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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1911.
I Fta 33 mm S0 a. I PEOPLE AND EVENTS ) By BONNIB BURNHAM i . .... t i. : ? ; ! o THE WEEK'S EVENTS MONDAY, APRIL 17th. Meeting of the Nomada. hostess Mrs. L H. A&eR. Brent-barren wedding reception at the Brent home on LaRoa treet 7:30 p. ra. Sleeting of the East H1II Euchre club, hostess Mrs. S. J. Bennett. Meeting of the Monday Euchre club, hostess Mrs. Jwl3 "Willis. TUESDAY. APRIL 18th. Wheat-D'Alemberte wedding reception at the homa of Mrs. Anson at Bayou Grande at 7:30 p. m. Meeting of the- Social Card Club, hostess Mrs. Win. Berch. Meeting of the Tuesday Bridge club, hostess Mrs. J. W, Hlgglns 10:20 a. ra. Meeting of the Six Hand Euchre dub, hostess Mrs. Max Klein. Durant-Henley wedding reception at the home of Mrs. Albert Heyer at Virginia Lodge, 7:30 p. m. Regular meeting of the American Woman's League at the borne of Mrs. M. E. Wilson at 3 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, APRIL-19th. Fisher-Blount wedding reception- at the Fisher home, 7:30 p. m. Meeting of the Young Matrons dub, hostess Mrs. B. C. Helnberg. W. C T. U, meeting at Fort Barrancas. Euchre at the Progress club, 8 p. m. ; Hoer-Guttroan wedding reception at the Hoer residence 7:30 p. in. Meeting of the Pastime Euchre club, hostess Mrs. Elizabeth Rady 8 p. m. - j, THURSDAY. APRIL 20th. Regular meeting of the W, C T. U. at the First Presbuterlan church at p. m. vMeetlng of the Thursday club, hostess Mm. J. A. Jones. Meeting of the Browning club. Bachelors' Easter ball at the K of C hall, 8 p. ml Meeting of the Woodman Circle, at the Garden street hall 8 p. m. FRIDAY, APRIL 21st. Meeting of the North Hill Sewing Circle. Social evening by the Woodman Circle at the home of Mrs. Mor ton on Jackson street. SATURDAY, APRIL 22nd. , Meeting of the French circle in the liberty rooms, 11 a. m. . Reception by the Shakespeare club, at the home of Mrs. Walker Anderson from 4 until 6 p. m. . ' ' EASTER DAYE. 3e blythe byrdes singe, 'tis springe! ; - 'tis springe!" Ye churche bells, ringe, gladde car r olynge: . Come to ye churche, goode people, : all.' Tis Easter Daye!" theye call, theye - ? call. Selected !THE WEDDINGS. This will be a week" of weddings in Pensacola. The brides and the grooms are all 69 exceptionally well known, and so rnuch has already been said of them iiot only by the home papers but by the down-state and out-of-state press as well, that there are few Indeed who do not anticipate one of those unusu ally gay weeks socially which some times transform Pensacola into a gay medley of interesting events not soon to be forgotten. ,- These particular Easter brides have married so soon after the Lenten period, that the general round cf showers and bridal teas have been .necessarily done away with, for there has, forsooth, been no time in which to -flan to give them, so recently has the Quiet of the Lenten tide prohibited all .Such unseemlng pleasure. W The wedding receptions, However, tire all to bear an added elegance and interest to pay for it all, and there are He Ate j RAT AND ROACH PASTE l&r and ?5e Box". I'sed 9t Years. D. MAIKER WJN CO.. Philadelphia. to be a half dozen brides at least who will figure in the lovely events to come during the next few days. . .... First will be Miss Cora Brent, whose marriage to Mr. Alba Warren will be solemnized at the home of her father, Mr. F. C Brent on LaRua street to morrow evening, the reception to be at 7:30 o'clock. This will be among the most elab orate of all the weddings, and prepara tions are being made to entertain three hundred guests at the bouse., -;-f Miss Brent hb is V beautifully re gal young woman, has queened it so long in- Pensacola society that she is very well known throughout the south ern cities, and the news of her ap proaching marriage has been' received with a world of flattering press com ment elsewhere. . She was one of the loveliest of the carnival queens. Mr. Warren, who comes from an old Massachusetts family, is also very widely and very favorably known in the business and In the social world' In Pensacola. : A Tuesday bride Miss Reglna Du- rant has chosen to be, and on the evening of the 18th, she will become the bride of Lieutenant John Ralph Henley, U -S. M. C. at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Albert Heyer, at Virginia poig9-i - - - : ? Miss 'Durant will " be attended by MissJosle Knewlea'apd Miss Mer cedes Saltmarsh. Lieutenant Henley will have as his best man. Paymaster M. W. Grant at present aboard the cruiser Des Moines, and Lieutenant Stokes, stationed at the Charleston, S. C, navy yard, will be groomsman. The marriage will be attended br only relatives and intimate friends but a large number of Invitations have jf The Head of Every Family is Morally Responsible for the Result of the Food Furnished Those Dependent Upon Them Here Are a Few Extracts from a Letter from Harvey W. Wiley, M. D., Chief of Bureau of Chemistry, Department of Agricuture, Wash ington, D. C: . . 1 . ." ; -, y "There is perhaps no one subject which the retail grocer should more carefully consider than the character of the foods he offers for sale. The health and welfare of the vast majority of the people de pend upon the purity and wholesomeness of the dally diet. - "Articles should be as fresh as possible, should be free from bacterial contamination, should be unadulterated and true to nature. The dis tributer of food products has a great responsibility resting upon him. Kot only is he to conduct his business so as to make - a - reasonable " profit, for otherwise' he "could not continue in it; but he is under an -obligation to the public of a peculiarly binding character. I need not go into any particulars to " show what I mean by a pure and whole some diet. I may say, however, that I think food products should be free of added chemicals of any kind except the condimental sub stances which are so well known and are so necessary to. digestion. They should not be old and stale; they should not be deteriorated by over-keeping in any way, whether frozen or not; they should repre sent the very best that toe skill of the farmer and the manufacturer can produce. The education of the public and the education of the trade go hand in hand. To me it is a self-evident proposition that , what is best in the end for the CONSUMER must in the end be best for the producer and the MERCHANT. The SENTIMENTS of Dr." Wiley today are what (thirteen years ago) ' -' the Founders of the House of the PURE FOOD STORE "Where Quality Reigns Supreme" Incorporated In IT AS ITS FOUNDATION THEN and for ali time to .- come, . There is no responsibility upon you when your Food comes from Us; we are morally and financially responsible for its compliance with, not only pure food laws, but HOJSTEST construction of such laws. BUT DO NOT EXPECT US TO FURNISH SUCH GOODS AT COST; AND DO NOT CLASSIFY US WITH THE HOUSES THAT OFFER TO; DO IT. - . . . ' Remember that every business to furnish employment and ruccee I must receive a fair profit for their labor and Investment. ' To ooortnoo yoweelf that a business house operated along eunh lines i not niy the most reliable, but the cheapest ia the eo4 to do. business wtth, give o trial SOL CAHN & CO. Hdquartrs for HIjfc Grade TaVlo Foods, Confections. Delloetevsen, and tm porta d Specialties vt Alt Kind. . 1 he Romping Kiddies; and Especially Little ' :Mfeaiii.,Will Hold Sway at ur Store O Monday We Ve always been the best kind of chums with the little people, don't you know, and we've determined to give these very popular little customers of bursL a day devoted W to conduct a "Children's Day? of our very own; in fact, devoted to the display of a "hundred and one" various little fixings which will interest the kidlets and their mammas, too. ' See if we Ve hot, thoroughly prepared, a sure youihring the children shoppingf after school tomorrow, tod, because little girls, especially, almost always know "ezzactly" just what's what and why. (This talk following is for little people only,) Children's Jap Spangled a 1 1 1 1 Parasols. 25c Away'over in Japan, children. some of the cunningest beady eyed Japs have been busy making Parasols for us, and for you. They've arrived, these Parasols, and they're in white and colors, .tall spangled and tasseled and fine.. .. '.--: ; l ,' . ' - !. ihkA -i on vv Utile Socks For Children, ... Too - 'We've the prettiest little socks. too, children some all white, some black with white tops, and a lot with the colored and plaid --tops. ' They're the very thing for xeu your. mamma 4 ,mat tney are ;.uj o Oi m -j . this Haster weather. 1 ne only 25c, too. Think of it. Only : . 25 c price don't count. It's only 25c And the Little New Dresses. Or We declare, we most forgot the new dresses to be made this spring by mamma and the dressmaker. You know all about the lovely white dresses you'll rieed,f of Dimit m . . A We've lovely Embroideries, too, for trimming these dresses. .ot X O wO t DC V2.rCl X H X H X H X X X X X X For "Last Day" and for "Parties." Sh! We're going to tell you a secret. Miss Yellow Curls Little-Bit told us confidentially yesterday that our new Persian Lawn Dresses, already trimmed with the prettiest" laces 'and insertions and sashes you ever saw, with Dutch necks and things, were the very dresses that SHE wanted for the "last day at school." and for any number of birthday parties. What do you think? They're .up to From 6 to 14 years. - Ties and Hair Bows, Too. Any really j STYLISH little girl knows about Windsor Ties to 'wear with the sailor collars. - You, just ought to see ours the larger at 25 and 50c, the Midget Windsor, the narrow kind, at 25c. The beautiful Hair Ribbons, too, and the Sash Bows are things that you'll want to see. $9 Oh, Yes, Silk Stockings! It really isn't honestly truly necessary for the big girls to have ALL the new fixings; no, indeed. So if you're a nice little girl, we feel very sure that your mamma will bring you down town tomorrow for at ; least one Easter pair of. the silk stockings we have for you.' In sizes they're from 2 to 14 years, ffi In price- . . O UC For Aprons and iDresses. If your mamma has a practical bee in her bonnet on Monday: she'll want to buy up some material for dresses meant for sure-enough wear. Taking this into consideration, you'd better, see that she finds our 25c :Flaxons. our 15c Red Seal Ginghams, and our 2 5e iin ' ported Ginghams. It's a practical f 1. r g price range, tell her, from- 1 O XO -MiDC A , Now, you can go back to your Easter Biddies, Little Miss Pretty Girl, but be sure we see ; you to-morrow Monday.. Be sure! ixeese OHiBanv EVERYTHING TO WEAR. ...... i atson, "2 yyv' T fr T ft benf issued tor the reception which follows. '"' Lieutenant Henley and his bride will go direct to the Boston naval station whero the young officer la on duty. - On tho same evening, at the home ot Mrs. Anson, at Bayou Grande, Miss Sybil Wheat and Mr. Herbert D'Al emberte will be married, the cards which are out, setting the hour at 7:30 oclock. - . ? Miss Wheat is a delightful littlo blonde girl, petlto and pretty, much admired- and extremely wweot. -- Mr. D'Alemberte is a son of Mr. aai Mrs. W. A. D'Alemberte, and holds an enviable position In the esteem and confidence of everyone. The Fisher-Blount wedding will attract.- society on Wednesday night, when,- at 7 o'clock, at the bride's beau tiful twme, the marriage ot Miss Ro berta Fisher and Mr. F. M. Blount will occur. - v . . -- Cards are out for a large reception which Is to be held at the home at 7:30 o'clock. Both Miss Fisher and Mr; Blount are also well known ii local society circles, and their wedding will be among the very interesting events of the week. ' A lovely home wedding "will be that of Miss Elsie Hoer and ' Mr. Jno. B. Gunman, Jr., to take place at the fam ily residence of the bride on Wednes day evening at 7:30 o'clock. - - - A large number of cards bave been sent, and a vy brilliant and delightful affair is being planned. Miss Hecr Is a most charming girl, and Mr. Guttman is a young man well up in the affairs about town, and a line young business man. i There will probably be other wed dings during this very special week for such happy occurrences,, cards, .how ever, to the foregoing events having been out for the past two weeks." ' r : THE CLUBS TO RESUME - ; AFTER THEIR LENTEN REST. - After 40 days of absolute goodness and self denial, the card clubs will blossom out again this -week, with a perfect after-Easter revelry of good plays and delightful afternoons. The East Hill club will meet on Monday afternoon with Mrs. S. J. Ben nett on the Hill; the Social Card club will play on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Berch; the Monday Euchr5 club is to be entertained at the home of Mrs. Lewis Willis; the Tuesday Bridge with Mrs. J. W. Hlgglns,' the Pastime club will meet again on Wed nesday night for a pleasant game of euchre with Mrs. E. Rady; and the Thursday dub is to be entertained on Thursday evening by Mrs. 3. A. Jones. 1 n.5 delay longer in placing orders for engraved in vitations. Our summersamples represent the. very latest shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined and fashionable society. We do not follow f we LEAD. ia originating artistic effects with fire : materiaL Our prices are the lowest. Send for sam ples which will be supplied free of charge. . , J- P- STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. ' WEDDINS STATIONERY ENGRAVERS r r 7 WHITEHALL ST. , ATLANTA. GA. Ui1 4i V Secretaries f the local clubs are cordially invited to get into communi cation, with the PeoDle editor in order that Pensacola's goings on may prove of Interest, too, t0 j State DaDers and tn fhntw. of the tidf- borine statas for fh eood rep!rt-u (Continued on 'Page Fifteen)