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ETY PEOPLE PERSONAL INTERESTING SOCIETY PHONE NO. 38. By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. CI EVENTS REVELLERS OF i Completely surprising their delighted guests, The Revellers of Ariola, for their annual hall and tableaux at the Keyser auditorium, Thursday night staged a mock circus which proved a scream, and capped the climax by electing their queen and maids in a suffragette election. It was without theme or design, ex cept to create fun, but the central Idea, America, was carried out In ev erything. Uncle Sam was king; Co lumbia, the queen; four midshipmen, garbed In America colors, were the tiukes. The maids were simply Am erican girls, wearing capes of the colors. The flowers were American Beauties. An American circus fur nished the entertainment. The throne was a gilded stand, draped with American colors, and the ball room was a circus tent. Pomp and grandeur were discarded and humor alone was considered. The whole was planned as a surprise, and the prevail ing idea wag to get as far away from the myths and fables as possible. In the costuming and stage effects lavishness was displayed wherever it was in keeping with the proprieties. An assemblage of guests, brilliant as any ever assembled, was present. The queen was Miss Elizabeth Fish er, and the four maids. Misses Evelyn Maxwell, Kitten Merritt. Janle Knowles and Helen Fisher. The lovely young queen and heT four pretty maids-in-waiting have been much feted since their debuts early in the winter, and this honor bestowed upon them by The Revellers of Ariola wai? one of the crowning distinctions of a season, bright with many social triumphs. The young queen was most gracious and beautiful in her white satin gown. with Columbia's mantle draped from the shoulders, and the great armful of American Beauties lent distinction to her lovely toilette. Miss Evelyn Max well was in pale blue. Miss Janie Knowles in a pale yellow, and Miss Kitten Merritt and Miss Helen Fisher both in softly draped gowns of white satin. The four maids of honor car ried armfuls of American Beauties, in both white and red, and the short capes in the national colors were pret ty and becoming. The mantle of Columbia worn by the qween was most beautiful. Surprise Follows Surprise. Through the curtain, as the clock struck the hour of 9, came a fat wom an, and a younger member of her sex, bearing a banner, reading "Votes for Women."' They went to the call out section and proceeded to distribute bal lots among the guests. As they went about their task they dealt out argu ments for women's rights. The in structions at the bottom of the ballot read: "Secret ballot obligatory. You w CATARRH T Use Hyomei You Breathe It Unless properly treated this disease often leads to a serious if not fatal ailment. It is needless to allow catarrh to ruin your health use Hyomei It is certainly effective relief for catarrh ills. It's the direct-to-the-spot treat ment. You breathe it no stomach dosing. Xo household should be with out Hyomei. It not only gives quick and lasting benefit in cases of ca tarrh out is one of the surest and most pleasant tretaments for head colds, sniffles, or croup of children. Hyomei is a combination of antisep tic oils you breathe it using a email Inhaler. The air laden with health restoring Hyomei soothes, heals and vitalizes the sore, raw and inflamed membrane of the breathing organs al most immediately. There Is no other remedy that benefits so surely or so quickly. Money refunded by The Crystal Pharmacy if you are not satis fled. . Do not b without Hyomei another dJy. Druggists everywhere sell It. Get the complete outfit $1.00 size this contains the lnahler and bottle of liquid. (Adv.) GET ready with your KODAK for the Merry Mardi Gras! Load up. We have plen tv of films. Haven't a Kodak? Better set one. Kodaks, S6 up. Brownies, 1 up. 119 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla, We give honest prices, honeat weights and honeat goods for cash. You will be pleased. Try a pound of Esperanza Coffee, 45 cents a pound COFFEE RANCH CO. 34 S. Psiafox st. Phone 422 ARIOLA BALL may vote but once and must not vote for yourself." The ballots distributed, the " suffragettes disappeared through the curtain. Then the curtain rose on the first tableau, showing the worn front of a clrcns tent, with its flaring pictures, its "Grand Entrance" wooden box of fice, red lemonade and all the accesso ries of the circus grounds. From both sides the country folk appeared, gazed open-mouthed in won der at the pictured freaks. The whole countryside was out to see the -show. In a stream they punched treats and made their way into the big tent. While this was going on, a pair of disreputable Mexican gamblers op peared and opened a "shell game, in to which they worked the countrymen. It was the genuine article, handled by a smooth pair. Of course the coun trymen lost, and got into a row, which was finally settled by the winner agreeing to treat the crowd to the circus, and through the grand entrance they marched. The second scene carried the spec tators into the circus tent. From the center -pole were stretched streamers of colored incandescents, the only dec oration attempted. The Parade. Headed by a band, playing typical circus music, the procession of per formers Issued from the performer's tent, and the opening grand march had begun. The ring nraster, in his high hat, red coat and dark trousers, snapping hla whip, led the way. Then came the fat lady, and the snake charmer, Scottish Highlanders in kilts, followed by Percy the Hon tamer, who dragged behind him three perfectly trained lions. - The lady bareback riders rode grace fully in their equestrian duet. The fact that their lonely raw-boned steed had to be dragged along on wheels, did not appear to disturb their equilib rium. The Wild Man from Borneo led the elephant, an animal trained to stay on rollers. Two Roman chariots, drawn by teams of six prancing clowns, came next. A bunch of funny clowns, in rich and fantastic costumes, wound up the parade. After a circuit of the stage, the mu sic chaged to Yankee Doodle, and in rode Uncle Sam, mounted on a rocking horse, accompanied by a guard of honor consisting of four midshipmen. After Uncle Sam had conducted a little parade of his own ,he mounted the gilded stand at the rear. an be came the presiding genius of the cir cus. . Several grand acts win ofrr,i in the circus proper. The bareback riders fought one another for a space on the DacK or the patient old horse, drawing great applause. Roman Chariot Race. The crowninsr triumoh of the dav. a Roman chariot race, wound up the circus. The course was the entire circuit of the dancinsr alatform Eaph chariot with its driver and its team of six clowns. The start and finish were in front of Uncle Sam's throne: "Twice around the course and tha fastest team wins." were the only rules, and it was a race to stir th blood of Romans. They charged down the stretch and turned the benda r sharply that the drivers abandoned the reins for the safer Job of holding on. Then hack again at top speed and around the other bend they went. The finish was exciting, but in the melee no one really found out who really won. While the clowns were clearing- up the tent, the fat lady succeeded in having the ballots deposited In the ballot box. The ringmaster instituted himself as election commissioner, sum moned the two gamblers as clerks of eleotion, and proceeded to count the ballots. It was then found that the unselfish "call outs" had in many In stances voted for the recognized suf fragette leaders throughout the world, Mrs. Pankhurst receiving a goodly number of votes. Having ascertained the decision of the sufiragettes. the ring master sum moned th midshipmen from the side of Uncle Sam, and went to the call outs to find the successful candidates. ALL CARS STOP AT MEYER'S ASK THE CONDUCTOR. $2.50 Patent Colonial Pumps A spring model, bright steel buckle full Cuban heel, special price today. $1.99 Other Values Await You. Meyer Shoe Co PA LA FOX AND ROMANA THAT BUSY CORNER New Arrivals Daily. HER EXPERIENCE GAINED ON TRIP Found That Ladies In State Agreed With Her on One Important Question. Maugham, La, Mrs. Lira Barber, of this town, who has returned from a trip In West and Middle Tennessee, has the following to say: "1 have ben on a trip in Middle and West Tennessee where I found many ladles using Cardui, the woman's tonic While traveling I took great pleasure In telling what it had done for me I not only praised Cardui but advised poor suffering women to take it. I know that Cardui cured me and I be lieve ft will do the same for other women. Sometime ago, I could hardly stand on my feet, and I had given up ever having good health. After using two bottles of Cardui I could tell It was helping me, and I continued taking it for awhile. I Boon felt as well as I ever did, and could do all of my work. I shall always pralee this great med icine to every suffering woman. I thtnk there is no other half so good." Mrs. Barber would have found weak, ailing women taking Cardui almost anywhere she could have gone, because Cardui is recognized as the standard ! woman's tonic. It ha helped more than a million women back to health and strength in the past BO years. Why shouldn't It help you? N. B. Write to: ladies Advisory t3pt., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special Instructions and 64- o&sre book, "Home Treatment for: Women." sent la plain wrapper on re quest. (Adv) who were then led to the king's throne where the mantle of Columbia was placed on the queen's sholders and the" grand majpch, to the tune of the Star Spangled Banner and America was hegun. After the march the maskers' dances were begun, the ball coming to a close about 1 a. m. Light refresh ments and punch were served. The reception committee comprised Messrs. E. O. Saltmarsh, W. J. Forbes, T. G. Watson. M- A. Quina, J. F. Tay lor. G. W. Wright, R. S. Quina, J. B. McJfeilL A. F. Warren, Judge A. C. Blount and Dr. F. O. Renshaw. CIRCLE NO. 2 OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist La dies' Aid Society was delightfully en tertained" on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. M. E. Wilson and Mrs. W. W. Weekley, at the homo of Mrs. Wil son. The rooms were bright and attrac tive with graceful ferns, and vases of violets and sweet peas. About twenty ladies responded to the cordial invitation of the hostess, each one 'bringing her fancy work, and for a time, lusy fingers and bright conversation made the moments fly only too swiftly. During the afternoon dainty refresh ments were served and the guests were also treated to several charming sel ections or the Victrola, Circle No. 3 will be entertained next week by the vice president of the society, Mrs. L. E. Durham, at her North Hill home. These circles are a new feature In the Aid Society and are becoming very popular with the ladles of the First Baptist church. GUESTS OF MR. AND MRS. M. O. BRAWN ER. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Brawner have as their guests Miss Gladys Farreor of Chlpley. Miss Farreor is a most at tractive and charming young woman, who will doubtless make many friends while here. MEETING UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY. The United Daughters of the Con federacy will hold the regular monthly meeting this afternoon at the bivouac at 4 o'clock. MARRIAGE OF MISS INGA TORKELSON AND MR. LINDSTROM The marriage of Miss Inga Marie Torkelson and Mr. Clyde Lindstrom will take place at the home of- the bride on the evening of Wednesday, February 18, at S oclock, in the pres- Everything in Winter Goods at s PRICE rs AND LESS Ready-tQ-Wear Store. 9 and 11 South Palafox. ence of the two families and a few intimate friend. Miss Torkelson is the young daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N Torkelson and both she and Mr. Llndstrom have many friends who are interested in the news of their approaching wed ding. ARNOLD-SMITH WEDDING FEBRUARY 20. The engagement of Miss Lillian Smith and Mr. Harry Arnold has been announced, the wedding to take place on February 20. Owing to illness in the family of, the bride the marriage will be very quietly celebrated. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT. Miss Lillian Wilcox and Miss Lexie McKinney will entertain on Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Wilcox, 400 BasfCervates street, for Miss Lil ian Smith, whose marriage to Mr. Har ry Arnold takes place on February 20. Ths courtesy will take form of a miscellaneous shower, ani will be une of the prettiest prenuptial par. it: j given this winter. MEETING OF PAST NOBLE GRAND ASSOCIATION. The Past Noble Grands Association will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. F. M. Smith on West Romana street- WILL LEAVE PENSACOLA SUNDAY MORNING. Mr. and Mrs. Grant S. Conklin and daughter start their 1.500 mile hike to St. Paul, Minn., on February 15, draw ing cart made for this occasion, which holds tent, provisions and everything necessary for camping comfort. No time is set, but they intend to see the country. Mr. Conklin Is Scoutmas ter of his home city and will endeavor to further the Boy Scout movement on this trip. MRS. MAX BEAR TO ENTERTAIN EUCHRE CLUB. Mrs. Max L. Bear will entertain the members of her Euchre club this aft ernoon, at her home on Twelfth ave nue. Those constituting the member ship of this club, which has recently been organized, are Mrs. Max L. Bear, Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Leopold Mayer, Mrs. Alex Friedman, Mrs. Louis Fried man, Mrs. Philip Ball, Mrs. Max Klein, Mrs. N. Goldring, Mrs. Lizzie Kosenau, Mrs. Ed Fo'rcheimer. EAST HILL SEWING CLUB WITH MRS LITTLE. The East Hill Sewing club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. R, B. Little as hostess, at her home, 1101 East CJads den street. THE MATRONS' CLUB WITH MRS. HEINBERG. Mrs. Max Heinberg was hostess on Wednesday afternoon to the Matrons, the members enjoying one of the pleasantest meetings held recently. Among the fortunate contestants were Mrs. Hubert Moog, ace prize, and Mrs. Ed Forcheimer, second. Mrs. Dan Oppenheimer will entertain the club at its next meeting. MEETING OF HOME AND SCHOOL LEAGUE. A large number of patrons and teachers were present at the meeting of the Home and School League Tues daj afternoon and an interesting and helpful program was carried out. The report of the committee on sanitary drinking fountains for the school showed that the work of secur ing the fountains was well under way and the school will soon be equipped with them. Two other important com mittees made favorable reports, and it now seems that some greatly needed improvements of school No. 1 will re sult from the earnest work of teachers and patrons this year. The plan of medical inspection in the schools was explained by Miss Reese, who spoke in most commending terms of the interest the dootors as signed to the school had shown in the work and the good that must result Ladi les, you don't want to miss this: AH $4. button shoes now $3.19 All ladies' button shoes that formerly sold for 45. now $3.40 Boston Shoe Store 113 S. Palafox street Phone 690 .ufll V 1"t -Jill in" 1 i U " -V "II. ........Mi- Ilk XM " m . W Tk3n M. V to the school and the community when the work is completed. It was shown that the seven hundred pupils of school No 1 had ben exam ined by Dr. Fellows, Dr. Simpson and Dr. Quina for nutrition, skin diseases, teeth, tonsils, adenoids and eyes. A little later the completed cards of the pupils will be filed with the physici ans and parents will be advised where treatment is needed. The paper on "Obedience," read by Mrs. Fierpont and songs by Miss Ada White and Miss Ferrel Warren, were the three very entertaining numbers that constituted the regular program. The next meeting will be held on the second Tuesday in March. THE NEW CITY FLINCH CLUB WITH MRS. RICHARDS. The New City Flinch club will meet on next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Richards, 810 East La Rua street. YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN'S CLUB WITH MRS. KAHN. Mrs. Sam Kahn entertained the members of the Toung Married Wom an's club on Thursday afternoon, the guests of the club being Mrs. Cahn, mother of the hostess, Mrs. H. Neuman and Miss Meta Rosenau of New York. The first prize, a silver pie plate, went to Mrs. Jake Bear; the second, & crystal vase, was won by Mrs. Leon Gunderscheimer; and the guests' prize, a silver picture frame, was captured by Miss Rosenau. Mrs. Ike Hirschman will entertain the club on next Thursday. COURTESY FOR MRS. W. G. PRATHER. Much regret has been expressed at the fact that Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Fra ther are leaving Pensacola to make their home in Mississippi, and one of the courtesies extended Mrs. Frather was an informal card party at which Mrs. E. F. Bruce entertained for her, with three tables of auction bridge, Mrs.. J. W. Hlggins winning first prize, and Mrs. Bruce presenting her guest with a pretty souvenir of the afternoon. Mrs. Prather will leave about the nineteenth for Kentucky, Joining Mr. Prather later in Missis sippL THE MISSISSIPPI SOCIAL CLUB. The Mississippi Social club will give their second dance at the navy yard, Warrington, on Friday, February 13, at 8 o'clock. Invitations have been mailed, but all ladies not having re ceived any are cordially invited to at tend. MRS BERRY HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB. Mrs. George A. Berry entertained the members of the Tuesday Morning Bridge and the Thursday Auction club yesterday afternoon, complimenting the members as a pretty return for many delightful hours spent with them as their guest. The rooms of the entire home were lovely in their decorations of stately palms and graceful ferns, and the game was played in one of the spacious rooms on the second floor, with five tables at play. Before the game of bridge, how ever, the guests enjoyed an eight course luncheon, beautifully served at two tables, seating ten each, one placed in the living room and one in the dining room. In the living room pink carnations were used as the pretty floral center 1 iy" V if! 1 GRAND OPERA FLOTOVV'S REYNALD'S I ; TONIGHT "If3l TMM 99 MUSIC 8 TO 9:30 O'CLOCK Everybody Invited HOUSE rtfir ma For pastry there is nothing to compare with Cottolene "creams up" beautifully, always, and every cook knows what an advantage that is. It is always plastic and blends readily with the flour or sugar. This makes Cottolene especially pleasant to use in cakes, pastry, sauces, biscuits and the like. Have you tried Cottolene yet? If not, do at least test it for yourself. You will then understand some of its many advantages. At the same 71 time, do not loreet n cate this wholesome shortening as re- L-J..IT vt,A f J,., liable, economical and digestible. Mrs. Mary T. Rorer, Mrs. Helen Armstrong, Lida Ames Willis, Marion Harland. THEM.fl F?IRPAMK COAPArlYl CHICAGO piece, with the fragrant, delicate blossoms of the sweet pea scented over tho cloth, and the second table was lovely In its profusion of crimson car nations, and fragrant violets. Mrs. Berry's guests were Mrs. W. B. Wright, Mrs. Henry Bellinger, Mrs. W. K. Hyer, Mrs. J. C. Avery, Mrs. H. G. DeSilva, Miss Fannie Caldwell, Mrs. J. B. Jones, Mrs. B. R. M. Kennedy and her sister, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. J. S. Reese, Mrs. J. F. Taylor, Miss Sallie Wright, Mrs. R. II. Tur ner and her guest, Miss Minnie Han ner, and her guest. Miss Minnie Han way, Mrs. W. J. Forbes. Mrs. J. W. Higgins, Mrs. F. W. Marsh, Miss Bes sie Keller, Mrs. Cuthbert Mrs. Berry's sister, and Mrs. Cuthbert, Mrs. Berry's sister, and Mrs. Alba H. Warren of Galveston. Miss Minnie Hanway made top score winning a desk calendar in red mo rocco and the second prize, which went to Mrs. Mallory Kennedy, was an ex tension brass book rack. The conso lation, won by Mrs. Richard Turner, was one of the latest novels. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herrlngton of this city leave today for Birmingham, where Mrs. Herrlngton will undergo an operation and toe under care of doctor. Mrs. Herrlngton has been lit for som time, and her many frleds wish her a speedy recovery. Many friends .will learn with pleas ure i-f the improvement in the con li tion of Miss Marjorte Smith, the youn? daughter cf Mr. and Mrs G. E. Sml.h, who has uten ill since early In De cember, when she underwent an op eration for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. James Madison who have been the guests of Mrs. E. E. Saunders since the Christmastlde, The Peosacola chool is QMtfaere TraIeflig, School for Profess SomiaB Musicians PROF. GILFILLAN SCOTT, Principal. I-hone 1779 AlonzoRicmardscn&Co. CeotifiedPublicAccountants Empire Buildwo ATLANTA tnat iooa experts aavo- Send for the FREE Recipe Book, "HOT.IE HELPS," by these five leading cooking authorities: Lincoln, Mrs. Sarah Tyson hsrve returned to their home la Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Madison enJoyd the change from the north to the d Jtjghtful Kloricte. W(matf, pn5 mid many friends here during their visit. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bodanhslnotr. who have been spending th past six: weeks with Mr. and Mrs. LopoM Mayer, have returned to Atlanta. Mr. Bodenhelmer Is a brother of Mrs. Mayer, and both he and his wife were the recipients of many attentions dur ing their vielt. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brawner are thn guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brawner at Atmors, SERVICES IN THE RURAL CHURCHES Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Just west of Ft. Barrancas. Preach ing, worship, Saturday nlKbt, 7:80; Sunday morning, 11; Sunday nlrht, 7:80; on first Runday In each month. Sunday school every Sunday morning, at 10, and B. T. P. U. at 7:80. All are welcome. Ira I. Roberts, pastor. Union Hill Baptist Churoh Nmup Myrtle Grove. Preaching and woraMj Saturday night, 7:80; Sunday morning 11; Sunday night, 7:30 ;on fourth gun day in each month. Sunday school, 3 0 a. m. each Sunday and prayer meet ing every Sunday night at 7:80. AU are welcome. Ira I. Roberts, pastor. Klondyke Baptist Church Nf Eleven-Mile creek. Preaching an4 worship Saturday night 7:80; Sunday morning, 11; Sunday night, 7:30, on third Sunday In each month. Sunday achool every Sunday at 10 a. m., and. B. Y. P. U. at 7:30 every Sunday night. All are welcome. Ira I. Rob. erts, pastor. of Jlusic the AmericanHatxBjBuilqiho 'ticTSS"" PENSACQLA.FLA.