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The Richmond fTadfiimV Friday; -June 22, 1 903.
Page5A fraSH" Special E HAVE for today one of the finest fruit - specials on sale in Richmond pineapples not undersiz ed but large and heavy good full weight for canning the best fruit Is the ouly fruit our pine apples are soundno bruises A phone order" and we will rush de livery with pleasure. Pickles tar We have, tome fine fancy sour pickles which we are selling at a bargain at 5 cents per dozen; also a lot of fancy mixed sweet pickles at 10 cents. per measure. Str berries Kuth's berrie one of our leaders. Phone usfor some of these popular 'berms. Queen Bees crackers Jb .. i. 10c. 3 lbs for .. .. .'. .... . 25c. Spring onions ..I Jf for 5c. Cucumbers .. .. IF. .. 5c. Radishes, crisp . . .. ..p for 5c. Lettuce, tender per lb 10c. Gooseberries .2 qts 15c. 0. A. Harmeier Phone Jill. 1030 Main During the ptt eight month! we pmy ofaoUted t till the wdaingsf the most prominent M Brides of Rlchnrond Yon know them. Art them ftfout oar work. If you wsnt the muslcsUfcrogrftm of your wedding artistic nq aompie Call up Tel. No. I50 Tet-rauq Concert Quarm apv- re still 1 r ..WALL PAPrfR.. rine Line Graduating Presents. TKADINQ STAMP f Moormann's Bookstore eao Main St. ra THE RICHMOND NO. 29 North 8th fit. ' For Home Cooked Utl .1 111 .A. Jl. I.'M '. ubest trade only. Business Mtn'ssjjj P lunch our specialty. Sowing Machines.!. REPAIRS Ad SUPPLIES. i R.C1. LACfeY 718 MAJfl 8t Horn Phone 1242 ' . I WE WILL. HA' t A FULL LINE OF I ..FIREWORK ii At Wholesale Prices. Colored fire a Sptoalty. QUIGLEY & BABYLON 415 N. 8th. Phone 145 fTTy T T TTT T TT T " T 1' T" X W. P. O'.LCA.RY t I ....The Fruit Merchant JL ;; A lull line of Fruit VugltAles. t , , Candies, Cigars, Tobaclf and i Groceries. DEUyiSRY. I M fit. s loo J ndj m hi SUr.ir.1ER SCHOOL Students entering during June and July will obta Social and Personal Mention , - : - r- ' MRS. JOHN LONTZ WILL ENTERTAIN FOR MISS JULIET HOLLINGSWORTH RECEPTION TENDERED TO THE MISSES ALICE ASH BY AND C. U. KNIFER MRS. J. M. . BULLA ENTERTAINED FOR HER GUEST, MI6S FERN AUS TIN OF WILMINGTON. . " Calendar. Friday Miss Ruby Clark will giTe a luncheon for Symons-Hill bridal party. Mrs. Edward R. Beatty will give a card party. Saturday Mrs. Edw. R. Beatty will give reception. Mrs. Jobn Lontz has issued invita tions for a card party to be given Monday morning at her home in West cott Place, in honor of Miss Juliet Hoi lingswortb. A reception was tendered Miss Alice Ashby, and Miss C. U. Knifer, the new matron and her assistant at Reid Me morial hospital yesterday afternoon. between one hundred and fifty and Wo hundred guests were received and it was one of the most enjoyable af fairs, of this season's many entertain ments. At her home on North Ninth street yesterday afternoon, Mrs. J. M. Bulla assisted by Miss Sophia Marchant, eir tertained with a reception in honor of Miss Fern Austin of Wilmington, O., who is visiting Mrs. Bulla. The hours were from 2 to 4 and 4 to 6. In the parlors the hostesses were assisted in receiving by Mrs. Elgar Hibberd, Mrs. Gilbert Dunham, Mrs. E. B. Grosvenor, Mrs. Finfrock and Mrs. Anna Bennett and the Misses Ada Woodard, Sarah Hill, Carolyn Salter and Alice Un tnanK. At tne punch bowl were Misses Alice Harvey, Ruth Schooley, Lydia Snyder and India Smelser. The reception rooms were beautiful in their arrangement of white and green, the mantles being banked with lilies and ferns and the chandeliers twined with smllax. In the dining room the floral decorations were also in the green and white, with a centerpiece for the table of daisies and ferns, and festoons of smilax draping the buf fet and window hangings. H- The Roller Coaster Pedro Club will meet Saturday at 6:30 at P. W. Smith's, East Main street. Miss Lena Coffin, Miss Josephine Cates, and Messrs. ErvlUe Lockwood and Wilbur Hibberd, formed an infor mal dinner at the country Club Wednesday evening. Another party was composed of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Stimson and Mr. Frank Braffet. Messrs. Calloway and Marson, of Cambridge, gave a dance last evening Jackson Park. Several Richmond oung people were in attendance. ThV music was furnished by piano and drums. I , Among the many social functions given this week for Miss Bertha Hill, one of the most beautiful was the Pink Rose dinner last evening, given by Misses Jessie and Jeanette Land wer. Scattered artistically over the table were fern leaves, and at each end a silver candelabra with pink; candles in pink rose cups shed a soft, light over the cloth and charming; gowns of the guests. At each plate was a Jiny pink rose basket holding pink bon bons and the place cards, done in water colors, and gold. These were extremely dainty and beautiful, being two hearts pierced with a tiny gold dagger tied with white ribbons and wedding bells, and bearing the monogram of Miss Hill and Mr. Sy mons in gold and the name of each guest also in the gold. The dinner was served in five courses, the color v-cheme of pink and green being car ried out in the menu. The ice cream was in the form of pink roses served on the natural foliage. The guests were the members of the bridal party and several friends, and were compos ed of the following: Mrs. Jesse Horrey of. Indianapolis, Miss Estell Sy mons of Minneapolis, Miss Ruby Clark, Miss Lulu Likens, Miss Ruby Hunt and Mesdames Galen Lamb and Harlan Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Johnson of East Main street received ir formally last evening for their daughter Miss Ed na, who sails for Euioye the latter part of the month. The house was dec crated In elder blossoms and vines, In the dining room the table was charming with its center piece and cut glass candlesticks holding white tapers with white shades. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were assisted in receiv ing by Mr. and Mrs. Erie Reynold", Mr. and Mrs. Shuman Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Sample, Mr. uid Mrs. LeRoy Browne, Mr. and Mr?. Will Campbell and their guests, Mrs. Everecte Jones 6f Denver and Mr3. Reginald Mack ville, of Washingto-1, IX C. In the din ing room where Mtrs Nina Pennell, Miss Eva Toms an.l Miss Lena En glebfrt. 4fr Mrs. Will Gaar delightfully enter tained with a roscelleneous shower Jn htr apartments t the WestcoU Hctel In honor of Miss Juliette Hol- lingtiworth. The "rooms were most beautifully , decorated with huge jars of white roses and the chaufleJiers and mantles were tri.-nm'ed "with5 ae psrafeu: ferns. -From the central chandelier a white wedding veil, was Burpended and surmounting this were tvo white loops to which the gifts were tied with Ion white ribbon?. Over . all.i from the ce;iin ,VomtS- to tNj floor-were festoons of the fern?, msl ing a most attractive and beav.ti ful arrangement. Later in the tdtcr noer. bridge whist was . played at four tables, the ; prizes being a warded to Miss Blair, and. Miss Howard. The fol lowing Included,the guests: The Miss es: Juliet Hollingsworth, Carolyn Hollingsworth, Mary Shiveley, Clara Comstock, Nellie Howard, Blair, Beardsley and v Mesdames Paul Com stock, Taylor Saxton, Jeannette Gaar Leeds, J.: M. Gaar, A. D. Gayle,"Miltor Craighead, Omer Hollingsworth and Robert Stlmson. Misses Rena Stone and Helena Gause of Carthage who have been the guests of Miss Electa Henley have returned home. Miss C. M. Buckbee. Superintend ent of the Emerson School for young ladis at Ocalia,-Florida, arrived yes terday for a visit -with Mrs. L. H. Bun yan, North Twelfth street. Raymond Kinski of this city and Miss Elizabeth ' Beal of Cambridge City were married ' Ty the Rev. Mr. Hackleman Wednesday night at 8:30 o'clock. After 'the ceremony the brids and groom' went to Cambridge where a wedding supper was served. They will reside' at Cambridge for the present. Following is .a popping from one of the Hamilton . papers that will be of interest to Richmond people: One of the most elaborate weddings that ever occurred. Jn. Hamilton was that of Miss Mary Rine.arson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William, c. Rinearson, formerly of Cincinnati, and George Kester Erben,, of. Pittsburg, at Trinity Episcopal church, Thursday evening. The ceremony was read by Bishop Boyd Vincent and. Rev. David Arnold Schaeffer. The wadding colors used in the church .were .pink and white, while the altar was banked with sweet peas. The reception was held at the Rinearson home.. Jn Dayton street. Miss Rinearson entered the church up on the arm of her father, and was met at the chancej rail by. Mr. Erben. The young couple, pledged their troth ac cording to the rites pf the Episcopal Church. Miss Rinearson wore a gown of white Valenciennes lace, made over white silk. She also wore a diamond pendant, the gift of Mr. Erben. Fol lowing the reception at the Rinearson home, Mr. and Mrs. Erben went south in Mr. Rinearson's private car, and will spend their honeymoon in the mountains of North Carolina. They will make their home in Cannonsburg, Penn. , ! Miss Rinearson was the guest of Mrs. George Seidell for several weeks und also played the leading role in Pinafore, the home talent play the Elks gave here two years ago. Announcement has been made of the wedding of Miss Florence Henley of Carthage, Ind., and Mr. Murray Had ley, which took place last evening at the home of the bride. ' Both Mr. and Mrs. Hadley were former Earlham students and are well known in the city. There will be a meeting of the mem bers of the Keramic League in the parlors of the Starr Piano Company Saturday afternoon, for the purpose of electing officers and planning for the coming year's work. Miss Ruby Clark will give a lunch eon this noon for Miss Bertha. Hill. The members of the Symons-HIU bri dal party, and Mrs. Jesse 'Harvey of Indianapolis, and Miss Symons of Min neapolis will be present. The engagement of Miss Laura Hobson and Mr. Ralph Coppock of Damascus, Ohio, has been announced Both young people are graduates of Earlham College. PERSONAL MENTION. C. E. Wiley and wife of Bethel returned home yesterday from Ma rion where they attended the State Sunday School Convention. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jones spent yes terday in Dunkirk, visiting relatives. Miss Emilie F. Fawcett of Henry, Illinois, arrived in Richmond .Tuesday.l evening. She is the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shelley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drake have returnea to their home at Dayton, O., BUSINESS- COLUC. Richmond after visiting Mr. and - Mrs. Charles Minor of Chester. rMrs. Frank E. KInsey and children of Coudersport, Pa-i are the guests of Mr. and " Mrs. Theodore Candler, southeast of the ofyctl efarw Mrs. J. Y. Poundstone has returned home from a visit to friends in Day ton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nicholson left yesterday' morning on a trip through the north. George R. Dilks ,pen,t yesterday in Muncie and "Winchester . on business. A. W. Gregg of Ithjs . city I went to Cambridge yesterday Son " a business trip. Miss Lucile Maher is visiting In Muncie. William A. Moore is visiting rela tives in Chicago. Mr. and -Mrs. M. T. Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Earhart and Miss 'EarharJ are f the guests of 'Prof, and Mrs.' Will Earhart. Mrs. i.Edgar Henley of South 17th street 'Is entertaining Mrs. Dunn of Indianapolis. Miss Boyd of Cambridge was in this city yesterday. Miss Ellna Holmes will return from Marion -tomorrow where she 'has been attending the State Sunday school convention. Geo. Wolfe of Hollandsurg, O., was in the city on business yesterday. Mrs. Will Kilson is the guest of her parents, T. J. Stevens and wife of Eaton. Mrs. Harriet Foulke has returned from Marion. Mi3s Clara Newman has gone to Chicago to spend several weeks. Miss Electa Henley is the guest of friend3 at Campbellstowri. " ' Rev. C. W. Hoeffer will join his son Fortes at Bass Lake the last .of this week. Miss Bernda Halliday of Lynn was in the city yesterday among friends. Miss Ruby Kelly will spend Sunday in Muncie with Miss Medora Hopkins. Mrs. Pauline Gen.n Dykeman of Willshire, O., is visiting her parents on North 19th street. Mrs. Earnest Findlay has returned from a visit1 through the east. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fanning from lima, are visiting friends here for a few days. Miss Marie Pender and Lucile Car ney arrived home from Saint Mary's of the Woods' where they have been attending school. Miss Marie Knollenberg was the guest of Miss Louise Sbert at Cam bridge City " Tuesday. Will Dormer is in the city for a few days. Mr. John Vaughn has gone to Mich igan to visit with his daughter, who is spending the summer in their tage on the lake. Frank White or Knightstojrn was visiting friends here yesteyTay. Plenty of good homeyBaking at the Market 11th and M,'fUj3aturclay' June 23, by the ladies ojrthe English Lu theran church. 21-lt KELLOGG IS IN LAFAYETTE George W. Michaels P.re'tfrs Com plaint for Rearrest of Alleged Land Swindler. Lafayette, Ind., June 21.; (Spl..) Ulysses B. Kellogg, the Canadian land promoter, who was tried and ac quitted at Bloomington on the charge of grand larceny, was brought here to day, in the charge of Captain Clark, of the Lafayette police force. Kel logg was placed In jail to await a hearing In ; the; city - court. He . was arrested at .Bloomington on an affida vit filed in this city ' by George W. Michaels of .this city, who was also the leading prosecuting witness In the Bloomington trial. Not being able to secure Kellogg's conviction in Bloomington, Michaels, who was one of the heaviest losers in the Canadian land bubble, came to Lafayette last night and filed the affidavit. Kellogg's arrest was not known to many. Michaels says he will prose cute him to the bitter end. He al leges that Keljogg deliberately stole $8,000 from Indiana' people, and should not go unpunished. Rev. McCormick to Speak. Milton, Ind., June 21. (Spl.) Rev. F. C. McCormick, Misses Leona Ball and Blanche Moore are at Conners ville attending the Christian Endea vor Convention. Rev. Mk. McCormick will deliver the missionary address, the title of which is "Go, Lo, or WToe." Why wait for your friend's friend to come and look at your house week after next? You can sell it with a To Let ad in The Palladium. I M - Business college Co. CONCERT AT ART EXHIBIT Runge's Orchestra is to Play Program of Special Interest on Saturday Evenina. Saturday evening at the Artexhibit Runge's orchestra will ' give a irecital of special Interest. The pn?gramwill be as follows: Overture "Italians In Algeria ...... R. Rossini "Heart of Rome" March Ellis Brooks "The Wizard' of Oz" (Selection).. .......... ....P. Pietjens "Polish i National Dance" Scharwenka "Call of the' Wild' (March) F. H. Losey "The Sho Gun" (Selection) ...... .G. Luders "The Cricket's Serenade" Theo.- Bendix "High" Pride" (March) J. C. Heed ..Ladies' Penny Club market corner lith and Main, on June 30 instead of June 23. 22-26 Wadsworth-Moore. Milton, Ind., June 21. (Spl.) Mr. Albert Wadsworth and Miss Glenna Moore, of near Brownsville, took place Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Moore. The Moores for merly lived here. Miss Moore tausht school successfully. ROUN 3 TRIP ToD ooio JUNE 24 VIA DAYT0IJ& WESTERN mem go. FREE BAND THE PARK. CAVE OF TH CONCERTS AT WINDS THE NEW SENSATION AT LAKE SIDE. THE SOLDIERS HOME IS NOW IN THd HEIGHT OF ITS FLORAL BEAUTY. THE GROTTO IS THE MOST REFRESHING SPOT CON CEIVED BY MAN. THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION CO. la effect May 5, 1906. Subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE AM 5.50 AM i.ii 7.60 8.05 9.00 a5T P M 1PM llch'd M 8.00 8.48 8.68 and 8.00 8.4 8.58 9.20 9.57 io.ee 11.00 11.65 12.15 Eaton Ar V.Alex " Jayton " ka.5o tevery. 7;05 8.00 floor 10.06)i until 10X0 NEW PARIS BRANCH (THROUGH SERVICE) Leave Richmond for New Paris. 5:60. 6:45, 8:20, 9:20, 10:00. 11:20, a. m., 12:20, 1:20, 2:20, 3:00, 4:20, 5:20, 6:20, 7:20, 8:20, 9:55 and 11:00 P. M. Transfere at New Westvllle. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P., C. C. & St. L. for points north and south. At .West Alexandria with Cin cinnati Northern R. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with filec-' trie lines ,. diverging for Troy, Pij Sidney, X4ma, Xenia, Springfield, Co- lumbus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through-tickets t all points. For further lnformatl call Home Phone 269. Arrangements fo"- parties, sjJcial cars. . etc., ca41 phone or write Jc. O, BAKER, G. P. and P A., Wear Alex andria, O. MARTIN SWISHERAgent 0 9 0 THE PETER JOimSON CO. $ F0R GASOUflE STOVES g 1 AND HS GOODS. SUHDAY V ID Oil) n thjf Su mmer School Discount of 10. Tolophono 240 t -Lr Wayne tvjrfit PonwHoccu nett oys yne K MM V if ose forLV3en and onion. . . . a . . . i The Ibept Sifid cjr?Lp&jpoc$ H. C. Hasemeier Co. New Potatoes oer pk. jl5cta. NicVfan'cy larflefam6eith 'PotatoeajfBulJ riaey icnmonat.iKriornor boo Quart Masohf Jars .with -.rubbers The best and5hea,viestai economyjArs: ECOI No rubbersno sealing w $1.35. 3 quarts hand, plcked4.tJ IN OUR ' DftrY G0,0D3 Our specials 4 or Satuiia have the' biggest' value of an yarjriocts. BaNNETSrBONNETS; jd79;uw;rnpne r3K. tore;M Saturday Evenings. 4.11 dr. mm v NORTH TENTH STREfT ... . 4 andGipIo. nit atcDt That count most with us are fair,deaK Ing and honest values. We neverWave orwpfneveptwllf. handleanythlng but u merchandise, that we backof YouCn w"tfeVVTr' JT A: ) per doz $iUX)ialfilloiftri tawl ys r. MKTfitH-r, T : Pifl 4137 ia 1 1 11 11 I a I iriiM 11 -