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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1909.
PAGE SEVEN. Sunday schooL An attractive feature of the occasion was the beautiful dec orated Christmas tree from which Santa Claus distributed boxes of candy among the little guests. An excellent program consisting of music, recitations and readings was given. Master Carl Gates played a violin solo and Miss Jeannette Kramer rendered instrumental numbers. Jl Jl Jl 3WU. EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. PnONE 1121 CAME THI8 AFTERNOON. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram, Mr. Harry C. fBgram, Mr. Carl E. Ingram and Mr. Dwlght H. Ingram of Chicago, came tola afternoon to be the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Judson of 8outh Twelfth street. Several so cial affairs wil be given for the guests. J jt FAMILY DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Swayne will en tertain with a family dinner party Christmas day at their home on North Eleventh street. jl j j AT CAMBRIDGE CITY. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mungavin will pead Christmas with Mrs. Mungavin's parents in Cambridge City. Jl J J ARRIVE8 TODAY. Mr. Robert Seager of New York, is expected in the city today to spend Christmas with friends. VISITING HERE. Professor and Mrs. O. K. White of Lansing. Mich., are in the city- to spend cnristmas wun Mr. ana aits. J. C. Garver of South Fifteenth street. Mrs. White was formerly Miss Jessie Garver. jl Jl Jl CAME TODAY. Miss Estelle Dalbey came today from Vlncennes to be the guest of Mrs. Walter Dalbey, during the holi day season. jt jt jl TO SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Haas, Mr. Carlos Haas and Mr. Harlow Haas will spend Christmas the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, at Springfield, Ohio. Jl J Ji GUESTS HERE. Miss Nell Clevenger and Miss Min nie Fetters of Toledo, Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. Charles Wettig of South Thirteenth street. Qft 8PEND XMAS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Marshall of Washington, D. C, will come today to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. AJonzo Marshall of South Sixteenth street. They will also visit at Spring field,. X enronte. home. , j . " j j 8HICK-ROBY. The following clipping from the In- The marriage of Miss Myrtle May Roby, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Frank S. Roby. to William F. Schick, Jr., formerly of Newark, N. J., took place last night at the home of the bride's parents, in the presence of the relatives and friends. The rooms were decorated with holiday greens and poinsettias. Miss Margaret Seeg mlller played MacDowell's "To a Wild Rose," following it with the wedding march from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party entered the parlor and stood un der the chandelier, which was hung with mistletoe. The attendants were the bride's sister and brother, Miss Isabel Roby and William E. Roby. Judge Roby gave his daughter away. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. M. Guild, of Richmond. The bride wore a beautiful gown of white duchesse satin trimmed with rose point lace and seed pearls. Her veil was held by a coronet of orange blossoms, and her bouquet was of white roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore a gown of blue silk and carried pink roses. Judge and Mrs. Roby were assisted in the hospitalities following the cere mony by Dr. and Mrs. David Ross. In the dining room the table was cover ed with Russian lace and decorated with poinsettias. and red tapers in pretty holders. The buffet was hid den with palms and poinsettias. Among the guests were Mrs. William Schick and Mrs. George L. Roby and daughter, of Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Schick, Jr., will be at home at the Belmont, in North Delaware street, after February 1. jl jl jl MU8IC PROGRAM. The choir of the First Methodist church under the direction of Mrs. Grace Gorman has arranged for a special music program to be present ed Sunday evening at the church. The program will be announced later. CLUB NOTES forgetfulness at the joyous Christmas time? The basket of fruit, with a flower or two sprinkled in and some of the stern necessities underneath, will be as welcome a gift as the little purse of money collected and left with a treasurer to be dispensed as needed if there is reason for withholding, or else given freely if the needy one be responsible. But trust the best man or woman in each neighborhood. These things rarely escape their notice. . GUESTS AT INDIANAPOLIS. Mrs. J. P. Meyers and daughter, Miss Helen of North H street are the guests of Mrs. Roscoe Parker and Mrs. Pauline Meyers at Indianapolis for a few days. j CAME TODAY. Mr. Arthur Test of Akron, Ohio came this morning to join Mrs. Test who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Test will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Test Christmas day. GAVE ENTERTAINMENT. An enjoyable entertainment was given last evening in the Grace Meth odist church by the members of the W. R. C. MET. A meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps was held Thursday afternoon in the post rooms at the court house. Two new members were admitted in to the organization. Arrangements were completed for the memorial meeting to be held with the G. A. R. on December thirtieth. ji jl Jl SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. A Christmas entertainment wa3 giv en Thursday afternoon by the pupils of St, Mary's school in the school as sembly room. A Christmas tree was a feature of the occasion. The fol lowing little playlet or program was given: Chorus. "Waiting for Santa Claus" Little Boys and Girls The Wager of Gerald O'Rourke Scenes from "Mostly Boys" by Fath-; er Finn. I. Four a. m. December 23. II. Christmas ve at Gerald's Home II. Christmas Eve at Gerald's Home. III. Three-fifteen Christmas morn ing. The Large Boys Song, "Holy and Stilly Night" Boys of Room 2 A Christmas Party The Large Girls Scene I The Party Plans for a Sleigh ride changed. Instrumental Solo Charles Kiser. Scene II Mrs. Brown's Cottage Fairies announce the coming of Santa Clans. " ' Foot So Sore Couldn't Walk Down Stairs TIZ Cured Her Quick. If you have sore feet, tired feet, weaty feet, lame feet, tender feet, smelly feet, corns, callouses or bun ions, read what happened to Mrs. Crockett, of Jeffersonville. TIZ DID IT. Mr. Crockett says: "After the second treatment she walked down stairs one foot at a time. She has not been able to walk downstairs before In past five years, except by stepping down en each step with one foot at a time. This is remarkable. Send five more boxes." No matter what ails your feet or what under heaven you have used without getting relief, just use TIZ. It's different It acts right off. It cure sore feet to stay cured. It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of drawing out all the poisonous exudations which cause sore feeL Powders and other remedies merely clog up the pores. T I Z cleans them out and keeps them clean. You will feel better the first time It's used. Use it a week and yon can forget - you ever had sore feeL There is nothing on earth that can compare with It TIZ is for sale at all druggists, 25c per box, or direct, if yon wish, from Walter Luther Dodge St, Co., Dept. 47S Dodge Bldg., Chicago, I1L -. . . . at CHRISTMAS DANCE. The most notable social event for Saturday is the Christmas dance to be given In the evening at the Pythian temple by Mrs. Charles Kolp for mem bers of her former classes. As a num ber of the college students are home for ! the holidays, no doubt the affair will be largely attended. Dancing will begin promptly at eight thirty o'clock. Piano and drums will furnish the dance music. i tj8 PROGRAM FOR ENTERTAINMENT The program for the Christmas en tertainment to be given by the Sunday school of the First Methodist church Sunday evening is as follows: Hymn "Joy to the World." Prayer Rev. R. J. Wada Scripture Reading "The Story of the Star." Welcome Alice Starr Song "Lift up Your Heads," by Spen- -cer-.: .-. -. "Sr." Katheryne Ensminger and the Girls' Choir. Recitation "Give" .Gertrude Williams Song "Little Snow-flakes" .... .Primary Department Recitation "My Little Friend" Albert Crow Recitation "The Nice Surprise" ... ( Merle De Wess ! Recitation Dorothy Shera Duet "He Loved Us So" Mary Luring and Gladys Longnecker Song "The Birthday of a King," by Neidlinger .... Ruby Hugo and Girls Chorus Recitation "My Christmas Day"... ; ; i . Glen Weist Recitation "Spread the Christmas Sunshine" Mildred Ramsey Song By Miss Miller's and Miss Tay lor's classes. Recitation "A Great Big Boy" . . . . Freeman Shera Recitation "The Christmas Letter" Dorothy Lebold Song "Hark! What Means Those Holy Voices, by Barnby , Katheryn Hunt and the Girls Chorus Recitation "The Very Best Kind of a Christmas Tree" by Henry Van Dyke Percival Gray Duet Grace and Ruth Shera Recitation "Before I Knew What Christmas Was" Alta Stevenson Hymn "The Star In the East" Benediction. GUESTS HERE. Mrs. John Hinsky and son, Roderick of Dayton, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Hin sky's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dunham of South Thirteenth street Mr. Hinsky is expected in the city today for a few days visit k& WILL GIVE A DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sells will enter tain with a dinner Christmas day at their home on North Twelfth street The guests will include members of their family. Jl Jl ENTERTAIN NEW CASTLE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Butler will en- Uertain Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Huddleson ct New Castle at their home on South Eleventh street, over Christmas. . jt jl TO CINCINNATI. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton B. Hunt and Mrs. Stanton of South Ninth street will go to Cincinnati, Ohio, to spend Christmas day. Jt Jl Jl SPECIAL MUSIC A quartet composed of Mrs. F. W. Krueger, Mrs. Will Earhart, Mr. Otto Krone and Mr. Frank Braffett win render special music at the First Presbyterian church Sunday evening. The public is invited to attend. Jl - Jl Jl A WORD ABOUT XMAS. Is it possible that in your own street there Is some ill person who will be neglected, or old, or sad, or alone, and that as a neighborhood you are going to forget to carry the blessing of Christmas to this fireside that no longer glows brightly? Neigh bors are too kindly a lot and the ans wer comes out boldly, -"No." They will band together, of course. Who anions them would be guilty of The Sunday Church Services First Presbyterian Rev. Thomas J. Graham, pastor. Christmas song and service in Sabbath School, 9:15 a. m. Morning worship, 10:30. Rev. I. M. Hughes, D. D., Pastor Emeritus, will preach at this service. Evening Song 7:30 p. ni. Rendition of special music i by the quartet. Sermon by the pastor on "The Look and the Race." First Church of Christ, Scientist Masonic Temple. Sunday services, 10:45 a. m. Subject "Christian Sci ence." Wednesday evening exper ience meeting, 7:45 p. m. Public in vited. Reading room No. 10 North 10th street, open to the public daily except Sunday, 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon, 1:30 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. Universalist In Masonic Temple. Rev. Leon P. Jones will preach Christ mas sermon at 3:30 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. The Sunday School Christmas Cantata will be giv en on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., Dec. 28. Everyone cordially invited. St. Paul's Episcopal Corner Eiehth and North A streets. Rev. David C. Huntington rector. Christmas eve, 11:30 p. m. holy communion and Christmas music; Christmas day ser vices, 7:30 a. m. holy communion: 10 a. m. full Christmas festival service. Sunday, 7:30 a. m. holy communion: 9:15 a. m. Sunday school and Bible classes; 10:30 a. m. morning prayer and sermon; 7:30 p. m. evening pray er and address. Sunday school Christ mas entertainment Tuesday evening. Public invited. Reld Memorial Corner Eleventh and North A streets. Rev. S. R, Lyons, ' pastor. Preaching by the pastor, 10: 30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Christmas themes both morning and evening. Sabbat'a School, 9:15 a. m. Christian Union, 6:45 p. m. South Eighth Street Friends Levi j. renmngion, pastor. enure n on South Eighth near A street. Bible School at 9 o'clock, John H. Johnson, superintendent Meeting for worship at 10:30. Special Christmas music. C. E. meeting at 6:30. The pastor is the leader. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30, led by Mrs. Allen D. Hole. You are more than welcome to all these services. St Mary's C?.hoIic Masses every Sunday at 8 ai.d 9 o'clock and High Mas and sermons at 10:30; Vespers and benediction every Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev. J. F. Mattingly, rector. Rev. Thomas A. Hoffman, assistant tf St Andrew's Catholic Fifth and South C streets. Mass at 7:30; High Mass at 9:45; Vespers, sermonette and benediction at 3 o'clock. Rev. Frank A. Roell, rector; Rev. H. J. Gadlage. assistant tf St Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church C. Huber, pastor. Christmas services on Christmas morning at 5 o'clock; addresses will be delivered in both German and English. Special music has been prepared. Sunday School on Sunday morning at 9. German services at 10:30. Rev. Franz Flrns child, from Wittenberg Seminary, Springfield, Ohio. The Christmas service by the Sunday School on Sun day evening at 7 o'clock. .The offer ings at these services will be for the Board of Education. First Methodist Church Rev. R. J. Wade, pastor. Sunday school, 9:15 o'clock, Christmas sermon, 10:30. Sunday school entertainment 7:30. First English Lutheran Church Corner 11th and South A streets. E. G. Howard, pastor. Christmas Day Early service at 5 a. m. will be held at the church to which all will be cordially welcome who desire to be gin the day with worship. At 7:30 p. m. the Service of Praise prepared by the Sunday school will be offered in the Sunday school auditorium. This also is a service for all. Sunday serv ices at the usual hours. Morning wor ship at 10:30 with an address appro priate to the Christmas time. Vesper service at 5 p. m. A special musical program will be rendered at this serv ice by the Christmas chorus. 9:15 a. m., Sunday school, Lee B. Nusbaum, Supt. A Christmas offering for Christian Education will be received. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. HONOR FOR YANKEE (American News Service) New York, Dec. 24. A cablegram has been received in this city an nouncing the engagement of Albert Spalding, the American violinist, for the Russian Christmas musical seas on. This is a fitting combination for Mr. Spalding's triumphal tour through France, and is very encouraging to the young man. His European season opened in a very successful concert organized at Havre, Nov. 14, by the Association Musicale de Paris. On this occasion he chose a purely classical program and scored a magnificent artistic tri umph. The Russian season will consist of a series of concerts, and coming as it does about two weeks after the Christmas season in other countries. It is an engagement eagerly sought by all artists. Mr. Spalding will make his debut in Warsaw on Decem ber 29, and will tour the continent during the entire winter. Cost of all living Increased, so buy Mrs. Austin's pancake flour. A good, hearty breakfast for a little money. IS HONORED AGAIN Riley Roberts has been elected Chan cellor Commander of the colored lodge Knights of Pythias, for the third time. Other officers to serve for the first six months of 1910, include: James Bailey, V. C; James Saunders, Prelate: F. C. Scott. M. W.; Ellsworth Saine, K. R. S.; Ellsworth Gordon, M. F.; Clinton Brown, Asst M F.; Lewis Fox, M. E.; John Davis. M. A.; Curtis Gaston, I. G.; Greely Gartin, O. G.; John Davis, trustee: Wm. Jenkins, Walter Bass, representatives to grand lodge; Dr. W. Huffman, medical exam lner. The Catholics have 10,253 clergy men, three thousand more than the number of their churches. The Pro testants have only 149.472 ministers, or 50,550 less than the number of their churches. This number of chur ches must either be without pastors or divide a man's time Delineator for January. We Exftcimdl Maiiniy Tltoaete tto Omir Foeirads aimdl Pattiroinis For the very kind and liberal Christ mas patronage, our salos having climbod to a figure never beforo roachod. We ask pardon for any littlo failures or delays that might havo inconvonioncod in the past few days of crowdod holiday shopping, WisMng (D)ec amndl AMI A MERRY OMSTOAS Ml A mm NEOT YEAR I o) I o) PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY Good Things TO EAT PLAIN ICE CREAM,-25c per Qt. BRICK Ice Cream in any com bination of colors or flavors, 35c to 50c per quart. ICES Orange, lemon, pineap ple, cranberry, green gage, cherry, etc., 30c to 50c per Qt WHIPPING CREAM 40c per Qt. WHIPPED CREAM, delivered, packed in ice, ready to serve, 50c per Qt. INDIVIDUAL MOULDS Fruits, flowers, Xmas bells, teddy bears, Santa Claus, etc, 10c to 25c. FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, made the day you buy it; and plenty of pure sweet pasteur ized milk and cream. ANYTHING in the dairy prod ucts line. Get your Xmas and New Year's order in early and avoid dis appointments. Commons Dairy Co. Phone 1188 9 S. Fittb St YOU KNOW THAT. You can have no holiday cheer in the home without satisfying warmth in the house. Your body and mind will be out of tune with the season with poor fuel to create warmth. There is no bet ter fuel in the world for any kind of furnace fire than POCAHONTAS COAL We want. to contribute to your comfort and happiness by selling to you the highest grade of this best coal as ours comes from the best mines from the Pocahontas field. fjatqeq movents COrPANY CHICHESTER S PiLLS Wn. TIIK lIASltXI 3KAMJ. A I'lll. in Red o-t .ol4 irm.lic hose, fccferd with Blue F I. ,n. IH-RCClat. A.kf.- ilt- IttTKBS IlAlIoVr IiKM I'lI IAI rti erc k turn as Best. Safest, A '.wr Pe!;at Christinas gilt time, too. and watch es selling at these low prices: LADIES' 20 YEAR CASE. ELGIN tGt FiCh MOVEMENT WATCHES pGe)2HjP LADIES' 25 YEAR CASE, ELGIN f'ft 41 ?Th MOVEMENT WATCHES 4iLiL3Hj LADIES' 25 YEAR CASE, 15 JEWEL, tfl 1t gSiTh ELGIN OR WALTHAM P jX-TTStJHj' GENTS' 25 YEAR, 15 JEWEL, ELGIN t"fl Tl PZiCh OR WALTHAM P jLVJHjf O. E. QK0ftSK JEWELER PALLADIUM. WANTS ADS BRING RESULTS A C3TCE CAZ LADY'S APPEAL To all knoviBf sufferer of rheumatism, wbet. er nasealar or t tbc Joints, sciatica. Instate backache, pains in the kidney or aeuralcia paina. to writ to her tor a bone treauceEt which, aaa repeatedly cored aU ct thcaa tortorea. Stefeelaitber duty to Bead It to aU tugeieia Kit w. T ft r I,, n 1tl nllM(1 will testify bo chance of -iit aeeea T- Taia Bimple (ftsecrery baaiabea aria acid front the blood, loosens too stiffened Joint, pur lfles taa blood, and brirttena taa eyes, tlriaf elasticity aad tone to the whole ijiuai U tba abore interests you. for proof address Mrs. M. Summers. Bos B. Notre Dana. Ind. One Doctor AJtirmr aWfar oionf Ayr' Cktrrm Ac- taralfor ikntmt mtd Imttg bmik. Doctors MocprescnseaT if or ( years. JfJ, Have only one doctor just one 1 No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select the best one, then stand by him. No sense in trying this thinf, that thing, for your congh. Care fully, deliberately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick to it. WE ARE MORE THAN PLEASED WITH THE GREAT VOLUME OF BUSINESS DURING THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. WE EXTEND A HEARTY CHRISTMAS GREETING AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.