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THE RICHMOND PALI ADIU3I AND SUN-TEL.EGRAM, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1910.
PAGE FIVE By Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas, LUNCHEON AND BRIDGE. Probably the most attractive social event for today was the luncheon and bridge party given by Miss Rose Gen nett at the Country club in honor of Mi8 Gertrude Moore of Phila delphia, who is the guest of Miss Marie Campbell this week. Lunch in several courses was served at one o'clock. The table was attrac tively appointed with flowers. Places were arranged at the table for Miss Moore, Mrs. Rose of Nashville, Tenn., Miss Marie Campbell, Miss Mildred Oaar, Miss Mary Gaar, Miss Fannie Jones, ' Mrs. William Campbell, Mrs. Henry Oennett, Miss Edith Nicholson, Mrs. Betty Robbins, Mrs. A. D. Gayle, Mrs. Omar Hollingsworth, Miss Caro lyn Hollingsworth, Mrs. Charles West cott of Florida, Miss Gwendolyn Foulke, Miss Lighthipe of Montclair, N. J. and Miss Rose Gennett. After lunch the afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Miss Gennett proved to be a most charming hostess, js j OF INTEREST HERE. Complimentary to Misses Elsie and Juanita Mennet, who leave shortly for their new home In Los Angeles, Cal., the Epsilon Kappa Gamma sorority will give a banquet, Tuesday evening, at the St. Denis Hotel. Columbus (Ind.) Republican. Miss Elsie Mennet was a recent guest at the home of Miss Margaret Sedgwick. J J J LAWN 80CIAL. A lawn social will be given Thurs day evening by the Ladies Auxiliary of the St. Mary's church on the school house lawn. The public is cordially in vited to attend. J J TO NEW YORK. Miss Ruth Hleger, left last evening for New York where she will visit until the latter part of August J J J ENTERTAINED THIS AFTERNOON. Miss Opal Lovin entertained the members of a thimble club and sev eral Invited guests this afternoon at her bungalow home In South A street. The afternoon was pleasantly spent In a social manner and with needle work. Music was also a feature. The invited guests were Misses Mable and Edith Guyer, Mrs. Jesse Bond, Mrs. Roy Taylor' and Mrs. Omar Whlttaker. At the close of the afternoon's festivit ies a lunch was served. TO ANN ARBOR. Miss Louise Millikan of New Cas tle, has gone to Ann Arbor, Michigan to attend the commencement exer cises. J j J THAYER-WALKER. Mr. George A. Thayer and Miss Bessie Walker of Greenfield, Indiana, were quietly married at the First Method 1st parsonage Tuesday after noon, the Rev. J. F. Radcllffe perform ing the ceremony. Mr. Thayer is a mining engineer. Both of the young people are well and favorably known In their home town. The bride has several friends In this city. jl jl jl FOR NEW YORK. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Bowman will leave soon for New York, where they will spend a fortnight Their daughter Miss Edith will probably ac company them. Jl . J9 RETURNED HOME. Mr. Clay Cole returned to his home In Richmond this morning after visit ing his sister Mrs. Charles Applegate. New Castle Courier. jl jg JUNE ALMOST OVER. The month of June is almost over and it has been marked this year by a number of delightful and happy social events. June has never wanted for praise, but surely she deserves more than Idle compliments for she is as Just as she is fair. All the rich gifts of the year are in her lap. The gold of sunlight A DETERMINED WOMAN Finally Found a Food that Cured Her. "When I first read of the remarkable effects of Grape-Nuts food, I determin ed to secure some," says a woman of Salisbury, Mo. "At that time there was none kept in this town, but my husband ordered some from a Chicago traveler. "I had been greatly afflicted with sudden attacks of cramps, nausea, and vomiting. Tried all sorts of remedies and physicians, but obtained only tem porary relief. As soon as I began to use the new food the cramps disap peared and have never returned. "My old attacks of sick stomach were a little slower to yield, but bv continuing the food, that .trouble has disappeared entirely. I am today per fectly well, can eat anything and ev erythtng I wish, without paying the penalty that I used to. We would not keep house without Grape-Nuts. "My husband was so delighted with the benefits I received that he has been recommending Grape-Nuts to his cus tomers and has built up a very large trade on the food. He sells them by the case to many of the leading phy sicians of the county, who recommend Grape-Nuts very generally. There la some satisfaction in using a really scientifically prepared food." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Rea son." Ever read the above letter? A new on appears from time to time. They art' genuine, true, and full of human Interest - is hers supremely, she is beautiful be yond compare with lovely tints, rich scents and soft zephyrs. (That is they are soft when they are not harsh). The fairest maidens choose her for their nuptials, and the young girls Just budding into womanhood ask her benison for their first step into the broader paths of life that marks the ending of their school days. Lov ers have praised her moonlight even ings and mellow twilight, poets have exhausted every adverb, noun and ad jective in their vocabularies in chant ing her perfections, but no one has yet been awarded the scales and sword of Justice to her. Heretofore her hands have held only the apple of Venus, that goddess of love and beau ty. In the early days of June, while the month was yet young, she was a niggard with her charms and smiles and her adorers were ready to leave her and worship at the shrine of the coal dealer. There sat June, all un heedful of the scorn and contempt of her subjects, smiling an inscrutable smile, and warmly wrapped in rich furs. And so she sat for many days, while the fires glowed in the houses and all the world was filled with com plaining. Then one day, she threw aside her warm robes, stretched forth her hands and smiled so intensely that straightway the earth writhed withered under her brilliancy. Still she smiled, for she said "My people have complained of my chill mood and ask the warmth and joy of rapture and as they desire, so shall It be." Tho mercury kept pace with the spirit pf June, and as exhilaration marked her mood, so did the temperature rise, till it was almost at breaking point. Then the people cried again because of the great heat, but June shook her head and smiled still more brightly. "They shall have their measure," she said in her Justice. t TO DAKOTA. Miss Mary Roland with Miss Clara Reeves Brown of Indianapolis left Sunday for South Dakota, where they will spend several weeks on a ranch, jl jl jt INFORMAL TEA. In honor of Mrs. Albaugh and Mrs. Sweeney of Kokomo. Mrs. B. B. John sod gave an informal tea Tuesday at her home in East Main street. Among the guests were Mrs. Clem Gaar, Mrs. Dudley Elmer, Mrs. Will Campbell, Mrs. George R. Williams, Mrs. Howard Campbell, Mrs. Harry Land and Mrs. Frank Land. J J THEATER PARTY. A theater party at the Murray last evening was a feature of the day's social schedule. The affair was given by Mrs. P. W. Smith and was in honor of Mrs. B. B. Johnson's house guests, Mrs. Albaugh and Mrs. Sweeney of Kokomo. Jl J Jl PORCH AND LAWN PARTY. A porch and lawn party was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Mary Foulke in honor of Misses Lillian and Belle Bush, of Battle Creek, Michigan The guests were members of the Spring Grove Sewing circle with a few others from town. The afternoon was spent in a pleasant social manner and with needlework. Later a delic ious lunch was served. Among the guests were Mrs. E. P. Tvueblood, Mrs. j Frank Stephens, Miss Harriet Thomp son, Miss Caroline Salter Miss Un thank, Miss Newman, Miss Nellie Mawhood and Miss Eva Mawhood. Jl Jl Jl WEDDING ANNOUNCED. Announcement cards have been re ceived from Omaha, Neb., announcing the marriage of Mr. Roy Wesler and Miss Edna Hllbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilbert of North Seventeenth street. The wedding was celebrated Thursday evening, June the twenty-third at six-forty-five o'clock in the presence of a few friends and rela tives. Rev. Mr. Roufe performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by Mrs. Frank Warfel of this city. Mr. Ubank acted as best man. Mr, and Mrs. Wesler will reside in Omaha. Their many friends here extend most hearty congratulations. Jl Jl Jl GUESTS AT NEW CASTLE. The New Castle Times says: Mr. and Mrs. Lenna Cranor and son Earl of Richmond, have returned home after spending several day s with Mr, and Mrs. Will Maudlin, in North Tenth street Jl Jl Jl SPECIAL MUSIC. The Presbyterian congregation will have a rare pleasure Sunday morning, when they will have tho opportunity of hearing Mrs. Fred Yalz, of New Orleans, sing at the services. Mrs. Valx is one of the best known sopra no soloists in the south and New Cas tle people will appreciate the chance to hear her sing. At the evening ser vice Miss Louise Millikan will sing. Miss Millikan needs n introduction to people in this city the mere men tion of the fact that she is to sing is all that is necessary. New Castle Times. J Jl J ' IN RUSHVILLE. Mr. Paul Fisher will spend the Fourth the guest of friends in Rush ville. led. '' Jl Jl jl WILL LEAVE SOON. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Smith will leave soon for their summer home at Odea, Michigan. ; Jl Jl Jl THEATER PARTY. Last evening Miss Eunice Douthet entertained with a theater party at tho Murray in honor of Miss Dirce Lam son, who leaves soon for the east The guests were Miss Ada Winter, Miss Margaret Hannon, Miss Almira Arnold, Miss Bessie Winsett, Miss Bessie Edwards, Miss Mable Ammer man. Miss Lamson and Miss Douthet. Jl Jl Jl PICNIC AT GLEN. Members of the Ministerial associa tion with their families and friends enjoyed a picnic this afternoon at Glen Miller park. Jf JM HAS RETURNED. . Miss Daisy Helms lias returned home after visiting at Spiceland, New Castle and Greensboro, Ind. Jt j TO GIVE HOUSE PARTY. Miss Lucy Turner will entertain with a house party over the Fourth at her home in North Twenty-first street. PARTY AT CLUB. A number of the Country club mem bers enjoyed a bridge party this morn ing a the club house. 8 CLUB NOTES LEAGUE SOCIAL. The Epworth League of the First Methodist church will give a lawn party and ice cream social Friday ev ening on the church lawn. The public is cordially invited to attend. J j J CLUBS DISBANDING. The warm weather is interferring just a little with the social gather ings of the city and especially is this true of the various clubs. Each week other clubs are added to the list of those already disbanded for the sum mer. However a number of the church Aid societies have announced that meetings will be continued "if the weather does not get too warm." But the society editor still has hopes as a number of picnics, lawn parties, and festivals are springing into promin ence. House parties at country homes are also gaining In popularity, f Jl . J js ALL DAY MEETING. The Ladies Aid society of the Unit ed Brethren church will hold an all I day meeting Thursday in the Sunday school room. The morning will be spent at Quilting. In the afternoon a business session will be held. A good attendance of members is desired. J Jt Jl AID SOCIETY MET. The East End Aid society of thej First Christian church met yesterday j afternoon at the home of Miss Belle ; Scott in North Fifteenth street Sev eral important business matters of in terest to the society were discussed. The members came prepared for work. j jt Jl ENTERTAINED LADIES. Last evening the members of the First Methodist Brotherhood entertain ed the members of the Ladies Aid soci-j ety in a pleasant manner in the church parlors. Mr. Jones presided for the men and Mrs. U. B. G. Ewing for the women. Talks were made by Rev. Mr. Radcliffe, Dr. D. W. Stevenson and Mr. and Mrs. Brown, the latter havmg just returned from Florida. Mrs. Har ry Doan sang, accompanied by Miss Ella Luring. A violin solo was pre sented by Mr. Cates. Refreshments were served and a social hour follow ed. .4 J ENTERTAINED CLUB. Miss Mildred Gaar entertained the members of the Tuesday Bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home in North Thirteenth Btreet. Miss Gert rude Moore of Philadelphia and Miss Lighthipe of Montclair, N. J., were the guests of honor. Other guests were Miss Juliet Swayne, Miss Marie Camp bell and Mrs. Fannie Corwin. The game was played at several tables. A lunch was served at the close of the affair. AID SOCIETY TO MEET. The Ladies Aid society of the East Main Street Friends church will meet Thursday in the Christian Endeavor room. All members, are urged to heed this announcement. The annual picnic of the Dorcas society was held yesterday afternoon in Glen Miller park. The affair was to have been held Monday but was postponed on account of the inclement weather. The guests of honor were the families and friends of the mem bers. In the afternoon games furnish ed the amusement for the young peo ple. At five-thirty o'clock a bountiful supper was served. Mrs. Henry Hieg er is president of the society, Mrs. George Mashmeyer, vice president Mrs. William Williams, secretary and Mrs. Emma , Krivel. treasurer. The other members of the club are Miss Ruth Mashmeyer, Miss Alice Knollen berg. Mrs. Edward Warfel. Mrs. Lee Nusbaum, Mrs. Oliver Nusbaum, Mrs. Will Seeker. Mrs. Anna Heltbrink, Mrs. Albert Rost. Mrs. John Marshall, Mrs. Richard Vansant, Mrs. Henry Kluter. Mrs. George Fox. Mrs. Rich ard More, Mrs. James, Mrs. George Eggemeyer and Mrs. Frank Haner. I Mr - '.. .S 1 I If 11 W$ J IV L J Sroafl osfl odieino oi f ho Ago Mr. Walter Clark of Bluefield, W. Vau, was laid up with lung trouble, unable to work for two months. He tried nu merous medicines without results until he took Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. It com Kletely cured him and now e is in perfect health. "Having been afflicted with a seri ous case of lung trouble and used many remedies without result in fact, I was unable to do any work whatever for two months Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey was recom mended, and I commenced taking the same. I desire to state that I am entirely cured, having been pro nounced so by my physician. m. WALTta xak. 1 ins testimonial is conscientious ly given and without any solicitation whatsoever. I consider this the greatest medicine of the present age." Walter Clark, Bluefield, iW. Va. Mr. Clark is a member of the firm of Clark & Co., prom inent grocers of Bluefield. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a wonderful remedy in the treatment and cure of all diseases of the lungs, throat and stomach and for all weakening and wasting conditions. It is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimu lant and tonic. When taken at mealtime it stimulates the mucous surfaces and little glands of the stomach to a healthy action, thereby improving the digestion and assimilation of the food and giving to the system its full proportion of nourishment. This action upon the digestive process is of great importance, as it brings to all the tissues and organs of the body the nutriment necessary to their sustenance and indirectly to the whole system strength and vigor. It is prescribed by doctors and is recognized as a family medicine everywhere. If in need of advice write Medical Department, The Duffy Malt tWhiskey Company, Rochester, New York, stating your case fully. Our doctors will send you advice free, together with a valuable il lustrated medical booklet, containing rare common sense rules for health, which you cannot afford to be without, and some of the many thousands of gratifying letters received from men and women in all walks of life, both old and young, who have been cured and benefited by the use of this great medicine and who continue to enjoy good health. Sold by druggists, grocers and dealers or direct $1.00 a large bottle. GINGER UP" Your Water Heater and get Hot Water quickly. Our heater and methods relieve the pain. MEERHOFF, the Plumber Phone 1236. 9 South 9th St. I 1 ALLEN 1 In majy h His Autobiography Just received at Nicholson's. Largs 12 Mo, 420 pages, sixteen illustrations. See window. Price $1-50 net. NICHOLSON A BRO. 729 Main St. WE'RE Just a littlo proud of our table . silver, cut class. Jew el cases, clocks, etc. It's a brilliant assemblage intend ed to brighten home and home-life. And our prices are no higher than those asked for make-believe things which this store won't handle. Tho Jowolor Hemmed Bed Spreads Size 72x83, worth $1.25, for 98c. EKIISEGS.9 2ND FLOOR ANNEX A Striped Tapestry Coach Cover9 worth 91.50, for (UJ L0TY ML w the DRAPERY, CURTAIN and SPREAD DEPT. 3 DAYS OF BARGAINS, BEGINNING THURSDAY, JUNE 30. This sale will mean just what the word Quality conveys Quality cou pled with a low price is the idea to be inferred, and this will bo strictly tho case. Every item advertised will possess quality, oxcollenco and worth. ITEM l. One solid case, size 72x83 Hemmed Bed Spreads, well worth $1.25 each. Sale price for three days. 98c each. ITEM IV. Thirty-four patterns 40-inch reversible stenciled Etammes in dark colors, suitable for halls, living rooms, dining rooms and libraries; very choice indeed; regular prices 30 and 35c per yard. Sale price for three days, only 23o per yd. ITEM II. Large assortment of striped tapestry Couch Covers, very attractive value at only 98c each. CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES. ICURTAINS AND DRAPERIES OF REAL QUALITY EXCELLENCE BOUGHT FOR ATTRACTIVE SELLING AND GOODS THE PURCHASER WILL BE PROUD TO OWN. ITEM III. Ten patterns 40 inch stenciled Etamines jn light and dark colorings, attractive designs and washable. Very suitable for Summer Hangings. Regular-25c quality. Sale price for three days only lie per yard. ITEM V. Fifteen patterns 45-inch Curtain Nets in green, red, Arabian and White, patterns suitable for any room; neat, dainty, pleasing; regular val ues, 25c, 30c and 35c. Sale price for three days only 22c per ytrd. ITEM VI. Twenty-one pairs of Odd Curtains in Brus sels Net, Cable Net, Irish Point, Cluny and Not tingham Curtains; regular prices from $1.00 to $1 5.00 a pair. Our Quality Sale price will be 50c to $7.50 a pair. WINDOWPHANIIIL What is it? Come and see. An article to make your own Art Windows. The modern Translucent Glass Decoration. Many artistic pat terns, easily applied and pretty as real art glass. Prices from 30c to $1.00 per yard. EASY DYE STENCILING SETS Complete outfit of colors, patterns and brush all for $1.00. This Special Three Days' Quality Sale will prove a money saver to every buyer. Come to the Second Floor and take a look at the choice offerings. Buy what you see to please you. SEE DISPLAY OF THE BARGAINS IN SHOW WINDOW. THE Thursday, Friday and Saturday.