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THE RICH3IOXD PALLADIUM AT SUX-TELEGRA31, 3IOXD AT, DECEMBER 5, 1910.
PAGE FIVE. Christmas Cards Free Not Cheap Trash. But Ones. 10 Beautiful hjiit ALES Begins Tuesday, Closes Saturday, Dec. 10th. Take your choice from these 2 lots ol elegant ?ARiiiiiE'iuinr Begins Tuesday Morning, Dec. 6th. Closes Saturday Evening, Dec. 10th. HOT 1L (WORTH UP TO 916.00 PER SUIT.) 50 LABIS' MB MISSES- Ml-WUM SUITS Every garment new, made ol all wool cloths, all colors, Black, Navy Blue, Brown, also mixtures, all Jackets satin lined, worth up to $16.00. Think of buying at choice for: 82M (WORTH UP TO $30.00; SELLING THEM AT $12.50.) THIS IS THE GREATEST SUIT BARGAIN YET! A grand lot ol Ladies9 and Misses9 Suits, the best we've had in price, quality and style, every shade represented a splendid strong line of blacks-including also beautiful mixtures, Navy, Brown and Tan, every Jacket lined with all silk, Satin or best grade of Talfeta. Suits in this lot selling now at $30.00, but Tomorrow, Tmesdlaiy MiriniM(gj9 EDeCo (BtBta and until Saturday night, Dec. 10th, we offer and will sell choice of lot number two at ALTERATIONS FREE Hie Stetaicy (bd Store 8th and Main. Richmond. Edited by Miss Elizabeth R. Thomas FALL FESTIVAL DANCE. Tbe public is Invited to attend the Fall Festival dance to be given Monday evening. December twelfth in the Coliseum by the members of the Musicians' Union for the bene fit of the Fall Festival. jl jl jl DINNER FOR BETAS. One of the most charming social events for Sunday was the prettily ap pointed dinner party given yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Draper In South Thirteenth street in honor of the members of the Beta Phi Sigma fraternity, their son. Mr. Wray Draper being a member of the "frat" The table presented an attractive ap pearance with its beautiful decora tions, the Beta rose being used in all the appointments. Covers were laid for fifteen and the guests were Mr. Charles Williamson. Mr. Walter Mur ray. Mr. Wray Draper, Mr. Raymond Wickemeyer. Mr. Xenophon King. Mr. Everett Ackerman, Mr. Harold Myers, Mr. Willard Kaufman, Mr. Richard Sedgwick. Mr. John Longstreth, Mr. Herbert Wann, Mr. Errett Haisley. Mr. Edwin Flook, Mr. Charles Buell and Mr. Harry Stelnkamp. Dinner in five courses was served at twelve o'clock. noon. s ENTERTAINED GUESTS. Miss Elizabeth Kolp entertained several guests to dinner last even ing at the Hotel Westcott. j Jt j UNABLE TO SING. Mr. Fred DeBolt who was to sing last evening during the dinner hour at the Hotel Westcott was unable to do so on account of illness. A number of the guests were disappointed. Mr. DeBolt will sing again this week at the Murray theater. J j ji SEVERAL DANCES. The Christmas holidays promise to be quite gay and a number of pleas ant social events will no doubt be given by the various hostesses. Danc ing parties will also be in vogue. Mrs. Charles Kolp has arranged to give a party of this nature Friday evening before Christmas and also one on Monday evening after Christmas. She expects to carry out the same plan at New Years. This will make four dances In eight days and the young people will have an enjoyable time at these functions as Mrs: Kolp's par ties are always very enjoyable and are looked forward to by the young peo ple. It has been rumored that the members of the Kappa Alpha Phi fra ternity will give a dance sometime during the holidays. Several from this city have been invited to attend the dance to be given Monday evening. December twenty-sixth at Cambridge City in the K. of P. hall. A notable dancing party and one which opens the round of holiday festivities is the one to be given Monday evening. De cember twelfth, in the Coliseum by the members of the Musicians Union for the benefit of the Fall Festival as sociation. All are invited to attend this affair. j COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS. Arrangements have Just about been completed for the Christmas bazaar to be held Wednesday all day and eve ning at the First Presbyterian church by the members of the Ladies' Aid so ciety. The affair will begin at eleven o'clock in the morning and as an nounced will continue throughout the day. The articles to be put on sale this year , are unusually pretty and a number of dainty Christmas gifts can easily be found among the assortment. All are invited to attend. J J J TO NEW YORK. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph O. Leeds went to New York, Sunday where they will remain for about a week. j ji TO BE WITH MISS TAFT. One of the most vivacious girls who will make up the cluster of buds around Miss Helen Taft this winter will be Senorita Maria Helena Villegas daughter of Senor Jacinto L. Villegas. charge d'affairs of the Argentine re public. The dark eyed senorita is the only debutante contributed to the young society of the white house by the diplomatic corps this winter.- She is very Spanish in manner and appear ance, but she has the added grace of an American education. jt jt SORORITY ENTERTAINED. The Psi Iota Xi sorority will be en tertained this evening by the Misses Helen, and Harriet Bowman at their home on East Washington street, The I want to send free to every reader of tbe Palladium. 10 beautiful, import ed, embossed, colored Christmas cards all different without any advertising on them whatever. I do this because I want people to know the high grade cards I carry at manufacturers prices. If you prefer beautiful New Years cards, say so when you write. All that I ask is that you send me 4 cents in sumps to cover postage. Addness, C. T. Johnstone, Pres., Dept. A. 268, Roches ter. N. Y. Recital BORISS PYTHIAN TEMPLE, TUES. EVE.. DECEMBER 6, 8:15 P. M. ' ADMISSION: 50c- ' The Doctor's Answers On Health and Beauty Questions By DR. THEODORE! BECK. The questions answered below are general in character; the symptoms or diseases are given and the answers aPPly to sny case of similar nature.. Tni', winning further advice, free, may address Tr. Theodore Beck, College Bld'g, College-EUwood Sts.. Dayton. Ohio, enclosing seir-addresscd. stamped envelope for reply Full name and address must oe given but only initials or ficticious name will be used in my answers. The prescriptions can be filled at It ywholeaaleCned drUR 8t0re' Any druSi n ortir 3 u i M o j i o j tu uaJ pub esfoaaxa jip o pjbSj jni -d-ivD Xq pajsnb -uoo uaq seq um been persistently and regularly used for from two to six months. Try it. and If it gives relief you can rest assured that it will be most ef fective as a Cure in your case, as it has in many others: Oil Eucalyptus 1 dram. Terebene 1 dram. Essence Mentho-Laxene 2H ozs.. Glycerine, pure, 6 ozs. Mix, shake the bottle and take a teaspoonful every hour or two during attacks, and 6 doses daily at other times. Grace M.: Your distress is due to a complication of ills due in a great measure to poor circulation which af fects the delicate organs of your sex, causing the usual abnormal symptoms of pain, griping, headache, and sore ness in the chest and under the should er blades. Your weight is 20 pounds below normal and your blood is in poor condition. Have this prescription fill ed and use regularly for several months: Virburnum Prunifolium 1 oz.. Tinc ture Cadomene Comp. 1 oz., Comp. Syr up Hy phosphites 6 ozs. Mix and take a teaspoonful every three hours during the day, followed by a glass of water. Also obtain 3-Grain Hypo-Kuclane Tablets and take as per directions ac companying sealed package. George: The sores on your hands and arms if accompanied by itching, is a form of eczema. Wash with warm water and castile soap, rinse, and while the skin Is wet apply a small portion of Plain Yellow Minyol. rubbing and massaging a few minutes, and then rinse off and dry thoroughly. Then ap ply the following ointment: boil Eucalyptus 15 drops, Rose-Kay-loln 2Vi drams. White Vaseline 2 ozs. Mix. Tfhis treatment with Minyol may smart and sting, but it is necessary to destroy the germs attacking the skin. Internal treatment for the blood, liver and bowels is necessary, and you should have prescription given "Anna E." fill ed, and use as per directions to her. Discouraged Mechanic: The trouble with your feet will require a long course of treatment to correct, but by patience and persistency the following treatment win a it. inis aiso win re lieve and cure tired, aching, sweaty and calloused feet, as It is a local tonic and stimulant to the muscles, ligaments and cells. To a gallon of hot water add a teaspoonful of vilane Powder and a teaspoonful of alum. Immerse the feet 15 to 20 minutes each night. Then bathe the feet In cold water and dry. Anna B: Your acute indigestion, ac companied by constipation or a con stant absorption of poisons which should have been eliminated. You must first regulate your diet. Discon tinue coffee and tea. omit meat almost entirely; also starches, such as fresh bread, pastry and potatoes, except baked. Always eat less than your ap petite craves. Kor the indigestion- take Tablets Triopeptine: pink after break fast, white after dinner, blue after sup per. Also take H to 1 teaspoonful of the following to correct liver and think well of face creams, but this race wash is most effective, if persistently " reguiariy used. it removes tan " irecmej ty absorption: Potassium rDonaie 4 drama. Sodium Chloride 2 mams, riose-ivayioin z drams (pack ?T -Jv""15 r ower water 2 ozs., Kose-Water 8 ozs, MIk. and apply two or three times dally as a face wash, permitting it to dry on the face. Header: Excessive perspiration un der the arms can be r.ll.v.fl k 1 . - tng morning and night with a pint of .a.iiu waier 10 wnicn naa been added a level teaannnnfiil n f iniiuntio vi lane Powder; but, to cure, the only sure method is to bathe the entire body once daily and keep the bowel active. The perspiration should not be checked al logeiner. Mrs. E. F.: Your stomach trouble Is due to an excess of acid causing much gas, rumbling, headache, sour risings, etc., especially after eating acid fruits, etc. Take Tablets Triopeptine as per directions acompanying sealed package. Also take Vt teaspoonful of Sodium Phosphate in water after each meal. If constipated, fake 3-graln Tablets Sulpherb. put ud In sealed tubes. Never take a substitute for anything I pre scribe. Man: Your description Indicates that your blood is poorly circulated and your main trouble is pruritls and (itch ing piles) The only reliable treatment Is as follows: Mix Hyposulphite of Soda 2 ozs.. Antiseptic Vilane Powder 2 ozs. Add a teaspoonful to a pint of warm water and wash the parts thoroughly with it twice daily, after which apply the following ointment: Carbolic Acid 40 minims. Citrine Ointment 1 ox., Pose Kay loin 24 drams. Ianolin 1 oz. Mix, and apply twice daily. Continue until cured. To improve the circulation, take a teaspoonful 3 to S times daily of the following: Tincture Hamamelia 2 ozs.. Tincture Cadomene Comp. 1 oz.. Aro matic Syrup Tthurbarb 3 ozs. Mix. Rose: I do not know the formula you refer to. An excellent and reliable stain for the hair which Is not harm ful, but beneficial as a hair tonic, fol lows: Take six heaping tablespoonfuls of coffee and boil it in 3 pints of water until reduced by evaporation to 1 quart Strain thoroughly, let cool and then add one ounce of -Vilane Powder. Shake and dampen the hair twice dally. By making the coffee stronger or weaker, you can make any shade you desire. The odor of coffee is lost by long boil ing. Mabel: Use same treatment as "Anna E. Eve Sufferer: That which you de scribe is known as a stye on the eye lids. Absorptice treatment will re move It before It breaks. Apply three or four times daily th- following oint ment: Bed Iodide of Mercury 4 grains, Ttoee-Kayloln 2 drams (package). White Vaseline 3 ozs. Mix. Kor gran ulated eyelids, bathe the eyes every two hours with a weak solution of An tiseptic Vilane Powder. Use a level teapoonful of the powder to a pint of warm, soft water. Hopeful: Your questions and symp toms have been answered and explained jwveral times heretofore in thes col umns, but as they may have escaped your attention I will repeat my advice, as I have for many others. If you had bowels: Kl Ext. Mandrake 3 drams, my prescription filled and the" druggist Aromatic Kl Cascara 1 OZ-. Comp. fas fence Cardiol 1 oz.. Aromatic Syrup Rhurbarb 4 ozs. Mix three or four doses dailv. After three weeks alter nate and take the following as a pow erful tonic to improve the circulation: Comp. Syrup Hypophosphites 5 ozs.. Tincture Cadomene Comp. 1 oz. (not Cardamon. - - This eotirs of treatment should be continued until entirely .relieved. Anxious: You ask for a preparation to remove freckles (and tan J.- I don't persuadwi you to substitute something "just as good" for the Glycol-Arbolene, how could you expect results? Never permit a druggist to substitute any thing for the reliable concentrated drugs which I prescribe. The correct formula for reducing fat 5 to 7 pounds a week Is; Fl. Ext. Blad derwrack H oz-. Glycol-Arbolene 1 ox.. Aromatic, Elixir as. Mix. Shake well, and for the first three days take a teaspoonful after each meal, and taerealtr Jacre5e to two, leajoonful. i evening will be spent socially and In dressing dolls for the free kinder garten. The following members will be present: The Misses Ethelyn Smith, Ruth Lefler. Madeline William son. Mable Winters, Edith Baldwin. Elisabeth Sampson. Agnea Medsker. Elizabeth Klein, Luella Morrison. Kathryn Morrison, Mary Quick. Ed win a Home, Luclle Milligan, Mary Bishop, Helen Bowman and Harriet Bowman. Muncie Press. 0 js J DINNER PARTRY. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner gave a beautifully appointed dinner party Sunday at their pretty country horn north of the city. The dining room was attractively appointed with palms and ferns. Pink and white carnations were used in appointing the table. An elegant dinner in several courses waa served, turkey being included in the menu. Just before tbe last coursa was served the guests were blind folded and then asked to draw a pig.. The best "picture was made' by Mr. Smelser and he was given the favor, which was a china pig. This contest1 occasioned much merriment Places were arranged at the table for Mr. and Mrs. Smelser ot Liberty,, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clements,, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Shreeve, Mr. and Mrs. -War ren J. Sharer and Mrs. C. F. Long or Bethel, Indiana. , n J J J GUESTS AT NEW CASTLE. Mrs. I. N. Falls of Cambridge City and Mrs. Glen Beeson of Richmond are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rummel today. New Castle Courier. J J J K G U EST AT N EW CASTLE. Mr. C. E. Kinder of this city was in New Castle yesterday the guest of W. A. Beall, proprietor of the "Hotel Bundy. HOUSE WARMING. Mr. and Mrs. William Gross gave a house warming ' Sunday at their new home in West Richmond. The table was loaded with good things to eat. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Oel, Mr. and Mrs. George Oel, Jr., and children, Guy and Bernice. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Long. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gross. Katie Snell. Paul ine Miller, Mildred Bymaster, Mar guerite Gross, Herbert Weisbrod, Voss Apparius, Will Jeffries, and Mr. and Mrs. William Gross. The center of the dining table was adorned with a beau tifully decorated birthday cake sur rounded by lighted candles. The af fair was also given to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Bernice Oel, The guests departed at, a late hour thanking the host and hostess for their hospitality. js js jt ' MAUD POWELL. There Is something splendid In store for music lovers at Maud Pow ell's recital on Monday evening, De cember 19, when she will draw her bow at the Murray theater. Maud Powell has never learned to pose, or possibly she knows how, but declines to work at It. She is so na tural and unspoiled that cynical peo ple must Instantly be disarmed. She talks music with rare understanding, but she discourses on a wide variety of topics equally as well. It Is a treat to meet a musician who gets out ot the shop occasionally and that Is why all who come to know in private life this really great violinist must be predisposed in her favor ' from the very outset. Those who follow the trend ot musi cal affairs know that Maud Powell Is the superior by many points of any American violinist Her work stands for itself and has won the plaudits of tbe most critical wherever she has appeared. In England, continental Eu rope and her own country she has been voted a great artist, and it is easy to understand why. Her methods are absolutely devoid of sensational ism. She plays the violin as birds sing. It is in her and whatever of cul tivation her art has been subjected to has not turned her genius awry as so commonly happens. It is Interesting to note that the violin upon which she will play dates from 1775. when it was made . by Joannes Baptista Guadagninl In Tur in, Italy. It seems a safe prediction that those who attend the concert will discover that Maud Powell and her fiddle are a musical combination worthy of the highest consideration. She is an artist who need ask no concessions from the foremost mas ters of the time and withal a line gen uine American woman who Is doing yoeman service in maintaining the musical standard of her country. Mme. i-oweli will be assisted by Waldemar Liachowsky, the German pianist j$ : jl jS LEFT TODAY. Miss Katie Snell left today for An tioch, California, after a three months visit with relatives and friends in this city. : fcs? EXPECTED HOME Mrs. Cleveland K. Chase, who has been In Europe for some time is ex pected home this month. Jt j j TO MEET THIS EVENING. The Young Ladies' Mission circle of the First Christian church will meet this evening with Miss Eva Lamb, 1025 Sheridan street. All members are asked to be present Fresh supply Mrs. Austins Famons Buckwheat Flour at all grocers.