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THE RICHMOND FAIjIADITJM AND SUN-TCIiECRAM, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1910.
PAGE FIT IS ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. fhe engagement of Mr. Robert Car ter, formerly of this city has been made known to his friends here. Mr. Carter, is now in tho West. He is the son of Mrs. J. M. Wentcott. The name of the young woman could not be learned upon inquiry. Mr. Carter's many friends in this city extend most hearty congratulations. J J . LENT OBSERVED. Lent is being observed more and more in this city and especially this week will observers of this season be more stern in "denying themselves so cial pleasures. It has been but a short time ago that only those who were members of the Lutheran Epis copal and Catholic churches gave up pleasure during the forty days of pen ' nance. However other denomina tions are now advocating the idea and so of course the social calendar is ; rather short and is especially so dur 'Ing Holy week. Only one large par ty, that of Miss Mary Gaar Friday af ternoon is scheduled for this week. As usual, though there will be some are held. A number of the clubs have decided to' postpone meetings until after Easter. The opening of the Spring social season will be heralded by the large Easter Ball to be given March twenty-eighth, in the Pythian temple. J J 0 RETURNED TODAY. Miss Marjorie Pennell has returned from Rushville, Indiana where she was the guest during the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Manzy. Several social functions were given for Miss Pen. nell. j J 18 IN WYOMING. Mr. Walter Knollenberg has gone to Cody, Wyoming, where he expects to remain for . sometime. jl & J HAS RETURNED. ' Miss Ruth Barnard, a student at Earlham college, spent Saturday and Sunday in New Castle, the guest of friends and relatives. J Jit' Jit A GUEST HERE. Mr. Fifley, of Detroit, Michigan, was the guest of Mr. Roy Carmon and Mr. Ray Newman, Sunday. ; J .! MASONS ENTERTAIN. An f important social event for to day is the dance and card party to be given this evening in the, . Masonic hall by1 the Masons for members of their , families and friends. Dancing, cardplaying and a buffet luncheon will be the features of the evening. ,. j j . GUE8T8 KNOWN HERE. Mrs. Walter P. Jennings entertain ed the members of an embroidery club Friday afternoon at her home on South Main street. ' The hours of the afternoon were spent in sewing. Re freshments were served. The , guests included Mesdames Maurice S. Goodwin, Frost B. Hernly of Indianapolis, Misses Helene Good win, Carrie Forkner, Viva Campbell, Blanche Risk and Georgia Goodwin. New Castle Courier,, rA number of the guests who at tended the function ace well known locally. j TO GIVE RECITAL. Mr. Fritz Krull of Indianapolis, and who is well known here will give a recital Wednesday evening, March thirtieth, in Indianapolis. The pro gram will be composed of Mr. Krull's own compositions. Mrs. Cecil Smith WHAT'S THE USE Stioking to a Habit when it Means Discomfort? Old King Coffee knocks subjects out tolerably flat at times, and there la no possible doubt of what did ItTA Mich, woman gives her experience: "I used to have liver trouble nearly all of the time and took medicine which relieved me only for a little while. Then, everyonce in a while i would be suddenly doubled up with an awful agony in my stomach. , It seem ed as though every time I took a breath I would die. No one could suffer any more and live. "Finally I got down so sick with ca tarrh of the stomach that I could not turn over in bed, and my stomach did not digest even milk. - The doctor finally told me that if I did not give up drinking cofffee I would surely die, but I felt I could not give it up. "However, Husband brought home a package of Postum and it was made strictly according to directions. It was the only thing that would stay on my stomach, and I soon got so I liked it very much. . , . "Gradually I began to get better, and week by week gained in strength and health. Now I am in perfect condi tion, and I am convinced that the whole cause of my trouble was coffee drinking, and my getting better was due to leaving off coffee- and - taking Postum. "A short time ago I tasted some cof fee and found, to my astonishment, that I did not care anything about it I never have to take medicine any more. I hope you will use this letter lor the benefit of those suffering from the poisonous effects of coffee." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville," In pkgs. "There's a Reason..;- Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human interact. She Is Waiting for a Title sity to the summer girl, and Paris sanctions the .lace-trimmed white ; straw. Large black hats are simply trim med with huge bows, requiring from ten to twelve yards of crisp, glossy ribbon. The black hat is not mourning, ex cept when the mistake is made of choosing too dead a straw and too dull a ribbon. -... Paris features the crown so low as to suggest a flat or plaque. The more flaring the turn-up of the hatbrim the more up-to-date is the hat. Wreaths of simple white roses lie flat upon the broad brims of plain black hats for those who would avoid the flaring brim. j j Jt ENTERTAINED BY MISS FIHE. Miss Ella Rothe of Cincinnati, who meeting will appear elsewhere j L -.;;ri,-,- - I 1 m lid as riM " ", K i n I 0 ; , ; J$ . - lt- ' i ; y Vr T. W: l. '-. mMm house this evening given by Denver Brown Camp, Spanish-American War Veterans. Masons will celebrate thier forty- fifth birthday anniversary this even ing in the Masonic hall. Magazine club is meeting with Mrs. M. Knodle. Ticknor club is meeting with Mrs. D. W. Dennis, at her home, corner Main and West Seventh streets. A meeting of the Grace church Aid Society will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. E. E. Townsend, 101 North Ninth street- J JS Jt FREE LECTURE. The City Federation of Women's clubs have arranged for a free lec ture to be given Wednesday eveniitf? THE SCRAP BOOK A GREAT SINNER. Even the Good Deacon Weakened en His Chances For Haavan. Deacon Broadbent. a very honest a oil pious roan, was conducting a reii g:ous revival with great success. In a word, his powerful exhortations had brought Calhoun White, the town's worst sinner, weepiug to the mourn er's bench. The deacon, gratified by this proof of his evangelical prowess, hastened to Calhoun's side. "Deacon. sobbed Calhoun, 'tain't no use in man comin' up. I's sinned tn the First Presbyterian church. Fur- away de day o grace. tbeY announcement concerning " the .o-messge." -t Oie end 6T the" act there was a slight suggestion of hand clapping and exceedingly gentle foot tapping. James Wallack. who knew nothing of the message sent to the queen, bearing the mild demonstration, pricked up h! ears and inquired. -What Is thatT Mr. Kean replied. "That, my dear Wallack. is applause. "God bles mer retorted Wallack. "I thought It was some one shelling peas. Tho Sturdy Infant. At a performance of -Dora many "No. yo hain't. Brudder Cal. said Jf" . iu a weern city, when Mrs. Herbert Gladstone, who only awaits her husband's decision toe Lady Gladstone of Lanark or Lady Hawarden, these being the titles that the son of the great commoner can have before he leaves for Africa to be the governor-general of the new South African Union. Mrs. Gladstone is a gifted pianiste and also an enthusiastic gardener. will be the accompanist. The pro gram is as follows: Max Etamaim "Breaching Home Ties." (With accompanying music by . Fritz Krull)'. James Whitcomb Riley "Where Shall We Land." "The Bee Bay, "There's Ever a Song Some where. Robert Browning "I Go To Prove My Soul," "Round Us The Wild Creatures." "Such a Starved Bank of Moss." From "The Princess," "As Thro' the Land at Eve We Went." "Sweet and Low," "The Splendor Falls on Castle Walls," "Tears, Idle Tears," "Thy Voice Is Heard Thro' Rolling Drums,'' "Home They Brought Her Wacdor Dead." "Ask Me No More," "Mi Bride, My Wife, My Life." j j j RETURNED HOME. Miss Gipe of Logansport, who has been the guest of Miss Lucy Smyser, returned home yesterday. Miss Gipe came to attend the dance given Fri day evening in the Odd Fellows' hall. J j j GUESTS HERE. Several out-of-town guests were en tertained Sunday by different hostess es in this city. tw tJ GOOD FRIDAY CELEBRATION. The public is cordially invited to attend the Good Friday services toybe held in the evening at the Reid Me morial church. A, sacred cantata "Crucifiction" by Stainer, will be pre sented by a chorus cornposed of six teen voices. Miss Constance Fosler will be the organist J J Jt ENJOYING THEIR STAY. Mrs. Omar Hollignsworth and Miss Carolyn Hollingsworth are having a most delightful sojourn in the South land J J J WILL BE CHURCH WEDDING. Mr. Herbert Lahr of Evansville, In diana, and Miss . Josephine Cates. daughter of Mr. George L. Cates, will be married Thursday, April the four teenth, in the First Presbyterian church. ' " Jl J . MILLINERY NOTES. Women of the city are now interest ed in millinery creations. The fol lowing items will be of use to the shopper this week: Leghorn in the natural color, which is deeper yellow than some other straws, is very good this season. The all-whit hat is almost a neces- was honor guest at tie luncheon giv en Saturday by the Women Teachers of Wayne county, was entertained by Miss Pauline Fihe, at her home on South I street. J J - WIL LTAKE UP A RESIDENCE. Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts (nee Miss Anna Jones) formerly of Indi anapolis, have came to this city and will occupy the Henchman home on East Main street. A GUEST HERE. Mrs. Harry E. Howe and baby of Rochester, New York, were the guests of her aunt. Miss Belle V. Scott of North Fifteenth street over Sunday. j . . IS HOME. Mr. Abraham Stratton who attends a school in the East is home to spend his Spring vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Stratton Jr., at the Hotel Westcott. GUESTS AT EATON. Miss Imo Eikenberry. Mr. and Mrs. Murray G. Hill and Miss Helen Hill spent yesterday in Eaton, Ohio, the guests of friends. BANNS OF MARRIAGE. Sunday at St Mary's church the marriage banns of Mr. Clarence Hockett and in the deacon. "All yo' got to do is to j gib up sin an alt will be forgibben." i "I's done gib it up. deacon, but dar hain't no salvation fo me." Yes. dey is. bon. Dey hain't no sin tliis paper. J J J GIVE ENTERTAINMENT. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Grace Mothodist church is arranging bo black but It kin be washed whiter n f nr an pntprtAinmpnt tn h i-i v mi snnn. de SOOW. This evening at seven-thirty o'clock a meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. E. E. Townsend. 101 North Ninth street for the purpose of as signing parts. All tiose who expect to participate' are invited to attend this meeting. The entertainment is entitled "A District School." j MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The Young People's Missionary So ciety meets Wednesday evening of this week at the church. A good at tendance of members is desired. j J AID SOCIETY. The Ladies' Aid Society of the South Eighth Street Friends church will hold a meeting Tuesday afternoon. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa ture is on each box. 25c. Didn't Moan That. "These." said the lecturer. Indicating them with bis pointer, "are the mov able bath bouses. Thousands of peo ple congregate here during the sum mer season. Over here on the lft 1 cannot De naa wun cosmetics. iney the hot. at .hich . 8toDDed. -nd - Miss Katherine Miller don,t 8 deeP enough. A clear skin. eXeeedinitlv homelike nlace It Is. I A CLEAR COMPLEXION "But I done stole fo" young tuckeys Inst week." said the penitent. "Dat's all forgibben. Cal. "An' free de week befo'. "Dat's forgibben too. "An six fat geese" 'The deacon suddenly frowned end stiffened, while the penitent sinner continued: "six fat geese outer yore own yard, deacon dem fat geese wot you' 'lowed to set so much store by. "Wot's dat yo' say?" the deacon hiss ed furiously. "It wuz me wot stole yo' fat geese, sab." The deacon rose. "I reckou, Calhoun." be said slowly. "I reckon I's spoken too hasty. Dis case o yourn needs advlsemeut. 1 ain't tho' dat we's Justified in clutter In' up de kingdom o heben wkl chick en thieves." were announced. The wedding will ! without blotches or pimples can be BnaU give you a nearer view of it pre9. probably be celebrated sometime af-oaa on,y wun Pure ooa. uenaini ently. Although I was there a week ter Raster. a5 SPECIAL SONG SERVISE. A special song service will be held a prescription that cures even the worst cases of blood disease, clears up eczema and scrofula and cures inflammatory rheumatism and catarrh will produce Thursday evening at the First Metho- j a rosv complexion, dist church, in commemoration of the j Dr- A- B- Simpson's Vegetable Com ninetieth birthday anniversary of Miss Punl h& fr fory 'ears been known Fannie Crossby. a noted song writer. as tne m5st Powerful of all alteratives j j WILL GO ABROAD. or blood purifiers. There has never been a case of blood-poison (even syph- ima at a c.,kk .o His) or skin disease that it could not abroad this summer with Miss Mary cure- Thousands of women take it Baer. They will attend the Passion regularly to keep their blood healthy play to be held at Oberammergau. J HAVE RETURNED. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bunyan of North Twelfth street, have returned from Florida, where they spent the win ter. aJ?S aC tJ AT SPICELAND. Miss Hettie Elliott, a teacher in the public schools, was the guest of her aunt in Spiceland over Sunday. jC tit TO BOSTON. Mr. John Seefred, a well known ar tist of this city, will go to Boston, Massachusetts, the latter part of this week or the first of next, where he will spend several months. jM GUEST AT SPICELAND. Miss Lucile Mahret, of North Sixth street spent Sunday with her mother, who is at the Spiceland Sanitarium. JS j jl CLUB NOTES CLUB MEETINGS FOR TODAY. Social at Post rooms in the court and their complexion clear It is purely vegetable and harmless. It was orginally the prescription of Dr. A. B. Simpson, who was one of the most celebrated physicians of the mid dle west. Inflammatory rheumatism catarrh, scrofula, eczema, pimples, erysipelas and all troubles arising from impure blood yield to it readily. Sold at $1 per bottle at all drug stores. An Ancient Rivor. 'In Long lslaud sound, not far from the north shore of the island, is clear ly defined the channel of an ancient river. As shown by the United States coast survey it is a gorge, having a depth of about sixty feet below the general floor of the sound on either aide of It The gorge or channel was cut Into the bedrock of gneiss, the ero sion of which la exceedingly slow. Deicious bread is assured when GOLD COIN FLOUR IS USED. Ask your Grocer. Gold Medal Flour makes lightest bread. Sea. or two and would gladly Lave re mained longer if I could have snared Mary Morrison made her exit to bring on her little Willie of four years she was shocked to fiud a lubberly boy of at least fourteen, and as he was the only Willie at hand on he must go. though be was well nigh as big as bis mother. The Farmer Allan of the play, being equal to the emergency, instead of Inquiring. "How old are you. my little man?' endeavored to remedy the matter by saying. "How old are you. my strapping boyr But he failed, for the boy. who was instructed to say from -four to six. said it with such, a coarse, sepulchral tone as to drive the good natural grandfather to ex claim: "Forty-six! You look It. my boy! You look ltr Let Us Smile. There Is no room for aadBa wt ee a ehoory atnile. It alwaya haa tho urn rood look It's never out of style. It nerves ua on to try again when faUuro makes us blue. Tho dimples of encouragement are KOo4 tor tno and you. It pays a Matter Interest, for It Is merely lent It's worth a million dollars and doesn't cost a fcent- t According to Rule. Oberlln was the first coeducational college In this country. In the early days It bad a rule that In case there were but one man and one woman In a room at least one cbalr should be between them. One evening an in structor, passing one of the small sit ting rooms, was horrified at beholding a young man and a young woman oc cupying the same chair. "Sir." he demanded of the man stn- the time. I did not take any baths nt, "what Is the meaning of this for the reason" Loud and prolonged laughter. "I meant ladies and gentlemen." he resumed after the merriment bad enb slded. "that I didn't take any bath dowu at the beach. This audience is al together too smart." Baltimore American. A Task. To be honest to be kind, to earn a little and to spend less, to make, upon the whole, a family happier by his presence, to renounce where that shall be necessary and not to be lmbiftered. to keep a few friends, but these with out capitulation; above all. on the same grim conditions to keep friends with himself here is a task for all that a man has of fortitude and deli cacy. Robert Louis Stevenson. Timid Applause, During the earlier days of the reign of Queen Victoria dramatic perform ances were given at Windsor castle under the management of Charles Kean. The audiences being limited and stiffly aristocratic, the applause was naturally not especially hearty, and the comedians felt the absence of the more demonstrative approval man ifested In the regular theater. One evening the queen sent an equer ry to Mr. Kean to know if the actors would like anything (meaning refresh ments), when the actor replied, "Say to her majesty that we should be grate ful for a little applause when the spec tators are pleased." Back. went the, equerry and conveyed outrageous behavior? Do you not know the rules of the college? "Why er don't tbey say that if a man and a girl sit alone in a room tbey shall have one cbalr between them?" It Didn't Work. A man who lives far uptown in "New York la not sure whether the joke Is on him or on bis wife. Here la how be tells it: "One night last week I thought I heard some one prowling about the bouse, and as there have been a num ber of bouses broken into lately I con cluded that the noise was made by burglars. As 1 sat up in bed listening I chanced to glance into the next room, the door of our bedroom being open, and there, sure enough, stood a bur glar coolly examining our silver plate. With this startling discovery came the chilling thought that I hadn't such a thing as a firearm in the house. But I determined to see what bjuff would do, so. turning to my wife, I said in a loud voice: " 'Mary, where'a my revolver? ' "John, she answered in a voice) equally aa loud, there Isn't such thing in the bouse, and you know It "After that 1 closed and locked the door and blew a police whistle." GOLD COIN, the flour of qualityf Ask your Grocer. Von needn't saffor with sick ' Ktion. constl nation er any other troablss arts from a disordered stomach. Dr. Caldwell's 8yrap Pepsi a wul cars yon and keep i Try a asop n on oaaa uo year i TIMs n Smurdly A Silks ScBSisflDini Our first supply has been exhausted. We now have on our counters a complete new stock. Our buyer has been to the market. The values, patterns and shadings are certainly the best ever offered to the Richmond public. Read These Items-Then Come and See Foulards 20 inch Foulards, all the new shades, only 65 c 25 in. Foulards; these are spot proof, only ..89c 25 inch Fancy Jacquard Foulards, beautiful effects, only $1.00 Fancies 18 inch fancy Taffeta .Silks in Stripes, Checks and Figures, only 50c 27 inch fancy Silks in checks, stripes, etc. for dress, suit or waist, only $1.00 H. C Hosemeier Co. 24 inch Mirror Shantong Silks, all shades, only 50c 27 inch fancy Jacquard Tusah Silks, only 50c 27 inch rough weave Shantong Silks, all the new shades and black, only 69c 27 inch Pongee Silk, special value for dress, suit, coat or waist, only 69c Blaclk Taffieto Special bargain in a 36 inch Black Taf feta Silk for only $1.00 BL C Hssemeler Co.