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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM A31i WUPf-TELKUKAM, TUESDAY, MAY 31, llllO.
PAGE FIVE TOPPING-REID. A wedding of interest here and one which will be attended by local per sons la that of Mr. Henry J. Topping and Mies Rhea Reid, daughter of Dan iel Gray Reid. former residents of this city. The New York World of Sunday contained the following account: Upon the marriage next Wednesday of Miss Rhea Reid. daughter of Daniel O. Reid, organizer of the Tin Plate Trust, to Mr. Henry J. Topping, It Is whifipered her father will give her a check bearing many figures. The mar .rlage will be celebrated in Mr. Reld's country house at Irvington-on-the-Hud-son. A great many guests have been invited. The lawn as well as the house is to be elaborately decorated with flowers. The wedding breakfast is to bo served by Sherry. A great many wedding presents are being received. For weeks workmen and decorators have been at the Irvington house pre paring for the event. MUs Reid is twenty-two years old. Though sho enjoys golf and is a fine horsewoman, those who know her best say that she is a student, loves books, is a judge of art and is fond of music. That she is kind-hearted the poor both of Irvington and of the east side can testify, but her charities have been bestowed without publicity. She has for a number of years been prominent in the younger society set, and at one time it was rumored that she was en gaged to Freeman A. Smith, a young broker. She and her fiance, the Bon of John II. Topping, president of the Republic Iron and Steel company, have been friends almost Bince childhood. Their engagement was announced a few months ago. The date of the wedding was then said to be set for April 27, but on that day it was said a mistake had been made by the friends of the young couple, and the wedding would be celebrated on June 1. Young Mr. Topping is a broker, with a seat in the Stock Exchange, which his father bought for him for $80,000. He is associated with. Herrlck Berg & Co.. brokers, of No. 66 Broadway. He is twenty-six years old, a stalwart young fellow who loves sports and out door life and Is said to have a good business head. He is the best liked by the prospective bride's- father of all the young men who have sought her hand. , - After the wedding the young people will take an automobile honeymoon trip through the country and In three weeks will sail for Europe. The home of the bridegroom Is at Greenwich, Conn., where his father's estate is sit uated, and he also has a town house. The town house of the Reids is at No. 875 Fifth avenue. , The following account was publish ed In the Herald: One of the attractive country wed dings which have been set for Wed nesday will be that of Miss Rhea Reid, only daughter of Mr. Daniel G. Reid. to Mr. Henry J. Topping, which will be celebrated at noon in the large ballroom of the country home of her father, in Irvington. This room will be gorgeously decorated and trans formed into a chapel by Thorley, with a temporary altar at one end. Mr. Nahan Franko and his orchestra will play during the ceremony and the reception which is to follow. Miss Reid will have as her attendant Miss Helen Pelrce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Peirce, of No. 11 East Fifty first street, and her flower girls will be the little Misses Eleanor and Mar garet McCargo, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Grant McCargo and cousin of Mr. Topping. Mr. Wilbur Topping will act as his brother's best man, but there will be no ushers. Only immed iate relatives and intlnate friends have been invited. . A GUEST HERE. Miss Dela Maple of Chicago is vis iting at the home of Mrs. A. P. Thorn, North Nineteenth street. jl j CAME LAST EVENING. Mrs. Charles A. Tennis returned from Chicago last evening, where she f5 Makes Children rr Popular pica. 10c. Mfm 'j . SirSrocirS The Memory Lingers' Postum Cereal Co, EDITED BY MISS ELIZABETH R. THOMAS. has been spending a month with Mrs. T. J. Newklrk. Jt J J IS VISITING HERE. Mr. George Grace of St. Louis, Mo., is the guest of his brother L. J. Grace and family. North Fourteenth street Jl Jl jl MRS. GLASS RECEIVES. The most auspicious social event for today was the reception given this afternoon by Mrs. Frank Glass at her home on East Main street, in honor of her guests, Mrs. S. E. Earp. Mrs. Selvage, Mrs. John B. Wood. Mrs. Haverfield of Indianapolis. Mrs. L. E. Hinchman of Knigbtstown and Mrs. Ham of California. The hours were from three until five o'clock. A harp ist furnished the music during the re ceiving hours. Flowers and ferns were used in decorating. A French basket filled with flowers formed an attrac tive center piece for the dining room table. Red ribbons and candles were also used in the appointment. Among the assistants were Miss Grace Robie. Miss Clara Myrick, Miss Hazel Free man, Miss Gertrude Le Fevre. Miss Ruth Gilchrist, Misses Flora and Har riet Lyons. Carnations were given as favors. A large number of guests were received during the afternoon. jtt 9t DINNER SATURDAY. Professor and Mrs. Allen D. Hole will entertain with a dinner party Sat urday evening at their home on Col lege avenue. J J J CONCERNING MISS MANN. Miss Jessie Mann of Richmond, sang "O Divine Redeemer," by Gou nod, at the evening services of the Christian church Sunday. Miss Mann has a remarkably clear, soprano voice and a wide range. The announcement that she is to sing is always welcomed in this city, where she has a large cir cle of friends. New Castle Times. J J ENTERTAINED GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt entertain ed Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brodick and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. O'Dell. 1232 Ridge street, Sunday. j& j& FOR BRIDE-ELECT. A most charming ante-nuptial event for Saturday was the miscellaneous shower given by Miss Maude Hamil ton at her home on South Twelfth street in honor of Miss Grace Fry of Oxford, Ohio, who Is to be married June fourth to Mr. Arthur Burkhardt of Manghan, Louisiana. Miss Fry Is well known here. The house was dec orated with flowers and ferns. The bride-elect received a number of useful gifts. During th evening music furn ished the amusement. A luncheon was served. The guests were Miss Louise Frick, Miss Mable Redrow, Miss Ella Dickey, Miss Mable Wilcox, Miss Jes sie Conn, Mrs. Wendall De Wees, Mrs. Chauncey Riffle, Mrs. Clarence Parks, Miss Jeannette Bowen, Miss Susan Crowell, Mrs. Myron Crane, Mrs. Mar tin of Greenville. Ohio, Miss Gladys Perin and Mrs. Omar Bullerdlck. Jl Jl S MRS. JOHNSTON A SPEAKER. Mrs. M. F. Johnston, president of the local Art association gave an ad dress at the Muncie art exhibit Sun day. An account of the exhibit in the Muncie Press is as follows: The Muncie Art association exhibit closes this evening, and Muncie peo ple desiring to see the display will have only one more chance to , visit the Commercial club rooms where the exhibit is being held. Interest in the exhibit has fallen off during the last few days, and only the most enthus iastic Muncie art lovers are now view ing the pictures before they are taken down and shipped to their owners. In all respects the present exhibit has been the most successful ever held in Muncie. The attendance has been much larger than usual, and the qual ity of the work which has been on dis play has been much better than that shown in former years. Compliment ed upon every side for their work in managing the exhibit the ladies who have taken the most active part in ar- Sunny 99 The Sweet Toasty Flavoorof Post Toastios Wholesome, eco nomical food, that contents the mind, satisfies the appe tite, and Ltd, Battle Creek, Mich. ranging the display feel that they have met with great Euccess. From an artistic standpoint the paintings have been placed to show to a better ad vantage this year than ever before, and every detail In the work which has contributed to the success of the exhibit was carefully planned before the doors of the Commercial club rooms were opened to the public. The committee appointed by the Art association to choose a picture which the organization will buy this year is now carrying on negotiations to buy the painting. "Malines, Belgium," by Colin Campbell Cooper, New York City. The picture is valued at $800, and if a telegram is received today from the painter the picture will be hung with the other paintings belong ing to the Art association in the Mun cie library building. During the course of the present exhibit this pic ture has been greatly admired and it is thought that the selection the com mittee has made will meet with al most universal approval. PROGRAM ANNOUNCED. Miss Laura Gaston has arranged to give two recitals this week in the First Presbyterian church. Wednes day evening at seven-forty-five o'clock the junior pupils will give the follow ing program: Part I. Etude H. N. Bartlett Ruth Edgerton Innocence Maxson Salfeggietto Bach Mable Neff (New Castle) In the Forest N. Von Wrilm Scherzo Margaret Gentle (Milton) Aragonaise Wassenet Elfin Dance Grieg Laverne Jones' Nursery Rhymes Lang Mrs. Krueger, Mrs. Earhart, Mrs. Krone, Mrs. Longnecker. Waltz Alice MacCaffrey (Cambridge) Berceuse Schytle Estella Weissgerber Hunting Song Mendelssohn Waltz Grieg Papillons Grieg Mary Clements Songs Mrs. Fred J. Bartel Part II. Fruhlings-lied . . . Hollander Mary Johnson Concerto in F Mozart Dorothy Land , . i- Violin, Mazurka AVieniawski Harold Clements Arabesque Meyer-Helmund Tarentelle MoszkowskI Fay Drake Gandellied .. Allegro con moto , . . . . . Mendelssohn Josiah Marvel Moment Musicale Schubert Novel loza Godard Esther Coate Vocal Quartet Caprice Mendelssohn Etude Melodique Raff Florence Johnson Fantasie in C Haydn Valse Saxonne Godard Ruth Pennell Spinning Song '. . Mendelssohn Impromptu . Reinhold , Alta McPheraon ) The recital by the senior pupils will be given Friday evening. Miss Bertha Garver, who has been studying in Cin cinnati and Miss Louise Millikan of New Castle, Indiana, will assist with the program. The public is cordially invited to attend. j J js ATTENDED RACES. Mr. William Hennigar returned this morning from Indianapolis after a few days visit with relatives. He attended the races while there. ' ' Jl Jl ' jl HAS RETURNED. Mr. Julian Cates has returned from Columbus, Ohio, after a few days visit. RETURNED TO BLOOMINGTON. Mr. Paul Fisher has returned to In diana university after a few days visit with relatives and friends in this city. SANG AT NEW CASTLE. A New Castle paper says: Miss Bess Porter of Richmond sang in the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing. J Jl jl GIVEN A SURPRISE. Mr. and Mrs. George Unthank were pleasantly surprised last evening at their new home on North Fifth street by a number of their neighbors who came masked. Music furnished the ev ening's amusement. A delicious luncheon " was served. The guests numbered thirteen. Jl jl jl A GUEST HERE. - Miss Eva Demand of Oxford. Ohio, is in the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Edmunds, 120 South Fourteenth street. Miss Demand is a sister of Mrs. Edmunds. J . v4 PARTY AT THE MURRAY. Miss Fannie Jones. Miss Agnes Twigg, Mr. Norman Craighead and Mr. Harry Lontz formed a party at the Murray theater last evening. J J j DANCE AT THE PARK. About sixteen couples attended the dance given last evening In the pavil ion at Jackson's park by Mr, Alva Young and Mr. George Brenizer. Piano and drams furnished the dance music.! The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Enos Elleman. Jl- Jl jl ENTERTAINED GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doren. who reside southeast of the city, entertain ed a number of guests Sunday at their home. Those participating in the af fair were Mr. and Mrs. John Sauching er, Mr. Carl Emmermacker, Mr. Meyer of Columbus, Ohio. Miss Lena Homer of Philadelphia. Mr. Mott of Carey, Ohio, Mr. Joseph and Toney Hartman of Cincinnati, Mr. John Burchenal. Mr. Dean Markley, Mr. acd Mrs. Elva Clark and Mr. Russell Beitner of Rich mond. Jl Jl J SPENT A FEW DAYS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Land of Cincin nati, formerly of this city were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clark. Jl Jl Jl TO ATTEND COMMENCEMENT. Miss Ethel Brown will go to Lafay ette, Indiana, to attend the Purdue commencement exercises. Her broth er, Mr. Frank Brown is a member of the graduating class. J Jl Jl DINNER PARTY. Miss Pearl McMinn will entertain with a six o'clock dinner this even ing at her home on North B street in honor of Miss Freda Barkley of Cot tage Grove, Indiana. Jl Jl Jl VISITING HER COUSIN. Miss Freda Barkley of Cottage Grove, Indiana is the guest of her cousin, Miss Blanche Weidner of South West Third street tS 0 GUESTS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Sieweke and daughter of Chicago spent the week end the guests of Mr. Sieweke's sis ters Miss Augusta Sieweke and Mrs Mary Ryan. jl s 1 BRUMFIELD-NEFF. At the beautiful old colonial house of the Neff family on the National Road west of Centerville occurred the quiet wedding of Miss Olive Neff and Mr. Glenn Brumfield Wednesday ev ening, May twenty-fifth, at seven o'clock. The house was beautifully decorated with spring flowers. The bride and groom came in alone, meeting in front of the mantle in the old parlor where the simple ring ceremony of the Evangelical church was performed by the Rev. Mr. Jones of German town. Miss Ruth Heiser played softly ( "Call Me Thine Own" during the cere mony. Immediately after the ceremony a dinner was served to the guests, which included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neff, Allen Neff, Jr., and Edward Neff, Mr. Bostian Neff, Emma Gettle. Mrs. Reiland, Mr. and Mrs. Park Gipe and Louise Gipe, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Martha Brumfield, Pearl and Ern est Brumfield, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Heis er and Park Heiser. Many beautiful presents in linen, cut glass and silver were given the bride. Miss Neff is the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Neff, Mr. Brumfield Is the son of Mrs. Mar tha Brumfield of Centerville where Mr. and Mrs. Brumfield will be at home to their friends at the beautiful country residence of Mrs. Brumfield, after June first. , 3 jS ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. At a dinner party given Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Goodwin, the en gagement of their daughter, Miss Helene Goodwin, to Everet E. Jones, of this city, was announced by the grandmother, Mrs. G. W. Goodwin. The wedding will take place during the summer. Out-of-city guests present at the Sunday dinner were Messrs. and Mes dames Frank Kennard. of Omaha, Ne braska; G. C. Florea and Albert Krell, of Connersville. New Castle Times. Miss Goodwin has visited in this' city a number of times the guest of Miss Marie Kaufman. JS . Jl RICHMOND GUESTS. The annual commencement dance given at Rushvllle was a delightful affair. Several guests from this city attended. Miss Julia Boyd. Mr. Don Wright and Mr. Buddie Green of Cam bridge City were also among the guests. About one hundred couples enjoyed the event. The interior of the hall was arrang ed in artistic decorations for the oo casion. The ceiling was draped with purple and white ribbons. A large white and crimson banner, the colors of the graduating class, with the nu merals '10 inscribed on it hung from the center of the room. The Rush ville Republican says in part: The feature of the dance which probably attracted the most attention was the arrangement for the moon light dance. Moonlight dances have been had on other occasions, but none with the comet (tail included) were ever on the program before. The large quarter moon was fastened on the west wall and shown down on the dancers. But the constellation was reinforced by the addition of the comet and the evening star. The ef fect was pleasing. Jl Jl jl TO DELIVER ADDRESS. At the Tudor hall commencement exercises which will be held Wednes day in the Tabernacle church, in In dianapolis. President Kelly of Earlhara college will deliver the address. His subject will be "Education of Effi ciency." Jl jl jl GIVES READING. Miss Amanda Kidder read "The Servant in the House" at the beauti ful residence of Mrs. Albert Bertsch just out of Liberty. Ind. Mrs. Bertsch entertained a hundred ladies In this distinguished manner. The reading was most Impressive and the affair the most notable social event of the year. Hamilton ; Republican. J Jt j ATTENDED RACES. Miss Mable Reller spent the, week end in Indianapolis and attended the races. Jl Jl jl MISS GAAR HOSTESS. Miss Mary Gaar gave a luncheon at the Country club Sunday in honor of Miss Elmyra Starr. Miss Carol of Chi cago and Miss Denker of Quincy, I1L, who motored to Richmond In Mr. Har ry Starr's car. Luncheon was served to twelve guests. The party accom panied ay Miss Gaar left in th even ing for Chicago. Miss Gaar will be the guest of Miss Starr. J Jl J CLUB NOTES ALL DAY MEETING. An all . day meeting of the Ladies Aid society of the Reid Memorial 1 church will be held Wednesday in the church parlors. Jl Jl Jl MEETING POSTPONED. The Young Woman's Mission circle of the First Christian church did not meet Monday evening with Mrs. T. H. Kuhn. BIBLE CLASS. The Olive Branch Bible class of the First English Lutheran church met last evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johanning at their home on South Twelfth street. After the bus iness session a social hour followed. For the Children A Smart Trick That Went- Off Wrong. "Ha, bar laughed the young bear. "There's little Willie Jumbo having a swing. Just watch me play a trick on himr But Johnny Bear wasn't quite quick enough, and the little elephant came back and knocked the water over the bear. Intelligence of Jackdaws. Mr. Green, an English naturalist, re cords a tale about a pair of jackdaws kept by him at his home in South Devon years ago. They had been taken from the nest and during the first snmrir the"; vJncs. jv?re sliehtLv Established 1851. Graduation Presents At no other time in the life of a boy or young woman is a substantial gift so appro priate and no occasion mer its a token of approval and encouragement more. The proud day of gradua tion for a Boy offers a suita ble time for the gift of a Watch Fob, Ring or Stick Pin. For a young Woman, a Ring. Bracelet, Necklace, Locket and Chain, or Purse is very suitable, but whatev ever amount you can afford to invest, some selection from our stock of high class jewelry will please. 0. L Dickinson Diamonds Mounted. Watch Repairing. jJjVL- clipped. Afterward their wings were allowed to grow, and they lived at full liberty in the garden. They were per fectly tame and would come at call and feed out of the hand and in the morning knock at the windows to a&k for some breakfast. Regularly In the spring they new away and joined their wild companions, made their nests and reared a family. But when this was over they came back to the garden again and were as tame as ever. But the. curious . thing, was that, after one The Quest For Beauty By Madame Madeline Maree. Mrs. R. : The soft, velvety complex ion you speak of and desire can be had by using amarol lotion in a pint of hot water. After washing and drying the hands and face apply this lotion freely, rubbing until dry. No, you needn't be afraid of hair growing. Miss L G.: I do no believe it possi ble to remove hair permanently. De lol paste will surely take the hair off but after several months it will come out again, but will be lighter than be fore and can be removed easier than the first time. Get the powdered delol from your druggist. You will find full directions on each package. Mrs. A. B.: I would not advise you to try and darken your hair. Use a good tonic, one that will give vitality and life to your hair. Mix half a pint of alcohol with half a pint of water, and add one ounce of betacanthol, rub well into the roots of the hair every day for a week or so then once a week. This tonic will stop falling hair and cure dandruff. Any druggist will sell you the beta canthol and alcohol. Miss Faye A.: I would advise you to use a good massage cream for your blackheads and sallow complexion. Use plenty of soap and warm water on your face. After washing and drying apply the cream freely, massaging until it has all been absorbed by the skin. Get a three ounce package of cerol from your druggist and dissolve it in a pint of boiling water. This makes the fin est disappearing cream I ever saw. Mrs. A. R,: I don't believe external remedies will develop the bust. Massag ing with cocoa butter or cerol cream will help, but you will have to take a tonic to get results. If you will make a pint of granulated sugar syrup and add one ounce of gallol, and take two teaspoonfuls three or four times a day, you will certainly get good results from this treatment. The true gallol is quite expensive, but an ounce makes enough for a month's treatment. DR. 21 Sot Office Saturday Diseases, Fsmals Diseases, Loss of VI Is. Flasure and Ulcerations ot the Ros RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED AND THE ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY This Week sly Special zzzzi 1Q Stamps with one bot tle Liquid Blue 1Q Stamps with one box Talcum Powder .... 1Q Stamps with one can Columbia Red Salmon 10c 15c 15c 40 Stamps with a 50c Q Pounds of the Dest Grano- CMl fttY lated Saaar for - - - -; OlUv-tf Wm I I v oi two stasoiis - iaey brought another jackdaw with them, presumably th young of one of them, which was Just as tame as themselves, although noth ing had ever been don to tame it. so that it was Impossible to tell which, were the original favorite and which was the new one. Moreover, when after a few years one of these jack daws was accidentally killed another was brought by the other two. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Tessie: My dear child, all the lotions, powders or cosmetics in the world won't cure those pimples and blotches. You must drive them out of the blood. Try this and see how quickly you will get rid of them: Make a pint of syrup, one half pound of sugar to pint. Then get an ounce of sarsene from your druggist. Mix with syrup and take two teaspoon fu is three times a day. Mrs. N. S. T.: I really do not know of anythings to suit your case. I think you should consult a physician, , Mrs. F. M. W.: The best treatment I know of for ectema is the borothol so lution. Simply dissolve a two ounce package of borothol in a pint of hot water, add two tablespoonfuls of gly cerine and apply freely. Ethel R: Boro listor solution is the best foot remedy I know of. Use two tablespoonfuls in a warm foot bath every night. This solution is excellent for many purposes cuts, bruises, burns etc You can make a. quart for little money. Simply get an ounce bottle of boro listor powder from your druggist, dissolve it in one and one half pints boiling water, and add half a pint of alcohol. . . . l Mrs. G. R.: Some people prefer a dry hair tonic In these cases I always re commend a mixture of two ounces of capthol and four ounces of powdered orris root Dust into the hair and rub well into the scalp. This is not a shampoo, but a hair tonic that will stop falling hair and cure dandruff. Anna H.: Those yellow spots are no doubt due to a bad liver and stomach. I would advise a tablespoonful of olive oil night and morning and this mixture for your stomach: One- ounce com pound tincture cinchona, one ounce prosene compound, sherry wine half a pint. Get these at your drug , store. Mix. and take a teaspoonfui before meals and at bedtime, ' J. A WALLS, TOE SPECIALIST Teat 3L.D1 mym Moaiay, 1 of caca week. . 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