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Thursday. ?
Thursday Afternoon 'Whist Club on different phases of this subject
holds its meeting. jwere read by members. After the
Thursday Social Club meets with prop-am the business of the society
Mrs. Frank Macke, . south seventh was transacted and partial arrange-
street. ' , v ments were made lor tne ceieDration
. East End Wlrist Clnb meets.
The card party ! civen 'in-: the an
Knights of Cojtjtnbui? fcijili brooms Jyer tuaienej
terday afternoon was one of the most
delightful of the series. The Host
esses for? t a tejrnoon wijre ,rs., $t.
H. Lukeii : and Miss Julia" Lawler. Eu
chre played at eight tables, was the
feature of the afternoon and at the"
close of the, games the first prize was
awarded to. Miss Sarah Dunn,' and
the second p Miss Ella "" Varley, while
the"copsolations fell to Miss Anna
Mulliganaid Mrs. James HammilL
Mrs. Hamraill and Mrs-. John Kamp
were appointed hostesses: - for the
meeting next week.
, .
Mrs. Walter Dalby of south twelfth
street was the hostess " yesterday af-
j ternoon for the first meeting of the
Wednesday; Afternobn Whist Club.
This club is organized to meet every
two weeks during the summer months
and yesterday opened the season's se
ries of meetings.' The afternoon was
! delightfully; spent at whist, played
at four tables. The guests of the
club yesterday were Miss Maude Zim
merman and Mrs. Turner Hadlev. At
adjournment it was decided to hold
i the next meeting with Miss Alma
Smith of east Main street.
The members of the club are Mes-
dames Alonzo Smyser, Bert Smyser,
Harry Shaw, Joseph Stevenson", Ar-
hie Doah, "Will Spansfler, ' John Sli-
gar, Will Converse, -Walter Ratliff,
R. R. Van ! Zant, George Shofer and
Miss Alma Smith. ;
The Ladies ' Aid Society of f he
Christian church held an all-day
- I 1.1 : Al. - 1 .1.
was "The Religion of China," and 'eeiinK .vesieruay m luec-mucu par-
short and interesting articles bearing
Absolutely Pure
East HJsillSep off Heaitfo
lors, on south tenth street.' A large
number of members were" present.
The mornin'g session was devoted ex
pi naively to needlework and to t'.o
tvansactionl of the regular business
of the society. At , noon a luncheon
was served. The afternoon was more
of a social meeting, the time being
rooms. .
Af termatft ttiolds its 'social meeting tj meetinr ()f the Wednesday Lit-
with rMrsX;3:ajppbell. lerarv Society of the First Presbyter
ian church held last evening with
Mrs. J. A. Murphy, of east Main
of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
crWv wliieli will occur in Mav. It
, . , , , :M;Anl to pleasantly spent in sewing and in so
was Henineii to pivp n. missionarv tea I r . i- r
o " I i i ; ?ru. l. it
ciai cuuversautm. x ne ui k ior i:;
next few weeks was planned, and at
adjournment it was decided to hold
another meeting next week.
theeiger and brilliantly i dressed'
To the Citizens of Richmond.
We desire to correctsome false im
pressions in regard to, the purpose of
the May Musical Festival to be criven
May 4 and 5' This is not a private
venture, a benefit for any certain in
stitution or a money-making scheme.
It is our desire and purpose to
bring to the people of Richmond the
best series of musical entertainments
which this city has ever heard. In
doing .? this, ..we believe that besides
giving, a great, deal of ; pleasure to
those who attend, it will prove a
good . advertisement for the city.
While the musical selections to be
rendered are the best productions of
eminent composers' yet they have been
selected with regard to tunefulness
and melody and are such as can be
appreciated by those who have not
a trained musical ear. We desire to
make only money enough to pay ex
penses and h a ve made the prices
within, the reach of all believing that
it is better"' to -sell a large number of
tickets, at a' small price than a small
number , at a' large price.,Cii-
e ntjueye uiai intj- eopie oi mis
city Avili patronize this venture with
the liberality which it deserves and
we assure' themi that they can safely
do so. ;
' Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
"I have .been subject to? sciatic
rheumatism for years, ' ' ' says E; ' H.
Waldron'of Wilton Junction Iowai
"My joints were stiff and. gave me
much pain and diseomfort.My joints
would crack when I straightened up.
I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
have been thoroughly cured. Have
not had a pain or ache from the old
trouble for many months. It is cer
tainly , a most wonderful liniment."
For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and
W. II. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main.
always ouf the best la It;
always cet the best out
The kind all eood doc-
AND . .
Our Spring Suits
are decidedly well made
They contain all the qualities appreciated by good dressers.
The new effects are in single and double breasted sack suits.
They are made with the broad shoulder effect and the collar
that hugs the neck closely.
Price Range, $8.50, $10, $12
$15 $18.50 and $20
Ladies Aid Society of Grace M. E.
ehurch gives an afternoon social.
Evening Whist Club meets.
: Saturday.
Open church meeting at 'South
Eighth Street Friends' church.
Dance I. O. O. F. hall.
Miss Jessie Dozier of north fif-
street, was one of the most enjoyable teenth street, entertained a number of
meetings of the year. The attend- friends last evening at cards. The
ance was quite large and the members guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs.
had the pleasure of hearing one of the Wesley Farmer, of Florida. Mrs,
most classical and at the same time, Farmer was formerly Miss Blanche
one of the best programs of the so- McPherson of this city and this is the
ciety given this season. Mrs. Down- first visit here of the young couple
ing opened the program with several since their marriage a few ' months
fine musical selections, which were ago. The prizes last evening were won
well received. These were given in by Miss Nell Menke and Mr. Wesley
( Mrs. Downing 's usual accomplished Farmer.; The out-of-town guests
manner and proved very interesting, were Will. Roberts and E. Davis of
Mis.s Clara Myrick entertained the Chieagc'-and T. W. Bowersox of St.
'members with several excellent num-1 Louis
. bers and was at her best in all the so
los. The Frances E. Willa.M W. C. T. I
Mrs. Sullivan read a number of se- will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
lection from Will Carleton and at Rhoda Temple. A large attend-
other writers, humorous, tragic and ance is desired.
oathetie. Mrs. Sullivan's abilitv is
alter the ceremony tr.e young eoupie;so well known that nothing need be Edward Kute wil go to Rushvillle
left for a journey of several weeks to 'id Rave that she read with her usu. today and this afternoon he will be
CalUorma, via Cincinnati, ana uponjal ceverness and efficiencv. Proba- married to Miss Minnie Danfer of that
their return will mike their home in
this ci
for a
vising as the piece progressed. The I leave for their home in this city. Mr,
program proved unusually attractive I Kute is an expert machinist at the
to the members. The place of the Woolley foundry, and he is a very
next meeting was not decided but will popular young gentleman. His bride
The marriage of Dr. Allan Bram
kamp and Miss Mary (Jreulenf was
solemnized yesterday afsenvxm at
the First Presbyterian 'Iuuch. The
church was filled with a 'arire num
ber of relatives and friends of the
contracting parties. The Rev. J. M.
Bramkamp, brother of the groom, as
sisted by the Rev. I. M. Hughes, pas
tor of the church, performed the cere-
mony. is either tne Driae nor groom
had any attendants. The church was
decorated beautifully. Immediately '
iai Cleverness ana eiuciency. rroua- maiiit-u iu itiiss iviiimie uauier oi iuai
return will nmke their homeiny her begt seiection wag "Cleopa- city. The ceremony will be performed
pity, the "at home" cards being tras Dream," the reading of which by the Catholic priest at his residence
fter May 15, at 9 30 Mai 1 street, Downing accompanied impro- and at once the young people will
The out of town guest at the mar
riage were: C. A. Greenlcaf, father
of the bride, of Los Angeles, Cal.;
Allen Maburen, of Chicago, Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Riley Job and R. E. Pigeon, of
Ft. Wayne; Miss Helen Mowrer, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Nesbit, and Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Dodd, of Xenia, O.: Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Carpenter, of Hagers-
town; and Mr. and Mrs W. B. Call
away, Mr. and Mrs. William Belmer,
Mr. and Mrs. James Belmer and Miss
Helen Belmer, Rev. and Mrs. J. M.
Bramkamp and son, Misses Sallie
Jenny, Laura Bramkamp Anna and
Clara Dunkhorst, and Messrs Harold
Kapp, Louis Bramkamp and Robert
Bramkamp, of Cincinnati.
Both Mr. and Mr3. Bramkamp are
among the city's best known and
most estimable yosng people, and
they have the congratulation and best
wishes of a host o friends. The
bride has been a favorite teacher in
the local schools and is very promi
nent in both social and art circles.
The groom is a most promising young
physician. He is a graduate of the
Cincinnati College of Medicine, and
zthas also studied in several other cit
ies. While he has only been a resi
dent of Richmond for a few -years,
he has won a larg? circle of friends.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
St. Paul' Lutheran church held a
pleasant meeting yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Will KIopp, on
South Eirhth street. Th.? attendance
was quite large. The meetinf: was
opened with appropriate Scripture
, reading by Mrs. II. II. Meerhoff.
Mesdames John Bartel, Meerhoff and
Besselman entertained the members
with a delightfully rendered trio.
be announced later.
is said to be one of the charming
j young ladies of RushviUe. Ander
son Herald.
Mr. Kute was formerly of this city.
On April 27 the plat will
A large number were present last
evening at the South Eighth Street
Friends' church to hear the lecture
given by Mrs. Phariba Stevens on
"Mission Work in Mexico." Mrs.
Stevens gave an excellent account of be opened :for tho holders of season
the work that missionaries have done ti,kets for the May Music Festival,
in that country and of the odds and from the preiiminary report of
hkhhim wmn mey nave worKea. ine the members of the chorus at Tuesday
entire lecture and especially her ac
count of the change which the mis
sionaries have caused in the condi
tion of different parts of Mexico was
exceedingly interesting. Mrs. Stevens
is an able talker and thoroughly con
versant and well grounded in her
subject and gave her hearers an ex
cellent idea of the work missionaries
have to do. The lecture was illus-
night's rehearsal, the indications are
very flattering for a large sale of sea
son tickets.
The enthusiasm is rapidly spread
ing; everyone is talking of this ex
ceptionally; great event and it is be
ginning to look as if even the capac
ity of the Coliseum will be taxed to
accommodate the patronage.
Carpenters are busy erecting the
trated with stereonticon pictures ofh . 'r
. , r iiare manuriu required 10 seat me
the country and houses of the Mexi- owhertra and chorus, and by to-
nine cirvA rV 1 I
1 .', Wi luc ng es- nipht it ris expected that this
penally fine. I m . -Avifj Tn
nmtlArtC Will ihon folrAn ti-rs. amv4
A A . Hint UU a I 111
it in T Atm f I imam aw 4-. An . I 7
. T . ; ;jv7lluu &lven when the festival opens on the even
last evening at the home, of Mr, nd : o May 4 those who do not at.
Z . ? V l4"n tend, will miss a rare and inspiring
xt Iu "7 i , , 7,n: -spectacle, produced by the fifty skill
"tuclc"1' x;r . ed musicians, the well drilled chorus
&uiuu, nucic hcv. nciiienui uas ueen
assigned to the Grace Methodist
church. The house was very pretty
with its decorations of flowers. Quite
1 1 P i n
a large numeor ot irienus or liev.
Nethercutt called between the
hours of. seven and ten and all exr i
pressed their unwillingness to have
him leave and their regret at his de?
parture. Rev. Nethercut has won a
The following report from the
United States department of agricul
ture for the week ending April 18th
is of interest and is as follows:
Indiana. Indianapolis: Unseas
onably cold-, freezing temperature
general on 16th and 17th; wheat im
proved slightly in south but deter
iorated ill central and northern sec
tions, where .a very large acreage will
be plowed upder; rye, clover and tim
othy continue in fair condition; sow
ing oats and planting potatoes pro
gressing slowly; ground generally too
wet to riloV: pastures backward:
fruit treelbpniing in extreme south;
peaches further damaged.
Reports from the Ohio valley re
specting the wheat crop continue very
unfavorable, ' although a slight im
provement in southern Indiana is in
dicated. In Illinois wheat has made
little growth and its condition is less
promising than ten days ago. In Ohio
and in central and northern Indiana
a large acreage will be plowed up for
other crops. Winter wheat has made
splendid growth on the Pacific, es
pecially in Washington and Oregon.
Mr. Aughee and wife of Kew Mad
ison O., have moved into ol Boren's
house. Mr. Aughee came here with
good reputation, and as a great busi
ness man, a'nd is in partnership with
Ellwood Bbren and in connection with
his work wil lrun a planingmill which
will son begin operation. The cit
izens of Fountain City wish him success.
Mrs. Martha Conger, of Dayton, O.,
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
A. W. Woolman and family..'
John Atkinson and wife, of Rich
mond were the guests of the Rev. J.
W. Johnson and wife last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Johnson, who has been
sick for several weeks, is able to be
out again.
Mrs. Lou Stigall has moved into
Mrs. Falls', house and will that place
her home for the present.
Mrs. Fred Thomas and son expect
to remove to Redkey Ind., "this week,
where Mr. Johnson has a position. ...
George Klapp and family are re
moving to Richmond, i.r. '
Miss AiaDei Townsend went to
Richmond Tuesday morning ; whpre
she will make her hom6 'with,, her aunt
for the present," . , t " . ,,",'A,..'r
The: meeting of the Foreign Miss
ionary Society wa sheldt at the hdme
of Mrs;. Luke Woodward; - last Wed
nesday", i
Charley ; Reynolds and family of
Richmond, spent Sunday with C. 6.
Wolman and, wife.
The plat is now open for the com
mencement Saturday eveniner, at the
K. of P. hall.
I io shoe mmm
Which was well reeeived. The tnnli'lariTa nP fanAa in I, U a i I f.t.:.- ?. a
I - i ..Mf .wua jw i: ilk
a I 1 i! !i
of study for the afternoon's program residence in this city.
scour and wear out surfaces.
Men's button low shoes, hand sewed, seamless
vamp, pretty toe and last, now S3. 00
Men's patent colt low shoes, hand welt, worth
$3.50, now $2.50
Men's imitation welt, high or low shoes in patent
colt or kid, at $2,15 a Pair
Ladies' $3.00 kid shoes now $2,251
Ladies' low shoes, Hand turn; tKe $2 50 graple now
Misses' shoes, the $1.25 grade now 98c pair
Men's low shoes in tan, our line at $3.00 a Pa
FRED G. LAHRMAN, 718 Main Street.
At the regular meeting- of the
South Side Improvement Association
a resolution was adopted extending a
vote of thanks' to all persons that as
sisted in the1 Butto JJopm, 4 ..
I. - Wm'Kloecker, Sec.'
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