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What Is Doing in Social, Club and Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas f Mr Ir W4 &terUlned wltli : 8 Us (Mty'tast vnlng At hl horn on South Twentieth fttrtet. The charm ins function ws complimentary to Sir. Zennoghin of Buenos Ajrres, 8out!t America. ; An elegant dinner In Ave couraea was aerred. The table was beamtifuUy. apaointed with Uchmoa4 Rosea a4 terna. Ptaeea wart arranged for ten inoa teclndUf tl) boat Thoae partldpaUng in, tha affair were: Mr. 8. 8, gtrattan jr., Mr. Omar Mur ray. Mr. Walter Batea. Mr. Harry Jay, r. Zannoghja of Buanoa Ayrea, - Mr. Charlea McQuire, Mr. J. A. Spekenhler, Mr. Joseph Hill, Mr. Harry Land and Mr. Wood. , r, ...... ' & :j"''5. ; Mrs. Harry Kamp entertained a company of friend informally Thurs day Tening i at her horn - on South Eighth atreet. Cards wera a feature of the evening's amusements, the game being played at two tables. ; Fatora were given ' to Mlea - V.' Thomas, Mrs. William Golden, and Mm. Christian I4chtenfels. .... A dainty luncheon wan served at the conclusion of the affair. The guests were: Wra. Henry T. MiHer, Mrs. Christian Lichtenf tla, Mra; Wil 11am Golden, Mrs. N. Kirkman. Mrs. Harry WIHiama, Miss V. Thomas and Mrs. John Maag. -vi.; , . , Mrs. David Evans of Chicago is the guest of her stater, Mrs. J. M. . Knodle of East Main street, for a few days. J Jt A slumber party was given last evening by Miss Arline Shreeve at her home on South Sixteenth street. The guests included Miss Helen Nicholson, Miss Ruth Frledgen. Miss Do roth;' Dill. Miss Helen Jameson and Miss Geneive Newltn. Miss Ethel Bunnell of t'rbana. Ohio, who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs." Charles Arrowsmlth. of South Seventh street, , returned home last evening. ;v '" . o J , Mrs. Allen D. Hole will observe her at home day May tenth, instead of the Children grow Plump and Rosy on Irapo-EIiits FOOD i "There Reason" 8th and Pdn Strooto OF first Monday in the month, as is her usual custom. ; ., - J ' j - '"X:.- ? A "very successful and enjoyable sur prise party was held Tuesday evening St the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. G, Ot to, 124 Hunt street. The affair wa3 given to celebrate Mr. Otto's birthday anniversary. The guests included friends and neighbors. The members of the Sunday school board of which be is superintendent, was also present. About, fifty persons were entertained. Rev. Keana, pastor of the Third Methodist church, presented the host with a beautiful chair, on behalf of those present. After a social even ing a dainty luncheon was served. J JS j Among the numerous social events given during the week, for Miss Ruth Ensminger, of Kansas City, was the company of yesterday, which had for its hostess Mrs. Herbert Fledderjohn, Of South Thirteenth street, a sister to Miss Ensminger. Beautiful . flowers and ferns were used in decorating the varioua rooms. Needlework and so cial conversation were features of the afternoon. A luncheon . in - twj courses was served. The place cards were ' hand-painted, the design being pink carnations. In a contest which was enjoyed by the guests, Mrs. Chris Hasemeier won the favor. The guests bidden to enjoy the function were: Mrs. Charlea Arrowsmlth, Mrs. W. B. Dye, Mrs. Fred J. Bartel. Mrs. Emma Egge meyer, Mrs. John Leive, Mrs. Adam Bartel, Mrs. Fred Dougan. Miss Mar guerite Hasemeier, Mrs. Chris Hase meier, Mrs. George Schultz. Mrs. Hall, Mrs. F. W. Fledderjohn, and Mrs. O. L. Loofbourrow. - a j ji . . The eleventh annual concert of the Hibberd school was held yesterday aft ernoon in the Pythian Temple. The affair was under the direction of Prof. William Earhart. The program as recently announced, was given without change. Miss Mary Seaton of Indianapolis, will come Friday, May seventh to be the guest of her cousin. Miss Ruth Gil christ of West Richmond.- for several days- A number of social functions will be given In honor of Miss Seaton. Saturday evening the hostess will en tertain with a card company for her guest. Mr. George Moore Of Indianap olis mill be among the guests. o J Jt Professor F. S. Lamar, Miss Elisa Curtis and . Miss Martha Whitaker went to Dayton, Ohio, this morning to visit schools. v :; A delightful afternoon company was a feature of Thursday's social sched ule. The hostesses for the affair were TWsv'Firet! Anderson sua Mrsr Bdwai a SOCETY . t : : , . 1 . . . i hm (pDd5 (LOO'S gate atocsflasf raopBitag, Dow ficfl, . cowing' Art Circles. phone tut Schalk, the function being celebrated at the home of the latter on North Eighteenth street. . Spring blossoms and ferns were used in decorating the various rooms. All the guests wore dainty summer , gowns. Whist was a feature of the afternoon. Mrs. O. E. Allison, Mrs. Harry Shaw, Mrs. John Sllger , and Mrs. Henry, Klute were given the favors. ' In the dining room where luncheon was served, -the dec orations were in pink and white. A French basket filled with sweet peas formed a center piece for the table. The- guests included members of a card club with the exception of Mrs. Henry Kluter, Mrs. Allison and Mrs. Frank Parsons. J J . Miss Edith Strattan entertained a number of her friends last evening with a slumber party at her home, 243 Pearl street Jt J J ' Mr. and Mrs. David Coppock of Ar ba, Ind., were delightfully surprised Tuesday evening. The affair was in honor of Mrs. Coppock's, birthday an niversary. Those enjoying the oc casion were Mr. Wesley Coppock and family, Mr. John Coppock and family, Mr, August Knoll and family, Mr. Charles Coppock and daughter, Miss Clara, and Misses Eva Brooks and Irene Conner of Richmond. J J J Mr. C. Everett Jones of Chicago, ha returned home after a most delightful visit with relatives in Spring Grove. CLUB NOTES Mrs. Harry Wessel entertained the members of the N, O. C. dub Wednes day afternoon at her home, 407 South Eleventh street. The Helping Hand society me yes terday afternoon with Mrs. Christian Liehtenfels at her home on : South Eighth street ' Sixteen members were in attendance. Needlework and social conversation were features of the aft ernoon. Music numbers were given by Mrs. Charles" Weisbrod. A dainty luncheon in two courses was served. The next meeting of the society will be held the third Thursday in June. Mrs. William KIopp will be hostess for this meeting at her home in Glen Miller... ' , J .J js .. . A profitable meeting of the Home Missionary society of the First Meth odist church was held. Thursday after noon at the home . of Mrs. Clark Ketch,' North Fourteenth street: Mrs. R4y Longnecker was . the . leader, A paper on the "New Migration" was Ta4 by 'Vrs.'L tL Rtdvnoor. This IllE c was followed by -an Interesting and en-. tertaining reading, "Saved for: Serv ice" given by Mrs. Dudley Ramsey. Miss Ora Conrad: conducted the devo tional ' exercises. " A social " hour, fol lowed by luncheon concluded the aft ernoon's program. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Chase, Mrs. 1 Wooly : and Mrs. F. A. Browne. The next meeting ; will be held at the home of Mrs. Elliott on North Fifteenth street. The Eureka Card club did not meet Thursday evening. The meeting has been postponed one week at which time Mr. and' Mrs. George Reid of South Fourth street will act as host and hostess. - v & J A very successful and enjoyable meeting was held at Grace M. E. church Tuesday evening. The congre gation met en masse and partook of a delicious . supper ' furnished by the members. This meeting is the first in a series to be held" during the year and every one present was delighted with the social privileges afforded and anticipate much pleasure from the meetings yet to be held. Grace church is entering ' upon a very suc cessful era and It is expected to reap a reward for the congregation and friends of the church. Plans for the year were fully, discussed after the supper and committees appointed to care for the various projects. :. j j ji The Thursday Whist club met this week with Miss Maude Tbistletbwaite at her home on North Eleventh street. Miss Grace Roby and Miss Alice Fork ner won the favors. Miss Magdalena Engelbert. Miss Forkner end Mrs. George Kates- were guests of the club. A luncheon was served. Miss Roby will entertain the club in two weeks. Jt The Sidonian Thimble club was pleasantly entertained Thursday af ternoon by Mrs. James Fry at her home on South Eighth street Needle work was a feature of the afternoon. Luncheon was served. Mrs. Charles Kreimeier entertains the club in two weeks. ; : -s .. - J J Jt "Purity," was the subject for yes terday's meeting of the Mission circle of the Vhiversalist church, held at the home of Mrs. E. M. Owens, on South A street, , Mrs. Packer was the leader for the session.. Several interesting papers were read. A short business meeting was held, alter which a social hour followed.. & ji Miss Mary Marlatt was hostess for a meeting of the Jenny W'ren club yes terday afternoon, at her home on South Ninth street. Games and nee dlework made the afternoon a most en joyable one to the children. Light re freshments were served. AN HONEST DOCTOR remarked to his patient who bad. been cured by Lydia E. Pukham'a Vegeta ble Compound after his efforts had failed. "Mrs. Weber, "I do not believe in patent medicines but I will say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com oound is the best medicine ever aim- covered for women. Continue to use It". This is another link in the. long chain of evidence to Drove the relia bility of 'this standard medicine for rami! o pi o) int can SITE Clinton Rogers Woodruff On 1 Municipal Cleaning Project Clinton Rogers Woodruff says, "Civ ic Improvement is a good municipal as set. The modern cities are competing with each other not in the matter of population, not in the matter of the number of railroads, but in what they are doing to make life more pleasant to those who live within their borders. The cities you think of first are the cities which have been most active In the policy of civic improvement . If you look at it from . the narrow point of financial success, it is successful. This principal that it pays to improve Is one which business men all over this country are beginning to appreci ate and realize. People like to do bus iness under attractive surroundings. People like to go to a community where the sentiments are beautiful, to a community where provision is made for health and happiness and for their prosperity. Municipal authorities are coming to see that one of the most ef fective ways of preserving law and or der and of maintaining decency and righteousness in a community is by GROWING PAINS." There's Ne Such Thine Th Cause and the Remedy. "When I was a child no one knows what I suffered with what used to be called growing pr.lns. They were usually most intense late in the after noon or. at night Sometimes mother would say, 'Oh, never mind, dear; you will soon be better, or, 'Yon will be all right tomorrow: don't cry. And so t went on until one day the pain real ly made me ill. Th family physician was called la. and he said sine times out of ten these so called growing pains are muscular rheumatism. For the benefit of other little sufferers I would like to tell you about the sim ple though efficacious remedy he pre scribed," writes a contributor in a cur rent magazine. "When a child complains of aching legs day or night remove at once the shoes and stockings, put two ttble spoohfnls of plain bicarbonate of soda In a small foot rub or wash basin (or a wooden backet will answcrt. poor on the soda about two quarts of very hot water to dissolve it put the little feet Into this i solution as hot ss can be borne, add more bet water as that in the vessel cools and let the feet soak until the water does not feel hot.: Then dry. the feet and legs oa a soft Turkish towel to get up a fresh circu lation. Now moisten the finger tips and palms of your hands slightly with live oil and rub the soles of the feet and the calves of the legs, not down, la the old fashioned way, but op toward the knees. The heat relaxes the tight ened muscles, and the oil softens and feeds them. TtiM affords blessed re lief to yoaag r old. . It is a great mis take to allow any one to pat bis or her feet on a . hot water bag. it makes them tender. . But if the room is cokl pat the hot bag in the bed to warm it before a person gets In. It should be removed when ready to settle down tor the night- . PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. suit in w v. J ITJhoro all 4ho Caro Stop surrounding its people with decent en vironments. : i , . ' "The city that might be the city that ought to be this Is the object of bur faith, of our devotion. This is the city that is coming down out of heaven from God coming as fast as we make room for it. It comes very Slowly, because there are so few who believe in it. and look for it. and make ready for it, according to our faith it must be unto us. For just as soon as the people begin to believe In a city like this, it will be here in all Its glo ry. Nothing hinders Its . coming in the world but pur want of faith" Washington Gladden. Prof. Ely tells us that the modem city in addition to being a well order ed . househould, and religious Institu tion, in the best . sense of the , word, should also be a work of art. : As we clean and beautify and male splendid the cities in which we live, as we tie them together in more and more efficient clubs, struggling for the com mon welfare, we shall find that a city materially beautiful will be spiritually beautiful. ; ' ' The Kaffeeklatsch. The difference between the 0 o'clock tea and a German - kaffeeklatsch . Is enormous. The tea is a pleasant go-as-you-please meeting; where we bal ance our teacups in hands perilously handicapped.., by our multitudinous possessions, augmented by the frail saucer, on which a top heavy piece of cake finds an" Insecure resting place. We may enjoy a variety of creature comforts, augmented by ices and cups on fe-tlve occasions. Xot so the Ger man kaffeeklatsch. That is a ponder ous affair, which you take sitting at fables: ' Coffee and savories mark the beginning of the meal, followed by numberless cakes, which the Germans know so writ how to make. This is followed by some creamy preparation or s beautiful device 1 made ia lee. This, again. Is succeeded by the choic est fruits. The kaffeekaaae la mean while still busily : plying, its trade. There is a well known German song which ends with the refrain, freely translated-. Thank you. thank you. hostess mine, - I never - drink more cups than nine." Boa- Just made some splendid biscuits 3eM aredi rur. i PAGE FIVE. - - . t --. ? - r- " , ' f -T t ' i I i . v I i f I ' S t . . . v , ... - ' IUDUSTRIES TO GO TO CLLICOTIIE Three Industries Have Decid ed to Locate in that . t"V Wet City. Biseeaeai CITY IS QUIETING DOWN AFTER THE STRENUOUS ELEC TION PEACE REIGNS 'AND THE MANY ARRESTS WILL NOT BE PROSECUTED. 1 .-- , Chlllicothe, Ohio.' April 3f.-The tin-' official figures give the , "wets" a vie- tory In this county of 1.45(1, which Is the largest majority they have secur ed In any election in Ohio. f ' The city went wetw by 1.882.- The county districts gave the "drys" 420 majority, which left the total at 1.4i. : The city was quiet yesterday. Uaynr Yaple has Issued a statement that the same order that . has been t enforced : here will be, maintained In the future. No gambling will be allowed. -' Ne PeeeeewMeA,'' - It is probable that none of the ar rests of Wedneaday will be proseeat ed.' - - : .-.--'.' " i c' - ; The "wef majority la ao large 4hat no contest will be attempted. In the case of Chief of Police Pea dergast. the drys" have agreed set to press it If he will allow the case against Attorney Wlthgott to drop. This will he done.lt is said.. i Most of those 'who were arrested for alleged buying - of votes have filed charges of perjury against those who) made out the affidavits. " V" Three new industries, which will em ploy 3QD or 301) persons, are to bt moved to this city at once, the change having been held op until the result of the election was made known. - $1 .2$ CINCINNATI SUNOAY EXCUft Pennsylvania. lines. May 2. . Lv. Rich' mond. 7 a, m. . 3S-30-mayl 1551 - - - - " lc2 WaC2t2o; : : .are thrown away every year needles.; ly. If you have one that Isn't' going, right don't throw it away. If it can be repaired we can do it. We have made many a watch as good as new which the owner had abont nmade wp his mind was ' not worth reeeiriag. Bring ta yoora and have aa look at & - 3 -'