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niCmXOITD DAILY PALLADIUZX, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.
nvu I Clements . ? 1 JVJJ.' '' ' '" I ' i i i I i I H-H 1IHII:::IH 1XI M'frEftfl Tourist CI ib Program. ;TUe .Tourist Club is one of the most excellent, and exclusive, of the literary, clubs in this city. This years , program has to deal mostly with Jaan and the topics are such as will make for a good, general impresssion cK" Japan-in the. minds of the Tourist-. The program is a very timely one, with the Japanese war the center of world interest. The program for 1004-1905 is as follows: ', October 7. Origin of the Japanese: Folk-lore and Mythology. ..... .Mrs. Robert Kelly Discussion: Are Athletics in Our Public Institutions Overdone ..... .v. - Leaders : . . . ... ............ .Mrs. E. P. Trueblood, Mr. Howard Dill October 21. . ' Commodore Perry's Expedition . Mr. Walter S. Davis Put-Pouri: Our Experience at the World's Fair. November 4. Tin- Japanese People, Home Life and Customs, Status of Woman Mrs. David. Dennis Di'.'tission Should American Women Adopt a Conventional Dress f. .... . Leader: .................... .... Mrs. Lodvvick . ; November 18. Koiigioiis Prof. Elbert Russell Discussion: Some Event of the' Day- Leader . . . . Miss Ada Woodward .. .December 2. '- A Glimpse at the Arts of Japan;Trincipal Industries Leader: ..... , .................. . . .Mrs. Howard Dill Discussion: What is Man's Place in the Home? Leaders: ., ........ Mr. . L. T. Lemon and Mrs. H. R. Robinson ' December 10. Floriculture of Japan. Mrs. Walter Hutton T)iuission : Does a College Career Better Fit a Man For Business Leader: V. ...............; .Prof. Bobert.L. Kelly -, ' January fi. , Government and Laws of Modern Japan . .Dn Charles S. Bond Di.-ussion: Topic of the Times: Leader Mr John B. Dougan . ' January 20. Theatres and Amusements Mr. Robert Stimson Dieossion: Can the Tourists or Similar Organizations Have a Program of Interest Without Papers-Leader.... Mrs. Elbert Russell February 3. Education Schools and Universities... Prof E. P. Trueblood. Diussion: Can 'the Civic Improvement Association Accomplish any Defi-, . nUr Results? Leaders: ... .Miss Sarah Hill, Mr. W. B. Wood t-y..v. v. February 17. ' - '' A Trip to Nikko; Kiota and Its Temples; Osaka and Its Commerce. . . . .'. . . -.''.". ;... . ... . . . ... ; . . ... ... ..... '.. .V'.'. .Mrs. Jennie1 Yaryan Discussion : Are Women's Clubs Detrimental to Home Life? ....... Lladerjii .Miss Frances M. Robinson u-' fi , '- March 3. ..' . Mr. Robert Ferriday, Mrs. John II. Nicholson, Mr. Harry C. Downing a.id Mrs. Fred H. Lemon. i , ,tu ' March 17. Rupture With Chnia; Korean Question and Its Results Mr. Guy McCabe Discussion WThe. Needs of Richmond. ;..... -. Leaders i.:. ........Mr. Walter Hutton and Mrs. Charles S. Bond f . March 31. - " . ?.VV;- Noted Meibiodern Japan; Japan as a Military Power. ....... . . .vi . .V ; "..'..'.....I.'...... ......Miss Nora Robinson Discussion to be proposed and led by... Prof. David W. Dennis April 14. ' War iWith Russia .Mr. Stephen S. Strattan, Jr Conimxinication from former Tourists. ; April 28. '. . Annual business meeting. ' ' ' ' . Officers. President .... ........ ?Yi' . .". . . . Mr. John II. Nicholson Vice President . . ; Mrs. Robert L. Kelly Secretary ... ... ... ........ ..... . '. Miss Sarah A; Hill Treasurer .Mr. Fred II. Lemon Program Committee Mrs. John B. Dougan, Mrs. Robert Ferriday, Mr. Fred H. Lemon, Miss Sophia W. Marehahnt and Mr. John ILNicholson One of the important social events of the early fall will be the marriage of Miss Mary Hill and Mr. Earl Mann which will take place on October fourth. The wedding will be a very elaborate one, and the wedding cere mony will be performed at the church which will be gorgeously decorated for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Mann will reside in the new home on south twentieth street. , The young people are among the best known in' this city, and are greatly respected and esteemed bv their many friends. Miss Hill has been a verv successful teach er m the public schools. Several social affairs will be given from now until October in honor of the bride-elect many of Miss Hill's 'friends entertaining in her honor. . - Mrs. L. D. Stubbs returned from a visit in Indianapolis today. .- Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rutherford leave shortly for St. Louis. The .thirteenth-annual convention of the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Richmond " District, Sarsaparilla enjoys the iEs tinction of being the great est curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known. It is an all-round medicine, producing its un equalled effects by purify ing, vitalizing and enriching the blood which the health and strength of every organ, hosve end tissue de pend. Accept no substi tute for Hood's, but in sist on having Hood's AND iONLY HOOD'S. Methodist Church, was opened this afternoon, at one thirty, with a com munion service, conducted by Presid ing Elder George H. Hill, of this city. The sessions are held in Knightstown, and the convention, opening today, will close tomorrow evening, four meetings being held. A program full of interest to every missionary worker, and one that will give new ideas of the work to the women, will be given at these four meetings. Mrs. M. E. Haughton, Dis trict President of this city, delivered the opening address this afternoon, and this evening Rev. Madison Swad ener, of the First M. E. church, this citv, will speak. , In connection with the convention, a number of social features have been arranged. Several informal recep tions will be given at various places, and the social affairs promise great pleasure. A company of about twen ty of the prominent Richmond mis sionary workers left this morning for the convention. .:. The Christian Endeavor Society of St. Paul s Lutheran , church will . give a liar ride this evening to Chester. It is expected that between twenty and thirty young people will be pres ent;, 2 At Chester the feature of an enjoyable evening will be a marshmal low bake. The hay ride starts from the4 church on south seventh street. A social event of prominence at Chester was the marriage of Miss Ln ln E. Martin to Mr. James Webster of this city, which took place at the homestead of the parents of the bride. Rev. Harter performed the ceremony in the presence of quite a large num ber of relatives and friends of the bridegroom, among whom were a large number from this city. The nome was ueaumuin ucwiunvi "n.. arrangements of golden rod and fall flowers, and, made, aJhandspme,appearr ancW Potted 'plants were ' banted around the windows. About sixty were present. An elegant dinner was served in the handsomely ornamented dining room afterwards. - Miss Marie Peele entertained the following young girls at her home east of this city, at a very delightful evening party: Misses Etta Jones, Edith Taylor, Katherine Ret tir, Bes sie Jones, Ethel Taylor and Florence Corwm. Miss Lucy Barnett and Su san Kelsey acted as chaperones. The evening was spent in a particularly pleasant manner iu music, and in a social way. '' Miss Anna Hursting and Mr. Geo. Selm will .be married at St. Andrew's church September twenty-eighth. : Mrs. Fred Bartel will entertain the Dorcas Society Monday afternoon at her home on South Thirteenth street. The meeting, the first one held in several weeks, will mark the opening of another year in the history of the club! A fine program will be given. The members of the Society have done an unusual amount of work during the past 3'ear, and the yearly reports will be read Monday. The Spider Webb Sewing Club is the newest of Richmond's social or ganizations. The members are Misses Ada Thomas, Nettie Cook, Hilda Wer ner, Nellie Burton, Rose Brinker, Til lie Brinker, Carrie Schwegman, Gol die Taylor, Daisy Bennett and Thelma Thomas. .Miss Burton will be the hostess at the next meeting of the club, the object of which is social en joyment and needlework. Mr.: and Mrs. William Geathers, of Cambridge City, celebrated their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary this week. Four generations were present at the celebration. Both Mr. and Mrs. Geathers are in excellent health, des pite their old age. At the reunion a large number of their descendants were present, and many handsome gifts were received. ' At the golden wedding anniversary of :Mr. and Mrs. John Hires forty two relatives were present. At noon an elaborate dinner was served. The day was spent very pleasantly-Con-nersville Times. ! .. This morning at the Country Club was held the regular weekly whist party, which was attended by a good ly number of members of the club. The hours we spent very pleasantly at whist, and at the close of the games the winners received handsome prizes. Several guests of the mem bers wer,e present, : (Mrs. ;Ed-Hill and Miss Clara Myrick were the hostesses for the occasion. Announcement of the hostesses for next week will be made later. ... : Thei marriage of Miss Edna Louck and Mr. Carl Nottingham will take place tomorrow evening at the resi dence of the bride's parents, seveial miles southeast of Muncie. A wed ding dinner will follow the marriage ceremony and will' be attended only by the relatives cf the bride and groom among whom will be many from Richmond. Miss Louck is quite well known in this city. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Grace M. E. church will meet Friday afternoon in the parlors of the church and the session will be mostly a busi ness one, but a short program will be given. This will be the first meeting of this society in several weeks, the last two or three meetings having been postponed for various reasons. Mrs. Ada Wright and Miss Mollie Starkey, of Elwood, arrived last night for a short visit here. Mrs. L. D. Stubbs returned from Indianapolis last night, after attend ing the State Keramic Association meeting. Miss AJice Griffin is the guest of Miss Donlon, in Indianapolis. Miss Blanche Morris entertained last evening at Newcastle, for Mrs. Walter Cain, of this city, formerly Miss Eunice Tracey, of Newcastle. Euchre was the chief feature of the evening, and the games were enjoyed by twenty-eight young women. Ele gant refreshments were served in two courses. . Mr!, and Mrs. Cain, who are in Newcastle at present, will leave foiv Indianapolis, their future home, next week. Miss Alice Griffin, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Mary Donlon. A number of entertainments will be given in her honor, among them a theater party tomorrow niirht and a luncheon, for which Mus. William A. cVlsieJi will be the hostess. Indiana polis News. . . Mrs. Ralph Polk is entertaining a house party at her home in Grten-j wood.. Among .the guests are Misses Lucy Barnett and Susan Kelsey, of We Save , You Money THE RAILROAD STORE CO.. Inc. THE BUSY STORE The contractors who have charge of the remodeling of our store say JtUat it will take 10 days to finish all work to completion. ...This means Mad news for us and good news for you. For the balance of this week we will put the knife still deeper in prices in one grand rally to clean up all odds and ends that we have left from our August and September Sale. irnxror Odd and ends men's $6.00 to $8.50 suits $10.00 to $15.00 suits .... $15.00 to $25.00 suits children's $2.00 to $3.00 suits . boys' $5.00 to $8.00 suits . . . . (4 Ik it tt 11 $2.98 $7.98 $12 75 $1.19 $3.39 FURNISHINGS AND SHOES Men's 50c shirts 25c ; men's $1.50 to $2 shoes 98c Ladies' $1.50 to $2 shoes 98c ; boys' 50c shirts 19c CARPETS-All odds and ends of Carpets oae-third their value. Odds and ends about 10 doz. misses' l!c hose, 9c Odds and ends 18 pieces No. 40 ribbon, 7c yard Odds and ends dress goods 1 to 5 yard lengths, one-half price ALL NEW DRESS GOODS ON DISPLAY AT SALE PRICES. Buy Odds and Ends This week. .Open Tonight. GAME & BROWN TAKE E STREET ENTRANCE -Indianapolis News. Richmond Yesterday was. thec twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cochran, and a surprise was planned for them by several relatives at the. big country home of the Morey and Cochran families.' The evening was very delightfully spent by the guests. Hamilton Republican News. Mr. and Mrs. Cochran were until a few months ago, residents of this city. ' Invitations were received here yes terday for the marriage of Mr. Robert Charles, of Cincinnati, to -Miss Miri sim White, of Philadelphia, Both were formerly residents of this city, and are well known in Richmond, the wedding will take place in Phil adelphia. ' Three announcements of State wed dings that are of especial interest to Richmond people, on account of rela tives of the persons who live in this city are as follows: Elwood, Ind., C. G. Vance and Miss Lee Ellen Miller, of" this city, were married at the par sonage of the East Main street Christian church yesterday evening, by the pastor, the Rev. L. C. Howe. Elwood, Ind., Alva A. Buch, of In dianapolis, and Miss Ethel Whitcomb were united in marrige at the home of the bride in this city Alexandria, Ind., the marriage of Miss Louise Ranff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Ranff, of this city, and Fred G. Springer will take place at the home of the bride, September 27. For Well Drilling epS8ee W. S- HoNingsworth Of Lynn, Indiana. Have had tea years of pra tical experience in the business. Recently have bought one ot the best drilling outfits made anywhere. All work guaranteed to be done right. Phone io on 297 u. R. 33 $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- isting 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., Toledo,Q Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. NOTICE To All Trading Stamp Collect tors. As announced some time ago we v.ill 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. e have an immense stock of shoes and all kinds of fall footwear. NEFF & NUSBAUM . RAILROAD NOTES. . The Indianapolis & Eastern trac tion line is making about half as many stops in Greenfield and through the country as formerly, and has cut down its stops in small towns from two and three to one inan effort to save time. Although little has been heard - re cently about the Indianapolis, Win chester & Newcastle electric line, the project is said to be still actively con sidered. Charles S. Ilernly, who was the original mover in the project, has been in the East the last week, and it is understood that his mission was to consult with capitalists, who will fin ance the line. An additional survey was made out of this city the last week, connecting with the original survey west of the city. The difficul ty sought to be overcome is an en trance to Newcastle from the west, where hills" will make a line expen sive. This is the problem that both ered the Union Traction company 1 - - when the, survey was made for the proposed Anderson-Newcastle line some months ago. - To break the "hoodoo that seems to have been following him, engineer Ed Miller, who was in charge of train No. 20 both times that it was wrecked at Plainfield, within the last six weeks, has a change of trains at his own request. Hereafter he will have charge of Vandalia trains Nos. S and 29. Mr. Miller has been in the em ploy of the Vandalia for fifteen years. Engineer Starr, of the Vandalia line, who now has No. 20, says that a "hoodoo" has no terrors for him. Miller, who claims that he is not su Ierstitious, but merely wanted a change, wanted to trade locomotives as well as trains, but to that Starr objected. Your Stomach. When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich, sour stomach is likely to follow and espe cially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation. Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food. Masticate the food thoroughly. Let 'five hours elapse between meals, and when you feel a fullness and a weight in the region of the stomach after eating, take Chamberlain's Sto maeh and Liver Tablet and the sour stomach may be avoided. Fr.lsilerly A. Gl Luken & Co. and W;M Su2- hoff, Fifth and Main streets. Notice. C,i?S! ?. Boundary n of the Second. wvnih 8n? ,efnteenth precinct of W ayne township. WnynecountT, Indiana ?oT county at the,r regular June Term. SECOND PRECINCT. All that part of Wayne Township hound ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner of section 10, township 14. rnrt?-i.8t 1,1 Wayne county. H tarn of .aiibn.i;e Mest the line of the north fcide of Wayne township to the north west corner of said township; tnence south along the line between Wayne and Wet. ster townships to the southeast corner ot jLf.iT. townllp; thence east along the section line to the west fork of the White- rif rl-e&Khhence 8.uth a,on t,,e et TOrK Ol IDA Whltourafar r1 . . i... ,tion line on the north side of the town of i spring roye; thence leastwardly with the corner1 f6 pi"!"g "roJ6 to northeast i n,I1tr ,8a,d Lown; thence south along 1 he east line of Bprlng Grove to the north . line of section 83, township 14. range I. west : thence cast to the middle fork of White- ?Arle.Ke; n north along said middle forklo the point where the said middle fork crosses the north and south half section line In section stt, township li, ranee l. west- thence north to the Inters, ctlon of the half section line In section 18, township and fJV? aore8al(l ; thence east along the half section line to the middle fork of the Whlte rLerT.er; th?ce north alonR said middle .-A.....T r ' ""cio n.c hiu nuaaierorK crosses the fine on the east sld of said) section i.?wn",h,pI4ran8e -.et: thence north to the plae of beginning, shall constitute one voting precinct, and shall be known as the Second Precinct of Wayne Township. HIXTEENTH PRECINCT. All tbst part of the Third Ward of the rl'y of Kicbmond described aa follows: lieKinniuc at the northwest corner of said Third Watd; theme outh along the middle of the west fork of Whitewater river to its confluence with White water river; tbence along Wbitewster river to 1 .al,!084 Dr,d&e: thence east to the middle of north Thirdtreet: thence north, northeast and east .with the middle of north Third street to north Wxth street; thence eat and southeast 'She middle cf north fclxtb street to the n iddle of north F street; thence east along the midtjeof north F street to Fort Wayne avenne lenceJn?rth.e"8t alon Fo" u'ayne atenne to the middle of north Tenth street: thence north with the mid-lie of north Tenth street to tbe corporation liDe between the city of K chtoond and tbe town of Spring Grove; tbence wt with the corporation line to tbe place of bejriiinina, ball constitute one voting precinct, and shall be known as and called the Sixteenth Precinct of Wayne Township. SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT. All that part of Wayne Town' hip dencribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point where t e middle of north Fst-et intersects north Twelfth street; running thence north alour tbe middle of north Twelfth street nd tbe Middlebor.. turn pike to tbe line on the north side of section 3.1, b.wn&hfp It, ramse I, wet; tbence west along the north line of said section 33 to the southeast corner of the town of Spring Grove; thetwe north along thee st line ol said town o' Spring Grove to the northeast corner of sid Spring Grove: tbence west along the north line of Ppr ng Grove to the west fo k of Whitewater river; tbence south along W et Fork of Wbite w.iLnver to the utbwestcoroerof the town of Spring Grove; tbeme east along ibe line be tween Spring Grove and the city of Richmond to themlddleof north 1entb street in the city of Richmond: th.nce south alorg tbe middle of north Tenth street to the midlle of north F street; tbence east along the middle of north F "reet to the place of beginning, and including all of the town of Spring rove and a part of the Third Ward of the city of Richmond. bal con stitute cue voting precinct, and ball be known s and called the seventeenth Precinct of Wat ne Township. MILLINERY OPENING. The ladies are cordially invited to attend the fall and winter millinery opening of stylish dress hats at lira. A. Brehm's, 41 North Eighth street Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. 20-2