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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1911..
Social Side of Life
Edited by ELIZABETH R. THOMAS
Plum 1121 before 11:30 In order to insure publication in the Evening Edition
The party given last evening at the
Country club by the members of the
October social committee composed of
Mrs. James Carr, chairman, Mrs. S. E.
Swayne, Mrs. Frank Lackey and Mrs.
Charles Shiveley surpassed anything
of the kind ever given at the club.
This was the annual Hallowe'en party
and the club house was appropriately
decorated for the occasion. One of the
features of the evening was popping
corn and roasting chestnuts before
the huge f re place. The lights for the
rooms were furnished by the means of
candles placed In pumpkin shades. The
glow from these throwing a pretty
light on the guests.Dancing was also
a feature of the evening and began at
about eight thirty o'clock. Piano,
drums and violin furnished the dance
music. The dining room where refresh
ments, consisting of ginger bread,
pumpkin pie and other good things to
eat were served, was at
tractively decorated. Black Cats
Jack-o-Lanterns, with pumpkins,
cornstalks and such embellishments
were used in appointing the room. In
one corner was placed a large keg
filled with cider. The affair was in the
nature of an old fashioned party. Much
credit la due the committee for the
success of this event.
Misses Hazel and Elizabeth Steven
son gave a very pretty Hallowe'en
party last evening at their home in
South Fifteenth street. Weird decor
ations consisting of black cats and
pumpkin faces made the rooms most
attractive. The guests numbered sev
enteen. The evening was spent soc
ially and with games and music. A
delicious luncheon was served, appro
priate to Hallowe'en, at the close of
the evening's pleasures.
A hay ride will be participated In
Monday evening by the members of
the Beta Phi Sigma fraternity and
their friends to the pleasant country
home of Lyman Wine, northeast of
'Marion. The wagons will leave the
chapter house at Sixth and Adams
streets at 6:30 o'clock and the com
mittee In charge is composed of Will
ard Grlest and Lyman Wine. Marion
Last evening at the Pythian Temple
an entertainment was given for the
members of the lodge. Among the
pleasing numbers of the program were
the solos rendered by Mr. Charles
A business meeting of the Ladies
Aid society of the United Brethren
church will be held Thursday after
noon in the church parlors. A por
tion of the time will be spent quilting.
Mrs. Will Klopp will be hostess
Thursday for a meeting of the Ladies
Aid society of the Second English
Lutheran church at her home, 424
West Main street. The day will be
devoted to needlework.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hornaday enter
tained with a Hallowe'en supper last
evening at their home in South Fif
teenth street. The table was beauti
fully appointed with decorations ap
propriate to Hallowe'en. Supper in
several courses was served. The
guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Murray, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Zeek, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Ross, Master Donald Murray and Miss
The Ladles Aid Society of the First
English Lutheran church will meet
Thursday afternoon in the church par
lors for work.
MISS DjNQLEY GRADUATES.
Miss JCdlth Dlngley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Dlngley of this city,
graduated from the nurses training
school at the Plqua (Ohio) Memorial
Why Should I Use
M There is nothing the matter
with my skin, and I thought
Cuticura Soap was only for skin
troubles." True, it is for skin
troubles, but its great mission is
to prtvent skin troubles. For
more than a generation its deli
cate emollient and prophylactic
properties have rendered it the
Standard for this purpose, while
its extreme purity and refreshing
fragrance give to it all the advan
tages of the best of toilet soaps.
It is also invaluable in keeping
the hands soft and white, the hair
live and glossy, and the scalp
free from dandruff and irritation.
While its first cost is a few cents
more than that of ordinary toilet
soaps, it is prepared with such care
and of such materials, that it wears
to a wafer, often outlasting several
cakes of other soap, and making
its use, in practice, most econoni.
ical. Cuticura Soap is sold by
druggists and dealers everywhere,
but the truth of these claims may
be demonstrated without cost by
sending to "Cuticura," Dept. M,
Boston, for a liberal sample
cake, together with a thirty-two-page
book on the skin and hair.
hospital on Tuesday. She has accepted
the position of night superintendent.
Col. Orr of Piqua, who is well known
in this city, having several invest
ments here recently gave to the hospi
tal a nurses' home.
TO VISIT HERE.
Mrs. Samina Lohnes of Los Angeles,
California, will come the latter part
of the week to visit with Mrs. Eliza
beth Jeffries and Mrs. Chenoweth of
South A street.
WAS IN INDIANAPOLIS.
Mrs. Charles Jordan of East Main
street was the guest of Mrs. Don
Peden in Indianapolis yesterday. Mrs.
Peden was formerly Miss Marjorie
Mrs. Mary Lynde, a long time resi
dent of Richmond, has gone to
Chicago where she will take up a per
manent residence with her son, Mr. H.
AUTO EXPERT IN PERIL
The great automobile industry which
is the marvel of the twentieth century
has been developed at a terrible cost
of human energy.
The well-known automobile engineer
of New York City, C. M. Archer, had a
very trying experience which he re
lates in a letter as follows: "As a re
sult of overwork in my profession my
health became broken down a year
ago. This grew worse and I became
very weak and nervous. Then I began
to take Vinol and now I am strong and
"Vinol has certainly worked a mira
cle in my case. It is the greatest body
builder I have ever Been and nothing
equals it. You may publish this for
the benefit of every man and woman
who wants to know the way back to
health and strength."
There are many overworked men
and women in this town who ought to
take Vinol right now and recover
their health and strength while they
can. Do not delay another day. We
guarantee Vinol to do you good and
give back your money if it does not.
Leo. H. Fihe, Druggist, Richmond, Ind.
GUESTS AT MURRAY.
Miss Ruth Marlatt entertained sev
eral guests last evening with a theater
party at the Murray. After the
theater they went to the Marlatt home
in North Ninth street where Hallow
e'en refreshments were served.
At eight o'clock this evening a Home
talent entertainment will be given at
the First Christian church under the
auspices of the East End Aid society.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend. Only a small admission fee will
A masquerade Hallowe'en social will
be held at the home of Mrs. George
Ellis on West Fifth street this even
ing. The public is Invited, according to
an announcement which was made at
the Third M. E. Sunday school on Sun
The Fairview Young People's Club
enjoyed a hayride to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Eubank, north of the
city on Tuesday evening. There were
fifteen in the crowd.
The Fairview Dancing Club has is
sued invitations to the members to at
tend the masquerade dance to be held
tomorrow evening at the dancing hall
on School street.
MR. REECE ROST.
Last evening Mr. William Reece en
tertained several of his friends with a
Hallowe'en party at his home in North
Thirteenth street. The evening was
spent socially and with games. A
luncheon was served. The guests were
Miss Mary Williams, Miss Katherine
Locier, Miss Vera Pfafflin, Mr. Clan
ence Coll, Mr. Don Milllkan and Mr.
William Reece. Miss Redea Reece cha
peroned the party.
HAY RIDE PARTY. V
The following young people formed
a hay ride party to Williamsburg last
evening and enjoyed a dance which
was given in the K. of P. Hall at that
place. The guests were Miss Hazel
Skinner, Miss Sylvia Muffet, Miss Kel
ley, Miss Henrietta Yorkan, Miss Inez
Braden, Miss Blanche De Armond,
Miss Marie Rockhill, Miss Alice
Howes, Mr. Whltesell. Mr. Herschel
Fuller, Mr. Will Bond, Mr. Dale Car
ver, Mr. Frank Carver, Mr. Harry
Smith, Mr. JIarry Pitman, Mr. Paul
Hoffman, Mr. Robert Henderson, Mr.
Warren Henderson. Mrs. Frank Carver
chaperoned the party.
The Woman's Aid society of the
Reid Memorial Hospital will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ger
trude Henley instead of meeting with
Mrs. Eugene Price.
Misses Elizabeth and Wilbur Hase
metrer gave a pretty Hallowe'en party
last evening at their home in South
Twentyflrst street. The evening was
spent socially and with games and mu
sic. The guests were Misses Alice
Kamp, Alice Hawekotte, Marie Weber,
Lena Burkhardt, Josephine Burkhardt,
Imo Ikenberry, Elsie Thomas, Dorothy
McMullen, Elizabeth and Marguerite
Hasemeier; Messrs. Howard Miller,
Thomas Sellg, Robert Wiechman, Wil
bur Hasemeier, Gus Hoelcher, Ed.
Newman, Rheinhold Burkhardt, Wil
liard Wallace, Voil Martindale.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Kauffman entertained In a charming
manner at their home in South Twen
tyflrst street. The affair was in the na
ture of a Hallowe'en party. The even
ing was spent playing Hearts. There
were guests invited to fill four tables.
The favors were given to Mr. Rudolph
Hill, and Miss Ada Kelly. All the deco
rations were appropriate to Hallow
e'en. Late in the evening and at the
close of the affair a luncheon was ser
ved. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Trump, Mr. Ralph Cain, Miss
Ruby Lemon. Miss Ruby Kelly, Mr.
Gus Hafner, Miss Ada Kelly, Mr. Earl
Kessler. Mr. Rudolph Hill, Miss Ruth
Peltz. Mr. Myron Hill, Miss Esther
Hill. Miss Lucile Polglase and Mr. Roy
Miss Esther Hill of East Main street
went to Eaton. Ohio, this morning
where she will spend the remainder of
A delightful social event for last
evening was the attice party given by
Mrs. Raymond Wehrley, Miss Maud
Buckingham, Miss Vira Benton and
Miss Frank Cammack at the home of
Miss Cammack in South Nineteenth
street. The guests were entertained
In the attic which had been appropri
Weeghman and Miss Edna McGuire.
Miss Ruth Mashmeyer was given the
favor. Late in the afternoon a lunch
eon was served. The next meeting
will be held with Miss Florence Mc
Guire at her home in East Main
A surprise party was given yester
day on Mrs. Frank Shissler at her
home in celebration of her birthday
anniversary. The time was spent
socially and with games and music.
Refreshments were served. The guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aiken, Mr.
and Mrs. Weseman, Mr. and Mrs.
Mikesall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ford. Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Marlatt, Misses Edna
and Hilda Marlatt, Miss Camilla Black
and Miss Lorene Shissler.
furnished the dance music. On the
piano were plaved pumpkin faces
lighted with candles. Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Lichtenfels, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Roser, and Mrs. Charles Kolp were
the chaperones. Many guests were
present from Cambridge City, Con
nersville, and other nearby towns.
Dancing began at nine o'clock and
continued until the "wee sma hours"
of the morning. About one hundred
persons enjoyed the affair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thatcher enter
tained last evening with a theater
party and supper for Mrs. Mary Crane
and Mrs. Alice Niederlander, of Mld
dletown, Ohio, who are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Hallo well.
"VOGUE" OF NEW YORK
Says: "The nicest possible shampoo is
Mrs. Mason's Old English. It is com
posed of the extract of strengthening
hf-rbs as well as cleansing substances."
It keeps the scalp clean and healthy,
makes the hair nctlve and strong. 25c.
Leo. H. Fihe and other druggists.
ately decorated for the occasion. Jack-o-lanterns
furnished the only light and
a weird glow was cast about through
out the rooms by this means. Yellow
and black was the color scheme used
in all the appointments. A luncheon
Miss Clara Neuchter will entertain
Friday evening at her home in South
E street with an informal party.
GIVEN A SURPRISE.
Mr. Elmer Ford was given a pleas
ant fcu; prise last evening at his home
in North Sixteenth street last evening
by a large number of his friends who
called to assist him in celebrating
his birthday anniversary. The eevn
ing was spent socially and with games
and music. A luncheon was served.
Mr. Paul McCarty gave a masquer
ade Hallowe'en party last evening at
his home in South Twentieth and A
streets. The house was arranged
throughout with decorations appropri
ate to Hallowe'en. A delicious lunch
eon was served. The guests were
Misses Bertha Watterman, Cornelia
Border, Irene Scott, Mary Crump, Re
gina Broderick, Miriam Eichholtz,
Elizabeth Shriber, Rida Harvey, Agnes
Hamilton. Kathleen Broerman, Alice
McManus, Nelly Gordon, Louise Alex
ander. Ruby Kavanaugh, and Messrs.
Darrel Harvey, Clarence Geyer, Jer
ome Maley, Leonard Connerton, Lloyd
Hamilton, Julian McCarty, JuPtin Mc
Carthy, Adolph Getz, Carl Schwerman,
Joseph Stine, Elmer Isserman, Frank
Kiser, Lawrence Kiser and Harry
The members of the Boston Uni
versalist church will give an oyster
supper Saturday evening at the
church. The public is cordially invit
ed to attend.
Miss Rose Gennett was hostess
Tuesday afternoon for a meeting of a
bridge club at her home in East Main
street, there were several guests for
the afternoon. Bridge was played at
several tables. The guests were Mrs.
Wilbur Hibberd, Mrs. Frances Corwin,
Mrs. Clarence Gennett, Miss Myral
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and. Blood Disease
Doctors Failed to Cure.
MIsa Mabel F. Dawklns, 1214 Lafay
ette St., Fort Wayne, Ind., writes:
"For three years I was troubled with
catarrh and blood disease. I tried sev
eral doctors and a dozen different rem
edies, but none of them did me any
good. A friend told me of Hood's Sar
ea pari 11a. I took two bottles of this
medicine and was as well and strong
as ever. I feel like a different person
and recommend Hood's to any one suf
fering from catarrh."
Get it today In usual liquid form er
chocolated tablets called 8arsatab;
PHI DELTA KAPPA DANCE.
Among the many charming social
events for last evening was the an
nual Hallowe'en dance given by the
members of the Phi Delta Kappa fra
ternity in the Odd Fellows Hall.
Black and red the "frat" colors and
which by the way were very appro
priate for Hallowe'en were used
In decorating the hall. Hick's orches
tra, which was screened in at the south
end of the hall by palms and ferns
Mr. Will Schultz was pleasantly sur
prised last evening by a number of
friends at his home in South Second
street. The affair was arranged for
by Mrs. William Schultz. The house
was artistically decorated with Hal
lowe'en designs. The evening was
spent socially and with games and
music. A general good time was en
joyed by all. At a late hour luncheon
was served. The guests came masked
and much enjoyment and many laughs
were had over the grotesque cos
tumes worn by the guests. Those
enjoying the affair were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Piehl, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Heashe, Mr. and Mrs. Dainiel Scherb,
Mr. and Mrs. William Jones, Mrs.
Mary Stanley, Mrs. Margaret Pitman,
Mrs. Eliza Scherb, Mrs. Ella Berg,
Miss Madge King, Miss Irene Hickey,
Miss Jessie Scherb, Miss Katherine
Scherb, Mrs. Katherine Rhodes, Mr.
Wilfred Land, Mr. Lester Smith, Miss
Dora Gifford and Miss Helen Rhodes.
Sixteenth street. The table was at
tractively decorated appropriate to
Hallowe'en. This hostess was assist
ed by Miss Helen Jameson. Miss
Elaine Jones served the second course
of the dinner at her home In South
Fourteenth street. For the final
course Miss Lucy Smyser was hostess
at her pretty home in North Fifteenth :
street. After dinner the evening was
spent socially and with games. Those
enjoying this charming affair were;
Miss Jameson, Miss 8h reeve, Miaai
Smyser, Miss Jones, Mr. Robert Crane,
Mr. Frank Wissler. Mr. Grant Fry, and
Mr. Everett McConaha.
An attractive feature of Tuesday's
social schedule was the progressive
dinner party which had been arranged
for by several hostesses. The first
course of the dinner was served at the
home of Miss Arline Shreeve in South
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The Dance at the COLISEUM
Thursday Evening;, Nov. 2nd
GIVEN BY THE
RICHMOND CITY BAND
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS; EXTRA LADIES, 25c.
You've heard of the Department of Agricul
They test food values.
Read Bulletin No. 142.
It says white flour has more available protein
(energy) than any other single ration.
Washburn-Crosby's GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
Is the best white flour.
ALL GROCERS SELLING BUY NOW
Friday morning we put on sale 226 11-inch German China
Salad Bowls, fine and light, made by the famous R. S. Pot
teries, each piece stamped, choice of 25 beautiful decorations.
This is a dollar item. See them in the window. Limit, one
to a customer. These will not last long. Be in early.
3 On Sale Until Sold 49c
If you desire the very best to be bad at the lowest price
consistent with quality and style, you will not waste time
and energy by looking through our superior line.
New (Goodls toy
See the Windows
6-inch opening, 7 inches high 98c
8-inch opening, 8 inches high $1.48
10-inch opening, 10 inches high ..$1.98
12-inch opening, 12 inches high . . .$3.48
15-inch opening, 13 inches high . . .$4.98
All solid brass, hand hammered, with
3 ball feet
16 pieces 19 inch fancy Silks, stripes
and plaids, all choice and new, 75c
and fl.00 goods, choice for 59c
. Lot-No. 2-69c
29 pieces 19 and 26 inch Silks for
waists, one-piece dresses and suits,
checks, stripes and plaids, goods
worth up to $1.25. choice for 69c
Lot No. 3 98c
14 pieces beautiful WaJstings, plaids,
Roman stripes, Persians, etc., in Taf
fetas and Messa lines, $1.50 and $1.75
goods, choice 98c
28. 30 and 32 inch, first quality real
human hair Switches in all the good
shades, $5 00 value, choice. .. .$2 75
16 Cluster Puffs, regular $1.50 value,
D. M. C Colton
Small skeins Emb. Floss, all colors,
at 5c; 6 for 25c
Crochet Cotton, white only, numbers
1 to 30, per ball 10c
30 to 100, per ball ,15c
Large balls Colored or White for cro
Large Skeins Noa. 3 and 5 .40c
21 Sheets of Paper, 24 Envelopes, 10c
Put up In fancy box
Bear in mind we carry one of the
largest stocks of popular and me
dium priced underwear in Eastern
Indiana. Bring your memoran
dums for underwear here." We will
save you money and give you under