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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL.. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1919.
"MAIDS OF MYSTERY" BALL THURSDAY Much mystery . is surrounding the plans being made for the "Maids of Mystery' ball to be given on Thurs day, but suffice to say that they are more elaborate and the ball promises to be the most royal of the many de lightful ones given by the "maids." Invitations have already been re ceived. ED. SALTER, JR., ENTERTAINS WITH DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY PARTY A prouder or more manly "gob" was never seen than Master K. falter, Jr., when in honor of his fifth birth day his parents entertained a num ber of his little friends at their home 1301 Xorth Davis street, Sunday after noon, from 2 to 5 o'clock. The home was beautifully decorated In the national colors throughout. A number of interesting games and mu sic were enjoyed during the afternoon and later t. ; guests were inivted into the dining room where delicious re freshments were served and the birth day cake cut. The table was lovely in its appointments and red, white and blue streamers from the- chandelier extended to each place which was marked by a minature likeness of the hatchet used by George Washington in chopping his father's cherry tree, and which were given the guests us souvenirs. The large, white birthday cake, with its burning red, white and blue candles and elaborate decorations formed a beautiful centerpiece for the table. The little host wore the regu lation white suit of the navy. Mrs. Salter was assisted in entertaining y Mrs. Fonda Scales, Miss Nannie Sal ter, Miss Eddings and Mrs. J. A. Sal ter. The little guests who enjoyed Kuch a delightful afternoon were: Nina Deloney, I-ouise Deloney, Doro thy Deloney, Isabella and Rosalind May, Louise and Jewel Nellson, Mary Jane Gailott, Alvln Theil, Annie Ithoades, Helen "Ward, Inez Eddings. Doris and Helen Seales, Paul Daw, Alma Gunner, Roy Frances Durant, Ijawrence Neilson, Jr., Johnnie ahd Neils Delmar, Dan Eddings, Carl Daw, Dean Gunner, Henry Green Ward. Vincent Curry, James Daloney, and the little host, Ed. Salter, Jr. TETTER 2 YEARS CUTICURA HEALS In Pimples on Face and Neck. Itched and Burned. "I bad tetter for two years. It be gan with pimples. My face and neck being affected. The skin was sore and red, and the pimples enlarged and caused great loss of sleep. The itching and burning were intense. "Then I saw an adver tisement for Cuticura Soap and Oint ment, and I bought them, and I only used two cakes of Soap and two boxes of Ointment when I was healed." (Signed) W. S. Williamson, R.F.D. 2, Box 23. Ivor. Va., July 25, 1918. For every purpose of the toilet Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are supreme. rpl lut Fr y If all Addresa pout-card: "CaMtart, Dtat , lUa " Sold everywhere. Soap 2c. Ointment 6 and 50c. Talram 25e. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lmon are the most economical to use because they go so much further. DIESEL ENGINES 25 II. P. to 2000 II. P. Adapted to marine use for fishing boats, tups, auxiliary schooners and motor ships. Use no hot ball, spark plupr or any form of mechanical ipnition; start from cold in five seconds. The wonderful improvements brought about by the hard demands of war work, such as submarine propul sion, etc., are now applied to commer cial peace time uses. CJreatest Economy, Simplicity and Reliability. D. J. Carrison & Company - 606 Florida Life Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Southeastern Distributors, Midwest Enprine Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Atmore's Mince Meat 15c Package 40c Cans 1 Jars 2720 Phones 1721 MR. AND MRS. HERBERT CARO ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF DAUGHTER State Representative Herbert Caro and Mrs. Caro announce the birth of a little daughter, Mondav, February 24. PRISCILLA CLUB MEETS WITH M RS. J. C. LONG THIS AFTERNOON The Priscilla Club of the First Christian church will meet with Mr. J. C. Long, at her home. 1625 East Gadsden street, this afternoon at 3:1.") o'clock. All members are urged to be j present and bring needles, thread, ! thimble and scissors. "VICTORY" GIRLS TO ENTERTAIN WITH FANCY DRESS DANCE AT K. OF C. FRIDAY The "Victory" girls of the Convent of Mercy will entertain with a fancy dress dance at the K. of C. hall Friday evening from 7 to 10 o'clock. Excel lent music will be furnished by a se lected orchestra and all friends arc cordially invited to attend. The pro ceeds will be used in meeting he pledges made by the giris in the "Vic tory" drive. ARMY RELIEF SOCIETY BENEFIT DANCE BIG EVENT WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT KEYSER AUDITORIUM All arangrements have been com pleted for the insured success of the Army Relief Society benefit ball to be given at the Keyser auditorium to morrow night. A number of prom inent I'ensacola women are assisting Colonel and Mrs. J. L. Hughes, chair man of the Fort iiarrancas section, in making a success of the dance. The proceeds are to be used for the bene-i fit of the widows and orphans of the officers and enlisted men of the army whose lives were sacrificed in the late struggle for the supremacy of de mocracy and Pensacola who has al ways nobly come forward, in any pa triotic endeavor, will successfully put "over the top" any affair for so worthy a cause. The music is to be especially ela borate. Those who will act as patron esses and serve on the various com mittees are: Mrs. J. I Hughes, Mrs. Clinton IVAlemberte, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. L-ee, Mrs. Charles Hervey, Mrs. P'rank L. Mayes, Mrs. Hunter Tirown, Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, Mrs. C. M. Sweeney, Mrs. C. J. Wright, Mrs. J. C. Baldwin, Mrs. C. S. Bonacker, Mrs. Monroe Elkan, Mrs. F. S. Mellen, Mrs. Albert Klein. Mrs. Dave Kugleman. Mrs. W. H. Knowles, Mrs. Ellis Knowles, Mrs. R. II. Turner, Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson, Mrs. J. E. Turtle, Mrs. S. It. Mallory Kennedy, Mrs. Henry Ashton Bronna han, Mrs. C. Ray Mitchell, Mrs. John A. Merritt, Mrs. Wilder, Mrs. W. K. II yes. Mrs. J. E. Turtle and Mrs. J. I,. Se- ligman, tickets; Mrs. E. C. Maxwell, Mrs. J. C. Dunham and Mrs. I ?. Mel len, refreshments; Mrs. F. E. Mayes and Mrs. Ellis Knowles, advertising; Col. J. H. Hughes, Mrs. Hughes and ladies of the post, music and decora tions; Major ' A. D. Code, Jr., floor manager; .Mrs. v. K. liyer, Mrs. ? in. Mellen and Mrs. C. M. Sweeney, checking. MRS. TAFT ENTERTAINS WITH LOVELY PRE-NUPTIAL PARTY FOR MISS BENNETT. One of the most delightful of the pre-nuptial courtesies given in honor of Miss Dorothty Bennett, daughter of Commandant and Mrs. F. M. Bennett, whose approaching marriage to Major A. F. Howard. 1'. S. Marine corps, is an event of cordial interest to service and civilian society, was when Mrs. Donald M. Taft, wife of Lieutenant Taft, IT. S. X., was hostess Friday af ternoon, entertaining as her guests For Burning Eczema j Greasy salves and ointments should not be applied if good clear skin is wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or $1.00 for -xtra large size, get a bottle of zemo. When applied as directed it effectively 'emoves eczema, quickly stops itching, and icals skin troubles, also sores, burns, voundsand chafing. It penetrates, cleanses tnd soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic iquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you ave ever used is as effective and satisfying. The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland. O. STOWUPSEI? Pape's Diapepsin at once ends sourness, gas, acidity, indigestion. When meals upset volt and you belch gas. acids and und:gested food. When you have lumps of indigestion pain or any distress in stomach you can get relief instantly Xo waiting. As soon as you eat a tablet of Rape's Diapepsin all the indigestion pain stops. Gases, acidity, heartburn, flamenco and dyspepsia vanish. Pape's Diapepsin tablets cost very lit tle at drug stores. adv. 310 THE FLU BY KEEPING Lie ACTIVE Doctors Find Calotabs, the New . Nausealess Calomel, Best Laxative for Colds and Preventive for In fluenza and Pneumonia. To cut chort a cold over night, to stop a sore throat, to put the system in the best possible condition to avoid influenza and pneumonia, doctors are advising the new nausealess cal omel, called Calotabs, which are free from the sickening and salivating ef fects of of the old style calomel. At the first sign of a cold or a sore throat, it is best to take a Calotab at once, before the inflamation has ione loo far. You may thus save you. -self a spell of sickness. One Calotab at bed time with a swal low of water thats all. Xo salts, no nausea, nor the slightest interference with eating, work or pleasure. Next morning your cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system is puri fied and refreshed and you are feel ing fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Perhaps you can congrat ulate yourself that "a stitch in time,, has saved you serious illness. Calo tabs are sold in original sealed pack ages, price thirty-five cents. Your druggist recommends and guarantees Calotabs and will cheerfully give your money if you are not delighted. (Adv.) some of Miss Bennett's most intimate friends. The affair was in the form of a George "Washington Tea party and a profusioon of handsome red carntions and ferns were used in the beautifully carried out decorations of the apart ments. Bridge was enjoyed during the after noon, the prize, a lovely crepe-de-chir.e camisole, was won by Mrs. Ralph Warfield and the consolation, an ex quisite hand made dresser scarf, by Mrs. Case. The honoree's gift wa sa handsome pair of silk embroidered hose. At the close of the afternoon the guests were served with a delicious salad and ice course. The beautifully appointed table was centered with a miniature cherry tree in likeness of the one felled by the Father of Our Country and a sailor and marine standing at attention on either side of Uncle Sam made charmingly original place cards.' The stump of a tree and the hatchet which did the damage was found at each guest's place on a box which upon opening was found to con tain salted almonds. Cherries adorned the ices and small American silk tlags were effectively used in carrying out the idea of patriotism. Among the guests who enjoyed this courtesy were: the honoree. Miss Dorothy Bennett. Mrs. F. M. Bennett, Mrs. Leof M. Harding. Mrs. W. Vv. Tarson, Mrs. Pace, Mrs. E. Johnson, Mrs. Decker, Mrs. Mason, of Alabama, Mrs. Ralph Wrfield, Mrs. Mcintosh, Mrs. Maurice P. King, Mrs. M. B. Case, Mrs. J. E. Turtle, Mrs. George Stone. Mrs. Dougle.s Roben, of Grand Rapids, Mich. OFFICERS AND WIVES AT FORT BARRANCAS GUESTS OF MAJOR AND MRS. COLEBURNE TONIGHT. Major B. F. Coleburne, field direc tor of the military release, at Fort Barrancas, American Red Cross, and Mrs. Coleburne, will be host and host ess when they will entertain at the Country Club tonigut with a delightful informal buffet supper, their quests being the officers at Fort Barrancas and their wives. Covers will be laid for about fifty guests. COUNTRY CLUB GOLF LINKS THRONGED WITH ENTHUSIASTIC PLAYERS. With the advent of Spring, out-door sports, which are such an enjoyable part of the season's activities at the Country Club, are being resumed and during Sunday the golf links wer-2 alive with enthusiastic players. A number (( parties from town availed themselves of the pleasure of enjoying tea at the club in the after noon. STUDENTS OFFICERS DANCE ENJOYABLE AFFAIR AT COUNTRY CLUB. The largest number of guests ever attending one of these delightful week end affairs gathered at the Country Club Saturday afternoon for the Tea Dansant given by the student offices at the Pensacola Xaval Air Station. Eovely music was furnished by the Xaval Air Station band and the ball room was thronsred with gay dancers, among whom were a number of out-of-town guests. Five o'clock tea was served during the afternoon. COUNTRY CLUB TO ENTERTAIN WITH BIG DANCE THURSDAY NIGHT. Invitations are being received by members of the Country Club to a big dance with which the club will en -tertain on Thursday night. mora ideal ball room than that at the dab could not be found and as an espec ially elaborate program of music will be rendered the affair is being antici pated with much pleasure. MOBILE GIRLS DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED DURING VISIT. Misses Allie Yean, Ray Xovell and Madirrenne Zieman, of Mobile, have returned home after a delightful week-end visit in the city as the sruests of friends. They were honor guests at a week-end party given by Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and were guests at the officers' ball at the San Carlos. Ensigns Pallou. Mims and Thompson entertained at dinner in their honor at the hotel Saturday and they were guests at luncheon given by Misses Blacksheare and White. An other pretty courtesy enjoyed by ihm was the dinner party which Ensigns White, Ballou and Honeywell gave in their honor. After a year's service overseas with Uncle Sam, friends are cordially wel coming home C. J. Hilliard, son of Mrs. A. W. Page. Sll East Belmont street. Mr. Hilliard, who participated in a number of engagements and .lad the pleasure of "going over the ton,"' has been through some very interest ing experiences during his stay "over there." COMPANY "G" ENTERTAINS WITH ENJOYABLE DANCE AT SAN CARLOS Company "G" of the Patriotic lea gue, under the leadership of Mrs. Henry Jeudevine, entertained with r. delightful dance at the San Carlos last evening. In spite of the inclement weather, a large number of guests at tended, tl le mtisa was excellent nt.l the dance pro' 'i success in very way. The proceeds are to be us1?d for the ciub rooms and gym nasium of the Patriotic league. Mr Henry Jeudevine, assisted by others, acted as chaperones. MEMBERS OF EASTERN STAR TO MEET WITH MRS. TODD THIS EVENING. Members of the Eastern Stare are requested to meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Todd. 610 East Jack son street, this e-ening at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of song rehearsal. MRS. FRANCES WILSON HOSTESS TO SHAKESPEARE CLUB THURSDAY AFTERNOON. The Shakespeare club will meet with Mrs. Frances Wilson, at her home 422 Xorth Spring street Thurs day afternoon at ;?:3 o'clock. The subject for study is Kiohard HI., Act. IV,. with Mrs. Yonge as leader. NOMADS TO MEET WITH MRS. W. E. ANDERSON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. The meeting of the Xomads which was postponed from last Monday wi'l lie held Wednesday withh Mrs. W. H. Anderson as hostess at her home, 223 West Gregory street. The topic for the afternoon will be Current Events, led by Mrs. C W. Oliver and Mrs. John C. Avery. Mrs. Thomas Hannah will read an interesting paper. "Eulghcrs of Belgium." LITTLE KATHERINE D NIELS SUFFERS PAINFUL INJURY. A number of friends !n Pensacola will regret to learn of the painful in jury sustained by Katharine, the at tractive young daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Daniels, of Kr.oxville, Tenn., who while horse back riding, fell, breaking her arm in two i laics. Miss Dr niols is the young gn.r.'i daugh ter of Dr. and Mrs. 11. C. Cushman. of this city. W. C. T. U. TO MEET THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Tile W. C. T. F. will meet at The Y. W. C. A. home. 4 East P.elmont street Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Due to various conditions this is the lirst meeting held in some tine and as important matters are xo be discussed every member is tirgtd to be present. All who are interested in this work will be cordially welcomed. CAPTAIN KING TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK FROM SAN DIEGO. Captain J. Eawrence Kins:. I". S A., son of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. King, is ex pected to arrive in Pensacola this week from San Diego, Cal . where he has been stationed for some time past an 1 will spend a short time visiting with relatives and friends before going to Washington, I). C. where h- has been assigned to duty at the nations cap it ol. MEETING ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA THIS AFTERNOON. The Koyal Xeighbors of America. Woodbine Camp Xo. S001 will bold their regular meeting at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the W. O. W. hall one West Garden street. A full attend ance is urged. BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES UNION HOLDS INTERESTING MEETING AND ELECTS OFFICERS. The P..Y , P. I., of the First and East Hill I'.aptist chtirch.es met in the Sun day School rooms at the First I'.aptist church Friday afternoon for the pur pose of perfecting a city union. The certainly healed that eczema Now that you can peer into your g!a3 without a frown, you are free to tell ethers abo x your good fortune. You can tell them how Resinol Oint ment and Resinol Soap relieved the Resinol Ointment is a doctor's formula, prescribed by many physicians throughout the world. At all drueeist?. Get Rid of That Persistent Cough Stop that weak nine, persistent, cough or cold, threatening throat or June af fections, with Kckman's Alterative, the tonic and iinbuil-Jer of ) v cars' successful use. 'V and $1..V bolti-.'S from drufflsts or from HCKMAX LABORATORY. P? ; l!:id?!ph meeting was largely attended and j plans formulated for the new work, j Officers elected wore: president. Miss I Fannie Wahlberg : vice president. Miss Lillian CSomiilion : recording secretary i and treasurer. Miss Edna Wolfe; pub- j licity secretary. Miss Mable Parker: ; pianist. Miss Esther Mae P.rooks; chorister. Mr. Lee MacDonoll. SAYS IT IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD There is one remedy that those who know depend upon for relief from coushs that "hang on" after the grip. Foley's Honey and Tar "'.oars the r :is. i-.es, soothes raw. inflamed ir.embran-'S and banishes irritation and tickling in the throat. A IF. Melianiei. Boy r.i. Iaad si.ie, W Va.. writes: ! am glad to t-Il you that Foley's Honey and Tar is the best iratlieuie in tiiis world. I have had a severe cousa arid before 1 used ha if a bottle I was better." SeM every where. Week's Events at Patriotic League Miss KHzabeth C. Adams, peneral secretary. Miss Grace A. Hamilton, assistant secretary. Miss Olive Price, second assistant. I.carruo rooms arc open from P a. in. to 'J p. m., every day except Sunday. Tuesday Night. Cafeteria supper served at cost t all business women and grirls of the city from " to 7 o'elork. Popular weekly meetinar of Com pany "K," under the le.uieisi'.ip of Miss Jane Dunham. T o'cit.-ek. Iiejrular weekly inert ;ntr of "T". Squa re."' and the T.. '. p. A. elnbs composed of cirls from the Sister:-? r"' Mercy convent, with Miss Grace Ham ilton, recreational secretary of io league, a s leader, w ith srymnasij'nt work under the direc! ion of Miss Miiri" McMillan, Tuesday afternoon. Pepinners' French class. Miss Maud Sater, teacher, 7 to S o'clock. Regular weekly meeting of Company "G.," under the leadership of Mrs. Henry Jeudevine, 7 o'clock. Gymnasium classes under the in struction of Mr. Fnglert. of the Per saeo'.a Shipbuilding Co., 7 to 8 c'clo .-.. Wednesday Nigh!. Ox'en niirht. Thursday Night. Gymnasium classes, Mr. Fnglert. Rtructor, 7 to S o'clock. Advanced French class. Miss Ma Suter. teacher. 7 to S o'clock. Friday Night. Open night. Saturday Night. Open night. Sunday. "Chink'' Cbib. P. If. S. bnys f retst Ma-nts . lass, r. to 7 o'ciocl-.. PERSONAL MENTION. Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Douglas Poben, of Crand Itapids. Mieh. are visiting for n'V"r;il w-eks in Hi city as the guest of t heir daughter. Mrs. George D. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kauplingor an.! little daughter. Helen, of Grand island. Xebtska. iU rivel in Pujsacola yester day afternoon to spend several wee!- -as the gue-t .f Mrs. Kuuplinger's pa; cms, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Piiylor. -" : Xorth It-us : treet Mrs. Kaujling- . who during her ooll-U' dayf ;it Colu-ni bia. Chi-ago, wher-- sh- i;radnat-d, w. known as the peteiiar and pretty Min" Payior, is now o:n- of Grand Island -most charmng omur matrons .and u K: lie welcomed by number of friends m tlte- city where h-r parents iiave . . their winters for som- time past. Mr. and Mrs. Gal and Mrs. J. M. Mar wick hav returned from Xew Orle.it: where they enjoyed a delightful we.-,-; visit. Mr. R. D. Yn rhrough has returne, from Geneva, Ala., where iie enjo visiting for a short lime as the guest. .. his family ami his father, Mr. ii. Yarbrough. Mis Sadi' l Misenbury. army nu. at "onway, . (.. is spending week-end in the city as the v.,x of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and M .1. F. Dusenbury. tortures that eczema brings how they gradually overcame that irritat- in? ana pamtul eruption, until toaay you may once mere mingle with your friends unashamed. A& -cy-v: ylfe" -Nl , . PECAN TREES APE PROFITABLE PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL PECANS ARE PRCFITA f ?. L f I PECAN- ; E PRATICA! P E C " NS AR r. O R N A "-' EN T L. We Arc EVenii Hiei'inlb Is At '" O T '':-. . i. .. K E i .-' " E H AV t'.NLT.. -t- 1 3 - fj San Carlos '77i J"A"i y ' v -' .1 M. ELLIS ;koci:r. 1889 I'lv.,-.-, ISHM 1221 Dav.s Stiajiu. Vi A R S T Q N "cc U u i , , -.Kae. ficn.'-iu. Tc-rr-. WERNICKE tOOK C AS- i ' CcFiCE FURVITl.' !" ' s;YAL TViiiW Ki'i EUc- Y?C IV?;-7-Vrrs-v.: ' i '- "r. ;, i I ijt) i v.. v . l ist: jon pitNTiNC OFFICS f'.'J?PLIE? CLOTHES at r,iy Sl.Oa Vcekly. We clothe Yi n, ,'-. -r.cn and Children on "r'.-dit. 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