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the Richmond Palladium, Saturday, February 23, 1907.
Page Five. Social and Personal Mention Mrs. Fred Heitbrlnk was the host ess for a delightful meeting of the Helping Hand society yesterday after Doon at her home on South Eighth street. The time was spent at needle work and luncheon was served. The ladies of the Second English Lutheran church will give a supper this evening at 7:13 Main street. The public Is cordially Invited to attend. A supper will be given by the ladles of the Second Presbyterian church Wednesday evening of next week. Following will be the first of a series of lectures to be given by Dr. C. S. Hond under the auspices of the Anti Tuberculosis society. 4- The Missionary Society of the Reid Memorial United Presbyterian church ruet yesterday afternoon in the church parlors. The hostesses were Mrs. Charles Y. Miller and Mrs. Anna Blaze. The meeting was led by Mrs. Margaret Dick. Two interesting pa pers on "Early Missions" and "Items n our Missionary." were read by Mrs. Elmer Magaw, and Dr. Sophia Johnson. The following officers were elected at the meeting of the Missionary soci ety of the Second Presbyterian church: President Mrs. C. O. Shirey. Vice . President Mrs. Overman. Secretary Mrs. Frend Ellis. Treasurer Mrs. Fred Warner. One of the most beautiful parties of yesterday was that of the Daughters of the American Revolution, which was sriven at the home of Mrs. Paul Com- Btock on South. Fourteenth street. Several of the 1 members wore cos tumes in keeping with the day and the decorations were In red. white and blue. American flags were draped about the rooms and clusters of red and white flowers graced the mantles In the dining room the centerpiece for he table was of flags. A feature of the lunch was the old fashioned negus and caraway cakes which were served. Judge D. W. Comstock gave an inter esting talk on "The Character of George Washington" and music num bers were given by Miss Florence flayle, Miss Clara Myrick and Miss Juliette Robbins. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. D. Gayle. Mrs. Fred Carr and Miss Carolyn Uollingsworth were hostesses for a card party at the Country club last evening. Drive whist was . played at six tables and prizes were awarded to Miss Georgia Cole and Mr. Ernest Findlay. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cadwalader of Philadel phia and Mr. Griffith Ellis of Chicago. Monday afternoon Mrs. C. J. Buntell and -irs. Charles McGuIre will be the hostesses for a bridge whist party. 4 4 Mr. Bernard Massman celebrated his eighteenth birthday anniversary last night at hi3 home on South C street. The evening was spent social ly and refreshments were served. g 4 4 ' The Carnation club was entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. "W. H. Bennett on South Eleventh street. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jessie Corcoran and Mrs. Wayne Home. The meeting next week will be with Mrs. Corcoran at her home on South Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hutton enter tained the Tourists last evening at their home on North Fifteenth street. The program was one of the most en joyable ones of the year. A talk was given by the Hon. William Dudley Foulke on "Scandinavian Art" and "The Best Things in Our Scrap Books" was discussed generally by the members of the club. The next meeting will be In two weeks. The G. F. C. club met last evening with Mis3 Nellie Morrow at her home north of the city. A program con sisting of patriotic songs and read ings was given and a supper in two courses ,was served. The club will meet again in two weeks. Mrs. I. M. Ridenour entertained with a second thimble party yester day afternoon at her home in West Richmond. The rooms were charm ing In their decorations of red roses and carnations.. In the dining room the decorations were of the American flags and small silk flags were given as favors. The guests Included Mes dames Joseph Moore, Amasa Jenkins, D. W. Stevenson, Laura Woodard, Anna Kaminski, Samuel Curtis, E. E. Pierce. Alonzo Gardner, C. C. Cain, Fred Krone, Fred Porterfield, Charles Francisco, N. C- HUfronimus, Bert McDivitt, William Kelley, Harry Wood. D. W. Wtist. Mrs. Harding. Miss Lucy Francisco, Miss Mabel Ash baugh, Mrs. Gluys, Mrs. Whitman, Mrs. Clark, of Terre Haute, Mrs. Mc Manus and Miss McManus. 4.4.4. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Murray enter tained the members of a whist club at dinner last evening at their home on North B street. The rooms were prettily decorated with flags, scarlet roses and carnations. After the din ner bridge whist was played. The guests were Messrs and Mesdames Simmons, Charles Neal, Harlan Sim mons, Charles McGuIre and Charles Buntell. 4. 4. 4, Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. Gibbs enter tained informally at dinner last even ing at the Wescott in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Cadwalader of Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Yarington Barnes. PERSONAL MENTION. The Misses Mary and Elizabeth Jay are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jay of Rushvllle. Mrs. Frank Glass is visiting her on, Wiley at Culver academy. Miss Maude Zimmerman has re turned from a visit at Midway, Ky. Mrs. Charles Igleman and little daughter have returned from a visit at Frankfort, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Sample Bayers are vis iting in New Castle. Mrs. N. F. Ireland has returned from a visit in Kokomo. B. B. Johnson spent yesterday In Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis and son have returned from a visit in Indian apolis. Miss Josephine Smith is visiting in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. C. A. Brehm has returned from Cleveland and Cincinnati. Mrs. Ira Swisher will go to Indian apolis Sunday to visit friends for a few days and attend the wedding of Miss Alberta Mahan. George Bayer, who attends Wabash college is home for a few days' visit Sharon Jones was In Indianapolis on business yesterday. Miss Grace Lacey of Fountain City Is the guest of local friends. R. W. Hall is attending the state hardware convention at Indianapolis. SHOWED CLASS SPIRIT BUT FAILED TO SCRAP Washington's Birthday Passed at De Pauw University Without Trouble, Although Dummy of a Soph Is Hang ed to Tree. efore You Go When about to travel, if subject to 'headache, nervous ness, dizziness, or car-sicknes?, take one or two doses of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain rills before starting. They will in sure you against an attack. There are a great many who are sure to have headache, whenever they go to church or places of amusement, or where there is any excitement or op pression. Take them with you, and on the first indica tion, take a tablet and see how quickly it will disappear. To such persons Dr. Miles Anti Pain Pills are a great blessing. They soothe the nerves and allav irritation and excitement. "VC aJnv k-p IV. Mi!' Ar.ti-Fain Jn our li--m ami nnj th"m romarknhla romlv for ?!se rHif or head a c'r. -. rrvo:iirn's5, !. Two tablets never fU to ?top tha ir.-t !adar!.t. t.tjt onf ii VTMlly sufiie:-r.t. Fy taJkmg a ram befv K'r.g out to places f.f masnnt. wo hn1 we lo not baxa thoi jftresimc hatavhra that tnr roerlycoir.c with every little exciir,- MI.ifES MART AP EIU VTK I AND. 1ZZZ So. r;tu ft.. SprinriirH. lilino;. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package win benefit. If it falls, he will return your money. 25 doses. 23 cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Greencastle, Ind., Feb. 22. (Spl.) Although Washington's birthday pass ed at DePauw university without "trouble," there was no lack of interest at the dawn of the day, which, in for mer i ears, iias oeen ooservea witn a "scrap" between the freshmen and sophomores. All forms of contest had been abolished by President Hughes, but no ban had been placed on a "demonstration of spirit." When the college world awakened this morning the royal purple and white of the first year men decorated the roof of the dormitory. A dum my, with "soph" painted on it, hung in the "scrap" tree," around which so many conflicts have been fought. The! colors had been placed on the dormito ry roof by several of the co-eds who had rooms there. They gained access to the roof by way of a fire escape, in the rear of the building. The fire es cape goes no higher than the third story windows, and in order to reach the roof the women were obliged to place an old wooden ladder on top of the fire escape. They scrambled to the overhanging ledge, clinging to the slate roof, then walked in the gutter sixty-five feet above the ground to the front of the building, where they plac ed their bunting which flaunted its challenge to the sophomores. As evidence of still more class spir it, the freshment burned in effigy the "soph" they had placed in the tree, and there was not a second-year man about to extinguish the blaze CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City. Feb. 22, (Spl.) Mrs. S. B. Sampson and son have re turned to Indianapolis, after a few days visit here with friends. Miss Nellie Jameson visited rela tives in Dayton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brown of New Castle has moved his family and household goods to the David Howard farm, north of town, which he has rented. Miss Mary Kercheval will be the guest of friends in Indianapolis tomor row. Callaway and Marson will furnish music for the Washington Birthday dance in the Dublin rink tonight. Sev eral couples from here attended. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Monger of Richmond took dinner with his father, Theodore Monger and family here to day. Mr?. Ksta Young is home from Han over college to spend Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Young. Mioses Mary Bertseh. Ruth Higbley. Grace Myers and Rhea Pattoa attend ed the theatre at Richmond Thursday night. Mr. Walter Waddel teas the guest of County Clerk II. E. Penny at Rich mond last evening. Henry U. Johnson of Richmond was here transacting business today. idtodm' AmoyDHGeoimeoTrfi3 Although this is only our tenth year in the shoe businoss, our continuous growth shows that you appreciate our business methods and the oxtra quality of goods we handle. Below we give you a list of our special lines : When ladies buy the UTZ and DUNN High Grade Rochester Made Shoes they always come again. Why? Because they find them so exceedingly comfortable and flexible. Shoes that look, feel and wear like $5 ones yet cost only $3.50 and $4.00, in all different leathers. Sold in Richmond by HUMPE exclusively. At least two thousand ladies in Richmond and vicinity weaw Queen Quality Shoes Many will not wear any other. HUMPE has exclusive salo in Richmond. The Bunker Mill School Shoe is handled in Richmond by Humpe's exclusively. in the world for boys. Ladies tell us that the "Little Wanderer" Shoos for their children and girls wear better keep their shape longer, and are more comfortable than any they had. Sold exclusively by HUMPE'G The Klettletoim IrOBglh) iradle Are Beyond Question the Most Fashionable (CM They are popular be cause of their distinct ive styles. They lead, others follow. Humpe has the sole agency for them. . In Stylish, medium priced shoes, those made by P. B. KEITH in gun metal, calf, patent colt, velour calf, box calf and vici kid, are unsur passed. They are made in Button, Lace or Bluchen Handled in Richmond exclusively by Humpe's Shoe Store There are more men in Richmond wearing Hey wood Comfort Shoes than any other shoe. May be had in high or low shoes. . HUMPE has the exclusivo sale in Richmond. HUMP E9S SHO STQfl? 807 Main St., Richmond, Ind. AN INTERESTING PROGRAM Regular Meeting of Cryspus Attucks Royal League to be Held Sunday Afternoon. The Cryspus Attucks Loyal league will hold its regular meeting in the Bethel A. M. E. church tomorrow at 3:30 o'clock. The program commit tee has succeeded in furnishing a most interesting program and is as follows: Solo "Lord Chord ' Otis V.Hun ter. 'Why the Fifteenth Amendment Should not be Repealed" William Dudley Foulke. Violin solo "Julius Echburg" Mrs. Walter Dennis. Ode to Ethiopia" a hitherto un published poem by. Paul Lawrence Dunbar Miss Adah Taylor. Gunner Hurt. IPufclisuers Press. Pecsaco, ..... .-Vb. 22. Harry L. Leonard, a f,rst-clasa gunner of the 23th company of coast artillery, was perhaps fatally injured at Fort Pick ens by the firing of one of the 12-inch rifles. Ov.v of the primers failed tc ignit the charge and after waitin? a few minutes Leonard insprcod a new primer. Tbf gun fiid just as Leon ard wa3 leaving the breech lock throwing him some distance. His skull was frac!url. His home is iu Chicago. Free advice given on the germ uis cases of domestic animals. Write the National Medical Co., Sheldon, la. CENTERV1LLE. Centerville, Ind.. Feb., 22, (Spl.) A delightful surprise party was given Howard Commons on Thursday af ternoon at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Commons, re siding south of Centerville. The oc casion was in honor of his eleventh birthday anniversary. The invited guests included the children belong ing to his class at school, which num ber about twenty pupils, as well as their teacher, Miss Mode P.rown. His young friends presented him with a handsome pocket knife as a souvenir of his birthday. An elegant five o'clock supper was served. The place cards were decorated with cherries and hatchets in token of the birthday of the young host which is so near to that of the Father of our country. Tfcelma Wilson, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wilson, Is ser iously ill. Mrs. John W. Morgan entertained Mrs. Kato Stevens of near Abington at dinner on Thursday. Mrs. Thomas Clevenger visited her sister Mrs. Henry Pierce at Dodmidge on Wednesday. Mrs. Pierce's condi tion continues about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams in tend moving next week into Mrs. Tillson's dwelling on Main street. Frank Roberts is very sick at the home of his daughter Mrs. Charles r.lue. Samuel Clevenger of Doddridge was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clevenger on Thursday. Miss DoIIie Hinshaw of Milton, who is the guest of Mrs. Aaron Napier, has nearly recovered from tonsilitis. and will soon be able to return home. ORCHESTRION IS ERECTED The New Organ at the Coliseum has 285 Parts and was Bought at a Cost of $5,CC0. The work of putting together the thousand and one parts of the big mil itary band instrument by the Rich mond Athletic association for the coli seum has been completed, and hereaft ter it will furnish music during the skating hours at the rink. A test of the instrument in the presence of newspaper men and others yesterday afternoon proved very satisfactory. The organ was built at a cost of $3, 000, and contains 2S3 parts. An Easy Triumph. Publishers' Press. Managua. Feb. 22. The NIca raguan forces Feb. 20captured withoat opposition the town of El Tniinfo. in Honduras, aid aftr sis hours" hard fighting the Nicaragua army occu pied San B?rnard-. an excellent posi tion, owing to the fact that it is in communication by land and water with the Xicaraguan base of opera tions. Many Hcndurans were k!IW cr wounded and the retreating army left quantities of ammunition and rifis on it 8!d. The casualties of the Nicaraguans n ej r a - few men wounded. s H" :K K S 5' -jj vv "fr it k "a' K X .s. it 's n B. H K' n a B a n CENTS DOZEN SEEDLESS 1 1 ORANGES i I a Sprouts, a sweet. K a a a I' Sale Saturday Only Large, Sweet and Juicy, regular 40c size. " They're fine. Cauliflower, Cucumbers. Tomatoes, Bunch Beets, Rad- 'f ishes, Onions, Lettuce, Carrots, Rhubarb, Spinach, Brussell Red and White Cabbage. Florida Oranges, 23c a dozen today. Medium size and Today only. FLORIDA GTRAWOERRIEG Srape Fruit, Lemons, Banaias, Jonathan Eating Apples. DRESSED CHICKENO PLENTY Large Hens, 50c to 75c each; Frys, 35c to 50c. Baked Ham (cccVed done.) Potato chips. Bread, (brown and white.) Cream to whip, (extra heavy.) Te!ephoie your Saturday order early and don't forget a dozen of those fine large 40c oranges at 27 cents. HADLEY BROS. Phone 202 x X Jt K i St B " STRONGEST IN THE WORLD " The Equitable Life Assurance Society Standard policies fixed by laws of State of New York Artificial gas, the 20th Century fuel. National extracts and spices sold under a positive guarantee. Come back and get your money if not sat isfied. For sale by the National Med- Jical Co.. Sheldon, low Constipation causes headacne. tsf-ru- j i sea. cizzmess, languor, neart pa;n:ta-: tion. 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