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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TEIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER A, 1904.
PAGE nVB ((X f 3 . . iff Jfc ' o 'a'.-JL JEST- Mt-rJE ''s a frWM"l"M MI.:: M?M Miss Winifred Lavender will be hostess' tomorrow afternoon for a "Nickel Social" at her home, 27 South Ninth Street. The hours for serving .will be. from two until ten o'clock, each article on' ijie lunch eon menu costing five 'cents. All members of the St. Vincent le Paul Wfcoeiety and their friends as well as I all others interested in charitable work, are cordially invited to attend the -social.' Y - . At UiePhoenix Literary and Io nian Societies which will meet this evening at Earlham the following programs will be rendered: Phoenix. Music, l'larl Hhinehart; Life of IWli, with selections from Bach, Winifred Trueblood and Miss Pap worth; Paper, "Domestic Science," Edith lall; music, Laura Marlatte. Ionian. -- " ; 'Experiences1 as a Telephone Op erator," C. L. Ailes; recitation, K. ."Wilson; paper by a Menddihall; mu . sic, K. Ueiran. !f - ' - - George "Wellerj son of Mr. anl Mrs. Ralph Weller, was united in mill riiie uruinrin v cnin - Miss Edna Shepherd, at their own 'hoinc, iu -Randolph street, by Rev. Jfoy L. Brown, formerly of this city. After the ceremony, supper was served, the guests being limited to immediate relatives. The bride who has been With the George II. Kk! lenberk company for some time was presented5 with a -beautiful token of remembrance and appreciation fr-m the same. f Mr. and Mrs. ."Weller are both well-known and highly respect ed youngpeople and they have the best wishes of -a host of fr4ends. -X- !- Mrs. Omar Ilollingsworth tv-d daughters, Misses Juliet and Caro lyn, will entertain, at whist, vat iier home in Westeott Place Friday aft ernoon. :- The members of the Tourist Club will be entertained this evening at the home of Mr. and Mi-. -Tihn T. r)6ugan. 204 North Tenth Street. -X- -X- -X- ! Mrs. E. E. Pierce will entertain the ladies. 'of the ..Christian church,, this afternoon at a Hallowe'en So cial given at her home, 412 L'pcolu Street. ' , . Mrs. J. A. Walls has returned from Arkansas City, Kansas, where she has been visiting Mrs. J. P. John son for the past few weeks. Mrs. Johnson, formerly Miss Lola Bet ry. was a avcII known school teacher of Wayne County and has a number of familiar acquaintances in Richmond. The Ladies' Afternoon Social Club met with; Mrs. William Reese, in North Thirteenth street yesterday afternoon. Progressive euchre was played and prizes were won by Mrs. A. B. Crump and Mrs. Meagen. Car nations were given as favors. Miss Hopkins, of Demuson, Ohio, was the guest of honor. The meeting of the Mathematical Society of Earlham College last ev- ening was a very interesting one. Mrs. G. II. Graves addressed the so-j ciety on the subject: "A Summer on the Rock Island." - The History Club of Earlham Col lege held its regular meeting at the college last evening. The subjects discussed during the evening were "Social Life of Russia and Japan." by E. N. Hill and "Current Events" by Professor Lindley. -X- -X- -5f Bjron Huff, of , Earlham College, will leave for a short visit with his parents at Martinsville today. . Erman Smith will leave for Port land today, where he will spend sev eral days visiting friends. ' HOOE)531The VlL,i-yi j Cathartic Easy to takc.tes.sy in c j., rao . ' :",:'--.t liess, CKUfUtUiou, i!f.';:iin-r r, .i s:; ;r '-.:,-ache; lnsiU st t .:; vvre. r - The Railroad Store Company will discontinue giving Trading and present them at Stamp Store at your earliest conveniedce. 1 f: ! The cards party at the Knights of ; Columbus hall last night was very "successful in every; way. w Euchre I was the game played. Prizes were ! won by Miss McKone and Mr. Earl j Kamp. Refreshments were served. ,I)aiu!ig was also indulged in. -X- vfr j The Sans Souei Club held a very successful dance at the I. 0. 0 .F. ball last evening. About thirty-five couples enjoyed the evening's enter tainment. Music was furnished by White and Wilson. Punch was serv ed during the evening. -X- Mr. James Quigley and Miss An na May Rogers were married by the Rev. Father "J. F. Mattingly last ev ening. They will reside in North Twentieth street. Both are well known young people of this city. Mr. Quigley is in the retail drug business. ..' ' ". .. - -X- ' - Miss Etta Luken5 entertained about twenty .four young people last evening-in honor of Miss Mary Mc Carthy, a November- bride, at her home in South Thirteenth street. The affair was a very charming one. Hearts-was played during! the even ing and the heart idea was carried out in the decorations and appoint ments. The sandwiches ''and the ice cream were in the shape of hearts and the decorations were all on hearts. Prizes in hearts were won bv Miss Blanche Luken and William Arnold Klein, consolations by Miss Ruth Schooley and Mr. George Mc Kone'. ' -X- It is understood that Mr. Ralph Husson, formerly of this city, is to be married on November 15th to a charming young lady of Indianapo lis. Mr.-Husson is in the legal de partment of the Big Four railroad at Indianapolis. -X- -x- Members of the Richmond District Woman's Foreign Missionary Soci ety of the Methodist Episcopal j church gathered yesterday at the j Fifth street M. E. church for the opening session of the annual con vention. Yesterday morirnu's session was opened with a devotional service j under the direction or Airs., r ranees Kelley, of this city. After the read ing of the minutes of the last con vention greetings were extended by the Rev. J. O. Campbell, pastor ofj the Fifth street church, a re&ponse j being given by Mrs. F. F. Thornburg , of Farmland. Mrs. Celia Meyl, of . Economy, read a paper on "Our Tn-j dividual Responsibility U Missions", and the moining closed with a brief paper, by Mrs. Binford,; of Green field.' At the afternoon session papers were read by Mrs. M. S. Marble, of Richmond; Mrs. II. G. Reasoner, of Greenfield, and Mrs. C. IT. Wade, of Muncie. Last evening Bishop H. Vincent, one of the most prominent divines of the Methodist church delivered an address. The program for today's session is as follows: Morning. With Our Workers Devotional service Mrs. Rev. Pierce, Richmond. Minutes Recording Secretary Miss Emma Lamb, Economy. Solo Mrs. D. M. Stewart, Green- Held. Economy Mrs. Bertha Ramsey. Farmland Mrs. Russie " Collins. Greenfield Mrs. Minda Scicrest j Knightstown Miss Maggie Car son. New Burlington Mrs.1 America Cecil. ' ' Newcastle -Mrs. Martha G Phil lips. Portland Mrs.1 Clara J. Holmes. First, Richmond Mrs. A. S. Mj' lick. Grace, . "Richmond Mrs. Fjnnie C Price. Fifth Richmond Mrs. : Kale Cooley. . r Straughan Mrs. J. C. Burnett. Shirley Miss Minnie ITauck Trenton Mrs. George Kabel. Union City Miss Lillian Mitchel.. Winchester rs. W. O. mitli. Knightstown Y. T,. Miss P.esiV 1 Walters. Columbia band. The Uncolore'd Catsup Has the natural red of the ripe tomato Columbia Conserve Co. Indianapolis. Ind. Greenfield S. B. Miss Clara Ry nearson. King's Heralds G. C. Susie Crowell. Report of Young People's Work Miss Minnie Haucl", Shirley. Snap Shots Our President Mrs. Levi Ewing, Richmond. Our corresponding secretary Mrs. W . 0. Smith, Wicnhester. Our treasurer Mrs. Belle Lytle, Newcastle. Our recording secretary Prayer for guidance in election Mrs. Moore, Shirley. Election of officers. "Five Minutes With Our Litera ture" Mrs. Dr. Houghton, Rich mond, Benediction Rev. M. S. Marble. Afternoon. Devotional service Mrs. iM.ote, Richmond. Music. - Miscellaneous business. - Solo rLula Chamness, Muneie. Echoes from the Los Angeles Mis sionary convention Rev. G. II. Hill, Richmond. Report of district treasurer. Reports of committees. Consecration service Mrs. Rev. Wade, Ft. Wayne. Benediction Rev. Madison Swad ener. ENDS LIFE IN THE LAKE ' (Continued From First Page.) making a closer inspection they saw it was a human body and lost no time in notifying Mr. Fossenkemper. After the coroner had rendered his verdict the body was removed to the undertaking establishment of Wil son & Pohlmemyer. At the home of the dead woman, the nurse said that when Miss Peltz left this morning she seemed to be very agitated about something but all she said was "I think vl will go out for a little walk." "Wednesday afternoon Miss Peltz was very nervous and before leaving the house at a late hour she dressed and undressed herself four times. The unfortunate woman has for a number of years made her home with her father, Joseph Peltz, and until her health broke down she taught music. A LESSON Shown by the Young Men's Repub lican Club. In the present campaign the Young Men's ... Republican Club of Richmond has shown the older vot ers that the members of that organ ization can do things and they have been doing them all during the cam paign. This was thoroughly demon strated by the success of the large Griffiths meeting on last Monday night, when the largest meeting of the present campaign was held. The members of the club have been call ed upon to muster for one more large, grand and glorious meeting to be held on the evening of November 5 in honor of Hon. James E. Watson congressman from this district. There is no doubt but what the mem bers of the club will turn out in full force for this, the last meeting of the vear. Walling Transferred. Captain Ira O. Wallintr, who has heen at the head of the police de partment of the Richmond division of the Pennsylvania railroad, with headquarters in this city, has been transferred to Louisville. He will be succeeded by Mr. Crump, of Co lumbus, Ohio. Capt. Wallinsr's transfer is in the nature of a promotion. 4 i2 km HOLLOWE'EN f An At Gettysburg Results in a. Young! Man Losing His Nose. (Special to the Palladium.) Eaton, O., Nov. o. Word has just been received here of an' unfortun ate accident at Gettysb t,g on Hal lowe'en. Jesse Sherer, a young man who re sides near Gettysburg was the vic tim. In company with other lads he was celebrating Hallowe'en, and cab bage heads were Hying thick and fast. One boy had a hatchet in his hand and was warding otT the heads to keep from being hit. The blade of the hatchet finally flew off the handle and struck Sherer on the nose and almost completely severed that member from his face. Dr. Michael was hastily summoned and rendered surgical attention. His nose will be saved. JOHNSON AND 3 JARMACK (Continued from 1st page.) declarations of both sides. Much confusion took place while Mr. Johnson was speaking on account of many people leaving the hall and the stage. GET INSIDE Ycur Friends and Neighbors in Richmond Will Show You How. Rubbing the back won't cure head ache. A liniment may relieve, but can't cure. Backache comes from the inside from the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills get inside. They cure sick kidneys. Here is Richmond proof that this is so : Mrs.' Lewis Posther who lives at 210 south Eighth street, savs: "For , a year previous to taking Doan's .Kidney Pills I was never without a j plaster on my back. I had heavy. I bearing down pains through my back .and kidneys and the secretions were frequent, distressing and unnatural. I felt generally run down in health and nothing I took did me any good. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertis ed I got a box at A. G. Luken 's drug store and began their use. My back soon felt better. In a short time longer the pains left and I removed the plaster. I can fully express my appreciation .of Doan's Kidney Pills for they certainly were great friends to me." ) For sale by all dealers. Price f0e. Foster-Milhurn Co., Buffalo, X. Y. Remember the name Doan's and i take, no other. - . ALFORD SELLA DRUGS FOR LESS Story ot the Honey Comb Candy. A Delicious Confection Come to your city. You will always know me after you once t ste me. 1 am ; all tbe rage in the East and West, where i I hive been for some time. Just eat me, and you will then understand why I am pronounced "simply delicious," and will j not wonder why you want more of me. , I am the , purest and most wholesome piece of candy on the market. There is only one nrm m this country that can make tne 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 Co HEISKELL'S OlflTHSfST ?3 o:rs Knrp. Burns. 8oaMs, Pingr S w-ru. 'IVHtT. Krvsirelas. ScaM Hi iwl. IScIi, ?5 I't-i.eit-9, Biotciiw. intiHii-U Knn, Fiito, Tr at'tl k!I Sfctfl Krni.tir.tta ;ai-rc Th hrtn b-nus:fi!iy far nn;i f.:nw.ti. At n:i tiriig tx gisM. Stfc .-ni fcr tckS-t. Stamps aftsr November 30, 1904. 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