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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1919.
5 i pcrty newt should rtach Th Journal before 6 o'clock at night. Pat- ' . ... Phana No. 4S- Ad reaa ummunlriHuni h rons i " - y - - - - ... ... - ..... - etv coiwr . .... . SSCZDi I AU Leather MMg&XrT-- III Cmiy SpecMS ' f ' I " DAWN (We will attack at 4 A. M." - -rhe hour of dawn is the hour of death t know by the gas In the morning s breath; ' . k.iow by the cannon' racking scream, By the rifle's click, by the bayonet's cream; . . , trow by our crouching, hushed platoon That the hour is" near, that the hour is soon when we'll leap the top to the shibbo- lne hour of dawn is the hour of death I ihe hour of dawn is the hour of life! V new world springs from the womb of strife! world uncursed by autocracy's brood; world of beauty and brotherhood: world made true to a holy plan t The reign of love, the rule of Man It is hate and lust and war we knife i he hour of dawn is the hour of life ! Daniel M. Henderson. COLYE-GOODE INTERESTING NUPTIAL EVENT IN MOBILE. The marriage of Miss Mabel Goode, & popular society girl of Mobile, to Major Randolph Coyle. U. S. M. C. was an in teresting social event of Thursday in the Alabama city. Major and Mrs. Coyle" are hoth well known In service and civilian foriety in Pensacola. Of the ceremony the Mobile Register rrvs: A wedding of much prominence n social and diplomatic circles in the South pad East and everywhere the bride and p-nom have visited and traveled, was foiemnized with great beauty on the eve ning of Thursday, the eighth of May, at half-past ight o'clock at the Govern ment Street Presbyterian church. Mo bile. Alabama, when Mrs. Khett Goode uave in marriage her daughter, MabeL to Major Randolph Coyle. United States Marine Corps. The interior of the stately Presbyterian rlnirch was garlanded with Southern sroilax and decorated with a profusion cf palms and ferns and calla lilies, the nitire gallery having graceful trimmings tf the smilax. while the feathery ferns rnd talk palms banking the pulpit had the Stars and Stripes, the Deautirui nag r our eountrv for a background. The l-.ce draped priedieu-was just beneath ale lilies, which were held In tall whlta wicker vases, giving added beauty to the i.'eeorative effect. As the representative assembly of wed ding guests from this and other citios were being ushered to the pews market . off for them, a beautiful program r music wa rendered, arranged by the director of the choir of the church, Mrs. t'mma La Prade Tarn. Dr. P. J. 21. Acker, Dr. W. W. Per due. Mr. Frank Overall. Mr. Wm. H.. Monk, Jr., Mr. Homer Flinn, Dr. Charles Kowlkes, Mr. Walter Horn, Mr. J. B. j L'avis, Mr. Benjamin Campbell, Mr. Wm. B. Taylor, and Mr. George A. Creaxy came down the left aisle and the grooms men. Col. George F. Connelly, Captain tJraf ton Kennedy. Major Isbam Kimball. Captain Gilman Winthrop, Captain John O. Hush, Lieutenant Wm. Peck, Lieuten ant Thomas Darden, Lieutenant Taylor 1'eck, and Captain Palmer, with die groom and his best man, who was his trother, Major Radford Coyle, came from the Burgett Memorial. The groomsmen advancing up the right aisle, met the bride and her mother, and preceded them to the altar where the groom, with Major Coyle and Dr. Du Bose, awaited tr.em. The picture of the wedding party was one of great dignity and beauty, the groomsmen wearing the service uni forms; the ushers in evening dress, and ne groom and his best man in white uni forms, all wearing boutonnieres of valloy lilies. Major Coyle wore on his uniform lUs foreign service chevrons, campaign ribbons, marksmanship insignia and car ried the marine corps sabre of the fam ous Mameluke hilt. This was awarded the marines in the Abyssinian campaign. The bride was very lovely in her short girlish evening dress of white tulle, the skirt ruffled to the waist and ending in a silver girdle. Her long court train of tuule and silver cloth was bordered with (jrange blossoms, and a coronet of orange blossoms was the finish o the long tulle veil which fell gracefully and enveloped ier girlisl figure. An old-fashioned round bouquet of lilies of the valley completed this most exquisite bridal attire. -Mrs, Goode was very handsome in her :r-ss of white satin and silver lace, witfi its long pointed train, her gown being t".e one worn on the occasion of the -silver wedding celebration marking twenty-five ears of happy wedded life . enjoyed b l'r. Goode and herself. Around her throat the wore a superb colar of pearls and diamonds and a white aigrette In her hair, rnd carried a bouquet of peonies. ' The groom's mother. Mrs. Randolph Cole the second, the major being the tnira member of this old "Washington family the Coylea having lived - there continuously since ', 1801--was present at this Interesting marriage ceremony of her son, and wore an elegant gown ot tray brocaded silk w ith trimmings of cut steel and crystal, the overdress being a French chantilly shawl draped gracefully from the shoulders. The beautiful Epis copal wedding service was used and after the pronouncing of the blessing the Men delssohn wedding march was played for the recessional as the bridal party left the church, the bride and groom being followed by Mrs. Goode with the best man Major Radford Coyle, and the groomsmen going out with other members of ihe family, including Mrs. Harrison Hutton and Miss Natalie Hutton, of Detroit, aunts of the bride, Mrs." Coyle, the groom's mother, and Mrs. Radford Coyle. of Washington, D. C.. Mrs. Matthew Brewster of New Orleans, and Mrs. Ken nedy from Fort Morgan, who were all among the out-of-town guests. The wed ding party, following the ceremony, were entertained at the Goode home, 60 St. Emanuel street, and the house decorations matching the green and white color tone of the wedding was beautiful with bride's rcses and waisies banking the mantlus and lining vases, paying tribute to the sweetness and purity, of the bride. In the dining room where an Ice course was served, the table had for Its centerpiece a silver basket overflowing with bride's roses; the silver candlesticks and crystal shades and tuUe bows enhanced Its love liness, and at either end of the table were the bride's and groom's cakes which the bride cut with her husband's sword.' Many -congratulatory telegrams were received and read, many happy toasts were made as this union of the only daughter of the late Dr. Rhett Goode. a noted surgeon and public health authority in the South, to Major Coyle, a grandson of Rear Admiral Radford of the Uniteo States navy, and who has seen active service in China. Haiti. Mexico, and with the fleet In European waters during the period of the war, Is one of .wide-spread Interest everywhere they are known, and the favored wedding guests received dain ty little monogram cake boxes with the entwined cipher, C. G., as a souvenir ot the happy event, About midnight Major Coyle and hi bride left for a wddg trip on the coast. They will be gone about two weeks and will return here before going to Washing ton, D. C, where he has furnished a house in Georgetown, where they will go to housekeeping, and which will have among its furnishing the great array oi beautiful wedding presents . received by Mrs. Coyle here In her own home , city, end those awaiting their arrival k. Washington, which have been sent by In terested friends from all parts of the country. Major Coyle has been detached from the fleet and stationed with the navv department at Washington, so his arrival there with his Southern bride If MEN'S SMART SUMMER OXFORDS THAT FIT WELL WEAR WELL .AND LOOK WELL R C H EI ME Boston Shoe Store DR. NOYES ATTENDING B. W. C. LECTURE IN MOBILE. - Dr. Mary E. Noyes left yesterday morn ing as a representative of the Business Women's Club of Pensacola, for Mobile. Ala., to hear Mrs. N. B. Price talk on the "Federation of Business and Pro fessional Women's Clubs." Mrs. Price and the Business Womens' Club of Mo bile extended a special invitation to Vr. Noyes to be present at the meeting to hear Mrs. Price talk and also be a guest of the Mobile Club during her stay thera The Business Women's Club of Pensa colua is making a special effort to reach the professional women of the city to vit them to attend their meetings and become members of the club. OAK GROVE NO. 4, W. O. W. CIRCLE TO MEET AT HALL SUNDAV Oak Grove No. 4. Woodmen Circle, re quests all members to be at the W. O. W. hall on West Garden street Sunday. iay 12th, at 3 o'clock p. m., to attend in a body the unveiling ceremonies. BENEFIT DANCE AT K. OF C. HALL, MAY 26. Big preparations are , being made fr a benefit dance to be given at the K. of C hall by the Daughters of Isa bella on the evening of Monday, May "8. Many tickets have already been sold and a large attendance is expected.- Music: will be furnished by O'Brien Motta's or chestra. All are cordially Invited to attend. reen prominent In social circles all throughout the South and East will be the occasion for much entertaining In Washington s exclusive circles, whre the groom who is a member of such a prominent family and who Is so well liked among all the high government of ficials, will receive the heartiest of con gratulations upon his marriage to this charming Southern belle. STUDENT OFFICERS DANCE who has AT COUNTRY CLUB BADLYDISFIGURED CfflA On Hands and Face. Burned and ItchedConstantly.CuticuraHeals. "Eczema broke out in small white pimples on my hands and face. They burned and itched con stantly and I irritated the parts by scratching and also lost sleep. The pim ples scaled over and were in blotches. I was badly disfigured. "I was bothered six months. Then I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment and after using three cakes of Soap and two boxes of Ointment I was healed.'' (Signed) Miss Barbara Pirtman, Dreyfus, Ky. Cuticura Soap to cleanse and pur ify, Cuticura Ointment to soothe and heal and Cuticura Talcum to powder and perfume are ideal for daily toilet purposes. uspte Etch Tn MmH. AMrwm poat-eard: 'Cmtcmr, Dapt. K, tortoa." Sold mnrvhan. Soap He. Ointment 25 and We. Talcum 2Se. Student officers of the Pensaocla naval sir station will entertain with their usual dellghtfwul week end dance at the Coun try Club tomorrow night. Music will' be furnished by the Fort Barrancas band. A MISTAKE MADE BY MANY. Don't wait for rheumatism to indi cate diseased kidneys. When you suf fer pains and aches by day and sleep disturbing bladder weakness by night, feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder should be restored to healthy, strong and regular action. It Is a mistake to postpone treatment. Foley Kidney Pills put the kidneys in sound healthy condition and keep them active and strong. Begin taking today. Good results follow the first dose. Sold everywhere. Adv. ISIS.giillllilS Personal Mention- 33 S 33 Mr. and Mrs. Jake Israel have as their guests at their home on North Barcelona street, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Is rael and little son, Gerson Marx, of Birmingham.' Friends of Sergeant Sydney Dannheis ser will be delighted to learn that news has been received by his mother, Mrs. Morris Dannheisser. of his arrival in the United St3tes from overseas duty.. Ser geant Dannheisser is now at Camp DIs. He was with the famous 82nd division and was engaged in the last four hard battles near the close of the war. ; He with another - member of the command, have Just completed a book based on their various experiences while "over HILDREN Should not be "dosed" for colds apply the "outside" treatment 'APORUE ... DON'T LET IT LINGER. A cough that follows la grippe or any other cough "that '"hangs on" from winter to spring wears down the suf ferer, leaving him or her in a weak ened state, unable to ward off sick ness and disease. Jos. Gillard, 148 Fill more street, Nashville, Tenn., writes: "I was suffering with a dry, hacking cough and pain in my chest, but since taking Foley's Honey and Tar I have been relieved. It soothes, heals and cures coughs, colds and croup. Good for whooping cough. Sold everywhere. Adv. ' there, a copy of which has Just been re ceived by bis mother. Fresh shipments received weekly of the two well-known and most popular of all Candies MART AN CHOCOLATES A delicious confection in a va riety that is a de!5ght to the cul tivated and refined palate. Pack ed in one pound boxes, )0C Special price TEMPTING FRUITS IN CREAM Pure, clean and wholesome. Rich maple and vanilla creams with fillings of walnuts, filberts, Bra zil nuts and peanuts. Packed in one pounds boxes. Qc Special price . . . ... . . tJU A High-Grade Candy at a Popular Price SPECIAL PRICE TODAY IN POUND BOXES TODAY Balckom Driui g Company Phone 19 "The Prescription Store" Phone 123 LESLIE FILLINGIM HOME FROM DUTY IN OVERSEAS SERVICE Private Leslie T. Fillingim has Just arrived home from overseas, having received his discharge at Camp Gor don. He enlisted May 16, 1917. at the age Of 17. and was drafted into the federal service August 17 of that year. He sailed for France June 20, last Knsitr., p f Hnhdrts. u s. N.. of tne 'year, ana tooK part in me enssemc" Pensacola naval air station, has been j in the Vosges sector, August, 25 to escaped injury and returns in good condition. During a part of the time of his service on the firing line, Mr. Fillin gim was with G. B. O'Neal, recently returned, son of Sergeant L. R. O'Neal, also of the local police department, who was twice wounded. placed on inactive duty and has return ed to his home in LatUi, S. C. Ens'gn Koberts was in Pensacola for some time and during his stay here made many friends who feel sincere regret at his departure. Mrs. 'J. B. Humphreys left Thursday night for Nashville, Tenn, where she will undergo treatment at a hospital. She was accompanied by her daughter, Ml.r Annie D. Humphreys. After Mrs. Hum phrey's recovery, which friends h-jpe may be soon, she and Miss Humphreys will visit with relatives and friends in points in Kentucky before returning home. Mr. Charles M. Allen has returned to his home at Dixie Landing at Magnolia Springs, Ala., after spending a week in the city, a guest at the San Carlos. Miss Etta Haley leaves today for Montgomery where she will enjoy visit ing as the guest of relatives and friend. Mrs. W. E. Anderson has departed for New York - city, accompanied by Miss September 2; St. Mihiel offensive, September 11-15; Meuse-Argonne of fensive, September 25 to October 3; "Verdun sector, October 16 to Novem ber 7, and Verdun sector offensive, November 8-11.' He was out of the United States exactly ten months. He Before '.Tte Mtmt Of Ifeisn's Gladnsss Vomsa Who Know Take Precaution Against Suffering. fL- j!? aft !:, ,--.--3 Suggestion for Camping Trip. ; Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before leaving home. As a rule it cannot be obtained When on a hunting, fishing, or pros pecting trip. Neither can it be ob tained while on board the cars and steamships and at such times and places it is most likely to be needed. The safe way is to have it with you. Adv. p2fiGi5j 6 Bell-ans X5-VL Ho water K lf -PH Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION "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. GILFILLAN SCOTT Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Beginners. Regular Weekly Lesson, One Dollar. Single Lesson, Two Dollars. The Clutter Music House. Phone 15. Before the arrival of the Stork, women for over half a century have learned the. wisdom of giving nature a helping hand.' beanng-nown ana .Nausea, nervousness. Modeste Hargis to meet Captain Warren J stretching pains -in the abdomen ana Anderson, who is expected to arrive n (muscles are jiitirely avoided by the use New York tomorrow from overseas duty, iff - Mother's Friend, according to the ,,. , lo vlc,f ,,, . (testimony of thousand of mothers who I lhey will also visit as the guests of have used this time-honored remedy. Mr. John Anderson, who is on the staff Mother's Friend lubricates the fine of The Saturday Evening Post. ..They i net-work of nerves beneath the skin, anJ I exnect to be absent from . th citv for lbv reeular use auring tne penoa mo about two weeks and on their return will be accompanied by Captain Anderson. Friends of Mrs. Gustave Cngerer, who has been quite ill for the past ' several weeks at her home. 618 North Alcanaz street, will be glad to know that she Is. reported as somewhat improved. . DELICATESSEN SPECIALTIES BOILED HAM CORNED BEEF ROAST BEEF ROAST CHICKEN ROAST PORK TONGUE CHICKEN SALAD POTATO SALAD KOSHER SAUSAGE IMPORTED CHEESES X720 Phcm 1721 PORCH EIMER FAS II I O N The Store for Women SHOP 115 South Palafox TODAY'S SPECIALS Radical Reductions in Spring and Summer Suits. The woman wishing a suit for a little price will do well to come here tomorrow. The season's best styles in the best of materials and colors. They have been grouped into four lots. Priced as folows: Lot 1 $19.89 Lot 2 $29.89 Lot 3 $39.89 Lot 4 $49.89 33 Discount on AU o ff Capes and Dolmans c " j t Even if you do not contemplate a purchase tomorrow, you are invited to drop in and see the many pretty new styles. You will be interested, we know, and it will be a pleasure to show you. Friends of Mrs. T. E.- Johnson, who recently left for Florence S. C, for her health, wil .be glad to learn that she is greatly Improved. She expects to he ab sent from the city about a month longer. nuiRf-lps are made and kett soft and elas tic. They can then expand gently andf easily when babv is Dorn ana pain ana danger at the crisis is naturally avoided. Mother's Friend is a . preparation of penetrating oils and other medicinal agents prepared especially for expectant mothers. It is for external use, is ab solutely safe and should be used regularly during the entire period before baby comes. . . ' rit to Brandfield Resrulator Com pany. Dept. A, Lamar Building, Atlanta. Georgia, for an interesting Motherhood rfnk- snd obtain a bottle . of Mother's Friend from the druggist. You will find It the greatest kind of help. You, Too, May Say "Good-Bye To 111 Health, Misery and , Says Dreco Man Pain In talking with the man at Balk com's Drug Store, he said It was re markable how -many people were HI. Some of them &ice not really sick, but weak, nervous, all run down. 7 Some can hardly get about for weakness. Some think they have dyspepsia,' oth ers kidney, liver and bladder trouble. Many, can't sleep at night. Then some feel ; tired - and drowsy after every meal; again others have high blood pressure, fat, some irritable, nervous, excitable and all lack of vim, vitality, energy and ambition. Many take stim ulants, strychnine, iron, nux vomica, arsenic, pepsin, digestion aids, cath artics, mineral salts, castor oil and other strong drugs which whip up the system for the present at the expense of the future. All this is fool ish anoT unnecessary. A tablespoonful of Dreco at mealtimes win fix theso troubles completely in short order. Just try it for a few days and see if you can't do your work twice as easy and walk twice as fast without tirins- If you are ailing all the time try Dreco fairly. Just once. No matter what others may say, what claims they may put forward. We have the proofs and they are here among your own home people. People who have been trying things for years without any benefit, who have almost ruined their stomachs with strong drugs. These same people have taken Dreco and have been almost immediately beni fited. '-: The Dreco man says no matter hov skeptical you are, he invites you to come in and see him. He invites you to try this medicine just a few days and watch the results. He wants . to tell you the names of some of the people who suffered just the same as you are suffering now perhaps. He says some of these people may be known to you personally, they may be near neighbors of yours, people whom you may see walking on the street any day, perfect pictures of health. And they acknowledge they owe it to Dreco." : ' Stop in and see the Dreco man at Balkcom's Drug Store. . Give him a fair chance to explain this medicine to you. You'll not regret it. Mr. Stout, the well-known Dreco expert, has headquarters at the Balk com Drug Co., to meet the local public and explain the merits of this great remedy. See him today. Adv 1 Saturday and Monday 1 SPECIALS Wh. Gran. Sugar, lb. ... . 10c Supreme Butter, lb. 68c, 2 lbs. . $1.35 Best Oleo, 2 lb. block . . . .75c Wesson Oil, qt. .70c Mazola Oil, 1-2 gal.. . . .$1.40 Armour's Vegetole, large size , . . ...... .$2.50 Armour's Vegetole, med. size .......... . $1.25 Supreme Hams, lb. . . .42 1-2 Swift Prem. Hams, lb. 42 1-2 Smoked Bacon, Lb .... . . 35c Maxwell House Coffee, 3-Ib. can .$1.25 Blue Label Coffee, can .... 25c Blue Label Coffee, 3 1-2 lb. bucket ....$1.00 Maxwell House Tea, lb.. .90c Royal Cocoa, 1-2 lb. can. .20c L. Royal Cocoa, large can 25c Tall Cream, can 14c Mag. Milk, can .. ....... 18c Tomatoes, No. 1, 3 cans. . 25c Tomatoes No. 1 1-2 ..... 10c Tomatoes, No. 2, 2 cans. .25c Best Com, can .........15c Sugar Loaf Peas, No 2 can 15c Clipped Peas, No. 1, doz $1.10 Corned Beef, can .35c Tripe, can 35c Vienna Sausage, 2 cans.. 25c Hamburger Steak, 2 cans 25c Sauer Kraut, No. 3, can. .15c .20c .15c Spinach, No. 3, can . . Libbjs Pork & Beans, larjre can Libby's Apple Butter, . large can .40c Van Camp Hominy, 2 cans 25c Okra, per can 10c Piementos, can 18c Hawaiian SI. Pineapple, No. 1 ..18c Hawaiian Pineapple, No. 1 15c Hawaiian Gr. Pineapple, No. 2 25c Brookdale Peaches, can . .30c Calumet Baking Powder, large can 23c Sardines, 2 cans . . . ..... 15c i Jiffy Jell, pk. ..11c Jiffy Jell Ice Cream Powder, pkg. Macaroni or Spaghetti, 4 pkgs. Gold Band Soap, doz. Bob White Soap, doz. . Armour's OatmeaL pkg. ..11c Armour's Corn Flakes, pkg. 12c Rice Flour, 3 lbs. .......25c Toilet Paper, 4 rolls ..... 15c Paper Napkins 100 for ..20c Plant's Shorts, sack ...$3.10 Plant's Bran, sack . .. .$3.70 Cotton Seed Hulls, sack. $1.15 U0c . 15c .70c .70c Garden Cash Irocerv PHONE 2027 Garden and Dc Villicr Streets Deliveries Promptly R3ado Go.