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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, NOVE3IBER 30, 1910.
PAGE FIVE. Edited by Miss BUxabtth R. Thomas FALL FESTIVAL DANCE. The public It Invited to attend the Fall Festival dance to be giv en Monday evening, December twelfth, in the Coliseum by the tnembere of the Musicians Union for the benefit of the Fall Festival. jl jl jl SOCIAL EVENTS FOR THE WEEK. Monday A meeting of the Ticknor club will be held with Mrs. Grant at her home In South Eighth street. Members of the Magazine club will meet In the afternoon. Tuesday Mr. Aurele Borriss will give a recital In the Pythian Temple. An admission fee will be asked. The public Is cordially invited to attend. The members of the Tuesday Even Ing assembly will meet In the Odd ' Fellows' ball. Members of a card club will meet lit the afternoon. The hostess will be announced later. A meeting of the Aftermath society "will be held In the afternoon. The members of the East End Aid society of the First Christian church will meet In the afternoon. Wednesday The Domestic Science association will hold Its regular meet ing Wednesday afternoon, December seventh at the Parish house of St. Paul's Episcopal church. A demonstra tion will be given by representatives . of an yeast company and all persons Interested are cordially Invited to be , present. The Ladles Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will hold a ba- saar. ; A meeting of the Penny club will be held In the afternoon at the usual hour. A meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Grace Meth- , odlst church will be held in the after- '' noon at the home of Mrs. T. A. Mott in North Eleventh street. Thursday Mrs. Charles Kolp's eve ning dancing class will meet In the Odd Fellows' hall. A meeting of the Woman's Relief corps will be held in the G. A. R. post at the court house. ' Friday Mrs. Kolp's Friday even ing dancing class will meet in Odd rooms at the court house. J J J TO GIVE BAZAARS. This week will be a busy one and although only a few social events out side of the regular club meetings have been scheduled for the week neverthe less Christmas bazaars will take their .place. .Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock the Ladles Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will open Ita basaar in the church parlors. A ' number of beautiful articles which will make very appropriate Christmas presents - will be on display at this time. There will also be a Pure Food booth. Home made Christmas can dles will also be on sale at this time. Saturday the Ladles Aid society of the First English Lutheran church will give a basaar In a store room on Main street The public is cordially Invited to attend. The ladles of the Reld Memorial church gave a very successful affair of this nature the lat ter part of last week, almost selling out In one day. Friday evening an informal musical program had been arranged for the pleasure of the wom en who were guests at the basaar at this time. jl j$ ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. A six o'clock dinner party was giv en last evening by Miss Jessie Wink ler at her home in South Tenth street The affair was In honor of her guest Mlsa Opal Bonwell of Crawfordsville, Indiana, schoolmate of Miss Wink ler at the Indianapolis Kindergarten college. The table was beautifully appointed with flowers and ferns. The color scheme, pink and white, being earned out In all of the appointments At the close of the affair the engage ment of Mlsa Winkler to Mr. Frank 8. Robinson of Chlco. California, wti announced. The wedding will be cel ebrated sometime in January. Miss Winkler Is well known here and has a large circle of frtends who will be glad to extend congratulations. Mil Winkler Is a graduate of the local high school and later attended school ' at Indianapolis where she made many friends. She is also prominent in the First English Lutheran church cir cles. y jl j RETURNED HOME. Mrs. F. W. Schults baa returned to her borne in Logansport. Indiana, after a visit of several days with Mrs. Ja cob Schults and children In Liberty avenue. jl k4 j ON THE DINNER TABLE. Large salt cellars are now used on the table, and not the Individual ones, and the salt shakers are only used In tbe kitchen. The large salt cellars are of silver or of glass and two are enough on the table unless It Is large, and then tour are used. FLOWERS OF TODAY. Tbe day was when flowers were the standbys of all milliner, and the flower industry a profitable one; but for some time now Farlsiennes have been mad about feathers, and nothing else has been used In their hats. Recently, however, there hate been signs that flowers are coming back Into favor, not tbe gorgeous, happy blossoms w knew of old. but pale, faded, tender things such as one sees in old eighteenth century boudoirs, or tarnished gold and silver roses. These are put singly at the side of a black velvet toque, or in a rather skimpy wreath around a black velvet picture shape. The more robust blossoms though always of faded tones, are worn In front of the coats or fastened among the fur of stoles. Sometimes they are made of kid, sometimes of velvet jl jl TO SING AT HOTEL. in this work. Dancing will probably begin at nine o'clock. All are cordial ly, invited to attend. Programs will be sold at a nominal price. The coliseum will present a gay appearance with it many decorations which will be used for the occasion. This will no doubt be one of tbe most notable social events of the holiday season. . J J J PAST WEEK PLEASANT ONE. Perhaps the crowning event of the past week in the social world was the elaborate dancing party given Friday evening In tbe Pythian temple. About one hundred and fifty persons attend ed this delightful affair. .Thursday evening a dance was given in the Odd Fellows hall. A special feature of the past week was the number of dances given. Wednesday evening the As sembly met at the Country club and jon Tuesday evening tbe members of the Cotillon club enjoyed dancing in the Odd Fellows hall. Only a few Mr. Fred DeBolt who has been sing' lng at the Murray theater will sing dances, however, are scheduled for at the Hotel Westcott this evening ween, weanesaay Mrs. ueorge durlna- the dinner hour. Mr. DeBolt i Williams and Mrs. Dudley Elmer gave WO l& ft E5 has a flne baritone voice and is be coming quite a favorite here. j J ENTERTAIN BETA'S. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Draper will en tertain the members of the Beta Phi Sigma fraternity to luncheon today at their home In South Thirteenth street Their son, Mr, Wray Draper, is a member of the fraternity. PROGRAM SUNDAY. Hicks and Wood will furnish the fol lowing program of musical airs during the dinner hour at the hotel Wescott this evening: March. The Gridiron Taylor Hanako Japanese Intermezo ... .. Aletter Shepherd's Dance from Henry VIII German Selection Girl of My Dreams Hoschna Recitation and Romance from Tann- hauser Wagner Vienna Woodland Violets Waltz VoUstedt Barcarole Tales of Hoffman Offenbach Selection Faust Gounod Le Secret Intermezo Gautler Quartet from Rlgoletto Verdi J J J PARTY A SUCCESS. A most charming bridge party was given Saturday afternoon in the par lors of the Hotel Wescott by tbe mem bers of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The rooms were arrang ed with flags. About eighty persons were present Bridge was played at nineteen tables. There were a num ber of favors presented. Tbe fortunate ones were Mrs. Schalk, Mrs. Galen Lamb, Mrs. Earl Mann, Mrs. Henry Gennett, Mrs. Will Campbell, Mrs. Ray Shlveley, Mrs. Kelsker, Mrs. Edwin Gates and Miss Irene Mather. There j i given the consolidation favors. There were no refreshments although several baskets of bon bons were given the guests at the close of the game. Tbe proceeds from this event will be used for charity. The organization has giv en eight boys five dollar memberships In the Y. M. C. A. The boys range In age from twelve to fourteen years and were chosen by the principals in the grades according to the general worthiness and good behavior. jt jt jl TO ENTERTAIN. Miss Sara Lynch and Miss Nina Harrla will entertain informally Wed nesday evening In the Aeolian parlors In the Comstock building. The affair will be In tbe nature of an Informal musical. ' ' ' jt jl jl TO PREESENT PROGRAM. Mr. Aurele Borriss will present the following program at his recital to be given Tuesday evening in the Pythian temple: First Group 1. Prologue (by request) from II pagliacci, R. Leaucavallo. 2. La barabare tribu. Yules Mas seuet; Air 2 Recitative from Rio de Lahara. 3. Largo al factotum. G. Cavatlne from II barblero glla. Second Group 1. A song of Thanksgiving. ten. S. It Is Enough, Felix Mendelssohn (from Elijah). 3. The Bandallero, L. Stuart 4. Keys of Heaven. Old English. Intermission. Second Part First Group 1. Die Stille Wassesase, F. Kuck en. 2. Aura, Rubinstein. 3. Der Koenlg bel der Kroenung. Hugo Wolf (The King at his corona tion). Second Group 1. Serenade. Aurele Borriss. 2. Un brindlsi. Flotaw (from Mar tha). 3. Toreado song, G. Bizet (from Carmen). jl ji tii DANCE IN COLISEUM. Much Interest is being manifested in the dance to be given Monday evening December twelfth In the Coliseum by the members of the Musicians union for the benefit of the Fall Festival. An Orchestra composed of twenty-five pieces and also a band made up of forty-five persons will furnish the dance music. A!l the women who are members, of various clubs In the city, have promised their assistance in making this affair a decided success. This la a good opportunity for the women of the city to aid in making up 1 the deficit in the funds of the organ-) j the first of a series of parties for Miss Magdalena Engelbert, a bride-elect Miss Engelbert was also the guest of honor at companies given by the hostesses Thursday and Friday after noons. The social event for Saturday was the Bridge party given at the Hotel Wescott by the members of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Visit Miss Lena Rone for bargains In all winter millinery after Dec. 5. 4-lt Bank Clerk Form Union. The organizers of the United He brew Trades reported that a union of bank clerks on the east side of New York has been formed, being the first onion of bank clerks. The anion is preparing to make demands for higher wages and a shorter workday, to be enforced by a sjrike. There are man; women clerks In the east side banks, and it was stated that they have to work long after the nominal hours for closing tbe banks. An Anoiant 8 team Man. There are a host of authorities on hydraulics and mechanics that could be quoted to support the assertion that the steam engine is not a modern In vention. CarpLni In the account of bis j travels. A. D. 12S6. describes a species j of aeophile. or team, engine made in j the form of a man. This contrivance j was filled with 'Inflammable liquid") (probably petroleum) and made to doj terrible work In the battles between the Mongols and ta troops of Pre9ter John. When you feel vous. tired, worried or despondent it is a rare sign you need MOTTS NERVER1NE PILLS. They renew tbe normal vigor and make life worth living. B ivr ad ak for Molf s Ncnrerine Pills V& WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Pmp. OmmtUaA. Okie Recital PYTHIAN TEMPLE. TUES. EVE, DECEMBER 6, 8:15 P. M. ADMISSION; We AT CONKEY'S "The Place You Get the Most Chang Back." HO ! ! ! FOR THE HOLIDAYS FOR HER Fancy Box and Bulk Perfume. Holiday Stationery, Deli cious Box Candy, Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Fountain Pens, etc. FOR HIM Shaving Outfits, Gillette, Auto Strop, Gem Jr., Ever Ready Safety and old style raiora and accessories. Fancy Box Cigars, Pipes, Cameras and Leather Goods. We will be pleased to put them aside for you. TOILETS A complete stock of all of the well known as well as the rare toilet requisites. If you see It advertised In magazines or else where, we most likely have it We specialise the fulling of the popu larly advertised "Home Recipes," "Beauty Hints,' etc, etc , U6e our Free Delivery. Conkey Drug Company COR. MAIN AND NINTH "If It's Filled at Conkey's, It's Right" N. B. Use Conkey's Bijou" Cleaner for cleaning your party clothes. The Elite thing for Elite garments. 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Brass Smoking Sets Here is something that's sure to please smokes. See them. a man that High Grade Umbrellas We have a special line that are unequalled anywhere both unique and artistic engraved handles in sterling sil ver and gold filled. Price $7.00 to $15.50. ft If VU. i I K Iff I f v 7. VW ' &- J Ladies9 Bracelets in the very newest patterns and designs; gold filled at from $3.75 to $10.00. In the solid gold $11.00 to $20.00. Lockets with or without chain, entirely new patterns, coma In both round and odd shapes, at from $1.75 up.' FANCY LORNETTE CHAINS com in all lengths up to 5$ inches, with or without sets. BAR PINS These are an exceptionally fine Una in English green and rose gold. VEIL PINS This is a gift that would be appreciated by most all women as It is serviceable as well as ornamental. These alao come In the English green and res gold. BELT PINS, BEAUTY PINS, SHIRT WAIST SETS. ENAMELED 3 PIN SETS at 75c and up per set. HAWKS No piece with out this Trade Mark on it la "en u inc. Toilet Sets Practical Gifts. See our line of these for both ladies and gentlemen, in plate and sterling silver. CUT GLASS All women like fine cut glass. See the many individual pieces. They make good gifts. Electroliers It's a line that is out of the ordinary; they must be seen to be appreciated. CLOCKS Clocks always make good Xmas presents. See this line of ours be fore selecting your gifts. MESH BAGS These are gifts that would please any young lady; lined in either silk or kid; prices from $2.75 to $16.00. Sterling Silver Picture Frames at from $1.00 to $10.00. A Spoon is always appreciated. Single spoons in new designs. EL TUT A "FXTTTTTGD 810 Main Street THE JEWELER F. H. Ednuiids, Optometrist i1 For JIMAG FRAMED PICTURES in Oils, Pastels, Water Colors, Carbon Prints. Also see the lOcrloc, 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00 Pictures that ere entirely new, and make suitable Xmas Gifts. DEN PICTURES for the Men. 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