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THE RICHMOND PAIiULDlUM AM SUN-TELEGKA3I, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1909.
PAGE FIVE. SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TODAY A lawn party Is being given by Mrs. Walter Richer, 307 Randolph street, v Mrs. Frank Rich is hostess this af ternoon for a meeting of the Happy Hour club at her home north of the city.'.;-' . The Woman's Relief Corps is meet ing this afternoon in its room at the courthouse. The Missionary Circle of the Uni. versalist church is meeting with Mrs. Trite at her home on Sheridan street. A lawn fete will be given this even ing by th Luther leajrue of Trlnitv Lutheran church at 217 South Sixth street. "The public is Invited. The East End Aid society of the First Christian church will picnic this evening at Glen Miller park. Lady Maccabees are meeting this af ternoon in the Odd Fellows hall. ' J J & Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Overman ce'.e crated their twentieth wedding aanl versary last evening at their home, 210 North Nineteenth street. Sweet p?a una nasturtiums were ured In decorat ing the various rooms m an attractive manner. A pleasant nodal time enjoyed by all. The hort and hostess H'ceived a number of beautiful pioccs of, china. Refreshments were served Thcte In attendance were Mrs. BooU vaJter and daughter. Miss Esther r.xUwfclter of New Madison, Ohio, Mr. aDd Mrs. 0. L. Locfbourrow aud daughter. Miss Lucile Loofbourrcvr. MUc blbyl and Masters Donald and L'dgar Lcofbourrow of New Madison, Ohio, Miss Jessie Fulghum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fetta and daughter, Rav. Robert H. Dunaway, Mr. and Mrs Mumbower and daughter Miss Rmh Mumboner, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oterman. J J Jt Mr. and Mrs. Chariot Arrowsmith entertained several guests to dlnn?r last evening at their heme on South Seventh street. . J J Jl ': The folowlng young ladles of Knol 1 en berg's store formed an automobile party to Centervllle, Cambridge City aad New Castle last evening: M'sa .ura Morrison, Miss Ethel Marlatt, Mfes May Griffin and R'isa Elizabeth Rosa. J J Jl. ......... . Mr. and Mrs. Louis II. Posther were plat antly surprised last evening by a number of their , neighbors and frieu'ls at their home on North Ninth street. Mr. and Mrs. Po&tner have Just recotly been married and the affair was in the nature of a kitchen show er. A number of pretty pieces of granite ware and aluminum were re ceived by the host and hostess. About thirty persons were : In attendance. ?ames and social conversation were features of the evening. An elegant luncheon which had been provided for the guests was served late in the eve ning. . . ' J J J Mrs. Frank Crlchet and daughter Miss -Ruth, will leave Saturday for Logansport where they , will visit for auoui two wee. wun relatives ana friends. J J Miss Bess Cressler of Decatur, 111., is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spencer for a fortnight. ..:;. -ji.-'ji. jt ; Mm. Harley Rohrer and baby of Shirley. Indiana, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Armstrong of North Nine teenth street. ;; ' J ..'Jl Ji Among the numerous picnic parties given 'Wednesday at Glen Miller park was one composed of the following young people: Misses Elsie Hawekot te. Hazel Piper, Maurine and Mary Converse. Marguerite Davis and Mar garet ; Ferguson ; Messrs. Blair Con verse, Frank Schalk. Warren GIfford, Clifford Plummer, May Draper, Les lie Llndstrbm and Clem Ferguson. ..- J JS J" . '. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Stoddard entertained with an informal picnic on Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and1 Mrs. v Lewis G. Reynolds. The guests motored to Charleston Falls, where a dinner was served under the trees. It was a charming affair In every" particular, and was much en Joyed by all present In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Wlckey Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Ausdal. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. HouW, Mrs. Belle Iddings and Dan Bickham. Dayton Dally News. Jl Jl Jl Mr. John F. Robbins has been enter taining Mr. and Mrs. Manning ' of Economy,' at his home on North Tenth street. : ' . Several friends of Miss Lydia Needham called at her home yesterday afternoon and surprised her. The af fair had been planned by the young people to celebrate Miss Needham's fifteenth birthday anniversary. Music and games were features of the after noon. Refreshments were served. Those in the company were: Miss Helen Neal, Miss Mona Porter, Miss Anna Nicholson, Miss Mary Clem ents and Miss Eleanor Gifford. 35 An informal card company , was given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ridenour at their home on the National road east. Euchre was played at three tables. After the game a luncheon was served. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steddom, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sells. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kirkman, Mr. and Mrs. John Pyle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howells and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sells. 3w j4 Mrs. Elizabeth Young and daughter Maggie, returned to their home at. Richmond, after spending several weeks in the city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. WHda Watts. Decatur Dem ocrat. js ji . Miss Ruby Williamson has returned from a visit with relatives at Rich mond. Muncie Star. w 8 An interesting event of Thursday will be the golf match between the Dayton and Richmond teams at the Country club. About 17 guests will be entertained by the Dayton golfers, and it is expected that a large number of the local members will be on hand to see the games. Dayton Daily News. .' ' .. Jl jl Jl Mr. H. Harrington of Indianapolis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Har rington of North Twelfth 6treet. js . j , J Mrs. Charles Soper and ton Mal vern, and Mrs. Mary Soper left yes terday for Cincinnati. From , there they will go to Rising Sun to visit Mrs. John Dowers at the New Riverside hotel. - Jl jl Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stamback and Master Harold Stamback left yester day for a few weeks visit at Oswego and Welling, Kansas. Jl jl jl Mrs. Philip Murray, Mr. Edward Ryan, Mr. Ira Murray and Mr. Earl Miller spent today in Cincinnati. Mrs. Waiter Luring and daughter, Miss Mary Luring, have gone to Ox ford, Ohio, for a few days' visit. t?l jl jl If you are a young girl and wish to be up to date save your pennies to buy a belt buckle in Dutch silver. They are the present aspiration of every girl. They vary from six to eight inches long and three or four wide, are hand somely carved and fashionable. Some are provided with slides, but the ma jority have prongs through which the belting Is drawn. To avoid making the belting ragged where it is pulled through it is well to punch eyelets and overcast them. . Jl Jl Jl Mrs. Sharon Jones r and daughter Miss Anna May, have gone to Pitts burg for a visit. - Jl Jt Jl The following guests were enter tained Tuesday afternoon by Mies Lu cile Bwry, 400 Couth Fourteenth street; Lucile Loofbourrow, Eunice Houflens, Catherine Klute, Mildred Klute. Alta Stevenson, Hazel Steven son, Elizabeth Stevenson, Verna Swis her, Ray Swisher, Howard Swisher, Paul Lyons, Stanley Gchr and Robert Klute. Jl Jl Jl CLUB NOTES There's no Question but that coffee harms most persons. TOSTOM . . ... hot, or iced, is a delicious, nour ishing food drink. " "There's a Reason The Daughters of Rebecca will give a market Saturday. The public is in vited to attend. Jl v Jl . Mrs. Fritz is hostess this afternoon for a meeting of the Missionary circle of the i Universalist church, at her home on Sheridan street. Jl Jl Jt . The monthly meeting of the Wom an's Home and Foreign Missionary society of St. Paul's Lutheran church was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. August Backmeyer. east of the city. Mrs. George Knollenberg assisted by Mrs. Henry Moelk and Mrs. Mary Sittloh had charge of the devotional exercises. An excellent, talk was given by the Rev. Conrad Huber. Miss Elizabeth Winkler read a very pretty poem. Miss Clara Gets gave several musical numbers. . The society has decided to lend its assis tance to one of the home missions in Chicago. Jl Jl Jl . The Esther Fay Card club r-.et yes terday at the home of Mrs. Arthur Hodgin, 217 North Thirteenth street. Euchre was played at several tables. Mrs. Hewitt, Mrs. Adolph Stauber and Mrs. Finch received the favors. The guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Walter Snaveley. Mrs Mary Clingen peel and Mrs. Hiatt of Indianapolis. After the game a luncheon was serv ed. The club meets every two-weeks. ji ji ji '.;-.:.' Members of the Penny club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Holle peter. It was decided to hold an all day picnic Wednesday, August fourth, at the home of Mrs. Andrew Burgess on the Abington pike. . 'JI :'JI JS The Central and West Side Aid so cieties of the First Christian church held a picnic yesterday at Glen Miller park. The affair was most enjoyable. . Jl -V. Jl :S..".JS - The Epworth League of the Fifth Street Methodist church gave a suc cessful social last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Kelly on North Sixth street. During the evening ice cream and cake was served. Jl Jl jl The Sunday school of the United Brethren church held its annual pic nic yesterday afternoon at Glen Mil ler park. In the evening a picnic sup per was served. THE THEATER Cutter Stock Company. The famous Cutter Stock Company, as organized, enlarged and perfected for the present season, greets with grandeur never before dreamed of by any repertoire company producing all royalty productions will appear here all next week, commencing with Mon day evening, July 26th. No manager can surpass this mam moth popular " priced organization, which knows no peer in all the world, and all the odds they ask is an honest count and a truthful reckoning, and with these the management can show that the Cutter company stands alone on the proud! eminence of superiority, reaching out into realms impossible to all others in the repertoire world. The opening play announced for Monday evening is: "The Triumph of Betty," it being a comedy drama brim ful of good dramatic situations with an excellent vein of comedy running throughout. Prices for the week have been placed within the Teach of all, namely: Nights, 10, 20 and 30c Mati nees, 10 and 20c. Usual ladies' free tickets Monday night. , Seats on sale at the box office 9 a. m., Saturday. Glen Miller. The free attraction at Glen Park is now on In full sway being attended by hundreds of people every evening, who have nothing but praise for it! The program is a strong one, having two films of 1,000 feet each and the illustrated song. It requires one hour to put on the entire program. The program is repeated twice every eve ning and is changed (every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The singing of Mrs. Henshaw is good, she having a very fine voice for outdoor singing. This performance begins every even ing at 7:45 and continues for two hours. Delay in taking Foley's Kidney Remedy If you have backache, kidney or bladder trouble, fastens the disease upon you and makes a cure more dif ficult. Commence taking Foley's Kid ney Remedy today and you will soon be well. Why risk a serious malady? A. G. Luken & Co. ENTERTAINS CLUB. Milton, Ind.. July 22. Mra Albert Williams, of Richmond, entertained the Merry Go Round club of this place Tuesday afternoon. The club guests were Mrs. Emmett Crowe of Rich mond, Mrs. Charles Ferguson. The host. Albert Williams, was included among the guests. Favors at cards were awarded to Mrs. O. L. Williams and Mrs. Elwood Beeson. Nice re freshments were served. The hostess, Mrs. Williams, who recently moved from here to Richmond retains her membership witih the club. The next club meeting will be with Mrs. L. H. Warren, at Milton. Moralist Hell is paved with good In tentions. Pollticlun Who was it got the con tract? .liiiW. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. MODJESKA SILVERS III THEJJJTZ CASE Portland Girl, Well Known in Richmond, Placed in The Limelight. ATTACKED BY MRS. LOTZ IS ALLEGED THAT IRATE WOMAN DROVE HER FROM THE OFFICE WHERE SHE WAS EMPLOYED BY THE POLITICIAN. The name of Mis3 Modje6ka Silvers, a Portland, Ind.. young woman, who is well known in Richmond, where she has visited a number of times, has been brought into . the Lotz divorce sensation at Muncie. Miss Silvers formerly was a stenographer in Mr. Lotz's office. She succeeded a Miss Dawson to the position. Miss Daw son was attacked in her employer's office by his wife and an umbrella handle broken over her head by the irate wife. She claimed the woman and her husband had been too good friends. It is alleged that when Miss Silvers was employed the attorney's wife pursued the same tactics finally driving her from the office.- Mis3 Sil vers wa3 one of Portland's most at tractive young women. The case at Muncie is exciting in terest throughout the state. Lotz gained great prominence by his can didacy for the office of attorney gener al on the democratic ticket during the last campaign. He was in Richmond frequently. 1 Asiatic IrHOfCS 4 IHIiuicMellDeinrfles We are headquarters for Hucltlc berries. We ship direct from the growers. The finest that corns to the city. O-EMFXTIXS: Don't ry to mafc angel food uriles you rs Go'.d fedaJ Flour. Belixsa. 3 PER GUT. ON SAVIfJGG fcttlllt TOT I IFMIH1 11 1 o ' V X An event long waited for by tho ohoo loving, people off this community --Tho roatt IVI Mill U1 fl In this great sale, that comes in mid summer of each year, is included every articla of footwear in our two shoe stocks. The sole purpose of our semi-annual sales is to clear up our stock before the arrival of the next season's goods. You always win af a Feltman Shoe Salethat's the reason our two stores are packed from, the opening to the closing day by the people of this vicinity. We want each day's business biccor than tho ones just past. Como in, soo this wonderful stock. Get prices. A Personal Guarantee Given With Each and Every Sole SHOE BARGAINS FOR MEN Hanan &. Sons' and Stetson's $6.00 Shoes, all leathers $4.95 Hanan A Sons' and Stetson's $6.00 Ox fords, Tan, Gun Metal, Calf or Pat ent Colt $3.98 McDonald & Kiley $5.00 Shoes and Oxfords, all leathers .$3.98 Stetson $5.00 Shoes in Gun Metal, Y Calf or Vici Kid $4.45 Feltman's Famous Tramp Last Shoes and Oxfords Dark Tan, Vie!, Black Kid, Calf or, Patent Colt, during sale. .... .$3-45 Positively cures all foot ailments. Men's $4.00 Oxfords, all new styles, Patent Colt, Tans, Gun Metal Calf, Pumps, 3-Eyelet Tie., in fact, all the new creations, during sale $3.25 Men's $4.00 High Shoes, Gun Metal, Calf, Lace or Button, on our Jim Dumps Last, all new Shoes, same style to be worn this Fall, Patent, Tans or Black, this sale, per pair only .......... ...... . $3.45 Dall Band Rubber Boots New, Fresh Goods, dur ing sale - - - 03.25 Shoe Bargains for Boys Boys' Tan Calf Oxfords, $3.50 grade at ............ ...............$2.74 Boys Patent Colt Oxfords, $3.50 grade, (Rugby make) now $2.74 Boys' Tan Calf, Patent or Dull Calf Oxfords, $3.00 grade, during this sale, only $2.33 Boys' $2.50 Oxfords, all colors. Tan, Patent Colt or Wine, during this sale, per pair only ...........$1.98 Boys' $2.00 Oxfords, Patent Colt, Tan or. Dull Calf, during this sale, per pair, only $1.64 Boys' $3.50 Shoes, all leathers, Pat ent Colt, Tan and Calf, during this sale, per pair only $2.89 Boys' $2.50 Shoes, only ........ .$1.98 Boys' $2.00 Shoes, only $1.74 Boys' $1.75 Shoes, only ........$135 Boys' $1.50 Shoes, only , . .$1.34 Boys' Mule Skin Shoes, pair only 98c Men's Work Shoes Men's Work Shoes, Finch Make, $2 grade, this sale only $1.74 . Railroader The best work shoe for outdoor wear, $3.00 grade, sale price, per pair only ...$2.45 Menzie's Easy . Work Shoes, $3.00 grade, sale price, pair only.... $2.70 Suede or (Buck Leather Oxfords), Gren, Blue, Black and Gray colors, $4.00 grade, sale pries per pair en- f ly $2.95 FELTMAN'S SOUTH SIDE STORE Next to Kcsliecberg's Store Queen Quality $4.00 Shoes ......$325 Queen Quslity $3.80 Shoes and Ox fords .$2.95 Queen Quality $3.00 Shoes and Ox fords .....Y$2.45 Utz & Dunn $4.00 and $330 Shoes, Ox fords and Pumps, Tan or Black, sale price, per pair ........$2.95 Ladies Patent Colt Blucher or Pat ent Button with Cloth Top, $3.50 grade, per pair only........... $235 All $3.C0 Oxfords or Pumps ....$2.45 Ail $230 Ladies' Shoes ..........$1.98 All $230 Oxfords $1.98 All $2.00 Shoes and Oxfords. ...$1.64 All $130 Shoes and Oxfords... .$134 Misses' $2.50 Shoes ..$1.98 Misees' $2.00 Shoes ........ $1.65 Misses' $2X0 Oxfords $1.65 Children's Shoes at great reductions. Nettleton's $6.00 Shoes, and Oxfords for Men, Tan or Black, sale price at $3.95 Douglas $4.00 Shoes for Men... .$3.25 Douglas $330 Shoes for Men.... $3.10 Douglas $3.00 Shoes for Men. ..'.$2.69 Hey wood $4.00 Shoes and Oxfords (Heywood Tramp Last) ......$3.45 Feltman's Special Shoes and Oxfords, Tan, Wine or Black, sale price $2.35 Elk Work Shoes (Railroader make) $3.00 grade . $2.45 $2.00 Work Shoes .$1.74 Men's Tennis Oxfords ...55c Boys' Tennis Oxfords ...49c . Youths' Tennis Oxfords 45c Boys' $3.00 Oxfords .L '.....$238 Boys' $2.50 Oxfords ............$1.98 Boys' $2.00 Oxfords ....$1.64 Ball Band Rubber Boots, $3.75 grade, fresh goods, sale price .......$325. No Goods Charged or taken on approval dur ing this sale. . SSice- RaifaiBs For Girls Misses' Tan Pumps with ankle strap, $2.00 grade, now only ...$1.49 Misses' Vici Kid, Tan and Patent Colt Ankls Pumps $1.64 All $130 and $1.75 Misses' Slippers, all colors ....$135 Ten Days of Red Sizz Bcrgdns, July 21 to July 31 Misses' $230 Shoes ..$13S Misses' $2.00 Shoes ...$134 Misses $130 Shoes $134 Misses' $1.75 Shoes .....$13$ One lot of Baby Shoes Patent Tip, Lacs or Button, sixes 24 to 5, per psir ... COME IN AND SEE OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN BOXES.. YOUR SIZE MAY BE AMONG THEM SALE LASTS ONLY - TEN DAYS. Ldies' H.O Patent Celt 0xf:rC3 Traxap Lest cr clcn shape, with basd tercsd soles, sale price, o !? 02.45 Foster Shoes for Ladies hand turn and hand-sewd Welt Shoes.. Not all sizes $5X0 grade, now $23S $4.00 grade, now $245 Foster's $430 Patent Leather Oxfords, ' hand turn soles or hand sewed Welt Soles, during this Hk enly....SX2S Bolton Shoes for Tender Feet Hand sewed Soles, during this sale.. $2.95 Ladies' Patent Colt and Vici Kid Ox fords, hand turn Soles, hand sewed Extension Soles, $330 grade, go at ..... $2J5 STORE CLOSED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SATURDAY We advise everyone to come early, as "the choicest bamains always go first Re member, Sale Positively Lasts but TEN DAYS Beginning July 21st and Ending July 31st, 19097 CIHIAS. HL 72Q mi RMna (L DM