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THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA.. FRIDAY, NOV. 24. 1918 '
IN WOMAN'S REALM Weafergoing to put on a Fine Reports Given at Federation Of Womens' Clubs at Miami ui.mi. Nov met adherence to business and to ! rules and regulations of parlia- Bentary procedure, by an aamirawe oreanization that ran as on wheels, u 6 lima hrtnrfn out to nd at tne ... most casual hearer the tremen dous range and extent of the Interests d activities of the Intelligent club wmen of Florida, the second day or the huge Federation Convention was crammed to overflowering with a mul- . i wnnnrta on1 nanaa. tiplicity or vaiuauic icu.io ssry business, an maae succinct ana to the point by tne omcers presiding. The morning session was Held in tl,e Woman 3 CtuD auauonum auer the meeting of the credentials committee. ent to the schools, and closed with an interesting account of the Winter .Park savings bank for the schools. Mrs. W. F. Blackman, for the liter ature and library extension commit- and i Wtta unusuauy convincing in her report of the aims of that department. The keynote of her talk was the need 24. Characterized by and the greater co-operation team work between its several clubs The reports were given by Mrs. T V. Moore, vice-present at large, Mrs. jof literary work as a backing for what- w. . Miner ror the first section, Mrs., r eise me clUDS wished to do, and J. D. Randall for the second, Mrs8he 8aid that whether in civivs or Charles A. Cay for the third, Miss home econncs the cultural side of athryn Thorpe for the fourth and Mrs. the club work can not be neglected. Edgar Lewis for the fifth. She save as the work of the depart- Mrs. Wm. Hocker, secretary to the'"16"1 the planninS of study courses General federation, gave her report &nd prErams for the ot the club, which was followed by the chief r"e- Fr the Past year these ,ncluded cour port of the morning, that of the pres.18 " the Study of South America ident. Mrs. W. S. Jennin.,, American literature and travel, the S. Jennings. i State Department I The reports of the state depart ments were then called for. ' ivirs. Marie Frost, for the Art de partment, outlined the work of the past year. The purpose of the work, she said, was the arousing of interest in art and the increasing of knowledge both of its history and its application. ine art committee worked on the jlrs. V. S. Jennings and Mrs. T. V. mi cn i i I Moore were tne presiuing oiucitus. After the invocation by the Rev. R. h Merrill Miss Uessie A. Williams I i nf ttist ixAflnritlola .. igave tne ri'i'mi u. w. i)es ot encouraging the arts and committee, in general, this report crafts, co-operating with a 11 mPns- showed the largest number of dele- ures for the increasin of civi ,,pniltv I .... gates present tnai nave ever anenueu j for the removal ot i)nlboards andi a Florida federation, representing fially, preparing art material for the over one hundred and thirty clubs of use 0f the clubs and schools. Florida. The report of the civics committee With the reading of the minutes of by Mrs. J. A. Hendley was most in- Ithe Florida delegation at the bien- spiring. The keynote of that depart nial bv Mrs. Edgar Lewis the morn- ment was, she said, service. And nev- Iing session was well under way and er before has so much been done by the delegates, that crowded the build-; the clubs for the state and for human .. . 1 J. A A1 A I 1... ml 1- b . 1 , . .. Iing to tne uoors, men u una iub hibi uy. me worn ior uiDercuiosis reuer serious business of the convention. 'and prevention, for playgrounds, bet- The reports of the omcers of the ler streets, sanitation, for community I convention were read in brief and ac-; Christmas trees, rest rooms, better ! -u ii j i . . . iceptea. mewniKs ana rouus, me improving or Mrs. John W. Dickins gave the re- the picture shows and many other ac cording secretary's report, Mrs. H. B. j tivities of the clubs during the year iMinium that for the corresponding that is past. Secretary, Mrs. Kate V. Jackson for ( Mrs. S. G. Capen spoke interesting- lthe treasurer, Miss Bessie A. Williams ly for the civil service reform coni- Bhe auditor's. v niittee, speaking particularly of the The reports of the vice-presidents, women employees of the government oth at large and for the five sections in the state. of Florida Federation, were heard rith great interest. While in statis- Mrs. Wright's Report For the education committee, Mrs. study of the literature of various sec tions of America, the geography of American literature, the Bible as lit erature, and the history of matters of interest in house hold decoration such as textiles, rugs, silver, china and so one. Mexican history and pageantry were also asked for. The press chairman, Mrs. H. S. Jen- lson, gave a strone nlna fnr tho amid. ing in of material for the fedaration pages in the five sections, and spoke , of the work of the section of press chairman and the papers which they represented. I Mrs. Kirke Munroe gave a strong plea for the use of the bureau of In formation, which, she said, had fur nished material for almost every known subject during the past year. As historian also she made an urgent demand for the club papers of espe cial value to be sent to her for aid in making up both the bureau of infor mation and the state history, which she said, she would be glad to do this year. Dr. Grace Whitford for the health department, spoke particularly of the selling of Red Cross stamps for the anti-Tuberculosis fight. The funds ob tained this year she said would be ap plied to Florida relief. She sketched a vivid picture of the many necessi ties for such relief here. She will sell stamps to delegates and chair men of health committees during the convention. kical form the miles traveled and the George M. Wright dwelt on the mul- clubs visited, the total effect of the tiplicity of interests brought together teports was an overwhelming testi- by the department and the many new nony to the energy, the Initiative and ideas found in the different clubs. She i pe untiring activities of the vice-pres- spoke of the teacherages which are Bdents, to whose work is greatly due springing up all over Florida, of the . L I. A J l J - J 1, ., np 4Un anltnAl fenTrt T'l, .' .. ....... , . 1 . . 1 . .1 J . .1 berahip of the Florida Federation 'of the books and traveling libraries with unanimous vote into the Florida THIRTEEN NEW CLUBS ADMITTED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE TO FLORIDA FEDERA TION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS !!!'! SjpeciaiChristmas Sale Beginning-Tuesday, Nov. 226 and ending 'Saturday, Dec. 16th. t f r-.:, WiTwitt give a special 1 0 fafil; Cent Discount on aWmeraiandise except Big BenjGl&iMsXWaterbur Watch eslUtiit -optical goods. n1 We offetthis special induce mentjor the reason that we believe that we can handle the Christmas trade much more satisfacibry by offering induce ments io get people to do their shopping early. We have three Stores, thereby enabling us to buy in targe enough quantities so that xve cibiiy direct from the factory, thereby cutting' out the middle man's profit, ijcfe amounts to 22 to 25 per cent., ihafa with the extra 10 that we offer, iJiifiygh this sale will make a Saviiig of 30 "to 35 per cent, to you. We wifle le1il'sed-,fol!how you our Stock, and if there is any article thatc'you","W&ui8'lfl53 laid aside for you to get later you can make small f1ep6sll?'anil'',we"will hold the article for you. it ,1i .h IMA t-'. : Co. PHONE 17i 112 KENTUCKY AVENUE The invitation1 Saxu Practical I T S T Ayf Ill noma uress smmg oCgrsons Prepared Specially for This Newspaper By Pictorial Review A Tadleur in Black Broadcloth 'Federation of Women's clubs at a at Bartow next time. meeting of the executive committee iwrs extended and accepted at yester . . ... . . I ...- i U,M . .t n n at tne ciud auuuorium yesteraay ai-mitruuuu n uieeuug. y ternoon. The new clubs are as fol lows: Eau Gallie, Woman's club; Goulds, Woman's club; Miami, High land Park Farent and Teacher asBO- A North Dakota Jeweler has built , a minute electric motor just such as m a flea circus would find useful for op eration; Key West, Mother's club; Es-jerating its trolley cars. Its total !,tero, Womens club; Milton, Civic length is about five-sixteenths of an inch and its total weight ia less than i the jacket which is slightly fitted. It fastens in single-breasted effect. The square collar may bo rolled high or low. In medium size the suit requires m yards 54-inch broadcloth. The home dressmaker has the ad vantage of a construction guide to save her from costly errors in at tempting to make this jacket. First tnrm Urt in frnnt at the upper elee of the jacket, creasing on line of slot 'was formerly opened League; Milton, Shakespeare club; Parker, Woman's club; Colatchee, Oman's club; Oak Hill, Communi- club; Newberry, School Improve ment and Civic club; Monticello, Woman's club, and Waldo, Woman's i club. Although the federation gained ( thirteen new organizations, it lost, three the South Jacksonville liooKj club, the Dunellen Mothers' club and the Tampa Woman's City club. The first two were consolidated with other clubs, so that their memberships are not really lost. The Tampa Wom an's City club was disbanded. Mrs. A. L. Monroe gave a short ad dress of welcome after the meeting A satisfactory a grain. perforations. In stitching the seam finaciai rep0rt was made by Mrs. Kate , X.?thiBin.t jV -Jackson, state treasure, and she foration. Join front to side front announced that only two clubs in and back to side back. Adjust un- 'tne entire federation had failed to pay derfaclng to position and line pocket i response to a request tips so that they can be adjusted to ,u,c" UUCH- r nosition on each side or tne irons, . aMpnuawi A Ur K.Ta TonVunn ilia LI UJ 11 1 a. wwnuvu - - . committee decided that every club 'chnnid spnd the state treasurer a list i Close underarm and shoulder seay, then face the collar and sew to tne neck edge, notches and center-backs even. Roll collar and front as illus trated. t Now, close sleeve seams as notched, easing any fulness between notches at elbow and leaving extensions free. Turn hem at lower edge on small "o" perforations. Turn under extension on slot perforations, lap to small "o'' perforations and tack. Close seam of cuff as notched to small "o" perfor ation and line. Bring the small "o" perforations near the pointed end together and tack. Sew to sleeve bringing single large "O" perforation at lower edge of cuff, to eorrepond- . m " 1 1 n& mm nil a" . mg perroraiion m - b.. en of 'Mhlon are wearing at-. perforation at Inside seam of lve. ctive tailored suits of highly fta- Bew sleeve la armhole as ntcflf mall ' o penorauoa m " eeam easing in any fulness. JACKVT 6861 SKIKT ' 6715 A jaunty tailor made in black rioth haTig plain skirt and gst-gUed slagle-breasted jacket. 7. u broadcloth this season. They rf merely made, as a rule, but ex Z?""tf7 smart ia ent. The distia. n-shing feature of this design is mirier trimmln? could be se lected than buttons of eelf-materiaL Pictorial Review Jacket No. 6861. Sites, 34 to 44 inches bust. Price, 15 "ate. ekirt No. C71?. fiUes, 8S te 32 inches waist, IMce, 13 cent. of paid-up members by October 1, be fore the credentials are Bent out, and that they be represented by that num ber. Cards will be issued every year. for extra members. The question of the disposition of i 16,328.79 surplus money In the treas-j ury of the national federation was presented by Miss Louis Meigs, Flor ida Director, F. F. W. C, and the Flor ida women expressed themselves in favor of putting the money aside for an emergency fund to be used as neded. Mrs. Frank Jennings, ot Jackson ville, Mrs. William Hocker, of Ocala, Mrs. H. S. Jenison, of Jacksonville, Mrs. W. S. Jennings, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Kate V. Jackson, of Tampa, were appointed as a committee to con sider some means of raying the ex penses connected with the office ot etate president "I want you to pro vide for the next president" said Mrs. Jennings.- "My expenses the last year has been Just exactly J300.87 which I paid from my own income." The state executive board will meet IP ! 0 IS r M . . I m For the 1 Jivt r.-v. I . I I if;: L I hanksgi ving .At m.fi - . ira ,r a.L " L hnnptrnnc I i HlWHSBSW S -eo.u.s.PAT.-orr. SlSJ hilt DproittOl i f&$k III I P m-i Thaf.roiitSniiH.rn I v P Mpi UilllA nM I H I ' ( 1 Ml II H 1 Mr. James SilTof Atlanta. 'a'PH 1 HJtlSeaUtiful j Vij J ?. ,tti ritircil Iiiimiusi. mail, ii"W ni.irc ' gjfj ! .... ! V'j. I c 'a than "thrrrscori- .ni l trn." Ct1" IttM fit I 'M I aH "I am ii'iw iisin tin- bio.nil hoi- Bfj M fffU KJf J A , ; M L tic .f N'ATl'Kli'l'l INK. I lir.l it O V '!' V - ! pfl ,,OFS a" "'-it it ilaiimil for it." MJ N ' 'j ,, J M. p . '11: it is H ll.tf point. It is a. FM 1 H ! j V ' AJ&T - Wr boon to nlil nrniilc. as veil as n!t Jf, I EJ I ji J I . r f J others, for lli.it matiir. It tlois iJU . ; J'Zrf , V V BJ not make llirm "i'l:" r Ii-.n-c 8 Ji kfl . . L rfV ' " V r them constip.itf.l. Ttiey can take W lliVcllIIIl' 1 'i- tZrWi E Sn it at any tin,.- in just the si,j BQl H VMM I XnT, A K Hose necessary for their particular m DJ V7' H i IVAVll h ffl f::":'!:'. I l,f.wnQ rn I . vl k j pVcr7 from havi taken VVf.. W j I A (j Price SOc on an absolute guarantee UJ lE ' 4' ' 'I Wtr W JJJI 1 . ! Coats IN L M J M. I . . (inl I '11 1 1 I 1 H 1 I SSSfc,',. 3;f. r" - I V E WE t i.f.J i i : U Facial Massage a maimimuj lamj; in p Shampooing a New Outfit and a S Hair Dressing "A Dress for every occasion' These are our SpeclallUes, also R S attenUon given to the foet A ' T 1 I " Ii N 1 j ; JLa .jyiUJLPcy 5 The Beauty Shop Mrs. H. Logan, Pro. ELLISTON BLDG. j