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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY f MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1904.
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ALMA ROBILLA
Krugr Concert Company. j voice and artistic singing.". Just be
Alma Ilibolla, the soprano of the fore returning .to -this eountry
Krujjti' Concert' company, which ap- ang a number; of times at the Glas
pcars at the New Phillips . Theater; prow exposition in concerts in con
Friday evening, petober 28th, is a junction Avith Mark Hamburpr, the
jfold medalist and' graduate' of tlie ' celebrated young pianist who is rap-
Lmcinnati College ot Music and nas ltlly coming to tno irom. , . v mist
hnd the advantage, of a year of study , studying with 'Madame Marchesi in
nnder the celebrated teacher of sing-' Paris, Sir Arthur Sullivan, the fiom
ing, Shakespeare, of London, who wasposer of Pinafore and other popular
the teacher of David Bispham, who'ccmic operas, heard' her sing 'aiuPeJ
recently sang in this ity, : and she quested- an introduction :and stated'
tdso studied for several years under to her that when she had Kn$tte&yt&.
tbe celebrated Madame Marchesi, of studies he would beJglafodo;whVt
Paris. She has also' had the ad van- 'he could for her in Great Britain,
taso of several years residence in but his early deatbjputf ansend . to
Europe, during which time she did a this. She is blessed- with an extror
jjreat deal of concert work" all over dinary memory, having an extensive
Cheat Britain, having sung with -repertory of between? 400 and 500 of
great success before Queen Alexan- the best Oernian lieder, French, Ital
dra of England, ''who personally con- ion ad "English' songs, "all of 'which
gratulated h e r for " her beautiful are sung from memory.
ith Mrs,, Charles . Ilolton,. in North
Thirteenth street, Mesdames Frank
Gilbert and Samuel Gaar having been
appointed readei-s for that date.
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The Aftermath Sx-iety will be en
tertained at the home of Mrs. R. L
Sackett, in National avenue, this aft
erjioon at 2 A.j. when I'rofessor
Walter Davis . Avill give a talk on
1EgAptian.Achitectnre,, the regu-
laily apioiiited program having been
cl anged for the dav.
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Mi's. A. II..Kelsey was hostess yes
terday afternoon for thrf Ticknor
Club, Avhieh . met at her home in
North Thirteenth street. Excellently
prepared papers on "Way Down
hast and " Environments of Bos
ton" were read by Mrs. Harry Ma
ther and Mrs. J. M. Coate. resnec-
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tively, which were highly entertain
ing as well as instructive, various
photographs and magazine clippings
serving as illustrations for the places
interest mentioned in the after-
noon s program. Alter an interest
ing discussion the members decided
tiv.meet next week with Mrs. Judson
THE FOULICE
MEETING
WILL BE ONE OF THE BIG ONES
OF THE CAMPAIGN
VICE PRESIDENTS NAMED
lfupe, North Twelfth nd A streets.
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A recently organized Evening Club
composed of a number of young la
dies, will hold the initial meeting of
the season" this evening, at the home
of Miss Blanche Luken, in East Main
Street. ; s ' , -v. .t "
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The Ladies' ' Aid Society of the
First Presbyterian church are labor
ing earnestly for the success of their
supper, to be given this evening at
the church, and . promise their pa
trons the best of service.
The Ways and M'eans Society of
the Fifth 'Ste Methodist Episcopal J
Church will ..jmeet, tomorrow aifer
noon. . . i .
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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the South
Eighth Street Friends' Church will
meet this afternoon in the church
parlors.
The St. Vincent de Piful Society
will give a card party and social
Thursday evening, October 27, at St.
Mary's Iftill, which has recently been
wired for electric light and with the
new steam heating plant w-ill be
irade comfortable, throughout. As
the proceeds of this card party and
all other affairs given under the aus
pices of the above charitable society
are expended to the relief of the sick
poor, the committee in charge ex
pect to make it one of the most suc
cessful social functions of the season.
Luncheon will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Norris, re
siding four miles north of Richmond
celebrated 'their golden wedding an-
"'' T.i,iJfiilli- AnY.nir.A their
with cut flowers and autumn leaves.
An eloganj , dinner was served to
the sixty odd relatives and friends
who were present. Mr. and Mrs.
Norris were busy most of the day
if
C. A. B reh in, Joseph Stephenson,
Joseph. Addleman, T Hart, -Ilerschel
Thomas, Elias Gehriiig; Messrs. Els
v orth Thomas, S. C.- Iiobinson ; Miss
es Maud Norris, Eva Smith, Florence
Smith, Ruby Brehm, Opal. : Nori-is,
Bessie Norris, Lucile and Margaret
Huffman, Ruth and. Mary Norris,
Burdie Norris and Earl Crampton.
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The members of Eden Rebekah
Lodge held a very pleasant meeting,
in fact one of the most successful
ever given, in I. O. 0. F. hall. :
' The meeting following the regular
lodge one. was in the nature of a
"Ilardtinie Social," novel in itself
and hugely enjoyed by the members
of whom -there were a large number
present. 'Music, dancing and various
games were happy' ! features after
which an appetizing supper was serv
ed. Such a decided success was the
affair in every detail that the ladies
unanimously agreed o give a similar
social every two ' weeks, the next to
be given November Fifth.' 1
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Mrs. William L., Boyd delightfully
entertained the ; fallowing ladies,
Sunday evening, aV dinner in the
"Westcott ordinary, at half after six:
Mrs. Charles Seoft and daughters, l.iave a0(
Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. ' ' Slnith,Hiss1 saje
Sophie JMarchant, MrSj 1. (jrnosve
nor, Mis. Dr. Mendenhall, Mrs. Isaac
(Jenkinson, Miss Bessie Boyd and
, Miss Martha Boyd. ---- "
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A large and pleasant' reception
last week was. that of Mr. and Mrs.
J.T.M. Pnrtenney. at their country
home, east tof. the, city, in honor, of
fortieth wedding anniversary.
The decorations for the affair con
sist ed" 'of autumn ledvesy flowers and
colors. At the dinner in the even
ing covers were laid for seventy
five guests. Among those from a
distance -vcere i Mrs. Graham, iMrs.
Mrs. Lizzie Repmann, who has
been the guest of Mrs.. John I). Mar
shall, for the past week, returned to
er home in Cincinnati -vesterdav.
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Very 'enjoyable was the meeting
of the Dorcas ' Society yesterday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. Edward
rjvel in South Fourth street. Fol
lowing an hour at needlework a dain
ty lueheon was served by the hostess,
after which a social hour was spent.
The guests of the afternoon were
Mrs. Charles Haner, Mrs. John Hase
meier " and Mrs. Lizzie. Repmann, of
Cincinnati, who is the guest of Mrs.
John D. Marshall.- Miss Esther Bes
selman will entertain the society at
it next meeting, November S, at her
home in Siuth Fourth street.
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The entertainments in honor of
Mrs. Frank Elder of New York, for
merly of this city, still continues.
Several dinner and whist parties and
receptions were given for her last
week. Last evening Miss Ada "Wood
ard gave an elegant course dinner for
Mrs. Elder at the Country Club.
Wednesdy afternoon Mrs.J.Y.Pound
stone -.will entertain at .whist at her
home, 201 North Eleventh Street and
Thursday, afternoon" Mr. Guy S. Mc
Cabe will entertain at, whist at her
home on South Twelfth Street. Both
of v these parties are also in honor of
Mrs. Elder.
And Other Officers to Be in Charge
of the Meeting Next Thursday
Evening. -
Have you a friend who has a hard cold ?
Then tell him about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how
it cured your hard cough. Tell him why you always keep it
in the house. Tell him to ask his doctor abourit. Doctors
have known the formula for over slxtv years. iiiC"fMC"
The meeting at the Coliseum
Thursday evening at which one
on
of
Hale, Richmond R.
son, jRichmoud R. R.
Boston township
BILLY" WOODS
Tleads Guilty and Will Be Sent to
' " Reformatory.
On August 25,' William Woods was
arrested for stealing $10 from
Charles Johnson. Yesterday in cir
cuit court he pleaded guilty to the
charge and Judge Fox sentenced him
to the Boys' Reformatory at Pleain-
field.
NUSBAUM'S
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Oriental Rug : Sale Beginning Tues
day Morning, October 25.
The success of our Oriental Rug
Sale last May and the numerous in-
quines since as to when we would
ther. has induced us to have
earlier than originally in
tended. - The, line consists of over
200vRugs of all kinds and sizes and
makes one of the . largest displays
m this line ever brought to this city.
In' this Oriental Display there are
some Draperies, Table Covers, Couch
-Covers.- Turkish and Armenian.
Drawn Work, etc. We a ve engaged
Mr. Onanian. a native Armenian who
Avill have charge of this display.
Those '.who attended our sale last
May and saw the very low prices
quot ed T on rare Oriental Rug crea
tions will heed no second invitation.
See display in our Carpet : Depart
ment. ::
nienmomrs "favorite sous," the
Hon!' William Dudley Foulke, will
speak promises to be one of the best
of the campaign.
Being as he is, one of President
Roosevelt's closest friends, Mr.
Foulke will be able to talk in a most
int innate manner on what the Demo
crats term the paramount issue of
the campaign "Theodore Roosevelt."
This is the only speech Mr. Foulke
will i deliver in Indiana and a large
crowd will greet him. The following
will act as vice presidets for the
meeting:
Abington township John F. Fen
der, Centerville R. R. 11; George
Crowe, Richmod R. R. 1 ; Sherman
R. 1; Lewis Bee-
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Peter S. Beeler,
Richmond; Nelson Crowe, Richmond
R. R. 1 ; Alonzo Davenport, Rich
mond R. R. 2; Hon. M. W. Yencer,
Boston;. Homer Farlow, Richmond R.
R. 1;
Center Simon McConaha, Center
ville; Francis F,. McMinn, Center
ville; John C. King, Centerville;
Lemon Ladd, Centerville R. R. 10;
Caleb J. Harvey, Centerville; Horace
Ratliff, Richmond R. R. 3.
Clay Barney Linderman, Oreens
fork; Florence Boyd. Creensfork; T
. Kienzle, Creensfork; Robert
Sharp. Creensfork; William H. Gen
try, ; Creensfork; Henry T. Bond,
Creensfork.
Dalt,on Alexander Abbott, Ha
s:ersthwn R. R. IS; Elmer Lumpkins,
Ilagerslown R. R. IS; Adam Smith,
Hagdrstown R, R. 18.
Franklin Jesse Brown. Fountain
City R. R. 27;! Grant. Marshall, Foun
tain City R. R. 27- Dr. Arthur IL
Jones, Whitewater; Joseph Darland,
Richmond R. R. 4; Rolla Overman.
Fountain City R. R. 27; Theodore
Fisher. Whitewater.
Greene George Frazier, Williams
burg R. R. 24; William L. French,
Williamsburg; William A. Lewis,
Wjlliamsburg R. R. 24; Tsaac Pitts.
Williamsburg R. R- 24; Joel M. Wed
dle, Williamsburg R. R. 24; Oliver
G. Davis, Williamsburg.
Harrison Martin Coffman, . Cam
bridge City; Lewis Hosier, Greens
firk; Ephraim Kitterman, Greens
fork; Gilbert Wright, Cambridge
City."
Jilckson Junius B. Knipe, Dublin;
Henry Myers, Cambridge City; Chas.
A. Cj.Howren, Dublin; Daniel W.
Mason, Cambridge City: John E.
Grey.-Cambridge Cit.y; William Con
do, East Germantown; W. W. Gipe,
EiiSt .Germantown; Peter Zehrung, .
Cambridge City; Abe Rummel, Cam
bridge City; Willard Hall, Cam
bridge: William Tutorow. Cambridge
City. ;
T. Knnpp. Hagei-s-J.
Day. Hagerstown;
Hagerstown: John
Hacrerstown: John
Eli Petty,
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Getting the most
for your money
doesn't mean snap
ping at the bait of
low prices fata
blunder, that.
WORTH
ALWAYS
COMMANDS
ITS PRICK
Our Hand Tailored Clothes
are 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 them.
Price range, $8.50. $10, $12.50, $15,
$16.50, $18 and $20
LOEHR & KLUTE
725 MAIN STREET
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The Best Place To
Buy
ThoS0 who sat at the 'festive board dinnapolis; the Rev. and Mi's. Pioree. J" " Commissioners. -
vore: , v Richmond, and .Mrs. Cochran, of. The commissioners meet Mondav
MessllandMesdamesJebu1'P.Nornulvme-U ap which time U.ey will fill any
lis, James M. Norris, Joseph M. Nor-; . ' A ; vnenWu's for election 'insi fetors, if
ns. ,K . liowlett. Alva Cramoton. 1 :; V; " r? : e ; - . 3 .,,",u'.1 nre any to nil
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KAi-ric. tt.:i, xr..: tii: r.iternoon
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Tnri.w .l,Knni, v,,.:, n. nr:..- - arien
.vrf vii'tiiilc , i .
witn 3Lrs.
readers for the
K. G. Ilibberd.
dav were Mrs.
Kelley Mrs. Jenny Kelley. wife
OiiTord. ,Avho presented a f. of Albert Kelly, of 2S North Xine-
G. Williams, Cha.
f ole. Hoy K. Xoni?
Huffman Warn-'
. Will Canadav,
caroiuily prepares pajH-r on 1 lie j teenth street, died yesterday after
St. Louis Exposition," comparing it noon. Arrantrments for the funeral
Headache
. r.nousm!s, ?u
tioii anJ all liv
Hood's Pills
r.'.liousiu'ftS, sour stomach, constipa
tion anJ all liver ills are cureU by
The non-lrrHaMni cathartic. : T'rlce
i'.itvuf'. sH Unwsifts or by mail
1; C. 1. llvv- fu., Lowell, Mass.
with the Columbian, held in Chieajro
in 1S03 and the PanAmeriean in Iuf
falo in 1000, ami .Mrs. Charles Land's
article entitled "A Minister's Call
ers" were graphically iort rayed and
both proved very- interesting: features
of the afternoon's pleasure. After a
social hour refreshments were serv
ed. The club will meet next week
will be announced later.
Special Sale.
Heavy bottom coal buckets IS and
10c. Our price for tin dish pans. 14
inch. 10c; white lined granite dish
pans 14 quarts, 40c; white lined. 10
quart granite kettles. 40c; X. S
granite teakettles. 40c. lliff's. Sixth
and Main streets.
Jeyerson C.
town; Harvey
C. X. Ginthcr,
Replogle, Sr.,
Plummer, Hag-orstown ;
Hagerstown.
Xev Garden Parnev Bnng-er,
i Fountain Citv K. P. 2S; Marcus L.
Thomas. Fountain City; David M.
Pennre. Fountain City 'R. R. 28;
Georgn Alexander. Fountain City
Henry Oifford, Fountain City; Dr. O.
X. Huff, Fo'u tain City; Lemuel Jack
son. f Fountain City. ' '
Perry J. C. 1 Cha rles. Economy ;
Arthur Penny. 'Economy: Alonzo Ed
wards; Economy; Thos. IT. ? Frazier.
Economy. '
.Washinirton E. P. Newman. Mil
ton; A. P.. Huffman, Milton; Moses
Tivons. Milton: Edward Lathrope,
Milt on: Charles Poddridire. Molt on:
Georg-e Leibhardt. Milton:
IS AT
ATMEffil ISIRIO
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PHONES49 . Krancli Yard, 39 S. 6tliPlioiie 516,
The JioPthuaestev Wataalliifelns.Co
J. O BARBER, General Agent, RooRSmoL?
A PAIR OF OUR BOSTONIAN
$3.50 AND $4.00 SHOES FOR MEN
The nice weather won't last alwajs then, when the
cold weather comes, they will be set to your feet
LADIES' BEST $2 SHOE ON EARTH
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LAHRMANS
7x8 aiain Street
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Notice to Gas Consnmers.
We have a stock "of the celebrated
"Try Me" g-ns mantles which have
civen suh " greneral satisfaction for
hrillianey and durability. Tlie price
is 10c and they are as gtxnl as auy
2. mantle on the market, lliff's.
Sixth" ami Main streets.
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