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TITE RICIOIOND PALLADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, THUKSDAY, APRIL 10. lOOS.
PACE FIVE. THE CITY IN BRIEF Miss Essie Pottenger has been visit ing at Hollandsburg for a few days. Mrs. Charles J. Buntell was a guest at Indianapolis the first of this week. Mrs. Ira Swisher left yesterday for a few days visit with friends at In dianapolis. Dr. J. II. L,uken, who is at the Refd Memorial hospital, Is showing rapid Improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jay. of Rushville. ate the parents of a little daughter, their first child. Miss Clara Fleming will New Castle Monday, where leave for she will make her future home. All the small pox patients city are doing well, according in to the the; statements of physicians. Henry Dennett has been appointed guardian of Rose Gennett. a minor. The bond i.-i stiplated as .:Vm. Mrs. Carrie E. Parker of Ft. Wayne, Is visiting her son, Oran I'ai'ker and family. L'07 South Eleventh street. Wanted Good cook; references re quired. Good wages. Address P. O. Box 14. It Mrs. C. W. Nusbaum or I'eabody, Kansas, is the guest of Oliver Nus baum and family of North Eleventh ftreet. Letters of administration have been granted to Harry C. Starr on the estate of Rush I). Miller, deceased. Bond, $10.). Word was received here of the death of Dr. O. W. Toby of Pyrmont, Ohio. He was a brother-in-law of Horace! Kramer of this city. Mrs. Dechant, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. M. Wanipler for two weeks returned yesterday to her home at Middletown, Ohio. $1.25, Cincinnati Excursion. Penn sylvania Lines, Sunday, April 19th. Excursion train leaves Richmond at 7:00 a. m.. Central Time. 14-16-17 There is but one room in the city schools which is closed at present on account of the smallpox epidemic, and that is (he second room in Starr build i"g, taught by Miss Mary Lemon. Elbow length Lisle Gloves, black and white, 50c and 75c a pair at Knollenberg'- Chicken pox is . running rampant among the pupils of the Si. Johns pa rochial school. The school has been closed for two weeks, there being twenty-four cases among the pupils. Eden Lodge, Daughters of Rebecca, vill give a 1,'c luncheon Saturdav evening. April 1 S. at Odd Fellows hall from .": to 7:.'? p. m.. for the benefit of one of the victims of the Colonial fire. Great variety of Easter Flowers from E. G. Hill & Co. at Nicholson's, Friday and Saturday. u Work on the Y. M. C. A. building is progressing rapidly, now that stone lias arrived. Th contractor on the ioy yet hopes to be able to complete the job by September, the time speci fied In the contract. A very nice home known as the John A. Logan property, corner 21st and South A streets, nearly new, seven room house, fine corner lot, will be -sold at public Auction on Friday, April 24th, at 2:00 P. m. 12-16.20-22-23 All poultrymen, dog and pet stocl? fanciers are requested to be present at the Commercial club rooms in the Ma sonic, temple at 7:.'50 p. in., Monday, to decide about, holding a pet stock show in Richmond. Jos. Brown and Charles Nye are promoting the show. Several students at Earlham college, Jiave measles at the present time. The patients are being cared for by their loom mates and friends. The regular nurse at the college has several other patients to attend to and can not reach the measles victims. The Elks want ten entries for a five miles men's race on Tuesday night next week and ten entries for a five miles women's race on next Wed nesday evening. Both events will be held at the Coliseum and to the winner in each event a prize of $5.00 in gold will be awarded. Applications should be mailed care of "The Elks Amusement Committee, Corner Eighth and Main streets." 1521 The Panhandle railroad continues to maintain the board walk along its property on North I street. The com pany began laying a cement walk last fall, but the work was stopped and planks were put down in order to keen pedestrians out of the mud. The ooards have continued in place ever tdnce. The passage way provided is not equal to that of the regular city walk. THOUSAND of 15c packages free Saturday At Your Grocers Mapl-Flake Look for big ad with coupon in Friday's Palladi um and Sun-Telegram. WOMAN RESPONSIBLE FOR I ,v a : ; , ' . ' M$&' : f;r - 1 1 MRS. SENATOR Mrs. Wilcox, of Auburn, N. Y. It is Wilcox's influence over her husband that. on the Anti-Race Track gambling race-track gambling to defeat the W iSOCIAL To Reach the Society Editor, Call The last affair of the season for the Musical Study club will be given next Tuesday evening, in the Starr Piano parlors. Each member of the club may invite ten guests An excellent program, consisting of numbers given by the best musical talent of Rich mond will make I he affair a real treat in a musical way. The parlors will be beautifully decorated. Miss Elizabeth Strickland, who has been spendin gtbe winter with her sister, Mrs. Hazard, at Fair Haven, Vermont, is to be the accompanist for the opera "Hi Hi," which is to be given at. that place for the benefit of the Episcopal ihurch on the twenty-ninth of this month. Mrs. T. W. Bennett is the house guest of Mrs. Harry Miller, at Chica go for a few days. w JC u4 Mrs. Rudolph Leeds entertained the Wednesday Bridge, Whist club yester day afternoon. v J Mrs. Guy McCabe is spending the week at Chicago. . . Miss Vera Mayer or Chicago, will be '.he guest of Miss Juliet Swayne of North Eleventh street, next week. J Miss Marie Starr of Indianapolis, will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ru dolph IHdc at the Country club cotil lion, which will be given Wednesday, April the twenty-second. - Mrs. Abbie Needham is spending a few days with Dr. and Mrs. Smith of East haven. . Mrs. Edward Test of Indianapolis, gave a dance last week at the Wood ruff Plat e club house in honor of her house guests. Miss Alice Ankeny of Lafayette and Miss Martha Ballard of Fair Haven, Vermont. Several social affairs were given in this city in honor of Miss Ballard, who was the guest of Miss Sarah Nixon of North Eleventh street, for several weeks. ! v Miss Amanda Poe who has been the guest of Mrs. W. F. Starr, of North Tenth street, has returned to her home in Indianapolis. The D. T. Thimble club is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Siening of South Eighth street. t S An egg hunt is one of the most pleas ing amusements for a child's party. Hide the eggs in all manner of odd places, and the children will think it GAMBLERS' BIG VICTORY. WILCOX. alleged that it that legislator was due changed to his Mrs. vote bill, thus measure. enabling the advocates of -- - NEWS Home Phone 1121. or Bell Phone 21. great fun to searcii for them. When a candy one is found, there is great re joicing. In order that, there may be no jealousy or anything to mar the spirit of the day. hold back enough of both kinds to even up after the hunt is over, a3 some of the children are sure to be riiore zealous and successful than others. Mrs. KofskI entertained a number of her friends at her home, ell North Fifteenth street. The hours were spent in a social manner. A luncheon was :erved. 0 J A linen shower and -card party, will be given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Wheaton Tallant. at her home on South Twelfth street, in honor of her tester. Miss Ethel Taylor, whose wed ding to Mr. Clem Kehlenbrink, will tyke place next Wednesday. & Mrs. H. B. Myriek and the members of her Sunday school class of the Reid Memorial church, have issued unique invitations for an Easier liiirty to be given Tuesday evening. April 21 at the church. Siereopticon views and a musical program will furnish the entertainment for the evening. A luncheon will be served. Mrs. W. S. Kaufman is receiving this afternoon at her home on Nation al avenue in honor of Mrs. Thomas Kaufman, a late bride. The reception rooms are arranged in a charming manner with spring flowers and fjrns. js For the lover of potted plants the Easter market offers quite a variety. Nothing is as pretty as a pierced silv er .flower pot, with a fern, or a fern dish of the silver, only flatter and low er for the table, to be used as a center piece. The wedding of Mrs. Belle Myriek and Mr. Oran Turner took place Tues day of this week at the home of the Rev. J. O. Campbell, on North Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. Turner will make their home at Abingtou. & jt j A very pretty church reception was given lat evening by the members of the First Methodist church, in honor of the Rev. R. J. Wade and wife. The reception rooms were arranged in a most attractive manner with palms, ic-rns and spring flowers. An infor mal musical program was given dur ing the evening, under the direction of Mr. Frederick Hicks. The officers of the church with their wives, were in the receiving line. Mr. Will Russell gave a short address of welcome. The remaining hours were spent in a so cial manner. Refreshments were .-erved during the evening. S - A dinner party was given yesterday ' : the Robinson cafe by Mrs. Frank and. in honor of her guest, Mrs. Olaf uldlin. of Fort Wayne. The table ' ;s beautifully appointed with spring j lowers. Places were arranged for i ;! & --i j The Women's Home Missionary so- i i of the First Methodist church ere entertained in a most charming i aimer yesterday afternoon by Mrs. j V. P. O'Neal and Mrs. L. H. Banyan j r the home of the latter on North ' Twelfth street. This meeting was in ! 'he nature of a social affair. Th : i.ours were spent at needlework. The' rooms- were beautifully arranced wnh spring flowers. A green and whii' ''aster luncheon was served. About ' "ifty women were present. w , I The Women's Aid society of the First 1 i j Presbyterian church, will meet tomor ! row afternoon at the church. All the ' members and women of the congrega tion are invited to attend this meet ing. j J The women who are members of tha d. A. R., will meet tomorrow after roon at the hall. All members are urged to be present. S The Athenaea Literary society will not hold its annual banquet this year as had been arranged for by he com mittee in charge, on account of the death of the president, Mrs. Lee C. Hoover. A very quiet session will be held April 25 at'the home of Mrs. E. G. Hill, on East Main street, in order to close up the business of the club season. -J v Mrs. Griffith was hostess for a meet ing of the Penny club yesterday after noon at her home on West Main street. The hours were spent. at needlework and in a social manner. The club will meet in two weeks a ith Mrs. Elmer Jenks. 100 Kinsey sfeet. Mrs. O. L. Guldlin, who has been the guest of Mrs. Frank Land for a few days, has returned to her home in Fort Wayne. J J Miss Agnes Twigs; will be the hos tess for a meeting of the "Gabbb-rs," Saturday at her home on South Seven teenth street. The choir of St. Paul's Episcopal church will hold services on the even ing of "Good Friday." Miss Karolyn Karl will give several solos. v A social session will be held Satur day evening by the Pocahontas lodge of Red Men. at its lodge rooms. The entertainment committee is making arrangements for a musical urogram. An Easter luncheon will be served. J & Mr. and Mn. Bert Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bond were the guests of friends at Richmond Sunday.- Con nersvi lie News. v J?' Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thrall, of Orange township, have returned from a visit with friends at Richmond. Rushville Republican. v it Save a!! the egg shells a week be fore Easter. T.iey may be easily blown by piercing both ends of the shell, making one aperture larger than the other. Then color these shells, some with bluing, some by sew ing bright strips of cloth around and boiling the covered shells until the colors ate extracted. On some trace little faces and make wigs of tissue or crepe paper. Onion skins boiled give a yellow dye that is very pretty. With these and a few candy eggs pur chased have an egg hunt each Easter. If pleasant out of doors; if stormy, in the house. t A reception was given last evening by the members of the North A Street Friends churoli, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Cain, who will make their future borne at Indianapolis. There was a large attendance and the hours were spent in a social manner. Light refreshments were served. dt dt One of the most charming and enjoy aide meetings of the Domestic Science i .ssociation. w;us held yesterday morn ing at ten o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Iand on North Twelfth street. This meeting was for members only. Mrs. O. L. Guldlin. a women nrominent In club affairs of the state addressed be session, having for her subject, "Modern Demands in the Home." She recommended the rrse of all modern and scientific, appliances for reducing the many forms of hard work in a do mestic line. Sho advised the use of the firoless cooker, the electric iron, the mo of cake and bread beaters and cleanliness in all forms of cooking. Mrs. Guild I in gave some very intcr erting and helpful ideas in the' way of house decoration, stating that harmony and decorative effects are accomplish ed by knowing what colors to select for various occasions. The members of the club were thor oughly charmed by her sincerity and ideal personality. This session marks cne of the many pleasant affairs of the society. , t & One of the most, charming musicals of the Easter season will be given to rn or rem- evening at seven-thirty o'clock by the choir of the First Enerlish Luth eran church, in the church auditori-, um. The second part of the program will be a "cantata." The public is cor cially invited to attend. The pro gram is as follows: Part I. Organ a "Death Song" Schubert b "Marche Reiigieuse" . .Guilmant Anthem -"Fear Not. O Israel" Max Spicker Solo "The Man of Sorrows" . . .Adams Mrs. F. W. Knieger. , Anthem "Hear My Prayer" Mendelssohn Part II. "The Crucifixion Stainer Choir. Benediction. Organ - "Processional to Calvary" Stainer Mr. Lee Nusbaum. director. Miss Alice Knollenberg. organist. Two-clasp Kid Gloves in black, white, brown and tan; prices $1.00 to $2.00 a pair. Knollenberg's Store. In order to boost the Conncrsviile candidate in the trip to Europe contest of the Indianapolis Star, the First Na tional bank of Connersville has offered" t" furnh the stonier trunk if the Connersville candidate be among those chosen. Elbow length Silk Gloves in black, white, brown, tan, navy and pink: price $1.50 a pair. Knollenberg's Store. There Is no medicine sc ;afe and at the sarre time so pleasant to take as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, tbe positive care for ail diseases arising from stiraach trouble. Tbo price is very reas rnutoia 50c and ti- Easter Gloves $3.50 Long Kid Gloves Fitted $2.98 All Gloves Fitted To The , Hand 75c 2 Button Silk Gloves 50c THE Open Evenings. Buds on trees and spring flowers have made rapid growth in past few uays on account of the. warm weather. The chilly weather of last night and today indicated further winter weath er,, but the bright sunshine of today cast aside all doubts that spring is here to stay. It's the best! EASTER OXFORDS For Ladies Queen Quality $2.50. $3.00, $3.:.0 and $1.00. Retz & Dunn's ?3 00. $..30 and $4.00. Krippendorfs $:).00. $1,".0 and $4.00. rMettleton UT Sec our Line of EASTER GLOVES Easter Cut Price Sale r LONG KID GLOVES. LONG SILK GLOVES. LONG LISLE GLOVES. LONG M0SQUETAIRE GLOVES. 2 BUTTON KID GLOVES. 2 BUTTON SILK GLOVES The Easter Glove Store, Supt. Mod. who is the Indiana di rector of the National Elucational As sociation, is busily engaged arrancing for the great meeting at Cleveland. June :J1 to July lie has arranged for headquarters at the Hollenden ho tel and belioes the teachers attend ing from Indiana, will number 2,M. There will be less than a two-cent fare. SEE- 179 WINDOW Then Walk Right Into the Store and See the Great Variety of Spring Footwear lor Men, Wo men and Children. For Children Budd's Baby Shoes. Little Wanderer Shoe3 for boys and pi.-is. Bunker Hill Fho:s for Boys Cogan's Dreta Shots for boys. FOR MEN ' $5.50. and $6.00 Heywood Comfort, $4.00. - Douglas $3.00 and Easter Gloves $1.25 2 Button Short Kid Gloves SI. 00 $1.25 Long 16 Button Silk Gloves $1.00 We Fit All Our Gloves to The Hand STORE Cor. 9th and Main. The sheriff has been informed it will not be neeessary to summon witness i i the case of Mcdriff vs. tho IV. C. C. i St. L. railway company until in tim for trial on Tuesday of next week. Thii ase involves a suit for $H,om damages-.. It has been set for trial tomor row, but the tfmith-Vaughau cao ilt prevent its trial. 3 $3.50 I. -j, f iw.