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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1913.
Over the Coffee Gups (By Celia Myrover Robinson.) ALONE. 1 cannot say and I will not say hat he is dead he's just away; "With a cherry smile and a wave of his hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming: how very fair It needs must be since he lingers there. And you, O you, who the wildest yearn. For the old-time step and the glad re turn . ' Think of him faring- on, as dear In the love of there as the love of here: Think of him still the same, I say. He is not dead he is just away. nJames Whltcomb Riley. LEAVES FOR HER HOME IN YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO. Mrs. Sophie 'Werry left yesterday for her home in Toungstown, Ohio, after having spent several weeks visit ins Mr. and Mrs. Scbolz, of 1000 North Alcaniz street. Accompanying Mrs. Werry on her return trip was Miss Elizabeth Scholz, of this city. They will spend some time visiting friends and relatives in Youngstown. Ohio, and Pittsburg, Pa., before going home. BIRMINGHAM TO BE HEADQUARTERS PLAYGROUND ASSOCIATION. Birmingham has been selected as headquarters of the southern division of the National Playground Associa- tlon. The Birmingham News contains the following apropos to the movement: j Early in March has been named as the time for the arrival of George Set- s tie from New York to establish the headquarters of the southern division of the National Playground Associa- j tion in Birmingham, by George A. j Belamy, secretary of the national body, now in this city. One-half of , the annual $2,000 appropriation, nec- essary to land the headquarters ami secretary of the Magic City was , pledged by the chamber of commerce; directors Thursday, and the other ! half Is to be procured Friday at noon at a lunceon given under the auspices ' of the Birmingham Playground Asso- t elation. With the aid of the volunteer work ers and field men. Secretary Settle most likely will go into the playground survey of Birmingham before that of any other city. Secretary George Bel lamy is more than pleased that Bir- mingham is to be the center of theiton Academy mgh School, ls advocat southern playground movement, nilng simplicity in the gowns worn by this city was hi. choice. -and he has,tne m craduates of Mobile. been working to this end the pastj The Rerl8ter of Saturday has the Birmingham is to be the pivot of ar- j ties in territory extending from Rich- of Atlanta, Ga,, and to the Mississippi river on the west. The principal citlast in mis aecuua nave prwnmeu irun; $500 to $1,000 in support of the secre- ttary and headquarters, which will cost $8,500 yearly. Offices will be opened by Mr. Settle in a downtown building but he will divide his time in super vising working' in the various cities in the soutnern division. As Birmingham will derive the chief benefit of his ex pert knowledge of the playground movement and the major portion of his time, individually, it was deemed est contribution towards the sustain ing of the secretary and headquarters. As Mr. Bellamy stated to the News Thursday afternoon prior to the action of the chamber of commerce in giving $1,000 towards the movement annually, he considers Birmingham the best city in the south for the divisional , headquarters "Memphis wanted the headquarter?, but Birmingham U more conveniently located, and this city has the greater need for an expert just at this time to lay foundation for the future creation spots of the city," said Mr, Bellamy. w ui psywiuiueiwi . .wurni w. j mingham, and the psychological city; for the awakening- or tne piaygrouna : movement. As the playground status ! is In nucleus form here, the scope of the building to be done to convert th.3 raw material of city blocks into play grounds for the district is almost too far reaching for the average mind to comprehend. I can see the latent possibilities of a great playground sys tem, if properly planned, and for this reason I am especially happy that Mr. Settle, with his trained mind and prac- Tha Pur Food Store. Whara Qual. Ity Relgna Supreme. WE like to recom mend Bishop's Fruits, because they rep resent the cream of the California production, put up in style par ex cellence. BisKop's Apple Butter which we are showing in large glass jars, is in keeping with the general excellence of the entire line of Bishop's goods. It is delicious. 30c a jar. Sol Cahn & Co. Agants Nunnatlys CanaMaa. Phanaa. 1730.1721. tical experience, will be available for this building." Mr. Bellamy will leave Friday night for Atlanta and other southern points to continue his present tour, being made for the national association. He was in Birmingham about this time last year and planted the seed for the local playground movement which has to bear fruit in the coming of the new secretary from New York. SOMETHING NEW IN A BRIDAL SHOWER. With the invitations to a "bridal shower" was sent a request that re cipient would bring a long-stemmed, white rose, with her card attached. Qn the back of the card she was to write a humorous verse or a sentiment appropriate to a bride. The bride her self was requested tp appear "very early" on the appointed day, says an exchange. As each guest entered the house with her beautiful, long-stemmed white rose, she laid it In a flat basket which was presented to her in the halL When all had arrived the hostess brought in the basket, and each rose was lifted in turn and its sentiment read, and then presented by the hostess to the bride, whose arms were soon full of the love ly blossoms. As the last card was read the hostess handed the bride a piece of wide, white satin ribbon, and the roses were tied into a great white bunch... For the same reception the hostess prepared a few other conceits. Each guest received, on entering, the bride'? card with the date and a picture of i th brM fn th inmr Later came another surprise entire- ly for the bride. Over the entrance in the drawing room there was a bridal bell made of an inverted peach basket covered with white paper roses. There was no clapper, but the bottom of the basket was closed over by a niece of white paper through which hung four white ribbons. The bride pulled these, and there broke through the paper four little frtfts, which proved to be the "something old and something new something borrowed and something blue," to be worn on the wedding day. The refreshment table was prettily decorated with a centerpiece of write roses, and there was a bride's loaf Cf frosted silver cake containing little favors indicative of fortune; this the bride cut and passed. Each guest re ceived as a final favor a bridal slipper j containing rice. ADVOCATES SIMPLICITY IN GRADUATION GOWNS. DlMenters to tne sImpncIty plan of the Barton Academy High School cama forward Thursday, flying colors I of independence and with eloquent ex-' presslons against the proposed $10 limit for graduation dress expense. "Isn't it just too horrid for anything, Alice?" spoke out one blue-eyed beauty Thursday to her chum in the graduat ing class, "to think they want us to wear the plainest sort of dress for commencement? "Why don't they make us wear uniforms and be done witi it? Oh. it's wicked!" The chief executive of Mobile is no dissenter to the dress "reform" scheme however. No, indeed. Mayor Laz Schwartz pondered over the problem seriously in his office, for the mayor Is the father of girls himself and he has a fellow-feeling for other parents. "It's -no easy question, ithis dress problem," he mused. "Now. how would a standard pattern do? It seems to me i as if some sort of distinctive dress j could be designed. Something neat nQt dQ o( course to nave all the presidency. His mother's anxiety was , dresse8 alike That would be too much B? her. as to the trouble Hk m orphanage. tne jinea cf, ahead that on his account the visit L,, garment be agreed upon, then let,9 blef one' and An- th. , tn moth.r. arr.n, th Madero. the young sisters of the ana girnsn ana styiisn. iso, it wouia ltrlminlllgB to suit themselves. The divlduality could be express In the rib i bons, for instance, or in the embroid- Embroidery is inexpensive. Then. t -rrv ..t th of thft .aAnt. ; ,.f t10 Kf h shape. The graduation costume could i .1 . i ,j. u be the distinctive mark of the grad-jers Tti. wn th! nr.min , considerable of a strain upon a great , number of the parents so let the limtt be a moderate sum, say J10." Rebelling against the proposed ban on graduation day dresses costing over $10. Mrs. 8. Rosen of 359 Monroe street came forward with her views on the tuition fee. "They did not ask the advice of the parents on the tuition fee," said Mrs. Rosen to a Register man. "They did not inquire if the parents could pay the fees amounting to 115. but now the proposition is brought up to limit the expense of the girls' dresses. While I do not believe in extrava gant display for this day. I do not be lieve in the simplicity plan. The most expensive dress can be made very plain, very simple. Each one con cerned should use her own judgment in the matter. The material for a dress can be bought for about $7 or $8; that would be about right. The girls stay on the stage for only a short time, and at that distance no one could tell if they are wearing' lace costing 5 cents or $25 a yard. A new dress always looks pretty, no matter how much it costs. It should be made so it can be used more than for just this one occasion. Otherwise it's extrav agance. "Now I suppose the ones than can least afford it will have the most ex pensive dresses. That's usually the way." Mrs. E. H. Shaffer of 52 George street said that she did not advocate extreme simplicity as suggested for some of the mothers In the Register Thursday. "I believe it ls very doubtful if a suitable dress could be made for $10," said Mrs. Shaffer, "and anyway, the outlay should not be limited to any certain sum. I would not favor a dress that is too elaborate, however. Let it be something in white, dainty and girlish, of some simple material. Has Never COFFEE roasted the ordinary way is only partially roasted, according to French ideals. The French Market Coffee way is the scientific way, producing a perfect roast. Slowlycarefully the roasting goes on until exactly the right moment arrives. The slow roast reduces about 10 per qent more weight than the ordinary roast. All excess of oil vanishes. Yet the delicate flavor and aroma is there, intensified and en hanced. , Chilled, Ground and Hermetically Sealed DIRECT from the roasters, the coffee is chilled in a cold-air-blast machine. This chilling closes the pores of the bean, thus preventing a single breath of the entrancing aroma to escape in the vapors. jt Graduation comes only once; It's quite an event In a girl's life. The long gloves are not necessary. I believe, nor are the flowers." Mrs. J. R. Courtright of Monterey street likewise Is disinclined to agree with the $10 limit idea "A simple dress, sweet and girlish, should meet with favor of the mothers, I 'would not care to be cci.flned to a stipulated amount, although kindly un derstand that I am-opposed to any ex travagant display." Mrs. J. H. Campbell of 302 Monroe street declares her sympathy to be with the mothers who would limit the expenditure: "I believe $10 would be a reasonable cost. And the flowers could be dis pensed with." THE MADERO FAMILY AND AMERICAN FRIENDS. There is one city more than another in this country where sympathy for the misfortunes which have befallen the Madero family is most keenly felt. That city is Galveston, Texas. The members of this family, is many as 50 at a time, have spent the summer in Galveston for the last six years, and have made many friends. The family 1 . . - . -.,i nas cnarming traits ana is one or tne i"" norarou. m encu. uneot uiBjRai!. a dark-eyed senorita, who was j s"irIs 8aii 11 was uit a task to re- ( at a luncheon in Galveston given by i member her first cousins' names. as!the jiisses Hernandez, talked as glibly ?c "au ol "iera- esion peo ple are usea to rearing mat tne .nia deros have taken an entire floor of hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Madero, Sr.. with a large number of relatives, were in Galveston when Francisco Madero, Jr., was nominated for the Mexican ln-jlate President, were with their par ents, ana at a nausicaie Aterceaes sang j several French and Spanish ballads to I lAlgela'g accompaniments. Many pret ty compliments were paid the young singer, among which was a bouquet of "L""5 w .ucut,. 3 are called in New York. These flow- were sent by Miss Rebecca Sealy 'banker, who is now Mrs. Clifford D. ,Ma"0";' ' Columbia Heights. Brook '1" Jlr: Sr' enJfd s j to select anything in the city as a 'souvenir of the occasion. Her Gal veston friends thought her choice Phone Us Today for a free estimate to wire and equip your home with ELECTRIC LIGHTS ensacoia Electric Co. New Business Department Phone 106 French Market Coffee Been Successfully Imitated It Cannot Be 'would be a rare jewel, but 1. was not; ! it was a white French poodle. There ! was a laugh when her Galveston chum jsaid: "Think, Mercedes, of being told to get anything you want and to want a dog." That dog was the most Im portant member of the Madero private car party returning to Mexico. This simplicity of tastes characterizes all the members of the family. Money was lavishly spent upon their educa tion, but they affect no ostentation either in manner or dress. The Ma dero wealth can not be appraised. About 33 members of the family were in Galveston the greater part of last summer. In this party were Er nesto Madero and wife. They were well entertained and reciprocated many courtesies. The Misses Hernan dez, cousins of the late president, with several of their relatives, remained until the fall and were active partici pants in the social life of Galveston. It was their brother Marcos Hernan dez, who threw himself before the president when arrested In the national palace and was killed. So many of the Madero family have been educated in New York that they can talk, like New Yorkers. The girls are sent to convents in that city and the bov to SChool there. Little Miss of the subway, the "L." and other New i York features as if that city of sky scrapers was her own. They all play bridge and are as companionable as any' American boy or girl. To anyone intimate with the Ma deros in their family life of culture and refinement it seems impossible to place them mid the tragic events of the last few days. The women did not speak often of the revolution of two years ago, but all bore their share in those unhappy days. Mrs. Francisco Madero, wife of the president, shared camp with her husband whenever it was risible and had many thrilline adventures. Yet she, too, was too modest to make any mention of that time. Knowing this family as Galves- TITLED ENGLISH WOMAN IN AMERICA Countess oi Aberdeen. The Countess of Aberdeen is the ti tled English woman who has been Chaperoning Violet Asquith, daughter of the English premier, on her visit to America. Lady Aberdeen's second son was the fiance of Miss Asquith before his death a year or two ago. NEW SPRING LACES AND EMBROIDERIES GUTMAN'S 16 South Palafox. 4 Quicklyby automatic machinery this freshly roasted, freshly ground, freshly chilled, delicious coffee is placed in tin cans, and hermetically sealed. So it comes to your table &S perfect ' as when it left the roasters untouched by human hands. ' Famous for Over a Hundred Years EVEN when French Market Coffee could b had only in the old French Market at New Orleans, over a hundred years ago, it was celebrated all over the South. Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and other fa mous men of olden times visited the French Market to enjoy the rarely delicious beverage. But now you all may serve it daily on your own table. For the rare old French blend has been per petuated by the French Market Mills, and the hermetically-sealed process places genuine French Market Coffee within the reach of all. For Sale at Your Grocer's Try it once and you'll agree "There is only one real old French Market flavor." The coffee with a history. FRENCH MARKET MILLS ' (New Orleans Coffee Co., Ltd, Proprietors) NEW ORLEANS Pictorial Review Patterns For March Are Now en Sale at MISS HERRIMAN'S. Just Received New shipment of Lingerie and Tailored Shirt Walata the latest atylea. LA MODE. ton people do, the Mexican events take on additional weight, as it is not neighbors of the- sister republic of which they are reading, but friends who are in despair. Galveston (Tex.) correspondent in New York Times. PERSONAL MENTION. Mts. Rosa Doll, of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Scholz, at 1000 North Alcaniz street. She ar rived on the 4:15 train yetterday af ternoon and will spend several days here. Apalachieola, March 2 Miss E. M Hollister, the pianist of the Dream land theatre, has severed her connec tion as such, and in the future Miss Gladys Comforter will be an attrac tive member of the orchestra. Mr. J. H. Trump, of -Quincy, and brother of Columbia, .S. C. were vis itors to the city durinar the week. Mrs. M. E. Pickett will leave for Leighton, Ala., Tuesday, where she will vrelt her -laughter, Mrs. R. H, King. It is expected her visit will be for a portion or all of the summer. Mr. G. W. Witham, f Atlanta, was a visitor during the week. Formerly Mr. Witham was connected with the Cypress Lumber Company of this city. His aiany trienas were glad to see him. Citizens of Apalachieola regret to know that Mrs. M. Brash will close her business and move to Columbus In the near future. MONDAY'S MONEY MAKER SPECIAL SHOE SALE of Ladies' 14-button tan calf Shoes their real value $3.50 Our selling price for Mon day will be $2.64 All sizes. See window display. Meyer Shoe Co Where the Good Shoes Come Erom APALACHICOLA. ' NOW OPEN ! The Embroidery Shop (Mrs. L. M, Fuatey.) at 32 South Palafox Street (Singer Sewing Machine Co. Office) Complete line of all kinds' of hand-embroidered work and materials V. F. Balkcom Drug Co. Penaacola'a Economical Drug Store. Phone 19. 17 South Palafox Street. QUICK DELIVERY. You will never regret it. This Bank will help you and give you Interest on your Savings compounded quarterly. Pensacola State Bank BANKRUPT SALE Continues. Hoomes Furniture Co. 26-28 .East Garden Street. TheM.&O. On the 8quare. 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