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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 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. MRS. CRAIGHEAD ENTERTAINED. Mrs. Milton 13. Craighead entertain ed with a Valentine party yesterday afternoon at her home on North Eighth street, in honor of her guests Miss Jennie Carson and Miss Cath erine Cooper of Indianapolis. The house was decorated with red hearts. The game of hearts was played at three tables. Mrs. W. R. Poundstone was presented with the favor, a cor sage bouquet of sweet peas. At the conclusion of the afternoon's festiv ities a -dainty luncheon was served. The guests were: Miss Mary Gaar, Miss Mildred Gaar, Miss Agnes Twigg, Miss Mary Dickinson, Miss Fannie Jones, Miss Ruth Kinsey, Miss Opal Husson, Miss Ruth Thistle thwaite, Miss Dorothy Vaughan and Mrs. V. R. Poundstone. MASQUERADE DANCE. One of the most charming dancing parties of the season was given last evening in the Odd Fellows hall by the members of the Monday Evening Dancing club. The affair was in the nature of a Valentine Masquerade. A number of handsome costumes were worn. Some dating back to the style of costume worn in the day of George nnd Martha Washington. Mr. How ard Hunt, Mr. Walker Land and Mr. Rush Bowman were dressed as clowns. They attracted considerable attention by their absurd antics. The members of the club are: Dr. and Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. George Seidel, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Ben jamin Hiser, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lemon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kolp, Mr. and Mrs. Myrick, Mr. and Mrs. George Eg Kcmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dill, Mr. and Mrs. James Judson, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Craighead, Dr. and Mrs. Grosvenor, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robin son, Mr. and Mrs. Piatt Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Rindt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gennett, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gennett, Mr. and Mrs. William Dudley Foulke, Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Markley, Mr. - Howard Campbell, Mrs. George Williams, Mr. Rudolph Hill, Dr. Kirkpatrick, Dr. Chattin, Dr. Martin, Mr. Henry Lieb hardt, Mr. Omar Whelan, Mr. Haines, Mr. Harry Kates, Mr. Wayland Kel scy, Mr. Rush Bowman, Mr. Howard Hunt, Mr. Walker Land and Mr. Cliff Price, Miss Bertha Larsh, Miss Mar guerite Hill, Miss Nellie Morrow, Miss Edna Johnson, Mrs. P. W. Smith, Mrs. John Lontz, Mrs. Oliver Gaar, Mrs. Maude Eggemeyer, Miss Susan Kel sey and Miss Mary Jay. j J J HAVE RETURNED. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Martin have returned from a wedding trip to India napolis and Fowler, Indiana. They will be at home to their many friends at 217 South Thirteenth street, until May first, after which time they will take up a residence at 3S North Fifth street. Mrs. Martin was formerly Mrs. Lillian Russell Stout BOB-SLED PARTY. The 1912 Normal class of St. Paul Sunday school of South Seventh street gave a very enjoyable bob-sled party Monday evening. Afterward they were pleasantly entertained at the home of Miss Marguerite Hasemeier with mu sic and games. A lunch was also served. The chaperones were Miss Al ma Steen. Miss Elizabeth Hasemeier and Miss Hilda Miller. Those attend ing were as follows: Marguerite Hase meier, Bora Hackman, Mary Essma ker, Ruby Miller, Marie Mulk, Elsie Hawekotte, Edna Sittloh. Elsie Miller, Edith Runge, Ethel Huber, Abbie Webb, Morra Wettig, Elnora Swan dorf, Mable Hasemeier. Walter Pol entz, Thomas Saylick, James Benfelt, Earl Allen, Harry Thoman, Howard Beckman, Reinbardt Burkhart, Frank Many persons Who can't drink coffee Without lying awake at night Find that Postum Agrees with them perfectly. The important thing, Is to boil Postum At least 15 minutes so that Its flavour and food value May be obtained. When made right And taken hot With good cream and sugar To suit one's taste Postum is delicious. Made of wheat, it contains No drug or harmful substance. Try Postum 10 days While you leave off coffee With its drugcaffeine. "There's a Reason" POSTVM CEREAL COMPANY, Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. Laykamp, Will Wlest, Bernhart Knol-1 lenburg, Howard Elstro, Ralph Hase meier, Howard Steinkamp, Raymond Sperling. 5S NEIGHBORHOOD PARTY. Mrs. Nettleton Neff, entertained with a neighborhood party last even ing at her home, 36 South Fifteenth street. A Valentine box was a feature of the evening's amusements. The guests numbered twelve. Luncheon was served. t2& INDOOR PICNIC. Mr. S. H. Jones, assistant super intendent of the Sunday school of the First Methodist church will give an indoor picnic this evening at the church in honor of Mrs. Arthur Curme's Sunday school class, whicii is composed of fifteen girls. The af fair promises to be most enjoyable. The members of the class are: Miss Marjorie Curme, Miss Grace Shera, Miss Corinne Wilson, Miss Hazel Piatt, Miss Ethel Graham, Miss Mary Bulla, Miss Margaret Cones, Miss Mil dred Dilks, Miss Lela Manford, Miss Irma Wilkens, Miss Lucile Hunt, Miss Helen Kepler, Miss Helen Cring, Miss Irene Gormon and Miss Blanch Ireton. VALENTINE PARTY. Last evening the Young People's Missionary society of the First Meth odist church gave a Valentine party in the church parlors. About thirty persons were in attendance. Games, such as matching hearts, reading val entine sayings, etc., made the even ing a most pleasant one. Refresh ments were served at the close of the affair. Preceding the social, a short business session of the society was held. tC 8 THEATER PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Crawford and Mrs. Omar Murray formed a box party at the Murray theater last evening. t?4 A GUEST HERE. Mrs. Moore of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs. Piatt Robinson for a few days. tr TO CINCINNATI. Mrs. J. M. Gaar and Mrs. Jeannette G. Leeds went to Cincinnati this af ternoon for a few days stay. TO GO TO EUROPE. "Miss Pauline Haas who is visiting Mrs. George Fox of South Fifteenth street expects to leave soon for Eu rope. She will spend most of her time in Germany. ENTERTAINED GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Matlock enter tained in a charming manner recently at their home on South Fifth street. 1 The evening was spent in a social manner. Refreshments were served. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam McClellan, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Voss, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Driftmeyer and Mrs. Grace Myrick. ELKS TO GIVE DANCE. Friday evening the Elks will give their initial dance of the season in the club rooms. This will probably be one of the most important social events for the week. J 4 J MRS. SCOTT HOSTESS. Mrs. Augusta Scott was hostess for a Valentine social yesterday after noon at her home on North Tenth street, given by the Ladies Aid soci ety of the Reid Memorial church. About forty-five persons Including members were in attendance. The house was attractively decorated ap propriate to the day. Red hearts were used in profusion. The dining room was also decorated with red, a few flowers being used in this apart ment. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Frank Glass, Mrs. George Ball and Mrs. George Ballinger. Games and social conver sation were the features. During the afternoon Misses Martha and Ruth Scott presented a musical program, consisting of piano and violin num bers. Later refreshments were serv ed. This was one of the most success ful social affairs ever attempted by the organization. 4 J J WILL GO TO EUROPE. Miss Dora Wallace, whose home is in Milton, but who Is teaching this year at Connersville will spend the summer in Europe. Miss Wallace has a large circle of friends in this city. J J teenth street. Members are invited to be present. j j . OBSERVE "GUEST DAY." Guest day was observed Monday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. J. II. Mills on South Tenth street. The meeting was to have been held at the home of Mrs. Holton, but a change was necessitated on account of illness. The function was also in the nature of a Valentine party. Each, member was permitted to Invite a guest. Roll call was responded to with quotations read from Valentines which had been presented each guest by the hostess. Mrs. Mills gave a musical monologue accompanied by Mrs. Frank I. Reed. Refreshments were served. Mrs. E. S. Curtis will entertain the club next week. t5 ALL DAY MEETING. An all day meeting of the Woman's Aid society of the Reid Memorial hos pital is called for Thursday, February seventeenth at the home of Mrs. Frank Glass on East Main street. The session will begin at nine o'clock, the entire day to be devoted to needle work. All members are urged to be present and bring a lunch. jtf REHEARSAL THIS EVENING. The May Festival chorus will hold a rehearsal this evening in the First Presbyterian church at seven o'clock. All members of the chorus are urged to attend. J Jt J PENNY CLUB MEETING. The Penny club will meet Wednes day afternoon with Mrs. C. K. Barnes at her home, 104 Fort Wayne avenue. Lunch will be served. Members are all invited to be present. J j j MEETING CHANGED. The Home Economic Study club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Adams of South Thirteenth street. The meeting was to have been held with Mrs. Addington of Glen View. WILL CONTINUE LESSONS. Mrs. Charles Kolp's dancing class MILD WASH CURES ECZEMA Ordinary oil of wintergreen, mixed with thymol, glycerine and other in gredients, is known to cure Bkin dis eases. This prescription, known as D. D. D. prescription can now be ob tained on a special offer in a 25c bot tle. That a permanent cure can be ef fected by the first bottle we cannot guarantee. But ten years of exper ience have shown us that every suffer er gets instant relief from the Itch; you will feel soothed and refreshed at or.ce. Call at our store and we shall be glad to tell you more about this stand ard eczema cure. Be sure to ask for the right name: D. D. D. Prescription. For sale by Conkey Drug Co., 9th and Main St., Richmond, Ind. which meets Friday evenings in the Odd Fellow's hall will continue meet ing for three weeks longer. A num ber of new dances will be Introduced by Mrs. Kolp. & J J DORCAS SOCIETY. Election of officers was held at yesterday's meeting of the Dorcas so- CltlJ , W UHU iilL til LiiC llVJIiHr Ui i'Ua. Oliver Nusbaum on North Thirteenth street. The election resulted as fol lows: President Mrs. Henry Hieger. Vice President Mrs. Albert Host. Secretary Mrs. Emma Crivel. Treasurer Mrs. Williams. A portion of the time was 6pent in needlework. After lunch had been served, the yearly report of the so ciety was read. The report was very satisfactory, showing the year to have been most successful. Miss Haas, who is the guest of Mrs. George Fox, Mrs. F. W. Krueger and Mrs. Howard Grottendick of Kokomo, Indiana, were guests of the society. Mrs. Albert Rost will entertain the next meeting. ENTERTAINS CLUB MEMBERS. Mrs. George Knight entertained the members of the Alice Carey club Monday at her home on South Twelfth street in celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Knight's wedding annivers ary. The house was decorated appro priate to the day. Dinner was served to fourteen persons. Mrs. Carl Knight was the only guest of the club. In the dining room, red hearts, ferns and red carnations were used in decorat ing. The affair was most delightful in every particular. A M'CLURG LECTURE Free of Charge Will Be Deliv ered at Earlham Col lege Tonight. A CAPTIVATING SPEAKER Of Mr. Gilbert McClurg's free ster eopticon lecture to be given at Earl ham, tonight, Samuel H. Kerfoot. chairman of the Chicago Historical society, says the following: "Many friends of mine who heard Mr. McClurg at the Chicago Histori cal society have spoken to me most enthusiastically of the charm of his lecture and rare beauty of his pic tures. Many of them had heard Stod dard. Holmes and Eliuendorf and told me that they had never enjoyed any lecture so thoroughly as they did Mr. McClurg's lecture on Texas, and some of them were so captivated that they went to the Chicago Athletic club where he later lectured so as to re peat the pleasure which they had had in listening to him and seeing his re markable pictures at the Historical society." "Xo state is too far away from Chi cago, for a Chicago Historical society audience to listen to its story, when its history and natural advantages are depicted by the McClurg tongue and camera." TO ATTEND REVIVAL EXCHANGE. . Get your home made pies, cakes, bread, etc., at the East End Exchange. Fresh every day. Haner and Wilcox, 1607 Main St. 14-lmo Arrangements are being made by the members of the First M. E. church of this city to send a large delegaMon to Cambridge City Wednesday evening on the special car to attend the revival meeting which will be conducted by j the Rev. Hobson. The special lner- urban will leave Richmond at t!:W ' o'clock on Wednesday evening and will , remain at Cambridge until after the i services, returning to this city imme i diately after the meeting, for the con venience of those who do not desire to remain over night. The meetings will be held in the opera house at Cam bridge and will continue throughout the week, beginning today. An invit ation is extended to all to go on the special car, the privilege not being confined to members of the First M. E. church. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Yon needn't suffer with tick headache, lndf- Cestion. constipation or any other troubles aris iff from a disordered stomacb. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will cure you and keep you welL Try it keep it on hand the rear around. Substantial Dining Room Table At a February Price See our great Table floor on sec tion entirely tables, in every grade at every price. Buy today at February savings. 6 Golden Oak 42-inch, 6 ft. square Tables, $12.00 values, on sale now at $8.80 and $9.50. 6 Round Top Pedestal Dining Ta bles, 42 to 45 inch. Golden or Early English finish Tables worth $14.00, S16.C0 up to $20.00, now selling at $10.80, $12.60 and $16.00. Other styles in Square Victor Tables Including the newest Tyden lock Ped estal Tables ranging in price from $19.00, $27.00, $35.00 and upward. Save from 20 per cent and upward on your housef urnish-ings. You're Welcome Always Cor. Ninth and Ktein Sts. A HEW SHOE STORE C. B. Beck will open a new shoe store in the room at TOT Main street in the Colonial building formerly occupied by Watson & Co., about April 1. The new firm will be known as the C. B. Beck Shoe Company. Associated with Mr. Beck in the enterprise will be Bent Wilson of Cambridge City. A com plete and up to date stock will be in stalled. Mr. Beck has had eighteen years exjerience on the road as sales man for shoes and rubbers. A Consistent Reason. Brooks So you're not taking the elec trical treatment? Lynn No; they charged me too much. Harper's. Annabel? l'se Gold Medal Flour for your pastry. Gebaxdimb. Seasonable Rexall Remedies Grippe Pills 25 cents. Cold, Tablets 15 cents. Cherry Juice 23 and 43 cents. Bronchial Lozenges. 10 cents. Orderlies, 10 and 25 cents. Kidney Pills, 25 cents. Kidney Remedy, 50 and 75 cents. Baby Cough Syrup. 25 cents. Mucu-Tone, tor catarrh. 1.0 and 9 cents. Catarrh Jelly, 25 cents. Sold only at Adams' Drug Store, 6th and Main. The Rexall Store PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. CLUB NOTES LADIES AID SOCIETY. The Ladies Aid society of the First Methodist church will meet Thurs day afternoon in the church parlors. A good attendance of members is de sired. J J TICKNOR CLUB. Mrs. William Earhart was hostess Monday afternoon for a meeting of the Ticknor club at her home on North C street The study of Shake speare's Richard II was continued at this time. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John B. Dougan. J j j DUPLICATE WHIST CLUB. The Wednesday Duplicate Whist club will meet this week with Mrs. W. K. Bradbury, , 30S North Four- tCMOILJLJEFIB SOW SECMM Genuine Mirage Silk Sale Friday Genuine Mirage Silk Sale Friday Mirage Silk, Probably the Most Extensively Adverflisedl Silk in America at $1.35 , On Sale Friday Morning alt roS ro v7 YARD Dressmakers, Out of Town Merchants and all Women Participating in Friday's Large Disposal of Mirage Silks Will Share in One of the Greatest Economies of the Season 25 Newest Shades Represent the Assortment See Them In Our Large Center Window Silver, Natural, Ashes, Reseda, Cedar, New Blue, Mode, Helio, Gold, Olive, Black, Bluet, Copper, Delft, Old Rose, Grey, Mulberry, Fuchsia, Leather, Brown, Navy, Myrtle, Cream, Green and Tan. Mirage Silk dates back only five years, but in that time it has become famous. In the midst of its succes and at just the right season, we are going to sell this assortment at only 88c per yard. The Mirage Silk is the improved Silk not having the heavy nubs woven through nor has it, the heavy satin face. It is a soft silk finish and at the same time a firm texture for dress or tailoring. The adaptability of Mirage Silk for gowns is almost unlimited, with a saving of 47c per yard. Be on hand early Friday to get your share of the sacrificed Silk as this sale in all probability cannot be duplicated. The (Geo. H. IKmiofllleimlbergi Commpsiimy No goods sold or taken oat of wisdow before Friday.