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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, December 22, 1 906.
66 Q)sn Ladle F W3E YEAK, 1) I I IT 1 25b Haftitik n Hemstitched, Scalloped Edges and ValenciennesLace Trimmed. DO NOT MISS THIS. WONDERFUL HANDKERCHIEF BARGAIN TODAY. Social and Personal Mention i; Mrs. Howard; Campbell and Mrs. VIckham Corwln have issued lnvita ions for a reception to be given at the ;ome of Mrs. Campbell, on Ft. Wayne venue, Dec. 27, complimentary to Irs. Charles Corwln, of New York. ii t Mrs. John Hugo entertained The Iodern Pri&cilla Club yesterday aft rnoon at her homo on North 19th treet. The rooms were attract ire in aelr decorations of holly and ever ren. The afternoon was spent at eedlework and a two course luncb on wai served. altor by the bridegroom and his best man, Mr. Frank Dowell, of Bellefon taine, O. The house was attractively trimmed with Christmas grasaery, palms, ferns and white carnations. In the ceremony room, the fireplace was banked with the green and studded with white carnations. The bridal gown was of white silk net over white silk and " trimmed with a bertha of duches3 lace. The tulle veil was caught with a spray of valley lilies, and she carried an arm bouquet of MORTGAGING PROPERTY TO GET CHRISTMAS MONEY More Chattel Mortgages Have Been Filed at County Recorder's Office in Last Few Days Than For Some Time. WOMAN LOSES HUSBAND In the Bustle of Xmas Shopping, Rur al Residents are Separated All Endd Weill That many people are compelled to resort to extreme measures to pro cure sufficient funds for Christmas bride roses and ferns. Mrs. Hastings n. a-f --x,--j gown was pink satin combined with 'time to make all thei purchases, is 1BB 1151. IHt-t-tlUfe i j, 1V. c 11. . f th Huh will h In tun wr' wtth i lace ana sne carried a snower rriusiv-r. in eviueuua ai iue uuiee ui me cuuu r ti i -rtu f of pink rosebuds. After the ceremcuy ty recorder these days. More chat- ........ (there was a wedding supper. The tel mortgages have been filed during nriae s taDie was set in me ainiag room and was adorned in pink ar.d the past week than for a month pre vious. Liens on household goods of every description are given in order to raise funds for Christmas time and in many instances rates of inter est charged are excessive, as com- I 1 Tin Qnnnal . . rifiIuttax! Afiravtifn. i ,ent of the Wernle Orphans' Home M andT Mrs' , ill .be given Monday night at th home after January 1 In the La :ome and on Wednesday evening an!yerne- Among the guests from a Jjs . . . 4 ., . . ... , . tance who came to attend the wed urn wiuuicui win uo uciu ii . ! Dim's Lutheran church in this city. "in ere ir- anu MJ 1 reK ,V I pared wlUl the statutory rates' but I llamsburg, parents of the bridegroom; 1 1 a majority of cases the persons Grace M, Sunday school will slvewr- f nd "'ranT ' 0Zt i"' Mr'; .' who seck Ioans of 6maI1 amounts of r. ontoT-tainmont nr, phHfm. r.ta ! vutBiei -i. , .u milium money are unable to get them rrom .the ordinary sources and therefore they gladly pay the high rate for the accommodation afforded. 3 - . . f . Bellefontalne, O., and Mr. D. P. Coop- program of much interest is .)elng, rr,o Prm,lclna h rnI,-. I Cr. f GaliOll, O. 't1 for the poor at that time. , I v '' I The next rehearsal of the Richmond The annual Christmas entertain- Festival Chorus will .be held Wednea- ient of the South Eighth Street day, January 9, 1907, at 7:45 p. m., at riends church was held last evening the Coliseum. The Brahm Requiem (t the church. A cantata entitle I has been chosen for the remaiaing v3anta Claus and Uncle Sam" was chorus number and work will bo be- ven with a cast of thirty-nve ?eo gun upon it then. From now on le. The first scene represents 1 a faithful work and regular attendance1, ill road ticket office, with people har- will be necessary. ' ing in all directions and getting to all sorts of ludicrous prtdiea- Vients, the 'second an ice grotto and "ie third a Santa Claus convention ith delegates from all couatries 4 earing the national costumes. After le program a Christmas treat was .ven the children in the Sunday ;hool room. ' - )A Christmas concert was given yes frday afternoon by the music stu Bnts of Garfield school. The p'-n- Not a little excit amusement was day in the.vicini streets by a wo: t as well as ned yester- of .Slh and Main . a frantic n who effort to locate tile immeliate where abouts of her hulijand aim daughter who had come wtowil with her on a Christmas shcSpsJpxngfon and had gotteS, seirkted rom her ran excitedly aboiit jii an Almost hys terical way inquiring o-very one if they had seen the two persons an swering her haty -description. Offir rer Staubach wha rair as always "Johnie on the fcrWt" sized - up the situation l erybodya PATRICK WILL GET WORK Thought He Will Be Assigned to the Sash and Door Manufactory in the Prison. Bean tao Signature of The Rind You Haw Always Scft ,am was as follows: , iverture "The Castle Gate" . . . . ; J SchleiegrtIl. J Garfield School Orchestra. tng "Angel of Peace" M. Keller ri . School Orchestra. L ong "Stille Nacht" i Altes Weihnachtslid j German Chorus. SVhisper" Intermezzo F. Dean 5- Garfield School Orchestra. 8bng "Christmas Time" .W. Earhart School Chorus. B 'altzes "Omore del Cuor" S5 .. .... E. P. Snidor i Garfield School Orchestra. I '' .V. .Ji 'The following program will be fv i Sunday evening at the East Main ;reet Friends' Church: i)ng Congregation "Joy to the World." rayer Rev. Allen J.iy Recitation Gertrude Seaman "Welcome." Responsive Reading. 'ng Boys of Sunday School I "Merrv Christmas." miaftt Prlmnrtf riisnnrfiant 7t ecitation Raymond Wave While Shepherds Watched. 71 . . Five Girls of Miss Moore's Class : "The King of Glory." ng Primary Department "Christmas Everywhere." i "xercise Misses Ballard and Williams f cviinuvu ....... n o v v id 4 KVUkJ JIip, .. . . ....... . . .uaic ii'.'! ua -' ercise. ....... V.. Seven Girls of Miss Dennis Class 'What Did Christ Give You?" citation Miss Agnes Kcily Juniors The Infant King." ion.2citation Miss Bessie Buell ! N; "How I Know." A.vSmarks Pastor trllm Mixed Qmrtet r. Benediction. jn? re wThe followine clioninsr from the in- V a'ana polls News will be of interest to WJchniond people: hoi A pretty wedding took pla:e last lltening at 8 o'clock at the homo of Ilir .and Mrs. T. A. Cooper, on E-st lalf?nth street, the bride being their 9 'lighter. Miss Olive" Cooper, and the heHdegroom, Mr. Omar 1. Pearce The BW. J.iC. Christie officiated. Mrs. ; W. Hastings, sister of the bride, LI ilked rst in the wedding party, and ; :i followed by th bride and her ' h"h9T. They were met at tfie floral & Z3. 3. Last Monday evening at the resi dence of Charles Essmaker on South "E" street a masquerade party was given by Miss Essmaker, a daughter, which when the tinle for unmasking came, contained quite a few surpris es. Miss Essmaker, who had been notified of the marriage of her broth er, Albert Essmaker, for eighteen months, located in Lincoln, Nebras ka, and of his intention to return home during the holidays, kept the marriage a secret and also the fact that her brother was returning and arranged to give the masquerade on the night of his return. When the time came to unmask, Albert Essmak er and his wife unmasked and the new daughter was presented for the first time to her husband's parents. Another son, George Essmaker, and a cousin, Benjamin Essmaker comple ed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kssmaker's surprise. Mr., and Mrs. Albert Ess maker will make their "future home in Richmond. George Essmaker and his cousin P-enjamia Essmaker will also malie their home in Richmond. vr -5 The danco given last evening In I. O. O. F. Hall by the Juniors of. the High school in honor of the Senior class was one of the most brilliant social affairs of the season. The hall was gayly decorated in the blue and white and black and gold or the two classes streamers were draped from the chandeliers to the pillows of the. lcony " and suspended about the room were tiny R. H. S. penants. Covering the entire south wall of the hall was the gold and black banner of the class of 190S. The programs were dainty little designs in black and gold. Messrs White -and Wilson furnished the music. After the dances a banquet was served. The officers of the Junior class are: Pres. Howard Reld. Vice Pres. John Carroll. Secy. Martha McClellau. Treas. Robert Crane. The program was selected and ar ranged by Misses Fannie Jones, Mar tha McClellan, Messrs Paul Fisher and Robert Crane. ' ' Notice to Mercha We will insure youagafnst loss by burglars. Call or phdft us and we will give you rates, jpougan & Co. Phones 139. tu-th-sat " BIS. a a me crd Jewelrsf Store I across the! street her "lost in3"j eryorsp ny ie igw gold, Isllvir cutkl rhtist in iowpl rrv ak-ti wdin? Knowing ev- lnto Jenkins iublishers Press., Ossinninj. N. Y., Dec. 21. Although Governor Ilif-glna commuted sentence frem execution to life imprisonment, Albert T. Patrick continues to occu- ( py the steel cage In the death house, of which he has keen the occupant nearly five years. This was because the notice of commutation of sentence was not received at the prison. When it comes, Patrick will be taken to an ordinary cell in the main prison and later he will be put to work. It is ex pected that he will be assigned to the sash and door manufactury in the prison. he""conducted her where she found fascinated as is ev- ttering array of s, diamonds, wat- hich in their var- tic forms, surpass itlons of this na ture ever shown in Richmond. The reunion was a happy one in more ways than one for together they had no trouble in selecting presents for each other that will gladden their hearts for many years to come. ious new and all previous ej Practically all of the Earlhaai dents went home today to spend Christmas vacation. Mrs. Austin says: "My cakes will please you, if yc good old fashioned flavor."! Cosmetics will ruin the complex ion. There's no beauty practice equal to the effects of Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It keeps the entire body in perfect health. Tea or Tablets 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. EARLHAM CEMETERY NO LOT OWNERS. The annual meeting of ers of Earlham Cemetery at the '.office of Wm. H. Son in the Westcott Blocl Jan. 7th, 1907, betwfen 2 and 3 p. m.,"for thJelt tors, and other bu therewith. J. W. NEWS stl at rthe TO lot own- 1 be held radbury & Monday e hours o! tlon of direc- connected President. HOWARD A. DILL, Secretai y. tl WO II FOR CANDIES CHRISTMAS HOLIDA would be barren without plent CANDY IN THE H ..NIXON'S CARD' Has never made grerrer preparation to supry the Chutrnas trade. See the e AN EA pensive fcfe buv after finishing: other Christmas shopping O. O. NIXON GOG MAIN ST. 0USE X STORE.. mm IN le of pure goods be- ig elsewhere. LACE TO DROP Head The IPoIladitJim for FJcwo (Si Turkeys! CMclkeis! Exceptional Opportunitj For tou to pnzaza In tbo Keal Kstt nd Fir Insurance builDeiit, na eapiiai itqurrrd as Jon as vnfl l ra hnnA,r anH uiona. iBisnijVAuIn es ahlishlnc an 2? efl ABrJlwn IP11 ar niakln from Sl.500.00 TO f4.KO.OU YEARLY, In this bUKlB5ki J Hire you variable in rormatlon that cost me T!r cf time and manjr doll.tf lu obtain : t assist von In letting th aincy for yonr town of the - "g,wta,ld bt insurance Companlen; VVrltln of PoMrie. ro-praip ami rit with nu. "Wrlto tcdaj- for fre partlctJlars about my and Original Metbcd. Fatlcr imposatbie. Address. Ozmwn A. Tarbell & Co., Soib Bentf. Ini. . Bros. Peas and Stringers Beans, and Emps ties, Peeled Apricots and Pears. Fresh N led Pecans, Almonds, Shelled Almonds. In Fresh Vegetab'es Head Lettuce,Leaf Lettuce, Beans, Oyster Plant, Egg Plant, Cauliflower. (Mushroc only a few of the good fi ings we have. r 'mBMMiaMaWaMMaWWMSSMaW a f i V For everybody, the finest you ever saw, anAall thitrirrnings, supKas Fresh Oysters J Cranberries, Celery, Genuine Jersey Sweet Potatoes, Florida Oranges, BaVianasAFaicy Bejitiffower Appleifor oatig, Figs, Dates, Table Raisins, Olives, Imported Pickles, 1 5 kinds of Cheeseithe beVjjitjfCanned Goods toSbe ha in the land. Trv Curtice rrdo Peas. Try Weddingltfng White Heath Peaches, Cher- , Walniils, Pecans, Filberts, Brazil Co oanuts, Shelled Walnuts, Shel- lucumbers, Tomatoss, Radis! es, Green Onions, Green is, Green Mangoes, Spinach. Brusseli Sprouts. This is TIKI Dont Forget the FamousJiee Hive Hocha and Java Coffee, 25c a Pound 2j Page Five. 7A M II I i