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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1919.
Women and Events Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. : HAVE WE WON? Sergeant Frank M. Heath, cently of the A. K. F. Be- Though we abhor This awful war, TVe phall not count the price, Or mourn the sacrifice; ; ... ghJ.ll we grudge the bitter strife, K' v,o-j rt a. hpt.ter life i n nit" o - -.qulckenea, tiul w uj c.6, jvere peace and fellowship shall reign. But we'll abhor This awful war, Xnd all this sacrifice, And all the awful price, .n count as lost the .bitter strife; .. , jnen still lead the same old life; i "Solf " upsets mankind again y. shall have fought this war in vain. LLANDE-COLLINS WEDDING MEMPHIS, TENN. jlr. and Mrs. "VV. C. Jones announce , marriage of their sister, Misa vorijia Collins, to Lieutenant Ar- umde de Llande, in Memphis, Tenn., . Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, j i Tie bride, who has made her home in j J ; g-aduate nurse by profession, having rained at the Touro Infirmary in New Orleans. She is a young woman of such personal charm, and has many Mends here, in New Orleans and Mobile, who will vbe interested j in the iiouncement of her marriage; . Mr. de Llande is a druggist by pro fession, and is new in business in Memphis. lie comes of an old Louisi ana family, and prior to the war, made Ms Some in New Orleans. He was with t medical corps of the army during t! war, having spent two years in France. Roanoke. He assisted in laying 75,000 mines across the North Sea, which he later helped to sweep up after the armistice was signed. " v Mr. Van Mater will remain in Pen sacola with his relatives and friends for several days. WHAT EVERY .10IH EMIID NURSE : . SHOULD KIIOW The Care of Baby's Nose and Throat Of Utmost Importance. CHRISTMAS FAMIWY REUNION FOR CAPT. AYMARD. The home of Captain and Mrs. L. L. Aymard will be a happy scene this Christmas of a family reunion, when all the family will be together for the first time in ten years. Mr. and Mrs; Leon Aymard, of Memphis, and Mrs. Beverly Aymard, of Pine Bluff, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Aymard, of New Orleans, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Turner, of DeFuniak Springs, "will all be present. Mr. Bddie Aymard's little son and daughter, Louis and Catherine, are already here, making their hone in Pensacola with their grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Turner have already arrived. The othersyWill arrive during the first of the week! I ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW. I ORGANIZE CLUB E- Si Captain and Mrs. Clarence Avery and little son, Lupton, of Chattanooga, will spend the holidays as guests at the home of Judge and Mrs. John C. Avery. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McHugh left yesterday for Macon to spend Christ mas and the holidays with Mr. Mc Hugh's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brown and family. On their return home they -wilL.stOp en route in Atlanta for a short visit with friends. IMPORTANT MEETING CITY -EACHERS' ASSOCIATION. A called meeting of the city teachers' isociation will be held at,the P. II. cfcool building tomorrow morning at 1:St o'clock. Important - matters . are 3 be discussed, and Miss Ethel Suter, resident of the city teachers' asso ation urges that evejy member attend ;.:omptly. ' IHRISTMAS CELEBRATION SCHOOL NO. 6. One hundred and fifty happy school ;nildren enjoyed an impromptu Christ mas party out in the open air on Fri" iav at the close of the first term for ifSool Xo. 6 (formerly No. 27).' Christ Bias songs were sung and games played. , Around a growing Christmas tree the children formed into a ring s.ng.nr, "All Around the Christmas Tree." The ideal southern Christmas weather made the party possible and a real success. Mrs. Ferderick Weber (Vallie Jones), of Lake Villa, 111., arrived in Pensa cola, yesterday, to be the guest for a few days of her sister, Miss Donna Jones, before going to DeFuniak Springs to visit with , her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones. Mrs. Weber, be fore her marriage, was one of Escam bia county's most successful teachers. She inaugurated and conducted the school fairs, which were held at Bell view, and was prominent in all edu cational work. - . MR. VAN MATER HERE FOR HOLIDAYS. Ralph J. Van Mater, electrician, TJ. X., arrived home Saturday to spend he holidays with his parents, Mr. and rs. Charles G. Van Mater. Mr. Van Mater has been in the navy ace March, 1914, and was at Vera z aboard the U. S. S. Mississippi, ;rd in the world war asked for and us assigned to the "suicide squad- n," under command of Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, aboard the TJ. S.S, A. E. LAMONT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR Efficient Service. Moderate Terms Fhone 1199 415 NORTH PA LA FOX ST. San Carlos Coffee Shop an d Grill Bayou Cook Oysters received kily and opened for you on the well.- DaHy specialties. - . snig conee wun cream W cents. Fren cn pastries 15 cents. RO P liEDABV DATES 30c per pkg. Iff? 2U Mrs. Charles D. Rynex (Miss "Verna Gawin) has returned to her home in Washington, D. C, after visiting with relatives and friends in Pensacola, Montgomery and New Orleans. The care of the nose and throat in Infancy and childhood Is. if anything, more important to the future health and development than the care of the teeth. Wh,y?: Because an unhealthy nose and throat leads to adenoids, en larged tonsils, weak lungs (plgreon chest) and often to pneumonia, chronic catarrh and even to tuberculosis. Mothers will know, if they, will onlv think, that infants and. young: child ren are unable to clear the secretions from the nose . and throat. When a child has a bad cold the secretions accumulate, become hard, impure, un sanitary and Irritating and keep up the lnflamation. -Nose picking is usu ally an evidence of an unsanitary nose Bad. colds, croup, sore throat and coughs are all forms of acute catarrh, are contageous and' are produced by the catarrh germ. . Fortunately this germ cannot live very long In the pre sence of Eucalyptus, a mild vegetable antiseptic, which, -with wintergreen, camphor, menthol and pinus sylvestrls, makes a most agreeable and mild salve which may now be obtained, at drug stores under the name Eucaplne Salve. Eucapine is unquestionably -the most grateful, as well as the most effective treatment for catarrh of the nose and throat and Is especially pleasing to in fants and young children. Rub Eucapine Salve up the nostrils for eolds, and if the throat and ton sils are inflamed, put a little on -the back of the tongue. It will spread to the throat and tonsils. Eucapine pre vents, as well as relieves, croup, and is an indespensible aid to every in telligent mother." Even little tots soon learn to use it for themselves and to ask for it when their air passages are Irritated. A family jar costing 50c Is enough for a - winter's supply and may be had at amy drug store.- Adv. For several weeks there has been talk of organizing a press club In Pen sacola along the lines which have been found successful in other cities, and the movement has gained enough mo mentum to warrant active steps taken, it is believed by its originators. The fundamental Idea of the organ ization is co-operation and It is be lieved it could be made of mutual be nefit to its members through the ex change of ideas, experiences and the1 like. If tha organization should "be come thriving it is believed its co operative effort could be made!a valu able asset to the city in all "boosting" campaigns, and the like. According to the plans being dis cussed, all newswriters, ex-newswriters editorial writers, magazine contrib utors, publicity agents, etc., would be eligible to membership. Don McLel lan of the News and Lucky TJ.iMwin of the Journal Nare fathering tlio. move and persons. Interested are lnvitod to write their ideas to- either o tha.se two. Miss Gladys Tompkins has returned to the city after a" short visit in Mobile. - Mrs. Muldon daughter, Miss Ellle Muldon, have returned home after an extended stay in the north and east. Mr, and Mrs. Broughton (Miss Elsie Watson), who were married in Bir mingham Friday evening, arrived in Pensacola last night for a few days visit with Mr. Broughton's motehr, Mrs. J. N. Broughton. They will return to Birmingham In time to spend Christmas day with her mother, J Mr. I. D. Thames recently sergeant In the engineer corps, U. S. army, returned home Friday morning after fifteen' months overseas duty and a month's stay 'In Washington, D. C. After being released from active war fare, Mr. Thames was a member of the personnel in the office of the peace commission in Paris and later in Hoover's office. lie was recently mus tered out of service. GIN REPORTS SHOWDECREAS! Washington. Dec 20. Cotton ginned prior to December 13, the census bureau announced today amounted to 9,402,520 running bales including 103, 928 round bales, 27,906 bales of American-Egyptian and 6,429 bales of Sea Island. No. 1 Continued From Page One Washington, Dec. 20 Ginning to December 13 last year was 10.281,139 bales including 139.984 round bale3. 13,098 bales of American -Egyptian and 31,238 bales of Sea Island. Ginnings By States ThiaOfear Alabama .- - .658,221 Arizona - 40.S4TK Arkansas . . 658,403 California 33,577 Florida 16,643 Georgia 1,608,364 Loulsana . . .... Mississippi . . . . Missouri .. . North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina . , Tennessee . . . . . Virginia All other states 281,049 777,621 44.130 755,515 683,250 1,369,414 219.598 2,232,135 19,653 3,520 ing. too tnuch of a start in the cam paign. - j So it is likely the democratic national convention will be held in St. Louis commencing Tuesday, June 22nd.' It . is- unlikely that the democratic national committee well go into ' the matter of policies except to endorse the well known party policies. The re publican meeting studiously avoided policies by appointing a committee on policy and letting it"t go at that If the democrats take any action at all on policy it , will no doubt be to reassert that the republicans have no constructive policy but content them selves -with nagging and destructive criticism. .It Is doubtful that the efforts of the "bosses" at the recent republican nat ional committee meeting to squelch the General Wood boom antt all other booms until the nominating conven- ( tio in June will have much effect, politicians here believe. The effort of the "bosses" was plain ly to keep down booms of all candi dates and obtain unlnstructed delega tions to the convention. With the delegates - uninstructed the "bosses" could'then get together. Rick out their man. their trades and put him over, j only a majority being needed at the I republicafi convention to "nominate. ' But this is going to be a very dif ficult, if not impossible, "task because 21 states now have direct primaries tor nomination of presidential candi dates and It Is likely most of them will instruct their delegates. With the. Wood forces out actively after dele gates in the 21 states when the people name their own nominee, it seems like ly that the Wood forces can secure enough delegates instructed for their man to block the republican Dosses from making a deal In their own little ring at the republican convention at Chicago, June 8th. Putting over a candidate by the "bosses' at it democratic convention is almost an Impossiblity with a two thirds vote necessary for a nomination. The difficulty of getting a nomina tion under this method was shown at Baltimore eight years ago when Champ Clark held more than a majority vote on a number of ballots only to loose the nomination to Woodrow AViison after a long strewn out fight with con tinual balloting. . Miss Adelle Rice left yesterday for Montgomery to spend about three weeks with relatives and friends. Miss Mercedes Cafiero left yesterday for Birmingham to spend the week end wiht her sister, Miss Lilah Louise Cafiero, who is in training at St. Vin cent's hospital. LYDIA JANE WILEY Doctor of Chiropody Passage Treatment Superfluous hair removed electric needle. Phone for appointment OSO SAN CARLOS HOTEL Apartment 237 - by I f ji Wonderful Showing IN SEASONABLE . MERCHANDISE FOR THE LAST THREE SHOPPING DAYS - COATS v i An ideal .gift -In Silvcrtones. Velours and other handsome fabrics. Plain - and Fur Trimmed vt Reduced Prices. SUITS Of Serge Gabardines, Velours, Tricotines and Novelty Weaves At Reduced Prices DRESSES In Satlnj Jerseys, Trlcolettes and other handsome fabrics. Latest Styles. EVENING AND DINNER GOWNS At Reduced Prices , HATS Reduced to $4.98, $6.98, 8.98, $10.98, $12.08 ' ' KIMONOS AND TEA GOWNS x An Acceptable Gift for any- womaaa, pleasing to the most fastidious BLOUSES A very popular article for Xmas gifts. Excellent variety, attractively priced. 1-3 OFF FURS 1-3 OFF A beautiful and sensible gift Latest Styles Handsome Garments " .We also suggest the following for Appropri ate Gifts: , , BRASSIERES SILK UNDERWEAR ' HANDKERCHIEFS r CAMISOLES FANCY BAGS NIGHT GOWNS SWEATERS ft SILVER. FOR 1 i. . Eternal Service This is why discriminating buyers choose it for friends they love. We v- are showing this-season the finest line of Sterling and Sheffield in (2-in-l) and 3-in-l) Vegetable , Dishes you ever saw, at ! $15.00, $16.50, $22.00, $24.00, s $25.00, $31.00 C- and up to $70.00 JUST THE THING FOR WIFE OR MOTHER Will C. Diffenderfer Jeweler and Optician 14 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET "The House of -Reliable Goods" , Open Eve"nings Until Christmas NOTICE I have taken offices with Judge E. C, Max well, 608-9-10 Blount Building, for the gen eral practice of law. HARRY W. THOMPSON. . . " " - 7- . - - - - - - 'fm, FASH-ION SHOP H' P - ONE-TflIRD DOWN, BALANCE TEN MONTHLY PAYMENTS Maxwell (1919 Model) $475.00 Dodge Touring Car (Five Passenger) $475.00 Ford Touring Car $275.00 Hupmobile . $175.00 We also have in our used car department One Ford Sedan One Dodge Roadster One New Ford Speedster One Chandler Club Roadster v One Hudson Speedster All the above cars have just been repainted and in first class order. rWe open on Sunday. BJfBTEED A HIT SALES CO. Used Car Department, 109 South Baylen, Phone 2099 The Real Exclusive Musical Qualities of Your Piano can be appreciated only when correctly tuned and regulated Phone 791 and let us prove it. We guarantee to please you. THE IP I AN SHOP 18-J " East Garden " Phone 791 BOB'S MESSENGER SERVICE" Messengers Furnished Day and Night v 19 E. Garden St Phone 333 SPORTSMAN'S SUPPLY STORE ox vivxu 34 SOUTH PALAFOX BICYCLESFISHING TACKLE BASEBAL LGOODS EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Peiisacola's Representative Store SLEEPY DOLLS BABY "WOOL" SETS at y Mrs. . NordstronVs Millinery. 120 South Palafox St. hi a; f;!l it ' 1 1 :i! ! 1 1 - )