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THE PENSACQLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MOKNING, MAY .1, 1919.
society newt should reach Th Journal before 6 o'clock at night. Pat ran may Phono No. 43, Ad res communications to the aocU etv editor Tho Journal. TsaDIE KUGLEMAN HONOR G UE8T AT LOVELY "FARMER pARTY" AND MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER. 0ne of the moat charmingly original d lovely affairs given this season , "Farmer" party and mis . ianeous shower with which Misses -la Hirschkovitz, Hazel Jacoby, Eva '.run and Sybil Kahn entertained in 3W . . . a . -.A 11.. , jane's sweet onajBci . It pring street, last evenms. 1 XV I'd flowers, gieearrj iuw tod converted the pretty home into . charming woodland setting for the wene of the party, and the guests, which included between thirty and forty of Miss Kugelman'a girl friends. ane attired in overalls and pinafore a-irons. Great bowls Of water lilies, nJa'nolias, daisies, nasturtiums, pan daisies, and sweet Das filled the rooms with their fragrance, and a large placard bearing the sign. "Fool Farming in Franiclia, which place the groom-elect will take his brids to reside, greeted the guests upon their entrance. Vocal and instrumental- music was enjoyed all during the evening, and i very interesting game, the object of which was for the guests, blindfolded, to pin tbo whiskers 6n the farmer, symbolized by a large drawing on One side of the room, was played. After the game the apartments were thrown ensuite, disclosing to view the dining room where the Shower was held, and in the center of which, on a round table, was an exact minature o' a country home, a Quaint log house covered with old-fashioned rose vines, minute in every detail. Flowers were blooming on the grassy lawn, ducks nwlmmlr.tr !n a nearby pond, row's were in the barnyard, haystacks were sem in the distant' fields, and even a ferocious bulldog was chained to his house in the yard. Enclosing the who'.3 vpk a neat little rail fence. In one corner of the room was a large l;:iystack, which, when raked down by little Miss Janice Guhdersheimer, attired as a farmerette, was found to contain a beautiful assortment of lovely gifts for the bride-elect. A de licious salad and sweet course was served the guests, and refreshing punch diper.sed with a dipper from an oaken I'ucket hanging in an old-fashioned, moss-covered well. - - Another game which was the source of much merriment, was the story of ;he bride and groom-elect, told with the names of vegetables.. The cards wii'n the questions were hand-painted with vegetables tied with green rib lion and adorned with ,tlny yellow chich. Questions asked on thetn were; 1. Wh:it ,v. bride's naxuc?. . " .: thv i wm'tf : dim ? '. Vciuit b t ie rival naoieT t ' Tr:t wpt the " bride's father's -. u-iove- V..:i toct.a. met hor? 'it; t strf-t In Paris did trey Lb fht time? ' ' v hat r.tak'-s walking hard .for the "h? nave - a churct' V-r.at parson will marry them? What will they say after the i r Tiding? 10 T. .. the color of the bride's sir; : Vl.erc .-;0.)"i ril; ti. go on . their . thay build their the, nswes: , Jrusalem Pep 4. Tomato; 5, Rhu- -1 tZt. T. Cat ? .oupe; 8, Pars- u-ut.ce.. S-es,; 10, Mustard Greens; ll, Olive; 12, Turnip Greens. MAY DANCE AT SAN CARLOS TONIGT. One of the dances of the week being anticipated with much pleasure is the Jiay Day dance being given by the members of Company "D," of the Patriotic League, Miss Jeanie Know H leader, at the San Carlos this even ts, beginning at 8 o'clock. A cordial Citation is extended everyone to at snl An excellent program of music be rendered by O'Brien Motta's stra, and ' chanerones for the evening will be Miss Elizabeth C. Warns, executive secretary of the g'Je; Lieutenant and Mrs. L. Earle ornton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyer. Mf- and Mrs. E. C. MaxwelL Mr. Leo A- Waters will be floor manager. ENTERTAINED FORMALLY. Mrs. Ellis Knowles charmmgly en t?a;ned at her home at the bayshore f- afternoon this week, compUment me of the ladies from the navy rari with a prettily appointed 'tea. H ADD IE Extra .-Pine-;.. Large Jars, i 75 c MY PAL- The following poem, written, by Harry C. Hervey, Jr., of Houston, Texas, a nephew of C. B. Hervey tof this city, which Was published in the Houston Post, portrays in its lines an Understanding and feeling of com radeship exquisitely expressed and will be read with interest by a num ber of friends in Pensacola: mwmv a.v.v ii4 A I ailD, 4 And then the long, dark, lonely night ' ' Or, is your death a sacrince; Its inspiration lost to Bight t Of man Is yours a Journey through the night. Along some dark, fOrbrtTding. trail , Or had your eyes that visioning Which sees beyond the blackest veil Some light? ts your reward a wooden cross In fields where purple iris grow er is there far above your mound Some secret that we do hot know Exists? I saw you tall. The reddest fight Was raging where your body fell; I knelt beside you where you lay; , Your words were not of heavn or " hell ; ; - ''' . . But her. And words need not be word3 of tongue. For your eyes tell more than lips e'er speak: And your eyes spoke a- word to me 1 A lone tear trembled on your cheek) Of her, Oh, Pal, as flowers fringe yOur grave, As night winds o'er your ashes sigh, I -wonder if your girl remains In faith to love's enduring tie : Or not? - Oh, Pal. you gave the best you had, Tou played the silent hero's part. Without a hero's gilded badge, And your idols locked in your heart Untouched. Oh, Pal, you left behind your- girl. Your friend your mother's kisses, too: n ' You left behind the rose's blush, And .other, thing3 I never knew And life. r, 'TMi you left behind all this; "Trt? vorld will soon forget you died; Bit I hall not forget, old Pal, To.; will always be at my side Alive. 1 feJOY PICNIC AT QAYVIEW. A delightful outing, with bathing, boating, and picnlo dinner served, was enjoyed by a nCTmber of the A. V. Clubbs grammar school children at Bayview last Saturday. ' Those com posing the jolly party were Mary Dan iells, Mary Lee Lamar, Jessie Hall, Amanta Semmes. Emily Semmes, Dorothy Yonge, Edna Clark, Clifford Clark, Miriam Meyer, Walter White, Chas. Levy, D. I. Bennett. Warren Pierpont, Allen Gant, Frank Reilly,. The party ws chaperoned by Miss Miriam- Windham. "MIKADO" SCORES BIG SUCCESS AT MILTON. The "Mikado," the charmingly pic turesque Japanese comic opera which has been shown with such success In Pensacola under the direction of .E. G. Oxenham, made quite a hit with a large Milton audience when they played in - that town last Saturday night v - The cast was the same as when shown in Pensacola, with the excep tion of Yum-Yum, played In a cleve and fascinating manner by Miss Erie Williams; Pish-Tush, by Lieutenant Pryor, U. S. iN who took the part in - a profesional and masterful man ner, and the part of the "Mikado- was taken to perfection by Ensign Leggett, U. S. N. The Pensacola Players' Club, under whose auspices the play was given, has greatly enlarged since its first organization, and included In Its mem mership are some of the city's jnost talented musicians, with many from elsewhere.' Officers of the club are E. G. Oxenham, president! Miss Donna Jones, vice president; Miss Mollie Sanchez, treasurer; Leo A. Waters, secretary. , KURFRIAN-MURRAY WEDDING AT ST, MICHAEL'S. A pretty marriage quietly, solemn ized .at Et. Michael s Roman Catholic church yesterady morning, at 11:30 nviork. was that of Miss Daisy Mur ray, the attractive daughter of Mrs. B. J. Murray, to Mr. George Kupfrian, Reverend Father Filllerton officiating. The bride was charming in a chic spring traveling suit of navy blue georgette model, with accessories to match. Mr. Edward Torence was best man. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kupfrian eft for an ex tended wedding tour, including St Louis, Kansas City, Denver. Colo., and other Interesting points, after wnicn they will return to pensacoia iu their home. , Mrs. felo McAllister -lim HOSTESS TO FORTY-TWO CLUB. ATr v-rtn McAllister will be hostess to the Forty-Two club at her home on North Spring street Friday noon at the usual tone. INTEREST. -IN CARNEGIE WEDDING. The: Carnegie-Miller wedding, which took place last week in New York, was one Of the most unostentatious that ever brought into matrimonial alli ance two of America's multi-millionaire families. Nevertheless, public in terest in the function was manifested in various ways, and on the wedding day the high iron " fence surrounding kee & St PaUl road. It is worthy of avenue desiriou3 of catohuig a glimpse of the heiress to the Carnegie millions and the young naval ensign who has won her heart and hand. The two . youhgpeople who were wedded Tuesday are interesting, chiefly because of their great wealth, and further because of the fact that the bridegroom will in the course of time become master of one of the greatest fortunes) in America, providing that Mr. Carnegie does not give away hia remaining millions to avoid the "dis grace" of dying rich. The bride Is the Only child of An drew Carnegie, the Scotch emigrant lad who landed at Pittsburgh virtually penniless, and when still In the prime of life was able to retire with one of the largest personal-fortunes in America, as a result of his faith in the future of the iron and steel Industries. An heiress to the many millions of her father, as well as a young person of much wealth in her own right, Mrs. Miller has had little concern" with society, and is known better among her friends as a worker for varying civic and philanthropic causes. ,, The "iron master's" purposes, it Is said, was always to bring up his- lovely daughter a a straight-forward, genu ine, unspoiled American girl. Those who know the youthful bride declare that he succeeded as few fathers with millions ever . succeeded in training their children. Mrs. Miller has just paseds her 22nd birthday. At the age of 1 9 she made her formal debut at a reception given at the Carnegie mansion. But she has never taken the slightest interest; in the doings of what is termed "high society." Her only, intimates are a few all of them girls whose acquaintance she made while attending Miss Spence's school in New York city, where she1 received her education" and where she was graduated with honors in 1916. Even in her school days she took an active interest in social and philanthropic movements and for two years before her graduation she held the position of vice president of the Armstrong league, art organization which has .for its purpose the dissem ination of information regarding the dependent races, particularly the In dian and negro. ' 4 Ensign Roswell Miller, TJ. S. N., Is a few years the senior of his bride. He is the son of the late Roswell Miller, a prominent' western capitalist and railroad man, who for many years was president of the Chicago, Milwau Andrew Carnegie, began life a poor mention that Roswell 'wliller, Sr., like Saturday for New Orleans and points boy and worked his way to the top. After he had amassed a fortune he became much Interested in the de velopment of foreign commerce. With the death of the elder Miller the 86n took up the management of his father's affairs and retains a large interest in western railroads. When the war -with Germany began he shelved his personal affairs. Joined the Ameri can ambulance corps and went to France. Afterward he enlisted in the navy, trained at Columbia univesity and obtained a commission as an en sign. For many months he was in ac tive service on a submarine chaser in the squadron patrolling the waters off Long Island. His brother, Charles R. Miller, has been with the liaval avia tion unit at Princeton university. YESTERDAY GOOD DAY AT HEADQUARTERS ESCAMBIA, COUNTY WOMEN'S LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE. Despite the Inclement weather yes terday was a very good day at the headquarters of the Escambia County Women's Liberty loan committee. Workers are urgently needed and every woman in Pensacola who wishes to see our late war victory carried to a successful close Is urged to as sist In every possible way to "put over the top" our "Victory" drive. Under the able leadership of Mrs. J. S. McGaughy, captain for today assisted by Mrs. I. H. Aikjen and their corps of workers good . reports are expected today. BENEFIT DANCE AT SAN CARLOS GREAT SUCCESS LAST EVENING. The dance given at the San Carlos RORCHEIMER'S FASHION The Store for Women Is Today All Nature is budded forth in its Springtime array. - We offer the women of Pensacola a choice selection of the season's wearables from the foremost style creations of the - country Suits - Dresses - Millinery Our Today's Special 2 SPECIAL $2.98 Values $5 Fruit-Juices En Vials Ji3y-jen Cav ers come sealed in glasa-a bottle in each fteckase. E&ctt i H& . Bence, condensed from fruit juice. Add boiling water, then this essence", fend you" have a reaMxuit gelatine dessert, and at trifling cost. You should know this fruity dainty v 10 flavors, est Vour Grocer's 2 Packagm for 25 Ctnta last evening for the benefit of the ladies of the Womans Home, proved t a wonderful success in every way despite the inclement weather prevail ing. The music, rendered by O'Brien Motta's orchestra was excellent Mr. EL ii. Weatherlow was floor manager attd Mrs. John A. Mffltt MrS. H. A. Brosnaham, Mrs. C. Ray Mitchell Mrs. Bryan Dunwodyj Mrs. Henry Hyer, Mrs. F. B. Hagermari and Mrs. R. A. Hyer served as chapefohes for the evening. LARGE CLASS INITIATED BY DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA. - ' About forty candidates were initiat- j ed by the Daughters of Isabella with ! elaborate ceremonies in the K. of C. hall last evening. After the Initiation : the old and new members adjourned to the banquet hall where light refresh ments , were served and ' a delightful, social evening was Bpent. Miss Josephine Bowes was chairman of the refreshment and entertainment committee and Mrs. Helen Anderson, Grand Regent had charge of the Ini tiation ceremonies assisted by the fol lowing officers. Mrs. Thomas Burn ham, (acting for Mrs. John Massey) vice Grand Regent Miss Josephine Bowes, prophetess, Mrs Katherine Borras, monitor, Mrs. Adele Willough by, lecturer, Mrg. Elizabeth Rady, treasurer, Mrs. Jack Brandon, financial secretary. The music was in charge of Miss Katherine Motta. - MEETING MISSIONARY CALENDAR SOCIETY POSTPONED. The meeting of the Missionary Cal endar Society of tho Gadsden Street Methodist church which was to have "DANDERINE" FOR FALLINGS' HAIR Stop dandruff and doubly beauty of your hair for few cents . . : Dandruff causes a feverish irrnaUot of the scalp, the hair roots shrlnw joosen and then the hair comes ou) j fast To stop falling hair at once ac.4, i rid the scalp of every particle of dan- j druff, get a small bottle of Danderine ! at afay drug store for a few cents, poun i a little In your hand and rub It into-M the scalp. After several applications the hair stops coming out and you can't find any dandruff. 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This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. , If you are shiggist and "all knocked out," if "you liver is torpid and bowels consti pated r you haVe headache, dizziness, coated tohgUe-, if breath is bad or Btomach sdtir, just try a sboenful o; harmless Dodsort's Liver Tone to night '--, ; " Here's my guarantee Go to any drug Stbre fend get a bottle of Dodson's LlVer Tone for a few cents. Take a I wish to inform my friends, customers and the public in general that I have not sold or closed my shop, or have any intention of doing either at the present, and that my busi ness Will continue Under the same conditions as heretofore, and anyone circulating rumors to the contrary will be liable for making false statements, , - E. E. CHATTMAN, Owner. EDWIN CHATTMAN'S- ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR SHOP Authorized Repairers U. S. Government. Near Main Gate to Naval Air Station, Warrington, Fiai been held this afternoon has been post poned until next Thursday, when it will be held with Mrs. James Geralds at her home on Mallory street at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. 3 3.S6 ? Personal Mention m Ensign and Mr. E. M. Harrison left yesterday at boon lor Boiling Green, Ky., where they will make their home. Ensign Harrison, who was stationed at the Pensacola naval air station, has recently been placed on inactive duty. Mrs, H. " A. Brosnaham will leave Saturday .for Ne wOrleans and points ilJgJMMlSl 1 1 i ." .... ,.. Lime Cola gives you all you like in the good cola drink, plus the tonic value and delicious flavor of pure lime juice. Cheering and refreshing, Lime Cola contains exactly the right amount of healthful lime juice1 to give a pleasing -tang. Try it when thirsty or weary. lime Cola in sterilized bottles reaches you fresh 'and pure. Ask for it wherever drinks are served spoonfui and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous I want, you to go back to the store and get your money. Dod son's Liver Tone is destroying the Bale of calomel because it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore ( it can not salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone will put your Sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile and constipat ed Waste which is clogging your sys-' f-em and making you feel miserable. i guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will keep your entire fam ily feeling fine for months. Give It tff your children. It is harmless! doesn't! gripe and they like Its pleasant tasti V in Mississippi, where she will visit as the guest of friends expecting to be abent from the city several weeks. Friends of Mrs. A. M. McMillan, who not long lnce returned home from the hospital, where she was quite ill, will be glad to know that she is. Continuing rapidly to improve and 16 now able to be up. Otto L. Cook, of Birmingham, Ala,. Is spending several days in the city on business, and while here is making his home at the San Carlo. Friends will be delighted to learn of the arrival in New York of Lieu tenant Albert Laney, son of Mrs. C. H. Laney, and that he is expected home in a short time. Lieutenant Laney has been In active overseas ervice- for the past year. 1 ' r - f 1M. 7? IN BOTTLES .ONLY OWN YOUR HOME Investigate our plan--Pensacola Home and Savings Association. Trox ROX Kodak Finishing Picture Frtmtaa KodaM and Films - Anseo Cameras Let Ud Make Yea llaka Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE The Parlor Market Hem ot All That's Pure" Fresh Western Meats POULTHV, ECGS AND. (SrtEEN GROCERIES PHONES 174 DAVIS AUTO REPAIR CO. Automobile Repairing Washing, Polishing, Storage 21. Romana St. Mayes' Printing Co. Office Supplies 17-19 W. (Government Phone 181 Build a Home First ! Campaign Now On in Pensacola. Steams Lumber Co. Chattman's Electrical Shoe Shop For Quick and Reliable Work Warrington, Fla. Just Try a Pound of WARFIEIJLVS COFFEE. Phone 1556. E. B. Hoffman & Son - SELLING OUT Best Goods. Lowest Prices. 57 East Gregory. Phone 825 Elebash .Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to s Peter Lindenstruth 1 12 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped wita scales and consumers will t-iease exact correct weljrht and reuort nv dlunurlM at driver to office. Phones Si c 8$9. , SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For Rest and 'Neatest Work in Repairs. AH Work Guaranteed' 321 North DeVillier Street. Phone 2032 London Woolen Mill Made to "Your IndiridaJ Order 7 aouth i.i y.w .YOUR FALL SUIT $15 an McCann's Tire and Repair Shop Phone 404 113 North PaLtfox Street f Pensacola Launch & Ma chine Co. WILLARD SERVICE STATION Wiiljrd Storage Batteries and Re pairs of all Make Batteries Two Sets Marine Ways Machine Shop In Connection. JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating 16 West Government Street Phone 534 GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP Fine Shoe Repairing 111 North Palafox. Phone 416 EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store