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Societ Washington Seminary Notes. vS In1lnty la director of the NUdlework guild. The Irlg have always given generously but this A Winter Romance By Je n Baird V. The Theater Party ckiEJJS who do 3 railed up" y asked my charming guest La the came in from a walk. my dear. I haven't t the slightest idea who was it Herbert KendaU. Nan. blushing slightly. e have to ea na Invited all of WI to go to the theater with him this evening. But hesitated Ntn Oh I accepted for you. my dear. before she could object I knew you would love to go. Never did Nan look prettier than on that evening as she came down the stairs to join us. Her handsome gown n r cortace bouquet H rbs oTcr nS her glorious brown lair set off to perfection her sparkling eyes an I beautiful complexion He was truly bewitching. Jove I heard Herb exclaim un ler his breath as he eaught sight her on the landing. And his eve never left her the rest of the e Throughout the entire evening Nap complexion remained fresh and f' V ty It was because she used Hagar. Magnolia. Balm that fragrant liQu' powder. So easy to apply ne\ comes oil and cannot be detected. Or. can get It from dealers for a cent. ( s post paid from the Lyon Manufictur trig Co. 100 So. Filth fet. Brooklyn N 1. Three colors white pink and rose-red. Herb snatched a minute with Nan ajone just before he left our IK an came in shortly with a sight in her eyes X had never seen beta e V I wonder said I to myself as dropped off to sleep. To be continued. wtf year when the announcement was mad that there were more than two. nundred and fifteen garments and over fifty dollar. in money there was a spirit of elation quit. perceptible. The thirty garments made by the boarders were particularly attractive. The six sweaters for men certainly looked warm. Title donation Is the form which th Thanksgiving offering of the school takes. The seniors during their fresh. man year and those succeeding have tried HO add to the pleasure of tke crippled children on special days. A committee from the class carried. a box of oranges to the Inmates of the hospital on Wednesday afternoon. These same seniors are still en joy ing- he memory of the Georgia Products dinner. The big yellow chrysanthemums in a basket with bows and streamers of blue tulle made an effective renterpiece the school colors. The hand place cards was the work of Rebec ca Harrell. a member or- the class. The sophomores gave Wednesday afternoon to aiding the ladles in charge of the children of the Home of the Friendless. This class helped last year to make the nursery of this worthy Institution more attractive. They intend to substantially aid the nursery again this winter. The newly organized freshman class has decided that their interest shall center In the annex of the if. C. Home for Young- Woarfn They. eXPPItto furnish a Washington seminary room there similar to the two fuwtshed by the Juniors In The Bufofd home. which they still maintain. The French picnic' of the sixth grade was a great success. Several automobiles full of happy children went te- Cascade Springs. Mademol- splle Caluso tatigtt them French practically while they ate lunch. and later while they played games. MEETINGS The regular meeting of Cherokee Rose lodge. No. 606. Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood Of. Railroad Trainmen. will be held Friday December 5 at 2 :30 p in. In the viwam on Central avenue. Officers for the ensuing year are to be elected All members are requested to bu present. F The Nineteenth Century History lass will meet with the president Mi Boiling Jones Thursday at 3 p in. j y r jjigi the. Testing of Julia Grant BY HAZEL DEYO BATCIILO Copyright 1919 for The ConztttitIon. Lucy State. Her Claim e D READ THIS FIRST. Julia. Grant Is about to be married to Dan Carson hen he jilts her for another woman. When the other woman jilts Dan in return lie comes back to Julia and she. promises a second time to marry him. But. things are not as they were and after Julia has given her promise she discovers that she has given her love to Dr. John Sorville. head surgeon at the hospital where she has gone to study nursing. Julia is oppressed by her conscience and she feels that she cannot break her promise to Dan Then she discovered that Lucy her younger sister has fallen in love with Dan. and she feels that the time has come to tell Dan the truth. which she So However. he refuses to release tier and then as though fate had interfered purpo ely. a few days before the wedding Lucy has a bad falL GO O\ WITII THE STORY. CHAPTER UV. It Julia had imagined that Lucy in her days or convalescence would be in a mood for confidence. she was mistaken. Lucy's first hours with a clear brain showed a change In her. and. strange to say. she was cold. almost hostile to Julia. Julia thought at first that her attitude was the result of her illness. that she was merely querulous but after a time Julia was forced to admit that Lucy Was deliberately unfair. but she shrank away from any tooch of Julia's hands. and often Julia would catch Lucy's s gaze fixed on her from across the-room an unfriendly distrustful look that was unmistakable One day Julia turned suddenly and met Lucv s eves full. She crossed over. to the bed and Oat down on It. Luc what Is It' Wont t you tell me why you hate me BO' Lucy twisted her lips Into a smile. I don t hate you. she denied. You don't t love me Julia re- I turned sadly. I suppose you v ant me to fall on Little Chaps and Young Fellows Look Fine in These- Hats and Caps Caps From 125 to 400 Four styles are illustrated but we have many more. And in the. desirable dark colors' which stay V longest. There are hats in velvet felt and velours for the little chap and cloth caps for the growing fellow who strives for that smart appearance which is the mark of care in dress and good taste. You will do well to inspect these offerings they Offer really exceptional values at the prices asked Hats From 3225 to 750 Johnson Co. your neck because you nursed me through this thing,1' Lucy sneered. Lucy turned her head away on the pillow and a. few mlyites later when Julia returned to the room. she saw that Lucy's eyes were closed and that tears were rolling down the thin white cheeks. When Dan came to see her she forced every bit of energy there was in her to the zrfaoa liar cheeks would blaze with color. she would call for h r most becoming negligee and Julia would arrange the thin blonde hird becomingly under a lace tap. Then Lucy would preen before Dan. would demand things i coquettishly would speak Sharply to Julia reproving her for careless ness quite openly would adopt. In fact. the airs and graces of a very much spoiled young person. Instead of repulsing Dan. this attracted him. it appealed more than ever to his sense of portecUon. He liked the feeling that swept over him warmly when he overheard Mrs. Grant tell the doctor that he was the only person who seemed to ba e iv influence over Lucy. One day when. Julia was sitting by the window sewing. and Lucy was turning over the pages of a magazine idly. the younger girl spoke. Julia do you still think that Dan Carson loves you Julia put down her sewing aid did not answer for a moment. Lucy went on hurrying her words. Do you Julia ha-d an utter distaste for discussing this thing with Lucy. It sounded so cheap and melodramatic. Dan fid not love Lucy he had said so and Lucy seemed to have so little pride in disguising her own-feel ings. She confessed her love in her coquetry toward him. If she bad not been ill. and it every one had not spoiled her terribly. it would have been pitifully apparent to anyone. I don't want to talk about It. Spots of color' flamed in Lucy's face. She was becoming unduly excited But I do' she returned. hotly. Julia hastened to. pacify her. Lucy was still weak. any excitement might bring back the fever. She must be humored. Nevertheless Julia was determined not to talk the thing over again in its sordid de tails. I don't see what there Is to say. Julia began. and then Lucy how can you want to talk about it Don't t you see that the whole thing is up to Dan' I know you think I have' no pride Lucy Hung back. But I don't care. I ve watched you and Dan together and I know that its your strength that he admires. He feels that he must live up to It but with me he has nothing to live up to. I lean on him. I depend on him and I think he likes it better than your strength. Julia was looking at Lucy In amazement. Was this her little sister this woman who- talked this way Was s this Lucy. Lucy of the blue eyes and the blonde hair and he childish simple ways This woman was owning up to having played a game for a maps love. Lucy was confessing that' she had studied Dan that she had given thought to her carefully considered moves and that she believed. she wold win It was astounding. and she was so sure of herself that Julia was convinced. Even though. Dan Carson was sure he wanted one thing. he was not so strong that he could not be persuaded that he wanted another. Julia had been through one experience. with him She knew' But what it he were wobbly could uc-s be sure that she would keep his love for any length of time That was the Question. Music Study Club Meeting. It has been found necessary to in definitely postpone the Peer Gynt" program which has been announced for Tuesday evening of this week. but the chorus rehearsal and regular program of the Atlanta Music Study club will be held' as usual at is. o'clock for the rehearsal and 21 for the program Wednesday morn log at Egleston Memorial hall corner West Peachtree and North avenue. For the Holiday Season We Have' Made Many Sharp Reductions. tne Price of- in LINENS With a full realization of the importance of Linens for he table during the Holiday season and the knowledge that it is hard to replenish tie Linen chest with prices as they are at present we have gone carefully through our stock of Cloths for the Table and Napkins to determine just what we could do in the way of price reduc- tioru The result will astonish you" and please you too for we have. seldom betti able to offer values as decidedly good as these and another thing please remember these offerings come at a time of tremendous shortage of material in the hands of manufacturers. SIZE 45x45 45x45 45x45 45x45 54x54 4 54x54 72x72 90x90 90x90 inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches DESCRIPTION Real made Mosaic cloth. Very fine linen in elaborate designs. Presenting the opportunity to obtain magnificent Sped- mps of the linen weavers art at great savings in price. There are' napkins which match in quality the cloths listed. a 54x54 inches 54x54 inches jx54 inches 5x54 inches- 72x90 inches 72x90 inches 72x72 inches 72x72 inches 72x72 inches 72x72 inches 90xto8 inches Real Madeira Cloth These realty handsome cloths for. the table are exceptionally fine linen and come from the looms of manufacturers who take pride in the quality and the artistry Of their products. For the. informal home gathering or for the formal dinner these cloths wilt assure dignity. FORMER PRICE 1350 2060 2500 3000 500 3500 6500 5000 13500 25000 3000 2250 3500 4500 7500 6500 4500 3500 750 5000 10000 REDUCED PRICE 1250 1350 1750 2250 1750 2500 4750 3850 8250 17500 5 2750 1950 25.035.00 6250 52.537.50 2850 2250 4500 8250 There are exceptional values offered in filet lace cloths too in cluny table covers and in sets for' the luncheon or for the pieces of furniture which demand embellishment. rlin.Johnsoti-DuBose Co. 96 WHITEHALL Home Cooking BY MRS. M. A. WILSON Queen Victoria's Former Cuisiniere Copyright 1919. for The Constitution Tile old. worjd custom of entertaining during the holidays was extremely popular with the housewife of yesterday. Of late years we have let this splendid way of keeping alive old and kindling new friendship fall into disuse. Now that we are tree from. the strain of the late war. let- us turn ovlr thoughts to friendly little evening affairs in out own homes. The mother of a famlry with growing child rep. can use this means to meet the children's chums her. husbands s friends and return the pleasures that she has received from her own friends and neighbors. The young wife may make this a Beans of having a neighbor or S friend or two in for the evening while to the young bride this will be a splendid opportunity to gain poise- and real matronly honors. Some housewives like to select Friday and Saturday evenings for these little affairs for the reason that It the guests linger an hour longer it will not cause a strain on the family the next morning' S usually an extra hour or two on both Saturday- and Sunday evenings can be permitted to the family for recreation. In a dear old knickerbocker home in New Yok state. Where the mother Is housewife and maid the family consists of three growing children the father and mother have' Instituted a custom of having their friends and neighbors three nights a month for tea. cards and a dance. Surrounding this charming home ate thousands like It. and yet the mother has taught her children the true meanings of hospitality. Mother has the tea. father the cards and the children have the dance. It has. long been the custom of the old Dutch housewives of Sew York to have tea with aIriend about 7 o o'clock and chat and knit for a while. then return home to see the children returning bout S o'clock. The mother of the home has followed the ways of her old. long- forgotten ancestors and she usually entertains her friends the first Fri day of the month with tea To daughters help her to serve. ? Jack and father usually have' their meal served in the spotlessly scoured kitchen Father has a few buddies ove on the Second Satur. day evening for a game of pinochle and son Jack assists father The young people have a dance on a last Friday or the month and mother and father usually lend a hand tj see that things go smoothly Mother plans irujipensive menus and usually serves a salad with her tea. CHOICE OF So. 1 Shrimp and Celery Salad Toast Tea No. 2 Cottage Cheese SandwfchEI Swiss Drop Cakes sea No 3 Cavllnste Sausage. Potato Salad Rolls Tea Recipe for Ten Guuts. Two cans of shrimp One large stalk of celery diced One green pepper. diced. One. head of well washed lettuce. One cup of mayonnaise. One large loaf f bread. Cottage Cheese Sandwiches. Butter the bread on the loaf and then cut very thin Cover each slice with cri p leaves of lettuce then placfe in a bowl One cup of cottage cheese MRSMNCULLUM RESIGNS POSITION TO GO TO BELGIUM Mrs. M. N. CuUUfl' chief clerk in the school department at city hall announced Monday lhatshe will re sign her position IT the system to accept a place with the American embassy at Brussels Belgium. Mrs. Cullum has cabled her acceptance. and will sail as soon as she re calves word to embark At the embassy she will assume charge of the coderoOm a place earo Ing with It considerable re sponsibillty The offer came to her through Mr. Armour charge de affaires Mrs. Cullum. was during the war connected with the southern di vision of the Red Cross as assistant director of the bureau of chapter production. On June IS last year upon. recommendation of Superintendent W. F. Dykes she was elected by the board of education as chief clerk In the school department. She resides at 49 East Fourteenth street. Mr. Dykes has not yet selected her successor. C. B. PARKER OF MRAE PASSES INTO UNKNOWN McRae Os. December 1 Spe Ial C B. Parker. financier and romlnent business man or McHae lied thlsmornthg at I o o'clock at the age of 83. He was trustee of Mercer unverelty for 20 years and one of the founders of Brewton. Parker Institute. His philanthropy found expression In large gifts to Mercer. Brew ton-Parker Bessie Tift and other Institutions. For a number of years he was prominently connected with the na- Val stores business at Savannah and at the time of his death was president of the Merchants' Bank of McRae His funeral will be conducted from tile Baptist church Tuesday afternoon. SAVANNAHIAN SIGNS RIG MOVIE CT Savannah. Ga. December lj Spe. cial Savannah was Interested to day in news that a Savannah boy. Larry Semen has Just signed a contract with the Vltagraph people for three years at a salary reported to be 11200 000 a year. Semon started In as a cartoonist and is now a star comedian. As a tad. he did sleight of hand strunts and painted window signs In Savannah for the fun of the work. COLEMAN POST WILL HOLD MEETING TONIGHT William B. Coleman post No. 61 ( the' American Legion will hold a meeting tonight in the main dining room of the Ansley hotel at S o'clock. There will be an Interesting program 411- members and ex- service men are urged to attend. Ma says she buys POST TOASTSES crispest corn flakes cause I like em But you can bet. Ma gets her share too One sized onion grated. Two Teen peppers chopped tine. On teaspoon of salt. One teaspoon bf paprika. One-half teaspoon of mustard. One-halt cup of mayonnaise. Blend to mix thoroughly then spread on the lettuce and cover with the prepared sliced bread. Cut Into triangles. SwlwiDr p C ke. Three cup of white corn situp or honey. Yolk. of one egg. Cream well and then add Four tablespoons ofsnortennig Two cups of flour. Four level teaspoons of baking powder Two-thirds cup of water One teaspoon of flavoring. Beat. to mix then told in stiffly beaten white of the egg. Prop by the teaspoon Into well-greased drop. cake pans and bake for. fifteen minutes in a hot oven. This recipe makes fifty drop cakes. Suppers for Father' Card Party. No. I Rarebit on Toast Ginger Cup Cakes Coffee No. 2 Smoked Sausage Sauer Kraut Potato Salss Coffee No. S Grilled Oysters Baked Beans Rye Bread and Butter Coffee No. 4 Individual Oyster- Pies Cold Slaw Mince. Tarts Coffee or the Young Folks' Dance. No I Pimento Sandwiches Layer. Cake Coffee or Cocoa No 2 j Fruit Punch J Salmon and Potato Salad Swiss Drop Cakes Coffee r\o. 3 Fried Oysters Potato Salad Sponge Cake Cocoa No of Shrimp and Celery Salad Cookies Cocoa Individual OTirr Plea. For six or eight people. Place in a mixing bowl One teaspoon of salt. One level table poon of baking powder. Sift to mix. then rub In one-halt cup of shortening and mix to a dough with one-half cup of cold water. Divide into eight pte-es and rSii01 about qua inch thick. Now look over and ee from bits of shell about two oys- Drain well and add One-halt teaspoon of paprika. One-half cup of finely minced celery. One tablespoon of grated onion. One tablespoon of finely minced parsley One teaspoon of salt. One teaspoon of paprika. One-halt cup of tine bread crumbs. Mix thoroughly then divide Into the. prepared pastry. Wet the edges of the pastry with. cold water and press firmly together. Now make a tiny opening in the top of crust to anow the steam to escape. Place In well-greased pan and bake- for twenty-five minutes In a moderate oven. Serve with cream sauce. MRS. MARY KENNY DIES AT HOSPITAL SERVICES TODAY The funeral services of Mrs. Margaret Mary Kenny. 67 years old who died Sunday night at a private hospital. will be conducted this morning from the Church of the Sacred Heart at 10 o o'clock. The Re v John Guinan will officiate. Before her marriage. Mrs. Kenny was Miss Margaret Bloomfield She was born and reared sad had lived 11 her life in Atlanta. Mrs. Kenny is survived by he husband P. J Kenny three sons John F. F. DeSalles and Dr. Edward Kenny all of Atlanta four aughters. Mrs. S A Griffith of Savannah Mrs. Isabelle Keeling. of Atlanta and Misses Monica an Clair Kenny who live at the family residence 43 East. Twelfth street and a brother PVJ. Bloomfield of Atlanta. FELDER GETS VERDICT OF 2 AGAINST HOTEL Macon GI. December 1. Spe cial Thomas S Felder. former attorney general of Georgia and one time candidate for the United States senate. was awarded a verdict for U In the Macon municipal court to day. in his suit to recover the value of a box of candy from the Dempsey Hotel company. Mr. Felder presented his own case and the Judgment was tendered by Judge Chambers sitting without a Jury. Mr. Feldr claimed he sent a boa of candy to a Georgia Normal and industrial college senior several months ago when the yoUng woman Canoe to Macon with members of her class and stepped at the Dempsey. She failed to receive the candy and the hotel refused to reimburse Mr. Felder. Manager Charles Gonder. of the Dempsey. stated tonight the case would not likely be appealed. as the Incident developed before h took Charge of the hotel. HOUSTON DISTRICT FAR EXCEEDS QUOTA Cordele Ga. December 1. Spe cial Reports coming In from th various churches of the Houston Baptist association up to noon to day show a total of 1 S,000 to cove a Seventy-five Million drive quota o 150000 for the association. Reports from several churches of the ease. elation are yet to come. With bu few exceptions every church re ported werrt- considerably over the amount allotted. The Cordele church went 20000 over It quota of 0000. So far as giving goes yesterday was the greatest day in the history of Baptists throughout this section. and those In charge of the campaign are more than pleased with the re suits and are fully confident that when all reports are In the total amount subscribed- will reach JOO 000 for the Houston association. LIONEL A. MOORE DIES IN GRIFFIN ON MONDAY Griffin. Ga. December l Spe cial. Lionel A.- Moore 45 years old. or Griffin widely known commercial salecmep for local wholesale house and one of the most promt nent cltUens of this place died here today of double pneumonia after Only a short illness. lie is survived by three brothers. J. H. Moore vice resident of Griffin wholesale concern. sad J. T and B. :1. Moors also of Griffin. an sister. Miss Ennia Moors of Orlf tin. Th e funeral will to held Tuess CHEMISTS ARRIVING FOR SAVANNAH MEET f Savannah. Oa- December 1. Spe clal. A number of prominent chemists and scientists horn v boa parts of the United States ar rived in Savannah ttday for the an. coal convention of the American In mute of Cliemteal Engineers whle mists Wkttflesdty for a two-days session Shrouds Office Buildings And White. Lights Elevator Service Immensely Curtailed Res taurants Maintain Twi. light Sort of Illumination. No. it Was hardly a Stygian darkens but Atlanta was much darker than usual Monday night and will e tonight. Ttfe lights of the supposedly tray white way had ceased their fitful llmmevlng thereby removing- one traditions most popular temptac ong from Us melodramatic and' haleul effect On the hapless rustle youth who is supposed to' be lured rom pastoral innocence into urblfn Ullt by their Incandescent and soul. wrecking shimmer. Office buildings are no longer talf- shafts myriad-eyed with nightly ghts They are just tall shafts. a\ e that here and there. along..their tern gray sides peeps-out a gleam r light signifyingthat in some half. t nook an- an deed is being perpetrated. Curtail Elevator Service. Elevator service has been" immensely urtalled In some buildings possessive or offices judged br the federal government to be essential onejone elevator cared for the to- al of passengers- after the hour or In the afternoon. Other edifices were entirely devoid of elevator service after the zero tour and many a lone Individual traced his weary feet patriotically down to the street from an office that had held ira a weEt bit too late. The stores closed as per slzed. le. There was probably a tray element of dissatisfaction on the par f some grocers who unfortunately Id nt learn of the new- regulation that allowed them to remain open untIl 6 But every place that was supposed to shut its doors did so. Soda. fountains quit decorating marble slabs with receptacles re lete with luscious potions prompt- y at the hour of 4. Cigars and cigarettes found their way into smokers' eager hands before the witching hour. or else remained un- smoked In varied emporiums until o clock this morning. Restaurant Twilight. Restaurants maintained- a twl. ht sort of an Illumination. They were. most of them. careful to abide y the SO per cent darkness pro- iso of' the fuel regulation.- and didn't seem to- suffer in patronage. Atlanta. as a city is taking it necessary medicine with its characteristic spirit of willingness. Cooperation with the federal government has always been one of h r tenets. and still is. Growlers' Yes. Atlanta above all things is uman city. And unless every procedure in this old world was met with the IrumblingB of a certain element that has lived to growl so' ong that It now must growl' to live sign painters would be hired to alnt a great-big Utopia" on each ide of the Terminal station and crapshooters and yeJ1gs buld tart attending prayer meeting. Degrees of the Rite Will Be Given" to a Class of 210 Members. The tall convocation of the Scottish Rite Masons in the valley of Atlanta will begin this morning at i o o'clock when the 210 members of the Douglas Barnes class will assemble In the class room of the Masonic temple. The convocation will continue four' S days. during which time the degrees from the fourth to the thirty-second will be conferred. The first days' session' will devoted to the degrees. from t fourth to the fifteenth togethtr with the Investiture of knights of commander of the court of honor. This event will take place at 6 30pm. when the Masons elevated. to that rank by the supreme council In October will be given ( eir patents and Insignia of the ranK. Dinner will be served in the banquet hall every. evening. arid a large attendance of the brethren Is expected The degree staff of the Scottish Rite bodies and the Scottish Rite choir of Atlanta consistory are both famous' throughout the southern jurisdiction and many come from distant cities to witness the degrees which are made doubly Impressive by the excellent incidental music of the choir. AERIAL MACHINE GUN x USED IN RECRUITJNG The nay recruiting station in th Federal building is exhibiting Lewis aerial machine gun. similar to those that were mounted In al airplanes used by the United States forces during the war. Lieutenant Matteson formerly o the naval flying corps. and now stationed at the recruiting station brought the gun here He is alio exhibiting several small bombs elm liar to those used by bombing planes. DISTRICT MEDICO BODY MEETS IN MACON Macon Gi December. 1. spe cial. The fall meeting of the Sixth District Medical society will be held at me ziotei uempsey. in Macon Wednesday of this week. There will be two sesslQns. the first at 11 a. m. and the second at 3 p . At 3 p. m there will be a luncheon at th Dempsey for the members. Dr. Edward C. Jones. of Atlanta. president of the Georgia. oledlcal society- will be present. A numb of papers on. Important subjects o interest to the medical profession will feature the meetings. Officers for the ensuing year will be- electe at the afternoon sessions Present' officers are president. Dr. C. I. Rldlty Rullsboro vice president Dr. A.- F. White. FloYtlla secretary and treasurer. Dr. I. H. Adams. Macon. Thirty Feet of. Danger The intestine bend and twist and turn on themselves- more than thirty feet of them and when food waste dogs them/ up. irritating and dangerous poisons are formed. and carved by the blood through the system. Remove these poisons with Nujol the modern and scientific treatment for con. stipstion. fur P. booklet Thirty feet f Oil Co. Kor Jeey SO Bimi ij. Sickness Prevention Nujol. Qmiiipation mffiFji GAMING DEVK DURING CARNIVAL Dublin. Oa Deoemher 1. fBpe- ial Dublin and Laurens cO atyv Baptists are still at work orf the remainder of their quota of UxeT5- 000000 campaign. Dublin hadrflxed bout J71000of her quota SAVANNAH COMPLIED WITH RULES ON FUEL Savannah. Ga. December 1. Spe- lal The stringent rules romuJ Pi rated by the fuel administration or the conservation of fuel wer elng generally and thoroughly lered to lit' Savannah this afternoon nd tonight. Nowhere perhaps ha there been such large conversion of apparatus from coal to oil AS its Savanna hlndustrjes utllUe nt mslness houses but the oil-burning establishments are complying with the rules as readily as the us ng ones. Georgia Postmasters. Tk CtltlttI PIHajlttiia Puli. Utut Washington. December 1 Errjaat A. Johnson has been. appointed class postmaster at HIlHoila Screveocouny Ga. vice IT. H. Jtlll. tierilty court under a 10 by Judge Johnson. trthe recor court Monday afternoor who operated the cot a carnival recently held auspices of the Woodmen World on Marietta near flaumsjs y streets was charged with. iJ Injc several gaming" devices establishment. r t t lilngham was represented b 2 Don Miller who had subpenaefct witneeses to the trial several m v ers of the board of police. com missioners. 4 The defense put up bf Mr. Ufltr was that police authorities aJJo 4 the Southeastern fair arjatnVfted Cross in their recent drive tzse so-called gaming machines. T. w. Maddox chairman o tt ard of police commls lonersJwas X' worn In and questioned aboqf T- owJn r gaming at thaifalr psevi- Us to the closing fjhose atn carnivals- 1 It wasrrbroughl out In trial 1 that after being toM by' detectives to close down his 0ac r it w nld be necessary' to iftako case against. him told the aTt o- tives to go ahead and. w Ul l aake. a rtesf case pt It t After the trial' Yr. MilLer Wkot ney fortth defena tnade a- state menttMt h would prep chart against Chief of Detectives L njsr Poole and Chief of Pollee JI Beav ers to be brought up at the next' meeting of the board of police. Jom- missioners It was stated thlLt1t tlallty and failure to enforce aw on previous occasions wouii b charged. 4 LAURENS WILL RAISED BAPTIST DRIVE QUtiTA tonight and committees sure- tn at work. Reports from about Klf the churches in the county t showed 51000. about ROOD more the total quota or these churches. Indications' are that tb IUSTIHV.-- JLLOE Couldn't. Sit Stand or Lie WithAny Suter in Gives Good Advice and Cardul Does World of Good. Holland. Texas itrs. Nannie Me s serf of this place states About three years ago I was In a very critical condition. T nad been suffering for some time. To. telt how I hurt would be Impossible. I Nlt hurt all over. I couldn't sit. stand or lay with any comfort my back sides end lead all gayer me a great deal of trouble. I was especially bothered. with. light swlmmlngrfln my head. My people were rerfjpntasy about m and sent me' to rnrrtflatlTes to If/a change. Would do m any good. s I stopped at a- In aad she being a great believer in CardaC" asked me why I didn't use It. t de- elfled to try' it. I had only taken a few doses whft I felt it. would do ma good. This gave hopes and I used It right along- and it did m Just a world of good. Ince which time I have never ceased topraise CardUt Cardul Is recommended for slmpl female complaints and womanly pains and has been found to benefit in thousands of such cases when not due to malformation or that do D t require surgicaUtreattnent Try it. adv. To Have Smooth Whit. Soft Skin All Winter- Does roar skin chap or rouilld euO In tIm weather or become undlllJ' red _ blotchy Here la a quick eaq way to tt come the trouble sad keep our eompUc ion besotlfuily white smooth and soft winter lonf. Just jet an oaaoe of nary metCfJUu4 wax it th nearest tore and use a little before retlrla i would apply cold crcim. Upon rising move the coatlncvwith undsy wafer. wat. through spine tcnUir Attribute 1 off' the ron B. dt8eoIored or bleml bd The worn-out. cuticle comes oft ut dandruff. only la lnot lovialbl paAtsHK it'3 Mercollzml wax simply jtsgtsn Nttrft Tc work. Caed as reqaiml. It keeps th fees constantly tree Wan devitalized scsrf SUB and sly tn hesithy yonnc laoklac sklxJ In evidence. It. the lest tteatmellt SPews for wmthtrbeateo. seed muddy. frtckttaV pimpled and all isbesutlful comptezMesv J New Discovery Makes Superfluous Hair Leave' Recta AsJ AU Depart Zutaatly. As hair or fuzZ OB the face Is _ n rmbarna inc thing every woman . at. meted will welcome th laforwaUoa tlij f tkesedisflgilresfests can sow tie compUUff removed loota sad- all U th privacy Ole' own home without the tmitinca et" The new method will astonish sad i y n. You never saw or heard of ts. like It before. Its not depilatory and Bet electrical. Just get v stick of ph Uett from ysor druggist a ad follow the BlmpU A4 H rectlon at bone. la a Jiffy you bate f moved th tfun hairs fomptetelr. W a yen wn eyes yon e th roots taut mi. lbLictiee la lately haradna poUonoua sail perfectly dortesa tdvi fr So ie J The emlDa a. glrll ays Jugs I Oh Nan. you think just 011 m Why h nt who Oh. aald blu hlng What did be He h 1 n ou r- an came th nd ome own hc o sU\ I 7 rs E an1 h Jave n. t y. vety. Ba1 that apply 05t th St. N. colors-.white. e C I ef rt ttth o rl d e Wonder.- my lieU 11. ear whenJbe anno' nce aplrltot the en- i ct edln ry T t r G I t I e hand ed Reb homorei We sday of. V. A. W n. t e t ou oe e ic t t Sprin s. taug t I I p. In. wi wam requ sted presen t. Ir p. r. TeSting. J liCGt n7 Copyright1919 Cons tuuon. tt te Dan. Gr nt when th r turn he purposely. OW O convale cence l he h I 1flYw ei uta t t del unfrlen lly. Lucy's 1 WyhUt P don't I tU g yOU vzant 4 Little I' man v I C aps hatsin littlechap H F 25 a ts. rom 4 00 appeara ce t 1 50 o. t JOu thing O Lsiey3" pll1 w fewml utes see' f r e rfh lt t e w uld her an c l ge tl t Q1 lfd carel s- 1i e lIng ver Im w rmly have any Lu y ou dl u f iw r e Lgttfc on. Do ha I ch ap so. ri nC af n e ero t everyone I in. talkthe de- I sa 1' flun I've f W Lu y moves t 1 811. on Luc he M us c in. reh rsal pro ram'.of andJl morn- n W e in I. the lhe t our w hat tio plea e able. tim e S 4 M 4. h 5 00 17 50 x nc es mens Inches' In I 90x90 t M deira C 10 t h 3000 2250 Ax54 5 x54 manuf turers f 3750 gaU ring 4 d' ty Igill c tlj / Chamb I H in MRSM eopyri t. 1 19. I wOld we an o chlldreJ sb means e Fr dsS day Uen\ g el It. h b a ht d t a a I I stat be n ol I Qclo k. Ilowed I I i I ql- f tea 0 I I usuall j h ihabcohnads t 1 s i e setv s MENUS. 1. Toallt. 2. CottageCheese No3. well-washed v ry crisp pla MRS. M. N. IULLUM TOGO theschool epartn entat lat she re- nelglumMrs aU re- em ark. sh wlp ass me codero m. a drrying re- e dl- I' I In. I Dykes. hssnot M Rae l-Speal.-C. this' morning R e foun rs epr. ulon 1 ar r. an of. theMerchants I 1 Savannah to- 11200000 I 1 wI uam 61. I ncI h gi f I pro am. 411 servlcemen j Mas ys cri est lUke em 8llJ8 l 4 I 1 t 4 One teupoopof One Blet d Swiss' Drp Cake. rmt n h 4 rtenll1g. POT th rds G No2. S I I I No4. t. r 1 Punch' CakesCottee No3. Cookies. tablespoon d g f nhrt al n t t Old pie es roll out ee ters. One th W t I li wof fea eegp t f Joe I I DI S Y Rev of tic late. tll her 1. A. and ClaI S e. Thomas S. e a3f etel t 0 fte n3taOt' o e oc y JU j. C me st pped t be G li R ngthl f aSllocla lon tot tal 152000 1 t I tr I a r but we UOOOOover Its 1 th s t t a ea 200. MOORE ritf1 Dec rnber' Ltonel 4Syears h ed i h 1 nentcltizene d uble I. T. a t and a l day. r. t a\ Receonbe f i c StateAu- rlvedln t ay ar. th tioal-conventlonof In. Chem l Eradne r. e U f arkn ss Sqito ils B u 11 i1 g A Curtailed tawants l4aintainTwi at o g' n ar J be th reby' of tions Us. Uc 1ulVo1 e e af t from ulltby wreckin sh mmer. buUdlngsare myriad-e d WlthDldtl lights. ar Sa e along thelr high peep out of slCnltyl gthat b lt. lit Im 80m buUdln , Ofrl 1 Judgedbv one Jone theta- tai 4 hcea 1 Vl l fau d a l r an' him stor s s hed- ole. par\ fd s tlf e i t f 6. replete II 9 Q I Il1ht. lIht by vlso didn't. a elt its he s a human clt long sign paint side uld SCOTTISH RITE MASONS ilOtU BIG CONVENTION 9 o'clock. le slon t r g eventwUl 6:30 p.m. tjeir br thren Scottl h th Incl ental a mount d An of here. l llo 6THtJISTIU T Iclal.-The Dln lct Me iI asoclety 1Il b t p.m. pOm the Demp ey pre ent. numbtr of b el cted th A na o mteIt Del l and fo d inita ca d Item. lfti c. fret' nh17 sf \1eor T ark. I r- lI PEQ1l. i1flI" Q- n VI 0 c Ii. R 1fGC4IYflY c IL. v-A was iI ii'/ f ie ftyCourtii d r 110 brJudge the C t 1I0n aYia D. niJI 4 ho ec ntry tor L e1 .U..7. eld. i the f3 5 w r n rl ta r.H w chargedwt on Coi ieve' al ml1J t C lInghamwurepresente i DonMlller who' 8ubpe 1 wltne se8 tb e hers ard oCpollee. iJ' ml lonerl. * c p. if. de nMlIu lIPbt t J4iJ wuthat. 911ceauthorltle aI1 M 1 lr a dt t I crecentdrlvt J ea1i .mirehl u. tl JV.- Maildoxcharinan 0. fht b of p Jce mmll8lo. erSJwuf sworn suon o c 10wlnZcBamlng tth. lrpied ou tJ e cle Jng If os. # th 2i Ifw oug.l tout jnthe 1r t Iterbelng t W' 40wnbllett or l to. c ak a d eooi Uves. to. ab ad. a. nd tie 11111. makaJte fI aot- fj torU1edeten6 In es" 31 mentt the hatcet. 2 I n fetO t tJtLem j brOugbtuPatlh ltr' th P 1tc mllsl ners. g entorCf tie' tr lr YJQ wO idl i URENS WJLLRAISEJ * 1J t RIVEQUft1 De pib r l pe. Dublin n andd urens fY BapUtsare stllJatwork nh1ia" remalnder 4uotaof 4rt1Jj campal pUb ln jIft 4 r about7000of f qu taofUQ9 c r' by sin tromab ut- t halt the. the. t abo t. m tlf than that' balance of the fund wUlbe raised t and that Dublin and Lauten8COUlnt. J will go over the top beforethe drivo 1 I ends. 1 SA V ANNAH COMPUE i F El1 f. Sayann h. ece ber 8 The 1' Jrated. thefue1 e tts rva' ri. offu' lw t beln andth rO1ghlY4 S. nri h ih attern oD and tonlgtrtNriwhere perMpBhu ir ncr busl1essI1Olnes but. comtllYinKwltn. a r as. coat 1I' i e gia P trnaster en I i li Lir Washl nDec b Er Jobnsorftuil be n.tl ol 64. four hcta8s. t. H. 1J1\ rtrrt ScrevehC1tuntYOaYlce UIV1tlU. JUST HUR- CouldlitSi § d With ny Co in 4ctv sGoodAdvice\ T UBrrrs Na mle Ue" A1I ut threltye/m Iwas veri er i. condUl n. Y-hadbeen.sutterlftl' som tel ho w ld urtaitovr. 4. c I sta d. rlay iny b ckllc2es. ll red deaJot' tr table lIghtsWID1mln nmY ere YO. Jnusy abo tDaj me to- m rtlatlnl see han te. ttoidail mn7 g 4. W 1 at.- B ter.ln- awa 4 5 e beln b ll ver Cardul me U' ide t. el edto trlt o tak zi tewdou Ifeltll w utd' dO" JUIti4 tr t al li fldl mel itwor d f sl ceWhJch haYeneTetee. topraIs r commendedforllln ta female. wom& 1l endhas lncUo co Intbo a iucbca8es when J O du tomalformaftoD t IUrglcl reA\Jne 1t. Tritt. f- adv. T Hav88moothWhit. Win fer. 1kJB' tutt- j I t 1. th n i h tre th I' ff.- the. f retlrlDr c tJ. t J IJ CtIUnattmnrtt. 01 roulrll blemished tolDHofflIIt 1 t OD1uJa tIi workUeI t tIItfae& st T rmd kbI forweatbubedenred if rlmpJedaD4 a1llIJIbeaut1tu1eomp1 f idy. u I co erJl ae. H aL f 1tootS ilAI1 Dep n t r t A r fll oatherate nmrraufnc ntcte4wlU. tU lJItorma. tilJll tIIese. ta co' ed tbeprlqq 3' lIome wnh j t aD expert. o 44eII4t j. Itsnot depUa 1IItt.i\ tr1 art a j' renlOll8at Ia fy OII ed the Omptete1rWJtt. toIJI4Ifm. 7OI11Mtha rnotacatI Mf. 01I 1i. a lHi it J tttf i I w I c z TH& CSTThT ONTLANT GA UE8DAY DECE I JL lw& ETi11terRomance I 1 ft' saj tayr' ha U But- olI. ca e hr 1hrhs hr i v he that o a one ht Nm a' e. Thanksgivingoffering arestill joying 4le of flos 2:30 NlneteenthCentury Mrs. r i JlTGut e. jJ1 Lucy It mewh 80 I ' I- I F roni 1 ats. 2 25 4 I co ace it t ehe as Lucy , 1 g I A J any g- S ableto theseand S 290 1 00 cIothlisted. e 4 1 o x54 th l1c I ooo 1. C i C e K f. b. c a .j 1 Co stituUon fo itwiji Yofkstatd usually henfriends Fri. buddiesov ti CuUu tat af- M ParIcer al Spe. of IIikem Butyou c4 teaspoobf mixthep forfifteen 1. 2. No3 4. No1. No2. .ee pa rsley G Se. to- kot Reports the of re- went'-considerably 160000 o ye- th 200 N 1Spe. a K ieter nnia SsyannaG ecember Sp. A ar- Offlc.Buzldi.n-gs S e r v I c e Im- night-and Save out bytbe wee dc- of did ly 9jclock S e te take-place Qc- Inthe he bodiesand throughoutethe Im- GUN Th' the illso andtheeecoodat3pm. At2prn. profe sion elected Theipteatmnesbend audtsviit morethantbirtyfeetolthem thenilup the iohjctThitt at DentesISejo1lsbct2ortesSiasdar4 wtLQIew Brs4wy Slck ess ThrThn zzpation JJEI RQRUNN1Q. 1JtJRINGCARNIVL ffWAliingham bOufl4Li. 6ftherae6rVs' Monday AUlsa codotry' or. recently undsaMj. ofJks 4' iltbis C' as defenseput b tiloleM Southeistern Z 1. otbe board commIsslonerswss Bou lowing the fairs ous those a the PlAte wuld dqteo- and be weuld makate1ts it. s for' thedefensd at be rep1re L5ss' 3.- L f atthest policegom- enforce law woUI be RAISE BAPTISTPR1VE QUTA4' I.-e. coUnty. o eampaignDubli 2'.a i raIzad at SQ,000 sr. the will be and ns county before the WITJIRULESy 4 Iue for werj andtjroughly ad- l has s T 4 wIt rile CItlIutllPlla4Ibi Serslc.-Co.yht Ill. ngton- 1. 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