By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON
1L1 I ,
MRS. OLGA WHITE BARNES TO GIVE
RECITAL ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON
pensacolians need no introduction
to Mrs. Olga White Barnes as an en
tertainer, and so It will be with a very
sincere pleasure that her friends here
heai' her when she appears in
recital on Tuesday afternoon at the
Catholic Knights hair, under the aus
pices of the Pensacola Equal Suffrage
League. ' "" -
Mrs. Barnes leaves Thursday for her
home in Sanford, Fla., after ! several
weks spent here with relatives and
friends, and while she has given of rier
talent at one or two- private entertain
ments and at the recent out-door re
ception for the Civic League, this Is
To Plan For Equal Suffrage Convention.
There will be. a called meeting of
ih Pfnf?aeola 7-Tniial Suffrae-e leaanie
n Monday evening: at 7:30 o'clock to
Kqual Suffrage Association, which
meets in this city December 8-9-10.
The meeting will take place at the
home of "Mrs. E. E. Saunders. 221
"West Jackson street, and all members
ate earnestly requested to be present.
..Pensacola was chosen, by a 'unani
mous vote, as the convention city, and
was also honored by the election of
one of the delegates-at-large, Mrs. E.
K. Saunders being one of the Florida
representatives. Miss Minnie Kehoe
has been chosen as the local delegate
to the national convention.
The convention in Nashville closes
only a short time prior to the opening
of the convention in. this city, and as
there are a number of the delegates
First in Town !
, . Fresh California evap
orated fruits including
'r Seeded Raisins,
; Layer Raisins,
Also Stone's fresh.
wrapped cakes by ex
press this morning, 10c
each. Try them for to
The Pure Food Store
How ;Well This Store is Ready to Serve
You This Fall is Best Learned by
a Visit Here
As a partial suggestion o what you
Splendid style and value are evident in our new coats,
suits and dresses. You will be very enthusiastic about our
new garments, each one with some point of
These are but
"The Store for
124 S. Palafox
her first public recital since her ar
The Pensacola Equal Suffrage League
cordially invites the public to hoar
Mrs. Barnes on Tuesday afternoon and
as this is a courtesy of Mrs. Barnes
and the league, there is no charge of
any kind. All who have enjoyed the
talent of Mrs. Barnes in' the past and
those who have not yet heard her in
recital, have a rare tz-eat in store, for
she is dialect and always pleasing
in any role. The hour; for the opening
o fthe program is 4:30. Several musi
cal numbers will add to the interest
of the program.
who will go first to Nashville, comirg
later to the convention here, s bringing
with them much Inspiration for the
year's work, the convention should be
of very wide interest.
The Pensacola Commercial Associa
tion has been greatly instrumental, it
is believed, in securing this conven
tion for Pensacola. Mr. Phillips, sec
retary of the association, acting for
the commercial body, wrote very con
vincing letters to each member of the
executive board of the state associa
tion, putting forth Pensacola's claims,
and a Very cordial invitation was ex
tended the state association, for the
local league by its president, Mrs. Fred
Roege, who has been very active in
pushing Pensacola's claims.
Pensacola is noted for the hospitality
it always extends to visiting delega
tions, and the. state representatives of
the Equal Suffrage league will find
a cordial welcome awaiting them.
HAVE RETURNED FROM VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Gunderscheimer
and little son, B. L., Jr., have re
turned from Louisville, Ky, where
they have been the guests of Mrs.
Gunderscheimer" s mother, Mrs. Slaugh
ter. Mrs. Gunderscheimer spent sev
eral months in Louisville, Mr. Gun
derscheimer joining her and accom
panying her home.
MRS. ELKAN TO VISIT
IN ST. LOUIS.
Mrs. Monroe Elkan will leave In a
few weeks for St. Louis, on a visit to
her mother,. Mrs. Friedman.' Mrs. El
kan. was hostess onThursday after-?
noon to the Young Married Woman's
Club," at' its first meeting of the sea
son. ' '
TO ENTERTAIN FOR
Among the courtesies planned . for
the week is one at which Miss JefSe
Smith will be hostess, entertaining for
Miss Mary Wolfe, whose marriage to
Mr. C. W. Eggart is an approaching
event of wide interest.
Miss Smith's pretty compliment to
this charming young bride-elect will
take the form of a kitchen shower,
which will be an event of Thursday
merit that will prove especially worth your
while.:' -iY-" ::
Just the sort refined, smart styles you likeat just
the prices you want to pay. Isn't that a splendid com
bination? Then there is the advantage of having expert mil
liners assist you in selection, , Not . merely do they
aim to fill all your wishes, but to give additional sugges
tions such as their years of experience have proved prac
tical. Prices according to quality.
Coats from $6.50 to $40 ,
Suits from $12.50 to $40
Dresses from $7.00 to $35
Children's Dresses from $ 1 to $7.50
Children's Coats from $2.50 to $10
suggestions come and see all the new things.
I A'5? ZZF STREET COSTUMES MADE
I IN AMERICA AND SEEN ON THE AVENUE
Th .two at
shown in the
photo are of gray
cloth. The skirt
of the model on
the riht is a
two -tierx affair.
The jacket is the
a n d h a s the
One - button belt
iof gray chiffon
.match. Gray silk
stockinrs a n d
irray silk pumps
Tay. The skirt
of the model on
the left is a one
tier affair. The
jacket is the pop
has a high Medici
collar of gray
velvet. The bat
ton of material
to match the cos
"was attracted by
the wearers of
these two cos
tumes. The hat
worn by each is
of black velvet,
trimmed with a
wreath of roses.
Invitations are out to the .wedding
of Miss Mary Wolfe, the attractive
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Wylie Wolfe, to Mr. Charles Wil
liam Eggart, the marriage to take
place on November 11.
The wedding is to be at -high, noon,
at the First Methodist church, and
a number of invitations have been is
sued to friends both In the city and
Miss Agnes Wolfe, the bride's young1
sister, will be her maid-of -honor, and
Miss Minnie Eva Eaklns of "Mobile, ': a
cousin' of the bride, and" Miss ;Louise
Eggart, a. sister of the " groom, -will
act as bridesmaids. Mr. Robert Stout
and Mr. Austin Wolfe will be ushers
and Mr. Harry Winters, of . Mobile, a
nephew of the groom, will be his best
Little Areola Did en, the daughter of
Mr. David Dlden of Milton, . will ; be
the bride's pretty little flower girl.
An elaborate and beautiful musical
program will be given bsfore the niar
rlage ceremony, on the assembling of
the guests. Miss Eulalle Hutchinson
will sing, accompanied by Miss Ethol
Crowson, violin, and Miss . Claude
Kirkpatrick at the organ.
Mrs. J. B. Butherford, an aunt of
will find, we quote
"Quality is Our
ill. f i vV"v rf-'' aJ
the bride-elect, will play the wedding
march both for the entrance and exit
of the wedding party.
The bride and groom will leave on
the noon train for New Orleans and
other points for an extended bridal
trip. - . '- ,. ... .,
Both Miss Wolfe and Mr. Eggart
have a very wide circle of friends in
West Florida and Alabama much in
terested in their , approaching wed
ding. Miss Wolfe by her gracious
charm of manner and pleasing per
sonality has much endeared .herself to
many friends, and is socially a great
favorite. Mr. Eggart, who has filled
the position of city , clerk for a. num
ber of . years, has many friends In the
business world air well as socially, and
both are receiving many felicitations.
A number of delightful courtesies
have been planned for the "bride-elect.
MISS MORRIS HOSTESS
AT HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
Miss Minnie White Morris 'enter
tained very delightfully at a Hallow
e'en party Friday evening at her home,
131 East Greg-ory.
Upon entering' the door the gniests
were approached by a ghost, with an
icy. hand, with which the guests had
to shake hands, before they were al
lowed to enter.
The folding doors between the dining-room
and parlor were thrown
open, the parlor was left for dancing,
while In the dining-room and reception
hall, various Hallowe'en games were
played, among which was a guessing
contest, in which Miss Annie Bayless
and Mr. Gerald Oliver were declared
The dining-room was decorated in
Hallowe'en colors, the table being dec
orated with black cats, witches, owls,
bats, and crepe paper draped from the
v Light refreshments were served
during th evening, music was fur
nished by the Victrola and piano.
Among those who enjoyed Miss Mor
ris's hospitality -Were : Misses Cath
erine Stewart, Margaret Harper, Mrs.
Emma Allen,. Pauline Muller, Yvette
Caro, Gladys Stearns, Mae and Clara
Stokes, .Alice Pritchard, Louise Bond,
JoHIe Sullivan, Hallie Henderson, An
nie Bayless, Ruth and Odessa Crooke,
and Messrs. Michael DiLustro, Frank
Bond, J. ,P. Morris,. Forsyth Caro,
Charlie Davis, John Edwards, James,
Fred and Arthur Crooke, Willie Sulli
van, Albert Bonifay, Gerald Oliver, Leo
Anderson, Clarence Stokes, Dr. Stokes
and Mr. Hawkins.
PRETTY BOUQUET FOR "
Pensacola, Fla., Oct, 27, 1914.
Society Editor Pensacola Journal.
My Dear Madam: Here is a little
bouquet for Miss Violet Gonzalez,
which you might put in your Sunday
Journal if you care to. I always be
lieve in encouraging the beginners.
When a younger man I was on the
staff of Chicago Tribune, and feel
that I am still capable of passing
judgment upon writings of almost any
Miss Gonzalez's poem- is very flu
ently written, and plainly indicative of
the fact that the writer possesses not
only a most refined and esthetic na
ture, but also a keen, strong Intellect
and sound reasoning.
In short, one could not expect other
than such beautiful sentiment coming,
as they do, from such a beautiful and
charming young woman.
A. A. DUNBAR,
Pensacola, Flai, East Jackson St.
HAVE ARRIVED FROM PARIS.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Dunwody and
two children arrived yesterday from.
Paris, via New York, and are guests
of Mr. Dunwody"s sister, Mrs. Henry
Baars, at Cordova park. Mr. Dun
wody and family have been residents
of Paris for a number of years, but
have many friends and relatives "lere
who are delighted that thy will prob
ably spend the winter in Pensacola.
PROGRESS CLUB OPENS
The season at the- Progress club was
opened informally, but very brightly
Wednesday night when the club's hos
pitality was extended for the first time
These informal gatherings, which
will take place weekly at the club
house, are designed to please both the
young and older element of society,
and while the members of the mar
ried set enjoyed their favorite game
of five hundred, the dancing contin-"
gent showed their skill in the new
steps in the ball room upstairs.
Mrs. Nathan Weiland won the prize
a pair of silk hose for skill at the
card tables, twenty players at Ave
tables, enjoj'ing the game.
Among the dancers, who were
joined later In the evening by the
card devotees were:
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Marcus, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Forcheimer, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Oppenhelmer; M'.-.i
Gladys Cahn, Matilda Sonfleld, of New
Orleans, Sadie Kugleman, Relne Cahn,
Fannie Waggenheim, Clara . Frenkel,
Ethel Friedman, Esther Gugenhelm,
Hilda Bear, Paula Hirskovitz, Miriam
Friedman. Dr. Ackerman, Messrs. Har
ry Waggenheim, Jake Kugleman, La-
zar Cahn, Albert Klein, Alva Mocs,
Emanuel Gutman, Morris Levy. Ivm
Lischkoff, Dr. Bertram Dan-'ic'-Drl
IN HONOR. OF MISS
Dainty invitations, bearing Cupids
and hearts, have been issued to a
miscellaneous shower to be given by
Mrs. J. Emmet Wolfe at her home on
North Palafox street on Saturday
afternoon, Nov. 11, in honor . of her
niece. Miss Mary Wolfe, whose mar
riage to Mr. C. W. Eggart, will take
place at the First Methodist church at
high noon on Wednesday, Nov. 11, and
will be of interest to a large number
of friends and acquaintances.
HOSTESS AT HALLOWE'EN
Little Miss Wilma Barkdull -was hos
tess last evening to about thirty of
her boy and girl friends, at a Hal
lowe'en : party. Games, dancing and
fortune-telling made the hours pa
very delightfully for the little hostess
and her guests,.
FORTY-SIXTH CONVENTION OF
The call has Just been, issued by the
National American Woman Suffrage
Association for its forty-sixth annual
convention. " It summons the delegates
of its sixty member-associations to
meet together for Inspiration and for
counsel. The convention will be held
by Invitation of the Tennessee Equal
Suffrage league in Nashville, Novem
ber ,12 to 17. It will in many re
spects be the most important conven
tion In the history of the national a
sociation.. .Plana will be discussed for
winning the enfranchisement of the
women of the whole country in ihe
speediest and most practicable man
ner. The call is issued by the general
officers of the national association who
are Anna Howard Shaw, Jane Addams,
Madeline Breckinridge, Caroline Butz
Rees, Susan Walker Fitzgerald, Kath
erine Dexter McCormick, Harriet Bur
ton Laidlaw, Louise deKoven Bowen.
The daytime sessions will be held In
Convention hall, house of representa
tives, and the evening session in Ry
man auditorium. The mayor of Nash
ville, Mr. H. E. Howse, and the Gov
ernor of Tennessee, Mr. B. W. Hooper,"
will take part on the program. A most
interesting woman and noted writer
to take part will be Zona Gale, who is
so well known through her "Friend
ship Village" stories. She will give
one of thes stories, that has never been
published, and that has a suffrage
MR. AND MRS. AYMARD
IN THE CITY.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Aymard arrived
Saturday from Memphis and are
guests of Mrs. Aymard's mother, Mrs.
M. P. Palmes. Mr. and Mrs. Aymard
will spend the winter In Jacksonville.
Mrs. Aymard's friends will be glad to
know that she will be here for sev
Steamer Baldwin leaves
City 2:30; leaves island 4:30
Holzsteb Cleaning and Dye Works
to Open Tuesday, Nov. 2nd
120 S. Palafox Street.
A trial piece of work will prove that we are spe
cialists in the Cleaning and Dyeing business, doing
work that will please beyond question.
Delicate silk costumes, fancy dresses, theatrical,
gowns and gentlemen's garments will receive our
expert personal attention.
White Kid Gloves Cleaned Free,
Ours is a Short Story
of Long Values
FRENCH BROAD CLOTH
Broadcloth is the fabric par excellence this season
inu we nave an exceptionally fine f T PZ
quality to offer, per yard ? 1 . I O
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Our beautiful line of Roman Stripes and Plain
Serges, also Plaid Silks, that sell regularly at
boc a yard, ior
Will Be Very Scarce This Season. We . Advise an
2-clasp, black and colors, at $1.25
2-clasp, English Walring Gloves, white, tan, . .$1.25
2-clasp, black and colors, exceptional value . . .$1.69
16-button, white and black, $3.00
"THE STORE NOTED FOR VALUES."
If I were blind,
Nor never knew the sweet, green glory
of the spring,
Still could I hear at dawn the lark,
Thrush song at dusk, and stir of wing;
Ah, who could be disconsolate
When left so many a lovely thing!
If I were dumb
And on mine ear fell loved melodies
Could I not see the splendid sun
And taste the cool of summer rain;
And in my heart be memories
That silence stirs to songs again.
If I were dead,
Thenwhat weer left? Would you not
"coming o'er me ween;
And kneeling by my. narrow bed,
All night a wide-eyed silence keep
What then could man ask more of
Than this your love and sleep?
Maxwell Struthers Burt.
WEDDING IN FEBRUARY.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Moreno Sciif
ritt announce the engagement of their
daughter, Cora, to Mr. Marce Newell
Goodnow, of Chicago, Illinois, t!ie
wedding to take place in the early part
Not only in Pensacola, hvl elsewhere
in Florida, where the Scarritt fam
ily is widely known, will ' there be a'
very sincere Interest in this announce
ment. Mr. Goodnow is a writer of some
reputation, and is to be congratulated
on having won one of Florida's unarm
MEETING OF THE CAXTONS
WITH MISS CLUBBS.
The Caxtons' will meet on Monday
afternoon at 3:4 5. with Misn Oeclu
Clubbs, with Miss Annie McMillan
The Constitution of the United
States will be the subject under dis
cussion. MISS DOROTHY SMITH
ENTERTAINS AT BIRTHDAY
' Miss Dorothy Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. C. Smith of 1220 Kaist
Blount street, entertained a number
of her 5'oung friends yesterday after
noon in celebration of her sixteenth
birthday. The affair was a combina
tion birthday and Hallowe'en party
and numerous games appropriate
to the occasion were played and de
licious refreshments served.
two days only,
THAT DAY YOU CAME.
Such special sweet m-ss ,vas .ihoiit
That day. God nr-nl you lien-,
I knew the lavender u;... nvi.
And it was mid of vr;ir.
Their common way tn- ;re.l wUu,
The ships sailed ut .. .;
Yet ere that day war. ,(..,( j 11,.
Mine own had '.'unit- ' tn.
As affr song $oij-. a;.t- '. '' u-t
Lurks still in gra.sy, . r Uj.iu.i,
So, somewhat of tht- n.1 ' .Ium
Lurks in the weather no'-."'
The young year f"t- ! ' . .u' t.
The old year strins 'the rer- :
But eve- in :ny J ivi d-- .
I hear lhf f rawlin-j hec-r.
From "A H; ':! a t ... v. '. r ."
Iizptt? Wo.iriv, a Mi : -",
Dr. Mitchell, Osteopath'
Physician, removed ' z ! !
212 Blount Euild:n. P'no '
For All Souls' and All
November 1st and 2nd.
Mrs. L. L. Boysen
252 East Chase Street.
Carnations and Chrys
anthemums. Also have fine Palms
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