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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1904.
PAGE FIVE 4. X"IvI"I"I"H"H'H"I,,I,'I''I"I' One of the last receptions of the social season was given at the home , of Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Jennetb in K3tAIain street last evening. Over l,. linn.lrwl renn et attended nie ree reception during' the evening. in the way of : entertaining the guests the reception was novel. As the giests entered the first floor they 'were prevented with a card which ral, "A hand out'," signifying that thev were entitled to luncheon during tie evening. The dining room, where ti e lunclieon was served was decorat ed with chrysanthemums and smilax. O x the second boor the guests were greeted by a number of young la dies dre.-.-ed in the national costume of Japan, the young ladies bting Knby TIasecoster, Rose Oennett and ) nothy Vaughan. A large pipe or V;m was on this floor. On the third floor tie guests iecfived a card wlri was entitled, "Fresh from the Pike" and everything on this floor was to represent something from that well known World 's Fair promenade. A number of the novelties, from the World's '-Fair were introduced on this floor. Those in charge of the third floor were all boys. tf- Married, Inst evifcnng, at the home -of' tlie bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. iard, four, miles southwest of Rich mond, James O. Rea and Josephine R. (Jard, by the Rev. M. S. Marble, Vf (irac M. K. church. The newly married couple will reside in West Richmond, Mr. Ra is a skill-M work man in the KramJr Manufacturing company's plant and the bride is a popular young lady. The wedding occurred at o'clock. An elegant supper was served. . J -X- On' Friday evening, October 2S the ladies of the -Flower Mission will give a charity ball al the Coliseum for the benefit of their organization, 'which . is cue of the most worthy charities.. in this city. This ball will be on?) ot the swellest society events of the -eason and it is expected that the large building will be filled with society people"' on this occasion. Tickets, each good for two admis sions at the low price of fifty cents, were -'placed on sale, yesterday and the lados are bavins no. trouble in tlisnosinjr of them. The Flower Mis sion is indebted to the courtly of the Republican County Central Com mittee for the loan of the Coliseum on the ev ining the ball is given. - ' Barrett Simpson. The marriage , of Miss Mae Fern Simpson and Mr. Richard Roy Bar rett, at rhe home of the parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Martha Simpson, 2019 Xorth Alabama street, last evening, was performed in a floral setting of white chrysanthemums and ferns, the latter in compliment to the bride's name, and the other rooms were trimmed with yellow and white chrysanthemums, those being the Earlham college colors, from which the brid.? and bridegroom were both graduated.-' The 'bridegroom 's gift to his bride was a diamond pin, which she wore. The. ceremony was pronounced at S o'clock by Prof. Russell of Earlham college in the presence of a large as semblage of, relatives and friends. The bride entered with her cousin, Mr, Harry Alford of Richmond, and the bridegroom with his best man. Mr. Percy Barrett of Cincinnati. The bride's attendants were Mrs. Henry Wall, a bride of last week, who wore her wedding gown, a lace robe, and Miss Lura Harold, Miss Eleanor GrafTerty. Miss Flora Lewis of Sa bina, O., and Miss Grace Arthur of Springfield, who were- dressed in pink crepe and carried white chrys anthemums. The bride's gown was C velvet chiifon over taffeta, with garnitures of hand-made lace; the veil was caught with lilies of the val- lev and ih shower . bom i net was off the same flower. The wedding music was'-plaved by an orchestra. ror ilie wedding supper the bridal I parthad a table canopied ,with yel-1 low !'and white chrvsanthemunis. The other guests were seated at small ta bles. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett went to their home in Norwood, O.. last night. The home and furnishings were the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. In dianapolis Star. Easy to Take Easy to Operate iJOvause purely vpiMhMp yet thor t&H, prompt, healthful, satisfactory I - !"H"I"I"I,,I,'!"I"I"I"I',H"I"H"I' Mrs. Marietta Overman, Lavinq, II. Baily and Mrs. Davis; president' of the local Frances E. Willard W. C. T. IT. leave today to attend the oiaie i onvenuon in session at uoi umbus, Indiana, today and continu ing until October twenty-fifth. 55- Mrs. Walter Dalbey has returned from Greenfield, Indiana, where she enjoyed c pleasant visit as the guest of Mrs. Benjamin Cuyler. VT fc V The Ladies' Aid Society of the first Presbyterian church will meet in the church parlors this afternoon at two-thirty o'clock. A large at tendance is desired. The Frances E. Willard W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting this after noon at Rhoda Temple at the usual hour. Owing to the necessary ab sence of a number of the members in attendance at the State Convention in Columbus, only a few items of any special importance are expected to come before the meeting. IT V. V. Misses Elsie and Jessie Peeler will entertain the Buzzers Whisf Club at their home in north Twelfth street. This wiil be the second meeting of this favorite club of young society leaders-and promises to be a very en joyable one. The Athenae Literary Society of South Eighth Street Friends' church will be entertained at the home of Lowanna Wood, 20 south Seventh street. The program as published will be followed consisting of a brief study of the Russo-Japanese War Its Cause and Effect, a recitation, Reading from Part II of the interest ing serial, "The Girl From the Buckeye State," and Topic of the Time." .v. .v. .v. Rupe Ballenger. The nuptial ceremony that united Mrs. Jennie Ballenger and the Rev. Clarence M. Rupe of Lima, O., took place yesterday morning at 11:0 o'clock at the home of the son, Mr. Walter S. Ballenger, on North Penn sylvania street." The Rev. II. W. Kellogg pronounced the ceremony and Mr. William Bunch played the wedding music. The relatives and most intimate friends witnessed the ceremony. Immediately afterward a wedding breakfast was served, the table having decora tons of yellow and white chrysanthemums and yel low candles. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ballenger received infor mally for the Rev. and Mrs. Rupe, assisted by the members-of Mrs. Bal lenger 's Sunday school class. Mrs. Edward Basset t, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. E. P. Clarke, Mrs. W. A. Wildhack, Mrs. II. P. Conde, Miss Irene Black ledge and Mrs. Ponaker of Colum bus. Those from out- of town were Mr. Rupe's sister, Mrs. Ford, and brothers, Messrs. John L. Rupe and Judson Rupe,, Miss Margery Ford, Miss Louise Moore, all of Richmond. The Rev. and Mrs. Rupe will' leave today for their home in Loma. In dianapolis Star. An unusual pleasant affair was the surprise tendered ' Mrs. Charles Bentlago at her home in South Thir teenth street, by a number of ladies composing a whist club. Drive whist was a feature of the evening's pleas ure, first prize being won by Mrs. Robert1 Green, of Logansport and the consolation by Mrs. Walter Dal bey. .V. M. .V. , Mr. and Mrs. II. C, Hasemeier, Misses Lizzie Bentlage, Lillian Prif meyer and Alice Weeghman are at St. Lotus attending the Fair. -V- Jft, .V- fc The following invitation for a Halloween party to be given at her home in West Richmond October 31st have b?en issued A by Mrs. Laura II. Woodard: "The witches coach will call for the ladies at the South Eighth Street ! Friends' church ' at - v, The V. V. B.'a'ti interesting club of ten young ladies met Wednesday evening at -the home of Miss Clara Krone, b'12 South Eighth street. Va rious games and general sociability were features of the evening, first prizes for the former being awarded Misses Cora Hebbler and Ernestine Paulus; the consolations falling, to Misses Lena Staubach and Louise Erk. This club will meet fortnightly, Miss yMnyme Denzelman having been appoinieij hostess for the next m'eet-fiirr The Columbia Club will give its tenth annual dancing party in the Odd Fellows' hall on Thanksgiving eve. Runge's full orchestra has been engaged to furnish the music and the members are endeavoring to make the affair more elaborate than any held heretofore. ' "sr vr vr Xo srices were held at the First English Lutheran church last "even ing' on .account- of the absence of the pastor. GRAND OPENING RAILROAD STORE AFTER , EXTENSIVE IMPROVE MENTS HAVE BEEN MADE NEXT SATURDAY THE TIME Choice Music Will Be Rendered Will be Decorated With Autumn Leaves. Thei Railroad Store is one of this city's most progressive institutions. Recently a series of improvement's were begun on the building and for the past several weeiks the place has been torn up while the workmen were completly changing the appear ance. A new front has been pla-eed at the corner of Eighth and North E streets. The front has been set back several feet, and the entire space is or colored and liglit glass. The basement has been changed and has been stocked with china ware. thoroughly completely This is a new department for the Railroad Store and one that will be appreciat ed. Each floor has been change!, and the stock of goods so re-arranged that the place does not look like the same store. Wagon loads of autumn leaves have been placed about the store for the grand opening for Sat urday morning. Messrs. (lame and Brown now have one of the most complete stores in the city. Pay the place a visit Saturday and see for yourselves. A nice sovenir will be given away to each guest on the opening day. WAY DOWN EAST One of the Largest Crowds of the Season. Perhaps, tha largest crowd of the season witnessed the production of "Wav Down East," at the Gennett last' evening. This play which has been on the road for a number of years drew forth the largest theatri cal crowd that the Gennett has had this season. The show seems neiver to grow old and Inst evening's crowd applauded with as much enthusiasm as the first audience that witnessed the show her el did. Ihe company was Hirst-class and a numbe r of I hem have been seen before in the s.ure produc tion. - X Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urinar- and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now 1 'modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their lieginnng in the " disorder of these most important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their work. Therefore, when your kidneysare weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire lody is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its dutv. . If you are sick or " feel ladly," begin taking the great kidney '' remedy, Dr. Kihtfer's Swamp-Root, bweause as son as your kidneys are welt they will help all the jther organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect ot Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, "the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing eases, and is sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may Have a sample lotUe Home of Swamp-Root, by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you how to find out- if you have kidney or bladder trouble. "Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Bing hamton. N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the - name, Swamp-Robt, Dr. Kilmer; s Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, r.inghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. GARFIELD NOTES The girls of Garfield have four basket ball teams and games are fre quently played. On Wednesday aft ernoon two games were played.' The first was between the "Yellows" and 'Mil? Keds." the Reds won by a score of 2t to ."). The Reds proved to be a much faster team than their op ponent and had no trouble at all in running up the scofe they did. The second paine was between the Pities and the Yiolets. The work of each team was excellent and they both played fast ball, but the Pines won by a score of 13 to- 1. Tha Giants basket ball team defeated the Elks yesterday afternoon in a fast and rough game by a score of 51 to noth ing. The Giants pnt np a good sam ple) of team Avork and they played circles around their opponents. The Giants have challenged all of the Garfield boys in a game to be played this evening. There will also be two polo games this evening. An admis sion of 5 cents will be charged. SOME SIZES LEFT; COME TO DAY; GET YOUR SUIT NOW. KNOLLENBERG'S SACRIFICE SALE. , EGGEMEYER'S 'NEW ARRIVALS.) SWEET CIDER. NEW MACKEREL. GENUINE BUCKWHEAT. MAPLE SYRUP. COME TODAY AND GET A SUIT AT LESS THAN ONE-HALF PRICE. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. PEOPLE'S COLUMN All ads. under the above head will be charged for at rate of one-half cent a word. Such items as Lost, Found, Help Wanted, etc., inserted free. FOR SALE Paper route, very cheap. Home plione 4-1G. 18-3t AY ANTED A second hand Hermetic Favorite Heating stow, No. 14 1031 Main street. . 19-3t FOIi SALE Telephone poles. In quire at Street Car office, 24 south eighth street. UiHimond Street & In term-ban company. 20-2t. FOR KENT Eiht room house on tlie corner of A Vest First and Kin sev streets. Phone 310. 20-3t. AA'ANTED Boarders, at 24 South Third street. LOST A black pocket-book contain ing f'W.OO and some extra cents jbetween Middleboro and Richmond or near Fair grounds. FOIi SALE A lot cheap if sold at !)v 'l south 12th street. Inquire at 310 south 11th street. FOR SALE male pup. ville, Ind. -Highly bred rat terrier, A. H. Horner, Center-20-2 STILL SOME OF THE 100 SUITS LEFT A.T SACRIFICE PRICES. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. 8 LI! UJ jPale, thin, tired, nervous, depressed? Ask your doctor about taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla for this bad condition of your blood. If he says, "All right," then take it. If nor, then don't take it. We feel perfectly safe, for we know what doctors say about this old - X X X X XK"-K- 4c $ 4c 4c I 4c i 4c 4c Our Hand Tailored Clothes Hre not for the men who want to pay the least, but for him who wants to get the most for his outlay most in'style, most in wear, most in all-round goodness. No other clothes like the m. Price ranee, $8.50 $10, $12.50, $15, $16.50, $18 and $20 LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN STREET 4c 3S255&S It will be impossible for as to tell you of all the nice eatables we will have for Friday and Saturday, October 21 and 22. We have a tine lot of Malaga Grapes, Pineapples, Oranges, Figs, New Chestnuts, etc, all coming, and you'll surely make a mistake if you don't visit the Ideal Grocery 914 MAIN ST., before you select your fruits and vegetables for Sunday. E.H.WILSON Phone 180 X X X X X X - - 4c 4s 4: 4 4: 4c 4: Cambridge City. Dublin, Milton, Eaton and New Pans, and if you cannot call atour office, write or pboe us and our agent will call on you. Here are same of the terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing you fifty weeks' in which to pay off your loan: ' ' : - 60c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan. $1 20 is a weekly payment on a $50 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. . You can get any other amount for the same time at the same pro portion, Call on us when you need money. Applications by mail or telephore receive our prompt attention. 4c 4c 4c 4e 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c D&QflDuDGDOflti Established 1895. Home Phon .ttgjHfr- H3HHtiMHHHHHHfrX X X X X X X J.C. Iyer Co., Lcwell. Mtit. JHH r X X X X X X X- t I 4c 4c i 4c $ 4e 4c I 4c 4c 4c 4c S 4e 4c I t I 4c 4c I 4c Getting the Tmost for your money doesn't mean snap ping at the bait of low prices fatal blunder, that. WORTH ALWAYS COMU4NDS its price; 4e 4c 4c 4c 4c 4e 4c 4c 4c Is He 4 4 4e - X - X X X Xtt-XX 'Stop Guessing We will let you have n imme diate loan if you want money for urgent needs. Won't charge you much for tte use of it, either, and will " make your terms so easy that you can pay it back without feeling the strain, in small weekly or monthly installments. We ad. vance money on furniture, pi anos, teams, etc., without re moval, on salaries, and on dia monds left in pledge. Loans made in Richmond, 4c 4 4e 4s 4e 4e 4c 4c 4c 4c 4: 4c 4s 4s 4s 4e 4s 4s 4s 4s 4s 4s 4s 4c 4c 4s 4e 4s 4c 4c 4c 4c 4e 4c 4c L 2D SI 0T1 (S(3D- e 445. Room 8, Colonial Uldg family medicine.