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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AJO) SUIT-TELEGRAM, 3IOXD AT, SEPTE3IBER 87, 1903.
PACC FIVE. p a a GAVE DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph G. Leeds gave a dinner last evening at their apartments In the Wayne Flats. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Stimson, Mr and Mrs. Paul Comstock and Mr. and Mrs. McDonald. TAKE HOR8EBACK RIDE. This afternoon Messrs. Willard Jes sup and Phillip Bobbins, and the Misses Elisabeth Thomas and Affie McVicker will tako a horseback ride to Fountain City, where they will have a dinner at the hotel. MR. HOWARD W. KINSEY. Mr. Howard W. Kinsey, the young basso, who sang the offertory at the First Methodist church Sunday even ing pleased his listeners. Mr. Kinsey has an unusually , good voice. His many friends and the general public will no doubt avail themselves of the opportunity to hear him Wednesday evening when he appears with the Szirkosky entertainment company at the First Christian church. The con cert is under the auspices of the Cen tral aid society of the church. ' Ji JS JS f ' ENTERTAINS WITH A COMPANY. Miss MelieU Stanley entertained with a charming company recently at her home near Boston, in honor of Miss Bessie Beck and Mr. Clifford Beck of Wyatt, Missouri. Games and music were features of the evening. A dainty luncheon in several , courses was served. Favors for the games were presented to Mr. Clarence Parks and Mr. Pleasant Seaney. The guests enjoying the hospitaUty of the hos tess were: Misses Mary Carpenter, Ada Parks, Ethel Miller, Grace Stan ley, Sadie Fottinger of West Elkton, Ohio;" Bessie Beck, : Anna Stanley; Messrs. Clarence Parks, Clifford Beck, Pleasant Seaney, Stanley Beard, John Druley, Jay Stanley, Jesse Park and Walter Stanley. " jl ' jl -TO ATTEND HARVARD. Mr. Harry Costello left Sunday morn ing for Boston, Mass., to attend Har vard, where he la taking a post-graduate course. He was accompanied to Dayton by his aunt, Miss Elma Todd, and Miss Emma I re ton. "'ji j : Jt SZIRKOSKY COMPANY." ' The 'following notice concerning the Ssirkosky ' Entertainment company, which will appear In this city Wednes day evening at the First Christian church Is of interest: The Ssirkosky Entertainment com pany gave their, concert at the Win chester ' Friends church , lut . nf arht It affords me pleasure to commend them to any who. are desirous of a first-class clean and withal an entertainment that has something In It for everybody. Mr. Ssirkosky Is a reader and imper sonator of unusual ability; having that faculty of making his characters live. Mrs. Ssirkosky won the hearts of the people here with her manner and the admiration of all by her . wonderful work with the crayon. We know It is out of the ordinary to laud all equally high, but we must say in truth that Mr. Kinsey Is a soloist of rare ability. The, letter was written by the Rev. William J. Sayres, pastor of the Win chester Friends' church. The Union City Times speak as follows: 1 . . The Ssirkosky entertainment, given at the Christian church last night un der the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. was of a high order and greatly appre ciated by the entire audience. These people are certainly artists In their line and deserve credit. - PRESENTED BY MR. CLAW80N. . Mr. Charles Clawson, a well known local artist, recently presented the Centervllle public schools with a beau tiful landscape. Mr, Clawson is A In Every N Package of Crisp, - Delicious, x Golden-Brown taste There's a Little Book, "TliXXs csie : wKfi Tessces It tells hew Pest Toastles Improves two dozen or mora fa miliar dishes. Pkgs. 10c and 15c . at Grocers. The Memory Lingers" states : Cereet Ce .Ltd , Battle Creek. Mich. EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. promising young artist and has made a number of beautiful paintings. Last week several of - his landscapes were on exhibition at a local shop and they attracted considerable notice. JS JS . . IS IN THE CITY. Miss Marjorie Stigelman of Duluth Minnesota, who has been visiting wlthl friends in Indianapolis, has returned to this city for a few days visit with relatives. WEEK END GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs. George Staats of In- j diana polls were week-end guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Har ris, South Thirteenth street. j j j HAS GONE TO PENNSYLVANIA. Mr. Worth Clark, well known local ly and who has been working in In dianapolis for a Drug, company has gone to the University of Pennsylva nia where he will enter upon his Junior year. Mr. Clark is studying medicine. . i , js J9 - HAVE RETURNED. Mrs. Ellen Fox and Mr. Malcolm Robbing have returned from Green field, Indiana, after a few days' visit Jt . Jf WERE GUESTS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Burr of New Cas tle, Indiana, were guests Sunday of Miss Bess Burr at hef home on South Ninth street. IN HONOR OF MISS MOTT. A kitchen shower was given Satur day afternoon by Miss Lucile Town send and Miss Olive Long in honor of Miss Ruth Mott an October bride. The affair was held at the Townsend home on North Sixteenth street The house was attractively decorated with flow ers; the color scheme, red and white being carried out in all the appoint ments. The bride-elect received a number of pretty gifts. A portion of the afternoon was devoted to needle work! A dainty luncheon was served. The guests were Miss, Blanch Conley, Miss Shelly, Miss Ethel Lockwood, Miss Lucile Polglase, Miss Virginia Graves, Miss Pinnick and Miss Mil dred Schalk. WORTH KNOWING. Whatever your age , may be,-begin now to think of yourself as hi the dawn of new developments. Say to yourself many times a day that you possess more vital "power, more men tal force, more magnetism and charm than ever before in your life. Say also that you are better loved and more fully appreciated for all your virtues and charms than ever before, and that your ability to give and receive happiness is unlimited. Then use moments which you have been accustomed to idle away or to employ In melancholy thoughts. In im proving yourself. Let this improve ment be three-fold, until body and mind and spirit all radiate new bril liancy. Give your mind new thoughts. Give your spirit new aspirations, and feed your brain with some new purpose. Keep up whatever accomplishments you possess; cultivate new ones. Be gin at forty, fifty or sixty even, to study languages and music and art. And instead of continually thinking about advancing age, think about in creasing qualities and charms; instead of worrying over added years, rejoice over added occupations and means of enjoyment Encourage the young to seek your society. Amuse and interest them, and this can only be done by keeping in sympathy with their Ideas. If you find your thoughts running along the line of criticism and dis paraging comparisons of the young people of the day, with those of your own morning time, keep your Ideas to yourself: Do not utter them. ..v Jl." J$ JS ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Park R. Lackey of New York city announce the engage ment of their daughter. Miss Ednah Isabelle McLellan, . to Ralph Brown Knode, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knode of this city, the wedding to take place In October. Indianapolis Star , "'jl ."jg js ' ENTERTAINED AT CLUB HOUSE. Mr. S. S. Strattan Jr., entertained several guests to dinner Saturday ev ening at the Country club house. jS Jt jt ITEMS OF INTEREST. The following items are of interest locally: The marriage of Miss Grace Brad ford and Mr. John A. Thomas occur red Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock at the bride's home. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left on a trip to Richmond and Chica go. They will, reside in this city. Connersville. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Gough attend ed the Yearly Meeting of Friends at Richmond last .week and are now the guests of Mrs. Campbell at Eaton. O. Greenfield. Mrs. Robert W. Phillips of Rich mond Is visiting Mrs. Joseph Hits. Madison. , Mrs. J. A. Rondthaller has as her guest' Mrs. Sarah Addlngton of Rich mond. Anderson. jS ' ' JS ' . OF INTEREST TO THE BRIDE. "Now that the season of the fall wedding is here, friends of the pros pective brides are trying to think of novelties making graceful mirth at the parting, for coarse fun in the way of bombarding with rice does not ob tain in good society. .,- One pretty Idea is to make a let of PHONE 1121 bags of satin, filled with rose petals. which are to be handed around among the guests, and at the right moment the bride is deluged with the fragrant shower. The bags, which may have the bride's monogram and be daintily made, make pretty souvenirs of the occasion, which she will prize. ; J Jit ' ' AUTO PARTY. Dr. and Mrs. Holly of College Cor ner and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holland of 'Cottage Grove came yesterday la their machine to snend the day with Mr. and Mrs. William Eldridge of South Fourteenth street . CLUB NOTES WAYS AND MEANS SOCIETY. An all day meeting of the Ways and Means society of Fifth Street Meth odist church will be held Wednesday at the church. The time will be de voted to needlework. The hours are from nine o'clock to four o'clock. . J js OLIVE BRANCH BIBLE CLASS. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Loufbourrow will entertain the members of the Olive Branch Bible class of First English Lutheran church this evening at their home. 405 South Fourteenth street. Yesterday was a record breaking day for the class as one hundred and thirty-six members at tended the Sabbath school. The class is taught by Mr. E. M. Haas. WANT VEHICLE TAX City Officials Think It Would Greatly Increase City's Revenue. THE PUBLIC IN OPPOSITION An agitation for a vehicle tax is be ing started by members of the demo cratic administration of the city in or. der that the revenue of the city may be increased. It is claimed by thesa city officials that the tax rate of the city might easily be reduced five cents on the hundred dollars assessed valu ation with a vehicle tax. Several attempts have been made by council, present and past to introduce a vehicle tax but each attempt has been unsuccessful. A former candi date tor council was defeated because he championed this tax. Although It meets with the approval of the admin istration, It does not with the publls at large. Owners of bicycles, automobile, buggies and other vehicles, which would be taxed under such an ordi nance, claim that It would be an Injus tice to them. Farmers who are out of the city's Jurisdiction, use the streets considerably for heavy hauling, which is very damaging to them. Other cities, according to word received by Webster Parry, chief controller, have found the vehicle tax a source of reve nue. ' Loet end Found. In the newspaper, ray children, are eleven advertisements, of something lost as against one lonely advertise ment of something found. What does it signify? That finding Is a dozen times rarer than losing, to be sure. Certainly after 2,000 years of the Ser mon on the Mount it Isn't possible that people who find are so much less anx ious to rush Into print than are people who lose. Puck. Headache For Years "I keep Dr. MUes Anti-Pain Pills on hand all the time, and would not think of taking a j'ourney without them, no mat ter how short a distance I am going. 1 have a sister that has had terrible headaches for years, and I coaxed her to try them and they helped her so much, she now keeps them by her all the time. From my own exper ience I cannot praise them enough MRS. LOU M. CHURCHILL, 63 High St., Penacook, N. H. Many persons have headache after any little excitement or ex ertion. They cannot attend church, lectures, entertainments, or ride on trains' without suffer ing. Those who suffer in this way should try Dr. Miles Anti Pain Pills. They give almost instant relief without leaving any disagreeable after-effects, as they do not derange the stomach or bowels; just a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use. Get a package from your drug gist Take it according to direc tions, and if it does not benefit he will return your money. v Murray Theater. i The week of October 4th marks the opening of Richmond's fine new play house, the Murray Theater. It is an evenly balanced bill of high class vau deville that Is announced for the op ening attraction, but the artistic and scenic production 'The Night of the Poets' easily the head liner. Bristol's educated ponies furnish an act of much intelligence and executed by a company of clever equine. Brooks and Carlisle in their comedy sketch entitled 'The Limit" are a bit of the season and their comedy business is worked up to a very natural pitch. Henley Bebken, the mirthful charac ter comedian, in satirical monologue and parodies is given a chance to shine he does. Some excellent mo tion pictures round out a bill strong in every particular. The new building is rapidly nearing completion and everything will be in readiness for the opening. The new house has a seating capacity of ap proximately 800, and the beauty about these 800 seats is the fact that the entire stage may easily be seen from any one seat " "The Climax." The amusement loving public of this city will be gratified to learn that Joseph M. Weber's brilliant New York success "The Climax," by Ed ward Locke, with incidental music by Joseph Carl Brell, is the attraction an nounced at the Gcnnett for Wednes day. The story of the play is said to be refreshing and charming, a wel come departure from the ordinary stories one finds Iv plays. There is no woman with a wicked past no do mestic vows broken. But a story so set off with appealing humor and pret tiness that it finds a responsive chord in the hearts of its auditors. The piece will be presented by a splendid cast of Broadway players. "The Right of Way.' The Fred Block company will pre sent at the Genuett theater next Thursday Eugene W. Presbrey's dra matic version of Sir Gilbert Parker's popular novel; "The Right of Way." Calais' Curious Street. In Calais not far from the landing pier is what 1 known as the fisher quarter. The inhabitants of this part of the town, numbering something like 2.000. form a community of their own and lire quite apart from the rest of Calais. The ycuns people never think of marrying out of their quarter.1 Just In, the heart of this district is a..very narrow street. Its width being about Are feet at most. Tbe curious thing about It is that the bottom room of every bouse. Is quite Isolated from the upper rooms, aud the tenants who wish to go up to the bedrooms have to come out into the street and enter an other doorway, behind which is a flight of steps leading upstairs. Ths Flesh Fly. The housefly ars m;s, but the flesh fly. known as tbe bluebottle, produces living larrne. nhont fifty at a time. Notice F.O.E. Ji Rose City Rerie No. 933 will visit uaV On Wednesday evening. Sept. 2Sy 09jX- Every Eagle be present to take pavtf- in the parade. Meet at the hall :30 p. m., sure. Committee fiTt "Dreg Store Kid" ff$ AMRNMfy si eW JfaV, STATIONERY and ail dw a Ik saew. Ke m m cemapaaeaac : Qinfey Drc3 Stcres, 4t& ataal Klata. onset. Ke dfl m5(DSU(ID The play departs from the book In several respects. Steele and Portu gais are translated from the pages ot the novel to the more realistic atmoe phere of dramatic portrayal with a lifelike vividness that has been pro nounced startling by the critics In the citiea where the piece has been seen. "Mary Jane's Pa." In "Mary Jane's Pa," an idyllic mid west comedy by Edith Ellis, there Is such an exquisite handling of the loves of the human soul as to require a most clever, company to do It justice, and a Henry W, Savage never doea things half way. It Is safe to conclude that the company suportlng Henry E. Dlx ey In this production at the Oennett. Tuesday, October 5th, Is strong and They say that the story of Edith E1-! Tennyson's Enoch Arden. until the ending in "Mary Jane's Pa." is most happy. So amid the pastoral surroundings indicated, one may expect a tale In volving the love of a parent for the child, husband for wife, and lover for sweetheart, well depicted and well act ed. While Mr. Savage is making no blatant announcements, it is said that the conclusion of the second act when a newspaper Is turned from the pres3, is most thrilling. Mr. Savage has always been noted for a mastery of the incidental dra matic spectacle and doubtless, th printing press scene In "Mary Jane's Pa," rivals the football scene of "The College Widow," Maxim's in "The Merry Widow." the theater scene In "The Love Cure." and the military pictures of "The Gay Hussers." Helen Lackaye is Mr. Dlxey's lead ing woman and among the other mem bers of the cast are: Edward Chapman, Gretchen Hart- man, Dorothy Phillips, Franklin Sea bright, John C. King. Hardee Kirk land. Cyril Raymond, Julian Richmond. Lillian Dlx. Tony West, Frank Bixby, Augustin Dally Wilkes, and Maude Earle. ...You Can Buy... SnuppHiles AT OealuisUe&vstte's Drcj Store. Pboae 144$ 4IS Ft h St A NEAT APRON. u used to UMtke this apron, the edges being bound with turkey red. 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