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THE PEN S A C OLr A TOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1913.
SOCIETY
SUIAGETS'SEARCHl3CAVI"F0R HANDSOME MEN TO POSE WITH
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IN BIG PARADE ; ARE HAVING POOR SUCCESS
N'T WAI
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celebration, the children iotmlng in
the Ions, wide hall in the school build
ing, and inarching into the yard where
a throne covered with vines and rosea
had been erected. Here little Annie
Pooley was crowned Queen of May,
her maids being Bertha Llschkoff and
Lucy Anson. During the coronation.
pretty songs were sung, and after
wards twenty-one little girls danced
i the May pole dance in the school
yard, looking very sweet and winsome
in their pretty - white gowns and gay
ribbons. The queen and her little
maids were also prettily dressed in
white.
Refreshments were served after
wards in the? hall ice cream, cake and
candies.
PRETTY MAY DAY CELEBRATION
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
The May Day celebration on the
lawn of the Knox Presbyterian church
yesterday afternoon was one of the
prettiest sights that one would wish
to see, and the Maypole dance, in
which twelve little girls took part.
was so lovely that at the request of
those who came too late to enjoy the
first dance, a second was given, the
PICNIC
Volunteer Firemen's
Association
May 2, Kupfrian's Park
Refresh ments In
Abund ance. City
Prices.
Admission: Adults, 25c;
Children 15c.
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Left to right: Mr. Florenc F. Noyes, Mi3 Inez Milholland and Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson.
Following- is program day's
Events:
PARADE
Will fe,rm at 9:45 a. m., in
the following order:
City Marshal and Platoon
of Police
Sheriff and Deputies
Grand Marshal and Aides
Pensacola Concert Band
Local lilitia
City and County Officials in
Automobiles
Children of the Pearl Eagan
Home in Carriages
Wyers' Band
Woolsey Hook and Ladder
Co.
Veteran Volunteer Fire
raens' Association
Queen Carriage
Pensacola Fire Department
Route of Parade
To form on the, north side
of Garden street facing east,
moving south on Palafox
to Zarragossa, east on Zar
ragossa to Jefferson, to the
city hall where the May
Queen will be crowned by
Mayor Reijly. Moving
north to Government, west
on Government to Palafox,
north on Palafox to Wright,
west on Wright to Baylen,
soutlr on Baylen to Garden
and disband.
Prof. Nona Barrio's full
orchestra to furnish dance
music. The following prizes
will be given for perform
ance indicated:
PRIZES
Prize dance Silk parasol
donated by Meyer Shoe
store, for lady; umbrella,
donated by Vhite and
' White, for gentleman.
Mule race Prize $2.50
cash donated by D. Kugle
man. Boys' race Prize pair of
shoes, donated by Joseph
Coleman.
Girls' race Prize, pair of
shoes, donated by Watson,
Parker & Reese.
Other prizes are:
Pair military brushes, do
nated by Crystal Pharmacy.
Guitar Donated by Clut
ter MusicvHouse.
Others will be given.
New Tork, April 30. Men, tall and
handsome, are being' sought by the
suffragists in New York. FYr on May
2 a great beautyvpareant is to be held
at the Metropolitan opera house.
Three hundred of the most beautiful
women in America will take part in It.
Forty-nine out of this number will
represent the forty-nine states of the
Union. Finding the forty-nine men
'tall-snoug'h, handsome enougrh and
muscled enougrh to don classic drap
eries and appear well with the women
is proving' a big" task.
An ardent search for these men is
being1 made. Every suffragette who
has a good-looking- beau, brother or
husband has been asked to assist in
the hunt. Qualifications for the ideal
nmn a specified by the suffrage com
mittee include: A noble brow, broad
shoulders, full chest, erect carriage,
must bo more than six feet In height.
Must be a-'believer in "votes for wom
en." Among the beautiful women already
chosen for the pageant are Mrs. Gib
son, Miss Inez Milholland. Mrs. Flor
ence Fleming .Noyes, Mrs. Arthur
Scribner, Miss Sarah Traux and Mrs.
A. F. Townsend. I
Mrs. Noyes, who arranged the bare
foot classic dances for the tableau
given in connection with the Washing
ton suffrage parade, will have charge
of the dances for the Metropolitan
meeting. Miss Margaret Tuttle, daugh
ter of Mrs. Howard Mansfield, has ar
ranged the wordless play, which rep
resents ""Woman's Search for Freedom
Through the Ages."
figures being beautifully executed, and
the little girls who took part receiving
much praise for the pleasure they
gave.
The Queen of May was dainty little
Virginia Mclver, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. L. Mclver, and the small
king who crowned her, Master Wil
liam Breen, who placed a chaplet. of
pink roses on her pretty head.
Both king and queen wore purple
robes, and the little girls who
danced about the Maypole, scattered
rose petals before their queen, as she
made her royal progress to the throne
where she was crowned by the king.
Those who took part in the May
pole dance were Jessie Hall, Hazel
Shackelford, Dove White, Hilda Bing
ham, Margaret Mclver, Carra Louise
Philips, Margaret Morgan, Helei Upp,
Marguerita Mayes, Maggie Ingram,
Myrtle Jeter, Aline Bonacker.
Among the amusements enjoyed by
the children were a three-legged
race, potato race, and sack race.
SOUS
BEFORE AND
AFTERMARRIAGE
Advice Given Mother in Re
gard to Young Daughter,
Proves Valuable to the
Daughter Even After
Marriage.
Pollock, Tex. "When I was a girl,
about 14" years of age, writes Mrs.
Wninie Delaney, of this town, "I was
in awfully bad health. I tried different
treatments, but they did me no good.
A friend advised my mother to give
me Cardui, the woman's tonic. She
gave me one bottle, and it atralghtened
me out all right.
I did not have any more trouble until
after I was married. I had several bad
Bpells then, but I began taking Cardui
again, and my health started to im
proving right away.
I can safely recommend Cardui to all
women sufferers, as I think it is the
greatest woman's medicine on earth.
Tou may publish this letter tf you
wish."
, Cardui is good for young girls, as
well as older women, because it con
tains pure, harmless, vegetable ingre
dients, which act gently, yet surely, on
the delicate womanly organs. It is a
tonic prepared exclusively for women.
For more than 50 years, Cardui has
been in widely extended use. by wom
en of ,all ages, and has given entire
satisfaction, as a remedy for rebuild
ing womanly health and strength.
You can rely on Cardui. It will do
for you, what it has done for thousands
o others. It will help you.
Begin to take Cardui, today.
N. B. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine
Co., Ladles Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga,
Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your
case and 64-page book. "Home Treatment
for Women," eent In plain wrapper.
(Adv.)
Honey Recipes.
Ilcney and Almond Cake Put in
saucepan over tire one-half pound
honey, two tablespoons butter; when
butter is melted and at boiling point
turn into a basin to cool. When cold
stir in one-half pound flour, two
ounces blanched and chopped almonds,
grated rind of one-half lemon, one
scant teaspoon cloves.
Dissolve one teaspoon soda in a little
water and stir into the mixture at the
with a cloth and stand in a
cool place. In the morning lay the
paste on board, sprinkle with flour,
roll out one-half inch thick, cut into
112 inch squares, put a split almond
in each corner, a piece of candied
citron in center of each cake, lay on
a buttered paper (which has been
placed on a baking tin), cover with
white paper, bake in moderate oven.
When cold, keep in a tin.
Honey I -erriona.de Make rich lem
onade in the usual way, but sweeten
with honey in place of sugar. Agree
able and stimulating.
Houey Cookies Beat four ounces
butter with a wooden spoon, add one
half pound sugar, one quart honey,
Juice of two lemons; mix. stir in sift
ed flour enough to roll out. Cut in
round cakes, lay on buttered pan, bake
in moderate oven.
The Table.
Th's is an excellent recipe for buns,
cinnamon rolls and X doughnuts One
cup mashed potatoes (left over from
dinner car. be used), one cup sugar,
three-fourths cup butter, one cu.p
5'fas.t. Break two eggs into cup and
fill with sweet milk. Mix potatoes,
butter fnd pusrar thoroughly, then add
milk and ejrsrs well beaten, and last
the yeast. Work in well enough flour
to make a soft dough. Mix in the
evening and in the morning make into
bun?. Let rise and bake.
For cinnamon rolls, roll the dough
out, spread with a mixture of sugar,
butter and cinnamon, roll up and cut
off to form the rolls. Be sure and
pine hthe end shut each time before
cutting.
For doughnuts, roll out three-fourths
of an inch thick, cut and let raise until
light. Fry in hot lard.
Mock Lemon Pie To one cup sour
apple sauce add one pint water, add
half cup sugar, bring to boil and
thicken with one heaping teaspoon
cornstarch dissolved in water. Remove
from fire and add beaten yolks of two
eggs and one tablespoon lemon extract.
Fill rich pie crust and make a me
ringue of the whites of eggs.
FORT BARRANCAS NOTES
OF INTEREST.
Gen. Barry, chief of staff, Col. Hann
and Col. Flagler, who visited the
army post on an inspection tour, were
entertained at luncheon on Wednes
day by CoL and Mrs. Ridway at their
hospitable quarters.
Mrs. Golderman was hostess at a
'pleasant card party on Wednesday
evening, prizes being won by, Mrs.
Maybach. Mrs. Bender and Mrs. Boyd,
each receiving a fancy work bag.
Mrs. A. A. Maybach entertained very
delightfully at cards on Thursday
evening.
SEA m GONE
lOCffflfUA
MRS. LIVINGSTON VISITING
IN JACKSONVILLE.
Mrs. M. C. Livingston and
HAS BEEN CHARTERED BY PAR
TIES TO MAKE TOWS BE
TWEEN GALVESTON AND
OTHER PORTS.
her !
The big ocean-going tug Sea
son ?ew;i' I.taM;rhr the f the Aiken Towboat Company
Rev. J. W. SenterfitI, in Jacksonville. been chartered by parties at
King,
, has
Lake
Mrs. Livingston expects to be gone a
month or longer and that her brother j
and his family will return with her ;
to visit friends
and elsewhere.
and relatives here
VISITING HER PARENTS,
JUDGE AND MRS. LANEY.
Mrs. J. C. McKinnon, of Kansas
City, Missouri, is the guest of her
parents, Judge and Mrs. C. H. Laney.
Mrs. McKinnon is accompanied by her
two interesting children.
MR. DANIELS PLEASED
WITH PENSACOLA.
Mr. S. F. Daniels, of Atmore, Ala.,
is in the city visiting his sons, N. G.,
W. T, and J. C. Daniels. Mr Dan
iels is very much pleased with the
Deep Water City, and expects to make
it his home in the near future.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mrs. H. E. McDavid. of Chumuckla
Mineral Springs, is visiting relatives
in the city. Miss Minna McDavid is
also the guest of relatives here.
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots,
How to Remove Easily
j Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face
, to try a remedy for freckles with the
j guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
( will not cost you a penny unless it
. removes the freckles;" while if it does
1 give you a clear complexion the ex
' pense Ig trifling.
j Simply get an ounce f othine
double strength from the Crystal
Pharmacy and a few applications
should show jou how easy it is to
1 to rid yourself of the homely freckles
and get a beautiful complexion. Rare
I ly is more than one ounce needed for
I the worst case.
j Be sure to ask the druggist for the
! double strength othine as this is the
prescription sold under guarantee of
, money back if it fails to romove
, freckles. (adv.)
until you have enough money for your
Spring and Summer Clothes
We sell you on our liberal PAY-WHILE-WEARING
system.
Come here and save money. You buy direct from
the manufacturer.
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK
Will Clothe The Entire Family
LADIES' and MISSES' SUITS. Plain tailored and
trimmed models $10 to $25.
Spring and Summer Silk and Cloth Dresses. Sev
eral very smart models in silk foulards, serges, lace and
embroidered white voiles, all effectively trimmed $3.50
to $25.
Splendid waists, millinery, skirts, shoes, etc.
MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S SUITS. Strictly all
wool clothes in the newest weaves and designs $10 to
$25.
Hats, Shoes, Trousers, etc.
ALL GARMENTS GUARANTEED
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JO
SEPH GALIN
26 S. Palafox Street.
Charles, L,a., and has left Pensacola
to commence a towing contract which
will last for over a month.
The first tews will be made between
Cameron, La., and Galveston nd later
she will make four trips between Gal
veston and Tamipco.
BUILDING NEW
WATER ROUTE
TRAIN LOAD OF MATERIAL WILL
GO OUT FROM MUSCOGEE TO
DAY AND WILL BE USED IN
CONSTRUCTION OF TWELVE
DEPOTS.
Twelve combination passengrer and
freight depots are to be erected at dif
ferent stations along the Gulf, Florida
& Alabama railroad, and the first train
load of material for use in these struc
tures will go out from the mills of the
Southern States Lumber Co. at Mus
cogee this morning. It will be dis
tributed at the various stations where
the buildings are to be erected.
All of the buildings will be of simi
lar type. Each will have a freight
warehouse, ticket office and two wait
ing rooms, one for White and the other
for cojored passengers.
TWO STRIKERS KILLED.
New York, May 1. Mounted police,
goaded by vollews of stones, thrown by
700 striking laborers on the Long
Island railroad in Queens today drew
their revolvers and fired, wounding
two men. Two of the policemen were
bdaly hurt.
MAN WHO SHOT
ADRIAN ROACH
IS ACQUITTED
ALBERT SIBBETT AND MRS. EDNA
SENNOTT, CHARGED WITH
BEING ACCESSORIES, WERE
ALSO ACQUITTED BY JUSTICE
OF PEACE JOHNSON .
short time after Roach had told Car-
veil on Coyle street, between Chiplcy
and Garden streets, to quit paying at
tention to Mrs. Kdna Semott, over
whom the trouble between the two men
occurred.
Sibbett was charged with boing an
accessory to tho shooting from the
fact that Carvell secured the shotgun
from his home on Poyle street a few
minutes before Roach was phot.
Carvell testified yesterday that when
he arrived' at the crrnr of Romana
and DeVilUers streets, Roach stepped
from behind 'a polp and made a dem
on?tratior. as though he was goinjr to
pull a revolver from his hip pocket,
cut. before he completed the attempt
Carvell said ho shot him. Carvell
said he got the shotgun from a pantry
in the room occupied by Mrs. ffennott
at the home of Sibbett.
Sibbett testified that he told Car
vell not to take the gun, as he did
not want, him to harm anyone, but
made no effort to take it from him.
Sibbett said C'irvell told him he would
not injure anyone unless an attempt
was made to hurt him.
Roach admitted that the revolver
which Clyde Ronch. his brother, gave
to Theodore Frodrir-hson just after the
shootin.s:, and which was given ill turn
by Fredrichson to Joe Graham, vho
gave It to Peter Vasso, belonged to
him, but It was not brought out in the
hearing that Adrian Roach had the
revolver on him when he was shot.
COAL
IS SUPPLIED TO
XI STEAMSHIPS
TOTAL OF 7,825 TONS, VALUED AT
$28,799, TAKEN ON AT PENSA
COLA DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL.
M QOALIFV
N TEN DAYS
REGISTRATION OFFICER WILL
OPEN BOOKS FOR CITY ELEC
TION IN HIS OFFICE FOR TEN
CONSECUTIVE DAYS.
Registration Officer Frank Maura of
ficially announces that for the purposn
of registering all persons applying who
possess qualifications of doctor, th-i
city registration books will be opened
May 2, at his office in thn-court houso
annex, and will remain open for ten
consecutive days. Hour will be from
9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and from 3 to 6. m.
This action Is taken In accordancn
with section 2. chapter 5S33, laws of
Florida
REGISTRATION NOTICE FOR CITY
ELECTION.
In acorrtanee with Section 2, Chapter
B'."3, Iawi" of Florida, the ofue of tho
f."itv Rcdstrton Officer wtti be ojvene'I
at tho 'ounty Court House Annex. May
2nd. 1913. and be kept opri for 10 con
secutive, days (excepting Sundays) from
9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and from a p. m. to
6 p. ttl for tli purpose of reentering all
persons applying who poitsess qualifies,
tions of elector of said C1fy. and de
sire to vote at the general City Election
to be held In June. i:13.
FRANK MAURA,
Registration Officer.
may23t
WOMAN KILLS SALOON
KEEPER'8 SON IN CHICAGO
Seventeen steamships loaded 7,823
tons of bunker coal at Pensacola dur
ing the month of April and accord
ing to the records In the custom
house the total valuation of the coal
was $23,799.
The largest single supply consisted
of 1,600 tons and the pmalleBt 50 tons.
Chicago, May 1. Clarence Murphy,
22-year-oM son of a Gary, Ind.. saloon
keeper, wa shot dead today in his
father's place of business when he at
tempted to eject Mrs. Grace Kmlth, 3."
years old. She fled to Chicago, whero
later she was arrested.
Arthur Greyfion, 37 years olfi, was
with the woman when she was taken
into custody. They were taken back
to Gary.
After a quarrel between Mrs. Smith
and Henry Murphy, proprietor of tho
saloon. Clarence Murphy ordered Mrs.
Smith out. When he stepped toward
her to enforce the command, she drew
a revolver and fVred five shots.
"I meant to shoot old man Murphy
and not his son," Mrs. Smith told th
police.
Adam They tell me we will have to
move out l the garden.
Bve My goodness .and I haven't a
thing to wear! Boston Record.
At the conclusion of the preliminary
hearing yesterday afternoon of T. H.
Carvell, a railroad switchman, charged
with assault with intent to murder by
shooting Adrian Roach, a well-known
young man of this city, on the night
of April 4, Carvell was acquitted by
Justice of the Peace Wm. L.. Johnson.
Albert Sibbett, also a railroad switch
man, and Mrs. Edna Sennott, who
were charged with being accessories to
the shooting, were also acquitted.
The hearing consumed two days and
was held in the court of record room
on account of the large number of
witnesses.
The prosecution was conducted by
C. Moreno Jones, while R. Pope Reese
was attorney for Carvell, Sibbett and
Mrs. Sennott.
Carvell shot Roach in the right side
and arm with a shotgun at the corner
of Romana. and DeVilliers street about
10 o'clock at night, where they met a
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