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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1914.
CI PERSONAL INTERESTING SOCIETY PHONE NO. 88. By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON now much In evidence at tango din ners, lunches and teas. Th tango gown shown above Is a rote of violet satin over which is an embroidered tunir. The hair dress ing ronslsts of a la of pearls from whirh la edspended a email aigrette. LADY DECIES IN ELIZABETH COSTUME. MEDICAL MEN THE WORLD OVER WATCH AND STUDY CASE OF THE FRENCH TWINS Use SO P EV V - I if This charmlnfr photogTaph of Lady Decies was made January 15, in the home of Mrs. Reginald De Koven on Park avenue, New York, at the tab leau vlvant. It shows the former Miss Vivian Gould In the handsome mediaeval gold embroidered, satin Box Social For Naomi Rebekah Lodge One of the most successful enter tainments given this season by the members of Naomi Rebekah Lodge, I. O. O. F. was the box social, given at Rafford hall on Monday evening. The pleasures of the evening consisted in recitations, music and dancing, and the large number present fully enjoyed the occasion. One of the first contributions of the evening wis a recitation by Mrs. An nie Cary, one of the Interesting vis itors from the north, who is spend ing the winter in Pensacola. Mrs. Cary Is delightful in the role of elocutionist, and has given pleasure to Pensacola audiences on a number of occasions. In her clever recitation, "Miss Sophie Interviews Her Laundress" she quite captured her audience. Among the musical numbers none were more enjoyed than the piano duet by Miss Carrie Louisa Yniestra and Miss Rhoda Bonn. These two lovely young girls both have marked musical talent, and received quite an ovation. Miss Virgie Sierra also added very much to the pleasure of the evening, with a phiao solo. A second recitation, "A Pe-nny," was given by Mrs. Cary. and Mr. J. D. TREAT CHILDREN'S COLDS EXTERNALLY TVm't dose the delicate little stomach with harmful internal medicines. Vick's "Vap-O-rUib' Croup and Pneumonia Salve i3 ailied externally over the throat and chest. The body heat releases sooth ing antiseptic vapors that are inhed all night Ion, loosening the tough phlegm and opening up the air passages. For all inflammation of the air passages from haJ colds and catarrh, down to bron- t chltis an.! inoipient pneumonia, Vick's is ! quicker than internal medicines. Can be : used freely with perfect safety, on the ! smallest child. At all druggists 25e, 50c, ; and $1.00. Liberal free sample on re-! iuest. The Vick's Chemical Co., IPO Pomona avenue Greensboro. (adv) I We Have Schimmers Pure Apple Butter put up in three pound stone crocks 40 cents Try a pound of one of our seven blends of coffee roasted , fresh every day. Coffee Ranch Go S4 South Palafox Strsst. Phone 422. costume and gold headdress with the famous pearls of her mother, that ehe wore in the group picture by Fed erigo Zuccaro. The tableau was given for the benefit of the girls branch of the public schools' athletic league of New "York. Pulllam contributed a very lever number, "My War Girl." Misses Virgle Sierra and Miss Edna Villar were the bright young musi cians who played for dancing, and the hundred or more who were gath ered together for an evening of en joyment, had the pleasure of running the game of dancing, from the old fashioned Virginia Reel to the many new and pretty steps that are now so popular. Following the rendition of the pro gram of music and recitation, the guests enjoyed a delicious collation, and the evening did not close until the strains of Home Sweet Home reminded everyone that It was the hour for de parture. TANGO GOWN IS LATEST WRINKLE -A ' 9 7 s 1 i n5 Viy v wit ft tt So much discussion has been arised against the tango that It has etirren up factions in every walk of life, and in the church and society. With it all, the tang eeems to be growing in popuIs7 &rid special costumes are S. , r7, lx Ifl 3. WAITING. And so we have come back again Through wreckage of dark nights and days, Back to the parting of the ways. Back to the milestone of lost dreams. And. In our emptied hearts we bring No sun-lit Joy for hopes achieved. No gratitude- for grief reprieved. No suaging sense of faith fulfilled. Instead, turn wherso'er we may. There haunts us like a lost despair The ghost of an unanswered prayer. The one dear thing wo asked of God. They who expound the gospel say: "T-have not asked the thing ye should." How can we choose. How know the good Is not the thing we want the most? Christ made no bargain save for faith, "Believe, and ask but In My name." When w do this where lies the blame That we come empty-hearted to the end? We cannot understand. "We trust That somewhere God's high purpose waits To solve the problem of life's hates And lores and free-born destinies We only know that since our prayers Come back unanswered of His grace We must, of our own courage, face The whips of fate, nor whine nor yield. For this Is self-respect. And while We hold to this we cannot lose Our better nature, though God should refuse To keep His promise of an answered prayer. And so, with steadfast faith but In ourselves, We have come back through, dark ened days, Back to the parting of the ways To wait beside the milestone of lost dreams. Sara Beaumont Kennedy. MRS. R. A. SLAUGHTER GUEST OF HER SISTER. Mrs. R. A, Slaughter of Chicago, has arrived to be with her sister, during the illness of James, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Muller. PYTHIAN SISTERS, MAGNOLIA TEMPLE NO. 4, TO MEET. Pythian Sisters, Magnolia Temple No. 4, will hold their regular meeting this afternoon at three o'clock at the K. of P. hall, on West Government street. THE WOODMEN'S CIRCLE TO MEET THURSDAY AFTERNOON. .. The Woodmen's Circle, Oak Grove Temple No. 4, will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. PAST GOING FOR TWO YEARS And This Lady Thinks She Would Have Become Help less, But For Cardui, the Woman's Tonic. Waldron, Ark. Miss Gertrude Hous ton of this place authorizes the follow ing for publication: 'T want to tell all ladies who suffer from any "kind of womanly troubles, among them, weak ness, headache, backache, hurting in sides, pains every month, nervousness, etc, to try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Get It at once, as it is what you need. After you use one bottle, you wlli never regret your start. I was Just about past going for over two years, with the above aliments. and had It not been for Cardui, I would hav been helpless, no dou-bt. I took one bottle, and my health "be gan to improve, and before the bottle was gone, I was almost wll. Now, my health Is perfectly all right. So, lady friends. If you want a mell- c re that will do you real good, taka Cardui, the woman's tonic" If you are weak and ailing, think what It would mean to recoer as rapidly and surely as did Miss Hous ton. In the past 50 years, this strength building remedy has been used by more than a million Sadies, who found It of untold value in relieving womanly pains and ailments. If you are a woman, therefore, try Cardui. You will appreciate it3 tonic, building effect on the womanly consti tution. Begin today. N. B. Write to: Ladles Advisory X?pt., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions and 64 page book, "Home Treatment for Women, sent in plain wrapper on re Quest, (Adv) v -m. 4 5,v,;sr: r S",-,. The twins Champagne, Prance, Jan. 27. Medi cal men the world over are watching and studying the case of Susanna and Madeline, who were born in this city a couple of months ago with a tissue of flesh connecting one to the other. It s the most wonderful case of "mon strosities" of the present time. A formation of cells about three inches long and seven inches in thickness joins the two babies Just MEETING OF THE JUNIOR GIRLS' FRIENDLY POSTPONED. The meeting of the Junior Girls' Friendly Society has been postponed until next week, and the girls are re quested to note the postponement. CALENDAR OF CARNIVAL BALLS N NEW'OR LEANS. Following is the list of carnival balls to be given in New Orleans: Jan. 26, Monday Nereus. Jan. 27, Tuesday Krewe of Nippon. Jan. 28, Wednesday Artem'sians. Jan. 30, Friday The Mittens. Feb. 2, Monday Olympians. Feb. 4, Wednesday Krewe of Tami, Feb. 6, Friday Falstafflans. Feb. 9, Monday Mithras. Feb. 10, Tuesday, Titanlans. Feb. 11, Wednesday, Athenian?. Feb. 12, Thursday Elves of Oberon. Feb. 17, Tuesday Atlanteans. Feb. IS, Wednesday Krewe of Mys tery. Feb. 19, Thursday Momus. Feb. 23, Monday Proteus. Feb. 24, Tuesday Rex. Feb. 24, Tuesday Comus . On Friday, Feb. 13, the last midwin ter cotillion will be danced, and on Friday, Feb. 20, the carnival german will be danced. MR. THOMAS HANLON'S COURTESY FOR HIS BROTHER. Prominent among the many de lightful events of this season was the dance given Monday night at the Country club by Mr. Thomas J. Han Ion for his brother, Mr. C. R. Hanlon, of Boston, who left' for New Orleans yesterday after a brief visit In Pensa cola. the young se-t enjoying th hos pitality of the evening. A program of the new steps was given and the evening was one of much pleasure. Mrs. K. T. Goodloe and Mrs. C. M. Covington chaperoned the dancers and the memDers of the young and un married set invited to meet the guest-of-honor were: Miss Sara Dixon, of Worcester, Massachusetts, Miss Georgia New comb, of Whitehall, New York, Miss Ryan, Miss Marguerite Finch, Miss Edna Finch, Miss Edna Manning, of Mobile, Miss May Curtiss. Miss Eliza beth and Miss IJelen Fisher, Miss Kitten Merritt, Misses Mollie, Gene vieve and Frances Brent. Miss Janle Knowles, Miss Evelyn Maxwell, Miss Cora Louise Simpson. Miss Ada Green, Miss Kathleen Gonzalez, Miss Fancy Ribbons in Persian effects- plaids, stripes and floral designs 5 to 7 inches wide, values up to 65c yard, an extra special clean up, today only, at Watson, Parker Everything to 1 ft. i ' . Sir!'1 v ' & i'5 S ' - and their nurse. above the naval. They are compelled to live in an awkward face to face position. Prof. Ie ITlllatre, the noted surgeon and dean of the French Academy of Medicine, will personally perform the operation, which he feels certain will separate the two young ladles, who will then become normal children. The operation wll lbe a bloodless one, the tissue In substance being similar to a lump of fat. Gretchen Townsend, of Ohio, Miss Uuth Withnell, of St. Louis, Miss Mollie Blount, Miss Minnie Hanway, of Greenville, Mississippi, Miss Emily Jones, Mips Pearl Sheppard, Mr. Philip Yonge, Mr. Tino Brent, Mr. Fressley Thornton, Mr. George Brent, Mr. Frank Riley, Mr. Albert Avery, Mr. David Moore, Mr. C. L. Shine, Mr. Willie Brent, Mr. Clarence Avery, Mr. Hun ter Brown, Mr. Pat Eagan, Mr. Oscar Bass, Mr. Anderson Leonard, Mr. Wil lie Leonard, Mr. Will Wright, Mr. Har old Wright, Dr. M. E. Qulna, THE Y. W. C. A. IN MOBILE. Pensacola is very pioud of the work already accomplished here for the Y. W. C. A., and watches with interest all movements of the association In othfr cities. The Mobile Register of Tuesday, January 27, contains a most inter esting account of a membership luncheon at the Battle House, given on Monday, January 26, at which 253 women were seated. The work of the association, as told by the secre tary, Miss Nannie Owen, In her re port for 1P13, at the "Get-Together" Luncheon, and tho address by Mrs. George A. Leftevich, the president. Hair Grew 4 Inches in a Few Weeks A St. Louis Lady Increased the Length of Her Hair Four or Five Inches In a Few Weeks With This Simple Home Recipe. A well-known St. Louis lady, after using a simple recipe n her hair which she mixed at home, made the following statement: "Without exag geration, my hair has grown four or five inches." Tho recipe she used is as follows, and any lady or gentleman can mix it at home: To a half pint of water add 1 os. of bay rum, a small box of Barbo Compound and 1-4 ok. of glycerine. Apply to the scalp two or three timss a week with the tips of the fingers. It not only promotes the growth cf the hair, but removes dan druff, scalp humors and prevents the hair from falling out. It darkens streaked, faded, gray hair an dmakes it soft and glossy. These ingredients can be obtained from any drug store at very little cost and mixed at home. (Adv.) (C yard Qeese 0L Wear. Special N Just Received a fresh supply of GARDEN SEED The most complete assort ment of garden seed in the city. Now Is the time to plant your spring garden. Free delivery to all parts of the city. BALKCOM DRUG CO. Phone 19 before the assembly of women, make very valuable reading. The Register says, in part: The Young Women's Christian As sociation gave a membership luncheon at the Battle House on Monday, Jan. 26, which was the largest social event of the new year thus far, 255 women being seated at tables holding little parties of four, six and eight in the big, handsome dlnnls room. A dignity and elegance character ised the whole affair, which was so systematized and the plans so per fectly carried out thanks to Mrs. Charles E. Vincent, chairman of the membership committee, with her efficient co-workers that nothing marred the perfect enjoyment of th large company who gathered at the Battle House at 1 p. m. It was truly a notable assmeblago social and business folks meeting and mixing In friendly conclave, all with a common Interest the success of anything pertaining to T. W. C. A. Interests, for there were thirty of Mo bile's young business women who lunched with some of the wives and daughters of Mobile's most prominent citizens and professional men. The tables placed In the handsome dining room were most inviting as to napery and appointments with a fresh little potted fern as a centerpiece and and the lunch starting with a delicious old-time gumbo served hot and good, followed by a fish course and then the turkey course with peas and gar- (Contlnued on Pag Eight.) Victor Records For February now on sale new dance doubles, One- steps, Hesitation 7 New Comic and senti mental doubles 15 Red Seal Records and lots more. Call and hear them. 17 S. Palaf ox THE PASTIME EUCHRE WITH .. MR. AND MRS. MURPHY, The Pastime Euchre club, which w . ( to have been ertertuJnril th!-i fvc;: ing by Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Cornniyr 'i. will meet Instead wiih Mr. und Mr-. Petr Murphy, on North H:iyne Htn-'t. The meeting will not be with Mr). Commyna, on account of r-ccr.t be reavement In the family. NO MEETING OF BROWNING CLUB THIS WEEK. Tho Drowning club will not rn'-t this week, es tomorrow Is th fifMi Thursday In the month. Tho in-ct!n,-; will be the week following. Mrs. F. H. Rhodes and dnugbtrr, Alice, of Cntnry, are at ho San Cnr los, and bavo as their guests, tli'i Misses Marguerite fiteven and Mary Byrne. How Anyone Can Banish Hair or Fuzz (Modes of Today) Superfluous hairs are ea!Iy and fjulrlf y removed with th aid of a lf !;i '" r j'oate. (Jet an original pnrkBE of '. -tone from your dn;gg).st and mix tiiu.u Tilth wilr to covpr thn haliy nir(n' r. Apply and after 2 or 'i ir.lir.ites rub ', . wash the tk'.n and th halrH rri grii,. . No posiclbla harm or injury foI!own ti i i tratmnt. a.nd excf-pt1ii- In mm i stanues, only on aprllcn t ion In i rq u i i I to remove every truce of rittlr. U-ni.li i are more sa.ttsfact.ory wlii yo'i get fielaton in on original packai. (uii.) Distributers 119 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida.