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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1904.
FIVE Clements 6 6 ;H"1 'M-H-H.4 K - i"':"!":"! - !"! The breakfast morning by Mrs. Mrs. Roberts' at former in South party given this Walter Doan and the home of the Eighth street, was one of the most delightful affairs ot the season. The party was in the nat ure of a China shower, given for Miss Clara O'Neal, of Xoblesville, whose eiviarement to Mr. Earl Harold has been announced, the wedding to occur this fall. Several beautiful gifts were received. The home was decorated in a very pretty way with fall roses and nastnrtiumvi-ajri'anged so as to give fine etfects and the dining table,with its handsome appointments, presented a fine appearance. The guests ivere Misses Grace Ilobbs, Helen Hoover, Helen Howell, Elsie Marshall, Mary Lemon, Mary Hill, Ella Lemon, Hal sie, Harold Elma Dickinson, Alida Swain, Dora Ellis, Ellen Swain, Lucy Francisco, Martha ''Snyder,- Edith Francisco, Anna Horn, Martha Cad wallader, Clara Myrick, Maude Lamb, Daisy ; Thomas, Louise Ford, Alice Winder, Edith Winder and Miss Eliz abeth Doan, of Ft. Wayne, Mesdames Edgar Stranahan, George Ford, James Hiatt, Fred, Lemon and son, Master John, , Walter Carver, I. S. Harold and Edgar Mote. ' The Ladies Aid Society of the CJraee M. E. church has decided to postpone its regular Friday after noon socials until after the close of the Chautauqua. The next social therefore, will be 'given on September f), the exact place not having been de cided upon as yet. The Misses Friedley will entertain "the Young People's Missionary So ciety of the First M. E. church this evening at their home on North Tenth street. Miss Goodwin, of Indi anapolis, Avill address the meeting. A program of unusual excellence will be given. , Several social affairs have been postponed: from this week on account of the death of Miss Mamie Hill. N The Hale, Urton and Tuttle families of Indiana will hold a. reunion tomor i'oav at Muncie. Several members of the families from Wayne county will attend. ' -' '-" ' '., Cards were received by several fam ilies in this city this morning an nouncing the engagement of Miss Mary Gertrude Crull to Mr. Horace Townsend Sharp, of Anderson, the wedding to occur September 1. Miss Crull is very well known in this city, and several from here will attend the weddinar. The Dorcas Society will hold its annual picnic next Thursday, Sep tember 1, at 3 p. m., in Glen Miller park, the picnic having been postpon ed from this week on account of the Chautauqua. In the evening the mem bers of the society will attend a lec ture given at the Chautauqua. This outing is looked forward to with a great deal of pleasure by the mem bers and their husbands, all of whom ire expected to attend. The following two personals were taken from the Indianapolis Sentinel of yesterday: Miss Fannie Meyer, of n SlRichmond, Ind., will come tomorrow to visit her brother, Mr. Sol Meyer and Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. James Mcin tosh Judson, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ingram, has return ed to Richmond, Ind. Charles E. Martindale, of Newcas tle, entertained at euchre for Miss Viola Campbell, of Cincinnati, and Miss Edna Wentling, of this city. Twenty-four young people were pres ent and spent a pleasant evening. Light refreshments were served. Sev eral other social events have been ar ranged for Miss Wentling. Rheumatism Is one of the constitutional rvuavaaca. it maniieSiS KSeil jr irwii et MB 1VVUI CU1I ClII15f" inflamed joints and stiff muscles, but it cannot be cured by llocal applications. It requires constitutional treatment acting through the blood, and the best is a course of the great medicine Hood'sSarsaparilla Which has permanently Cured thousands of cases. tYar testimonials of rmAi-trsikL& - (cB4 for Book on Rheumatism. No. 7. v ! wooo co. LfOweu, Mass. - !"!"!"!' 'I"M-I Miss Hester Wiseman and Mr. Jesse Howland were married yester day at Milton, this county, by the Rev. G. Jensen, the wedding being a very quiet one, with no attendants. Mr. Howland recently completed his work at Ohio Wesleyan Collesre. He was principal of the Washington township schools for two years and his bride was then a pupil under him. Both Mr. and Mrs. Howland have a large number of friends in this city. They will reside in Plain City, Ind. Miss Amelia Kalb, well known in Richmond, was married yesterday at Indianapolis, to William Staple kemper. The ceremony, a very ela borate one, was performed in St. Pat rick's church. The Social Union Club of Cam bridge City held a delightful meet ing yesterday at the home of Miss Jennie McGrew, which was attend ed by some twelve members of the club. The afternoon was spent in a pleasant social way. A fruit lunch eoji was served at the close of the uJeeting, which was very enjoyable. f A' large number of society people from this city attended the elaborate party given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bundy, at Newcastle this week. The party, the Courier states, was the largest and most enjoyable social function of the entire year. Two hun dred and fifty guests were present during the evening. The parlors and dining hall were beautifully decorated with huge clusters of flowers. Cards and dancing were the features of the evening and an elegant two course luncheon was served. About twelve from Richmond attended. A wedding of interest to Richmond people was that of Miss Edna Slade, of Hamilton, Ohio, to Mr. G. W. Stroh, formerly of Richmond, which took place at Kokomo yesterday. The bride was attired in white silk and carried white roses. The ceremony was a simple one, and was followed by a wedding luncheon. Mr. Stroh has many friends in this city. Miss Elizabeth Doan, of Ft. Wayne is visiting here. , There will be an ice cream supper at College Hill school, district num ber 5, tomorrow evening, August 25. The affair promises to be a very en jovable one, and a large attendance is anticipated. The school building will be handsomely decorated. Mesdames Aiken and Brown, to gether with several other families,, making a party of fifteen, spent today picnicking in Glen Miller park. The day was very pleasantly spent. a Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Clevenger, liv ing near Muncie, were surprised this week by a large company of relatives and friends, who called in a body. At noon an elegant dinner was serv ed and in the afternoon the guests en joyed a picnic. Nearly a hundred guests, including William L. Hendrix, of this city, were present. Miss Zelia Cooper entertained at her home in Terre Haute last night for Miss Blanche Luken, of this city. A party of twelve spent the evening very enjoyably at cards. A light luncheon was served after the games. Miss Louise Woerner, of Eaton, 0., returned today after a visit with Miss Lillian Shofer. . The St. Rose Society of the St, Andrew's church will give a lawn so cial this evening on the lawn near the church. A large attendance of the members and friends of the church and the society is anticipated. Tomorrow evening, in St. Andrew's Hall the eSt. Rose society will give a card party. - Mrs. Knopf entertains ihe Tuesday Social Club this afternoon at her home. An informal party was given last evening at Cold Springs, near Milton, where the Chandlee camping party, composed of about twenty young peo ple, is now enjoying a delightful out ing. A large number of young people from thisc ity went over for the even ing and the affair was greatly enjoy ed. The campers will return home some time the latter part of the week. - For the first time in several weeks no house party is being given in the Morton homestead. The Thursday Whist Club has postponed its party for some time.' Miss Lucy Franciseo entertained entirely informally last evening with a piano recital at the home of Miss Laura Gaston, in South Seventh street, those present being Miss Fran cisco's immediate family and rela tives.'v Miss Francisco, who has been in Berlin for the past vears tudving under well known masters, has added greatly to the form and brilliance formerly attained by her, the numbers given displaying admirable technique as well as the more purely ornamental qualities of piano playing, several Chopin and Liszt numbers being given with great brilliance and color. Miss Francisco leaves shortly "for Wichita, where she is an instructor in music in the college in that city. Mrs. Alice Langden and Miss Ro wena Langden are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fletcher. The Misses Jessie and Elsie Beeler will be the hostesses for a house party for several days, given at their coun try home south of the city, for Miss Martha Muray, of Denver, Colo. The party will be composed of twelve girls and left today. Se vera 1 informal so cial events will be given during the coming week. Miss Laura and Miss Amanda Dun can, of Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting Albert O. Pierce and family of Greensfork. Miss Marie Connell, of Lafayette, who has been visiting Miss Gertrude Youngerman, is now with Miss Ger trude Graves. Indianapolis News. Miss Ruby Reed, of South Seventh street, is entertaining a house party composed of the following guests: Misses Mary Thomas, Louise Sum mers and Medora Hopkins, of Muncie, Luella Rider and May Jacques, of Knightstown. Several pleasant social affairs have been given by Miss Reed for her guests. This afternoon Miss Reed is giving a picnic in Glen Mil ler. FOR MEETING (Continued From First Page.) go a long, ways towards giving a good, hard start to the Republicans of the county. Many prominent Re publicans from all over the sixth dis trict will be present and the mee ing will be a "hummer." Officers and List of Committees. Chairman of meeting Hon. James E. Watson. Reception Committee Henry C. Starr, chairman; A. M. Gardner, John L. Rupe, Horace J. Baker, Hon. James E. Watson, S. S. Strattan, Jr., H. H. C. Hassemeier.. Republican County Central Committee John F. Fender, Abington town ship. Edmond E. Bennett, Boston town ship. Caleb J. Harvey, Center township. Barney Linderman, Clay township. Nelson F. Weaver, Dalton town ship. Cornelius E. Wiley, Franklin town ship. Oliver G. Davis, Greene township. Martin Coffman, Harrison town ship. Junius B. Knipe, Jackson township. Peter Zehrung, Jackson township. Park Gipe, Jackson township. Linley M. Pierce, Jefferson town ship. William A. Clements, New Garden township. Enos T. Veal, Perry township. William E. Booth, Washington township. Jonathan Coltraine, Webster" town ship. Jerome Shurley, Wayne township. John H. Rusll, Richmond, 1st' ward. Frank Fry, Richmond, Second ward. Edgar Norris, Richmond, Third ward. John H. Taylor, Richmond, fourth ward. Horace J. Baker, Richmond, Fifth ward. William H. Cook, Richmond, Sixth ward. George Matthews, Richmond, Sev enth ward. Vice Presidents. Abington township Will Robbins, Moses Mitchel. Boston township D. W. Shaffer, Joseph Brower, Elmer Hall, Joseph Powell. Center township Walter Com mons, John Smelser, A. B. Dunbar, Capt. C. B. Jackson. Clay township Albert R. Albert son, A. L. Kienzle, Abner D. Bond, W. L. Hatfield, A. M. Nicholson. COMMITTEES Dalton township J. C. Taylor, Samuel Dennis. Franklin township Albert Ander son, Wm. II. Wessler, Chas. II. Ad dleman, Nathan Grave, Cy rus C. Sax ton. Greene township Dr. W. M. Helms Linas P. Meredith, Wm. H. Jones, Wm. T. Blair, Frank S. Reynolds. Harrison township Robert Beeson, A. L. llebble, Wm. H. Wilson, Frank Work Jackson townshitwlienjamin Bak er, Hon. Philip. sT Binkley, W. A. Medsker, Harry Penny, A. W. Brad bury, Cyrus T. Swain, Dr. J. R. Mauk. Jefferson township Ed Porter, A. C. Walker, James Knapp, Andrew J. Simpson. New Garden township M. M. Lacy, Louis N. Hampton, Samuel Barnes, Oliver Thomas, Joshua B. Cheno- weth. Perry township T. E. Clark, Geo rge E. Cook, Charles A. Harris, Dr. J. B. Clark. Washington township Dr. I. F. Sweeney, Wm. A. Bragg, Charles Callowaj-, George A. Kelsey. , Webster township De Witt C. Jay, Arthur Palmer, George J. Paullin. Wayne township Nathan Garwood, Amos Henning, Nathan White, Uriah Norris, George R. Dilks, Harry Meek, Thomas Mertz, Richard Sedgwick, President R. L. Kelly, Solomon Mil ler, Frank J. Brown, John Vansant, John. W. Turner, Robert A. Benton, Isaac Dougan, James C. Horrell, Wil liam Spauldihg, John Lamb, Caleb King, Oscar Taur, Jr., Richard Da venport. Richomnd First ward Henry Scherb, Henry Greive, John Siekman, question of what safeguards the corn George II. Knollenberg, Dr. W. G.!Panies are taking to make sure that Huffman, Albert Morel. William II., the men are reasonably capable of Kellev, Jeremiah L. Meek, Louis A. performing their duties in a safe Knopf. Second ward Lee Rov Kellev. Aquilla Watkins, Elam Hill, John E. White, E. C. Dickinson, Victor Mal lory. Third ward Judge D. W. Corn stock, Benjamin Johnson, Lysander White, William Coggins, W. R. Woods, Fred Barton, Joseph P. II iff, Ed Cates, Asa Ogborn. Fourth ward Chat field Lancaster, Rev. II. C. Randolph, Joseph F. Row- lett, Clayton B. Hunt, Chas Beall, Dr. James E. Xorris, Alexander Green- hoff, John Kanseman, Timothy Nich olson, FrinK Neff, Ed Tomme, If. IT. MeeVhoff, Sr., John F. Banel, Dr. J. h. Taylor. Fifth ward S. M. Rutherford, J. Bennet Gordon, William Hartzler, Henry Kehlenbrink, Thomas R. Jes supj. Jacob Able, Charles P. Holton, Ira E. Baker, Wm. E. Russell, C. Jl. Unthank, Samuel Dickinson, Jacob V. Rowlett, Charles R. DuIIadway, Samuel W. Gaar. Sixth ward John F. McCarthy, Frank B. Owen, Theodore Ireton, Wm. J. Rhoads, Charles E. Shiveley, Harvey Brown, John Eggemeyer, E. G. Hill. John M. Westcott, P. W. Smith, Harry Simmons. Seventh ward Joseph C. Menden- hall,. Clark Walls, Russell Strattan, C. H. Little, F. C. Roberts, Carl Baker, Judge Henrv C. Fox, !. . Ridenhour, Walter Alexander. Finance Committee.' Henry C. Starr S. S. Strattan, Jr. A. M. Gardner. Omar Hollingsworth. Decorating Committee. A. M. Gardner. W. C. Converse. Cash Peck. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o s'Q"n,r KNOLLEN BERG'S STORE! 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INTERURBAN NOTES. , In the last few years we have seen many improvements and changes for the better in the operating methods of electric railways. Where a few years ago street railway companies were content with the passenger traf fic of our large cities and towns, we find them today, in many instances, 'reaching out and becoming active competitors of the steam railroads for long distance travel. This means that 'on many of our interurban roads cars jare run at a very high rate of speed as compared with that of several years ago. With the increased speed the responsibility ot those who man the cars becomes rreater, and with , u greater respons.oiiiues comes tue lit i ii 1 manner, i ne i.., u. oc n. win nave a instruction car to school employes. Governor of Ohio Discussed Railways. In his inaugural address, Myron T. Herrick, Governor of Ohio,- touched on the subject of electric railways as follows: "The rapid growth of inter urban railroads, street railroads and other quasi-public corporations, and the apparent demand for their en largement in the next few years, ren der it desirable that they shall be reg ulated and governed by wise legisla tion, that will encourage the invest ment of capital to the extent that it , is necessary to meet the aemanos and requirements of the public; that will j insure it protection when invested; that such corporations shall be so 'regulated that the public shall secure ' the most efficient service at reason able cost." Governor Herrick is in terested in several electric railways in Ohio, and the above views are in dicative as to how he will stand in the event of the passage by the State legislature of a bill providing for the placing of electric railway franchises matters in the hands of a special commission. ICE CREAM. ICES, Etc. 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