THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1918.
Edited by CELIA MY
. Telephone 38 10
PROGRESS CLUB DANCE
AT LIBERTY INN.
The Progress Club will entertain Its
members with & dance at Liberty Inn,
to take place on the evening: of Wed
nesday, May the 15th, at 8 p. m.
The Circle of the Lutheran Church
will meet this afternoon at 4:00
o'clock with Mrs. John Cramer, Bast
COMMUNITY PRAYER '
The Community Prayer meetings
will be held Thursday morning at
10:00 at Mrs. A. E. Lewis. No. 1710
East Gadsden street; Mrs. W. B. Fer
riss. 518 K. Baylen street; Mrs. S. A.
Hall, 613 North Hay no street.
TO CELEBRATE HER
Mrs. E. S. Oppenhelmer, mother of
Messrs. Dan and Jake Oppenhelmer,
will celebrate her 87th birthday on
May 9th at the home of Mr. Jake
Oppenheimer. 416 W. Gregory street.
She will be glad to have all her friends
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a imfMtann' ra.r.nM or turn,, or bomt rwtund.0.
Here's Summertime $
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That aid in food conserva
tion and satisfly your de
mands for sweets.
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MEMBERS UNITED STATES rOOD
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. My raw ii &
a. m. to 8 p. m.
Maiden! with the deep brown eyes
In whose orb a shadow lies
Like the dusk in evening skies!
Thou, whose locks outshine the sun.
Golden tresses wreathed in one,
As the braided streamlets run!
Standing with reluctant feet
Where the brook and river meet.
Womanhood and childhood fleet!
Grazing with a timid glance
One the brooklet's swift advance.
On the river's broad expanse!
Deep and still that gliding stream
Beautiful to thee must seem
As the river of a dream.
Then why pause with indecision.
When bright angels In thy vision
Beckon thee to fields elysian?
Beest thou shadows sailing by,
As the dove, with startled eye.
Sees the falcon's shadow fly?
Hearest thou voices on the shore.
That our ears preceive no more.
Deafened by the cataract's roar?
O thou child of many prayers!
Life hath quicksands, life had snares.
Care and age come unawares!
Like the swell of some sweet tune,
Morning rises into noon,
May glides onward Into June.
Bear through sorrow, wrong and truth
In thy heart the dew of youth.
On thy Hps the smile of truth.
Oh that dew, like balm, shall steal
Into wounds that can not heal.
Even as sleep cur eyes doth seal.
And that smile, like sunshine, dart
Into many a sunless heart.
For a smile of God Thou art.
Henry W. Longfellow.
MEETING HOME AND
The Home School League of
School No. 40 will meet this afterno'
at the school at 2:45 o'clock. The
program will consist of mothers giv
ing their experiences with various
uses of wheat, tried and economical
receipt and suggestions that will be
generally useful in food conservation
In the homes. This Is the last meet
ing of the year and every mother Is
urged to attend.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE.
For quick results
. rub the Forehead
(ffc and Temples with
25c 50 c $1.00.
78 EAST WRIGHT STREET
Owens Market and Grocery Co.
Sanitary Meat Market, new line of gro
ceries, notions and house furnishing
Belmont and DeVlllier Sts.
MAYPOLE DANCE AT
SCHOOL FORTY-ONE. '
A Maypole Dance will be given this
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at School
No. 41. An interesting program has
been prepared and everybody Is invit
ed to attend whether a mamber of the
school or not The program will 'be
.1. Song By School.
2. Introductory remarks Miss Alice
3. Crowning of May Queen.
4. Brownies, Elves and Fairies.
5. Brownie Song Leita Phillips.
6. Fairies Dance Miriam Thorpe
and Marcon Bishop.
7. Maypole Dance May Queen and
8. Reading "Bear Story," Mrs. J.
9. Song "A Painted Butterfly,'-'
A Summer Girl"-Mrs. James Van
10. A Piano Duet Miss Braswell
and Miss Clark.
The entertainment will be given un
der the -auspices of the Parents
PASTIME EUCHRE CLUB
A regular meeting of the Pastime
Euchre Club will be held this evening
at eight o'clock with Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Ebrenz at their home on North
Davis street. AH members are ex
pected to be present.
There will be a meeting of the
Magnolia Temple. No. 4 Pythian Sis
ters this afternoon at three o'clock at
the Knights of Pythias hall on East
Intendencia street. A full attendance
DANCING IN HONOR OF
SENIORS OF P. H. S.
The Pensacola High ' Cshool will
give their commencement dance on
Friday evening. May tenth in the San
Carlos Auditorium. This will be the
last dance of the season and will be
in honor of the seniors. .
MRS. BEAR IS MUCH
Friends ot Mrs. Max L. Bear will be
glad to know that she is much im
proved and Is now able to be up af
ter here recent illness.
MR. SFH UTTLEWORTH
Mr. D. D. Shuttileworth has re
turned from Camp Wheeler, Macon,
Georgia, where he has been visiting
his sons. Lieut. W. L. Shuttleworfh
and Harry Shuttleworth for the past
U. D. C. COMPETITION
The competition for the U. D. C.
medal will take place today at the
Grammar School, Mrs. Pope Reese to
act as chairman of the Judge's com
mittee for the J. B. Lockey School, and
Mrs. Dan Sheppard for the Clubbs
MEETING G. I. A. TO
B. OF L. E.
The G. I. A. to B. of L. E. will meet
this afternoon at two o'clock, with
Mrs. Frank Calmons. All members
are asked to be present, as the time
will be devoted to Red Cross work.
The Maker of Dreams.
FRIDAY, MAY 10th.
Two shows, 7:30 and 9 p. m.
5:30 p. m.
Tickets 25cts, on sale at
Central Pharmacy and Patriotic
AND SHE SOON GOT BACK HER
New Castle, Ind. "The measles left
me run down, no appetite, could not
rest at night, and I took a severe cold
which settled on my lungs, so I was
unable to keep about my housework
My doctor advised me to take Vinol,
and six bottles restored my health so
I do all my housework, including
washing. Vinol is the best medicine I
ever used. Alice Record, 437 South
11th street, New Castle, Ind.
We guarantee this wonderful cod
liver and iron tonic, Vinol, for all weak,
run-down, nervous conditions. Adv.
At sunset on Sunday, May 6th, Miss
Besse L. Sherman of Petersburg, In
diana, and Corporal Leo. G. Garner
of the 84th headquarters company,
were quietly married at the home of
Chaplain Bogue, at Fort Barrancas.
In the presence of a few intimate
friends, he only attendants were
Corporal William Schultz and Mrs. R.
H. Trammel. Mr. and Mrs. Garner
will make their home at 43 East Greg
ory street during the time the groom
is stationed here.
U. D. C. TO MEET
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy will meet this afternoon at
four o'clock at the bivouac, and all
members are asked to attend.
ADOPT FRENCH WAR
The teachers of the Clubbs Annex,
with that spirit or patriotism which
they have displayed on so many occa
sions, have adopted three little
French orphans, this announcement
having been made at a recent meeting
or tne Parents-Teachers Association
of School Number Forty. The grades
taught by Miss Rosa Bell and Mrs.
Quarles have each adocted one of
these little friendless children, and the
scnooi at large a third.
GUEST8 OF MR. AND
Mr. and Mrs. Wl M. Kennedv have
arrived from Tavares, Florida, and are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cottrell, Mrs. Kennedy's Darents.
Leaving Tavares on last Thursday.
made the trip by automobile, arrivine
in Pensacola, Mr. Kennedy will return
to ins home in South Florida, Mrs.
Kennedy and little daughter remaining
for seeral months.
NEW SHOES WON'T
Cincinnati Man Tells How to Shrivel
Up Corns So They Lilt
! Ouch !?!?!!! This kind of
rough talk will be heard less here 'n
,town if people troubled with corns will
i follow tne simple advice of this Cin
iclnnati authority, who claims that a
few drops of a drug called freezone
when applied to a tender, aching corn
stops soreness at once, and soon the
corn dries up and lifts right out with
He says freezone is a sticky sub
stance which dries immediately and
never inflames or even Irritates the
surrounding ' tissue or skin. A quarter
of an ounce, which will cost very little
at any drug store, is 6aid to be suff I
cient to remove every hard or soft
corn or callus from one's feet. Millions
of American women will welcome this
announcement since the inauguration
of the high heels. Adv.
"BLUE RIBBON" TALKS
Its economy to use Blue Ribbon Vanilla
and Lemon. Use just a teaspoonful to
the quart of material. "Best and takes
is the thing for sick headache
caused from disorderly
50 cents At your Druggist's.
FOR THE EARLY
Hot Rolls, piping
hot! Coffee that's
hot I Or, you can get
crisp brown Waffles
with pure cane
Palafox and Romana Sts.
BEGINNING TODAY 2:30 P. M.
Mrs. Ratliff, a
D o m e s t ic Sci
ence Teacher of
note in charge.
2:30 p. m.
HELEN M. FISHER MEMORIAL
.The contest for the Helen M. Fish
er Memorial medal -will take place to
day at the Clubbs Annex, when six
pupils of Grade Five, of which Mrs.
N. D. Thomas is teacher, will com
pete for the class honors, those
eligible In tho competition being Bar
bara Largrue,- Elizabeth Monroe, Eve
lyn Wrighton, Hilton Brown, Harriet
Holt, and "W. H. Watson.
For a number of years this med
al, given in memory of a former teach
er, has been ona of the coveted honors
of the school, tho six pupils attain
ing the highest general average being
privileged to enter the competition.
ASSOCIATION SCHOOL 35.
The Parents-Teachers Association
of School 35 will take place on Fri
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. As this
is the last meeting of th season, it
Is hoped that all members will at
tend. UNCLE SI ASKS
PUBLIC TO ASSIST
IN FOREIGN TRADE
Washington, May 7. The business
public was asked today by the De
partment of Commerce to assist in
carrying out a radical revision ana
extension of the government's foreign
trade statistical classification which
has been undertaken by the Bureau
of Foreign and Domestic Commerce.
Immediate suggestions- are wanted
as to new classes of goods that ought
to be shown in the statistics or new
subdivisions of the present classes.
The immediate object of the revision
is the furnishing of more detailed and
accurate Information for the war
boards engaged In licensing imports
and exports, conserving tonnage, food
stuffs and raw materials. It Is Sec- j
retary Redfield's Idea, however, that
the statistics should be of the largest j
permanent value to the nation's for-,
elgn trade after the war, which is
why the views of business men gen
erally are being sought to indicate the
lines on which the revision should be
"In making suggestions for the ex
port classification." The Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce an
nounced, "the business man should
bear In mind that the statistics are
based on the description' of merchan
dise as shown in export declarations,
filed by the shipper with the collector
of customs at the port of clearance.
A too detailed classification going be
yond commonly used commercial
terms must therefore be avoided.
Likewise, cuggaattms regarding im-
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
The first demonstration of the many econom
ical uses of the Fireless Cooker will be made at
the store of Rhodes-Collins Furniture Co., Today
from 2:30 to 5 p. m., showing how easy it is to con
serve wheat, save time and labor and at the same
time produce the most delightful bread and rolls.
Other Demonstrations of equal import will be
made on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, an
nouncement of which will be made later. But, by
all means attend the demonstration today at 2:30
ports should bo made with due re
gard to the fact that statistics of Im
ports follow tho tariff classification
and that subdivisions for statistical
purposes beyond customs requirements
are difficult to obtain and are apt
to result In Inaccurate and mislead
The Tariff Commission, the Fool
Administration, the War Trade Board,
the Shipping Board and other war
bureaus are cooperating in the effort
to obtain a more detailed classifica
tion and will take measures to insure
compliance with the official classification.
To Sew is One Way to Help
Perhaps you are only a novice at sewing
or perhaps you are a good plain seamstress,
but lack the knowledge of the fine points that
would give distinction and finish to your
work. In either case you can learn much
Bring your material for your summer
dresses here. I will help you design, cut and
make them. You will work with me learning
dressmaking and making your dresses at the
I teach S. T. Taylor System of Dress
making. It will be highly profitable for you
to learn it and in these war times it is a pa
triotic duty to do your own sewing. You
will find the work intensely interesting.
Won't you drop in to see me.
Mrs. E. B. Goodrich
329 Brent Building.
Sent here by the
Stove Co. to
teach you the
2:30 p. m.
SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY
Washington, May e Although the
motion to make the house suffrage
resolution a special order of senate
business Friday was lost, its con
sideration at that time Is virtually
certain. When Senator Jones renews
thethe motion Friday, only a major
ity vote will be necessary to begin
debate. The special order resolution,
lacked only one of tha two-thirds
vote today, the vote being forty-onei
VISITORS IN TOWN
are invited to make this their
headquarters for food during
their stay. They will find here
first class food, perfectly cooked
and courteously served. They
will find every attention paid
to their wants and they will find
the bill entirely free from any
suspicion of overcharsring.
SAN CfiRLOS CAFE
CHAS. B. HERVEY
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