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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1914.
Section Two THE REVERIES OF A BACHELOR WILL BE GIVEN THE YOUNG WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION TO PUT ON A BRIGHT LITTLE PLAY, WITH PENSACOLA TALENT, ABOUT FEBRUARY 15, AT SAN CARLOS. At two o'clock yesterday afternoon, lit the San Carlos hotel, the first re hearsal of the Reveries of a. Bachelor was held, and plans made for the pro duction of this interesting little play, which is to be given about the middle of February, for the benefit of the Toungr "Woman's Christian Association. The cast of characters will com prise about twenty-five the bachelor and about two dozen pretty girls, picked from the loveliest of Pensacola's charming young women, and, if one may believe the interesting -Tumors in regard to it, the little play will not be only a very beautiful production, but most original and unique. A number of clever characterizations are to be Introduced, and some especially beau tiful effects contrived, in both costunr ing and setting. The play runs as follows: A young bachelor on the eve of his marriage, when true- to his troth, is de stroying evidences of a long flirtation, and as he picks up each souvenir, kept in remembrance of each girl, this girl appears in his dreams: These are His First Sweetheart, His Childhood Sweetheart, Hla School ; Girl f Sweet heart, Sweet Sixteen, His Basket Ball Girl. His College Girl, His Debutante Girl, His Winter Girl, the Girl He Jilts, The Girl Who Jilts Him, His Summer Girl. His Old Maid, The Girl Who Nursed Him Back to Life, His Tachting Girt His Queen of the Foot lights. His Country Girl, The Girl Who Took the Veil for His Sake, The Old Fashioned GisrK The Indian Girl. His Merry Widow, His Prairie Rose, His Spanish Girl, His 3ypsy Queen, The Girl He Loved in Old Japan; His Lady of the Sea Shore, The Spirit of The Violin, His Dream Girl, Tho Bride, The Bachelor and Cupid. , , Those taking part in the play will be little Lucy Davis Yonge, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Yonge, Evelyn Wrighton, little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wrighton, Mary Jennings, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jennings, Louise Bills, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Kills, and Misses Elizabeth Anderson, Beth Walton, Annie Chapin McLane, Kitten Merritt, Eulalee Hutchinson, Leila Abercrombie, Fannie Grant, Lola Lee Daniels, Florida Zelius, Alice Free man, Carmie Ilinson, Mabel Gonzalez, Gladys Baker, Vera Green, Nellie Yates Daisy Spencer, Mrs. JohnPace, Misses Kola Fell, Fannie Rerishaw, Elmyra Richards, Evelyn Maxwell, , Dora White, Miss Minnie Dennis, Cora Louise Simpson, Elizabeth Fisher, Sara Goldstucker. w The patronesses are as follows: Mrs. R. W. Welles, Mrs. J. C. Avery. Mrs. William Fisher. Sr.: Mrs. M. E. Batts, Mrs. L. II. Pierce, Mrs. J. B. McNeill, Mrs. J. F. Dusenberry, Miss Julia Whiting, Mrs. Eugene R. Pendle ton, Miss M. Sandusky, Mrs. E. A. Kelley, Mrs. W. K. Hyer, Mrs. M. E. Wilson, Mrs. A. C. Blount, Mrs. John Pfeiffer, Mrs. J. H. Collins, Mrs. L. M. Davis, Miss Fannie Caldwell. BRIGHT LITTLE TOT HAS PASSED AWAY The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hughey will regret to hear of the death of their baby who passed away Friday night. The remains were shipped to Green ville, Ala., for interment. Your Stomach Bad? JUST THY ONE DOSE off Mayrs Wonderful Stomach Remetfj and Ba Convinced That You Can Ba Restored to Health You are not asked to take Mayr Vfonder ful Stomach Remedy (or wevj and months before you receive any benefit one dose ia usu ally required to convince the most skeptical sufferer of Stomach Ailments that this great remedy should restore anyone so afflicted to good health. 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These meetings have been held each day. this week, two services being the rule. The attendance has been good, but not what the minister In charge would wish for, and it is hoped by the church that the attendance at today's meetings and at each day's meetings during this week will be better at tended. SPECIAL MUSIC AT GADSDEN STREET CHURCH Special music may be expected at the 'Gadsden Street Methodist church that will delight all worshipers. The public is invited and all welcomed. In the morning the music will be under the direction of the trio choir con sisting of Mr. L. J. Henderson, Miss Ada AVhlte and Dr. Philips. A beauti ful solo will be rendered by Miss War ren. At the evening service the music will be rendered by the chorus choir, as sisted by the orchestra. Miss Mabel Green will delight all with a beautiful solo. AH are urged to attend. RECITAL CORNET AND ORGAN MUSIC At the conclusion of the service at 4:30 In Christ church today the follow ing selections for the cornet and organ will be played: "Let the Bright Seraphim," from Handel's oratorio "Samson." "Ave Maria," with violin obligato, Gounod-Bach. "Rolling in Foaming Billows," from Hayden's oratorio "Creation." Intermezzo, with violin obb, Mas cagni "Heaven in the Vale," Marsch ner. "Angel's Serenade," with violin, Brass- SPECIAL PROGRAM BY EPWORTH LEAGUE This evening at 6:30 o'clock the Ep worth League of the First Methodist church will render a specially attrac tive program. A large attendance is expected, this being missionary Sun day. Mr. J. T. Mackey will lead. New interest is rapidly beink awak ened to the wonderful amount of good the league can accomplish in moral uplift and social welfare of the city's young people. The program will be as follows: Music, Sunday school orchestra. Hymn. Subject of lesson. Solo, Face to Face, Miss Irma Gra ham. Open discussion. Everybody invited to take part. Duet, Misses Dimple McMillan and Irma Graham. Announcements. Hymn. Benediction. Everybody is invited to attend and take part in these exercises, especially the young people. SOLO AT FIRST METHODIST AT MORNING SERVICES Air. unapman, wnose voice nas so tielighted Pensacola audiences, will sing a solo this morning at the First Methodist church. SPECIAL MUSIC AT FIRST CHRISTIAN At the First Christian church, oor ner Gadsden street and Seventh ave nue, today th following special musi cal program will be rendered, with Dr. Charles R. Mitchell in charge: Morning Service. Anthem, "There Is a Beautiful Land," Havens, choir. Baritone solo, "The Good Shepherd, Van Do Water, Dr. Charles R. Mitch ell. Evening Service. Violin solo, "Salut d Amour Elgar," Miss Dorothy Osgood. Sopran solo, "Beyond the Dawn," Miss Darren of St. Louis. Duet, "Evening Hymn." Ascher, Ice land J. Henderson and Dr. Charles B. Mitchell. Mr. Lenox's subject for the morn ing will be "In the Days of Thy Youth.' and in the evening, "The Bolt ed Door." SACRED MUSICAL RECITAL AT MT. ZION (COLORED) CHURCH This afternon a special program by the minor musical club will be given at Big ion church (colored) as fol lows i Part I: Processional. "Joy to the World." Biggs. Scripture (chant). Mason. Prayer (chant), Gregorian. Gloria Patrl. T S. Lloyd. Intermission. Part II: Cornet solo, Schubert. V. Borras. Te Deum Laudamis, T. S. Lloyd. Violin solo, selected, S. Dorsey. The Holy City, Adams, E. I Pick ens, soloist. Jubilee. "Were You There." Announcements. Part II: Bass solo, Ave Maria, H. Millard, John Manye. Gloria in Excelsis (Twelfth Mars), Mozart. Tenor solo. Crossing the Bar, Clar ence Lee. Inflammatus (To Thy Holy Care), Rossini. E. A. Dozier, soloist. Postlude. A silver offering will be taken on entering. CATHOLIC. St. Michael's Church Until further notice the following will be the order of services on Sunday: 7 a. m. Low Mass. 9 a. m. Children's Mass. 10:30 a. m. High Mass. 4 p. m. Vespers and Benediction. Sacred Heart Church Cor. Jackson and Ninth Ave., Rev. Father Kennedy, pastor. Prof. Henry Seel, organist. Sunday services: 7 a. m. Low Mass. 9:30 a. m. High Mass, followed by Sunday school. 3 p. m. Baptisms. 5 p. m. Rosary and Benediction if Blessed Sacrament. Confessions Saturdays and eves of feasts, 4 p. m. 8t. Jo saph'a Church Order of ser vices at St. Joseph's church: Sundays, 7 a, m. Low Mass and Instruction 9 a m Sunday school 10 a. m. High Mass and Instruc tion. 4 p. m. Vesper, Rosary and Bene diction of the Blessed Sacrament. Week days, Holy Mass is offered at 7 o'clock a. m. and 8:15 a. m.; the Holy Hour of Adoration of the Bles3ed Sacrament, Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30. Confessions, Saturday from 4 to 8 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m. Also the evenings before Holy Days of Obli gation and the first Friday or every month. Baptisms, by appointment. Priests, Rev. Chas. E. Hartkoff, Hv Thomas H. Massey. BAPTIST. First Baptist Church North Pala fox street, Just above Y. M. C. A. Sundays. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. Strangers and their children welcomed. Baraca and Philathea classes, W. P. Fox, teacher. 11 a. m. Preaching and worship, Subject, "Love Waxing Cold. 7:30 p. m. Preaching. Informal ser. vie. Subject, "The Speechless Guest.' On the first Sunday each month a 11 o'clock service the Memorial Sup per ia observed. At 3. p. m. Every third Sunday ihe B. Y. P. IT. holds special service at the county jail. B. Y. P. U. devotional meeting, 6:80 p. m. every Sunday. The conference session o the con gregation Is held the second Sunday morning in each quarter Just follow ing the sermon. Womans meetings every Monday afternoon,' 3: 30. in church. Week Days. Teachers' and Workers' Training class, under Prof. B. B. Lane, at p. m. every Wednesday, in basement rooms. Supper served. Midweek services Wednesday even ings at 7:30 p. m. East Hill Baptist Church E. E. Rice, pastor. Residence, 1711 East Gadsden street. Church on Thirteenth avenue and Gadsden street. Sunday school, 10 a. m. jfreacmng Dy tne pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U., 6:30. Subject at 11 o'clock service. "Peo ple Who Cannot Believe In Christ." West Hill Baptist Church E. E. Rice, pastor. Preaching every second and fourth Sundays. 11 a. m. and 7:33 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7: SO p. m Sunday school, 1 a. m. EPISCOPAL. Christ Church Rev. J. H. Brown, D. D., rector. W. K.Hyer, superintendent of the Sunday school. Mr. William Packham, Mus. Bach., organist and choirmaster. Third Sunday after the Epiphany, and the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. 7:45 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and Bible class. 11:00 a. m, Morning prayer and ser mon. 4:30 p. m. Evensong, followed by organ recital. Litany on Wednesday and Friday, at 4 p. m. Saint Katharine's Church Corner of Cervantes and Cordova streets. Rev. Grant Knauff, rector. St. John's Church. Warrington Rev. Grant Knauff. pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. First Presbyterian Church East Chase street. Dr. A. S. Moffat, pastor. Sunday school every Sunday at ten o'clock. Devotional exercises by the congregation at 11 a. m. Preaching at 11 a .m., and 7:30 p. m.. Young People's Society at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday afternocm prayer meeting of First Presbyterian church, "will be at 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor Society meets at 6:43 p. m. All interested in young people's work come around All are cordially invited to attend these services. Knox Presbyterian Church, Cor. 13th avenue and Blount street. There will b regular services at 11 o'clock this Sunday morning and at 7 o'clock this evening, Rev. K. L. Mclver, pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Mr. C. F. Zeek, superintendent. METHODIST. First Methodist Church East Wright street, between Palafox and Guillemarde; Rev. M. H. Holt, pastor. Residence, 1006 N. Baylen. Phone 1683. Sunday schooh 9:30 a. m. J. A. Avant, superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30, by the pastor. Sunday school, :30. J. A. Avant, superintendent; good Sunday school; well organized; good music. Philathea class, Baraca class and Brotherhood class. Epworth League at 6.30. Prayer meeting very Wednesday night at 7:30. Local department of the Women's Missionary Society Monday afternoon at 3:30. Courteous ushers will meet you at the door. Seats free. m lata v a-; -c'i.e- wtf'TlSfc ,.'?-!iSSH, i Lfe-ai;ai. a ? ft yyv? ,rv.. f mimmmm'mmmmm&4- Ammn n jinn wniiwmMri- flaarth ftarawteajaa We are also showing a beau tiful line of Spring Suits and Dresses of the latest materials and styles. Cdme and see. Gadsden Street Methodist Church Southeast corner Ninth avenue an-1 Gadsden street. Rev. J. A. Peterson, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, all de partments, organized classes, Rev. W. P. Cunningham, superintendent; Her bert Richards, assistant. 11 a. m., regular service conducted by pastor. Subject of sermon, "Christ, the Light of men." 6:30 p. m. Service of the Senior T-eague. 7:30 p. rn.. regular service, conducted by pastor. Subject of sermon, "The First Tiling. All invited; strangers welcome; seats free; music attractice. In the morning by the quartette choir, when special numbers may bo rendered; at night by chorus, choir; nil members urged to be present. You will help and be helped if you come. CHRISTIAN. First Christian Church Corner of Seventh avenue and Gadsden street. English services, 10:30 a. m. and 7: So i. m. LUTHERAN. New Lutheran Church Rev. J. W. Bernhardt, pastor. Sunday school, 9 a. m. German service, 10:30 p. m. English service, 7:30 p. m. UNIVERSALIS!-. First Universalist Church East Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a. m. every Sun day. Young People's Christian Union ev ery Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All arc cordially invited to attend. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST. First Church of Christ. Scinetist .Uasoni- lerpple. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and Wednesday at 8 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Reading room open from 3 to 5 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af ternoons. All are welcome. Y. w. t;. A. .o. 4 laft jjeimon: 6treet. Open daily from ? a. m. until 10 p. ra Miss Anna B. Orr, general secretary. Phor.e 943. Y. M. C. A. Palafox and Belmont streets. Strangrers welcome at all times. Open daily, except Sunday, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sundays, 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 16. The Spartan Club for Boys, 3 p. m. Bible study rally for leaders, 3: CO p. m. Strangers' Club 5-6 p. m. Subject for discussion, "ITnem plvment." led bv Mr. Fred Rotre. NORWEGIAN SEAMEN'S CHURCH. Norwegian Seamen's Mission Church South Palafox and Tine streets. Services Sunday morning at 10:30, by Rev. Coren Petersen. ORTHODOX. Greek Orthodox Ch urch Corner of Wright and Reus streets. Open ser vices every Sundav at 9 a. m. THE MISSION. Corner of Government and Reus streets. Rev. Frank X. Roberts, super intendent. Sunday services at 3 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. By Rev. Mr. Vaughn of Lockwood, Mo. The public is cordially invited to at tend these services. All are cordially invted to come. BARACA UNION. The following churches are repre sented in the Baraca Union, and hav? class session every Sunday morning at 9:30 a. m. First Methodist, East Wright strer, J. A. Kirkpa rick, teacher I D. 1. Opens New Ef In Cn Mr. F. O. White of St. Louis, after Ions and painful suffering from a vio lent case of eczema, was finally cured by the efficient D. D. D. Prescription. He is now happy and thankful to the only remedy that grave him relief. He wants to tell any who write Mm of his rapid cure. This is his letter: St. Lcnk. Tiw D. D. D. ranedy that yon sdmrtise is m dand? tha beet arrrma remedy I ever got bold ef and I even I bare nan the gamut all throach. That trouble fcaa n my tbon in the fiesh" for jears and I waa e deiigbtaal to Bod aoraethinr effMtfre that wedd It. V cry truly roan. Use Shawm at Place. F. O. WHITE. ' D. D. D. Sm& Keeps First Baptist Church, North Palafr street, M. E. Melton, teacher. All young men are cordially invitei 1o attend one of these services. THE SALVATION ARMY. The Salvation Army hall Corner Government and Baylen. Capt. Stevens in charge. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Church of Christ Corner of Alcari and East Jackson streets. W. Reeves, minister. Shaw in charge. Services as follows: Bible school. 3:45 a. rn. Breading and cmimmiwn, 11 a. in. Preaching, 7:30 p. rn. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. West Hill Church of Christ Wes LaRua slreet. Bible hool, 9:43 a. m. Preachinqr at 11:30 a. m., and 7:1) p. m., by W. T. Tracey. Prayer neeting Wednesday eveniiK at 7:30. All are invited to attend these services. Olive Baptist Church, Just east of Olive station Arthur J. Kansley, pas tor. Sunday school every Sunday, at 10 I a. m. IX M. Merritt, superintendent. Preaching and worship Second and fourth Sundays in every month, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Informal Service First and third Sunday nights, conducted by the dea cons . The Ordinance of the Lord's Supper is observed on the fourth Sunday in March, September and December, fol lowing the morning sermon. COLORED CHURCHES. Antioch Baptist Church, Colored lay (Sunday) as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Zion Church Corner Gregory and B. streets. Sunday school at 9:30 . m. Christian Endeavor meeting at :3v.' P. m. r i Preaching at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. every Sunday. Rev. G. W. Sewell, pastor; Aaron Brown, superintendent. St. Paul Missionary Baptist Chursh West Wright and L. streets. Rev. J. C. Ducke, pastor. Services Sunday at 11 a. m., ani 7:30 p. m. Wednesday night prayer service. Sunday school at 9:30 a m. Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cor. of Jackson and Alcaniz streets. Pastor R-v. E. J. Jackson, A. M. Resldencs, 319 East Jackson street. Divine services as follows: Sabbath school, 9:30 a. m. Mon.:ng servire. 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 6 p. m. Evening services, S p. m. Tuetr-day evenings, Home Mission training course. Thursday, prayer service, 8 p. m. Friday evening, choir rehearsal at 7:30 p. m. Come ono, pme all. Strangers made welcome. Houser's Chapel, A. M. E. Z. Churcn, Colored, Hayne and Maxwell streets. Services every Sunday. Sunday sehool. 9 a. m., E. T. Fergus son. superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor, Z p. m., S. A. L. Hawkins, president; Rev. A. Shinn, pasto:-. St. Cyprian's Church Seville Square, J. C. Scarborough, Ph. D., D. D., min ister. Ask any drug-gist toclar for I. D. D. Prescription. He'll teil you it allays the itch instantly and socn there are signs o; cure. We have handled the remedy for years and regard It as the specific for skin troubles of all kinds. Come in and ask us about U. D. D. Prescrip tion; also about D. D. . Soap, espe cially for tender skins. We offer the first full-size bottle on the guarantee that unless it stops the itcli at once it costs you not a cent. The Crystal Pharmacy, Erent Blda Your SIosn Wealthv f Skill Disease WSSFBM Miss Beautiful" looks knows where to come for beautiful things. It is always economy to buy the best; it is double economy to buy the best at the lowest prices. Come to our store now and practice double economy while you yet have a large stock of beautiful, stylish garments to pick from. But you had better hurry. This will positively be . the last week that we will sell all of our winter goods at i g Price An nounce I take this method of announcing to the public that I have purchased the Palafox Market, 117 North Palafox street. ' I shall cater to a class of people that depend on the best the market affords, and will handle the best, western meats, class A-l. I will also have, the bct the market affords in fresh vegetables of cv; cription. Mi- II. L. Page, of placed in clurt, and will lie at all times wit! expert meat cutter. the Special attention given to dinner parties, outing trips, etc. You will be accorded prompt, efficient md cour teous service, and a continuance of your patronage will be greatly appreciated. Yours to serve, J. A. Williams Palafox Market Phone 199. 117 N. Palafox St. Second Sunday after Trinity. 9:30 a. m. Holy communion. Sao Carlos Hotel TABLE D'HOTE 12 to 2:30 and 6 to 8:30 ONE DOLLAR Shrimp Olives Celery Consomme Milanalse Cream of chicken, Princesse Cold Jellied consomme Boiled red snapper, sauce Hollan'iai.-o Pompe persille Noisette of lamb a la Rothschild French peas Apricot punch Nabisco wafer.! Roast turkey with dressing, cranberry Jelly Corn with green peppers au gratin Mashed potatoes Waldorf salad Chocolate eclair Nesselrode ice cream Special layer cake Wisconsin crick cheese Toasted saltines Demi tass Sunday, January 25, 1914. A beautiful because she The New Ready-to-Wcar and Millinery Store. 124 South Palafox, Phone 33 7 Birmingham, Ala. 1 e T r endeavor to r bect of service, he iz an ) 11:00 a. m. Litany and sermon, 7:00 p. m. Kvensong and sermon. Strangers welcome. -0 L inner p. m. cocktail Salted almonds