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THE RICHMOND PAL1.ADIUJI AXD SUX-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1010.
PAGE FIVE. Edited by Miss EUzabeth R. Thomas MISS OAAR HOSTESS. On of th prettiest luncheon of the autumn wuon wu siren today at one o'clock by Miss Mildred Oaar at her home In North Thirteenth street, for Miss Opal Husson, who will be married to Mr. Russell Oaar, Tuesday, November the eighth: Mr. Gaar Is a cousin of Miss Gaar. The house was attractively decorated with chrysan themums and ferns. The dining room was especially pretty with Its hand some decorations. At different places In the room vsses filled with chrysan themums, pink In color, were placed. In the center of the table a large wed ding bell, formed of pink chrysanthe mums.' was used. Smaller chrysan themums of the same color were scat tered over tho handsome cloth . and were effectively placed at either ends i f the table in an elaborate decorative motif. Candles holding pink tapers were also used in further appointing the table. In this apartment the shades were drawn and artificial light used to Illuminate the room. The place cards were hand-painted de signs In the shape of a miniature bird, holding a wedding ring In its beak. Heated at the . table were sixteen guests. After luncheon, which was served In several courses, the guests spent tho Afternoon playing bridge. j j j TO CHICAGO. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lynde have re turned to their home In Chicago, after a two weeks' visit In this city with friends and relatives. Jt Jt 18 AT HOME. Mrs. Louise White has Just returned home from Springfield, Ohio, after anendlng the past eight weeks with relatives. J J S ENTERTAINED FOR GUESTS. .Mrs. Charles Tennis entertained la charming manner Wednesday even ing at her home In South Eighth street complimentary to Miss Jose phine Newklrk, of Chicago, and Miss l'earl Atkinson, .who will leave soon for her new home in South Bend. , The house was decorated with flow ers and ferns for the occasion. Cards were the feature of - the. evening's, amusements. At the close of the game a lunch was served. The guests were Miss Newklrk, Miss Atkinson. Miss Olive Ellason, Miss ArUne Johnson, Miss Dertha Taylor. . Miss Charlotte Kayer, Miss Agnes Game, Miss Edna Skinner and Miss Stella Maple, of Chicago. , j j j RECITAL AT CHURCH. An attractive feature of the week's entertainment for delegates and friend attending' ihe' federation meet ing wae the recital' given yesterday afternoon In the beautiful . Held Me morial church. ' The organ numbers were given by Mrs. Miller and Miss Constance Poster. Miss Karotyn Karl, who has an unusually sweet voice, de lighted the audience yesterday by ber perfect rendition of Buck's, "The Si lent World Is Sleeping." The pro gram follows: Overture to Lohengrin ......Wagner .Mrs. Fred Miller Mrs. Krueber, Mrs. Earhart, Mr. Krone. Mr. Braffett. Concert March No. 2, Op. 69.... Wolstenbolme Mrs. Miller. 1 j jg MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. The marriage of Mr. Louis Lantx and Miss Nora M. Griffith, prominent young people of Milton, has been an nounced. The wedding was celebrated in Louisville, Ky., Monday at eight o'clock In the parlors of the Louis ville hotel by the Rev. R. Smart of the Methodist church of that place. Among the wedding guests were Mr. II. U. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Schooley and Mr. E. II. Secord. After the ceremony a dinner was served the guests In the ordinary of the hotel. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. M. E. Klnsey, of Milton, and is quite pop ular among her large circle of friends. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lants and is traveling sales man for the American Casket com pany of Cambridge City. Their many friends are glad to extend congratula tions. j VISITING HERE. Mrs. 8. W, Addington, of Hagers town, Ind., is In the city the guest of Mrs. Harry Randall. I Sf5 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. , The engagement of Mr. John Hayes and Miss Mary Carson of Indianapolis has been informally announced. Miss Carson is a sister to Mrs. Milton Craighead of North Tenth street and often visits here, having made a large circle of friends in this city during her vlits. Mr. Hayes is prominent in Indianapolis. He is secretary of the republican state committee. Their many friends here are glad to extend congratulations. The date, has not been set for the wedding. j js j TO BE MARRIED NOVEMBER 12. Miss Carolyn Foulke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dudley Foulke, will be married Saturday, November twenfth. to Mr. John Francis Urie, U. 8. N. The affair will be celebrated at the home of the bride's parents In South Eighteenth street J J-J MET LAST EVENING. The first meeting of the Thursday dancing ' class was held last evening in the Odd Fellows' hall. A large number of persons were in attend ance. 5 TO VISIT HERE. Miss Martha Mine, of Hammond, Indiana; will come soon to visit Miss Lenora and Mlsa Vlloa Wickemeyer at their-home In South Eighth street. Miss- Mine has a number of friends here who will be glad to greet her again. She formerly attended Earl ham College. jt jt jfi TO TAKE APARTMENTS. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Swayne will close their residence in North Eleventh street for the winter and take apart ments at the Hotel Westcott. Miss convention was also a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Gentle. : ' ' j js Jt SACRED CONCERT. Under the direction of Mrs. Grace Gonnon the choir of the First Meth odist church will give a sacred con cert in the church Sunday evening at seven-thirty o'clock. J j FOR MISS HU880N. A pretty little company of yester day afternoon had for its hostess Mrs. Roy Compton of Sooth Tenth street. The function was complimentary to Bliss Opal Husson, a bride-elect. The affair was in the nature of a band kerchief shower, bridge being the fea ture of the afternoon's amusement Mrs. W. R. Pound stone was given the only favor offered at the three tables. Miss Husson received a number of gifts. .The guests were Miss Martha McClellan, Miss Fannie Jones, Miss Agnes Twlgg, Miss Florence King, Miss Ruth Mashmeyer, Mrs. Elmer McConaha, Mrs. Ralph Husson, Miss Etta Jones, Mrs. W. R. Poundstone and Miss Elaine Jones. JS j& DINNER FOR GUESTS. One of the most elaborate dinners given this fall for visiting guests was the one of last evening at the Country club given by Mrs. P. W. Smith, when she took this means of complimenting her guests, Mrs. Charles Dougan and Mrs. Ellingham, who have been attend ing the State Federation meeting. The table had been arranged In an unusu ally attractive manner. A low mound of pink roses intermingled with small white chrysanthemums was used as a center piece for the table. The place cards were dainty hand palnted designs. Those enjoying this charming function were Mrs. John B. Dougan. Mrs. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Omar Murray,. Mrs. Howard Jones, Mrs. John Nicholson, Mrs. D. L. Ma ther, Mrs. James Garr, Mrs. George Williams, Mrs. John Lontz, Mrs. Char les McGuIre, Mrs. George Eggemeyer, Mrs. William Campbell, Mrs. B. B. Johnson, Mrs. A. L. Ashley, Mrs. Hen ry Gennett. Corsage bouquets of roses and chrysanthemums were given the guests as favors. Dinner in sev eral courses was served. Bridge was played during the ' evening by the guests. j j js ENTERTAINED SOCIETY. Mrs. Falck entertained the Wom an's Home and Foreign Missionary jjafUliM Id liuv; 1UB J4IU.IV Mil, . In f'K mt Kn stft.n mmAi Hima A 8ong of Thanksgiving . .. .Allltserih. BMn, th ' MmA im A AmI.Ii rm .aI niillm.nljlin (I n ovwivu .iv. , . viuuui.u) Evening -Rest Leschhoruy (b) (c) Prayer Phlppen 8 . Miss Foster A New Heaven and a New Earth Gaul Mr. Frank Braffett and Quartette (a) Nocturne In F Spinney (b) Caprlcclo .Lemalgre (c) Bcherto Schumann ' , Mrs. Miller The Silent World Is Sleeping.. Buck ' , Mlsa Karl (a) The Horn... Swedish Folk Song (b) Swiss Vespers Rossini LIFE TO I Lydia E. Pinkham's Veritable Compound falling and turtaiumatlon, and the iUkv iiursaaui & coum nui ppt well unless 1 had an operation. I knew I could not stand the strain of one, to I wrote to you sometime afro about my health and you told me what to da After taklns; Lydia . Pinkham's vegeta ble Compound and T " i ' ' - 1 f"'""" x urine r x mm to-dara well woman." Mrs. Williax Annex. i& w. xist St, Chicago, I1L Lydia E. rinkhara's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs, and Way holds the record for the largest numUr of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine in the country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file In the Ilnkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from, almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, uL eeratlon.dispUcements.fibroid tumors. rregularitlei,perlodlo pains, backache, indigestion and nervous prostration Every such suffering woman owes it U. i? .'.A0 E1 J-ydia E. Pinktam'g Vegetable Compound a trial. If you would like soecial arfvW sibout 7mr case write a confiden tial latter to Mrs. Ptnkham. at Lyna, Haas. Iler adTiee U free, BClafok j js HALLOW E'EN PARTY. Several local persons have received invitations to attend a Hallow E'en party to be given Saturday evening at the home of the Misses Fleming, in Hageratown. A barn dance will be a feature of the affair. "5$ J NO DANCING SCHOOL. ' Dancing school will not be held this evening In the I. O. O. F. hall on ac count of the Russian dancers who will appear this evening at the Gennett theater. However the class will re ceive Its regular instructions Satur day evening. jl jl ATTENDED PARTY. A number of the Country club mem bers attended the .weekly bridge party given yesterday at the club house. Miss Laura Johnson was hostess. Mrs. Howard Jones and Mrs. W. O. Craw ford were given the favors. 4 jS. TO GIVE SOCIAL. A social will be given this evening by the Freshman class of Earlham Col lege in the gymnasium. The affair will no doubt be most enjoyable as the class has been making considera ble preparation for the event Miss Snepp and Mr. Edgar Fisher will chap erone the party. ATTENDED FEDERATION. The Brookvllle American printed the following yesterday: , , Mrs. R. J. Cain attended the Feder ation of Clubs two days this week at Richmond and was the' guest of her aunt Mrs. Jennie Yaryan. Mrs. Martha Goodwin and Mrs. Kir by Myers went to Richmond Tues day to attend the State Federation of clubs being held in that city. GUESTS AT INDIANAPOLIS. Mr. Robert Thornburg and Mr. Fred Bollmeyer went to Indianapolis late yesterday afternoon. They saw "The Follies of 1910- at the English Opera .house last evening. ' J OF LOCAL INTEREST. A telegram was received by the News today from the Richmond corr vention of the Federated Clubs of In diana announcing the re-election of Mrs. E. M. Wilson, of this city, as chairman of the Twelfth district Ft Wayne News. Jt ENTERTAINED BY FRIENDS. Mrs. Margaret Shaw of Indianapolis who has been attending the meetings of the State Convention of Woman's Federated clubs was entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Gentle at their home in South Eighth street , Mrs. Nora Brown, of Milton, a delegate to the society of the Second Presbyterian church at her apartments in the Reed flats yesterday afternoon. Reports from the recent convention held at Terre Haute were given at this time by Mrs. Reigel and the hostess. Mis sionary topics concerning the Mor- mans and Persians were also read by members. A social hour followed the program. Refreshments were served. J J GUEST8 HERE. Mrs. Ben Raber and daughter, Miss Sadie, of Cambridge City, are the guests, of Mrs. O. A. Keplinger and Mrs. J. B. Baker. Jt BEAUTIFUL DINNER PARTY. Beautiful in all of its appointments was the dinner party given last even ing by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curme, Sr., at their home in North Twelfth street, complimentary to Mrs. Rose Thomas, a sister to Mr. Curme, and who yesterday celebrated her forty fitth birthday anniversary. The color scheme for the entire decorative motif was yellow and black. In the center of the table the name of the guest of honor (Rose) was written in smilax and after dinner the smilax was broken away and forty-five silver dol lars was found concealed in the fol iage. This was tlie gift of the hostess to Mrs. Thomas. The name cards were beautiful de signs carried out in the yellow and black colors. Places were arranged for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curme, Sr., Mr. Arthur Curme, Jr., Mr. Perclval Gray, Jr., Mr. Emmett Curme, Master Robert Lacey, Master Curme Gray, Master Warren Lacey, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Percy Gray, Mr. and" Mrs. -Warren Lacey and Miss Marjorie Curme, with Mrs. Thomas. After dinner the hours were spent in telling incidents of days gone by. The affair was most enjoyable. JS j J VISITING IN SPRINGFIELD. Miss Mary Johnson of North Eigh teenth street is the guest of friends and relatives in Springfield, Ohio. j j J VISIT IN NE WCASTLE. Mrs. T. P. Butler will visit Spice land and New Castle, Ind., over Sun day. S S ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Powers Kline, 5523 Michigan avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Hazel Irene, to Dr. John 'Arthur Turner of Waukegan, 111. No date has been 'set for the wedding. Chicago Record Herald. Miss Kline is well known here as this is her old home. She with her parents at one time resided en North Fourteenth, street She attended the local high school. Last summer she was a guest in this city. j jft js MARRIED LAST EVENING. ! Mr. Medearis and Miss Celeste Pike of near Centerville were quietly mar ried last evening at seven-thirty o'clock at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. R. Thompson by the Rev. J. O. Campbell of Middletown, Indiana. TO ENTERTAIN SATURDAY. The children of the primary depart ment and also members of the other departments of the Second Presbyter ian Sunday school will be entertained Saturday afternoon from, two until four o'clock at the church. thor's death and to which all the copywrights were assigned. This company is down on the inventory list at $200,000. ' $100. REWARD Some dealers sell inferior imit ations even when the customer distinrtlv orders RUBEROID ROOFING. Consequently, we offer $100 for information lead ing to the conviction of any person selling an inferior imitation on the representation Ihat it is RUBER OID ROOFING. - . Yea can always tell Ruber- oid Roofing by the . Trade , . .Marks (shown.h.ere) wbjeh are outside every roll and stamped ' ' on everv 7 feet of the material. " Be careful. There are over 300 I imitations of RUBEROID Tnda Srk f U I. PM. Ofle ROOFING n Tiwl Mark fnt. V k PM Ottic THE STANDARD PAINT COMPANY MANUFACTURERS 6EKRAI OFFICES: O WLUA3 STREET. . EEV 11 (PLAGE YOUR where it will bring you the largest returns. oo When yeu Invest in Haughton's wearing apparel, you are getting FULL VALUE for your money. ITS CAPACITY WITH US IS 100. Come in and examine our qualities, then ask our prices and we are sure that you will be convinced that you ought to trade with "In Tho IVosteott" Headquarters Reid Hospital Auto. Deposit Your Money in the Richmond Loan and Saving Association Capitalized at S1,509.CC3.C9 PAYS 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 6 to 8 P. M. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Phone 1768, , Office: 21 North Ninth Street. LADIES, ATTENTION! Be at MISS H. GREEN'S, 1010 Main street, WEST COTT HOTEL, and see the DISPLAY of Cluny lac es, Silk Kimonos and Mexican drawn work given by the SER0LA BROS., IMPORTERS. Also all kinds of Oriental Goods. "They will be here for one week, starting today. You are WELCOME, whether you purchase or not. . v - MARK Mill's ESTATE Redding. Conn.. Oct. 28. The In ventory of the Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clements) estate as returned by the appraisers. Albert Bigelow Paine and Harry A. Lounsbury, shows a to tal of $611,138, of which $70,000 repre sents reality and the remaining $541, 136 personal property. The residence, Stormfield. and the 230 acres belonging to it, are apprais ed at $66,000 and the cattage known as the Lobster Pot, with Its twenty acres, at $4,000. The copywright values of the Mark Twain books ap pear nowhere in the list as such. The explanation of this is that these val utfc arte grouped in the valuation placed on the assets of the Mark Twain Company which was incorpo rated a year or two before the au- Death in the Teeth It has been settled by scientists beyond 'm doubt that typhoid fever germs and germs which produce diphtheria and rarious throat and stomach troubles come in many instances from decayed teeth and from teeth that are not brushed and kept clean. What a useless state of affairs! PHers) is a ResnaaV designed to' prevent that very thing f Why Pay More? I Piehl & Essenmacher Fancy and Staple Grocers. We sell everything that la clean and fit to eat. J19 N. 5th Phone 1688 A Jefidtu h tatifrict A powerful ftrakida Germs Hie an odd mouth, SOZODONT puts the mouth in an alkaline condition, therefore mouth germs have no use for it. Jwst try it and s the diffsrca is the tone of yomr montk and tke health, of yew teeth. TOOTH POWDER Used with the liquid makes the teeth pearly white sad beautiful. SOZODONT MV he used in place of the Powdei by those who prefer the paste. Sold at every Toilet Counter SOZODONT SEE FOR YOURSELF how much better Kcyptok In visible Bifocal Lenaes are than the old style with the dividing line, by- trying on Glasses at our office today. Kryptok Invisible Lenses al low you to read the smallest print or see perfectly at a dis tance, they look the same as an ORDINARY LEN8 but are still BIFOCAL TWO In ONE, Miss C M. Sveitzer OPTOMETRIST. 9272 Mn St. if f tee's a Komi We are selling more Men's and Ladies' ready-to-wear gar ments this season than ever before. Come in and. let us show you. Specials for Saturday in our Men's and Boys'; Departments: Men's fine Suits and Overcoats, all new fall patterns' and styles, worth up to $15.00, Saturday ...$1000 Men's $18.00 Suits and Overcoats ........ 1 5.00 Boys' $4.50 Suits $3.40 We are also .showing an extensive line of Men's fine hand tailored Suits and Overcoats at $18, $20, $22.50 1 The Values In Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Dept Have No Equal. Let Us Prove It Saturday Ladies' $10.00 Long Coats in Black, Browns and Grey, Special for Saturday .................57.50 Ladies' $15.00 Suits and Coats, Special at ...... SI 0.00 $18.00 Suits and Coats ........... ...... ...SI 5.00 Ladies' hand tailored Suits and Coats... $18.00 to $30.00 Children's $4.50 Coats ..........$2.98 Misses' $7.50 Coats .......$5.98 Children's and Misses' Fall weight Coats, at about i price. Special showing in Furs. Just received large sample line at i less than regular price. A Few of Our Money Saving Items For Saturday and Monday 111 ' 1 1 m $5 Wool Blankets.. $3.98 $1.25 Bed Spreads.. 89c 7c Prints, yard ...... 5c Ladies' $1.50 Shoes, 98c Ladies' $3 Gun Metal Shoes . . . .$2.48 Men's 75c Sweater Coats ..- ..--.50c Men's $3.50 Vici Shoes at .$2.89 $18.00 Tapestry Brus sels Rugs, 9x12 $13.95 69c Cotton Blankets, 49c If you don't think we are in the Carpet Business, visit our department tomorrow. $25 9x12 Axminster Rugs --......$17.48 61c Outing, per yard 4c $1.50 Black Messaline Silk, yard wide, at per yard 98c 25c Poplin, per yard. 10c $1 .50 Comforts ... .98c 11-4 Blankets 98c 5c Toilet Paper, 2 rools 5c 50c Galvanized Wash 'Tubs . 33c 25c 17 in. Coal Hods 19o 50c Clothes Baskets, 35c 5c Tin Cups,... 3 for 5c 25c Wash Boards . . 1 0c 15c Stove Pipe 10c 1 0c Iron Holder. . .... 5c 10c Lamp Globes . . ..5c Children's 25c Cham bers - 10c