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THE PEN3ACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1917.
People m Eveet By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON SIBYL S. LEMPKE, AMistant. Phone 38 1 0 a. m. to 2 p. m. V 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.' THE GOAL a grim By Burton Braley We war against war with solidarity And fight that the world may be free, We've got to keep on for the sake of posterity Till hate's ugly forces shall flee, We hoped and we tried to have nothing to do with it But who can keep peace with the Hun? We're in the war now and we've got to go through with it But, Lord, we'll be glad when it's done. When peace shall be gained, we will mourn those who're lost to us (The flower and pride of our men) But sweet is the thought that what ever the cost to us We never need bear it again; Feace how the world will find savor and zest in it When it shall finally come How we will joy in it, laugh in it, rest in it When all the cannon are dumb. When peace shall be won oh the spell and the thrall of it That peace we've been hungering for; When life shall be free of the cloud over all of it The sullen dark shadow of war. How gratefully then will tTie eyes of humanity Turn to the sky and the sun, Now we must war against war's red insanity But, Lord, we'll be glad when it's done. MAJOR AND MRS. CRANK LEAVE FOR HOME. Major and Mrs. Paul Crank left last Sunday night for Fort Ogle thorpe where Major Crnk is sta tioned. During their visit in Fensa cola of about a week they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E- Y. Morgan at their home on East Jackson' street. Mrs. Crank is making her home at Chattanooga, at the present. TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL FEET MISS CAMPBELL RETURNS HOME. Miss Marian Campbell of Chipley, j Florida, has returned to her home after a visit of about a week as the j guest of Mrs. Monroe Campbell at I her home on North Ninth avenue. MEETING SUNBEAM SOCIETY. There will be a meeting of the Sun beam Society at the First Baptist church this afternoon at four o'clock, and all members are urged to attend. RETURN HOME AFTER TWO WEEKS VISIT. Miss Lillie Mathews of Mobile, Ala bama, has returned home after a visit of two weeks as the guest of Miss Amelia Schad at her heme on West Intendencia street MRS. BRYAN RETURNS TO DANVILLE. ? Ira i V ' v' ' - fif jv - x v - v 'I am glad that barefoot dan- Mrs. F- A. Bryan returned onjcinS eame into fashion," said the Wednesday night to her home in Dan ville, Georgia, after a pleasant visit of several weeks in Pensacola as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. V. R. Nobles at their home on East Blount street. GUEST OF MRS. C. M. SWEENEY- Mrs. C. M. Sweeney has as her guest at her home on East Jackson street her sister, Miss Marie Leonard of Mobile, Alabama, who will visit in rensacola for about two weeks- ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jack, of Mari anna, Florida, announce the birth of a daughter on August 18. Mrs. Jacki was formerly Miss Lizzie Keeling, of rensacola. man who sat next to me at the movies, where Marguerite Clark was being pictured as a barefoot girl in a fairy tale for children. Small feet are beautiful only on a small body, and the sight of "fat, fair and forty," hobbling along on French heels which accentuate a number three shoe is both pathetic and ludicrous. One's feet were made to stand on and are in reality rather small supports for one's body, conse quently they should be allowed great freedom- The pointed shoe making the foot very long and narrow is a cultivated and vitiated taste Very large feet may be. consid ered ugly but that is no reason why one should draw the inference that the smaller they can be made the more beautiful thev are. Feminine beauty is a matter of proportion. A foot, like a waist, small, quite as well as because it is too large. The beauty of a foot lies in its arched structure, in the shortening and equal direction of the toes, among which the great toe is remarkably long. The middle part of the foot should touch the ground. Be sure that your shoes are a proper fit and then you won't need to soak the fort often in hot water. Wash them as you do the rest of your body and then massage them at nieht with a little cold cream if they all "lsc walk on the balls of your feet and dance with your heels off the floor - Improve Your Skin WithCuticura It is easy, convenient and inexpensive. The last thing at night and the first in the morning, smear the face gently with the Ointment on end of the finger and bathe freely with Cuticura Soap and hot water, using plenty of Soap, best ap I plied with the hands which it softens. , J A clear skin, good hair and soft white hands usually follow daily use of Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. For sample each free address post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. 7G, Boston." Sold even-where. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. MRS. SCOTT RETURNS FROM FLORALA. Mrs. Hal Scott has returned home from Florala. Alahama ftr a tnrt! pleasant visit as the guest of her brother, Mr. D. McLeod, for a few days. AT HOME AFTER OPERATION. The many friends cf Mrs. Paul Boyden who recently underwent an operation at the Pensacola Hospital will be glad to learn that she has sufficiently recovered to return to her home at Warrington. HANDSOME APPOINTMENT. The following from the Montgom- NAVAL MEN ENTERTAIN FRIENDS WITH DANCE IN SAN CARLOS Members of Section 10 of the ; Isis, the Tlunnin sisters who are ap- aeronautic station and their immedi ate friends entertained last night with a dance in the San Carlos Ho tel, which proved one of the most enjoyable social affairs of the season Scores of the enlisted men, officers and friends in Tensacola were in vited to attend, and dancing was en joyed through the evening. Music was furnished by the Naval peanng at that theatre, entertained the assembled guests. Captain and Mrs. J- L. Jayne led the grand march, and a number of other officers werp present. In ad dition to the naval officers and their wives. Mr. and Mrs S. T McAdam, and Mr. and Mrs- Marco White act ed as chaperones. Other entertainments similar to the dance last night are b"ing FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP 'The Store for Women' WATCH WINDOWS POSS' New Dry Goods Store 31 South Paafox Street. MISSES McGUIRE RETURN HOME. Misses Evelyn and Frances McGuire of Mobile, A-rabama, have returned home after a pleasant visit of sev eral weeks as guests of the Misses Bel! at their home on East Gadsden street. band from the station, and throutrh i planned to make the stav of the men ery Journal will be of interest to the courtesy of Manager Jones of the i in Fensacola as pleasant as possible. many i ensacouans: Mrs. Paxton Hibben, who was Miss Cecile Craik, before her marriage, has received notice from the war college at Washington that she has been ap pointed inspector of the Red Cross in Europe. Mr. Hibben with the rank of captain has been ordered to France as "interpreter" in General Tershing's army. Mrs Hibben is the sister of Mrs. C. T. Tollard and Mrs. Nash Read. EE 32 MRS. TURTLE 1 VISITING IN VIRGINIA. Mrs J. E Tu-tle who has been at !811 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111., is I now in Wythville, Virginia. 3153 3SS&23SEES2&I TO OR RELIEVE INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA. TAKE A DYSPEPSIA TABLET BEFOPE AND AFTER EACH MEAL. 25c Box. The Crystal Pharmacy. Infants Mothers Thousands testify IHioiiick's The Original Malted Milk Upbuilds and sustains the body No Cooking or Milk required Used for of a Century Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price. ENTERTAINS WITH SPEND THE DAY PARTY. One of the many charming "spend the day" parties so much in vogue these days vas that given yesterday rt her home on Bayou Texar by Mrs F. F. Bingham and daughter. Dor othy, for a few intimate friends Three of the girls present. Miss 1 street .Myrtle hire, Sylvia Kahn and Dor othy Bingham will leave about Sep tember the tenth for Washington, P. C, to be the guests of friends for two weeks before entering nearby schools. The following guests en joyed the dainty luncheon: Miss Georgia L"Galleis, of New Orleans, Misses Mercedes and Consuelo Caf ferio, Miss Myrtle Rice. Miss Sylvia Kahn. Miss Marjorie Bingham. Miss Adalaide Garfield, Mrs- Lois K. DR. MONETTE AND NEPHEW MOTOR HOME. Dr. Jl- J. Monette of Birmingham, and little nephew,' Glenn Kersch of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, motored home a few days ago after a week's visit as guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Bald win at their home or. East Gadsden The Beaded Queen Maves and the hostesses M; Dor othy Bingham and Mr-ham- F. F. Binpr- A. D com- The Ready-to-Wear Store If It's New, You Will Firrd It Here 9 and 11 South PaLafox HALF PRICE SALE THE LA MODE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER GAR MENTS GOING AT HALF PRICE. SPRINKLE'S MARKET Fresh Home - Grown Meats, Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables PHONE 723 1 Parlor Market of AU That' Purm" Fresh Western Meats. POULTRY. EGOS AND GREEN GROCERIES. PHONES 173-1 WILL SPEND FURLOUGH IN BAGDAD. FLORIDA. The many friends of Capt. Tomasello, who vas recently missioned, following a course of in struction at the officers training, school. Fort McTherson, will be: pleased to learn that he will spend ! the greater part of his furlough with relatives and friends in Bagdad. Flor-i ida. Capt. Tomasello together with ' Mrs. Tomasello and their little son. j Billy, arrived from Atlanta Saturday! morning by way of Jacksonville, ! Florida, where they stopped over to see the captain's youngest brother1; who is a member of the sanitary de-; tachment of the First Florida Regi- ! ! ment and to visit Mrs. Tomasello's ', ; sister, Mrs. Black. Capt. Toniasello . j is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F ' j Tomasello. and bears the honor ar 1 distinction of having made the high-: J est average of any national guards-' I man. I ! SURPRISE MRS. KENNEDY i WITH HOUSE WARMING. SAVE 50 CENTS A Good FOUNTAIN SYRINGE De livered Anywtir rr 7ft Worth nit. The Central Fharmacy PHONES 177. 17 r v ff A It L - " vr I - ? $Y I BEAUTIFUL WEDDING OF MISS TUCKER AND CAPT- N ESTER. At high noon Thursday, August 23, in St. John's Church, the wedding of Miss Melville Jeannette Tucker and Captain Martin Nester, Engineer Of ficers' Reserve Corps, took place. As the wedding guests assembled soft music filled the church, under the direction of Mrs- Karle Klinge. Mios Myrtle Adams, of Pensacola, who possesses a beautiful soprano voice, sang "Word of Love Divine." followed by a contralto solo. "At Dawning," by Mrs. Frederic Staley of Birmingham, exquisitely accom panied by Miss Pearle Schwartz, who was organist for the occasion, As the notes of a violin solo by Miss Nadine Hunter died away and the magnificent tones of the Lohen grin wedding march filled the church, the bridesmaid. Miss Florence Lee Kraus, entered the church and ap proached the altar down the center aisle of the church, and was followed by the ushers, Messrs Jere Austill and Charlie PettwHlrr. Then came the maid of honor, Miss Edith Tucker, who preceeded the bride, who came on the arm of her youngest brother, Mr. Cyril Tucker. At the altar they were joined bv Cantain Nester am) his best man, Mr Harold Harrington, where the bride was given into his keeping by her father, Rev. Gardiner C. Tucker, who performed the cere mony, assisted i his son. Rev. Gar diner L- Tucker, of Houma, La. All during this most impressive and beautiful ceremony Miss Schwarz played Liebesstraum- After the ceremony the wedding party left the church to Mendelssohn's wedding march- 1 The bride, who is the second daugh ter of Rfv. and Mrs. Gardiner C. Tucker, is a talented girl of rare seventeen- She was lovely in her wed ding suit of a late fall model of navy serge with which she wore a flesh shaded georgette crepe blouse and be coming velvet hat, a Rowak model. Her bouquet of sunset roses and forget-me-nots lent a bridal tuch. Her maid of honcr, her youngest sister, Miss Edith Tucker, who is a strikingly handsome brunette, was lovely in a gown of white taffeta and georgette crepe, with a bit of flesh tulle. Sh carried an arm bouquet of Radiance roses. Immediately after the ceremony Captain and Mrs- Nester left for Washington- Captain Nester, who is on furlough until August 27, re ceived a telegram while at the train extending his furlough two weeks, which will allow him and his charm ing bride time for a wedding trip Captain Nester, who is from Mich igan, but whom Mobilians claim, as he has been located here in the ser vice of the engineering office of the United States army since his grad uation from Ann Arbor. The young couple were showered with handsome wedding gifts, with hanT-?me gifts. Mohile Register- REV. MRS. ROBINSON TO SPEAK AT FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. Rev. Harriet Baker Robinson will preach at First Universal ist church on East Chase street on Sunday at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. The morning subject will be "And Who Are My Neighbors," and the evening subject will be "The Terrors of Restoration." Rev. Mrs. Robinson is state super intendent of the Universalist churches in Florida and a very able speaker. The public is most cordially invited to attend these services. GUEST OF MR. J. E. DUNN. Mrs Sarah E. Dunn of Waycross. Georgia, has arrived to be the guest j of her son Mr. J. Ernest Punn at his home at lh West Belmont street. MISS PHILLIPS RETURNS TO MACON. Miss Ruth rhillips of Macon. Geor gia, who ha? been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James F. rhillips at their home on East Jackson street for the past several weeks has returned home aft er' a most pleasant stay- MISS De.I ARNETTE TO RETURN HOME AFTER DELIGHTI I L ; VISIT. J Miss Elizabeth DeJarnette of Montgomery, Alabama, who has been ! visiting in Fensacola for the past few j weeks as the guest of Miss Ermn j Pou at her home on the Big Bayou j will leave for her home on Monda.; ; after spending a most delightful tim.' and having been shown many cour tesies during her visit. GUESTS OF MRS. SHEPPARD AND MISS COOK. Miss Estclle Mcl.ellan of Green ville. Alabama, Mrs. C E. Cole and daughter, Mrs. Schley Gnrdy and son, Schley Gordy, Jr. of Columbus, Georgia, are guests of Mrs- Dan jr VfY HF If, l&sSufclKSha' i i FFEE Maxwell Hoi!S.2 sets the standard for good coffee it is recomized as the utmost in coffee quality, no matter what the price. The surpassing flavor of Maxwell House is the result of the perfect blending of the finest selected cof fees. This coffee us nil coifee ab solutely pure und unadulterated. iv'o premiums, bat full vaiue corfee. 4 The test grocers sell arvl recommend MjlwcJI House, liecaus? ti.ey know the best pe.-p!e profei it. It comes to you in realed tsr. whole, grounrf (steel cut) cr pulvcrucd. Ntver touchcJ by hand. Enjoy Maxwell House Tea, Too Cheek-Neal Coffee Company Nubvillo liouttoo JacksoDTille RicbtuotuI t v ft Sheppard and Miss Lizzie Cook for a while- WEST HILL GIRLS' SEWING CH I?. The West Hill Girls' Sewing Club gave a picnic last Wednesday. Au gust 22nd at Kupf rains park. Games wore played and a delightful lunch v served. Those present were: Misses Ethel Chestnut, Etta Clipper, Annie Lee Davis. I.orena Chestnut, Elma Chest nut, Myrtle Cravey, Cora Clipper and Messrs Glenn Chestnut, Russ 1 Clipper. They were chaperoned bv Mrs. O Chestnut and Mrs. W. H Clipper- All returned at a lat hour alter having spnt a delightful ti:n; MRS. LONG TO LEAVE. FOR DAVENPORT, IOWA. Mrs. J ('. Long will leave today at noon for Davenport, Iowa, when- she will attend the graduation exercises o!" Dr. Palmer's chiropractic school of which her sister, Mi.-s Alberta Johns is a graduate. After the graduation, Mrs Long will continue her trip through points in Missouri and Tennessee and she will remain absent for two months- they wiUl spend several weks as th guer-ts of friend- relatives. ANNOI'NCE HIRTH OF SON. Mr- and Clyde 1. Uukor an nounce the birth of a sen o:i August 24th. who will bear the name of CIvthi L. Jr PERSONAL MENTION. WILL LEAVE FOR KNOXVTLLE, TENNESSEE- Mrs. R. C White and daughter, Miss Dairy Relle will leave today at noon for Knoxville, Tenn ssee, where Mr Clarence White of Rrnsncol.i, was in Chipley n f'ow das la--i.Av.-ok-Miss Eff'V Snnth of I'.Misacoln. ii visiting with frit-nds in Chipley this week Mr. Rryan Mack, Dr. Phil lips and Mr Scott Loft in of Pt nsa c la, members of tV- district exe-np-t.on board, wore in ('h plcy !a.-t Mon day. Miss Marion Campbell of Chip ley is spending several days in l'on saeohi, vi-itinc with relatives. Mr. P. L. Welch of Pensacola, with tha Standard Oil Company, wis a bus iness viito- in Chipley Monday. -Chiph'y Panncr- Miss Mary Wliit has home from a three weeks' in Nashville, Tenne.-see. returned sit spent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milr.er h- as their gu'-sts at their hoi; e on V. Strong street for few davs, Mr. a Mrs- I.eroy Milner of Ilinni?i"-':-.a Alabama. Additional Soih-tv on Fiu-f ? Maternity and "Mother's Friend" have long been thought of together. "Mother's Friend" Is & eaf external preparation for expectant mothers. By its regular use the. fine network of nerve Just beneath the skin are soothed and stretching pains aro avoided. The abdominal muscles relax easily when baby arrives and the form Is preserved. "Mother'a Friend" makes It possible for Hh mother to be hrtielf an 1 to aid nature. By bo doing paiii is avoid? ! nt tii erlsi?. o not noglect to kiv na ture a helpintc hand. Ak for a. bottle of "Mothers Friend" at juur dniKi.st's to day and write for valuable book, Moth erhood and the Baby". It is tri-t aj. dress The Bradfleld Regulator Co.. Iejt. V. 2TS Lamar Bulldiug, Atlanta. Ga. Cafe San Carlos Hotel San Carlos Pensacola A restaurant that possesses the quiet and restful atmosphere of a hh'h grade metro politan hotel restaurant. Service a'la carte from dx morning to eight thirty evenings at before t lie war prices. A table d'hote lunch'. on daily at the noon hours, sixty cents. The Oasi.s of West Florida. A weli or dered, modern, lire-proof hotel of ;ic-(u!i:r excellence On the European plan, rooms with bath privileges from a dollar and a half, special rates by the week. The hotel is operated under the personal supervision of Charles 13. Hervey. The only real seashore resort on th Gulf Coast. Railroads make special ten da' limit tickets aid cheap week-end rate f:-cri all points in lloridi, Alabama and Mifbi.;-sinpi. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phone 109 "A SOOD DRUG STORE" 1 J A number of intimate friends in- - eluding about fifteen ladies pleasant- ; ly surprised .Ylrs. k- Mallory Ken ; n?dy last night when they gave her j a house warming at her new home at ; 214 North Baylen street- Each per- son carried refreshments with thm ! with original verses to each wack 1 age- MR. LEWIS AND SON RETURN TO VALDOSTA. Mr. J. F. Lewis and son, J. F. l ewis. Jr , returned to their home . silk floss are combined with side in Valdosta, Georgia, on Wednesday draperies as the most effective fea- nighr. after a few cays visit m Pen- j tures of the new evening frocks. Es sacola as the cuest of Mr. and Mrs. : pecially on a b!a-k silk, satin or vel C. W. Lamar at their home on North i vet -loth. the bead adornments are Baylen street. striking, and compel notice. New York, Auer. 24 Straight nan- els of sequins, bead embroidery and Saturday Specials Phone 1889 Saturday Specials Krinkle's Corn Flakes, pkg. 10c Gold Band Soap, cake 5c Arm & Hammer Soap, cake. .5c French Opera Coffee, Z t lb. bucket 90c French Market Coffee, 3'i lb. bucket 95c Maxwell House Coffee, 3 lb can 95c Red Beans, 1 lb. can 10c Hirsch Sweet Picklette, 35c jar 30c Hirsch Salad Dressing, 25c jar 20c Dried Peaches, 2 lhs 25c Boneless Herring, 2 jars.... 25c Assorted Soups, can 10c American Cheese, lb 30c Golden Rio Coffee, lb 20c Domino Sugar, 5 lb. bag. .50c Domino Sugar, 10 lb. bag. $1.00 Domino Confectioners Sugar, pkg 15c Instant Postum, can 30c Dove Brand Mustard, 3 jars. 25c Schley Coffee, per can 25c Table" Salt. 4 pkgs 15c Brookdale Peaches, can . . . .20c Onions, 5 lbs- 20c -Irish Potatoes, k ,'0c Rutabagas, lb. . 3c Crackers and Cake, pkg 5c Armour's Cream, tail can, 2 for 25c Armour's Cream, small can, dozen 80c Swifts Fremium Ham. lb 27c Oleomargerine. lb... 25c and 30c Rumford Baking Powder, 1 3b. can 25c Calumet Baking Powder, 1 lb. can 20c Obelisk Flour, 21 l'c. sack, .S1.70 Obelisk Flour, 12 !'.) sack... SI- EXTRA SPECIAL! With every order of assorted Groceries amounting to $3.00 or more, we will give 13 pounds of Sugar for $1.00, or 6 akes of Octagon Soap for 25c. FAST AUTO DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.