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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRA3I, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1910. EDITED BY ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. PHONE 1121 Best Hair Tonic All Over America, the News of the Marvelous Dandruff Cures of Parisian Sage has Spread. A few years ago there was Introduc ed into America a cure for dandruff, falling hair and all scalp diesases. News of the quick action of this wonderful lnvigorator spread rapidly. And today without any sensational or untrue advertising. Parisian Sage Is used extensively in almost every town in America. And what has pro duced this great demand? Simply this: Parisian Sago does just what we are MRS. POUNDSTONE ENTERTAINS. A St. Patrick's day party was giv en this afternoon by Mrs. W. Ramsey Poundstone at her home on South Thirteenth street. The guests were entertained in the parlor and living rooms. Richmond, and Kilarney roses were the flowers used in decorating. Palms were also used effectively. The electric light bulbs were t shaded with green paper. Brass candle sticks holding green waxen tapers were utilized in illuminating. The fa vors were shamrocks. Bridge whist was played at five tables. Three fa vors, in keeping with the day were presented. The tally cards were or namented with the green. After the game a luncheon was served. The guests were: Miss Ruby Haner, Miss Rose Gennett, Miss Agnes Twigg, Miss Mary Gaar, Miss Margaret Starr, Miss Mildred Gaar, Miss Fannie Jones, Miss Dorothy Vaughan, Miss Ruth Kinsey, Miss Mary Dickinson, Miss Mary Dickinson, Mrs. Roy Compton, Miss Katherine Schneider, Miss Opal Husson, Mrs. Rudolph G. Leeds, Mrs. Thomas M. Kaufman, Mrs. Wickham Corwin, Mrs. Dudley Elmer, Mrs. Byram Robbins and Mrs. Ray Shiveley. jt St J RECITAL AT EARLHAM. A recital will be given Friday af ternoon at three-thirty o'clock in Phoenix hall by music pupils of Miss Laicy Francisco. All the students who did not participate in the musical given in December will be on the program tomorrow. The public is in vited to attend. J J A SHOWER FOR MISS CATES. An attractive social event for yes terday appropriate to St. Patrick was t!ie shower given by Mrs. L. M. Jones r pr home on North Eleventh street - -rr of Miss Josephine Cates, M be married next month to .' rbert Lahr of Evansville, Ind. ouse presented a beautiful ap aiance with Its very attractive em bellishments. The rooms were orna mented wlth-smllax, sweet peas and shamrocks.- Green tinted shades were placed over the electric light bulbs. Fairy lamps were also used in ' illuminating the apartments. A large basket decorated with green was placed in the hall and as each guest entered a gift for the bride elect was dropped in the basket, these being opened after the game of bridge which was played at several tables. The tally cards were appropriate to St Patrick. Miss Cates and Mrs. Rudolph G. Leeds, were given the fa - vors. After the game a repast in several courses was served at small tables in the dining room. These were ornamented with sweet peas and s.mi lax. The place cards were hand paint ed shamrocks., In the center of each table a miniature bride seated in a cart which was drawn by two green pigs, was placed. This was one of the most charming events, of the early spring eason. The Invited guests were: Miss Edith Nicholson, Miss Marie Campbell, Miss Juliet Swayne, Miss Fannie Jones, Miss Rose Gennett, Miss Doro thy Vaughan, Miss Cates, Mrs.' George Dilks, Jr., Miss Carolyn Hollings worth, Mrs. Dudley Elmer, Mrs. Ray K. Shiveley, Mrs. Rudolph G. Leeds, Mrs. Pyram Robbins, Mrs. Wilbur Hibberd, Mrs. Milton Craighead, Mrs. Wickham Corwin, Mrs. Thomas Kauf man, Mrs. Frederick Carr, Mrs. Rich ard Study and Mrs. Ray Holton. Mrs. Jones was assisted by her sister, Miss Forkner. .Miss Cates will be honored again Friday afternoon when Mrs. John Shroyer gives a shower for her ' and Miss Stutson. , J J J PLAYED AT HIGH MASS. Miss Alma. Pfafflin, organist at St; Mary's church played "All Praise Saint Patrick" with variations, this morning at High Mass. Miss Pfafflin is a well known musician of this city. She studies at the Indianapolis Con servatory of Music. J J J WEDDING AT EATON. A pretty home wedding, that of Mr. James Bechtol and Miss Gertrude Dwlre, both of Eaton. Ohio, took place Wednesday night at eight o'clock at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Rebecca Dwlre, In South Cherry street. The Rev. Hugh A. Smith, of the Eaton Christian .church, officiated. Only a few of the young people's friends were in attendance. Miss Grace Miller and Mr. John Mey ers, of this city were the only at tendants. Following the ceremony a delightful dinner was served the guests and showers of congratula- People who don't eat meat can eat and grow plump on Grape - Huts Fact! Grape-Nuis is scientifi cally correct food. "There's a Recsca" tlons were given tne oriuai u. They will reside in Eaton, where a new home has been built by the groom. J& J J& MISS GAAR HOSTESS. Miss Mary Gaar will entertain Fri- ..... i j . day, March twenty-imn msieau u Tuesday, March twenty-ninth, as for merly announced. Jw DANCE AT NEW CASTLE. Several persons from this city will attend the dance to be given this ev ening in the K. of P. hall by the Kap pa Alpha Phi. This promises to De the largest dance since the old as sembly balls. The 'original comedy, "Boys" which will be played before the dance, is not only a home talent I production, but is the work or two New Castle boys. This will com mence promptly at eight o'clock. The Theodore Ellis orchestra, one or tne best in the state, has been procured. jM Jit j GUESTS HERE. Misses . Shyloh and Jeannette Van Meter of Cambridge City were guests of Miss Hazel Thomas last evening for a few hours. jf ifi MRS. TRUEBLOOD A GUEST. Mrs. Leonard Clark entertained about fifty guests this afternoon at her home in North Morgan street. It was in the nature of a St. Patrick's day party, and the color scheme was in green and white. The rooms were beautifully decorated in sweetpeas and smilax. and green candles were used. The color scheme was carried out in the refreshments, shamrocks being used freely. Green carnations were given as favors. The . hours were from two to three and three thirty to six. The out of town guests were Mrs. E. P. Trueblood of Rich mond; Mrs. II. H. Henley and Mrs. Jesse Henley of Carthage and Mrs. W. J. Porter of Conner sville. Rush ville Republican. a8 ST. PATRICK'S DANCE. The St. Patrick's dance to be given this evening at Cambridge City by a number of young people promises to be a most charming affair. The dec orations will be in keeping with the day. Several from town have receiv ed invitations. - - - J jt t -l GUESTS AT MUNCIE. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McConaha of Richmond spent yesterday in Muncie and were accompanied home by Miss Medora Hopkins making the trip in an automobile. Muncie Star. WILL RETURN SUNDAY. Mrs. Charles Kirk, who has been spending several weeks in Spring field, fphio, the guest of relatives, is expected home Sunday. NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT. Much pleasurable anticipation sur rounds the vaudeville entertainment to be given under the auspices of the young women of the W. C. A. at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium on the even ing of April 5. There will be ten turns, five of which will be furnished by the girls from the gymnasium classes, in, ex hibitions of fancy club swinging. marching, fancy and folk dances, etc., while a black face minstrel show, by a number of prominent society girls will be a very novel feature of this charming entertainment Miss Olive Thomas, whose cleverness in arrang ing and participating in specialties of this kind is well known, is in charge of this part of the entertainment, and aprogram of up-to-date and catchy numbers is being arranged and re hearsed. Misses Charlotte Van Aus day, Margaret Matthews, Harriett Welliver and Henrietta Graves will be the end men. while others in the minstrel performance will include Misses Anna Lee Brown, Margery James, Ruth Williams, Mary Rey nolds, Hazel Carr, Mrs. Will Ritter, Helen Turpin and Mildred Hanna. The program for the evening will also include songs by Kendall Evans, Cecil Mason and Miss Van Ausdal, and other Interesting features are be ing added. The "shadowgraph" will be in charge of Miss Anna Loy May, and there will be many pleasing nov elties which will render this an ex ceptionally attractive entertainment. Dayton News. Miss Reynolds often visits in this city. "J JC DANCE LAST EVENING. Members of the Wednesday Even ing Assembly enjoyed a dance last ev ening in the Odd Fellow s hall. This was the last meeting for the season. J J jt telling the readers of the Palladium tain the club at her home In West and Sun-Telegram it will do. Richmond. We claim, and we back our claim j 0 3 With L. H. Fihe's money back guaran- DUPLICATE WHIST. 'tee. that Parisian Sage is the most in- Mrs. Mark Wilson was hostess for vigorating and rejuvinating hair tonic m .1 m -w w 1 J f-v 1 1 a. . Anmiff Anil fnlljllIT Italp a meeting 01 tne weanesaay irapii- u cures uauuiun, o"i icnu& cate Whist club yesterday afternoon .and itching scalp; it makes the hair at her home on South Thirteenth grow strong and vigorous, yet soft and at -fro . William Sppker and Miss lustrous. It is the only hair dressing M.rii.. mitscra wAr th enpsts for that reaches the root bulb of the hair have been printed 9ftnn a st Patrick's lunch. 'and dPKtrovs the dandruff germ. States government has materially aid was served. In two weeks Mrs. Geo.! And to the women who are reading ed the Estrada forceswith munitions Eggemeyer will entertain the club at ' this simple statement of fact, we want or war, rooa, ciotnmg ana money, part of the time encamped on a Salva dorean island, and it was felt that they might as well be returned to American territory. "If they were needed to protect American interests and lives they could be sent on the Buffalo back to Corinto quickly, that ship remaining at Panama. "The position of the United States remains as formerly. It will insist at the proper time that Zelaya be prose cuted. It desires the establishment of a peaceful and representative govern ment in Nicaragua. It has not recog nized either the Madriz or Estrada governments. Secretary Knox has not held any conferences with either Dr. Castrillo, the representative of General Estrada or Mr. Corea, the representative of Dr. Madriz. Peace Before Recognition. "There is no hurry about these mat ters. Recognition will come with the creation of a government that is rep resentative and can maintain peace and order. In this connection various stories that the United These reports are characterized In re sponsible quarters as a 'jack of lies. "The United States has maintained strict neutrality. Not a dollar, not a cartridge, not a biscuit, has been given to the Estrada forces. The only aid from the United States to Nicaragua on either side has been food furnished by the Red Cross to Estrada's prisoners of war from Dr. Madris's army, and food and transportation furnished by the Red Cross to a destitute attache of the Zelaya legation in Washington. who was sent home. "One of the reasons given for the SAILOR RUUS AMUCK suspicion that abandoned its (American News Service) Chicago. March 17. Crazed by drink, a sailor bombarded a street car on the West Side shortly after midnight and fatally shot Michael Brennan. the con ductor, while twenty-five passengers. Including women and children, sought shelter under the seats. Brennan was struck In the head and body by the first two shots fired and sank to the Platform. The sailor emptied bis re- thls government has ! vriU tna c-r nd then turned to NIcaraguan policy but was soon caught. that no commission is to go to thati;s Bame as g. Carter, died later at the hospital. He gave Brennan country. "There never was any thought of sending a commission to Nicaragua, The commission is a figment of the imagination, and the publication of such reports are an unwarranted re flection of the state Department after so many categorical denials have been made." her home on East Main street. MARY HILL W. C. T. U. The Mary Hill W. C. T. U. will meet Friday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock with Mrs. Mary Hill at her home, 1118 Hunt street. All members are asked to be present as important business will be transacted at this time. PROTECTION MITE CLUB. Miss Ada Mcintosh will be hostess for a meeting of the Protection Mite club this evening at her home on North Eighth street. j Jt J REGULAR MEETING. The regular meeting of the Worn an's Aid society of the First Presby to say that Parisian Sage works won ders with women's hair. It will turn dull harsh and faded hair into beauti ful, radiant and lustrous hair in a few days, and is the most pleasant and satisfvine dressing any woman ever used. Druggists everywhere, and L. H. Fihe sells Parisian Sage for c a large bottle. Beauty. There is no beauty like that of per fect health, a One bearing and a keen Intellect Strand Magazine. Good AdviCv. t "Life.- said the pessimist. "Is dreadful bora. 1 don't know what happiness Is." -Life Is all riant." rejoined the op timistic man. "if you only look upon the bright side of 1LN "But my life has no bright side." protested the other. "Then." said the optimist, "get busy and polish up one of the dark aides." Chicago News. MASON IS SELECTED SUo Utorx Ftp B. F. -Mason of Hagerstown was ap pointed administrator or the estates of Cornelius and Mary Cory, both de- terian church will be held Friday af- ceased, this morning in probate pro- ternoon at the home of Mrs. John B. Dougan on North Tenth street. The meeting will be in the nature of a so-1 cial. A program will be presented. All members are Invited to attend. STUDY CLUB MET. Miss Ruby Clark was hostess for a ceedings before Judge Fox. Mr. Cory died in 1905, leaving an estate of the probable value of $7,i, while Mrs. Cory died at Hot Springs, Arkansas, March 12. leaving an estate of the probable value of $1,XM. In the for mer estate the administrator's bond I Want To Prove To You Oof oro Yoer Own Eyos and At Gy That I Can Roduoo You To Dermal Wolht Safely. Without Starvation Diet Or Tiresome Exercises. It Doesn't Matter What You Have Tried, Send for This Free 01X3 Cex of Oy Csfa Fat Redueer Today. meeting of the Home Economic was $15,000, while in the second it was Study club Wednesday afternoon at $2,000. her home on North Eleventh street. Thirty members were in attendance. 50-OF THE POPULATION OF THE No regular program was given as the U.S. meeting was in the nature of a social live in rural districts remote from phy- session, in honor of Miss Reba Stut son who is to be married next month. This will necessitate Miss Stutson re tiring as treasurer of the organiza tion. Mrs. Frank Land will entertain the club next Wednesday afternoon sicians or drug stores, and they are obliged to depend upon proprietary medicines to a very great extent. To the women in these homes such standard remedies as Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound come as a I at her home on North Twelfth street, boon and a blessing. Records show that Jfc WEDNESDAY EUCHRE CLUB. At her apartments in the McConaha flats yesterday Mrs. Frank Watters entertained the members of the Wed nesday Euchre club in a pleasant manner. Euchre was played at three tables. The hostess and Mrs. Dan Van Etten were given the favors. Mrs. George Brehm, Mrs. Louis Knopf and Mrs. Harry Huck were guests. Lunch was served after the game. Mrs. George Pille entertains the club in two weeks. CHURCH SOCIAL. A festive event appropriate to St. Patrick was the social given last ev ening in the parlors of the Grace Methodist church, under the auspices of the parsonage committee. Green and yellow were used in decorating the church parlors. An excellent pro gram was presented. Some of the numbers were given by Miss Lucile Town-send and Mr. Leroy Lacey. Miss Florence Lacey sang an Irish ballad, A recitation with costume was given by little Miss Lois Alice Ward. Re freshments were served. Shamrocks were given as favors. t ,t t HELEN TAFT CIRCLE. The Helen Taft circle will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Dennis at her home, 20 Richmond avenue. .2 J J LUNCH DAY. The members of the Penny club observed lunch day yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Irvin Brown. Thirty eight members were present. Mrs. C. K. Barnes gave sev eral musical numbers. Mrs. F. M. Whitsell is hostess for the next meet ing. Jit jl jt MEETS AT CHURCH. t The Ladies Aid society of Grace Methodist church will meet Friday af ternoon at two-thirty o'clock in the church parlors. The time will be spent at quilting. it has cured more women 01 inose dread feminine ills than any other rem edy. Don't Cry Because You Are Fat I Will Write Nr. Ketlog Today. AMERICAN POLICY IS HOT CHANGED Frep; positively fr, a $1.00 box of Kfllnirsr's Safe Fat Reducer, to every suffurer from fat. just to prove that It actually reduces you to normal, does It safely, and builds up your health at the same time. 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Late in the afternoon a lunch wag served. In two weeks Mrs. Smith "Will enter- (From the American Family Doctor.! The man who goes to his work wfth swinging stride, clear eye and rnddy complexion, whose blood courses through his veins vigorously, and who seems to radiate the power to "do things" is a healthy man. Perhaps he was not always so, but when his system was deranged he took immedi ate steps to restore himself to prime New York, March 17. A Washing ton dispatch to the Herald is as fol lows: "It was to have been expected that in some quarters the impression would grow that the withdrawal of the ma rines from Nicaraugua meant a rever sal of 'policy' on the part of the Taft administration. This construction was based on a mistaken idea as to why the marines were In the immedi ate vicinity of Corinto. "When Secretary Knox, on Decern ber 1, after consulting with the presl dent, wrote his famous letter to Flllpe Rodriguez, .Charge d' Affairs of Nicara gua, accompanying his passports, he made several things clear. "He declined to hold any further offi cial communication with President Ze laya for the reasons stated: 'Under the regime of President Zelaya, republican institutions have ceased in Nicaragua, except in name; public opinion and the press have been throttled, and prison has been the reward of any tendency toward real patriotism.' Worst Ruler in Century. "General Zelaya had fled from Nica ragua, and it is felt here that he did so because of the effect of the 'brand' which the United States put on him. It is stated that the reports regarding his private and official acts, in pos session of the state department, justify the statement that he is the worst rul er that has been known in ltx years. "He went to Mexico, but abandoned that asylum because the opinion was KIELHORN nhvsleal nn rliHnn Nearly every person needs a cleans- "Pressed that if the Estrada troops ing system tonic in the spring. A good blood tonic can be made at home at small cost. Get from your drug gist one ounce of kardene, mix it with K cup of sugar, and add pint of al cohol and lVj pints of hot water. This simple prescription makes a full quart of the very best spring medicine at a small cost. The dose is one table spoonful five minutes before each meal and before retiring. ? Kardene cleanses the blood from the winter's accumulation of impurities, arouses the torpid liver, aids digestion, restores lost appetite, clears the skin and strengthens and builds up the en tire system. It makes any one feel ten years younger and puts him in con dition to handle his day's 'work with vim and vigor. If your druggist hasn't kardene he can easily get' It for you. won he would be extradited and taken back to Nicaragua for trial for the un justifiable execution of Cannon and Groce. "With Zelaya out of the country, practically a fugitive, the main pur pose of the administration at Washing ton was served. The marines were not sent to invade Nicaragua or to ap prehend Zelaya. They were sent for the purpose of exercising a moral In fluence and to protect American inter ests. Position Is Unchanged. "This brings the situation down to the present day. With the cessation 01 hostilities on the western coast of Nicaraugua the necessity for the pres ence of the marines as landing parties disappeared. They had long been on duty, part of the time ou shipboard and Owing to the large attendance yesterday and today, we are afraid that some who called were unable to see all the display and also for those living out of town. I have ex tended the opening until SATURDAY NIGHT or the balance of this week. You are all cordially' invited to bring your friends. 525 MAIN STREET I 1 ; ; ..BEAUTIFUL.. Spring Hats For those that could not call during our opening day, we have been asked to extend it during the balance of this week. Everyone is invited to call and see this beautiful display of Spring Millinery. Knopf's Hat Shop 533 Main St. , '