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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1912.
f- 1 People and Events 7 rrrrinnnnnrv PHONE 178 o 2 From 10 0m, to 6 p. m. o PHONE 83 o From 7 to ,10o p. m. o SPRING SONG. ligrMlyl Hold thy Htm.! Tread breath.! Something stirred the underbrush. Pryad? Oread? Gnome or fay? Yet th woodi-light shows 'tig day. Only evening know the way Elfin creatures travel. Hush! The light o'erhead is green, ' Gold, with glow mysterious. Doe some fairy, fleet and shy. Think the moon Is riding high. Bold and glorious in the sky, All the starlight dimming? Hark! That rustling comes again! ' How my heart is racing! Was it Puck or Columbine? Apple Blossom, frail and fine? Is a goblin, thro' the vine, O'er my shoulder peering? For a thrill half glee, half fear. Trembles through my senses. Was it but the troubled trees. Or a message on the breeze! Only spirits. 111 at ease Springtime spirits, stirring? Ethel Hallet Porter, in Llppin cott'a, - , MEETING WOMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION. The Woman's Relief Association will meet this morning at 11 o'clock at the home of the president. Mra R. A. Hyer. This Is the first meeting of the asso ciation since the close of the -first year's work,- and the members are urged to be present. miss ginsberg' to arrive today. Miss Nettie Ginsberg Is expected to day, to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Benjamin Helnberg. Miss Ginsberg has visited In Pensacola on several occasions and always receives a cor' dial welcome. MEETING OF PHI LATHE AS POSTPONED. The meeting of the Phllatheas of the First Methodist church, which was to have been held on Thursday, April 25th, has been postponed tq Thursday, May 2nd. TO MAKE WREATHS THIS AFTERNOON. The United Daughters of the Con federacy and the Children of the Con federacy will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A. Avant. where they will make additional wreaths for , tne graves of Confederate soldiers, to . bt used by the Ladles' Confederate ""Memorial Association on Friday to decorate the graves of those heroes who sleep "beneath the canopy of ood's wue eky. These two organizations met at the home of Mrs. M. E. Batta on Tuesday afternoon and made- a number of wreaths, but there are two ' hundred resting places to be marked by the garlands of evergreen, and not only ,tne members ox these Confederat,or- ganlzations, but any who wish to, are urged to be present and assist in this " work of paying tribute to the dead. The hour appointed is 2 p. m., but those who cannot arrive so early are Invited to come when it Is most con venient, and where It is possible, they are asked to bring their scissors. LOVELY AFTERNOON RECEPTION FOR MR8. E. N. BROWN. The home of Mrs. Thomas V. Han nah was thrown open yesterday after noon . from 4 to 6, and the spacious rocms were throned with lnvniv women In afternoon gowns, who were Invited to call and meet Informally Mra Hannah's guest and cousin, Mrs. K. N. Brown, of the City of Mexico, who arrived a few days ago. Mrs. Brown is not a stranger to society here, having visited Mrs. Hannah be fore on several occasions, and renewals of friendship and acquaintance made the afternoon especially delightful. Everywhere about the rooms flowers wsre used, roses and carnations, with other hot house blooms, adding to the attractiveness of the rooms, and the handsome spring toilettes of those re ceiving and assisting Mra Hannah, and of the callers who came and went, made a charming picture, framed In -one of the loveliest days that spring has yet given us. Besides Mrs. Hannah and her guest, Mrs. Brown. Mra Philip Hannah. Mrs. J. H. Smlthwick. Mra Fred Marsh. Mrs. T. F. McGourin, Mrs. T. J. Welch, and Mra V. F. Balkcom greeted call ers, and In the dining room Mra C W. Lamar poured tea. The dining room was In pink and white, the colors being developed in pink and white tulle and white car nations used on the dining table and CHIC FHOL K GOOD FOR WEAR IN MAY Here is a chic frock suitable for serge, taffeta, linen, etc. The model Is developed in deep blue mohair. The four gore skirt shows a shaped seam in the front and in the back, defined by heavy stitching. It is decorated with blue and white bone ribbons.. The inset section on the skirt, bodice and sleeves are of cream taffeta striped with bias folds of dark blue faille silk, The curved band outlining the neck is of cream taffeta embroidered in blue and orange wool. A similar band finishes the sleeve. about, the room. . A quartette of lovely young girls in dainty gowns served the guests in the dining room. These were .Mias Thicker Jklay Brown, who. is here w tth her mother, Miss Grace Anderson, Miss Kathleen Gonzalez and Miss Staples, who is the guest of Miss Nellie Keyser, and is a resident of the City of Mexico, and a friend of Mrs. Brown. There is no pleasanter way to meet cne's friends than at an informal "at home," and the beauty of the after noon also added to the pleasure of this, one of the most delightful of re cent entertainments. The Pur Food Store Where Quality Reigns Supreme Hecker's Old Homestead Pancake and -Buckwheat 7 FLOUR 'IOC - per Pfcgc. SolCahn&Co. Aganta Nunnally's Candle. Phonos 1720-1721. Until a short time ago, scarcely one person in a thousand had ever tasted a really good soda cracker as it came fresh and crisp from the oven. Now every man, woman and child in these United States can know and en joy the crisp goodness of fresh baked soda crackers without going to the baker s oven. Uneeda Biscuit bring the bakery to you. A food to live on. Stamina for workers. Strength for the delicate. Bone and flesh for little folks. It will cost you just 5 cents to try Uneeda Biscuit. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY - No Souvenirs WiM Be Given to Children or Men Hom& Problems "MRS UIZAEmSlWMPSm ENGAGEMENT OF MR. GUNDERSHEIMER AND M'SS FRIED ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Fried, of Vicks burg, entertained at a very beautiful reception on Sunday evening, -receiving in honor of the engagement of their daughter. Miss Ruby Sophie, to Mr. Ralph Gundersheimer, of this city. The handsome home was prettily decorated with palms and ferns. Champagne and other wines arid re freshments were served and there was dancing during the evening, an eight- piece orchestra furnishing the music. Numerous friends called during the evening to offer their congratulations, and best wishes, many out of town guests being present. Mr. Gundersheimer Is very popular In Pensacola and It is with much pleasure that his friends here will learn of his engagement to this charm ing Mississippi society girl. MRS. L'BARON VISITING MRS. JOHN B. JONES. Those who knew and loved her dur ing her long residence here and they are many will be glad indeed to know of the arrival in the city yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Florence LeBaron, of ei Paso, Texas, who will be the guest of Mr. and Mra John B. Jones for several weeks. Mra LeBaron moved with her family to El Fa bo about ten years ago. and the removal of these charming and cultivated people was felt in both the social and civic life of the community, for they stood for what was best In bcth. Mra .LeBaron la In excellent health. her friends will be glad to know. She will be Joined here later on by Mr. and Mrs. George LeBaron. GERTIE-GENTRY WEDDING IN MILTON. Miss Callle Gentry, the daughter of Mr. and Mra F. C. Gentry, of Milton, was married last night at the home of her parents to Mr. James Gertie, of that place. Owing to a recent bereavement in the family of the bride, the wedding was a quiet home wedding, but It was lovely in every detail. The bride has visited in Pensacola many times and has. a host of friends here. She is also very popular In her home town, for she is not only ex tremely pretty, but has a charming cordiality, which makes friends for her everywhere. She is a niece of Mra M. P. Bonlfay. of this city. . Mra M. D. Merritt and Miss Virginia Merrltt ana Mra D. Wilson left yester day to attend the wedding. MONTICELLO ' -WEDDING. The fllowing from the Montlcello News will be of interest to many in rensacoia: "The wedding of Miss Louise Nor fleet Lamar and Mr. George Mallette Mao Nider at , Christ church at half atter 6 o'clock on "Wednesday evening was the happy culmination of a charming romance of one of Florida's loveliest young women and one of North Carolina's most noted scientists. "Christ church, which lends itself very readily to pretty decorative Continued on Page Six. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I asked you the other day how to make a rose jar and you replied to take one-half peck rose petals and to use one handful of salt to three of petals. I did this an! it makes a brine in the bottom of the jar, and the petals are very wet. Hof shall I dry them, or have I started wrong? - CONSTANT READER. You have probably used too murh salt. It would be well to sprinkle the petals on a paper and partially dry them In the sun before curing them with the salt. Use a teaspoon of salt Xo a quart of rose petals. Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Can you give a good polish for white shoes".' (2) What will cure pimples and black heads? (3) Can you give me a good recipe for cold cream? (4) Whiit changeable silk dresses will be worn this summer? INQUISITIVE. (1) A different preparation is used for each: suede, kid and canvas shoes. For white suede or buckskin the prep aration comes in the form of a cako and is applied with a sponge and wa ter, and then the shoes are brushed; for white kid or canvas there are liquid preparations. You can probably obtain any of these from your shoe dealer. (2) Impure blood is usually the cause of pimples and blackheads. The best treatment is to do all you can for your general health by diet, fresh air, exercise and bathing. (3) A good cold cream recipe is the follow ing: One-half ounce spermaceti, ono ounce white wax, four ounces of almond oil, two ounces of lanoline, two ounces of cocoanut oil, one ounce tincture of benzoin and two fluid drams of rose water. It is best to make this in a small double boiler, or in a bowl in a pan of water. Melt the spermaceti and wax, ana put in the oils and lanoline, then remove from fire and turn in the benzoin and rosewater. The harder you can beat it the better, and when of good consistency put in jars. One half formula makes as much as one person would care to use. (4) Chango able silk will be in as good style for dresses this summer as any colore a silk in warm weather. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I wish to take lessons in china painting, but have no special talent for paintlnj. What would you advise me to do? DORIS. If you are artistic in colr, and painstaking in your work, there is no reason why you should not learn to paint china very nicely. One need not be an artist for this. Accuracy and neatness combined with artistic blend ing and shading of color may accom plish wonderful results on china. Take lessons of the best teacher you can and learn to paint right from the be ginning. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am greatly annoyed by my neighbors' children, a little girl and a little boy who run over to our yard the minute they see my little girl out playing. They are not children I wish to have her play with and I have to keep her Indoors more than is well for her. What would you advise me to do? TROUBLED MOTHER. As soon as the ne'.fclibors children go home after you have called your little girl into the house, let her go out to play again, and if they persist in coming, and their mother is not ob servant enough to see your purpose, tell the children, and the mother If necessary, that you wish to have your little girl play alone part of each dav. This way you may accomplish results without giving offense. It may even be necessary for you to allow your little girl to play with them for a short time once in a while, perhaps when you can be with them, so that you may not cause any feeling with your neighbor. That Richly-Flavored Coffee You Drank in New Orleans in the quaint old French Market, Is exactly the same famotis Frnrfi Market blend that ArflcrhtrA Andrew Jackson. Henry Clay, and the gallants and beauties of a hundred years ago. In those days Tmith MafttfCbtfee 03) conld be had nowhere else, but NOW you all may serve this famous beverage daily at your own tables. For the old French Market blend is perpetuated by The Same Unique Hygienic Roasting Process and the real old French Market Coffee can now be had at your grocer's in hermetically sealed tins. All harshness and bitterness is roasted out of French Market Coffee. They used to drink cup after cup in New Orleans at midnight. You may do the same today. There is only one real old French Market flavor. At All Grocers Genuine" French Market Coffee" the coffee with a history is packed only at the FRENCH MARKET MILLS Kev Orlcaas CcBm Ck. Lit, Tnttitttn) NEW ORLEANS, LA. w e Wffl Have Another Souvenir Day A Store that grows in popularity, as has this one, must needs get in touch with its friends and customers occasion ally. We mean that such a store must have its friends and customers in the store out of pure friendship and good fellow ship with something more in thought than the rush of business. So, with that in mind, yet also to give you a chance to look around this store, (our pride), at your leisure, we invite you to attend our , Fourth Great Souvenir Day TO-DAY From 10 a. m. Till 8 p. m. Demonstration of the National Biscuit Company's cakes and crackers will be given all day, served with chocolate and Dewey coffee free. Also a free sample of Whitman's Cocoa, enough to make 9 cups of cocoa. THIS SOUVENIR DAY WILL BE BIGGER AND BETTER Our souvenir baskets are heavier laden, our store Is prettier, our stock is the largest in the State, and the refreshments are going to be the best that we and the National Biscuit Company can provide. A sample box of Whitman's new X-pound Fussy package will be given free with each cash purchase of 25c or more. The souvenir baskets, which will be given only to ladies, will contain assortments of the following: LIST OF SAMPLES IN THE CRYSTAL'S GREATEST FREE PREM IUM ASSORTMENT. LaValliere Perfume and Toilet Re quisites. W. & B. Swedish Hair Powder. Woodbury's Facial Powder. Sharp & Dahmes Violet Toilet Powder. Tetlows Famous Swan-Down. Tetlows' Orris Root Florentine. Poudre Elcaya, Rachel. Creme Elcaya, Rachel. Sels Aromatiques, Morny. Daggett & RamsdehV Perfect Cold Cream Soap. Sylvan Toilet Soap. Jergen's Violet Glycerine Soap. Parjum Djp Kiss, Kerkoff. Sana-Dermal Talcum. Corylopsis of Japan Talcum. Babcock's Honey Suckle Perfume. Babcock's Corylopsis of Jap. Perfume. Vantines Wistaria Blossom Per fume. "Techcaressor" Papier Poudre. Eau De Cologne Bath Salts. Hanson & Jenks Violet Toilet Water. Parjum Azurea, L. T. Piver. Poudre de Riz, Ziska. Hinds Honey & Almund Cold Cream. Savon "Milaja' Jergens' Benzoin and Almond Lotion Parjum, Floramye. Parjum De Jer Kiss. "Perdentyle" Tooth Paste. "Sempre Glovine." Euthymol Cold Cream. Azomis Skin Lotion. Euthymol Tooth Paste. Paggett & Ramsdell's Cold Cream. Halcyon Rose Cold Cream. Woodbury's Facial Cream. Violet Toilet Soap Brut. Ed. Pinaud's Mirror. The Crystal Pharmacy The Store Brent Building Phones 921-922 REMEMBER THE DAY-TO-DAY. YOU ARE WELCOME I i