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TfTE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1920
rHREC temporarily with a mark on his head from the policeman's billie, and Hen eon submitted, peacefully following: the use of that -weapon on his head and one finerer damned in the mouth Kof the officer. SOCIETY!! rsJR PRESERVATION OF HISTORICAL. OLD ST. MICHAEL'S. All interested .f enaacolians wiU meet on ttte mezzanine tioor of the San Carlos today at noon lor the' purpose of form ing an organization for the preservation of historical old St. Michael's cemetery. ThU plot of ground which holds 'so much 1 of iensacoia's alluring romance and tra diticn of the old Spanish days and be fore, unfenced and neglected, will before many years pass into oblivion as far as any recognition of these uncared for graces are concerned unless tne proper pro taction can be given the cemetery. . Besides the wonderful climate and surf batting found at Pensacola quite a de light to tourists are the old landmarks of firmer generations and points of hl !torial interest. Tot well can we af ; ford to let a place where Dorothy Wal ton, daughter of the American revolu tion and wife of George Walton, one of the igners of the Declaration of Amer ican Independence has rested for the past eighty-eight years go into complete oblivion or the grave of Mayor Jerrason, who, after long and honorable service in the U. S. navy was repeatedly elected i as mayor of Pensacola. St. Michael's : cemetery is too closely related to the : city s historical past to be so neglected ' as it now is. 4& ; COMMUNITY SERVICE GIRLS ' : DANCE THIS EVENING. The dance to be given this evening In the Keyser auditorium beginning at 8.30 o'cliick by the Hostess group, assisted by various other groups of the girls of the ; Community Service Club, is being antici pated with much genuine pleasure. Music . is t be furnished by a special orchestra . and light refreshments served. A prite wail will be an interesting feature. All " pro eeds for the dance will be used for enlarging the girls athletic program vf the Community Service Club. Members of the Hostess group, who have been responsible for a number of the delightful social affairs given by the girli of the Community Service are: Hel m Cusachs, Gussie Sims Thelma De Uroax, Kan a Gonzalez, Frances Dan iels. Alice Koch. Olga Montenari, Rhoda i Ben a, Minnie White Morris, Mrs. Crom- : well Owen (Ola Byers). Patrons and patronesses for the eve ning will be: Mr. and Mrs. Max Bear, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ingraham, Mrs. Lolu K. Mayes. Captain and Mrs. I. H. Aiken. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Forcheimer. Paymaster and Mrs. Thomas. Mr. and ' Mrs. James White. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Borras, Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Quina, Mr. and .Mrs. Ellis Knowles. - . Rab-My-Tis-m is a -great pain killer. It relieves pain and soreness caused by Ith umatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. ill! I , Wearing Rings 'H Is an Art i. The woman who studies the effect of details reaps a rich reward in beauty through the care she gives to her rings. They become an Impor tant part of the costume, adding an artistic touch of eolor, and enhance the "" charm of a well shaped hand. The new oval, octagon and oblong shapes, in green gold finish, are un comonly effective. Ele- . bash's shows pleasing va riety in these 14 karat v mountings, set with gar net, ruby, amethyst, ,tour- maline, squamarine, and other colored gems. Elebash Jewelry Company Jewelers and Silversmiths 112 S. PALAFOX ST. i Member Retail Merchants ( Association . BREAKFAST Many appetizing dishes prepared in a way that will suit the most fastidious. , A'La Carte. LUNCHEON A special plate du jour, as nice a midday meal as k one would want for 75c. DINNER Every delicacy of the season, served as it should be. Service a 'la carte. The Cafe San Carlos Pensacola's Bright Spot BUSINESS WOMEN TO MEET AT NOON TODAY. The Professional and Business Wom en's Club will meet at the Community Service Club rooms for luncheon today, at 12:30 o'clock, having with them Miss Lilla White, state president of the Fed eration of the Professional and Business Women's Clubs, who will give a short address to the members on the purposes and aims of the federation and what it has already accomplished. Miss White was to have spoken to the club- last eve ning but bad train connection delayed her arrival in the city, she coming in last night from Jacksonville. It is hoped that every member of the club may be present at the luncheon today. Miss White, who has many friends in Pensa cola, will probably remain in the city for a few days visit before returning. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY, r I K5T M. fc. TO MEET TODAY, The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church, will hold an important meeting in the Sunday School rooms of the church this afternoon at 3:30 o clock. All members are urged to be present. DEVOTIONAL MEETING MISSIONARY SOCIETY, GADSDEN STREET M. E. CHURCH. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Gadsden Street Methodist church, will hold a devotional meeting in the Sunday School Annex this afternoon at 3 o'clock. A- full attendance is re quested. 2? MEMBERS OF BITZER. BORRAS BRIDAL PARTY. A lovely wedding of the Springtime will take place at the Lutheran church to morrow evening at 8 o'clock, when Miss Geraldine Dorothea Borras, daughter jof Mrs. J. I Borras, becomes the bride of Charles Bitzer of Mobile. Miss Borras will be given in marriage by her brother, Quintin Borras and mem bers of-, the bridal party will be: Mrs. Rita Varn, sister of the bride, matron of -honor. Miss Ethel Bitzer of Mobile, sister of the groom. Miss Stella Rein hardt. bridesmaids and L. L. Borras, I. Borras, George Bitzer of Mobile and E. A. Borras, ushers. Mr. Bitzer will have as his best man, his brother, Fred Bit zer of Mobile. Little flower girls will be: Eunice Kramer, niece of the bride and Louise Shettler of Mobile, niece of the groom. Rev. J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor of the Lutheran church, will officiate and special music will be a pretty feature of the ceremony. Mrs. Flinn will be or ganist with John Lang as violinist. Vo cal selections will be sung by Miss Mar garet Wilhelmni and Michael DeLustro. The church will be prettily decorated in the chosen wedding tones of lavender and pink. Mr. Bitzer, with his bride, will leave that ' night for New Orleans and after a short- honeymoon will be at home to friends in Mobile, where a pret tily furnished home is awaiting their occupancy TEA GARDEN ! BRAND PRESERVES 55c per Jar. Member Retail Merchants Assn. MISS VVHITING HOME AFTER TOURING STATE N INTEREST Y. W. C. A. Miss Martha Whiting. Florida state di rector for Y. W. C. A. for the World Service program arrived in the city yes terday morning from JacKsonviiie, Having- completed her work as state direc tor for the World Service program. Miss Whiting began her duties last October and since then has covered the whole state, visiting in more than fifty towns In Florida in the interests of ed ucational work for the T. W. C A. and other phases of Y. W. C. A. work. FIGHT AGAINST ARREST BY OFFICER MUTISPAUGH Following a stubborn resistance against arrest by Officer Mutispaugh, J. B. Henson was taken to the police station decidely the worse for the en counter. He was " charged with- being drunk and resisting an officer. The of ficer attempted to arrest Henson and J. C. Hunt for disorderly conduct when the two men resisted. Hunt got away Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antisep tic; it kills the poison caused from in fected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc. GERMS CAUSE DECAYJF TEETH Dental Science Say Germs Act In Three WaysProduce Acids That Erode the Enamel; Infect Gums. Causing Pyor rhoea; Infect Throat and Tonsils Caus ing Sore Throat, Tonsilltls . and Sys temic Poisonings. Dental authorities agree that if you would have your teeth last a life-time and avoid the many local and systemic diseases that comes from an unhealthy mouth and Infected gums, throat and tonsils you must sterilize your mouth and throat night and morning, as a part of your daily toilet. Dental Science has perfected an agreeable and most effec tive sterilizing solution called Steroline, which absolutely sterilizes the month, teeth and throat, penetrating even bet tween the teeth. Steroline, used as a mouth wash and gargle night and morning, soon becomes a most enjoyable and refreshing part of the toileL It imparts a most delightful sensation of freshness, cleanliness and comfort to the mouth and throat, purify ing the breath even of smokers and pre venting pyorrhoea, throat irritation, colds, tonsilitis, and many other con tagions that gain entrance through the mouth. Telephone your druggist now for a bot tle of Steroline and begin today to en Joy its delights and protection. A large bottle, enough for the entire family, may be had for half a dollar. Adv. "The Tell-tale Taste"; D y Good coffee has a delicate & taste and fragrant bouquet f L that is not found in cheaper grades. . J. 1 .T'i fl I UeUnttoy bUndfTomUrr I W;jrSr?$J) V 1 J I I ickth ccfte crop and m roaatd 1 l5i-Sli'J I i In .witacry tin ooly. t your srocarm. PuKWCII Try it aoi you'll it U v JI &&W3y VT I r -Th coffee urtth feu evmots atut M ey Jl I v. ' ' no superiors" JI ifj IlpN Mntual CoUee Jsp 8 "To thine own self Be True" tM BARE FAIRNESS TO YOURSELF. USE THE GOOD Rising Sun SuperlatieSelf Rising Flour "HTie Flour tltat Guarantees (he Biscuits" '&IAOC BY NASHVILLE ROLLER MILLS riASBVILLK. TZXX. C a. a. Has Raised a New Standard for Baking Powder Becaase made in the most I WARDS I II careful and scientific manner from absolutely pure materials that re main pure in the baking and insure wholesome, healthful foods. Because it possesses the greatest leavening power. Because it is not affected by time or weather it never loses its strength and never fails. Because it is most economical you save when you buy it and you save when you use it. These are the reasons why Cam-" met is the standard baking powder the choice of millions more being sold than of any other brand. Try it always buy it. Your grocer can suppfy you. ients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. UirUi7C,T,QUALrTY A UVU it J X - Used for 70 Years Thru its use Grandmother's youthful appearance has remained until youth has become but a memory. The soft, refined, pearly white appearance it renders leaves the joy of Beauty with you for many- years. V 1 I I I Feel Weak, Tired, "All Worn Out?" "Fvery Picture Do you lire too easily? Feel weak, nervous, "all unstrung;' suffer bacl ache, dizziness, sick headaches? Many women drag along day after day, blam ing so-called "female trouble" instead of weak kidneys, which so often are the cause. Don't wait. Kidney weak ness may lead to gravel, dropsy, Brighfs disease. Use Doan's Kidney Pills. They have brought health to thousands of weak, tired women. Ask your neighbor. Here's a Pensacola Case. Afrs. F. DeVellis. 12 N. Coyle St., says: "My kidneys bothered me and my back was so lame and sore I -ould hardly bend over. Mornings I felt as tired as I did the night before. As Doan's Kid ney Pilljhad been used In my family with g(md results I decided to try them. Doan's soon helped me and con tinued usa cured me." DOAN'S 60 at all Drug Stores rostet-rTilhnCfcMlgjU-Juilalo.NY r TheP ? m Phones 11 and 687 GLIDDEN'S Japalac Stains and Enamels, yarnishes, Paints and Shingle Stains. J AS. B. DAY'S Enamels and Stains, Brushes and Colors. ' WALL PAPER Contracting, Painting- and Papering; Oils, Turps and Dryers. 47 East Gregory m ii May Ponselle's Traofic "Suicidio" 5 .Thrilling and heartrending are the tones 'of this great dramatic soprano of the New York Metropolitan Opera Company in this tragic aria from La Gtoconda. This ex clusive Columbia artist portrays in purest melody all the grief and desperation of Ponchi-lli's poor ballad singer, betrayed and deserted by her lover, and about to seek solace in death. 49735 $1.50 V Hackett's First English Record Rose," that beautiful love ballad, is the first record sung in English oy this famous New York Metropolitan Opera Company tenor, who makes records exclusively for Columbia. 78929$ 1 .00 Seagle Sings Two Negro Spirituals Real, honest-to-goodness negro re vival hymns are Oscar Seagle's "Golden Crown" and "Standin in de Need o Prayer." They bring out all the beauty of this exclusive Columbia artist's great baritone. A-2889 $1.00 And 42 Other Great Selections 1 . ' The 46 new Columbia election t for May include 2 -grand opera arias. 2 popular songs ' by grand opera stars. 16 popular song hits. 4 orchestra selections, 2 retro spirituals, 2 revival hymns, 2 violin solos, 2 accor dion duets, 2 descriptive monologues, and 12 dances, com- . prisiog 7 fox-trots, 3 waltzes ana 2 one-steps. Get the new Columbia Novelty Rertrd Booklet. Every Colombia dealer has It Kmm Columbia RnorJ Smlm mt mO CW,nl( DmmJmrm Ik Or mnd20tk Ery Month COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, New York hi COLUMBIA Ni GRAPOmOLA3 A V ap to $300 J apt $2160 IK COME IN AND HEAR THE FOLLOWING NEW. RECORDS A 2S8 1 SWAXEE Al JoLson, Comedian MY GAL Frank Crumit, Tenor A 2877 I'M SORRY I AIVT GOT IT YOU COULD 1LVE IT IF I n D IT BLUES Bert Williams, Comedian CHECKERS (IT'S YOUR MOVE NOW) Bert Williams, Comedian A 2885 PEGGY Chas. Harrison, Tenor SAY IT WITH FLOWERS, Chas. Harrison, Tenor A 613 LA BOnEMEVE SELECTIONS (Part 1) Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra LA BOIIEME SELECTIONS (Part 2) Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra A 2S76 BUDD HA -D ARD ANELLA Fox' trot. Columbia Saxophone Sextette LIMEHOUSE NIGHTS One-step. Columbia Saxophone Sextette Intro. : Poppyland from "Midnight Whirl" A 28 SO DANCING HONEYMOON Fox-trot. - Art Hickman's Orchestra FEE FT FO FUM One-step Art Hickman's Orchestra A 2SS3 A FG HAN STAN F ox- trot Prince's Danee Orchestra MOHAMMED Fox-trot. Prince's Dance Orchestra A28T9 AH! THERE Flirtation Fox -trot) Columbia Orchestra JUST ANOTHER KISS Waltz. Paul Bliss Trio. Saxaphone, Banjo and Piano Intro.: Valse Inspiration. A 2S93 VENETIAN MOON Fox -trot. Kentucky Serenaders Intro.: In Y'our Arms BO-LA-BO Egyptian Fox-trot. Ted Lewis Ja Band A 6111 iF YOU COULD CARE From "As You Were" iiedley Waltz. Prince's Orchestra Incidental Chorus by Henry Burr Intro.: Hand in Hand Again. ON MIAMI SHORE Medley Waltz. Prince's Dance Orchestra Intro.: Waltz of Mine. - A 2886 SUNRISE AND YOU. George Meader, Tenor Solo I'LL THINK OF YOU WHEN EVENLNG SHADOWS FALL. . George Bleeder, Tenor Solo A 2803 BEUTIFUL HAWAIIAN LOVE. Campbell and Burr HAWAm.N nOURS WITH YOU - Campbell and Burr A 2888 GOODNIGHT ANGELINE. Peerless Quartette WE MUST HAVE A SONG TO REMEMBER Peerless Quartette A 2881 MY MOTHER'S SONGS William McEwan, Tenor Solo ONE BY ONE WE'RE PASSING OVER. William McEwan, Tenor Solo A 2882 CHRIST IN FLANDERS. Chas. Harrison IN FLANDERS FIELD. Chas. Harrison' A 2891 FIRST WALTZ Marconi Bros Accordion Duet SELECTIONS FROM "FAUST" Marconi Bro&, Accordion Duet E 4320 FAST POLKA. Royal Serbian Tambourltza Orchestra GRANDMOTHER'S WALTZ. Royal Serbian Tambourltza Orchestra . A 2891 WHEN MY BABY SMILES. Henry Burr DADDY, YOU'VE BEEN A MOTHER TO ME. Lewis James Grafonolas From $32.30 to $250.00 in Stock " PALACE JJEWEQ-LW (CaD&ntPAIW " JOE MANASSE, JFL, Mgr. 109 S. PALAFOX ST. PENSACOLA, FLA.