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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1911.
1 Phone 38 "" ' From 7:30 ta 10 p. m. I PEOPLE AND EVENTS By BONNIE BURNHAM THE WEEK'S SATURDAY. Call meeting Clrlc League, Y. M. C. A, 5 o'clock. MENU. EP.EAKFAST. . , - Fruit. Cereal. Sugar and Cream. Coddled Eggs. French Fried Potatoea , Risen Biscuits. Coffee. LUNCH. Toast with Cheese Sauce. Wafers. Cocoa. DINNER. Almond Milk Soup. Bavory Beef. Mashed Potatoes. Watercress. French Dressing. . v Wafers. Cheese. Banana Short Cake. Coffee. ARE LOCATED , IN NEW HOME. Mr, and Mr a Francis C. Wilson are . . delightfully located in their new home, . 114 North Barcelona street, where they ; will be glad to see their many friends. MR. JAME8 LARGUE, SR.,' ' RETURN8 TO HIS OLD HOME. Mr. James Largue. Sr., who has been visiting his sons and daughters for the v past six weeks, left yesterday for Aberdeen, Scotland, where he will In future reside with his sister, Mrs. -Bar bare Smith. His many Pensacola Vfriends will regret his leaving. TO ATTEND KNOWLES SELIGMAN WEDDING. " The following clipping from the At . lanta Journal will interest the friends qif Miss Josle Knowles here: "Miss Laura. Knowles, of Pensa cola, who Is the guest of Mrs. Clar ence Knowles, will leave the first of next week for North Hatley, Canada, to attend the marriage of her niece. Miss Josie Knowles, and Mr. Isaac N. Seligman, of New York, which will take place at the summer home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William , H- Knowles, on the 29th of June." CALL MEETING CIVIC LEAGUE. It Is" urgently requested that all the members attend the call meeting of tne civic league to bo held this after noon at 5 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. bulldlng. LEAVE FOR THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS. Mrs. S. H. Collins and her brother. Mr. V. H. Golay. .will leave1 the city jonaay morning lor tne Clue Ridge Mountains, where they will remain un til September. OSCEOLA CLUB TO .. GIVE DANCE TONIGHT. .., The following Invitations have been ientr'vt from the Osceola Club -, "ah. Oeoola Crab will entertain on Saturday evening, June 3rd, 9 o'clock, Jlompllmentary to Admiral Ward and . fflcers of the fleet." The form of entertainment will be aancmg ana a general good time Is an tlclpated. B THE GUEST OF -r , -. . MR8. B. C. HEINBERG. Mr A B. C. Heinberg has as her guest her mother. Mrs. Ginsberg, of Mossy Head, Florida. Mrs. Ginsberg win remain in tne city sometime. MISS NETTIE GINSBERG : WILL ARRIVE SUNDAY. Miss Nettie Ginsberg will arrive In ...the city Sunday morning to be the guest of her sister. Mrs. B. C. Hein berg. She will also be one -of the hon or guests at the Manltou house party. Miss Ginsberg has visited the city several times and has a number , of friends who will be delighted to see her. MRS. C. R. BAGLEY AND SON IN GEORGIA. Mrs. C. R. Bagley and son, Cedrlc, left the city yesterday for various ! points In Georgia to visit friends and 1 relatives. - ' MISS MARY HICKS ' r IN THE CITY. Miss Mary Hicks, of Camp Hill, Fla., is spending a few days in the city. Miss ll'cks has a lovely soprano vole fjajid ha been asked to sing several tiroes since her arrival. She will sing a solo Sunday evening at the song and praise service at the First .Methodist church. iMRS. WOLFE Pm IMPROVED. 1 Vfrlends of Mrs. Isadore Wolfe glad to learn that she Is much Id after her recent Illness, al , not yet able to be out. They , lr a speedy recovery. Purs Food Store Where Quality Reigns 3uprem. Healthful and Refreshing for a summer drink for the entire family. Rose's Imported Pure Lime Juice : In large bottles. ,; v 50 .cents Sol. Cahn & Co. i a Agents Nunnally's ' Candies. Phone 1720-1721. J A ALMOND MILK SOUP. One-half of a pound of rice, one tablespoonful of sugar, five pints of milk, one-half of a teaspoonful of salt and one-half of a pound of almonds. Wash the rice, put It In a farina boil er with one quart of milk. Let it cook slowly until every grain is tender and swelled to double the original size. While the rice is cooking, shell and blanch the almonds, chop them very fine, then pound them in a mortar, adding a few drops at a time, about one-half of a gill of milk. If you do not add the milk they will become oily. If the quantity given does not seem sufficient, add more. Have as smooth a paste as possible after they are pounded, then put them in anoth er farina boiler, with the remaining quantity of milk. Let them simmer for thirty minutes. When the rice Is done, turn it out carefully into the soup tureen, then pour over It the al monds and milk, season with salt only and- serve. SAVORY BEEF. Savory beef must be prepared sev eral days in advance. By a compact shaped piece of rump or round weigh ing fully eight pounds. Mix together an ounce of saltpeter, one ounce of granulated sugar, twelve ounces of salt; one-quarter of an ounce each of ground allspice and black pepper,, one- nair or a teaspoonful each of finely sifted savory and 'marjoram and two pounds of bay leaves. Rub all sides of the meat very thoroughly with this mixture, then hang in a 'cold place. Each day take down and rub and work in more of the mixture. At the end of a week it is ready to be braised or roasted in the pot. Add to it a sliced onion or carrot and cook very slowly. TESTS FOR FRESH EGGS. Replying to tne assertion that "the fresh laid egg" cannot be had, and no one need regret it, for the fresh egg is no Deuer tnan the egg long stored, that even an epicure cannot distinguish be tween tnem, a correspondent of the New York Sun writes: It does not require a very discrimi nating palate to detect an old egg from a new one: the former has a mustv flavor that the latter never has. and the mustlness may range from' a slight taint to a very pronounced one. It Is always noticeable in storage eggs. ir any one wishes to verify the Judsr- ment of his palate, the following tests may be used: 1. It is almost lmrosiblo to neel the shell from a fresh, hard boiled egg without having some of the white come away with it. 2. A stale egg cannot be beaten to a froth. 3. When a fresh eg Is broken into a dish the yolk stands up and the white does not spread, whereas In a stale egg the yolk lies flat and the white seems watery. 4. The shell of an egg after a cer tain length of time loses Its shiny appearance and becomes shiny. 5. The air space in the large end of a newly laid egg is about half an Inch In diameter; as the egg ages this space grows larger. In storage eggs it sometimes extends to one-fourth the length. An expert can very closely approximate the age of an egg by ex amining this space. This Is known as candling and is done by holding the egg in a beam of llsrht. A simnler test Is to hard boll the egg and notice me relative size of the space. The number of eggrs that reach the consumer in a state of absolute fresh ness, in the summer not more than three days old and In the winter twelve, is a very small cart of th to tal supply and comes from one source oniy, tne egg farm. y An egg farm Is one that Is devoted primarily to egg raising and only inci dentally to poultry or fancy stock. On such farms the eggs are gathered and shipped daily. This can only be done when they are raised In sufficient numbers and the business is well or ganized. There are a number of these farms within a day's shipping distance of the New York market, and some of their product is shipped to a few com m in- sion merchants who make a specialty of this class of eggs. These sell In turn to the limited number of retailers who really care about the quality of the eggs they sell. But the average consumer's chance of getting a really fresh eirsr is very remote .and the Sun is quite right in saying that the fresh egg is unattain able. CANDY DAY TODAY. A box of candy free today at The Crystal Pharmacy with every cash purchase of 25 cents or more. FLOMATON LODGE OF F & A. M. ELECTS OFFICERS Special to The Journal. t Flomaton, Ala,, June 2. Abernethy Lodge, No. 615. A. F. & A. M,. met last night in regular communication and elected the following officers: Dr. W. L. Abernethy, W. M. D. W. Powell. S. W. E. D. Whatley, J. W. B. G. Mason, Treasurer. W. C. Ross, Secretary. W. A. Kellum, S. D. R. W. Wrury, J. D. W. C. Johnson, Tyler. A very large attendance was had last night and many visitors wero present. A special meeting was called for Monday night, June 5th, for confer ring F. - C. and M. M. , degrees. All brethren In good standing of this or der are Invited. TEACHERS, ATTENTION! The first examination for public school teachers will begin on Tuesday morning, June 6th. 1911. All teachers Intending to take this examination are requested to be on hand ready to be gin work promptly at 8 a. m. The examination for white teachers will be held in school building No. 1 and that for the colored teachers In school building No. 31 on West Greg ory street. N. B. COOK. Superintendent. EVENTS BR B IEF SESSIO ARB PUBLIC WORKS IS HEL NUMBER OF MATTERS DISCUSSED AND ACTION TAKEN OFFICIALS WHO HAVE BUSINESS WITH BOARD MUST ATTEND MEET INGS. The board of public works h vid a brief meeting last night and disposed of all matters on the calendar. TV:t j full board was present, with the ex-' ception of Dr. Quina. - A communication from W. W. Hatch & Sons Co., sidewalk contractors, re questing that they be allowed 65 days in which to finish their contract was read and the request granted. Mrs. Armstrong appeared before the board in compliance with the notice Issued by the board for property own ers to-appear and show cause why ap portionment warrants should not be issued against their property for re cent sidewalk Improvements. She ton", of an agreemnt she had made with the contractor and the arrangement met with the approval of the board. In this connection the clerk was in structed to Issue the warrants against those who had not appeared in re sponse to the notice issued. A communication from E. A. Vinson, requesting permission to erect a boat shed on Bayou Texar, at the foot ot Belmont street, was read and on mo tion of Mr. Mayes it was agreed to lease him the privilege for the sum of $1 per year. Two petitions from residents of the northeastern part of the city in regard to the condition of the streets in that section and asking that they be re paired were read and the matter re ferred to the street 'superintendent with instructions that he investigate and report back to the board. A communication from O. H. Smith, calling attention to the fact that Spring street, north of DeSoto, is with out lights, was referred to the lighting committee. A communication from the board of county commissioners was lead in which that body asked the city to place a light at the foot of the bridge across Bayou Texar and to divide the cost of one in the middle of the bridge equally between the city and county. On motion, the clerk was instructed to write the board to the effect that the city would place one at this end of the bridge and that although the board of works would be glad to co operate with the county in placing a light in the middle it had no authority to do so, this being out of the city limits. Officers Must Attend Meetings. The fact that neither the city en gineer, the building inspector nor the plumbing inspector were present called forth some discussion, and it was de cided to notify these officers that they are expected to attend all meetings ot the board. This also referred to the street superintendent, who, however, was present last night. The bonds of B. is. wmaaon ana a J. Keynton, sidewalk contractors, being in proper form, were approved. On motion the clerk was directed to address a communication to the city engineer instructing him to go over and inspect all sidewalks and report to the board. It was suggested that this be done in such a manner as to make the Inspection of each walk be about eighteen months after it was laid, the contractors guaranteeing them for two years. It was brought to the attention of the board that in a number of instances deficient blocks have been located In some of the work. Cleaninq up Swamp. The chairman stated that he had been using funds appropriated by the council In cutting down weeds and cleaning out ditches in the swamp south of St. Michael's cemetery. having employed five extra men. He stated that nine or ten miles of ditches had been cleaned out. His action was endorsed bv the board. After orderlnsr the bills paid, the meeting adjourned. It Is worse than useless to take any medicines Internally for- muscular or chronic rheumatism. All that is need ed is a free application ofi Chamber Iain's Liniment For sale by all deal ers. FINE AVERAGES BY Wi GRADE ; 1 TEN PUPILS IN SECTION A RE CEIVED FIRST CLASS CER TIFICATES, AND FOUR SECOND CLASS, WHILE FOUR WERE CONDITIONAL. Editor Pensacola Journal. My attention has been called to a tittle error in The Journal of Thurs clay morning, when mention was made ' . .. 1 1 j JM Of, only two pupus who iuu passeu fr?m the seventh grade, section A, Into thevHih School with nrst class certin cates, and I feel it Is but Justice to my pupils to say that there were ten who deceived first class certificates and four fvtth second class, while four were conditioned in one study each, being onl afew points below those who went tnrougn. When it is taken in to considera tion that these pupils have taken four months of seven grade work, and eieht moi ths of the eighth grade. makine twelve months work in the eight months session, and the average age of the ttlass is but thirteen 'years. it is no w.onder they should feel tenacious of the credits due them. I take pleasure in giving you, be low. the scholarship and general av erage of those who passed successful ly through the strenuous year's work. lou will see that some of the scholar ship averages, which is the real rank in class, in the first class are not so high as some in the second class. In sev eral cases the low general average. which includes scholarship, attendance and deportment, was caused by illness of the child, . or some member of the family which caused the pupil to be BURNED SECTION OF CONEY ISLAND, , NEW YORK CITY; FAMOUS RESORT WILL SOON BE REBUILT rr-Tr-"-, - t- --n S& " V . . '" . ' - hip phyzr - utfa -. . ' - 1 s : ,-' ' " : 1 t C1v v , New York, June 2. Dreamland, the largest amusement park in Coney Is land and no doubt the largest and most costly In the world of its kind, which was swept by fire and com pletely ruined, will rapidly be rebuilt. One of the most spectacular features of the fire was the burning of the tower, 300 feet high, whcih could be seen for miles out as sea, illuminated as it was with thousands of electric lights. This tower caught fire early during the conflagration and burned tardy or absent, through no fault of his own. Class averages of Grade 7. Section A: First Class. Gen. Ave. 95.3 95.2 95.i 94.7 94.6 94.4 94.3 94.2 94.1 94 Gen. Ave. 93.9 92.5 91.3 91 Ave. 1 Denzil Coleman 88.6 2 Alice Pritchard 87 3 Bessie Robinson 86.1 4 Gertrude Webb 84.8 5 Genevieve Carter ., ... 86.9 6 Elizabeth Anderson ...85.3 7 Mary Pruett 84 8 Sylvia Kinney 84.4 9 Ruth Welles 85.8 10 Margaret Wilhelmi ...88.8 Second Class. - ' Sch. Ave. 1 Rosa Bell 87 2 Sadie Levey 81.9 3 Mary Joyner 82.7 4 Edward Pooley 85.5 ELMA L. MACLAY, Teacher In Grade 7, Section A. FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY Is particularly recommended for chronic cases of kidney and bladder trouble. It tends to regulate And con trol the kidney and bladder action and is healing, strengthening and bracing. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, 121 6. Palafox St. Precocious Baby. ' A professor of the University of Pennsylvania, who has greatly en deared himself to the students on ac count of his kind-heartedness, has one particular failing that of absent mindedness. He visited his married nephew a nr V V t ft Aa 1 j Ask the Old Folks Your grandmother and grandfather know French Market Coffee. For 100 years back it was the famous coffee at the old French Market. The finales of all the Mardi Gras Balls were not complete without a cup of this rare old beverage. Then this famous beverage - could be had nowhere else. Now you may serve it daily at your own table. For the old French Market blend is per petuated by The Same Unique Hygienic Roasting Process "There is but one French Market flavor." You can get this celebrated coSee at your grocer's in hermetically sealed tins. Packed by New Orleans Coffee Co., Ltd. New Orleans, La. 4 r : it 'T.Jff'.JM A. vex V ( r like an immense torch. The climax came when this structure came to earth with a mighty crash, scattering embers over the entire island. , An animal show, considered the second largest in the "United States, was lost completely, the wild animals being shot for fear that they might escape into the crowds. Six incubator babies on exhibition were rescued by heroic nurses. There were no fatalities, and no one is known to have been in jured. The loss is estimated at $2, 500,000. few days ago and had listened to the young wife's praise of her first born. The gentleman felt that he must say something to give the impression that he was interested. 4,Can the dear fellow walk?" he In quired gently. "Walk?" shouted the mother. "Why he has been walking for five months." "Dear me:" exclaimed the profes sor, lapsing again into abtsraction. "What a. long way he must have got!" Philadelphia Times. Not in. There is at present serving a term in the penitentiary at Columbus a former official of the Postoffice De partment, convicted of "graft" on many counts. The gentleman in ques tion had always been on friendly terms with the newspaper correspond ents, and when he was arrested and placed in jail there was a rush of the newspaper men to the prison, confi dent of securing an interview. The accused, however, refused to be seen, and sent a characteristic mes sage to his would-be interrogators: "Tell them," said he to the warden, "that I am not in.- Metropolitan Magazine. "Mrs. Piffle asked Mr. PHIe for a new hat yesterday." "What gave her the notion?" "The home team won." Birmingham Age-Herald. An added Interest. Parvenu (for merly a butcher) All my books are bound in calf. Friend Really? Parvenu Yes, and every calf killed by my own hand. Pele Mele. vs. (34) PLANNING FOR IMPROVEMENTS N FORESTS AS SOON AS NEW APPROPRIA tion is awarded choctaw hatchee and ocala forests will receive attention plans NOW BEING LAID IN OF FICE OF SUPERVISOR ELD RIDge. Deputy Supervisor Hill, accompani ed by Forest Assistant Bristow Adams and Formats Agents Edumnds and Scharber, left yesterday on the launch Sylvia for Gaxnier's Bayou, where they will continue the survey of the route of the government telephone line, w hich Is to be constructed through the Choctaw hatehee forest this summer. The telephone yne will connect the va r'ous ranger stations with Supervisor Eldridge's office in Pensacola and with each other, ana will be approximately Cf miles in length. Plans tor the extensive Improvement work that is to be started as sooa as the new appropriation is awarded are now being perfected in the office of the forest supervisor. The plans Include the building of sverai ranger stations, barns, wharfs, etc., and will be be gun shortly after june 1st, both on this forest and on the Ocala forest. The JU.on. Ingenious HorsedeMerNow here's a nice horse for you, QUite young. The reason his knei are bent like that is because he a3 born in a stable with too low atoof. Pele Mele. It is CriiBinal to Neglectthe Skin and Hair THINK of " the sufferfog entailed by neglected skin troubles mental because of disfiguration, physical U. cause of pain. Think of tbj pleasure of a clear skin, soft, white hands, and good hair. These blessings, so essential to happiness and even suc cess in life, are often only a matter of a little thoughtful care in the selection of effec tive remedial agents. Cuti cura Soap and Cuticura Oint ment do so much for poor complexions, red, rough hands, and dry, thin and falling hair, and cost so little, that it is almost crimi nal not to use them. Although Cuticura Soap and Oint ment are eold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a postal to "Cuticura," Dept. B, Boston, will secure a liberal sample of each, with 32-page bookish on Skin and Scalp Treatment. Order Your Electric Fan Now. Its cooling breeze will .make your city home as comfortable as a sea shore cottage. It's the little fan with the big breeze. Try one in your office the next hot, sultry day and notice how much more efficient it makes you. An Electric Fan will last for years. A splen did investment for home, office, store. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY New Business Department. Phone 106 SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-Soled In 15 MInut Called. For and Delivered. "NUFF 8 ED." 511 South Palafox NOTICE. All parties are hereby notified that the large excursion boats will not be allowed to land at Seaside Park until the wharf has been repaired. This does not Include launches. Notice will be given as soon as the wharf Is In condi tion. M. A. FOWLER. Manager Seaside Park. Matching up. The Sittei Tea, It's very nice, but you've made my hair too dark. The Artist Shall I alter It or will you ? Exchange. To Drivs Out Malaria And Build up ths System. Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. You know what you are taking. The form ula Is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it is simply Quinine and Iron In a tasteless form, and the most ef fectual form. For grown people and children, 50c. To-day the special selling of the ideal summer fabrics FLAXOINS and Clilf fOWETTE CLOTHS at 19c yd should appeal to economical women and those who are late with spring buying. Watson, Parker & Reese Co. m Everything to Wear PORCH SHADES, ROCKERS AND HAMMOCKS. 53 BALKCOM'3 DRUG RTORE EE 1ehlna Try wftelous On . a O uualed Today KERRY COBBLER t BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE (Succeawrto Hannah Bra.) 01 BALKCOlrt DRUG STORE Pure Milk-Home-Made Butter Buttermilk Creaa Cheese Cream County Eggs. Delivery to any part t city. Phone 1321 Pensacola DairjCo. 8 W. Romana. Something; alwavi Ultra-exclusive in Street and Dress Hats at Miss Herriman's. IsYour Piano Dead? NOBODY PLAYS IT? Exchange it for an up-to-date PLAYER PIANO 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