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The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, October 17, 1906
Page Five.
b CRISIS OF GIRLHOOD
A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL
Miss limmt Cola Says that Lydia B
Plnkna.m'8 Vegetable Compound has
1 Savadl Her Life and Made Her Well
How many lives of beautiful yonnjr
girls have been sacrificed just as they
were ripening- into womanhood i How
many irregularities or displacements
have been developed at this important
period, resulting in years of suffering I
Complete Program Friday Night Club
. At Cambridge City for Season '06-'07
Girls' modesty and oversensitivenesa
often puzzle their mothers and baffle
physicians, because they withhold their
confidence at this critical period.
A mother should come to her child's
aid and remember that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound will at this
time prepare the system for the coming
change and start the menstrual period
in a young girl's life without pain or
irregularities.
Miss EmmaColeof Tullahoma, Tenn.,
writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
44 1 want to tell you that I am enjoying bet
ter health than I have for years, and I owe
it all to Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com
P0"1??.: ' - .
w nen iourceen years ox ago x suuorwi al
most constant pain, and for two or three
years I had soreness ana pain in my siae,
headaches and was dizzy and nervous, and
doctors all failed to help me.
44 Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
was recommended, and after taking it my
health began to improve rapidly, and I think
It saved my lire, x sincerely nope my expert
mm will be a taelo to other srirlfl who are toss
ing from girlhood to womanhood, for I know
your compouna win ao as niucn zor mem. "
If you know of any young girl who is
Bick and needs motherly advice ask her
to write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.,
and she will receive free advice which
will put her on the right road to a strong.
healthy and nappy womannooa.
AUTO WRECKED; 4 HURT
EXPLOSION OF GASOLINE.
Officers Mrs. C. W. Wagner, President; Mrs. J. T. Reese, Vice Presi
dent; Mr. J. C. Dodson, Secretary; Mr. T. E. Frazer, Treasurer.
COMMITTEES.
Executive Dr. J. B. Allen; Mr. W. H. Doney, Miss Elizabeth Whelan,
Mrs. Lee Ault, Mrs. Mary M. Riche.
Program Mr. T. E. Frazer, Mrs. C. W. Wagner, Mrs. Lee Ault, Mrs.
W. H. Doney, Miss Catherine Kniese.
Music Prof. J. T. Reese, Mrs. W. II. Doney, hostess of the evening.
Quartette Miss Rose Griesinger, Miss Hattie Ault, Miss Elizabeth
Whelan, Miss Dora Wallace.
SEPTEMBER TWENTY-FIRST.
With Mr. J. C. Dodson. Annual election and business meeting.
trie American
Occupants of the Car Badly Burned,!
While One Had His Eye Gouged
Out Machine Swerved From Road
way and Struck Ti Pole.
Cleveland, u., Oct. 1C. aut:nc
bile, while running at a high rate o
speea on uetroit avenue, struck i
trolley pole in Lakewood, a suburb
and the gasoline tank exploded. Ever
one of the four occupants of the cc
was injured and two may die. The in
jured are: Miss Anna Schmittel, buri;
ed about the arms and body, right am
fractured; Miss Hulda Ackermau
burned about the legs and back, con
dition critical; Benjamin Camen, bur.
ed about the head and hands; Geoi:r:
llartman, right eye gouged out, s!:iT.
fractured, condition critical. The ca
was valued at $4,200 and was ownc.
by M. J. Mandelbaum, the tractior
owner and banker. According to Cam
ra, who was driving the machine
something went wrong with the mc-
cninery. The car suddenly swerved
from the roadway and struck the trol
ley pole.
Marietta Celebration.
Marietta, O., Oct.-16. The big week
of celebration at Marietta opened with
the annual reunion of the Washington
County "timon Veterans' association.
General R. B. Brown, national com
mander of the Grand Army, was 'pres'
ent. It is expected that 1,000 of the
old comrades will be in line for the
parade. Wednesday the state confer
ence of the Daughters of the American
Revolution will be held. Thursday
will witness the unveiling of the
bronze tablet on the campus of Mari
etta college. This tablet is presented
by the Ohio Company association of
New York.
OCTOBER FIFTH.
With Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Penny. "Is the Millionare
Ideal?" Mr. J. C. Dodson.
"A Summer Vacation in Canada" Mr. W. II. Doney.
OCTOBER NINETEENTH.
With Miss Catherine Kniese. .
"Sanitation" Dr. J. B. Allen.
"Dutch Life in Town and Country" Mrs. Lee Ault
Ten minutes laughter.
NOVEMBER SECOND.
With Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reese.
"Child Life in Holland" Miss Hattie Ault.
"The House of Mirth" Mrs. II. E. Penny.
NOVEMBER SIXTEENTH.
With Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ault. . -
' ' "Progress of Music and Art in the Nineteenth Century"AIrs. C. W.
Wagner.
"Our Native Trees" Miss Rose Griesinger.
' Your Funniest Childhood Experience.
NOVEMBER TWENTY-THIRD.
With Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wagner.
Social Committee Miss Griesinger, Mrs. C. W. Wagner, Miss Kniese,
Miss Ebert, Mr. Doney.
DECEMBER SEVENTH.
With Mrs. Wesley Cornell.
"Making tho Desert Blossom" Mrs. Isadore Wilson.
- "Dutch Pictures and Their Makers" Miss Kniese.
DECEMBER TWENTV-FIRST.
With Miss Rose Griesinger.
"Holland's Music" Miss Grace m Mills. -"Counters
and Characters" Mr. T. E. Frazer..
Ten Minutes Relaxation.
JANUARY ELEVENTH.
With Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Doney.
"Lalla Rookh" Mrs. J. T. Reese.
"Recent Events" Miss Louise Klieber.
"How a Mud-Hole Became a Flower-Garden" Mrs. Bent Wilson
JANUARY TWENTY-FIFTH.
With Miss WTielan."
"The Pennsylvania Dutch" Mrs. W. H. Doney.
"Mr. Burbank, Maker of New Fruits" Dr. W. B. Harris.
"A Trip Through the Southwest" Lawrence Harned.
FEBRUARY EIGHTH.
With Dr. J. B. Allen.
"Our Native Birds" Miss .Wallace.
"Holland 'as Seen by an American" Mrs. Mary M. Riche.
Why We Laugh, Illustrated.
FEBRUARY TWENTY-SECOND.
With TfX I aatf Urs. W. II. Doney.
Election of officers for 1907-08.
Social Committee Mrs. Doney, Miss Aisle Kendall," Mrs. Bent Wil
son. Miss Mr. Bent Wilson.
MARCH EIGHTH
With Dr. W. B. Harris.
"Historical Attractions of England" Miss Annette Edmunds,
"William the Silent" Miss Bertie LaFever.
MARCH TWENTY-SECOND.
With Mr. and Mrs. Frazer.
"Tennyson" Prof.Lee Ault.
"Commercial Value of Civic Beauty" Miss Ella Smith.
The best "Dutch" joke you ever heard.
APRIL FIFTH.
With Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ault.
. "Henry Esmond. General character of the Book" Miss Nellie
Newman.
"Queen Wilhelmina" Miss Marie Hodskin.
APRIL NINETEENTH.
With Mrs. Mary M. Riche.
"Characters of Henry Esmond. What they contribute to the purpose
of the book" Miss Elizabeth Whelan
"Queen Elizabeth" ss Aisle Kendall.
MAY THIRD.
With Miss Ella Smith.
"The Cantata Belschazzar" Prof. J. T. Reese.
MAY SEVENTEENTH.
With Mrs. "Cl Wagner.
"Government Taxes" Mrs. Wilson.
"The Persistency of Myths" Miss Louise Ebert.
HE MAY INDICT ANOTHER
ALONG WITH HARRY THAW.
To Exhume Girl's Body.
Doshler, O., Oct. 16. The prosecut
ing attorney requested the parents of
Miss Jennie Decker, who committed
suicide, to have the body exhumed
and a post-mortem examination held.
Orson Broka, the girl's lover, is now
under arrest on the charge of murder.
It being alleged that he bought the
poison with which the girl ended her
life. The county officials hope to prove
that Broka entered a suicide pact
with the girl, because his parents ob
jected to his marriage, but that he
never intended to carry out his part ol
the agreemeat.
Famous Dwarf Dead.
Ashland, O., Oct. 16. Luther Means.
55. the smallest man in Ashland coun
ty, if not in Ohio, died at his home
,r.orth of Aehland. He was 50 Inahei-
in iifisnu his Douy was like that c
an ordinary man and his head abner
nally large, but his legs were shor
and very slender. Eight years ag
Means married Miss Loella Mansfie:,
of Burlington. Lawrence county, C
Mrs. Means is only 4S inches i
height. The day they were marrie
their weights-were exactly the san
113 nounds.
Asyium Attendants Held.
Lexington. Ky OcL 16. As a r
suit of an investigation by the sta:
board of control fa the. asylum ar.
prison cf charges that Fred Ketterc
A patient, h::d teen murdered byt
tendants, the grand jury, return
three iad!ctment3 hero. Fred IT:
r!s, one of the accuse!, was it en
arrested. b-?i th- offers, who nair
the court wn;:ld nnt permit b- r
l'sh"d " rr rr
District Attorney Jerome intimates
That the Young Millionaire is Not
Alone Responsible for Death of
Stanford White.
New iorn, Oct. 16. That anotnn.
person may be indicted with Harry
Thaw for the murder of Stanford
White was intimated by District At
torney Jerome. Mr. Jerome indicated
that such an indictment might be
found during an argument before Re
corder Goff as to the right of the dis
trict attorney to issue further grand
Jury subpoenaes In the case.
The attorneys for Harry Thaw have
sought to prevent the examination of
witneses in the case by the district at
torney throu?h the use of grand jurj-
subpoenaes in John Doe proceedings.
alleging that such examination was il
legal after Thaw had been indicted.
When the matter came up before
Recorder Goff Mr. Jerome said:
"There is no fiction In this case. I
am not sure that there is not another
that could be coupled with Harry K.
Thaw for an indictment for murder in
the first degree. It does not appear
where Thaw got the revolver with
which he killed White. It does not ap
pear that words were not spoken that
urged him on." -
IS SOLICITING A FUND
FOR WELL KNOWN WOMAN.
It is Desired That $100 be Kaised in
Order that Celia Arnold Hocket
May be Admitted to the Margaret
Smith Horn.
U-n artificial pas
x I
t and heat
' ao ti
Devil's Island Torture
is no worse than the terrible case of
Piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
I was advised to apply Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, and less than a box per-
j manently cured me, writes L. S. Na
pier, of Rugles, Ky. Heals all wounds
burns and sores like magic 25c at
. G. Luken & Co.. druggists.
Jesse Thomas, of Fountain City, is
in the city circulating a subscription
list on which it is desired to have
one hundred dollars raised in order
that Celia Arnold Hocket, aged 77
years, may be entered at the Mar
garet Smith Home on East Main
street. Mrs. Hocket is in the city
making application for admittance to
the Home. She is very well known
in the city as for many years she was
the matron at the Home for Friend
less Women, later going to the Sold
ier's Orphan Home at Knightstown
in the same capacity. Her last posi
tion was as matron of the Plainfield
Reform School. Since quitting this
last place she has existed through
the sympathies of her friends of
whom she has many. Mr. Thomas
has already many names of persons
who have either paid or promised to
pay some part of the amount required.
"Doan's Ointment cured me of ec
zema that had annoyed me a Ion
time. The cure was permanent.
Hon. S. W. Matthews, Commiss
Labor Statistic, Augusta. Me
Artificial gas, the 20th Ce
fry fuel.
10-tf
Especially that kind which is practical, and trains young people to be a success in the business world. It makes
no difference what your station is in life, you need a thorough knowledge of accounts, be able to write a good bus
iness letter, run a typewriter skillfully, write a good system of shorthand, etc.
. Quoting From President
Roosevelt:
"In my observation extending over the
work of thousands of government em
ployes I find that the young; person
who enters upon public life without
first having secured a thorough, prac
tical business training, find3 his pro
gress enormously hampered at every
turn.' '
TO THE PUBLIC AND FORMER STUDENTS
Upon leaving the Ri
of the most prosp
ing graduated
thank the pu
and good w
the school,
have been t
I feel that I
that you wi
ued hearty support and confidence
the former students that
time and all scholarsh
largest class
ner students
twenty-five
the deepest
lends of the
gem
ss Colleae at
ear of its b5Ory,
L. : l -yL
r their! loyal si.
s I have beer
titude for the
lege.
e best of hanc
worthy of your
also wish to ass'
e gladly welcome
d when prese
ind
in-
all
my
khe
proprietors wish it dtinctlySiderstoi
ways, ready to give af
when called upon. Their facilities for ft
worthy students are the very best.
With best wishes for the future success
kindest regards for all the former stud
main
Sfncerely,
that they
all fori
lishin
ill be
student
positions to
fof
le college
ind friends.
rE. FULCHUM.
Again Quoting From Success,
Editorial, June Number:
'I believe that the Business Col
leges arelamong the greatest bless-
ings of American civilization today.
because thfly have saved thousands of
?raes fom being wrecked and have
made happy tens of thousands of
people."
YOVNG PEOPLE W
ARE AMIBIITEOTlS
Isn't the authority good and will you put off any longerMhe course that you have been considering for some time.
We conduct our own EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT and all we ask of you is to get ready and we will do the rest
Remember the student of the Richmond Business College has the schools at Muncie, Marion, Columbus, Ander
son, Kokomo, Logansport, LaFayette and Indianapolis to help him should be need it. "The Indiana Business
College represents the highest type of a business college." Hon. Alva 0. Reser, LaFayette.
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Every Monday is Enrollment Day at iHc
K2sIhiinniD)iniril ESussSihksss (3cnIllI33 oo
J. D. Brunner, Pres. Chas. C. Cring, Gen. Mgr. W. H. Carrier, Res. Mgr.
SI
WED AT HIGH ION
ST SPRINGFIELD, 0.
Mr. Burt Marshall and Miss
Fannie Winger Married
at Home of Bride.
WAS A PRETTY WEDDING.
AFTER AN EASTERN TRIP MR.
AND MRS. MARSHALL WILL
TAKE UP RESIDENCE AT MACE
DON NEW YORK.
Palladium, Want Ads Pay.
Springneld, O., Oct. 16, (Spl.) The
marriage of Miss Fannio Crothers
Winger, daughter of Capt. Amaziah
Winger to Mr. Burt E. Marshall, of
Macedon, N. Y., formerly of Rich
mond, took place at high noon today
at the home of the bride in South
Limestone street. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. John Clark
Hill, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church, in the presence Of a small
company of near, relatives. The dec
orations of" the parlors and dining
room were elaborate, a great variety
of blooms, artistically arranged, serv
ing to greiu'y enhance the beauty of
the scene. The ceremony took place
In the back parlor where a tempor
ary altar of tropical plants and white
roses had been arranged. Following
the ceremony a wedding breakfast
was served and the dining room was
exquisite in its , appointments.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall left this af
ternoon for the East and after No
vember. 1 will be at home in Palmyra,
X. Y., a short distance from Macedon.
The bride of today's wedding is one
of the most prominent young women
of Springneld and is the daughter of
one of the oldest and most highly es
teemed families. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Mar
shall, of Richmond, Ind. He has
been connected with the American
Seeding Machine Company since its
formation, coming first to Springneld
from Richmond when the main offices
were located here and going later to
Shortsville, N. Y., where one of the
plants of the company is located.
Some months ago he was transferred
to Macedon as sales manager of the
plant there.
Social and Personal Mention
rr.Z MUSICAL STUDY CLUB HELD ITS FIRST MEETING
YESTERDAY WILLIAM CHARLES FORMERLY OR
THIS CITY TO BE MARRIED AT COLUMBUS OHIO TO
NIGHTMRS. C. M. HAMILTON WILL ENTERTAIN THE
DORCAS SOCIETY THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
HE DIED IN A DAY COACH.
Sam Jones Passed Away Wnile Sit
ting in a Day Coach Funeral
Thursday Afternoon.
Chauaiiv.
. v. its. rr
body cf Rev. L'rauc! Junes, who dif
on a train en route frotn Olilalioma t
Little Rock, acccmrnied by his wi'
and two daughters, passed throuz.
Chattanooga. Mrs. Jcnes states tha
the report seat out that Mr. Jons
died in a bsrth cf a sleeping car Is ei
roneous. He died in a day coac?
which he occupied, cs he complainer
of not feeling well and wished to si'
up. On account of the public Interest
all over the south, Mrs. Jones an;
daughters have changed the date foi
the funeral until Thursday at 2 p. ra.
The remains will lie in state at theii
Cartersville home.
Freight Train Derailed.
Chicago, Oct. 16. By the derailing
of a freight train on the Chicago and
Eastern Illinois road, near Crete, III.,
fo men were instantly killed, another
fatally hurt and several others slight
ly injured. The killed were John
WIckley, engineer of the train, and J.
S. Allen, a brakeman. Hans Heskell,
fireman, Tas injured Internally and
his skull was fractured. The home of
the engineer was in Champaign, I1L
The eccident was caused by a defec
tire rail.
The Musical Study Club held Its
first regular meeting yesterday morn
ing in the parlors of the Starr Piano
Company. The study was Saint
Saens. The program consisted of the
following:
Piano quartet Mrs. E. B. Beatty,
Mrs. Turner Hadley, Miss Anna Ross,
Miss Besselman.
Vocal quaret Mrs. Q. C. Krone,
Mrs. Chas. Neal, Mrs. Ray Longneck
er, Miss Florence Shute.
. Piano solo Miss Alice Knollen
berg. Vocal solo Mrs. Elmer Gorman.
Vocal solo Mrs. Fred Bartel.
The next meeting will be October
30, and will be a study of Chaminade,
Faure and Massenet. The program
will be in charge of Miss Mary Peltz,
Miss Marie Runge, Miss Lena Engle
bert, Mrs. Will Earhart and Mrs. El
mer Gormon.
4fr
The wedding of Mr. William S.
Charles of Columbus, Ohio, formerly
of this city and Miss Carolyn Glea
son of New Rochelle, N. Y., will take
place this evening at the home of the
bride's parents in New Rochelle. ,
-
Mrs. C. M. Hamilton will entertain
the Dorcas Society of the First M. F
church Thursday afternoon at her
home on East Main street.
The Penny Club will meet this af
ternoon with Mrs. James Wilson at
her home on South 13th. Lur?heon
will be served.
Mrs. H. L. Freeman entertained at
dinner the past week at her home on
North 14th street. In the company
were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. NeIsoi)( Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Cadwallader,' Mrs.
Lewis King, Mrs. Henley Symmons,
of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Vina
Smith of Sheridan, Ind.
The ladies of the First Baptist
church will have an all day "Work
Meeting" today at the church.
Mrs. Frank Gilbert entertained the
members of the Magazine Club at
her home on North D street Monday
afternoon. The readers for the after
noon were Mrs. Harry Land and Mrs.
Francis Brown.
After the program a buffet lunch
eon was served. The next meeting
will be with Mrs. Brown at her home
on East Main street. The readers
will be Mrs. Samuel Gaar and Mrs.
Yarrington Barnes.
4f -5
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sudhoff en
tertained at dinner Sunday at their
home on South 4th street in honor
of Miss Ive Hunemeier and Mrs.
Harry Neiman whose marriage takes
place Thursdady. The decorations
were in the wedding colors of red,
green and white. Covers were laid
for twelve guests.
5 4
Miss Gertrude Epping gave a plate
shower Monday evening at her home
on South 5th street in honor of Miss
Clara Twehus who will be married
soon to Mr. Fred Jarvis.
The guests were Misses Anna
Blickwedel, Rose Weiss, Carrie Sch
wegman, Alice Jarvis, Adda Thor
man, Margaret Pennekamp, Agnes
Burkhart, Clara Pitman, Hazel Pit
man, Nellie Cook, Clara Feidhause,
Mrs. Chas. Brokamp, Mrs. Frazier,
Mrs. Warner Donnell and Mrs. Klin
genpeel. 35- -5s-
This evening at seven o'clock the
wedding of Miss Philomena Morel
and Mr. Floyd Pohlman of Columbus
Ohio will take place at the home of
the bride's parents on Liberty aven
ue. The attendants will be Miss
Alice Pohlman, sister of the groom
and Mr. A. L. Morel..
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Grace- M. E. church will give a six
o'clock chicken dinner this evening
at the church. '
X- 45-
The wedding of Miss Blanche
Turkenkoph of Connersville and Dr.
W. D. Weill of Indianapolis will take
place this evening at the home of the
bride's parents on Central avenue,
Connersville. A number of people
from this city will attend.
PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Alice Pohlman of Columbus,
O., is here to attend the Pohlman
Marvell wedding.
Mrs. Ray Harris of Strighn's
Station was In the city yesterday.
Miss Anna Ward was the guest of
friends In Centerville yesterday.
Fred Bond of Cambridge spent yes
terday in the city.
Harry Jay returned last evening
from a business trip to Kokomo.
Mr. and Mrs, D.. P.. Whelan were
the guests of friends In Cambridge
yesterday.
Mrs. W. W. Meek and son of San
Diego, Cal., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Meek.
Harry Dllks of Purdue University
is in the city for a few days.
Miss Vina Smith who has been the
guest of Rev. and Mrs. Nelson has
returned to her home in Sheridan,
Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Woodard of
Sabine, Ohio, are the guests of L. J.
Woodard and wife of Spring Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Border who
have been the guests of friends in
the city for a few days have returned
to their home in Cincinnati.
Mrs. 'Perry J. Freeman has return
ed from Greenfield.
Mrs. Frank Pritchard Is the guest
of friends in St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Helstand of Ea
ton are visiting in the city.
Mrs. Anna Olthouse of Greenville
is the guest of friends in the city.
IvLrs. E. A. Hall of Connersville is
visiting in the city.
John Bowman of New Paris was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Conner have
gone to Chicago for a week's visit.
Miss Mary Evans of Chicago is the
guest of friends in the city.
Miss Gertrude ( Hastings wHl return
to her home in Buffalo tlfe latter
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alorrow of.
Lynn were in the city fsterday.
Mrs. Clevela Al'g las lecture to the
Ladies of Richmond on "Why Mar
riage is SometIns J Failure, which
is said to be her talk, will be giv
en at St. Paul's Vrish house Wed
nesday evening, OcYober 17th at 7:30.
No admission. - 17-1L
Rescued it Sea.
Victoria, B. C. Oct. 16. Advices
were received of the rescue of the
survivors of a Japanese fishing junl
by the steamer Tango Maru, bom
irom Beauie to iOKonama, ion mJGcs
off shore. There were eight men cag
ing to the bottom of an upturneves-
sel and eight had been drownetT The
survivors were without foodXbn the
unturned hnll -r ftir davs.
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