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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1911.
DF"Q 00 Frm 2 liiUtiJ 00 ( PEOPLE AND EVENTS) By BONNIE ! THE WEEICS EVENTS I Meeting of the W. C T. U. at the First Presbyterian church, .at I p. m. f FRIDAY. Me tin ef the North Hill Sewing Circle; hostess, Mrs. J. C. Baldwin. SUMMER AFTERNOON. Hot all the wasteful beauty of the 1 . year Heaped in the scale of one conaum i - - mate hour rhall this outweigh; the curve of quiet air I That held, as in the, green sun-fluted light Of sea-caves quivering in a tidal lull, Those tranced towers and long un ruined walls, y Moat-girdled from the world's dis solving touch1 - The rook-flights lessening rver even ing woods, And, down the tjjfrequented grassy slopes, ' The shadows of old oaks contempla tive Reaching behind tiem like the thoughts of age, j' High. -overhead Jsing the long Sussex . . ridge, j . Sun-tinctured, , as a beaker's rim of gold f- Curves round f green concavity; and slow- ?, Across the up?er pastures of the sky The clouds noved white before the herding airs That An the. hollow by the moated walls, ,' Stirred not ne sleeping lily from its sleep. ' Deeper the hush fell; more remote the eartfc Fled onward with the flight of cloud and sun, And citiei strung upon the flashing reel: Of nlghti and days- We knew no j mfre of these Than tie gray towers redoubling In fte? moat The Inhere of a bygone strength trans formed To biuty's endless uses; and like ."hem We ?lt the touch of that renewing power That -turns the landmarks of man's ; ruined toil To ilgh star-haunted reservoirs of ; peace. And with that sense there came the :4 .deeper sense Omoments that, between the beats . -i of time ' ilgr ..thus insphere in some transcen dent air T)e plentitude of being. EDITH WHARTON. neere r a u tun dpimp iuu ENTERTAIN FOR THE MANITOU CLUB. The young ladles of the Manitou cub were entertained very delightfully list night at the lovely home of the jllsses Leah and Reine Calm on North jlalafox street, an Informal bridge and 1. supper served in courses being the cnanner which was chosen to entertain vhe club at its regular meeting. Miss Hertz, a charming young lady from Montgomery, who Is a guest at the Cahn home, was honor guest of the evening, which had an -, element of pleasant Informality delightful Indeed. FOR MISS ALLEN. Miss Allen is being royally enter tained in Virginia, where, at Fortress Monroe, she is a guest of Captain and Mrs. H. T. Matthews. According to an exchange Lieutenant George W. Kast- erdav crave a. hon isunner in honor of Miss Allen, other, guests being Miss Marion Townsley,, daughter of Colonel Clarence Townsley, who was a few years ago stationed at Fort Barran cas. Other guests were Miss Mallon, Miss Ann Brown Klmberly, Lieuten ants Pence, Gacin, Riley, Clay, Co croft and Armstrong. Captain andt Mrs. Matthews gave a recent1 beautiful dinner party for Miss Alien, Inviting to-fnjoy their hospitality Miss Mallon, Miss Bot The- Pwe Food Store Where Quality Reigns Supreme. Lenten Specialty of great popularity and real merit: -? Imported Cod Roe In tins, 30c f Sol. Cahn &Co. - ' Agents Nunnally's Candies. - Phones 1720-1721. to 6 p, m Fre7:30te 10p.m. BURNHAM THURSDAY. ' torn s; Miss Ann Brown Klmberly, Lieutenants Watts, Easterday, Arm strong and Curtis. Mrs. J. H. Mack of Fortress Monroe gave a large afternoon bridge party, inviting the younger girls, among whom was Miss Allen. THE SHAKESPEARE CLUB WITH MRS. GONZALEZ. The Shakespeare club will meet to day at four o'clock with Mrs. William R. Gonzalez at her home on West Gregory street. The afternoon's literary research will be devoted to Macbeth, Act II, Scenes 3-4, and Act IIL Scenes 1-6, and will be based upon the follow ing outline, compiled by the leader, Miss -Margaret Mclntyre: . 1. What is the dramatic value of the Porter scene? 2. The Concealment; How does Macbeth face the first shock of dis covery? Why did .he stab the grooms? In the crisis which follows how does Lady Macbeth save her husband? What four changes occur as to the object of suspicion? 3. What motives actuated the mur der of Banquo on the eve of an Im portant council? 4. What Is the dramatic value of a tempest during a crisis in human af fairs? 5. . Review of "The Laws of Psychic Phenomena" by Hudson. In the consideration of this topic the relation of personal experience will be rigorously excluded. Also all discussion as to the credibility f mental phenomena. Our purpose is to give a scientific view of laws governing mental ac tion: we then determine whether Shakespeare presented' the so-called Supernatural in harmony with . a scientific view or whether his treat ment violates scientific laws. Briefly, does he portray those events which the people of that time believed to be the evidence of supernatural power as supernatural; or does he present them as natural functions of the human mind? In either case, give his motive for his treatment. ' 6. Psychological classification 'of Banquo's ghost. Comparison with the ghost of Hamlet's father. - SOUTHERNERS BEST OF ALL DANCERS. New Yorkers are bad dancers. The fashionable people pay no attention to time or rhythm of the music. In the public dance halls immoral dances are cropping out, toward which the police should turn their attention because they endanger the morals of the young people who visit these places of amusement. Such is the judgment of Prof. Wm. F. Braun, president of the United Pro fessional Teachers of Dancing of America, who is on a tour extending from the western coast to Paris, trying to uplift the terpsichorean art. "San Francisco is the worst city in the country so far as dancing goes," Prof. Braun says, "and Chicago is next. Not only is there Indecent danc ing In the public dance halls in San FrancisQO, but even among the society folk you see an abandon, a suggestlve ness, that would not be tolerated for a moment here. Chicago is a little bet ter, and, so far as decency in dancing goes. New York has much to be proud of. However, the 'turkey trot and the 'grizzly bear are breaking out here, as I found in villting several places the other evening, and they should be stopped before they make much head way. The troublesome thing about dances of this sort is that if a person gets used to dancing them, it Is almost impossible to break the habit." Prof. Braun was asked what he con sidered the trouble with the society dancers of New York. "They pay no attention to the music," he said. "A waltz or a two-step should not be danced faster than fifty bars to the minute, and here they dance about eighty. They even dance faster than the music, and sometimes the couples look as if they were just spinning around. They dont fall into the swing, the rhythm of the dance. .' " - "Another thing, the dances are too restricted in their variety. Almost nothing but the waltz and two-step are danced, and there are many beautiful dances that the association is trying to make popular. There is the Rus sian varsovienne, for instance, and the Espinita waltz and a half dozen others that are full of beauty and a great pleasure to dance. Other countries have more kinds of dances than we and there is no reason why an evening should be a repitition of the same old waltz and two-step." Prof. Braun said he regards the bar as an adjunct to a public dancing hall os academy as a great evil, and one that should be suppressed. "Associa tions which give Saturday and Sunday night public balls at which liquor is sold and at which suggestive dancing is allowed are simply traps for young men and women," he said. "Seven Inches is the proper distance for partners to stand apart." the pro fessor says, "and the proper position is for the man to place his hand In the middle of the lady's back, at the waist line. Then the shoulders and hips must be motionless. In the turkey trot the procedure is to hop up and down, and kick out at the sides, making an un graceful dance, and usually an ugly one. The 'grizzly bear Is a walking dance, accompanied with considerable bodily contortion. The southerners are the most grace- Feet So Sore Could'nt Walk Down Stairs- TIZ Cured Her Quick. If you have sore feet, tired feet, weaty feet, lame feat, tender feet, smelly feet, corns, callouses or bunion, read what happened to Mrs. Crockett, of Jef fersonviUe. TIZ DID IT. Mr. Crockett says: "After the second treatment she walked downstairs one foot -at a time. She had not been able to walk downstair before In past five years, except by step ping down on each step with one foot at a time. This Is remarkable. Send five more boxes." No matter what alls your feet or what under the heaven you nave used without getting relief. Just use TIZ. It's differ ent. It acts right off. It cures sore feet to stay cured. It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of drawing: out all the poisonous exduations which cause sore feet. Powders and other remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ cleans them out and keeps them clean. Tou will feel better the first time it's used. Use it a week and you can forget you ever had sore feet. There is nothing on earth that can compare with its TIZ is for sale at all drug-gists, 25c per box, or direct, if you wish, from Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. ful dancers in this country. In this re spect Atlanta, Ga., Memphis, Tenn., New Orleans and Louisville hold the palm." . " . , NEEDLEWORK NOTES. When drawing from linen In hem stitching, save those long, even threads as they come in handy when mending table linen. A flower pot cover Is made of either gathered silk or crinkled paper -round the cardboard shape in a deep frill hem at the top and bottom. A simple and effective pillow for hard use is made of burlap of any chosen shade. Make the cover five inches longir and five inches wider than the pillow, then stitch a truck all around it two and a half inches wide. Decorate this tuck either with a tiny stenciled border with gilt paint or use a fancy cross stitch of yellow floss or any harmonizing color. A pretty case may be made at home for gloves, veils and handkerchiefs. Line a piece of thick corded silk with soft Bilk (crease it well down the mid dle so that it will open and shut like a book), and bind firmly all round with ribbon. On one inside half make a long shaped pocket for gloves, but on the other half divide the pocket Into two, one for veils and one for hand kerchiefs, working the words In col ored silks on each pocket. When closed this pretty case should be tide with ribbon. THE CIVIC LEAGUE HELD REGULAR MEETING YESTERDAY. The Civic League held Its regular meeting yesterday, several Impor tant subjects having arisen for dis cussion, among which was that of in troducing manual training and domes tic science in a summer course at the public schools next summer for two months. The idea was first introduced by a number of Pensacola's best known business men who agreed to finance the plan, in order that both parents and children may be able to see whether or not the plan be ad visable or worth while. The Civic League ladles are much interested in the movement, as they are in all mat ters relative to public development and advancement, and are prepared to sup port it In every way. It has been ar "BETTER TOR HENOSSETT AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL, SALTC.0R PUXS,AS IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AM -IS FAR MORE FLEASANT TO TAKE. 15 1H IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. in the Circfe, on ever Pacfcafe of tho Genuine. . ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR, ALTHOUGH THEY COULD MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA TIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE. BECAUSE IT IS RIGHT TO DO .SO AND FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINES, SUCH DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH. AS YOUR LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON .THEIR SKILL AND REUABllJTT WHEN BUYING Note fbFuff Name of tfis Gompani PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS. NEAR THE BOTTOM, AND IN THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE. OP THE GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE SO PER BOTTLE SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE. BECAUSE IT a THE ONE REMEDY WHkCH ACTS IN A NATURAL. STRENGTHENING WAY AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTEREFFECTS AND WITHOUT IRRITATING. DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MR1JONS OF WELL. REFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL. USE. TO GET ITS. BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. gued for soma time' that If domestic science and manuel training be thor oughly introduced into the schools, that the young boys and girls would then be much more competent to enter the trades and the - more practical walks of Ufa upon leaving school. DICTATES OF ' SHION. .. - . The; bolero Is appearing hi conjunc tion with cloth and cotton dresses. Washable soutache In all. shades is used - on many- models for children's dresses. Raglan and peasant sleeves' are seen on many of the smartest coats, but the regulation coat sleeve Is in the lead. Elaborate gowns are made In crepe, de chine, satin, messallne, merge, soft finished silk, foulard, voile and mar quisette. Paris la emphatic in the use of the cloth-topped shoes and the uppers must match the color of the walking suit or carriage gown. Garlands of rosea are now being draped over cloche hats for little tots. Silver or gilt tissues or soft satin are the materials most used. An economical way of trimming a velvet coat or costume is to have a detachable collar and deep cuffs of fur, which can be worn at wilL Black and white effects are being made up in many lines. A, favorite with several of the manufacturers is the background with white penciled lines. Some, of the new tunica are not un like chemise coats that are apparently slipped - over the ' head, although the fastening actually occurs down one shoulder, about the armhole, and; so down the under arm seam of the gar ment. . . , - . For dreBses of silk and soft woolens, the tendency is In the direction of skirt fullness and of surplice or Marie Antoinette effects for waists section. Some advance models show the mate rial gathered about the waist; others have stitched plaits. For children the materials most In vogue are cotton voile and "aeronette,' a new open meshed fabric that is very practical. Heavy pique and white and natural colored linen are good, while sheer batiste, lawn and coarse linen still hold their own. WOMAN'S MISSION SOCIETY TO MEET. The Woman's Mission Society of the East Hill Baptist church will meet this afternoon at the church . at three o'clock in its regular session. All mem bers are requested to be present. MR. AL OSTEEN IS AT THE SAN CARLOS. Mr. Al Osteen, at one time the very popular proprietor of the old Escambia hotel, is In the city, being registered at the San Carlos hotel. He has hosts of friends in Pensacola, who are. always Interested in his occasional visits to the 'city. A LENTEN, BALLAD. May I drive you through the park? No, 'tis Lent; May I take you then to walk? No, 'tis Lent; May I take you out to dine Friday dinner minus wine? But the maiden answered, calmly. No, 'tis Lent. May I take you to the hop? ' No, 'tis Lent: May I go with yoil to ehop? No, 'tis Lent; May I take you to the play- May I steal your heart away? But the maiden answered, softly. No. 'tis Lent. ' -Exchange. ETIQUETTE FOR MOURNING. Mourning may be worn for six months, or a year, for a brother or sister. In one case, a person goes Into gray and lavender, etc, at the end of six months, and in the other, at the end of the year. One never goes from black to-bright colors. Three rows of. ribbon at the bottom of a net veil is the kind suitable, and it is worn during the mourning period. White mull collars and cuffs are deep mourning, and so proper at any time. They should not be worn during the funeral. Plain gold Jewelry is proper to wear at any time after' the funeral, unless a woman wears crepe. In such a case only black Jewelry is possible. Gold Is not worn until crepe is given up. MINIATURE PtCTUU OFfACKACE j cent, or alcohol! j j Tiyr ycf.Ta.T i-ow. IS j j ft j !; The "Gof fee. With a Hastes? y In 1815 , after Hs glorious victory over the British at Chal mette, Andrew Jackson treated bis troops to French Market Coffee at the famous old French Market in New Orleans. For over a hundred years back the finale of every Mardi Gras Ball was to sip a cup of this famous coffee as a "night cap. Then this famous beverage could be had nowhere else. History repeats hselL You may now serve it daily at your own table. For the old French Market blend is perpetuated by The Same Unique Hygienic Roasting Process There is but one Trench Market Flavor" We roast it in our sunlit plant, where ventilation and sani tation is perfect. Its fame has spread throughout the whole country, so we have perfected a hermetically sealed tin to preserve the rich aroma. No humans touch the golden brown berries from plantation to cup. Just try "French Market Coffee once we won't have to urge you a second time. You can get some at your grocer's. Packed by New Orleans Coffee Co Ltd New Orleans. We Want You to Have Perfect Light It is essential to every business building. Are you getting it? The gas we deliver to you is of the best quality. So it you are having any dissatisfaction the trouble must be local. 1 Let ns prevent lighting troubles. We prevent them by making frequent inspections and adjustments of the lamps at regular intervals, for which we make a small charge per lamp, per month under a Burner Maintenance contract. This service includes cleaning glassware and replacing broken mantles, chimneys and standard globes and shades. ' Between regular visits a telephone call will bring our expert promptly to do any of these things for you with out extra charge. A Burner Maintenance contract throws the responsi bility for giving- you the best light entirely on us. Try it. A representative will estimate the cost for you upon your request. PENSACOLA GAS CO. Pearls are worn In deep mourning. Hemstitched white lawn collar and cuff bands may be worn In the deepest mourning:. If heavy mourning has been put on, only black Jewelry Is good form, but if only black, without crepe, is used, plain gold jewelry Is all right unless many pieces are put on at a time. The point Is. a person is not sup posed to go Into self-decoration when wearing mourning, but a watch or eye glass chain and a few pins may be brought under the head of ' require ments. MRS. JAKE BEAR WAS HOSTESS. Mrs. .Jake Bear was hostess yester day at a lovely meeting of the Young Matrons' club, the game being first enjoyed, after , which a delicious one- course luncheon was served. Mrs. Greenhut won' the ace prize, two pairs of silk hose, Mrs. Ed. Forchelmer, a pair of silk hose, And Miss Herzfeld, of Selma, Who is visiting Mrs. Elkan, the guest prize, a ilver pin cushion. Mrs. Bear will entertain the club at its next meeting A ' PERSONAL MENTION. The Progress club was the meeting place of a number of congenial people last night who have formed the pleas ant habit of spending every Wednes day night there. Euchre was in or der. The W. C. T. U. will meet as usual this afternoon at the First Presby terian church. All are requested to be present.' Mrs. L. TV. Morse, of Bayonne, N. J-, who has leen spending several weeks with her brother, Mr. Wm. R. John son, and sister. Miss Margaret John son, returned to her home Sunday. kittle Brent Watson is recovering FRECKLES GONE "Simple Remedy from The Crystal Phar macy Removed Them," Says Society Lady. The best skin specialist told me that nothing would remove my Ireckles and that I would carry them to my grave said a well known society woman, " but 1 fooled them all with a new drug, othlne double strength, that I bought at The Crystal Pharmacy, which cleared my skin and gave me a fine complexion The action of. othine is really remark able, for when applied at night, many of the freckles disappear entirely by morning, and the rest have begun to fade. An ounce is usually aQ that Is needed, even for the worst case. - Be sure to ask The Crystal Pharmacy for the double strength othine, as this is sold under a guarantee of money back If it fails to remove the freckles. from his recent illness at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C Watson. YOU'LL LIKE THE FLAVOR. Blue Ribbon Vanilla Extract is made from the, finest vanilla beans, and Is aged until the flavor is perfect. Pure, strong, delicious. OYSTERS, 30c HUNDRED For sale by Vasso Katak, Baylen and Iritendencia. MEETING 1Y BOARD: ,500 PAID OUT SPECIAL SESSION WAS .HELD YESTERDAY MORNING TO AT TEND TO SOME UNFINISHED BUSINESS. At a special meeting of the board of county commissioners held yesterday morning at 9 o'clock It was decided to allow the changes and extra expense suggested by the architect some time ago in connection with the new coun ty Jail buldlng. The amount re quired and allowed for these extras on the building Is $1,966.60, of which $477.60 is for Interior cornice work on the second floor and $1,489 is for the Installing of fixtures, railings, cornice and balustrades on the first and seo ond floors. The bill of the Blount Construction Co., which was checked up and found to be incorrect at Tuesday night's meeting, was presented in a corrected form at this meeting and was order ed paid. The bill was reduced from $18,000 to $8,500. The bill of the architect was ' also ordered paid, it having been also cor rected. The. change in the bill of the architect was caused by the change' in the bill of the contractor, his pay be ing based on a percentage basis. There was no other business to come before the extra meeting and after at tending to these matters the board ad jouraed. EXTRA C01 8 Mr The "Garden Spot of Pensacola," "The Pearl of West Florida The San Carlos Hotel. Rates, 91-50 and up. GEORGE H. HERVEY, Mgr. NEW 25, 30 and 35 cents a yard, laid. BALKCOM'3 DRUG STORE u For dependants ' Rubber Goods, n ft H Among otrrtook l thm famous X CD k. a "Best Rubber Syrtnja on Earth" o 3 C Q 0 z o u X a 2 For $1.00 BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE O cr o o , H O n (Successor to Hannah Bros.) En BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE Belter Ligbt Brighter Light More of it But Yon Pay No More It's all In the tamps. By trslirg Mazda Lamps you can have the advantage of two and half times as much light as ordinary Incandescent lamps give. Better light oannot be obtained at any price it is the easiest on the eyes best to match oolors by excellent for all purposes. , You need these lamps in your plaoe of busineev In your home. If your house Isn't wired for electricity, telephone us today and learn how little It will cost. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY New Business Department Phone 106 MI8S DORA ATKINSON, BEAUTY PARLORS. Manicuring,' Shampooing, Hair Dressing, Soalp Treatment and Facial Massage. Second Floor San Carlo Hotel. Phone 2080 for Home Appointments. The Wreck of the Escambia Hotel is Disappearing Very Rapidly. Thosa who with to obtain tome good construction mate 'rlal and fixtures cheap will do well to place their orders Im mediately. There are several fine sets of stairways with black walnut balustrades, and newels, a number of fine mantels, large quantity of electrio wire and one-hundred room electrio bell call, a quantity of water and gas pipe with fixtures 1-4 inch and up, one three-story hand freight elevator; a number of window, doors, blinds and frames, and a lot of miscellaneous material, and handsome weather-vane. Apply at Escambia Hotel. If. MONK. DIRECTORY DR. J. B. TILLER, DENTIST 310 Blount Bidding. Office Phone 86. Residence Phone 41 T. Q. YATES, M. O. Optician, . 410 Blount Building, Twenty yea re' experience as an Eye ; Specialist. Examination Tree. DR. CHAS. W. FAIN Announces the Removal of His Dental ' Offices to Suite 412-413 Blount Building. PHONE 1212 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. H