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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1911.
is Fteni 38 ( PEOPLE AND EVENTS) By BONNIE THE WEEK'S EVENTS ; TUESDAY. . ' Meeting of the Six Hand Euchre club; hostess, Mrs. A. Moog on Spring street. I Meeting of the Americas Woman's League at .the home of Mrs. M. B. Wilson. J ' WEDNESDAY. - Meeting of the Young Matrons at Flsijerville. ----- "W, C T. IT. meeting at Fort Barrancas. 7:JB p. m. w Meeting of the Civic League at the Y. M. C. A. parlors, 8:80 p.m. . THURSDAY. - .. ' Regular meeUng of W. C. T. U. " at the First Presbytrian i church, S p. m. j GOOD FRIDAY. Meeting of the North Hill Sewing Circle; hostess, Mrs. J. A. Avant. . a a A fc A efc BRILLIANTS. ; A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays ' And confident tomorrows. . ... . Woedawortbv ?Tls the voice of the sluggard; I heard . him complain: Tou have waked me too soon. I must slumber again." h - Watts. When I'm not thanked at all - I'm thanked enough; ! done my duty and I've done no more. Fielding. Forgiveness to" the injured does be- long. , I But they ne'er pardon who have done the wrong. Dryden. "' Our doubts are traitors And make us lose the good we oft , might, win 3By fearing to attempt. . Shakespeare. Keeds not the foreign aid of orna ment, But Is when unadorn'd adorned the most. Thomson. LOOKS LIKE A GIRL Mrs. Dowdle Tells About the Case of Her Daughter and Herself, Both Made , . , Young by Cardui. Canton. Tex. "I have used Cardui. the woman's tonic, for many years. I am never without It. It .cured me of TEerious trouble. My daughter was also down sick, fcf ter a mishap, and I thought she would never be well. But I got her to take Cardui, and it cured her. I "She is thirty-five years old an J etout and looks like a glrL T have recommended Cardui to many other women and it has cured them," ! As a tonic, for weak women, you fcould find nothing of greater benefit to you than Cardui. It Is a woman's tonic 7a strengthening medicine for women J made especially for women, from in gredients that act specifically on th'j womanly organs and thus help to build CP the womanly constitution. You are urged to try Cardui, If you are - weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer from , any of the pains peculiar, to Weak women, such as headache, back ache, dragging pains, pains in arm, side, hip or limbs, and other symp toms of womanly trouble. , Cardui Is what you need, whenever vyou feel that you need a tonic. " Try CarduL N. B. Write to: Ladles Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn, for Special Instructions, and (4 pae book, "Horn Treatment (or Women," sent in plain wrapper, on request. The Pure . Food Store Where Quality Reigns Supreme. Fresh H, onev in tne comi 15c a box Sol. Cahn & Co. Agents Nunnally's Candies. Phone 1720-1721. i K Fre3tette,a. BURNHAM club; hostess, Mrs. Ignatius Fried f At 30 man suspects himself a fooL Knows it at 40 and reforms his plan. Young. The ruling passion, be.lt what it will The ruling passion conquers reason stm. Pope. Bright-eyed Fancy; hovrtng o'er. Scattered from her pictured 'Urn, -Thoughts that breathe and words that burn. Gray. For Just experience tells, in every soil. That they that think must govern those that toll. Goldsmith. . MAJOR GOSSMAN LEFT. Major Gossman left Fort Barrancas yesterday for San Francisco, where he will embark for Japan. . He has been sent there by the government to study the language and diseases . of that country, and -will -be there for several years. His departure Is generally re gretted among a large number of his friends here. HAS BEEN IN PAST CHRISTIAN.; Miss Ada Hilton Green, according to a New Orleans exchang.e has been en Joying a most delightful visit In Past Christian. She has been the guest of Mrs. Norman and Miss Anita Norman there, and has figured in several house parties given by the ladies for their New Orleans friends. THE NOMADS WITH MISS BLOUNT. Miss Hilda Blount was hostess yes terday at a fine meeting of the No mads. "The Spanish Voyages of Dis covery" proved an. interesting topic, papers being read by Miss Laney and Miss Sally Wright. ! . Miss Laneys subject was "Florida," and Miss Wright's "Struggles With the French." THE SIX HAND EUCHRE CLUB. The Six Handed Euchre club will hold its regular weekly meeting today. Mrs. A. Moog will entertain the ladies at -her home on Spring street. THE CIVIC LEAGUE WILL MET TOMORROW. There will be an important meeting of : the Civic League tomorrow after noon at three thirty o'clock In the parlors of the T. M. C A. All mem bers are particularly requested to be present. MISS SOPHIA SCHAD V IS IMPROVING. MIbs Sophia Schad, the bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schad, is improving after an Illness of three months. Those who know and admire the delightful little lady will be very glad to learn of her improvement. MRS. IGNATIUS FRIED TO MOBILE. Mrs. Ignatious -Fried and her two little daughters. Elsa and Malvlna. will make their home for the present with Mrs. Fried's sister. Mrs. Hev- man Gabriel, in Mobile, much to the regret of Pensacola people. Mrs. Fried Is the kind of woman whom Pensacola circles can ill afford to lose, as she is among the foremost violinists of the country, and a thoroughly delightful little lady as welL She is well known, too, in Mobile's very artistic atmosphere, and will continue her ca reer there with the violin. MUSIC AT THE CHURCHES. , Pensacola churches were interesting also to lovers of music last Sunday and to those who recognize the fact that the right kind of muslo is the way to an ideal form of worship. At the First Baptist church Mrs. W. J. Benn. of Saginaw, Mich-, sang very delightfully, and being a musician of wide popularity and experience had no Only Sober Hen Wanted Competition Is too keen and life is too strenuous for an employer to keep on his pay roll men who are not In mental or physical condition to perform their duties. Every line of business is cioinK Its door to "Drinking-" men. If you are a drinking man, u may oe your lime next. Better stop drinking at once. Orrine. the stan dard remedy for the liouor habit, will helo you. By the aid of Orrine thousands of men nave been restored to Uvea of so briety and Industry, hence they here be come worth more to their employers, and best of all they've made their loved ones happier. Orrine Is a simple home treatment No loss of time from work while you are talc ins; it. Start to-day. , Ton will be sur prised at the results. YVe are so sure that Orrine will benefit you that we say to you that If after a trial you fail to get any benefit from its use, we will give your money Daca. ORRINE is prepared In two forms. No, 1, secret treatment, a powder, absolutely tasteless and odorless, given secretly in food or dring. ORRINE No. 2. in pill form. Is for those who desire to take voluntary treatment. ORRIXB costs only $1.00 a box. Write for Free Orrine Book let (mailed In plain sealed envelope) to ORRINE COMPANY. Orrine Bujlding. Washington. IX C Orrine is recommend ed and is for sale In this city by W. H. White CO., io s. raiaiox bu trouble in holding the interested at tention of a large audience. - At St Katharine's church. Miss Wentworth sang "The Palms." Mrs. Baya being in charge of some very fine organ work, the choir also doing its part In the beautiful music ap propriate to the day. At Christ church, a number of the best known musicians of the city Join ed in the rendition of "The Palms," the work of the choir and of Prof. William Packham, who is the wonder fully talented organist .there, being especially deserving of commenda tion. The following beautiful program was enjoyed at the Tlrst Methodist church, having been given under the direction of Miss Missouri Cawthon. director of the choir there: . -Morning: Piano Voluntary Miss Claude Klrk- patrlck. Duet. "Led By the Voice of Jesus' Mrs. F. E. Brawner and Mrs. J. C Griffith.- - - Offertory Solo Mr. Dorsey, Evening: iPiano voluntary. Trio. "God Is Love," Mrs. Brawner, Mrs. Griffith, Miss Cawthon. . At St. Michael's, Palm Sunday was Impressively observed. "The Palms." by Faure, was sung by Mr. Charles J. Herbert, .Prof. A. C. Rellly also being highly complimented concerning his fine work on the organ. , -Miss Laura Joyner was soloist at the morning services at Gort Barran cas, her selection being entitled "The Way of Peace." THE YOUNG v MATRONS' CLUB. The, Young Matrons' club will meet today Instead of tomorrow." Mr Die Heilbron is to entertain them at the usual hour, i MADAME MOUNTFORD AT THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. Madame Mountford, of Jerusalem, delighted a large audience at the First Methodist church on Sunday night with her brilliant lecture which was entitled "The King of the Shepherds," and also delivered another fine talk last night at the same place on "His Nativity or the Babe at Bethlehem." Tonight her subject will be "His Man hood, Ministry, Baptism, Crucifixion, Resurrection." Tomorrow night will conclude this very valuable series, when the madame will talk on "The Message and the Messenger." The coming of this trully marvel lous i woman, during Passion week, has been thoroughly appreciated by many of Pensacola's leading churchmen, and there have been many who have been greatly enlightened through her clear and Interesting discourses. Brought up In the Holy Lands as she was, Madame Mountford is In a position to explain many Biblical mys teries which always remain more or less of a puzzle to the casual reader of the Bible. She dresses in the native costume and has numerous Interesting relics which she uses to display and .to add Interest to her talks. The public Is Invited to hear her, and there axe few who can afford to miss her while she is favoring the city with her present visit. r - MR. AND MRS. SMITH AND DAUGHTER ARE AT THE SAN CARLOS. Mr. and Mrs. Ira A. B. Smith and daughter, of New York, are prominent visitors at the San Carlos hotel, where they will remain ' for several days. They are relatives of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keyser and are among New York's best known people. TO OBSERVE WEEK OF PRAYER. The Ladles Missionary Society,-of the First Baptist church will observe a week of prayer, having commenced last night. The meetings will com mence at S o'clock and will last through Friday. All are invited to be present TO COLOR EGGS. For young people who enjoy color ing the eggs for the Caster frolic there are many little home ideas to vary their brilliancy. The egg dyes give the rich plain colors and the fancy papers to wrap around , them, which may be purchased at the stores, are the usual mediums, but do not give a Istga variety. . ' Bits of ribbon silk, calico and flan nel, outside skins of onions, coffee grounds and a . bit of bluing will do wonders if rightly handled. Take the egg, wrap the onion skins around It with the strip of blue rib bon and sew It up in a thin piece of muslin. Do another with red ribbon, another with green. Throw coffee grounds in the' water and boil fifteen minutes. When done wipe with a but. tered cloth. Others should be boiled In the bluing water .You will quickly see Ue combinations made. Another scheme, if there is much cooking going on for the festival sea son. Is to take a dozen eggs, make a needle hole at either end and blow them; when the shells are all empty they may, with deft fingers, be dress ed as brownies, nuns and almost any character. Their faces should be painted and feet be given them on which to stand. They can then be used as most attractive dinner cards. LORGNETTE MODISH. . . A lorgenette may now be consider- ed an almost necessary finish to a smart costume, whether for morning or afternoon. It makes no difference that a wonKA may not need glasses to assist her to see. A lorgnette must still depend from a chain about her neck. If she actually has use for it, and must wear it in the evening, she Is supposed to have a jeweled, chain; certainly she must have one when In full dress. With a high frock a silver or gold chain to match the glass frame is the thing. Tne newest zancy glasses are so short that when held to the eyes the fingers are resting against the face. In point of fact, handles now are bare ly two inches long, and. that the bow nay fit, it is doubled, the glasses part ing by pressing a spring when they si e to be put to the eyes. The handle n.ay be a conventional scroll, a ring or any other form. It must be deco ratlve, anKlt should be jeweled. Chains have shortened in the past year until now they are a decided foshldn of their own. The whole length Ladies, the Man Bird Has Nothing on YouNow- You Are as Free as He SEE FOR YOURSELF. Beginning at 10 o'clock this morning and continuing from that hour every remain ing day of this week until 12, and from 2 until 6, this 20th Century Magician will be demonstrated for you by Mrs. Knoblock, expert housewife. You can't afford to jniss it and you wont Come today. SOLOMON FURNITURE CO. Around the Comer From the Postoffice 20-22 West Government Street SEETHE"SEEGER" GERSOIM is twenty-seven inches, and in place of a hook there is a slip ring at one end. The other end also has a slip ring, and two Inches over it a third plain ring Is placed between the links. The lorgnette Is fastened to the end, having the ring a little above. Into this upper ring the other end is fas tened. This makes the glasses haug from a single string, as do the jeweled plaques now In vogue. Any chain my be adapted In this fashion without harming if, so, when desired, the original length could be restored. Elaboration is the keynote of the chains. No longer are they simple linns, but each section is a work of art in itself. The most beautiful are SEEGER The Banquet to Henry Clay in New Orleans m 1642 Cost $ 1 00 per Plate Never before bad the historic old St. Louis Hotel, near the famous French Market Place, contained such an assemblage of beautiful women and famous men. Here it was that Henry Clay made his only speech in Louisiana, and with matchless eloquence paid a glowing tribute to the beauty of Southern women. Before and after this banquet the guests sipped the famous French Market Coffee, as was the custom in those days. - Then this famous beverage could be had only atrthV French s Market. Now you may serve it at your own table,1 for the-old French Market blend isperpctuated by The Same Unique Hygienic Roasting. Process There h but one French Market flavor" You can obtain this rare coffee blend with all the enticing . . aroma and natural strength preserved, for we pack it in hermet ically sealed cans. And it is untouched by human hands from plantation to the cup. Order from your grocer today. Try some, and you win agree that there is only one French Market Savor. Packed by New Orleans Coffee Co- Ltd New Orleans, La. Mail. BbHBsbbbIssMbIbIMMbbbsiHSS The Caloric Fireless Cook Stove Melts Your Chains Thoughtful people everywhere have come to know that, from a hyairate standpoint, the refrigerator is the most Important item In home furnishing. That Is why you will find the Original and Only Patented SIPHON REFRIGERATOR Its patented air stpbxm Is a positive assurance of purity of food supply. It ,1s not enough that foods be kept cold. An old-fashioned ice box will do that--but it will not keep them pure. Circulation of air is Just as essential as loe. This Is where the "Seeger" ex cells for Its siphon renders stagnant air im possible it 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 oan be kept in the same compartment without taint. We shall be glad to demonstrate these advantages to you-if you will call. & CO., THIESEN BLDG. broken at intervals of four inches wltn a contrasting ornament, jeweled, when ore can afford it. PERSONAL MENTION, Mrs. W. W. Whitfield, who has been spending several weeks at Columbus, Ga. has returned home. The American Woman's League will meet this afternoon at the usual hour with Mrs. M. B. Wilson on East Chase street. Miss Mamie Owen Abernathy Is vis iting relatives in Alabama. Japanese Ball Knight's of Columbus Hall Wednesday, April 19th. Sonny Barrios' 4-piece Or chestra. Prize to best lady and gentleman dancer. Gentlemen, 50c; Ladies, free. Our Frenchy New- Neckwear is a valuable Easter sugges tion. The matchless line conies, too, at a price range from 25c to $ 1 Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Everything to Wear Special Easter show ing of handsome suits and dresses all this week at the Ready-to-Wear Store. This is EASTER OPENING WEEK at MISS HERRIMAN'S. Cuttomer Mcrohig. Mr. Snips. Have yon any time to spare me this moni tor? Tailor Certainly, sir; plenty of It. Customers-Thanks. I'd like to have thirty days more on that little bill I Owe you. Boston Transcript. IsYourPianoDead? NOBODY PLAYS IT?.J Exchange it for an up-to- date PLAYER PIANO i We will allow you full value for your old piano and make terms to suit. .Used Pianos as low as $5 per month. Guaranteed. The Clutter Music House THE WORLD'S BEST KNOWN ANTISEPTICS. THE PEROXIDE OF HYDROGEN PREPARATIONS Perox!d Greaseleas Skin Food ..25c Poroxido Tooth Past and Powder 25c For Healing Gums and Whtta Peroxtdo Talcum Powder ....25c For Toilet and Bath The Enemy of Perspiration. PEROXIDE SOAP For White Skins and Healthier -Scalps. PHONE 1100. THE R. LEWIS CO. Successors to Hooton'a Pharmacy. Hand-Painted China is al ways an acceptable Wedding Gift. 1 MISS JANET HARRIS," 321 Brent Building. The Mazda Lamp in the Store The value of property on & . business street Is determined very largely by the amount ol -traffic on that street. Well- lighted streets invite traffic, and -' for the same reason the brilliant P store will outstrip Its dimly " lighted rival in the lace for pa- ' tronage. The public vill invari ably stop before the well-light- -. ed store window in preference to a poorly lighted one, even . though the goods displayed in " the windows be of equal quality. A well-lighted show-window is indicative of a well-managed business. ; By the use of Mazda lamps stores and windows can be more - brilliantly illuminated without , increasing the lighting bills. Phone us today for our repre- sentatlve to call and tell you more about the Mazda lamp. x PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY New Business Department Phone 106 - Now, is the Time There is no better time than now, for some new pictures, and they're ideal Easter remembrances for your' friends. Make an appointment. Mr. J. ,".' Davis, my operator, has had 17 years. experience in the leading New Torto galleries. y Turton's Studio- 116 1-2 S. Palafox. SAM CHARLES SfcOM Haft-Soled In 18 Mtnwti Calltd For and Delivered. "HUFF 8 ED. 511 South Palafox rjS3 BALKCOM'3 DRUG STORE CJ w We are specialists ono k i . i : u lem. Let us help you o make the dirt and ver- 2 min fly. . BALKCOM'S i DRUG STORE c o 0 H O n (Successor to Hannah Bros.) BALKCOM'S DRUO STORE ESCAMBIA WRECK.' To close out the material from thi wreck of the Escambia, which consists of a r umber of mantels, windows, doors, stairs, lumber and tin roofing, the price of same win be greatly reduced. Apply to office, H. Honk, rear of Kecamcl bonding.