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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910.
PAGE FIVE EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. PHONE 1121 CHARMING DANCE. One of the most charming social events for the week was the large dancing party given, last evening In the Odd Fellow's hall by members of the Wednesday Evening Assem bly. About thirty couples were in at tendance. Russell Smith's orchestra of Indianapolis, furnished the dance music. All the women were beautifully gowned for the occasion, this feature adding to the beauty of the party. During the evening punch was served. Letter a buffet luncheon was served, the din ing hall being attractively decorated. Among the dancers were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stimson, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Leeds, Mr. and Mrs. Nettleton Neff, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rupe, Mr. and Mrs. Wickham Corwin. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Rupe, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Rob inson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Kauf man, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Poundstone, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Poundstone, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Comstock, Mr. and Mrs. Byram Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shlveley, Miss Marie Campbell, Mr. George Harnard of New Castle, Miss Juliet Swayne, Mr. Charles Mor gan, Miss Josephine Cates, Mr. Char les Commons. Miss Jane Carson of Indianapolis, Miss Mary Reynolds and j Mr. Edward Williams of Dayton, O., Miss Thomas of Springfield, O., Mr. Carl Bernhardt, Miss Dorothy Vaugh an, Mr. Erman Smith, Mr. Raymond Nicholson, Mr. Warren Clements, Miss Mary Gaar, Mr. Willard Carr, Miss Carolyn Hollingsworth, Mr. Julian Cates. Miss Mildred Gaar, Mr. Burton Carr, Mr. Gath Freeman, Miss Ethel King and Mrs. Fell of New York, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Paul Comstock. MISS BARROWS A SUCCESS. Miss Anna Barrows of New York talked to a large audience last even ing, her subject being, "The Grocery Bill; How to keep it down to the prop er proportion of the Income." In the afternoon she talked about luncheons giving splendid demonstrations. She said in part that it was almost impos sible to have a set rule in procuring household supplies as the demands of the families vary. This afternoon another demonstra tion will be given. Dinner, Soup, Fish, Poultry,1 Vegetables and Deserts. J J Jt GIVEN A SURPRISE. A delightful birthday party was giv en recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eubank in Benton Heights, in honor of their daughter Helen's seventh birthday anniversary. The hours were from two until four o'clock. Games and a social hour was enjoyed by all. A luncheon in two courses was served. In the center of the table a miniature cabin built of fairy sticks was placed. The different rooms where the guests were entertained were beautifully decorated with flags in memory of Washington. Souvenir hatchets were given as favors. The hostess received a number of presents and post cards. Those present were: Edna Dinger, Alsa Minor, Violet Smith, Doras Schneider, Inez Hough, Juanita Wickett, Ethel Thomas, Rob erta Wilkins, Thelma Ryan, Edna Al bin, Ruth Miller, Elizabeth Hazard, Hazel Albin, Dorothy Cockerel, Odessa Darnell, Geneva Snyder, Edith Harris, Marcia Wynn, Harriet Hart, Jennie Borton. Bessie Fuller, Alice Eubank, Elizabeth Borton and Helen Eubank. 3 MIDGET WEDDING. A beautiful wedding was celebrated last evening in the Second Presbyter Ian church. The bride was little Miss Lelah Hamilton and the groom Mast er Fred Warner. The bride wore an elegant white gown. Her veil was fas tened with a wreath of blossoms. Miss Gladys Wilkinson was maid of honor, she being also attractively gowned in a lingerie dress. The bride's maids were Intimate friends of the bride and were: Miss Audrey Roller and Marion Handley. The groom was attended by Mr. Paul Kelsey, best man. The ush ers were Master William Mendenhall and Master Kenneth Karch. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. Mr. her home. The guests will number Rnhert Jackson. ' After the ceremony twenty. The program will be given refreshments were served. The guests Disease attacks only those Who are susceptible to it, Because of a weakened Condition of the body Generally due to wrong food. Grape-Nuts food is made Of whole wheat and barley, Scientifically employing Moisture, time and heat Nature's own way of changing The starch of the grains To a form of sugar (the Most digestible food known) Which a weakened human system Can absorb and use to build Itself back to sturdy strength. Proper food will generally Put disease to flight. Read "The Road to Wellville," in packages. "There's a Reason" were: Bride's parents, Georgia Stoughton, James Sackman; groom's parents, Florence Strauss, Paul Jackson: grandparents. Hazel Underbill, Harold Ault; minister and wife, Bernice Weaver. Robert Jackson; cousins to the bride, Helen Sackman, Thelma De light Thomas; aunties, Mildred Un derbill. Marguerite Ault. Ruby Hat Held, Walter Moss, Frances Mayhew, Willard Roller, Martha Handley. Paul Benham, Edith Savage, Webber Rank in, Loraine Long, Harold Ruble, Mary Guyton, Chas. Elliott, Audrey Guyton. Elmer Kelley, Irma Williams, Clifford Schafer, Beulah Guyton, Daniel Weav er. Waitresses, Mildred Lowe, Kthel Graham, Ruth Walters, Estella Har ris. At the close of the affair a- program consisting of recitations and solos was given by Robert Jackson, Marguerite and Harold Ault, Thelma Thomas, Paul Jackson, Fred Warner and Lelah Hamilton. Jl J J MISS GENNETT HOSTESS. At the bridge party given yesterday afternoon by Miss Rose Gennett at her home on East Main street, Miss Pearl Hasecoster, Miss Thomas of Springfield. 'Miss Marie Campbell and Miss Mildred Gaar were given the fa vors. The party was in honor of Miss Thomas of Springfield, Ohio. Miss Jane Carson of Indianapolis and Miss Mary Reynolds of Dayton, Ohio, were among the out of town guests. A list of the town guests appeared in Wed nesday's edition. TO GIVE DANCE. Members of a club known as the "Fuzz-Buzz" club will give a dance Friday evening March eighteenth in the Odd Fellow s hall. The affair will be in the nature., of a St. Patrick's dance. A committee composed . of Mr. Charles Buhl, Mr. Fred Bollmeyer and Mr. Paul Garver is in charge. ROUND TABLE. Miss Anna Barrows of New York, who is lecturing at 824 Main street, under 'the auspices of the Domestic Science association has arranged for a "Hound Table to be held Friday morning at ten o'clock. No admission fee will be asked. The women of the city are cordially invited to attend. At this time any questions that may be asked by the women pertaining to domestic science will be answered by Miss Barrows. It is hoped that a num ber of the women will avail themsel ves of this opportunity. J j js fS IN SPRINGFIELD. Mrs. Edgar M. Haas has gone to Springfield, Ohio, for a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Smith. MUSICAL A SUCCESS. A charming musical event for Wed nesday was the excellent concert giv en in the evening at the First Pres byterian church by the Woman's Aid society. Miss Louise Mather, Miss Thelma Schillinger and Miss Ruth Scott distributed the programs. The program was arranged by Mrs. Will Earhart, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. How ard Dill and Miss Susan Kelsey and was one of the best ever given in this city. All the people participating in the enjoyable affair are among the leading musicians of this city. Mrs. Fred Miller and Miss Alice Knollen berg were the accompanists. The program announced recently was changed somewhat. Mr. Frank Braf fett singing first and the numbers by the quartet composed of Mrs. Krueger, Mrs. Otto Krone, Mrs. Earhart and Mrs. Longnecker following. Mr. Braf fett sang "The Trumpeter" by Wil helm Speier in his usual charming manner. At the close of the number he received a hearty applause from the appreciative audience. Miss Mar guerite Doan, a promising young mu sician played Variations on the Name "Abegg" Op. 1 by Schumann. Perhaps one of the most attractive features of the entire program were the readings: (a) The Child in the Garden Van Dyke (b The Toys Coventry Pat more (c) Grand mither Think not I Forget Willa Siebert Cather by Mrs. Howard A. Dill. Miss Kirk patriok, a noted violinist and a pupil of Professor Hicks played Ballade Polonaise Op. US by W. Vieuxtemps. Mrs. Fred Hartel sang "Du Bist Wie Eine Blnme" by Cantor and "Be cause." Mrs. Bartel, according to the program was to have sung "Love's Springtime," but this number was not given. When Mr. Leroy Laeey made his ap pearance he was greeted with repeat ed applause. He sang in his usual pleasing manner "Mavourneen" by Long. Mr. Lacey was forced to re spond to an encore. The last num bers on the program were given by the quartet. A large number of per sons were in attendance, despite the fact that a number of other important events were scheduled for last even ing. The church was beautifully deco rated with red and white carnations, palms, ferns and candles. J J Jl DANCE THIS EVENING. A dance will be given this evening in the Odd Fellow's hall by a num ber of young men who attend the business college. The affair promises to be enjoyable. J J J MUSICAL THIS EVENING. In honor of Miss Ruth Garver of Tippecanoe City, Mrs. Walter, Garv er will give a musical this erening at by Mr. Iemy Lacey, Miss Garver, Miss Marguerite Doan and Mrs. Harry Doan. jS J CLUB NOTES HOME CIRCLE. The Lutheran Home Circle of the St. Paul's Lutheran church will not meet Friday afternoon as is the usual custom. The meeting has been de ferred one week. ATHENAEA SOCIETY. The Athenaea Literary society will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. A. M. Gardner at her home, 315 Pearl street. According to the year book the program will be as follows: Famous Libraries of Antiquity Eli za Hiatt. Great Modern Libraries Mary Johnson. Discussion, New Books Katherine Schneider. W. C. T. U. MEETING. The Mary Hill, W. C. T. U. will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Hill at her home, 1118 Hunt street. All members are urged to be present. s & tl AID SOCIETY MEETING. The Woman's Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock in the church parlors. All members are urged to be present as this is the annual meeting and election of offi cers will be held at this time. tS fi jC FRAfMCIS willard. The Francis Willard W. C. T. U. will not meet Friday afternoon. The meeting has been postponed one week. All members are asked to take note of this announcement. aS JOLLY TWELVE EUCHRE CLUB. The members of the Jolly Twelve Euchre club were entertained in a charming manner, Wednesday after noon by Mrs. William Urban at her home on North D street. Point euchre was played at three tables. Favors were given to Mrs. John Etter, Mrs. Louis Morrell, Mrs. Walter Senior and Mrs.- Roy Wyman. Mrs. Edward Schram was a guest for the afternoon. At the close of the game an elegant luncheon in three courses was served. In two weeks Mrs. King will enter tain the club at her home on Crossall street. GOOD CHEER CLUB. A pleasant meeting of the Good Cheer club was held Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. Frank Mur- ley, north of the city. Thirteen mem bers were in attendance. The guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Alice Markley and Miss Dora Hayden Needlework and social conversation were features of the afternoon. Mrs. James Cook gave a reading entitled, "Two Ways of Handling a Wife." At the close of the affair a lunch was served. In two weeks Mrs. Charles Smith entertains the club. PANSY CLUB POSTPONED. The Pansey club will not meet Fri day afternoon, on account of the ill ness of several members. The next meeting will be held in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Westenberg, 411 Kinsey street. 1 HELEN TAFT CLUB. The Helen Taft Sewing circle will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Sul livan at her home on North West Fourth street. All members are urg ed to attend the meeting. J BUSINESS MEETING. The West End Aid" society of the First Christian church held a bust ness meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Thompson on Randolph street. An Easter mar ket will be given by the organization in the near future. J PENNY CLUB. Mrs. George Bishop entertained the members of the Penny club yesterday afternoon at her home on North Sev enth street. The time was sient in quilting. Mrs. Irwin Brown entertains the club in two weeks. j MRS. REID HOSTESS. Mrs. George A. Reid was hostess yesterday afternoon for a meeting of the Wednesday club at her home on South Fourth street. Euchre was played at three tables. Mrs. Harry Meek, Mrs. Walter Snaveley and Mrs. Reid were given the favors. In two weeks" Mrs. Frank Water will enter tain the club at her home in the Mc Conaha flats. Jt . PROGRAM OMITTED. Owing to the death of Mrs. Charles S'aera, the program was not given 'at yesterday's meeting of the First Meth- j odist Foreign Missionary society, held 1 at the home of Mrs. Mark O'Hara. Only business matters were consid ered. WEDNESDAY DUPLICATE CLUB. Members of the Wednesday Dupli cate hist club were entertained yes terday afternoon by Mrs. J. M. Lontz at her home in Westcott Place. Whist was played at two tables. Luncheon was served after the game. 8 WOMAN'S ORGANIZATION. Mrs. L. A. Mote was hots teas yester day afternoon for a meeting of the Woman's Organization of the First Baptist church at her home on South Eleventh street. Papers were read by Mrs. Addison Parker and Mrs. Leit-er. PURE FOODS AND ONES PURE MEDI- mean better, healthier, happier people. It has been proved, however, that all medicines are not adulterated and worthless any more than ara all food products. The wheat has been sifted from the chaff, and such medicines as Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. which is made from roots and herbs and complies with all condition? of the Pure Food and Drugs Law, will continue to hold its place as the stand ard American remedy for female Ills. 8T1 Mahala: ? Gold Medal Flour saves worrv. IlEPZIBAH. 7io iftla St- ic5moi IJttfVV soi.p oasts 03 G3Q05) SJ PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Poultry Feed THE GOOD KIND That makes them cackle RICHMOND FEED STORE 11-1 J N. ttfc 21M Just received a new line of Shirt Waists. Cor set Covers and Muslin Underwear. JOSIE GOODRICH FIFTH AND MAIN STS. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Rheumatism A Hoiur Cure Will Be Oiven KREK By One Who Had It. In the spring: of 1S93 I was at tacked by Muscular and Inflamma tory Rheumatism. I suffered as only those who have H know, lor over throe years. I tried reim-dv after remedy, and doctor after doc tor, but such relief as T received was only temporary. Finallv, I found a remedy that cured me com pletely, and it has never returned. I have given it to a number who were terribly afflicted and even bed ridden with Rheumatism, and it effected a cure in everv case. I will send a free trial of this precious remedy by mail, postpaid to any sufferer who writes for it. Just fill out the coupon below and mail it to me today. Mark H. Jackson, No. 4SS James Street, Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. Jackson is responsible. Above statement true. Pub. Name . Address The Spirit Of Spring Has Entered Into Our Cloak, Suit, Waist and Skirt Department ALL THE NEWEST THAT THE SPRING AND EASTER MARKETS HAVE CREATED FOR CRITICAL WOMEN ARE FOUND IN A BEAUTIFUL ARRAY OF PERFECTLY TAILORED MODELS. THE SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS ARE ALL THIS SEASON'S NEWEST IDEAS, SHOWING SUITS IN COAT LENGTHS. THE LOW ROLLING REVERES, IN AMERICANIZED RUSSIAN BLOUSES AND' BELTED EFFECTS. THE COAT SUITS ARE MADE IN LIGHT WEIGHT DIAG ONALS, FINE SERGES, MANNISH CLOTHS, SHEPHERD PLAIDS, IN COLORS GREY, TANS, NAVY, RESEDA, HOLLAND BLUE; THE PRICES RANGE FROM $14.00 to $50.00 Attractive Long Coats and Jackets SEEM TO HOLD VOGUE AMONG THE GOOD DRESSERS THIS YEAR. THEY ARE SHOWN IN COVERTS. MIXTURES, STRIPES. NAVY AND BLACK. EVERY LINE ABOUT THEM HAS A PURPOSE IN FORMING THE LONG SLENDER OUT LINES OF THE SEMI-FITTING STYLES TO THE LENGTH OF THE REVERES. AND FIT OF THE COLLAR. i LONG SILK COATS ARE SHOWN IN A SPLENDID VARIETY AND ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES: THEY ARE SHOWN IN PONGEES. SHUNTUNGS AND SILK POPLINS, ALL THE POPULAR COLORS. SEE THE DISPLAY. SKIRTS HERE UNDOUBTEDLY IS ONE OF THE LARGEST DISPLAYS OF WOMEN'S SKIRTS EVER SHOWN BY THIS HOUSE. NOT ONLY THE LARGEST, BUT THE GREATEST VARIETY OF SHADES, COLORS AND STYLES ARE HERE: THEY COME IN PANAMAS, SERGES. DIAGONALS AND SHEPHERD CHECKS, AND VARIOUS OTHER WEAVES. ALSO A FULL LINE OF MOTOR AND STORM COATS AND A LARGE LINE OF CHILDREN'S AND JUNIOR COATS. Geo.H.Knollenber