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BIG ATTENDANCE FROM THIS Cin Local Teachers Will Go to c-nuth Bend for Association Meeting in April. MOTHERHOOD limey er The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, February 27, 1907. Store Mm 8th and Main Social and Personal Mention At the meeting of the Tuesday club last evening, at the Morrisson-Reeves library, Prof. Will Earhart read an ex ceedingly Interesting and meritorious paper on "The Art of Beethoven." The paper was not a biographical sketch, but told of the meaning of the various works of the great composer. Fol lowing the paper, a spirited discussion was entered into by various members Miss Laura Gaston and Mrs. Ada It. Uernhardt, being the leaders. A meeting of the flower committee Dt the Aftermath Literary society, was held last evening '-with the chairman of the committee, Mrs. Harry Dalbey. The nature of the work for next year, the kinds of flowers which will be dis tributed, to the school children, and various other matters of business came up for consideration. It was decided to hold an exhibit next fall, as was held last year. Miss Katherine Houser entertained a number of littlo folks, who are mem bers of a club, at her home on North D street last evening. Games aud music were provided for the amuse ment of the guests and a luncheon was served. The club meets every to weeks. 4. 4. A very pleasant meeting of the Spring Grove Sewing Circle was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leander "Woodard In Spring Grove. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Isaac Woodard. Social pleasant ries and needlework made the after noon pass in an enjoyable manner. A luncheon was served. The next meeting will be In two weeks. tomorrow afternoon Mrs. Charles Shideler will entertain the Cotorie Thimble club at her home 0:1 South Twelfth street. The hostess will give a reading, while the other mem bers will be occupied with needlework. Mrs. Harry Chase will be nostess for a meeting of the Wednesday Card club this afternoon at her homo on North A street. Euchre will play ed at three tables and a luncheon will be served, adding to the enjoyment of the occasion. the Modern Prisc'.lla Club will hold Its regular meeting this afte.-n;cn. the hostess being Mrs. William Wickett, a1, her home-In Fairview. The following interesting program will be given at the meeting of the A thenaea Literary society Friday aft ernoon, for which Mrs. Samuel Dick inson will be hostess at her home on Kast Main street: Irrigation the Re For, Wedliesday, A NEW SHIPMENT OF MERCERIZED, WHITE WAIST!"'GS, Heretofore Sold at 25c to 35c, Wednesday and until sold. The Price is - - - 1 NO. 2 MERCERIZED WHITE WAISTING, very pretty lace effect, mercerized throughout, heavy handsome fabric, worth 20c, Wednesday and Until Sold, pop yd MERCERIZED DOTTED SWISSES, SMALL, MEDIUM AND LARGE, DOTS, worth 20c per yard, Wednesday and until Sold WO. 2 DOTTED SWISS BARGAIN Small and Medium Dots, Piriie 11 FINE CAMBRIC MUSLINS, 1.000 YARDS FINE CAMBRIC, worth 12c to 15c, Wednesday and until sold 1 MERCERIZED GINGHAMS in Plain Shades and Fancies; while we have them THE GREATEST CORSET COVER BARGAIN, Extreme Width, Fine Grade, easily now worth 40c , These are some of the many fttashmeyer's demption of the Desert" Mrs. Olive Allison; "The Government Dam in Idaho" Mrs. E. B. McDivitt; "Has the New England Farmer kept Pace with His Western Brother?" Mrs. Nan cy Moorman. Part V of the serial story will be read by Mrs. Eliza Wil son. Mrs. Clark D. Kanouse will enter tain the West Side Dozen ciub tomor row afternoon at her home on Kirsey street. The members will spend tho afternoon socially and with needle work. A luncheon is .ilway a pleas ant feature at these meetings. 4 4. 4 Mrs. Almh Isenhowr will entertain the members of the Banner Social club this afternoon at her home on North Second street. The meeting will be as usual, with needlework and a luncheon as enjoyable features, The election of officers will take place at the annual meeting oT the La dles Aid society Friday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church. The annual reports will also be given and it is hoped there will be a full attend ance. 1 4 4 A meeting of the Mary F. Thomas j W. C. T. U. was held yesterday after-1 noon with the president, Mrs. Martha ' Little on North Eighth street. Only j the. regular business was transacted. I The next meeting will be in two weeks. 1 4 4 4 Cards have been received by a number of Richmond people announc ing the engagement of Mr. Kyde Wil son and Miss Fredicka Faulkner, of Connersville. The wedding will take place during the early summer at the home of Miss Faulkner in Conners ville. ' The Mother's league of the First district will hold a general meeting on Thursday evening, February 2S, at 7:30 in Finley school hall. There will be addresses given by Mr. Chas. Brown and others and special music will be an enjoyable feature. 4- 4- 4 This evening at eight thirty o'clock the wedding of Miss Alberta, Maty Ma han, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson, of Indianapolis, and Mr. Al cheas P. Walker of Rushville, will take place at the First Baptist church, at Indianapolis. Miss Mahan is well known to Richmond people and among the outof-town guests at the wedding will be Mrs. Ira Swishar of this city. 4- A hot biscuit supper will be given ! this evening at the Second Presbyterian church, the menu, also I pf yd emrfl POD3 ydl bargains at. including beef loaf, baked beans, sal ad, escalloped potatoes, gelatine and cake. In the evening Dr. Charles S. Bond will deliver a lecture on "Tuber culosis," it being the regular meeting of the Anti-Tuberculosis Society. The lecture will be illustrated with stere opticon views and will be free.' The public is cordially invited to attend and the residents of the east end of the city are especially Invited. 4 4 The Brotherhood of St. Paul of First M. E. church will hold an open meet ing this evening at the church and all members of the other Brother hoods of the city are invited to be present. Rev. Wade will deliver an address on the question of child libor in the factories and mills of the coun try. The address will be illustrated by stereoptlcon views collected from various parts of the United States. Secretary Brown of the Y. M. C. A. will also speak on his experience in factories. 4, 4. 4, A social was given Monday evening by the Ladies Aid society of Chester, the guests including the members and their families. Refreshments were served and a social time made the evening pass pleasantly. 4. 4. 4. A meeting of the History Club will be held this afternoon at the Morrison-Reeves library at 2:30 o'clock. The papers wil be given by Mrs. Jobn Miller and Miss Ada Had ley, who will select their own sub jects. 4 4" Mrs. J. M. Knodle and Mrs. Samuel Gaar were the readers for the meet ing of the Magazine club yesterday afternoon, the hostes3 being Mrs. Harry Land, at her home on North Thirteenth street. Magazine articles touching on subjects of general Inter est were read. Guests of the club were Mrs. Sidney Caldwalader of Philadelphia, with Mrs. Harrington Barnes and Mrs. Oliver Gaar. Next j Monday Mrs. W. 11. Romey will be the hostess, at her home on Soutlx Twelf th street. Mrs. J. H. Kinsey will be the reader. 4 4- "The Fugue and Canon" was the subject studied at the meeting of the Musical Study club yesterday morning, held in the club rooms at the corner of Tenth and Main streets. The pro gram was in charge of Mrs. C. B. Hunt, which fact alone was enough to Insure the members that it would be both exceedingly interesting and instructive. Mrs. Hunt read a paper on "The Fugue anil Canon," giving il- lUMiawuns a? sue reaa me paper, tier j nere one tram enspatcner is em description of the two phases of mus- ployed in the daytime only twelve ic showed that she was fully in touch J hours is the maximum. with her subject and familiar with It I in every way, and it showed also that i Use artificial gas tor ITgat and heat, she had , given much care, study and 10-tf .V Richmond research to it. The paper dealt prin cipally with the Fugue. The .first number on the program was a piano quartet, given by the following: Mrs. Hunt, Mis3 Ruth Peltz, Miss Marguer ite Hasemeier and Miss Elvira Vor hees. Following this Miss Anna Ross gave two illustrations of the Canon on the piano. The third number was a vocal quartet, composed of Mrs. Will Earhart, Mrs. Fred Bartel, Mrs. F. W. Krueger and Mrs. Otto Krone. A sextette composed of the four nam ed above with Mrs. Charles S. Neal and Mrs. Elmer A. Gorman also ren dered a very pleasing number. Other illustrations of the Fugue movement were two piano numbers given by Miss Virginia Clements. The program ended with a duet given by Mrs. Hunt and Miss Ross, which was a fit ting climax to the program, it being one of the finest piano duets ever heard by the members of the club. In two weeks the club will meet again and the program will consist of a study of the Scandinavian school, with Miss Ross and Mrs. Jesse S. Reeves In charge of the program. It was decided this morning that a con- i cert would be given by the club for ; the beneat 01 Edward McDowell, a well known composer, who has lost his mind. Arrangements have not been perfected, however. 4. 4. 4. Mrs. Anna Heitbrink will be the hostess for a meeting of the Hanpy Hour circle this afternoon at her home on North Twentieth street. As is customary the members will spend the afternoon with needlework, fol lowed by a luncheon. 4. 4. 4. A pleasant social event of yester day was a ninformal thimble party, which was given by Mrs. Henry C. Heiger, at her home on South Fif teenth street, in boaor of Miss Ida Haner, of Indianapolis. The guests in- eluded the members of a former Sun- , day school class of Mrs. HIeger's of j St. Paul s Lutheran church, of which Miss Haner was a member. A contest was held, for which a prize was awarded and a luncheon In two courses was served. The guests included Mrs. Jno. Marshall. Mrs. An na Bennett. Mrs. Walter Hawekctte, Mrs. John Knott, Mrs. Edward Hase meier, Mrs. Ida Kemper and Miss Elizabeth Drifmeyer. Relief for Operators. Jefferson City. Mo., Feb. 26 Tha Senate passed the Bradley bill pro viding for an eight-hour day for tele graphers who handle train orders. rINE PROGRAM PREPARED NORTHERN INDIANA CITY GETS HONOR OF ENTERTAINING PED AGOGUES FOR THE THIRD TIME. Richmond teachers have now begun to look forward to the annual meet ing of the Northern Indiana Teachers Association, to which they belong, at South Bend. Practically all the lo cal teachers and many of the other . teachers in Wayne county will attend. A dispatch from South Bend says of the meeting: South Bend will take on several de grees of culture and refinement dur ing the first week in April, when about 4,000 teachers come to this city to attend the silver jubilee or the Northern Indiana Teachers Associa I tion. This organization includes the teachers of Indianapolis and all in the , State north of the capital. The dates are April 4, 5 aud 6. The several sectional meetings, of which there are eight, will.be held in the Auditorium, the high school and nearby churches r rlday afternoon, : April 5. The sessions of the general association will be held in the Audi torium, while the Auditorium Annex will be used for the enrollment and the assignment of teachers, and as a meeting and resting place for mem bers of the association. The Oliver .Ho tel will be the headquarters of the convention. Weil-Known Educators to Lecture. Prof. George H. Vincent, of the Uni versity of Chicago, will lecture Thurs day evening, April 14. Superintend ent J. M. Greenwood, of Kansas City, Mo., and Prof. W. II. Mace, of Syra cuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.. will appear before the convention Friday morning, April 5. The Rev. Hugh Black, of Edinburgh, Scotland, who is on a lecture tour in this country, will be the speaker Friday evening, April 5. Prof. C. F. Hodge, of Clark Univer sity, Worcester, Mass., will address the convention Saturday morning, April 6., Superintendent Greenwood and Professor Hodge and Maco will deliver addresses before the high school grade, country and village BChool sections, respectively, on Fri day afternoon. Ample entertainment will be provid ed for all who attend the meeting. Ar rangements are being made for visits to the various big manufacturing es tablishments In South Bend. Auto mobile rides and other pleasures will be arranged for. The merchants will have chairs and rest rooms for the :. visitors and the University of Notre ! Dame and St Mary's Academy, two of the largest Catholic institutions of learning in the country, will throw op en their doors to the visitors. Hotel accommodations will not exceed $2 a day, American plan, where two or more occupy the samo room. . In pri vate homes board and lodging will be $1 a day; lodging and breakfast 75 cents, or lodging alone 50 cents a day. The South Bend public schools will be in session Thursday, April 4, so as to allow the visitors to inspect the meth ods employed. Tha committee on en tertainment will be ready to make as signments after March 17. Third Visit to South Bend. The coming convention will make the third visit of the teachers of the association to South Bend within a few years. The finest homes in South Bend will be thrown open for the en tertainment of those of the visitors who can not receive accommodations at the local hotels. Fully 2.000 teach ers will be housed in private families. The teaching force of this city re cently gave liberally to assist lre fraying the expenses of the conven tion. The South Bend Business Men's Association, which asked for the 1007 meeting, is taking a deep interest in the convention and is raising a fund to assist In defraying the expenses of the gathering. If there is a surplus in the treasury at the close of the convention, it will be turned over to the different schools to be used in buy ing additional pictures for the various rooms or beautifying them In other ways. SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL ' IS BROUGHT TO CLOSE Hagerstown. Ind., Feb. 26. The protracted meeting which has been going on for two weeks at the Chris tian church, came to a close Sunday night after a very successful and in spiring session. A number of persona professed con version and several joined church. This was a union meeting in which the Presbyterian and Christian churches joined, with Rev. McQueen, a Presbyterian evangelist, ia charge. Sunday night Rev. Gard, a noted minister in the Disciples church, was present and most eloquently and forci bly exhorted the people to turn from sin. His remarks made a deey im pression on the audience, which had already been aroused by the appeals of Rev. McQueen. 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