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THE RICII310XD PALLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEGKA3I, 3IOXDAY, JANUARY 2, -1911.
, Edited by Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas v
RECEPTION THIS EVENING.
The Art association baa Issued in
vitations to a reception for Mr. and
Mra. Robert W. Grafton on January
the second from three o'clock to nine,
In the evening at the public art gal
lery. Mr. Grafton will have on dis
play twenty-five canvases In oil, nine
of which are portraits that have been
painted in Indiana during the past
year. Including thoe done recently in
Richmond of Mr. J. K. Ilundy and
Mrs. M. F. Johnston.
It will be remembered that Mr.
Grafton had the Mary T. R. Foulke
prise at the last annual exhibition in
October, for a portrait of Mrs. Hanna
of Ft. Wayne. Ills residence Is now
Michigan City and he has allied him
self with the best art Interests of the
state lie studied at the art institu
tion In Chicago and afterward for
some time in Paris and Holland, is ex
president of the Palette and Chisel
club of Chicago, and a member of the
Society of Artists. His work Is repre
sented in the Union League of Chica
go, Northwestern university and Mich
igan City high school. He has painted
portraits of Kmlle Uebllng, William
Nelson Dirrett, John M. Ewen and C.
P. Wheeler all of Chicago. In Ft.
Wayne he has painted the Hon. Hugh
McCulloch, Charles and Robs McCul
loch. Dr. and Mrs. Miles V. Porter, T.
F. Thleme, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Gulld
lln, Kj C. Rurode and Dr. Gaylord Les
lie. Criticism of Mr. Grafton's work
with reproductions of paintings have
been published In Brush and Pencil
and Fine Arts Journal. The local art
association is fortunate in having an
exhibition of his paintings and be
lieves it Is offering a great pleasure to
the Richmond public.
MISS MILLIKAN HOSTESS.
A notable event of the holiday sea
son In the younger bocUI circles was
the card party which Miss Louise Mil
likan gave Friday afternoon at her
home on North 18th street. The house
was charmingly decorated with
Christmas colors and southern smllax.
About forty young ladles enjoyed an
afternoon of cards, after which a two
course luncheon was served. There
were four favors given at cards, and
these were awarded to Misses Cather
ine Hunt. Mary Hernly, Cleo McWhor
ter and Lenna Stretch.
Out-of-city guests were Mrs. Floyd
Rhodes of Kokomo and Miss Lucile
Jones of Greensfork.-rNew Castle
One of the moat charming social
events of the past week was the
Watch Party given Saturday evennig
by Mr. and Mra. Fred Schorn stein at
thelx home, 25 South Twentieth street.
The house was decorated in an attrac
tive manner with the Christmas colors
and with holly and ferns. In the din
ing room red ribbons were brought
from the chandelier and fastened at
the four corners of the table. The ev
ening was spent at cards and with mu
sic. At midnight a supper in several
courses was served. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lena Cra
nor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noblitt, Mr.
and Mra. Ashlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Tee-
garden, Mr. and Mrs. John Lott, Mr.
and Mrs. Heasely, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ClawBon,
Mr. Ralph Morris of Philadelphia, Mr,
and Mrs. Hughes of Detroit, Michigan,
Miss Ina Clawson and Miss Francis
RECITAL THIS EVENING.
A oelety as well as musical event
is the appearance In this city this
evening of Mr. Cecil Fanning at the
First Methodist church. There will be
no reserved seats. The program wlli
begin at eight o'clock. Mr. Fanning
will be accompanied by Mr. H. B.
Turpin. An editorial from the New
York Musical Courier Is as follows:
The MacDowell association is pros
pering far beyond even ardent hopes.
On Wednesday night the associations
rooms at the Metropolitan opera house
evening, previous, at the Plaza hotel,
the association had an entertainment
consisting of "Arrangements from
Old MasterB. by John W. Alexander,
and songs by Cecil Fanning, with II.
B. Turpin at the piano. The net re
ceipts of this entertainment were
The "Old Masters" arrangements
were very artistic. What Interests us
was the singing of Mr. Fanning. This
singing was limited to some old compo-
ALL THE RAGE' NOW
IS THIS CREATION
The Doctor's Answers On
Health and Beauty Questions
Br DR. TIIKODORB BECK.
Th questions annwered below are general jr
character; the ftyniptomx or dlseancs are Riven and
th anwers will unplv to any rase of similar nature.
Tiiono winking further advlre, frco, may nddrexs
Tr. Thoo.tore Heck, College BM'sr. ColIeKe-KUwood
Ht., Pay ton, Ohio, cmioHinK Helf-addrexscd, stamped
envelope for reply. Kull name and addroxa must on
Riven but only initial or ficticious name will be used
In my answers. The preNcrlptiona can bo filled at
any well-atooked drug: store. Any drug-gist can order
lowing powerful, thoiiKh harmless
nerve tonic in teaspoon fill doses ; to 4
times a day: C'omp. Fluid Halmwort 1
01., Compound Kssense Cardiol 1
os., Tlnrture Cadomeno Com p. 1 oz.,
(not Cardnmon), and Cotnp. Syrup Sar
sapnrllln 3 o. Mix nlltogtoher. Shake
well. Then to enrich the blood iind in
crease your weluiit. which is f.ir iielow
normal. K't mmntity of a-Krain llv-po-Nuclauo
Tablets. Take one tablet
after meals and you will soon be re
juvenated into perfect health.
Mrs. 13. : Now that you have fpent
a litro sum for dental work you
should t.iko better cure of your teeth.
Adverli.sed tooth powders and pastes
usually contain oil of peppermint, which
has been found to be harmful. .Sm-h
reparation are expensive, too The
following formula will mak ufficlent
to last a family six months to a ear,
and will prevent decay. clcane. purify
and remove accumulation of "tartar"
and riiscnloratlons of tobacco, berries,
etc Oet 6 o. precipitated chalk. 3 oxs.
powdered sugar. 1 o. powdered soap
and 2 oca. antiseptic Vllane Powder.
Ml thoroughly and keep dry. Apply
with toothbrush one or more times
V. It. t.: You have neglected your
symptoms of kidney and bladder
trouble. They should have had atten
tion long ago. as such symptoms Indi
cate the approach of Brlght'a disease,
frequent burning and uncontrollable
urination can be corrected by the fol
lowing prescription: Fluid Ext. Buchu
1 o.. Comp. Kluld tfalmwort 1 os., and
Comp. Syrup Sarsaparilla 4 oss. Mix
and take a teaspoonful before or after
meala and one when retiring. At first
your symptoms may Increase; but
ruuany mey win disappear altogeth-
Mra. O. K.:
Scrofula, la a dis
ease of the blood
and requires long
sores, vrsema. Hi
rers, bolls, carbuncles, bald spots, sore
mouth, sore eyelid, mattery discharg
es, etc. Have the following prescrtp
tlon filled for both yourself and two
children: Hvrup Trlfollum Comp. "is .
Aromatic (' itm 1 os.. and Comp, Fluid
Halmwort t os. Mis: Adult dose I tea
spoonful four times daily. Children 'i
to 4 teaspoonful. tie persistent and
regular In taking until the blood Is al
tered and purified.
Helen W.! Vor a bad ease of danil
ruff, thin or oily hair and Itching scalp,
I know of nothing so prompt and effici
ent a Plain Yellow Mlnyol. packed in
4 -os. Jars In the form of paste, which
la applied to the hair and scalp and
then rinsed nut with water. It trans
forms unsightly hair Into beautiful,
fluffy.' waving tresses and Increases the
rrrowth wonderfully. Inndruff and
tchlng are quickly eliminated. Try it
and you will be well pleased.
Thin Otrl: The following formula Is
Mid to be used by a noted beauty spec
ial 1st for Increasing the flesh of the
bust, arms and neck. If properly used
It should prove very satisfactory and
round out your figure, as desired: Com
pound Tincture Cadomene 1 os. (not
rardamon). glycerine S ois., rosewater
I osa., and 1 teaspoonful of boras. Mix.
Shake well and apply to the neck, arms
and bust, rubbing and massaging until
completely absorbed. Then wash the
parts treated with hot water and soap
and dry thoroughly. Apply morning
and nlcht for several weeks or months, er.
a the case may require, 2. The cloudy, stringy discharge Is
Internally take 3-graln Hypo-Nu- du,.1to,..,rucor.r.heRi "- Antl"
rlane Tablets to Increase the weight VIV6 '.""-no Powder and 1 o Tannic
and strength. f teaspoonful of the former
Trouble: You are a victim of ehorn- rijr ver'y'wl rm water Uu as
le llyer disorder and nervous compile.- ft&Mon Vwlca'daU and ,hVdi!
Itona. urowsmees, languor, unsieaay charge and w eak nesa will tr r ,tMii h.
gait, nervouaness. headache, vertigo, overcome 11 Kraduallv b
siek headache, constipation, dlMin.ua, I HKjuce'. t .m frenumtiir .tvi .
i.,i .i,i. unHee l 1 am frequently asked for a
... ri 7 t.. .f"vu; .Vmn: ir.r"PV(,., to reduce fatness, which
.nasi llave thta filial i ni i Tha 1 vie I U " TV' lo. . ucn r9 as yours.
tM.Tm.nt7 J",,1"?.." 110 reducing
. . ...... . l'"m "'Mmn win prevent tne forma
nuiti ksi. aianorase j drams. Aro- lion or rat and causes an Increased
rnatlc Cascara 1 os.. Compound Kssence combustion of it by a peculiar action
Cardiol 1 os.. Aromatic Syrup Rhubarb on the cells und tissues of the bodv
4 osa. Mis and take to a teaspoon Olycol-Arbolene 1 os.. Kluld Kxt Blad-
ful after each meal and at bedtime, derwrack os.. Aromatic Kllixir 4U
Continue several months if necessary, oss. Mix, shake well and ink, tn.
Also take this nerve an system tonic: spoonful after meals for three days and
Comp. Syrup llvpo-phosphltes 5 osa.. then Increase to two teaapoonf ula. Con
Tincture Cadomene Compound 1 os. tlnue several weeks or months as the
Mis. take a teaspoonful. four times rase may require. From Ave to seven
dally. 1 t - pounds a week should be eliminated.
Man: Use same treatment as It. S.: If you win follow my course
Trouble. of treatment rigidly you can clear the
tteorgta: tse same treatment as face of pimples. blackheads and
Trouble. blotches, and at the same time purifv
Aiinraiuv. vmv- roiiKii r m oiooa anu tone up the svstem so
chronic asthma, hay fever Incipient that you will not again be afflicted A
consumption, any one of Which your bad and troublesome case like vours
case may be, will quickly be-overcome requires a thorough treatment. Obtain
by the persistent and regu.te use of a 4-os. Jar of Tlaln Yellow Minvol and
tne iouowii; wn i r-u. iypius i massage tne race as per directions a
ii ram, lereoene i orim. r.r aien- I coinpan ring. Then apply this oint-
i no-wiirni '.".""."'V I oss-iment: itose-Kayioin z i drams, Lan
MIX. Always snaae nome sn.i take a olln 3 oss. Ho this twice daily. Also
teaspoonful every hour ur tt hours take internally Syrup llypophosphites
llirougn ne oay. aito wf ana l Compound oss., Comsound Essence
evrin inii. rnvon 'TOuoie. i ariiiot i oa, Tinciure tartomene Com-
iius tm F7""" " """'. pound i os. msx and taKe a teaspoon-
unscrioer: iiuin you are i im-I f ul at menl time and at bedtime. If
I'"" ''o- ,!' -e -eiiri ypo- constitpated taae 3-graln Sulpherb
lO any more inin me pru.ses I M. (.). II.: Toil are Buffering with
In the cells and tissues necessary t. in- chronic indigestion and dyspepsia If
rr '" i . " . - nour symptoms are pains under the
process which requires time In lue 1 shoulders, heart palpitation, shortness
I'Uiiiuni - in, uur, vie or breatn arter eating, neichlng, gas
and rei oram nrpu- i aml hevr feeling In stomach. For
roni'nu' .-...w ..." -Kioiii '.'!. quirn Teller, oniatn a package of Tab
Nuclane Tablets for S or 4 montnk uts Triopeptine and take rink after
Your health and jtrengtn are certain t breakfast, white after dinner and blue
improve n "7'"1 . -" ""n arter supper, as a tonic, restorative,
as certain as night follows dv. V tHke a teaspoonful before meals of the
Mrs. O. B. K.: A our chronic sores .following: Compound Syrup Hypo
an.l Itching are not the same as e-se-lrhoilphil. 5 OM., Tincture Cadomene
ma. too ey . ' . i " 1 I'omimund l os. Allx. Continue 6 to 8
best them." Oct the Ingredients and Fweks.
mix this ointment ynursen. liensoin
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Latest Paris creation to be worn at
teas or for visiting. The hat is of
dark green velvet, faced with black
velvet, and ornamented with a mag
nificent bird of paradise feather of nat
The form of the hat is the ever pop
ular and very becoming marquis, but
having a wider brim than has been
shown heretofore by the leading mil
liners. This charming model, as here
shown, was worn by Mile Darzlat, one
of the best known actresses of Paris.
(Photo by Manuel.)
sitlons, Gasparini, and Gretry, and
I'luddermann, and Leowe, modern
writers, also Torrence. Then there
were old English songs and a song
by Carlssiml. There was a fine ex'
hlbition of vocal control by Mr. Fan
nlng, who is what we call a temper
mental singer, and that means that he
puts life and expression into his
songs. He is a very young man and
does a great deal of work for a young
man, satisfactory, musical, artistic.
His diction has reached a high de
gree of finish, enabling the listener
to distinguish the languages, but not
only this, which, of course, should be
the rule, but Is not the rule general
ly the meaning of the words in their
application to the music that is, the
text in its application to music, is
made understood by him. It is not
merely the machine made diction, that
receives its force through the success
of properly pronouncing syllables. Not
only are the complet words under
stood, but the phrases are understood
their poetic meaning.
a pretty little apron. Late in the
evening a luncheon in three courses
was served. Those present were
Miss Alberta Sauer, Miss Clara Sauer.
Miss Irene Frauhman, Miss Anna
Mergler, Miss Lona Hon. Miss Lucile
Hoff, Master Rudolph Hoff, Master
Carl Hoff. Master Herman Tegeler
and Master Russell Stean.
Mr. and Mrs. EL R. Beatty will en
tertain with an Informal dinner par
ty Tuesday evening at their pretty
home in East Main street in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bogue of New
York, who are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Dougan. There will be six
TO ATTEND DANCE.
Among the local persons who will
attend the New Year's dance to be
given at Cambridge City this evening
will be Miss Mable Geier, Miss Kath
erine Sullivan, Miss Irene Hart. Miss
Mary Noland, and Miss Marguerite
Noland. The guests with Miss Doro
thy Dunkard, of Logansport, are be
ing entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
uet, ten couples In each, on each side
of the box occupied by President Taft.
The costumes of the men and maid
ens will be extraordinarily rich.
Mrs. Robert L. Taylor, the charm
ing young wife of the senator from
Tennessee will have charge of one of
the minuets. The othe will be con
ducted by Mrs. Arthur Lee, daughter
of Henry Gassaway Davis and sister-in-law
of Senator Elkins. The daugh
ter of Gen. Robert E. Lee is a frequent
guest in Washington of Mn and Mrs.
Arthur Lee. The two minuets will be
danced simultaneously, the Marine
band furnishing the inspiration.
sented with a musical Instrument and
much amusement was occasioned
when the guests endeavored to "per
form." The guests were Mr. and Mra.
J. II. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dal
by, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garver, Mr.
and Mrs. AMU llaughton. Mr. and Mrs.
Turner Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Kramer. Dr. Lee Hoover. Miss Edna
Hoover, Dr. Frank Harold andVMlss
A watch party was held Saturday
evening at the home of Miss Margaret
Thornburgh in East Main street. The
evening was sjwnt in a pleasant so
cial manner and with games. At mid
night a luncheon was served. The
debate and deliberations. Any presid
ing officer who will abuse the privi
lege given her by the organization,
and take advantage of her position to
introduce and further a movement
that she knows will be unsatisfactory
to a great number of members, at onca
proves herself unworthy of the office.
1 have frequently stood alone in de
manding that subjects such as relig
ion, suffrage and politics be barred,
and when it has been Impossible to
avoid discussion I have insisted p-!
on having equal debate from the af
firmative and the negative,
"When the assertion is made by
my opponents ihat I desire to brins
suffrage into the society of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution it is
RETURNED TO THIS CITY.
Mr. Russell Heitbrink, who is home
from Purdue university, Lafayette,
Indiana, has returned from Logans
port, Indiana, where he visited
friends. He expects to return to La
fayette on Wednesday of this week.
The regular monthly meeting of the ;
missionary society of the First Chris- j
tian church has .been postponed from
the first Tuesday In the month to the j Beck, Miss Eleanora Shute, Miss Anna i may not be amiss for me to state that
second Wednesday, January eleventh.;
Members are asked to please note this
change in the date.
guests were Miss Esther Fletcher, j absolutely untrue. As Mrs. Charles
Miss Emily Fletcher, Miss Esther I W. Fairbanks l:as been referred to It
Mr. W. Nj Curtis, formerly with
the Home Telephone company of this
city, left last night to accept a position
with the Automatic Electric company
of Chicago. Mr. Curtis was succeed
ed as manager by Mr. George Moss.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Price were the
host and hostess for a dinner party
given yesterday at their Home in South
Eighteenth street. The guests were
members of the family.
TO CO ESSE.
Miss Florence Corwin will return to
Coesse, Indiana, where she is teaching
this winter after having Bpent the holi
days in this city the guest of her
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Overman enter
tained with a dinner party recently at
their home in North West Seventh
street. Holly and other greenery was
used in appointing the table. The af
fair was arranged in celebration of
Mrs. Overman's birthday anniversary.
She was the recipient of a number of
gifts. The guests were Mrs. Rhoda
Mendenhall, mother of Mrs. Overman
and who is in her eighty-seventh year,
Mrs. Mattie Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Morgan, Mrs. Anna Menden
hall, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Atkinson,
Mr. Harry Jay, Mr. Adelbert and Mr.
Herschel Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Chiles,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark, Miss
Gladys Clark, Miss Treva Clark, Mrs.
Mark Mendenhall, Mrs. Moore of
Dublin, Mrs. Lawrence Grace and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brum
Held and Mr. Howard Marine.
RETURNED T6 MINNEAPOLIS.
Miss Dora Wallace of Milton, In
diana, and who is teaching in the
Minneapolis schools was in the city
yesterday for a few hours. She was en
route to Minneapolis, after having
spent a fortnight in this vicinity vis
iting friends and relatives.
CONCERNING MISS TAFT.
A dispatch from Washington is aa
Miss Taft at her first Washington
ball, that of Mrs. Henderson, wore a
frock of white satin constructed with
blue satin and blue chiffon cloth.
There were two long narrow sash
ends faling from a blue girdle. While
the costume was narrow in contour, it
by no means followed the restricted
lines of the prevailing fashions. Both
Mrs. Taft and her daughter abhor a
At the southern relief ball January
23, always one of the smartest events
of the winter, a picturesque feature
will be the dancing of a double min-
A WATCH PARTY.
A watch party was given Saturday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Casper Knierira. Music and games
were the main features of the even
ing. A midnight lunch was served.
The guests were Miss Margaret Bro
kamp, Miss Laviana Clevenger, Miss
Mary Tiffany, Miss Carrie Schanck.
Miss Hilda Miller, Miss Mary Rost,
Miss Bridget Tirnan, Miss Dorothy
Burns, Miss Eva Turner, Miss May
Harris. Mr. Ollie Clevenger, Mr. Wil
liam Clevenger, Mr. William Brokamp,
Mr. Warren McBride, Mr. William
Nichter, Mr. Herbert Ray, Mr. Wil
liam Knierim, Mr. John Knierim, Mr.
Charles Knierim and Mr. James Tirnan.
WENT TO OXFORD.
Miss Louise Malsby went to Oxford,
Ohio, this morning where she will
probably enter school.
Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Harold were giv
en a pleasant surprise Saturday even
ing by a number of their friends who
called to watch the "old year out and
the New Year in," and to also assist
in celebrating Dr. Harold's birthday
anniversary. Games, music and so
cial conversation were the features of
the evening. At midnight a lunch was
served. After this hour the guests
called up a number of their friends in
forming them that the year 1911 had
been ushered in. Each guest was pre-
Nicholson. Miss Aisle French, Miss
Marie Kaufman and Miss Mona Porter.
OF INTEREST TO D. A. R.'S.
Local members of the Daughters of
the American Revolution who are In
terested In the candidacy of Mrs. Wil
liam Cumrning Story for the office
of president of the national society
have received circulars stating that
Manhattan Chapter of the city of New
1 believe Mrs. Fairbanks holds the
same views that I do as to the im
propriety of introducing religion, poll
tics or suffrage into the society, and,
all statements to the contrary. I
have the honor of counting Mrs. Fair
banks among my supporters." India
ATTEND BETA DANCE.
Mr. Richard Sedgwick and
! Everett Ackerman attended
York announces the candidacy of Mrs. j Christmas dance given at Muncie, In
Story for the office of president gen-diana by the members of the Beta
eral. Mrs. Story now holds the office j phi Sigma fraternity of that place,
cf president of Manhattan Chapter, j An account of the affair from the Mun
one of the largest in the state of New!cie Press will Interest members of the
york, and besides the Indorsement of! local frat:
her own organization there are ap-j The Beta pht S1grua fraternity held
pended the names of regents of sixty-vXr annuai dance in the Commercial
four other chapters as indorsers. Thef rlub jall evening. The hall
circular, in asRing tne consideration or ' AnrataA ,,, th fratomttv rol-
chapters throughout the country,!
states that Mrs. Story has held the
following offices and given distin
New York state regent, D. A. R.;
honorary state regent for New Ybrk,
D. A. R.; regent of Manhattan Chap
ter. D. A. R.; treasurer New York D.
A. R. Utility Fund, New York state di
rector Society of Children of the
American Revolution, president New
York City Federation of Women's
clubs, vice president National Society
of Patriotic Women of America, mem
ber of the Society of Colonial Dames
in the state of New York, vice presi
dent Women's Missionary society, St
John's Episcopal church. Far Rocka
way, L. I.
The national convention will be held
in April, and already the campaign is
under way. Mrs. Story, who lost the
election last year by eight votes, is
opposing the incumbent Mrs. Matthew
Scott. Each has a large following and
the excitement is Intense. A story
published recently to the effect that
Mrs. Story would take the question
of "votes for women" Into the cam
paign, has aroused her to action, and
she replied with a circular letter,
copies of which have been received
by friends in Indianapolis. The letter
"I absolutely disapprove of admitt
ing and dividing subjects, such as re
ligion, politics or suffrage, into large
organizations which embrace member
ship from all sections of the country.
I have served as presiding officer in
organizations representing 60,000 wo
men, and my record shows that I re
quire a nonpartisan attitude on the
part of the chairman in the matter of
ors. old gold and black, and the fra
ternity seals, fitted with electric lights
made the hall look exceedingly bright
and picturesque. Also the trimmings
of Christmas including the holly, mis
tletoe, ferns and poinsetta were used
rations. The music was furnished by
a celebrated saxaphone orchestra from
Springfield, Ohio, and during the
evening the latest song hits were play
ed and as a whole were received with
greater enthusiasm than any muslo
had before by the fraternity. The
stage upon which the orchestra was
placed was equipped with a strong
search light and during the evening it
was shifted up and down the hall giv
ing a very pleasing effect. The pro
grams were exceedingly, clever and
were hand painted and the letters of
the fraternity were placed upon the
front in large gold raised letters. The
"stunt" dances were very pretty and
were novel as well as Interesting. At
the Intermission all the guests retired
to the Commercial club dining room
where an elaborate luncheon : was
served. One of the most charming
features of the dance were the beauti
ful gowns worn by the lady guests.
Some of the favors were given the la
dles and also some were given the
men. One of the most pleasing favors
was the conventional rose given to
each guest. The grand march began
at nine o'clock and was led by Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kltselman. Many out
of town people were present and sev
eral affairs will be given next week
for the visitors. ,
Mrs. Austins Buckwheat Flour gives
you a good wholesome breakfast.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klein enter-1
taincd with a charming dinner party ,
last evening at their home in South
Fourteenth street. Dinner in several
courses was served a.t six o'clock.
Places were arranged at the table for j
sixteen guests. i
A GUEST HERE.
Miss Louise Zimmerman, of Hamil
ton. Ohio, is in the city the guest of
Miss Hilda Sieweke. Last evening
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sieweke enter
tained with a six o'clock dinner par
ty in her honor.
TO ST. LOUIS.
Miss Eleanor Surrendorf has gone
to St. Louis for a visit with friends
Hr. and Mrs. William Bayfield, en
tertained with a dinner party last eve
ning at the Westcott. Places were ar
ranged at the table for ten guests'
They were Mr. and Mrs. Omar Holl
Ingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B.
Quinn, of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Carr and little daughter, Alice, with
the host and hostess.
PARTY FOR NEY YEARS.
Miss Helen Jameson entertained
with a "watch party" Saturday evening
at her home In South Thirteenth
street. The guests were Miss Louise
Malsby, Miss Arline Shreeve. Mr. Hus
ton Marlatt, Mr. Roland Coate and
Mr. Carlos Haas.
Mr. A. W. Hempleman will leave
soon for Florida where he will spend
the remainder of the winter.
Dinner parties were numerous yes
terday and nearly all the affairs were
family parties and were very enjoyable.
WILL MEET TUESDAY.
The members of the Aftermath so
ciety whl meet Tuesday with the
Misses Moorman ?t their home in
South Sixteenth street instead of
meeting with Mrs. Hiser as is announc
ed In the year book.
sted Ijrd 4 osa.. Ijinoltn 3 ess., and an
llseptle Vllane l'owder S os. Mix
thoroughly. Wash sores with castile
soap and apply twl.-e dally. If neces
sary, bandage to keep out d" . etc.
r.. 11. : Your ronninnn is mil peyono
i Julia K.: Your nuestlons and svmp
mi have been answered and explnin
t several times heretofore In these
rB.umns. but as they may have escaped
ir attention I will repeat my advice.
"I have for ntr.y others. To remove
rentes sno tan tiave the following
hope. Timidity. Inmnla. nervousness , catvuijjr mixed and apply twice dali
and Inability to act ratlnnallv and na
turally as a healthy, vigorous person
would, ran soon be overcome, and a
hounding new health ran be felt surg
ing In rich, red hlood through the en
tire system If the following treatment
Is faithfully adhered to. L' the fol-
t face wash: Potassium Carbonate
dyms. podium Chloride 2 drams.
"K-ioln drams. Orange
in r " ater z on., Kosewater 8 ma.
"Jlx siiil spply. This Is the most effee-
, 'raiment for jou that can be lot'
Mr. John O'Conner has returned to
hU home in Chicago after having
spent the Christmas vacation in tliis
?!ty the guest of his parents.
NEW YEAR'S PARTY.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoff entertained
with a delightful New Year's party.
The guests included a number of
young people. ' Games and. music were
the principal features of the evening's
amusements Favors for the game
were given to Miss Alberta Sauer rftnd
Mlsa Clara Sauer. The first fa vcT be
ing a box of boo bona and the second
Begins Tuesday. Jan. 3 Continues Five Days
AN OFFERING OF SILKS THAT IS NOT ONLY TIMELY, BUT VERY ADVANTAGEOUS. PRICES
ARE SHARPLY REDUCED ON TAFFETA, FOULARD AND OTTAMAN SILKS. READ THE ITEMS:
Lot one consists of all plain col
ored Silks in 18 inch widths, every
shade. and color of which is new
and desirable. The quality is ex
cellent and worth 68c yd.
5 Day Special, yd 48c"
A goodly number of really desira
ble patterns in Cheney Bros.'
Quality full, standard widths;
selling for 5 days at yd 68c
Taffeta - Sis
Lot two is also of standard quality
in all the best shades and colors;
full 18 in. wide, regular selling
price from 75c to $1.00 yard.
5 Day Special, yd.. . . ..... . .58c
At reduced prices a silk that is
different, but very popular
many shades, good widths.
Reduced to per yd. ......... 30c
EXTRA TIRADE STIIVSULATTOK
In connection with the above special silk values we place at your command our Entire Stock of WOOL
DRESS GOODS at a special DISCOUNT OF 10. Take advantage of this special offer and we know
you will be more than pleased.
Dress Goods &
tine Geo. E Moleitojj Co.
Dress Goods ft