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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDA'l , NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
PAGE FIVE. Social Side of Life Edited by ELIZABETH R. THOMAS Phone 1121 before 11:30 In order to ins ure publication in the Evening Edition A LITTLE TRUTH. They say the world is round and yet I often think' it square, So many little hurts we get from From corners here and there; But one sad truth in life I've found While Journeying East and West. The only folks we really wound Are the ones we love the best. We flatter those we scarcely know, We please the fleeting guest, And deal full many a thoughtless blow To those who love us best. Blind solemnly pledge will be used to purchase a home for our aged and helpless blind women and to estab lish an employment bureau for those who are able to labor. NO BETTER WAY TO BREAK A BAD COLD. r The moat erffective and harmless j way to cure the Grippe or break a se- j vere cold, either in the head, che6t, ! back, stomach or limbs, is a dose of Pape's Cold Compound every two i hours until three consecutive doses are taken. You will distinctly feel the cold breaking and all grippe symptoms go ing after the very first dose. It promptly relieves the most miserable head and nose i Send all donations to the Union Trust company. John If. Hollidav. headache, dullness president and help to bring sunshine ! fetuffed up, feverishness, sneezing, sore i into the lives of your blind sisters, j throat, running of the nose, soreness, The Indiana AsBOciation of Blind stiffness and rheumatic aching. Women, by Take this harmless Compound as TO BE MARRIED. Friends in this city will be interest ed In the announcement of the engage ment of Mr. William Wllkie, Jr.. of Buffalo, New York to Miss Martha Meyn of Hammond, Indiana. The bride-elect is well known here as she formerly attended Earlham college. The wedding will be celebrated Thanksgiving afternoon at four thir ty o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, in Glen Dale park. Hammond, Indiana. Misses I-enora and Viola Wlckemeyer will leave next week to attend the wedding. Since leaving Earlham Miss Meyn has visited In this city several times at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wlcke meyer In South Eighth street. BABY DAUGHTER. Announcement of the birth of a daughter born November the third to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Needham of Los Angeles, California, has been received by local relatives. Mr. and Mm. Need ham were former well known residents of this city. Emma M'Kinsey, Mattie Evans, Miranda Pribble, Directors. I, George S. Wilson, Supt. School for Blind of Indiana recommend these women to the people of Indiana. directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world, which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other as sistance or bad after-effects as a 25-f-ent package of Pape's Cold Com- I heartily indorse the purpoaes of I Pund, which any druggist in the the above appeal and hope that they may be crowned with success. Thos. R. Marshall, Governor of the State of Indiana and president of the State Board of Charities. ENTERTAINED FOR MISS LAHMAN. world can supply. After three years' research we have conclusively demonstrated that qui nine is not effective in the treatment of colds or grippe. ed club. But every club member ought to own one, and the correspon- Miss Stella Johnson, 425 South 'ding secretary, Mrs. Howell V. Parry Ninth street, entertained last evening of Crownpoint is now ready to take for Miss Leona I-ahman who is to be j orders for them at 25 cents a copy. No married November twenty-second to one who is interested tn federation Mr. Jesse Heath. Games and music j work can afford to be without this val were the features of the evening. An j uable reference book dealing with the elaborate lunch was served, the colors i clubs of our state and the activities of being carried out In red and white, the Indiana Federation. Those who The guests were the Misses Ilo Wolfe, have not formed the "year-book-habit" Louise Schroeder, Lena Vosmeyer. j have no idea how indispensable this Mary Cook, Alice Bussen, Clara j little blue volume may become; no Schwegman. Nora McNeills, Edna and room in the house seems complete Irene Johnson, Mrs. John Strieker, without it, and with the exception of and Miss Lola Schneider from Sidney, Ohio. MARRIED THIS EVENING. The wedding of Mr. Charles Mann Morgan, of Indianapolis, son of Mr. and Mr. Charles Morgan of North Tenth street, and Miss Bessie Llghthipe, will be celebrated this evening at eight o'clock in the St. BIRTHDAY PARTY. On Sunday Mr. F. R. McFail planned and carried into effect a birthday sur prise upon his wife. When they re turned from church the home was well one's purse it is the most important equipment of one's hand bag. Indi anapolis Star. Luke's church in Montclair, New Jer-ltwo daughters, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. sey. Mrs.' Allan Lennox, a sister of the bride will be the matron of honor. The best man will be Mr. Rudolph G. Leeds. The usbera will be Mr. Jack Llghthipe, a brother of the bride, Mr. Allan Lennox, Mr. Wiles Elder of East Orange,a former resident of Richmond and an intimate friend of the groom, and Mr. G. Logan Payne. After the ceremony the bride and groom to be will leave for the Bermuda Islands be fore returning to Indianapolis where they will take up a permanent resi dence. They expect to come to Rich mond for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Leeds and Miss Clara Morgan are the guests from this city, who have none to attend the affair. " ' EETS WEDNE8DAY. A i. .nig of the Helen Taft Sewing circle will be held Wednesday after noon with Mrs. Edward Savage at her home In North West First street. TO MOORESVILLE. Miss Edith Duke, of Lincoln street, went to Mooresville, Indiana today to visit with Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Pierce, former residents of this city. RECEPTION THIS EVENING. The reception will be given this eve ning In the Art Gallery in the high school instead of last evening as an nounced. The affair will be for the members of the association. The High School orchestra will play. ENTERTAINED FOR GUESTS. ' Last evening Mrs. H. H. Huntington entertained in a delightful manner at her home in North Twelfth street last evening compli menting Miss Margaret Curtis of Noblesvllle, Indiana and Miss Julia i -cber of Huntington, West Virginia. Bridge was played at three tables. The favors were given to Mrs. James Jud son and Mr. Wlckham Smith. A lunch eon was served after the game. The gueats were Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Elmyra, New York; Mr. and Mrs. James Judson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Druitt, Mrs. E. S. Curtiss, Miss Deeber, Miss Curtis, Mr. Levi Huntington, and Mr. 11. H. Huntington. A WORTHY CAUSE. The society editor received the fol lowing communication this morning asking that it be published at the earliest convenient time. To the charitably disposed citizens of Indiana: There are in the state of Indiana approximately 1,100 blind women. There is in the city of Indianapolis a school for the blind where pupils are given a high school education. There is also in Indianapolis a work-shop for blind men under the control of ten cl Miens and supported largely through the efforts of solicitors, but among all our institutions there is neither a home nor an employment bureau for blind women. We, therefore, ask the good people of this state, the churches, Sunday schools, missionary societies, lodges, clubs, Y. M. C. A. and W. C. T. U. associations, schools and all other organisations to make a Thanksgiving offering expressive of their gratitude to Almighty God for the blessing of eyesight, which we as honorable gradu ates of the Indiana School for the PARTY POSTPONED. The party which was to have been given Wednesday afternoon of this week at the Country club with Miss illed with guests and the dining room j Mary Gaar as hostess has been deferr table was loaded down with all the!d until Wednesday afternoon of next good things that appealed to any one j week. Miss Gaar will act as hostess at in possession of a good appetite. Those i this time. present aside from the McFail family were S. S. Harris and wife, J. S. Har ris and wife, Mrs. Fannie Land and CAME FOR WEDDING. Miss Mary Archer of Chicago who is here to attend the Cates-Gaar wed ding was a college friend of the bride- elect. Miss Mildred Gaar. Miss Archer Benton and two daughters and Miss Sophia McGinnls, of Indianapolis. All present were agreed that the innocent was among the guests at the charm victim might be spared to se many ! ing bridge party given yesterday af ternoon by Miss Myral Weeghman. An account of the affair appeared in Mon day's edition. more juBt such happy occasions. AID SOCIETY MEETING. An all-day meeting of the Ladies Aid society of the United Brethren church will be held Thursday at the church. VISITING HER AUNT. Miss Jessie Bell of Chicago is visit- Each member is requested to bring ing her aunt, Miss Lou Railsback of luncheon. The day will be spent at needlework and with quilting. VISITED HERE. Blaine Suits of Rising Sun, Ohio, Bpent a few days here visiting with friends and relatives. the Westcott block. MEETS TUESDAY. The executive committee of the In diana Federation will meet on Tues day of this week at the home of the president, Mtb. Felix T. McWhlrter, 2312 College avenue, and the principal business will be the arrangement of committees to carry on the work of the coming year. The new stationery has been ordered and will soon be ready. The correspondingsecr etary, Mrs. Howell V. Parry of Crownpoint, has charge of this. Mrs. Parry is also compiling the new club directory for the year book of 1911-1912, which will be Issued by the ex-recording secre tary, Mrs. Edwin A. Knapp, now of Parkville, Mo. It is a great labor to prepare a year book, and it ought to be in the hands of the clubs as early as possible to facilitate the work of the federation. This year book will contain a full account of the Indiana polls convention, with the addresses, reports, eac. All those who took part and who did not leave their reports with one of. the secretaries are there fore urged to send the same to Mrs. Knapp at once. Year books are sent to all officers, beads of departments and committees, and to the president and federation secretary for where there is no such officer, to the corres ponding secretary, of each federat- GIVEN FAVORS. The favors at the bridge given yes terday afternoon by Miss Myral Weeghman at her home in South Six teenth street as a courtesy to Miss Mary Dickinson, a bride of next month were given to Miss Dickinson, Miss Mildred Gaar, Mrs. Wilbur Hib berd and Miss Ruth Mashmeyer. SUPPER WEDNESDAY. The members of the Protected Home circle are planning on a pleasant time tomorroy evening in their lodge room, corner Ninth and Main, Red Men's hall, an oyster supper and social event will be given for the members and their friends. A. E. Jones, District Deputy of Marion, Ind., will be present and wishes to meet all the members and their friends; also al those who belonged to the order previous, and a contest for membership will be offered and special inducements will be given to all worthy applicants to become members of the order before the con test closes December 15th. Richmond circle stands a good chance of winning one of the supreme prizes for member ship with little effort, and the district deputy will render all assistance to help the local circle win. HAS RETURNED. Mrs. Pearl Maple has returned to her home in Converse, Indiana, after visiting in this city for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stevenson, corner North Seventeenth and J. streets. la Grows hair and w we can prove it Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus trous and Beautiful Immediately After a Danderine Hair Cleanse WATCH FOR THE X BALLOON 9 Paris Cloak & Suit Co. I Correct Dress for Women 533 Main Street Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff A little Danderine row will immediately double the beauty of your hair No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small strand at a rime. The effect is immediate and amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wary and have an appearance of abun dance an incomparable lustre, softness and luxu riance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health, Try as you will after an application of Danderine, you cannot find a single trace of dandruff or a loose or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most will be after a few week's use when you will actually see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair' sprouting all over the scalp. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its life producing properties cause the hair to grow abun dantly long, strong and beautiful. Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and prove to yourself tonight now that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment that's all you surely can hart beautiful hair and lots of it if you will just try a little Danderine. Real surprise awaits you. 4 (GLAD RAGS 99 With Low Price Tags Make "Glad Hearts' Children's Day on Saturday in the Cloak Room at The Mashmeyer Store was a big success not alone for the children, but the parents also. Because Why The children got coats warm and pretty. The parents pleased the child, spared the purse. TUnere's More fto Folow 99 Another Shipment of Those Splendid CMIILOIRIEM'S COATS Enough for Everybody. CHILDREN'S WEEK AX THE MASHMEYER STORE The Same Splendid Caracul Coats for Children, 3, 4, 5 and 6 yrs. old, worth $3, this week at BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22. THE SAME $4.00 CHILDREN'S CARACUL COATS, SIZES 7, 8 AND 9, AT READ DESCRIPTIONS FOLLOWING: Children's Black Caracul Coats In sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6. Made of splendid Caracul cloth, lined with good satine, double breasted, with six jeweled hammered brass buttons, medallion trimmed cuffs and collars, coat buttons up close at the neck. When we say they were made to sell at $3.00 we tell the truth. Don't overlook this opportunity. Buy one of these bargains. Children's Cara cul Coats, worth ?3.00, at mo One Dollar and Fifty Cents Bargain No. 2 For Children a Little Older Sizes 7, 8 and 9. Every garment made of an excellent grade of Caracul and "curly" Astra chan, not a coat in this lot made to sell at less than $3.50 to $4.00. During Children's Week we sell these at We've a Big Bargain for the Juniors (Those misses of 13, 15 and 17 winters). This means a genuine Dobson make SILK PLUSH COAT. You can buy if you so desire at Children's Week, Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 22 FOR THE LADIES' DURING CHILDREN'S WEEK THE MASHMEYER STORE OFFERS GENUINE "DOBSON" SILK PLUSH CLOAKS, 54 inches long, a splendid fitting, full made garment, not a stingy maker, not afraid to use plush enough to make this cloak fit right, look right, be right, (sizes 16 age to 44 bust measure). CHILDREN'S WEEK for these Ladies' good "DOBSON MAKE" PLUSH COATS is Come to the w Children's Week" Cloak Sale Beginning Wednesday, November 22 Choice of ladies' Suits worth up to $25, now Not a suit reserved. iJMIEYIEM 8th and Main stok 8th and Main Where All Cars Stop CHILDREN'S WEEK IN OUR CLOAK ROOM BEGINNING WEDNESDAY NOV. 22 i