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,THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1919.
5 Wornen and Events Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. ftp 1 ' A great mass of the large yellow and white blooms formed the centerpiece for the prettily annnlntoH -r- Ing dinner Mrs. Svlvstpr rtrcenw of Texarkana. Texas,, who recently ar- neu lor-me wedding sweetly sang, "I Love You Trulv" and "At nwn. Ing," accompanied on the piano by Mrs. E. R. Cunningham. Covers were laid for th fniivarn giiests: Miss Agnes Cleo Slitter, tha Dnae-eiect. Miss Tilsie Russell and Miss Josephine Smith who will be brides-maids, Mr. Frank Hudson Rod- gers. the groom-elect, Mr. W. A. Mar shall, best man. and Mr. Arthur John son , groomsman- Mrs. SvlvMtor uroenwood. Mrs. E. II. Cunningham; Ilr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith. the beautifully appointed table, placed in rwwr -a-. A .mass of great American Beauty rosea formed the ve-merpiece, ana roses marked each place. Corsage bouquets of American Beauty roses completed the chic . fall costumes worn by the ladies. Covers were laid for the following guests; Miss Vera Green, Miss Edna Pinch, maid of honor, Miss Genieve Carter, bridesmaid, Mrs. J. E. Davis Yonge, Mrs. Terrell, Covington, matrons , of honor. Miss Lula Flnlay, Miss Bessie FInlay,1 of Pollard. Miss Mrir.t Giles of Louisville, , who will be out- oi-iown guests, Forrest Duncan, of Muscogee, cuua., who will be his brother's best . man. Jack Roberts; Preston Avery, Pat Eagan, Davis Yonge and Mr. Duncan. DINNER PARTY AT SAN CARLOS FOR DUNCAN-GREEN BRIDAL PARTY. Mr. Louis Duncan, whose marriage to Miss Vera Green will be brilliantly solemnized at the First Baptist church this evening, was host last night, en tertaining the members of the bridal party with dinner at the San Carlos following the rehearsal at the church. Cut flowers and , potted tropical plants made a pretty background for ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM FOR WOMAN'S AUXILIARY, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. V The following "Interesting program has been arranged for the meeting of the Womans Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian in ' the ladies' parlor of the church tomoirow afternoon at 4 o'clock.: " Devotional exercises, led by Mrs. H. S. Merwin. - General subject - for the afternoon will be "Korea," A paper on some of the difficulties, encouragements and needs found in that country will be given by Mrs. William Fisher, Jrl Mrs C. "W. Lamar will give a paper on "The Japanese Debt to Korea. After closing song will be the Mlzpah bene diction. - .......... ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MEET THIS AFTERNOON. The Royal Neighbors of America meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the W. O. W. hall on West Romana street. A full attendance is urged as Mrs. Catherine Hanson, state deputy. who arrived Jn .-the city yesterday morning, will be present on her 'offi cial visit. MEETING PENSACOLA NURSES ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Pensacola Nurses Association will be held in the parlors of the Pensacola. Hospital this after noon at 4 o'clock.' All registered nurses are requested to attend. MRS. J. C. BALDWIN HOSTESS TO FORTY-TWO CLUB AT FIRST FALL, MEETING. Mrs. J. C. Baldwin will be hostess to the Forty-Two club when they hold their first meeting for the year on Fri day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. MRS. ELEBASH ENTERTAINS MONDAY BRIDGE CLUB. The members of the Monday Bridge Club enjoyed a delightful afternoon when they met with Mrs. Eugene P. Elebash as hostess at her home, 704 North Palafox street. Cut flowers and ferns added to the ' attractiveness of the' rooms. Three tables were In play, Mrs. O. J. Semmes making top score, winning the club prize, a pair of silk hose. Miss Virginia Swindell of Balti more .won a pair of Japanese em broidery scissors as the guests' prize. and Mrs. Clarence Elebash of Selma, the guest of Mrs. Eugene Elebash," re ceived a pair of Japanese candlesticks. Besides the members present were: Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson and guest. Miss Virginia Swindell of Baltimore, Mrs. S. Harding Burke and Mrs. Clar ence Elebash of Selma. The club holds its next meeting with Mrs. E. F. Bruce. WEEKLY DANCE AT FORT BARRANCAS POSTPONED. TheWgular Monday night dance at Fort Barrancas given by the enlisted men of the garrison will be " held ,on Thursday . evening Instead, having been postponed on account of the ab sence of the band which spent Monday in Tallahassee. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA DANCE TONIGHT. The Daughters of Isabella will be hostesses tonight entertaining with a dance at the San Carlos. The Ander son Douglass orchestra will play. Dancing begins at 8:30. MY. James A. White is floor manager and chap erones for the evening .will be Mrs. Patrick McIIugh, Mrs. William Moyer, Mrs. Edward Anderson, Mrs. John B. Jones, Mrs. William R. 'Gonzalez. Members of the entertainment com mittee who are making elaborate plans to insure the success of the dance are: Mrs. Edmund Fox. Miss Josephine Bpwes, Miss Sadie McHugh Miss Geraldine Touart, Miss Katherine Motta. BUSINESS WOMAN3 CLUB v ADOPTS NEW NAME. At their regular meeting Monday night the Business Womans Club changed - the name of the club from "The Business Womans Club" to that of "Business and Professional Wom ans Club." , A" feature of the evening was the address given by Mrs. Karl of Wash ington, who spoke on "Womans Work." She brought out the motto of the club, ''Others' in the latter reading. It read, "Let me live in my house by the side of the road, and be a friend to man." She said "Woman's work is by no means confined to the walls of the home, but we are a part of every, per son we meet, and we come in contact with all kinds of, people. There is no limit to our home. The sky is -the limit. We must help to ' make life easier for others as far as within our power. We must take an interest in the surroundings and try to better the conditions, to make life happier for others." The members greatly enjoyed having Mrs. Karl with them. The following were elected as mem bers of the club: Honorary, Mrs, Thos. Brent, Mrs. J. B. McNeill and. Mrs. T. P. White; active, Misses Min nie Kehoe, Helen Carter, Celia Robin son, Lelia McGlll, Bertha Llschteh, Alberta Fell, Irene Lawrence, Eu3a Wilder, Geraldine Touart, Hazel Van Metre, Estelle Hicks, Minnie Russell and Gertrude Bazzell. At the next meeting the club will have the pleasure of having Mrs. F. S. Melton talk, to them on South America, which will be their subject of study this winter. The meeting will be held promptly at 6:15 p. m. when lunch will be served. CALLED MEETING LADIES , CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Ladies' Confed erate Memorial ; Association - has been called for tomorrow afternoon at 5 , o'clock at the home of Mrs. II. L. Simpson, when the reports of dele gates who attended tho Atlanta con vention will be heard, i " . Chemist Wins Lasting - Gratitude "I tried several doctors and all kinds of medicine, and had about given up all hope of getting better. I did not think it possible that any medicine could be so wonderful in. its effect fis Mayr"s Wonderful Remedy has proven In my case. You sure have won my lasting gratitude. I could not work at all and had constant pain in my stomach before taking your medi cine." It is a simple, harmless prep-' aration that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and-' allays the inflammation which causes' practically all stomach, liver and in-O testinal ailments. Including appendix cltls. One dose will convince or moneyj refunded. Sold by Crystal Pharmacy"! and druggists everywhere. adv. ' . New York. Oct. 23. With the com- tns; of fall days and their accompany In? crisp mornings, warmer out-door garments for a brisk walk in the park or golf links are in demand. It seems to me that I have never ?en more attractively sporty sports clothes than this autumn. The outfit sketched today is fetching enough to lure the laziest woman in the world out of doors just for the sake' of wearing it. f The kilted skirt of Scotch plaid is the keynote for tho costume. Its pre dominate color is peacock blue with cross bars of brown, and dull sage green, relieved with threads of black a,nd white. The jersey sweater coat repeats the blue in the plaid, with its long throw scarf lined in sage green. The soft felt hat is also of the green, while the narrow leather belt, dog skin gloves and spats are of brown. The smart little cane which gives an added air of jauntlness to the out fit has a "crook" handle wrapped in brown leather. ' SMILES It isn't the fellow who has a smile Because of the smile of others, Eut the fellow who counts la the fel low who smiles In spite of his scowling brothers: Or whether they smile or whether they don't If he's true to his own soul's light He will keep on smiling through thick and thin. He will smile for the sake of the right. The old song says if you smile for them They will have & smile for you . But the man who smiles if they smile or not Is the man who will put things through; The man who smiles because It's his heart That brings o his face the glow Of the peace arid the power of doing his part In the world's great dally show. To do things just to gain in return Some gift or some grace of life Is only a half way style to win In the toll and struggle and strife. For the best old grace is the grace of Joy In doing and serving along With a smile that is sweet as the smile of a boy Till your smile makes labor a song. TRUST IS BEST I think If thou couldst know, O soul that wilt complain, What lies concealed below Our burden and our pain; How Just our anguish brings Nearer those longed-for things We seek for now In vain I think thou wouldst rejoice and not complain. j- And yet thou canst not know, And yet thou canst not see; Wisdom and sight are slow In poor humanity. If thou couldst trust, poor soul. In him who rules the whole. Thou wouldst find peace and rest; Wisdom and sight are well, but trust is best. Adelaide A. Proctor. DINNER PARTY FOR --" BRIDAL PARTY. s Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith enter tained with a dinner party at their hone In Fisherville last night for the Rodgers-Silter wedding party. The color motif of yellow and white was Prettily carried out with large yellow and white chrysanthemums and ferns. CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES 20c, 30c and 50c per can DURING THIS SALE No Exchanges, No Phone or Mail Orders Strictly Cash. QUALITY SHOP 125 JOUTH PALAFOX DURING THIS SALE No Alterations, Nothing on Approval. Strictly Cash Sale Starts Thursday, Oct. 23rd 20 per cent Off SALE 20 per cent Off SUITS COATS DRESSES Your Unrestricted Choice at Sale MILLINERY Handsome New Creations. Millinery noted for its exclusive style features imported and domestic models they all go at one-fifth off. Your unre stricted choice of these beautiful Toques, Turbans, Gorgeous Picture Hats and Smart In-Betweens An unparelleled opportunity to purchase a correctly styled hat at a ridiculous reduction. 20 Off 9 Regularly , Sale Ends Saturday, Nov. 8th 20 per cent Off SALE 20 per cent Off MILLINERY WAIST LINGERE All Garments Included in Sale Georgette Waists, $5.00 and $6.00 - JQ FA values tDO.UU Georgette Waists, $6.50 and $7.50 Ipr fA values ......... : VU Georgette Russian Blouses; $12 and $15, . tfJCl' QPC values fpVVO Ladies Sweaters, values to $9, KQ Qi sale price .t ........... J. .. . WO.UO Coats-Wraps Chic Style Conceits Truly this is an occasion of rejoicing take your pick from these gorgeously de signed coats and wraps developed in Silvertip Bolivia, Velour, Lustrola, Silvertone, Chamelon, Peachbloom ' Many are luxuriously fur-trimmed, oth ers plain tailored in the newest correct fashions. This great saving event offers 20 Discount Original Price Tage Remain ! Dresses Sacrificed Street and Afternoon Models Women will exclaim with de light to have the opportunity to select at the beginning of the sea son from this handsome collection of exquisitely designed frocks at one-fifth off - the regular price. Frocks for.all occasions some in' Serge, Satin, Georgette, Crepe de Cliine, Messaline And all the new and desirable ma terials. The styles are fascinat ing, alluring and distinctly indi vidual. Your unrestricted choice Discount U House Included in this Discount Sale LW7 Big Blouse Reduction Our entire assem blage of fasci natingly designed Blouses go on Sale. Your unrestricted N choice at 20 per cent off Smart Fall Suits Plain or Fur Trimmed Never again will you have the opportunity to choose such grace and style in a suit at this marvel- ous reduction. Our entire'collec tion of fashionable suits develop ed in the smartest materials, in cluding Yalama, Velour de Laine, Serge, Tricotine, Silk Duvelyn, Silvertip, Bolivia, Velour There are plain tailored models, with handsome braiding aifd em broidery and luxurious fur trim med styles all go at- Off Make Your Own Reductions. O Original Price Tags remain on garments my 125 SOUTH PALAFOX Next Door to A. Heriry White & Bro UAO SHOP 125 SOUTH PALAFOX Next Door to A. Henry White & Bro. : 1. i HI . l ? !' :' 1 1- : s j '! y ! : ' ? t - ,. , r ' " ' S If ( a i. i. . It . ' ' ' ' I I i i ! . :Kt": : f 1 . . '''V. if ' a ; It : . ; 5 i' : I f ' t i