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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, Isix.
( PEOPLE AND EVENTS J By BONNIE THE WEEK'S EVENTS THURSDAY. Meeting of the Sfcakeepeare clu b ' Jones. i Regular W. C T. XT. meeting" at the First Presbyterian church. FRIDAY. 1 Meeting of the North Hill Sewing Circle; hostess, Mr. Graham en GuIIlemarde street. - ' OPEN THE DOOR. Open the dor, let In the air; The winds are sweet and the flowers are fair. Joy is abroad In the world today; If our door Is wide it may come this i . way. , . Open the doorf Open the door of the soul; let In Strong, pure thoughts which shall ban ish sin; They " shall grow and bloom with a . -r t grace divine And their fruit shall be sweeter than that of the vine. 1 Open the door! Open the door of the soul;' let In Sympathy sweet for stranger and kin. It will make the halls of the heart so fair That the angels may enter unaware. Open the door! t The British "Weekly. MRS. NELLIE M. ZEH 6P0KE ON "WOMAN AND HER RELATION TO SOCIETY." . "Woman and Her Relation to Society-was the subject of a brilliant little lecture by Mrs. Nellie M. Zeh, of Chi cago, yesterday at the San Carlos con vention hall, a number of Pensacola's well known ladies being present, com prising a most appreciative audi ence. The subject, which Is a vital one, and which has presented Itself to more than one deep thinker during the pres ent age of broader thought, was handled delightfully and well by this clever little lady, who appealed to your love., of; the poetical, the sentimental, and the practical In a sparkling medley of advanced thought. She does not advance her Ideas with unpleasant decisiveness, however, neither does she make the mistake of ranting; but she puts up her fine clear and unquestionable argument In a clever, wpmanly way, which soon re sults in her audience and herself be coming fast friends. - Mrs. Zeh commenced her talk yes terday with a very capable reading of one of Olive Shriners "Dreams," which treats in a subtle and delicate manner the first stages of the evolution of wo She has a splendid voice and a good delivery, and her love of good litera ture is evident as she Interprets the wild African thing which Is a gem of thought and a sparkling bit of poetic insight. Pensacola women. would have all done very weii. Indeed, yesterday to have heard her. Her talk, indeed, was one which a cultured woman should hear. .The first part of the lecture proper was given over to a subtle impression of the fact' that woman as a race has bpwed. considerably to brute strength and the sheer necessity of remaining forever at home, and the point that FRECKLES New Drug That Quickly Removes These ,V, Homely Spots. . Tfire no- longer the slightest need of feelings ashamed of your freckles, as a new drug, thine double strength has been discovered that is a positive cure for y mf ?e iiomeiy spots. Simply get one ounce of thine double strength, from The Chystal Pharmacy and apply a little of it at night, and In the morning you will see that even the worst have begun to disappear, while the light freckle have vanished entirely. It is eel- )nm that H o, t- aan 4-kiv4sA fa w Arl to completely clear the skin and gain a eeuuiui Clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double strength thine, as this is sold under ruarantee f money back if it falls to remove the rrecKie. ;Th " Pure Food Store Where c - Quality Reigns Supreme. Dutch Rusk a delicious milk and egg v toast in moisture-proof sanitary packages. . .Excellent for chil- dren's light lunches and matchless for serving: on the family table. 15 cents So!. Gahn & Go. Agents Nunnallys Candies. Phone 1720-1721. BURNHAM at the home of Mrs. John B. Mrs.' Zeh would make It that the age of the mind Instead of mere muscu lar force has dawned to correct cer tain evils which have grown out of these conditions. She spoke of conditions In the United States, where, she says, the work of womankind remains unappreciated. After a housewife has done the fam ily baking, the washing and the Iron ing, perhaps, the scrubbing and the general cleaning; after she has seen to the children and ordered her household generally, the United States census speaks of her as having "no occupa tion!" Speaking of the various classes of women and their various relations to society In the .broad and correct sense. Mrs. Zeh commenced with the pro fessional woman. The Various Types of Woman. The professional woman, the lawyer, the doctor, the lecturer, the theatrical star, the newspaper woman, the music ian, etc, according to Mrs. Zeh, are doing a great deal of good In bringing about better and more generally satis factory conditions for women. This sort of woman has thoroughly emancipated herself, and Is here to stay. She has proven her worth and many of "her" do not marry because they prefer economical independence to economical dependence. The society woman was handled rather uniquely. Mrs. Zeh said that she could not find It In her heart to blame her for her frivolities and her so-called useless goings-on, because her natural work had been taken away from her. In this mechanical age, and as woman has al ways been known as the original worker, it is perfectly natural for her to work at something, whether that something be useful or not She is naturally going to work hard. too, according to Mrs. Zeh, If at noth tog further than trying to have a good time. Queens used to spin, with their la dies In waiting. . That sort of thing. has become un necessary now, in the present age of Highly perfected labor-saving devices, when they have taken much of wo man's rightful work away from her. Speaking of the club woman. Mrs. Zeh spoke of the Chicago "Woman's club, perhaps one of the most impor tant of all public bodies among the women. ' At first, she said, the ladles start ed out with a firm determination to do nothing particularly alarming, and to see that everything was done in a beautiful and womanly manner. The work, however, soon grew be yond . the kindergarten venture Into which they had at first entered. They became absorbed by the school system of Chicago, and because the scope of their work broadened out so perceptibly before them, they could not but see the need of a more concerted and more widespread effort, and they all became suffragettes! The working class of women, accord ing to Mrs. Zeh, form the most im portant class of all, in their work of bringing the. cause of womankind to the front. Their Influence will be greater because they are brought Into closer touch with the actual conditions of life, and it will be through their need and their awakening knowledge of conditions which surround them that will finally bring the ballot. The woman of the slums came in for Just such-womanly pity as she should always demand from women who know the world and who are fully aware of the conditions which surround the white slave traffic Mrs. Zeh truthfully said that so long as one of these unfortunate creatures be allowed to remain in bondage, the sex as a whole is degraded, and it remains for women to get together upon the matter of correcting this great evil, because they alone are the ones to effect such a correction. She furnished statistics to show that there are at present 220,000 white slaves in the United States. The average life of a "slave- Is five years, and this necessitates 44.000 re emits each year In order to keep the ranks filled. Mrs. Zen's plan is to have every woman's club study conditions, and to seek out some way to quell the evil. If. by nothing else, by a strong wave of influence and endeavor among the best thinking women of the land. yesterday's talk. In fact, was purely In the cause of woman in general. It was interesting, appealing and beneficial, and proved valuable from a number of standpoints to every class of woman. Mrs. Zeh will remain In the city un til Saturday, and has already won many friends and admirers here. THE SHAKESPEARE CLUB. Today is the regular meeting of the Shakespeare club. Mrs. John B. Jones Is to be hostess and a very Interesting afternoon is planned.. DEPARTURE OF MAJOR GOSMAN IS REGRETTED. The news that Major Qosman Is to be In Japan for the next three years, where he Is to study local conditions. etc, la being received with regret by his numerous friends In Pensacola and at the fort, for he is very popular at both places. The high honor which has been conferred upon him is much appreciated, however, by those who how thoroughly he deserve such re cognition. MEDICAL BOARD MEET8 TODAY AT 12 O'CLOCK AT THE CHARITY HOSPITAL. The medical board of the Charity hospital Is urgently requested by Mrs. Kesselrto meet at the hospital this noon, twelve o'clock sharp being the hour decided upon. Business of much importance is to be decided upon. MISS IRENE PERDUE RETURNS FROM FLORENCE, ALA. Miss Irene Perdue is home with her mother, Mrs. S. E. Perdue, on East Ro man a street, having recently returned from Florence, Ala., where she was a student In the university there which was recently destroyed by fire. From Florence she went to Montgomery, where she was the guest of relatives and friends, returning to Pensacola during the present week. SOCIAL EVENING AT KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH POSTPONED. The people of Knox Presbyterian church were to have enjoyed a pleas ant social evening at the church last night, but were prevented on account of the heavy down pour of rain. The affair was postponed until this even ing. PHILATHEA GIRLS OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SURPRISED MISS KENNEDY. The Phllathea girls of the First Bap tist church complimented their teach er. Miss Blanche Kennedy, with a de lightful surprise party on Tuesday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. James Perkins, calling at the same time upon another sister, Mrs. Settle, who is here from Kentucky. The girls brought fruits, dainty sandwiches, and the Ingredients for making boarding school "fudge," and an evening of un usual pleasure resulted. Miss Kennedy Is one of the most able and popular Phllathea teachers In the city. MRS. GROVER IN WASHINGTON. A very attractive visitor to suburban Washington, says a Washington, D. C, exchange, is Mrs. Orover of Pensacola, Fla, who is the house guest of Mrs. Cropper at her lovely country home at Calls Church. WOODMAN CIRCLE TO HOLD IMPORTANT MEETING TODAY. The Woodman Circle will hold a special meeting this afternoon In the hall on Garden street at the regular hour, and It Is requested that all may be present. There will be no report of the recent convention, however, on ac count of the fact that Mrs. Boghich is still in Tampa, and Mrs. Olsen, the other representative, la 111. MISS FANNIE 8HUTAN TO LEAVE FOR CHICAGO. Miss Fannie Bhutan, a lovely young society girl of Chicago, who has been the guest of Miss Goldstucker for the past few weeks, will return to her home this week. She has many friends Is Pensacola and she was also an In teresting visitor In the Deep Water City last year. MORE HELP FOR THE HOSPITAL. Mrs. Kessler received a donation of five dollars yesterday from Mr. Fred Schad, who subscribed that amount for the helpless and ill In the name of Mrs. Schad. Dr. Renshaw has pre sented the hospital with a medicine chest fully stocked, which Is another highly appreciated gift. A large amount of clothing has also been sent, and Interest continues to grow In the noble work. There Is considerable talk at present, too, .of enlarging the hos pital as It Is now full, three patients being turned away yesterday in conse quence. Needless to say, the success of the new Institution Is a matter which Is meeting with the unbounded approval of Pensacola's generous hearted people who have watched and nurtured the cause so faithfully. HOME-MADE BEAUTIFIERS. Somebody writes me every now and then for cheaper and simpler beauty formulas. And often I hear, besides. that, the writer lives In a country dis trlct where few materials for this pur pose can be had, nothing but the most common Ingredients being profitable at the drug store. So it Is my Inten tlon today to have a homely little talk on beautlflers any woman can make at home from materials necessary for daily existence and housekeeping. Twenty-five cents will be the cost of the most expensive compound I shall mention. For shampooing tne hair soap Jelly Is Infinitely preferable to the hard cake, as the scalp likewise needs to be tfnet Pffftrffva Rome I Trea Treatment of Rheumatism If you are suffering; from chronic rhu matism. or if you are Just beginning to feel Its dreadful twinge and pains you would do well to stop its ravages at once by having your druggist mix the follow ing prescription, and persistently uae it to rid the body of the poisons and morbid states which excite the dreadful dleaa. When the true and pure ingredients are properly mixed, the results are little short oi marvelous. Iodide of Potassium ........2 drams Sodium Salicylate .....4 drams Wine of Colchlcum 0 Comp. Ess. Cardiol ...1 oi Comp. Fid. Balmwort ...1 ox Comp. Syrup Sarsaoarilla ....5 ou Mix and te a teaspoonful after nrh meal and one at bedtime. After the first week gradually increase the dose to two teaspoonfuls. If not in stock, the drug girt can readily obtain the lngredlnets irom me wooiesaier. fa BALKCOM'3 DRUG STORE KL"i A a m U une oi tne surprises o which await vou is a de- d licious Cherry Cobbler s o at BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE (Successor to Hannah Bros.) Instant Relief for Sore Feet Sore Feet, Tender Feet and Swollen Feet Cured Every Time. TIZ Makes Sore Feet Well No Matter 7 What Ails Them. Policemen all over the world use TIZ. Policemen stand on their feet all day and know what sore, tender, sweaty, swollen feet really mean. They use TIZ because TIZ cures their feet right up. It keeps feet In perfect condi tion. Read what this policeman has to say: "I was surprised and delighted with T I Z for tender feet.. I hardly know how to thank you enough for K. It's superior to powaers or piasters. I can Keep my feet In perfect condition. Believe In my earnest gratitude Tor t i z. i am a po liceman and keep on my feet all day." fcmzy l-iarreil, Austin, Texas. You never tried anvthlnr like TIZ before for your feet. It Is different from anything ever before sold. T I z is not a powder. Powders and other foot remedies clog up the pores. TIZ draws out all poisonous exudations which bring on soreness of the feet, and la the only remedy that does. TIZ cleans out every pore and giorlfllea the reet your ieet. you li never limp again or draw un your face In pain and you'll forget about your corns, bunions and callouses. You'll feel like a new person. TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25c per box. or it will be sent you direct if you wish, from Walter Luther Dodge & Co.. Chicago. IU. massaged with the soap and cook ing and dilution give soap prepared in this way an extra softeners. "With the addition of benzoin this must be left out for the hair this soap jelly Is also excellent for keeping the housekeeper's hands In good condition, but she must still wear gloves, of course, with the hard work and use only warm water for her hand washings. After the hands are dried a rub with a mixture made of a tea spoonful of glycerine, one ounce of rosewater and twenty drops of benzoin will keep them from wrinkling and otherwise aging. Lives there a woman who does not want a luxurious bath occasionally, a bath , with something in It that leaves the skin soft, smooth, white and scented? If so, pray let me tell her that she makes a great mistake, for there Is nothing more potent for beau ty purposes than the all-over warm bath. When It has something sweet In it something you know Is going to Improve your looks it acts like a charm, for both the senses and the Imagination count with beautifying tricks. Common oatmeal, the coarse, cheap sort that is bought In bulk, and bran are materials any home that Is not In the wilderness can have, and with the use of either one of these a bath that is reviving to both looks and nerves can be had for less than five cents. Either medium is put in a cheesecloth bag four or six Inches square, the fill ing rather loose than packed a,nd one of these, or more as liked, is agitated In the warm weather until It looks a little thick and milky. Oatmeal used In this way makes a specially delightful bath, definitely whitening the skin after awhile and Imparting to It a satin softness and the most subtle fragrance. The bran Is a shade less useful, but a bath with it leaves the sense of delicious cleanll ness. An excellent bath after any dirty house work can be made by putting common washing soda into the warm water, but the proportion used must be judged according to the sensitiveness of the skin. For whitening and softening the face skin, boll two ounces of pearl barley in a quart of water, strain, and after tak ing off the soil apply this to the flesh with little pattlngs and sousings, as if the skin were being rinsed. Barley water, perfumed with many different scents, waa one of the most prized cosmetics of the belles of the long ago, and many a quaint old printed letter tells of Its use. It Is still thought valuable enough to be Included In the list of the beautlflers of today. DISTINGUISHED PARTY SPEND DAY AT THE SAN CARLOS. Mrs. John Mlllen, wife of the well known lumberman, Mr. John Mlllen of Duluth, who Is Interested at Century, her maid. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Starr of Toledo. Mrs. C H. Tillotson and maid of Nlles, Mich, and Mrs. Chas. Glover of Chicago, made the trip to Pensacola via automobile on Tuesday, being delighted visitors at the San Carlos, where they remained until yes terday. NEW MOTOR BAGS. Attractive bags for motoring are shown. They are larger than the or dinary handbag, but not so large as a traveling bag. They contain every thing necessary for the comforts and beauty of the feminine motorist, from comb and brush and manicure set to powder and cream boxes. One sees them in calf lined with crimson Rus- At The San Carlos A Dainty and Appetizing Break fast. A Clever Luncheon that Cannot be Excelled. Afternoon Tea on the Mezzanine Floor. Dinner a la Carte at Night. The San Carlos Ladles' Orchestra in Attendance. GEORGE H. HERVEY, Mgr. slan leather, the brushes and boxes of white Ivory or celluloid, and In a leath er of soft lavender or purple, with ac cessories in silver. MRS. M. J. ELKAN WAS HOSTESS AT PRETTY AFFAIR AT THE SAN CARLOS. The Young Matrons were very de lightfully entertained yesterday by Mrs. Monroe Elkan at her lovely home at the San Carlos hotel. The private dining rooms were used for the beau tiful little affair, and an entertainment such as only Mrs. Elkan can give amid surroundings which only the San Car los may furnish resulted. Mrs. Dan Oppenheimer won the first prize, a hand-painted sandwich plate, and Mrs. Hubert Moog the second prize, a set of hand-embroidered handkerchief a A delicious two-course luncheon was served, Mrs. Ed. Forchelmer to be hos tess at next week's meeting. PERSONAL MENTION. The regular meeting of the "W. C. T. TJ. will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. The ladles request a full at tendance. Miss Anna Orr, of Pennsylvania, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kiera. The Misses Gary, who have been vis iting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Solo mon Mendel, at 712 East Wright street, since Mardi Gras, left yesterday for their home In Kosciusko, Miss. Who Landed HimT A West Philadelphia woman, who spent last summer In England, recalls a pleasing experience. "We were tak ing a ride on one of those 'seeing Lon don automobiles,' she said, "and there was a party of tourists aboard. They were Americans, of course, and they were taking the greatest Interest In everything they saw from the top cf the big motor bus. As the automobile rolled out of Hyde Park and started In the direction of Piccadilly the guide pointed to a big old house surrounded by a high brick wall and shouted through his megaphone: That,' he said, 'Is the town residence of the Duke of C , one of our largest landed proprietors. A pretty girl on the second seat she was about 17, and It was obviously her first ; trip abroad looked up In sudden enthu siasm. Oh! she cried,, "who landed hlrar Argonaut. BLUE RIBBON QUALITY. Use Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon Extracts, and you get the "Blue Rib bon" standard, which is perfection. Pure, strong, delicious. I hear your three daughters have become engaged this summer." "Well, not precisely. It is only the youngest, but she has been engaged three times," Meggendorfer Blaetter. Headquarters Typewriter Suppli ies If It's for the typewriter or the of fice we have it. Our window today shows high-class typewriter paper, ribbons, oils, erasers, carbon paper, etc. Phone 230 and well send it. Johnson's Book Store 109 S. Palafox. Miss Herriman, Remember, Sells HATS! You'll Love to Hear there's a servant for your home that will not object to working day and night; that will al ways keep in good hu mor and be at your ser vice. It's electricity. Are you using electricity in your home now? If not, we suggest that you phone us to-day and ask to have our representa tive call and explain the many advantages of electricity in the home. You will be surprised to ' know how -simple and inexpensive it is to have your home wired for electricity and equipped with the Mazda lamps. Phone us to-day. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC "COMPANY New Business Department Phone 106 The Coffee With a H In 181.5 , after his glorious victory over the British at Cha mette, Andrew Jackson treated his 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 itself. 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 French 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 z 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, Lai fiiI.KIlfCfite m , , : ' 1 ' ' f I 1 1W I I i 1 1 llll 1 1" 111 II I III - -.,., ., .mmUl SEE THE "SEEGER" B. GERSON a-iu SEEGER When in Doubt Send for Us Is there any question in your mind as to how to get the best results from your gas lighting ? If so, send for . one of our experts who will advise you. You are under no obligation to adopt his suggestions and they cost you nothing. Have you a burner in your house which does not give entire satisfaction? A postal card to us-will bring an expert who will right matters without cost to you. That is what our Request Maintenance if for. If you want to relieve your mind of all lighting I problems for your place of business make a Burner Maintenance contract with us. Under this our experts , make frequent inspections at regular intervals to adjust -the lights and replace all broken glassware of a standard pattern and put on new mantles when needed. If you require anything between regular visits a telephone r message or postal card will bring it to you. For this service we charge a small sum monthly. Remember that this charge is for materials used. The : time and experience of our trained gas experts you get free. - PENSACOLA GAS CO. D. Schloss & Co. "The Sales Wizards." are now negotiating for the entire stock of The Hub, and will, in a few days, an nounce a great clearance sale of the highest class stock of haberdashery in the city. Wait for the greatest sale of them all and save dollars. 3r :istry Thoughtful people eveij where have come to know that, from a hygienic standpoint, the refrigerator ts tne most Important Item m home furnishing. Xhat is why you will find the Original and Only Patented SIPHON REFRIGERATOR Its patented air siphon to a positive assurance of purity of food supply. It is not enough that foods be kept cold. An oW-fashioned loe box will do that but it will not keep them pore. -" Circulation el air H Juet as essential' as loe. This is where the "Seeger excettsF for its sfpbon renders stagnant air im possible ft compels circulation. It forces all Impurities, odors and moisture from the provision chamber onto the Ice where they are condensed and carried off through the drain. The action of the patented air siphon is so certain that milk, butter, fruit and vegetables can be kept in the same compartment without taint We shall be glad to demonstrate these advantages to yon If you will call. & CO., TWTESEN BLDG. 3 I know, him best, and. who know Just LZ3 BALKCOM'S DRUGSTORE r-H The Journal Want Ad. way is the easy way.