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TOE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SU5-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1903.
PAGE FIVE. ISOCIAL NEVVSi To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121, or Bell Phone 21 g WEEK'S 80CIAL CANELDAR. Monday Miss Mable Barber of South Thirteenth street will entertain; Driole club will meet in the afternoon (rith Mrs. L. N. Cox. Tuesday Card party at Country club house: SDrine Grove Sewing cir cle will meet in the afternoon; Trifol-ic was held yesterday at Jackson's Ice will be given Wednesday, June Tenth, In the evening in the High j School chape!. The cast of charac-1 ters will be made up of members from I the senior class. : The Earlham Junior-Freshman frol- lum Literary society will give its an nual banquet in the evening at the First English Lutheran church. Wednesday The Martha Washing ton society will hold its meeting in the afternoon with Mrs. Lane, at her home in New Lebanon, O.; Social af fairs will be given at Earlham college; jflednesday Afternoon Card club will ' fieet. Thursday Woman's Relief Corps will meet at the hall in the afternoon and reports from delegates who at tended the Kokomo convention will be read; The Helping Hand society will tneet in the afternoon; Priscilla Thim ble club will meet with Mrs. Herbert Carman; Banner Social will meet in the afternoon. Friday Pansy club will meet in the ftfternoon. Saturday The members and friend3 of the Keramic league will meet at the Morrisson-Reeves library. )S t$t Mrs. Henry Gennett will give a lawn party at her home on East Main Street, Wednesday evening. The date for the recitals to be given ty Miss Laura Gaston for her pupils tas not been set. The programs will be announced in the near future. Several Richmond people have re ceived invitations for the commence ment exercises of the Western Re serve University. The gala week will tegln Wednesday, June third, and con tinue until Monday, June fifteenth. On Wednesday, June the tenth a luncheon to the graduating class of the college for women will be given fT the advisory council at the Guilford House. A luncheon was given by Miss Fran ces Marten at her home in Indianapo lis in honor of Miss Ethel Smith, whose marriage will take place next week. One of the main features of the affair was a guessing contest after which the luncheon was served. Sev eral of the guests are well known lo cally. They were Miss Lynn of Pitts burg. Pa,, with Mrs. George Lincoln Chapman and Miss Ina Kelley of Can eda, with Miss Smith. The other puests were Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Howard Venn, Mrs. George Douglass Thornton, Mise Bertie Billman, Miss Mary Zener and Miss Lura Harold. d& Mies Florence Schearer gave a beau tifully appointed luncheon of fourteen icovers yesterday ki honor of two June Jbrides, Miss Ethel Louise Collins, and kMlee Edna Bertermann. The decora rtione for the luncheon table were of (marguerites veiled In white tulle. For ithe centerpiece there was a large French basket of marguerites, the jlmndle of which was tied with a huge hew of white tulle. The favors were j miniature French baskets filled with rice and tied with tulle. The place cards were decorated with marguer ites. The guests were the Misses 'Mary and Edith Baker, Miss Jessie Stake, Miss Dixon or Cleveland, O., Miss Florence Tush, Miss Inez Foley, Miss May Barr, Miss Mary Kelsey etona, Miss Mary Wood, Miss Elsa Bertermann, Mrs. John Stuart Manley of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Adolph jBoicke of Chicago. Mlaa Foley Is well known here as !Q.'has rislted in this city several rttoea (taring the summer months. jf On Wednesday, June the third the wedding' of Miaa Leota Woolley of '"vPlHtacQSbtu-g and Mr. Denver Cogge hall of Fountain City, will take place ;at the home of the bride's parents. 'Both- young people are well known lo cally. Several from this city are ex Spaded tobe la attendance at the wed din?. J "j On ofjthe frtnetpal social events of the week will be the card party which itrllKbe held at the Country club house on Tuesday afternoon, June the sec lOnd. The affair will be for members lonlf. Mrs. Paul Comstock, assisted by Miss Juliet Swayne, Mrs. Rudolph Leeds and Mrs. James Morrisson, is in charge of social events at the club houee during the months of June, July, and August. nc tC c Extensive preparations are being made by the members of the local art exhibit to be held next month begin ning Tuesday, June ninth, and eontin uing over three weeks. The pictures exhibited a Monde will be on display here and artists from various locali ties will be in attendance. This is the twelfth annual exhibit in this city and the officers are endeavoring if possible to make this the most suc cessful one ever given in Richmond. As usual It will be held at the Garfield school. One of the pleasing features of the exhibit wiU be the annual mu sical which, will be held the opening evening. J Jt s The weddftxg of Miss Marguerite Green and Mi Carl Meyers will take place Wednesday. June tenth at high noon. Oi.'.y the immediate relatives of both families w ill be in attendance. Jf iC Mr. John Smtthnieyer, who has been visiting with hia sisters for a few days will return to his home in Indianap olis tomorrow evening. J J Mrs. C. W. Wood entertained a par ty of eight last evening at the Rob inson cafe. The table was arranged in a very pretty manner with flowers and ferns. J J J A "farce" on the Merchant of Ven- park. This was rather unusual, as ! this affair is usually held at Osborne's lake, but owing to the large number who desired to attend it was thought advisable to hold the function at the park this year. Over one hundred students were in attendance. One of ; the delightful features of the affair is the "spread" which is always an elab orate repast. K f jf Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Poundstone gave a dinner party last evening at the Country club house. Places were ar ranged for Mr. and Mrs. Will Starr and Mrs. Ankony of Lafayette. v j Mrs. H. C. Stan entertained at a dinner party last evening at the Country club house. Places were ar ranged for six. - The members of the Senior and So phomore classes of Earlham college held their annual banquet last even- i . il n . . . i . . ! fT-1. . . e a .. i III,, til. i ue vveaLcuu nuiei. i uy ullhii j began promptly at nine o'clock. Places were arranged for ninety. The tables were arranged in a very beautiful and attractive manner. This is an annual affair. A large party of tourists took din ner last evening at the Westcott ho tel. The party passed through this city in a large touring car. They will spend Sunday at Dayton, O. at Miss Jennie Robbins who is well known locally will attend school at Chicago University this summer. The Junior department assisted by the members of the Primary depart ment of the First Christian church will hold their "Children's Day" ex ercises Sunday evening, June 8. The program will be in the nature of a cantata. Extensive preparations have been made for the affair which is -under the direction of Mrs. W. A. Elsie, Miss Mary McLellan, Miss Martha McLellan, Miss Mable Kuhn and Miss Ruby Wilson. J The annual picnic of the Senior class of the Richmond high school will be held next Thursday. It will be an all day affair and will be held at Jackson's park. In the evenine dancing will be enjoyed in the large pavilion which will be thrown open for the class. Jt J J Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown entertained a company at dinner last evening at the home of the former on East Main street. The email tables were ar ranged in a most attractive manner. Places were arranged for forty guests. The company included the members of the whist and pedro clubs which have j met during the winter months. The honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Shu man Jones of Los Angeles, California, who were former members of these clubs. The remaining hours were spent at whist, the game being plaj'ed at ten tables. Mr. and Mrs. Jones have been the honor guests at several social functions given in this city in the last week or two. Miss Nellie Ryan will be one of the graduates of Shortridge High School at Indianapolis this year. The exer cises will be held Wednesday morn ing, June the tenth, at Caleb Mills hall. Miss Ryan is the daughter of Mr. W. O. Ryan of South Thirteenth street. Miss Juliet Robbins will attend school at the University of Chicago this summer. Miss Robbins is a teacher in the Richmond high school. service. The program Is as follows: 'cards, was mailed throughout the va- j Morning Service. j rious European countries where Miss s Organ Prelude "Cantllica". Guilmant Playfair has been concertizing so sue- Anthem "Hark, the Cherubic Host" ; cessfuliy. Since the dead can not play j Gaul ' violin, or accept future concert j Intermezzo.'.'.". Mascagui I engagements, it may be easily inferred Vocal Offertory-"The Valley of ; "t this trick was perpetrated and ' Shadows Barri : ov-' it is calculated to cause damage : Master Robert Taylor. j to tbe young artist, both in reputation ; March Wely ; an( financial gain. Elsie Playfair. ' Evening 8ervice. ! iust returned to Paris from an extend- ... ! ed concert tour, is happily amen? the Organ Prelude-"Ave Maria h aad c.njoving excellent heal-h. ! Richmond , Anthem "It Shall Come to Pass". . . . ! Your I following bit of conversation OffertorylLuliaby" Vogd wa heard at a rfci'al M "March" Maillv ', as the P1"" was leaving the concert . Organlstr-Miss Constance Foeler. ;hall. Director-Professor H. N. Holmes. An hen ,thosev 1 rcfch rranrs jt came by singing the 'Mayonnaise. it was too deeply touching for words." Creatore and his band will open a I a CULLINAN DIAMOND NOW BEING CUT Several Largest Stones in the World From It. Ams'ei-.Li! cufh-.c t! Trar..v aa" t -.::i; lU-ne A Sac ho r co' was f.ifX c a way th;f 'u 111 XI.': ') TV V di.i mor.;i Thv MUSIC A special musical program will be given this evening at the First Pres byterian church by the choir under the direction of Mr. Will Earhart. Several beautiful choruses will be ren dered. Miss Bertha Garver and Mr. Thurman Overman of Earlham college will be the soloists. c During the past week musical affairs have held the attention of the society folk. Last Monday evening Mr. Fritz Krull, of Indianapolis gave a very meritorious recital in the Starr Piano parlors. A large and appreci ative audience greeted Mr. Krull and the members of his class. In the aft ernoon of this same day Miss Lucy Franciso, of the musical department of Earlham college, gave a re cital. She was assisted by her pupils. Tuesday afternoon the second matinee musical was given by Miss Franciso. Miss Marie Kaufman. Mr. Byron Huff and Miss Pearl Hase coster were the principal soloists, while Miss Mildred Gaar and Miss Ma ria Francisco gave beautiful instru mental numbers. At the Reid Memorial church this morning. Master Robert Taylor will sing "The Valley of Shadows," by Bar rie. This solo displays his beautiful soprano voice to excellent advantage. The anthem taken from Gaul's cantata "The Holy City," is for a chorus of women's voices with obligato solos for baritone and soprano. It will be sung by the choir at this morning's season of four weeks beginning May 23, in the Jal Alal building, on Delmar Boulevard. The St. Louis engage ment will close June 20. Arimondi, the well known basso, has I accepted an engagement to sing at the i Theater Colon, at Buenos Ayres. William B. Clayton of Chicago, has been appointed business manager of the St. Louis Symphony orchei-tra. c .si A. J. Hail, will by request, repeat his concert of "Songs of the East." at the a il-itv: .o c.r t-xati.'v i Uavms a part on f-aoh stone. From one piece :ii :1. Musical Art building in New York, in aid of a benefit under the auspice;; of the Union Musical club. Mr. and The Halir Trio scored a success in Mrs. Hall will 2lso give a students' re Teplitz. cention some time this week. I .t . :; he cenr. piece of the is V-4 ir. out the big diamond ar...i the o'l . ;- part will be cut into o'her smaller tizos. and even then one of those Mr.a'.Ior stcne when finished will be one of the lareesot diamonds in the world The large s'.one will probably bo drop shaped, and will be completed before the end of the year. .4 J c The engagement of the Ethel Weath erley to Baron Jervls-Scalisi has just been announced and congratulations are pouring in upon the young people. Miss Weatherley is a 6inger of note in England, where last year her songs in costume, both French and English, were frequently heard during the sea son, both at public, and private mu sicales. 4 v Henri Vitta, director of the Hague Conservatory, led a Brussels concert with success. In the same city other conductors heard this winter were the Yeaye brothers and Birnbaum (of Lau sanne.) J v Madame Schumann-Heink will sing in five Oklahoma cities during this month, and music lovers throughout the state are greatly delighted in hav ing the opportunity of hearing this ac- Xathan Sacks gave the last of his piano series on May seventh. He a' so gave a special recital with Mrs. A. I. Eptein, vocalist. May twelfth, in New York at the Aeolian Hall. WILL BUILD FINEST CLUB IN WORLD RAILROADS WILL REDUCE THEIR RATES New Phones 1198 1199 Bel 190 BEE HIVE GROCERY COMPANY! Nfw Phones 1193 1199 Bell 190 EOPLE'S The n "mac nnr.DFCCUF ROMDLRS Luxuries Substantial Delicacies m HIVE COITEE All Big Conventions Will Favored. Be Los Angeles Athletic Associa tion to Spend Over a Million. Los Angeles, May Angeles Athletic Club complished singer in the "wild and , build what it claims will be the finest faction of the roads that 1,000 or more New York, May 30. It has been deflnitelv decided by Central Passen- i per Association lines that a rate of a fare and a half will be granted only to conventions which guarantee an attendance of 1.000 or more. Kor such as will have less than the number the same rate will be made, but upon the certificate plan, which requires the 30. The Los , payment of the full rate going. On the proposes to return trip, if it is shown to the satis- NEW PASSENGER RULE IN OHIO Passengers Without Tickets Must Pay Ten Cents. woolly west." The director of the Carl Rosa Opera company, has decided to revive Verdi's "Forza del Destino," and will produce the work during the autumi tour. ji John Towers' "Dictionary of Opera,' upon which the author has been work ing for fifteen years, will soon be on sale. Mr. Towers resides in St. Lou ts. ?ome jealous or envious person, bent on mischief doubtlessly with intent to cause harm and loss to a talented young musician has circulated, or caused 1o be circulated, a false report of the death of Elsie Playfair, the well known violinist. The death notice, printed on deeply edged mourning made. club house in the world. The struc-, have been present, a half rate will be ture will be of reinforced concrete throughout. The cost of building and the site will be $1,150,000. Tho Pic-urcs ct Hope. "This poeui ou 'May Day,' " said the editor. "Is not at all bad" The attic poet Hushed with delight "But. since we hav enough material on band to last us for the next ten years, I am obliged to decline it" The poet still smiled hopefully. "But. sir," be said, "you will require something for the eleventh year." New York Press There is no medicine so afe and at the same time so pleasant to take as Dr. Caldwell 's Syrup Pepsin, tbe positive core for all diseases arising from stomach trouble. The price is very reas enable 50c and II. MILLIONS TO BE SPE ON DOCKS Enormous Outlay for Liver pool, England. Liverpool, May .". The Mersey Docks and Harbor board practically have decided to extend the dock sys tem of Liverpool by new buildings at a cost of about SIOhhmmk. Columbus. May :?0. On and after July Tth. by virtue of a new law in Ohio, passengers on trains must be provided with tickets or pay 10 cent more than the regular faie. It is in tended to save conductors earning the large amount of loose change they have needed in collecting cash fares ever since the maximum passenger rate was made two cents a mile by law. " His RepertoVy. "What have you beeu playing dur lng your present tour?" "We played 'Hamlet' and 'King Lear' ou the Ptago." answered Mr. Stormington Barnes. 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