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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1917.
THIS GIRL WON A PK1ZK OF FIVE DOLLAKL IN NATION-WIDE CONTEST FOR CANNING People ss.Eyeinit By CELI JVlYROVERROBINsdf Phone 38 ( 1 9 m-Q 2 P. m. . 4 p. m. to 8 p. m. r KIMdle Aged ----- JUCK HOME Back home, afar from all the roar and rush Of city life, the spreading chestnut trees Make grateful shadows, and a gentle hush Broods over all; there is the hum of bees, ' : The sighing of the leaves in summer's breeze As white clouds sweep across the sky's blue dome, ' And all its peace and calm and drowsy ease Back hame. Back home the kindly village folk of old Unhurried live their lives in calm content, Theirs is no fight for glory or for gold; A little earned, a little wisely spent Eu..ces for their needs, close to the fold Of home they stay, nor ever wish to roam, Life is a simple story gently told Back hame. Back home are alj the dear old child hood things, The swimming hole where once 1 used to play, The village green, round which re membrance clings, The country store which scarce has changed today; The thought of these is like a -fragrant breath From old-time gardens in the quiet gloam: Go back ? Not me ! For I'd be bored to death Back hame. Berton Braley. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY. It was Vn Dyke who said: ''Not thine, nor mine; to question or ; reply, ; When He commands us, asking how?' or why?' He knows the cause. His ways are wise and just; Who serves the King must serve with perfect trust' Could we but know, Ah! could we but know The hearts that we have made to ache with pain. By little thoughtless deeds, we would refrain From doing them again and we would KO With tear-wet eyes and beg them to for give. Ah! yes, our hearts would ever warmer grow Towards all mankind as long as we should live. Could we know. Anonymous. MISS HARRISON GUEST OF DR. AND MRS. BENN. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Benn have as a guest for a month at their lovely J . home, 1817 North Twelfth avenue, Miss Meriam Harrison of Saginaw, Michigan Bg3 Ull Mi. I I IIMHf II l5883 eg Home Made Cake and Salad Sale Thia Afternoon at MARSTON & QUINA By Ladies of Knox Church. The BROZTELL Eaet 27th Street at 5th Ave MEW YORK The Homelike HOTEL where every room has a bath and shower 115055 JjL upwards Convenient to Everything WILLIAM J. QUINN, J. BALKCOH DRUQ CO. Th Prescription Store.' Phone 19 or 123, Chicken a la King 25c and 50c PER CAN "food's tore i-f fjjn The Puire" a FORTYVTWO CLUB MEET WITH MRS. MAYES. Yesterday the "Forty-two" Club met at the home of Mrs. Mayes, and after several games, the members twenty in number, were invited into the dining room to partake of a war time supper. The decorations used were gome of the beautiful Food Conservation posters, to be used the week of October twenty-eigth to No vember fourth. The menu consisted of chicken salad, olives, oatmeal and raisin maccaroons.and hot tea. A gener al discussion of food and food val ues took place and when the hostess asked for volunteers to assist in the work of the getting pledge cards signed, a very ready response was given, many expressing a wililingness to "do their bit,'' and assist in any way possible, A pleasing feature of the after noon was a rousing patriotic song, ''Stand by Uncle Sam, Boys, as He has Stood by You," sung by the president of the cjub, Mrs. A. R. Mc Allister, AN INTERNATIONAL YEDDING TAKES PLACE. Fairfield, Conn., Oct. 1. An inter national romance reaches its culmi nation in the marriage here today of Miss Edith Whiting Hiker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Riker. and Lieut. Bertram W. Ainsworth of the British Army. Lieut. Alnesworth came to this country several months ago as a member of the British Com mission. The wedding takes place at rJy-the-Way, the country place of the bride's parents. A GOOD SUNDAY DINNER FOR THE SOLDIER BOY. The ladies of alt the local churche3 of Pensacola have banded themselves togather as a committee, and every soldier that attends services at any of the churches will be invited by some lady to go home to dinner with them, two or more to each home. DANCE TONIGirr AT KEYSER AUDITORIUM I Arrangemeits have been complet ed for the dance to be given tonight in Keyser auditorium for the men of the army and navy, by the enter tainment committee of the war recre ational board. Each week, the dances have increas ed in popularity, due in a large meas ure to the untiring efforts of the women's central committee in mak ing the entertaniment enjoyable. The new rules which were inaugudated lats week proved so popular that they will continue to apply. Under the new regulations, spectators are re quested to sit in the Balcony so as to avoid crowding the dance floor, and no girl under sixteen years of age will be permitted to dance. The patrons and patronesses for next Saturday night's dance are as follows: Capt. and Mrs. J. L. Jayne, ! Col. and Mrs. W. Ci Davis, Judge and I Mrs. O. J. Semmes, Jr., Mr. and Ms. well, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Brown, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright, Mrs. W. B. Wright, Jr., Mrs. Lois K. Mayes, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lamar, Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Bear, Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Covington. The Barrancas orchestra will fur nish music for this week's dance. MR. STEELE CRITICALLY ILL. r Mr. W. S. Steele of Auburn, Ala., is critically ill at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Bettie Bell, 424 West j warden street. Mrs. Steele, his wifei arrived last night to be with him. SOUTHERN STYLE GUMBO SUPPER. The ladies of St. Michael's church will serve a home-made, southern style, gumbo 6upper tonight at 123 South Palafox street.- From noon until four o'clock they will serve a regular lunch and from four on the gumbo supper, they will also have delicious home-made candies. PROF. W. S. CAWTHON VISITS PENSACOLA Prof. W. S. Cawthon, state high school inspector, spent yesterday in the city on o..cial business and while heri was greeted by many of his friends made when he was prin cipal of the High School here. He accompanied Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction A. S. Edwards on a short visit to the high schools in the county. ALL G. S. & F. RAILWAY OFFICERS REELECTED Macon, Oct. 18 All present of ficers of the Georgia Southern and Florida railway were re-elected at the annual meeting here, and a divi dend of two dollars and fifty cents a share on first and second preferred stock was declared, payable Novem ber 8. Milk Infants Inralids vmt SuaPrica A Nutritious Diet for All Ages. Keep Horlick's Always on Hand Quk-3; Lunch; Home or Office. s rrinfwf i mil. oaie i A - ' T Tor ill l 4 anil it v . M 1 U- S. Food Administration -Miss Helen Tew, of Washington, D. C, has been awarded check No. 3 ior flv dollars In the nation-wide contest conducted by the National Emer gency Food Garden Commission for the best canned vegetables grown in war gardens. The picture shows her in the uniform of the U. S. Food Admin istration. The commission, of which Charles Lathrop Pack, the president of th American Forestry Association, is the head, is giving $5,000 in prizes, apportioned to the 'various etatos, to promote food conservation, and hun dreds of war prarden exhibits all over the country are applj'ingr for this nation fide rrvrT'itton of tt"'r HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hallowe'en was here last night at the First Presbyterian church and the witches made merry and played their mad pranks and told their weird goulish tales of what the future held in store for you not all of them weird some forciful, some . merry and romantic The church, under the supervision of Mrs. Wm. F. Reed, Jr-, ably as sisted by Mrs. William Fisher, Mrs. Ferris and others, was most appro priately decorated for the occasion. The pews had been removed from the main auditorium and burlap tacked over the carpet to give it the rustic, out-of-door appearance. From the chandelier and over the doors and on the walls hung great festoons of old gray moss, that is found only in our southland, and makes one think of dense woods and gray ghosts. On pedestals and over all ftphts and hanging from every conceivable projection was the in evitable Jack-o'-lantem, that leered out with grotesque grimaces. The flickering candle lights in many mak ing them seem to wink. Black cats were pinned to the walls and over them fell the dim mellow lights, from the pumpkin-lanterns, and then in abundance, covering the lower portion of the walls, were the brooms or broom sticks, for who ever heard of witches without broom sticks and switches. In the right hand corner as you entered was the witches tent, or booth, over it hung a large black FLOUR SUBSTITUTES- Suggested as Part of the Food Conservation Program. Because of the need to conserve wheat, a number of food materials which may be substituted are sug gested by the National Emergency Food Garden Commission, which is co-operating in the food conserva tion movement. Commencing tomor row, a series of articles will be print ed in the Journal giving recipes for the successful use of wheat substi tutes. Every housekeeper i3 familiar with the use of corn meal, which can be used without the addition of any flour in making bread, gems, griddle cakes, etc. But she may use corn meal also, in preparing light bread, hot biscuits and cookies. Other substances which will lend themselves admirably to the making of every sort of quick bread are rice, sweet potato, peanuts, soy bean meal, milo, kafir, feterita, dash cen, banana, rye, oats, barley, etc- The receipt to be published in the following lessons are a few of those which may be used and merely sug gest some of the possible combina tions of these various food materials which will yield new and very palat able breads. It must be kept in mind that no other substance has glutten such as is found in wheat and which gives to this cereal the ability of pro ducing a light and creamy bread. In any of the following lessons, sour milk or butter milk and soda may be substituted for sweet milk and baking powder. To guard against an excess of soda, which causes a yellow color in the bread, use one-half to three fourths level teaspoonfuls of soda to every cupful of sour milk. The soda 6hould be sifted with the other in gredients, The mixing should be done as quickly as possible especially after the baking powder is moistened, to min imize the loss of leaving gas. Bis cuits should be rolled, cut and placed on the pans as soon as possible after mixing. If necessary, they may stand in the pans before baking with com kettle suspended under a tripod that made you thin: of the ghoulish words: "Cauldron boil and kettle bubble up the chimney goes all your trouble," and over this broth presided Miss Audxy Keller, dressed as a witch, and she looked the part in her white skirt, black waist and tall black witch's cap, as she read your future from the cauldron. In the same booth with her, was Miss Efne Live ly, representing a spirit from the evil world, dressed all in blacjii Just a little further on, you came to the ghosts booth, with its grinning skulls and black cats on wall and table, when Miss Lois McLellan read your future from your palms, and then, further on, you found the Gipsy maid in her beautiful Gipsy costume in her booth with her tea leaves spelling out for you all kinds of fates, black and blue, good and true, and then, Mrs- Benn, to add to the "witchery" hour, sang her song of Witch's Dream. Miss McClellan re cited an appropriate piece. The cus tomary Hallowe'en games that every body knows, were indulged in, such as bobbing for apples in a tub, try ing to bite an apple suspended b a string. And thn at the close, the library was thrown open, and de licious refreshments were served. The ladies gave this entertainment for the soldier boys, and they are goine to give something on this order every four weeks, which will be appreciated by the enlisted men. parative safety, but it is much better to bake immediately. Wheat meal is ground whole wheat or graham flour. This is to be dis tinguished from white flour or wheat flour sold at the stores. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Pearl Eagan, of the Pearl Eagan Home, will leave tomorrow on the noon train for Mobile, Ala., where she will visit her granddaugh ter, Mrs. Alex Bell and her daugh ter, Mrs. Essie Fowler, for about a week. TRAIN ROBBERS GET AWAY WITH $12,000 Dyersburg, Tenn., Oct. 18. No trace has been found late tonight of the robbers who looted an ex press car on the Chicago, Memphis & Gulf railroad train, near here of twelve thousand dollars jn currency this morning. Regain Your Normal Weight You can add one-fourth to one-half pound a day by drinking a glass of this delicious digestant with each meal Shivar Ale POSE DIGESTIVE AR0MAT1CS WITH SKIMS MIIEBAL WATER Jg GIKGE8 Gives a hearty appetite, igoroua digestion, nch blood, deer complex ion and firm fleh. Your money back on first dozen if not delighted. At all grocers and druggists. Bottled and guaranteed by the cele brated Shivar Mineral Spring. Shel. toa, S- C If your regular dealer cannot supply you telephone West Florida Grocery Co. Waelesals Distriaatsrs lor Pcasacab. Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. Freemont, O. '"I was passing through the critical period of life, being forty-six years of age and had all the symptoms incident to that change heat flashes, nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, 60 it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since taking it, and the annoying symptoms have disap peared." Mrs. M. Godces, 925 Rapoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. North Haven, Conn. 'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound restored my health after everything else had failed when passing through change of life. There is nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms." Mrs. Florence Isst,t.a,Bo3c 197, Korth Haven, Conn. YEGEMBLE COMPOUND) Sicis the rtst ffd fen -ST" HUNGRY LIVE STOCK SPOIL FINE LAWNS Tivo complaints were received at the police station yesterday of hun gry livestock roaming at large in the Aeslern part of the city, ravaging llcwer yards and trampling well-kept la wms. Both of the complaints were investi gated by detailed officers. In one in nfance two bulls were captured and duly impounded, but when the other complaint was investigated it was fo.rad that someone's horse had been in the neighborhood from which the complaint came, and the animal had dcsyoiled more than one garden. "Ihe animal, however, eluded capture, by mnung swiftly westward. mil ?w i m a Dorit tuisfi for a good complexion- will give it to you If your skin is not fresh, smooth and glowing, or has suffered from an unwise use of cosmetics, here is an easy, inex pensive way to clear it : Spread on a little Resinol Ointment, letting it remain for ten minutes. Then wash off with Resinol Soap and hot water. Finish with a dash of clear, cold water to close the pores. to this regularly. once a day, and see if it does not quickly soothe and cleanse the pores, lessen the tendency to pimples, and ! leave the complexion clear, fresh and velvety. Resinol Ointment and Res inol Soap are sold by all druggists. Save and Conserve By having nothing but the best for your table. Phone us a trial order for some of our Oolong and Gunpowder Teas and try a pound of our fresh ground Coffee. The Tea 60c pound The Coffee 25c pound Peoples Supply Store H. MUULER, Prop. Phones 213 973 Resinol IS A Ik Swm. ses X Vg, LYDIA E.PINKH Attention! jQl. :FQre-757- Trend In Women's Shoes for Fall and Winter. The vari-colored cloths and leathers that have been so popular in women's shoes have given place to plain gray, browns and tans extreme high heels are out and medium high, straight and military heels are in perforations are popular, and wing tips are strong. Our entire fall stock is selected with a view of conforming to the shoe ideals of our trade along the lines of authorized style. Ladies will find all that is new in shoes here, and we have just the size that will insure a perfect fit. $3.50 to $12.50 You men and the children (boys and girls) will do well to consider this your booterytoo. J Y Li I PALAFOX AND ROMANA TWET "Pensacola's Popular Shoe Store" THE SAN CARLOS CAFE caters par- . ticularly to men of the Army and Navy and commercial travelers. Of course we like the home folks, loo. Service a la carte 6 a. m. to, 8 :30 p. m. ,Club break fasts table d'hote luncheon. CHICKEN and OYSTER GUMBO SUPPER WU1 Be Served by the Ladies of St. Micheal's Church on Saturday Afternoon, Beginning at 4 oclock Also Other Good Things to Eat. Store Next to D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. I 7? fsitost epeel AM 'MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MAS.. Beyers, Sinne