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BIOHZIOin) DAILY PALLADIUM. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1904. nvn T..TT..T..V?T!. JL By fJUarren i'4 Clements J Aftermath Program for 1904-05. The Aftermath Club, an afternoon Literary Club, has issued a very fine program for the coming-year. Architecture and Sculpture will be the 'subjects of the year's work, the works of Egypt, Babylon, Greece, Rome, "Italy, and the Renaissance being all topics for papers: . Program. Octobsr 11. 'President's Day; Hostess. Mrs. R. L. Kelly . October 25. Hostess - Mrs. Y. II. Middleton. Eryptian Architecture Pyramids, Temples Nellie B. Land Etrvptian Sculpture Sphinx, Gods, Obelisks, Status Phariba W. Stephens Conversation.' November 8. Ilufless .'. .'. .". .". Mrs. Mary Sutton Assyrian Architecture and Sculpture.. Nineveh Lida I. Mott Babylon Lizzie L. Brabbury Conversation. ' . , , . ; ti't&i'jJlili November 22. Hostess Mrs. L. C. Boyd Grecian Achitecture ; Doric Albina E. Jones. Ionic .. ..Mary S. Boyd Corinthian Alice F. Ross Conversation. November 29. Lecture on , Architecture Professor R. L. Sackett December 6. Hostess- . i 7 . ..v .Mrs. "W . F. Iliatt 'Grecian Sculpture ' ' Phidias, ,Setpasv Praxiteles ....Flora B. Hastings Other Gieelc Sculptors Frances L. Iliatt . Conversation! VJ December 20. Hostess ' Mrs- F. M. Clark Roman Architecture Temples, Colosseum, Tombs Mary L. Sackett Aqueducts, Churches, Palaces Julia W. Clark Conversation. January 3. Hostess , Mrs. W. E. Hasting Roman Sculpture .Anna W. Hut ton Roman Art Galleries Mary A. Wilcox Roman Fountains and Baths ... .. Mary Sutton Conversation. January 17. Hostess Mrs. T. J. Ferguson Italian"" Architecture Florence . . Mary W. Hunt Venice Anna II. Ferguson Pia . - Elidabeth W. Dalbey Conversation. ' ; . January 24! Extension Day .Mary S. Boyd; Phariba W. Stephens January 31. Hostess . .......................... ..... .Mrs. H. F. Dalbey Italian Sculpture Nicola of Pisa, Ghiberti, Donatello, Luca Delia Robia. .Cecilia R. Kelly Michael Angelo : . ....... .". I . .Mary C. Hiser Other Italian -Sculptors1 Vi .t. . .... r.V. v. :' ..Gertrude T. Hill Conversation. - " ' ' February 14. Hostess .Mrs. D. R. Ellabarger Gothic Architecture .... ... .... Peninah Moorman Celebrated Cathedrals and Churches of France, Germany and England ; Miriam A. Harrison Conversation. ' ''! February 28. Hostess .................. . Mrs. It. H. Hutton Spanish Sculpture : -Nannie S. Ballard German Sculpture Luella Ellabarger Flemish Sculpture Emilie Windle , Conversation. 1 "i I "if ' - - March 7. 1 (Business Meeting.) Hostess Mrs. W. S. Hiser March 14. Hostess .Mrs. B. F. Land English Sculpture . .. Suusanna T. Middleton French . Sculpture ....V .Lillian H. Reynolds Conversation. March 28. Hostess Mrs. M. F. Johnston American Architecture Edna R. Heironimus American Sculpture at the St. Louis Exposition ....Ella Bond Johnston Conversation. April 11. (Evening Meeting.) Recommended Reading. George Eber's "Hardo." '. Marion Crawford's "Zoroaster." . 1 ' ' ' ' '. . .! ! Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Marble Faun." Madame De Stael's "Corinne." Officers. President Emma S. Trueblood Vice president ' -Mary A. Boyd Secretary ........................... Flora B. Hastings Treasurer Anna W. Huttona Chairman of Entertainment Committee .Lillian H. Reynoldsll Several dinner parties were given by Richmond and Dayton society peo ple at Cedar Springs hotel last even ing, . the affairs, small and informal, being especially enjoyable. -t . . . ..' . ; Several dinner parties were given at the "Westeott last evening for out of town guests who are visiting in Richmond. An event of social prominence of the early fall is the marriage of Miss Mary Hill to Mr. Earl Mann, which will take place October 4. Saturday evening Miss Ruby Hasecoster enter tained a company in honor of Miss Hill at her home on East Main street the party being the first of the series of events to be given for Miss Hill. The house was decorated in a particu larly handsome manner with flowers, tastefully arranged, which gave- a very pretty effect The hours werenounced. Mrs. Gage will give a -K-H-J-H" M"M- H"li very pleasantly spent at cards. The guests were Misses Lucille Gaar,. Ed na McGuire, Ada "Weeghmati, Coral Hasecoster, Nellie Lowe, Mary Lem on, and Susan Noble, of Indianapo lis; Mesdames Charles JMcGuire, Frank Gilbert. C. J. Buntell, O. Gr Murray and Mrs. Lamb. Misses . Lucy Barnett and Susan Kelsey left today for Indianapolis, where they will be guests at a house party given by Mrs. Grace Porter field Polk, formerly of this city, at her home in Greenwood. Several so cial events will be given in honor of the house party guests. The engagement of Miss Grace Swadener, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Madison Swadener, pastor of the First M. E. church in this city, to Mr. Clarence- Dinius; has been an- kitchen shower forf the Ijride to be tomorrow evening. : Mr. and Mrs. Swadener will attend the wedding, which will be performed in Marion, the present home cf the bride to be, and the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Swadener.. A pretty early 'fall wedding was that of Miss Rose Schidell to Mr. George Holzbaeh, both of Hollands burg, Ohio. Several from here drove over to attend the' Avedding, as Miss schidell is quite wel known in Rich mond. Miss Harriet Overbeck, of Cam bridge City, sang the offertory selec tion yesterday at St. Paul's Episco pal morning service. Her selection was "Jerusalem," from Mendels sohn's oratorio of St. Paul. Miss Overbeck is a singer of great talent, and she sang the selection with much feeling. Her voiee is an exception ally fine one, with deep power. Miss Overbeck has spent some years study ing under the best of foreign instruc tors. Miss Katherine Elliott has return ed to Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Beck entertain ed a number of friends from this city Saturday eveuing at their home in Newcastle. Miss Edith Nicholson leaves tomor row for Ohio Wesleyan College, at Delaware, Ohio. A number of young girls surprised her Friday evening at her home on East Main street. Cards were the feature of the evening. - A dinner party atCedar Springs last night was composed of Miss Jen nie Robbins- and Messrs. James M. Gaar, Oliver Thomas and Milton Craighead. - " Mrs. Ed Hill and Miss Clara My rick wrill be hostesses Wednesday morning at the regular wbisj party, given at the County Club house for the members. A new German society, called the Nah Verein, held its first meeting last week with Mrs. Charles Hebbe ler, in North Eighth street. The new society will meet fortnightly, Mrs. Jahnke, of North Tenth street, being the next hostess. The feature of the; afternoon was needlework, and a guessing contest . was held. Eighf women compose the club. ' '''' . A most enjoyable affair was the outing given fay 'the Strollers, of Dayton, Saturday evening, 1th eV evenfcj uemg-gnen at me nome oi mr. ana Mrs. Long, on the line of the Dayton & Western trolley oad. A special car was chartered to convey the Strol lers and their friends to Mr. Long's where the evening was most delight-; fully spent. The yard was decorated with Japanese lanters, and presented a very pretty appearance. v Several Richmond society people were among the guests. Walter Cain has returned rom Pe toskey and Mackinac. The marriage of Miss Myrtle Hall, of Fayette County, to Mr. Claude Kemmer, of Milton, this county, was performed at Bentonville Saturday by Rev. McCormick, of the Christian Church at Milton. Mr. and,. Mrs. Kemmer Will make their home in Fayette County. Mr. Kemmer has a large number of relatives in this citv, several of whom attended the ceremony. The wedding was a very quiet one, only about fifteen relatives being present. The marriage of Miss Julia Ruth, of Shelbyville, to Mr. Daniel Wil liams, was performed by Rev. Price last week. The wedding is of great interest to Richmond people. Fortv-three members of the Trusler family held a reunion at the Fayette county fair grounds last week at Connersville the day being very pleas antly spent. Guests from this coun ty were Messrs. Thomas Trusler, Lin coln Guffin, Hibberd Trusler and fam ilies, Mesdames Sarah Trusler and Rheumatism Is one of the constitutional diseases. It manifests itself in local aches and pains, inflamed joints and stiff muscles, but 2t cannot be cured by Hocal applications. It requires constitutional treatment acting through the blood, and the best is a coixrss of the great medicine Hood'sSarsaparilla which has permanently curai inousanas of cases. For testimonials of remarkable cares 9m for Book on Rheumatism. No. 7. C L Hood Co., LoweO, Mas. Cur E Street Entrn ;e is ?ree From Obstruction. 11 As our improvements are rapidly progressing, Great REMQDELIM SALE increases. We are making new friends every day and adding scores of new custom ers by the extraordinary values we are giving. In making room tor the carpenters and masons we have been forced to crowd our stock into smaller space, and by the arrival of our new fall and winter goods are greatly hampered for room. We arc re lieving this congestion by sacrificing our profits on every article. AMONG OUR SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY WE QUOTE: An extra heavy union un ion unbleached Crash, worth 8c, for, per yard 61c A large size heavv weight Bedspread splendid 25.va!ue..SI8c 150 new pieces of comfort materials from 5c yd up IN OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT We offer Tuesday morning everything in short lengths, from 5 to 21 yard lengths, at less than n i 1 prices. Ella Mason, of Dublin, and Mrs. Ern est Keid, of this citv. . ' The golden wedding- anniversary of Mr and Mrs. John. Hiresy which was celebrated at their home in Laurel, south of Richmond, Saturday even ing, was attended by several old friends of Mr. and Airs. Hires, who reside in this eity. The house was decorated in a very handsome manner with yellow and white, golden-colored flowers giving the parlors a very handsome appearance. 'An elegant dinner was served. Guests from all over the State were present. Mr. and Mrs. George Doll enter tained the following guests yesterday at their home in Cambridge City, in jhonor of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Do'il, Who have been visiting at Cambridge City for the past few. days, and wrho returned last night to Shreeveport, La.-; Messrs. and Mestlames Robert Fisher, of Mt. Etna, Me.; Frank Doll, of Indianapolis, and James Doll and family, of Kokomo; Miss Irene Fish er, of Mt. Etna, Me. . Karl John Kepler left for Philips Andover Academy, Andover,. Mass., this morning. ' Two announcements which are of especial interest to Richmond society people, on account of the social prom inence of the families and the many friends of the persons in this city are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rey nolds, of Indianapolis, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gert rude, and J. Charles Seitz. The wed ding will take place in October. Mrs. Alice M. Hensley announces the en gagement of her daughter, Grace El eanor, and Harry F. Thomas, of Chi cago. The . wedding will take place October 11. Indianapolis News. A social will be given "Wednesday at the Fifth street M. E. church. Ar rangements will be completed at a meeting to be held tonight. Miss Mary Ellen Quigley, of Lewis ville, Ind., and Mr. John' Y. Bird, were married quietly at noon Satur day at the parsonage of St. Eliza beth 's church, in Cambridge City. The ceremony was performed in tht presence of only a few by Rev. Spell man. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bird have friends in Richmond. They will re side in Cambridge City. Miss Nola Ryan entertained with a series of parties last week at Muncie for Mr. Harry James, who left Mun cie, for Richmond, where he will re side. A hay wagon ride, a card party, an auto touring party, a Chinese tea party, and last evening a sleeping party, all given by Miss Ryan and other young women for Mr. James. Mr. James came to this city today, and will make his future residence here. Several Richmond people attended the large Thomas family reunion held at Pierson's Mill last week, represen tatives of this family from eight or ! ten counties in the eastern part of the State, including Wayne, being present. The guests had an enjoyable time. An elegant dinner was served THE RAILROAD STORE CO., Inc. Some advance numbers of Ladies' Suits at SPECIAL PRICES Large showing of special patterns in mannish suit ing in dress pattern lengths, in prices rang ing from $4.98 to $12 a pattern. - - - GAME & BROWN - - - under the trees in a grove near the mill, and was followed by a program of speeches. Mrs. Bert Gaines entertained a company of women last week at her home for Mrs. Gosling, of Cincin nati. Progressive euchre was the fea ture of the afternoon, played at four tables, and the prizes were won by Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Haseltine and Mrs. Youngflesh. A light luncheon was served. Roses were the favors for the afternoon. Invitations have been received by many in Richmond for the marriage of Miss Edna Louiek to Mr. Carl Not tingham, of Muncie, who is quite well i known in Richmond. The wedding I will occur at the home of the bride's j parents on September 22. Several . relatives and friends from this citv will attend the Avedding. i Miss Minnie Dailey gave an even ing party for Miss Sparks, of Sulli van, Indiana. Games were the fea ture of the evening and a dinner was served, the table being ornamented with Japanese bric-a-brac. Mr. Ivel ley, of Richmond, Ind., was among the out-of-town guests. Terre Haute Tribune-Gazette. ' The Prudential superintendents of the Richmond district gave a pleasant picnic at the Glen Saturday, about fifteen, with their wives and famil ies, being present. A dinner was served in one. of the groves in the rear of the park. The affair was greatly enjoved. a At the Fayette county fair, which was attended by several Richmond women Friday, Mrs. W. J. Harris en tertained a company of friends at a picnic. Many Richmond people were among the list of guests. A dinner was served at 1 o'clock in picnic style. Miss Lena Coffin entertained seven young people at her home Friday ev ening. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be leased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's 'atarrh Cure is taken internally, act ing directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby des troying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., ToIedo,Q Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Pure Cider Vinegar and Spices. It pays to use the best. Phone 292. 9-dxot Hadley Dros. M. P. S. Gieen Trading Stamps wiih every 10c . t - x. Id the interest krour 'tvJ! -a--1 For SCHOOL WEAR A good 15c value in boys' and misses' Hosiery all sizes, for, a The best looking, best wearing and best made boys' $2.50 School Suit in the city. Boy s hea vv school 4 na Shoes with cap VK"H JfV soles, $1 (0 value UmLmj) NOTICE To All Trading Stamp Collec tors. As announced some time, ago we give no trading stamps after Oc tober 1. "We would urge our custom ers to fill their stamp books by that time. If you buy your fall and winter shoes of us before that time you can do it. We have an immense stock of shoes and all kinds of fall footwear. NEFF & NUSBAUM ATTENTION, DRU IDS All members are' re quested to meet at lodcre , rooms Sunday morning at xo o'clock; also 3Ion f day evening at 7 o'clock 10 arrange lor parade. Mines V. Slmcoke, Sec! C, C. & L. New Schedule Most Favor able to the Richmond People. Under the new schedule there will be through cars to Cincinnati via C, C. & L. direct; also through car ser vice to College Corner, Oxford and Hamilton. The running time of all trains has been greatly reduced. Cin cinnati is now reached in two hours and five minutes. The north bound morning train now leaves at 7 a. m. a much more seasonable hour than here tofore. Don't let the little ones suffer from reczeina or other torturing skin dis eases. No need for it. Doan's Oint ment cures. Can't harm the most delicate skin. At any drug store, 50 cent. - Buy Vour Drafts 1 1 Cash Vour Checks Get Your Change Deposit Your V Funds at the Rational Bank Richmond, Ind. If we please you, tell others; if we do not, TELL US. A. D. GAYLE, Vice Pres't. . R. DcHADWAY, Cashier. F. M. TAYLOF, Ass't Cashier.