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TIIE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, SUNDAY, AUGUST 14,' 1910.
PAGE FIVE (D)TU WMF TO She Will Create Title Role iii. Edited by Miss Ftlzabeth R. Thamas SOCIAL CALENDAR FOR WEEK. Monday fioni of Veterans will net In th Post rooms at the court IOUS0. t Tuesday Member, of the Phi Delta Kappa fraternity will give a large lancing party In the pavilion at Jack ion iark. The Ladies Aid society of the West Richmond friends church will mett A the afternoon at Karlham hall. Wednesday Members of the Tenny :lub will meet In' the afternoon. The fifth annual reunion of the Me learls family will be held at Jackson park. Members of the Cook family will bold their annual reunion at Glen Mil ler park. Thursday The regular weekly par ty will be held at the Country club, the hostess lo be announced later. Members of the Woman's Relief Corps will meet In the Fost rooms at the court hoime. Friday A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin will be held at the Flrnt Daptlst church. J J LAST WEEK'S RECORD. The pat week has been marked by a number of pleasant social events, although the week was not as gay a might have been expected. Monday evening Ml us Bessie Adams was hos tess for a charming garden party at her home In South Thirteenth street. The members of the First M. E. church gave a farewell party for Mrs. C. M. Hamilton and children at their home in East Main street. They left for Banford, Florida where they will join Dr. Hamilton. Tuesday a party was given In the afternoon by Mrs. Claude Addlemnn, for her guest Mm. Llnzeman, of Chicago. Perhaps the most Important event of Interest here was the weddlnff of Mr. Lawrence Lu ken and Miss Margaret Dlttoe, of Ft. Wayne. The affair waa celebrated in that place. A number of people from this city attended. Mrs. Sharon Jonr-a entertained Informally a number of ladles who are members of the Held Memorlul church In the afternoon of this day at her home In South Thir teenth street. ' Several pleasant events were also given Thursday, Friday afternoon Mrs. Omar Hoi lings worth and Miss Carolyn Holllngs worth gave a bridge party In honor of Mrs. Jean Wllkle and Miss Marguer ite Wilkle. of New York. The Misses Etta and Dessle Jones entertained for fyouse guests. DINNERS AT CLUB. . Several dinner parties were given loat evening at the Country club. It is expected that a number of the mem bera will be entertained (here today. Jt jl j$ A QUEST HERE. Mr. Bonner Wampler of Chicago, ar rived In the city laat evening to spend Sunday with bla parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wampler, ot North Seventh street. ji jl jl FAMILY REUNION. The Sutton family will hold Its re union Wednesday, August seventeenth in Marlon. Several of the relatives and friends In this city are expecting to attend.. jl jl jl -A QUEST HERE. Miss Hazel Bourle la In the city for a few days visit. Miss Bourle has been visiting relatives in Union City, jl jl TO MINNEAPOLIS. Mr. James Mulford will leave Sat urday for Minneapolis, Minn., where he will Join Mrs. Mulford, who has been spending some time with their daughter, Mrs. Edwin Parry. jl jl jl - Q. A. R. CALENDAR. Sol Meredith Post No. 66 Meets ev ery Thursday evening. Woman's Re lief Corps, Sol Meredith Post No. 45, meets every Thursday afternoon In G. A. R. ball at Court House. Sons of Veterans Meets second and last Monday evening in G. A: R. hall. Ladles' Auxiliary to Sons of Veterans meets every two weeks; next meet- I HER HANQ AND ARm BURNED AND TCHED Could Hardly Sleep at Night for About 11 Months. UsedCuti cura Soap and Ointment and was Completely Cured. "Mr mother had a rod upot on her tight hand which tpan to crow worao rapidly, I ne nngh lxr mUI it waa a t"ttor. ish not some twdiein from a doe tor, but it did not do any rood. In about a work the totter bo ran to break vit on hrr arm too. Sho uod flrr or m differ ent kind of liniments and thr different kind of alrm. Not one of thce did her a Her hand and arm would burn and iteH o much that the eouki hardly krp tt nieht. Her hand was that wy for about rieven month. Finailr friend cf ot:r roeommrnded CuUcura 8oap and Ointment to w. fibo bought come- immediately and began to M it. Kh wa hod her hand and crm with Cuticcra. Soap and , warm water. . Then the applied the Cutkura Ointment end bandaged her band up. The- next morning we all Hut iced a greet Improvement. Befora site bad lined a half of a box cf Ointment and a very littlo Soap her hand waa completely cured. Now her hand is a well a ever. I think Cuticura Soap and Ointment Is tho greatest skin remedy ever discovered. C. B. Canady, Sua Leindro, Cat.. Mar. 7. 1010." rutlriin Hmm4Mi sSnH the HKt reaiwimlral trraiOMxtl aSreiM ot tho tain and araip ot Mtiaaia rllo)rc and adulia A ck. ot Cuurura Mu.. OSr and a box at mtlmrm Omtmval (JOf ar .fir. xiOVwt, aVMS tkrouaboul u. wnrM. ynw Dm rhm. Hat. oa Prop... Boatoa. jlj Mam 4 trr. latM SS-pM book, an Authority a UM inaUacat 1 Ofcfi aal Scaia SBsWinna, particle of roo1. in will be Aug. 16. 1910, on Tuesday evening. Ladies of Garfield Circle, G. A. R. meets every two weeks on Wed- nesday afternoon; next meeting will b Aug. 24, 1910. Spanish American War Veterans Meets first and third Monday evenings In every month. Ladies' Auxiliary to Spanish American War Veterans, meets first and third Monday evenings In each month. All the above named societies meet in G. A. R. Hall at court house. J -J DAIRY LUNCH. A "Dairy Lunch" will be given Tues day evening of this week by the mem- bets of the Grace Methodist Epworth league at the home of Dr. E. E. Town- send. 121 South Fifteenth street. The hours are from six until eight o'clock. J J - AUGUST FOR VACATION. August Is surely the month for the "much-needed" vacations, and the long, lazy August days when friends are leaving by the score for their fav orite resting places, surely encourages rent and recreation. A number of camping parties have been formed and several young people will leave this week for various camping grounds. A number of people have decided to take their vacations during the Chautauqua time. j J J HAVE RETURNED. Mrs. Bertha Patti and Mrs. Oscar Qulgley have returned from a ten days' visit to Niagara Falls, Toledo, and Detroit, Michigan. .( .w jt MOSS FAMILY REUNION. The third annual reunion of the Moss family will be held at Spencer Park, Logansport, Indiana, next Fri day, August nineteenth. Several from this city will probably attend. Jl Jl Jl A GUEST AT UNION CITY. Bert Smith, of West Liberty, Ohio, stopped off in this city last evening to visit D. Denner and sons on his way to Richmond, Indiana. Union City Exchange. Jl Jl J ENTERTAINED TO DINNER. The following persons were enter tained to dinner recently at the home of Colonel and Mrs. Snell In Union City:- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snell. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams, of Rock Is land, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moor man, of Richmnod. and Robert Wil liams of Springfield, Ohio. ji ji ji DANCE AT CLUB. After the business session held at the Country club last evening for the members, a dance was enjoyed. This waa the regular fortnightly dance held at the club during the summer season. A larje number of persons were in attendance. Jl Jl Jl MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER. Mrs. Harry Huck and Mrs. Edwari Barton entertained with a miscellane ous shower recently at the home of the former In honor of Mrs. Frank Englebert. Many beautiful and useful presents were received. Music and games were the main features of the evening's amusements. Luncheon was served on the porch, which was deco rated with Japanese lanterns and sweet peas. The guests were Mrs. Frank Youngflesh, Mrs. Edward Cut ter, Mrs. Charles Pitman, Mrs. Chas. Eubank, Mrs. Frank Haller and daugh ter, Mrs. Harry Sharp, Mrs. Emma Magee, Mrs. 8. B. Pitcher, of Athens, Ohio; Mrs. Maitland Starr, Mrs. Geo. Schaeffer, Mrs. Edward Johnson. Mrs. Gus Eggemeyer, Mrs. George Brehm, Mrs. J. C. Erbs. Mrs. Emma Brown, Mrs. Harold Klnert, Mrs. Ault and daughters of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Bert Russell, Mrs. T. C. - Personett, Mrs. Charles Haller and Miss Ruth Haller. J J J TO PETOSKEY. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Iliff. and grandchildren. Martha and Mary Iliff, left last night for Petoskey, Mich., where they will spend their vacation. jl jl . jl GUESTS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Kirk, of Spring field, Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chariot Kirk at the home in North Eighth street. J j J HAS RETURNED. Mr. A. H. Kemper has returned from Chicago and Michigan where he spent his vacation. jl jl ' jt PARTIES AT HOTEL. Several automobile parties' will be entertained Sunday at the Hotel West eott. . jl jl jt . ENTERTAINED CUESTS. The following clipping from the In dianapolis Sun is of local Interest. Mrs. Sol Meyer received Informally Saturday afternoon at her home. 2007 North Delaware street, honoring her mother, Mrs. Henry Strauss, of Wash ington. D. C. The rooms were pret tily adorned with wall-pockets filled with flowers and ferns. ji js J FOR BRIDE ELECT. Several very pleasant events were given during the past week in honor of Miss Ethel Henderson, a bride of next month. Thursday afternoon. MIrs Edna Jones gave her a shower. FrKlay morning Miss Mamie Lott en-! tertalned the Epsilon Kappa Gamma I girls to a breakfast In honor of Miss' Henderson. It is expected that sever-; al other affairs will be given this j week. I jl JS Jl VISITEO SISTER. ! Mr. Paul Skinner of this city was a recent guest In Union City, having' gone over to visit his sister. Mrs.! Stuart Clark. j Jt J Ji . I GUESTS IN THE COUNTRY. Miss Birdella Reber. Mr. Perry Zln-j dorf and Mr. Charles Hartzel will be S3 O K o km. , t Berntee de Pasquall. a Boston girl, leading coloratura soprano of the Metropolitan Opera company, who will create the title role In the Jones-Flortaia popular romantic opera, "Paoletta." to be produced at the Ohio Valley Exposition. Cincinnati. Aug. 29 to Sent. 24. eutertained today by Miss Myrtle Stons at her home, near Fountain City. j j j ENTERTAINED MEMBERS. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Veregge enter tained the members of the Christian tet. The company presents male quar tet, brass quartet. Illustrated songs, impersonations, solos, duets, trios and chalk talk sketches. August thirty- first the Hinshaw Grand Opera quar tet will appear at tho Chautauqua. loan. Kiwi Yates ' Twice Governor of Illinois. A gifted orator, statesman and political leader Mv. WMm L Siimiay Once the champion base runner of the Chicago National Ball Team. Now the world's Greatest Evangelist. Capl EicMuKQiid P. lotos! Endeavor society of the Whitewater William Wade Hinshaw, bass baritone Friend's church with a charming lawn party. Thirty-seven persons enjoyed the affair. Ice cream and cake were served. j JS ji dN A VACATION. Rev. S. R. Lyons,, of the Reid Me morial church has gone to Milwaukee, w'uere he will spend his vacation. There will be no services at the church today. However arrangements have been made to hold services the following Sundays. . .4 J A GUEST HERE. Mrs. Charles S. Owsley of Kansas City, Missouri, is the guest of her mo ther. Mrs. Sarah Thistlethwalte at her home In Fort Wayne avenue. " & o . IS VISITING HERE. Mr. Daniel Beebe is the guest of friends in this city for a few days, ajt c& ALL DAY PICNIC. An all day picnic was held yester day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. An drew Burgess, on the Abington pike. The guests were the members of the Horticultural society and their fami lies. Jl Jl J f Music WILL NOT TEACH IN CAMBRIDGE. Miss Elizabeth Hasemeier will not teach music In Cambridge City where she had a large class last year. This is due to the fact that her class in Richmond will be unusually large this year. ' Jl Jl J AT METHODIST DAY. Music for Methodist Day at the Chautauqua! Thursday, August twenty fifth, will be furnished by the differ ent Methodist church choirs of the city under the direction of Mrs. Grace Gormon. Special solos will be given at this time by Mrs. Ray Longnecker, Mr. Leroy Lacey and several others. Prof. F. K. Hif ks will render a violin ,solo. Rehearsals for the affair are being held each week. v J Jl SEVERAL PUPILS. .. . Miss Pearl Atkinson, a student in music at Earlham college has several piano pupils this summer. j j MUSIC A FEATURE. Music will be a feature of this year's Chautauqua. Mrs. Zoe Pearl Parks, of Chicago, who is well known to local musicians will appear on the pro gram. Her special interest here at this time will be the teaching and care of the small children. Mrs. Park will lend her efforts toward the chil dren in social and musical develop ment. She is a dramatic contralto of high order and charming personality. She will assist each morning is solo work at the religious extension hour, conducted by Mr. Wilson. Among the other attractions will be the Orphean Musical club, a versatile artistic quar- and director of the Hinshaw Grand Opera' quartet, is a member of the Metropolitan Opera company of New York. The personnel of the company is: Francis Hughes,' tenor; Mrs. J. A. Hinshaw, soprano; Fredericka Ger hard t Downing, contralto; William Wade Hinshaw, bass-baritone and di rector; Robert Yale Smith, pianist, jl jt jt SECURED GLEE'CLUB. The management of the local Chau tauqua has secured the Chicago Glee club to appear in this city at the Chau tauqua. September second, third and fourth. The club offers three distinct features: The male quartet Is regard ed as one of the best in the country: the volume and quality in the grand effects and the delicately phrased and pianissimo passages ara ever a sub ject of wonder and delight to the list ener. All the members are most ex cellent soloists. The trombone quar tet is one of the most pleasing and artistic novelties offered a public for sometime. The club has had the same personnel for ten consecutive seasons. Other features of the Chautauqua mu sic schedule will be "The Real Quar tet." August thirty-first to September first and the "Greenwood Juvenile Military Band," August twenty-sixth to September fourth, Jt jt jl CONVENTION IN CHICAGO. During the month of August eigh teen conventions will take place In Chicago, and some 500,000 people from out of town are expected. The flrat and largest of all those conventions will start Monday, August S, when the thirty-first triennial conclave of the Knights Templar will bring 300.000 visitors. Triumph arches and other emblems are being built all through the thoroughfares which will be trav ersed by the parade. It is announced that free concerts will be given daily in" Grant Park. Musical Courier. Jl Jl Jt MUSIC BY CHOIR. At the communion service this morn ing at the First Christian church mu sic will be furnished by the choir un der the direction of Mr. Robert Wil son. Mrs. Wilson will preside at the organ. There will be no sermon the pastor is out of the city. as Th;ra It no medicine so tare and at the tame ime to plsataat to take at Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 'spsin. the positive care fir all diseases arising -m stomach troub). The price is vary reas- ."h -502 and ft. For up-to-the-minute Office Outfitters See Nicholson & Bro. Agents for the, Macy & Weiss Filing Appliances The man who sunk the Merrimac. One of the great heroes of the 19th century. A fluent, polished orator. Hoi. Edward W. Hodi Ex-Gov. of Kansas and a Real Live Wire. A brilliant public speaker. lr. MM ioie (not William) "The fellers call me Bill." Philosopher of Fun. Eev. George R. Staart , Funniest preacher in' America. No other like him and only one of him. 1M 8ft. liipani ; Two lectures describing scenes in the West and life among the Indians. Profusely illustrated. Stanley' L EMis, PI. 1. A rare genius. A renowned psychologist. Completely mystifies his audiences Hislaw (Gpiil pra Go. Every one a Star. Mr. Hinshaw, baritone and director is a member of the Metro politan Grand Opera Co. , . Mrs. Leoiora RL lake A woman with a message. One of the few women whose voice is big enough to be heard from a Chautauqua platform. ' . Rev. iaiiel Ryai ' National Chaplain G. A. R. Btoiaer T. Wisdwm , Lecturer. Veteran Chautauquan. National Chaplain T. P. A. Mr. Edwari AmleiRSlt Two Lectures. "Sour Grapes" and "THE HAUNTED HOUSE." Rev. Eriesft Wray leal Was here last year. Everybody wants to hear him again. ' Eiswortuii niKttead . Without an equal as delineator and Character impersonator. Will appear four times. JiMee Siifflers CMeap (Glee OuDd (fDraltoiMami RHimsnipsill dlrniHn Greenwood Juvenile Military Baed - Summer Watch Sale - Bargains such as we offer In standard makes of Watches are not to be ignored. The saving is sure and certain as you will readily see by comparison $2.00 to $5.00 cannot be earned easier tha buying 9 oao watch jiere and now. , , 0 size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case ....$ 0.50 0 size Elgin movement, 25-yr. case ...SI 1.00 0 size Elgin movement, 15 jewel, 25-yr. case G 1 4.00 12-size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case ... 950 1 6-size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case . 9.50 O. E. Dickinson, Jeweler. Est&bUsbcd 1851 V Get a SEASON TICKET ol some subscriber for only 3U.50 and come often : SCOOTING' EWG Mi THE HI . 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