x HE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15, 1915.
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Zfy Ceza Myrover Robinson. . I Phone 38
Wouldst; thou be false because one
To thee the face of change
To thine wn self be true, and learn
With subtle strength and strange,
Shall troth, that made thy courage
Disarm falsehood for thy sake.
Wouldst thou be weak; forsake thy
trust, . '
Because toward thee one fail?
No faith can win if courage rust, ;
But .great Truth shall prevail,
And sturdy perseverance lead
When weakling falsehood dare not
"To thine own self be true,1? one cried,
f "And, as the night the day,
Shall follow in Great Truth's great
All victory thy way;
And thou shall be immune, apart,
To false hood la thine own great
"And thou shall make of loss thy
. . . gain,.-..,- , A- :- ." . t .'
Of change thy anchorage;
Calm shall be born anew, of pain.
Peace by endurance's wage;
And sturdy truth on guard shall be
To light the lamps of love ftfr three."
MARY TO HER SON.
Sleep soft, sleep warm,
Oh, Jittle son upon my arm!
Thou'rt mine for such a little while,
To He upon my breast and smile-
' And smiling, my sad heart beguile.
.f , " . . '
i On yonder hill there groweth tall
A tree whose shadows strangely fall
In shapes that none save I may see,
Oh, hill of awe and mystery!
0 little son, upon my kneel
vHave pity, Lord, I am afraid!
1 am but Just a woman, made ,
For love and love's simple things
To hush my babe upon my breast,
To li3 with, him at quiet rest
Until the dawn awakening brings!
But hush thee, now, my child, and
For God and angels watch will keep,
' Thou art His Son, as Thou art mine,
Sleep softly now among the kine,
-My" little Son My Son said -Thine
By Julia Neely Finch.
HOME AND SCHOOL LEAGUE
OF NO. 40.
lThe Home and School League of
School No. 40 will mee this after
noon at $5:45.
I MEETING AT W. O. W.
I The G. I. A. to B. of L. E. wfll
hold a meeting this - afternoon
, promptly at 2:30, at the W. O. W,
hall, AH members are urgea to at-
MANY COURTESIES SHOWN
The Tallahassee Daily Democrat
of recent date contained the follow-.-
in: - ' '....
Mrs.D. W. Griffin was hostess at
- a delightful sewing party Friday aft
ernoon In honor of Mrs. James Mac
r gibbon of Pensacola, the attractive
aruest of -Mrs. Guyte McCord. Those
present were Mesdames Guyte Mc
Cord, James Macgibbon, W, L. Quar-
- . terman. E. H. Sellards, Alex McDou
' gall, W. G. Dodd, Herman Gunter, A.
Mrs. Phelps Warden Wilson enter
tained yesterday morning with an in
formal bridge party, honoring Mrs.
James Macgibbon. There were three
? tables of those playing th game.
Dainty refreshments were served dur
ing the morning. Those enjoying Mrs.
Wilson's hospitality were: Mesdames
H. L. Bethel, Dave Curtis, Jos. A.
Edmondson, D. M. Lowry, C. F. Pier-
son, J. E. Perkins, L. M. Lively, J. E.
McNair, F. B. Winthrop, Claxton, G,
P. McCord. and the honoree, Mrs.
" Mrs. . Guyte McCord entertained
with two tables of bridge compliment
ing her visitor, Mrs. James Macgib
bon of Pensacola, Friday morning.
Those playing were: Mesdames P.
W. Wflson, F. W. Winthrop, S. D.
Stone's, 50c per pound
Duchess, 50c per pound
DeLuxe, 60c per pound.
The Wire rood Store
1720 Phones 1721
Chittenden, D. M. Lowry, C. M. Aus
ley, C. F. Pierson, C. O. Andrews, W.
G. Dodd, E. H. Sellards, and the hon
oree, Mrs. James Macgibbon. Deli
cious refreshments consisting of per
fection salad, sandwiches and coffee
were served after the game.
Mrs. James Macgibbon was tne hon
oree at a delightful informal sewing
party Thursday afternoon .given by
Mrs. E. H. Sellards at her attractive
home on East Vfrfc"" street. Those
enjoying Mrs. Sellards' hospitality
were: Megdames AIm- MoTVmill.
M. Hudson, D. N. Griffin, W. V. Knotfc,
W. L. Quarterman, J. W. Collins, W.
G. Dodd, B. C. Whitfield, Q. G. New- i
some, Irvin Gates, J. T. Perkins, Her-'
man uunter, J. f. Cobb, G. T. Mar
shall, A. T. Nelson, J. C. Burwell, and
Misses Winnie and Grace Cobb. .
DONATIONS FOR PEARL
Mrs. Eldridge, matron of the Pearl
Eagan Home, wishes to express her .
gratitude to Mr. McLean of the Gulf
Refining Company, for fifty gallons
of oil which were sent to the home
today. A bed . and two mattresses
have also been donated by a friend of
A group of girls and boys gave a
hppy surprise party to Miss Nina
Maxwell at her home, 1302 North
Fourteenth avenue last Saturday eve
ning. Games were played .and re
freshments served to the young peo
ple, who were: Ada Bogan, Bertha
and Grace Jacobson, Louise Peterson,
Cordelia Adams, Frances Graham,
Ethel and Nellie McConnell, Felicia
Adama, Albert Olsen, Bradley Os
good, Wesley Solomon, Clifford Regi
nald, Leslie Graham, Jim McConnell,
George and Jack Adams.
Rebekah Lodge Naomi No. 10 will
celebrate their fourteenth anniversary
Wednesday evening, beginning at 8
o'clock, at Rafford hall. All members
are cordially invited to be present.
Immediately after the prayer ser
vice at the First Methodist church
Wednesday evening the ladies of the
church will tender a farewell party
to their pastor. Rev. MH. -Holt and
Mrs. Holt, who leave in a short time
for Selma, Alabama, to make their
Every member of the church is
asked to attend the service and take
part in the informal farewell recep
tion which will follow.
MEETING OF LADY
The Ladies' Owls will meet Thurs
day evening, at 7:30, at their hall.
All members are asked to be present
as there will be a class for initiation,
DANCE AT THE
COUNTRY CLUB. '
The Country Club was a scene of
animation and brightness for the in
formal - dance Tuesday evening and
large numbers ! of the dancing set
were in attendance. Mrs. W. H.
Enowles, Mrs. W. S. Keyser. Mrs.
H. C. Mustin and Mrs. . P. N. L. Bel
linger acted as patronesses.
The club will give a dance during
the holiday also, December 28 having
been chosen for this hospitality.
ppTF.u VISIT IN
Dr. and Mrs. Jamec S. Kennedy of
Fort ' Barrancas, returned yesterday
from Mobile, Alabama, where they
had been spending a few days at the
Battle House. -
WINNES AT WOMAN'S RELIEF
The Woman's Relief Association
has announced the following winners
at the card party, given Monday aft
ernoon at the San Carlos hotel:
Bridge Mrs. J. B. McNeill, Miss
Bessie Kelly, Mrs. W. B. Wright, Mrs.
J. C. Avery, Mrs. Ed. Forcheimer,
Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mrs. Max Kahn
and Mrs. Harry Grant DeSilva.
Five Hundred Mrs. T. H. Johnson,
Mrs. Marion Hyer, Mrs. Santo, Mrs.
William Pierce, Mjss Frances Chris
tie, Mrs. Dave Harrison, Mrs. I. Gug
enheim, Mrs. Gabe Hirsch, Mrs. Dave
Levy, Mrs. Morgan. Miss Carrie Mo
reno, Mrs. J. U. H. Barker, Mrs. Gold
smith' and Mrs. Strelitz.
THE NOMADS WITH
' Mrs. Horace Lee Simpson was hos
tess for thA Noiriads this week at her
home on West Belmont street.
Miss Pattie "Holden contributed a
paper, "Ximena," and the hostess had
as her subject, "Moorish Women."
For the next meeting Miss Charlie
belle Laney will entertain the mem
bers. She will give a reading from
Scott's "Ivanhoe," and Mrs. T. V.
Hannah will have a paper, "Maid Ma
rion and the Times of Robin Hood."
Mrs. ,G. W. Belser, of Marianna,
who has been spending several days
in Pensacola, left for her home this
morning. Mrs. Belser will ' be re
membered as Mrs. T. S. Mitchell, of
i INTERESTS FRIENDS IN BRIDE'S HOME
The following account of the Bryan
Duncan marriage, which is taken
from the Dayton (Ohio) Heraldwill
be read with much interest by the
friends of the bride who made her
home in Pensacola until a year ago:
On Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock,
the wedding of Miss Margaret Eliza
beth Bryan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Bryan, of Pensacola, Florida, to
Mr. John Joseph Duncan, of Dayton,
Ohio, was impressively solemnized at
the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. E.
N. Bryan, 614 West Fifth street, in
the presence of some seventy-five
The home was filled with a pro
fusion of white and pink chrysanthe
mums arranged in baskets. Southern
fmilax, with white and pink roses,
holIy and orange leaves, which caifte
from Florida, draped the windows,
cnanaeuer ana mantel. At one end
of the living-room an altar was ar
ranged of palms ; and baskets of
chrysanthemums tied with white tulle.
The soft light of many tapers fur
nished the only illumination during
A beautiful musical nroerram was
rendered by Misses Flora and Lillian
Graf, two of Dayton's most talented
musicians. As they played softly Lo
Shot to Death
Clarksville, Tex., Dec. 14. A. F.
Schrader, 36, owner of one of the
largest plantations on Red river was
shot to death mysteriously today.
Bloodhounds have been taken to the
PACIFIC LINE'S ENTERS
THE LONDON SERVICE
New York, Dec. 14. The Ameri
can steamer Siberia, one of the Pa
Atlantic Transport Company, arrived
m port today to enter the New York
and London trade. She is the first of
five steamers flying the American flag
that will enter the service from this
port. It is a curious coincidence that
the Siberia which was built at New
port News, left New York harbor
December 13, 1902, and returns after
an absence of thirteen years to the
whether you dance or not,
or even, whether or not you
There Will be Much Music
LOTS OF FUN
Nothing Ever Like It Before
FANCY DRESS BALL
If you are the wearer of
the most unique costume,
we will give you our favor
ite Ten Dollar Gold Piece.
Second Prize, Five Dollars.
Fancy Dress Ball
Thursday Night, Dec, 16th
at eight o'clock
Admission, 25 cents
for street and holiday wear, afternoon and dinner dresses, evening gowns and dancing frocks, very charm
ing effects. The afternoon and dinner dresses come in the new Spring shades, Buff, Grey and Rose. The
evening gowns and dancing frocks come in Blues, Whites, Pinks and Blacks, of Taffeta's and Georgette
Crepe, Belgian Blues, Black Net Lace over White Chiffon, Black Embroidered in Gold and Silver.
EJogj Loft 6? Sonatts
Especially reduced for holiday shoppers.
$20.00 and $22.50 values for .....$14.50
$30.00 values for .$19.75
$35X0 values for ... .$24.50
Don't Riliss Seeing
our cregant showing of Stylish Coats, Plushes, Ve
lours and Mixtures. Prices $5.00 to $30.00.
hengrin's Wedding March, the bride
and groom took their places before
the officiating clergyman. Eev. Mr.
Moser, pastor of the Trinity English
Lutheran church, who read the single
The bride wore a handsome suit of
midnight liue chiffon broadcloth,
trimmed with beaver fur, and a
blouse of flesh-colored crepe de chine.
Her hat was of black velvet and gold
lace, with a single spray of natural
paradise on either sids. She wore
blue shoes, the same shade as her
suit, and white gloves. Her flowers
were aorsage bouquet of white roses
and lilies of the valley, tied with a
butterfly bow of white tulle.
Following the ceremony, congratu
lations were showered upon the happy
couple and a dainty luncheon was
served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Dun
can left on an extended honeymoon
trip, including Cincinnati, Chicago
Among the out-of-town guests at
the wedding are: Mrs. W. H. Bryan,
mother of the bride, from Pensacola,
Fla.; Miss Harriett Davies, an aunt
of the bride, from Fremont, Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs. Barnes and family, of Xenia,
Ohio, and Mrs. Edgar Shroyer, of
By Snow Storm
Washington, Dec. 14. The storm,
which in the last twenty-four hours
brought to the North Atlantic Sea-!
board and the Great Lakes region
the first heavy snow of the season
was central off Sandy Hook, New
Jersey, moving northeastward to
night. , The. weather bureau forecasters
predTctedracre snow tomorrow in
New York, New England, Pennsyl
vania and New Jersey and warnings
were displayed to shimunsr. . Five
fell in Philadelphia.
The wind is blowing sixty-four miles
an hour in New York.
Give your little girl
one of our "Dainty"
Velvet Hats or Caps
Feather Neck Boas $1.98
Santa Claus Masks .25c
The beauty of get
ting a Victrola for
Christmas is that it not
only delights at Christ
mas time, but keeps
right on delighting
your family and friends.
It furnishes the best
dance music thav any
one can have all the
newest dances played by bands and orchestras
noted for their dance music.
Get a Victrola for CJiristmas and enjoy all this
splendid dance music right in your own home.
Come in and see and hear the J;fiercnt styles of the Victrola
($15 to $350) and the Victor ($10 to $100) and let me tell you
about our system cf easy terms.
We have an especially attractive assort
ment of articles from which you can select
your Christmas, gifts. "Vantine" has just
sent us some new ones.
Miss Herriman s
Costumes (New) For Rent
is in. ur
Are Very Useful
Our assortm ent comprehends all varie
o 005$ $35.00.
Vtctral XVI,Uctrlc. tse
21 S. Palafox Street
KODAKS, $2 to $60
Boy Dolls, dressed in
Get one before they
Wool Tea Jackets, beau
tiful shades, warm and
comfortable, each $2.50
Ideal Xmas gift.
"HE very best of everything in gifts.
Candies show tho standards of
You can't buy better camfiet prettier
packages, better assortments, anywhens
in the world than right here.
We have tried to cany this policy of
selecting the best throughout our business
Come in and Judge for yourself how
well we have succeeded
l Phone 921 or 922 '
"When You Think of Coal
Think of Cary."
Four Phone . S3, 119 and 134.
Why Rush Home
for your meals during theas busy
times. We serve a splendid
The Green Tea Rooms
202 Masonic Temple 204
"I Don't Feel Good"
That Is what a lot of people tell us
Usually their bowels only need cleansing-.
will do the trick and make you feel fine.
We know this positively. Take one to
night. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
The Crystal Pharmacy
22 South Palafox5
$5.50 Boys' Blue Serge
Suits for $3.49
119 South Palafox.
Pensacola Crockery Co.
Toys, Dolls, Cut Glass
China, . Enamel and Aluminum
21 East Garden. Phone 633.
The Parlor Market
-Home ef AN That' Pure"
Fresh Western Meats.
POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN
The Store Noted for
n7 P-i-fny Street.
this city. J
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