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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 7, 1919.
oe!ety news should reaeh The Journal
fi may use Phono N. 48. Ad res.
It editor The Journal.
THE GIRL WHO SMILES.
wind was east. andthe chimney
- r, L- p .
Kri the old brown bouse seemed
', dreary. , . ' . . , '
n0body smiled and nobody joked,
e young folks grumbled, the old
folks croaked,
They had come home chilled and
weary.
-hen opened the doou, and a girl came
In; ,,-
.... v home very;
Her nose was pug, and her cheek was
thin.
But her smile was bright and cherry.
st9 spoke not a word of the cold or
damp, .
Vo- yet of the gloom about her,
But she mended the fire and lighted
the lamp,
ind ehe put on the place a different
stamp
From that It had without her. ,
Tier forgot that the house was a dull
old place, '
nd smoky from base to rafter,
And the gloom departed from every
face, . ' t
As they felt the charm of her mirth
ful grace, -And
the cheer of her happy laugh
ter. ' ' '.
Oh, give me the girl that will smile
and sing.
And make all glad together!
To be plain or fair is a lesser thing,
But a kind, unselfish heart can bring
Good cheer in a darkest weather.
Exchange.
LOVELY DANCE FOR MISS
PATTERSON.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keyser charm
ingly entertained with a lovely dance
at their home on Palmetto Beach, last
evening in honor of their guest, Miss
Ella Vaughn Patterson, of New York
City.i about sixty-five guests from
Pensacola's younger society set and
he service enjoying the occasion.
The entire lower floor was thrown
together and the artistic . decorations
lavishly carried out with sweet peas,
ferns and handsome potted plants and
palms, created an atmosphere delight
fully suggestive of " summertime. Music
was furnished by Anderson-Douglas
orchestra and a delicious "salad and
ice course was served.
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
TEMPLE BETH-EL MEETS.
The Benevolent Society of Temple
Beth -El will meet at the Temple this
afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members
are urged to be present.
HILDREN a
Should not be "dosed"
for colds apply the
"outside" treatment-
'apohui;
nfOUSL BCS-YCti AO
Beautify the Complexion
tH TEN DATS
Nadinola CREAf.1
Th Untquakd Beautificr
USED AND ENDORSED Y
THOUSANDS
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pimples,
liver-spots, etc Extreme
cases twenty days.
RUs pores and tissues of impurities,
laves tha skin clear, soft, healthy.
-to sizes, ooia djt jeaamg toilet couth
'tt or mall.
'TIONAZ. TOILET COMPANY. farU. 7sk
THE CLOVER STUDIO
196 N. Palafox St.
The Place Where Kodax Finish
Is Well Done.
NAY'S
READY TO WEAR STORE
Udiu' Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses,
Hosiery and Hats.
Alsa finm Shsa RiDiirino.
2 East Wright. Phone 441.
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
usacola's Representative Store
Fresh Shipment
of
MarthaWashington
Candy
Just Received
90c lb.
i720 Pfccacs -1721 .
JIL
before 6 o'clock at nlaht Pat.
communlc-tlon. to the aoclV
y
WORKERS Ntrtrrtirn . a-f-
,H.DQUARTERS WOMENS
LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE.
With only a few days more in which
to make their quota and just a little
over half of the amount subscribed
the Escambia County Women's Lib
try loan committee have some hard
work ahead for thom it mnM
- . ... W WW ViUCli
do not respond to the need for work-
era, .rensacoia cannot go down in
history as having failed to make her
quota in the Victory drive and every
effort is being made to put her "over
the top."
Yesterday was a very good day for
Miss Mollie Brent and her workers
and the solicitors are meeting with
a more liberal and patriotic response
as the people realize the necessity of
the drive being put over.
Good reports are expected today from
Mrs. Dave Kusrelm an anI y,. nnw-
of workers which include: Mrs. Hirsch
Mrs. Moog, Mrs. Ike Heilborne, Mrs!
Levitan. Mrs. Sam Kahn, Mrs. Lep
'""i AwisB .Daisy nosenau, Mrs. Har
ry Wagenheim. Mrs. djmr vtw.A
Miss Ethel Friedman and a number of-
gins rromthe High School who have
volunteered their services.
BENEFIT DANCE AT K. OF C.
HALL FRIDAY.
Acordial invitation
one to attend the benefit' dance to be
given at - the Knights of rninmhn
hall Friday evening. Music will be
furnished by a selected orchestra and
all arrangements are being complet
ed to make of the dance a complete
success. v
WHAT PRICE ARE YOU WILLING
TO PAY FOR PEACE?
Are you willing to give your life
or ascrifice everything you have to in
sure world peace and democracy
through the coming ages? That has
already been done by our boys and
their loved ones and our wonderful
allies. Now we are to sacrifice? a few
luxuries, perhaps by subscribing to the
Victory loan (a safe and sound invest
ment for our soldiers) in order to
make safe and secure the object gain
ed by them.
Under the auspices of the publicity
committee for the Victory loan drive.
"The Price of Peace" is being shown
today at the Isis free of charge. This
is the first time that this, picture
depicting some of the most thrilling
scenes"! of the war has been released
to the public and ajl are urged to
avail themselves of this opportunity.
The picture closes with a husky
American soldier seen keeping "Dio
Watch am Rhine" and urges Ameri
ca to back him up with bonds.
' Fof those who have, -not hadL. the
opportunity of subscribing before Mrs.
Dave Kuggelman and her workers will
be - at the theatre to take any sub
scriptions. On May 9-10, another picture will
be shown at the Isis in the interests
of the Victory loan, "The Girl Wh
Stayed at Home" produced by D. W.
Griffith which reflects the spirit of th-
fighters who crossed the ocean and of
their womankind who stayed at home
in a series of scenes bringing out of
the humorous as well as the tragic
side of the war woven together in a
stirring romance of the times.
REGULAR MEETING
DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA.
The Daughters of Isabella will hold
their regular meeting in the K. of C.
hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock. A full
attendance is urged.
"BLUE RIBBON" TALKS
To appreciate the delicious flavor of
Blue Ribbon Vanilla you must use it in
your desserts. Next time try Blue
Ribbon Vanilla.
Cuticura Heals
Itching Burning
Skin Troubles
PORCHEIMER'
Fashion Shop
wishes to announce that all the gowns
worn by
MISS CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
. in
"The Road Thru the Dark"
are creations of
. LADY DUFF GORDON
Anyone wishing a duplicate of any ofthe gowns
worn by Miss Young can order samelhrough
them, as they are exclusive agents for Lady Duff
Gordon.
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BARRACKS
is made with this
reinforced Ob'
long. Cable'Cord
Buttonhole. An
exclusive feature
of .
jon folia rsl
TESTS
SISTERS OF PERPETUAL
ADORATION TENDER THANKS.
Reverend Mother M. Augustine and
the Sisters of Perpetual , Adoration
take this method of expressing their
thanks to Rev. J. E. McDermott, pas
tor of the Sacred Heart church, Rev.
R- Fullerton, Rev. C. Hartkoff, Rev. P.
Leonard, Rev. A. Sweeney, Rev. J.
Vervalke, Rev. P. Cullen, D.' D., the
Sisters of Charity the ladles who pro
vided, prepared and served, the dinner,
the Knights of Columbus the Daugh
ters of Isabella, the Holy Rosary . So
ciety, the choir of St. Michael's parish
and all their kind friends who have
helped so generously and kindly to
make the celebration - of Reverend
Mother's golden Jubilee a success and
a source of pleasure to everyone par
taking therein.
May Almigthy God bless and reward
them a hundredfold. The sisters will
pray for them in a special manner at
their hours of adoration during the
day and night, particularly during the
next fifty days.
WAGGENER-BROWN
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED."
The following interesting announce
ment has been received In the city
y. relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brown announce
the marriage of their niece, Blanche,
Brown, to Mr. Jasper Anderson Wag
gener, on Saturday, March 29th, Little
Rock, Arkansas.
Mr. Waggener who is the son of
Doctor and Mrs. R. Waggener, of
Washington, and a brother of Mrs.
Alez Zelius, Jr., of this city, served
as a lieutenant in the army and has
only recently been released from ac
tive duty. Mr. and Mrs. Waggener will
make their home in Bauxite, Ark.
LIEUTENANT AND MRS. GAGE
ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON.
' Lieutenant and Mrs. Fred Harrison
Gage (Elizabeth Bell) have announced
the birth of a son at the home of
Mrs. Gage's mother, Mrs. W. L. Bell,
902 Korth Palafox street., Tuesday,
May 6th. The little lieutenant will
bear, the name of Fred Harrison. Jr. ,
Mrs. Gage who is spending some
time with her mother was recently
joined by Lieutenant Gage who be
fore recently being placed on inactiva
duty was stationed at San Dlego(JiCal.
ENTERTAINS FOR
MRS. SURSACE.
Mrs. Robert C. Palmer was hostess
yesterday at her home, 1380 North
Spring street, when she delightfully
entertained some friends with after
noon tea in honor of Mrs. Henry
E. Sursace, of Washington, D. C, who
Is visiting In Pensacola as her guest.
MOTHERS' CIRCLE FIRST
METHODIST CHURCH
MEETS TODAY.
The Mothers' Circle of the First
Methodist church will meet at the
church Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock. All mothers of children in the
cradle roll and beginners' department
are cordially invited to attend.
MEETING OF CHRIST
CHURCH GUILD.
- The Guild of Christ Church will hold
their regular monthly meeting immed
iately after the regular services Wed
nesday. A full attendance is urged.
COIMfJCIW
TATE SCHOOL
NEXT FRIDAY
Dr. Harvey W. Cox, of the Univer
sity of Florida, dean of the teachers'
college and (professor of ., psychology,
will deliver the principal address at
the commencement exercises of the
James M. Tate Agricultural High
School at Gonzalez, Fla., on Friday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Cox is one of the leading edu
cators of Florida and all . are Urged
to hear his address, which will be
appropriate to the occasion. Diplomas
to the graduates will .be presented
by Professor J. T. Diamond, principal
of the school. County Superintendent
A S. Edwards and other county school
officials will be present and will make
short addresses.
Certificates of promotion will also
be awarded those passing from the
grammar to the high school classes.
An interesting part of the graduat
ing exercises will be the essays given
by the members of the class. Miss
Maude Baggett will give an essay on
the subject of "The Natural Resources
of Escambia County"; Miss Thelma
Tisdale, "The Ideal Home-Maker of
the Future"; Joseph P. Jennings, "The
Ideal Farmer of the Future."
On the evening of Thursday the
Jeffersonial Literary Society, compos
ed of pupils from the seventh and
eighth grades - and those of the high
school, will give a public program con
sisting of literary and musical num
bers and closing with a debate on
the question. Resolved, "That the Uni
ted States Should Conquer Mexico,
and Establish a Stable Government
There.' On the affirmative side,
Thomas B.BarIneaU, James C. Carter,
negative, Ernest M." Mason and Fred
Lee Jennings. " Mss Edna Bradfield
has charge of the musical program.
A cordial Invitation is extended the
public to attend all of the exercises.
The school has completed a full
eight months term and teachers and
pupils alike are to be congratulated
on the splendld w-ork accomplished.!
The school Is he only one of Its kind
in this part of the state and offers
a fine opportunity for girls and boys
to avail themselves of an education
with the practical training given in
agriculture and domestic science.
Members of the faculty for the past
term are: J. T. Diamond, principal;
Misses Myrtle R. Smith, Lude Fryer,
Edna Bradfield, Lucille Greene, Bes
sie Alcorn, Pearle Davis. Trustees of
the school are: R. P. Wilder, C. F.
Jennings, and W. L. Sessoms.
IMPORTANT MEETING
G. I. A. TO B.OF LE.
An all day session of the G. I. A to
the B. of L. E-, will be held at the W.
O. W. hall, corner Baylen and Romana
streets, today beginning at 10 o'clock
this morning and continuing Until 5
o'clock this afternoon. . Inspection will
be made and officers from he Grand
Lodge present will be: Mrs. J. R.
Bailey, of Buffalo, (N. Y., Mrs. J. W.
Alsup, of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs.
W. R Crittenden, Of Knoxville. Tenn.
Face Peeling Habit
Becoming Fashionable
Women of fashion and refinement seem
to have been aoquiring the mercolized
wax habit, depending less and leas upon
cosmetics for their complexion difficul
ties. It do a seem a lot saner to Just peel
off the wornout skin when it loses tta
Couthfal color and appearance now
hat this can be done so easily, safely,
painlessly and economically.
There" no trouble getting mercolized
wax at any drug store (an ounce will do),
elnoe ite virtues have tooome generally
known here, and there's no trouble using
it juat as you uae cold cream, applying
at night, washing it off next morning.
The wax takes off the old scarf skin, in
tiny flakes, a little each day. The new
under-akin which gradually appears, ia
?reivety soft and beautifully white, rad
ant with girlish loveliness. Any surface
trouble like pimples, red or yellow patch
es, freeklee, etc., vanishes of course with
the dii.rded cuiiole.
SAN CARLOS
MAIN CAFE
Club Breakfast . . . . . ...... .35c and up
served 7 to 10
Luncheon .............. 60c and 75c
served 12 to 2:30
Dinner .$1.00.
served 6 to 8:30
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Dinner DeLuxe : . $1.50
served 12 to 8:30
Service a la Carte at Grill Room Pre
War Prices
Coffee Shop and Grill Closed for Summer.
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What tetter
breakfast for
the kiddies
than
on steaming hot
cakes; Peacock
Syrup is a dain
ty tlend o corn
and cane. Makes
children plump
and rosy. Satis
fies their crav
ing for sweets.
SOUTHERN SYRUP
COMPANY
BIRMINGHAM
MONTGOMERY
JACKSON
The
Red
Label
Can
at your
Grocer's
I
DR0PSYSPEC1ALIST
Usually gives quick re
lief, have entirely relieved
many seemingly hopeless
cases. Ewelling and shori
breath soon gone. Often
gives entire relief in 15 to
25 das's. Trial treatment
Fsent FREE. DR THOM.
ASE. GREEN. SUCCES
SOR TO DR. H. II.
5REEN-S SONS, Box B. Chatsworth.
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Personal Mention
Mr. Alfred Marx, of New Orleans,
is spending several days in Pensacola
on business,-'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lurton left this
week for New Orleans,' where they will
enjoy visiting for a short time.
Mrs. James Grasety, of Greenville,
Miss., has returned home after visiting
in the city as the guest of her sister,
Mrs. R. S. Quina.
Mr. ' and Mrs. George Peagler,
(Marion Avery) and children, of
Montgomery, are visiting in the city
as the guests of Mrs. Peaglers parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A M. Avery.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cov
ington, who are now at Eagle Lake,
South Florida, will be glad to know
that Mr. Covington's health is contin
uing to slowly improve.
Friends are cordially welcoming
home Private Frank J. Little, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Little, who has
Jnst returned after two years service,
including several months overseas.
Friends are welcoming home Mrs.
Ruth " Crabtree, who , has returned to
Pensacola after- several months spent
in the mountains of North Carolina,
and are glad to note that she is won
derfully improved in health.
Mrs. W. P. Shepard, daughter,
Catherine, and son, Billy, have re
turned to their home in DeFuniak
Springs, Fla., after visiting in the city
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Shepard, at their home on Gadsden
street ;.!,- . .
Mrs. Alex Zelius, Sr., has returned
from Valdo&ta, Ga.. where she visited
as the guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chapman
Lewis. She was accompanied home
by Mrs. Lewis and little son. Chapman,
Jr., who will visit in the city for some
time before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Daniell, Mary
and Elizabeth Daniell, Catherine
Shepard, pf DeFuniak Springs. Lois
Coghill and Mr. and Mrs. Owen formed
a congenial party motoring to Atmore
the past week-end. Another party of
Pensacolians motoring to the little
Alabama city-, were Messrs. J. W. Dorr,
J. W. Malone and Messrs. Rozier.
Mrs. Walter Coney has departed
for Tallahassee, Fla., where she is
visiting as the guest of friends. From
there she will go to . Savannah, Ga
where She will spend some time as the
guest of Mr. Coney's mother, expect
ing to later go to Staunton, Va., where
she will join her daughter, Mary, who
will accompany her to the mountains
of Virginia, where they will spend the
remainder of the summer. , . ,
Friends will be delighted to learn j
that a wireless has been received from
Mr. Clarence Frenkel, U. S., that he
will arrive in New York today on the
U. S. S. Columbia, and after receiving
his honorable discharge ".' will return
home, expecting to arrive in Pensacola
within a few days to Join Mrs. Frenkel
who has been making her home here
during his absence.
Mr. Frenkel was in the 329th Inf..
7Sth Division, from where he was
transfered to the Grove Registration
Service, general headquarters, Tours,
France.
Friends are cordially welcoming
home Corporal Sidney Mcintosh, ,32 In
fantry, U. S. A., who has returned
after a year's overseas service. -
He was with the 332nd, in Italy, in
the Italian offensive on the Piave river
and his regiment was part of the
forces that advanced into Austria and
guarded what Is now the present
boundary between Italy and Austria.
They also occupied Flume. .
After the return, of his regiment
from overseas they paraded in New
York, marching down Fifth avenue in
platoon formation. They also paraded
in Cleveland, where they were guests
at a big banquet.
K wonderful part of their experience
abroad was when the regiment was re
ceived by the king of Italy and General
Diaz, commander of the Italian armies.
The entire regiment was decorated by
the Italian government with the Ital
ian campaign bar, which is only given
to troops serving for more than six
months on the Italian front.
Judge Makes Erroneous
Prediction Regarding
Lawyer
"About one clean shirt is all I
thought he would ever wear. He had
fallen away, to a nmre shadow; was
as yellow as saffron and often doubled
up with pain. Doctors continually gave
him morphine and were about to ope
rate for gall stones. Hayr's Wonder
ful Remedy quickly restored him to
perfect health again." It is a sim-
Jple, harmless preparation that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the infiamation which
causes practically all stomach, liver
and intestinal ailments, including ap
pendicitis. One dose will convince or
money refunded.
Crystal Pharmacy and Druggists
Everywhere. Adv.
WHEN TO GATHER ROOTS AND
HERBS.
For medicinal purposes, roots and
herbs should be , gathered when their
medicinal properties are at their best.
For instance, roots of annual plants
should be dug Just before their flow
ering season, and roots of biennial or
prennial plants after the tops have
dried. All these things are taken into
consideration in gathering the roots and
herbs, many tons of which are used
annually in preparing that most suc
cessful of all remedies for woman's
ills, Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable
Compound. Adv. '
TRADE MARK
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The City of
GOODRICH
m
Akron. Ohio
"Spoiling the
Ship for a
penny's worth of
Tar"
You know the old
saying Don't let this
happen to our Ameri
can Ship of State.
Our country has
never stood higher in
the eyes of the world
than it does today; A
place second to none
among the nations has
come to us a place in
the sun calling upon
us Americans to be
teachers and expon
ents instead of follow
ers. We fought- to make .
the world a decent
place to live in, now
we must pay to keep
the world a decent
place to live . in the
eyes of all people are
upon us, we must put
this Victory Loan over
in double quick time.
Remembsr, 4 3-4 -'
a quarter more this
time, and with' Ameri-
ca's whole' resources '.
behind you. Do it
now. Do your bit to
wards steering our
American Ship o f
State towards the
greatest smooth sail
ing prosperity the
world has known;
and finish this war in
a businesslike way. 7 i
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