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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1914
5 FTY 2-2 JL 1 PERSONAL INTERESTING C M SOCIETY PHONE NO. 33. By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON CI E O P L V EN THE REVERIES OF THE SUCCESS "With the San Carlos auditorium ! packed to Its capacity, with an inter ested and most enthusiastic audience, The Reveries of a Bachelor was pre sented last night under the auspices of the Younsr Woman's Christian As sociation, and it is . safe to say that, should they choose to give another "performance of the pretty llttl play, I an . equally enthuslastio house will I greet the clever corps of players, a -The "Reveries of a Bachelor was de cidedly the hit of the- season. Not only was it the prettiest, but the clev erest amateur performance which has been given In Pensacola in many a day, and not one dull moment marred the evening. ' Every cumber was accompanied by music; which added very much to the r charm of the eveniflgr, which was 'opened with a selection by Miss Ada , Rosasco, violinist, accompanied : by ' Mrs. , C, R. Mitchell, piano. , ... Little Glenna Burke Strickland made tone of the hits of the evening, in her ieong, "Who's Afraid of You?" and the 'clsver little sketch, "The Other Wo 'man," in which Miss Sara Goldstucker played the role of a widow, and Miss Sadie Kugleman, an actress, captured the house. Mr. W. P. Cunningham, acted as master ct ceremonies, and his intro ductory remarks were both clever and appropriate, and the chorus, which rendered appropriate and popular song's during- the Bachelor's Reveries, gave a finish to the performance that It could not have had, otherwise. For the chorus, Mrs. C. A. Burnham acted as accompanist, with Mrs. John Keogh, Misses Ruby and Ethel Wil kerson, Misses Edith Grant, Fannie Grant, and Alice Roch, in the vocal parts. Where all was so good It Is very dif OHult to make any distinctions, but ytainly It is but fair, whether in sympathy with her convictions or not, to give the palm to the suffragette, who fairly compelled our admiration, whether we would or not. Surely never was there & more bachelor with' better taste, and for not FAILS TO SECURE , RECOGNITION Lady's Own Friends Assert Could Not Recognize Her When Brought Face to Face. Arritts, Va. Mrs. D. J. Bowen, of this town makes the following state ment: "For 20" years I suffered with womanly troubles, and although I tried different treatments, I did not get any relief. I was unable to look after any or my work, and my friends thought I could not get well. Finally, I began-to take Cardu!. the woman's tonic and I hadn't taken one-third of the first bottle, before I could notice its good effects. Now I can do all my work, feel like I'm not more than 16 years old, but am really 49. My own friends say I look so well, they don't recognize me when we meet in the road. My daughter is using Cardul, and she says It is a fine medicine. I also have a number of lady friends taking it, since they found out how it helped me. Whenever I feel a little fatigued after a day's extra hard work, I just take a dose of Cardul and am all right. I can't say too much for Cardul." Thousands of women who now suf fer from womanly troubles, could be relieved and benefitted, by following Mrs. Bowen's example. Are you of this number? If so, try Cardui today. It cannot harm you, and is almost sure to do you good. . At the nearest drug store. N. B. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dspt.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special Instructions and 64 page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper on re quest. (Adv) Scudder's Pure Maple Syrup Quart cans 45c Quart bottles ...... 50c Half-gallon cans ...75c Gallon cans ...... $1.25 Scuddler's Pure Maple Sugar, in blocks . . 30c We save you monty. We buy for cash and e!l for cash. Coffee Ranch Co 34 South Palafox Street. ..... Phone 422. A BACHELOR OF THE SEASON an ugly girl was amnog them, and Cupid had a perfect right to sit and preen himself prettily throughout the performance, as though priding him self on the part he had taken in this game of hearts. The role of Cupid was taken by pretty Httle Lucy Davis Tonge, the small golden-haired daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maloolm Yonge, and the whole audience fell In love with love itself, as depicted by this dear little maid. While, where all did so much for its success. Invidious comparisons are out of place, It must be eaid that to the untiring energy and the originality of Mrs. B. C Strickland, much of the success was ,du, and to Miss Sadie Kugleman, who did so much to drill the performers In their roles, much praise and credit must also be given. Miss KuSleman is a finished actress, having graduated from the Belmont School of Expression. Miss Sara Goldstucker, too, did much to make the play the wonderful success it was. With so large an audience on such an unpropitious night, one can but wonder what the size of the house would have been, If the weather had been fair, and can but hope that the performance may be repeated, that those who missed it may enjoy the fun. The program follows: The Bachelor1 Lieut Tonge. 1. His First Sweetheart Evelyn Wrighton. Song, Cry Baby. 2. His Childhood Sweetheart-Mary Jennings. Song, Childhood Days. S. His School Girl Louise Ellis. Song, School Days. 4. His Sweet Sixteen Miss Eliza beth Anderson. Song, When Sweet Marie Was Sweet sixteen. 6. His Basketball Girl Miss Beth Walton. Basketball Yell. 6. His College Girl Miss Janie Knowles. Song That College Girl. 7. His Debutante Miss Kitten Merrlt. Song, Sweetheart Days. 8. His Winter Girl Miss Eulalle Hutchinson. 1 Song, Winter. 9. The Girl He Jilted Leila Aber crorable. Song, Sympathy. 10. The Girl Who Jilted Him Miss Eola FelL Song, April Fool. 11. His Tennis Girl Miss Lola Lee Daniel. Song, Peg O' My Heart. 12. The Girl of His Dreams Miss Mollie Blount. Song, Dreaming. , 13. His Old Maid Miss Alice Free man. Song, Please Don't Take My Loving Man Away. 14. His Summer Girl Miss Florida Zelius. Song, When Ifs Apple Blossom Time In Normandy. 15. The Girl Who Nursed Him Back To Life Miss Carmie Hinson. Song, Sing Me To Sleep. 16. His Yachting Girl Miss Mabel Gonzalez. Song. On Moonlight Bay. 17. His Spanish Lady Miss Fannie Renshaw. Song. Senora. 18. His Country Girl Miss Mildred Brown. S6ng, Down By the Old Mm Stream. 19. His Old-Fashioned Girl Miss Nellie Yates. Reading, That Old Sweetheart of Mine. -20. His Queen of the Footlights Miss Gladys Baker. Dance. 21. His Indian Maid Miss Daisy Spencer. Song, Arrawannah. 22. His Merry Widow Mrs. John Pace. Song. Beau if ul Lady. 23. His Prairie Rose Miss Ella Ward. Song. "Pride of the Prairie. 24. The Girl He Loved in Old Japan Miss Evelyn Maxwell. Song. Lotqs-San. 25. His Lady of the Beach Miss Dora White. Song, My Sea-Side Girl. 26. His Gypsy Queen Miss Elmira Richards. Song. Gypsy Love Song. 27. The Girl Who Took the Veil, for His Sake Mrs. Strickland. Song, The Rosary. 28. His Suffragette Miss Annie Moore Harvey. Song, You Made Me Love You, I Didn't Want to Do It. 29. His. Spirit of the Violin Miss Cora Louise Simpson. 30. His Bride Miss Ellabeth Fisher. Cupid Lucy Davis' Yonge. ANNUAL BALL U. S. S. MISSISSIPPI. The? U. S. S Mississippi, -will hold their first annual ball at the Navy Yard, Warrington, Fla, in Sail Loft, on Saturday, Feb. 7, 1914. This Is an invitation affair, but all ladies will be admitted. A special car will be on hand to accommodate the people home, after the dance. BISHOP WEED TO ADMINISTER RITE OF CONFIRMATION. The Rev. Edwin Wwd, D. IX, I 1. JX, Bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Florida, will preach on Sunday. Febru ary 15, at St. Katherine's church, at which tiiie he will administer the rite of confirasiion. Bishop Wysd wiU iao Mm M IT F B Mw . Mk F- 3 . - j7 B t il 4jm,m ..,. 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One of the pleasaint entertainments of the week was the Silver Tea at -which the Altar Guild of St, Kath erine's church entertained on Thurs day evening, and one of its most de lightful features was the violin solo and obligato by Miss Dorothy Osgood, whose music frequently adds so much to entertainments given by charitable and other organizations. 5 The hand of fate deals strange cards in a game in which the poison of the Medici and the seventeenth cen tury cabinet of Mme. de Montespan play- tragic part in twentieth century- New York. The Journal Has Secured 'The Mystery of the Boule Cabinet" And the Opening Chapters Will Be Published Soon. A f I pllllti I Royal Grape Name and Address, 1 MRS. KING AND DAUGHTER GUEST OF MRS. LEWIS. Mrs. J. Lewis King and daughter, Agatha, arrived this morning from Wichita Fails, Texas, and are visiting Mrs. King's mother, Vlrs. A. E. Lewis, on East Gadsden Street. RECEPTION COMMITTEE OF ARICLA BALL. The najnes of the reception commit tee for the annual ball of the Revel lers of Ariola, which will be held on the evening of Thursday, February twelfth, announced yesterday, are: E. A Masterpiece of Detective Fiction By BURTON E. STEVENSON m&mwmtM y mmwrnz Dueiof n www Ar-"- VwSl jSSr CiV porter and . cv inai ot raoa V ' life 5 Uii iITiwmh I'm tmt m .- O. Saltmarsh, A. C. Blount, W. J. Forbes, F. G. Renshaw, T. C. Watson, M. A. Quina, J. F. Taylor, G. W. Wright. R. S. Quina, J. B. McN'e-ill and A F. Warren. A special car will leave from ir; i front of the Keyse-r auditorium at one thirty a. m., after the close of the ball, which will bo held this year at Keyser Hall. This car will go to Fort Barran cas and intervening- points for tho ben efit of members and guests. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. ! I did not know the sky could ba So vers' soft, so very blue; I did not know the land ind sea Could spread so fair before my view, : Until I learned one cloudless day : To banish hatred from my heart; j To put my foolish doubts away, j And bid my envy to depart. I did not know how richly I ! With priceless gifts had been en- j dowed; i With health and strength I knew not ! why j I mignt be glad and brave and rroud, , j Until I learned to cease to grieve i Because some other won success. j But strove the harder to achieve ine iair rewards or worthiness. S. E. Kiser, in Chicago Record-Herald. COMING TO ATTEND CAHN-HIRSCH WEDDING. Miss Reine Kahn of New Orleans, a sister of Mr. Sol Cairn, and Mr. E. Ma- i rion Weil will arrive in the city this 1 afternoon for the Cahn-IIirsch wed- j ding which takes place on Wednesday j afternoon.' PERSONAL MENTION. Ir. Frank Oliver is confined to his home on West Chase street, by illness, his friends will be sorry to learn. Miss Sunshine H. Bergin, who is a graduated trained nurse, has gone to Jacksonville, for a few days. Mrs. J. C. Green, who has been spending a few days in Jacksonville, has returned home. Mrs. J. E. Gutman left last night for Savannah, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. M. L. Stern for about five weeks. She was accompanied by her husband, who is on his way to New York, as far as Savannah. Subscribe for The Journal em times the theme of this remarkable ro mance. Commission er Grady of New York and "Crochard the Invincible" of Paris. PARIS FASHION HINT 4 fV t CM lng of straw trimmed with a si r on. !k pom- MONUMENT FOR PRESIDENT TYLER BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Feb. 6. Thft memory of John Tyler, former president of the United Sta's is shortly to he honored by th fraction of a monument over his graze in Hollywood cemetery, f - . cr- i H , j ; w rfr'-f- -..-.,:. if '-. ' :. v .; V J- J , ' . - ' -v' ' : G17AJ?Z) AGAmrZAtfmTZOAtf The genuine B aker is Cocoa and Baker's Chocolate M hip w w v w w ' i i ill i ,n lit i I Mr Im' mmmp - v, For That Dance or any other formal occasion, remember we arc keeping up with you for full dress accessories. Full run of sizes in the new Marquis of Salisbury tuck ed bosom shirts. Watson, Parker Everything to o You Want the We handle only that vegetables. Give us a trial some of these Vegetables CELERY, LETTUCE, PARSLEY, SPRING ONIONS TURNIPS, TOMATOES, All kinds of Sausage, Steak?, Chops, Etc. YORKSHIRE BUTTER, 40c. Palafox 117 North Palafox Street. J. A. WILLIAMS, Prop. WELL i(IWi i nn Ai mnv a m y it l liV rflooLd 1 MRS. MINNIE AV ERF ELD, SISTEH OF LATE MIS3 ANNA JORDAN, EXPIRES AT CHATTAHOOCHEE FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE HERE SUNDAY MORNING. Mrp. M!r the :.n-tr W, f:;;ittah.--o ' i!i:Virma!.i"ii ntsht. Thf r.'s AfreUt. ?.ii:tht.er oj :;i:!rt M.-R. J.rd ir.. difd at (- yf-str.lay. n 'ort'fn i i !v. 1 in IVslsIiniIv l.i iIc'cchmmI was a il.ai?!i!er of Mr.?. Uiisa (ionza'.o Jordan, and a sinter of t'.xo l.ue Mi? Anna Jordan, who died a f.w months fl--o at Chat tahooohe". Tho funeral will !o conducted at ft. Michael's church, PenMool.i. and In terment will lo jn:ul in th romefery of tho .rinio nami on Sunday irHim injf, Itev. Kafhr Ktillrion ot'.icUtlnj?. For many yar the deceased in Pesnacnla. whor sh( hjid jnany re latives a.nd frlt-mlis. Sah-d wa hiphly esteemed lv nil who knew her. Richmond, Va.. for wbich conrres.? hs appropriated $10,000. Secret iry CJarrison of th rtsr d rnrtment, charpd with the execution of the art of congress, ban dojlg-nf! lieutenant rclonl K. K. WTnslow, oorps of ennrlneers of th army at Nor folk, Va... to look after all the pril1ml nnry work. It is proposed that the monument In its perioral dc.sljrn ."hall 'opplFt of a monolithic shaft rcstir.sr on a stone pe destal elfh-T nlon or flnrcimparJKl by a life size bust in bronze. havethi trade-mark, on eveiry package. WALTER BAKER &C0. LTD. ESTABLtSMEO ITCSO gD0RCHESTER,.MASa H Reese Co. Wear. , U JtiuflLmf AxJ mtmmJ, AdjJUh Ll kind of meats and green by phoning- your order for aaidl Bleats VEAL, PORK, HAM, B. BACON, B. HAM, SPRING LAMBS. Market PHONE 199 LU ii"r?i,i,l I oniglit Best?