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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1919.
NEWS OF RECORD Birth Reported. pnn;. i D. and Ada Brown; a girl, i' F il and May Talley. a boy. 11 Thomas A. and Beulah Tarrants I1'05' KAAim. rStiHlnt a Hr1 To E'-i5-'t ne o-- p Kn h.ird T. and Jessie, Barker, a To E i-A-ard D. and MattI Vlvianl, a Mordecl X. M. and Levertt. a PL Tni .ind Lucille Thomas a girl. TO . . I vit-tor D. and Estene Moist, a; 1 To R. L. ana ear i iumsn, X, Ra'.ih A. and Corrine Danvillier h'ITS FILED IN COURT RECORD Pauline Uue vs. r.uiua jviiit, - (e. J. P. StOKes attorney iur yianu- J Dennett vs. City of Pensacola. naKtf. W. I Zachery attorney for ' pally Electric Supply Company -vs. . ... riwtric Company, damages," L. V Kolberry attorney for plaintiff. M vx BEAR HEADS ELKS IN NORTH FLORIDA ppnsacola members of the B. O. P. E. 4re offering their congratulations to ne of their order, Max Lee Bear, on appointment as District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks, for Nrth Florida. The territory em braced in Mr. Bear's district com poses all of Florida north of Daytona. he appointment coming from the Grand Exalted Ruler, B. P. O. E-, aa whose representative Mr. Bear will act on all matters in this part of the siate. NEW BEAUTY PARLOR CHOOSES GOOD NAME The Ideal Beauty and Hair Parlor s the name choosen for the new !auty shop 336 Brent building. The on!set was quite spirited among the iiiea of Pensacola; scores of answers srere sent. Mrs. H. G. Arrington was .pnrion was also made that the move successful contestant. The Ideal Beau y and Hair Parlor is newly equip pfd and is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Klinger. WOODMEN OF WORLD WILL MEET TUESDAY Live Oak Hickory. Olive and Mus cogee Camps. W. O. "W, will hold, Joint initiation ceremonies at W. O. W. Hall Baylen and Romana streets. Tuesdy night. Thirty-nine candidates are to receive the Protection degree. The :eam havnlg the initiation in charge :onsits of Messrs. Horlick, Clancy. Florist, Kinney, Rozier, Fillingim and 1 1 3I:tchener. BREWTON PROMISES TO TALK PENSACOLA P.. J. Brewton left for Texas last vming to look after his oil , Interest n the Lone Star state. He will be gone -liout a fortnight. Before stepping on he tmin. ,he said: "I regret exceedingly ny Inability to remain In Pensacola un- ;! after the meeting or trte centennial ommission on Monday on Monday and lr.ir.g with "'e cter boostc a for !r i er rens-.iol In Texas I am going to tell them o Pensacola the .Centennial City and if r chance the commission decides ciinst the unanimous choice of West "lorMa. It will take a lot of advertU "? to keep the , centennial-bound citl of exaa from stopping off in Pen- .cola. hundred .years ago. General Jackson '.ought of no other place than Pensacola '.ien he took charge of Florida and n "led the Stars and Stripes. A year iter , Governor Duval was placed in of -ie fit Pensacola. and some years later citizen residing on the banks of the m. Johns determined to organize a countv. and .alter loosing m tne nistory virh had been enacted at Pensacola. fllcl the county Duval and named the n.r.ty site Jacksonville. In other words, 'dcltsonville and Duval county .followed 'ensacola and it is nothing more than :-ht that they should be in the also ? nass when the centennial is con "''Vrea. ;J ' ROLL CALL STARTS IN CITY MONDAY Red Cross Booths Will Be Established in Streets. On Monday in Pensacola the Red Cross Roll Call will be launched with booths at various sections throughout -e city, in charge of Captains of tpams. and members of the "Woman's Committee, other teams working . in -.e residential sections. An enthusiastic- meeting was held ysterday afternoon at the San Carlos -'tel. at which the work of the com mittees was outlined by W. K. Hyer. -airman of the Roll Call Committee. .vision was present, and gave assur- to the chairman. Mrs. J. C. Dun- -ni. of their undivided support. AMERICAN LEGION MEETS WEDNESDAY " Frank Marston post of the American Legion will meet at 8 o'clock th. Army and Xavy club Wednes night to devise plana for the "srer observance of Armistice Day, ?x-service men of the Army, Navy ' J Marine corps are urged to be Longshoremen will meet this morning r dent Shackleford Calls Union No. 342 Together. (A ;-e?Ul meeting of Local 342. I. L. ;v' as heen called to meet .at 9:30 lvfCK lhis morninK at the I. L. A. Business of importance is to be '-ssed. Your Hemstitching Bring to to our Store. It will be done properly. IT I 1 Visit the Little Paris Shop N this section of our store can be seen such delightful articles that every young and lyounger woman just craves to own. We have gathered dainties from different parts of the globe and it is safe to say that there , are hardly two articles alike. .... m . . . Among the fetching things are Silver Bag Frames. Vanity Cases in a wide assortment. Tti-nciat made in an unique way in black and white. Silver Picture Frames and then there are some new ideas in Necklaces. There are real Italian Jets, genuine coral, suitor beads, and real pear! nacklaces in the graduated and uni form sizes. "We carry the solid and filled Jew elry of the Merite brand which Is guaranteed. Space won't permit us to go into de tail and tell you about all these things. Come in and see them. They are be yond description. . , J c 19c c- 29c c 19c c 19o The Quality Limit in Men s and Boy s Shoes Perfect in style, wonderful in rorkmanship and literally, un equalled in material values. , FOR THE MEN . We have a stylish English last in kid and calf in both black an' brown ' $7.00 to $14.00 FOR THE BOYS A fine school or dress shoe, built to withstand the hard knocks a boy will give his footwear. In blac kor brown calf $3.00 to $8.00 i SdDlo f mm .Reese Co. Sunday, October 26, 1919. Everything to Wear. Pensacola, Florida A Special List of Toilet Pr eparat ions Reduced for. Monday Only Squlbbs Talcum Powder .....25 Djer Kiss Talcum Powder . . .35 Dr. Blair's Milkweed Lotion ..25 Dr. Blair's Cucumber Shampoo 25 Pebeco Tooth Paste .........50c -43c Woodbury' Facial Soap .....25c- 21c Kolynos Deodorant Liquid ....75c 63c Cuticura Soap .25c 21 e Melba" Piney Woods Toilet Water $1.25 95c Mary Garden Extract 1-2 oz. $1.25 $1.10 Mary Garden Extract, 1 ox. $2.60 $2.19 Pigaud's Li las Toilet Water, $3.50 $2.95 Djer Kiss Toilet Water $2.00 $1.75 Floramye Vegetale t (Piver) . .$1.75 $1.45 Agurea (Piver) ..$2.50 $2.25 Mary Garden Toilet Water 7 oz. $4-50 4711 Shaving Lotion $100 S5c Hardwood Bristle Handbrushes 10c 7c Perfume assortments and wcek-jnd packages for young peP,e Tintex Powders 10c ea; 3 for 25o Distinguished Dresses-All Favorites O ME N who aim to express personality and character in their, dresses will appreciate this selection for each ' and every garment has been made in the most engaging style. ' -I ' W--T 7 w There ore shimmering Charmeuses, beautiful Georgette Crepes, Tricotines, wool Jerseys, Velours, Serges, Tri colettes and Paulettes, all of which have been effectively employed. Taupe, navy, browns and blacks are some of the shades. Embroidery and. beaded, trimmings have been lavished on many in the most fascinating ways. Prices range from . $25.00 TO 125.00 ( ' UNDERWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY The Fall and Winter weights in Knit Underwear have just arrived. Every garment is perfect as to form. They are made in as many different weights and mixtures as to meet the requirements of every person. We cannot urge you too strongly to purchase your entire winter's stock now while our stocks are complete and while prices are wonderfully low., . . Reordering this same merchandise later on will mean higher prices to both you and ourselves. Take advantage of OUR advance buying and do YOUR advance buying now before the cold weather is with us- MEN'S UNDERWEAR UNION . SUITS Bleached or unbleached: in regulars, tails, shorts, or stouts, in medium, light and heavy weights. Cotton Jersey Knit $2.00, $2.$0 and $3.00 WOOLEN UNION SUITS in regulars, tails, shorts or stouts at ... . $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 SEPARATE GARMENTS in medium, light and heavy Jersey rib, in Balbriggan $1.00 Garment; $2.00 Suit In cotton; finer weave $1.50 and $2.00 Garment SEPARATE PIECES in woolen mixture ; medium and heavy weight; elastic and flat knit $2.50 per Garment in gossamer weight, medium and heavy. Better grades at $3.00 and $3.50 per Garment; $5.00 and $7.00 Suit MUNSINO . UNION SUITS Ages 4 to 6, in knee and ankle f lengths; medium weight $1.25 Suit Ages 8 to 12 $1.50 Suit Ages 14 to IS $2.00 Suit BOYS' UNDERWEAR v SMALL SIZES in wool Union Suits .also of the famous Munslng make v Ages 3 to 10 $2.50 Suit Ages 12 to 18 ; $3.00 Suit Men's Sleepingwear in one and two-piece effect $2.50 Upwards PAJAMAS AND NIGHTSHIRTS Boys' Pajamas or Pa Juniors in combination style v.. $2.00 Upwards WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR NEWS In the women's department can be found all styles, grades, weights and knits. There are heavy lisle, cotton and wool, silk and wool, all wool, and all silk. High neck style with long sleeves .and ankle length; low neck sleeveless ankle length; lutch neck half sleeves ankle length; low neck sleeveless knee length (loose knee) in the closed style and there are Teddies. All are moderately priced. iff New Fall Fa.bracs Rich in -.Quality, Color and Variety . A wonderful array of beautiful, new distinct ive fabrics which this year once more gives our silk and dress goods departments the prominence it merits, now awaits those women who like to be in the forefront of fashion. ' ' ' ' SERGES Wool mixed in maroon, dark, green, . navy,- Copenhagen,; black, brown and royal blue; 36 in. wide . 75c yd. , , JERSEY CLOTH All wool in medium and light weights ; shades are cherry red, Royal blue and Pekin blue ; 50 in. wide $5.00 yd. ; : DUVETYNS . 36 in. wide .: : $12.50 yd. V CHIKFON VELVET " For trimming purposes ; 18 in. wide; black, taupe,, tur-": quoise, white, pink, cardinal, sky and coral, are the shades, $2.50 and $3.00 yd. COSTUME VELVET All silk, 40 in. wide ; black, . Pekin blue, navy and taupe, $12.50 yd. " 36 in. wide in navy and black only, $3.50 yd. r V ZIBELINES -- Black and Russian green V ; ; $6.00. yd. V Gold and Silver Nets for Evening Gowns, Bands and' Flounces Foundations at from $1.25 up " We are Exclusive Agents for the Butterick Patterns; Always up-to-date Service . ---- - t Dainty Underclothes, . Plain and tailored or feminine and frilly with delicate laces and fine embroidery are these pretty new crepe de chine, satin and glove silk undergarments; "and they are cut full and well-fitting, in accordance with our usual models. v There are gowns, envelope chemises, camisoles, petticoats, negligees, vests, bloomers and union suits, in regular and extra sizes. And lest we forget there are some fine delicately made pieces of Philippine lingerie. Garments can be had in a wide range of reasonable prices : Prices per garment range from $4.00 to $35.00 A Pretty Lot of Ribbons In a number of different widths, ;olors and suitable for a dozen and one different uses. ' HAIR RIBBONS Pure SUk Taffeta in plaid- and moire stripe effect ' 1 - 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 yd. NEW FAILLE RIBBONS For Sashes, Camisoles, etc., $1.50 yd. TAPESTRY SILK RIBBONS For Boys' Hats, etc., $3.00 yd. I l-.--....l.JJ...... , Handkerchiefs - - r r OnePrettier than the Other These Linweave handkerchiefs are in white with dainty colored corners in a plaid effect. The unusual prices at which they have. been marked are: . , ' -: : r-' - : ' - 10c - 122c - 15c