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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, JUXE 4, 1909.
PAGE FIVE. JWaisi" f NEWS OF SOCIETY What Is Doing in Social, Club and Art Circles. A Miss Elizabeth ?. Thomas PHONE 1121 . A bautiful wedding was celebrated last evening at the home of Mr. Ed ward Vaughan on North Tenth street. The bride was Mrs. Mary Vaughan Williams, and the groom Mr. Louis G, Reynolds of Dayton, Ohio. The house was a bower of beauty with its decora tions, the principal color utilized being pink. v -Large clusters of pink roses and ferns were used in embellishing the various rooms. Trailing ferns were used In festooning the chandeliers, while the lights were shaded with dainty pink shades. The bride enter ed unattended, while Lohengrin's wed ing march was being played by Pro fessor Kamp, harpist.' The bride was met at the chancel, which had been arranged with palms and ferns, by the groom, attended by his brother, Mr. E. S. Reynolds of Dayton, Ohio. Rev. David W. Huntington of the St. Paul's Episcopal church read the impressive service. The bride was handsome in her elaborate gown of white Irish cro chets She carried a beautiful shower boquet of sweet peas and ferns. The guests Included some of the most dis tinguished and prominent people of Richmond and Dayton. Especially noticeable were the elaborate gowns worn by the women guests. After the ceremony a supper In several courses was served. At the bride's table plac es were arranged for twelve guests. A center piece for the table was made of pinto rosebuds and ferns,' surrounded by candles with pink shades. The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E.i S. Reynolds, Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes, Mr. and Mr. H. J. I$lng, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lytle, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Caten, Mr. mil TLTra f CS. VinHT MV nnH Mm. T. J. Weakley, Mr. and- Mrs. H. E. Pal mer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Ausdal, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Stoddard, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Houk, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Grimes, Mrs. Fielder, Mr. D. D. Bickham and Mr. H. V. Lytle. Miss Mlary Reynolds, Miss Janet Reynolds and Mr. Gardner Reynolds, children 'of the groom, Mr. Robert Hughes and Mr. Delmar Hughes, all of Dayton, and Mrs. Bond of Philadelphia. t Ax partial list of the town guests is Mr. and Mra. William Dudley Foulke, Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Starr; Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Elmer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gennett, Mr. and Mrs. Piatt Robinson, Mr and Mrs. Ray Robinson, Mr. and r'rs, E. R. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Established in 1851 OUR EXHIBIT of Graduation Presents was never so temptingly beautiful as now. A large stock to choose from and reasonable prices throughout. , . BRACELETS Of great beauty, Stick Pins." Cuff Links, Rings, Lockets. Spoons, Etc. ' . 0. E. DICKINSON. Diamonds Mounted. Watch Repairing Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Starr, Dr. and Mrs I. S. Harold, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Cathell. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Llndemuth, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Swayne, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Braffett, Mrs. Jcannette G. Leeds, Mrs. J. M. Gaar, Mrs. Louise White, Mrs. Omar Hittle. Mrs. T. W. O. Braffett, Mrs. Caroliao Reeves, Mrs. James Reeves, Mrs. Frank Vaughan, Miss Dorothy Vaughan, Miss Laura Gaston. Miss Carol j-ne Foulke, Miss Nellie Howard, Miss Clara Morgan, Miss Hal ey Harold, Miss Juliet Swayne, Mr. Frank Harold, Mr. Walter Vaughan, Mr. Edward Williams, Mr. Raymond Nicholson and Mrw Charles Morgan. Mrs. Reynolds is a popular and ac complished woman. She is well known in the social circles of this city. Mr. Reynolds is a prominent business man of Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Rey nolds left for an extended wedding trip In the East. A large number of elegant and magnificent wedding gifts were received. Mr. and Mrs. Rey nolds have the heartiest congratula tions of their many friends in this city. . J J J Mr. and Mrs. Abercrombie of New York will , come Saturday to be the guests of Miss Marie Kaufman. Mrs. Abercrombie was formerly Miss Pau line Williams of this city. J J J The members of the high school fac ulty with their wives and friends will picnic Saturday afternoon and even ing in Glen Miller Park. An elegant picnic supper will be a feature of the affair. js jl jl Mr. Howard McMinn and Mr. Tracey Clark gave a delightful dancing party last evening in the pavilion at Jack son's park. Marson and Calloway from Cambridge City, furnished the dance music. About fifty persons were in attendance. J A dance will be given this evening In the pavilion at Jackson'8 Park by Mr. Carl Bernhardt and Mr. Julian Cates. Plans and drums will furnish the dance music. 8 ijt Miss Edith Duke has gone to In dianapolis for a few days' visit with friends. She will attend a number of social functions while there. J J J An excellent recital was given Thursday afternoon at three-thirty o'clock, by the Earlham college depart ment of music, with Miss Lucy Fran cisco as director. The first numbefr on the program was "Ballet Scene." by Schultz, played on two pianos by M1ss Edith Barnett end Miss Martha Scott, pupils of Miss KiTk. Miss Pearl At kinson delighted the large audience with her splendid Interpretation of Beethoven's "Farewell to the Piano." Miss Hazel Thomas rendered' Gurlltt's "Fairy Tale" in a most creditable man ner, Miss Pearl Hasecoster sang two numbers from Jensen. She was ac companied by Miss Francisco. Miss Helen Young and Miss Lucile Wilson who played Instrumental numbers, made quite a favorable impression. Miss Mary Dickinson sang "My Little Love,", by Hawley. Miss Dickinson has a very good voice and made a very pleasing appearance. One of the moot enjoyable numbers on the program was "Second Mazurka" by Godard. played by Miss Ruth Hadley, who is quite a young and promising musi cian. Miss Myrtle Johnson was un able to appear. The remaining num bers on the program were given by Miss Hasecoster, Mies Laura Stanley, Miss Trueblood and Miss Susie Crow ell. J J J , Miss Martha Whitacre gave a bridge company last evening at her home, 18 North Twentieth street, in honor of Miss Nettie Betten of Win chester, and Miss Eva Mygrants of Sullivan, who are house-guests of Pro fessor and Mrs. C. W. Knouff. The game was played at four tables. At the close of the affair a dainty lunch eon was served by the hostess. The guests invited to enjoy the function were: Professor and Mrs. Arthur Mur ray, Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schalk, Mr. and Mrs. Townsend, Miss Alice Locke, Professor John Thompson, Professor and Mrs. Knouff, Miss Nettie Betten, Miss Eva Mygrants and Miss Stahl. J Jt J Mr. and Mrs. Pickett of South Tenth street, are entertaining their nioce, Miss Annette Arnold, of Dayton, Ohio. J J J Miss Josephine Cates gave a charm ing luncheon this noon at the Country club house for members of the cast, "Prlscilla." The guests were: Miss Marie Kaufman, Miss Juliet Swayne, Mr. Ira Law and Mr. Allan Grimes of Terre Haute. jC Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kaufman, of Na tional avenue, have gone to Chicago to be the gue6ts of Mr. and Mrs. Par sons. Miss Marie Kaufman entertained in formally last evening at her home, 209 National avenue. Among the guests were: Mr. Ira Law, of Terre Haute; Miss Juliet Swayne, Mr. Allan Grimes of Terre Haute and Miss Josephine Cates. Jit J J Mr. Fred Bayer who has been at tending school at Miami Military Academy is in the city, to spend his summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bayer of South Eighth street. ijB About five hundred Invitations have been issued for the reception to be given Thursday evening, June tenth, for members of the Art association. The affair will be held in the Garfield building. An orchestra will furnish an excellent program. J'Ji J. An evening recital will be given Fri day evening, June eleventh at Earlham college. Miss Marguerite Chrisman and Miss Marie Peterson will be among the students to take part in the program. The public is Invited. Mrs. Sara Lundy Russell and son. Master Walter G. Russell of North Da kota, are in the city for a visit with friends in this city and vicinity. Mrs. Russell is a former Wayne county teacher and is well known throughout the entire county. tS The young people of St. John's Luth eran church gave a delightful enter tainment last evening. The program was as follows: "Frosch-Cantata" .... ....... .Chorus "Hiring a Clerk" Comic dialogue for six males.) Characters. "Alfred Dobbs" A merchant in want of a confidential clerk , . . . . ...... ........ . . Howard Schneider -'Aster Colby" Who has seen better days and has a partiality for lager beer Harry Pilgrim "Bert House" A model dude ...... , Ray Wickemeyer "Sam Short" Who has plenty of cheek Clarence Scherp "Arthur Small" A steady young man Welter Schuerman "Pat Murphy" Dobb's man servant l Gus Kauper Scene Dobb's office. "Die Wette" Komische Musikallscho Auffuehrung) Charaktaere. "Schuster Schwenn" Wm. Duning "Lienchen" Seine Frea ........... Eda Sehnennan Rickchen" Seine Tocfatcr .... - - Mabel Feeger Reisende . "Mueller" Ray Duning "Schultz" . J. F. Hunslker "Dr. Hanson" ..... H. D. Meyer Ort Schwenn's Schnhladen. "Flower Polka" Chorus "Quenching the Tyranny" Scene I (Mr. Piper's Home.) Characters. "Mr. Piper" Howard Thomas "Mr. Chamberlin" ... .Harry Tnbeslng Scene II Chamberlin s Hall.) "Miss Hall" Speaker Alice Sieck "Mrs. Chainberlin"--Conductress . . Bertha Kemper Audience of ladies. "Gruendung des erstcn Gcsangrcr- eins in Afrika" (Musikalische Auffu ehrung.) Charaktaere. "Deutscher" J. F. Hunxiker "Afrikaner" Tenor I.. ..... . -Albert Fraumann Tenor II. . ...... Harry Wieaehahn Bass I Gas Kauper Bass II George Kauper Club Meetings Jor Today Mrs. Joseph Gormon is hostess for a meeting of the Francis Willard W C. T. U. this afternoon. An all day meeting of the First Presbyterian Aid society is being held today. Mary Hill W. C. T. U. is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Mary Hill, 1118 Hunt street. A dance will be given this evening at Jackson's park. Mrs. Isaac Smith and Miss Caseley are entertaining for Miss Likens. CLUB NOTES Mrs. Horace Kramer entertained the regualr monthly meeting of the Aid society of Reid Memorial hospital Thursday afternoon at her home on North Seventeenth street. Needle work was the main feature of the af ternoon. Arrangements were com pleted for the annual picnic to be held the last Thursday in June on the hospital lawn. J J J The Teddy Bear Euchre club was enitertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Edward Roser at her home on South Eleventh street. The game was played at three tables, Mrs. Mason Byer, Mrs. Henry Cheesman and Mrs George Reid winning the favors. At the close of the festivities a luncheon in two courses was served. Mrs. John Hewitt will entertain the club in two weeks at her home on Sheridan street J J J Mrs. Clayton Miller' was hostess for a meeting of the Happy Hour club Thursday afternoon at her home northwest of the city. In the living room red and yellow roses were, used In decorating. The parlors were at tractively embellished with pink and white peonies. Mrs. William Morrow read an interesting paper on "Social Purity." This was followed by a dis cussion given by Mrs. Rich and Mrs, Gist. Eighteen members with seven guests were in attendance. A dainty luncheon In several courses was serv ed. In three weeks Mrs. Kamp will entertain the club. . j j Members of the Kappa Alpha Phi fraternity will give a picnic and dance at Jackson park, Friday, June elev enth. About twenty couples are ex pected to be in attendance. J . jl J Members of the Alice Carey flub formed a picnic party at Glen Miller park Thursday afternoon. Jt Jt J Mrs. Leroy Little entertained the West Side Aid society of the First Christian church yesterday afternoon at her home on Pearl street, J J J8 The Mother's League of Rlverdale was pleasantly entertained with a thimble party Thursday afternoon by Mrs. William Golden at her home on North I street. Twenty-five members were, present. Mrs. Close gave a very 1 June Sale Undermuslins June Sale Undermuslins HJMDDIEMWIE Forest Milts Underwear. Essex Mills Underwear means good and satisfactory underwear it popular prices. The buying season in this department is now on. This will be one of the weeks when hundreds, yes thousands of garments will be sold. IS Noll Already a Custonnier Come and -Sec ffltie Line- LADIES' UNDERWEAR. Vests ...Jl -...10c to $1.00 Umbrella Pants 25c to 50c Knee Pants - ...-.25c to 50c - Union Suits 39c to $1.00 GENTS' UNDERWEAR. Shirts and Drawers ... 25c to $1.50 Union Suits .......$1.00 to $1.50 B. V. D. Athletic Underwear . ... -50c BOYS' UNDERWEAR. Shirts and Drawers ........25c to 50c Union Suits . ...i..... ...50o CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. Vests and Pants 1 0c to 35c Union Suits . . .. ... .50c INFANTS' UNDERWEAR. Vests, cotton, ... . . ....... 1 5c to 35c Vests, wool ....... . . . .... 25c ta 90c EL C Hasemeier Company Forest Essex Mills 2U Wc Waal Yost 11 Low Ml Treatment Appeals Te Yaa I(DneF Sites Sixth and Matn Sts. SaaOa 01.10 Salt Cases Oa tela IttsWeek ED Ydhii Waumfl fl Saiw We know you do. We value the customer who wants to save money. They are the ones that appreciate our store and the way we handle the merchandise ques tion, they know they get one hundred cents for every dollar they spend. ARE YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE of the good things we are offering in the Shoe Department. Ladies' Slip pers in black or tan at 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.69, $1.98, and 02.25 CHILDREN'S ROMPER SUITS, much cheaper than you can male thsm. Wc have all sins In good heavy Cheviot. Clnghama; our price complete - SOc Men's Dress Shoes in good Dongola Kid.. - $1.93 and $2.50 Men's Patent Leather Dress Shoes at - $1.93, $2.50 and $3.00 Men's gun metal Goodyear Welt, worth $3.50, at - $20 Men's Hickory Calf Work Shoes at .$1 .75 Men's Work Pants 98c, $1.25 and $1.50, much better values than any clothing store can give. Children's Suits, one lot to close; they are suits worth from $3.50 to $5.00, your choice of any suit 93c and $1.25 Children's Wash Suits in fancy grey suitings at ......50c and $1.25 We feel a sort of a responsibility to our customers to keep them posted on' what's going on here. We want you to know what the advantage is to you and that you don't miss any of the real good things that we have from week to week. 11 A 3 pretty reading. Refreshments were served. 4 J Jt Tbe following is the official cast for the Merchant of Venice to be giv en by the senior class at the Gennett theater next Wednesday evening. Judging from the sale of tickets the play will be a huge success. Mr. Ow ens the manager and director of the play said today, "That the seniors are preparing to put on an elaborate display and undoubtedly, owing to the fact this is the first time that the real Merchant of Venice has been giv en in Richmond for some time that it will be an entire success." The best talent of the school will do the danc ing stunts and as this play contains a great deal of variety, considerable merriment is expected from this part of the program. , Cast. Duke of Venice Robt Thornburg. Antonio Ralph Brown. Bassanio Russell Heitbrin Gratiano Arthur Curme. Lorenzo Elmer Grosvenor. Salarino Eric Sudlioff. Solanis Seth Dingley. - 1 Shylock Howard Hunt. Tubal Wilbur Sudhoff. Launcelot Gobbo Oliver Overman. Old Gobbo Paul Ketring. Leonardo Arthur Wiesler. , Baltzhazar Bernard Knollenberg. Portia Mary Fisher. Xerissa Agnes Kelly. Jessica Marguerite Rush. VETERAN ACTOR IN THE LAMBS' GAMBOL This is Edward Harrigan, the fam ous old comedian, who was added to the list of stars, who took part in the Gambol of tbe Lambs, in New York. Magnificoes of Venice, Officers of the Court of Justice, maskers, dancers etc., by other members of senior class. Llm ? M7 French Gendarme Visitor in America W tmt'f jff:: - im.- :-. "s. s-.w r v 1 1 o ,$t r 11 m si r fi' V-" -'.s : Thii is a picture of Clement Boofllard and his little son. Paul, taken In this city, by a staff photographer of the H- X. Sv while en route from Tahiti to France. BooUlard is a gendarme and has been oa doty la Tahi ti. He has just been ordered home and Is taking bis little boy with bias. Has Your Daugh ter Been Finxchcd Yet? Maybe maybe not. Just de pends on .her and on what " candle power " you want her -to have. If she's to shine in society she may need polishing up a bit. Does she know how to walk into a room impressively how to talk without giving herself away how to dress for various func tions how to "act" on all oc casions? Oh, it's great business, -this finishing school industry.' which makes a Geraldine of your ienny and a Mabelle of plain label. There areallkindsof "finishes" to the finishing school product and they are all discussed breezily, fairly and fully by Regi nald Wright Kauffman in an article all the girls and boys and : fathers and mothers will enjoy. HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE Jane On Sal Now Some of the other great fes tures of this number are : Lutur Trant, the Psycho logist - Detective In a few months he will be as well known as Shelock Holmes. The story in June will show you tbe absurd ity and cruelty of the nhird degree.- . Watermelons. Charles Edward Russell tells just how the nil roads make money. For the first time the secrets of gigantic "stock watering" and "water melon growing" are told clearly, with names, dates and amounts. White CoaLK fine big article on "water farming by John L. Mathews. The fuel and power supply of the near future is water and even now a trust is trying to grab it If you don't wake up your greaf -grand-children will ; freeze to death. ': - 15 czzSz X