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xn PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. s
HEW , eople and Eveiits Fhns 38 From 2 to 5 Pa fit OP 4J ;1 By Bonnie Burnham. THE LITTLE GREEN GATE TO THE GARDEN. Love ia a secret garden, and a little green grate la there: Youth Is the green gatekeeper, with cressets of golden hair. Youth is the green gatekeeper. And would that he'd let me in. To lose ire the voice of the roses The roar of the wide-world din. It sits at the head of a valley, with hills on every hand. And you go to its secret places as you I would to Eden land, oh, little green gate to the garden, If I trust I hope over all. May I feel where you are some morning; As I creep by your vlneclad wall! Ch, little green gate to the garden. - I know you must open in spring', And down in your ileeps are the , branches where the , bird are - learning to sing. ! Z hear them- sometimes In the dis tance. And I waken as once of old To the old Arcadian gold. Arm in arm the young lovers are walking1 beneath the trees Of the beautiful secret garden by the shore of the sapphire seas. There are lilacs around the border. And glorious roses and fair; Oh, little green gate, won't you open, And let me in from my care ! , Baltimore Sun. AT THE HOME OF MR. AND mrs. McMillan, t- - The members of the Baraca and Philathea classes of the First Metho dist church met last night for a busi ness and social meeting' at the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McMillan on Bast Gregory street. A great many matters of importance and interest to the members of the two societies were discussed, after which refreshments were served. i The young people are very strongly organized at the First Methodist church, and the two societies are of untold value In the work of the church. BAND CONCERT AT FORT BARRANCAS. The regular weekly concert of the Eighth U. S. Artillery Band at Fort Barrancas . attracted a good sized crowd yesterday, being: rendered in"1 an especially fine manner. The "Escort of Colors' was followed by a full dress parade, the following program of music having been prepared for the anernoon: 1. March, "National Emblem Bag ley. 2, Overture, "Orpheus" Offenbach. 3. "Ftroutte" (Fas Suel) Flnck. 4. Selection. "Little Miss Fix-It" Reeves. K. Descriptive Fantasia, "An Amer ican Abroad" Bratton. The Departure Arrival of the Tally Ho: Salutations and Introductions: "Warning: They're Off: Good-bye; at the station; How Can I Bear to Leave Thee; on the train, 'aboard the Ger man liner; a pleasant voyage. . The Tour Touching at Southamp ton; welcome to old England (God Save the King) ; through the North sea and sate arrival at Hamburr: hasty trip down the Rhine; a glimpse of beautiful Vienna; Oriental express to "Gay Paree' with an incident visit to the "Quarter Latin" in old Napoll The Return A hurried business trip . to Scotland ; tne Emerald isle: Re turning home: passing' the old senti nels (The Needless): a stormy. vov age: a "Marconi' to the Nantucket Light ship; Sandy Hook; a sight of TOea Cis Voice Cfcogcil "My 15-Year-ol5 Bon," says Mrs. I C. Sherman, whose home Is in Brook lyn, "caught a bad cold just when his voice was changing and could not get rid of It for about a year. Vinol was the only medicine that did him any rood and It was Just what he needed to drive his cough away and build up his strength.' f If he had taken Vinol sooner, ' he would have been spared a whole lot of annoyance and suffering. Bronchitis-cough is simply a sign of bodily weakness. When you build up the bodily strength and enrich the blood with Vinol, our-, delicious cod liver and Iron preparation without oil, the cough is bound to disappear. It is really the only natural and right way to get rid of these bron chial coughs that hang' on so Ions. In all weakened and run-down con ditions of the body, whether in men. "omen or children. Vinol la exactly wbat is needed to bring back strength. "We guarantee to give back your money if Vinol does not help you. White' Pharmacy, Pensacola, Fla. The Pur Feed Stars Where Quality Reigns Supreme. A Southern Delicacy. - We have jusV received a shipment of Pecan Staffed Fcrd Dstes , which are, in our opinion, unequalled any where. . These are stuffed in , . Bonito and will be re ceived fresh weekly by express. -60c a pound. (Nt Wtlflht) Sol Calm o Go. AitMa Nunnally'a Canslea. Phone 1723-1771. From 7:30 to 19 p. m. 23 "Home, Sweet Home;" land breezes; "Yankee Doodle; the Statue of Liber ty; welcome back. . "That Flying Rag" Pryor. TOURISTS ENJOY FINE WATER TRIP. The steamer Baldwin took a large party of tourists to Milton yesterday, starting from Palafox wharf at nino u tiwu. ine nay was an ideal one, and the scenery was aspecially en joyed between here and Black Water bay. There were over a hundred guests present, ana dinner was eaten out of doors at the end of the trip. A num ber of equally pleasant excursions are beinr clAJinert fnr th. by the winter visitors, who are taking in tne local attractions very thorough ly this year. - ; FORMER PENSACOLIAN IN ' - NEW YORK SOCIETY.. Mrs. Sterrett Tate gave a reception yesterday afternoon at her home in the Apthrop to introduce to society her daughter, Miss Diane L. Tate. Receiv ing with her were Misses Ethel Anyon, Mildred Hunter, Constance Peck; Mar ion Hees and - Marguerite - Jacquette. Miss Tate wore a gown of pink satin and chiffon. New York Herald So ciety Notes. MR. HERVEY HAS RETURNED. - v Mr. George H. Hervey of the Her- vey Hotel company, Pensacola. Is In tne .city for a few days visitinir his brother, C. B. Hervey of the Cawthon. Mr. Hervey is in the city" on a com bined pleasure and business trip. Mo bile Register. Mr. Hervey returned to tne city yesterday after a most suc cessful trip. pensacoCa lad'ies IN SELMA. Mrs. Julien was hostess this morn ing to the members of the Auction Bridge Club and several other guests. Her spacious home on Church street was tastefully decorated with' carna tions and narcissi. Six tables were arranged for the game of bridge and the trophies were a brass candlestick and a brass telephone record, says a Selma exchange. - Following the games an. elaborate four course luncheon was served. Those present were Mesdames Calvin Jones, V. B. Atkins, Portis Welch, Cadwalder Jones, of Pensacola, 'Wat kins Vaughan. Hooper Adams, J. W. Hunter, of Mobile, A. D. Pitts. Edgar Wilsinson, T. H. Miller, J. B. Ellis. O. M Hendricks, George Halls, Eugene Robbins,- Jrv Hodges, H. J. Packard, of Pensacola, Walter Duncan, Hugh Mallory, D. It. Cook, Henry Vaughan, Carlisle Melvtn, Misses Jimmie Mabry, Rose Weaver and Annie Waller, MRS. M. P. BON I FAY WAS HOSTESS. Mrs. M. P. Bonifay was hostess at this week's meeting of the Afternoon Euchre club at her home on Romana street. Mrs. Martin Jones won the consolation prize, Mrs. Rupert the ace, Mrs. M. Hall the lone hand, and Mrs. Bonifay the booby. The next meeting will be held on Monday at the home of Mrs. F. C. Commyns. MRS. J. H. BENNETT WAS HOSTESS. . Mrs. H. J. Bennett entertained the members of the new Six Hand Euchre club on Wednesday at her pleasant home on East Hill, when a delightful evening was enjoyed by a mlmber of the well known lady euchre players on East Hill, and their husbands, who bad been let in on the game as a very special favor. After the game, refreshments were served. THE NEW CITY CLUB'S PLEASANT MEETING. . Mrs. C. S. Bonacker was hostess at yesterday's decidedly pleasant meeting of the New City Club, a note of the approaching St. Valentine season be ing introduced very skillfully and pret tily in the place, cards, etc. There were five tables playing, ice cream and cake being served after the games. Several visitors also enjoyed the hos pitality of Mrs. Bonacker, among whom was her house guest. Miss Wil liams, of Richmond, Va.. a very capable musjclan, who added to the afternoon with several beautiful solos. Miss Williams's voice Is being much admired In Pensacola, and many will be interested to learn that she will ainsr at the evening service on Sunday at the Gadsden street M. E. church. INFORMAL DINNER FOR MR. HARRY E. GRAHAM. A number of the friends of Mr. Harry E. Graham gave an Informal dinner last night at the Osceola club in hU honor, about fifteen being present Mr. Graham will leave within a few days for Louisiana, where he has accepted a position, and where, to the regret of his Pensacola friends, he will make his home. DeGRAFF-McCALU The wedding of Miss Helena De- Graff and Mr. Chas, E. McCall will occur on February 14th at the Sacred Heart church at early mass, 6: SO riViorV . Th coucle haa many friends in the city who are much interested in the approaching event. THE JGIRL IN AFTER YEARS. "My childhood was a fairy ring of wishes that had only to be wished to be granted. My nursery was a won derful place. The furnishings were luxurious a fairylike place for a child. If I asked for a pony I got two. I had a doll's playhouse in one room, with an elevator in it and a con nection with my .brother's toy stable in the other room. As a girl I had an allowance of $I0 a month just for spending money and I spent it all. I should have been taught differently." This is part of the life story of a mother only 20 years old to whom has come the unhapplness of divorce and of a legal fight for the possession of her child. One feels the pathos of the situation. Surely there can be no con demnation for this little daughter of the rich, who. having had every wish cranted In her childhood, could not realize that the world might treat her harshly when she left tba shelter of her own home. I sometimes wonder why we give all of bur pity to the little daughters of the poor. -Respectable poverty has co many compensations. Those of us who lock at modern conditions with clear eyes realize that idleness is not a blessing. The girl who is brought up to believe that life is" all sunshine is likely to be beaten later by the storms of sorrow and responsibility and she will not know how to protect herself as will the girl who has known some thing of hardships. Tet-it is not always the daughters ' . V5. f gc; UBiPUSJSJfert n Famed fr It's '1 . To mention the, South is to sug gest tf good cooking." The South is the home of Cottolene, and more of the product is used there in pro portion to the population than in any other part of the country. This is simply because Southerners know that cotton oil is a pure, vegetable product, and the best cooking fat known. Cottolene is made from choice,refined cotton oil, and packed "Nature's Gift from of the rich who are the spoiled darl ings. Many people in moderate cir cumstances seem to feel a certain pride in making: the daug-hter of the house a lady, of leisure. Every sac rifice is made for her; she is shielded from every rough wind that blows, and she reaches young: womanhood in a weakened state and unable to Sear the burdens that are sure to come to her. Is it any wonder that such a woman when she marries should be appalled by the problems which confront her? Hitherto she has been kept from all care. She has not had to face finan cial difficulties of domestic friction When she has wanted a thing: it has been given her, even when others have had to sacrifice themselves that she might be pleased. . Parents who wish for the happiness of the beloved child should see to it that she is not brought up in luxurious idleness. There is no reason in the world why the daughter of the house should have breakfast In bed while her mother does the morning's work. There is no reason why the daughter's DID WORLDS OF GOOD When Life Was a , Burden; This Woman's Friend Came to Give Her Prompt Relief. Kscondida. Ky. Mrs. Frank L. Blake, of this place, says: "I was so weak from womanly troubles, that I couldn't do my work, or even walk around. My back hurt so bad I could hardly be up, and I suffered with pains in my left side, most of the time. Nothing did me any good until I tried Cardui, the woman's tonicv I em certainly well pleased with what it has done for me. I have taken three bottles, and it has done" me worlds of good. Cardui lms strengthened me, and made me feel better in. every way. I can do my work with perfect ease. ' I sincerely believe if other suffering women will only give Cardui a trial, it will help them as it helped me, for I know by experience that it is the best remedy for sick and run-down women." There is a reason why Cardui has been so uniformly successful, during the past fifty years. In relieving all forms of womanly weakness and dis ease. It acts wjth Nature not against her. Cardui goes to the weak spots, and helps to make them strong, thus hastening a cure, in a natural, easy way. Try It. j N. B. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment tor Women," sent in plain wrapper, oa request.- .... Made only by THE N. K. day should be a round of pleasure if others must labor to procure It for her. Of course, all young people need their good times, but any girl is heal thier and happier if she has a certain number of ' duties and if she enters into the family life as a working part of it, not merely as a languid and lazy dependent. Life is not all "cakes and ale," and the child who must sacrifice something for others, who is taught the value of money, who is taught the dignity of labor, who learns early how to march in tune with the universe is the one who will not lag behind and who will not be beaten in life's battles. To quote again the words of the lit tle woman whose story is told in the first paragraph of this article, "I don't mean to disparage those who gave me everything they had; I mean simply that I regret I wasn't mad to learn the mpannrn ol thiners that count. - ONE WOMAN'S TASTE. One of the strangest boudoirs in the world is that belonging to the Princess Abamelek-Lazarew of Florence, Italy, a member of the Russian family of the Demidoff. This small room is in the famous villa of Pratolina, outside Florence, near Fiesole. and all the pic tures furniture, lights and ornaments represent the asculatory art. In the backs of chairs are cherubs in the act of kissing each other; in the chan- j deliers are pairs of doves with their . i beaks, touching. Even the electric bell on the table near- the princess' couch '. is made of two little peasant figures, and the sound only when their lips touch. There are dainty pictures of all the great love scenes in history and romance, the leavetaking of Ro meo, the farewell of Mary Stuart and David Rlzzlo, the Huguenot lovers. Launcelot and Guinevere and their unhappy followers, Francesca da Rim in! and Paolo. The cushions of fine embroidered silk or tapestry show rus tic love scenes wherein the actors are saluting each other in vigorous fash- j ion. The princess ha. passed years ; in gathering her Cupid trophies, and ! her room in (that wonderful villa is. filled with the treasures of the Medi ci. PERSONAL MENTION Misses Mary and Bell Snoddy left Wednesday for their home in Delphi, Ind after a pleasant visit in Pensa cola. Mrs. Joseph J." Grant has returned from an automobile trip of several i days to Mobile. . The Ladles' Aid of the First Pres byterian church will meet promptly at four o'clock in the church parlors this afternoon. Mrs. F. C. Bradley Is very low at her home on East Jackson street . having been 111 for the past few weeks. There win be a meeting of the Chil- dren of the Confederacy this afternoon ! immediately after school, matters of ; importance are to be considered, and j a full attendance is desired. j Miss Hcrriman has replenished her mourning specialties while in New York. 11 OOJS in sealed, air-tight tin pails to insure its cleanliness and freshness. Why take chances with lard and inferior imitations when you can get Cottolene the original cotton oil cooking fat and still the best, most healthful, most economical in the market? Cottolene will aid your cook to make a reputation. FALRBANK COMPANY the Sunny SHRINERS PREPARING TO WELCOME HIGH OFFICIAL By Associated Press. New Orleans, Feb. 1. New Orleans and Louisiana Shriners are preparing a hearty , welcome for Imperial Illus trious Potentave John Frank Treat, of Fargo, N. D.. who, with other high of ficials of the Mystic Shrine are ex pected to arrive here next Wednesday on their annual tour. With Mr. Treat will come William S. Brown, of .Pitts burg, imperial treasurer; Benjamin W. Rowell, of Boston, .imperial re corder, and Lou B. Winsor, of Reed, Mich., past imperial potentate. They will visit Mobile, and Memphis and delegation's from these cities will also arrive here next Wednesday to accom pany them on their tour. . FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. When you want dainty, delicious de serts for some special occasion, flavor with delicious Blue Ribbon Vanilla and your success is a certainty. "Best ond takes less." EXPRESS COMPANIES WILL REDUCE LOUISIANA RATES By Associated Press. Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 1. A cut In rates amounting in some Instances to as much as 30 per cent will be made bv express companies In Louisiana In compliance with the order of the state railroad commission in an announce ment made last night. The com Bell s Studio A Bank Account Inspires Confidence in Yourself 1 and at the same time inspires confidence in others. Make up your mind that you WILL become a factor for good in your community and win success through hard work intelligently directed. Ever see a strong man of a community without a bank account? Work hard, spend little, save some. First National Bank of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository of the United States. r. C. BRENT. WM. H. KNOWLES. W. J. FORBES. President. Vice- Presltfant. Caahler. THOa. W. BRENT. Vtea-President. W. N. ROBERTS, Aeat Caahlar. DIRECTOR: F. C Brant. W. A. Blownt. W. H. Knewles. W. J. Frba. Thoa. W. Brant. 41 1 i sid sr. I- South' panies were expected to contest the order. CANDY DAY. Saturday a box cf candy free with purchase of 25 cents or more. The Crystal Phar macy. ANTONIO ORTIZ RELEASED. " New Orleans, Feb. 1. Antonio Ortiz or Luis A. Perez, arrested by United States deputies some time ago sus pected of being one of the anti-Ma-dero conspirators indicted in Browns ville, Texas, was released by the United States commissioner yesterday for lack of evidence. The authorities were unable to prove hia identity. He left immediately for Mexico. REMOVAL NOTICE. The insurance office of the undersigned has been moved from 28 East Government street to rooms 300-302 Am erican National Bank build ing. " WALKER ANDERSON Call ' and Sea the Latest Styles in Pictures, Pip Dreamt. made from your old one by special improved mattress machinery. Satisfaction guaranteed. Pensacola Mattress Factory Phone 1515. fa BALKCOM'S DftUQ TORS ET1 U U A Hot Water Bag on . a Cold Night makes an g 9 E g A-l Bedfellow. O 3 -C For sale at l Balkcom's Drug Store i L ta HMKik Upm.) n y BALKCOM'S DRUa STOftS fprJ The Place Yau've Heard About the San Carlos Cafe With I la "One Hundred and Ont" Delicious Attractions. GEO. H. HERVEY, Manager: rfft k d' v ' Fresh New Spring resses For all the Kiddies ' From 50c to $3 (Y ou'll note them in our window) Watson. Parker & Reese t Everything LO to Wear. Knicker Do you have a new cook often? Subbubs We have them close enough together to be twins. Puck. D ijJust Received:: a large shipment Mackerel, ; , Salt Fish Roe : and Mackerel. ! i Marine Grocery Co. : j 604-608 S. Palafox. Phone 725. Subscribe for The Journal.