta,Ga.: "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription restored me to perfect health when I bad become a complete nervous wreck. I was suffering with backaches, caused by my kidneys becoming congested, and my nerves were completely shattered. I was not able to do any work, I was so weak.- I could not sleep. I was so nervous, and my appetite was very poor. I was just a wreck when my mother gave me the 'Favorite Prescription' and when I had taken about five bottles I was well and strong." MRS. N. L. GOODWIN, 1731 Walker 8C -Hemorrhages and Nervousness Macon, Ga.: "At the turn of life I became terribly weak, very nervous and run-down. One of my neighbor in Ala bama had been cured of a serioos ailment in Dr. Pierce's Institution in Buffalo, and I bad always heard Dr. Pierce's medicines spoken of so highly that I just made op my mind to try 'Favorite Preacription.' Two bottles of this medicine brought me thru the critical time in splendid health and cured me of the hemorrhages and nervousness. I honestly do believe Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to be the very best medicine a woman can take to help her thru this critical period of life." MRS. JENNIE U PADGETT, 1783 Third 6t. - Newark, N. J. "For about three years 1 suffered from nervous break- - . 1 aown ana got so weak I could hardly ; stand, and had head aches every day. I : tried everything I could think of and was under a phy sician's care for two years. A girlfriend . had used Lydia E. ' Pinkham's Vege table Compound and . she told me about it. From the first . day I took it I began , to feel better and now I am well and j SL able to do most any-v I? i n A if tanrV A J have been recomyj mendiner the Com pound ever since and give you ray per- r - A i ir -l- 1 a. : mission XAJ puuiisu wis iciicr. axiaa FLO KELLY 476 SO. 14tD St., HewarK, N. J. The reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, was so successful in Miss Kelly's case was because it went to the root of her trouble, restored her to a normal healthy condition and as a result her nervoTries disappeared. An Editor Recommends siifiiaati ! New Arrivals Fancy Bloater Mackerel, each 35c; 10 lb. pails, $2.60. Aunt Jemina's Buck wheat Flour, 17c , 'x Aunt Jemina's Pancake Flour, 17c. HERPICIDE MART SAYS: The Herbicide Folks never claimed tfiat NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE would grow hair, but thousands of users claim iV for them Herbicide !s soU aUll Drug and DefrY Store. Abdications at the better Barber Snopa W. A D'Alsmbsrte Special Agent. Mr. L. P. Hill, editor Enterprise. Enley, Ala., writes: "I want to tell yon that I hare been living In thia district for the past 27 yeara and there is no man that ia better known than I am. I tell you this because I want you to know that I am no stranser to the people. About twenty days ago I was down on my back with the worst case of rheumatism and I began to use your medicine and in about a week I was on my feet again. People all over Birmingham and Ensley were astonished to see ma get well so quick and wanted to know what medi cine I took. I told them o-DROPS" and every man who has the rheumatism knows of your medicine and say they will use it. I am telling every one of the virtue of your remedy and I am sure It will increase the sale of same." ' ' . . Such evidence as thia should be sufficient to prove to eny person the value of "&-DBOPS" In rheumatic troubles. , 6-DROPS" Is aold by the leading arug. sts ia every part of the United States and ad a. ' TfTV A sample bottle will h KKt toe mailed free, if you will writs to The Swanson Company, Newark,Otiio. Can The Name Sim on a Self -Rising Flour package guarantees sat isfaction. The cost is low and the perform ance infallible. tiniuuu:miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.ijMiilllillllllIlulllCilul..ll;ilMliiiLillLllllliillM MADE BY MUMillilllUiimimiMUilUiiilUytMlit NASHVILLE ROLLER MILLS The Red Mill' 9 THE JOURNAL WANT ADS ARE RES ULT GETTERS We trust you and fit you out from head t o foot with the latest ideas in dependable wear ing apparel at cash prices. We have confiden ce in the people of Pensacola and know how to plea.se them. , v LADIES' COATS -Just from the style centers, ranging in price from $22.50 TO $75.00 LADIES COAT SUITS With that smart effect, at from $24.00 TQ $75 M LADIES' DRESSES ( Which fit perfectly, at from $15.00 TO $60,00 . SHOES SHOES SHOES : Men's and Ladies' Shoes, at from . , $6.00 T0 $15.00 LADIES' WAISTS j Our Waists range in price from $5.00 T0 $15.00 (We make a specialty of extra sizes) MILLINERY Ladies Millinery, designed for the Florida winter, at 'from $2.00 T0 $15.00 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS . Just the thing to buy now, because cooler weather $22.50 T0 $60.00 BOYS from suiTs-t $7.50 T0 $22.50 n ................... . . x CSV : S SIT DSDCECi 0. ARI DD - (EdD 0 26 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Pensacola's Lar gest Credit Store 26 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. ! I 1 'ft I' ;, km 5S r 1 U'A 1 1 T v : 5 i .'. hi .': St.f- 1, t Z I ' 4 ;. .! - 1 ( r i 1 I ; t- i ' 1 ' II; it : ' ' ' ':.