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a r ri si n v , 11 in i v i .i i I p ouniip 00 3 By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON. -AJLBJUULfiJLO vrt3ining for her daughters, Elizabeth and Helen Fisher, TT-irc anion? the lovely debutantes rt4 season, Mrs. William Fisher op. n her spacious home on veth J''" 'sterday afternoon for a lnti.n to introduce her young . f) nr luaiucu ii iciiuo, en- . .... I.- .ixJ .,r.nr, Hk f .-r the younger set. 1 ter of Mrs. C. I Oppenborn, was tSNbsagBg bridesmaid and Dorothea, the little ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Oppen j horn, was ring bearer. She wore a ' white hand embroidered dress. Paul Meske served as best man. The ; bride's gown waa of blue messaline ! and she carried white carnations. Miss Cornack the bridesmaid, wore a grown ' of blue messaline and carried pink car nations. The Oppenbom home was bjautlylly- decorated with chrysan themums, ferns and carnations. Fol lowing the wedding ceremony refresh : ments were served. The guests were limited to the relatives of the two f am- serving. , H The bride is well known in this city, fl oemg a graduate from the Alpena l Business College. Mr. Oppenborn's I home was in Alpena until eight years ago when he moved to Pensacola, Fla, I Mr. Oppenbom is chief engineer for frrtinr th oiitoiil , I the Pensacola Ice Co. Mr. and Mrs. t tered, were Mrs. I Hilton-Green, Mrs '-'Oppenborn visited friends and relatives N C. W. Lamar. Mrs. W. n. FrrsR Mrs' in Detroit, Mich., and Clarksville, 1 W. A. Blount, Mrs W. K. Hyer, Mrs. J. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Oppenbom will U A. .Merritt, Miss Lieila Reese. . wer many inenas ai In the dining room assisting werw F-im7lilh- bS aIdwuu Mrs. F. M. Blount, Mrs. W. A. Blount, M,rh P y Alpena ' .is. iuiijuu iiyer, .mss Aoa .u-ton-Green, MIb Emily Jones, Miss Mary Winston "Jones, Miss Cora Louise Simpson, Miss Genevieve Brent. peauiijui i euepuun, una uance jor we lcc?c F'tolia'- IS ' " - . ' : i SHOP EARLY. fftainin: . dan1' Mrs Fisher Btood in the library to -'r hT guests, her xtwo youns Sn'shtPM, anfl Miss Kitten Merritt and Miss Bvc?yn Maxwell receiving with 3 Mioses Fisher were gowned tlka, 'n white charmeuse, fashioned in the cew minaret mode, with touches f silver iifiti ilere ari(i ther' c t ;,tty gowns. Both carried armfula of M Hsher wore a handsome recep-f Beaut,S. grouped about the lar- 'iown of black lace over satin, f er ,va" were n"er holdeja of the v' Merritt was In pale pink crepe ! '"ve,y. ulouI"B- f"1" P1, lulie 111 a " ... x .-s- .!r i 1 American Keautv and - nale ereen SS.of bro furl andrdifere "h. foOT des Painted wagons cross the crowded lax and American beauty roses, the With Christmas wonders laden down; smilax used also to outline the round From Harlem and from Brooklyn way table, and fringing the overhead light. They cpme and go, all night, all day; Between the streamers of American worn. Pioamng norses drag them on, Ty 4...,i i .. t X rged by their drivers, tired and wai ucauiy tunc;, fiioxiuci voaca ui aagiaui, valley lilies, and low silver dishes hold ing cakes in the form of roses, added to the beautiful effect. The white mint Behind packed counters all day long, The dining room, in its decorations Facing rushing, crushing throng, of graceful, featherv ferns and Ameri. Breathing the heated, teeming air can Beauty roses, created a picture in-. Now answering here, now answering jjJ oescnbabla in its charm and beauty.; mere, . . , The table, covered with Roso point lace with jumping nerves, all worn to over palest green, waa centered with shreda, American Beauty roses. Rising from With aching feet and tired heads, .. the centre of a reflector, a tall crystal Tn shopgirls stand, and weak and vase held dozen. of thft American faint xneir voices rise in this one plaint "Shop early!" "Shnn nr1v!" link carnations. Miss Evelyn Maxwell wore a pretty fown ft pale blue charmeuse, with jjfarl trimmings, and carried pink car s'.ions and white narcissus. Miss Janie Knowles was in white eharme'Jie, with overdress of chiffon OThroiiiered in gold. Tha group of lovely girls made a idiant picture of youth, in graceful, filmy gowns, against the background of foliage plants and Rich, pond rosi which were used here In decorative scneme. forming a rged by. their drivers, tired and wan. They seem to give the mournful sound: "Shop early!" their sticks were embossed in tiny roses and . 1,1 'I tied with pale green ribbons, and the " ices were froaen in the form of Amer ican Beauties. Tramping in their never-ending beat. Then men in gray with heavy sacks Roses were used on the buffet, with S ?r,iftmaJP Ji "pn their back. . T' lul " r," "rrr Glad marks of friendship's offerings; fttme about lardinieres held graceful, feathery , and on the serving table, the pretty ""L" rerns, nu ian visw m ure ucei-'iy ; n.auvu v-olco - "-"- ' Cards with thplr !.;. niAhmntlil lraoa nirl crvcto 1 ' hflskpts nf thfi ValleV-lilieS. Tall. u . . . . ..... VwUW . - . . - - - nam4 nuiucia " . 1 ' - . Inrloc tho. t .r t Vi n txrislA tit 1 ti . 1 1 - M n ri TOT'Tl 5 wprA or books, or games, generous giver's ttUUUl. HIC UVO.UHl.Ui I UW.ll. TJJ .... I. 1 A Calling during the afternoon to meet A, i t 1 l,u"' """ e two attractive young daughters of , Th-is PJ" theiT Haggard looks im- flips. added to the beauty of the room In the reception hall yellow was : massed on the mantel and elsewhere used as the color note, against the greenery. The over-mantel was entire ly banked with the graceful sprenger'.i, ;he mantle proper being massed with hundreds of tin- yellow narcissus, iifirl -e!!ow roses were used in vases against the preenery of ferns and potted pianu. - creep from door to door With lagging steps that spring no more. the two attractive young daughters the house were several hundred guests, and in the evening the home was thrown open to the young girls who assisted, and the othe members of the younger set. . FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN. part: "Shop early!" Paul West in New York World. On last Fridav Mrs. T. A. Darbv eave History and Civics visited on Monday morning the new Supreme Court ceremony, and Rev, IVES-KAVANAUGH WEDDING OF INTEREST IN FLORIDA. An interesting wedding of December is that of Miss Mary Elizabeth Kav- anaugh and Mr. Layton Marion Ives, which takes place on Monday evening, j the eighth, at the home of the bride's j parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. . Kava j naugh, on upper Third avenue. Sight o'clock is the hour set for the Henry Schlenke, Ri-i11r11rir nnA tha fTanttol. thna eaAniHB Castor Of the Church Of the HolV Fam Geography class which they will long a new insjght into the state adminis- ily. will officiate. . remember w'uh pleasure.' Thf students tration'of government.' They saw, as Miss Nell Jones will be maid of 'bo on entering their lecture room found it weHt much of historical interest, for nor for Miss Kavanaugh, and Mr. transformed; for on the floor lay the lnstance the portraits of the Gover- Meriwether Hackney, of Atlanta, a skin of a great polar bear, on the wall's nors ot Florida, the Confederate battle cousin of the groom, will act as best were pictures of arctic scenery and fla&s ana many rare old maps, pic- man for Mr. Ives. life, and around the room were dis- --,. ari Hnoumpnfs. The kindness The bride will be given in marriage rlaypd many interesting and beautiful j and courtesv of the officers of the by her father, Mr. R. E. Kavanaugh, ci.t. rrsit.r.-rma-n nro a m.i.v. a r nro r a - and will wpar n hiini1inm wodilini? ted by the girls, the final pleasing in- gown of brocaded tango crepe cannon! 4 count of life iri the far North; of Nome 1 cident of the visit to the Capitol be- ciotn embroidered in peans ana witn, with its stransre contrasts, where peo-i ing the reception accorded them by trimmings of Princess lace. The veil j j pie of ail nationalities and all claes the Governor. Before returning to will be of Princess lace, and she will meet; of the minlnjr camps, the Es- ' the College they visited the Walker carry & bouquet of valley lilies. s kimo women, the schools. She sroke Library to see the Spanish armor and The maid of honor's gown is of i from her personal experience and, other historical relics there. tnere was the keenest interest on the TODAY. articles from Alaska and Siberia- Mrs. Darby gave a most vivid ac- nave a Home Piano in Your This Christmas What home is rnmnlptp wif-hnnf a nino? We have the best assortment of High Grade Pianos in the South, and are making big reductions. Call and inspect our elegant new instruments, from $240 to $950, and on terms to suit you. STARR BREWSTER WELLINGTON NATIONAL SCHUBERT - .; I part of her hearers, Then the students were invited to examine the remarkable collection of Give articles displayed, which included THOUGHTS FOR a little, live a little, try a little minn; white crepe meteor with trimmings of i yf pearls and crystals combined with I ?! chantilly lace. Her flowers will be American Beauty roses. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple will leave for their fu- ring apnrel of the Eskimos, im-1 Sing a little bring a little happlnes . ture home hi J; be tQ other -:ements of hunting and flshlngr. and toearth; 5n Florida the trio to be nlan- specimens of the'r primitive art as Sing shown in rude pottery and cues and . "peons of bone. More beautiful and r.o less interesting were the baskets of Meus kinds, the fine carvings on ory fit-iimss on walrus tusks, and Flay a a little, onng a nine nappiness Spare a little, share a little of your holiday. tner examples of modern art. And ast. but In no sense the least, wre ke teeth nnd jaw bone of a masto 4on. The retnilur monthlv meptlng of the asskal Club was held Friday even The lot-irer of the occas'on was Or. Mnrienbiirger who gave .a most n resthiS talk on the studv of the -lassirs lnd diseusped efinerlallv rnethods of teaching the clfis-ies in rmany. The Club has an attract've rregram f.ir the year, and the mem--ws ara taking up the work with "est. . The Talisman for Xovemher. 1!13, -s Particularly attractive. Besides the raoj -ories. poems, and materials, sere are notes from the several de partments of the OollPEre. news of the Alumnae, and a Collesre directory, glv--28 tlie various organizations, and the of their officers. The Talisman. n brief, js a charming reflation of CoitPl.e nfe ana the ed'tors and ormal School class in U. S. glad; Rest a l'ttle, jest a little if a heart is sad; Spend a little, send a Jittle to anoth er's doorj Givo a little, live a little, love a little more! - Douglas Malloch. points in Florida, the trip to be plan , ned along the rorte. Among the out-of-town guests ex pected for the wedding are Miss Norma, Markwalter, of Augusta, and Mr. Mer- Mr. Bob- cn i-tz yj i-t i ..iiu '... ....v .v at St. Bernard, located at Cullman, Ala. Columbus Ledger. litMo nr.v a little be a little ? Iwether . Hackney, of Atlanta; little, pra a ntue, De a mue tr3iVniv. nf Atlanta: Mr. I 4.UC" rf mgm hml feiifi. ivli r " uJSigfi llllili ''w4L $1 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 TT Jhree luning, Music. CHARGE INTEREST. Stool, Instruction Book and We can make delivery whenever you want it. Clutter Viysic 1 We Ship Anywhere 1 12-1 14 South Pa!3fo Street Open Evenings and the wire covered with tango-red (coppery brown) roses. The bodice is In tulle ol the same color, mingled with palest blue, tulle, a lovely contrast. Over a white broche (very supple ana TANGO GOWNS TO BE WORN THIS WINTER. Srvmn nf the new evening erowris are ! divided at the back for the purpose of light), is worn a jet tunic, too clinging making it easier to dance the univer-' to stand out from the figure, but so sallv popular tango. It looks rather managed that at the back and sides it odd to have a fully draped front to the falls in double pleats that give tne ne- MEETING OF PAST NOBLES GRAND ASSOCIATION. Thn. Poet 'W.Mm rera.ml Assoria : this .ftormn uffith TWrst ! .i-ht orith th hpk Ht im to th knees. ! cessarv effect of fulness. The bodice iiuu win utoi ""-"". z ::r - .:r m F W Ridgely. to perfect plans lor a but this has Deen a year 01 exiraorm- ; consists 01 a wmw tui .. j-., reception to be held on Monday, and nary eccentricity in dress, and before ; with white tulle rising from it, form-. the close we may see stui more pecu-, ing sleeves ana iuckch iuw liar thinsrs. Dancers will not wear tne , back. GIVE MINSTREL THIS EVENING members are urged to attend. THE DEATH'OF SISTER MARY JOSEPHINE MUCH REGRETTED. Many in Pensacola, where she iaoor. The .c N ew Arrivals for your inspection Apple Butter, in bulk, per pound . . .... .20c Chow-Chow, in bulk, per quart ... .25c Mince Meat, in bulk, Per pound .15c Coffee Ranch Co H South Paiafox Stmt. Phone 422. odd little pointed train that jerks so amusingly after those who patronize it. But the fronts of dancing dresses ed for so many years, will regret to ; will be curved upward away from the learn of the death of Sister Mary Jo- j feet. s'Jleal it MTbTinMym- ! 1 at her home, on East Chase street. ev,, h i -op-t v or iv -rii'it terial suitable for evening wear in jet, a month, and her death will be learned ; in colored beads, in diamond jewelling. with deep regret by tne many inenas i a iace tunic worn uver x girai S11K SKirt, very cioseiy inujug iuuhu tho ankle9, is wired round the edge, who knew and loved her here. PASTIME CLUB WITH MRS. RADY. Mrs. Elizabeth Rady was hostess on Wednesday evening to the members of, the Pastime Club, Mrs. Walter L.ind-j strom winning ace prize. Mrs. Rady, consolation, and Mrs. Martin Jones,, lone hand. Mr. Peter Murphy won ace prize for the gentlemen, the others winning, be-. ing Mr. Evans, consolation, and Mr. I Martin 'Jones, lone hand. j At the next meeting the club will; be entertained by Mrs. M. P. Bonifay. MISS MARJORIE SMITH CRITICALLY ILL. Miss Mariorie Smith, the school girl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Smith, who was operated on for appen dicitis by Dr. Inge of Mobile, is still quite ill, but was slightly better yes terday. Many family friends regret to learn of her illness. OPPENBORN-KROLL WED DING AT LONG LAKE. The marriage of Miss Cordelia Cath erine Kroll. of Long Lke, to Mr. Wm. H. Oppenborn. of Pensacola, Fla., took place Thursday evening, ec. 4, at the home of the groom's brother, C. I Oppenborn, of Miller street. The ser vice was read by Rev. M. W. Bruck ner, pastor of St. Paul German Lu theran church. The beautiful double ring service was used. The wedding! march played by Mrs. C. Lm. Op-j penborn. Miss-Mario Cornack, a sis- 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 Cahn & Co. Phone 1T20 or 1721 Agents Chase and San born's Coffees. , PERSONAL MENTION. The friends of Mrs. Nannie Tjoveless will regret to learn that she Is quite The Journal "Want Ad. Way" is the best investment you can make. GIRL A VICTIM OF WANDERLUST Chicago, Dec. 10. Claiming to be a victim of an inherited desire to wan der, 20-year-old Margaret Feltwell, who says she is a member of a wealthy family of Altoona, Pa., is being cared for by the' county today. Frail and half starved, the girl appealed for kdging and food yesterday. According to her story she gave up a life of ease, cut family ties and like her father and his forefathers, set out to see the world. Her father, she saj-s, is Rev. Joseph Feltwell, a traveling evangelist. PROSPECTS EXCELLENT FOR A LARGE CROWD AT Y. M. C. Aj CONCERT OF MUSIC SCHOOL POSTPONED. GOVERNMENT IS UPHELD IN ACTION BAZAAR Pensacola High School SATURDAY, DEC. 13. At 122 South Paiafox' Street, Next to "La Mode." Ltmch Will Be Served All Day arid Supper at Night.; By Gilfillan Scott. The concert which was to have been given this evening by the Pensacola Schooi of Music has been postponed until next Friday on account of the Y. M. C. A. annual minstrel show which takes place this evening. A large number of friends of the two institutions had expressed their regret that both entertainments should fall on the same evening, and there had been quite a lot of indecision as to which to attend. A friendly solution of the dif ficulty has baen found by putting oft tvf fnoprt fr a week n tht oao1": should get a full house and everyone be able to enjoy both evenings. The Y. M. C. A. show promises to eclipse anything of the kind offered by amateurs in Pensacola and the field is new clear for the biggest attendance on record. . There has been a thoroughly practi cal revival recently in every depart ment and things are looking up won derfully. The minstrel show will give the finances a much needed boost and the public will in return get a Jolly ex'eninu's entertainment crowded with every kind of fun. Next Friday, the 19th, the San Carlos Auditorium will doubtless be equally crowded, the school concert being a special one for the purpose of clearing up a deficit of seventy dollars on the year's concerts, due to the custom of charging only ten cents lor students concerts. The program will include some very fine performances by the members of the teaching staff and advanced pupils, and some of the best music ever heard In Pensacola will be rendered. Chicasro, Dec. 10. The report of C. B. Morrison, who conducted an exam ination into workinsrs of the Chicago Butter and Egg Board filed here today, sustains all of the material allegations of the government that the quotations committee of the board, previous to its elimination last February, operated in restraint of trade by artificial fixing of butter and egg prices. Mr. Morrison found that the charges airainst the Chicago board applied equally to the El pin board of trade. The report will be read by Judge Landiswbo then listened to arguments and later delivered a conclusion. It is a civil action under the Sherman law. Although the practice of fixing prices by a quotation committee was aband oned 'by the board, District Attorney Wilkerson said the case would be pressed to an early hearing as it was desired to obtain a court decision on points involved. A verdict for the government, he thought, would Insure against resump tion of price fixing in this market and would furnish a guide for action against offending boards in other cities. Be Healthy, Happy, Vigorous Trembling, Nervous Prostration and That Tired Feeling Vanish after a Treatment of Ambition Pills. Every run down, weakened, tired out nervous person In Pensacola i3 Invited to go to the Crystal Pharmacy this very day and get a 50 cent box of Wendell's AmMtion Pills. 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