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SECOND SECTION The Journal Wants Are Result Getters I1 1 Co CO PACZO :3 r PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS j TELEPHONE 38 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. IPE OPLE AND EVENTS I! (I i i tr - I. i r - MRS. PEELMAN TO DELIVER INTERESTING AODRE88 AT EAST HILL BAPTIST. ''Mrs. 11.: C. Peelman, secretary treasurer. 2 of the Woman's Baptist Union of the State of Florida has ar rived In Pensacola and will deliver a very Interesting address on the sub lect of missionary work at the East Hill Baptist church this afternoon at t o'clock. Ladies from "'" all Baptist :hurches are cordially invited to at tend. " - i - PERSONAL MENTION. Martin Tohrner. of Franklin, Tenn, who has been visiting in Pensacola for the past two weeks as guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ku eelman, will return home tonight. WILL MAKE HOME ' IN CHICAGO. ' Mrs. N. Goldring and son, Stephen, Mrs. O. Goldstucker and daughter. Miss Sara Goldstucker, will leave to day for. Chicago, where they will Join Mr. Goldring and in future reside. Since disposing of their home . pre paratory to going to Chicago they have been with Mr. and Mrs. A. Creenhut. The family have made their home In Pensacola for a num ber of years and have a wide circle of friends in the city, who deeply, regret their departure. ' ' Ncu Face Poiy! Ok) Keeps Thm Complexion Beautiful Soft and vchraty. Money back If net eo tiraly pleased. Nadiae U pure and barm 1ms. Adheres until washed oft, Prevents unburn and return of di colorations. A million delighted ueere prove Its value. Tints: Flesh, Pink, Brunette, Whit, f- B Toilmt Ceenttors r JM, SO. National Toilet Co p any. Parte, Tenn. -BLUE RIBBON' TALKS The stronger the extract the less It takes. Blue Ribbon Vanilla is the high- ' est possible quality. "Best and takes less." . , .-. ' McCann's Tire and i Repair Shop i Phone 404 ' 113 North Palaf ox Street . TURKISH BATHS Pensacola Hospital. Phone 843 OPEN FOR ALL MEN 1 p. nt. to 9 p. in. ; "Let Us Make You Ms) i' Good With a Kodak." : REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE HO DECEPTION If it is good you will find it at the Kozy Korner, and if you find it here you will know that it is sood. Only the Best" Our Motto tTry Our Like It! Coffee YouTl KOZY KORNER - Patafox and Rcsi&sa Sts. Every taste say ba ezU fled here. BALKCOM DRUG CO ; "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE Phone 19 or 123 M. ELLIS - GROCER. 1889 Phones 1800 1221 N. Davis Street. PER80NAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schad, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Farnum and Mr. H. E. FretwelL formed a congenial party returning to the city after a delight ful . outing enjoyed at Camp ' Walton, during the ' past week. , During their stay in Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Far num are making their home at the San Carlos.; -.- The many . friends of . Phil Smith the efficient president of-the Epworth League of the First Methodist. church, will be glad to know. 'that he is rest ing nicely after a recent operation at the Pensacola Hospital. " . Friends of Mrs. D. Gundersheimer will be glad to know that she is im proving nicely after having .- under gone an operation at the Pensacola Hospital last Tuesday. DAUGHTERS ISABELLA MEET TH 18 AFTERNOON. The Daughters of Isabella are re quested to meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, to attend in a body the funeral of their late sister, Mrs. Mar tin Jones. MEETING PARENT8-TEACHERS ' ASSOCIATION JOSEPH B. . LOCKEY SCHOOL TUESDAYV, ';.,.. f: The Parents-Teachers.' Association t of the Joseph B. Lockey school will I hold their , regular meeting - at the school Tuesday afternoon at 3- o'clock. The use of the sterepotician slides has be on secured for the school and interesting pictures on foreign coun tries and Illustrated songs will . form a part of the very attractive program which will be carried out.' -All mem bers are urged to be present. - FIVE HUNDRED CLUB MEET8 WITH MISS BLANCHE WHITE. The Five Hundred Club which plays for the benefit of the Woman's Home, will meet with Miss Blanche White at her home, 44 East Gregory street, on Thursday afternoon at. 3:30 o'clock. Members who will be unable to attend are requested to please no tify the hostess. The Store for WomenT EZjzoOujGSxOGdGOG tiho KoyinoQQ off ft ho We have exercised rare judgment in the selection of the Ready-to-Wear and Millinery that is being shown in our Store. Nothing but the best is being shown reproduction from the foremost Ladies style producers moderateness in price, quality considered. Our Ne w Spring Dresses There is distinctiveness and exclusiveness in every dress, hanging on the racks in our store Their charms speak louder than we can tell vou. All the new spring colors in all the $15 to $125- Our What woman does not appreciate something different? Your every de sire, (if you want a new sprng coatsuit) can be satisfied in our new showing he styles are correct- Every spring shade, in all the best materials. Price range $25 to $125. Our New spring Gap We know that you are glad that capes take the place of coats the new ones are beautiful. Your spring war drob should include one- Price range $1000 to $75. Our New Spring Skirts ...... The separate skirt is always included in a woman's wearing apparel, and always the one garment used most our line will meet your instant approval. Price range $7-50 to $37-50. PP Our New Spring Styles Are correct you can rest assured when you wear something from our store that it is the best or we would not carry it in stock- It's S;:5tb2 h Onr Stcier-Ccza fcrYcnsdli 8PECIAL MU8IC AT 8T. MICHAEL'S THIS EVENING Special musical selections will add to the attractiveness of the usual ser vices at St. Michael's church this eye ing at 7:30 o'clock. : Miss Emma Myers, of Indianapolis, will render a vocal solo and Mr. O'Brien Motta will play a violin ob ligate. Prof. A. C. Reilly will preside at the 'organ. ' V ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A' DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Manning,- 2503 North Baylen street are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a little daughter, who came to their home on Saturday, Match 8. PERSONAL MENTION. Cordially welcomed visitors in the city are Mr. I. T. Leas, .of Urbana, III, father of Mrs. I . C. Phillips, and Mrs. Emma Furst, of ' Muncie, arrived in Pensacola to spend several weeks as the guests of Dr. and Mrs: Phillips at their home, 1611 North Twelfth Avenue. .. Mrs. J. H. Goatley, who has been visiting in the city as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hlnson, at their home on Seventh Avenue, has departed for her, home in San Antonio, Texas. r Before returning she also visited' in Greenville and Montgom ery, Ala. Mrs. Goatley will be re membered by a large circle of friends as Miss Carmie Hlnson before her "marriage. ENTERTAINS WITH . FIVE HUNDRED PARTY. Mrs. A. M. Ebrenx was the charm ing hostess one afternoon last Week when' she delightfully ' entertained some triends with a Five Hundred party in honor of Mrs. F. A. Roehrig, of Grand Rapids, Mich, and Mrs. Louis C. Rady, of Biloxi. Miss., who are visiting in the city as the guests of relatives. The pretty home on East Hill was leading materials. Come see F O R G New Spring Suits OurNewSpringMillinery Our millinery section offers a diver sified selecton of the seasons choicest shapesSailors or small hats as you es ' prefer. Prices range $9.95 to $25- SPECIAL MONDAY. 4 stylesGingham, bresses4 styles- Assorted Patterns, sizes - ftp fit 16 to 42 .. 03u3 ' Extra charges will be made for all alterations on wash garments-r ; We also are showing ; a very, ele gant line of children's and misses Gingham Dresses, sizes 10 to- 18 years. , typical of early Springtime with Its lavish decorations, artistically carried out in,rth color scheme of green and White. . The apartments were fragrant with the perfume of the season's early blossoms used in profusion . and the Shamrock was used on the exquisite ly designed score cards. Progressive Five - Hundrded was played with five tables. Top score was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Rady. second score, by Mrs. Will Ferguson, third score by Mrs. Jack Brandon. As hon oree guests Mrs. F A. Roehrig was presented with a handsome comb, and Mrs. .. Louis C. Rady with a sterling silver tea strainer. At the close of the games a dainty salad and ice course was served. Among the guests 'who enjoyed this courtetsy were: Mrs.. F. A. 'Roehrig, Mrs. Lous C. Rady, Mrs. Elizabeth Rady, Mrs. Gus Ungerer, Mrs. Will Berry, Mrs. F. E. Commyns, -Mrs. - Will Ferguson, Mrs. Hugh Anderson, Mrs. Martin Merrittt, Mrs. Frand Anderson, Mrs. M. P. BonifaV, Mrs. Chester Sierre, Miss Louise Moreno and the hostess, Mrs. A. M. Ebrenx, who was assisted in entertaining by Miss Moreno. PROMINENT CHICAGO VISI8TORS GUESTS AT THE SAN CARLOS., Many Pensacolians will recall hav ing seen as a signature on gift cards the initials, A. G.. F, and in . books of verses the - names Agnes Greene Foster, and will learn with interest that this same charming authoress is visiting in the city as a guest of the San Carlos. 5 She and her husband, W. C. Foster, one of Chicago's " prominent business men, . enrouute to their home in , Chi cago from Paint Beach, . where they have . been spending the winter stopped over for a short time in Pen sacola where Mr. Foster has business intetrests. and expect to leave the city today at noon. Mrs. Foster is a native of Athens, Ala, and her life Is an inspiration to any girl. She has forged her .own way - and began " ? her career as a I teacher. .For several years Mrs. ' Fos- F AS HION S H OP them. Prices ranee 0 tter was reviewer for Harpers, and Houghton & Miffin. While there she compiled for them the Series of Mo saics. All of her writings are ' in an optimistic vein and are characterized by a subtle delicacy, tenderness, pur ity of thought and a deep under standing of the .heart things of life. MBy The Way, a book of travel of which she is the author is really com posed which .was inspired bv one of Foster during her travels and are ex quisitely beautiful in their expression of thought and sentiment. She possesses an unusually winning personality, a warm; rich sympathy, and a sweet, gracious character. She is intensely interested in her fellow man and is a true type of the wom an of the old South with the deeper and broader Ideals of the new Amer ica and has dramatic as well as lit erary talent to a marked degree. Among her possessions is a lovely painting by the well known painter, Ben Austrian, presented to her by him in appreciation of a poem she com posed whichr was inspired by one of the pictures seen in his studio. Of her works the Boston Transcript Portland Evenng . Telegram, Chicago Music News .and. other publications speak in most complimentary terms. Among her', publishers are the Book and Art Exchange, Paul Elder & Co, Hugh and Margaret Eaton, of . the Valhal Studi6, N. Y, and Cadmus Art Press. "You is considered by many to be one of her best short poems, and short verses of hers gathered at random on. Friendship give us a high ideal of . that, sacred , human relationship. IMPROVEMENTS EFFECTED AT'OSCEOLA CLUB. Society .finds the Osceola Club a delightful retreat and a charming place to entertain with the many new features 'which have been Introduced. The club has been completely reno vated and Improvements effected on a large scale for the coming season. For the, leasure -of the ladies of the club the ladies parlor will be so .ar- IBs! QQyOGO Dhowim Mora TCdto V X ranged that small and large card parties may gather there. ' A handsome painting In the likeness of Osceola, the Indian chief for whom the club was named hangs in the reading room. This painting is an exact reproduction of the stained glass window in the clubhouse and was presented to the club by the Pensacola Shipbuilding Co. The floods have all ben revarnished and waxed and the spacious ball room is a special attraction. The Pensa cola Shipbuilding orchestra furnishes muusic for the club's social activities. VICTROLA RECORDS NEEDED AT PEARL EAGAN HOME. A lovely victrola, the gift of lov-. ing friends -to the little children of the Pearl Eagan Orphans Home, In memory of a friend to children big and- little Miss Goldine Jacoby, stands in the bare living room of the home silent and is the only attrac tive piece of furniture of which this home for children who are supposed and were meant to have things gay and happy can boast. Perhaps some one who has plenty of records, and some to spare or old. ones for which they no longer care, on learning this, may with so little trouble and sacri fice add so much to the pleasure and brightness of the lives of these little ones who have been left in our care. With Spring coming ore perhaps in renovating their homes for the Sum mer season there are mattresses. rugs, pictures, shades, brie brae, curtains, etc, which may seem of lit tle value, .but would add so much to the comfort and brightness of the YfruCtiiim All dranrtatat Boa SB. Olatatmt 9 I m. m Sit. mm mm m mm m) mm mn mm m v.'M tev bare and spotlessly clean house which is the only home known to so many young lives. it The home is easily accessable by automobile and is not far from the car, line, being situated on East Jordoif street. Any records may be left foe the home at Reynolds Music store or with Miss Paula Hirschkovitz, phono No. 1248. v. 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Just try it Get ; three ounces qf orchard white at' any . pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fra grant lenlon lotion and massage ft' daily into the face, neck, arms and hands. It naturally should help to soften, freshen, bleach' and bring oat the roses and beauty of any skin. adv X tip?' M mm mm V9j -Ti m m tin i Mm r?