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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER II, 1913
5 People snd Events By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON. ra-ra'O'a'a eg- 13 PHOflE 38 . CONTRIBUTIONS TO DOLL AND TOY FUND Sirs. C. B. Rutherford ....$1.00 Mr. James McGIbbon ...... 2.00 Cqe Floral Co. 50 Rhodes Collins Furniture Co. . 2.00 Empire Laundry . Co. ....... 1.00 Ike Heilbron 1.00 W. B. Warfield 1.00 Pensacola Gas Co 5.00 Cash .. .50- Harria-Allison Company . 2.50 . Janet Harris .'. 1.00 Total .. $17.00 J. E. Duboisson and Bro. Candy, S1.00. Sirs. Louise Pfeiffer. Toys. Consolidated Grocery Co., Crate of oranges. 11. W. Gibbe Hardware Co., Pocket knife. Klein Grocery Co, Box apples. The list published today represents he contributions made since Monday to the Doll and Toy Fund, for which The Journal's St. Nicholas Girl is working. So much Interest has been shown in the work that there seems little doubt but that through their efforts and the generous response that has been made, every child in Pensacola will have a Merry Christmas. The Salvation Army, the Woman's Co-operative Relief Association, the schools and the various churches and other charitable organizations are re in Pensacola during: the summer, as Miss Kugleman's gruest. Miss Kugleman will be accompanied a part of the way by Miss Klein, who has been the inspiration of so many social courtesies while here. MRS. HENORIX EXPECTED HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. Mrs. R. E. Hendrix, who has been visiting: her -son. Mr. J. R. Hendrix. in Selma, for some time, is expected home In a few days. While In Selma, Mrs. Hendrix has also been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Goulding. MRS. OPPENHEIMER TO SPEND CHRISTMAS IN MONTGOMERY. Mrs. Dan Oppenhelmer- will leave on Sunday for Montgomery, to spend the children, in order that all such chil-; , j dren may be taken care of. It is hoped MSS GOLDSTUKPR Tft .pFNri that the fund will be large enough to YULETIDE IN cwirAro SPEND I take care of many children, whose i VnUJ rZS 7 8' , 5 Christmas might otherwise be an un- hn rtJ dCker 'l lea hatJDV one few days for ChiCas. where she Thes is only one rule to be obeyed TnisFann JhuS? SJ? f in regard to this work that the St. S hi fln 3et engf5e" Nicholas Girls are doing-and it is mi J1 this. The contributions must be mado pro,m,1"f nnns ?ahl? busm?3s for the love of the children. No one Is JJ popula asked to contribute , to this fund, in any hilSL ffS 1 a. .S fi uj.lr m vi j4 YkJ way, unless iney uu it ncciv, tAi n v. cause they wish to make the children golSSuSI? InTtZSl nappy. . Der of la But the rtb4uVnhartVLeteIJH among others a large New Year ban: ' generous and the interest so great that , . the St. Nicholas Girl hopes and le-'MpTNr n WrtMAKI,e lieves that all the children will M,G OF WOMAN S MIS made happy. - ! aptprmoopj Don't forget that if you want to- : ' '. help, no gift is too small to be appre elated. 2L Piano in Your ome i ni Ghri The Woman's Missionary Union of the East Hill Baptist church will meet . . - . iiiin ant'i iiiiiin ni i ri roia n ri r- r ,- i i Those who wish to contnoute warm members ;:r "T " 1 1 r 4- mm mm. w.AO V TMrV! CI flTi 3 Tr --v v.uv, . V W 1 visitors will be welcomed. , l little coats or shoes or provisions, or any other gifts, of this character, may do so Unci such contributions will be , M...A ACT,B.mn.. ,i tn. tii. Salvation Armv or LIVITATI ON TO AFTERNOON other of the charitable organizations for the children. RECEPTION The following invitation . niii nnri fniitu tvili received among a wide , .vjo, . frifixlo- 1 be used for the big Christmas tree to be given to the children on Christ ians morning. 1 Mothers are reminded that the St. Nicholas Girl will be glad 10 have toys that the children have outgrown, or that the boys and girls have tired of. The St. Nicholas Girl is glad to have you call, her number is 61S. has been circle of mends Mrs. James Belt McNeill Mrs. James Francis Dusenbury San Carlos Wednesday, December the seventeenth From four until six o'clock. T SINCE SHE WENT HOME. The twilight shadows linger longer here, - The Winter days make grey the cir cling year, ; For even Summer winds are chill and dear Since ehe went home. Since she went home The robin's note has touched a minor strain, The old glad songs repeat a sad re frain, Aad laughter sobs with hidden, bit ter pain Since she went home. Since she went home How still the empty rooms her pres ence blessed, Untouched the pillow that her dear head pressed ; My "mourning heart finds no place for its rest Since she went home. ' . Since she went home The long, long days have crept away like years. The sunlight has been dimmed with doubts and fears; And the dark nights have wept in lonely tears Since she went home. Robert 'J. Burdette. MRS. MORRIS BEAR. -hA Miss Meta Kosenau, of New York, who on former visits to Pensacola, as the guest of her sister. Mrs. Morris Bear, has mado many friends, has ar rived in the city, and will spend the MRS. HANNAH HOLMES IMPROVING AFTER ACCIDENT. ing the winter in New York with her Christmas season with her sister. Pen. daughters, Misses Hilma, Dagmar and 81 1S exjeriencinS a very bright Marjorie, met with a painful accident mter socially, and Miss Rosenau recently, when she collided with a wlH en-y man' Pleasures while here. MRS. LIZZIE ROSENAU VIS- I ITING IN TEXAS. Mrs. Lizzie Rosenau, who has been spending some time with relatives in fi Texas, will return to Pensacola after fj Christmas. ' j H Mrs Rosenau has made many. child riding an Irish Mail.- Mrs. Holmes was thrown to the paving, and dislocated one of the bones of the hand, but she is now rapidly recovering from the Injury. - PLEASANT CARD CLUB MEET. INft WITH MRS. BRUCE. Mrs. E. F. Bruce was hostess on friends while with her daughter, Mrs. Tuesday afternoon to the members of Max Bear, and is much missed the new Auction Bridge Club, the from the various gatherings. members enjoying . several hours of 1 bridge, playing from 3:00 to 5:00, in PARENTS-TEACHERS MEET- order that those who wished ' might ING OF SCHOOL NO. 35. attend other entertainments of the af- a meeting of the Parents -Teachers ternoon. Mrs. Robert Caldwell made Association of school No. 33 was held high score. on Tuesday afternoon, which, whilo a The next meeting will take place business meeting,. was full of interest with Mrs. Victor F. Balkcom, on Tues- to all who were present. This school, What home is rnmnlptp wif-hnnf a nisnn? We have the best assortment of High Grade Pianos in the South, and are making big reductions. Gall and inspect our elegant new instruments, from $240 to $950, and on terms to suit you. STARR BREWSTER WELLINGTON NATIONAL SCHUBERT - &m 4M$ '?;n i L iPl o2?di m&y x v.r lirrm s " ii 1 SIS day afternoon. of which Miss Annie McMillan is prin cipal, Is doing some fine work, in con nection with the Parents-Teaehers As sociation. The members are working especial -1 -TO SPEND THE WINTER IN BOHEMIA. Mr and Mrs. William Wainwright Whitnell and their daughter, Miss Ruth Whitnell, of St. xuis, will come south in a short time and are planning to ""occupy the old Gonzalez home at Lioretto, near Bohemia, for th winter. Mr. and Mrs. Whitnell spent the sea- , on two years ago at Bohemia and were frequent guests In Pensacola of Mrs. - Whitnell's sister, Mrs. John B. Jones. ' t Miss Whitnell is a very attractive member of the younger society girls In St Louis and also enjoys a wide popularity In Pensacola. She enjoyed the distinction of being chosen maid- of-honor at the court of King Prlscus two years ago. MR. EDGAR KUGLEMAN EX PECTED FOR THE CHRIST MAS HOLIDAYS. Mr. Edgar Kugleman, the bright ; young son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kugrle-' man, who 13 a student at the G. M. A., Is expected home for the Christmas . holidays. OFFICERS OF YOUNG LADIES SOCIETY GADSDEN STREET METHODIST CHURCH. At the meeting of the Young Ladies ly this year for an attractive school Society of the Gadsden Street Meth- yard, and the children are to do much odist church, the following officers for of the work themselves. The associa- j the ensuing year were elected. tion has planned, however, to have the . Miss May Wilkinson, president; Miss yard rolled and sodded, after which . m -t , T - t 3 .1. . f : I $d xiessie .rerry, iirst vice-preaiuenti .uisa , Tommie Cooper, third vjce-presldent; : Miss Clara Andrews, fourth vice-president; Miss Flora Cooper, correspond ing secretary; Miss Mary Hill, record ing secretary; Miss Mary Schonhurst, treasurer. After a social hour, re freshments were served. 1 1J l i SUQS i f) I r l r $2H(D j $113 f. s 1 1 H I iyjp Money Saved by Making Your Cough Syrup at Home Taltea But m. Few moments, m.ud. htop a Hard Ceuyti in h. Uurry SPENDING SOME TIME WITH DR. R. L. BRYAN. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Urquart of Roe ville, Fla, have been spending a few days with Dr. It. L. Bryan. Mr. and Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a Mrs. Urquart are always welcome large quantity of plain syrup. If you Pensacola visitors, and are among take one pint of granulated sugar, add those who attend the Interstate Fair pint of warm water and stir about every year. They were among the first 2 -minutes, you have aa jrood syrup as Mrhihftors from thnii- fcHnn. ntfi-- moneV Could buV. ing articles in the old Tri-county fair, I -.Y111 put? .ounces of ' SSSSIC Any piano listed above on terms of $10 cash, $1.25 per week. This sale will last only a short time, so you will have to hurry. WE DO NOT nn rree luning, Music. CHARGE INTEREST. Stool, Instruction Book and We can make delivery whenever you want it. The CI otter VeysDC rfloyse We Ship Anywhere 1 12-1 14 South Palafox Street Open Evenings and while in the city Mrs. Urquart re-' F1?" Wp-tf1 worth in a pint wfaa ceived a special premium from Mrs, Nordstrom, won at the recent Inter state fair. Mrs. Urquart won a num ber of other premiums also, and her exhibits In the Woman's Department attracted much attention. CURE THAT ECZEMA. Kill the microbes that cause eczema and all skin ailments. Use LENOIR'S ECZEMA REMEDY a positive cure. Read what Mrs. Hines. Chattanooga, says: I suffered untold asrony. First appli cation stopped the Itching." 60c at Druggists, CAWTHON-COLEMAN COMPANY. Selma, Alabama. Our Delicatessen Offers -the Following: Boiled Ham ...... 40c lb Boiled Tongue. . .50c lb Hogshead Cheese. 20c lb Minced Sausage. .20c lb Liver Sausage. . . .20c lb Pure Pork Sausage 23c lb 1-lb Box Sliced Bacon 35c Coffee Ranch Co M uth Palafox StrMt. Phone 422. MISS ELEANOR MARVIN TO SPEND CHRISTMAS IN NEW YORK. Miss Eleanor Marvin, who has been the guest of Mrs. Hannah Holmes and the Misses Holmes In Xew Tork city, will not return for Christmas, but will spend the holidays In the metropolis. Miss Marvin Is having a delightful visit enjoying the many pleasures that New York affords In the winter season. bottle, and fill it up with the Sugar oyrup, you to awe as muca cougn th chiidren wiu keep the grass water eyrup as you could buy ready made for e Wanted $2.50. Tike a teaspeonful every one, i ed .tr!Mi. M it Si wm-w thi two or three hours. keeps perfect j This is to be their special work : tlua You will find it one of the best cough : year, but next year it is hoped to ln eyrups you erer nsed even in whooping stall equipment of various Kinds in cough. You can feel it take hold the school yard. usually conquers an ordinary cough in ! . . " , , .wo 24 hours. It is just laxative enough, THE YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN'S lias a good tonic enect. ana tne taste .uuub wiin mno. rxm-. is nleaant. It is a splendid remedy, too, for whooping cough, spasmodic eroup, hoarseness and bronchial asthma. Pin ex is a most vaulable concentra ted 'compound of Norway white pine extract, rich in guaiacol and other healing pine elements. No other prepa ration will work in this formula. This plan for making cough remedy with Pinex and Sugar Syrup is now days in New Orleans with her daugh ter, Miss Mamie Ward, who is train ing at the Presbyterian Hospital in that city. will be among the debutantes who will enjoy the Pompadour and Ariola balls, always events of the winter season. MISS KAHN TO LEAVE pnR Mr Rim am Miss Minnie Kahn. who. has spent used. mo homes than any other the past month in Pensacola as the fL'r, SRi?" J9 guest of her sister, Mrs. Herron D'Al- but never successfully emberte, will leave on Friday for her ftArnSLaJaUh home in Meridian. Miss Kahn has re- LTnS, 7 W durtS Lr?J?1 iCv?rteSti,eS orPawillt it Tor JSM during her visit, besides enjoying the EeEil & The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind! c&rcra 1 TiinrA .-. . will., a-u bw ".v- w i-.V.." to w lUULiUIia CL L T Lilts debutantes and visiting girls were en tertained at the Progress Club. MISS CALMUS TO SPEND CHRISTMAS IN PENSACOLA. Miss Stella Calmus, who on former visits has made so many Pensacola friends, is expected Thursday on a vis It to her sister, Mrs. Hubert Moog, and Mrs. A Moog. Miss Calmus will spend the Christmas holidays In the city, en joying the many pleasures planned for the season. MEETING OF THE FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. The Young Matron's Five Hundred Club was prettily entertained yester day afternoon bj' Mrs. Hubert Moog, Mrs. Herman Berlin, second, and the Mrs. Ralph Berlin winning first prize, guest prize going to Miss Minnie j Kahn of Meridian, who Is the guest j of her sister, Mrs. Herron LrAIemberte. j Mrs. iyAlemberte will be hostess to; the club at its meeting, on next Wed nesday afternoon. MISS KUGLEMAN TO SPEND HOLIDAYS IN MONTGOMERY. Miss Sadie Kugleman, who has been enjoying many Informal pleasures since her debut, and during the visit of her lovely guest. Miss Jennie Klein! of .Memphis, Tenn, will leave on De- j cember ?3rd for Montgomery, to spend j the Yulet!4e as the guest of Miss Pau-. line IrsT, ho made 50 many Irlcnds' Attention is called to our fine dis play of Imported German Mottoes Excellent decorations and favors for dinners or parties, and in clever, good taste, all of them. Sol Calm & Co. Phone 1720 or 1721 Agents Chase and San bom's Coffees. Mrs. Sam Kahn will be hostess this afternoon to the young married wo man's dub, the members to enjoy a pleasant afternoon at cards. Mrs. Gabe Hirsch, Mrs. M. J. Elkan, Mrs. Sam Kahn. Mrs. Jake Bear, Mrs. I B. Gunderscheimer. Mrs. Ralph Gunder scheimer, Mrs. Ike Hirschman, and Mrs. Rosa Kaplan make up this de lightful afternoon club, which meets on Thursday afternoons. At the last meeting, at which Mrs. Elkan was the cordial hostess, Mrs. I B. Gunderscheimer won first prize, and Mrs. Hirsch, consolation. Mrs. Wil liam Rosenau. of New York, who is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Morris Bear, won the guest prize. MRS. TENCH IN JACKSONVILLE. Mrs. John W Tench is spending sev eral days in the city, the guest of Mrs. oselle C. Cooley, at her home in Riv erside, en route to her home in Gaines ville, from Savannah, Gsu, where she has been the guest of friends. Mrs. Tench was one of the Florida delegates at the recent convention of the United Daughters of the Confeder acy held in New Orleans, and was elected custodian general of the cross es of honor, making her also a mem ber of the executive board of the na 1 1 o n a 1 organization. Jacksonville Times-Union. MRS. BRYAN RETURNED TO HER HOME AT FREEPORT. Mrs.A. B. Bryan, who has been so ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. H. Bryan, on North Alcaniz street, has returned to her home In FreeporV much improved in health. Mrs. Bryan has many friends in 1'ensacola, who will be glad to know that there is ev ery prospect of her regaining her strength. ' - MRS. WARD RETURNED FROM TEXAS VISIT. Mrs. John G. Ward is expected home' today from a delightful visit in Texas, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Ward, at Houston, and cf. Mr. and.Mrs. Picket Jones, at Beau- t mont. En route home, she spent,, a few ' MR. AND MRS. ROLAND THATCHER PLEASED WITH PANAMA. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thatcher, who afternoon reception for her daughters, are making their home in Panama, Miss Elizabeth Fisher and Miss Helen are much pleased with life in the canal . Fisher, who are among the four pret- DEBUTANTE TEA FOR THE MISSES FISHER. This afternoon from four to six Mrs. William Fisher will entertain with an zone, notwithstanding tnat tney .are experiencing some very warm weath er Just now. ty deDutantes or the season. Receiving with Mrs. Fisher and her daughters will be Miss Kitten Mer- Mrs. Thatcher whoso marriage at ' ritt, Miss Evelyn Maxwell and Mips her old home in Fremont, Ohio, was Janie Knowles. Mrs. Fisiier will bo an event of the summer, finds life very assisted by a number of her 'married interesting In the far south, and in 1 friends, in the reception hall and din thelr new home at Vas Obisco, Mr. and I ing room, and in the evening, will en- He is a graduate of the Stevens School of Technology and in following his pro fession in the East. Mrs. William H. Knowles is at home (Continued on Page Seven) Mrs. Thatcher had the pleasure of en tertaining recently, Mr. Ossle Hurst, of Cristobel, who is a former Pensacola boy making his home in Tanama. tertain the younger set with a dance. PERSONAL MENTION. MISS BEALL NOT EXPECTED HOME UNTIL AFTER HOLIDAYS. Miss Mary Beall, who has been vis Iting relatives in St. Louis since Oc tober, having been introduced to socie ty by her aunt. Mrs. Rutherford Cook, 1 is enjoying a gay winter, many debu tante parties having been given in herj honor. Miss Beall will remain In S. t Mr. Raymond Zeek Is expected from Louis for the Christmas holidays, but Philadelphia to spend Christmas with will return some time in January, and , his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Zeek. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Mitchell and chil dren are expected December 20 from Pensacola to spend the Christmas hol idays In Jacksonville, the guests of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rogers, at their home in River side. Jacksonville Times-Union. Kav& Labels rwm m. i t ' -r 9 0 1 nil mip ! 1 S sj 1 . il Made from Alabama RiLbon Ca Try deli clou Orange Belt Can Syrup and you will alwmya like it it's better and tweeter becacta the cane is erown in the EitramiOrun Belt Gulf Coast Gieht sandy which makes vJrange jjeit Syrc- dearer ana sweets; f i x u IncusoBlr.lOsiMaadas. Atmetn. rr th UbaU tmmx t J tew Belt tw -thcr AJ9 too lot rtluzblm rrainifc Ss4 1 tot 9f U inia litf ggfctwy. Sj I filODiie bugar lievciopment tympany, Mooue, au. m zzjFiBm rftt f f?TT f? ff?i fi ft w p ?? f? fi ?rn n fi ?i fSFifi fisfi fi fin it ff n I I and pare. WBTHI US MEANS FULL VALUE ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND. A PENNY WELL. SPENT MEANS SATISFACTION TO YOU IN EVERY SENSE v OF THE WORD. YOURS FOR TODAY: Shrimps, rjcr can .... 12c Fish Flakes, Burnham & Morrell, per can, 8c Tuna Fish, 7-oz cans 15c; 13-oz cans. . .25c Will mak Salad which tastes fmflar to chicken. Kippered Herring, per can 9c French's Cream Salad Mustard, 2 bottles, 15c 25 lbs Standard Gran ulated Sugar for $1.00 With every $5 purchase or more of grocrU that are not advartlsd In this llat. E B Hoffman & Son The Store Where Quality and Prlca Are Both Considered. Phone 825 57 and 59 E. Grecory street.