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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
Section Two
INTERESTING
By. CET.J A -MYRQygR ROBrNSON
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AMERICAN PRIMA DONNAS DOMINATE WORIJyS MOST CRITICAL
AUDIENCE; N. Y. PREFERS HOSIER AND FARRAR TO EUROPE'S BEST
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Louis Homer (Tefl) and Geraldino Farrarw
New York, Deo. 6. Whil 'American
art anay lagr behind that of Europ In
some respects, foreign critics of Uncle
Sam and his people ar admitting that
at least two prima donnas who are
natives of tha United States Geral
Aine Farrar and Louise Homer have
few peers and no superiors among
the great prima dorenaa of other lan da
These two and another American wo
man, Olive Fremstad, ax the domi
natiog flgrures of the operatio season
which opened recently n New Tork.
Geraldina Farrar at thirty-one has
reached the very pinnacle of success;
and yet critics have noted that she has
(frown constantly in her parts and
they believe she will continue to do so
for another ten years. She was born
in the dull little Massachusetts town
nf Melrose in 1SS2; fifteen years later
went to Paris to study; made her de
but at the Royal Opera in Berlin as
Iarguerite when she was nineteen,
and returned- to America five years
later, afte she had established a Eu
ropean reputation and become the
avowed favorite of the Prussian capi
tal. In America Miss Farrar has met
with tremendous popular favor. She:
has a hold on the average American.)
mere is sometrung in ner personality,
in her beauty and enthusiasm 1 which
captivates the American who Is , pro
verbially bored by the art in which!
she exceiis. A critic has Baia-tr her
that "she is the only artist and eh
is always an artist one can think of
who might be able to hold through a
performance the howling throngs that
crowd tli league ball parks in Pitts -.burg,
St. Ixjuis, Chicago, New Tork
and this not by singing' 'The Last Rose
of Summer or 'The Suwanee River,
as earlier prima, donnas used to do."
lira. Louis Homer for thirteen
years has been th principal contralto
at the Metropolitan opera house, and
during that time no other contralto
has pleased the -critical audlenoes of
thi dty as sh has. Others have sur
passed her in single roles, but not one
has sung so many parts so well or
maintained so high a standard as she
ha. Today sh,ls in th very prime
f her power.
Mm. Homer Is a native of Pitts
burg and th daughter of a Presby
ter an minister. Before she was out
of her teens she went to Boston and
studied vole under "Whitney and har
mony under S&ney Homer, who later
became her husband. In less than four
years sh was singing In opera with
the greatest artists of th tun at
Covent Garden, London.
LITTLE 4 TALKS ON
v BABYOLOGY
COntmtid From First Page.)
the soap, th baby is lifted from the
water, dried Quickly with an old soft
towel and powdered. Th drying
should be don by patting not by hard
rubbing, and the creases be dried be
fore th talcum powder Is applied.
iYou will notice that I have not
spoken of washing out the baby's
mouth. . rootors seem to agree that
th practic is apt to cause thrush and
other affections of the mucus mem
bran. It is extremely easy to tear
the delicate lining of the mouth, and
Nature has provided a cleansing ele
ment in th saliva which gathers In
the baby's mouth.
Th healthy baby will soon learn to
enjoy "a bath properly given and show
eagrerness for it. The delicate baby
should b bathed under direction of a
physician. II may order a sponge
bath only, or an oil rub. Children suf
fering with any form of skin disease
should not be bathed unless the doc
tor orders It. Eczema and ring-worm
ar both aggravated by soap and
water bathing. .
But the healthy baby should have
his morning bath between his 6 o'clock
and 9 o'clock feeding. It sends him
off drowsy to his morning nap. When
the baby Is a year old, the hour of
bathing may ba changed to 5:30 in
preparation for his night's sleep. In
this way the child's entire being de
mands a bath, the sensation of cleanli
ness, and when he is able to bathe
himself h will do It as mechanically
and regularly as he removes his cloth
ing to retire.
Many mothers ask whether a baby
should have a cold sponge after the
warm bath. The word "baby" is elas
tic. A child under two years is not
strong enough for the application of
cold water. After two years, a sturdy
child can b gradually accustomed to
a cold shower or douche, by reducing
th temperature at which it runs from
the tap. But always the warm bath
should b given first for cleansing the
pores. The cold water serves merely
to stimulate circulation and ward off
colds.
Th most important habits of clean
liness are inculcated In a child by the
mother's own car of th baby's diap
ers. If th baby is kept dry and clean
from birth he will fret when he Is
wet and soiled. And from fretting over
discomfort from uncleanllness h will
grow Into habits of cleanliness. He
will learn regularity and self-control.
Th careless, untidy, mother has no
right to expect Nature to provide her
with a fine, healthy child. He may
be well proportioned and healthy when
he comes Into th world, but he will
soon lose strength and health if he- is
not kept clean. Badly rinsed clothing
causes eruptions, for th remains of
soap, sal soda and ly irritate the
baby's tender skin. Carelessly washed
diapers cause chafing and nervous af
fections. Eczema germs will find a
lodgment in inflamed, creases that
ought to b dimpled, pink folds of
healthy skin. A dirty or scaly scalp
itches, and Itching keeps th baby
awake, making him nervous and fret
ful. I know mothers who spend hours
sewing on lac and embroidering tiny
frocks, yet, who hurry through th pro
cess of bathing. This is a grave in
justice to th child. -
the affairs of the country, -we are not
willing to divide th Democratic party,
which gave us this prestige, and affi
liate with a rump organization like the
Bull Moose party, especially since our
people's devotion to th Democratic
party is based on principle. You'll
have .to go elsewhere for recruits. Mr.
Beverldge. Montgomery Advtrtisr.
Mon.day is bargain day at
The Crystal Pharmacy. 10
cakes Ivory or Octagon soap
for 25c with each cash pur
chase of $1.00 or more.
Japan Is changing. It- is probably
changing more than any other country
on the fact of the globe at the present
moment, in spite of th fact that it
has made tremendous progress in the
past sixty years. Boston Advertiser.
Heartburn Is a symptom of Indiges
tion. Take a dose of HERBINE in
such casea The pain disappears in
stantly. . The bowels operate speedily
and you feel fine, vigorous and cheer
ful. Price EOo. Sold by all druggists.
(Adv.)
American children will use up $20,
000,000 worth of new toys soon after
Christmas, .which suggests the thought
that th rag doll Is no longer in vogue.
Chicago News.
GIVE ME NOT" LOVE.
By Ethelwyn "Wether aid. v
Let m not b a slave.
Up stretched to crumbs or loaves
dropped from above;
It is not lov I crave.
It is th power to love.
Sh who gains lov gains what?
A treasure that sh may or may not
hold;
A flower, a flame, a blot,
A mem'ry under mould.
She who gives love gains all.
. Her love her kingdom is and jew
elled crown.
Her star, her flawless wall
Of strength when forts ar down.
Let me not b a slav
Upstretched to wlne or less flung
from above.
It is not loveI crave,
It Is the power to love.
A SURPRISE PARTY
FOR CARLISE BLISS.
A very delightful evening was spent
Friday, when the children of the Lit
tle Bayou gave Miss Carlise Bliss a
surprise parts'. It was kept a secret
until that night when they walked in.
Games were played and at 8 o'clock
th refreshments were . served, and
then games again till 9:30. when all
went homo very happy, after having
had a very pleasant evening.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Leads and Misses Esther Peake, Laura
Phillips, Annie Applcberg, Evelyn
Hungerton, Ethel Montanari, Edna
Murchia, Alma Clark, Ruby Lee Bliss
and Bessie Bliss and Carhs Bliss,
Messrs. Francis Peake, Frank Monta
nari, Wirt Myers. Athniel Appleberg,
Ross Phillips, Lyall Peake, Henry
Montanari, Willie Murchia.
PARENTS-TEACHERS' COUNCIL
OF THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
The council of the grammar school
will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:15
o'clock. Let every member come and
bring another grammar school parent.
This done, there would be present one
hundred and fifty of the four hvmdred
parents who should belong to this
council
The teachers number on the pro
gram will be a talk by the principal.
Miss Pauline Reese to the parents.
The parents' subject will be, "How
Parents Hinder th School Work of
Their Children."
Discussion. . .
"Don't hoard your millions,' ad
vises Carnegie. Huh I We'r no New
York policeman. Columbia Star.
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ISA MOST ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT
FROM A GENTLEMAN Tp A LADY '
ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS ARE EQUALLY APPROPRIATE
SEND FOR OUR SAMPLES NOW
J. P. STEVENS J ENGRAVING CO.
SOCIETY STATIONERY ENGRAVERS ;.
ATLANTA. GEORGIA y
DON! FORGE!
That, as usual, we have a large variety of
"Specialty" goods, such as
(Fin AssQirSsdl Cnnlis
Dried Fruits
Stieiiec! fisl
(Crystallised Fraiits
(Crystallized issgjer
Good all the time but especially in demand
at holiday season.
PHONE 1566 OR 1567
Warfield Grocery Company
Corner Alcanlz and tntendcncla
And now that th South has prac
tically everything it wants In the way
of prestige, official and otherwise, In
BAZ
AAR
Pensacola High School
Saturday, Dec. 13
At 1122 South Palafox Street, Next
to "LaMcde"
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED ALL
DAY AND SUPPER AT NIGHT
REYNALD'S MUSIC HOUSE
Carries the largest stock of KODAKS and Ko
dak Supplies in Pensacola.
if tlie Eastman ECodlaik Co. ma lies
it HEYRJALIBS has it.
Here's the place, then, to buy your Kodak and
Supplies. It's all here and it's all new.
REYNALD'S LIST OF XMAS SUGGESTIONS
Victrolas, Records, Kodaks, Brownies, Musical
Instruments, Calendars, Christmas Cards.
REYNALDS' MUSIG HOUSE,
1 1 9 S, Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla.
very
oman
nows
the value of the name Sterling on
silver, and instinctively looks for
this mark on every silver gift
she receives. The name "NUN'
NALLY'S" means just as mucli
to her if the gift is candy. It ij
the hall-mark of quality.
Christmas gifts are examinee
critically; your judgment is at
stake; you cannot afford to give
any present of doubtful quality.
When you give candy, be sure
its fresh.
Buy NUNNALLVS it's de
pendable. Order now, and we'll
deliver it fresh just when you
say. We receive daily ship
ments by fast express.
Special packages for "parcel
post", will be wrapped, weighed,
stamped, and mailed for you.
Mrs. Spencer, of Atlanta, will
give another delightful demon
stration of NUNNALLTS Can
dies at our store Tuesday and
Wednesday, December 9th and
10th. Come, Eat and be Merry.
DAlemberte,s Pharmacy
Agents
for
Kinc
Candies
"Get It at D'AlemberteV
San Carlos Hotel
TWO SUNDAY DINNERS
TABLE D'HOTE
12 TO 2:30 AND 6 TO 8:30 P. M.
ONE DOLLAR
Escambia bay oysters on half shell
Celery Radishes Salted almonds
Consomme Princess
Crearn Vermeille, crouton souffle
Cold jellied consomme
Boiled red snapper," sauce Rich
Pommes Perslll
Timbale de foi de Volaille at la Tou
louse Haricot vert
Pineapple punch
Xablsco wafers
Roast turkey with dressing
Mashed potatoes Cranberry Jelly
Apple and not salad
Chocolate eclair
Xew Tork ice cream Assorted cakes
Swiss cheesa Toasted saltines
Coffee
Sunday, December 7, 1913.
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