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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1916.
4j People Events By Cclia My rover Robinson. O CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAIN I O Captain! my captain! our fearful trip is done, The ship has weathered every rack, tho prise we sought is won, The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting, While follow eyes, the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring; But O heart I heart! heart! O the bleeding drops of red, Where on the deck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead. O Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells; Rise up for you the flag 13 flung for you the bugle trills, For you bouquets and ribboned wreaths for you the shores a-crowding, For you they call, the swaying mass, their eager faces turning, ' Here captain, dear father! This arm beneath your head! It is some dream that on the deck You've fallen cold and dead. My captain does not answer, his lips are pal$ and still, My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will, The ship is anchored safe and sound, its voyage closed and done, From fearful trip the victor ship; comes in with object won; Exult shores and ring O bells! But I, with mournful tread, Walk the deck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead. - Walt Whitman. HEART PARTY FOR MISS MERRITT AND MISS BLOUNT. All the charm that good St. Valen tine lends to any affair given in his honor was evidenced yesterday in the Heart party with which Mrs. Henry L. Covington entertained for Miss Em Turner Merritt and Miss Carrie Blount, two of the lovely debutantes ' of last season, whose social triumphs were not confined to the debut win ter. Typical of the day, the home charming in all its appointments, was gay with Valentines and crimson hearts, with potted ferns and other " growing plants used as a basis of greenery for the profusion of spring flowers which were used to beautify the rooms. The score cards were heart-shaped Valentines, and the two-course luncheon carried out the Valentine idea in the heart-shaped ices ! and other details of the menuv The table was most attractive in its decora tions, heart-shaped bonbon dishes with tiny Cupids emphasizing the jretty decorative note. ' High score was made by Miss Eliza beth Fisher, the trophy for 'which was a pair of silk hose, and the con solation, a powder pouf, went to Mrs. "Robert Denham of Montgomery. Each of the honor guests received a dainty - piece of lingerie. Mrs. Covington's guest list "in cluded, besides the honorees, Miss Kitten Merritt, Miss Evelyn Maxwell, Miss Patsy ' Smith, Miss Marguerite Blakely, Mrs. E. O. McDonnell, Miss Elizabeth Fisher, Miss Itallie Fisher, Mrs. J. R. Morrison, Miss Mollie Blount, Miss Car-ie Blount, Miss Elizabeth Moreno, Miss Claire Blount, . Miss .Frances Brent, Miss Pearl Sheppard, Miriam Blount, Mrs. Al bert Avery, Mrs. Terrell Covington, To, Peel Off Blotchy, Rough or Chapped Skin To remove roughness, chaps, freckles, blotches, or any complexion difficulty, the beet thins to do Is to remove the skin Itself. This Is easily, painlessly and In expensively done by the application of ordinary mercolized wax, procurable at any drug-store in the original one-ounce package. The wax absorbs tha defective outer akin, a little each day, gradually bringing the second layer of skin to the , surface. The pores are unclogged and the face breathes in the life-giving oxygen. t The new akln is beautifully soft and spotless, bearing the healthy glow of youth. Just apply the wax as you would cold cream, only not rubbing it in. In the morning wash It off with warm water. It's th most effective complex ion treatment known. To remove wrinkles It is a good plan to bathe the face once a day for awhile in a harmless solution made by dis solving an lunce of powdered saxollte in a half pint of witch hazel. There la nothing that will so surely erase the hateful lines. Adv. a. 7 ;.ni rur laoa at- 1720 Phonca 1721 t (cJSausagk M3 From t a. rm. to 3 p. m. Phone 798 From 9 p. m. to p. m. Phone 38 Mrs. R. H. Turner, Miss Genie Carter, airs. Li. w. Lamar, Mrs. C. M. Cov ington. LATE CARS TO RUN FOB BLACK AND WHITE BALL. There will be a car leaving the San Carlos hotel tonight at 12:10 for the benefit of those attending the Black and White Ball. Those who have not yet secured their tickets of admission are asked to get them to day from Miss Lizzie McGaughey, at the Crystal Pharmacy. The first three dances of the ball, which is a leap year affair, will be en masque. MRS. MALONE HOSTESS ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON. The following invitations have been issued : Mrs. Edgar Robert Malone, at home, Friday afternoon, February eighteenth, from four to six. o'clock, Mrs, Virginia M. Gardner, Mrs. John Wallace Malone. - BIEETING PARENTS-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOOL 27. The Parents-Teachers' Association of Sehool No. 27 will hold an impor tant busines meeting on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, and it is hoped that all members will attend. MRS. PERRY IN LAKELAND. Mrs. Herbert J. Drane entertained informally yesterday afternoon at her lovely home, "Hillcrest," in hon of of Mrs. Joseph Perry, of Pensa- cola, who is the house guest of Mrs. E. II. Bonacker, says the Lakeland Telegram. ' As the guests arrived, they were srrved with delicious fruit punch and invited into the reception room where the afternoon was most pleasantly spent in delightful reminiscenses and social chatting, Mrs. Perry having formerly resided In Lakeland in. the town's early days. Mrs. Drane was requested to sing by 'the guests and graciously assented, giving a vo'cal selection with her usual sweetness and grace, and was so appreciated encored that she was forced to. re spond with another selection or two Refreshments of tea and cakes were then most daintily served, af ter which the guests maae their de parture, assuring their hostess that the afternoon had been spent most pleasantly. Those who attended were Mrs. Joseph Perry, Mrs. A. H. Darracott, Mrs. N. A. Riggins, Mrs. Boswell, Mrs. Guy Wilson, Mrs. W. B. Waggoner, Mrs. John Darracott, Mrs. Fannie Riggins, Mrs. Duggan, Mrs. J. F. Sloan, Misses Leila Gal lowy and Gertrude DeRieux. MEETING HOME AND SCHOOL LEAGUE NO. 41. The Home and School League of Number 41 will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 8 o'clock. JOHNSON-WATSON WEDDING THIS MORNING IN MOBILE. There is the most cordial interest in Pensacola society in the "nupitals of Mr. Thomas Johnson and Miss Genevieve Watson of Mobile, which will be celebrated this morning at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Con ception. Miss Watson, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wat son of Mobile, will have as her maid-of-honor, Miss Vera Green of Pensa cola. Miss Julia Johnson, a sister of the groom, and Miss Hazel Maloy of New Mexico, a former clasmate of Miss Watson at Notre Dame, will be bridesmaids. Mr. Emanuel Johnson will be his brother's best man. Judge Kirk Monroe and Mr. Gereld Quina will be groomsmen, and Messrs. John Christie, Ed O. Swaine, Carl Hoff man and Arthur Johnson will act as ushers. Others going . over for the wedding were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mrs. Joe Quina, Miss Etta Swaine, Mr. Wil lie Johnson, fMr. Gregory Quina and Miss Claire Quina. ' NOTES FROM THE BROWNING CLUB. Resume of "Peerf GynV 1. The theme of the book is self realization. The author develops the theme by contrasting the opposing standards of two races the hill-trolls and mankind in general. The motto of the latter is: "Man, be thyself." The motto of the latter Is: "Troll, to thyself be enough." The moving principle of the trolls results in egoism excessive love of self and one's interests. "To be yourself" means to develop yourself; to realize your capabilities, physically, mentally, morally and spiritually. The author shows that this cannot be accomplished if the social instinct is thwarted or undeveloped, that you Colds Relieved Without Dosing it you hava tried "Internal" modicines without success, we want yon to try tha "External" treatment Tick's "Vap-O-Rub" Salve. Apply hot wet towel ot the throat and cheei to open the pores, then rub Vick's ia well and cover with a warm flannel cloth. The body warmth releases healing vapors that are inhaled with each breath, and, in addition. Vick'a ia absorbed through the pores. 25e, 50c, or 11.00. t". MILADFS DRAWN BY EVA . fMmm trtmy mmmt la Mrt at aom partirularly smart effect; it has aeen hr povt pfttDy When she lM tailed to reach perfaetiocv; it, perhapa. has sees, her ta tMtrsJ Who knows What the discreet ttoMn w4tnra Its depths. This pertlealr tulwar has oaaght within its shlmmeetBgr soetsjee C3k psfleetton sf a handsome hrvnetae tbst I saw at a fasbioxtatxl ,etoh ISm Is m tody lag the effect of ooe of those mxart rllboa hews that sJe lrwilrtsjr suoh a hit nowadays. Only a 'roll length mirror eouM do my bnmette and her meMiiis tt&X JsastSoe and this, alaa, is Jvst a tiny hand mirror. Anyway, she wore a Stxroning afteraoea dress of maetard ktootj broadcloth trimmed with beaattfoj dark a-reen sable. The eoSar was fiat and edged with a stag) safc4e skin e heppr reQef from the com ehm collars so often trtan Her hat 1 woU. X mast start a new pasaa-raph to deserfhe her bat. 2t was one ef those new straws aad It was of the same nrostard staade to bland with the brpadeloth. The large how ea the top ef the crown was ef seal brewn zihbeau The brm was narrow la froat. hot flared eat and up at the back. 80 far as style Is eooeerned almost ear one ee3d waar thto has, baa the nmetard shade Is rather trying te mamy. A complexion as clear aad dettcate as Ibm china ewnMed this little ldy te wear It meet Vacoramctjr. can only achieve complete self-reali zation through service to others. Altruism regardfulness of others, is the antithesis of egoism, and the basis of man's spiritual development The theme is ilium-mated by three contrasting characters: Peer, who was egoistic. The man from Gud- brandsdale, who was altruistic in his own home, but who did not recognize the claims of the state. Solvelg, who was altruistic . The character of Peer, His Aim. He started out in the world with the determination to find the thing that was essentially his. He called it hi3 kaiserdom? this name would Include his niche in the world, his happiness, and his complete development into a whole, true man, or his self-realization. , . His method. He sought to attain his Tcaiserdom by the following course of action: (a) By escaping from or evading or forgetting sorrow, 110, 113, 115 (96, 93.) (b) By hedging; if he did not gain, to lose as little as possible. 110. (c) By always keping a retreat open, never giving nimseu witnout reservation. 184. (d) By regarding only himself and his. 126. (e) By not sharing his life with others. 126. . (f) Perhaps all these characteris tics might be grouped as an attitude. His attitude toward life was a nega tive one; one of drifting, letting chance decide. This would be in con trast to a positive attitude; one of eager, passionate, enthusiastic, whole hearted strife, involving all the pow ers of the individual. His Achievement. He made a for tune by methods in accord with busi ness ethics, otherwise profit. 3. The appraiseiuent of his life, (a) By the spirit of conservation Peer learns that since his character has lacked vigor and earnestness, his soul must go to the spoilt goods heap and be merged In the mass as raw ma terial 245-247. He objects to the loss of personality. His spirit asks why since he had never been himself. Peer asks: What is it, this "being one's self?" The spirit answers: To slay one's self. 260. CVvhosoever will lose his life will preserve it. Liiike 17, 33.) (b) By the spirit of negation. Peer learns that he is spiritless rub bish and that he has submerged him- Eelf out. 271. (c) By the Dover King. Peer learns that he has lived a consistent troll life. 255 (147). (d) By Peer himself. His soul is unspeakable poor, and hence it must gn back to nothingness. 273. He has long been spiritually dead. 274. 4. Development. He reapzes Ids loneliness. 206, 273. Gives up hedging, 276 (150). MIRROR SHEPHESD. flVnwm R ba Sten MTlal-t Stops stifling his social instinct, 276. Asks wheere he as a true man had been. 278 (152), Be comes earnest and finds his kaiserdom. 238, (141). 5. Clasifkation of the play. It may be classed with the books which stand for the spiritual enlight ment, and the enlargement of human interests and sympathies. 6. Ethical values: To Norway, 134. To Sweden, 194. On prayer, 146 (122.) To slaveholders, 133 (110.) On business principles, 131 (110.) INDIGESTION AND STOMACH MISERY JUST VANISHES THE MOMENT TAPE'S' DIAPEP SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. INSTANTLY STOPS ANY, SOUR NESS, GASES, HEARTBURN, ACIDITY, DYSPEPSIA. "Really does" put bad stomach in order "really does" overcome indi gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five . minutes that just that makes Pape's Diapepsin the largest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat fer ments into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; ypur insides filled with bile and indi-, gestible waste, remember the" moment "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing al most marvelous, and the joy is, its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin will- give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It's worth its weight in- gold to men and women who can't get their stomachs regulated. It belongs in your home should always be kept handy in case of a sick, sour "upset stomach during the day or night. It's the quickest, surest and most harm less stomach regulator in the world. Pape's Diapepsin instantly neutral izes the acids in the stomach, stops food fermentation or souring, absorbs gases and starts the digestion. The relief is quick, sure, wonderful stomach have a pleasant -Adv. surprise awaiting them.- FERRY PASS ITEMS. Ferry Pass, Feb. 14- Ferry Pass is enjoying the cold Bnap the same as other folks. Farmers are getting ready to plant their crops. Several in this neighborhood have clubbed together and sent for a car load of phosophate and the Indica tions now are there will be" more farming done this year than hereto fore. The Progressives held a very in teresting meeting last Friday night. It being literary night, the poem by Coleridge, "The Ancient aiariner," had been selected by the committee for study. First, the song, "The Three Fishers," was beautifully sung by Miss Dorsey, accompanied by Mrs. Bessey. Then followed a sketch of the life by Coleridge, most excellently rendered by Mrs, Downing. After that came a description of the poem by Miss Dorsey, followed by the read ing of the poem by members selected, each reading three verses. Mrs. Morris sang a beautiful song of the Bea. There were but two questions in the box, viz: "What are the duties of a sheriff, and l;ow large is his ter ritory?" answered by Mr. John Gates, and "What are the duties of a county commissioner," answered by Mr. Pierce. The subject for our next meeting was not announced, but is to be a par ticularly interesting one and a full at tendance is desired. CALLED TO NEW ORLEANS BY DAUGHTER'S ILLNESS. Mrs. George E. Smith was called to New Orleans Sunflay by the ill ness of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Ar nold, who was Miss Lillian Smith. Mrs. Arnold is quite ill at the Touro infirmary, having undergone an op eration for appendicitis. 'Ill fff 1 km- i'W fe lisl lli WWW rOJ tV'Ji 0o ' -; vvJjMiM : in immmmmm II: Food that is shortened with or fried in Cottolene i3 tempting in appearance and has a delicious whole someness that is always appreciated. Cottolene is superior for shortening biscuits, pie crusts and pastries and for frying doughnuts, fish, chicken, vegetables, etc No special instructions are required for its use. Ask your grocer to deliver regular supplies of Cottolene. It is packed in pails of convenient sizes. EElSEFA! R B AN KSSEEd Wateo n9 Par I hey re en iieal 0 From the Land of Hiawatha, All This Week! Wonderful Hiawatha Indian Village Without doubt the most remarkable exhibition o Its kind ever placed before the American public, in a true to life Indian Village, In all Its realistic and pleturesquenesa, this band of OJIbway Indians of the tribe made Immortal by the poet, Longfellow, In his beautiful story of Hiawatha. Exhibition is Free to Everybody. Bring the Children. This Is the first appearance In Florida, and will be here one week only, In our Ready-to. Wear Department. Everythlna was moved to make room for this village, this wonderful sight. interesting iri.ii.res dally, and skilled Indian In America In the wams, canOSS, paoaies ana camp urcj, ana estn one ui me uina in the native buckskins and bead attire. By all meane come to our store soon and see them. INDIAN GOODS AT LOW PRICES. Genuine Hand-Made Indian Baskets, Bows, Ar- rows, War Clubs, Canoes and Many Other j Articles. Don't miss this, come today Daily Program 10:00 a. m. War Dance 10:30 a. m. Christen ing 11 :00 a. m. Lecture 11;30 a. m. War Dance 12 :00 m. Christening 12:30 p. m. Lecture Watson, ParEierCSeese Co. ENTERTAINED WITO PRETTY CHILDREN'S PARTY. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins entertained on Saturday afternoon for her little daughter, Mary, in honor of her sixth birthday. The little ones played out door games on the lawn, after which they marched to the diningroom where the beautifully decorated ta ble, with a centerpiece of crochet over pm, held a birthday cake which was gay with six pink candles. Tiny val entines were used as place cards and delicious refreshments of charlotte russe, cakes, fruits and bonbons were served, after which the little hostess selected five of her best friends to as sist, her in blowing out the candles. These little friends were Emily Wil kins, Helen Meredith Hamn, Alma Brewton, Sadie Home, Oerting Brown. The little lady received many pretty gifts, a parcel post package from her grandmother in Kentucky arousing much interest among the small boys and girls, who enjoyed the opening of the box and the sight of the pretty contents. - eaaaasssBSHssaaas PHILATnEA CLASS WITn MISS GRAY. The Philathea clas of the First Bap tist church will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Miss Lucile Gray, 20 East Brainard street. THE CAXTONS HOLD PLEASANT MEETING. As the guests of Mrs. C. S. Bon acker, the Caxtons held a very pleas ant meeting yesterday afternoon. "The Rise of Silas Lapham," by Wil liam Dean Howells, being discussed, with Miss Burrow leading, assisted by Miss Lillie Williams, Sliss Margaret Owsley, Mrs. Malcolm White and Mrs. James Van Ausdale. Miss Lucile Boyer will be hostess at the next meeting of the club. (Other Society on Page Six. lllii!!!! Mil. rrrt Mil Iiee4 & Eleese o Here! jibways 11 Some of the Features CHIEF SHOMAN, the famous war rior chief, now over 97 years old, but atlll filled with the fire of the youth ful brave; two cute little papoosee, who will afford great delight to the children; Nawans Douglas, Indian fllrl graduate of Carlisle, who e'vea most noted Indian brave, who Is the moat i art of burning leather. Real wig 2 .-00 p. m. War Dance 2 :30 p. m. Christen ing 3 :00 p. m. Lecture 3 :30 p. m. War Dance ing 4:30 p.m. Lecture 5 :00 p. m. War Dance .2 g Quickest, Surest Cough j a Remedy is Home- U Made Easily rrrpared ta a Iw Ilia. Stra. Cheap bat tin, !rd Pome people are cortfUttlr ar.tTf 1 from one rear's enl U the othe persistent bronchul coush, al: -h is r a n;t a 4.r unnecessary, jiere is a home tnad remedy tUt eelu right at tU causa an I ml J u wom! r a hat tfcatno of it. (et SVb ounrrs 1'jner jM ccnn with) oJar01drlis:!!"it' r"r mo I ft IpUU anl tlia botila wu'ti plaia Kranuial.vl' su2ar Pvruf. Mart taking u at t t: v. OraJuallr but surely you uiU rx.tica th rlUfsrrn thin out hid ilea diarTfsr al together, thus cnj.tiir a couh that v-j rever thought would rn.l. It a!e I il(H H I tho dry, hoars or tight cv:i;b an t ! , the 111 lamination in a paicful couh u , 1 remarkable rapidity. Ordinary e: ;,s nra conquered ly it in 2 4 hours or h i. JotInnir better for tronehitu, winttr coujha and bronrhinl asthma. liiia rirtcx and buar by run mixture makes a full pint enough t at a lamily a lor.jr time at a cut of only M centa. hwri perfectly and tFte pleaa- tTh. J-a8llV Prepare-i. lull directions With Tinei. T'inex is a TeHal and ,rr concert irated eoninound of trenuinfl Norway rina fE:Itct,tIK'h in. Picol, and it Jimou toe world over for its eae. ccrUirity and chest and throat colds. tor 24 ounces I'inx," and do not -r anything; el-, a guarantee of ahaoluta Batialaetion. or money promptly refunded Ei'ruWayne QraUo11 TU llrf Adv. I V " If r ii A Gold Medal Only one of the many pretty exclusive styles now in rhip ments recently received. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT THE HKBy-IO-liM SE'c We keep a full line of Sattn ai Cambric Half Mask. f.TRS. KORDSTROM'S f.IELUXERY 11 and 13 East Intendencia St. INSTRUCTIONS In Dressmaking and Dreasmaklng done by the . t. TAYLOR 6YSTEM. MRS. E. B. GOODRICH, 367-369 Brent Building. Hand Painted China For the Wedding, Birthday, and Anniversary, decorated by Mias Janet Harris. For sale at Reynald's Mualo House. See display In window. Valentine Party by the Qui Vive Circle of the First Methodist Churcli TONIGHT 8 o'clock In Dining Room of the Church Admission Silver Offering ' t ! T X M KX. H I MA