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1 J he Richmond Palladium, Friday, May 25, 1906. Page 8. Qmme See PrLo 927-929 Q Main ) Street IH SOCIETY'S REALM LARGE LIST OF PATRONESSES INSURES MAY DAY FESTIVITIES OF BEING A SOCIAL EVENT. Many of the Leading Women of the City Announce That They Will At tend the Celebration at Earlham College Saturday Richmond Pedro Club and Wednesday Duplicate Whist Club Will Banquet at Cedar Springs Saturday. Earlham May Day celebration Sat urday afternoon promises to be at tended by one of the largest crowds that has ever witnessed an event of any sort at Earlham college. A large number of Richmond society women who will grace the .occasion, acting as patronesses are: Mesdames Chas. Francisco Wm. Trueblood Will Earhart Guy McCabe Jno. Eggemeyer Wm. HIatt Frank Clark Charles Kolp Henry King S. E. Swayno A. Jenkins C.A. Knollenberg Joseph Jay Martha Whltacre W. S. Kaufman Peter Beeler Cyrus Hodgln Howard Dill S. Dickinson Fred J. Bartell Charles Bond Folger Wilson David Sutton Edward Humpo Edwin Trueblood Edgar Hibberd Charles Marvel John Nicholson H. R. Robinson Edgar Stranahan Jos. Dickinson Earl H. Mann Wm. Campbell Paul Comstock Jesse S. Reeves Edward Harris Robert Kelly Sharon E. Jones Harry H. Weist Caroline Reeves Jennie Yaryan Cleveland Chase Benjamin' Johnson William Foulke Robert Sackett Charles Shlvely S. E. Smith ' David Dennis T. Abbott Mott Perry Freeman Lewis Stubbs Frank Land Henry Gennett William Furnas Lee Nusbaum T. Nicholson John Shroyer Clayton Hunt Alonzo Gardner W. C. Bernhardt Edwin Starbuck Alfred Ware D. R. Ellabarger Alice Ross Robert Study D. W. Comstock Alonzo Marshall Elbert Russell George Cates Arthur Charles N. C. Heironimus Wilbur Bradbury Webster Chandler John Poundstone W. S. Hlser Fred Butler Joseph Moore Clarence Case Richard Sedgwick William Starr Amasa Jenkins Finley Newlln 'Gertrude Hill M. Kenworthy Vernon Graves Conrad Huber George Balllnger George Dilks . L. C. Hoover A. Hill Anna Shultz Anna Harrison Sarah Hill Sarah A. Hill Marie Jones Lillian Kaminski Katherine Reece Thomas Graham Charles Neal Geo. Knollenberg John Johnson James Morrison Walter Hutton Melville Johnston E. B. Grosvenor Elma Nolte Mary uvans Sophia Marchant Marrianna Stubbs Laura Gaston Lulu Moorman Augusta Mering Clara Brown Mrs. George Calloway, Cambridge City. Mrs. Timothy Harrison, Kokomo. Mrs. Nathan C. Binford, Greenfield. Mrs. John Barrett, Indianapolis. Mrs. R. Roy Barrett, Cincinnati. Mrs. J. c. Breedlove, Spokane, Washington. The men of Richmond Pedro Club and the husbands of the members of the Wednesday Duplicate Whist club will entertain the xwomen of the two .clubs with a banquet at Cedar Springs Saturday eveniing. The banquet will bo quite a nice affair. A special car has been engaged to take the party over to the Springs. . The invitations for the picnic to be given for Adj. General and Mrs. Oran Perry today, have been recalled, cs General Perry has been called out Dn militia duty. The meeting of the N. L. T. club with Miss Josephine Richardson of South Nineteenth street, has been postponed. Mrs. Arthur Ault entertained charmingly at a children's party in honor of her daughter. Miss Ruth's, birthday, Wednesday afternoon In the kindergarten room of the Warner School. Games and contests were the features. A luncheon was serv ed at one long table. Those present were: Treva Dossier, Eleanor Foulke, Ruth Ault, Ruth Foulke, Hazel Forbes, Helen Lee, Bertha Rich, Reba Miller, Gertrude Huddleston, Gertrude Smith, Vera Ault, Annabelle Ault, Elizabeth Turner. Nelson Slnex. Harold Sinex, Howard Miller, William Simmons Clem Meyers, Richard Mansfield, Richard Hewitt, James Eowers, How e fPuretty YhMgB ard Fry, Jesse Townsend, Gerald Cross and Talbert Bowers. Mrs. W. K. Bradbury pleasantly en tertained the Wednesday Duplicate Whist Club at her home on North Fourteenth street, Wednsday after noon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. W. A. Sample of North Thir teenth street. The Mothers' League of Finley School will have a meeting this after noon at 3 o'clock in the school house. K- Invitations reading as follows have been issued: Mr. and Mrs. Eben Louck invite you to be present at the wed ding of their daughter, Bessie to Mr. Roy Taylor, Wednesday, June Sixth Ninetten Hundred Six, Seven O'Clock. 2009 Main Street. The at home cards are for after July 1, In Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Henry Simmons entertained the East End Club at her home on North 18th street Wednesday after noon. Bridge whist was played. The favors were given to Mrs. Galen Lamb and Mrs. Harlan Simmons. Misses Llllie and Rose Hasecoster entertained at their home on South 12th street with a parcel shower giv en for Miss Christina Thomas whose marriage to Mr. Lewis Hasecoster will take place in June. Miss Thomas received many beautiful and useful presents. Those present were: Mes dames George Schwenke, John Schwenke, Charles Hasecoster, Ray Sinex, Andrew Rausch and Henry Kimm. of Cincinnati; Misses Esther Tucker, Hilda Miller, Christina Thom as, Viola Steen, Martha Miller. Fre da Bendfeldt, Marie Runge, Ruich Von Pien, Mary Strothaus, Edna Nie man, Iva Hunnemeler, Alice Wlech man, Anna Klenker, Blanche B?rlh, Flora Welsbrod, Carrl Moss, Hilda Weisbrod, Anna Rausche. Julia Thomas, Lillle and Rose Kaseco3ter. Mrs. Elizabeth Strickland enter tained informally with Mrs. Jefferson Clark of North 7th street at dinner on Wednesday. Mesdames" Jennie Yaryan, Lewis D. Stubbs, Ada L. Bernhardt, James W. Morrisson. Car oline Kibbey, James Reeves and Oran Perry of Indianapolis vere present. -"- -" A grand ball Is to be given In Gay lor's new auditorium, at Greensfork, Saturday night, June 2, from 8 to 12. Music by White and Wilson. A number of Richmond young peo ple will go to Germantown Ohio, this afternoon to attend a danco given by the Chi Sigma Chi and Phi Omega Pi fraternities. The party will bj cha peroned by Mrs. Clem A. Gaar and Mrs .Samuel W. Gaar. Those who will go from here are the Misses De borah Sedgwick, Pearl Hasecoster, Mildred Gaar, Fannie Jones, Edna Bayer and Bertha Garver, and Messrs. Robert Carter, Earl Henley, Master Dudley Cates, and George Bayer. Miss Agness Twigg, of Dayton, formerly of this city, will accompany the party from Dayton. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Samuel Gaar has returned home after spending sever.il days vis iting relatives in Ohio. Mrs. H. H. Sudhon has retained from Louisville. Miss Julia Lawler is spending a few days with friends in Cambridge C!ty. She will atrenl the High School Commencement dauca there tonight. Mrs. Elizabeth Norton of Elwood Is the guest of relatives in Richmond for a few days. Mrs. Grace PorterfieM Polk has re turned home after a vls.'t with her mother. Miss Virginia Clements has return ed from a visit In Fountain City, Clifford Bevlngton has returned from an automobile trip in the west. Mrs. Orlin Camplin who has been the guest of relatives and friends returned to her home in Anderson. Miss Haley Harold has returned from an extended visit through the East Mrs. Margaret McOaw of Kansas has returned home after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fetta. Mrs. Carl Winters of Ft. Wayne is spending a few days in the city visit ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Converse has returned from Cincinnati. Miss Myrtle Banner of Anderson Is visiting friends In Richmond for a few days. . Misses Ann Dilks and Inez Coale have returned from Lafayette, where they attended a dance given by the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. Every Pattern A Winner Furniture Bedding Pictures HIS CLASS PONDERING STILL ANOTHER MYSTERY Local Victims of Physical Culturist Winston Are Wondering Whether They Will Receive the Chart He Promised Them. Disappointed patrons of Prof. B. Felix Winston, the physical culture artist who left the city before finish ing his term of lessons, are wonder ing where the beautiful chart, giving directions in regard to physical cul ture and which was to have been giv en as a part of the course, is to come from. This chart was to have been one of the main features of the course of lessons and according to the statements of Prof. Winston, it would enable the pupil to continue alone his physical culture work. No efforts have so far been made to locate Winston. He left his address at the Arlington, telling the clerk there to forward his mail to Logans port It is said that he told another attache at the Arlington "that he wanted his mail sent to the general delivery window, at Kokomo. It is up to the members of his class who lost on the deal to cause Winston's arrest, and if they do not care to go to any expense, the man will probably go free. THE CITY IN BRIEF The Union Ice Coc for Artificial Ice. Telephones, Home 941, Bell 10R tf Mrs. C. A. Brehn. 35-'N. 8th St. will give special prices on all dress and street hats Friday and Saturday. 25-2t H. C. Brawley and wife, of New Madison, spent yesterday visiting friends in Richmond. Homer Porte rfleld of Chicago, was here yesterday on a shoi-t visit to his mother and friends. He left for Day ton and the East, on an extensive trip. Walter Jessup, formerly of Econo my, and who has been superintend ent of schools at Westfield. Indiana, has beeii reelected to this position He will be here soon to visit rela tives and will then go to New York City to enter Columbia University. Mrs. Wilfred Jessup, of near Cen- terville, who has been seriolusly ill for several days, is considerably im proved. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHED Local Automobile Club Making Ar rangements to Escort Men Who Soeak at Bethel. Arrangements are being made by the Wayne County Automobile Club to take the speakers at the Bethel Decoration Day services, to that place next Tuesday, the speakers are Gus Condo, of Marion, James E. Wat son, Representative from, the sixth district in Congress, Walter S. Ratliff, nominee for state representative and R. E. Kirkman, State Senator. These men will probably be accompanied by their wives. Eaton-Saloons Close. On account of the new Ohio State law in regard to saloons, which goes into effect next Monday, four in Preb le County will close. The new law provides for a tax of $1,000 and the saloon men say that they cannot af ford to pay this amount and make any money. Two Eaton saloonists will retire from the business. , Tucker Will Filed. The will of the late Mrs. Charles O Tucker, filed yesterday with the coun ty clerk, provides that during the life of the husband of Mrs. Tucker, the real estate shall not be sold, but the income shall be divided equally be tween her husband and her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie F . Dealtry. After the death of her husband, the property will all go to the daughter. The es timated value of the property Is about $S,000. Supper Potsponed. The Ladies Aid Society at Chester has postponed its ice cream supper for Saturday on account of the death of Walter Huffman. RECORD BREAKING DAY FOR MASONS Richmond Lodge Confers Master's Degree on Class of Fourteen. BIG BANQUET FOLLOWED VISITORS WERE PRESEWT FROM ALL OVER COUNTY "AND SUR ROUNDING DISTRICT HALL A SCENE OF BEAUTY. The largest assemblage of Masons that ever gathered in Richmond or Wayne county to witness degree work, was present last night in the Mason ic Temple, when a class of fourteen candidates in Richmond Lodge receiv ed the final rites and ceremonies of the order. Work began in the after noon at 1 o'clock, Walter S. Ratliff, Master of Richmond Lodge, presid ing. Though the attendance in the afternoon was very large, the crowd of Masons that wended its way to the temple last night, brokeall records of the past. There were fully 500 mem bers of the fraternity on hand when the work began and a large part of these were unable to find seating ac commodations in the lodge rooms, proper. The parlors and ante-rooms were filled throughout the evening. Many Towns Represented. The visiting brethren came from ev ery town in Wayne county that has a lodge of Masons, and in addition there were visitors from New Castls, Con nersville, Winchester, New Paris, Ea ton, West Alexandria and Liberty. Following the exemplification of the Master's Degree, a banquet and smok er were the features. The great ban quet hall on the fourth floor of the temple was lavisly decoratsd with flowers and palms. Covers were laid for 400 and the tables were beautified with great clusters of carnations. At the east side of the banquet hall be hin ga huge bank of palms. Range's orchestra was stationed and ihe pro gram rendered was one of the pleas ing features of the evening. v Period of Speech Making. The crush was so great that mauy of the Masons were unable to find seats . at the "first table," but they were provided for later. When cigars were passed, there was a short period of speech making, during which time several Richmond and visiting breth ren gave talks. The candidates who received the final Blue Loi.c,e degree last night were as follows: William H. Romey, Charles H. Groce, Walter S. Davis, Daniel R. El labarger, James O. Rea, Charles H. Ford, R. L. Hosack, Clarence M. Hunt, E. H. Davenport, Sanford E. Henning, Frederick Charles, Luther E. Bruce, Will W. Reller and Walter A. Grimes. PETIT JURY WILL CONVENE First Case up Will be That of State vs. Frankenburg on Charge of Assault and Battery. The petit jury will convene this morning for the first time in several weeks to try the case of State vs. Frankenburg, for assault and battery with criminal intent. The April term jury has not had much work during May, but during next month, a busy session is expected. The trial today will probablv at tract considerable attention. Fran kenburg was sent to jail on a long sentence some time ago for violating the Sunday liquor laws, but the grand jury later found an indictment against him for contributing to the delinquency of young girls and for assault. He will be tried on the latter charge. Henry U. Johnson will defend him. Many Germs in Milk. A sample of milk from a Lebanon farm was sent to Indianapolis "and found to have over naif million - of germs to the cubic centimeter. The usual run of milk should contain but the trifling number of 1,000 germs to the cubic centimeter. People who have been using the 500.000 germ milk are beginning to feel sick, ac cording to reports. A Union Is Likely. The question of bringing about a union with the General Synod of the Reformed Church of America, which is the United Presbyterian church of the South, is one of the matters that perhaps will be settled at this assem bly. The matter has been pending for several years and it is deemed likely that the union will take place soon. Husband Can Lose Now. By a decision of the Appellata Court, husbands to buy property and have it in their wife's name, but with verbal understanding that it bo longs to them, lose all Hsht to tho property should a divorce be granted the wife. If the hu-sband is guilty of any misconduct, he may lose his land unless he owns it in his own name. Receipts at New Paris The New Paris station on the Penn sylvania Lines is not being seriously handicapped by the business done by the interurban lines The rate of fare is so nearly the same on both steam and electric roads that the steam road receives the preference. The first four months of this year have shown a 3500 increase. MAINTAIN EXCESS FARE URBAN OFFICIALS MEET Special Car Passed Through City Last Night From Dayton Where an Important Meeting Was Held The Y. M. C. A. Movement Growing. Two special cars bearing traction and electric interurban men. pa.3ed through'' this city last evening enroute to j Indianapolis j fFom Dayton, swhere the officials attended a meeting of the Central Electric Association, held there yesterday. There were repre sentatives fro mall lines running out of Indianapolis and other Indiana cit ies and. the meeting was the largest that has been held. At Dayton, the program included several talks and papers on different cubjects of interest to traction mag nates. A paper by an Indianapolis of ficial on the value of Y. M. C. A. work as connected with interurban lines received special attention. It is supposed that before many months, there will be a Y. M. C. A. movement which will include all traction lines in Indiana and Ohio. Nearly two hundred officials were r.t the meeting. Special cars brought them from Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Columbus, and Cincinnati, as well as from Indianapolis. G. K. Jeffries, of the Indianapolis & Eastern Ry. was the delegate from the local line. It was thought that the matter of cutting out excess fares on the lim ited trains would be brought up, but this was not done. In Ohio, the limit ed cars charge the same as the locals, but the excess fare Is still maintained in this state. Trustees Next Friday. The township trustees of Wayne County will meet next Friday, June 1, and report the sale of scho it books during the last quarter to County Su perintendent Jordan. Next year, a new kind of school book lor use in the grades has beon arranged for by the Legislature and thes? will be sold by the trustees. ' Assessment of $2,000. The Republican State Committee has refused to grant the petition filed by the Republican nominees for Ap pellate Judgeship asking that the as sessment for campaign expenses be reduced from $2,000 each. It was held that as the Judgeship is worth $C,- 000 a year a man can pay $2,000 to be elected. D. W. Comstock, of this city, is a nominee for this office. Presented With Gavel. Dr. S. R. Lyons, pastor of Reid Me morial church yesterday presented Moderator McClurkin with a gavel of solid mahogany upon which are carv' ed the cross, decorations which fig ure extensively in the church deco rations. AN OIL LEAVES DON'T LIKE TEXAS STATE Officials of "Lone Star" State Collect Evidence Against Standard Oil and Controlled Company Makes a Sig nificant Move. IPuJlishrs Pressl Marshall Texas, May 24. Follow. ing the return to Austin of State At torney General Davis and his assist ants, who have been in St. Louis, Jef ferson City, Chicago, Xc. Louis, Wash ington and New York examining the evidence recently taken by officials in those cities regarding the methods of the Standard Oil Company,- came the announcement late tonight, that the general officers of the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, in this city are to be re moved at once to Shreveport, La. The removal was begun at once, a large number of boxes containing effects of the corporation, and consisting chief ly of books, being Etarted for Shreve port on the evening train. During the past eight months we hare officiated at all the weddings of the most prominent Brides of Richmond You know them. Asli them about our work. 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Saratoga Chips (Darnells Best) .. :. ..10c pkg. Extra New YorR Cream Cheese per lb. .1 .. 18c; Fancy Standard Corn .... .... .. 4 cans 25c. Fancy canned Succotash (Best brand) . . can 15c. 4- 4. 6 1 1 PHONE YOUR ORDERS. J. M. Eggemeyer tti Mn sts. sitsSlftKatsS1J(l NO HOPE- NO LESS We save you money, not by nlckles or dimes, but by ONE AND FIVE DOLLAR BILLS. A glance t our magnificent stock assertion. Come look us through and save the 914 MAIN IM irnSFTI ITTTTCTTL kJ) ma 1 rcc VI ) ii v-f nu muni, hl ju. j ANNOUNCEMENT! We beg to announce to our patrons, together with all others who appreciate good and pure dairy products, thajt after Wednesday v Flay 23d, we will be foQid in our new location at 9 South 5th street, where we will be pleased io serve your wants. RICHMOND ARTIFICIAL GAS FOR COOKING ? Y WHY, YES ! IT'S THE CHEAPEST FUEL WE HAVE EVER USED. m RICHMOND SHOE CO. t. t. McDIVITT 1 EIGHTH AND MAIN 1 . , P. J. MOSS Baly Mm The baby's face will be alt smiles, If you buy them shoes of fancy Styles; ,4. With colors new and shapes the best, We can fit their feet and give them , Rest. . ; " V . Now we're talking and we mean it too, For we can save you money on every Shoe. Our line is large for, the feet that's small; And we can please you, if you can be pleased at, all. Baby white cancass Slippers and Shoes in all shapes and widths. Misses' White Oxfords 85cts to $1.25. Most complete line of ever shown. Notice oor iJAlI 16 N. 10th St. Phon 1819 4. ......... 44 ' Sr v : - y. V will prove you the truth of this broad. difference. STREET CREAH C0. si Children's Shoes anlSllppers window. " DEITIST New Method to Deaden Bensatlr Dentin "4 r A i ' !