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PENSACOLA TOURNAi;, THURSDAY MORNING. ISOVEMBER 29, .1917.
, Edited by EMILY
Telephone 38 10
Ah! on Thanksgiving day, when from
East and from West,
From North and South, come the pil
grim and guest,
When the gray-haired New Englander
sees round his board
The old broken links of affection re
stored, When the care wearied man seeks his
mother once more, -And
the worn-matron smiles where
the- girl smiled before.
What moistens the lips and what
brightens the eye?
What calls back the past, like the rich
- 1 - rt
pumpun pie i
, . Whittier.
INDOOR TRACK MEET AT
WAR WORK CLUB ROOMS-
On Saturday evening the girls of
the Lockey Grammer School and the
Clubbs Grammar School will. have an
indoor track meet at the War Work
Club Rooms, 192 North Palafox
Street. There will be a number of
very interesting events, details ; of
which will be published later. ' ' .-
DINNER DANCE AT
SAN CARLOS HOTEL.
There will be a large dinner dance
at the San Carlos hotel this evening,
for which a number of tables have
already been engaged- One of the
largest parties will be made up of a
4 number of the boys from the Reserve
i For one of the
MEYER SHOE GO.
Pensacola's Popular Shoe
THANK8QIVIr.3 DAY, 1917
Bayou Cook Oysters, on shell
California Pickled Flffs
Consomme Puritan Creole Gumbo
Pensacola. Bay Shrimp, a la
THANK S GIVING PUNCH
Roast Escambia County Turkey
Oyster Dressing Cranberry Jelly
New Spinach, Parsley Potatoes
Salad Golden Gate
f Mince Pie Sweet Potato Pie
American Rotarian Cheese
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th
Served From Noon
to Nine P. M.
'' 7 to 11 p. m.
Cross & BlackwelFs
Large Jars ......$1.00
Large Crocks ....$1.75
a. m. to 8 p. m.
AT SCHOOL NO. 70.
Thanksgiving exercises were held
at school No. 70 on Wednesday morn
ing at 9:30. A .thank offering was
made by the pupils of the school for
the Children's Home Society of Flor
ida. This contribution amounted to
The following program was given
by the pupils: ;
Song 'welcome To Thanksgiv
ing." Song "Can A Little Child Like
Composition "The Pilgrims," by
Mary Francis Chittenden
Song "Cheer the Pilgrims."
Composition "How a Little Girl
Earned Her Thank Offering," by Vi
" Song "The Boy's Thanksgiving-''
Composition "The First Thanks
giving," by Margaret Weekley.
Song "One Night in Chill Novem
ber." Te'rbial Thanks Grades 1 and 2
Song "Honor the Mayflower
Composition "How a Boy Earned
His Thank Offering.'' Walker Willis.
. Song "The Good ' Old Pumpkin
Thanksgiving Story Mrs. A. W.
Thank Offering Pupils of the
Song "Star Spangled Banner."
TO TAKE CONVALESCENTS
FROM THE AERO STATION
AND FORT BARRANCAS
TO FOOTBALL GAME.
Through the. courtesy of associates
of the Memorial Association, Mrs
Morris Bear, Mrs. Fred Gilmore and
Mr. Geo. Howe will bring some of the
convalescents from the " Aeronautic
Station and Fort Barsancas in to see
the football game this afternoon at
Maxent Park. These automobile
trips, which are now a weekly insti
tution, often prove greater benefit to
the men than anything which medical
science has been able to produce.
Tallahassee. Fla... Nov. 28. (Knee-
la!.) The friends of Miss Juanita
iasseaux, or laiianassee, and uor
poral George - Kitchens, formerly sta
tioned at Fort Barrancas, Pensacola,
but for the Tiast thren months lnontort
here as' recruiting officer for the
United States Army, were genuinely
surprised tnis morning to learn that
they were married last 71101 fc in
Thomasville, Ga., where the young
coupie went alter railing to secure a
license in ' Tallahassee. They returned
here immediately after the ceremony.
The groom had received orders to
proceed to Orlando, where he will es
tablish recruiting offices, being suc
ceeded here by another officer.
Kitchen refused to leave without his
Tallahassee girl. The couple left on
the morning train for the South Flor
ida city, where the groom will be sta
tioned for the present- The bride is
APPEAL TO SOUTHERN
The following has been received
with a request that it be published:
"Ladies of the Southern Memorial
Association, have you forgotten there
is a day in each month on which fin
ished articles fot the Red Cross are
sent to a specified place, and from
there sent to the Red Cross rooms?
Loyalty has, and always will be,
our motto, and in no better way can
we show the spirit of Patriotism than
by doing work for those who are risk
ing their lives for us.
"Our ancestors worked during the
sixties to relieve suffering, and suf
fering touched the keynote of sym
pathy, which responded in deeds of
joying and tender ministration. Sure
ly t is not a larlr nf 1 a
merely a case of lethargy, from
nusu we wm soon arouse and
refPnd to the call of necessity.
The cry comes from across the
water make and send everything
quickly needing great quantities'
and the need will o"i--r
, : t " " ci as
our boys push nearer the front. Let
crttn one 01 us, therefore, never let
a day pass bv withnut
thing iyr those who are protecting
fflir uewr liVo. J 1 m
- " jiu Jiuines.
DANCE AT Ttiv.
The msmWs nf tv t
, : 1 junresa
Club ceneralv haw 9 la. . l
ular ball for the opening of the sea-
euu every year about this time, but
on account of wn r r-nriif ;,
year they decided to have a very
simple affair last night, and simply
call it a Thanksgiving Dance.
uancing was enjoyed from about
nine o clock until twelve, during
which time delicious punch was
served, and later the tiifH co a
- en 11
to an elaborate seven course dinner.
a large number, of the club mem
bers and their miests on im-aA u
dance, which was splendidly arranged.
WOMAN'S HOME RELIEF
The Woman's TTniYin PK-f a
. .,: Avciici Asso
ciation will not meet on Thursday on
avuni, ul a nan ttsgi Ting dui will meet
on Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
-" iroiucin:e qi me president, Mrs
I- H. Aiken, 720 N. Palafox Street.
P. H. S. DANCE.
The P. IT S. will n;.r. j a
the Armory Hall tonight at 8:30 p.
m., to which all the Army and Navy
boys 3 JCStially invited.
Thi3 afternoon after the football
game, from 4 until 7:30 o'cloolc the
members of the Patriotic League will
keep open house at their War Work
Club Rooms, 192 North Palafox
Street, for all men of the service who
care to come. Hostesses will receive
during these hours, and will 6erve the
men with refreshments free of charge,
consisting of coffee, cocoa, sand
wiches and cake.
MRS. KEYSER ENTERTAINS
FOR THE BOYS OF
THE AERO STATION.
Mrs. W. S. Keyser, who' is very
much interested in the boys in the
service on account of the fact iiat
her son, Campbell Keyser, is in the
famous Artillery School at Fontain
blesu, entertained last night with a
dance at her home on the Bay Shore
in honor of a number of the young
men from the Aeronautic Station.
The dance was really a. Thanksgiving
entertainment, but was held on
Wednesday evening in order not to
clash with the one given by the Aero
nautic Dancing Club this evening.
THANKSGIVING PROGRAM. AT
FORT BARRANCS Y. M. C. A.
Through, error the name of the
principal speaker at the Y. M. C. A.
entertainment at Fort Barrancas,
Rev. Mcllwaine, was omitted from
yesterday's paper. Mr. Mcllwain,e is
very well-known and popular for his
short talks, and his speech will be
quite the feature of tfie evening's
program. The program will begin
promptly at 6:30 o'clock instead of at
8:30 as previously announced.
GOLF MATCH AT .
Beginning at 9:30 this morning
there will be a golf match between
the regular members of the club and
the members from the Aviation Sta
tion. All the club members are re
quested to take part in this if possi
ble. There will be a lunch served at
the Country Club at the close of the
match, after which all the players ex
pect to go to the football game at
JUNIOR WAR WORK COUNCIL
The Recreation Committee of the
Junior War Work Council have made
arrangements for a leading class in
gymnastics, under the direction of
Miss Johnson from the Battle Creek
School of Physical Culture.
Anyone wishing to beloncr to this
class will please notify Miss Marie
McMillan, 1002 N. Baylen Street,
Phone 1284. .
MRS. HUNTER BROWN
Mrs. Hunter Brown entertained a
few of tier' friends at her home on
the Bay Shore last Monday evening,
with a bird supper.
MARINE OFFICER HURT
While playing football last Satur
day afternoon Lieut. Taft of the Ma
rine Corps, who resides at the Old
Mill Inn, had two ribs broken. He
is recovering as rapidly as could be
expected, and hopes to be back at
duty very soon.
MR. R. W. MARTIN AND WIFE
AND MR. TURNER TO ALABAMA.
E. W. Martin, of the Kress store,
and wife, accompanied by Assistant
Manager Turner, left last night for
Andalusia, Ala., for a few days with
friends. During their stay there
Messrs. Martin and Turner expect to
enjoy turkey hunting, etc.
MR. O'DONOVAN IS
PROMOTED SECOND TIME.
Friends in this city of Mr. Reuben
O'Donovan will be glad to learn of
his promotion, now holding the rank
of top sergeant in Company I. This
was the second promotion of Mr.
O'Donovan since going into camp
with hi3 company.
face Full of Pimples
Red as Fire. Disfigured
for Four Years.
Healed by Cuticura.
"I had a face full of pimples and
blackheads and I used ail kinds of soaps
to heal it, but they did not do any good.
The pimples were very hard and large,
and as red as fire. They came to a head
and festered and were in blotches. They
itched causing me to irritate them by
scratching and some nights I could not
sleep. My face was disfigured for the
last four years.
"I decided to try Cuticura Soap and
Ointment, and I wrote for a free sam
ple. I afterward bought more, and
when I had used two cakes of Cuticura
Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment
my face was healed." (Signed) Paul
Montrevil, 1447 North Roman Street,
New Orleans, La.. March 4, 1917.
Improve your skin with Cuticura, it is
easy, convenient and inexpensive. The
last thing at nijht and the first in the
morning,, smear the face gently with the
Ointment on end of the finger and bathe
freely with Cuticura Soap and hot water,
using plenty of Soap, best applied with
the hands which it softens. A cleat
skin, good hair and soft white Lands
usually follow dailv use of Cuticura.
For Free Sample Each by Return
Mail address post-card: "Cutknra,
Dept. H, Boston." Sold everywhere.
Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.
Full Line of Exclusive
CHRISTMAS CARDS and DENNISON'S
AIo PhoUom Gift
Needle Craft & Gift Shop
MBA. CEO. TURJSUKR
KEEPS OPEN HOUSE.
It is hoped that a large number of
the men will understand this invi
tation, and will come and bring their
Beginning at 7:30 promptly there
will also be a free entertainment at
the High School building for the
general public, but especialy for the
service men, the program for which
was published in yesterday's paper.
In Which Helen Has Tea With an Old
Friend and Revives Old Memories.
The music, the lights, the palms
all the alluring surroundings ot a
fashionable hotel tea room. Helen
leaned back in her chair atid gazed at
the handsome, well gToomed man op
posite her with a feeling as though
she were living in a novel. She felt
quite sure that the heroine of a mod
ern "best seller' must have some of
the same sensations.
For the first time since she mar
ried she was sitting at the table alone
with a man who was not her husband.
And the fact that she was not quite
sure as to the proprieties of the sit
uation gave to it an added glamor.
An hour ago, as she came out of a
Fifth avenue shop she had almost run
into a big, storm-coated hurrying
"I beg your pardon," he murmured
hastily and was about to dash on,
when he stopped short:
"Why, it can't be!"
Her startled gaze changed to a
happy recognition as she held out her
hand with a laughing, "I guess it is "
When the first surprise of the
meeting was over, and Will Farrel
had explained how he was on here
from Colorado, where he had been
living for the last few years, he in
sisted that they go in somewhere
and have tea, and "talk.'
After a moment's hesitation, Helen
consented. Why shouldn't she have
tea with Will Farrel ? The fact that
they had" once been engaged should
not matter now. !
He guided her through the crowded !
hotel corridor and into a secluded
corner of the "palm room.''
As he gave his coat, hat and stick
to the waiter, and ran his hand
through his hair, in the old familiar
way, Helen was filled with a rush of
"Here, let's go through with this
order so we can talk. Will you
have anything besides tea a glass
of sherry, first?''
"Oh, no just tea and muffins."
He laughed. "So you still love
toasted muffins as much as ever?"
She nodded her color deepening.
"And now I suppose you want a
foot-stool and unsaltM butter?"
She laughed. "Yes, my wants
haven't materially changed.''
"No, but everything else has." he
There was a moment s pause m
which Helen carefully rearranged the
silver by her plate. When she raised
her eyes it was to find his fixed on
"Are you happy?"
She started. "Whv, how can you?''
"OF COURSE, I'M HAPPY "
"Oh, there's no occasion for 'Sir or
'How dare you?' I am asking you
a perfectly simple question: Are you
"Why, of course, of COURSE. I'm
happy." , -
"As happy as sou thought you
would be?" A
"Why, you haven't any right
"Yes, I think I have You put me
aside for a man you thought would
make you happier. That "would- give
me the right to ask .you if he has."
"Of course, he has! Oh, why do
you talk like this? Y ou will make
me sorry I came."
"Very well," gently, "we will talk
of something else.''
And then he kept carefully away
from personalities as he told of his
ranch in Colorado and some mining
interests that had proven most prof
Ther was about him the uncon
scious force, the power, the indescrib
able air of a man of large affairs.
And Helen felt a vague sense of
peace and restfulness in his presence.
Her life had so long been made of
a strained, nervous attempt to keep
Warren in good humor, and to avoid
displeasure, .that to lean back now and
be entertained, to feel that she was
not in an atmosphere of irritability
and criticism, but of approval and ad
miration, was for her a new and en
Without anaylizing all this, she
only knew that the moment was a
very pleasant one. It was not until
she noticed the big clock at the end
of the room that she. realized how
long they had been there.
"Oh, I must go I had no idea it
was so late," as she began to draw
on her gloves.
Outside, he motioned for a taxicab,
and they were whirled up the avenue.
Helen leaned back, keenly conscious
of the man beside her and of his con
sciousness of her.
The Invitation to Dinner.
When they reached her apartment
he helped her out and stood bare
headed as he held her hand.
There was an awkward moment,
and then she said nervously.
"Oh, you must come to dinner with
us before you leave town. I should
so like for you to meet Mr. Curtis."
"Thank you; I should be glad, to
come, but it would have to be thi3
week, as I am leaving Monday."
"Saturday, then are you free Sat
urday?" "Quite free,' he smiled.
"Then at seven."
He bowed over her hand, and she
hurried up to her apartment.
Should she have asked him ? She
had done it nervously, impulsively, to
bridge over an awkward momerr;.
What would Warren say? What
would be his attitude about the din
HIGH SCHOOL BOY
At the Pensacola High School
building yesterday afternoon the pu
pils were delighted in short addresses
made to the student body by Oliver
Perkins and Graham Vinson, both
graduates of the P. H. S., but who
are now attending Auburn College.
Mr. Perkins returnied to Auburn last
night to witness the Auburn-Tech
MISS PINNEY ENTERTAINS
Miss Irene Pinney entertained a
number Cf her friends very pleasantly
on Tuesday evening vith a few tables
SAILOR.'?. AND SOLDIERS
REST ROOM RE-OPENS,
Tho Rest Room for the sailors and
soldiers, which used to have its head-
j quarters on East Government street,
but has been closed since the build
ing was damaged by the storm, will
re-open today at the new quarters,
13 West Romana street. It is hoped
that it will prove as popular with
the men as it did before this change
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ward announce
the marriage of their daughter, Mis3
Artlie to Mr. N. C. Kidwell. Tho
marriage took place at the residence
of Rev. D. E. Rice, pastor of the
West Hill Baptist church. A few
friends being present.
Miss Ward has been the deputy
tlerk of the court of record for sev
eral months. She is well known and
popular among her friends who wish
her a bright and happy future.
TO OPEN BAZAAR
The ladies of the First Christian
Church will open their bazaar Satur
day morning at the office of the Star
Laundry. : -
The articles are now on display in
the window. .
The Christmas shoppers will find
articles from doll tflothes up to aprons
and other useful articles for sale.
Mrs. W- D. Howard returned home
yesterday from Auburn, Ga., where
she has been visiting her daughter
and other relatives.
Mr. Wm. H. Knowles has been in
New Orleans for the past few days
on a business trip.
Mr. Phillip Yonge has arrived in
the city from Fort Oglethorpe, to
visit his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
r- K. Yonge.
Mrs. H. W. Scoield arrived . Wed
nesday afternoon 00 visit her parents
Judge and Hrs. W. B. Sheppard, 24
West Belmcnt Street. She was ac
companied as far as Washington by
her husband Lieut. Scofield.
Mrs. B- " C. Hatc.haway, who was
operated on at 5 o'clock last evening
at the Pensacola hospital is doing
Infants d Invalids
MALTED ft2 1 L K
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants, invalids uidgrowing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding Ibe whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged.
More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc
Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price
16 SOUTH PALAFOX
MRS. R. A. IIYER.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29
Relishes Celery Olives
. Chicken Broth.
Fruit and Nuts
Tomatoes and Lettuce
Turkey with Cranberry Sauce
Bread and Butter
Wine Jelly with Cream
Prune Whip with Cream
Apple Turnovers with Butter
Pure Ire Cream
Cocoa Milk Tea Coffee
It is logical to suppose
That white people giving
dances for the entertainment of
white people -should employ
only the best orchestras, espec
ially as their revenue is derived
from white people only and the
best orchestra is composed of
white musicians only. For dates
and prices see B. H. Fairchild.
Special Thanksgiving Dinner
Oueen Olives Celerv
Mock Turtle Soup
Baked Snapper a la Hollandaise
Young- Tennessee Turkey with Dressing
and Cranberry Sauce
Young- Barbecued Pig with Apple
Candied Yams French Green Peas
Ice Cream and Cake
Coffee Tea Milk
Mahogany or oak cabinet with record shelves,
44 inches high, 20 1-2 nehes wide. 20 o-4 inches deep.
12-inch turntable. Nickel-plated Exhibition sound
box Victor tapering tone arm and "goose neck"
sound box tube, automatic brake and speed regula
tor. Nickel-plated, extra heavy double spring, spiral
drive motor (can be wound while playing).
SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS
Reynalds Music House
Home of the Kodak.
Why He Was First at the Breakfast Table
HE WAS THE ONLY ONE THAT KNEW THAT MOTHER WOULt
HAVE CORN CAKES made f"um
Gonzalez Corn Meal
Can vou tlame him? Ma. know how
to cook goo1 corn eakea and GON
ZALEZ'S MEAL, around freah very
day from tender, eweet southern corn.
rtve them a melt-in-your-maatb.
flavor. Order today from your grocer.
Get a 23. 48 or 82-pound sack.
The M.F. Gonzalez
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