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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1910.
PAGE FIVE now TO GIVE DANCC. Miss Gwendolyn Foulke has issued invitations for a dancing party to be titan Wednesday evening, July twen-ty-aeventh at her prettr home In South Eighteenth street. This promises to be one of the most delightful social vents of the coming week's schedule. Jt J J WILL LEAVE SOON. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Comstock and little daughter. Miss Winifred will leave soon for Omena, Mich., where they will be entertained by Mrs. S. S. Baxton, who has a cottage there. Mrs. Baxton has been In this city visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hlb- berd. MUs Clara Comstock Is with Mn. Baxton. Jt jt jt PROM MOTOR TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Aufder held and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Temp rly, have returned from a motor trip to Marlon. Indianapolis News. J Jt Jt INFORMAL TEA. Mrs. J. Holt Livingston entertained with an Informal tea In honor of sever al visiting guests. tf Jt J SOCIETY QUIET. Thero is little doing in the social world this week as a number of per cons have gone to the various sum , ner resorts. One woman said yester day that It was Indeed hard to enter tain visiting guests as so many people have left the city. Several informal picnics ami card parties however, with a few surprise weddings have featur ed the week. jl jt jl LARGE BRIDGE PARTY. A number of the members went out returning home they will visit Mrs. Webb's mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Saund ers of South Tenth street. Jt Jt j ATENDED DANCE. Miss Nora Endsley who resides south of the city was the guest of Miss Ethel Lock wood last evening and today. Miss Endsley has Just return ed from Winchester, Ind., where she attended a large dancing party. j j J RETURNED TODAY. Miss Marie Knowles of IndlanapolU, who has been the guest of Miss Ber tha Taylor at her home In South Eighth street this week, returned to her home today. A number of infor; al social events were given for M Knowles, while here. jl jl jl HAS RETURNED. Miss Imo Eikenberry has returned from Fountain City. Ind., where she spent the past week the guest of Miss Ethel Dennett. jl jl jl CALLED TO DELPHI. Mrs. I. V. Cause and Mrs. Martha E. Dennis are in Delphi, Ind.. having been called by the death of a broth er. Mr. Joseph Snyder. Mr. Snyder is a sJh of Aaron Snyder and former ly resided north of this city, jl jl TO RUSHVILLE. Mrs. Will McVay went to Rushville yesterday, for a week's visit with her mother. j j J WERE MARRIED. Mr. Clinton Kelb of Cambridge City and Miss Gertrude Miller of East Ger mantown, were quietly married last evening at the Grace Methodist par- the Country club yesterday to -'Tller manjr frlend extend congratula. tend the weekly bridge party. Mrs. J. M. Lontx- acted as hostess. There were guests present to fill seven ta bles. Mrs. A. D. Gayle, Mrs. George II. Dilks and Miss Marguerite Wllkie of New York, were given the favors. There were several out of town guests present. jl jl jl 1 . VISITING HERE. Mrs. Parker and daughter Miss Let tie Parker, of Buffalo, New York, are In the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard More, at their home In South Fourteenth street. The Parkers are former residents of this city. Their . many friends will be glad to meet '.mem again. Tney lormeriy resiaea in: ' South Eleventh street. . J Jt Jt 1 WILL VISIT HERE. ' The Muncle Press has the following Item of interest here: Miss Mary Luddington, will spend the next two weeks vltlting friends In Cambridge City and Richmond. Miss Ludtllncton waa at one time a resident of this, city. v Jt I V ARE GUESTS HERE. 1 .Mrs. . Harry Bennett and son, Ray mond, of Michigan City are the guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Hall at their home In South Thirteenth street, ji ji ji ' 'OF INTEREST HERE. ' Mrs. Hugh Barcus of Iridianapolls, arrived this afternoon to be the guest of Mrs. Louis E. Endsley. Hugh Bar cut will arrive Friday to Join his wife In a visit to Mr. ' and Mrs.. Endsley Lafayette Courier. J$ Jt Jt ARRIVED TODAY. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Webb, of Mem phis, Tenn., came this afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomas, at their home In North C street. Before TIMOR OF HEARS GROWTH I i and Rcaoved by Lydia E Pink fcain'sVegetable Compound Holly Springs. Miss. "Words are inadequate for me to express what I (cine s have done for me. The doctors said 1 had a tumor, and 1 had an operation. I but was soon as bac againasever.I wrote tovouforadvice.am! began to take Lydir. t. nnkham veg etable Compound, as you told me to do. I am glad to ur that nnw t Iru-ik feel to well that my friends keep aaxinjr me what has helped me so much, ana x giaaiy recommend your 'Vegetable Compound." Mk.Wiuoe Edwabds, Holly Springs, Miss. One of the rreateat triumphs of Lydia E. rinkhani'a Vegetable Com pound Is the conquering of woman's dread enemy tumor. If you have mysterious palns,inflammation.ulcenu tion or displacement, don't wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of a hospital opera tion, but try Lydia E. llnkham'a Vege table compound at once. For thirty yean Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots end herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and such unquestion. at!a testimony as the above proves the value) of this famous remedy, and thooli give everyone confidence. If you would like special advice rout your caae write a conflden fzA letter to lira. Plnkluun, avt I Ian. Ller advice la free svtd slmura LcSafol. tions. They will reside In Cambridge City. JS Jl Jl LAWN PARTY. . A number of persons attended the lawn party given last evening on the Earlham college campus by the La dles Aid society of the West Rich mond Friends church. During the ev ening Ice cream and cake was served.' jl jl jl TO LEAVE SOON. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hill and daughter Miss Helen will leave the first of the week for Cand Lake, where they will spend their vacation. t. ; ... -5 j j 1 jt A QUEST HERE. Miss Esther Porter of Hagerstown. Ind., Is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. J. M. Lontz, at her home in Westcott Place. jl jl jl TO PHILADELPHIA. ' Miss Ada Gause will leave about the first of August for Philadelphia, where she will continue her studies In Domestic Art work at Crexel. Miss Gause will not hare a sewing class this fall as heretofore. - jt jl jl DINNER PARTY. Miss Mable and Miss Stella Barber entertained several guests to dinner last evening at their home in South Thirteenth street. An Informal thim ble party was given in the evening, later the guests forming a" slumber party, chaperoned by Miss Estell This evening the hostesses will en tertain Mrs. Ewlng's Sunday school class of the First Methodist church. The party last evening was In hon or of Miss Lettle Parker, of New York. , jl jl jl ALL DAY PICNIC. A number of persons formed an all day picnic party yesterday in Glen Miller park. Both dinner and supper were served. In the party were Mrs. O. V. Porter and daughter. Miss Mary Porter. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Heck and daughter Miss Alice Heck. Mrs. John Rlnghoff, Miss Petronella Rlnghoff, Mr. Carl Rlnghoff, Rev. Father Mattingly, Mrs. Carney, Miss Mary Carney, Miss Lu cile Carney and Miss Mary Grady, of Logansport. jl jl jl BE GAY, SAYS MRS. SANGSTER. "Our besetting sin Is to be too seri ous and set too high a value upon sobriety." says Margaret E. Sangs ter In the Woman's Home Companion for August "I hold a brief for pure tun. Laughter is wholesome; mirth does more good than medicine. Not merely when we are on a holiday, but In mid-current of the daily round we are better for an interlude of amusement. The person who wa3 born without a sense of humor is greatly to be pitied. No situation is Intolerable If one ran see the fun iu It. When I hear or see condemna tion of a girl's gaiety, I am forced to the conviction that the grave censor never had a girlhood worth the name or else was born under a baleful star. Immoderate giggling belongs to a transient phase and should not be re proved when children are in their early teens; rather it should be re joiced in, and their ciders look back in tender wisttulness on their own days of such thoughtless delight Be as frivolous as you please, dear maid en and matron, in the summer day and be assured that In its place friv olity is the sunshine, that dances on the wave. Some of the most por tentlous people one meets, people solemn and ' severe and given to frowning, are tools underneath their masks. Some of the lightest-hearted gayest and most winsome In their ca pacity tor seeing fun and making it are among the great and wise. If one has no native sense of humor one should endeavor by every legitimate means to acquire it An evening spent at a play which from the first act to the last scintillates with Jests and irresistibly provokes mirth is a boon to tired folk: so. too. is an hour with a novel In which the serious un-j deriving purpose is Illuminated by flashes of fun on a summer day or a winter afternoon." j Jt J CHARMING PICNIC. One of the most charming picnic parties of the summer season was giv en yesterday afternoon at Glen Miller park by Mrs. Lee Ryan, when 6he took this means of entertaining the members of the American Card club and Invited guests. An elegant pic nic supper was served at five o'clock. The table was attractively , decorated with American flags. The place cards were very unique in design, being or namented with flags. Covers were laid for twenty-two guests. Those par ticipating in the affair were Mrs. E. E. Longstreth, Mrs. Smelser, Mrs. C. R. Woodburefc Mts. Harry Wooters. Mrs. Charles Taylor. Mrs. A. O. Smith. Mrs. Andrew Kordel, Mrs. W. B. Dye. Mrs. Thomas Williams. Mrs. Thornton Hall, Mrs. Harry Bennett, Mr. Ray mond Bennett of Michigan City, Mrs. Frank Laymon, Mrs. Myron Crane, Mr. Lloyd Dye, Mr. Wllkie Dye. Mr. Rus sell Taylor. Mr. Lawrence Taylor and Mr. Russell Ryan. Jt Jt Jt A GUEST HERE. Mr. Erman Smith of Connersville, Ind., was in the city yesterday on bus iness. Jt Jt Jt RETURNED HOME. Mrs. A. L. Stanley, returned home last evening from an extended visit in Indianapolis, where she was the guest of Doctor and Mrs. C. W. West While there she was honor guest at several social functions. Among these events was an automobile party, the guests going to Danville, 111., from In dlanapolls. jl jt jt PICNIC AND DANCE. A number of young people from town went to Jackson's park last ev ening and enjoyed a picnic. Later dancing furnished the amusement The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jameson, of Indianapo lis, who are guests in this city. Those participating in the event were Miss Helen Jameson. Miss Louise Malsby, Miss Emerald Hasecoster. Miss Elaine Jones, Miss Abbie Schaeffer. Miss Ruth Friedgen, Miss Genevieve New- lin, Miss Helen Nicholson and Miss Bertha Taylor, Mr. Roland Coate, Mr. Huston Marlatt, Mr. Robert Crane. Mr, Everett McConaha, Mr. Frank Wlss ler, Mr. Grant Fry, Mr. Charles Buhl. Mr. Emmett Battel, of Chicago and Mr. Arthur Curme. Ji Jt Jl GUESTS HERE. Mrs. Judge Dechant and son Mr. Frederick Dechant of Middletown. O., are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wampler at their home In North Sev enth street Jt J COTERIE CLUB ENTERTAINED. Members of the Coterie club and in vited guests went ' to the home of Aaron Shute last evening. The party took the interurban for a distance and at a certain poln was met by a large hay wagon, which conveyed the party to the Shute home. Between forty and fifty persons were in attendance. A feature of the evening was the mu sical program including vocal and in strumental numbers.' Late in the ev ening ice cream and cake was served. j J j GUESTS HERE. Mrs. John Campbell and son Eu gene, went to Richmond yesterday for a visit with friends. New Castle Times. Jt Jt js IS IN NEW CASTLE. Miss Elsie Marshall Is the guest of Miss Ruth Barnard in New Castle. Miss Barnard was a student in Earl hame college last year. ji ji jl GUESTS AT DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. Austen Frazee, of Ruslivllle. entertained recently at a dinner party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sipe, of Indianapolis. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mauzy (nee Anna Ross) formerly of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMillin, Miss Helen Campbell and Mr. Walter Havens. J J J RETURNED HOME. Misses Marie Reece, Lena Fuller, Ella Owens, Mary Miller and Messrs. Pat Fitzmason, Pat Fuller and Will Fuller returned to their homes in Richmond today, lifter attending the funeral of the late Mrs. Kate Clancy. New Castle Times. JS . J" WILL COME SATURDAY. Miss Ida Philips, of Chicago, will come tomorrow for a visit with Miss Ada Ebenhack. Jl Jt Jt TO VERNON. Mr. Mart Burkhart and family of Seattle, Wash., who have been visit ing his uncle M. H. Wolfer and othe'r relatives and friends left yesterday for Vernon, Ind., where his parents reside. Mr. Burkhart is a former Rich mond man. He has been quite suc cessful in the northwest. js jt ji GUESTS HERE. Mrs. Emma Eva is entertaining Mrs. Frank Bestel and daughter Miss Ethel Bestel of Knightstown. At Local Theaters At the Murray. Tom Linton and his Cannibal Maids are presenting a musical comedy this week at Richmond's most popular playhouse. The costuming is elegant the scenery is appropriate, and then is plenty of singing and dancing. Wag ner and Gray present "Domestic Trou bles" and the title Indicates the style of the sketch. Charlie Hasty, the or iginal "Hoosier Boy" Is a character ization that pleases every audience be cause it is truly funny and the hest kind of comedy. Lola Milton as "That Girl" is a hit without a question. The motion picture is one of the very lat est and is a fine film. My Corns Don't Hurt A Bit Tired, Ailing, Swollen, Smelly, Sweaty Feet, Coma Callouses and Bun Ions, TIZ Cures Right Off. at their best, all being clever singers and dancers. Besides this act there will be sev eral other vaudeville features which will go to make a continuous performance. The seat sale will open at the box of fice tomorrow morning at J o'clock and ladies will be admitted free un der the usual conditions. But all seats must be reserved before 6 p. m. Monday, and t Manager Parks an nounces that no seats will be laid away for any one until after the salo opens tomorow morning. Chapman, formerly of thla city, who addressed the students of that Insti tution. Dr. Chapman has completed ar rangements for a great religious re-' rival which will be held in Jerusalem next March. A similar meeting will also be held in Cairo, Egypt Dr. Chapman will be assisted in these meetings by Charles M. Alexanaer, the noted choir leader, Robert Hark- ne8S, the Australian pianist Ernest W. Naftiger, gospel singer and a num ber of prominent evangelists and soloists. La Porte Stock Co. Mr. Neil Hickey, who will be remem- bered here as the leading man for the Nancy Boyer Company when she ap peared at the Gennett last season has been engaged as the leading man for Mies Mae a Portp for th romlnc bad. son and during the coming engage- , At oommenee ment exer- ment of Miss La Porte at the Gennett clses of the Heidelberg University, the HONOR 10 CHAPMAN Famous Richmond Evangelist Gets a Degree at Heidel berg University. WILL GO TO JERUSALEM which opens Monday night Mr. Hickey will be seen in .all the leading roles and on Monday night he will be seen at his best In Miss La Porte's new; play "One Girl in a Thousand." Mr. Hickey besides being a clever young actor also has a swell singing voice and during the week will he seen in several of his own original singing and dancing specialties. Monday night one of the big vaude ville acts with Miss La Porte will be seen, Mae Ltf Porte and her College Boys, in one of the biggest singing and dancing acts ever seen with a popular price, attraction. In this act besides Miss La Porte, Mr. Joe Mc Enroe, Mr. Del Sherard, Mr. Billy Craig and Mr. Neil Hickey, will appear degree of Doctor of Laws waa con ferred upon the Rev, Dr. J. Wilbur j i - iNoirit. I No acid. i I I I (5 J BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLY OF COAL NOW Prices Low H. C DULLERDICK & SON. PHONE 1235 ! 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It works right off. You will feel better the very first time it's used. Use it a week and you can forget you ever had sore feet. There Is nothing on earth that can compare with it. TIZ is for sale at all drug gists. 2 cents per box. or direct, if yon wish, from Walter Luther Dodge Co, Dodge Building, Chicago, IU. . -...it - -; , :-... . .- -.. , :-. Special Discount on all Dine Willow China Bine Willow Break! eawt 8t Si pes. Blue Willow Cottage Set 7 9CBJ Blue Willow Bluer Set ropes, fleets ifly CflKie Me sposifl piy n fcfc We do not repeat ads. Every ad. is new, contains valuable information which ncs net appeared before. Bear In Mind It Is An Everythlng-Reduced Sale. Lot light wool Dress Skirts. $4.50 to $7.50, choice "$2.98 Pongee Coats, greatly reduced, now go at $6.50 to $0.00 Another case of Bed Spreads, $1.50 goods, choice 98C $1.50 Heatherbloom Petticoats for . QQq See the special Heatherbloom Petti coats at .'. ....89c arW $1,34. All colors In Silk Petticoats at '..$349 and $4.48 See the special offerings in Ladies 'Coat Suits at . .$4.98, $7.48 and gg.gg Special values In Ladies' Shirt Waists at ...................... .90o and $J.35 All Kimonos and Dressing Sacques reduced. r 5 inch Moire Ribbon. 16 new shades, 23c, now -Jq Lot of straw Hair Barrettes, shell and amber -JQc Elastic Belts for summer, 3 shades. 50c goods 22c. H. C. HASEMEIER CO. Choice of S new styles ladies' Hand Bags, black and brown, look like' $1.00 goods go Lot of Men's Leather Pocket Cigar Cases to close at just half price I5c to 75c Lot extra wide Plat Val Laces, worth up to 50c, choice 19c 26 inch, 3 oz. Switch, real hair, $$.00 value - : $4.50 Pinon Dress Shields, now 18c to J2c Sold by us exclusively; try them. SILKS. 27 inch Pongee, 50c, now ......29c 3C inch Pongee. $1.00, now ........... "JQq 27 inch Black Messaline, $1.00 goods, now ..0gc .27 inch. Black Peau Be Sole, $1.00 goods, now ................... 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