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THE RICHMOND PA LLADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1011.
Social Side of Life
Edited by ELIZABETH R. THOMAS
Phone 1121 before 11:30 in order to insure publication in the Evening Edition
A "Cure" For
en by Miss Imd Eikenberry, vocalist,
and Miss Ruth Peltz, pianist. Miss
Virginia Thomas led the "Current Ev
ents." Mr. E. G. Howard led the dis
cussion which followed. The house
was beautifully decorated throughout
with Christmas bells, holly and other
decorations appropriate to the Yule
tide. In the dining room red candles
capped with pretty shades were used
in appointing the table. Those who
composed the social committee were
Elva Harris, Rev. E. G. Howard, Mrs.
Laura Pille. Miss Alice Swain, and
Miss Effie Benning. There were sev
eral guests for the evening. Among
them were Miss Ruth Peltz, Miss Bar-
tel and Miss Myrtle Stone.
CHRISTMAS 18 COMING.
I dream the odor of the pine;
I see its branches, line on line.
Outspread betwixt the candles'
By love-gifts bowed -on Christmas
Oh! such a time comes not in vain,
But, like the harvest after rain,
Repays alike the doubt and hope
That through the pasi and future
I see the children's eager eyes
Turn opal as the sunset, skies:
I see their Hps part tremblingly
In wonder o'er the Christmas tree.
I hear the bell pour out their
Like angels' incense on he air;
1 seem to foci each heart that beats
With love toward cv'ry heart it
The church, the hearth, the lovers'
Seem flout ins in a flame divine
That ev'ry evil thing devours,
Yet llRhts with happiness the
Ah, me! If Christ left nothing else
But happiness like this, the wealth
Of expectation He devised
Must still bo prized, for aye be
John Irving I'earce, Jr.
season. Last summer tne varsity
Quartette was engaged in Chautauqua
work throughout the West, which is
sufficient testimony of their ability
The wide scope of the program
serves admirably to bring out the qual
ities and characteristics peculiar to a
A list of patrons and patronesses for
the affair will be given later. Anthony
V. Blake a reader of remakabie abil
ity will also assist. The program will
probably be as follows although it is
subject to change:
Invictus Bruns Huhn
The Rosary Ethelbert Nevin
The Shoogy-Shoo ..... Paul Ambrose
Crossing the Bar Crowley
Those Songs My Mother Used to
Sing H. Wakefield Smith
The above expression is one which
is used frequently in connection with
hair preparations. Just what is
meant by it in each instance is a ques
tion. Baldness is not a disease and
hence, does not permit of a cure. It
is a result invariably to be traced to
the dandruff germ and If the condition
has become chronic, that is, if there
is complete atrophy of the hair folli
cles, a "cure" is absolutely impossi
ble. Approaching baldness, seen in fall
ing hair, may always be checked and
if the. hair follicles are not atrophied
the hair may be induced again to grow.
This is accomplished by regular
applications of Newbro's Herpicide
which cleanses the scalp and kills the
dandruff germ. The destruction of the
germ does away with the accumula
tions of scarf skin and thus elimi
nates the most
The ball room will be beautifully deco-; tee in charge is L. A. Ault, Edward
rated with the Christmas greens and! Colston, Julius Fleischman, William
the Christmas timed.
Mrs. P. W. Smith was hostess Mon
day afternoon for a meeting of the
Magazine club at her home in East
Main street. Mrs. Philip S. Twiggr and
Miss Lillian Paige were the readers
for the afternoon. After the program
a social hour followed. The club meets
next Monday afternoon with Mrs. II.
H. Huntington, at her home in North
Twelfth street. Mrs. Druitt will be
the reader for this session.
M. Greene, William T. Irwin. M. E. In
galls, , Nicholas Longworth, Lawrence
Maxwell, P. Lincoln Mitchell, J. S.
Scbmidlapp, M. M. Shoemaker and
Charles P. Taft.
The supper which was to have been
given Wednesday evening at
Grace church parsonage by Mr. Wil
liams' Sunday school has been deferr
ed one week on account of the death
of Mrs. T. A. Mott.
If youare troubled with chronic con
stipation, the mild and gentle effect of
Chamberlain's Tablets makes them es
pecially suited to your case. For sale
the by all dealers.
The Unity Club met at the home of1
The Home Missionary society
A (Permanent Cure Foe
Mrs. Harry Savage recently. Miss
Reynolds entertained the club by
reading. The members present were:
Mrs. Alice Fuller, Mrs. Martha Yore,
Mrs. Amos Ballenger, Mrs. Joe Lahr
man, Mrs. Frank Huffman, Mrs. Clem
Miller, Mrs. Albert Malnes, Mrs. Mich-
common enemy to'ael Banning, Mrs. Chas. Meyers, and
! Miss Cora Reynolds, Miss Tannie Mey-
Grace Methodist church will not meet
(this evening on account of the death
jof Mrs. T. A. Mott, a prominent mem
ber of the society.
! Invitations reading as follows were
! received today by several persons
Anthony F. Blanks
Vocal Solo Bandolero Stuart
Paul B. Parks
Piano Solo Selected
Ralph W. Wright
Soft, glossy, fluffy hair cannot grow jer was a guest of the club. Lunch was ; The pleasure 01 your company i
on a scalp infested with dandruff any served, Mrs. Savage being assisted by 1 requested at the Holiday Ball on Fn-
more than a delicate nlant can Erowtthe Misses Mever and Revnolds. I day evening,
December the twenty-
INVITATIONS FOR DANCE.
The social committee of the Beta
Phi Sigma fraternity having charge of
the arrangements for the annual ball
have issued the following invitations
Alpha Sigma Chapter, Beta Phi Sigma
requests your presence
Second Annual Dance
on Wednesday evening, the
twentyseventh of December
one thousand nine hundred and eleven
at eight thirty o'clock
Russell Smith Orchestra
One dollar and fifty cents.
This will be one of the most elabor
ate dancing parties of the Yule-tide.
Lovers of gpod music will be glad
to know that a joint concert of the
Ohio Wesleyan Musical clubs will be
given Friday evening, December the
twentysecond In the First Presbyter
ian church by the Ohio Wesleyan Uni
versity Glee club and the Varsity quar
tet. The Ohip Wesleyan Glee Club stands
in the foremost ranks of College Glee
Clubs. The men have been especially
trained by an experienced instructor
in the local Conservatory. As a result
their work is characterized by finish,
precision, vivacity, spontaneity, and at
the same time perfect blending and
The University Quartette has been
secured to accompany the Club this
College Do Luxe
Entire Glee Club
Time College Days
Place Alma Mater..
A veritable magnetic melange, a
maelstrom of music, mirth and
mummery, elucidating several
hitherto indissoluble educational
problems. It. includes in part
The Dumb Belle Waltz
A Burlesque on Gym
A String Bean
A Burlesque on Elocution
A Protest for Co-education
By a Fervent Swain
(a) Oh You Beautiful Doll
(b) In the Land of Harmony
(e) By the Old Mill Stream
(d) I'll be with You in Honey Suc
(e) Jungle Moon.
Good Night "En Masse"
on an ash heap. The scalp must be
kept clean and free from dandruff.
The best remedy for doing this is
Newbro's Hehpicide which receives
the highest endorsements from profes
sional men, the stage and the best
Herpicide is sold and guaranteed in
one dollar size bottles by all druggists
Applications obtained at all first-class
barber shops and hair dressing par
lors. Address The Herpicide Co., Dept. R.,
Detroit, Mich., enclosing 10c in post
age or silver for sample and booklet.
A. G. Luken & Co., Special Agents.
Mrs. George Ferling and son Mas
ter Robert Ferling of Indianapolis, are
in town for a few clays visit with Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Thomas of Kinsey
ninth at nine o'clock at the Hotel
Sinton, Cincinnati, Ohio. The commit-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doan and Mrs.
E. R. Beatty went to Cincinnati last
evening to hear Tetrrzzini in grand
; Although those mar dispute it who
' have not triad it. yet thousands of
j others, who speak from personal experi
i ence, assert that there is a permanent
I cure for chronic constipation. Some
i testify they were cured for as little as
i fifty cents, years ago. and that the
I trouble never came back on them, while
r others admit they took several bottles
' before a steady cure was brought about,
i The remedy referred to Is rr. Cald
t well's Svrup Pepsin. It has been on
' the market for over a quarter of a
i century and has been popularised on its
; merits, by one person tellinjr another,
i The fact that its strongest supporters
i are women and elderly people the ones
i most persistently constipated makes it
i certain that the claims resardinR it as
' a permanent cure for constipation have
i not been exaggerated.
I It Is not violent like cathartic pills.
salts or waters, but operates sently.
A GUEST HERE.
Mr. Henry Smith of Columbia City,
is visiting his brother, Mr. P. W.
Smith of Kast Main street.
The public is invited to
grams will be fifty cents.
The Bridge parties which have
been given Wednesday afternoon of
each week at the Country club have
been postponed until after Christmas.
There will be no party this week.
IS IN INDIANAPOLIS.
; Miss Ruby Wilson of South Four-
teenth street is in Indianapolis isiting
'with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henri Conde
i for a few days.
j ELABORATE BALL.
i The first elaborate social event of
the Mid-winter season for the Country
club will be the Christmas Ball to be
given Wednesday evening, December
the twentyseventh at the club House,
i The affair will begin at eight o'clock.
while you may ! The first
ticn U tn regulate the action
your sluggish bowels by early use of
Sold Ewywhere. In bexea 10c. end 2
without griping and without shock to
the system. It contains tonic proper
ties that strengthen the stomach and
bowel muscles so that In time medicines
of all kinds can be dispensed with and
nature is axain solely relied on.
Among- the lesions who testify to these
facts are J. B. Pearson. 1104 So. H St..
VII wood. Ind.. and Rachel CnmpbelL Lib
arty, lnd., and they always have a nottle
of it in the houne, for It Is a reliable
laxative for all the family from Infancy
to old ac.
Anvone wishing to make s trial of this
remedy before buying it in the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a Jarre bottle family else) can
have a sample bottle sent to the Dome
free of charge by simply addressing' Dr,
W. B. Caldwell. 405 Wi
on a postal card will do.
Tour name and addreae
Mr. Charles Ross of Boston, is in j ALLEN'S FOOTEASE
town Visiting his mother, Mrs. Ross of j rhe auuseptie imwuc-r to be shaken int.. the ihoea.
North Tenth Street i ,f y"u wa,lt rest " comfort for tired, aching,
! tw o li-n, sweating foot, use Allen' Foot-Ease. Ri--
"' I Iipvos corns and bunions of all pain and prevents
MEETS WEDNESDAY ( Witters, sore and callous spots, .li.ct t!ie tUnie f n
" , , 77 , t h ! ";i '!., ran-ut Wither shoes an! for
The Central Aid society of the lireakmsc in New Shoes. It i tt:e rem-t comfort
First Christian church will meet Wed- j XX.VJr
nesday afternoon at two thirty o'clock ! package, address Ai;eu s. ohuaed, Lo lioy, y.
with Mrs. J. P. Deartlorf, 500 South
Tenth street. All members are invited
to be prespnt.
ARE IN THIS COUNTRY.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Carr landed
Saturday and are expected home this
week. They spent their honeymoon in
A Saxaphone dance will be given
Wednesday evening, December the
thirteenth in the Odd Fellows' hall by
the Jones, Sherman and Davidson trio.
The affair will, begin at nine o'clock.
JONES, SHERMAN & DAWSON
DECEMBER 13th, 1911
ODD FELLOWS HALL
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One of the most delightful meetings
in the history of the Trifolium Liter
ary society of the FirBt English Lu
theran church was held last evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Romey in South Twelfth street. The
program was very interesting and
with a few changes was given the
same as in the year book. Miss Alma
Nolle gave an interesting account of
her travels through the east. This
was followed by musical numbers giv-
Laxative Bromo Quinine ifiL f f Jf
Cures a Cold in One Pay. Crip in 2 Days d 00jyV&
IN MILD WEATHER
Prepare for cold. It's coming, so don't be caught
napping. You will be prepared if you have a liber
al supply of JEWEL COAL in your bin. Better
phone us for a ton or two today.
HACKMAN. KLEHFOTH & CO.
South G St., Ret. 6th & 7th, Phones 2015 and 2016
Ten days remain for your Christmas shopping. Perhaps you are puzzled as to
"what to give." A visit to Knollenberg's Store will be a quick solution of your
Gift problems. We make a few appropriate gift suggestions here.
are sometimes given when one doesn't know what else to give; but one really should feel
no hesitancy about giving them as they are useful and when the quality is right, make
very pleasing gifts. We have a beautiful assortment of Gift Handkerchiefs for Men and
Women, but mention only a few items from this stock.
Men's Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, prices 15c, 25c, 50c each.
Men's Handkerchiefs, beautiful Holiday Boxes Various qualities and assortments, 3 in a box,
25c a box; 4 in a box, 50c a box; 6 in a box, 75c box; 4 in a box, guaranteed pure linen,
$1.00 a box.
Leather Cases containing 6 fine handkerchiefs, $1.50 case.
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, white and colors, 5c to 25c each.
White Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 10c to 75c each.
Our Ladies' Handkerchiefs range in price from 2 for 5c to $10.00 each.
Excellent values at popular prices 25c, 35c and 50c each.
Special 3 Hand-Embroidered Ladies' Handkerchiefs in a fine Xmas Box, $1.00.
Somnie OttHier Xinnias Snnggesttfioinis
The Xmas Nemo Corset, $4.00 value for $2.50, is selling
fast. These corsets have all the latest improvements,
and any woman will appreciate one as a gift. Put up
in pretty Christmas boxes.
leather, Velvet, Tapestry and Silver Mesh Bags are es
pecially desirable as gifts for women and girls. The
Velvet and Tapestry Bags are at the height of fashion.
Prices 50c to $15.00 each.
Smoking Jackets for Men. Let us explain how you can
get his measure so he'll never know it. Prices $5.00,
$7.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.00.
We have received another shipment of the Hand
etched Crystal Candlesticks. Be sure you get
your share this time. 25c each.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS
WHAT TO BUY Mi ?
The Problem Solved
Buy Him a Certificate
Every man appreciates a new suit, an overcoat, a
new hat or a pair of trousers. These things are use
ful and make the most desirable gifts.
The vexation, the worry, the trouble of selecting the
right size, the right color, or the right style is now
left to the recipient.
Simply give him one of our
Handsome GIFT Certificates
FOR ANY AMOUNT YOU MAY DESIRE
Isn't that the desire of every Christmas Buyer?
A word about our Clothes and Hats. We stand
head and shoulders above all in quality, variety,
style and value. We specialize on certain lines and
offer only the very best in the country at our prices.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS
7 nmuMiSd irjrfaL!imVM hj
V show a lavish assort
ment of Turkish Rockers
in leather and in imita
tion leather: some with
Harrington Springs and
some without. Prices
GLOBE WERNICKE Book
Cases, most sensible gifts.
Christmas time is book
time and every home
needs a G.-W. Book Case.
Styles to suit the taste
and purse of every purchaser.
Reading, to be enjoyable and
profitable, should be pursued
under conditions that make it
possible to concentrate the
Among pleasing environ
ments, such as soft light, a
comfortable chair, a table and
suitable book cases.
This result is easy to accom
plish and one can prepare to
enjoy and improve the long
We show these different piec
es of furniture in finishes to
match different interiors, so
that it is an easy matter to
make suitable selections for
o am j mj
Furniture of Quality.