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THE RICII3IOND PA IX AD I U 31 AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1909.
PAGE FIVE FOR MISS THOMPSON. One of the most delightful compan ies of the winter season was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. E. J. Dykeman and Miss Marjorie Pennell at the home of the latter on South Nineteenth street, in honor of Miss Bessie Thompson, a bride of next month. The affair was in the nature 'of a kitchen shower. Miss Thompson receiving a number of useful articles. The decorations were appropriate to the Thanksgiving season. An old fashioned spining wheel and other ancient articles of household use were used. Yellow chrysanthemums and candelabra were also utilized exten sively. During the afternoon drive whist was played at several tables. Miss Alice Harvey and Mrs. Clarence Collins were given the favors. A luncheon was served. Those present were: Miss Anna Harrington, Miss Nina Pennell, Mrs. Clarence Col lins, Miss Marie Davis, Mrs. Wick ham Corwin, Misses Elsie and Jesse Beeler, Miss Ruth Mashmeyer, Miss Ruby Wilson, Miss Alice Harvey, Miss Amy llarned and Miss Ethel Lockwood. Several other social affairs will be given in honor of Miss Thomp- 8 . BAUMER-BUSSEN. Mr. Lewis Baumer and Miss Bertha Bussen were quietly married this morning at the St. Andrew'B church. Jl J Jfi THANKSGIVING DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mayhew will entertain with a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday at their home, 814 North D atreet, In honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mayhew and Mr. and Mrs. David L. Bush. jl jl HAS RETURNED. Mrs. James Reeves has returned from Hanover, N. H., where she has been the guest of Professor and Mrs. Jesse Reeves for some time. Jl Jl Jl HAVE RETURNED. Mrs. Wilfred Jessup and two chil dren have returned from an extended visit with friends and relatives at Evansville St. Louis and Nashville, Tenn. jl jl jl FAMILY DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Polk will enter tain with a family dinner Thanksgiv ing day at their pretty home in Green wood. The affair is in honor of Mrs. Minerva Porterfield, mother of Mrs. Polk, and other relatives. Jl Jt Jl A GUEST HERE. Mr. William P. Reeves of Gambier, Ohio, will spend Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. James Reeves. A GUEST HERE. Miss Marie Kaufman, who is attend ing a music school at Cincinnati is in the city for a few days visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kauf man, 209 National avenue. 4?a AFTERNOON DANCE. Mr. J. Walter Steinkamp will give an afternoon dance, Thanksgiving day in the Knights of Columbus hall. The hours are from two until five o'clock. Members of Mr. Steinkamp's dancing lass with invited guests will make up the party. 0 WILL ENTER CONSERVATORY. Miss Moreen Stien of Greenvile, O., who has been the guest of the Misses North of North Eleventh street, will leave Friday for New York City tu enter the Mozart Conservatory of Mu sic. The Misses North will accom pany her as far as Cincinnati. Jl Jl 1 FOR THANKSGIVING. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harris and little daughter. Esther Adele, will go to Car lisle, Indiana, to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Alumbaugh, who was form erly Miss Abbie Harris of this city. Jl Jl jl IS HOME. Miss Ruth Peltz who attends the College of Music in Cincinnati is home Prove it Yourself if you are not certain whether it is coffee that causes headache, restless nights and days of discomfort, stop it for 10 days, and try well-made POSTUH It is made of whole wheat, roast ed by a skillful process, retaining the phosphate of potash (grown in the wheat), which is a natural food for im Ioverished nerves. If you value comfort, health and happiness try Postum made right. 44 There's a Reason POSTUM CEREAL CO., LTD., Battle Creek, Mich. EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. for Thanksgiving, the guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Peltz, North Ninth street. IS VISITING HERE. Mrs. Klscaden of Detroit, Michigan, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Selden White of the Wayne Flats. it! TO INDIANAPOLIS. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kaufman of the Wayne Flats will spend Thanks giving, the guests of Mrs. Kaufman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Aufder heide of Indianapolis. . J J FAMILY REUNION. The Starr family held a reunion re cently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Starr in Boston. The affair was in honor of Dr. Ora Starr of London, England. At mid-day an elegant din ner in several courses was served. Games and music were features of the afternoon's entertainment. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Lon Starr, Mr. and Mrs. Mait Starr, Mrs. Emma Mc Coy, Miss Anna McCoy, Mrs. Anna Starr and Dr. Ora Starr of London, England. jl jl jl THANKSGIVING ENTERTAINMENT. The Young People's Mission Band of St. Paul's Lutheran church will give their annual entertainment on Thanksgiving night at eight o'clock in the chapel. The program follows: Part I. Mite Box Offerings Young People's Mission Band Prayer Dr. Huber Thanksgiving Poem Larcom Miss Lelia Drifmeyer. Anthem "Unto Thee, O God, Do We Give Thanks" M. Watson Male Chorus. Part II. Reading "How John Quit the Farm" Riley Miss Clara Getz. Ladies Chorus Selected Two-Act Comedy, "In Want of a Serv ant." First Scene Mr. and Mrs. Marshall talking it over in the breakfast room. Second Scene Receiving Applicants for the position of Servant Girl. Offering. Violin Solo Selected Miss Marguerite Hasemeier. Part III. "Sweets for the Sweet" Selected ("Part Three" will be rendered in the Candy Kitchen for a small con sideration. All are cordially invited to partake.) MRS. JOHNSON SURPRISED. Mrs. Sarah Johnson was pleasantly surprised recently by a large number of her friends who called at her home in Boston. The time was spent so cially. An oyster supper was served to forty persons. Those composing the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Joha Phenis, Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Over, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pyle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Overholser, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rife, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ovan Short, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Powell, Mrs. Ada Robison, Mrs. Mary Rife, Rife. Mark and Mor ris Pyle, Lester and Grace Phenis, Ruth Lafflin, Iea Parks, lone Robison, Fred and Virgil Overholser, Wm. Ox ier, Everett Overholser and Alison Short. .SI Jl JE GAVE LUNCHEON. A chrysanthemum luncheon of fourteen covers was given yesterday at 1 o'clock by Mrs. George W. Budd at her home on North Alabama street in honor of Mrs. T. Edgar Hamilton, of Greensburg, who is visiting Mrs. Henry Von Grimmenstein on Talbott avenue. The table was prettily adorn ed with white chrysanthemums an-1 ferns. The guests were Mrs. Von Grimmenstein, Mrs. Harry M. Wright, Mrs. Leroy Mansfield, Mrs. Norman Byram, Mrs. McCleary, Mrs. Samuel Brundage, Mrs. Norman S. Byram, Mrs. R. E. Bogert and the Misses May Reisner, Emma Lowry and Edith Rob inson. Today Mrs. Byram will enter tain with a company in honor of Mrs. Hamilton, who will remain in the city until after Thanksgiving. Indianapo lis Star. .1 v" v GIVE A SURPRISE. Mrs. Inez Thomas was given a sur prise at the home of her parents, south of the city. Music and games featured the evening. Light refresh ments were served. Jl Jl THURMAN-HENSHAW. Mr. Lester Thurman and Miss Mar garet Henshaw, daughter of Mrs. Jen nie Henshaw were married at high noon today by the Rev. S. W. Traum of the First Christian church. Jt jt Jl TO SPRINGFIELD. Miss Blanche Sherry will spend a few days with her cousin, Miss Helen McNally, of Springfield, O. v jl j MRS. WALTERS HOSTESS. Mrs. Frank Walters was hostess this afternoon for a meeting of the Wednesday cuh at her home in the McConaha flats. J GAVE DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Davis enter tained with a dinner recently at their home, in West Richmond. The guests were Mr. Eli Cates, Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 1121 Charles Cates, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Dav is of Greensfork, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis of Olive Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harris and family of Silver Point and Mr. Charles Walker. Jt jt CLUB NOTES IVY CLUB MET. A meeting of the Ivy club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cox on South Seventh street. Sheepshead was played at four tables. After the game a luncheon was served. In two weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reed will entertain the club at their home on South Seventeenth street. The mem bers are: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strat tan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arrowsmith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Stev ens. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Coy. and Mr. and Mis. J. A. Reed. .1 jt Jt W. C. T. U. TO MEET. The Mary Hill W. C. T. U. will meet Friday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock with Mrs. James Norris, Wet Fifth street. A full attendance of members is desired. 55 MRS. LONTZ HOSTESS. Mrs. J. M. Lontz will be hostess for a meeting of the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church, Friday af ternoon at two o'clock at her home, 52 South Fifteenth street. tt SHEEPSHEAD CLUB. Members of the Sheepshead club were very pleasantly entertained last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Mason Byer at their home on North A street. The game was played at several tables. Mr. Edward Roser, Mrs. Mason Byer and Mr. E. R. Stover were given the favors. A luncheon followed the game. In two weeks Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Stover will entertain the cluo at their home on South Eighth street. J j j: BILLIKEN CLUB. The Uliken club will not meet Thursday afternoon as is the usual custom. The session has been post poned for two weeks. Mrs. Alfred Col lett will entertain the members at this time. Jt Jt tl MEETING POSTPONED. The Tourist club will not meeting Friday evening. The meeting has been postponed one week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson will entertain the club at this time. j4 5a MISSIONARY MEETING. At the November meeting of the Woman's Home and Foreign Mission ary society of the First Methodit church held at the home of Mrs. W. A. DeWees an interesting program was presented. Miss Ella Luring was the leader for the afternoon. Several pa pers were read. Miss Ora Conrad gave an account of the recent conference held in Marion, Ind. Mrs. L. H. Bun yan also talked on the work of the convention. Mrs. Charles Shera will entertain the December meeting of the society. v jl jl THIMBLE PARTY. A thimble party was given yester day afternoon by the East End Aid so ciety of the First Christian church at the home of Mrs. Belle Harris, South Thirteenth street. Light refreshments were served. The meeting was a so cial session. Jl Jl jl CONGENIAL TWELVE CLUB. A meeting of the Congenial Twelve Whist club was held yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Howard Townsend on North Twentieth street. BADIAIMT HAIR New York Society Women's Hair Matched Only by Parisians. For many years the clever women of Paris have been famed for the magnifi cent beauty of their hair. "Glorious hair," a Virginian calls it: "so raidiant and luxuriant that it not only attracts, but fascinates, and com pels unstinted admiration." But now that the elite of New York, ever anxious to improve their beauty, have learned that Parisian Sage, a re markable and almost marvelous hair nourisher and beautifier. is almost en tirely responsible for the charming hair of the ladies of France, the de mand for it has become enormous. A Philadelphia chemist who analyz ed Parisian Sage, said: "It is the ideal dressing for the hair. The ingredients are so scientifically combined that Par isian Sage is first of all a hair grower, because it surely destroys dandruff germs, and nourishes the hair roots." "Second, it puts life, substance and brilliancy into the hair, which im proves the attractiveness of any one." "Third, it is very delicately scented: is not a particle sticky or greasy, and does not contain one atom of anything that could possibly injure scalp or hair." Parisian Sage is now sold all over America by progressive druggists, and in Richmond by L. H. Fihe. who is glad to guarantee it to eradicate dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp in two weeks or money back. Price . cents. Made in America by Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.. who fill mail orders. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package. SKIN SUFFERERS' DOUBT IS REMOVED. Specialists Are Convinced That Oil of Wintergreen Wash Will Cure. Many eczema sufferers have failed 6o utterlj with salves and other "dis coveries" that even the assuranco ot the best physician or druggist caunct induce them to invest another dollar In any remedy. It is to these discouraged sufferers in particular that we now offer, at on ly 25 cents, a trial size bottle of thv ac cepted standard eczema remedy, a simple wash of oil of wintergreen as compounded in D. D. D. Prescription. The best ekin specialists long ago became convinced that this simple wash offered the only true cure for eczema, and the thousands of cures could not help but convince us also. We confidently hope that with our assurances every sufferer will be will ing to try this D. D. D. remedy, at 25 cents; especially as we know you can prove instantly with the first applica tion that it takes away the itch at once. Conkey Drug Company. Whist was played at three tables. Mrs. George Reid. Mrs. Henry Wick emeyer and Mrs. Edward Cooper won the favors. Mrs. George Reid was the guest of the club, substituting for Mrs. Sol Frankel who hns gone to Cincin nati to spend Thanksgiving. A lunch eon was served after the game. In two weeks Mrs. Jeff Wilson entertains the club. 8 sl COUNTRY CLUB PARTY. A large number of members attend ed the bridge party given yesterday at the Country club house. Miss Ag nes Twigg. Mrs. Maud Jones, Miss Florence McGuire, Mrs. Howard Jones Mrs. Harry Jay and Mrs. Galen Lamb were presented with the favors. The party next week will conclude a series of affairs given under the direction of Mrs. Henry Gennett. AFTERMATH SOCIETY. An interesting meeting of the After math society was held Tuesday after noon with Mrs. Gertrude Hill, at her home on South Eighteenth street. Several excellent papers were present ed. Guest day will be observed De cember seventh. Mrs. N. H. Hutton w ill be hostess for this meeting, jl jt jt ENTERTAINS PENNY CLUB. Mrs. Thomas Br'adfield entertained the members of the Penny club yes terday afternoon at her home on North Eighth street. A report from the annual dinner was presented at this time. The time was spent in dressing dolls for the Christmas treat to tlie poor children. c .st UNION MEETING. The Ladies Aid society and the Mis sionary society of the Reid Memorial Presbyterian church will hold an all day union session, Viday in the j church parlors. The hours are from nine until four o'clock. All are re quested to bo present. Election of of ficers will be held. When you see or hear of "Walter's Buckwheat," see no further. Ask your grocer. He knows it's the best. Individual ice cream turkeys made to order at Price's. 23-2t Plenty of Turkeys, Ducks. Geese and Chickens, dressed or alive, at Schweg man's. Phones 2204-1084. 22-3t Dance, K. of C. Hall, Thanksgiving afternoon, 2 to 5. 24-lt Buy a box of Home Made Candies at the Greek Candy Store and you always get the very best that can be made. ABE MAiTlESTS Tuberculine Method Being Ap plied on Wayne County Dairy Herds. SO FAR RESULTS PLEASE Dr. F. A. Bolser of Xew Castle U engaged in making tuberculin tests in certain dairies in Wayne county. The tests are authorized by the city health department and in many cases re quested by the proprietors of dairies. It is said tiat in many instances the lives of babies have been snuffed out from the use of impure milk and it is to prevent this that the tests are made at frequent intervals. So far as the examination has been conducted no cattle in which there is a trace of the dread disease, have been found. The test will require the greater part of the winter. A FOSTER MEETING Last evening at the meeting of th committee on arrang ments for the Hon. John W. Foster meeting, next Wednesday evening, the speaking place was changed from the coliseum to the Knights of Pythias temple, S South Eighth street. Mr. Foster will j address the public on the subject of 1 "International Peace." He will come here under the auspices of the Com mercial Club. HAVE RETURNED HOME. Harry Williams and sister. Mrs. Louis Kluter have returned from Grand Rapids. Mich., where they were called by the death of Mrs. George Williams. Mrs. Williams is survived by her husband and two daughters, Agnes and Dorothy. SHATTERED ROMANCE Briefly Told by a Wayne Coun- ty Farmer in Marriage Application. BRIEF BUT TO THE POINT A marriage license taken out I terday by a farmer at County C'.er.-v Herry E. Penny's office, court house, contained very explicit answers to all tlie questions contained on the license blank, thus deviating from the ordin ary custom of answering questions by the words "no"' or "yes." He was doubly explicit in answering the ques-1 tlon as to how his first marriage had been dissolved. The man's name is not published for several good reas ons. The application after being fill ed out read as follows: (Q) Has the contracting party been an inmate of any asylum or home for indignant persons within the last five years? (A) He has not. (Q) port a tinue? (A) (Q (A) (Q) If so, is he now able to sun family and likely to so con- He certainly is. Is this his first marriage? It is not. If not, how often has he been married? (A) But once. (Q) Has such prior marriages been dissolved? (A) It has. (Q) (A) 1902. If so. how? ISy desertion and divorce in A NEW YORK CENSUS (American News Service) New York, Nov. 24. This city is be ginning a school census that promises to be epoch-making in American cities. From now on parents must notify the police department when they move their children from one address to an other. It is considered significant that New York city thus commits itself to the principle of a permanent registra tion in the hands of the police, for only two years ago there was a gener al objection to importing from Europa what was then resentfully called "po lice espionage." Mr. Felix M. War burg, of the great banking firm of Kuhn. Loeb & Co and a former com missioner of education, has for years j been working for a permanent police j registration but wants landlords, rath ' er than parents, to be responsible for notifying the police of removals or new-comers in each house. It is expected that this census will ! find many thousand of children illeg ally ab4it from school and possibly a few thousand illegally at work. HE SAW LEE lee Cranor, who formerly resided in this city, is assistant superintendent of a life insurance company with headquarters at Chicago, and is doing well. He was visited by Sheriff Minus Meredith yesterday. Mr. Meredith had taken Earl T. Hall, the insurance embezzler, to Michigan City, Monday, and went on to Chicago to visit Mr. Cranor whom he has known since a boy. FINE ARTS DISPLAY (American News Service) Washington, Nov. 24. One of the main attractions of the World's Fair at Brussels in 1910 will be the Interna tional Exposition of Fine Arts, which will be housed in the halls and galler ies of the Palace of the Jubilee. The exposition will open about May 1 and close about November 13. This coun try will be officially represented. A chimney of concrete block was the use of scaffolding, which repre sents a great economy In the cost. THE ONLY WAY Many Richmond Citizens Have Dis covered It. 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The Four Mullers in a juggl ing act furnish a splendid feature number. They are all artists in the hoop rolling specialty. Happy Jack Gardner puts on his usual high class black face act and he has not lost his voice since his last appearance here. Girdeller and his four dogs furnish a neat act. It is something new. "A Friend from Wall Street Is a little sketch by George M. Cohen and is funny and well put on. Mary Ann Brown in a singing specialty has been well received. The piano on some oc casions is an improvement over a full orchestra. W. R. P. At the Murray. The Murray starts its bill this week with a singing sketch by Miss Edith Earl and company. The staging for this act is attractive and the act well put on and tuneful. The three other acts that follow measure up to the ex cellent opener. W. J. Woods and com pany put on a little sketch entitled "Country Cousins' which is enter taining and splendidly acted. The Two Blue Jays put on a tramp musical act that is well worth seeing, their com edy being contagious. But the real feature of the bill are the wonderful Kessley Marionettes. These inanimate little creatures really appear to have the divine spark of life in their breasts, so life like do they appear. It is truly a wonderful exhibition. W. R. P. ' -Time, Place and Girl.- Written primarily with a strong love story of human interest in view, "The Time, the Place and the Girl" which plays an engagement at the Gennett tonight proved that this, when embellished by fun, catchy songs and pretty girls in vigorous dances, is the most successful play that that prolific trio, Will M. Hough. Frank R. Adams and Jos. E. Howard have turned out. This play broke all records in Chicago, running there 463 consecutive times and has created equally notable records where ever it has appeared. Although the comedy is written to give supremacy over the music, there are ten musical numb ers, including "Thursday is My Jonah Day," "The Waning Honeymoon." "Blow the Smoke Away," "I Don't Like Your Family," "Don't You Tell." "First and Only" and "Dixie I Love You" and "Uncle Sam's Best Girl." HUE EIIIIG BLADDER MISERY. J ZUi ing its cleansing, healmg and strength- ening influence directly upon the or gans and glands affected, and com pletes the cure before you realize it. Your physician, pharmacist, banker or any mercantile agency will tell oi that Paie, Thompson & Pape of Cin cinnati, is a larg and responsible tnel icine concern, thoroughly worthy t-f jour confidence. Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty cent treatment any drug store any where in the world. Vaudeville at Cambridge. Tonight as "The Time, the Place and the tJir!" is to be at the Gennett theater, the big ten act vaudeville company which is appearing there this week, will go to Cambridge City to give a performance at the theater there. It mill cause no small amount of work to transport the entire bill with an electrician and two carpen ters, not forgetting the four dogs which Mr. Girdeller has trained to d such a good act with him. Others on the program are Happy Jack Gardner who is r-n old favorite in Richmond. Castcllat and Hall in a sketch by Geo. M. Cohan, The Four Mullers in a hoo; rolling act. Mary Ann Brown who does some mighty clever imitations, and last, but by no means least. Gard ner and Revere who have one of ths funniest acts ever seen here. Dick Gardner, who by the way is Jack Gard ner's brother, is a true comedian and Miss Revere is pretty, dresses well and acts as a splendid foil. Mrs. Kolp's masquerade dance, K. of P. hall Thanks giving night. Admission 25c. Dance programs. $1.00. 23 3t a U RRAY'S APPAOVED VAUDEVILLE W. J. WOODG la tatc "Country Couoin" MISS EDITH EARL & CO. Presenting Miss Eva Prant In "The Pocket Edition of Elaie Janis." Two other good acts. Motion Pictures. Matinee. 2:30, 10 eta. Evening. 7:45 and 9:00, 10. 15, 20 cts; loge seats 25c. Notice! Our prices for Thanksgiving matinee will be the same as those charged for evening performance. GEM EJETT ALL TG1S WEEK Mattaccs Dally The D2q 92,0(3 Vaudeville SHOW Scat Now Sclllaa Par GEM fJETT TONIGHT The Time, The Piece and The Girl Famous Pannant Win ning Baauty Chorua Prices: 23. 54). 7S. SLM. SJLf ..CO LOS EDM.. Wednesday evenisg. Tfcsrsday acd Satarday nornlog. afternoon and evening. Ladles Admitted Free CHRISTMAS PREPARATIONS should Include everything to make your home delightful and attractive; therefore the bathroom should not be neglected. The health of yourself and family demand that the moat thorough sanitary arrangements should b adopted. See Chas. Johanning concerning the cost of proper lnstal lationa and good fixture.