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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1919..
-1 i TWELVE IMS LEAVE FRANCE Bright Colors and Pre-War Designs Prevail in Spring Styles For Men SOCIETY TURNS FROM WAR WORK TO GAY SEASON ON BEACH stop CATAnmu'pPEri n K0STRILS AK0 HEAD atted lm'tfostiC i-CoUs at Osca, ' PAGE EIGHT IVmiMlKEES ' Twenty Thdusancl Men bit Way Home - Four Com plete Regiments Returning. WASHINGTON, Jan. WjIfcpartuTe from France of twelve transports ear rying more than 850 offloen and 11,000 enlisted men. Including coast artillery regiments complete, ..was announced today by the war department. Seven of the ships are scheduled to dock at New York, three at Newport News and one each at Baltimore and Phila delphia. The returning coast artillery regi ments are the Fourth, Forty-fourth. Fifty-Bret and Sixtieth. Announcement that the regiments were returning "complete" was said at the war de partment not to mean that each regi ment was coming back at full war strength, but that every man at pres ent on active duty with the unit was reurnlng with It. The transports now enroute as an nounced today include some of the largest in service. Among them are the Agamemn, Cedric, Rlnjundam and lEspagne. Hospital Detachment Coming. The Duca d'Abruzzl la due at New ITork February 8 with the , Fourth coast artillery complete, a detachment of 65 Ohio men from the One Hun dred and Sixty-fourth Field Artillery and 143 casual' officers. The Metaphan la scheduled to ar rive at New York February 12 with a detachment of Base Hospital No. 2. 'composed of three officers and 111 Hursea. The Espagus, which Is to arrive at New York February 8. has one casual company each from New York, Penn sylvania and Illinois. The transport Agamemnon, due at Newport News February 4, has the Fifty-first regiment complete and the Forty-fourth and Sixtieth regiments are on the Cedric, scheduled to arrive t New York the same day. There are 450 officers and 6,000 men on the two hips. The Agamemnon la bringing also two casual companies of New York troops, 92 casual officers, 550 sick and wounded and 43 naval officers. The Cedrio has a casual company of Illinois men, 133 casual officers and a few civilians. The transport Peerless will arrive at Newport News February 4 with a vanuu company or uaiuormans, a small medical detachment and seven casual officers. V l3 ' HTVs 7i' Mrs. A. L. Riker of Philadelphia, at left. In group, left to right, above, are Miss Aline Blanche Stumer of Chicago, Miss Virginia Stearne of Cleveland, O, Miss Alice Huston of New York. Below is Miss Lois Margaret Stumer of Chicago. Palm Beach folk look forward to a banner season now that many of the regular visitors are free from war duties. The famous resort is already in full swing. The usual attractive and daring costumes are increasing daily. The bathing suit worn by Mrs. A. L. Riker of Phila delphia, one of the early arrivals, indicates that many of the fair sex will turn from the elaborate stunning models to the simpler scanty suits that allow more freedom. ODD VICTORY SUIT FOR SCHOOL GIRLS Five Purdue Students Are Cited for Bravery LAFAYETB. Ind., Jan. 31. An an nouncement was received here today that five members of Purdue Univers ity Ambulance Corps No. 698, station ed at Ivery-Sur-Seine, France, have been awarded the Crbix De Guerre for bravery in action. The men are Lieut. C. C. Battershell of Chicago, Arthur R. Nally, Garrett H. Peters and John Ketzer of Lafayette, and William K. Walls of Honolulu. State Ben Hur Manager Addresses Lodge Meeting P. O. Bower, state manager of the Ben Hur Lodge spoke at the meeting of the local Ben Hur in the Commer cial Club Thursday evening. A pie social was held afterward. The eve ning was enjoyed by 50 members. spent a few days last week visiting relatives near and in Whitewater.... Charles Little and family attended a family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jordon Sunday in Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. Alva Schaeffer south of Richmond Sunday ....Mrs. Everett Wilt and children will move soon A neighborhood butchering was held at Will Weshers Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jefferis and son, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Jefferis and daughter and Miss Florence Gunn visited Fred Hartman anad family Sunday The war pic tures shown at the church Saturday night were largely attended. A nice I JAM JAJ.i ai ai Aiy.ra This middy cape and skirt combi nation, developed in the popular vic tory shades, is an attractive outfit for the school girl. It is made of navy gabardine with pipings of red silk braid. The hat is a red satin tricorn shape with blue bead trimming. GRANDMOTHER KNEV There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard But the old-fashioned mustard-plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without the plaster and without the blister Musterole does it. It is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. It is Scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not buster the tenderest skin. Just massage Musterole in with the fin ger tips gently. See how quickly it brings relief how speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for sore throat, bron chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital size S&50. Middleboro, Ind, Mrs. John Gunn is visiting relatives at Lebanon, Ind.... Mrs. Jeff Addle- man spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Landewehr at Richmond . . . Miss Olive Boyd spent Sunday after noon witn Aiiss iiaicia ueia Air. and Mrs. Clarence Vornauff of Hag erstown visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vornauff Monday afternoon. .. .There will be no preaching at the Middle boro church Sunday aa Rev. Ulmer is conducting a series of revival meetings at Chester Mr. and Mrs. U. E. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Norris Mrs. May Brooks called on Mrs. Cora Danner Wednesday after noon. .. .V nan es wooaruu ana iamuy of Chester spent Sunday with Frank Allen and family George Keller of New Paris visited Mr. and Mrs. John Coblentz Tuesday John Gunn vis ited Charles Gunn and family Sunday ....Mrs. Will Golden and grandson, David spent the week-end with Nor man Klrkman and family. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rockhill of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Char les Borton and family Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Belford called on Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Addleman Sunday evening ....Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vornauff en tertained the following guests Sun day: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiggs, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Starbuck and daughter, Clyde Thomas and family. Miss Ethel Allen and Harry Vornauff Mrs. May Starbuck called on Miss Cora Danner Thursday evening Mrs. Ella Russel and daughter, Helen, and William Ahlers of Indianapolis spent the week-end with Russel Clark and famltu Mra Mnrv Hawlrfns nnrl daughter, Violet, are visiting Mrs. ! Charles Mayes at Richmond. .. .Mrs. Harry Patti spent Wednesday with Mrs. May Brooks Miss Halcia Reld little sum was collected for the bene fit of the Americans. At the close of ! Harry Patti and family... the program William Ahlers of Indian apolis, a discharged soldiers from "over there" gave a very Interesting !talk of his experience going over the top. Mr. Ahlers went over the top seven times, but came home wounded slightly. Sir. Ahlers is a brother to Mrs. Russel Clark of this place. Mrs. Clark had not seen her brother for six years. .. .Elmer Hawkins and wife of Richmond called on Mrs. Nancy Haw kins Sunday afternoon .... Mrs. Mary Hawkins called on Mrs. May Star buck Sunday afternoon. .. .Mrs. Mary Ann Pemberton called on Mrs. John Coblentz Tuesday morning. Miss Winifred Little spent the week-end with Miss Izra Little at Richmond. . . . Mrs. Alva Schaeffer spent Thursday with Mrs. Clinton Jones.... Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Seaney spent Sunday with Lesley Seaney near Boston George Keller and mother of New Paris called on Mrs. Nancy Hawkins and Mrs. Cora Danner Sunday after noon .... Miss Halcia Reid called on Charles Townsend and family Tues day afternoon. . .Mrs. Ella Russel and daughter, Helen, William Ahlers of Indianapolis and Russel Clark and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. May Starbuck called on Mrs. Mary Ann Penberton Tuesday afternoon. .. .Miss Alice Boyd visited Clarence Reid and family at Richmond Monday All of our sick folks are able to be out again ....Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pogue motor ed to Lynn one day this last week . . Mr.' and Mrs. William Erk spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Luken of New Paris Misses Matilda Pogue and Madonna Erk spent Sunday with Miss Mildred White of Whitewater. HERE'S WARMING, SOOTHING RELIEF FROM YOUR RHEUMATIC ACHES For prompt relief from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or Lumbago, you can depend on Sloan's Liniment. The warming, soothing, counter-irritant effect is the quickest way to overcome the inflammation, swelling or stiffness. A few drops go right to the 6ore part, draw the blood from the congested place and remove the cause of the ache. The great penetrating power of Sloan's Liniment makes rubbing need less. It is easier and cleaner to use than plasters or poultices. It does not stain the skin or clog the pores. A bottle of Sloan's Liniment is all you need for quick rest and relief from the pains of sprains, bruises, backache, stiff neck, and most forms of rheumatic twinges. Generous size bottles at druggists everywhere. r? o PAIN. 30c, 60c, $1.20 So tar as Richmond men's clothes are concerned, the roof Is off. In place of the sober blacks and blues and browns, Imposed upon us by the exigencies of war, we are going to be clothed In the hues of the rainbow, and In designs undreamed-of before and during the war. The avalanche of color and variety is not expected to descend until next spring and summer, but after that time, anything may be expected. So say tailors and clothing men of Rich mond. ' l' r The price of clothes, especially woolens,- will never come down again to the before the war level, the trade insists, however. There is going to be a greater demand for woolens than ever before, with perhaps less wool to supply it. Again, the government has done so much to encourage the raising of sheep that to protect sheep growers it probably will have to put a stiff tariff upon woolens from other countries especially England, whose DROPSY TREATED FREE By Dr. Miles, the Great Specialist, sWho Sends a $3.75 Trial Treatment Free. Many Report Cured After Doctors Failed. At first no disease Is apparently more harmless than dropsey; a little swelling of the eyelids, hands, feet, ankles or abdomen. Finally great shortness of breath, cough, faint spells, sometimes nausea and vomiting, and a lingering and wretched death if the dropsey is not cured. Dr. Miles has been known as a lead ing specialist in these diseases for 30 years. His liberal offer of a $3.75 Treatment free to all sufferers is cer tainly worthy of serious consideration. You may never have such an opportu nity again. The Grand Dropsey Treatment con sists of .four dropsy remedies in one, also Tonic Tablets and Pura-Laxa for removing the water. The treatment is specially prescribed for each pa tient and is three times as successful as that of most physicians. It us ually relieves the first day, and re moves the swelling in six days in most cases. Delay is dangerous. Send for Remarkable Reports of Cures All afflicted readers may have Book, Examination Chart, Opinion, Advice, and a Two-Pound Trial Treatment Free. Write at once. Describe your case. Address Dr. Franklin Miles, Dept. DA., 128 to 138 Franklin Street, Elkhart, Ind. Adv. PHOTOS 722 MAIN ST RICH MONO INJ textile mills started fall blast Immed iately the armistice was signed. Styles prevailing right now are the ire of the returning soldiers and as a result of this, plnchbacks and belted models are In great demand. They had gone out of style, bat they were the last clothes the soldier had worn In civilian life, and . he had dreamed of 'em many times while still encompassed In khaki, - so he won't be satisfied with anything else. Also, they have a trim military feel when worn and this is another reason why the soldiers like 'em. Light colors and bright colors will begin to be with us for the spring, and they'll grow lighter and brighter for some time. The war's over and clothes are going to reflect the spirit of rejoicing with everything else. It your nostrils are colgged and your head Is staffed and yon can't breathe, freely because of a cold or catarrh, just get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream Into your nostrils and let It penetrate through every air passage of your head, soothing and healing the In flamed, swollen mucous membrane and you get Instant relief. Ah! how good It feels. Your nos trils are open, your head Is clear, no more hawking, snuffling, blowing; no' more headache, dryness or straggling for breath. Ely's Cream Balm Is Just what sufferers from head colds and catarrh need. It's a delight Adv. OUR WANT AOS BRING RESULTS "just a line to thank you for your advice and your wonderful medicine. I had a very bad attack of bronchial trouble last winter, I would cough and raise mucous everjj five minutes and at night I got no peaceful sleep. Decided to try essence Mentho-Laxene and proud to say in two weeks was entirely well" -Woti The above quotation from letter writ tea by sirs. Kmma Conway, 80 B. 54 tb St. New York City, to prominent physician, ta only a brief evldeaoa of tbo great Tirtoea which anyone wjll find tn nalng the concentrated oaeneo Mrmthm Laxeae to abort colds and co&chs and to relieve and vareomo tba chronic effects of neglected colds. Contains no opiates and ia now need by a million fa ml lie who "sweat by It." Fall directions and formula with each bottl. . tJeM by drag gists siuij waste, Mentho-Laxene For Colds and Coughs YOUR EYES is your most valuable organ. Conceive If you can how helpless you would be without eyes and you will appreciate how valuable they are to yon. Hence be as careful to keep your eyes in good condition as you do your teeth. Let us examine your eyes. No glass es unless you really need them. L C. La wall Optometrist and Jeweler 41 N. 8th Street 7 BUEMLEM KMOTHEMS tSsitoBdlaiy Specials BOILING BEEF, lb. ..... ... . ... . ........ .15c CHOICE BEEF ROASTS ,1b ......20c SIRLOIN STEAKS, lb. ..24c HAMBURGER, lb ........20c FRESH SAUSAGE, lb. 20c VEAL ROAST, lb. ....25c SPARE RIBS, lb ......... ....... w.17c BUEMLEM BRIMMERS 715 Main Street W 1 RUB LUMBAGO PAIN OR BACKACHE AWAY Instant relief from pain, backache, soreness, stiffness, sciatica with "St. Jacobs Liniment" Back hurt you? Can't straighten up without feeling sudden pains, sharp aches and twinges? Now, listen! That's lumbago, sciatica, or maybe from a strain, and you'll get blessed relief the moment you rub your back with soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Liniment!" Nothing else takes out soreness, lameness and stiffness so quickly. You simply rub It on and out comes the pain. It ia perfectly harm lees and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. Limber up! Don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle from any drug store, and after using it just once, you'll for get that you ever had backache, lum bago or sciatica, because your back will never hurt or cause any more misery. It 'never disappoints and has been recommended for 60 years. ' Stop drugging kidneys. They don't cause backache, because they have no nerves, therefore, can not cause pain. Adv. " Lindemann's "55" CIGAR Mild and Sweet Wholesale and Retail WASH WITH ELECTRICITY Two Power Washers In One The Dexter Double Tub does washing, wringing and rinsing by power all at the same time. In this time and labor saving double machine the clothes get their first washing in the warm suds of tub No. 1 are then wrung right into the hot suds of tub No. 2 for their second washing are 15 next wrung into "the rinse tub on the folding shelf then wrung into the blue ing tub and finally into the clothes bas ket' : -and there are no gears to catch cloth ing or the children's fingers. , Come In Let Us Demonstrate This Washer to You. V , - Belt and Electric Power Washing Machines Feed Grinders, Gas Engines and Farm Electric Light Plants Mr. Farmer Elcclrily Your Ionic This Farm Electric Light Plant is the Best Insurance You Can Buy Put lights in your barn, then the danger of fire from a lantern Is eliminated most of fires are caused by oil lamps and lanterns. This plant is capable of operating electric uum cleaners, irons and washing machines, besides furnishing an abundance of light. bad farm fans, vac- Electrify Your Home, Mr. Farmer Enjoy all the electrical conveniences of the city man do away with the ancient and dangerous cil lamp. See this plant today and you'll 'modernize your home at once. . "-. THINK OF IT INVESTIGATE AT ONCE The Greatest of all Necessity is LIGHT McJPM mm South 4th near Main Q Phone 2045. ' STOVER FEED GRINDING was We have just received a large ship ment of these feed grinders. Feed Grinding Is a Necessity Modernize your methods of feed ing. Grain that is riot ground be fore being fed is partly wasted. Our line of feed mills is so complete that it is unnecessary for an in tending buyer to look elsewhere for what he wants. Come here for your grinder and do it today. We now have a line of Gas Engines of every size and for all purposes on the farm A Gas Engine to pump your wa ter, run your feed grinder or saw wood will pay for itself In a short time. Make it a point to see these Stover Engines the next time you are in town. '