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THE IUCn3IO?:D PALLADIUM AXD STJNLEGBAM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1910. .
2AGE SEVEIJ . rrf fry Af iss Elizabeth R. Thomas .'. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Th engagement of Mill Gertrude YouBfsrman, an Indianapolis girl and Mr. Fisher, also of Indianapolis, has been announced. Miss Youngerman Is well known, in this city where she . nas a targe circle 01 inenua wuw glad to extend congratulations. . The , wedding will be celebrated next V til-- n ...... dmlth with Uri. Harry Smith of Springfield. Ohio, will attend the wedding. Miss Younger man la an intimate inena or. Mrs. Smith (nee Miss Ttlarah Haas) and was bridesmaid at her wedding. . The ' affair will be a most notable event as Mlsa Youngerman Is quite popular In her home town.; ji jl J. QUEST HERE YESTERDAY. Mrs. John Maple of Knlghtstown. Indiana, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. -Frank Glass of East Main street yes terday. Mrs. Maple Is a sister to Mr. Glass. JS JS Jl . TO INDIANAPOLIS. Mrs. E. W. Stlgelman has gone to iMjUatiannlla -in mnmnA aavarat dava . with friends and relatives. at at l . MOM AUTO TRIP. Mr., and Mrs. Walter Held and chil dren with Mr. and Mrs. William Wood of Spring Grove, have returned from an automobile .trip In Eastern Ohio and; West Virginia. They report a pleasant outing. The party made the trip In Mr. Reld'a car. ji , jg js BEAUTIFUL PICTURES. Mr. Alden Mote Is displaying three beautiful pictures this week In the Starr Piano windows, and all are In vited to view them at any time. The landscape, and which, by the way. Is talus from a local scene has, been old to a Mr. Ansted of Connersvllle, Indiana. The others are marines and were done by the artist while he was away studying. . They are attracting unusual attention and the artist may well feel proud when he hears the flat tering remarks which have been made concerning -them. Jf Jl JS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The following Items from the Mun ele Press arc of local Ipterest: - Miss Mary Thomas has returned ' from a visit fa Richmond with Mrs. Roy Compton. ' The Misses Bertha and Etta Maag of Richmond are the guests of Miss Margaret O'Neal. V Mrri Osan has - returned from a 'Vialt'la lUJuStolid. ' .. , ' : ' JS jf Jl ' FOR MISS WEISBROD. ;''A' miscellaneous, shower, was given last evening by Mrs. George C. Bar tel at her home in South Fourteenth street complimentary to Miss Hilda WeUbrod who will be married Wednes day of this : week. The house was beautifully decorated with -yellow blos- soma and ferns. Music and games featured the evening. The honor guest received a number of pretty gifts.' At the close of the' affair the guests were Invited to the dining room where a delicious lunch was served. Places were arranged at the table for twenty-four. Candles and flowers were used as appointments, t jn jt ji - ' ENTERTAINED GUESTS. Taking advantage of the beautiful moonlight night a party of young peo ple drove down from - Webster last evening and were entertained at the home of Miss Josephine Bennett In West -Third street The evening was spent In a pleasant social manner and with, games. Late In. the evening re freshments, were served. Those com posing the party were Miss Esther Lamb. Misses Ruth and Mary Wil liams, Miss Lucile Pitts, Miss Edith Baldwin, Miss Edna . Vorhees, Miss Iva Ttce, Misses Mary and Josephine Bennett. Mr. Elbert Jay, Mr. Wilbur Hod gin, Messrs. Luke and Peter 8Iat ly, Messrs. Fred and Ernest Borton, Mr. Mark Albertson, Mr. Herbert Crowe, Mr. William King and Mr. Ivan Moore. jl jt jt GUESTS AT NEW CASTLE. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Kaufman and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kaufman of Rich mond, and Miss Louise MUlikan, who is attending Earlham college, spent Sunday with T. B. Milltkan and fam ily on East Broad street New Castle Courier. 4 Jl Ji CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY. A delightful birthday party was giv en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hough 1207 Ridge street, in honor or their daughter Orpha's fifteenth birthday Wbcn Every Dtaent Counts Qmz ' Mate is a splendid food to have handy. It Is fully cooked, and can be served In an Instant and contains more and better nour nshment than meat, bread or potatoes, for rebuilding brain' and nerve centres. PoMM CetMl Cw UeV. Battle Creek. Mich. anniversary. The house was beauti fully decorated with maple and beech leaves. Many beautiful presents were presented to the hostess by the guests. During the evening a lunch eon was served. Games and music furnished the evening's entertainment. Those participating in the the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hough, Miss Orpha Hough, Inex Hough. Ethel Thomas. Vergie Lamb, Mary Rich, Angle Roll, Ruth Haller, Julia Cook, Lela Burdsall, Marguerite Wilkins, Don Fuller, Esther Smith. Inex Krlck, Estella Thomas, Florence Parker and Bessie Klinger. Messrs. Ernest Rich, Fred Crawford, Thomas Littlejobn, Joe Crawford, Chester Burdsall, Or wood Fuller, John Thomas, Horace Ryan, Ora Bell, Leo Lahmann. Wil liam Meyer, Frank Wlliams and Rob ert Hough, Jr. jl jl jl VISITING IN KOKOMO. Mrs. Shane Is in Kokomo, Indiana, for a few days visit with friends and relatives. j& j ' ' INVITATIONS ISSUED. The following announcement was received in this office yesterday after noon too late for publication: Mr. and Mrs. Hvnry Gennett Miss Gennett' to meet Mr. Ernest R. Wendemutb, Jr.. - . County Club Saturday, October Twenty-second. Dancing,' eight p. m. Mr. Wendemuth resides in New York and will come to visit at the Gennett home for a few days, jl jl jl ATTENDED DANCE. Several young people of this city attended the dancing party given re cently by Mr. Jesse Starr at Webster. Piano and drums furnished the dance music. The affair was Invitational and was greatly enjoyed by all privi leged to attend . , jx jl . , GUESTS AT KOKOMO. Miss Berdella Reber, Mr. Charles Hartxell and Mr. Perry Zindorf, were recent guests at Kokomo. being en tertained 'by Miss Orpha Tolle, a for mer Instructor at the Richmond Busi ness college. jg jl jl DANCE TO BE AN EVENT. Invitations will be Issued this week for the dance to be given by the Phi Delta Kappa fraternity in the Odd Fellows' hall. The invitations will be very unique, being done In the Phi colors, red and" black. An orchestra will furnish the music. The affair Is to be given on the evening of Monday, October thirty-first, and will be in the nature of a Hallow e'en party. Invit ations will probably be Issued to a number of other fraternity' members and these with their guests will make up the party. jl jl -jl MEETS FRIDAY. The F. Y. P. C. will meet at the Se vastopol school building Friday even ing, October twenty-first. An excel lent program has been arranged, for the evening. All members are cor dially Invited to be present.' j , j MARRIED LAST WEEK. Mr.' Vertal Evans and Miss Goldie Danner were quietly married Wednes day of last week. The announcement comes as a surprise to vtheir many friends. They will be at home to their many friends at 207 North Ninth street. They were given a miscel laneous shower and received a num ber of useful presents. Jt Ji Jt PARTY FOR MISS HUSSON. This afternoon Miss Fannie Jones entertained in a charming manner at her home in East Main street, compli mentary to Miss Opal Husson, a bride-elect. The house was beauti fully decorated with autumn leaves. Bridge was played at several tables. J Jl jl RETURNED HOME. . Mr. J. C. Ingram of Chicago has re turned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Judson in this city. .Mrs. Ingram will remain in the city for a few days. Yesterday the Judson's en tertained their guests at the Country club. Dr. S. R. Lyons was also a mem ber of the party. jl jt jt GIVEN A SURPRISE. Mrs. O. R. McGuire was given a pleasant surprise- Sunday in honor of her twenty-third birthday, at her home north of New Paris, Ohio. " Ev ery one present enjoyed a good din ner and a pleasant day. Those pres ent were Mrs. Lavina Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. McClure and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. George C. . Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. 8amuel C. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Alexander and family, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Alexander and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alexander and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Townsend and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. McClure, Mr. and - Mrs. Joe Brooks and familyMr. and Mrs. Fred Wallace and family. Mrs. Letta Jord on. Misses Rena Townsend. Opal Piatt. and Chloe Alexander, Harry and Walter McClure, Clarence, Clelle and A. E. Alexander. jt jt j: CLUB NOTES CLUB MEETINGS FOR TODAY. The choir of the Christian church has aranged for an entertainment to be given this evening at the church by the Klnley Concert company. Mrs. Abner Bulla is hostess this af ternoon for a meeting of the Spring Grove Sewing circle at her home in Spring Grove. A meeting of the Aftermath society Is being held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Mendenhall in North West Second street meeting of the Friends' Foreign Absolutely Puro Ifto esiy baking powder Cream cf Tartar Eottza9Uo Lisa Phoc-hdo Missionary society will be held this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hill in East Main street. J jl : .jl . TICKNOR CLUB MEETING. The regular meeting of the Ticknor club was held ..yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. B. Grosvenor on the National road west. Plans for the year's. work were completed at this time. The historical study of Shakes pearian drama will be continued this year. Yesterday the most important feature of the program was the read ing of several letters written by Mrs. William Cullen Dennis and sent from The Hague.. The letter? were very in teresting to the membership. . , Jl Jl Jt ' CRITERION CLUB. A meeting of the Criterion club was held yesterday afternoon with Mrs. W. E. Oliver at her home in North Twentieth street. Roll call was re sponded to with current events. Mrs. Charles Groce read an interesting pa per entitled "Early Settlements in Virginia and- Massachusetts." This was followed by one on the "Life and Work of Jane Addams," presented by Mrs. Albert Foster. The next' meeting November seventh will be celebrated as a guest day. A committee was appointed to arrange for this meeting. Mrs. Guy Duvall, Mrs. Albert Foster, and Mrs. Charles Ford were named as members of the committee. Mrs. Charles Ford will be the hostess. at aw BRIDGE CLUB. Members of ' a bridge club who have been meeting during the sum mer months at the Country club, were entertained yesterday at the Club house by Mrs. George Dilks,. Jr.. The game was played. at three tables. Miss Juliet Swayne was given the favor. The substitutes for the afternoon were Mrs. Harry Jay and Miss Mag dalena Engelbert. . jt jl jt MAGAZINE CLUB MEETING. Mrs. E. G. Hibberd was hostess yesterday afternoon for a meeting of the Magazine club at herV hQme ' in North Ninth street. Mrs. E. S. Cur tis and Mrs. Walter Bates were the readers for the afternoon. Next Mon day afternoon Mrs. E. L. Reynolds will entertain the club at her home in East Main street. A Japanese Wedding. A Japanese wedding is a quaintly pretty ceremony. The bride, dressed in a white silk kimono and white veil, sits on the tioor facing' her affianced husband. Near them are two tables, upon one of which are two cups, a bottle of sake and a kettle with two spouts. On the other are a miniature plum tree, typifying the beauty of the bride; a miniature fir tree, represent ing the strength of the bridegroom. and a stork stands on a tortoise, sig nifying long life and felicity. The bride and bridegroom drink alternate ly from the two spouted kettle in token that they will henceforth share each other's joys and sorrows. After the wedding the bride's veil is laid away to be used as her shroud. Horrible Example. "Maw, what is a horrible example?' asked the youngest boy, looking up from bis newspaper. The eldest boy stopped his figuring long enough to say. "Walt till you get Into algebra, and you'll find any amount of 'em. . . This witt Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Save 12 by Making This Cough syrup at Home. This recipe makes a pint of better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for 12.50. A few doses usually conquer the most obstinate cough . stops even whooping cough quickly. Simple as it is, so better remedy can be had at any price. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2Vi ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a fam ily a long time. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. Tou can feel this take hold of a cough in a way that means business. Has a good t6nic effect, braces up the appetite and is slightly laxative, too, which is helpful. A handy remedy for hoarseness, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes Is well known. Pinex is the most val uable concentrated compound of Nor wegian white pine extract, and is rich. In gulalcol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe bas attained great popularity through out the United States and Canada. It bas often been imitated, though never successfully. .A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money . promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Tour druggist has Pinex or will get It for you. If not, send to Thje Pinex Co FL Wyne, lad. A l.1ITE CASE; CLUE DISCOVERED Ten Cases of Explosive Found in a Vacant Room in San Francisco, Cal. ONE MAN IS IMPLICATED NAME OF "J. B. BRYSON" FOUND ON EACH CASE HE IS GLASS EYED MAN SUSPECTED BY THE OFFICIALS. (American News ServldO San Francisco, Oct. 18. Ten cases of dynamite, enough to blow up a small sized city, were found in the front room of a vacant house at 1622 Nineteenth avenue. South San Fran cisco, by James O'Brien, owner of the house, who, growing suspicious be cause his tenants did not occupy the house instituted an investigation of the premises, resulting in the discov ery of a part of the same shipment of dynamite that was taken from Giant onH September 23 by three men now believed by the police to have blown up the Los Angeles Times building in Los Angeles. ' Every one of the ten boxes bore the name of "J. B. ' Bryson," the glass eyed man who is believed to be the ring leader of the dynamite plotters. Not only does the name upon the boxes make it absolutely certain that the dynamite is of the same shipment part . of which was used in Los An geles, but Frank Roller, superintend- A SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN. Uses Herpicide Cuccessfully in Treat ing Sycosis of the Beard. He says : "I recently treated a case of sycosis (similar to barber's itch') of the lower lip, with Newbro's Her picide. There was an extensive loss of beard with inflamation extending well down on the chin. The result of the application of Hepricide was most gratifying. The loss' of beard ceased and a new growth of hair is now taking place over the once inflam ed area. ' "(Signed.) Melville E. O'Neal. M. D., 845 Howard St. San Francisco, Cal." Herpicide kills the dandruff germ and permits the hair to grow abund antly. , Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The Her picide Co.. Detroit, Mich. One dollar botles guaranteed. A. G. Luken and Co., Special Agents. DYIIA Ayer's Pills Health PURE CIDER VINEGAR FOR PICKLING ' If you want your pickles to keep, use none but the best. Also Pure. Whole Spices that are fresh; Horseradish Root, Etc. Phone 2292. H. G. HADLEY, GROCER. 1033 Main PICTORIAL REVT2W COMPANY. 222-226 Wert 39 Street, New Yorfc Enclosed plecue find 25c for which and me the and December issues of Pictorial Review. NO GUM CHEWING. Mayor Zimmerman made it very plain at the, session .of. the city court yesterday that witnesses must not come before him and ex pect to testify with a mouth full of gum. Two or three of the wit nesses were engaged in energetic mastication of the delectable and and when one of them, a woman, undertook to testify while chewing, she was promptly ordered to dis pense with it. "That don't go here," said the mayor. ent of the Giant Powder plant was tak en to the house by a National News association reporter and the minute that his eyes fastened upon the stuff he recognized it as the explosive that had been especially manufactured on September 20 for the men known as Bryson and Morris. One of the boxes had been emptied of its original contents the 80 per cent gelatine dynamite, and 40 per cent ordinary dynamite, had been sub stituted. It is this fifty pounds of 80 per cent dynamite, part of which was found at General Harrison Gray Otis' and F. J. Zeehandelaar residences, which is now conclusively proven, ac cording to the police, that was taken to Los Angeles and part of which blew up the Times building. J DIAT0MITE. Infusorial Earth Formed by Bodies of Minute Shellfish. Diatoms are tiny creatures that mul tiply very rapidly until they form a scum upon the surface of the water la many parts of the world. They are rarely more than one-hundredth part of an inch In diameter and often con slderably less. Their shells are com posed of silica, and these shells are well known to the microscopist on ac count of their great beauty. . When the little creatures die the shells sink to the bottom of the stream or pond, where they fem a kind of siliceous mud, and there are vast de posits of this material In various parts of the earth. This Infusorial earth, as It is called, has been christened di atomlte, and It is being used for a variety of purposes under the name kleselguhr. It Is employed as a ve hicle or absorbent for nitroglycerin, and the resultant paste is dynamite. Diatomlte is an excellent nonconductor of heat; and in this capacity It is used for filling the hollow interiors of the walls of safes, as a lining for stoves and furnaces ' and as a covering for steam pipes and boilers. For such pur poses as these it has an advantage over asbestos in the matter of pries and also of weight It can be made into bricks or slabs by the addition of a small quantity of lime or day, and these bricks can. bo raised to a white heat without show ing any signs of fusion. Diatomlte occurs in great quantities in the United States, in Prussia, In parts of Scotland, in Canada and to a lesser degree in Western Australia and New Zealand. Harper's Weekly. 100,000 Empty School Houses THROUGHOUT the United States there are over one hundred thousand school houses which are used not over five hours a day for five days each week during nine months of the year. The rest of the time these buildings, many of them costing thousands and thousands of dollars, stand empty and silent while boys and girls walk the streets seeking amusement and recreation. Why should these school houses not be used as social centers for the city, town or neighborhood? Why should they not serve as great centers for many kinds of literary and amusement activities? Rochester, Philadelphia, New York, Cleveland, Springfield, Atlanta, St. Paul, St. Louis and many other cities have tried out the plan and it is proving wonderfully successful. Read Mrs. Richardson's article on "Getting Acquainted" in PICTORIAL REVIEW hr NOVEMBER 15c a copy- -On Sale October 15th , $1.00 a year ' " ' - - :, - ... - K : ''.. N Address. Amazing Cere For Rheumatisn 25-Year Cases Cured in Few Weeks By New Discovery Guaranteed to Cure in Every Case. "D-M-F" has revolutionized the treatment of rheumatism. It is dif ferent from anything else ever prepar ed, and it is sold on a guarantee to cure in every case. It cures rheuma tism, gout, lumbago and neuralgia, no matter how chronic or serious the caste. E. D. Granger of Warsaw, N. YH says: "Since I was nine years old I suffered from rheumatism. Finally I began taking "D-M-F.". .In three days I began to walk about. A ft v days later was working on my farm in the worst sort of weather without a touch of rheumatism. 'D-M-F is a wonder." "D-M-F" is easily assimilated by the weakest stomach, contains no opiates or narcotics. "D-M-F" is sold at all drugstores at 11.00 a bottle, 6 bottles for $5.00. Cure guaranteed in any ordinary case with every purchase of 6 bottles, or money refunded. If your druggist cannot sup- puly you, it will be sent, together with guarantee, on receipt of price by the "D-M-F" Medicine Co., 2715 Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 111. "D-M-F" is recommended and sold In Richmond by A. G. Luken and Co. The Cause. "I bear bis relations with his wife are strained. What caused it?" "Her relations." Ltppincott's. Buy Mrs. Austin's Famous Buck wheat Flour, fine for breakfast, all grocers. ne Flower Shop 1M5 (tela SL Ffcsse tt Why Pay More? ) I Piehl & Es3ennscher ;: t Fancy and Staple Grocers. I We sell everything that Is clean I and fit to eat, - c 319 N. 5th Phone 1688 4 October, November Palladium Patterns Fashions "V. LITTLE GIRL'S GUIMPE DttCSia. Spotted challis in red and whit was the damty material used for Uus gress The bands on the neck and slashes arn of. the same, with soutache braid aiyj feather stitchinjr for trimming, and around the neck band is a fnll of pleated red silk. This dress slips on over the head and the fullness at the sides is confined by straps. This pattern is cut in three slses. 2, 4 and 6 years. Sise 6 requires 34, ing a seam under the neck band 1 yards is sufficient. Price pf pattiQB 641 is 10 cents. No. 641. , Name . .. . xj: kjr.x Axr...- Address . .v. ..: 'x'wmwws Sise. Fill out blank in pencil and send to ;tterc Department of this paper , f LADIES' SEMI-FITTING OCM This is a plain well fitted coat w fancy cuffs and pockets. Black sO U used to . face the fronts and lor the 'folds on cuffs and pockets. The esSax is finished with rows of stitehins. ; This pattern is cat in fit suss. 82 to 40 bust measure. Sis S3 requires JB 1.3 yards of 86-lnch material far taw three-quarter length, and SK yards, of 36-inch material for the short eoa Price of pattern 480 is 10 casts. . No. 480., Address .v.nr.cjcux3i Fill out blank in pencil Pattern Department of this paper. BOY'S SAILOU SUIT. This serviceable salt consists f blouse and knickers of dark Una serge. The sailor eoUar and sfrf.1 are trimmed with black braid and aids the line of the braid am fatttd with bright red. This pattern s cat In tent stssf 'd, 6, 8, and 10 years. Size S isuCaas four yards of 27-inch material. Iriss of pattern 680 is 10 cents. No. 30. N . . . r ".'Wa at Address .. ... jL...Mca) ; Sise. FID out blank in rsnea and swclta Pattern Department of this pepez. . a