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THE RICHMOND PAUiADIUlI AT SUX-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1909.
fAOE FIVE study Shakespeare's historical playn this season and at yesterday's meeting King John was taken up, the first act , being read. Mrs. J. M. Bulla. Mrs. D W. EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. PHONE 1121 SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR TODAY A bridge whist party is being given at the country club house this after Boon. Mrs. Walter Bates Is hostess for a meeting of the Daughters of the Amer ican Revolution at her home on South Thirteenth street A meeting of the Country club mem bers will be held this evening at the Country club house. The Tuesday evening cotillion class will have its first meeting for the sea son this evening in the Odd Fellows' hall. Members of the Sheepshead club are meeting with Mrs. Edward Klute. Ladies' Aid society of South Eighth Street Friends church is meeting this afternoon at the church. . Ladies' Aid society of United Breth ren church is meeting this afternoon. . A special meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of Reid Memorial church is being held this afternoon with Mrs. A. W. Hempleman of East Main street, ji jl ji MORNING MUSICAL. Tfce program for the opening meet ing of the Music Study club, to be held Wednesday morning at nine-thirty o'clock, in the Starr Piano parlors, is as follows: Duett "Badinage" Mason Mrs. El rod, Mrs. King. "The Day is Gone" M. Lang Mrs. Krueger. "Novelette" Korsakoff Mrs. King. "The Old Man of Dumbree" "The Person of Filey" M. Lang Mesdames Krueger, Krone, Earhart, Longnecker. a. "Prelude" b "Toccatlns" Mason Mrs. Elrod. "Irish Mother's Lullaby M. Lang . , .Miss Colvin. "The Old Person of Skye" "The Old Lady of France" Lang Ladies' Quartette. Also Prof. J. Louis Shenk of Dayton, Ohio, recently returned from studying abroad, has kindly consented to sing a few numbers before the club. Prof. Shenk has a rich dramatic baritone voice, which no doubt the members of the club will greatly enjoy hearing. The program has been, arranged by Mrs. Milton; Elrod; and'!' Mrs. F. W. Krueger. " ft" K 1 A MUSICAL EVENT. Music lovers in this city and vicinity re looking forward with much antici pation to the Oadskl recital, to be giv en In this city Wednesday evening at the Coliseum, under the direction of Loudon Carlton and Mr. Edward Tay lor of Indianapolis. Seats may now be secured at the Starr Piano parlor3. from Mr. Edward Taylor, who has charge of the sale of seats. As this is the first of a series of recitals to be given here this season, it is desired that there be a good attendance. This noted singer will no doubt delight her audience with her program which she presents at this time.' The women who attend will be charmed with the beau tiful appearance Madame will make. Her gowns have ever been the inspi ration of reportorial rhapsody, and It is safe to say that the prima donna's attire at her recital at the Coliseum will share attention with her glorious voice. Commenting upon Mme. Gad ski's tremendous success on the occa sion of her New York recital, the met ropolitan' critics devoted not a little of their space to exptiating on the Gadskl costumes. Note the Evening Sun; . "Empire gowns in mere elephant's breath, dove-wing, any elusive shade you please, might be on view in the boxes. But the star came, comet-like, in a Watteau gown which a woman said was flame color, its quietest noto all gold lace, full of royal bands of same, while a broad black velvet cheek bok, hitched hat to chin with loops pendant to the knees, and a Marsovlan coat ot deepest Imperial purple trailed half across the stage." It must not be thought, however, that the prima donna's raiment absorb ed attention to the exclusion of her singing. ji ji y PLEASANTLY SURPRISED. A pleasant surprise was given Mr. and Mrs. John Schaefer recently at their home, 216 North Nineteenth street. In honor of their wedding an- There's comfort and a Good start for the day In a saucer of Post Toasties Lady Lytton Suffragette Gets 30 Days : f .4 ; yw4 f ',-.; i,-; - ' 1 ; V-f .V t 3$fc, , , v'f;,rl m 1 I vKI -p -. -. . - .. r f d CT the readers for the afternoon. Next I Monday afternoon Miss Susan KeUey j will entertain the club at her home, IS ' North Thirteenth street. Jt jl S ' ENTERTAINMENT A SUCCESS. The entertainment given last even ing at Grace Methodist church by the missionary societies t the four Meth odist churches of this city was very successful. Mrs. V. F. Walker, a mis sionary from China, gave the principal talk of the evening. She spoke in part of the conditions in that country and the work which had been accomplish ed. After the address a musical pro gram was given-. Light refreshments were served. A lanre number of per sons were in attendance. X Jt J WILL GIVE SUPPER. The trustees of the Second Presby terian church will stve a supper on Wednesday evening at the church. The public is cordially invited to at tend. & 0 AID SOCIETY TO MEET. A meeting of the West Richmond Friends' Aid Society will be held on Wednesday afternoon at one-thirty o'clock in Earlham hall. All members are urged to be present. LOCAL DEMOCRATS RECEIVE LETTERS Setting Forth the Views of W. J. Bryan on the Tariff. FOUR SUGGESTIONS MADE BY THE -GREAT COMMONER" AS A RELIEF FOR THE PRESENT TARIFF SITUATION, AS HE SEES IT. PROVEN ECZEMA CURE. A Trial Bottle of Oil of Wintergreen Compound Is Offered at 25 Cents. Lady Constance Lytton, daughter-in-law of the first Earl Lytton, known to Americans as "Owen Meredith," the author of "Lucille," who was arrested and imprisoned following a suffregist demonstration against the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, in company with Mrs. H. N. Brailsford. who is the wife of an editorial writer of the Daily News, of London. Lady Lytton's husband, as well as being the son of ' Owen Meredith," is the grandson of Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton, the noted author of "Rienzi," "The Last Days of Pompeii" and "The Last of the Barons." Lady Lytton was sentenced to jail for 30 days. nlversary. Several presents were re ceived. Mr. Arthur Denny gave a very charming musical program. Re freshments were served. Those in at tendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Muegle, Mr. and Mrs. John Goehner, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loehr, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heithaus, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schater, Misses Erma Loehr, Viola Cutter, Irene Schafer, Ethel Heithaus, Vesta and Colllen Muegle, Mr. Frank Elliott, Mr. Carl Voss and Master Clifford Schaf er. 35 JS With cream and sugar For fcresSdcst. Crbp, sweet, bits Made of white corn. "ine memory Lingers ARE IN THE CITY. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gilchrist who have been spending the summer in Bay View, Mich., are in the city for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones. J J J OF LOCAL INTEREST. The following Washington dispatch in the Indianapolis News is of Inter est: General and Mrs. William W. Dud ley, formerly of Indianapolis, have sent out invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Edith Finch, to Lieutenant Claude Thummel, U. S. A. Saturday evening, October 30, at St. Margaret's church, in this city. A reception will follow at the Dudley home. Lieutenant Thummel and his bride will be at home after Decem ber 15, at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. Jt J j SIX O'CLOCK DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell gave a six o'clock dinner recently in hon or of the following persons who will leave soon for Nashville, Tenn.: Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell. Miss Josephine Campbell. Mr. F. G. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. John Gottschall. Other in vited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earn est Cooley, Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Campbell, Miss Nellie Davenport, Mr. Ray Cooley, Mr. Paul Ellis and Mr. Jesse Phelps. 3 J JM OF INTEREST. Mrs. Ralph K. Polk of Indianapolis, formerly Miss Grace Porterfield of this city will sing "A Song of Four Seasons," by B. Luard Selby, (a) "Yesterday Spross (b) "Forest Song". . . . . ... Whetley at the first regular meeting of the Matinee Musicale to be held at the Propyleum Wednesday, October twen tieth. J J J WILL GIVE HAY RIDE. The Kappa Alpha Phi " fraternity will giro a hay "ride Friday evening. October twenty-ninth in celebration of Hallow 'een. ?4 TO GIVE DANCE. A number of the young people of this city are arranging for a dancing party to be given in the Pythian tem ple early in November. jt jt M A GUEST HERE. Mrs. Coffman of Indianapolis Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Kelly, of South Fourteenth street for a few days. Jt Jt j CLUB NOTES MAGAZINE CLUB. At the opening meeting of the Mag azine club, held yesterday at the home of Mrs. E. G. Hibberd, on North Ninth street, Mrs. J. H. Kinsey was appoint ed to fill the place of secretary until Miss Lillian Paige was able to resume her official duties. Several other bus iness matters were discussed. Mrs. Warren Gifford read an interesting story. Reminiscences of the summer vacation were told by each merabrr. The program was a most entertaining and enjoyable one. Mrs. Erie Rey nolds will entertain the club next Mon day afternoon at her home on Ea?l Main street. Jt jt Jt CRITERION CLUB. The first meeting of the season for the Criterion club was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Thom as Jessup on South Eighth street. At this meeting "President's Day" was celebrated. At the opening of the ses sion favorite quotations were Riven bv membvrs, followed by the president's greeting from Mrs. Charles Grose, stories concerning the summer vaca tion were given by the members. A book review and general discussion fol lowed. As is the u?iial custom at the opening meeting, a luncheon was serv ed. Mrs. Harry Penny will entertain the club Monday afternoon, October twenty-fifth. J J jt GOOD CHEER CLUB. Mrs. Charles Smith will entertain the Good Cheer club Wednesday af ternoon at her home north of the city. A good attendance of members is desired as important business mat ters will be discussed at this time. js jt jt . TICKNOR CLUB. A pleasant meeting of the Ticknor club was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. B. Grosvenor. on tha National Road, west- .The club will By a special arrangement with the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, the druggists of Richmond can at present offer the D. D. D. Prescription for ec zema in a special trial bottle at one quarter of its usual price. This oil of wintergreen compound will surely convince the most skeptical. WitL the first application you will get instant relief from the itch and soon you will see signs of cure. No matter how many salves and oth er so-called skin remedies have failed, this oil of wintergreen liquid (unlike salves) will pnetrate to the inner skin, killing the eczema germs. Will you not on our special recommenda tion call at your drag store? ani get a 25 cent trial bottle of D. D. D. Prescription. DECIDE FINE POINT Does Insurance Life Policy Cover Death by Hang ing. , Democrats in Richmond and through out Indiana are receiving the foliowius letter setting forth the views of W. J. Bryan on the tariff: "The tariff has been forced into the foreground by the bold and brutal be trayal of the people by the republican leaders. The Aldrich law. in spite of its indorsement by the president, has aroused a widespread revolt anion ; the rank and file of the republican party. While a few democratic sena tors and members of the house violat ed some of the pledges made to the people in the Denver platform and vot ed with the Aldrich and Cannon repub licans, the constituents of the betray ers of a public trust are calling them to account in no uncertain tones. "Now is the time for Democrats to throw their influence into the contest and assist in establishing that great democratic principle of 'equal rights 10 all and special privileges to none.' Both through the Commoner and on the stump. Mr. Bryan is urging the people to announce certain principles with an emphasis that will settle these ques tions for a generation. "1. That political platforms are binding. "2. That tariff laws should be levied for the purpose of raising revenue and not for the purpose of distributing pro tection among special interest?. ",'i. The popular election of senators and "4. The adoption of the income tax amendment. "All congressional candidates should be pledged to these principles and all state legislative candidates should be pledged to the income tax amendment." Anty Drudge Tells How to be Rid of the Smell. Miss Chirp "Say, Anty, do you notice that odor ? I'v just had this waist washed and the laundry soap has made it smell horrid !" Anty Drudge "Yes, dear! No one without a cold could fail to notice it. But why don't you have your clothes washed with Fels-Naptha? It will leave them sweet and fresh wi' hout any odor. And they'll be cleaner and wear longer than if washed in the old, washboil er way." SUPREME COURT TO ACT Washington, Oct. 19. The supreme court of the United States yesterday announced its determination to review the findings of the lower courts in the case of McCue versus the North western Mutual Life Insurance com pany. This case involves the question as to whether the ordinary life insur ance policy insures against hanging under sentence of the law. McCue is one of the heirs of the late Mayor Mc Cue, of Charlottesville, Va., who was hanged a few years ago on the charge of murdering his wife. The insur ance company refused to make pay ment on the policy amounting to $15, 000. The United States circuit court for the western district of Virginia de cided in favor of the company, hold ing that death on the gallows was not one of the risks against which McCue was insured, but the court of appeals for the Fourth circuit reversed the finding and held in favor of the McCue policy. The supreme court will go over the entire record and decide the case upon its merits. Now You Need Not Suffer From Catarrh Frightful Fate Averted. "I would have been a cripple for life, from a terrible cut on my knee cap," writes Frank Disberry, Kelliher, Minn, "without Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which soon cured me." Infalli ble for wounds, cuts and bruises, it soon cures Burns, Scalds, Old Sores, Boils, Skin Eruptions. World's best for Piles. 25c. at A. G. Luken & Co. Some Reparta. We beard this one at a garage yes terday: "You're a bum driver." says one chauffeur. "Say," says the other, "what I know about automobiles would fill a libra ry." "Yes. and what you don't know about 'era would fill a morgue." Cleveland Todr. ANNOUNCEMENT, SEWING CLASS. Miss Ada Gause will reopen her Sewing Class, Oct. 25, in Kelly Block. In meantime address 1226 Main St. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our thanks to our relatives and friends for the floral offerings and sympathy shown us in loss of our beloved son, Howard. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Walters and Son. Make a free will offerina. Tag Day, next Thursday. tf THE LATEST CRAZE At Nicholson's Pierced Art Brass Ootfit From $151 to $2.56 Also a Large Assortment ol Extra DESIGNS Nicholson's. 729 Uia St. (From Vienna Abdenpost.) At the recent convention held by th3 Physicians and Surgeons ot Vienna, many present being men well known in the profession, one topic of interest that brought about much discussion was that of catarrh, its rapid increase and results. Prof. Herman Von Schelt. a well known general practitioner, surprised those present with his experience with the disease, for a disease it is. He stated that in the past two years he has been able, through the use of a simple drug called vintox. to treat successfully almost every case that came under his care. It seems that this vintox, according to Prof. Von Schelt, has already found its way to America and can be bought in any drug store. "Every sufferer of catarrh." says the doctor, "can readily obtain relief from two ounces of vintox dissolved in a pint of water. Just gargle a little 4 or five times a day and pour some in the palm of the hand and snuff it up the nose." iorm Do your clothes have an odor when they come from the wash ? No if you wash with Fels-Naptha. Yes if you use ordinary laundry soap or washing powders. If you could see what goes into the ordinary soaps and powders, you would understand why they leave the clothes yel low and ill-smelling. If you could see the pure materials that i a basis for Fels-Naptha you would know why it makes your clothes white and sweet, free from all odors. Compare clothes washed with Fels-Naptha in cold or lukewarm water with clothes on which ordinary laundry soaps and powders have been used. No other soap is anything like Fels-Naptha in results. Be sure to use Fels-Naptha the Fels-Naptha way, in cold or lukewarm water no boiling. Get a supply from your grocer. Look for the red and green wrapper. Tag Day, Oct. 21st. tf ... BE OP-TO-MTE Your swell new fall hat and elegant gown with gloves and boots to match would look very swagger indeed wars It not that the effect Is spoiled by those old fashioned and unbecom ing eye-glasses. A pair of UP-TO-DATE eye-glasses with the NEW TORIC LENSES would remedy the defect. W arc quali fied to properly adjust them. . Hiss C. 11. Sveitzer Optometrist Licensed by State Examination. 927'j MAIN STREET. PHONE 10. THE DELINEATOR THE FASHION AUTHORITY OF THE WORLD Five different Editions French German Spanish Enfush American In Paris Berlin London America The Delineator is the One Absolute Authority on Stylo The November issue, nov cn sale, shows over 200 Illustrations of the very latest Fashion Creations, conceptioea ol the world's greatest authorities. In the American Edition the Paris Letter, the New York Letter, and the Letter of Mrs. Simcox (New York's greatest dressmaker) give you fashion's latest word. 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