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THE PENS ACOL A JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1915.
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By CEUA liYROVER ROBINSON:
QUEEN'S LUNCHEON AT THE SAN CARLO S.
About a beautifully appointed table
centered -with the carnival colors car
ried out with hundreds of fragrant
violets and the golden blossoms of the
naf clssl, the Queen and he court -were
entertained at luncheon yesterday,
following the arrival of KJngr Prlscua
XVI and his formal entry Into the city
About the table were seated Miss
'adys fierce, queen of the carnival,
and Mr. II. A. Felkel, chairman of the
corofiiitfon committee; Miss; Mary
Ftf.m McDanlel, of Milton, and Mr,
W. 11 Wright, Jr. Miss Helen Carter
and Lieut E. It. Kimball, V. 8. A.;
Mian Cary Abercromble and Mf.
i Thomas Ai Johnson;" Miss Natalie Ber
fy and Mf. 13. O. Haas, U. N. N.J ladle
In Waiting to the queen, and knights of
the Couft, and Miss Kitten Merritt and
Mr. Torn Hanlon, queen and king of
the Carnival of 1914.
Miss Pierce was very lovely In a
modish gown of pussy willow taffeta in
one of the new thie shades and black
hat cf maline with wreath of Bpring
flowers in the" colors of the court
with thls'pretty toilet was corsage
of iplnk roses showered with pink and
white sweet peas. Miss McDaniela
wore a charming frock of soft green
taffeta with green velvet hat trimmed
in fur. ,
! Miss Carter wan In a sweet frock of
soft brown silk fashioned moyen&ge,
worn with -alack velvet hat and whit
Miss Abercomble wore a charming
gown of ponge with a hat In matching
Miss Berry was In black velvet worn
with .black velvet hat
Miss Kitten Merritt wore a pretty
gown of sand colored silk with hat
in harmonizing colors.
The maids all wore exquisite corsage
bouquets of pink, roses showered with
pink and white sweet peas.
COURT BALL AT THE OSCEOLA.
The King and Quean, his maids and
courtiers danced last night at the
Osceola club aftd the scene in the ball
room Was a very beautiful one', for,
while the function was not as elabor
ate as the" Coronation ball of this even
ing, the pretty gowns seen in the ball
room, the charm of the music and the
atmosphere of gaiety gave to the even
ing a distinction all its own, and the
rrcBence of visiting girls and army and
navy officers, 'added pleasure to the
The queen of the Carnival, Miss
Glady Pelrce, wore a charming frock
f, white aid blue striped tissue, a
-JFrenehy model the tunic bordered with
'pink roses in pastel shades and the
waist prettily developed In lace with
the pink roses in their delicate tones
used on the front "of the bodice -with
a touch of blue, and a girdle of soft
blue mescaline in the' same shade.
Miss McDanlel wore a dainty frock
of pale pink crepe de chine, lace
trimmed. ' ' . '. ; .
. Miss Berry was in pale blue char-
meuse with lace and crystal trimmings
Miss Abercromble wore a lovely gown
of yellow crepe de chine with trim
mings of brown fur.'
Miss Carter was In pink charmeuse
draped in duchesse ; lace, the tunic
caught with pink and blue French rose
buds. The Queen and her maids car
ried pink roses showered -with pink
suffrage', rest, room is ' x
With the lovely pink roses exhaling
their fragrance In the center of the
table, and the pretty girls and their
escorts keeping the conversational ball
rolling during the dinner, when not re
veling in the mazes of the dance,'
Those composing: the party were:
Miss Edna Manning and Mr. Ham
mond Gayfer; Miss Lamar .Latham of
Washington and Tom Stroner; Mtss
Amelie Hill of Montgomery and Tony
uooaDraa; jvusa Mabel Hartwell and
Frank Courtney; Miss Annie Moore
Provost and Henry Hall, Jr., Miss
Kathleen McFad den of Memphis and
Georgo Lesesne; Miss Edna Finch of
Pensacola and Tom Soost; Miss May
Leatherbury and W. W. Boyles; Miss
Effie Soost and Aubrey Haines; Miss
Marie Herman and Ernst JBuck; Miss
Perla Soost and W. I Ross, Jr.; Miss
Hilda Druhan and Jim Radcliff; Mr.
and Mrs- Roy Albright; Mr. and Mrs.
. tags: Howard Sefcram, Bob Ellis,
Lloyd Cowley and Mr. Joseph I Man
OPEN HOUSE .
As Is customary each year, the
Osceola, club kept open house yester
day and the day was on of much
gaiety. The Queen's luncheon in the
morning was .followed by, tea on the
San Francisco at which the queen and
court wee entertained and the ball at
the Osceola in the evening closed the
JUDGE SHEPPARD IS HOME
FROM SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
Judge W. B. Sheppard of the United
States court, accompanied by his sec
retary, Mr. Earl Hoffman, returned
home Sunday afternoon from San An
tonio, Texas. Judge Sheppard has
been In Texas for the past several
weeks 'holding a session of the federal
court. ' i - "
Mr. Thomas A. Yon, of Tallahassee,
Fia., Is In the city for a few days on
business. , ,
Misses Florence and Lillian Harcus
of Caryvllle, are in the city to take
In the carnival. While here they are
the guests of Miss Clarice Curtin at
her home 18th avenue . and Jackson
The , fleet Room of the Pensacola
Suffrage association was visited by
more than a hundred tired mothers
afid children yesterday who are in-
Thm Source ' f Discae'.' aro
UWI W MV mt, TV
M tfee way it checks blood diseases. Bee
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see fclm sg-sln la a wttt or two sttrr using
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It la a nreuaratlon direct from medicinal
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If It wore not for ear natural secretions to
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B. 8. 8. there would be email chance of
any ef ua surviving childhood.
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T&ey will Uk excellent care ef you.
Nu-Bone, Made to
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Will fit you at your home
or in my, rooms at the San
Carlos Hqtel. Appointments
may be made by telephone.
MISS M. M. SCHRICK, ,
.vlted again today to make It their
headquarters and to tell their friends
about it. There is no charge for its
services. . - ' -
. The golden pennants of the suffrage
league, voicing the sentiment, "Votes
For Women,", made the room bright
and attractive, and the comfortable
chairs, the refreshing cup of tea, and
the violets and yellow narcissi ap
pealed to the weary body and the tired
soul. ; The mothers, perhaps, appre
ciated it most of all, and stopped in
with their little ones to rest from the
excitement of the busy streets.
Misses Marsruerlte and Isabel Insrra
ham served tea, and the visitors were
received by Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs.
Walker Ingraham and Mrs. A. C
; There Is no charge whatever for the
comforts of the Rest Room. Call to-
day and have a cup of tea. All are
welcome, but, 'especially visitors from
out of town.
. The choir of the First Baptist church
was prettily complimented Friday
when Mrs. Mary Yates entertained
with-a valentine party, the rooms of
her attractive horns being prettily
decorated In hearts and other valen
tine favors, an4 the courtesy proving
one of the most detightfuiof the week.
HAVE RETURNED FROM
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Roaear have
returned from Nashville, Tena, where
they have been spending their honey
moon with relatives. Their wedding
was a recent pretty event and their
friends aro welcoming them most cor
HOME AND SCHOOL
The Home and School League of No.
41 will meet on Wednesday afternoon
at the schoolhouse, and the program,
which Is In charge cf the children, wUl
take p'ace at two o'clock. , .
GUESTS. . .
Misa Elmire Richards is entertain
ing Miss Clara Maddox of Birmingham
and Miss Louise Milligan of Augusta,
Ga. . , .- , . .
Will fie Rented at Very Low
Prices on Next
Monday and Tuesday,
February 15th and 16th,
No. 11 East Intendencla Street
Masks, Bells, Fancy
Stockings and Wigs can
be had also.
YESTERDAY AT NOON.
Miss Jessie Amos and Mr. P. S,
Burns were quietly married yesterday
at noon at St. Michael's church. Rev.
Father Fullerton performing the cere
mony. The wedding was attended only
a few friends and the family being
The groom Is construction engineer
on the new hospltaL and he and his
lovely young bride are today receiving
the good wishes of many friends. t
IN HONOR OF MISSES HILL,
MANNING AND LATHAM.
With the arrival yesterday afternoon
of Miss Lamar Latham of Washington
to be the Carnival guest of Miss Edna
Manning, the trio of pretty girls who
were classmates at Notra Dame, Miss
Manning, Miss Latham and Miss
Amelie Hill of Montgomery, was com
plete and last evening they afforded
inspiration for a delightful party at the
Battle House Dansante, notes the
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Quina were the
generous hosts at this party, as a
compliment to their popular debutante
cousin, Miss Manning and her two
Covers were laid for thirty- two at
a taole which radiated with brightness
Colefa and Croup In Children.
Many people rely upon 'I Chamber
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cases' of colds and croup, and it never
disappoints them.' Mrs. E. H. Thomas,
Logansport, Ind., writes: "I have found
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the
best medicine for colds and croup I
have ever used, and never tire of
recommending it to my neighbors and
friends. I have always given it to my
children when suffering: from croup,
and it has never failed to give them
prompt relief." For sale by all deal
ers. - (Adv.)
RUSSIA WON'T PILOT .
COTTON LADEN SHIPS
Washington, Feb.'15-Russia will not
give pilotage for cotton ships through
the mine fields at Libau, Reval or Riga,
according to a cablegram from Amer
ican Ambassador Marye. The only
practical route for American cotton
shipments to Russia, the Ambassador
reported, appears to be either via
Vladivostok or Norwegian ports and
thence overland. '
STOP THAT COUGH NOW.
When you catch Cold, or begin to
Cough, the first thing to do Is to take
Dr. ( Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It pene
trates the linings of the Throat and
Lungs and fights the Germs of the
Disease, giving Quick relief and nat
ural healing. "Our whole family de
pend on Pine-Tar-Honey for Coughs
and Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams,
Hamilton. Ohio. It always helps. 25c.
at your .Druggist. (Adv.)
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to . thank ' our friends for
the kindness and sympathy shown us
at the death of our beloved wife and
mother. Also for the beautiful floral
MR. J. H. FRTEDRICIISBN AND
KING PRISCUS REIGNS
(Continued from Page One.)'" ;
lowed the welcome. The procession
then moved to Government, thence to
Palafox and then northward, passing
the San Carlos, upon the balcony of
which sat the queen and her maids.
The formalities .of recognition being
observed, the parade moved over the
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rest of the announced route, and re
turned to the San Carlos where Pris-
cus left the throne and retired until
8 o'clock tonight, when, at the armory
hall, his identity will he revealed.
AN INTERESTING SIGHT
Following the entry of 'the king into
the hotel, the troops and marines and
bluejackets were marched to points
westward on Garden street, the artill
ery men occupying the grass plot at the
Spring street intersection, the marines
next to them, and the bluejackets the
grass plot in the center of Garden
street, between Palafox and Baylen
streets. At these stations arms were
stacked, and the enlisted men of the
army and navy were provfded with re
freshments in the building just across
the street from the San Carlos.
The guns were stacked up just as
on the drill grounds, while sentries
paced to an dfro, guarding them.
This proved just as-interestlng a sight
to hundreds of people as could have
been evolved from the entire day's
"Milton's all right," was the comment
of many as the fine new and bright
appearing auto fire truck, on which
sat the dozen or so Santa Rosa boys,
passed in review. "The home of the
pecan," was, an announcement., pla
carded plainly over the fine truck. The
boys who sat proudly on the vehicle
looked just as happy as they could be,
and when they were cheered, ; the
"chauffeur" replied happily by sound
ing the truck's wild-cat horn. ; t
THE VET. FIREMAN.
Another of the many interesting
features in line ' was the red-shirted
veteran firemen, who, beaded by Frank
Carroll, mounted, they traveled over
the entire route, at the head ofv the
old Washington Hose Company's truck
which had been gaily oedecked for the
auspicious occasion. There were a
few missing members in this body, for.
as one member said yesterday, more
than one has answered his Last Call to
duty since their last public appearance.
MUSIC WAS A FEATURE
The music was a great feature of the
parade. The great Eighth Artillery
band, "recruited" to full strength, was
of course the largest single band, and
it was not sparing with its selections.
One after another were rendered, and
it was noticeable that popular airs were
in the majority. .
This was also the case with the other
two bands, led by Prof. Mike Green
blatt and Prof. Wyer, respectfully,
"Jack" Adams was drum major at the
head of the Greenblatt band, and he
was there with the goods, too. All of
the bands took at shot at "It's a Ixjng
Way to Tipperary before the parade
Altogether it was a, great day, so
far as the parade was concerned
People were surprised at its magni
tude, at its length, at its attractiveness
and it will be remembered for manay
a day. -
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THE MARIA, SIXTY-FOUR DAYS
OUT FROM GENOA, WAS TOWED
UP LATE v SUNDAY NIGHT
THREE SAILING SHIPS ENTER.
With the arrival of the Italian bark
-Maria, sixty-four days out from" Genoa,
some little anxiety which bad been
manifested over the long stay of the
vessel named was appeased. - The
skipper, Captain Albina, reported that
some bad weather was encountered,
but otherwise things over the entire
length of the voyage went satisfactori
ly. Showing up off the bar the bark
was taken in tow and .brought up to
the shipping area. After being boarded
by the port physician, howeve- the
vessel was ordered to quarantine, but
it was expected pratique will be given
at an early hour today and the Maria
come over to the city.
.With the Maria's arrival, it makes
three sailing ships for the jrast couple
of days, and more are expected. Old
baymen anticipate a repetition shortly
of times years ago, which they like
to talk about, when the harbor was
dotted with vessels of this type, and
when work was lively and good work
men at a decided premium. .
Bark, in , Trouble.
The Norwegian bark Colling wood, en
route from Frederickstag for Pensa
colo, was lately reported putting ifcto
an English port for repasri having en
countered very boisterous weather. -
ECZEMA ALL OYER '
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Margaret Cordell, July 30. 1914.
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