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'1HE PEN SAC OLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1912.
1 p wvvvvyyyvwyyy People and Events o Fhone 3S. From 3 to 5:30 p. m., and from 7 to 9 p. m. Residence Phone 2080. A Very Special Sale Natfty Shirtwaists for Women of By Bonnie Burnham. .SLSLSUULSLSLSLJU THE HOME LAND. MAUVE VOILE COWN A SUMMER FAVORITE a Jktjf I V Mil' TiTNv . i v ii 1 Oil ! !1 HI A. ( ' J iM i I toll and I spin, but there's no one here to care; Oh, the smell of the peat and the feel of Irish air, Ths green of the woods and the river running' through. And the kind eyes, the true eyes, the eyes of Irish blue! It's little he knew, when he begged me to stay. That my heart It said, "Yes!" when my Hps were tellin "Nay!" Oh, the gold of the. sun as we stood alone, we two. And the kind eyes, the irue eyes, the eyes of Irish blue! There's naught loves me here, but , from far across the sea There's a green little valley that la calling still to me Just a patch of furze and woodland, with the river running through, And the kind eyes, the true eyes, the eyes of Irish blue! MARTHA HASKELL, CLARK. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. He who goes down Into the battlo of g life giving a smile for every frown, a cheery word for every cross one, and lending a helping hand to tha unfortunate, Is after all, the best of missionaries. By thine own soul's law learn to live. And If men thwart thee, take no heed, And If men hate thee, have no care: Ping thou thy song and do thy deed, Hope thou thy hope and pray thy prayer. MRS. A. E. 8. M'GUIRE IN EVANSTON, ILL. Mrs. A. E. S. McGulre, of "Harris, Fla., Is in -Evanston, 111., this week, the guest of friends. She reports the weather extremely warm In the north, and will he glad to get back to th-a delicious breeze8 on "The Narrows." She will return In about two weeks. SUIT STYLES NOT TO CHANGE SO NOTICEABLY. The woman who bought a good looking tailored suit late last sepson will have cause to congratulate her self upon the fact that the suit-styles hive not changed so radically during tie past Kix months, and that her sit, if reasonably plain, may -slip tlrough at least a part of another ewson. The lines of the coats and the Tong icparate wraps are to he about 'the lame, the side-button effect to bo ex '.remely popular. The long coat will :e Indlspensible with the separate one piece dresses, again. THE AVERAGE WOMAN. f your wages are even fair, my son inougn tne cost or living ls high f you're in love, I tell you. my son. i w on i go to tarry too long, my eon Just make ud the min nf win Tor if you're in love and she loves you, , Why, the average woman will do. If troublesome cares molest, my son, i And worry and fret draw near, Tou'll find she will do her best, my son. To drive them away with her cheer. So, don't hesitate too long, my son Just take her and cherish her true. For If you're in love and sh loves you, Why, the average woman will do. HORACE SEYMOUR KELLER. ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The public Is invited to a fine mu sical program this evening which has been prepared by some of the mu sicians and other artists of the First Fresbyterian church. The' hour Is eight o'clock, and a number of the city's best known musicians will pax- W. L. -J. ,i MM. a. 1 Nadinola Talcum WILL PLEASE THE MOST EXACTING There's None- Better Contains More Antiseptics Sets free Jutt . enough oxygen to keep the skin white, soft, smooth and healthy. jNadinoIa Talcum Powder Is composed entirely of sanative ingredients. Soft as , velvet. Guaranteed. By toilet counters ; or by mail. 25 cents. i VATIOHAX. TOILET COMPANY. M Tmm $7 i f Here in a stunning gown of mauve voile combined with mauve satin, which is proving a summer favorite. The satin bretelles pass beneafi the lower part of the bodice, the one on the left side forming a sash and edged with ball fringe. Pointed Inserts of shadow lace trim the shoulders and Cliffy tleipate, among whom will be Mr. W. S. Garfield, Miss Nell Burrow, Miss Adelaide Garfield, and Prof. Scott. There will also b a number of reci tations. 41 "Yy&Aj ppfCT SuowvtY r Lip' LIKE5 -TtoV USUAL FRIDAY FROLICKING TODAY. Pensacola's young business people. who have served the sweltering public all during the week from behind the counters, will enjoy life as usual this Friday afternoon at the various fine places of recreation In and about Pensacola. The afternoon boats to the Island will carry many private parties, and also many Independent excursionists. "Speaking of outlandish sights, which we weren't," observed Father, laying down a copy of a woman's fashion Journal, "the styles the women are wearing nowadays are the limit." "Indeed," exclaimed Mother. "Certainly. Why, an over-dressed, befeathered and beheaded Azteo squaw would look like a simple coun try girl alongside of 'em. Talk about your riot of color the costume of a fashionably dressed woman of today has Joseph's much-famed Jacket malting love to the mat. Say, honest, a 70-cent Pouse Cafe isn't in It Why, the anti-noise society oughta ' "Pause" aid Mother, "hesitate. Allow me to interpolate a word in , defense of my sex. You men can tnantc yourselves ror woman s pres ent hectic garb. You've encouraged it. Should I go to the theatre with you looking like a faded little Sweet William in a garden of American Beauty rosea, would your bosom swell with pride? I think not. Of course some women "Ah," murmered Father, thinking to quell his spouse with this snappy reioinder, "but why the superabund arlce of tone? Why the crash of cymbals the Wagnerian Interpreta tion of color?x-.Yo'j can hear them corning while they're" yet In the off 1l., wherever that la The wear and tear on the ear-druma is ruin ous." "You men should know," continued Mother, utterly Ignoring friend Father's little sally, "that your wives are bulletin boards whereon you announce that wifle has a new sixty dollar hat and you paid for it. Mr. Jones next door may not know that It cost $60, but be sure that Mrs. J. does. And J. Is not long kept In ignorance of It. Ergo: you get an Al alongside your name in Jones's mental credit book. Dunn's and Bradstreet's have nothing a all on us." "Mother," said Father later on aa he turned to the sport page, "wear that new rose-colored thing of yours at the Smith's tomorrow night; it's the best looking gown you've got. Looks like a million dollars." Mother's smile was the last word. I? 1 Lingerie and Tailored Waists, $1.25 and $1.50 values - This is an extremely attractive lot of smart, pretty Shirtwaists which will attract the eye of the ladies at once. True, there are values up to $1.50 in this special array of bargains, but we have decided to group these dainty lingeries and the more "mannish" tailored styles in just one sale lot. r This is the story: 3 Watson, Parker Reese Co. N "Everything to Wear MISS SUSIE STEARNS AT CAMP WALTON. Among the recent arrivals from Pensacola at Camp Walton is Miss Susie Stearns, who will spend her vacation there this year. Miss Steams has a host of warm Pensacola friends, who sincerely hope that she will re turn much benefitted by her holiday. MR. JACK RANDLE IN EAST FLORIDA. Mr. Jack Randale, of the San Car los, is enjoying life on the East Coast Just now, having left the city Monday. He will visit various points of Inter est, before returning, which will be In about ten days. The Pure Food Store Whsre Quality Ralgns Supreme Such Soups as these save much un necessary work on dinners and lunch eons: franco-American and Campbell's Soups are delicious, whole some and nourishing. They are easily pre pared, pure and full flavored. Come in pint and quart tins. May we send a few cans ?. Sol CaHn & Co. . Agents Nunnally's Candies. Phones, 1720-1721. MISS HALL IN WISCONSIN. Miss Marion Hall, -of the San Car los, who is spending two months in the north very pleasantly this sum mer, left Chicago yesterday for points in Wisconsin, where she will visit friends at the various Wisconsin lakes. She will return to her duties about September first. MR. AND MRS. GEO. EMERSON VISITING IN THE CITY. Mr. and Mrs. George Emerson, of Montgomery, are guests in Pensacola for a few weeks. They are well known Montgomery people, and the "Adver tiser" notes their departure for this city In yesterday's Issue. GOES TO CAMP WALTON. Mr. Marrltt Steams, the popular (stenographer of E. E. Saunders & Co., left Tuesday for Camp Walton to spend part of his vacation. He will return in time to take in the excursion to New Orleans on the tenth of this month. and. It is learned, is greatly improved in health. He will probably return to Pensacola next week. PICNIC AT THE COUNTRY CLUB. A number of the younger girls spent the day at the Country club yester day, a fine out of door picnic being enjoyed. The Jolly crowd left the city on the eleven o'clock car. ENTERTAINMENT TO BE AT BAYVIEW PARK. The entertainment to have been given today by J. B. Perkins, superin tendent of the First Christian Sunday school, at his home on East Jackson street, will be given at Bayview Park instead. VISITS IN BIRMINGHAM. Miss Charlotte T. Gonzalez, of Pen sacola, Fla., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Gonzalez, of Woodlawn, Ala Miss Gonzalez is an accomplished violinist, and through her kindness the host and hostess and others who are fortunate enough to make her ac quaintance will enjoy many beautiful selections. Miss Gonzalez has made (Continued oa Page Eight.) AMERICAN WOMAN'S LEAGUE TO MEET TODAY. The regular meeting of the Ameri can Woman's League is scheduled for : this afternoon at four o clock. The session will be held at No. 314 South Florida Blanca street, and all mem bers are expected to be presenL NEW CITY CLUB HAS PLEASANT MEETING. Th Vbw Otv club lipid n vpi-v rl a- Hitfnl mftinr vesterdaTifternoon with Mrs. Barton Pepper acting as i hostess. Flinch was the game cf the I afternoon, a dainty ice course Demg rtss Nell Burrow will be hos tess at the meeting which will take place two weeks from yesterday. MRS. I. WOLFE ENTERTAINED. Mrs. I. Wolfe was hostess of the Entre Nous club yesterday, the after noon being given over to six hand euchre. Mrs. A. Rosenahl won the first prize, a hand embroidered shirt waist, and the hostess the consola tion. The guest prize fell to Mrs. S. A. Friedman, who, in turn, presented it to Misses Levy and Lewey. HON. JOHN E. STILLMAN AT-BLOUNT SPRINGS. Hon. John E. Stillman, who has been away for several weeks, at Tate Springs, Tenn., Washington Springs, Va., and other mountain re sorts, is vw at Blount Springs, Ala What's in a Name Is sometimes indicated by the article itself. This applies with particular and peculiar fcrce to Home-Spun As a name itself it indicates those qualities of real worth and merit as understood from pioneer days. HOME-SPUN Syrup was the pioneer in the realm of Georgia and Alabama Ribbon Cane Syrup. From having been the pioneer Syrup it has become by process of natural de velopment as a whole to the perfected article. .. . .. -;-. . . , : . M V. F. BALKCOM DRUG CO. I i1kfldVfl I) I VhoPnTi 9 whfh.rvr.mtpt,nfl enflh i This is the Last Week Pensacola'a Economical TT T" 9 ""'" tiervey s Grest HaH PfiC8 Sale t i You get a delicious bit .,. . I of wholeaome liquid food, HememDer, at MUSLIN UNDERWEAR tT" i Z being sold at oosft and below at 0 V.entS. Re 3(3 V-tO" V'eaF SfOrB MISS HERRIMAN'S -the san carlos hotel. J) J Heart and Home Problems By Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am nine teen and n love with a girl of twenty-five. I am a tall as my father and look fully as old as my, girl. She says she will marry me but my parents are against it. She la a good girl, but they say I am too young to marry. Now must I wait until I am twenty-one before I marry? BOB. You certainly must wait until you are twenty-one If you wish to marry without your parents' consent. Also, I think your parents are very wise. Bob. You should respect that wisdom. The girl may be all right in every way, though I question her Judgment in being willing to marry a lad of your age. A girl of twenty-five ought to have more sense than that, and should wish for a man nearer her own age. However, the sensible thing for you to do is to wait until you are twenty one. Then, if you and the girl Btill think you love each other enough to marry, and you are able to support a wife, the marriage may be all right. However, I doubt very much if you will be of the same mind two years hence, while the girl, In that time, will probably have found a more suitable match. m Iear Mrs. Thompson: I am four teen years old and have two brothers, one younger and one older. My moth er is dead and I have to take care of the house. I do all the housework and cooking and washing and I never have any fun like ether girls. When I say anything to my father, that he ought to mak my brothers FRECKLES P m w Your grocer has it. Call for it today. Made by Vantfiver Planting S Canning Co. Montgomery, Alabama. Don't Hide Them With a Veil? Remove Them With the New Drug. An eminent skin specialist recently discovered a new drug, othlne doubla strength, which is so uniformly success or,,' ir, Tmovir.ff freckles and riving a i t Mr beautiful complexion that it is s"ld by Crvstai fnariracy unaer an ab solute guarantee to refund the money If it f&U. , . , Don't hide your freckles under a veil; ret an ounce of othlre and remove them. wat the first nizht s use will show a wonderful improvement, some of the 'v.rr freckles vanishing entirely. It is tbsolutely harmless, and cannot Injure the most tenaer etiin. t sur to ask Crista! Pharmacy for the double strength, othice; it Is this that Is sold on the money back guaran tee. All Hats very, very cheap at THE FASHION, all next week. help, he says housework Isn't boy's work and I must do the best I can. I had to stop school after my mother died. Ion't you think I ought to get some education, Mrs. Thompson? Isn t there any way you can tell me so I won't have to stay here all the time and do all the work? MARIETTA. Your burdens are too heavy, little girl. Your father certainly ought to see to it that you are not overtaxed. It would not be at all unmanly for your brothers to help you with the hardest work. Many splendid men have helped their- wives with the housework, thinking it more dignified for a man to help his wife than it would be for him to let her become a worn-out drudge. The right kind of a man wants his womenfolk to be healthy and happy. Your father has probably not thought about it that way and, perhaps, if you will show this to him, he will be only too glad to take steps to make yoijr burden lighter. Perhaps he will have the laundry work sent ouit. vr see thst some strong woman comes to help you, if your brothers can't be induced to do it. A little girl of 14 ought to have wme good times, and surely she ought to have at least a "good common school education. I hope you may go back to school when the next term opens. Dear Mrs. Thompson: My chum was engaged to a man and had a Quarrel with him and broke the en gagement. Because he is a friend of mine and I haven't turned him down, she won't speak to me. She says I am trying to teal him away, but 1 am not. I like another man a gaod deal better. Do you think I ought to turn down this man because my chum did, when he is a friend of mine and ! always has been? I don't want to lorfe my chum, either. BERTHA. If the man is all right, i: don't see why you should be unkind to him Just because your chum doesn't like him. She is rather unreasonable. Possibly she would like to make up with him and is a little Jealous of you. I would not see any more of the young man than I could help, if I were you. Do not encourage him to visit you, but be pleasant to him should you meet him. Nobody could find fault with such an attitude. Wasn't a Dentist. One dull day in a law office in a small Kansas town, says the Kansas City Star, the lawyer and his assistants were much surprised to see entering the door a man with a badly swollen face tied up in a bl handkerchief. Before raying any thing he sank wearily into a chair. Scenting an assault and battery case, and perhaps a damage suit, the lawyer brisk ly Inquired what he could do for? the weary one, and the answer he received was: "Say, is this the place where you pull teeth?" "No," replied the lawyer. "We some times help people to cut their teeth, but we never pull them." m Belle Mead Sweets v Chocolates and Bon Bona The Candy of jX'Quality" Absolutely guaranteed to contain no glucose, no artificial coloring, chemical preservatives or cheapening adulterants. They are not only can dies of highest artistic merit, but they are PURE Candies. 2E3C t x-gri i3 "Th Little Drug Store Around the Corner." American National Bank Building East Government Street Phone 85. Calling Pa. "Ma put over a good one on pa, all right, all right." "What was it?" "He waa putting up a shelf in the pan try and accidentally hit his thumb with the hammer. While he was dancing around, saying a lot of awful things, ma rushed into the kitchen and said: 'John, top that language right away. Just re. member you're not out at a baseball park now. ' Detroit Free Press. Johnnie I passed the examination to day. Father Great What kind of an ex. amination was it? Johnnie An oculist looked into all of our eyes. Every Lady's Wearing White Pumps And no wonder, for they are so cool and comfortable these hot summer days, they look cool, too, and the looks help through sugges tion. Drop in and sec the new white Bucks, they're real beauties; priced from $2.50 to $4.00. with the white canvas pump from $1.50 to $3.50. BOSTON Shoe Store 4 Now at 113 S. Palafox.