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THE RICHMOND TXLLXDtUJl AND SUXiTELEGrAI, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910.
PAGE FIVE. Edited by Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas BURNETT-WHITE. Th Fall social aeaaon baa been marked by numerous pretty weddings and this afternoon at four o'clock, an other event of tbla nature was celebrat ed at East Main Street Friends church. The bride wae Mlsa Mary Alice White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. White and the groom. Dr. Fred Bur nett, of Bellefontalne, Ohio. The wed ding was one of the prettiest ever celebrated In this city. The church waa tastefully arranged with palms and ferns, the bride and groom marry ing themselves aa la the Friends' cus tom. However, Iter. Mr. Kenworthy as alated, reading the marriage certifi cate. The church was filled with a number of wedding guests, including friends and relatives of the contract ing parties. The bride wore a beatulful gown of apricot satin, handsomely trimmed. A coronet of valley lilies was worn In her-hair. ,8he carried a shower bou quet of valley lilies. Mrs. William D. White was the matron of honor. Her dress was of pale blue silk poplin. She carried chrysanthemums. Miss Kath erlne Gift, the other attendant wore a handsome lavender silk poplin gown and also carried chrysanthemums. The groom waa attended by Mr. Mor ris White and Mr. Will D. White. Mr. Bert Henley( Mr. Harry White, Mr. Morris White with Mr. Will D. White seated the guests as they assembled previous to the hour of the ceremony. After the ritual had been said the party went to the home of the bride east of the city where a reception was held. The hours were from five to eight o'clock. Those assisting were Miss Ora White, Miss Rachael Iredell, Miss May Newman. Miss Ona Stotel meyer, Mrs. Sam Wesler and Mrs. J. E. Weller. The White home had been made unusually attractive . for the occasion with its decorations In yellow and white. Chrysanthemums and ferns being used In abundance throughout the various apartments. The bride's table was placed on the spacloua porch that had been enclosed Into a beautiful white room by the means of cotton latticed with myrtle. Crystal adorned the bride's table and this with the beautiful fall flowers made the table a most beautifully ap pointed one. Places were arranged for the bridat party which numbered ten. The other guests were served at small tablea placed Indoors, these being also attractively decorated. Dr. and Mrs. Burnett left this even ing for a short wedding trip, after which they will go to their new home In Bellefontalne, Ohio, where Dr. Bur nett la a well known osteopath. The bride's traveling gown was a light gray tailored suit with hat and gloves to correspond. She la well and favorably known here and during the past few weeks hat been honored by a number of showers and parties giv en by her numerous friends. They have the best wishes of all for a most happy future. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. Linnard of Glen Falls, New Jersey; Mrs. Cass Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffiths of Chica go; Miss Elisabeth Richie of Philadel phia; Mr.. Brown and Mrs. Thorn- brough of Indianapolis; and Mr. and Mrs. Byram Bobbins of Detroit, Mich igan. jl jl jl PARTY AT CLUB. Miss Elizabeth Com stock will be the hostess for the bridge party to be given Thursday afternoon at two thirty o'clock at the Country club. ,4 aj8 PLEASANT EVENT. Business and pleasure were united delightfully at the last business ses sion of the South Eighth Street Friends Christian Endeavor Society. The young people came bringing deli cious refreshments, and the social part of the evening was in the nature of a 'house-warming" for Rev. Levi T. Pennington, the pastor, and his family at their new home, 119 South 13th street. At the business session, the reports showed a healthy growth in the society's work. Three new mem bers were received. Places were per fected for the organization of a Jun ior Christian Endeavor Society which will be accomplished very soon under the leadership of Miss Ruth Wlckett The following officers and committee chairmen were chosen: President, W Hurtley Dickinson; Vice President. Miss Alice Winder; Recording and Corresponding Secretary, Miss Edna Hoover; Treasurer, Clarence Parks; Lookout, Miss Barbara Beckman; Prayer Meeting, Mrs. Rebecca Pen nington; Social. Herschel Trueblood; Sunday School, Miss Margaret Ballin ger; Music. Kent Morse; Missionary, Oliver Kelley; Junior, Miss Rath Wickett J J FOR MISS CUNNINGHAM. The Woman's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will be "At Home," to meet Miss Blanch Cun ningham. Thursday afternoon from three until five o'clock at the home of Mrs. Thomas J. Graham. 120 North Eleventh street. Miss Cunningham will said from New York, October tweifty-second, for India, to engage in Missionary work. All members of the society and friends of Miss Cunning ham are Invited to call. There are no invitations. jM ! TO ATTEND WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffith, of Chica go, are In the city to attend the Bur nett-Whlte wedding which was cel ebrated this evening at the East Main Street Friends church. While here they are being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dilks, at their home in Spring Grove. Jl J J FOR TEXAS. Mr. H. H. Lane left Sunday for Dal las, Texas where he has accepted a po sition. Mrs. Lane and children will remain in Richmond for a while, jt jM jt GUEST IN ECONOMY. Mr. Philip H. Robblns was the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Fox, at Economy yesterday. jl GUESTS AT FOUNTAIN CITY. Rev. Arthur Dann and wife of Rel gate, England, are being entertained today at the home of Rev. and Mrs Luke Woodard, of Fountain City. Years ago the latter made a tour of England In the work of the Friends t f I f f II f II s I K ' I When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ? Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Fitch ville, Ohio. My daughter was all run down, suffered from pains in her side, head and limbs and could walk but a short distance at a time. She came very near having nervous prostration, had besrun to cough a good deal. land seemed melancholy by spells. She tried I two doctors but got little help. Since taking Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I Blood Purifier, and Liver Pills she has im- 1 proved so much that she feels and looks like another girl." Mr. C. Colo, Fitchville, Ohio. Irasburg. Vermont. "I feel it my duty to gay a few words in praise of your medicine. When I began taking it 1 had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou bles and nervous prostration. I am now taking the sixth bot tle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and find myself greatly improved. My friends who call to gee mo have noticed a great change. Mrs. A. H. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont. We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters arc not genuine and truthful or that cither of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the letters are published without their permission, or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. What more proof can any one ask ? ' For SO years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound hus been the standard remedy for fasaale lite. No tck woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. I a Mrs. Plnkham invites all sick women L- v to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. , , Address Xrs Plnkham, Lynn, Mass. church and were entertained in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Dann and now after these years they are "returning the call." J Jl J CELEBRATED THIS EVENING. The wedding of Mr. Paul A. Ben- feldt and Miss Naomi Huber. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Conrad Huber will be celebrated this evening in the St Paul's Lutheran church. The affair will be a most notable social event on account of the prominence of the bride and groom and their families. J jt j TO INDIANAPOLIS. Mrs. Galen Lamb, Mrs. Moorman, Mrs. George Eggemeyer and daugh ter, Miss Helen, motored to Indianap olis this morning in the Lamb car to spend the day. J J J FOR AUTO TRIP. Mr. O. 8. Nixon with a party of five have left for an auto trip to Chicago and Milwaukee. VISITING IN OHIO. Miss Mary- Johnson of North Eigh teenth street is the guest of friends in Cincinnati and Springfield, Ohio. jt j . GUESTS HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Butler of Chicago and Mrs. Ella Huddleston of Spice land are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Butler. v v PARTY FOR MISS HUSSON. A pretty social event for Tuesday was the Japanese tea and china show er given by Mrs. Elmer McConaba at her home in East Main street in honor of Miss Opal Husson whose engage ment to Mr. Russell Gaar was an nounced last Saturday. Japanese daisies, yellow roses, with Japanese parasols ornamented the different rooms where the guests were enter tained. Miss Husson and Mrs. Jo seph Hill served tea from Japanese stands, the guests belnf seated Jap anese fashion. Japanese lanterns were used to illuminate the rooms. During the afternoon Fan Tan was played by the guests. Miss Agnes Twigg was given the favor. The guests were Miss Agnes Twigg, Mrs. Joseph Hill, Miss Ruth Hashmeyer, Miss Alice Harvey, Miss Fannie Jones, Miss . Ruth Klnsey, Miss Margaret and Miss"' Deborah Sedg wick. Miss Florence McGuire, Mrs. Robert Study, Mrs. W. R. Pound stone, Mrs. Warren Hill of Chicago, Mrs. Clarence Collins, Mrs. Roy Den nis. Miss Jessie Beeler, Miss Rose Gennett and Miss Mildred Gaar. jS S MARRIED YESTERDAY. Mr. Howard D. Mc Adams and Miss Emma L. Parker were quietly mar ried yesterday by the Rev. I. M. Hughes in the presenec of a few friends. . J J j OF INTEREST. The following clipping from the New Castle Courier is of interest here: Many New Castle club women are interested in the forthcoming fourth annual convention ' of the Indiana State Federation of clubs which will be held in the assembly room of the new high school building at Rich mond, October 25, 26 and 27. Several will go from this city for all the ses sions, while others will attend one or two of the sessions. The opening meeting will be held Tuesday evening, October 25. On Tuesday afternoon the following meet ings will take place. 2 p. m. Meeting of thethe executive committee and of the directors. 3 p. m. Meeting of the board of managers. Hotel headquarters will be the Westcott, and these meetings will be held there. The credential committee will be in session at the high school building from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 8 p. m., on Tuesday, and from 8 to 9 a. m., on Wednesday. Credentials should be presented as early as possible. The visiting card of each delegate and al ternate should be attached to her cre dential card. Henry Turner Bailey of Boston, the eminent literary and art critic, Gra ham Taylor of the Chicago Commons Social Settlement, and Mrs. Emily M. Bishop, the author of the "Road to Seventy Years Young," will be among the speakers and every session prom ises to be full of good things. The program committee will send a com munication to each club at an early date containing further details in re gard to the program. The annual exhibit of the Richmond Art association will be held at this time. jl jl jl a Musical event. What promises to be a most notable musical event is the . appearance in this city Tuesday evening, October eighteenth, of the Kinley company a most noted musical organization of In dianapolis. The company is under the management of the Entertainers lea gue, of Indianapolis. Ind. The com pany is being brought here under the auspices of the First Christian church choir, a part of the proceeds to go to this worthy organization. . Mr. Robert Wilson, one of the best musicians of this city and a member of the Rich mond band. Is director of the choir and it is mainly due to his efforts that the company has consented to give a concert here. Barton W. Shipley, In strumentalist. Ida V. Kinley. prima Donna soprano, and Gladys G. Gifford, reader, compose the company. The company will no doubt present a high class and pleasing program to the pub lic and when one considers the nomin al fee which is to be asked all should avail themselves of hearing these ar tists. Miss Kinley possesses a voice of rare quality of which she has per fect control. Her distinct enunciation adds to the creditableness of her work. The Chicago Daily News says: "Miss Gladice Gifford. is more than ordinary. The work of such readers has done ranch to develop the art and we predict a bright future for her." Mr. Shipley comes equally well represented. J t LEFT FOR CINCINNATI. Miss Mabel Barber left for Cincin nati this morning to continue her stud ies at the Conservatory of Music. Miss Barber is regarded by the leading pro-1 lessors of that institution as the pos sessor of rare artistic ability. i jt js jl HELD MEETING., The members of the Kappa Alpha Phi fraternity held a meeting last ev ening in the Kappa rooms in the Corn stock building. Several new members were voted In et this time. J J j DANCING SCHOOL FRIDAY. Mrs. Charlie Kolp's school of danc ing will open Friday evening in the Odd Fellow's hall. This will be one of tlie crowning social events of the week. A number of the young people will join this season's class. The as sembly will begin at nine o'clock. All former members of Mrs. Kolp's class es with invited guests may dance at this time. J J jl TO ATTEND MEETING. Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Guild. Mrs. T. A. Mott, Mrs. Kelley and Mrs. Alden Mote, of Grace M. E. church with Mrs. L. E, Turner and Mrs. George Davis of the First Methodist church have gone to Lafayette, Indiana, to attend the branch meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society which con venes at that place Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. Over seven hundred delegates have al ready registered. Each foreign mis sionary society in the states of Michi gan. Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana are represented in this convention. Jt jl jl Lost Her Hair Woman Almaat Baldheaded Grew Four Inches of Hair Here is a piece of live news from Browntown, Minn., that ought to inter est skeptical men or women readers of the Palladium who are losing their hair or have dandruff or itching scalp. Remember that Leo H. Fine sells Parisian Sage under a positive guaran tee to stop falling hair and itching r scalp and eradicate dandruff in two weeks. ! Pari clan Sim ic a mrntt refrofihinET and daintily perfumed hair dressing, free from grease or stickiness. It makes dull, lifeless hair radiant and lustrous. "Parisian Sage is the best hair grow er and beautifier and dandruff cure. I lost all my hair through typhoid fever; I was almost baldheaded and my scalp was as sore as could be. I tried every thing, but in vain. Finally I tried Parisian Sage, and after using one bot tle my hair started to grow, and has grown three or four inches inside of two months. I advise every lady who wants beautiful hair to use Parisian Sage." Miss Meta M. Kruger, Brown town, Minn., June 8. 1910. Parisian Sage is only 50 cents a large bottle at Leo H. Fihe's and drug- ' gists everywhere. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package. People's society of the First Method ist church was held last evening at the home of Miss Stella Barber in South Thirteenth street. Arrange ments were made for & public enter tainment to be given the latter part of this month. f ' J J . Jl MISSIONARY MEETING. Mrs. Henderson was the leader f or yesterday's meeting of the. Woman's home missionary society ot the Grace Methodist church at the home of Mrs. Isaac Laning in North Seventh street, "The Uplift, of. the Negro", waa the the subject of a paper read by Mrs. Elizabeth Close. After the program a business session was held. j J J INITIAL MEETING. The initial meeting for the year of the Aftermath society was held yes terday afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Mid- dleton at her home in West Seventh and Main streets. The program as announced in the year book was given. Jt J J HELPING HAND SOCIETY. Mrs. Wl F. Klopp will entertain the Helping Hand society Thursday af ternoon at her home in South Six teenth street. South Side Millinery Store WILL HAVE SPECIAL PRICES ON HATS AND HAIR GOODS THIS WEEK. Edith Bradbury 208 SOUTH 8TH ST. CLUB NOTES CLUB EVENTS FOR TODAY. I Domestic Science association is meeting this afternoon in the new high school building. , Mrs. Rank is hostess this afternoon for a meeting of the Penny club at her home in South Third street. St. Paul's Guild of the St. Paul's Episcopal church Is meeting at the Parish house. . A meeting of the Ladies Aid society of the First Methodist church is being held at the church. This evening a banquet for the boys will be given at the Y; M. C. A. build ing under the auspices of the Wom an's Auxiliary. Mrs. Guy Brown Is hostess this af ternoon for a meeting of the Persever ance Bible class of the First Baptist church. The Woman's Missionary society of the First English Lutheran church is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Wil liam Bartel at her home In South Twelfth street. jl jl Jl FIRST MEETING. The first meeting of the Progress ive Literary circle, a newly organized literary club was held, yesterday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. Oscar Hasty in North E street. A short CURE YOUR KIDNEYS. Do Not Endanger Life When a Rich mond Citizen .Shows You the Cure. Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, back ache, urinary disorders, lameness, headaches, languor, why allow them selves to become chronic invalids, when a certain cure is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use, because It gives to the kidneys the help they need to perform their work.. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney, diseases, cure yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy or Bright's disease sets in. Read this Richmond testimony: Mrs. F. P. Brooks, 215 S.. Fifth St., Richmond, Ind., says: "We have used Doan's Kidney Pills in our family for years and would not be without a sup ply in the house. I took this remedy for a weakness of the kidneys and pains in my back and sides and I found great relief. Doan's Kidney Pills are deserving. of my highest endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. business session was held at which time an outline of the year's program was discussed. Election of officers resulted as follows: President, Mrs. Oscar Hasty. Vice president, Mrs. George Chris man. Secretary, Miss Anna Fetta. Assistant secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Arthur King. After the business session a pro gram was given. The hostess read an excellent paper entitled "Music in Worship." This was followed by a reading given by Miss Anna Fetta. Music for the afternoon was furnish ed by Miss Inez Hasty. A social hour followed the program. In two weeks the circle will meet with Miss Anna Fetta at her home east of the city. Jt Jt jt MET THIS MORNING. A pleasant meeting of the Music Study club was held this morning in the Starr Piano parlors. An excel lent program as announced yesterday was presented. Mrs, Turner Hadley and Mrs. Otto Krone were in charge. jm ja j MEETS THURSDAY. The Hiawatha Social and Literary club will meet with Mrs. Will Hip pard In State street Thursday after noon of this week. J jt j MEETS FRIDAY. The Ladies Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock in the church parlors. SUPPER IN K. OF P. HALL. The Sons of Veterans and the Lad ies' Auxiliary will give a supper Sat urday October twenty-second in the K. of P. hall. M MEETS THURSDAY. The Luther league of Trinity Luth eran church will meet Thursday eve ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long, 52 South Twenty-third street. MEETS THURSDAY. The Ladies Aid society of the Reid Memorial hospital will meet Thurs day afternoon' with Mrs. O. F. Ward at her home in South Sixteenth street. All members are invited to be pres ent. Jt Jt Jt EAST END AID SOCIETY. A meeting of the East End Aid so ciety of the First Christian church was held Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. S. E. Mills. Arrangements were made for a rummage sale to be held soon. The society has decided to give a Hallowe'en social. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Toung STAR KISSED MAYOR Moline, 111., Oct. 12. George W. Mc Caskrln, mayor of Rock Island, 111., played the leading role at the Moline theater at the performance ot the Gay Morning Glories, a burlesque troupe, when he rose on invitation and kissed the star, Miss Mabel Mailumn, twice, before an audience of three thousand. Miss Mailumn, while singing "Has Anybody Got a Kiss t o Spare?" walk ed In the direction of the box in wheh McCaskrin was seated. "Sure, right here," sang out his hon or as he stood up and leaned out of the box. The audience went wild with shouts of "You're alive!" and "Smack her again, Mack!" were heard throughout the house. After the show McCaskrin Invited the troupe to Rock Island. cur.i - oac .The UysttrioBS Novelty BUBBLER The latest novelty for mak ing Babbles without Soap Suds 10 Cents Each AT NICHOLSON & BR0. Fresh supply of Mrs. Austin's Fam-' ous Pancake Flour. Now at your i grocers. Thare Is no medicine so safe and at the same time so pleasant to take as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the positive cure It all diseases arising Tom st-mach trouble. The price is very reas nb!e- -fOa and II. The Flower Shop 1015 Ualn SL Pboae 1893 KEEPING time with pro. gresslve Ideas keeping In constant touch with II that's new, beautiful, and useful makes the proficient man the master store. That explains the mastery of this store Its primal place in the realm of silver, Jewelry, precious stones, clocks and watches Its abili ty to supply what you want at prices, you are willing to pay. . Some of the prettiest artis-. tic designs are shown In rolled gold sleeve links, scarf pins, match boxea and. desk sets. J. F. RATLIFF Jeweler 12 N. fth St. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Amateur Photographers, Start Right ! Insist on the genuine Kodak Goods the goods that have made pho- tography simple and easy. Kodak means photography with the bother left out. Kodak System Is DAYLIGHT all the way. . Get our Free Booklets that explain all. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main St. Now have a stock of the New No. 2A Folding Brownies. Deposit Your Money in tfee Richmond Loan and Saving Association Capitalized at $1,5C0.CC0.CD PAY8 FIVE PER CENT DIVIDEND ON DEPOSITS CHARGES NO MEMBERSHIP FEE LOANS MONEY TO HOME BUILDERS WITHOUT CHARGING A PREMIUM. Old and young, wage earner and capitalist are Invited to call and Investigate. Office hours, 8 A. M. to 12 and 2 to 5 P. M, Dally, and to 8 P. M. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Phone 1768. Office: 21 North Ninth Street We Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure For Liquor, Morphine, Cocaine, Chloral and All n IT Q Drug Habits. Permanent and Quick Cure. No Bad After Effects. Our Terms are Reasonable. Every Patient Is Our Guest. Our Treatment Is the Best. No Barred Doors or Win dows. Fine Service, Ex cellent Table. Well Furnished and Well Ventilated Rooms. Trained Nurses. No Cure No Pay We destr to call your attention to oar Sanitarium treatment for the cure of Whisky, Morphine, Opium, Cocaine and all drug habits. Wo send oui no "Home Cures." None of them are a success. Every" one must come to our Sanitarium, where we are especially prepared to handle this class of diseases, and where we guarantee. a perfect cure la every case within ten days to two weeks for the liquor habit, and for the drug- habit In two to three weeks. Our treatment is painless and harmless. We do not care how much you use. or how long, or from what cause, we can cure you to stay cured. Here t 0r I'st paralleled Prastanitfoas We will take any case of Drug or Liquor addiction, cure them, bear all expenses while the patient is here, such as treatment, board, room and attendant, and no, exact one cent compensation until the patient is cured and ready to return home. We do not send our patients home a chrsfcal wreck, 'with m. in. called tonic to build them up. When you leave our Sanitarium you know you are cured, for you are perfectly free from all craving or de sire for either drug or liquor. You are eating: and sleeping- well and taking-r.o medicine home whatever. Our patients g-ain flesh and strength from the very beginning-. If we do not cure you'it costs you nothing, so you see you have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Our Sanitarium is the finest in the State and ladies need not hesi tate about coming to us. as they are attended by a lady nurse, and they will be shown nothing but the most constant and courteous atten tion. We refer you to any bank and any business or professional man In our citjr. Upon application we can place you In correspondence with persons we have cured who will gladly answer any questions. If you are seeking a cure without suffering, and one that-Is guar anteed to your entire satisfaction before paying one cent, we will ap preciate a letter from you. and we will cheerfully give you any informa tion. If you have any reason to doubt that we can not do what we claim, please write us yo- reasons and we will explain it to your sat HORD SArnTAJRIIIUlMI, Shelbyvffle, Indiana -