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fHE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1909.
PAGE FIVE. seel fMMH Worth Double mkmMM A number of young women have ar ranged for a dancing party to be given this evening in the pavilion at Jack ten's park. About thirty couples have been invited. Professor Jesse Wood and Professor Hicks will furnish the dance music. A partial list of the invited guests is: Misses Esther Hill, Kiturah Parsons, Ellen Swain, Nellie Morrow, Bessie Jones, Earla Roney, Dr. Leeds, Mary Jay, Katherine Gift, Hazel Thomas, Elsie Felt of Green field, Ind., Marguerite Rush, Ina Claw MB, Ethel Thomas, Dessie Swihart, of Baton, Ohio. Elizabeth Thomas, Hilda Shute, Ruth Gilchrist, Laura Hoover, Alida Swain, Mary Wilson Etta Jones, Grace Smith and Electa Henley; Messrs. Myron Hill, Rue Barton, Karl Plerson, Leroy Lacey, Brock Fagan, Harry Kates. Maurice White, Charles Clawson, Russell Heitbrink. Orbra Decker. Ray Cornell, Clifford Price, Rush Bowman, Howard Kamp, H. J. Hanes and Ralph Guyer, Dr. R. D. Morrow, Dr.- Martin, -Mr. McWhinney, Dr. Turner, Professor Torrence, Dr. and Mrs. Dykeman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Warfel and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Meyers. j Jl Mrs. Charles Flske and daughter, Miss Alice Flske of Philadelphia, are guests at the residence of Mr. James Van Dusen, 206 North Thirteenth street K The following invitations were re ceived today by local friends: "Mr and Mrs! Will E. Koft invite you to, be, present -at the marriage of Ruth Riley Ensminger to Mr. Robert Philip Shaw on Saturday evening, September the eleventh, nineteen hundred , and nine, at eight-thirty o'clock, 3705 Bast Ninth street, Kan sas City, Missouri." 1 Mrs. Herbert Fledderjohn and Mies Katherine Ensminger, sisters of the bride, have gone to Kansas City to at tend the wedding. Miss Ruth has a Ciarge circle of friends in this city, hav ing visited here a number of times. J J J , A garden party was given last even ing by Miss Ruby Wilson at her home on , South Fourteenth street . compli mentary to Miss Anna Ross. The lawn was beautifully decorated . with Japanese . lanterns. Garden flowers ami marguerites were used in emibel llahinf h house, 7 Supper was served at small tables placed on the lawn. Bouquets of , marguerites formed cen terpieces for the tables. The place cards were - dainty designs done in water colors. ' The guests were: Miss Marjorie PenneH, Mrs. E. J. Dykeman, ' Miss Ruth : Masbmeyer, Miss Anna Harrington, Misses Bessie and Etta Jones, Miss Elsie Beeler and Miss Bessie Thompson. . J J Mrs. William C. Jones was pleasant ly surprised yesterday by the mem bers of the Crescent Sewing circle, the Banner Social and a few invited guests, The function was given to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Jones. The guests came with well filled baskets and during the after noon an elegant luncheon was served. A part of the time was spent socially and with various games. The affair was greatly enjoyed by all. j j j Miss Anna Symons returned yester day from an outing in Northern Mich igan. M3ss Mable Hasemeler entertained with a dinner party Thursday In hon or of Miss Elsie Felt of Greenfield, Ind., who Is the guest of Miss Hazel Thomas. . Jt Jl J A merry crowd of young people made up a hay ride party last evening. The guests bidden were Misses Clara Moser, Leota Springer, Grace Miller, IT WORKS The Laborer Eats Food that Would Wreck an Office Man. Men who are actively engaged at hard work can sometimes eat food that would wreck a man who is more closely confined. This Is illustrated in the following story: "I was for 12 years clerk in a store worklng actlvely and drank coffee all the time without much trouble until after I entered the telegraph service. "There I got very little exercise and drinking strong coffee, my nerves grew unsteady and my stomach got weak and I was soon a very sick man. I quit meat and tobacco and in fact I stopped eating everything which 1 thought might affect me except coffee but still my condition grew worse and I was all but a wreck. "I finally quit coffee and commenced to use Postum a few years ago and I am speaking the truth when I say. my condition commenced to improve im mediately and today I am well and can eat anything I want without any bad effects, all due to shifting from coffee to Postum. "I told my wife today I believed I could digest a brick if I had a cup of Postum to go with it. "We make It according to directions boiling It full 20 minutes and use good rich cream and it is certainly deli clous. Look in pkgs. for a copy of the fam ous little book, "The Road to Well ville." . .,. . , "There's a Reason." Evtr read the above letter? A ne6 one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TODAY A dance will be given this evening at Jackson's park. The Lutheran Home Circle of St. Paul's Lutheran church is meeting this afternoon. Francis Willard W. C. T. U. is meet ing in Rhoda Temple. Mrs. Myer Is hostess for a meeting of the Mary Hill W. C. T. U. this af ternoon at her home on Hunt street. Members of a sewing circle are meeting this afternoon. Hattle Greullch, Hilda Browmen, Al ma Turner, Ruth McKinney, Joseph ine Bennett and Mary Brook. Messrs. Fred Hartman, Andrew Greullch, Ed. Vbgelsong, Harry Hodgin, Walter Otte, Oarl Cutter, Claud Brinker, Dave Hodgin, Elmer Browmen. J J Miss Mable Kuhn of South Thir teenth street, went to Indianapolis to day. This evening she will attend an elaborate social function. Miss fvayomi Fleming has returned home after a month's visit with rela tives and friends in Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Estella Cranor and daughter, Miiss Carrie Cranor of Economy, are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wildmran of Rushville, Ind. w An informal musical was given last evening by Mr. William F. Kloecker at his home on South J street. A num ber of pretty vocal and instrumented numbers made up the program. Those assisting Mr. Kloecker with the pro gram were: Mr. Gordon Graves, Miss Marie Runge, Miss Jessie Mann and Miss Ruth Harris. Among the guests were: Mrs. J. F. Boyd of Car thage, Missouri; Miss Bessie Boyd, Miss Martha Boyd, Miss Agnes Mar tin, Mr. Roy Horton, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Paul iller. Miss Jeannette Von Pein, Miss Jessie Mann,. Miss Hettie Elliott, Misses Marie and Edith Runge, Mi. Gordon Graves, Miss Anna Kloecker, and Miss Ruth Harris. 9l C. Everett Jones of Chicago arrived today from Winona Lake, where he has been spending the summer. While in the city he is the guest of Mrs. Wil liam Wood of Spring Grove. J J J About twenty guests were enter tained last evening by Miss Alice Cummins at her home on South Fif teenth street. The affair was In the nature of a dance. The house was attractively decorated with flowers, the color scheme pink and white being carried out in all the embellishments. The invited guests were: Misses Ruth Kohlstedt, Mable John, Ruth Hartley, Mildred Lamb, Rita Harvey, Hilda Marlatt and Lorlne Wissler. Messr.3. Reginald Smith, Carl Skinner, Harry Kohlstedt, Allen and Willard Jay, Ray mond Smith, Frank Medsker and Percy and Clyde Smith. J js- J Miss Helen Kolp of Iowa, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Klopp. was honor guest at a tally-ho party and dance given last evening by Miss Elsie Thomas and Miss Lena Weis brod. Miss Cora Marsh of Indianapo lis, who is the guest of Miss Alice Kamp, was also a member of the party. Upon returning from a drive to New Paris, the company went to the home of Miss Weisbrod and enjoy ed dancing until a late hour. A dain ty luncheon in several courses was served. J J J A corn bake was a feature of Thurs day's social schedule. The function was given by Dr. and Mrs. Fred Price at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price, west of the city. Green corn was roasted in the large camp fire. There were about twenty-five persons in the party. J J J A dinner party was given last even ing at the Country club house by Mr. and Mrs. Omar Hollingsworth, in hon or of Mrs. Rose of Nashville, Tennes see. The guests were: Mrs. S. E. Swayne, Mt. and Mrs. Henry Gennett, Mr. and Mrs. James Carr. Mr,, and Mrs. John Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Carr, Mr. Willard Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gennett. jl j . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gennett are hav ing a house party this week at the Robinson Bungalow on the New Paris pike. The party Includes Misses Alice Hill and Edith Moore. Last evening they entertained the following guests: Misses Rose Gennett, Agnes Twigg and Fannie Jones. Messrs. Harry Lontt, Norman Craighead and George Bayer. j o . A whist party was given last even ing by Miss Blanch Luken at her home on East Main street, in honor of Mi3s Loretta Turner of Brazil, Ind. The game was played at five tables. Mi- Anna Harrington and Miss Agnes Grothaus won the favors. Luncheon was served at the close of the affair. et The following item Is of local inter est to friends in this city: A wedding of interest to Indianapo lis friends took place at 12 o'clock Wednesday in Wilmington. O., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MSars, when their daughter, Miss Mary E. Mlars. became the bride of Arthur O. Harold, of this city. . The ceremony was wit nessed by the members of the two fam ilies. The attendants were the maid of honor. Miss Eva Babb of Xenia, O.. and best man. Dr. Frank Harold of Richmond, Ind. The young couple PHONE 1121 stood in front of an embankment of palms, studded with summer flowers. After the ceremony there was a wed ding breakfast. The bride wore a beautiful princess gown of pearl gray satin, trimmed with point lace and she carried bride roses. Miss Babb wore a white silk mull gown, made in prin cess fashion and carried pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Harold left for a trip to Mackinac Island and the lakes and will be at home In Indianapolis after October 20. at 1702 College avenue. Among those from this city who were guests at the wedding were Dr. and Mrs. N. Harold, uncle and aunt of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hunt. Indianapolis Star. Mrs. Hattie Buffkln, Miss Marorjie Buffkin and Mr. Roy Buffkin have re turned from Seattle. Washington. CLUB NOTES A meeting of the Woman's Mission ary society of the Third Methodist church, was held yesterday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. A. H. Kenna was one of the hostesses. j& The Ladies' Aid society of the First English Lutheran church met yester day afternoon in the church parlors. As is the usual custom the time was devoted to needlework. 8 A number of the Country club mem bers enjoyed an afternoon at bridge Thursday. The game was played at six tables Miss Juliet Swayne won the favor. Among those in attend ance were: Mrs. Byram Robbins, Mrs. Rudolph Leeds, Mrs. John Nicholson, Mrs. John Lontz, Mrs. James Carr, Mrs. Omar Hollingsworth. Mrs. S. E. Swayne, Miss Laura Johnson, Miss Edna Johnson, Miss Juliet Swayne, Mrs. Henry Gennett, Miss Elizabeth Comstock and Mrs. Robert Study. J Jt JA The Ladies' Aid society of Reid Me morial Hospital was entertained yes terday afternoon by Mrs. M. O. Price at her home on the National Road, west. During the early part of the afternoon a business session was held. At the next meeting of the society the date for "Hospital Day" will be de cided. 4 Arrangements were made for the entertaining of delegates to the dis trict convention, at yesterday's meet ing of the Woman's Relief Corps. The Daughters of Rebekah will serve the meals. The date of the convention is October twenty-first It will be held in the Odd Fellows' hall. j Mrs. Roy Taylor was hostess for the first meeting of a newly organized card club yesterday afternoon at her home on South Fourth street. Euchre was played at two tables. Mrs. Tay lor and Mrs. Korvls were given the fa vors. The members are: Mrs. George Reid, Mrs. Walter Snaveley, Mrs. Ma son Byer, Mrs. Flagg, Mrs. Korvls, Mrs. Roy Taylor, Mrs. Alfred Collett and Mrs. Roy Norris. In two weeks Mrs. Korvls will entertain the club at her home on South Fourth street. j J J The members of the Eureka card club were pleasantly entertained last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Meyer3 at their home on Laurel street. Eu chre was played at four tables. Mrs. John Hewitt, Mr. Harmon Wierhak, Mr. Geoge Reid and Mr. Adolph Stau ber won the favors. After the game a luncheon' in several courses was serv ed. Mr. and Mrs. John Hewitt will entertain the club in two weeks at their home on Sheridan street. . J JS The Keramic League will meet Sat urday afternoon at three-thirty o'clock at the home of Miss Bessie Whitridge, 105 South Eighth street. Night On Bald Mountain. On a lonely night Alex. Benton of Fort Edward. N. Y., climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor, tortured by Asthma, bent on curing him with Dr. King's New Discovery, that had cured himself of asthma. This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor. Later It cured his son's wife of a severe lung trouble. Millions believe Its the great est Throat and Lung cure on Earth. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured by it. Best for Hay Fever, Grip and Whoop ing Cough. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot tle free. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co. An aristocratic papa, on being re quested by a rich and vulgar young fellow for permission to marry "one of bis girls," gave this rather crushing reply: "Certainly. Which would you pre fer, the nurse maid or the coot?' London Chronicle. GIRLS WANTED. Wanted Two experienced girls at the Eldorado Laundry, 18 N. 9th. 3-3t WANTED Two experienced girls at the Eldorado Laundry, IS N. 9th- 3-3t The rosk of Gibraltar rises 1.430 feet from the sea. Try an Egg frappe at Price's; they are refreshing and nourishing. Fall hats now on display at Mrs. Brower's, 538 Main St. 2-2t IN THE MORNING Why Do Without? Why Borrow? Why Spend Monoy for Repairs ? Why Carry an Unsightly Wornout Umbrolla ? Attend the Boston Store's sensational umbrella sale in the morning and be happy. 300 Umbrellas to be sold. For Men, Women and Children Two prices, only 98c and $1.23. Every piece worth double. H. C. HASEMEIER CO. THE SCRAP BOOK Righteous Indignation. White patrolling his beat iu the small hours of a recent morning a Pittsburg policeman beheld a suspicious looking little figure shuffling along in the shad ows, bearing a large bundle. "Look here!" said the officer, halting the wanderer. "Where are yez goin' at this hour, an' what 've yez got there?" "Me go home." was the short reply. "Where did yez come from ?" "Nort 'lghland," grunted the little chap. "North iv Ireland? Indade an yes did not!" declared the officer. "What is yer name?" "Tara Makata." "What!" yelled the officer, now thor oughly aroused. "D'ye dare t stan' there an' try t' kid me? Come along an' talk V th cap'n." Just at that moment a well dressed couple arrived on the scene. "Why, It Is our Japanese servant!" exclaimed the woman. "He is carry ing home our fancy dress costumes." she explained. "He is all right, offi cer." "Oh, he's all right!" said the officer, releasing him reluctantly. "Well, thin, what th' dlvvle does be mane be tell In' me he's from th' north Iv Ireland an' his name is Terry McCarty?" Service. The sweetest lives are those to duty wed. Whose deeds, both great and small. Are close knit strands of an unbroken thread. Where love ennobles all. The world may sound no trumpet, ring no bells; The book of life the shining- record tells. Thy love shall chant its own beatitudes. After its own life working-. A child's kiss Set on thy singing lips shall make thee glad ; A sick man helped by thee shall make thee strong; Thou shalt be served thyself by every sense Of service which thou renderest. Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Avoiding the Rush. A Mormon wife,, coming downstairs one morning, met the physician who was attending her husband. "Is he very ill?" she asked anx iously. "He is," replied the physician. "I fear that the end is not far off." "Do you think," she asked hesitat ingly "do you think it proper that I should be at bis bedside during his last moments?" "Yes. But I advise you to hurry, madam. The best places are already being taken." The Judge's Interruption. Marriages in Springfield. III., up to the time of Lincoln's own wedding had been rather informal affairs. His was one of the very first, if not the first, ever performed with the full Episcopal serviee. Among the bride groom's friends who gathered in the church was Thomas C. Browne, one of the justices- of tbe supreme court. Judge Browne was an "old timer." He had. been on the bench from the very beginning, a quaint, rough, curious character. lie stood close beside Lin coln during tbe marriage. Old Tarson Dressar. in his canonical robes, was performing the ceremony in an exceedingly solemn and impressive manner. He handed tbe ring to Lin coln, who placed it npon the bride's finger and repeated the formula. "With this ring I thee wed; with all my worldly goods I thee endow." This struck the old judge as non sense, and he cried exit loudly enough to be beard by every one: "Good gracious, Lincoln, the statute fixes all that!" The unexpected Interruption and Its utter absurdity completely upset the old parson, who bad a keen sense of tbe ridiculous, and it was some min utes before he could proceed. Held Up. "A friend of mine." aid an auto mobile expert, "was doln some rather tall speeding one suoim-r on a road that had a toilgate every five miles r so. ily friend was In a great hur ry, lie was trj-ins. on a heavy wager, to break a record, bcaco it angered him when he came to a closed gate to see the tollkeepfr continue reading his paper and make no effort to let the car through. Xow. then, mj man. hnrry up and open the mt?r shouted my friend. Are yon a3l-e;t f --re?" Tou"re No. 7t4B. ain't yeT said the gatekeeper wirhout rising from his chair. t!i's rt.it, Horxi car " Dli." there's lots of 'timer 'said the gatekeeper. 'You ain't due here yet for eighteen minutes, accordln' to what the last gatekeeper has Just tele phoned me.' " Disinterested Kindness. Treat people kindly, calculating to gala by their gratitude, and yon will not receive the slightest remuneration for your so called kindness, but treat them kindly without any thought of gain and you will hare both gratitude and profit. Rnskln. A company of Greeks is establish ing in California a dairy and factory j at which the milk of eight thousand sheep is to be made into a special kind of sheese. Get a box of Price's Chocolates; they handle the best PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. LITTLE GIRL'S DRESS. Plain blue cotton was used for this lit tle dress and the trimming bauds are cut from dotted blue and white mate rial, showing the dots in line. The sleeve is in one piece with a seam on the upper side, covered with a trimming band. A pretty flare is given to the skirt by the four gores set in the back and front. This -pattern is cut in four sixes. , , 8 and 10 years. Size 6 rrquirrs 2t yards of 36 inch material. I'ric of pat tern 418 is 10 cents. No. 418. Name Address Site Fill out blank and send to Pattern Department of this newspaper. 'Drug Store Kid" ATIOWEKY PEjSn STATIONERY Everything the word covert. Bos papers, tablets and all the thingi needed to pot the wririag os the paper. No diflertace what you desire ia correspondence goods, we can picase both eye and pone. Quigley Drug Stores, 4th and Main. SHALE SU If Fimt im mmf Mjlm, Tim wt wi -W - ilwMi mmiht Tt tm mr mmt m mmiMk wtmr .4 tt. i. PURE CIDER VINEGAR WHITE VINEGAR WHOLE SPICES HADLEY BROS. e t FOR GALE 1 I Small traet of lasiel near tkc city saltaMc and eqajpped Z tor garslcislns smel chicken , I raising t W. B. BRADBURY A SON W I 1 anel S.Westeott Block Richmond Lodge Loyal Order ol MOOSE Now Forming Charter Members Accepted, $5.00. "Moose" pay $7.00 a week, sick or accident; $100.00 burial fund. Free medical at tendance for members and fam ily. FINEST CLUB AND LODGE FEATURES. Richmond, Ind. Headquarters, 33-34 Colonial ' Bldg.. Main and 7th Sts. Phone 2175. Solicitors wanted; see Mr. May. Call for beautiful Free Souvenir. Suits .Positively.. $15 Values. NO MORE NO LESS G 710 i? MalnSt 01.25 Excursion 5s Pennsylvania us Cincinnati Next Sunday Train leaves Richmond. 7 a. m. PALLADIUM WANT ADS: PAY. ffi m THEATORIUT.1 (COOKE'S) Friday and Judge Not, Lest A bcanttfal story that Is bonne! te ptei "Borrowed Clothes A comedy plctnre. Theater! Qnartette slnglna . They are Harry C. Sommert, Lessee and Mgr. Phonm 1683. The Maxwell - Hall Stock Co. Tonight: A Descried Bride" Dally Matinees lte. rai,fc. Tbe Matinee AMnslcal Seats on Worth Double JUST RECEIVED! 1,009 Post Cards. All new subjects, made to sell at 2 for 5c and 5c each. . WHILE TIIEY LAST S Son Sc ClemThisllelhwdfe's Brno Store. Phone 1445 415 W. 8th St ? There Is Nothing to Banal t ZWI3SLERS QUAKER DREAD For nale y all grocers 4 DR. L S. CHEN0WETH Dentist. Now on vacation; will be in New W unices in Murray i oeiier mag-, w Oct. 15, Cor. 10th Main Sts. Now Is the time to bay that new watch CHEAP! NOTICE OUR ..IVEJBOIVS.. O.EeDIOTJSlirJ Diamonds Mocsted -Watch Repalrlso- PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. Saturday Ye Be Judged" the fnnnlest ever "Meet Me Tonight In Dream- helna taUceel ahont. neiress c! (he Uz at Satnrday.19n.ns.