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iHE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1913.
V - ' . " People and Events - By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON. ro t fl o a cobs- : Phone 38. i From a. i :to 1 p. m.. to p. m. g .SLSLSJULBJLSmJ THESE ARE GLAD. Whenever I am downcast or blue. Ana ciouas are thick, and no sun Shines through And It threatens rain, and It threatens storm. And the day Is chilly and won't set warm. And shivering dors seek a building's V lee. . And the world Is rloomv as it ran be. Then I have a thought, and don't feel so cad. For I know some folks In the world are glad. The early blooms may be chilled and dead. The city gloomy, and laughter fled; The gutters brimming, and streets bogged down. And all of the future look sere and brown; The days may seem to Just drag along, ! .Ana. the wild bird may hare forgot Its song: But the world's all right,' and is fall of glee. And some folks are as glad as they well could be. Hirsch, Mrs. Ike Hirschman, and Mrs. Rosa Kaplan. At Thursday's meeting the first prize was won by Miss Beine Cahn, who played for Mrs. Ike Hirschman, and was a silver condiment holder. Mrs. Ga.be Hirsch won the consolation, a pretty Jardiniere, and the guest prize was won by Miss Rosenau. Mrs. Mor ris Bear's attractive guest. Others guests of the club were Miss Florrie Lehman, of Greenville, the guest of Miss Lichten and Miss Cecils Rotholz, of Birmingham, who is visiting Mrs. Jake Bear. The Young Woman's club, which Is sure to prove one of the pleasantest of the afternoon clubs, will meet on next Thursday with Mrs. Leon Gun derschelmer. Aye, some are glad as they well could be! For some the world Is aglint with glee! And soma go dancing along the way. And nevr notice the skies are gray. And never notice the blooms are -dead; - The sun shines bright on the path ahead, j And the winds are soft, and bird songs are sweet And . the soul of dancing Is In their " feet. Judd Mortimer Lewis. MOVED UNTIL HOME RENOVATED. s Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Welles and Miss "Xuth Wellesr have moved temporarily 10 one of the residences on Bast Gads Jen street, owned by Mr. Welles, a few Ioots from the family home which was TO PREACH AT UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. The Rev. Marion Crosley, D. D., will preach tomorrow at the Unlversalist church on East Chase street at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m.. recognizing Palm Sunday. Morning subject: "A. Victori ous Christ." Evening theme, "Finding the Lost." , The public is most cordially Invited. U. D. C. INVITED TO ASSIST MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION. At the regular meeting of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, an in vitation was read from the Ladles' Confederate Memorial Association, in viting the Daughters to take part in the memorial observance on April 26. The Invitation was as follows: "The Ladies Confederate Memorial Association cordially invites the Unit ed Daughters of the Confederacy to assist and take part in the Memorial Day celebration on April 26. "Yours respectfully, "MRS. OLIVER J. SEMMES, "Secretary. It has been suggested that, as the state reunion of Confederate Veterans takes place In Pensacola In the fall. It , behooves the various Confederate organizations to take steps to insure the entertainment of the veterans In DIDN'T BELIEVE WA! SAM A Mrs. Fricke Looked Though She Had Been Re lieved of Some Awful Burden. bell - rang and the marchers dispersed with the cry: "Give Us Our Rights." MRS. FORCHEIMER AT ORGAN RECITAL. Mrs. Forcheimer will sing two very fine sacred songs at the weekly organ recital in Christ church on Sunday night. This lady Is the fortunate possessor of a magnificent voice which is thor oughly appclated by her listeners. The following is the grogramme: Fugue for Organ, the "Great" G. Minor; Bach. "Fear Ye Not O, Israel" Dudley ; Buck. Chants Serephique Gullmaut. "A Song of Thanksgiving" Alittsen. March from "Eli" Costa. .mii I, '.Hill:1.:1, ; "r,w rA'iTvwwir 1 tmr,ur4tfv, ,mmma IMIL'4"" '" i- "' ij """"" 1 - - Come Today or Monday to the as Itruck by lightning and burned during a manner such as will reflect honor on the electrical storm of the early part of the week. i these associations and on the city. The Sons of veterans should co-op erate with the U. D. C. and these two MISS AVERY VISITING associations should work during the ,N TEXAS. (coming months to the end that when Miss Stella Avery la vlsitine- m D.il- the veterans assemble in Pensacola las, Texas, the guest of Mrs. S. V. i tftey shall feel that the honor shown Hereford. Mrs. WnrtnrA viaitaA ri'them is not an empty form, but the Avery before , her marriage, and is ' renerous expression of the hospitality pleasantly remembered here as Miss!0 the city and of those Confederate Howell. I organizations that hold the little rem- i" Inant of those who wore the grey as a MISS ELEANOR MARVIN Jsacred trust a trust that is growing IN JACKSONVILLE. I more precious, as the lengthening Miss Eleanor Marvin is the sruestl years- make fewer and fewer those ef her uncle, Mr. John L. Marvin, in Jacksonville Miss Marvin has often visited in Jacksonville, and Is receiv ing - many delightful social courtesies. who once constituted a stalwart band of young manhood, valiantly contend ing for home and country. Texas City, Tex. T went from New Orleans to Galveston, wad from Gal veston to this city," writes Mrs. George Fricke, "in search of health and al though I took different treatments In each place, I got no relief. I had suffered for five years with awful headaches, sick stomach, pains low down, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, and was a wreck. I 1wid no life in me to do anything but Just drag around. I thought there was no cure for me at all. My husband finally said for me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic. He got some, and now, after taking four bot tles, I suffer no more pain, have gained In weight, my appetite is good, and I feel like a 16-year-old girl as though never had a pain in my life. My husband says I certainly look fine, and everyone that knew me be fore, can't believe that I am the same woman. had been relieved of some awful bur den and I have. I will never be wltlhout Cardui in my home." Do you suffer from any of th ail ments peculiar to your sex? If eo, try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It will help you. N. B. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., tor Special Inn; actions or. your case and 64-page book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapper. (Adv.) TO BE THE GUEST OF MISS WARD. Among the visitors in Pensacola on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, of j Cincinnati, and their cousin. Miss Laura Newman, of Earboursville, who were enroute to Cordova Park, where, they are to spend several weeks. Mr. j and Mrs. Taylor come south for a part j of each season and for a number of years occupied the Keyser home at: Sea Breeze. I Newman will stop over in Pensacola i to be the guest of Miss Ella Ward. JOHNSON-DERNHAM MARRIAGE ON MARCH 17TH. A great deal of interest is felt by Pensacola friends in the approaching marriage of Miss Hazel Bern ham and Mr. tiank Johnson, which is to take place in Charleston on March 17th. Miss Dernham is the young daugh ter of Mr. Hart Dernham, who was secretary of the Pensacola Fair and : Racing Association during the racing season In Pensacola a few years ago.1 Mr. Johnson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, formerly of this , city, but now making their home In Hosford, Florida, EDUCATIONAL BILLS BEFORE LEGISLATURE. The advent of the "School Master" In the White House may not be having all to do with it. but nevertheless in They say I look as though I : almost all of the states whose legis- j latures are meeting this spring, many educational bills are being presented. Sallie Blake, Mrs. Fred Meyers Miss Carrie Brevard. and THE ALPHA KAPPA PSI BANQUET. Miss Helen Carter, of Pensacola was a representative from one of the so rorities at the Florida State College for NEW CLUB IS ADDITION TO SOCIAL LIFE. The Young Woman's club held Its first meeting on Thursday afternoon with Mrs.. M. J. Elkan on North Barce lona street, and the initial meetlne was a very delightful augury of pleasant b? tne Alpha Kappa Psi sorority. Miss afternoons to come. It is rlanned to i Carter wore white satin trimmed in meet weekly and euchre will prove the Women who attended th banauet given at the college Saturday evening Sonias In graceful profusion. form of recreation. The club has just eight young wom en on its meraber, list, these being: Mrs. Elkan, Mrs. Leon Gunderschelmer, Mrs. Ralph Gunderschelmer, Mrs. Jake Bear, Mrs. Sam Kahn. Mrs. Gabe For Freckled, Rough pr Spotty Complexions From The Dermatologist.) The freckling, discoloring or roughening to which delicate skins are subject after exposure to wind or sun. often aooearlne In earlr spring, may readily be gotten rid t hand-painted and adorned with for lace and fashioned entraine. The table was perfectly appointed and was in the form of a T. placed In a room adorned with Quantities of palms and ferns. The electric lights were shaded in green crepe paper and hung with vines, casting a soft light over the pretty scene. The sorority colors, blue said gold, werey used with charming effect. The center of the table was banked with fragrant roses and at each end dainty bridal wreaths was strewn, while gold ribbon streamers reached from the chandelier to the four corners of the table and these streamers were twined with bridal wreath. The place cards were daintily PENSACOLA GIRLS ATTEND MEETING OF MATRONS' CLUB IN DEFUNIAK. The weekly meetings of the Matrons' club are always thoroughly enjoyable. but none more so than the entertain ment given them last Wednesday af ternoon by Mrs. Bachelor at her home on llth street, says the DeFunlak Breeze. With her usual whole-souled hospi tality Mrs. Bachelor was not content to give onlv the married ladies a .rood time, bnt Include th Younir Ladies' shall provide for an Independent scnool Domino club in her invitations. The system for Incorporated municipalities house was decorated the parlor. ; which will place the city, and country library and hall with ferns and be- under state Jurisdiction to develop Domino their separate proDiems to ine uima-i. fortv.twn wan slaved at ela-ht tables. A compulsory education law lor the score being kept by little Misses 5ren between seven and fourteen years Mary Burke and Berlia Sutton. Mrs. of age providing for minimum 3Chool n w pcurk ami Mtu Tteaaio rMs term together with a raising jf tne e. g.: To retire superannuated teacher on pension In Connecticut. To establish and maintain play grounds in Connecticut and Ohio. To establish vocational schools in Connecticut and Ohio. To provide for medical and dental j Inspection of pupils in Indiana. . To teach agriculture and economics; In high schools; to make the minimum! school term nine months; to ivtjulre a levy of twenty-five mills when term Is shorter than nine months; to re quire music in public schools in Ne braska. To compensate school directors; to provide for a wider use of school -houses in Ohio. Montana not to be outdone has In troduced a bill to enact an entire new school code, drawn by a commission created in 1911 by act of legislature for the purpose of making a general revision and codification of the school j law. L One of the essential laws for the state of Florida, is that In keeping with the growth of her cities, she assisted the charming hostess In serv ing dainty refreshments. Mrs. Bachelor was becomingly gown ed In white lace over messaline. with minimum labor age to agree with suh school law, would be a splendid piece of legislation; but Florida's greatest need is equipment for while she stands Biggest Bargain Even in Pensacola's History. Our Stupendous Expansion Sale nears the end, so you'd better come today Thousands and thousands of dollars' worth of high - grade merchandise going at actual sacrifice prices. Special for Saturday and Monday lO to 10:3 10 yards of High-Grade Calico, Saturday and Monday 11 to 11:30 10 yards Dress Ginghams, Saturday and ACp Monday LOb these hours 25c These specials will be sold at prices only on the days and at the mentioned. BRAWNER-RIERA COMPANY Cor. Palafox and Romana. 5 black velvet trimminsrs. Th visltin NO. 15 in tne list oi states in tne young ladles present included Misses number of children enrolled In pub Virginia Jones, of Augusta, Ga., Mer cedes Hatton and Annie Chapin Mc Lane, of Pensacola, Maggie Gasque. of South Carolina and Colsgrave of La grange, Ind. f. f1?!? wtt? BPrea uhtIy 5vfr get-me-nots with the letters A. K. P. the face before retiring and removed in -.- . uuuo ass f5 vau. Seven courses were served and after the morning with soap and water, corn- pletels peels off the disfigured skin. Get n ounce of the wax at any druggist's. There's no more effective way of banish ing freckles or other cutaneous defects. Llttl skin particles come off each dav. so the jrocesa doesn't even temporarllv mar the omplexlon. and one soon acquires a urana new. spotless, girlishly beautiful face. Wrinkles caused by weather, worry or liinets, are oest treated by a simple solu tion of powdered saxollte, one ounce, dls soled In a half pint witch hasel. Bath Ins the face in this produces a truly mar velous transformation. (Adv.) The Pure Food 8tore. Where Qual. Ity Reigns Supreme. It Betters Bread We just wish to re mind you" again that we j are agents -for the now well and favorably known "BETTER BUTTER" the climax of goodess. You'll like it. butter Sol Cahn & Co. Agents Nunnallys Candles. Phsnea. 1720.1721. each course toasts and speeches were made. This was one of the most brilliant of the social functions given at the college during the school term, and was thoroughly enjoyed by the girls and their guests. The patronesses of the sorority who were present included: Mrs. Fred Roege, Mrs. A. C. Spiller, Mrs. Edwara Conradi, Mrs. George Lewis. Miss lie schools; in the value of school property per child she ranks No. 37. RECIPES OF FIRST LADY OF THE LAND. The wife of the new president of the United States has frequently said that she is a homemaker, and not a house keeper; that she believes In comfort AN INTERESTING FEATURE AT PENSACOLA HIGH SCHOOU rtrls are, unmlstakahiv Riiffrn-ttA . and has made It a practice all her life Friday at noon they had a grand page- to Bt"a the needs and desires of ant with banners and nlawrta Tt;tnose arounu ner iiu ucver wsnucc MM Large, New Sample Box of will be give Saturday WMMMf chase of 25 cei-- or mc. .. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY "THE REXALL STORE." BRENT BUILDING. wag led by "General" Kathleen Caro, followed by four suffragettes, Doro thy Osgood, Lola Lee Daniels, Sylvia Kinney and Belle Walton, who car ried a large banner Inscribed with: "Let the Heart-Breakers Vote." them to household gods. The Wilson home at Princeton and the summer capital at Sea Girt, re flected this feminine faculty of making home livable and luxurious and at the 1 MMrrMMi i Yr ivlv 'v it jriAU'viZre2k, same time scrupulously cared for. Mrs Then vera su.vrni r.iHf anoM-hMi Wilson is a southerner and has lnher- made by Jodie Sullivan, Gladys CahJ "ed the southern woman's ability ta Kathrine ' Friedman, and Kathleen! K lnto her Kitclum and prepare a dish Caro that puts her cook to the blush. She The most amusing feature was the has natural knack of surrounding pantnr. r nn. r.r tv. tuo-h Vis.ni hnvi herself and her family with the reflne- who was made to carry a banner. The, nienta of living that can be acquired, Mix 1 lm2 cupfuls of coffee and sugar - j only by the personal touch, and she wlth j.o cupful of butter and 2 cupfuls not arraid or any xasa mat wm mass;ot finely ground oatmeal. Dissolve 2 out thin, cut into rounds and bake about 20 minutes in a sIot oven. Hermit Cookies. Cream 1 cupful of sugar with 1-2 cupful of lard; add 1-2 cupful of mo lasses, 1 egg, 1 level teaspoonful of soda dissolved in 1-2 cupful of luke warm water. 1 cupful raisins, 1 tea- spoonful of cloves, 1 teaspoonful of cinnamon, 3 cupfuls of flour. Drop in buttered tins, sprinkle with sugar, and bake in quick oven. Coffee Novelty Cookies. Delicious cookies are made with malted milk and whole wheat flour, 3 I LOVE the taste SYRUP That's what they all say. The future house-wives know, for they have tried it and found it so. . To give a child a good healthy start never' refuse them the sweet their system demands. Sugar is the most important 1mt of food to a growing boy or girl, and is found in its best form In alAga There are hundreds of syrups but only one ALAGA. The utmost care is taken wits it from the time the growing cane is selected in the sunkissed cane fields of Alabama and Georgia until it is packed while steaming hot, amid most sanitary surroundings at our refinery. Refined exclusively by us, for you. ALABAMA-GEORGIA SYRUP COMPANY MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 3 her home a more comfortable and at' tractive spot for those with whom she lives. Many of Mrs. Wilson's cherished re cipes have been inherited from her mother and grandmother, and she tMls of herself that her penchant for cookies heaping tablespoonfuls of malted milk In 1-2 cupful of boiling water, and while very hot, stir into the butter, sugar and oatmeal mixture. Stir until cool and then add l. cup ful of whole wheat flour and a tea spoonful of vanilla. Mix thoroughly, dates back to the time when, as a little flour a board generously, turn ths bat- girl, "she conceived a fondness for the ter on to lt and knead it, adding Hour cookey jar that was kept on the pan-,untn a very light, moist dough is ob try shelf in her southern home. She . tained. Roll into a very thin sheet and brought with her to the north the for-lcut mt0 small cakes. Let the cakes mulas for the cookie- that tasted so stand for a few minutes to dry some good when she w oung, and her wt,at and then bake in a quick even. Finely chopped peanuts are sometimes added. Honey Ginger Snaps. One pint of honey, 3-4 pound of but ter and 2 teaspoonfuls of ginger; boil together for a few minutes. When cool add enough flour which has been pre pared with the usual amount of baking powder to make a stiff dough. Roil thin and bake quickly. Peanut Cookies. Cream together 1 tablespoonful of shortening. 3 tablespoonfu's of peanut butter and 1 1-2 cupfuls sugar. Mix well with 2 unbeaten eggs and then add 3 tablespoonfuls of sour milk snd 1 teaspoonful of soda (dissolved). Beat in flour to make the dough just stiff enough to roll. Bake about ?0 minutes in a hot oven. Lutheran church is a beautifully im pressive one and it is expected :hat a large congregation will be present when the fol'owing boys and gir'.s. who are between the ages of 13 and 15, are received into the church : Misses Agnes Theodora Hanson, O.g.i Marie Thlesen. Ottillic- Emm! Wicks. Marie Katherine Zirklebach; Ray Friedrichsen, George William Hart man, George Didrick Johnson, Freder ick William Mertlns, Peter Chresten Ustrup Olsen. Edward Bernhard Pfeif fer, John Everett ReinhardU Everett Carl Rice, Herman Burrow Wilhelml. PERSONAL MENTION. Hazel, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller, fell and broke her arm, while at play, on Thursday. Jler little friends will regret ta hear of her accident. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Tryon of Cham pagne, 111., who have been spending the winter in Pensacola, leave today for their home. They will stop en route in Nashville for a short visit. children always had access to them In their school days. It-is predicted by those who know Mrs. Wilson intimately that she will carry her housewifely genius with her to Washington, and that in the White House, she will not hesitate about carrying out her old domestic pro gram. Here are some of her recipes: Walnut Cookies. Cream 1 cupful of butter with 1 1-3 cupfuls of sugar; add 3 beaten eggs. Put 2 cupfuls of chopped walnut meats into 1 cupful of flour and add this to the batter. Sift 1 teaspoonful of bak ing powder and 1 1-2 cupfuls of flour together and add the last thing. Drop by spoonfuls on buttered tins, dust with grandulated sugar and put a whole walnut meat on each one. Bake in a moderate oven. Gingerbread Nuts. Put 1 pound of brown sugar. 1 pound of honey and the grated rind of half a lemon in a saucepan over the fire and let simmer well together. Remove from the fire, add 1-4 of a pound of butter, 1 ounce of ginger, 1 teaspoon The dough should not be too stiff. CONFIRMATION AT THE LUTHERAN CHURCH. Tomorrow mornitg at ten-thirty o'clock the rites of confirmation will be administered to a class of children at the Evangelical Lutheran church bv the pastor, Rev. J. F. W. Rheinhardt. The candidates for confirmation, ten of whom are of Germaa and four of Scandinavian descent, have been daily instructed since early October. The confirmation seivice of the Watch for Presbyterian Ladies' demonstration an nouncement in Sunday's pa per. Every lady interested. Fish may be scaled much easier by first dipping them into boiling water for a minute. Watch for Presbyterian Ladies' demonstration an nouncement in Sunday's pa per. Every lady interested. Pictorial Review Patterns For March Are Now en Salt at MISS HERRIMAN'S. Absolutely Pure and of Fine Quality Baker's Breakfast Cocoa is a Delicious and Wholesoxne Drink Made by a perfect mechanical process, without the e of chemical?, thus preserving the delicate natural llavor, aroma and color characteristic of high-grade ocoa beans. ; Be sure that you get the genuine with the trade-mark on the package. WALTER BAUER CSl CO. Limited Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. Buy Your EASTER DRESS at GUTMAN'S, 16 South Palafox Street Just Received New shipment of Lingerie snd Tailored Shirt Wlt h latest style. LA MODE. V. F. Balkcom Drug Co. Pensacola' Economical Drug Store. Phons 19. 17 South Palafox Street. QUICK DELIVERY. ful of soda and 2 pounds of flour. Roll Y