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THIS PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, ivm. 7 0 i j r l, ti INTERESTING By- CEUA i lYROy ER ROBINSON EVEN la 5l) tit. i Y lrERSONAii r h TS s I i " J - . , COURTESIES FOR MRS, COPELAND. Lieutenant David Graham Copeland, IT. S. N., and Sirs. Copeland, who made so many friends in Pensacola i during an extended sojourn at the Old Mill Inn several seasons ago, are now very pleasantly situated at. the League Island navy yard at Philadelphia. Mrs. Copeland was before her mar flags the beautiful Miss Paola Caste liado, of New Orleans, and has been entertaining a number of girlhood frtefds from her native city there and tnefomcers of the several battleships in the harbor of Philadelphia have plvwi a series of dances for them abjard ship. t . . CELEBRATED SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. William Benjamin vyrignt celebrated their silver wed Utig anniversary on Wednesday even in, entertaining- in an informal way. Twenty-five guests were invited for i evening of cards and the hospitality ccerea was delightful in every way. HE CAXTON3 TO STUDY CURRENT EVENTS. The Caxtons will devote their study t tne following topics at their meet isgr on Monday, whicrh will be devoted t current events: il. The Tariff Under Present Ad ilntetration. 2. Currency and Bank System. s. Tne Mexican war situation. 4. The Possible Irish War. 6. Russia's Attitude Toward the ew. 6. Discussion of the Sulzer Case. 1EETINQ OF THE VOMAN'S LEAGUE. f The meetings of the American Wo nan's League and Republic occur on he first and third Fridays of the rionth at 314 South Florida, Blanca treet at 3:30 p. m., subject to change y vote. The officers of the league are: President Mis Margaret A. Cro- larty. Jsecretary--Mis3 Margaret Ajtelson. Visiting members of the League and epublic are always welcome at the pove address. HE AMERICAN OMAN'S LEAGUE. (At the recent meeting of the Amer ?an Woman's League and Republic 9e principal topic of discussion was hat of the International Peace Con fess which convened at Budapesth, ungary. during the past summer. She entire Journey of the seventeen preventative women sent by the Oerlean Woman's Republio covered eriod of ten weeks, the Florida resentative being Miss Minnie E. fsal of Jacksonville, who Is regent of ke Republio in Florida, the organ lza km headquarters being In St. Louis, 'fte. "he expenses of this extended trip s-re defrayed by the Republic's treas- W, the purpose of these ambassadors t Europe being in the interest of uni jrsal peace, temperance, the better ent of women in general the world 'er. and the suffrage movement. This organization now numbers ap oximately .a hundred thousand mem rs, which list is continually on the crease. PFICERS OF U. D. C. R ENSUING YEAR. The United Daughters of the Con f Wacy held an Important and inter t tdng meeting Friday afternoon in the Jouac, in the Thlcsen building. Teatures of the meeting were the re ? ft of the president, Mrs. R. Pope VERY Man and Boy Ought to Join Pen- saeola's Y. M. C. A. Splendid Gymnasium under expert supervision. Sanitary shower baths, cozy club and reading1 rooms with , popular games and leading-periodicals. Practical instruction in Educational classes. Membership Join now! Special rates for Campaign.. Big A Greater Y. M. C. A. For Greater Pensacola by her sister. Miss Sara Dixon, who will be her guest for some time. Miss Bessie Kellev. whn vn In Mobile for several weeks because of tne laness or ner lamer, aias returned to Pensacola and is again with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wrig-ht a.t their West LaRua street nome. Miss Janle Knowles left on Thurs day for Savannah, where aha will visit school rrienos. Dr. and Mrs. I H. Pierce are en tertaining for the winter the lattera mother, Mrs. Mary Balch. of Kalama zoo, Mich., who Is In Pensacola on her anual visit. They have also had as their guest recently Mrs. Pierce's sister, Mrs. C. E. Thompson, of De- uniax. Reese, one of the three delegates repre senting the local chapter at the U. D. C. convention in New Orleans, and the election of officers. ' Officers elected for the ensuing year were. Mrs. R. Pope Reese, president; Miss Fannie Caldwell, first vice-president; Mrs. C. Thiesen, second vice-president; Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, secretary; Mrs. A. E. McDavid, treasurer; Mrs. Jessie R. Davis, historian; Mrs. W. W. Whit field, registrar, The renort of the nreaident was lis tened to with intense interest. It was a clear, concise resume of the work of the convention, and held the atten tion of all present. HUB ALLEN IS FAST IMPROVING His many friends in Pensacola and throughout West. Florida will be pleas ed to learn that Hub Allen, formerly of Milton, is rapidly Improving in health at Altura? Texas, near El Paso. where he went a few weeks ago for the benefit of ms health. Mr, Allen was until a short time ago editor and proprietor of the Mil ton tiazette, one of the most popular weeklies published in the state, and oil account of his attractive person ality and his unusually clever style of writing lie made many warm friends throughout the section covered by his paper. W nen he first went west Mr. Allen was suffering from a throat trouble which had become so serious that he was scarcely able to swallow and could not talk above a whisper, but a letter received from him by a relative in this city yesterday states that he is getting better every day and that he can now swallow with ease and; is rapidly regaining his voice. This news will be received 1 with much pleasure by many of Hub's f: lends in this city and elsewhere, who hope that his stay in Texas is only lomrorary and that he will soon return to Florida and again enter the jour nals lie field. PERSONAL MENTION. J. C. the small son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. English, Is quite 111 at the home of his parents on West Garden street. . Mrs. John English, who has been vis iting her mother, Mrs. Haze, returned yesterday on account of the serious condition of her little son, who be came 111 while In Milton. Mr. Ingham, who was recently hurt by an automobilo Is still suffering very much from his injuries, at his home near Qoulding. Mr. N. Eisenberg of Savannah, Is on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. W. L. Rosenau, for a few days. Mrs. W. N. Lipscomb has as her guests, her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cherry, her niece. Miss Margaret Estelle Cherry, and her nephew, Mr. Ernest Van Laer Cherry, of Norfolk, Va. Miss Catherine Hughes returned on Saturday evening from Milton, where she has been engaged In her 'profes sion as a trained nurse, and Is ajrain a guest at the Y. W. C. A. RETURNED AFTER EUROPEAN TOUR. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bruce, after spending several days at the San Car los 'hotel, have returned to their home In DeFuniak. They spent the summer in northern Europe where Mr. Bruce gathered material for several Chau tauqua lectures. Mr. Wallace Bruce, the DeFuniak poet, who has so many warm friends throughout the state, with Mrs. Bruce has also" returned to Florida, having spent some time at their summer home in Brooklyn, New York. .Mrs. William H. Knowles is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Seligman, in New York city. Mr. Albert Avery was host at lunch eon at the San Carlos on Friday for Miss Grace Perry, of Fort Sam Hous ton, Texas, who is the guest of Captain and Mrs. Golderman at their quarters at Fort Barrancas. JOHNSON -EDWARDS WEDDING IN DECATUR. - Many friends will be interested in the new of the marriage in Decatur. Ala., of Mr. Frank Jonnson, son of Mis Virginia Phillips leaves 6n Mon day for Monroeville, Ala. Mrs. Hilda McOutre anl little son are spending- a week in New Orleans as the guest of Mrs. Henry Straub. Th e "Want Ad Way' page is-one of the great fea tures of this paper. Read it. Mr. and Mrs. George Hervey have as their guests at tne an uarios notei Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Talcott and Mr. Talcott's mother, of Louisville. Mr. Talcott Is district superintendent of the Pullman Company. Mr. F. C. Brent and Miss Genevieve Bpent 'have returned from New Or leans, where they went to attend the opening performances or the grand opera season. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. s. Manley. Mrs. Denhotm Smith has returned from a visit to her girlhood home in Massachusetts. She was accompanied 1 1- 3510 Pounds Whitman's sold last Christmas week. s - -. a i . ce Candy is, we firmly believe, the best candy on the market of the world. Its record of increasing sales every year since 1842 and the immense popular ity it has established for itself since we took the agency just a few years ago in Pensacola, confirm our belief. , It is better candy than you can buy any where at any time, but it is infinitely better than any candy you can buy.that is not kept in condition. Its superiority of condition is just added betterment. We keep all Chocolates and Confections in a great special McCray Candy Refrigerator Case. This is the only exclusive Refrigerator Candy Case in Pensacola, being designed to hold 2,000 pounds of Candy, so when you get jBamSj from this store you are not only get ting the finest creations of the finest confections in the world, but you are get ting Candy in perfect condition just as fresh as it comes from the factory. Here are some of the most popular creations: 1 feSSV -U f: yT l L Whitman's Milk Chocolates, 50 and $1.00 Pink of Perfection $1.00 "Sampler" Package ....$1.00 Super extra Boh Bona and Chocolates S5c Fussy Package $1.00 Super extra Assorted Chocolates .... 85c Fine Bon Bona and Chocolates 65c Fine Assorted Chocolates 65c We also have a full assortment of the from 5 cents up. The Crystal smaller packages, Phones: 921-922. Pharmacy Store Brent Building. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, of Pen sacola, to Miss Laura Belle Edwards of that city, a charming and attrac tive girl, who has many friends in her home city and section. Mr. Johnson is a Pensacola boy who has made good in his adopted home, and he and his pretity ana popular young bride will receive a warm welcome on their visit to Pensacola during the Christmastide, when they will be guests of the groom's parents. synod of Georgia, and is a man of force and prominence In the ministry. CHUMBLEY-HENDERSON v WEDDING DECEMBER 10TH. Col. Jas. Alexander Doty, of Lancas ter, Ky.. announces the engagement of his niece, Miss Alice Henderson, of Pensacola, Fla., to Rev. C. M. Chum- Wey. pastor of the Henry Memorial Presbyterian church of Dublin, Ga.. the marriage to take place at Col. Doty"s home in Lancaster, on December 10th. The contracting parties have a large circle of friends in Kentucky and Flor ida, Miss Henderson being a native of Garrard county and having spent most of her life in these two states, and Mr. Chumbley having been formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church in Lancaster, and having visited in Pen sacola. The announcement of the approach ing marriage will be of much interest to many friends who met and learned to appreciate the fine qualities of Miss Henderson during her several years' residence here, when she was a mem ber of the faculty of the public schools. She was popular not only with her school associates but in social circles as well. Mr. Chumbley made a number Of friends during his visit to Pensacola last summer, who remember him with much pleasure. While here he filled the pulpit of the First Baptist church, the Rev. Eugene R. Pendleton being a close friend, and former7 associate. Mr. Chumbley holds one of the most Im portant pastorates in the Presbyterian Folks Starting Housekeeping Appreciate as gifts things. . for household use, and we know of nothing more suitable for such gifts than table silver. Were Already Laying Aside Christmas Silver , Our stock of table silver is now thoroughly complete consisting of a rare assortment of designs in Knives, Forks and Spoons in the following: Sterling Community Rogers We'd suggest that you make selections now and let us set them aside for you for delivery at Christmas time. P. Lindenstruth The Jeweler.. Phone 713 I I ""MMwssBSSissswaEMBaawisss8aaMgMBMeaaaMssras .' ' imtrsKBBaBmmmmssnKsmtmmmmKmemBS Invito fp' m J Opening mm Santa Claus has authorized us to announce tbe official opening of Toy land, when we, his representatives, will entertain all the children, the parents, brothers and sisters of the children. The opening will be and what a revelation awaits the. visitors here ! "Never before have we or any other Pensacola store shown such a mammoth display and variety of M liiflsf sn bb fFiiyiQitdl lift Nothing has been overlooked. There are thousands and thousands of toys mechanical and otherwise attractive to the little folks and dolls that beggar description dolls of every size, shape and color. In fact this showing comprises the ultimate effort that human ingenuity can put forth to please the children and the older children. mag 1 As a Monday Leader we will sell any doll in our north window, ranging in price from $1.25 to $1.50, for . 107 South Palafox Street IKE HIRSCHMAN, Manager Open Evenings Until Christmas, After December First. Pensacola, Fla.