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THE RICH3IOXD PALLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, DECE3IBER 23, 1909.
PAGE FIVE VISITOR FROM SKI EDITED BY ELIZABETH H THOMAS. PHONE 1121 Appeared Last Night Over Worcester, Mystifying Entire City. THOUSANDS SAW AIRSHIP GLASCOCK-WOOD. A beautiful home wedding was celebrated this morning at nine o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ij. II. Wood on South Seventh street. The bride was her daughter, MIhs Ktith Wood and the groom Mr. Henry Hob son Glascock of Chicago, Illinois. The house was arranged In an at tractive manner with the Christmas colors red and green. In the parlors ropes of cedar and holly were utiliz ed. On the mantles clusters of white carnations and roses were placed. In the second parlor a large white wed ding bell was suspended from the chandelier. The ceremony was performed In the front parlor, an altar having been made between the two windows. Be fore the bank of palms a cathedral candelabra, In which burned white tapers, was placed. This formed a background for the wedding party. The wedding guests were received in the two reception rooms on the north, which were decorated with the crepe paper ribbons, cedar strands and holly. The archway between the parlors was arranged with the white and green strands In the form of a drapery, tied with white ribbons, a white wedding bell was also used in further decoration. Rev. Lievi Pen nington performed the ceremony, the full ring service being used. Miss Lucy White, a student at Earlham college attended the bride. The groom was attended by the bride's brother, Dr. Wyatt S. Wood. The bride was beautiful In her elab orate white satin gown, made prin cess, with a wide girdle fashioned of the satin material trimmed in roset tes. The bodice had a yoke and sleeves of net ornamented with appli que. The sleeves were capped with satin points. She wore a band of pearls in her hair. Her boquet was a large shower one of roses, tied with gauze ribbons. The bridesmaid wore a gown of white silk mull, with a panel of Irish lace down the front. She carried a boquet of blush roses. Mrs. Walter Garver played the Lo hengrin march for the entrance, Mr. I-ieroy Lacey singing "I Love You Truly." and "Oh, Promise Me," be fore the ceremony, aud "How Shall I ove Thee," immediately after. After the ceremony a buffet break fast was served in the dining room. The decorations were red carnations, with green and red crepe ribbons car ried from the chandelier to the win dows and doorways, the chandelier having the holly berries and leaves used in profusion with a red Christ mas bell suspended beneath. In the bow window was hung a large red bell, filled with palms and flowering plants. The table in the center of the room used for the display of the wedding presents which were numer ous and handsome, including objects in cut glass, silver, china and other media, sent from Texas. Missouri, Belvldere and Greensboro, N. C, Chi cago, Indianapolis, Anderson, Middle town, Greenfield, Eaton, Rochdale, Terre Haute and other cities. Mr. and Mrs. Glascock left today for Missouri, where they will visit Mr. Glascock's parents. Later they will take up a residence in Chicago. , The town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. Char les Marvel, Mr. and Mrs. Gurhey Hill. Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Markley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garver. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mather, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mather. Mr. and Mrs. William .1. Hiatt, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Haughton. Mrs. Sarah Crockett, Miss Esther Crockett. Mrs. Hannah D. Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ratlifr, Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Kel eey. Miss Susan. Miss Stella and Miss Albertba Kelsey, Mr., Mather and Mr. Wayland Kelsey, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mather, Miss Irene and Miss Naomi Mather, Mr. Ernest, Mr. Earl and Mr. D. L. Mather, Jr.; Miss Elizabeth and Miss Martha Horney, Mr. Stonehill Keates. Mr. Glenn Whitesell, Mr. Alva Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doan, Misa Barbara Beckman. Mr. Dudley Cox, Mr. and Mrs. William McGrew, Mr. Richard Hoover, Miss Anna Sy monds, Dr. Lee Hoover. Miss Edna Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bellis. Miss Susan Crowell, Rev. and Mrs. W. N. Nelson. Mrs. Ella Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Finley Newlin, Miss Jennie - -L A- - TTTTTTTT HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY How To Stave S3 Oa Con i MeaMelae by Making; It at Home Coug-h medicines, as a rule, are most ,ly syrup. To mako the best syrup, take a pint of Granulated Sugar, ad a H pint warm water, and tir about 2 minutes. Get two and one-half ounces of IMncx (50 cents worth), put it in a clean pint bottle, and ft 11 up with the Granulated Sugar Syrup. This makes R lull pint of unequaled coujrh aiyrtip, for about 6 cents. Keeps perfectly. You couldn't buy as much ready-made couch syrup for $2. SO. This home-made remedy is pleasant to take, and usually stops even the most obstinate cough in twenty-four hours. It is splendid, also, for colds, nrhooplntr couarh. bronchial ailments. Rtc. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. The Suaar Syrup Is an excellent svS- tlva. -The IMnex is the most valuable concentrated compound of Norway White Pine Extract, rich in all the heajlns elements of Norwegian piiif. Be sure to use the real Plnex Itself. Your drtiKS'.st has it or can easily g-et It for you. Strained honer can be used Instead of the syrup, and makes a very fine boney and pine tar cough syrup. I and Miss Anna Moffatt, Mr. John o'clock Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts, Miss Erma Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Dalbey, Mr. and Mrs. Vj,lliam Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirkman. J J Jt SPEND CHRISTMAS HERE. Mrs. J. A. Weller, Mr. Harris Wel- ler and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weller, of Springfield. Ohio, will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirk over Christmas. j J J GUESTS HERE. Mrs. Foster Stickler and son Daniel of Piqua, Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. Frank Youngflesh at her home on South Fifteenth street. TO KENTUCKY. Mrs. Lillian Russell Stout and Mr. Russell Stout of South Thirteenth street have gone to Covington, Ky. to spend the Christmas holidays. 8 LARGE RECEPTION. Mrs. Hugh Mauzy, of Rushville, formerly Miss Anna Ross of this city, attended a large reception given yes terday afternoon in Indianapolis, by Mrs. St. Clair Parry and Mrs. Ches tina Guffin Mauzy at the home of Mrs. Parry on North Meridian street. The guest of honor was. Mrs. Harold Guffin Mauzy, a recent bride, of Gary, Ind., the daughter-in-law of Mrs. Mauzy. The bride wore her wedding gown of white satin, lace and pearls and a corsage boquet of violets and white orchids, also her wedding gift, a diamond and pearl necklace. The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion. An orchestra played during the afternoon. The hostesses were assisted by a group of relatives and friends. A number of out-of-town guests were in attendance. aS 8 WILL RETURN HOME. Mr. Wilbur Sudhoff, who is employ ed in Indianapolis will come home to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sudhoff of South Fifth street. d IS VISITING HERE. Mr. Richard Burke of Long Beach, California, Is in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Elliott. dt TO SPEND HOLIDAYS. Miss Marjorie Buffkin, who attends school at Topeka, Kansas is in the city to spend the holidays with her mother at her home on South Eighth street. A GUEST HERE. Mr. E. A. Lockwood of St. Louis, is in the city to spend Christmas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lock wood of North Fourteenth street. 4 t St ABOUT MISTLETOE. Some of the names by which this plant was called are "mlsselden." or more commonly, "missel." This plant was venerated by the pa gans of Greece and Rome. There is reference to the mistletoe in the works of Virgil, In the Edda and in Celtic legends. Druids collected it with great solem nity. The prince of Druids cut it with a golden sickle. Medicinal properties were ascribed to it, and strong belief was held that it was a charm against evil. Ancient Britons reverenced only that mistletoe which grew upon the oak trees. The white berries, which bring a blush to the fortunate maiden's cheek, kive the quick admirer the right to kiss any person caught under the mis tletoe bough. Its charm is against the evils of a lonely, single life. It may surprise many people to know that this ceremony is not sup posed to be duly performed, unless a berry be plucked off with each kiss, and the privilege ceases when the last white berry is pulled. J . ENTERTAINED TO DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson enter tained Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wilson and daughter, Miss Beatrice Evelyn Wilson, of Portland, Oregon, to din ner today at their home on West Main street Miss Wilson is an accom plished pianist. v WILL ENTERTAIN TUESDAY. Mr. Myron Hill and Miss Esther Hill will entertajn Tuesday evening, December twenty-eighth, at their home on East Main street, in honor of Miss Leona Dalton of St. Louis. J J J A GUEST HERE. Mrs. Dunbar of Indianapolis, former ly Miss Coral Griner of this city, was a guest here yesterday. Mrs. Dunbar is spending the Christmas season with friends and relatives in Centerville. v J ARRIVED TODAY. Mr. and Mrs. Steward Cogill of Carollton, Kentucky, arrived in the city today to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Thurman, 222 South West Third street. After Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Thurman with their guests will go to Milton to visit Mrs. Thurman's relatives. ENJOYED PARTY. The little people of the First Chris tian church Sunday school enjoyed the Christmas party given last even ing at the church by the teachers of the primary department. A Christ mas tree, beautifully decorated added to the pleasure of the affair. The hours $ere from seven until nine Just a few minutes before Worcester, Mass.. Dec. 23. Flving at a speed of from thirty to forty miles an hour, a mysterious airship appeared over Worcester last night, hovered ! nine Santa iMaus made nis appear-1 uer tiijr a icw wiuuies ana men i ance and calling each child by name returned to cut four circles above tha i presented each one with a sack filled gaping citv meanwhile using a search-I with candies and nuts. Those assist- v. , . j ing in entertaining the children were hht of tremendous power. Thousands Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, Miss McLel- of persons thronged the streets to lan, Miss Ruby Wilson, Mrs. W. A. watch the mysterious visitor. Ellis, Miss Ethel A. Thomas and Mrs. ! The airship remained over the city Carl Huber. A large number of the ; ,,., thA tim little people attended. j a. utrigiii tuai ixiisai uuservers set ai HAVE RETURNED HOME. -.Otx feet, too far to enable its precise Mr. Paul Fisher and Miss Florence 6naPe to be 8een- The glaring rays King returned home from Indiana,01 Its fcearch nSht however, were TTniversitv last evenine to snend the , sharply defined by reflection against holidays in this city. MID-WINTER DANCE. Members of the Junior and Senior j classes of the High School will give j a mid-winter dance Thursday evening, ; December thirtieth in the Odd Fel lows' hall. A number of visiting guests will be in attendance. Piano and drums will -furnish the dance mu sic. w . LEFT THIS MORNING. Mr. Austin Brunson who has been attending school at Earlham college, left this morning for his home in Car mel, Indiana, where he will spend his vacation, the guest of his parents and friends. J CLUB NOTES GARFIELD ENTERTAINMENT. The pupils of the Garfield school gave a successful entertainment yes terday at the school. A little play was given. The cast of characters was recently announced. JC J J "MOTHER GOOSE" PLAY. Several members of the Sunday school of the First Methodist church presented a ltttle playlet entitled "Mother Goose" last evening at the church. The affair was largely at tended. ad XMAS ENTERTAINMENT. A Christmas entertainment will be given Friday evening at the Third Methodist church by members of the Sunday school. A program consisting of music numbers, dialogues, recita tions and readings will be presented. A treat will be given the children. "ENTERTAINMENT A SUCCESS. The following program was present ed last evening at the entertainment given at the South Eighth Street Friends church: Vocal Solo Mr. Leroy Lactjy Prayer Rev. Levi Pennington Piano Solo Miss Ruby Crowell Christmas Story... Miss Edna Hoover Duet, Piano and Flute Masters Russell Jenkins and Rus sell Noss. Piano Duet Miss Elizabeth and Master Josiah Marvel. The church was beautifully decorat ed with holly and Christmas bells. The Christmas tree was brilliantly lighted with electric lights. The pri mary department presented a little play, each little person impersonating some character or symbol. iae ii kiii snow ian wnicn was covering ' the city at the time. The dark mass i of the ship could be dimly seen be- i hind the light. After a time it disappeared In the ' direction of Marlboro, only to return later. Inventor Cannot Be Located. At the time of . the airship's visit. Wallace E. Tillinghast, the Worcester man who recently asserted he had in vented a marvelous aeroplane in which he said he had journeyed to New York and return by way of Boston, was ab sent from his home and could not be lo cated. The visitor from the clouds was first sighted over Marlboro at The sixteen miles between this city and Marlboro it covered in thirty minutes. Coming up from the southeast, the sky voyager veered to the west, re mained in sight a few minutes and then disappered to the northwest. In five minutes the searchlight was again seen glowing in the distance like a mon ster star and the ship came up, hover ed over the city a short time and dis appeared to the southeast. Two hours later an eager shout from the waiting crowds announced its re turn. Slowly, its light sweeping the heavens, it circled fcur times above the city and then disappeared finally head ing first southerly and then to the east. A Glovorcr Dotcotivo thzn Shorlcch Holmes Will be the verdict of readers ia regard to M. Haaaad. a pronuneat char acter in a serial story ea titled: eflDrderatlteVnhRcse" By A. E. W. MASON Author of Tb Four Ftatbers," randa of tb BmUony," ttc, tU. la tfc JANUARY aber ! flw Strand Magazine In "The Murder at the Villa Rose" the abilities of a wonderfully clever detectrve are taxed to tae utmost in bringing to justice the perpetrators of a terrible crime. The ingenuity of M. Haaaud may be compared to the com bined genius of Sherlock Holmes. Arseae Lupin and Raffles and we prophesy that of all the famour STRAND stones, Mr. Mason's romance will take first place. Otfeer bMmllM Fwlifw 'Plain Men from a woman's point of view; "Quaer Fallactoa and Brain Twtauwn:" "Mr Funnleat Cbrtnunaa Mcxur," bv leadlac humorous axttsM: "CurlonttM ot taw Caa Board: "If laateta Were Blf rer. Mt. tc. Th color section la andUwi "Mr Mast Beau tiful Mnrterpteoa, belnc aeries ef aaqulatte portraits by eminent photographers. Sfcwrt Steties By E. Phillips Opprahdm. Horace Annes ley VacheU. Arthur Morrison. Richard Marsh. E NesMt and othrrs. maklnr the January STRAND a record action Dumber. laCeataaCapy IIMi Tear Of AU NmdUrt and The International News Company aa-8S Daaae St- New York Yulettde OUerings Are Many WHAT TO GIVE. WHERE TO BUY. What better gilt can you give than something tor the home ? Buy Him a Macey Sectional Book Case Buy Der a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Ready in a jiffy, easy to prepare, a good, hearty breakfast is Mrs. Aus tin's famous pancakes. A Chicagoan who recently advertis ed that he had a stove for sale received among a large number of answers the following: "If you have a kitchen stove, water front, or a nice single bed that you would care to trade for new ostrich plumes or brand new mourning bonnet, I would be glad to hear from you and will give you a good trade." Chicago Record-Herald. XMAS TREES STOLEN Farmer Goes to W Woods And Finds Evergreen Supply Depleted. CULPRITS ARE UNKNOWN1 (Palladium Special) Hagerstown, Ind., Dec. 23. Some one seems to have been hard up for Christmas trees. At least that is what William Replogle, east of town, is thinking. Mr. Replogle went to hia wood yesterday to cut a tree for a friend, when, to his utter astonish ment, no trees were visible. Upon In vestigating, there was not a tree out of a grove of twenty-five beautiful young evergreens that had not been cut down and taken away. No trace of the culprits has been found, only the tracks of a heavy wagon. Mr. Replogle will not take up the matter. It is supposed that the party or par ties who took them, drove to Rich mond or some place where there is a demand for the trees. Trees are sell ing in Hagerstown as low as 35 cents each. 1 1 111! i Three sections, top and base, in Golden Quartered Oak, Only $13 4f CHRISTMAS DANCE. Mrs. Charlie Kolp's dance at K. of P. Hall, Christmas night. Admission 15 cents. Programs to dance at 8:30, $1.00. it Japanese mothers do not kiss their children, though they may press their lips to the forehead or cheek of a very young baby. ONE DOSE RELIEVES DYSPEPSIA, GAS, HEARTBURN OR INDIGESTION. Stomach. A little Diapepsin will promptly BOlut?y iunkno7n tni effective 1 1 rprr.pn v is used rlnnrein rosllv regulate any bad does all the work of a healthy stomach. It digests your meals when your stom ach can't. A single dose will digest You can eat anything your stomach all the food you eat and leave nothing craves without fear of indigestion or to foment or sour and upset the , . . , . ... , stomach. n vcrkOncio nr thnt vnti rnrxn will far. Get a large GO-cent case of Pape's ment, or sour on your stomach if you Diapepsin from your druggist and will take a little Diapepsin occasion- start taking now, and in a little while ally. you will actually brag about your Your meals will taste good, and healthy. strong stomach, for you then r-nn aaf- a n et hinft' ttrtn ATPrvfTiinv -vr.il anything you eat will be digested: want without the slightest discomfort nothing can ferment or turn into acid 0r misery, and every particle of ira or poison or stomach gas, which causes purity and gas that Is In your stom- Belching, dizziness, a feeling of full- ach and intestines is going to be car- ness after eating, nausea, indigestion ried away without the use of laxatives dike a lump of lead In stomach), bil- or any other assistance. iousness, heartburn, water brash, pain Should you at this moment be suf- in stomach and intestines or other fering from Indigestion or any stom- symptotns. ach disorder, you can get relief within Headaches from the stomach are ab- five minutes. The great time and step saver. Priced $22, $25 up to S27.S0 Your Xmas orders will have oar usual caretul attention. You're VVclcomo FURNITURE, GTOVEG, CARPETG Cor. Ninth and Main Sts. .Christmas Buyers Before yon bay Fine Candsr. Pcrfswet, Ra-eors. 0 Cigars. Box Stationery, or aaytalaa In oar line we request you to see our display first. tly CONKEY DRUG CO.. CORNER NINTH AND MAIN I1 It's Filled at Conlcey. It's Correct- TOTCInl ALUS Christmas gilt time, too, and watch es selling at these low prices : 08.50 LADIES' 20 YEAR CASE. ELGIN MOVEMENT WATCHES LADIES' 25 YEAR CASE, ELGIN MOVEMENT WATCHES LADIES' 25 YEAR CASE. 15 JEWEL. ELGIN OR WALTHAM GENTS' 25 YEAR, 15 JEWEL, ELGIN OR WALTHAM O. E. DOCCtOKISOKI JEWELER Lass IF Hmm -7?-... nznn Pns n CS XX X j&nd everything to make the OhirSctmaG E)ay i pleasant one and one to be rememfoeu'edm