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momioin) daily palladium, Friday, September 16, 1904.
FIVE X By CXiarrcn, X X Clements rr& Tf 23 1LM -H 6 "" 05 , Of) K"H"H"I"I I - HTl1: ' Thi reception and dance given at the Country Club last evening by the members of the Club to the visiting golfers and;ptler guests who are here, attending the" state meet of the Indiana Golf Association, was a sue- oessful and delightful affair in every way. The club-house was elaborately decorated for the time" of the golf meet before the advent of the visit- ors aiul at i fid emoeuisameuis weie , made for last evening's function. The walls of the club house enclosed in the veranda were draped in flags, with porcelain wall 'pockets .-'.filled with white and yellow asters; great bunch es of golden-rod were fastened to the veranda posts, and immense bou quets of yellow daisies ' and other autumn tield and garden flowers were placed about with decorative effect. The chill night air was shut out by the windows which enclose the west porch for winter dances, which obviat ed the discomfort which would other vifeu have been caused by the unsea sonable cold. Runge's full orchestra, stationed part of , the time on the veiauda and? ftftfcir ratdl in the houses on account of the cold, furnished mu sic for the dances land a light lunch was served in the dining room, the col lation being madefnp:, of cake, icer cream, sweets -anti coffee. There were about one hundred and twenty-five a' . present, about half of these out of town people, some seventy-five mem bers of the club being in attendance. The members of "the entertainment committee of the Club, appointed for the year, with the special reception committee, acted as hosts and hostess es aud'the affair was very enpoyable in a general fashion as well as a-pleas-nrable "dancing party. This was the special social, event of the meet altho' there are to be small dinner parties throughout the ' tithe .the. visitors are here aild other forms of entertain ment of: a various character. The f other guests of the Country" Club 'are "served luncheon and dinner in the dining room of the club house eacy Hay, dinner at.' six o'clock. ?One hundred were served in this manner yesterday by the new caterer of the Club, this adding great ly to the attractive aspects of the meet. Misses j-Yirgie ' Kuth and u oldie Brown, of' Baltimore. O., visited Mr. and Mrsf'D. IT. Kuth yesterday and attended the Christian Endeavor So cial at Allen Jav's last evening. , Dayton; O., September 16. (Spe cial ) Miss Edith Thirkfield and Mr. Oliver Sipe were married by Rev. Mc Cabe last evening. Both are 'popular young people of . this city. Relatives from Hamilton, Springfield, Cincin nati. Xenia and Richmond, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Sipe have many friends in Richmond. Miss Lillian Shofer was the guest of Miss Louise Woerner, at Eaton, yesterday. a Mrs. II. P. Owens and daughter were guests at Indianapolis yester day.' Miss Mary McCarthy is visiting Eaton friends. A delightful double surprise was After Dinner To assist digestion, relieve distress after eating or drinking too heartily, to prevent constipation, take Hood's Pills Sold everywhere Visit the busy store Saturday That's us. Saturday Special Clothinrf lures ana overjjmius. uur jfouus are "snappy" styles and properly tailored. We control the sale in Richmond of the celebrated Ilenrv T. Brock & rv TT;rt fo.wmt,;r "Tn ct?t? twt?vp qthtc mo.xto tA BUY." UTTV " .1. Suits in Richmond ituuuuuicny snow Richmond ; ,Bnng the money to buy all his school books. Men's Pat, Colt Shoes, guaranteed, Saturday . . . . ... .$298 Men's New Dress Shoes, guaranteed. Sat. $2.50, $2.98, $3 50 Boys' School Shoes, guaranteed. . . $ .48 Ladies' American Girl Shoes, guaranteed . . . .... . . . S J .98 JL - or e ! l-I-I-I- -H-H I-1"1-;I"I"I-H"I- . . : ". perpetrated on Mr. George Gienger and daughter, Miss Sophia, of near Dayton, this week. Anelegant dinner was served at noon and a watermelon luncheon was an enjoyable afternoon feature. Messrs. Salvaster Young, Will Stout and Walter Puterbaugh,of this, city, attended the affair. They returned to this city last evening. ; iuiss tora iiuwre and Air. oimon Wiltzon were married in this city Wednesday evening, at the home of a friend, which was. prettily decorated for the event. A pretty romance is connected-with the wedding. 5 A pleasant : reunion, attended by Richmond persons, was held at the home of the Felts, near Newcastle. Members of the reuniting family were present from Fortville, Honey, Creek, Newcastle, Indianapolis and Rich mond. A social hour was enjoyed at the close of last evening's session of the delegates to the Church of Christ con vention, held in the Christian church in South Tenth street. The time was very, pleasantly spent in music and in a ' social way. Refreshments were served. ' The marriage of Miss Nellie Dimiek to Mr. Arthur Demree occurred at Dublin this week, the announcement of the marriage coming as a surprise. The wedding was performed quietly at Indianapolis this week, and the announcement was not made; until later. Thee young couple; both; of whom are well known in this city have gone to St. Louis on their bridal tp. : ...... :,.:;.';,,,'; A party from here attended a re ception held yesterday evening by Mr.and Mrs. George Miller, at Indi anapolis1 the affair being given in honor of the celebration of their fif tieth wedding anniversary. The rooms were decorated with flowers, elegantly an-anged, and many and handsome were - the gifts received. Mr. and Mrs. Miller were married in Dublin, this county, and lived in' Wayne county for many years. A party of their old friends from here attended. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are both iai fijie lieaitW The Indiana State fair attracts large numbers of Richmond people each day. A party of six women, and a party of four spent yesterday in Indianapolis, attending the fair in the afternoon and Ben Hur in the evening. Miss India Van Dusen, of Pitts burgh, is visiting: in this city. '..- The Missionary society of the First English Lutheran church met this week with Mrs. "William Fledderjohn, in South Twelfth street. The after noon was very pleasantly spent. The Christian Endeavor Society of the East Main street Friends' church held a very delightful social last evening at the home of Rev. Al len Jay in West Richmond. About thirty young people were present, and the evening was pleasantly spent in the enjoyment of social features. The annual election of officers was held, resulting very successfully. The Christian Endeavor society will hold another social iu the near future. Miss Tenia Leona Page, of Marion, who lias a large number of relatives and friends in Richmond, was married yesterday to Mr. Ernest Gamble,, of 11 HE .RMLeOAD Oar advance, styles of Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats are all in. We show all the new mix tures and overplatds. Our jjoods are "snappy" styles me larRcsi sou uiusn. cuiupicuc unc 01 uoys boys down tomorrow and let us save you t i J .... i. 1 i . r x, Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Montptlier. The announcements of the .-wedding were received in this city by many, and much interest was felt' in. the marriag-e. Miss Page is a .harming- society girl of Marion, and, is noted as an accomplished vio linist, who , has often been heard here. Miss Alvina Haar and Mr. Leonard Sf-hivab, of Quincy, . Illinois, were 'married yesterday at St. Stephen' ureh, n Hamilton, Ohio, where the brule resides. The church, beautiful- ly decorated with flowers for the oc casion and elegant as to appointments was filled with a large number of friends of the bride, the wedding be ing a society event of prominence. A violin, obliga to was played during the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Schwab stop ped here en route to Quincy and an informal affair was given by local rel atives. , - . ..- Mrs. C. A. Pierson was in Indiana polis yesterday. . At the home of Mr. Oliver Hadden, on Hunt street, West Richmond, the marriage of Miss Pearl Fetters to Mr. Edward Gehtge was performed by Rev. W. H. Peiree on Wednesday af ternoon. of this week. Flowers, an ranged in clusters, ornamented the rooms, and banks of palms were plac ed in the parlors. Both of the young people are popular and highly es teemed by their many friends. - o Mrs. D. W. Burgess was the recipi ent of a pleasant surprise party given by her children who entered quietly and gave a large dinner for their mother. The occasion was Mrs. Bur gess' birthday anniversary. The even ing was spent in a social way by the guests. " .'The Missionary Society of the Whitewater Friends "church held its monthly meeting this week with Mrs. Kelly. : An t'erfcelleot program con sisting of strong articles "and talks, was given by the members on various points in missionary work. On Wednesday evening at S:30, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer, their beautiful and accom plished daughter, Harriot, and Bert Mullin, one of Rusliville's ! ag gressive young business men, were united in marriage in the presence "f a number of relatives and a few in timate friends. Rev. T. H. McDon nell performed the ceremony in an im pressive manner. The ring ceremony was, performed and took place in the parlor before the mantel, which was beautifully banked with pahns. Miss Anna Ross, of Richmond, presided at the piano and played a beautiful weitcfirig march from Lohengrin as the bridal party came into the room,- and "Wayside7 Oiapel '.' during 'the .cere mony, Rush ville . Republican. " -s One of the small dinner parties giv en at the Country Club last evening was made up of Miss Juliet Robbins and Miss Jennie Robbins, of Detroit, and Mrs. yott McDonald, of Rich mond, Virginia; Mr. Frank Braffett, Mr. Griffith Ellis and Mr. E.F.Fitch, of Chicago. Miss Juiet Robbins re - turned to Detroit today instead of ! yesterday, staying over for the golf games. To All Trading Stamp Collec- tors. As announced some time ago we NOTICE v.ill give no trading stamps after Oc- One must go and see for themselves to tober 1. We would urge our custom-1 appreciate it. It is really a wonder ers to filltheir stamp books by that ful show and is an education in itself, time. If you buy'your fall and winter Many other attractions, such as the shoes of us before that time, you can do it. We have an immense stock of shoes and all kinds of fall footwear. is EFF & .NUSBAUM Pure Cider Vinegar and Spices. It pays to use the best. Phone 292. Q-dxot Hadley Bros. Saturday Special DRY GOODS Special showing of all the new creations in Dress Goods for Satur day, Everything that's hew and gcoi you can find here. Just now we are making ridiculously low prices on all stap'e Dry Goods to get out of the road on account of being damaged by dust and plaster. .If you need Cotton BHnke.s. 'Muslin, Ginghams, Outings, Calico, Domtts, Dress Goods' see us Saturday. . , , ocaooi enough OhIIVEIE & BROW3ST GREAT BDIDT ANIMAL SHOW COSTLY COLLECTION OF KINGS OF THE FOREST BEASTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS The Jahr Market Week Will Be a Eig One in Richmond The Vot ing Contest. Without doubt the greatest feature which will attract the attention of the entire populace during Jahr, Markt week here, will be Colonel! Mundy's magnificent trained wild an-j imal show. Never in the history of ; these exhibitions has as much money and attention to detail and manage ment been given as has been vested in this one marvelous array of animal aetoijs.. Brought from every part of the world, where the most dangerous most expensive and rarest specimens of these beasts predominate, their training to the point of almost hu man intelligence has been accom plished only after the death of several trainers and the ever winnig effort of keeping at it. Colonel P. J. Mun dy, who is himself one of the best trainers known, has made a careful study of the selection of the beasts in dps zoo, and can lay claim to hav ing he most complete trained animal exhibition in America. Nearly all animals are clever dissemblers. Lion tamers nd trainers of other feline ani imals have to be constantly on their guard against trickery. Because a lion purrs and wags his tail and per mits the trainer to caress him is no proof of docility or friendliness of the beast. The animal recognizes the su periority of the man, and the fact that punishment may follow an exhi bition of bad temper, and no human machiavelli could better dissemble his real ' feelings or veil his treacherous designs. Every trainer appreciates this and konws that the slightest care lessness or neglect may result in death or serious injury. Schley and Dewey tw oof te largest African lions in cap tivity and members of Col. Mundy's big zoo last winter in Houston, Texas, gave proof that there is, however, rare instances of true friendship. Just before ' the opening of the evening performance, McKinley, the big Asiatic lion attacked his keeper, Ri cardqf, throwing him to the floor. For an instant it seemed as though nothing could save the man. At his first outcry a dozen employes grasped any weapon available and rushed over t(y tlle bitr st(?el area, but their services ,were not needed. Schley and Dewey , Knth snmnrr nnnn (biv anw mate. fastened their teeth in his neck and literally dragged him from Ricardo's body, giving him a chance ta regain his feet, and a moment later with the assistance of two other keepers he made McKinley cry for quarter. I The public can get no comprehensive j idea of this marveous exhibition from reading descriptions in the papers. Royal Hippodrome, Creation, Lotta, Laughing Gallery, Cave of the Winds, Loretta, The Centaur, Vienna glass workei-s. etc.. are well worth half an hour's visit. ' Balloting for Queen yesterday re sulted as follows: Miss S'ihi, first. , Miss Weishaupt, second. STORE GO Miss Van Nuys, third. Mis Decker, fourth. Miss Taylor, fifth. Miss Brown, sixth. Miss Stiveson, seventh. Miss Urban. eirhth. SOUSA CONCERT Important Information for Richmond Patrons at the Coliseum. Seats will be reserved at the Coli seum Saturday morning.September 17 for ticket holders only. Tickets are on sale by the Starr Piano company, Jones Hardware company, and at the bookstores of ( T. Moorman. Morris &Co., Nicholson & Bro., and W. H. Bartel. Large parties are coming from all surrounding tnwiw. The New Paris agent reports .V) or 40 and so large a number is coming from Greenville and New Madison that a special train has been arranged for them. Rich mond patrons who wish to take ad vantage of the first chance to reserve seats must buy tickets iu advance and be inside the Coliseum before the doors are closed at S:05 a. in. Those present at that time including prox ies for out-of-town ticket holders will draw numbers to determine choice of seats, as was'done for the May Fes tival. Later arrivals will be given consecu tive numbers and admitted to the building when the drawing is complet ed. Tickets must be procured else where as none will be sold at the Coli seum until all who received numbers have been served, and not before noon in any event. Doors will be open at 7:30 a. m. Fighting Fever. The norma temperature of a healthy person is about 08 degrees. In many illnesses feverish conditions compli cate the disease, and the fever must be allayed before any other treatment can be effectual. Phen-a-mid is the best, remedy in the world to employ in "all varieties of fever, reducing the temperature more quickly than anything else known to medical science, and with perfect safely. Physicians are very conservative and never endorse a remedy that is not found safe and efficient from their own experience. The antipyretic (fever, allaying) action of Phen:a-mid is so prompt and effectual that it is prescribed by doctors and used in hospitals. Phen-a-mid is a safe remedy and may be taken by the most delicate. It neber depresses the heart nor upsets the stomach. Phen-a-mid, the great pain destroy er, is a sure specific for feber and for all forms of pain, including headache, rheumatism, neuralgia, la grippe, etc. 25 cents, a bottle at all druggists, or by mail from the manufacturers, Os-born-Colwell Co.. 46 Cliff street, New York. 4 HI-. TDFATC OIIPOCCCITIII I V n forms of Chronic DImm that at eorftbl HE TntATo oUUULoorULLT diseases of the throat, lungs. kii S EYS LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and alt DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, EnileDev (or falling flte), Cancer, Scrofula; Private and Nerrona Diseaees. Femato Diaaaa, Night josoeg. Loss of Vitality from indiacretiona in Jlcaration of the Kectnm, witnout aetention irom ouBinePB. RUPTURE POSITIVELY CUBED AND OUABACTEED. It '"HI be to yonr interest to consult the Doctor If you are offering from ciaeaae. And if he cannot cure you he will tell you o at once. Remember the time and place. Will return every four weeu. 3ffice and Laboratory. Ho. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET. RICHMOND, l'!D, Incorporated Saturd'y Special Ladies Suits, Wraps and Carpets We'll show Saturday thirty new styles in Ladies' Tourist Coats the new effects in Ladies Suits. Special Saturday prices throughout our entire Carpet and Drapery Department It's eav work to buy goods here. Our prices do the work. fyf vv&. X wrf- :-J55 Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice- Templar, Independent Order Good Templars, of Silver Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. Dear Mrs. Ptxkha.m Four yean ago I was nearly dead with inflamma tion and ulceration. I endured daily untold agony, and life was a burden to me. I had used medicines and washes internally and externally until I made up my mind that there was no relief for me. Calling at the home of a friend, I noticed a bottle of Lydia IS. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. My friend endorsed it highly, and I decided to give it a trial to see if it would help me. It took patience and persevcrence for I was in bad con dition, and I used Lydia 12. Pink barn's Vegetable Compound for naarly five months before I was cured, but what a change, from despair to happiness, from misery to the delight ful exhilarating feeling health always brings. I would not change back for a thousand dollars, and your Vegetable Compound is a grand medicine. I wish every sick woman would try it and be convinced." Mrs. Ida. Iiaskell, Silver Lake, Mass. Worthy Vice Templar. Independent Order of Good Templars. $SOOO forfait tf trlflmmt Story of the Money Comb Candy. A Delicious Confection Come to vour city. You will always know me after you once tfste me, I am all t e rage in the East and West, where I have been for some time. Just eat me, and vou will then understand mhy I am I pronounced "simply delicious," and will cot wonder why you want more of me. I am the purest and most wholesome piece of candy on the market. There is only one firm in this country that can make me Every other firm who have tried to make me have given it up. I am for sale in your city at the Bee Hive Grocery To ALFORD SELLS DRUGS FOR LESS DR J. A.WALLS the; SPECIALIST At home office Monday, Tuesday, Fri day and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One month's Treatment FREE ! youth or maturer years, rues, Vistula, ruaur mam Out' of the high rent district and Green Trading Stamps Free PLEASE TAKE E STREET ENTANCE