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momiOND DAILY PALLADIUM. MONDAY, APBIL 25, 1904. Wi.tWJ.1 n 4 VAttREW1 CLEMENTS. y - SOCIAL CALENDAR. With Mrs. thirteenth Today. Magazine tlubv meets Harry ' -Weber; v:south street..; --:-!Uxr - .fhi' ; - San ; Souci v-mets C with 'Miss Ger trude Dallnian, 7 north fourtentb street. ,J. ' 4ir-r Monday Evening' , Sewing circle holds Its, regular, meetin'f . Young; Ladies , Aid, Society of " the Christian church; taeets in the church parlors.;" '' vv St. "Joseph's Benevolent ' - society minstrels are presented at the vPhil- . . - Tomorrow. Ladies' Auxiliary of South Eighth Street Friends' church meets in the church parlors. Christian Culture class of Baptist Jill Humors Are impure matters which the skin, liver, kidneys . aridj other organs can not takceare of wmibut help, there is such an accumulation of them. They litter the whole system. , Pimples, boils, eczema and other eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired feeling-., bilious turns, fits of indiges tion, dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors, overcome all their effects, strengthen, tone and Invigorate the whole system. I bad salt rheum on my bands so that I could not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and It drove oat tbe humor. I continued Its use till the sores , disappeared." Mas. Iba O. Uown, Kumford -Palls, Me. Mood Sarsaparilla promises to eure arid keeps tha premise church' holds 'a meeting: Tuesday club meets with Mrs. Cut- ier,- sduth ninth street. . -i. May "Festival? chorus holds a .re hearsal. :; . .. 1::;'- :4 -, -. ' .,Minstlersr will be presented at-the Qennett,,.,v ttuJfW I (4 vx- Wednesday. Missionary society of First M. E. church meets at the church. Wednesday Thimble club meets with Mrs. Ed. Cooper, south twelfth street. : ' Ladies' Aid society, of the Chris tian church meets. Duplicate Whist club meets with Mrs. Will Roney. Mrs. E. B. 'Grosvenor gievs a whist for Mrs. Baer, of Dayton Sorosis club meets with Mrs. Gehrinsr. Wednesday Society of First Pres bvterian church meets with Mrs. Schillinger. Merry-Go-Round club meets with Mrs. M'cGuire, south . nineteenth. street. Thursday. East End Whist club holds its meetim?. Drama, entitled, "The King's Daughter," at St. Mary's hall. Thursday Social club will be en tertained at the home of Mrs. Houts. Mrs. Grosvenor will entertain at a luncheon and whist party, given . in honor of Mrs, Bogue, of New York. U-go, T-go club holds a meeting with Mrs. .Johnson, south eighth street. : '. L. C. K. club meets with Miss Lin demuth, south fifteenth street. "A King's Daughter," dramatic entertainment at St. Mary's hall. Elks! club rooms. . I Phebe Stevens, Jessie Glassy 'Mattie Dancing pary in TfO. O.' F. hall. Johnson, Margapt filler Mary MeJ Ladies church Aid society of Grace M. 3Nd, U. T. Unqde, Anna Doughty, gives an afternoon social. ? CiUaDiU Yi"9W iSdgwick, "Mary I V 8atnriV.:&4 : i Mary WhitmkS-Wm -Bteth, Hid y Saturday. :$ ..Toujristgive tlan4ialrJbanquet Misses Anna Finf rock, Alvina Steen, it the home o-P-ro.,ud .Mrs. 'D. W. JTettie Elliott, Louise Boyd andKitu- Dennis, in West Kiehmond. rah "arsons. Open church , meeting'" at South Eiglith Street iFnends' ; church. Dance in I. Oi.0. F. hall.' ; GherrtyPecifbral rquletstlcWlne tBrosw." Doctors' ' hive known: ibis ' for 60 Vears. nil mo ha eaif . .C.Ay?CO I .. , , . - MtVWWU mi , Friday. Woman's Missionary society of the U. P. church meets with Mrs. Charles Bell, of West Richmond. ' Afternoon Whist club party at About three hundred invitations have been issued for a reception and dance to be -given at the Zuber-Man- The dance . given at the Coliseum ning Academy next Friday evening Saturday niiht lor J the benefit of the by the high school students. It is ex polo playere:mlh'ecity league teams pec ted that about fifty out-of-town was largely f attended and was quite guests will probably be present. The a success sbdallaiid financially, music will be furnished by the An About seventy-feve '.' 'coopies-: formed in person-Mitchell orchestra, of Indi- line for nine? : grand Umarchat eisrht anapolis.i-Muncie Star. , o'clock anf danced through la ' pro-1 'Several young society people of gram of soine:; sixteen VdancesT The this city have received invitations for tional colors' and flowers' and present ed a beautiful -appearance. ! ; .' . - . - v This History' Club held, its annual business meeting5 Saturday evening at the home;?ofMis8!'Ada-:adley, on north ninth street.yCThere was a full attendance df-members and the even ing was spent in the transaction of the business of the club.;; Tlie elec tion of officers; for the; year 1904-1905 resulted as fwollows: :y President Mrs. Delia Dougan. Treasurer Mrs. T. A. Mott. Secretary Mrs. Benjaniin Price. The business of the year just com pleted was cleared up and a short re- T . T iVC"'and crushed girdle luuuweu uy a general mscusisiou. I -, mi. - v. 3..: j. j. i-- 1. ly me nuu uecuieu 10 mase me vvorK for next year a study of Russia and the program will be ready soon. The past year's wox-k has been on "Hol land and Belgium" and the papers have without exception been very in teresting and instructive, such as to rive the members a. clearer idea of the people, country and events of both. One excellent feature of the year's program has been the stereopticon lectures given at Garfield for the members of the club and their guests. The lectures have been well attended and afforded a great deal of pleasure to those who heard them. The mem bers of the History Club tare Mes dames Delia Dougan, Lucy Coe, Rach el Scott, Elva Price, Cyrus Hodcrin, The marriage of Miss Emma Louise Beckett and Mr. Fletcher Horsley, of, Connersville, took place last week at theThonae of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bryant, some miles southwest of Richmond. The home was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and car nations and the ceremony, a beautiful and impressive one, was performed by Rev. Hansche. v The contracting parties mingled with the guests until the hour for the eeremony, when they took places and entered the parlor to the , music of Mendelssohn 's ' ' Wedding March. ' ' The bride was attired in a dainty gown of Persian lawn., with lace yoke in an old time e, and made a very attractive pic ture. There were no attendants and after the ceremony an elegant wed ding supper was served. The wedding gifts were many aud beautiful. Mr. arid Mrs. Horsley will make their home in Connersville and left for that place yesterday evening. Guests were present from Oxford, Connersville and Richmond. Serious Stomach Trouble Cured. I was troubled with a distress in my stomach, sour stomach and vomit ing spells, and can truthfully say that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me. Mrs. T. V. Williams, Laingsburg, Mich. These tablets are guaranteed to cure every case of stomach trouble of this char- NOBBY SPRING SUITS AND , . TOP COATS Our Spring Suits are decidedly well made 1 1. : 1 They contain all the qualities appreciated by good dressers. , . ' v - i " f - " 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 LOEHR & KLUTE acter. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, fifth and Main streets. Wanted 5,000 families to eat Ideal Bread. Apply to Richmond Baking Co. , ' That delightful flavor is the secret about "Ideal Bread," none genuine without the Red, White and Blue la bel.' Its equal unknown "Ideal." THE PLAT FOR GILLILAN LECTURE NOW OPEN AT WEST COTT PHARMACY. Miss Ideal is visiting in nearly ev ery home in Richmond. She has come to stay. Don't wait lor Decora tion Day bat order your Monumental work at once of Perry X. Wil liams, at 33 north 8th. Have your carpets taken up. cleaned and laid by the Monarch Laundry. - Overwhelming was the response to the grand Dissolution Sale Announcement. More people visited the Boston Store on Saturday, the opening day, than in any other two or three days of Boston Store history. From 7:30 in the morning until late in the evening, a pleased, happy and satisfied throng kept surging in and out. Every nook and corner of our establishment was filled with eager buyers. We very much regret that hundreds after waiting so long had to leave the store without get ting any attention. We want to say. to all such and others as well that the Grand Dissolution Sale will will be relentlessly and strenuously prosecuted to the end of the twentieth day, May 16th. Each day anew will the departments be searched for new and additional bargains. Remember everything in the store is reduced during this period. It matters not what you may want, if it is within our four walls it is vours at a Dissolution Sale Price. Some Items that were crowded out of the Big Page Ad on FRIDAY: EVERYTHING REDUCED Hosiery 9 doz. Ladies' Balbriggan Hose, for merly 25 and 35c. Sale price 19c. Lot .Children's black Lisle Hose., formerly 50c. Sale price 27c. 3 doz. Children's black hose, former-; ly 19e; Sale price 12Vc. Lot Infants black and tan Hosej?p? merly 15-25 and 35c. Sale pricetfk 4 Knit Underwear Lot Infants "Vests formerly 35 cents. Sale, price 19c. , Only 3 Jnfants Vests, formerly 12 cents.',;Sale pric 9c. Line Infants' Vests, formerly 75c, Sale price 49c. 27 Infants Cashmere Wrappers, for merly 35 to 60e. Sale price 25c. 51 Misses' Vests and Pants, formerly 15c. Sale price 10c. 6 doz. Misses Vests and Pants, for f merly 25c. Sale Price 15c : . 28 Children's Vests and Pants? for merly 20 and 25c. Sale price 15c. 4 doz. Ladies' Pants, small sizes, for , merly 25c. Sale price 15c. 9 4-12 doz. Ladies' Vests, high neck, wing sleeves, formerly 25c. Sale price 15c. EVERYTHING REDUCED 20 Ladies' Silk Vests, formerly 75c. Sale price 49c. 2 5-12 doz. Ladies' fancy Vests, 50c goods. Sale .Price 29c. . Lot Ladies' Union Suits, formerly $1 and $1.25. Sale price 73c. Ladies' Muslin " .ft... i - Underwear 38 Corset Covers, formerly 35 and 39c. ' Sale price 19c. Lot Corset Covers, formerly $2.00. Sale price 98c. Lot Corset Covers, formerly 25 and 35c. Sale price 13c. Lot Skirts, formerly $2.00 and $2.50. . Sale price $1.23. Lot Skirts, formerly $2.50. price $1.93, Sale Lot Skirts, formerly 75c. -) 59c 52 Children's Muslin Sale price 9c. Sale price Underwaists. Notions 20 pes. Plaid Ribbon, formerly 25c. Sale pnee 15c, EVERYTHING REDUCED 20 Ladies' White Chemisets, former- . Lot Cloth and Hair Brushes, worth ly 25c. Sale price 10c. I up to 25c. Sale price 10c. Lot Net Shopping Bars, formerly 25c. 13' Pocket Books, formerly $1.25 and Sale price 15c. Lot Leather Bags, Boston Cut, for ' merly 89c. Sale price 39c. 10 pes. Odd Vestings, worth up to 40c Sale price 10c. Ladies' Lace Lisle Gloves, black, grey White and mode, formerly 50c. Sale price 35c. Only 12 pairs Ladies' Driving Gloves, Worth up to $1.00. Sale price 59c. Lot Ladies' and Children's Hose sup- porters. Sale price 3c. 1.50. Sale Price 75c. Lot Side Combs, formerly 10 and 15c : Sale Price 5c 22 Pillow Tops, formerly up to $L00. Sale price 25c. " 12 pes. Percale, formerly 10c Sale price 7c. - ' - - . 18 doz. Napkins, assorted kinds, for merly from 75c to $4.50. Sale price 35c to $3.00 doz. Great Value. 10 pes. Table Linen, very cheap. Sale price 21c to 60c, Must be seen to be appreciated. The Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmines and Linings are the rmst A in Qf v rrr c-tt.. tt7- t r a c r- j -r;. r? station every purse, can reap a benefit in the GRAND DISSOLUTfON SALE 300 UUUU8C' luc dUU uc vcry G c m m m imd m o m m Yours Respectfully i i