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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1914.
VEI PERSONAL INTERESTING c ID SOCIETY PHONE NO. 83. By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON so CIETY P EO E TS Get-Together Tea of The Get Together Tea, which was to have been held on Friday afternoon at the San Carlos hotel, has been FRIEND O' MINE. "When you are happy, friend o mine; And all your skies are blue, Tell me your luck your fortune fine, And let me laugh with you. Tell me the hopes that spur you on. The deeds you mean to do, The gold you've struck, the fame you've won And let me joy with you. And when you're sad and heart a-cold, And all your skies are dark Tell me the dreams that mocked your hold The shafts that missed the mark. Am I not yours for weal or woe? , How else can friends prove true? Tell me what breaks and wing3 your love And let me weep with you. So, when the night falls tremulous, And the last lamp burns low And one of us, or bath of us The long, long road must go; Look with your dear eyes into mine Give me your hand, so true. Whatever fate our souls await Let me be here with you. Anonymous. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OSCEOLA CLUB. The annual meeting of the Osceola club will be held this evening, at 6:30 o'clock. Gumbo will be served after the meeting. MR. AND MRS. VINSON, TO GO TO OKLAHOMA. .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A Vinson have left for Oklahoma City, where they will make their .home, Mr. Vinson hav ing engaged in the real estate busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Vinson will carry with them tfc their western home, the good wishes of many friends, for they have both been very popular in Pensacola. SOMETHING NEW IN THE WAY OF ENTERTAINING. Since the Inauguration of the din ner dance In Pensacola, the impetus given to dancing and dining has been most marked, and the Saturday night dinner-dances at the San Carlos have been a very delightful means of bring ing people together for an evening of pleasure. But the supper dansant, which Is so popular elsewhere, has not yet been introduced here, and it will make Its initial appearance on Wednesday evening at the San Carlos hotel. On Wednesday evening and again on Fri day evening, supper will be served at the San Carlos from 7:30 to 8:45, and from 8:45 to 10 there will be dancing in the main cafe. As It is planned to make (these events delightfully Informal affairs no Invitations will be extended. The supper dansant has had the cachet given it, because of Its very Informality. It is something new in Pensacola, and will vie with the din ner dances in popularity. The Young Ladies Orchestra which has made dining and dancing at the San Carlos so delightful this winter, will furnish the music, and the pro- Weak Lungs Often Lead to Serious Illness If you have weak lunga, you are gen erally subject to colds or throat trouble and easily susceptible to serious Lung Trouble. In many cases pneumonia or bronchlaJs leave the Lungs in a much weakened condition. Kckman's Altera tive Is a medicine for the throat and lungs which has been found to be very beneficial, even when a change of cli mate and other treatments failed to bring relief. Read of this cape: 231 S. Atlantic Ave.. Iladdonfleld, N. J. "Gentlemen; In the fall of 1905 I con tracted a very severe cold which settled on my lungs. At last I began to raise sputum, and my physician then told me I must go to California Immediately. At this time i was advised to take Eckman s Alterative. I stayed at home and com menced taking it the last week in Octo ber. I Pegan to improve, and the nrst week In January, 1906, I resumed my reg ular occupation, haying gained 25 pounds, fully restored to health. It is now seven years since my recovery has been ef- rectea. and I cannot praise ECKman s Alterative too highly." (Signed W. M. TATEM. (Above abbreviated; more on request.) Eckman's Alterative has been proven by many years test to be most efnea clous for severe Throat and Lung Affec tions, Bronchitis. Bronichlal Asthma. Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the system. Contains no narcotics, poisons or habit-forming drugs. Sold by V. F. Balkcom, Drug Co., The Crystal Phar macy. The Central Pharmacy and lead ing "druggists. Write the Eckman Lab oratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for booklet telling of recoveries and additional evi dence, (adv.) 3 NEW ARRIVALS Mackerel, Herring and Fish Roe. They are all good Try them. Remember we roast Coffee every day' , Coffee Ranch Go 14 South Palafox trt. Phong 422. Civic League Postponed postponed for a while, the ladles hav ing decided this to be the wisest move at the present time. gramme of dances and the menu for supper, will both be of the latest and best. Pensacolians are never behind in the appreciation of any new more of en tertaining, and the supper dansant promises to become very popular, on Wednesday and Friday at the San Carlos. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Katrine McKlnnon and two children, who have been spending some time with Mrs. McKinnon's mother, Mrs. C. II. Laney, left Saturday to join Mr. McKlnnon In Philadelphia. Miss Sarah Gillls, who has been vis iting relatives In DeFuniak for some time, has returned home, and Is with Mrs. C. II. Laney, on West Wright street. SANTA ROSA CO. AS SOON AS ALL E!DS ARE RE CEIVED FROM- STEEL BRIDGE COMPANIES, SESSION OF COM MISSIONERS BE HELD HERE. Peter Tomaseljo, chairman of the Santa Rosa county board of county commissioners and also head of the Joint boards of commissioners of Santa Rosa and Escambia counties, is still waiting for bids from various steel bridge companies on the proposed four bridges to connect this with Santa Rosa county. The bridge will form parts of highways between the two counties, and it is proposed to locate them at Mollno, Ferry Pass, McDavid and some other point not yet definitely decided upon.- . The bridge companies were notified that all bids must be In by the twenti eth of this month, today. Only one had been received by Mr. Tomasello last .night. . As soon as the other bids are in a meeting of the two boards will be called for the near future in Pen sacola, The only missing link in the Honey moon route which would connect Pen sacola with Marianna, Moultrie, At lanta, Jacksonville and New York is over the Escambia river and the pro posed Ferry Pass bridge will make the connection complete. Relief Money To Go Back To the Donors (Continued from First Page siWe action rega-din? the copper strike at the meeting today in Wash ington of the executive council of the American Federation of Labor. The council was expected to be aske-d to call a general strike ln Michigan to aid the copper miners. The special grand Jury today con tinued Its investigation into disorders growing out of the strike. TO INVESTIGATE REPORT. Washington, Jan. 19. Undaunted i by the action of the democrats of ! the house rules committee in voting ; against reporting a rule to provide ; for congressional Investigation of the ! Colorado and Michigan mining strikes, Representative Keating of Colorado today circulated a petition for a dem ocratic caucus to pass on the question as a matter of party policy. He de clared today that the matter was too vital to rest with Individual members of the committee. Supporting this attitude, Represent ative Hill of Illinois has introduced a resolution directing the speaker of the house to appoint a committee of five members to investigate conditions in Colorado to ascertain whether there has been an interference with the mails or with the Immigration laws and whether the mining operators have coerced the employes and com bined m restraint of trade and im ported fire arras and explosives. Sakura-Jima In Fresh Eruption In South Japan (Continued From First Page.) bivouacked in the streets and parties of blue jackets from the Japanese cruisers are searching the ruins. The villages of Shlgetokl and Ka jimlkl, ten miles inland, suffered very severely in the catastrophe. No estimate can yet be made of the casualties. THREE HUNDRED BURIED. Three hundred refugees from Sa kura were burled under a falling cliff in a neighboring village today. One hundred bodies have been recovered. -This new disaster Is a result of the volcanlo eruptions and earthquakes which for a week have devastated the inland of Sakura, and made a wreck of this city. The eruptions and earthy) quake eofBue. ESCAMB A ID BOARDSTOMEET WOULD SIT DOWN COULDN'T GET UP And This Lady Would Do a Little Work and Have to Go to Bed for an Hour. Columbia, Tenn. Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this town. says:. T was a sufferer from womanly troubles for five years, and it got me down so, I could not do any of my work. Would have to lie in bed nearly all the time. "When I would sit down, couldnt get up, without pull ing at something to help me. I would do a little work, and have to go to bed for an hour. I would have those awful trembly spells, and a swimming in my head. I surely felt that I had rather be dead, than be In my condition. I finally wrote to the Ladies Advisory Department of the Chattanooga Medi cine Co., and they advised me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, for my troubles. I did and now I am sound and well of all my troubles. The sec ond bottle helped me so much, that I didn't have to go to bed any more. I certainly feel that Cardui is worth its weight in gold to every suffering woman." If you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments so "common to women, try Cardui. For more than 50 years, Cardui has been used with entire satisfaction, by hundreds of thousands of weak and ailing women. It will surely help you, too. N. B. "Write to: Ladles Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions and 64- page book, '"Home Treatment for t Women," sent in plain wrapper on re-j quest. (Adv) j MISS FAN WARREN HOSTESS TO NOMADS. On Monday afternoon Miss Kan Warren was hostess to the Xomads, at their regular weekly meeting, the following interesting program occupy ing the afternoon: The Lone Star State: Mrs. C. W. Oliver; With Taylor and Scott in Mexico: Mrs. Thomas Hannah; Read ing From Van Dyke. Mrs. John B. Jones. HARDEE-BROWARD ENGAGEMENT. Mrs. Napoleon Bonaparte Broward announces the engagement of -her daughter, Enid Lysle, to Mr. Lucius Augustus Hardee, the wedding to take place February IS. Miss Broward is a member of an old Florida family, her father, the late Jx'apoleon B. Biownar.l. having at one time been governor of the state. He was elected United States senator from FiiA-ida; v,- tiled before taking his seat In th er.-.te. Miss Broward was a student for a number of years at Rolhns college. Winter park, where she took up Arts and Crafts. She Is also a dramatic reader of ability, having taken a special course in this work. She is an attractive girl . with a FOR FACE AND HMDS CUTICURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment arc world favorites because so effective in restoring the natural purity and beauty of the skin, scalp hair and hands when marred by un sightly conditions. Cutleura Sosp aod Ointment sold throughout th world. Liberal sample of eacb mailed tree, with 3 2-p. book. Address "Cutteura," Dept. 4H. Boston. HTM en who shars and shampoo with CttUcura fosp will find tt test lor sua and aoalp. charming personality, and has won for herself hosts of friends, in this city, and In Tallahassee, where the family resided during her father's term of of fice. Mr.' Hardee is the son of Mr. John Hardee, and Is a native of Savannah, though he has spent a number of years In Valdosta. He is prominent In so cial and business circles, and has numbers'of friends who are extending hearty congratulations upon his win ning so charming a girl. The engagement will be of unusual Interest throughout the state and Georgia. Jacksonville News. SOCIAL AT THE KNOX CHURCH ON FRIDAY EVENING. A very pleasant social was held at the Knox church on Friday evening, at which the ladies of the church served tea, and a very delightful musical program was rendered. Among those taking part in the musi cal o, were Mr. Iwlght Anderson, who played several of his own composi tions, and other selections. Miss Neil Burrow and Miss Margaret Wilhelrni, sang, and Instrumental' music was furnished by Misses Kathleen Morri son and Miss Allyn Bonacker. MRS. C. L. WILSON TO VISIT MRS. KEHOE. Mrs. C. I Wilson arrived last night from Marianna, to be the guest of Mrs. J. Walter Kehoe. Mrs. Wilson is the wife of former states attorney from the ninth district, and both she and her husband have many friends in Pensacola, where she will receive a most cordial welcome. DORCAS SOCIETY OF KNOX CHURCH TO MEET. The Dorcas Society of the Knox church will meet this afternoon with Mrs. M. Burrow, at their home, 1638 East Gadsden street. An Ideal Woman's Laxative. Who wants to take salts, or castor oil, when there is nothing better than Dr. King's New Life Pills for all bowel troubles. They act gently and naturally on the stomach and liver .stimulate and rt-gulate your bowels and tone up your entire system. Price 25c. All druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. (Adv.) AMUSEMENTS. Bcston Musical Club. Tho entertainment of the Boston. Musical club, given last night in the Methodist church auditorium, was well attended, and the audience was re warded by an evening of much pleas ure, tho program being replete with good things, all admirably rendered. The entertainment was in two parts, the first consisting of. choruses, male quartettes, a cello solo, vocal solos and a reading selected from "Madame But terfly.' The second part was a minstrel en tertainment, in white face, and the jokes and songs, in lighter vein, were? worthy of minstrel stars. The entertainments given by the Al kahest Lyceum Bureau, under the auspices of the ladies of the Methodist church, have been well received this season, and none have proved pleas anter diversion than that of the Bos ton Musical club. The Smart Set. If you can imagine a neer-do-well, an illiterate and shiftless negro try ing to palm himself off as a president of a thriving and illustrious Colored Republic and at the same time aspir ing to social and political honors, you can get a fair idea of the plot of the new musical comedy, "The Wrong Mr. President," which is booked as the next -attraction at the opera house on Friday, Jan. 23rd. The piece is In three acts and we are informed that there Is not a dull or listless mo ment throughout. It is to be inter preted by "The Smart Set" Company, an organization composed of colored artists, who have won th-?ir spurs as entertainers out of the beaten path. The chief destroyer of gloom is Salem Tutt Whiney and on his shoulders the burden of the fun rests, j ney is a star of magnitude Whit and in j this particular production, which, by the way, was written by himself, his talents are said to have unlimited sway. Whitney has earned through hard and indefatigible work a most enviable reputation and from all ac counts in his latest concoction of med ody, song and mirth he lives up to his well earned popularity. He has associated himself this season with a cas) of forty players all capable in their respective lines of endeavor. His leading assistants are Homer Tutt and Blanche Thompson, the latter a vi vacious and re-ally capable prima don na. A dozen song hits have been pro vided by T. L. Corwell, a new com poser, who has written some excellent music. Vaudeville specialties and other features will be introduced forming an entertainment calculated to establish a high water mark in the annals of modern amusements. Sale of tickets at Balkcom's Wed nesday, Jan. 21st. It Is Up To Pensacola. The paramount musical event of the season and for that matter of the past several seasons, will be the con- ' cert, on next Monday evening, at the ! opera house, of Andor von Coboly, the : great Hungarian composer-pianist, j Needless to state, the Hungarian na ! tkm has supplied the major percentage ! of all the great celebrities that have built art to its present established pin nacle. This section of the country is about to undergo a great era of development on account of the opening of the Pan- : ama canal, soui tne Dusmess woria and the artistic world have their eyes 1 focused on Pensacola. The great book- AT THE OPERA HOUSE. Concert of AND0R VON C0B0LY The Famous Hungarian Composer-Pianist BOX OFFICE AT BALKCOM'S DRUG STORE PRICES, 50c to $1.50 NEW COMPOSITIONS. NEW PROGRAMME. THE STARR PIANO USED. ing agencies are asking themselves the question, "Is the ardstio growth of Pensacola keeping pace with its great civic development?" Too much stress therefore cannot be laid upon the fact that the concert of von Coboiys, whose name is coupled with that of Listz (the greatest artist the world has eyer produced) places the people at that critical stage of determining the future musical status of the city, as the outcome of this concert will un doubtedly be accepted as a criterion by all the other great masters of art in arranging their concert tours. What will the answer be? At the Empress. The show at the Empress, the "Mur ray Musical Comedy Co.." was can celled yesterday by the management after the first show. Manager Jones made an announcement to the effect that no company not up to the stan dard, could rlay his house and made a hit with the audience, when ho said that he would rather close his house than play such a show. At the night show the house was packed to the doors to see the vaudeville that Man ager Jones had provided for them. Taking into consideration the short time the management had to secure this show it was very good. The acts consisted of the following: Honey Boy Wintergxeen, black face comedian; Johnny Jones and Holmes In harmony singing; Moran and Van, man and women singing and dancing act; Baby Buge-ne, marvelous four-year-old comedian. The same show wll! appear toefky and tomorrow a.s it will be impossible to get new acts in before Thursday when Manager Jones has booked four acts of the best vaudeville for tho re mainder of the week. Starting Monday a first-class "tab" show has been se cured and one that will do credit to any nouse. inree ree-is or tne very best pictures will complete the pro gram. 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According to reports from the work ing camps of the new Memphis & Pensacola railroad, unusually rapid progress is being made In the grading operations near Pensacola, more than eighty-five teams and several hundred men being engaged. Thirty-five teams are busy nar Pensacola, and another force of fifty teams and more than a hundred men are at work near the Alabama river, moving toward Pensa cola. With these two large gants en LaEzy ireitt Raaffifires: Guaranteed Genuine Felt Mattress $1.00 Cash $1.00 a week Make your nights rest comfortable. A La-Ezy Felt Mattress will do this for you, made in eight layers of pure Fleecy Felt and compressed to a thick ness of six inches makes a mattress of Perfect comfort 1 j ."'lulu Pensacola School of flMsic For Beginners and Professionals Piano, Singing, Pipe Organ and Composition, Prof. Gilfillan Scott. Assistant Piano Teacher, Miss Katie Lee Bryars ; Violin, Mr. Victor Riddle and Miss Mary Holliday. Brass Department Mr. Fer dinand Pechar; Concert Flute, Miss Edith Tucker; Mandolin and Guitar Mr. Alfonzo DiStasio; Elo cution, Miss Mae -Wilkinson; Public Speaking, Mr. W. P. Cunningham. PROF. GILFILLAN SCOTT, Principal. map JANUARY THE 26TH gaged and th probability of IncxwsuwKl foroMt In th Immediate future Cie Memphis & Pcnaaoola Is hopsful of completeing tlo first fifty-mile Kr-te? of road by the ftrwt of July, cJ3v1 tor by the franchise granted to th proposed road by Che city cf Fvnra cola. As the time limit 1 not far dis tant, the promoters are )ttlnj nr grass grow under their feet, and r to do all possible to comply wtth th time extension ordinance. The proJot Is now said to be mrpported by men of means and according to those In position to know, win bo completed In keeping with all oontmcUL There is more of human interest in The Journal's "Want Ad Way" page than in any other part of the pa per. i FIREMEN WERE CALLED OUT ON BIO REFLECTION The Wert inn fix trucJc vm am. out at 10:30 o'clock last night on an alarm from the central fir station, the alarm being sent in on account of n. large reflection In the northwestern portion tt the city. The truck re turned before reaching the men on account of the r being outstidn the city limits. ffli .I - riu -mr " i sin- mSt i i ir i