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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU31 AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1910.
PAGE FIVE EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. PHONE 1121 Communications to be inserted In the society news and the club notes columns must be signed by the writer to insure publication. No consideration will be given anonymous communications. SOCIAL EVENTS FOR THE WEEK. Monday Mrs. Warren Gifford will be hostess for a meeting of the Maga zine club. Mrs. Torn Nicholson will be hostess for a meeting of a whist club. Missionary society meeting of Grace church meets with ivjs. T. A. Mott. The Ticknor club will meet in the afternoon. Men's club of the First Presbyter ian church meets at the church. Tuesday The Llanelly Prize choir will give an entertainment in the coli seum. . Members of a Tuesday card club will meet. Wednesday Miss L,ura Colvin will be hostess for a meeting of the Home IJconomic Study club. Members of a Wednesday Card club will meet. Thursday Woman's Relief Corps will meet in the post rooms at the court house. Alice Carey club will meet. Friday Mrs. Charles Kolp's danc ing class will meet in the evening in the Odd Fellow's hall. Concert at South Eighth Street Friends church. GAVE DINNER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. George II. Dilks enter tained with a dinner last evening at their home in Spring Grove. Dinner was served at six-thirty o'clock. The guests were members of the Buzzers Whist club. After dinner cards were played. 0 HAVE RETURNED. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kaufman have returned from a visit in New York. J5 TO GIVE RECEPTION. The ladies auxiliary and sons of Veterans will give a reception to the Dr.Davis 8"gg ANTI-HEADACHE You can obtain prompt relief from Backache and Kidney Disorders with a 50c Box of DAVIS KID-NE-TABS. Druggists or Fred C. Keeling, Chica go, III. Sol Meredith Post G. A. R. Monday evening. February fourteenth in the post rooms at the court house. A GUEST AT CINCINNATI. Mrs. W. O. Ryan was a guest in Cincinnati yesterday. RETURN THIS EVENING. Miss Hazel Thomas will return this evening from Greenfield, Ind., where she has been visiting with the Misses Mable and Elsie Felt for a few days. WILL RETURN TUESDAY. Dr. and Mrs. Chenoweth who have been spending a few days in Chicago are expected home Tuesday. ELK'S DANCE. The Elk's will give their initial dance of the season, Friday evening, February eighteenth at the club house on North Eighth street. This will probably be one of the most enjoyable affairs of the winter social season. .. t IS IN ARKANSAS. Mr. Harry Retz has gone to Arkan sas where ho expects to remain for some time. j WAS IN GREENFIELD. Miss Margaret Knollenberg has been visiting Miss Ruth Gobel at Greenfield, lud. Miss Gobel is a stu dent at Earlham college. WILSON DINNER. Henry Lane Wilson, wlio with Mrs. Wilson, will leave Monday for Mexico City, where Mr. Wilson will represent the United States as ambassador, have been dinner guests with a number of their friends. The one at which Mr. Wilson met the largest, number was given for him Wednesday evening by Charles Norris Williams. Mrs. Wil liams's artistic taste was shown in the table arrangement and she paint ed he white satin place markers. The guests were Governor Marshall, United States District Attorney Char les W. Miller, Charles A. Bookwalter, George G. Tanner. William J. Reid. John C. Dean, Frank D. Stalnaker. Hugh J. McGowan, C. S. Denny, J. C. Schaf, W. M. Jillson. J. W. Holtzman, .7. E. Roberts. Henry Lane Wallace, Harold B. Hibbeu. W. H. Coleman. Charles N. Thompson, ames W. Lilly and Mr. Wilson's brother, John L. Wilson, of Seattle, Wash. Indiana polis News. S JS jt, terian church will meet Monday even ing in the church parlors. A program will be presented. A CHURCH SOCIAL. A congregational picnic supper will be held at Grace church parlors at six-thirty o'clock Friday evening. Members are requested to bring their baskets and spend the evening in a social way. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The Woman's Home Missionary so ciety of Grace church will meet on Monday evening, February 7 at the home of Mrs. T. A. Mott, US North Eleventh street. Members please note the change of time. Also bring or send contents of mite boxes to the meeting. S .. EAST END SEWING CIRCLE. The East End Sewing circle met Friday afternoon of the past week with Mrs. Samuel Dickinson at her home on East Main street. t t4 Music ing opinion concerning Miss Lerner's performance o the Beethoven "Em peror" concerto: Miss Lerner played. the greatest of all the masters' piano concertos frankly in the spirit of the music. Her tone was full and always with quality, plenty of reserve, delicacy of tone and unfailing sense of rhthm and phras ing. She uses the piano for art and not for the show of mechanical dex terity. Miss Lerner's performance of the Liszt concerto in A major was also re ceived with enthusiasm. t J J WILL GIVE CONCERT. The Harmony Concert company will give a recital Friday evening at the South Eighth Street Friends church. Mr. Leroy Lacey will sing and Miss Marguerite Doan with Miss Lucile Townsend will give piano numbers. GRACE CHURCH SERVICES. Rev. Arthur L. Cates pastor. Sun day school 9 a. m.: preaching 10:o0 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Ep worth league 6:30 p. m. A cordial invitation ex tended to all. Visitors in the city made welcome. LETTER IS CURIOUS CLUB NOTES LLANELLY CHOIR. An important musical event for the week is the concert to le given Tues day evening at the coliseum by the Llanelly Welsh choir. The affair is under the direction of Mr. Edward Taylor of Indianapolis. CORINNE RIDER-KELSEY. Corinne Rider-Kelsey is soon to start out on another concert tour, be ginning this week with the Mendels sohn Choir in Toronto, this being her third engagement with that organiza tion. Mrs. Kelsey opened her season at the Worcester festival in October Paris, Feb. Z. M. Delagrange, who was killed while aeroplaning at Bor deaux, on Tuesday, some time ago wrote a curious letter which has just been published. Asked whether he was superstitious, M. Delagrange replied frankly in the affirmatime. "I was born, he wrote, "on a Friday, the thirteenth of the month, and I look on Friday, the thir teenth, as my lucky day. I tried to make my first flight on Friday, the thirteenth, but the motor would not work. I flew the next day. "The Saturdav afterwards I made another successful flight, and the Sat-' urday after that I beat the world's rec- i ord. I made the first flight of a quar- j ter of an hour on a Saturday, and I j shall always begin everything of im-1 portance on a Saturday for the rest of j my life. "I do not believe in charms, but I would never go up without a grey cap and a cigarette. By the way I went to have my fortune told some days ago, and was warned of a terrible ac cident. "The ladv who told mv fortune bv 1H OP WSfim fflflW (HlilSflS? mm Oar tu to guarintm rife cat f rvice inr toe raacmg 01 sma:i loans. anJ have herDtiDolittlrri(trD(i 9 la perfecting eiciu whereby WE CAN KETP FAIT II W ITU Tilt PIBUC, make a fair profit for o-.irst' ves and be ab.e to guarantee eYtry n.itemti.t we a tverti-e. You msi not need money to-day tkit we will be p!eas?1 to gi e you any inforiualinn yrrn desire re- jrardi-.K a loan. A ca!I will convince ' you that we arc a heipful institution. INDIANA LOAN CO. 3rd Floor Colonial Bldg., 1 PHONE 1341. ROOM . V RICHMOND. .... .... ... t i -i HE EMPLOYS KITES Paris. Feb. 5. -Captain Saccounev of the French army, is making some in-; teresting experiment in the use of .x' series of harness! I Kites for pruvid-' ing observatories lo; snouting purpos es in time of war. The apparatus whit-h he invented tan be arranged for service in six minutes requiring fif teen nun to manipulate the kites. The experiments which have been made shoy Captain Sacconnev s appa ratus to be successful and very prac tical except in heavy winds when there is danger of the cables breaking. The velocity of descent in such case is u: minishtd by the ue of the planes for parachutes. The man in the scouting car, which runs up the cable, is in con stant telephonic communication with the people on the ground and it is ex pected this system of directing artil lery fire will prove very effective. man MEN'S CLUB TO MEET. The Men's club of the First Presby- last. and has found little time for rest the cards said that she saw me falling or recreation since then. Her sea- j against a barrier, with a thing like aj son's work will close with the Cincin-! wheel obviously the propeller turn-j nati Music Festival and a three ing at a terrible rate just by me. A weeks' tour with the Theodore Thorn- crowd carries me off. I am very badly as orchestra during the month of hurt, but not mortally. Is it not ab May. In Cincinnati she will sing the surd? I have already had small acci- leading soprano roles of the oratorios, ! dents, but never a scratch." having been engaged to fill that im portant work for the past three festi vals. Musical Courier. ." . IS OF INTEREST. Local music lovers who heard Tina Lerner when she gave a recital in this city will be interested in the following clipped from the Musical Courier: Tina Lerner, the Russian pianist. was soloist at three concerts of the i St. Louis Symphony society in St. I J ar?'r -w"5 "cLnS' Louts recently. The St. Louis Re pu b- disease arising from stomach trouble, Ret a 50c lie of January 6 published the follow- j Z$s$' lt A Use For It. Cop What's the trouble here? Pugnacious Individual That gave me the lie. Cop Well, you can't Mock up the sidewalk v.ith it. Take it home ami use it the next time you go fishing. Boston Transcript. Good For Evil. "I trust you try to return good for evil." said the high minded man. "I not only try," said Mr. SIrius ! Barker, ''but I succeed. Bliggins .are me one of his cigars yesterday, and I gave him one of mine this morning." -Washington Star. Hear Mr. Wayne 0. Adams in his lecture on the Panama Canal at the Palace Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 1 i I FEBRUARY SWEEP SALE N Poultry Feed THE GOOD KLXD That makes them cackle RICHMOND FEED STORE 11-13 N. 9th Phone 219G At the Markets at Grand Rapids and Chicago we purchased Some Sample Lines o! Furniture at Exceptionally Low Figures and we are pre pared to allow you your share ot the profits tor three weeks. Beginning Feb. 7th and Ending Feb. 28th 9099 We Guarantee $10 to $40 Saving On An Outfit ot Furniture DSale 33 per cent, off on Baseburners 10 per cent, off on all other Stoves 25 per cent, off on all Couches 15 per cent, off on all Davenports 15 per cent, off on all Bedroom Suites 20 per cent, off on all McDougall Kitchen Cabinets 10 per cent, off on all Sideboards, Buffets and China Cabinets 15 per cent off on all Iron Beds and 20 per cent, off on Brass Beds 15 per cent off on all Bed Furnishings 20 per cent, off on all Lace Curtains, Carpets and Draperies Like Reductions on Every Article in Our Store.' GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED ANY PLACE AND SOLD ON USUAL TERMS AT OUR STORE DURING THE SALE. THIS IS THE FURNITURE OPPORTUNITY OF 1910 The Cause and Cure of Foot Troubles The Cause Ill-fitting bhot-s oause most foot troubles. With such shoos, each of the 26 bones which co to make up the framework of the foot is crowded and pushed from iis ilace to some slight degree. These bones in turn crowd the muscles which lie under them, the muscled which hold uu the arch of the foot. As the muscles are crowded and craminnl they weaken, they lose their strength, gradually they give way, the arch begins to fall. Then the blood vessels lying in the muscles are mashed, circulation is serious ly hindered, the hundreds of sensitive nerves surround ing the blood vessels and running everywhere through the foot begin to end in their danger calls. Nervous ness, headaches, backaches, varicose veins, rneuina tisn thooting pains in legs, in back. etc.. all these and kindred ailments are the direct and indirect results ot torturing the feet with wrongly constructed shoes. The Cure Is the Fellman Tramp Last Shoe This Tramp Iast Shoe will cure and prevent foot troubles. It gives freedom of movement for the iuus c!os, the muscles exercise, they grow strong, the bones which form the arch are held in place, the arch becomes what it was intended to be a spring to absorb all shocks and jars which would otherwise reach tho more vital organs. The blood vessels begin to properly perform their duties. Red blood once more flows unhin dered through the muscles. The nerves cease to call for help. Nervousness goes, pains disappear. Better health results. And with all its comfort. The Keltman Tramp Last Shoe is rot an awkward shoe. It is a trim, neat, snug fitting shoe which may be worn on all occasions. It is carried in Patents. Gun Metals, Vicl and Velour. In Iace or Button. For Women. $3 and $2.0., For Men, $2.50 and ft. Cta. E Mtausi! 724 Main TWO STORES 807 Main THEOEORE HUNT i r uneral Director and Kmbalmer for Nineteen Years w ith H. R Donning & Son is now with Wi?son, PoMfceyer & Downing 15 North 10th St. Phone 1335. i Rexail Grippe Pills Soon relieve the fever, headache and dull dragging pains which come with the grippe. Don't suffer from this distressing malady. Try these at once. Price 25 cents. Adams Drug Store 6th and Main. "The Rexail Store." For Week of Feb. 7flSn 1 1 925, 927 and 929 MAIN 925, 927 and 929 MAIN RICHMOND'S NEW HOME FURNISHERS Established in 1S51 Silverware Silverware If you buy Rogers' Sil verware, buy the old re liable brand, Rogers Bros. 1847. If you wish a cheaper brand, we can furnish you Wm. A. Rogers grape design 26 piece set in case at $7.00. Some times sold at $15.00. 0. E. Dickinson Watch Repairing Diamonds Mounted 100 Brass, Silver and Copper Candlesticks See Them in Our East Window Everyone a Bargain at Wonderfully Reduced Prices Big 24 in. high solid brass stick, $7.50 at .$5.00 Big 18 in. solid brass stick, $6.00 at $4.50 Big 24 in. silver stick, $10 at $8.25 Big 24 in. 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