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EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. PHONE 1121 THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1910. ; 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. RECITAL BY MRS. DOWNING. The program for the recital to be given Wednesday evening under the auspices of the Music Study club fol lows: Compositions by Lulu Jones Downing: Mrs. P. William Krueger. Mrs. F. J. Bartel. Mrs. Will Earhart. Mr. Leroy Lacey. Mr. Frank Braffett. Mr. Otto C. Krone. Mrs. Downing at the piano. Prelude C. Minor. Improvisation. Songs A Day and It's Dreams. Lifers Twlight. Blossom-time. Sad Memories. Only a Rose. Violets Somewhere. Apparitions Gvening Song. Life's Way. Love's Song. My Star. . VALENTINE PARTY. A valentine party was enjoyed last evening by tfhe members of a Sunday school class of the South Eighth Street Friends church at the home of Mr. Clarence Parks on South B street. Games and social diversions were fea tures of the evening's amusements. Refreshments were served. t TICKNOR CLUB. Members of the Ticknor club met yesterday afternoon with Ma-s. Judson Rupe at her home on South Fourteenth street. Mrs. J. M. Wampler and Mrs. Gilbert Dunham were the readers for the afternoon. Mrs. Bonner of Greensburg was a guest of the club. C 8 MEN'S CLUB. Mr. William Dudley Foulke address ed a meeting of the Men's club of the First Presbyterian church last even ing. There was a large attendance of members and friends. vvl 8 WAYS AND MEANS SOCIETY. Section A of the Ways and Means society of the Fifth Street Methodist church will be entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. James Kelly at her home, 114 North Sixth Street. MEN'S SOCIAL UNION. The Men's Social Union of the South Eighth Street Friends church, will elect officers for the coming year, Wednesday evening at the church. The meeting will be called at seven-forty-five o'clock. Rev. Levi T. Pen nington will give his oration which won first place at Indianapolis last Saturday. All members and friends of the church are most cordially invit ed to attend. TO GIVE CONCERT THIS EVENING A "Night of Glorious Song," by the famous Llanelly Welsh Choir, is what the music lovers of the city and vicin ity are to enjoy this evening at the Col iseum. This wonderful choir arrived here shortly after dinner in excellent shape and were greeted by many friends of their former visit. They are being entertained, many of them, by those whose pleasure it was so to HARD TO DROP But Many Drop It. A young Calif, wife talks about cof fee: "It was hard to drop Moch and Java and give Postuni a trial, but my nerves were so shattered that I was a nervous wreck and of course that means all kinds of ails. "At first I thought bicycle riding caused it, and gave it up, but my con dition remained unchanged. I did not waut to acknowledge coffee caused the trouble, for I was very fond of it. At that time a friend came to live with us, and I noticed that after he had been with us a week he would not drink his coffee any more. I asked him the rea son. He replied. 'I have not had a headache since I left off drinking cof fee, some months ago, till last week, when I began again, here at your ta ble. I don't see how anyone can like coffee, anyway, after drinking Pos tuni! "I said nothing, but at once ordered a package of Postum. That was five months ago and we have drank no cof fee since, except on two occasions when we had company, and the result each time was that my husband could not sleep, but lay awake and tossed and talked half of the night. We . were convinced that coffee caused his Buffering, so he returned to Postum, convinced that coffee was an enemy, instead of a friend, and he is troubled no more by Insomnia. "I myself, have gained S pounds in weight, and my nerves have ceased to mHvAr Y ctma on ooav nnw r mi it t coffee that caused our aches and alls and take up Postum." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Rea son." Ever read the above letter? A new one appess from time to time. They are genuine, true and full of hu man interest. do last time. There is a charm about these whole-souled singers that appeals to one. And the program to be sung is hap pily chosen and every number a gem. The weather and the choir is both in much better condition than when they came last. Every lover of music may confidently look forward to one of the most delightful evening's of the sea son. This concert will be one music event at least well adapted to the Col iseum; their excellent voices will sound at their best. Mr. Taylor has treated the Richmond public to some most excellent music this season. It is hoped that in this, bis fourth con cert, an overwhelming crowd will be present. Now that the Richmond people know how fine this choir sings, there is no question as to the attrac tion. Reserved seats to adults will be but 00 cents. The gallery is open to school children at 25 cents. j& GIVEN A SURPRI8E. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Wilcox were pleasantly surprised recently at their home, north of the city. Dinner in several courses was served at mid-day. During the afternoon Robinson's or chestra furnished music. The affair was most enjoyable. Those invited to participate in the event were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. By master, Miss Olive Wilcox, Messrs. Lawrence and Clarence Hoover. 3S REV. CAMPBELL SURPRISED. The following clipping from the Middletown News, was received in this office this morning: Rev. J. O. Campbell, the popular pas tor of the M. E. church, was given a surprise by his friends and members of his congregation last Saturday even ing. About fifty of his parishioners called at the parsonage with donations of groceries, provisions, and other pres ents and reminded the pastor that they had come to assist him to celebrate his forty-fourth birthday anniversary. Re freshments were served and the even ing was very pleasantly spent in a most j enjoyable manner. The reception was under the auspices of the Cosmos so ciety and the Ladies' Aid society of the church. Rev. Campbell also received 346 post cards from friends here and else where. The events or the last few days, have added greater dimensions to his ever present broad smile. fc? LLANELLY CHOIR. The program which the Llanelly Welsh prize choir will present at the Coliseum this evening will be as fol lows: Part I. Welsh Airs fa) "Hoby Deri Dando....E. Evans (b) "Serch Hudol," E. Evans (c) "Gwynith Gwyn" Hy Evans Choir. "Prologue" Pagliacci. . . .Leoncavallo Mr. David Brazell. "Now by Day's Retiring Lamp," .Bishop Choir. "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" . . . Saint-Saena Miss Tydfil Brown. "Fair Land" Pinsutti Miss Elizabeth Hall, and Choir. "Prayer Scene" Le Ville Puccini Mme. Thomas, Messrs. John and Da vid Brazell. "O Gladsome Light" Sullivan Choir. Part II. Welsh Airs fa) "Yr Hen Delvnor" Evans (b) "Gadlef Gorganwg" Evans Choir. "Echos" Duett Moir Misses Hall and Brown. "Spanish Serenade" Elgar "Old Black Joe" American Choir. "Sound an Alarm" Handel Mr. W. T. Rees. Southern Airs" , Arranged Choir. "Emani, fly with Me'." Recit. and Aria Verdi Mme. Thomas. "Hail Bright Abode" Wagner Choir. Jt .4 J TO BLOOMINGTON. Miss Ruth Thistlethwaite expects to go to Bloomington, Indiana, the early part of March to attend a dance. While there she will be the guest of Miss Florence King, a student at In diana University. J J J VISITING HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams and little daughter, of Hooteston, Illinois, are the guests of Mr. Williams par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Williams, of East Main street. S8 jS A GUEST HERE. Dr. George E. King, of Maysville, Kentucky, is in the city for a visit with Mr. and Mrs W. L. King of South Eighth street. . J J5 A GUEST HERE. Mr. Glen Ellabarger of St. Louis. Missouri, spent Sunday in this city, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ellabarger, 303 North West Third street. J Jf ' CLUB NOTES CLUB EVENTS FOR TODAY. Spring Grove sewing circle meets with Mrs. George R. Dilks. Cotillion Dancing Club will meet this evening in the Odd Fellows' hall. Llanelly choir concert in the Coli seum this evening. Mrs. Cleveland K. Chase will deliv er her weekly lecture on Art at the , Morrieson-Reeves library, j East End Aid Society of the First ' Christian church is meeting with Mrs. Whitnack. j Mr. and Mrs. John Hewitt will en tertain the Little Bo-Peep club thi3 evening at their home on Sheridan street. j West Side Friends' Aid Society is meeting this afternoon in Earlham , hall. i REV. WADE TO SPEAK. Rev. R. J. Wade will address the Men's Union of the First English Lutheran church tomorrow evening at the church parlors. Last month a paper was read, "The Minister from the Layman's Standpoint," which elicited considerable discussion and some things were said about the preachers. This month the preachers will get back at the laymen with a paper on the , "Layman from the Minister's Stand j point," and the pastor will have the help of Rev. Wade and others. The discussion is looked forward to with much interest. A good attendance is expected. At each of these meetings someone is appointed to recite the prin cipal events of the month in the ; world's doings. Mr. W. P. Hallstein I will have charge of this feature. j j MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The Woman's Missionary society of the First English Lutheran church will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Kauffman at her home, 64 South Eighteenth street. The meet ing will be called at two-thirty o'clock. LADIES' AID SOCIETY. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Methodist church will meet Wednes day afternoon at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. Haner, 200 South Sev enth street. A full 1 attendance of members is desired. j Jt J LUTHER LEAGUE. The Luther League of Trinity Luth eran church, will meet Wednesday in the church parlors, after the regular church service. All members are urg ed to be present. t . MEETING POSTPONED. The Monday Bridge club did not meet yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas Nicholson. The meeting was postponed one week. a KING'S HERALD BAND. Miss Alta Stevenson gave a reading at yesterday's meeting of the King's Herald Band held at the home of Mrs. George Davis on South Fifteenth street. The meeting was not well at-; tended as a number of the members are ill. Mrs. L E. Turner gave a talk on the work of the society. V K MAGAZINE CLUB. A meeting of the Magazine club was hplrt Mnnda v aftprnnnn nt the hnmo nf I Mrs. W. W. Gifford on North Thir teenth street. Mrs. Joseph Zeller was the reader for the day. "Guest Day" will be observed next week, the affair to be in the nature of an afternoon Valentine party. HumiTity. Humility is the means of When we realize how little we shall yearn and strive more. When we feel how progress, we know to know Imperfect is our character, and not till then, we shall make earnest efforts improvement. after our A Dead Stomach Of What Use is it to Anyone? Thousands? yes hundreds of thous ands of people throughout America are taking the slow death treatment daily. They are murdering their own stom ach, the best friend they have, and in their sublime ignorance they think they are putting aside the laws of na ture. This is no sensational statement; it is a startling fact, the truth of which any honorable physician will not de ny. These thousands of people are swal lowing daily large quantities of pep sin and other strong digesters, made especially to digest the food in the stomach without any aid at all from the digestive membrane of the stom ach. In other words they are taking from the stomach the work that nature in tended it should do, and are also re fusing it the only chance for exercise it has. MJ-o-na stomach tablets relieve dis tressed stomach in five minutes: they do more. Taken regularly for a few weeks they build up the run down stomach and make it strong enough to digest its own food. Then indigestion belching, sour stomach and headache will go. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold by druggists everywhere and by L. H. Fihe, who guarantees them. r0 cents a box. Clues catarrh or tnrmpv hslr Jmt. breathe it in. Complete outfit, iccludii inhale L Extra bottles 60c. Droggietav 19 11 II mm ftai nniu l HIKE MADE SURE OF IT. The Gift Was Delayed, but the Groom Got the Bird. A wealthy patron of the turf in New York told an amusing story of a fa vorite groom and a turkey. "I had once promised this groom," he said, "a Christmas turkey, but somehow in the rush and flurry of December I forgot it. It was some days after Christmas when I remem bered how I had overlooked my faith ful old friend. "Meeting him in the paddock one morning and intending to make good my forgetfulness, I said to the groom by way of a joke: " 'Well, Jenkins, how did you like that turkey I -sent you?' " 'It was a very tine bird, sir,' said the groom. 'I came very near losing it, though.' "'llow so?' said I, astonished. '"Well, sir,' said Jenkins, 'Christ mas morning came, and your turkey hadn't reached me, so I rushed right off to the express company and asked the manager what he meant by not sending the bird up. The manager apologized, sir, very politely, and he took me into a back room, where there were ten or fifteen turkeys hanging, and he said the labels had been lost off them and I'd just better take my choice. So I chose the largest, sir, knowing jour generosity, and it was fine. It ate grand. Thank you very much indeed, sir.' "Washington Star. Commas. The French do not. as a rule, employ inverted commas to indicate a dialogue, but they employ the dash to indicate a change of speakers, which is just as bad. Certainly many punctuation marks are sadly misused or overused. Dick ens dung unnecessary commas all over his pages whole battalions of them. Walter Pater also employed them with extraordinary prodigality, frequently before the word "and" where the con junction rendered them superfluous. Pater was also overfoud of the mark of exclamation, so that when he drops a "Yes" into his measured style it must needs appear as "Yes:" But. though the Bible does without inverted com mas, there S3 real art in its punctua tion. How admirably it marks the ca dence and helps the drama in that great story of the prodigal son! Lou don ChrociHp. West Feint Graduate. It will doubtless surprise most Amer icans to learn that out of the small total of 4,121 graduates during the first century of the existence of the Military academy, from 1S02 to 1902. 2,731 entered civil life at some period of their career. National Magazine. GcosGtA-xa: Our chef says Gold Medal Flour omlp. ! They're I Here Tonight? 1 J A pHeofflM SlfoowMgj of the Seasoinfs Best SflyRes FOR SPRING 1910 In Ladies' and Misses' Woo! and Siik Suits and Dresses, Also Coats, Skirts and Waists. We most cordially invite the ladies to inspect these new things while they are at their best. The styles are beautiful in their originality, the fab rics are of the season's newest and most favored, and satisfaction is as- sured to every purchaser. The prices are right as sure to please as well as the garments. - The Fir st showing is now ready and It will surely please us !o have you come in and examine and pass judgment on our pur chases. A TFfifr We absolutely guarantee a perfect fit and we mate u3 UJJ JT Jill every effort to see that no garment leaves our store unless it passes our own critical examination. A perfect fitting garment is our best advertisement. We Invite E Pastor Roasts Popular Phrase He Says that the Saying, "Life Is Just One Damn Thing After Another" is Libel on Our Citizenship. Spokane, Wash., Feb. S. "There was a time in the life of Job, when afflic- j tion and trouble fell fast around him. that he might have been justified in quoting that most popular of all mod ern phrases. 'Life is Just One Damn Thing After Another'." said Ilev. D. William J. Hindley, pastor of Pilgrim Congregational church of Spokane, dur ing an address delivered recently be fore over 50O people, who listened with rapt attention throughout. "But when it assumes the proportions of a modern philosophy, adopted by the business world, and tacked on the walls of thou sands of homes and offices, it shows there i3 a reason, namely, the people want a broad religion. "The phrase is a libel on American citizenship and Christianity. Life i wrong when this becomes the motto of all kinds of people in all walks of life. To you who have it lying on your of fice desk or framed in your homes. I say, 'Tear it down, or play the part.' It savors of the teachings of Socrates, and tells of the growth of an unhealthy opinion that this is a devil's world. The poor and the rich alike have ac cepted the grim phrase as a doctrine and a philosophy crystallized. It is almost a household term. "Well meaning and good friends of TWENTY-FIVE CENTS TO STOP THAT ITCH Eczema sufferers who have never tried the oil of wintergreen compound (known as D. D. D. Prescription), are now enabled to get a trial bottle of this recognized remedy at only '2't cents. This is a special offer, this compound having sold for over ten , years in 11.00 bottles. j The oil of witnergreen as compound- j ed with thymol and other healing in-! gredient3 in D. D. D. Prescription is ( now recognized by scientists in both I America and Europe. It takes away I the itch the very moment it is washed . into the skin and the cures all seem to be permanent. At any rate, we assure you that the itch is allayed IXSTNT LY; we know this and VOUCH for it. Hence we specially urge a trial now j while the patient can get a bottle at only 25 cents. Be sure to ask for the oil as properly compounded under the came of D. D. D. Prescription. For sale by Conkey Drug Co., Ninth and Main 6treets. Richmond. Ind. THE FAMOUS ROYAL WELSH CHOIR- 26 Superb Voices! Don't Miss It! An evening of "Glorious Song by the finest Choir ever produced by Wales s o'clock AST THE COLHSEHJIV2 s o-ciocu Reserve Seats 50 ets. Yea in Any Day This Weefe M!fleilkF Ct mine have sent me both caustic and sarcastic comment because I use It as a sermon text. The old theory that everybody was damned to start with, and that acts of nature in the visita tion of disasters that cost life and property were God's punishment, Is passing. You can whip a boy, but not change his opinion. It is the teachings of the old school of theology that God is cruel that paved the way for the change that the phrase, 'Life Is Just One Damn Thing After Another,' is bringing about. The world is be ginning to see things in different lights, and seeks the truth above every thing else." Yon needn't suffer with sick headache. Indi gestion, constipation or any other troubles aris tae from a disordered stomach. Or. Caldwell's cyrup r-epsin wiu cam yon ana seep yon wou. C. W. Jordan. Chas. G. Blanchard. Daniel F. McManus. Charles G. Blanchard, Licensed Em balmer, of 18 years' experience. Is J with Jordan, McManus & Blanchard, j , Funeral Directors. Parlors at 1014 j Main Street. Telephone 2173. Prl- vate Chapel for services. Public Am bulance. TOifflT Prof. Russell AT THE- Y. HI. G. A. Ten Lectures to Men and Women on Gospel off Matthew. Begins tonight at 7:30 O'clock. Gallery to Schoel Cfeilirea fsr 25 cts. Did You near fee Election Returns? Or were you too deaf to catch what was said? Never let anoth er occasion like last night roll around without being prepared to hear every announcement with ease and comfort. The Stolz Electrophone is the deaf person's best friend. 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