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THE PE NSACOLA UUKWAL,, SATU K I) A y MORNING, FlBKUAK X 12, 1921. I w menu- aed Lvemite Phone 38 between 10 Coming Events February 12- -' Children of tho Confederacy, 11 a. m., Red Cross rooms. February 14 Caxlona, Miss Burrow, 3:30 p.m. Noma da, Mrs. John B. Jones, 3:30 p. m. February 15 Woman's Guild and Auxiliary, St. Katherine's rarish; host ess. Mrs. C. U. Robinson, 3:30 p. m. February 16 rublio Health Meeting, Wtom n'a Club, Red Cross rooms, 3:30 p. m. Music Study Club, Mrs. W. II. Knowlci, hostess, Hctrbour vlew, 8 i). m. O Captain! My Captain! D captain! my captain! our fearful irip is done, The ship has weathered every rack, tho prize we Bought is won; The port is near, the bella I, hear, the people all exulting, While follow eyes the steady keel, the ressel grim and daring; But, O heart! heart! heart! O. the bleediner drops of red. Where on my deck my captain j lies Fallen, cold and dead, p O captain! my captain! rise up and hear the bells: Rise up for you the flag is flung for yr.u the buglo trills, For you bouquets and ribboned wtaths for you tho chores a- crowdlnjr, For you they call, the swaying1 mass, their eager faces turning; Hear euptain! dear father! This arm beneath your head! It is some dream that on the deck You've fallen, cold and dead. My captain, does not answer, his lips are pale and still, My father does not feel rny arm, he ha no pulso, no will; Tho ship is anchored safe and sound, its voyage closed and done. From fearful trip the victor ship com in with object won; i:xult, O shores, and ring, O bells! But I, with mournful tread. "Walk the deck my captain lies. Fallen, cold and dead. Walt Whitman's tribute to Lin coln, born Feb. 12, 180D. MRS. M'KINLEY ENTERTAINS FOR HER NEPHEW. Mrs. B. M. McKlnley, 601 W. Ro-mano-st. entertained at one of the very pleasant affairs of the week, the occasion being a surprise party for her nephew, Mr. Kdgar Beauregard, who his recently come to the city from Ohl The party proved to be most suc cessful in its surprise feature, as the honoree was taken completely una wares. The evening passed most pleasantly with games and other forms of amusement. Among those present at this much enjoyed party were: Mr. and Mrs. F. IveSeeqrer, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McKee of Brent, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cook, JNEr. and Mrs. J. J. Cook, Mrs. Cook being a sister of the hostess; Arthur Cook, Freddie Cook, Alec McKee, May Mckee, Herman Cook and Dea rie Cook. ' Manicuring Done in Your Own Home MRS. AGNES SELSEMEYER Cure Biting Nulls and Ha.ignall. Phona 1792 or Writ 305 Wast Romana Street. Grey Grill 22' So. Palafox Rear of Mrs. Turner's Gift Shop SPECIAL DINNER TODAY $1.00 You'll Enjoy Our Menu. Tea served daily from 4 to 6 P. M. San Carlos Cafe Calety, Charm and Refinement radiate through, the atmosphere of th.s restaurant. Here you cat and chat in a quiet home-llko place vshera the food, the cook ing and K.e service re unk'.ir- Musla daily at Luncheon and Dinner. Also concert on Mezia nino Floor every evening, 8.30 to 9:30. except Wednesday and Sat urday. Dinner Dance Wednesday and Saturday Evenings. a. m. and Gp. m. WALLACE MAYO CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. One of the pretty ciildren's parties of the week was that at which V"hl lace Mayo was the little host at ihe home of his parents, Mr. andi Mrs. J. L. Mayo, at their home on N. Alcanlz st Thursday afternoon, the occasion being in colebration of the little boy's seventh birthday anniversary. The dainty pink and white of the decora tions were a'so carried out in the colors of the refreshments, whkli were cake and Ice cream. Fruits of various kinds were also passed dur ing the afternoon. In the very exciting peanut con test that was enjoyed during the aft ernoon, the winner waj Carrol Rowal, Jr., who was presented with an at- tractive toy. Among the little friends atnding this affair were Frances and Margaret Arnold, T,ee and Dorothy AdkerEon, Carroll, Jr., and- Mary Mims Rowal, Robert Mundy, Earl and Ernest Oen try, Robert Brown, Mary Edna Strick Und, Clay Davis and Ruby and Wal lace Mayo. o PER RING-ALEXANDER WEDDING IN PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. A marriage of interest to a large circle of friends in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi is that of Miss Myr tle Alexander to Mr. Charles Perring at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. C. E. Dowling, in Portsmouth, Ohio, Feb. 14, at noon. Miss Alexander, a blonde of strik ing beauty, is a graduate of the Wom an's college at Tallahassee, while Mr. Perring has a successful hardware business in Williamson, W. Va. Tho bride arrti groom will arrive in Century about the 20th on a visit to the father of the bride, Mr. J. D. Al exander, who holds a responsible po sition with the Alger, Sullivan Lum ber company. 1 WEDDING OF MISS LEMPKE AND MR. MARLER. A pretty home marriage Wednes day evening was that of Miss Sibyl Seely Lempke end Mr. William Lee Marler of Camp Walton, the wedding being solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1L F. Lempke, on N. Thirteenth -ave, by the RevC J. C. Skottowe of St. Kath erine's Episcopal church. A beautiful marriage bell was sus pended over the bridal pair, it being the center toward which ra'cliated streamers of green and white ribbons. A lovely musical program, arranged hy Miss Frances Salmons, was ren dered previous to the entrance of the wedding party. Miss Thelma Lempke, a sister of the brjde, toeing at the piano. Miss Lempke's navy satin gown was completed by a corsage of violets. Ma-s. Lempke, the mother of the bride, served as her matron of honor, being handsome in blue, with which she wore white carnations. The bride entered with her father and they were met by the groom and his best man, Mr. J. B. Humphreys, Jr. The. bride was most charming in a beautiful organ'dle gown, with which she wore a ell caught with pearls in an artistic arrangement. Her flowers were white carnations showered with narcissi. The decorations in the dining room carried out a most uttra'ctive green and white color motif. Centering the table was a large wedding cake, v.-hich was later cut by the bride. A deli clous Ice was served with the cake. After a brief honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Marler will make their home in Camp! Walton. MARTHA WASHINGTON TEA PARTY. On Friday evenins Fob. IS. the Christian- Endeavor society of Knox Presbyterian church will have a Mar tha Washington tea party, the details fit which will be announced later. o CHILDREN OF THE: CON FEDERACY TO MEET THIS MORNING. Tho Children of the Confederacy will meet thl3 morning at tho Red Cross rooms at 11 o'clock. All of the members are urged to be present at that hour promptly. o CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY TO MEET. The Christian Endeavor society of tho Knox Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow evening at 6:43 o'clock. The subject for the meeting will be: "The Kingdom in My Heart," Matt. 5:7-13. Miss Pallie McLean will be the leader of the service, which will be a regular consecration meet ing. Each member is expected to an swer the roll call with a verse of Scripture, bearing on the subject cf the evening. Miss Pearl Tervin will sing a solo during the service. A PRETTY VALENTINE PARTY. A pretty valentine party of last wek was that at which Mrs. W. E. Taylor was the hostess in honor of Mrs. McAlistT Eugene Taylor, who. until her marriige on Jan. 26, was Miss Irma Stevens of Nashville; Miss Parson, the guest of Mrs. Holsberry: Miss Cain of New V rk, the guest of Mrs. S-mmerville: Mrs. John Taylor of Illinois, the gust of Mrs. J. E. Taylor, and M- s. Cox of Chicayo. Big hearts and little hearts were used most effectively in the decora te is and a number of contests made the evening a most interesting one. The lucky flayers were Miss Mar garet Owsley, Mrs. Eugene Taylor and Mrs. C. W. Oliver. Lovely II tie valentine place cards marked the )lares and each guest also found a lovely corsage bouquet of organdie roses at her place. Car nations, kewples and hearts were ar tistically combined in the decorations of the table. Mrs. II. B. Mo Ei! en poured coffee nnd Mrs. E. C. Strickland tea. Served with the beverages were delicious chicken salad and sweet conrses. Resides the honorees. Mis. Cox, Mrs. Eufgene Taylor, Miss Parsons. Mrs. John Taylar and Mrs. Cain, the guests included: Mrs. Eruce som- MARRIAGE TO The marriage of Princess Marie o Rumania and the Czar of Bulgaria, whose engagement is Just announced, wil; increase Rumanian Influence in the Bal kans. This pictur-: shows the newly engaged couple. Another Important royal Rumanian marriage is set for May 6, when Princess Elizabeth, Queen Marie's eldest daughter, is to wed Crown Prince George of Greece. i ii ii i CIVIL SERVICE 7SSOCIATION HAS DELIGHTFUL DANCE On Monday evening one of the most enjoyed of the dances which were such a delightful feature of the days just preceding Lent was that of the Civil Service assoclauon of the naval air station, in the San Carlos audi torium; while there were not many invitation issued to this affair, it was nevertheless most enjoyable, a3 the dancers were not hampered by hav ing too large, a number on the floor. The. decorations, while quite simple, were most effective and were as bright and gay as the carefree spirit of the Mardi Gras season which they depicted. Delicious fruit punch was served FAREWELL LUNCHEON TO MRS. PIERCE A very pretty luncheon yesterday was that at which Mrs. E. G. Kiefer and Mrs. A. Hunter, at tho home of MVs. Kiefer in Cary's lane, enter tained in honor of Mrs. William Pierce; who is leaving shortly to make her home in the north. The loveliness and fragrance of many carnations, narcissi and ferns gave a most charming springlike touch to the rooms. At the beauti fully decorated table the guests found their places by name cards which had exquisite dancing girls painted on them. The hostesses at this very delight mrevUle, Mrs. J. B. Perkins and her guest. Miss Settles of Elkton, Ky.; Mrs. J. C. Lng, Mrs. L. V. Holsberry'. Mrs. Henry Owsley. Miss Mfi-rcnrpt Owsley, Mrs. Roy Taylor, Mrs. John S. Beard, Mrs. J. E. Taylor, Mrs. W. T. Graham, Mis3 Madge Taylor, Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. M. E. Speed, Mrs E. C. Strickland, Mrs. H. B. McEuen, Mrs. Johnson, Miss Ermt Graham, Mrs. J. S. Pfeiffer, Mrs. V. W. Oliver and her sister, Miss Larkins of St. Louis; Mrs. Woodberry, the mother of Mrs. Sommerville. u n n n n n :: :: j; n :j ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW it U nuutitisiit it nnutz itizuti n Mrs. J. J. Durland left Thursday evening for a visit in Moultrie, Ga., intending to be away several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kelly have returned from their honeymoon, which they spent in various points in Alabama, and they now have a de lightful apartment with Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Kehoe at their residence on W. Jackson -st. Ensign and Mrs. Hubert George returned from their honeymoon yes terday and are now at home at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Per kins on E. LaRua-st. Ensign and Mrs. George enjoyed a very pleasant trip to New Orleans. Mrs. Leroy Holsberry and the sister of Mrs. Holsberry. Miss Par sons of West Virginia, and Miss Mary Morgan Holsberry have returned from a very pleasant carnival visit spent in New Orleans. Among the commissioners from Santa Rosa county in the city yes terday to attend the joint meeting of the commissioners of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, as well as others interested in good roads matters, were Mr. J. F. Toore and Mr. Edgar Keene of Milton. Mrs. Poore, who underwent a minor operation at the Pensacola hospital recently, returned to Milton with Mr. Poore last eve ning. Mrs. A. H. Smith was among the recent visitors from Milton in the city. Among those arriving from Mil ton on the morning train yesterday were Mr. M. L. Brcwn, Mrs. D. R. Reed and her daughter. Mrs. L. C. Fisher and her son and Miss Bessie West. Miss Man' LePard is spending the week-end in Milton, the guest of her parents. Many friends will be glad to learn of the improvement in the condition of Mrs. Mc iroe Campbell, who has been sj critically ill at the Pensa cola hospit-Ti ' for some weeks. Mrs. Campbell will return ta her home to day. Mr. and Mrs. T. J Borders, have returned from their honeymoon, which thay spent at various resorts on the Florida east coast. Miss Beulah Allen of Xew Or leans is the guest of her sister. Mrs. George Green. 101 X. Spring-st. Three officers, well known in Pensamla, w wre transferred from the local air station yesterday. Lt. Mil le" and Lt. Jlerwin wfc ordered to sea. bonrding their ship-; at the Phil adelphia navy yard, and Lt. Stocks was ordered to report ia 3&isl4sston. AID RUMANIA during the evening and the very de lightful music was furnished by the Anderson Douglas orchestra. Among those noted at this enjoyaible affair were: Ensign and Mrs. J. D. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. I. Coulter, Mr. and Mrs. Peterman, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland, Miss Sa'die'Fell, Miss Jodie Sullivan, Miss Loretta Casey, Mrs. Xan L. Prestwood, Miss Gladys Lane, Miss Simmons, Miss Martin, Mrs. S. par diner, Mr. M. N. Grossjohann, Mr. Harvey Marriner, Mr. E. R. Craven, Dr. B. W. Mandigo, Ei.sign W. Hurt ner, Mr. A. V. Hatton, Mr. J. E. Bowman, Jr., and Mr. George Breid enbach. ful affair defied superstition by hav ing 13 guests seated at a luncheon on Friday and had a most enjoyable time. The guests were the honoree, Mrs. Ylilliam Pearce; Mrs. F. Palmes, sis ter of Mrs. Pearce; Mrs. Frank Dex ter, the mother of Mrs. Palmes and Mrs. Pearce; Mrs. Richard Cowley, Mrs. John Strom, Mrs. Lyon Goelicht, Mrs. Paul P. Stewart, Mrs. S. Barnett, Mrs. A. II. Higson, Mrs. Matland, the mother of Mrs. Hunter; Mrs. Connor, the mother of Mrs. Kiefer; the two hostesses, Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Kier er, completing the party. REFUGEE CHILDREN ARE PROTECTED American Red Cross Mothers Babies in Jugo Slavia. LOXDOX, Feb. 10. Thirty babies were born in the Russian refugee camp at Cattaro during the past week, their mothers being the first patients admitted to the new American Red Cross hospital under thf direction of Dr. Robert S. Wynn, of At inta, Ga. It is interesting to note' that in this large camp of about 10,000 Crimean refugees, the number of births have exceeded the number of deaths by 50 per cent. Deaths at the present are one to four a day. The new hospital has beds for 130 patients. The total number of sick in the camp today was 45S, of which only 25 were typhus or typhoid. There are many cases of serious ill ness aboard the ships still in the har bor, including 170 cases on the newly arrived steamship Austria. The un loading of these ships is proceeding at the rate of about 600 persons a day, the delay being mainly due to i . ... a wn nave ineirowncfe t, : X&?f: en.. r HAMILTON RUSSELL Special Agent. Whitman's Candy FREE Today with every cash purchase of 50c or more. THE CRYSTAL' PHARMACY peoples beautiful mtkmMM m m i r if ii "LANGUID" THAT'S THE . WORD Not Sick Exactly, Just Seem to Have No Ambition An Awful Feeling Seldom Necessary Pepto-Mangan, the Red Blood . Builder, Does Away with Lanquor. If you don't feel like doing things, you won't. If you v. onder where some people get ail their energy, the answer is from good food which in turn makes rich, red blood. If your food does not give the nourishment and vigor it should, it is most likely" that your blood is so weak that it needs a little-extra help for a time to build it up to normal strength. Thousands of men and women have been restored to vigorous health and lasting happiness by Gude's Peptq Mangan. This beneficial blood tonic contains the very properties so vita!!y needed to improve the b'ood. Pepto Mangan, if taken for a fe.w weeks, will enrich the blood and create thousands of the tiny red blood cells that are so necessary to carry nourishment and strength to every part of the body. Be sure to ask your druggist for "Gude's" when you order Pepto-Man-gan. For convenience it is prepared in liquid and tablet form, both possessing exactly the same mediciinal properties. "Gude's" is the genuine Pepto-Man-gan. Look for the name 'Gude's" on the package. Advt. the lack of equipment for disinfecting and delousing the disembarking refu gees. Several steamers are leaving for points further north. The steamship Khorson is taking 2,500 refugees to Bakkar. Three hundred refugees are being sent northward by trainv every day, but an outbreak of typhus is re ported from Zagrob, which may delay this process of disposition. The principal difficulty in dealing with the refugee situation here has been the lack of any control authority or discipline among- the refugees themselves. Unless this can be reme died, health conditions will undoubt edly become more serious. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes and sprin kled in the footbath. The Plattsburg Camp Manual advises men in training to use Foot-Kase in their shoes each min ing, It prevents blisters and sore spots and relieves painful, swollen, smarting feet and takes the sting out of corns and bunions. Always use Allen's Foot Ease -to break in new shoes. ERVOUS FAINTING SPELLS vlrs. Werner Tells How They ifield to Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Camden, N. J. "Before my baby was born I was run down and weak, had pams in my back and stomach, was very nervous and would have fainting spells. I certainly suffered awfully with those nervous fainting spells. I did not know anyone at times and used to scream. A doctor treated tne for the spells but did not seem to do much 1 ... mmm. ffl ivv:-..v good. I had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills be fore so I began taking them again. I soon felt a change and could do my work without pain and was cured of those nervous spells. Now I have a nice fat baby girl and had an easy time at birth, thanks to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ' Mrs. Willi amC. Werner, 1216 Van Hook St., Camden, N. J. Wher a wife finds her energies are flagging, she is weak, nervous, suffers from backache, the "blues" she should build her system up at once by taking that standard woman's medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as did Mrs. Werner. If there is anything about your condi tion you do not understand write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., in regard to your health. am 7a m ft It If you like Jazz Songs and Music, come in and hear these records. 3351 "Margie" Played by Ted Lewis' Jazz Band. "Broadway Rose" Played by Ted Lewis' Jazz Band. 3365 "Crazy Blues" Sung by Mary Stafford and Her Jazz Band. "Royal Garden Blues" Sung by Mary Stafford and Her Jazz Band. This is the best "Blues" we have ever so We would like for everybody in town to hear these records. , Why buy other records when you can buy the best? Columbia Records. Come in and hear a few of the new songs and music hits. ' Palace Jewelry Co. Joe Manassee, Mgr. Men feel so sure of themselves in buy ing Fiorsheims in these days of ups and downs in shoe prices so sure of the shoe they are getting, so sure of the rightnes3 of the price that we are selling more Florsheim Shoes now than formerly. Measured by value, quality, service, com fort, style, satisfaction, Florsheim Shoes are always reasonable in price. The Meyer Shoe Co. Exclusive Agents in Pensacola. fnrmiimiitmtnnimimNituftiHnnttiiHiiiiiiiMHiMfnntitm mmmimmmrnirviinnritiimmtmmfmitimmiiimtmmnm "H" Read it First SATURDAY iPEOALS White Granulated Sugar, lb 7i2c Magnolia Milk, can 20c Octagon Soap, doz 55c Octagon Wash. Powd'r, doz. 50c Potatoes, 15-lb. peck...40o Per bushel $1.50 Sweet Potatoes, bu.. .$1.00 Skooktim Apples, doz. . . 50c and 60c Onions, 3 lbs 10c Supreme Butter, lb.... 55c Gem Nut, lb 30c Cheese, lb 35c Lard, lb 14c Cottolcne, 8 lbs $1.35 Cottolene, 4 lbs 70c Salt Meat, lb 18c Picnic Ham, lb 23ic Supreme Ham, lb. . . .32c Armour's Sliced Bacon, box 55c Breakfast Bacon, lb. ..35c Maxwell House Coffee, lb 37c 3-lb. can $1.10 Tomatoes, No. 1, 4 cans 25c Tomatoes, No. 2, can . . 10c Sweet Corn, No. 2 can 18c Libby Cornbeef, Roast Beef, can 20c Red Salmon, 2 cans... 35c Harden Casti rocery WE DELIVER Garden and DeVillier Sts. Phone 2027. ecords on Sale OF in The Journal i and MONDAY V. Klim Powdered Milk, 1-lb. size 90c 22-lb. size $1.80 Karo Syrup, gal 75c Molasses, gal 75c Pure Cane Syrup, gal. $1.00 Best Grade Rice, lb 8c Good Rice, per lb 7c Navy Beans, lb 7,.c Yellow Split Peas, 2 lbs. 25c Green English Peas, 2 lbs 25c Norwegian Mackerels, can 25c Kippered Herring, can. 25c Codfish, block, 2 for. . .35c Mackerels, large, each. 15c Holland Herring, doz. . . 50c Prunes, lb .-..15c Peaches, pkg 25c Dried Apples, pkg. ...15c Dates, 2 pkgs. 35c Fig Jam, pure; can. . , .20c Hawaiian Sliced Pine apple, 2 cans 35c California Peaces, No. 3 35c Peanut Butter, 5-lb. . bucket ,.'.$1.25 Sweet Feed, sack ...$2.30 Plant Shorts, sack ..$2.35 Bran, sack $2.20 Best Hen Feed, sack. $2.50 109 So. Palafox.