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THE RICmiOXD PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1910.
PAGE FIVB OTA Edited By Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas. BRIDGE PARTY AND LUNCHEON. Mrs. Jeannette O. Leds will enter tain with a morning bridge party and luncheon Tuesday at the Country Hub. j jl jl TO INDIANAPOLIS. The Richmond Mannerchor socjety and the German Military society will KO to Indianapolis Sunday to attend the exercises which are lxlng arrang ed at that place in celebration of "German Day,"' The, Maennerchor soci ety will have a special chorus for the occasion. All Germans are Invited to attend the celebration as the guests of the above named organizations. AH those who desire to go are asked to see member of the committee on arrangements composed of Mr. II. II. Kngelbert. Mr. H?na Koll. Mr. Fred Hackman. Mr. Adolph fUlckwedet. Mr. Edward If sen a Mr. Wll! Dunning. The German Military society has a chorus of thirty-five members aM of whom have served under the Emper or. A reheaiHal will he he'd thlu ev ening In the South Side hull. J j j WILL PICNIC WEDNE8DAY. The members of the Helen Taft Sewing circle will hold r. picnic Wed nesday afternoon at Glen Miller park. All members who expect to go are re quested to meet at the corner of Eighth aud Main streets at two-thlrtv o'clock. Each lady is requested to bring a lunch. . . ARE AT HOME. Misses Etta and Bertha Maag. have returned home after a two weeks visit In Detroit, Toledo and Star Island. j J. J PRETTY LANDSCAPES. Mr. Charles Clawson, a well known local artist is exhibiting a number of pretty landscapes in the Starr Piano windows. Although some of them are small the coloring la exceptionally good. ? & J J GUESTS AT THE CLUB. Mr. Wlckham Cor win, with hla mother Mrs. Cor win of New York, took dinner at the Country club last evening. Jl Jl WILL COME WEDNESDAY. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lahr. who haVe been spending their honeymoon broad, will come Wednesday for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Cates. or North Eleventh street. Mrs. Lahr was formerly Mies Josephine Cates. jl jl jl DINNER GUESTS. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gennett and family were dinner guests at the Coun try club laat evening. jl jl ji SEWING CIRCLE. Mrs. William Wood will be hostess for a meeting or the Spring Grove Sewing circle Tuesday afternoon at her home In Spring Grove. jl jl jl HAS RETURNED. Miss Rose Gennett has returned from a visit with friends and relatives InJS'ew York. Boston, Mass.. and Bat tleHarbor. Mich. . j LEFT THIS MORNING. Mr. Puul Emergon and Mr. Carl Emerson, left this raonWng for James Lake where they will spend the re mainder of the summer camping. Several others from town also left to day for the lake. js" J 1 J DINNER FOR GUESTS. A charming dinner party was giv en last evening by Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Porterfield at their home In East Mala street, complimentary to their guests who have been forming a housepartr at the Porterfield home, the affair coming to a close today. The taMs was beautifully appointed with nas turtiums and ferns. The favors were mill bouquets of the blossoms. The Know How To Keep Cool? When Summer's sun, and daily toil heat the blood to an uncomforta ble degree, there is noth ing so comforting and cooling as a glass of Ifoshnn served with sugar and a little lemon. Surprising, too, how the food elements relieve, .fatigue and sustain one. The flavor is delicious and Postum is really a food drink. "Tfcere's a Reason rOSTUM CEREAL CO. LTD., Battle Creek. Mich. Joins the Rend Divorce Co 'or y m sr- r . . - ; I. 1 1 ,1- -k J Mrs. Frieda Thaw Peet, who has recently joined the Reno divorce pol ony, taking the cottage of .Mrs. W. E. Corey, the former wife of the steel magnate who married Mabel Gilman. Mrs. Peet is already the divorced wife or Edward Thaw, half brother of Harry Thaw. Her present husband from whom she seeks to be set fre e Is J. Dodridge Peet. a New York club man worth over $5,000,000. place cards were, beautiful handpalnt cd heads, the name of each guest be ing written across the face of the card. Dinner in several courses wan served at Blx-thirty o'clock. The guests were Miss Botkln, of Winches ter, Miss Mable Harris, of Chicago, Miss Ruby Jones, of Muncle, Ind., Mra. Clarence Davis, of New York, Miss Hirdie Keever, of Winchester, Miss Nellie Shane, of San Francisco. Cal., Miss Rhoda Porterfield, of Indiana polls, Miss Mildred Schalk, Mr. Frank Schalk, Miss Ethel Thomas, Mr. Orbra Decker, Mrs. Shane, of San Francisco, California, Miss Hazel Thomas. Mr. Russell Hettbrink, Mr. Charles Claw son, Mr. Robert Thornburg, Mr. My ron Hill. Mr. Paul Fisher. Miss Eliza beth Thomas, Mr. Wilbur HaBemeier and Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer. j .4 . TO DENVER. Mr. Frank Crichet will .leave, next week.for Denver, Colo., where he will Join Mrs. Crichet and daughter, Miss Ruth who have beea in the west fo. ceveral weeks. jl ji TO VISIT HERE. The Lafayette Courier says: Miss Anna M. Dewitt left today for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Richmond anl Fair Haven, Ohio. . Jl Jl WAS IN CINCINNATI. Mr. Albert Gilchrist was the guest of friends in Cincinnati, yesterday. J J Jt FOR JAMES LAKE. The following persons left this morning for James Lake where they will spend their vacation: Mrs. H. II. Engelbert and Mrs. George William. They will Join Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dilks. Miss Magdalena Engelbert and Mr. and Mrs. Gaar Williams, of India napolis. Jl Jt jl A GUEST HERE. Mr. Doyle, a civil engineer for the Pennsylvania railroad with headquart ers in Cleveland. Ohio, was a guest In this city yesterday. Jt . WILL RETURN. Mrs. Helen Angle and children who have been visiting In this city for a few days with former friends, return ed to their home in Silver City. New Mexico. J j TO HER HOME. Mrs. Clarence Davis, of New York City, who was a guest nt the house party given by Mrs. O. G. Porterfield. returned today. j js j FEW EVENTS SCHEDULED. Only a few social events have been scheduled so far for the week. These will Include card parties with a few luncheons and dinners. A number of people are leaving the city and with those who have already gone, no doubt there will be little "doing" in the so cial world during the month of August Jl J J GUEST HERE. Mr. Clarence Green, of the Dayton Herald, a former reporter on the Ev ening Item, passed through the city today enroute to Chicago, where he will attend a meeting of the Pythian lodge. J j j ARE IN LYNN. Misses Martha and Mary McLellan are visiting relatives at their former home in Lynn, Ind. They will return home the latter part of the week. J J Jt TO CALIFORNIA. Mr. Dudley . Cates left today for perkeley, California, after a several weeks visit in this city with friends and relatives. J Jl Jt IS AT HOME. Miss Florence Hoen, of Noblesville. Ind.. has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mann, in this city. j Si j CONCERNING TOURISTS. Miss Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres in writ ing to the Sunday Star says: Washington. Aug. 6. With the sea son at high tide for Junketers and jaunters and trippers generally, with Atlantic City at its most blataat worst, and the entire country of holi day seekers most avidly asqulrm, Washington is a martyrdom. Indeed. j to those who linger in its muggy, ruoisty midst. Not that Washington isn't all right. It's one's outlying friends. They de scend upon you in slews and scads, seeking to spend a night or two with you and to be shown thinss. How they do love to see things! Perhaps you've noticed that nobody can ever get anywhere else in the world without passing through Wash ington. It's the grand toural distribut ing point and clearing house. The pleasure passengers never omit to hunt you up when they . come u town. Even the faintlv remembered from your old home state whom you have met long since and lost a while, pounce" down upon you witi cheerful proprietorship if you live In Washing ton. AH Inhabitants of the capital city, hospitable or Inhospitable, are the-vfe-tims of rapacious sightseers at sum mer excursion periods. There's ao use in kicking. One Is t the mercy ot one's friends. . Monument, capitot. library, treasury and all the rest of the wearisome grind have to be perpetrated. Jl J ' SOCIAL WEDNESDAY. A dime social will be given Wed nesday evening at the First Christian church by the members of the East End Aid society. An excellent pro gram is being arranged for the occa sion. All persons are invited to at tend. - J Jt . jt TO CINCINNATI. Miss Alice Scliuernian and Miss Edith Schuerman, have gone to Cin cinnati, O.. for a few days visit. J5 Jl J TO TERRE HAUTE. Mr. Walter Mc Whinner, lias gone to Terre Haute, for a few days. : TO INDIANAPOLIS. Mr. E. G. Hibberd hM gone to In dianapolis and other points on a busi ness trip. ji Jl Jl ... A GUEST HERE. Miss Edna Colglazier. of Louisville. Ky., formerly of this citj Is the guest of Miss Mable Thomas, of North Sev entcenth street. j . TO MEET TUESDAY. The East End Aid society ot the First Christian churcn will meei Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Leighton at her home. 521 South Thirteenth street. J J J VISITING HERE. Miss Mae Turner vend Miss Rhea Turner, of Anderson. Ind.. are visit ing their con&in, Mrs. Florence Brown of this citr. jl j" Ji . TO BE HERE THIS MONTH. Tbe district deputy of the Pythian Sisters will be in the city Wednesday, August seventeenth to Inspect the or ganization. J Jl J WILL RETURN TUESDAY. Mr. William Kerkem. of Washing ton. D. C, who is a guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Freeman, wilt return home Tuesday. The wedding of Mr. Kerkem and Miss Hazel Free man will be celebrated in the early fall. . s j TO CLIFTON SPRINGS. Miss Laura Gaston will leave this week for Clifton Springe where she will spend a fortnight. j8 fcjC GUESTS IN COLUMBUS. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cronin and daughter. Miss Jessie, visited in Co lumbus, O., yesterday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Runyan, of that city. rf MARRIED SATURDAY. The wedding of Mr. Frank Newland and Miss Mona Elliott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Elliott was cel brated Saturday evening at six o'clock In the Whitewater Friends church par sonage, by the Rev. Mr. Napier in the presence of a few friends and rela tives. The bride wore a pretty dres of tan silk with hat and gloves to correspond. There were no atten dants. Mr. and Mrs. Newland will be at home to their many friends in this city after September fifteenth in their newly appointed home, 518 North Twenty-second street. The bride Is a graduate of the music department at Earlham college and has appeared in recitals In this city a number of times. Mr. Newland is an employe of the Pennsylvania railroad. jl vl jl VISITING HERE. Miss Catherine Lambert of Cincin nati and Miss Hazel Jones, of New York are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrison, at their, home in North Eighth street. jS IS AT HOME. Miss Alice Test has returned from Bloomlngton, where she attended the summer school at Indiana university, jl jl jl HAVE RETURNED. Mr. Frank Powell and Mr. Scott Morse have returned from a week'p outing in Buffalo and Toronto, Can ada. jl jl jl RETURNED FROM CAMP. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Pitts and Miss Grace Miller, who have been encamp for a fortnight have returned ,home. During their stay they entertained a number of guests from this city. Jl Jl Jl IS IN CHICAGO. Miss Ethel Marlatt, has gone . to Chicago for a visit with Mrs. Warren Hill. VISITED HERE. ' Mr. and Mrs. Schultz and son, of near Liberty Ind., spent over Sunday here, the guests of relatives. Woman Named in Swindle r ! k .-ill - 1 V .. . M K'A GOTHAM SOCIETY PEOPLE OUAKIIIG Raid on a Gambling Casino Is Expected to Expose a Sensation. TRYING TO SHIELD NAMES THAT PUBLICITY WILL BE 1IVEN TO THOSE WHO FREQUENT THE CLUB IS WHAT RAIDERS HAVE THREATENED. 1 ' Mrs. Ellen Dunlay Hopkins, who is accused by . Mrs. Marie Nevlns Blaine Bull, widow of the famous surgeon, of influencing her to invest 135,000 in an alleged swindle promoted by John A. Qualey and Harvey Wiley Corbett. Recent revelations indicate that Mrs. Hopkins has for sev. eral years been a strong "under-current" female factor in financial schemes. It Is stated that at one time she was engaged to marry the late William C. Whitney, who regarded her judgment on financial sub jects with the greatest respect She is reported to have been a bitter ene . my of the late Jay Gould. (American Kew 8rvic) " Naragansett . Pier, R. I., Aug. 8.- Thirty men and women, prominent la society of JCew York, ' Boston, Phila delphia and Baltimore., are shaking In their shoes today at the prospect of their names becoming known as the result', of the sensational raid i made early yesterday morning on the famous and. exclusive .Naragansett club. That publicity will be given to all found In the club, accused of gambling, was the threat made today by those who engin eered the attack. ; . . ' t Mrs, John H. Hanan of New York, and Philip S. B. Randolph of Philadel phia, who according to the authorities were among the thirty, today remain ed in seclusion. Influences at Work. , - . Powerful influences have - already been brought to bear . on . Constable John Cross, who led the raiding party to induce him to have the accused ar raigned privately next Monday under the assumed names given in the club house. Cros subordinates took down the fictitious names given them, but after each fictitious name wrote the real name.' Activity - In the case today' was de flected to the arraignment of Croe himself In police court on a charge ot assault, and the aralgnment at the same time ot W. O. Hanan and George L. Cutting of Worcester. " Mass., charged with assault and carrying con cealed and deadly weapons. Those ar rested were released on $200 and SS0C bail respectively, Cuttings' ball being given by James 3. Y. Ivins of New York, son of William M.'Ivlna. "' .w Meanwhile Cross adherents declared that he will prove not only that there was gambling going on in tne cmo. oui that it was for high stakes. Wher the $ 30,000 said to have been found ot tne taoies ny me raiders is now ueini held has been kept a secret. r FINANCES OF CITY SHOWN BY M MAHAN (Continued from Page One.) TINY BABY HAD DREADFUL ECZEM On Hands, Face, Nose and Mouth. Hard Crust Formed and Cracked Open. Blood Ran. Itched Fright- , fully. Mitts on Hands. No Rest. Got Cuticura. In 3 Days Relief. In a Week Cured Without a Mark. "I have tittle baby almost' year old. When It was two monUia old it pot eczema on top of both hrr harnls. oa her face and Inside her cose and mouth. She refused to drink and one ot her eyes almost closed up. A bard crust formed and would crack open and the blood ran out. It itched so fright fully that th poor Uttle cirl couia not tet. We had to keep . milts on her hand to keep her from dcratrti- ' wit at nrr lace ana J. 1 r mother was forred -fchair with the baby 'flat anl nlcRt. iiad a very rood doc tor and he did ail that h traariblr mulfi ta rISere the bahr fnrtare but the results were not what we bid looked tor. W had ad of the CntWira retnedi o f went to the dmt store and rot ome Cuti rira mart and Cutinira ointment. We used them just a directed and tn three day the crust beran to come off. In a week there was no more scab and now t!e baby t cured with out a mark "Win mundlT in her cradle and her parenta tn their bed. with no more sleer ie nirhts because of tbe bahT' aufferrn. Cutkrura seem a wonderful remedy foe thia disease and any one harinr enema tthould not delay fat retthi it. Henfr M. Fofei. R. F. D. I, Bath. Pa Dec. 9, 1909. " . ,,. mm tMtcr Draa Ckcm. On. Sola Prapa. awMafled wea. IVmr Cwuean bonk. enataMac enough to meet the expenses. de clared Dr. Zimmerman, "and this will be done next year. I am being jeere 1 and laughed at for preventing' side walk improvements and others, where there is only one street Intersection which would not cost much, but there are many or such improvements in the city and all or them would cost thousands or dollars. If one is made all must be made. We've got to set our foot down somewhere." A Report for July. j The regular July controller's report, was submitted and In part is as fol lows: On hand July 1 133.253.S9 Receipts since : 2,789.27 The largest item of receipts was $1,255 from liquor licenses. Disbursements $9,467.01 Largest expenditures are: Fire de partment, $2,004.42; street department $2,309.89; police - department, $1,524. 64 ; salaries of city officials and office expenses. $1,508.92. Balance on hand. August 1. .$26,576.15 Sinking Fund. Amount in fund. July 1 . . . . .$14,3S6.lt Receipts since ............. 37.10 Total .$14,423.21 Special Fund. On hand in fund, July 1 $ 618.02 Receipts since 3,575.30 Total ........$ 4,193.32 Bonds paid .....$ 1.581.20 Balance in fnnd, August 1..$ 2,612.12 Street Improvement Fund. Amount in fund, July 1 ...,$ 3,5S5.50 Receipts since 3,747.87 Total $ 7,333.37 Paid contractors .. ....$ 1,284.4"; Balance in fund, August 1...$ 6.04S.47 LEE ACTIVE AGAIN (American News Service. Aceiba, Honduras, Aug. 8. Hondur as government troops, attacking the revolutionists, under leadership of Lee Christmas, an American, were re pulsed near here today. One hundred and fifty were klled in the right. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. RINGS of all kinds, stsea tad 4 A. lAUka4nllAM a - Iam . in m mini mm ' A 4 chfldren and babies. Many years of diamond experience. ' 4 ' FRED KENNEDY ' The New Jeweler. S2 Main St, 4 The Flower Step H15 M8iaSL ftzzz i: VACATIOri'-nOHEf Why Not Take Advantage cl Viz WN LOW BATES and spend a few days with relatives or friends. If It's money you need, call on us. ' We will loan you any amount from $5 to $100, ' on easy weekly, monthly or quarterly payments Your household.. goods, piano, horses, wagons, etc.. will act as security. You do not have to ask a friend to go on your note If you deal with us. , 60 cents is the weekly payment on a $25.00 loan for 50 weeks. . Other amounts in proportion. , , ... ; If unable to call at office, write or 'phone. We will have our agent call on you. s Your Name Address, Street and No. ...... ........... Town Amount .Wanted, Occupation .............. ........... . All communications held strictly confidential. Address Richmond Loan Co. 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