THE PENSACOLA eJOTJKNAli' SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1919,
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Women and Events
Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m.
"The autumn sunbeams come tn rifts
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Across the fields and by the lapping
sea. ' ,
And as I pass the tufted trolden-rod
Bows royally. In silence, unto me.
Though heralder of Winter's coming
And soft reminder of the Summer
No arrogance of manner marks thy
Oh, 'golden-rod. And on th crimson
The crown of fullness, of completeness
rests. , ,
The sunshine of an hundred summer
days ' !,
And garnered love that we have won
and lost, V
They silence keeps. And all the bur
Of woodland vale and sedgy-covered
Are gladdened by thy presence, . for
Sends up its dearest offerings of the
In thy rich colors, pensive golden
rod." - H. E. Harmon.
CAXTONS MEET WITH
MRS. E. M. WHITE.
The Caxtons meet with Mrs. M. E.
White at her home. 802 East Blount
street, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
instead of with Mrs. W. F. Breen as
previously announced. Miss Nell Bur
row is leader ,for the afternoon. The
study will be the Rubalyat of Omar
Khayyam, quatrains 73 to the end. The
comparison of Omar's Rubalyat with
Browning's Rabbi Ben Ezra.
1. Discuss quart rain 73.
2. What teaching of the Moham
medan religion is brought out in qua
trains 75 and 76?
3. Explain quatrains 77 and 79.
4. Compare quatrain 80 (translated
from Omar) with 81 (written entirely
6. Tell of the dream, the descrip
tion of which starts in quatrain 82
running thru 90, and give the different
attributes shown in quatrains 34 thru
89. . ,,- .
6. Quatrains 91, 92, 93' should be
studied together. What Mohammedan
laws does he break and how does he
show his resentment against that form
of religion. 1
7. Discuss quatrains 97 and 98.
8. Taking quatrains 99, 100 and 101
together is "Love" meant to represent
and abstract quality, or woman 7
What is the meaning of "Guests Star
scattered on the Grass?"
9. What la the theme of Omar's
Rubalyat b, of Browning's Rabbi Ben
Ezra? ' . '.
10. " Apply verses 3 and 4 of Rabbi
Ben Ezra to Omar Khayyam.
1L Contrast verses 17, 18, 19 of
Rabbi Ben Ezra with quatrains 64,' 6$
of the Rubalyat.
12. Contrast verse 25 of Rabbi Ben
Ezra with the ideas expressed by
13. Compare 'the metaphor of the
Potter's wheel as used by Browning,
(beginning with verse 26) with the
same metaphor as used by Omar. -
14. Characterize Omar Khayyam.
NEW MEMBERS, CHILDREN OF
New members who have joined the
N. B. Cook. Children of the Confed
eracy chapter organized Friday after
noon are George Cary, Albert De
Woe se, Barbara McAllister, and Maiy
Virginia Malone. Mrs. Dan Shepard
Is assistant director! Miss Daisy
Hyer if director of the chapter which
premises to be one of the most active
in tho state.
Chapter members who joined when
the etiapter was organized at the
Bivouac- Friday afternoon are: Mary
Frances Chittenden, granddaughter of
Adjutant W. A. Rawls of Ward Camp
No. 9. Stuart Moffett, Lydla Tippin
Walton, Cornelia Moffett. Annie Claire
Alexander, James R. Alexander, Olivia
Avant, Mary Morgan Holsberry, Aline
Osgood Anson, Mary Rogers Mitchell,
Charles Buxton Mitchell, Robert Fran
ces Mitchell, Elizabeth Maura. Edith
Maura, Ida Avant, Mary Lee Mathews,
Julian Oldham Walker. Miles Cary,
Margaret Cary, Elizabeth Cary.
Miss Hyer and Mrs. Shepard were
assisted in organizing the chapter by
the following , ladies: Mrs. Frank D.
Tracy, president of . the Fenacola
chapter, U. D. C. Mrs. A. E. -McDavid,
Mrs. Jessie R. Davis, Mrs. -Dan Shep
ard, Mrs. M. E. Batts, Mrs. J. O. Walk
er and Mrs. Leroy V. Holsberry.
OAK GROVE NO. 4 TO
; Oak Grove. No. 4. Woodmen t Circle,
win unveil the monument of Mrs. Mis
souri Carter at 6tw John's cemetery
this afternoon All Sovereigns are re
quested to.be at the W. O. W. hall
corner Romana and Baylen streets,
this afternoon promptly at 3. o'clock
from where they will take a special
car to the cemetery-
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WASHINGTON This- is the latest photograph of Lady Oranmore-Browne,
wif of Lord Geoffrey . Oranmore. representative . peer or Ireland. She is ex
pected in Washington along witn other British nobility when the Prince of
wales visits . the capital next month.
Beware of Kiddies9
The cold, wet day of winter carry danger
for the. kiddie. Wlnttr air Is so allujln
that It is impossible to keep tha children
indoors. It is almost as difficult to arold
the coughs, colds, croup and sore tbroats.
They will come as sure as the winter.
VILOTTT BY LAST YEAR'S EXPERIENCE.
Keep their nostrils, throats and chests
rl with -
Croup and Pneumonia
Bub It ea their chests and in their nostrils
h? day; in their throats and on a warm
flannel on their chests by night. It will
keep their heads, throats and lungs clear and
ward off Colds, Croup, LaGrippe, Influenza
and Pneumonia. Keep a Jar on your medt
rJne shelf for emersencies. It is tha best
health insurance. Will not stain clothing
ilk rrfhr Aak Tour dealer for it.
The iivoVSaS Co.,
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WASHINGTON Mrs. Charles D. C ha pin, -who is popular In Washington
social circles, ; has taken up her residence In New York. - .J."
CELEBRATE8 Bl RTH DAY.
. Isabel, the attractive daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Brainard de
lightfully entertained some of her
young friends at her home on Lake
view avenue yesterday afternoon v in
celebration of her ninth birthday.
The pretty appointments of the ta
ble and color motif chosen for the
party" were charmingly suggestive - of
Halloween. At each place was a tiny,
orange colored, crepe paper basket
filled- with-" fancy cakes, a swapping
motto and a witch broom which prov
ed to be a horn. The large birthday
cake centered the table. It was artis
tically decorated In the Halloween col
ors and contained twelve fortune tell
ing emblems. After the games light
refreshments were served. Isabel re
ceived many lovely gifts as memen
toes of the happy day which she en
Joyed with the . following young
friends: - Elizabeth Jeudevlne, Queenle
PInney, Mary Lou , Herrington, Edith
Wise, Florence "Van Pelt, - Amy Van
Pelt, Hattle McCaskill. Sarah Mc
Caskill, Julia Wilson, Martha Harvey,
May Harvey, Virginia"-Tyler, Mabel
Tyler, Vera Hobgood, Marie Hobgood,
Minnie Pitts, - Laura Gingles, Georgia
Gingles, Sue White, Olga White, Edith
Acosta, Edwina Acosta, -Frances
-: Acosta, Margaret ? Sherill.
Virginia "Majette, Theo Elmore, Doris
Brink, Ruth Brink, Katherine San
dusky, Elizabeth Cole, Ruth Higgins,
Josephine Stage, Janet Lusk, Nellie B.
Morgan, Janet Geraldsf Lillian Geralds.
LADY SWANS, NO. 1, K
Lady Swans, JNo. 1, will hold their
regular meeting, on Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock at the Swans' Home
on West Intendencia street. After the
business meeting a- special hour will
be " enjoyed when light refreshments
will be served. A full attendance Is
urged.. ' --'
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Estimates cheerfully given. First class workmanship. Wo hand'.,
paints and varnishes of all descriptions. All first class quality at
reasonable prices. Sample books on request.
I WE HANDLE CARTER LEAD ' "
PENSACOLA DECORATING CO.
305 East Wrlflht.St-Phone 687. ' , BERT E. H. KOEHLER, Mgr.
Commencing this evening at 7 :30 to 11 :00, and thereafter
every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
V Up-to-the-minute Dance . Music by
The Glacier National Park
Roy Kohler, Director
Service a la carte. Also an appetizing Dinner table d'hote
will be served at $1.50 per cover. , f .
Tables may be reserved by phone 2080. Call for Smyley,
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