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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM ANP SUN-TELEGRAM FRIDAY, JAN. SI, 1919.
Twentjr-flve couples attended the in
formal dance given last evening by
members of the Y. M. I. In their club
rooms. Miller's orchestra played for
the dancers. Those present were Miss
Kathryn Nichols, Miss Marie Gordon.
Miss Mildred Townsend. Miss Flor
ence Cummings, Miss Pauline Wessel,
Miss Eva Aubln, Miss Matilda Felt
man. Miss Helena Vosmelr, Miss
Marie Weber. Miss Marcella iBsen.
Miss Loretta Zeyen. Miss Billy Boggs,
Miss Mabel Feltman. Miss Vera Pfaff
lin. Miss Mary Knauber. Miss Bar
bant Austerman. Miss Marie Connell.
Miss Bertha Taube. Miss Weyman.
Miss Mary Lichtenfels. Miss Frances
Taube. Miss Agnes Puthoff, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Kamp. Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Vosmelr, Harry Brokamp. Charles
Klser, Louis Rlpberger. L. Yager,
Mare Justice, Paul Juerling, William
Kahle. Bled Clark, Benjamin Michael,
Walter Boyce. Sylvester Mercurlo.
Thomas FJtrgibbons, Thomas Fay, An
drew Issen, Raymond Nolan, Lee Hill
man," Claire 'Connell, Merrill Patriso.
Urban Gausepohl, R. A, Homan and
All v members- of the country club
ire Invited to the Informal dance
which will be given tomorrow evening
at 8 o'clock at the mud. Tne uvan
Smith nrchpRtr will nlav for the
dance. Those who wish to have din
ner at the club preceding the dance,
are ; requested to make reservations
at once. The dance will be In charge
Of Mrs. Willard Carr, Mrs. Paul Com
Utock, Miss Eleanor Seidel and Mrs.
Frank Shirk. , . . ,
,". The Junior Queen Esther club of
, First Methodist church will meet to-
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with
Miss Helen Sackman at her home.
, 1704 North, G street. A program will
" be given during the afternoon and all
! friends of the club are -invited.
I ''' The Delta Theta Tan sorority wilt
;met Monday evening with Miss Flor-
; enoe Spauldlng at her home on Boutn
j Tenth street.
r; Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Beach and Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Roland have returned
from Indianapolis, where they attend
ed the Indiana Hardware convention.
'niiTMarazmo club will meet Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Ro
roey at hor home on South Fourteenth
Mrs. Martha Barr was hostess yes
terday afternoon for a meeting of the
Alica Carey, club, at her home. Mrs.
Mary Moore read an interesting paper
on "Sophia, Queen of Greece," and
Mrs. Lily Horner read a letter from
hr son. Ernest, who la now with the
nrmy of occupation along the Rhine
rivor, The next meeting of the club
win be In three weeks when a Martha
Washington tea will he given at the
home of Mrs. Mmy Moore on North C
street, February 20. ;
Captain R. B. Nicholson and Lieut.
Panford Harris of Washington, p. C,
will spend the week-end with the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Nicholson of East Main Street.
The Jolly Eight Euchre club met.
yesterday afteernoon with Mrs. Ear;
.Ferris at her home on North Eleventh
street. Euchre was played at two
tables, the favors going to Mrs. How
ard Frame, Mrs. Howard Weist and
Mrs. Pmar Wine. The club will meet
next Thursday with Mrs. Howard
. Frame at her home on North Nine
The public is invited to the penny
supper which Is being given this even
ing at Second English Lutheran
church. Supper will be served from
5 to 8 o'clock. Proceeds will be used
for the building commltte.
Mrs. Murray De Haven entertained
her thimble club yesterday afternoon
at her home in the Pohlmeyer apart
ment The afternoon was spent in
needlework and light refreshments
were served.' Those present were
Sirs. Ralph Little. Mrs. Ooorgo Reid,
IMrs. Walter Murray, Mrs. Charles
Dove, Mrs. John Schattel, Mrs. Ed
(ward Sharp. Mrs. Howard Long f el-
low, Mrs. Harry Darnell and Mrs.
Claude Addlcman. Tho club will meet
la two weks with Mrs. Ralph Little at
Mr, and Mrs. D. W. Shively, of
Greenville, O.. are the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. James Fry of South
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kolp will gfvo
thoir regular assemiy dance this even
i it i r v- m rrw
Dorit worry about that
will heal it
Only those who have really suffered
from malignant skin disorders can un
derstand the mental and physical dis
comfort that such affections bring.
People avoid you your best friends
are ashamed to be seen with you and
In general, your life is made really
Yet it Is a consolation to know that
even serious and long established trou
bles of this kind arc generally overcome
prompt' and completely by the use of
Quicker results as a whole may be
obtained by first lathing the affected
parts with Kesinol Soap and hot water.
-. KmIbsI OinUnafitaadEiinol Soap may be pur.
chaaed at all druj-it.
ing In the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Kolp,
who has been 111 with Influenza, ia able
to be out again.
Miss Beatrice Osthelmer entertain
ed a party, of friends at her home
Wednesday evening in celebration of
her birthday anniversary. The rooms
were decorated with cut flowers and
ferns. The evening was spent in
dancing and late in the evening a
two-course luncheon was served by
the hostess. The guests were Miss
Odessa Darnell. Miss Hazel Abbott
Miss Lucille Roosa, Miss Mabel Ad
bott, Mrs. F. O. Spacy, Mr. and Mrs.
Osthemier, Chick Torrence, -Sergeant
Lowell Little of U. S. S. Maine and
Walter Winters. ,
Miss Anna Blrck was pleasantly sur
prised Wednesday evening at her
home on North Thirteenth street by
a party of young persons. The even
ing was spent In 'dancing and playing
games, after which a two-course lunch
eon was served in the dining room.
The table was attractively arranged
with red and white as the color
scheme. Small ' valentines were giv
en as favors. The guests were Miss
Katherlne " Stanton, ' Mils Margaret
Shinn, Miss Frances Mercurlo, Miss
Edna Abbey, Miss Frances Roger,
Miss Dorothy Williams, Miss Mary
Carroll, Miss Mary I. Forrester, Miss
Blanche Lawler, Miss Stella Stein-
brink, Miss Helen Doyle, Miss Cather
me Birck, Miss Ellen McCarthy, and
Miss Helen Barton.
Mrs. Maude Tyler was hostess last
evening for an unique announcement
party at her home on National road,
east, when she announced the engage
ment of her daughter, Miss Ruth, to
Harold T. Hough of Fountain City.
The party was in the nature of a
"travel jarty" and the .house was dec
orated with signs designating the dif
ferent stations. At the end ot the
Journey, the "passengers" were serv
ed luncheon from the suitcases which
they carried. A tiny folder contain
ing the photograph ot the bride and
froom elect were given each guest,
the wedding announced to take place
early in the spring. The guests were
Mrs. Lloyd Pyle, Miss Catherine Pegg,
Miss Myrtle Wooters and Miss Nan
nie Thomas, all of - Fountain City,
Mrs. J. B. Markey of Eaton, Mrs. Liz
zie Hetsler, Mrs. Louman Tyler, and
Mrs. R. R. Fudge of New Paris, Mrs
B. F. Homan, Miss Helen Reed. MIhh
Catherine Sherman, Miss Myrtle
Stone, Mrs. Celia Burg, Mrs. Merle
Bowen, Miss Blanche Hampton, Mrs.
Will Riggs and Mrs. James Matt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bradford of An
derson are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frances Via at New Paris.
.James Cummins of Ft. Wayne has
been spending a few days hare with
Ira Bishop and family of Northwest
WILL USE Y. HUTS
LONDON. Jan. 31. The Young
Men's Christian Association huts, to
the number of about one , thousand,
dotted all over the country, which
have been erected for the soldiers, aro
to continue their usefulness in another
sphere. Plans are'belng made for the
huts to be moved into vllUgeg and
turned Into Social clubs for the im
provement of social life" in Industrial
and rural communities. -,
"SHALL I TELL?"
It is an odd thing how a person can
go about, never thinking of certain
problems and conditions that - seem
commonly enough to confront others
and give them trouble. But once your
attention is called to it and some one
tells you of that particular problem
or condition, you Immediately stumble
over a similar one. You're always
running across it.
So it was with Janet Stedman.
After poor little Millie had enlighten
ed her regarding the "pesterings" of
the gentleman named Prader, whom
Millie insisted on terming a "skunk,"
Janet seemed always to be encounter
ing human animals of that disagree
able type. 5 Now that her eyes were
opened,. she saw them on the streets
and in cars. She noted them in offices.
, And at last, as if fate took an imp
ish delight in forcing her to believe
that which she had always doubted,
Janet herself was confronted with a
problem. - .'.'
Walt had gone out one evening to
a dinner of advertising men. By a
coincidence that happened so often
it was almost uncanny, Roy Nleoll
came by in his car "to take the missus
and the old man joy riding." He had
not beeri around since the evening
Walt had stepped in so embarrassing
ly and stopped their innocent and un
premeditated dinner excursion.
; Janet explained that her husband
waa out for the evening, but was noth
ing loath to bundle herself Into her
wraps and accept Roy's insistent bid
that she "come along anyhow. They
sped up the Boulevard Lafayette, that
took on a fairylike beauty In the win
try moonlight that silvered the Jver
and cast dense shadows where the
hills rose close to the road on the
land side.. .
Nicoll was less talkative than usual.
Janet, glad enough to enjoy the drive
with her own thoughts for company,
snuggled into , the warm robes and
lapsed into purring content. She was
thinking as she thought much lately
of Millie and the "skunk" and of other
girls like Millie,, who bad no educa
tion, no equipment no fit home life,
no wise example to follow, no any
thing but the pitiful pleasures they
bought so dearly. .
She was recalled by a gradual slow.
Ing up of the car. Hhe looked about
They were no longr bfsslde tho rivsr,
but on a dark rond ovur which the
baro trees met The moon had gone
.The ar came to a smooth stop.
Janet looked quickly at '.he man be
side her, who looked steadily back at
her. it spemed In the dimness that;
he was smiling. "What's wrong any-?
thing tho matter?" asked Janet puz-;
ited... It was . not,, like Roy N'icoll to I
stop. He usually wouidu't oven go j
"Nope," ue answered cheerfully. "I i
Just stopped. Felt like talking. Got'
a fit of blues tonight I guess. Everj
have the blues?" "
"'Course I do; everybody does," re-'
turned Janet lightly, but groping mad- i
ly In her mind for an explanation ot
Roy's strange manner. "What's troub
"Oh, lonesome What's the use
of it all, anyhow? Nobody cares ex
cept for the money I spend. If I croak
ed,, nobody but my valet would give a
darn and he d soon get over it. Tnere
isn't a soul "
"Roy Nicoll stop this instant!"
cried Janet eagerly. "You've gone
crazy. I" , .
What happened then was so swift
and so amazing that Janet scarcely
could recall it afterward except with
a sort -of blind, gasping daze. She felt
her wrists suddenly caught in an un
shakable grip and herself drawn help
lessly against her companion. -
In another instant she was released,
the feel of his kiss upon her face.
She sat back, too amazed to articulate
a sound. From apparently far off, she
heard Nicoll say: "You're right Put
it down that I'm crazy mad dippy-
dotty a million kinds of fool; I ought
to be hanged! I don't know what "i
Sbelost the rest in the sound of
the whirring motor as to her vast re
lief the car started. '
(To be continued.) ' - .
by measure, passed unanimously by
the house, becomes a law. It also pro
vides that feed sold at the yards shall
not " be priced at more than 50 per
cent above the prevailing market
price. Farmer members told the
house of alleged abuses which ship
pers have been subjected to in the
roast when the managements of the
yards controlled feeding of stock.
Little business of importance was
transacted by the senate yesterday.
Three bills were passed and a few
were passed .to engrossment Those
passed were: By Alldredge, authoris
ing cities having a fireman's pension
fund to tax foreign Insurance com
panies for the maintenance: by Eis
ner, legalizing the action of county
commissioners in appropriating money
to aid war charities during the war;
by Kline, authorizing county commis
sioners to lease public property. .:
Senator Signs' bill creating a sani
tary livestock board will come up for
second reading at 11 o'clock Tuesday,
as a special order of business. Mc
Conaha's bill for inancial relief -of
Drs. T. Henry Davis, J. S. Boyer and
H. H. Sutton, for services to tne
Dr. Purdy Speaks at
High School Chapel
; Dr. Alexander ' Purdy of Earlham
college spoke at the High School chap
el this morning, presenting the. sub
ject of "The best about oneself: the
other fellow; - and God." In speaking
of the "best about oneself he gave
consideration , to the training of body,
mind and spirit, emphasizing the ad
vantages of higher education.
. The High. School orchestra played.
funds will be asked In a bill which th
legislative committee cf the National
Horse Thief Detective Association o!
Indiana will introduce in the idlana
legislature. The appropriation and
maintenance of a state police depart
Continued From Paae One-1
Few measures of importance; were
were in shape to be considered on the
floor of the ho'ie of the Indiana legis
lature when it was convened at .19
o'clock this morning, and members
expected the house to mark time until
this afternoon and then to adjourn un
til Monday afternoon. ' ;
The house, which o far ,bai re
ceived more than 220 bills, hast passed
twenty-nine measure and transmitted
them to the senate. Less than five of
these have been regarded as import
ant measures, as they will effect the
people at large. Speaker Eschbach
nald the record the house has made
so far has been unequalled during the
twelve years he has been a member
of the legislature. Never before to
bis knowledge, he said, had the house
been able to consider the business as
fast as U came to his. the speaker's,
desk and keep it cleared.
Live Stock B'M. -
Managements of s'-ockyard-i will
tave to permit farmers to feed their
cwn grain and bay. It they care to, to
clock while lo the yard, if ifce iN'ew-
state board of agriculture was passed
Daby Coming To
Tl Wonderful Evt That W31 Bring
. Much Gladness.
A6K FOR. $125,000. . :
INDIANAPOLIS. Jan.' 3L An ap-
proprlatlon of $125,000 of the state's
y t m TA CULTS -
lUHO r0 - I
Ciem Thistiethwaitt, Riohmond, Ind.
I Are you looMng forrmrd. 4ear prospect!
nctber. to th wonderful, slorion time
when you ihall bold in your "
mite, which Is of your neso and Mood.
with feelinw of ralnrlvlogf !
Now is the time ti ret ia condition to;
meet tbe crfclfc rd t&ee- genera''0" of
women have fotmd in tha time-honored
preparation. Mother's Friend, a. grateful.
Snetratinr remedy to prepare their (yttems
withstand tho shock.
The action of tW famous remedy Is to
relieve teniton on drawn nervce, cor da, ten
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bearlna-down and fretehlng' palm. By
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tnr mIi. Mntherhood Boi
bottle cf Mother's Friend from the druit
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New Method's Shoe Sale
SPECIALIZE ON BUTTON SHOES
The Selling Plan Enables You to Buy
for as low as
Women will find them very good for house wear. Sizes 2 to
4i2. Nothing larger in this lot. All Button Shoes.
1st Pair S2.00
2nd Pair $1.50
3rd Pair 75
4th Pair ; 50t
" '5th Pair .25t
5 Pairs for $5.00-They 're worth $5.00 a pair. No exchange
or refund. ' '
New Mod Shoe Store
Second Floor, Colonial Building
Quinine That Does Not Affect Head j
Bficause of Us tonic and laxative ef-i
feet, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE !
(Tablptft) can be-taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ing in the head. There is only one
"Bromo Quinine." B. W. GROVE'S
signature on thn bofc. 30c.
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in wort? ways and makes more important sav
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You save when you buy it The price is
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half as much as is ordinarily required.
You save materials it is itsed with. Calumet
never fails with any kind of recipe or with any
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You'll notice a great difference when you use Calumet.
Calumet produces light, sweet, wholesome, flaky bak
ings. You will notice with some of the cheaper
brands the bakings are soggy, heavy, dark in color,
mtimeshave a bitter taste.
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