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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL. 20, 1913.
Section Three. SOCIETY (Continued Proa Page ThreaJ 4 1 AMUSEMENTS time Professor Tate win retire from the position of principal of the school at Roberta, where he has taught for thirty -five years. Another meeting: will he held at Xtoberts on May 16 th, to perfect plan tor the reunion. DR. AND MRS. BLOCKER HAVE RETURNED HOME. Dr. and Mrs. Louis deM. Blocker have returned from Mobile and New Orleans where they spent several days last week. At Mobile the doctor at tended the meeting of the Alabama Medical Association. MR. DANNHEISER AND FAMILY TO BIRMINGHAM. Mr. Morris Dannheiser left a few days ago for Birmingham to accept a position, where his family will Join him about May 10th. Much regret Is ex pressed among the friends of the fam ily, at their departure. . ' MRS. SOLBERG VISITING OLD HOME. Mrs. H. Solberg, of Mobile. i visit ing her old home, the guest of relatives and is being most cordially received, many attentions being paid her. DEATH OF MR. J. F. TIMBERLAKE. The sad intelligence has reached the city of the death of Mr. J. F. Timber lake, father of Mrs. Chas. TV. Merrttt, Who died on Friday In Auburn, Ala the funeral services being held yester day at Gainesville, Ga. Mr. Timberlake for years was manager of the old Es cambia hotel, then Pensacola's famous hostelry, and had a host of warm friends in this section who will regret to learn of his death. . Mr. and Mrs. Merritt and little daughter, Martha, left several days ago for Auburn. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. May 'Grady, of Chicago, 111., is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Daisy Davis, of East Gadsden street. "Gold Leaf Flour" Is the most econom ical why It requires less lard and soda to get better results. y. turn HOLD RECEPTIO! IT WILL BE AT THE NEW HOME, NO. 214 NORTH BARCELONA STREET, AND ALL ARE INVITED. Wrinkles Will Surely Go, A Pearly Sldn Will SurelyS Come, and the Form Will V Take on a Glorious Contour of Un rivaled Beauty 'V If VtV X -' 3 , ? & - lous res. beyond their ex- It will start to cream. When tt does HARRIETTS I Jfo. washing the pectatlona The results upon this, remove It from the fire and stir face with warm milk will not whiten the myself were. I will say, truly constantly until cold. Then keep It in skin, as . you see from your own ex marvelou. No other word all-tight Jar. You should be able to get perience. You cannot do better than will express it. eptol at any good d.Vg store and It use the r Intone treatment I mention I want each one of yen to should not eost you more than nfty above. Your freckles will also quick begin today by using the cents. This will last quite a while. ly disappear. folowlng secret. By a liberal Apply this cream every morning with CELESTINE The condition ef your and faithful application of It the tips of the fingers after washing hair Is certainly deplorable. Next 8un- you will soon find that all your face with very warm wate rand day I will reveal the hair secret which the creams you have been soap. Use very liberally around the eyes my friends have found excels anything previously using axe cast la on the forehead on either side ef the ever before used. Hope you can wait mouth, everywhere. After yu have ap- until next Sunday. Space forbids here. piled It take up the flesh la your fin- - gers, pinch tt ana roil it ror a xew nun- j. a. im wet irom your aruggist two Vtes until the cream disappears. Then or three ounces of a 8 per cent. solu. apply your complexion powder. tlon of borio acid. Wash the eyes night lms win mean m ana morning wnn uus lormuit ana mejr end of wrinkles. This will fairly glisten after a time. It is cream will not grow entirely safe, hair. KTMONA Your crow's feet must cer I want to give you tainly be very pronounced. , It is too bad 'now mv secret for the your age. But don't worry. Use the .development of tht -Pol treatment I have given In these bust. Many women be- columns and your saul will be filled with .lleve It can not be done. Sladnees when you see the result after a time. Just keep at It. It has proved highly successful in w - cases tban I Yafeska Suraitand Her Tiger There will he a reception held for all friends of the T. W. CA.it the new home. No. 214 North Barcelona street, on the afternoon of Tuesday, AprC 29, from 4 to o'clock. All who feel an Interest In this association are r- duested to visit the parlors of the home and look it over. At this time nlease bring any dona tion you can, to help In establishing and furnishing the home. J-Jnen, nouse furnishings, dishes, books, brto-a-forie, and anything and everything that goes to making a home cozy, pleasant and comfortable will be acceptable. SAY what you win. there are three things which are the very basis of beauty. Without these three you may as well make ur vour mind thn.t all your Torts In other directions win al- the shade. I my- moet surely fail. self used almost ev- Even these three things must erythlng sold for be done in a certain manner and this purpose . and I with certain treaments: other- know. wise, although you will be doing You win find your skin taking on a ef not water Wen. It eertamly cannot by the or dinary treatments In vogue. - Some of these are elec tricity, vacuum In struments, etc all to no purpose. If in a half pint it TO1 tne ngnt tnings, you wiu not Deautirui radiance, a purity inaescnDa- dissolve two be doins- thoee thlnirs right. In' ble. Dull spots In your complexion will minces of rnetonn other words, you will be "In the go away with the muddy or ashy color, and a half cup of right church but the wrong A softness will supervene which will sugar. all well pew." be adorable. Your face will rival the mixed together. rose, you can do It. and might as well you win have one The following three things constitute " uuw. the very essence of my success. Then everything else In the line of beauty cul of the most sur prising treatments roar half a Dint of water m a granite- you have ever us- ture Decani marveiously easy. I bad ware pan. and let it come to a doll Add ea sometnmg to Dull a up on. Jtirvery woman two taoiespoonruis or glycerine. eep will have to do the same thing. Exer- stirring, while adding little by little one dee won't do it. Dieting and sleeping ounce of sintone, until It Is all dissolved, wont' do it. But you can do it In sclte of Then let It cool. If the cream Is too LAtA Rlmnflra Int. hAtiva and th Amia1n ti1lr tn vtnn aft1lv from a K. 1 1 tiin ffljISn nf watP nf- or neavy .ootnersome exercise. It down a little with more hot water, ter your meais. i This trio consists of first, complete When cool pour Into a bottle. The have found this to eradication of wrinkles; second, making cream wll ibe white and satiny. be a peculiar ton- the skfn free of nnnta am met ft am ntvtt- Aftr . hnthlnp In Ih. mnrnlnr nold a. lc crivlntr njttnn- and with a bloom like the petals of a rose wet hot towel to the face several times ishlng results In a tmra, tne development or the form and for several minutes. Hub this cream on rew weeKs- time. the Dust to beautiful lines of contour the entire face liberally, at the same time a ne ruetone ana luxurious runess. pinching the skin all over. Iet tne cream can dry and apply your complexion powder. There are other things, of course, be- HeDeat this strain at nlsrht. unless desk sides these three, but I mention them as ed. You will soon see the result. Any absolutely basic, right at the start. Begin good drug store will sell you the nntone on these now. Follow the instructions for about fifty cents. which, I give you below and I can assure -..- you i "a i jot win mwat ax in onuir ntyw ror me wrmsiw: x win repeax Da many more In yourself when you look In the mlr- what I stated last Sunday for the bene- happy women in ror In a few short weeks thereafter fit of others. the world. It will The treatment I give you is absolutely In a large bowl pour one-half pint of not fall you. You umsreni irura anyuiing x nave ever nearu DOiung water, xn tnis pour two taDie- will assist the de- of, and I have for a long time been Ira- spoonfuls of glycerine. Place this bowl yelopment a great &rtlcle you mention ror this pur. os a. Of this, take 2 t e a s p oonfuls three or four times a day In a wine you get at the drug store for one dollar. It is,' of course entirely safe. If more knew of this secret there would I I hi - 1 . You WiixMarvelAtIhe Change In Yourself Whdj You LookJnIhe Mire-ob A Short Time After." NARCISSUS The pertuned by my friends to reveal the se- in a pan of water on a slow Br. In cret to them- I did se to those whom I few minutes add two ounces of eptol the bust with the tnourni wouia ioiiow my instructions, ana continue surnng until au is aissorv. eptol cream men and invariably the result ha been glor ed. At first it will look like Jelly, when tloned above. "ilS; i Proprietary ar- tide, and I could not recommend it. yours. I have seen these results with my own eye. Next Sunday I will give you several more secrets on other topics. I can per sonally guarantee the splendid results of all the treatments I have given you. ror 1 Know wnereor l speak. RECEIVED INTO SISTERS OF MERCY KFTDCXAL, TO Tips JOURNAI Mobile, Abu April 18. Miss Beglna Chafdn, of Warrington, was received Into the order of the Sisters of Mercy at the Convent of Mercy here this morning in the presence of relatives and close friends. The vows were ad ministered, by Bishop Edward P. Allen, slsted by number of priests, among them being Ta.V.or Brady, formerly pastor at Warrington. She will here after bo known as Sister Ootllde. Bveryone wants somethlno better. Try "Gold Leaf Flour,' It Is guaranteed to be the best on the market. Use "The Journal's Want A J Tir rxu. vv ay. iliull Greet Yt OU TJITH the compliments of the Summer Sea son and announce a formal Inauguration of Summer Styles on Monday, April 21. This will be an Exhibition of A uthoritative Summer Milli nery to which you and your friends are most cor dially invited. Our store will be specially de corated for the occasion and souvenirs will be presented visitors. lifi 1V1 ISS IT 11 errimans 9 5 South Palafox Street , IGLTTTERING. GARISH, HALLOOING. HECTIC, SHRIEKING, SHRILLIS NEW SPRING TIE -.sseeswBBBBssss ' C DO I wrvrr yyarvfi' ' '''' fs? AS U rrTfcs - r?s:y (SLAGS LJiSSm2mmSmSmlmmm "Petisy Plszy." It needed not the wise man to pro claim what the outcome of the open ing of the sale of Uokets for "Pensy Placy would too; tt was a foregone conclusion for many days. The decid ed Interest manifested by local amuse ment lovers, told Its own story, the result was that when the sale of tick ets opened yesterday morning, the ap pearance of things was that they were giving away tickets Instead of selling them. Nick Smith avers that the "line-up was one of the very largest he has had to deal with In a good long time. Throughout the entire day tick ets were selling in large quantities, and If indications are correct, tomor row will find the S. R. O. sign swing ing out in front of the ticket headquar ters. It behooves those who want tickets to make application tomorrow, the earlier the better. There remains but little doubt that the audlenoe will be one of the largest that has ever graced a Pensaeola amateur produc tion. Pen3aco!lans are expecting much rom the performers and the play, nd unless the knowing ones are bad udges, their expectations are going to be fully realized. The performance will take on a professional turn from start to finish there has never been one moment that a suggestion of ama teurism has been allowed since the first rehearsal of "Pensy Plasy. The artists. Dr. Mai lory Kennedy, Messrs. Stephen J. Harvey, George Hervey. Harry Wagenheim, Clarence Avery, Willie Brent, John Frenkle, Joe Grant, the Pourtless kids. Miss Belle Berlin and Miss Fanny Wagenheim, are absolutely perfect in the lines of their respective characters, and this one telling feature, combined with their direct cleverness In the parts they are to play, makes the assurance marked that "Pensy Plasy will be a hit. The feature about ""Pensy Plary' is its up-to-dateness about people and things In Pensacola. Possibly the reader may be one of the many who will be "reviewed" In this potpourri of song and nonsense for that's all "Pensy Plazy" is something to make you forget the little unpleasant things in life, business cares and the likes of such it is a vehicle built strictly for laughing purposes, and those who do not desire to laugh had better not cross the threshold of the opera house Tuesday night. The scenic detail will be perfect, and many a Pensacollan Is going to be surprised at the scenic of fering "Pensy Plazy" will be surround ed with. Artists are busy painting the special scenery xfor this production. Theatergoers are requested to be in their seats at 3:15 sharp,, as the cur tain will positively go up at that hour. There are features that It will readily repay theatergoers being In their seats at that hour. Tickets continue on sale at Keynalds's Music Store tomorrow and Tuesday. Concert Friday Night. The Pensaoola Concert Band wHl give a concert on Friday, the 24th. at S o'clock In the evening at the new Keyser halL for the benefit of the Y. M. C A. For some time the T. M. C A. has been short of funds, and tt Is intended to resort to every kind of special effort In order to remedy this state of aiTalrs. Wht would be said of Pensaoola by other cities If .the annou rtoemem t was made that, owing to lack of funds, the Pensacola Y. M. C A. was dosed arTtl the premises for rent because there was not sufficient public spirit m Pan sacola to provide money enough to keep It open! The Idea is prapos tervu ml cannot bo atartalnod for a moment. True, tt Is good; nay, It Is best that the assoolatlou should have to kek vigorously for Its living; ewen as It i best te throw grain for poultry in such a fashion that they must scratch and dig to get it for too easy a livtT.g begetteth sloth and sometimes Indigestion. Hence, dotfbtless for its own good, the T. M. C A. is compelled to assert itself, to make its existenoe and Its wants known; and so, among ether laudable efforts. It has arranged wtlh the Pensacola Concert Band to gtve a musical evening which will prove a source of entertainment for the pofeha and of funds for the Y. M. C. A. With a view of ascertaining what may be expected musically from the Pensacola Concert Band, a Journal representative attended a recent re hearsal, and. as a result, can unhesi tatingly recommend the public to avail themselves of tills opportunity of hear ing some well rendered band muaio in a building admirably adapted for such performances. The band numbers thirty-one mem bers, under the direction of Bandmas ter J. S. Johnson and Business Man ager A. T. Wlcke. It consists of brass, wood-wind and drums, and its person nel Is made up of business men with a love for music, helped out by mem bers of the army band at Barrancas. From the good class of music being rehearsed. Including such numbers as Paderewskl's celebrated Minuet, the overture to "Orpheus,' the overture to "Poet and Peasant," se!ectlons from "Marltana" and "II Travatore," there is every indication that this band is in good hands and in a fair way to be come an established and well recog nized public institution. The Y. M. C. A.'s irrepressible boys will be offering tickets for sale with their customary push and energy dur ing the weelc. and it will be well for every business man to have at least a five-dollar bill ready, for time will mean money to these young gentlemen when they once get stgrted on the warpath. A hundred or so of such contributions would me? five hun dred dollars for the Y. M. C. A. Is It too much to hope that the public will respond, and not only buy bunches of tickets, but attend the concert, and o encourage two good causes at onceT CAN THIS WOMAN READ YOUR LIFE? Seme of Pensaoola's Most Prominent People Say That She Reveals Their Lives With Amazing Accuracy. Do You Want to Know About Your Future or What to do to Aohleve Sucoess? The Rich, Poor, Exalted and Humble Seek Her Advice on Business, Friends, Enemies, Changes, Specula - tions. Love Affairs, Journeys and All Events' of Life. Hotpot- a PROTECT -up byes foM tvc The young man behind the counter will assure you it's quite the latest thing. You will re-adjust the smoked i spectacles provided for the purpose and give the thing another squint. You will begin to assume a dubious expres sion. Noting this the haberdasher's hirelings the crafty devil! will launch forth Into a verbose and grandiloquent dissertation of the supreme Importance of being correctly cravated, the utter Impossibility of one whose scarf is three weeks out of date and wind it all up by pointing out that he wears 'em himself. That'll get you and you'll buy one you poor boob. The dictators of men's styles had bound themselves together in a plot to make the male attire this spring modest and quiet in the extreme. "Suitings," If you don't mind the word, are to be more than somber. And there had to be some sort of a counter irri tant. Spring cravatlngs have been de signed with an eye toward doing the work. And buh-lleve us, they'll do it We might say that the new ties will be glittering, garish, hallooing, hectic, shrieking and shrill. But mere words j are quite futile in an endeavor to con j vey some scanty notion of the newest things in neckwear. Wagner's song hits will sound like lullabies in com- parison. I And it would be poor Judgment to wear one with a rubber collar.- Some people say "Gold Leaf Flour" Is ; too high priced. It Is not. It core you , about the same and only requires about i 3"4 the quantity of lard, etc as other flours. Strangely fascinating are the words that come from the cultivated Hps of this most Interesting woman, whose Journey through life has taken her through all the renowned psychic schools of Egypt, India and Europe. It seems Indeed as if her know!efVe must come from that mysterious world of which we all would know, yet long ing cannot know. S5ie looks far away into the dim mysterious future the great beyond across the dark chasm which separates the human body from the flittering soul, and that which is to be told. As she reveals to you the thoughts hidden among the deepest recesses of your heart, you sit spell bound, unable to grasp the situation until calmer moments possess you, when, In awe and astonishment, you exclaim: "How Is it possible?" Just think of a person who can close her eyes and your whole past ,your present and future are flashed before yoM like a panorama, and she can tell you all you have done, what you are now doing and lift the curtain of fu turity and tell you Juat what you are going to do. t Her readings are guides to success, health, wealth and happiness, giving you warnings of trouble ahead, and foretelling the most favorable periods for your prospective enterprises. She reveals to you a knowledge of your true self, showing you your individual adaptations, with the aid of the infor mation gained from her you ch mar shal your every effort upon the correct object, thus doing away with the losses Incident upon dilatorlness and misap plied effort. Her readings and advice assist to a harmonious and suitable marriage. In fact, throug-h the min gled science of astrology, phrenology, palmistry and clairvoyance, you may, "If the government will let me out o' jail." says a Georgix moonshiner, "I'll ouit bein asin it. and I'll accept one of them -foreign missions the pres ident is havin" so much trouble in fill in,' but in jail yer hands are tied, an you kin do nothin yer yer country." Atlanta Constitution. Insist on having "Gold Leaf Flour." It Is always the same. "The Best." Without argument your merchant will refund purchase price you paid for "Gold Leaf Flour" if you do not say tt is the best flour you ever used. nay, will be able to make your life the complete success which nature intend ed it to be. Io you not feel that now is the time when you Bhould learn your strength and weakness; the scope of your ability and your natural adaptations and press on to realization of the happiness and contentment which awaits you? If you are in doubt, worry or trouble of any kind. If your heart Is set on a certain friendship, love, marriage, di vorce or business; if yon are not satis fled with life, and another ahsxea that which rightfully belongs to you. don't lose faith consult her. Her work is her religion, builded upon the solid reck of truth and honor. She feels it; It comes by presentiment, by instinct, by Inspiration, through all the senses of her suscpetfble n at are. She has brought happiness, health, and fortune to thousands whose hopes have been blasted. Trouble and misfortune are no respecter of persons; they gnaw at the hearts of rich an-1 poor alike. Mme. Houston will tell yon when and whom you will marry; the locality best suited for your habitation; the kind of investments which will bring greatest returns. If you are In troohle she can help you. If yon desire to be able to influence others she win re veal to you the secret of the wonderful power called "personal magnetism, and show you how to cultivate it. Personal magnetism, acientlflo sales manship, etc., art of fascination, will power call it what you please Is the dominating force that rules the world tf day. It makes woman charming, delightful and winsome; it brings so cial success where beauty falls; it brings triumphs over financial difficul ties and wins the laurels In the hardest battles of life. If you are melandholy, worried or discouraged through unpleasant do mestic conditions and financial affairs you shou'd consult Mine. Ozella Hous trn. 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