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"CHIC" s-.juety kotes.
Sirs. John Parkinson entertained at
Mrs. "Will, Story Is visiting friends In
Sir. Will Crawford and Mr. TV. L.
Brady of Wlnfleld wero visiting In the
city this iveek.
Miss Daisy Woods Is visiting In Hutch
Miss Carrie Baync of Colorado Springs
is.ylsitlng' her cousin, Mrs. Elsberry Mar
Mr. Pulton of Cincinnati is the guest
of Sir. and Mrs. Ralph Millison.
Miss Pearl Martin has returned from
Eldorado, where she has been visiting.
Mrs. E. R. Spencer and Mrs. Ed. Leh
man. aro visiting their parents In Dcs
Moines, Iowa. X
J Mrs. C. H. Miller and children, of
Chanuto. aro visiting Mrs. Miller's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chrmriw
Cards wero issued this week for the
eaatng or Miss linage Hall and Dr. S.
rne invitations lor the wedding of
Bertha May Bloss and Mr. Ellis Vande
venter aro out. The wedding will take
place in the South Lawrence Christian
( church, Wednesday evening, June first,
j Miss Clough and Prof, and Mrs. W. H.
J Isley entertained the seniors of Fairmount
l college at tha home of Prof. Isley Thurs
J day evening. The guests were: Mrs. W.
H. Morrison, Miss Knickerbocker, Miss
Hutchinson, Miss Hall, Messrs. Findley,
J. Toaci, Alllton and Stahl.
FOR OLIN YOUNG.
"A delightful surprise party was given
by Mrs. Olin Young Monday evening, at
her home, Xo. 225 Ellis avenue, the event
being in honor of Mr. Young's birthday.
Tho house was decorated in roses and
carnations, and music was furnished by
tho guests. Tho first part of the even
ing was spent in progressive whist, after
which the initial telegram game was
played, some of the guesses made being
highly amusing. Just before lunch was
Eerved, the guests presented Mr. Young
with a handsome picture of "Cleopatra."
The place cards were menu cards with
Thoso present were: Messrs. and Mcs
dames A. B. Westcott, W. E. Kratzcr,
X. Herrig; Misses Lillian Dufftfey, Nellie
Shcrod, Sina Walker; Messrs. George and
Prizes were won by Miss Sherod and
Mrs. Westcott and Mr. George and and
jMr, Kratzer; consolation, prizes by Mrs.
JHerrlg and Mr. Westcott.
j The guests departed at a late hour,
Wishing Mr. Young many happy returns
jof the- day, and voting Mrs. Young a
ENTERTAINED WILLING WORKERS.
J The Willing Workers were entertained
Mt the home of Mrs. Charles A. Wilson,
ten South Topeka avenue, last Tuesday.
?The "first thing attended to was the busi
ness which" was to come before the club.
JAfter this was disposed of, the time was
spent in playing whist. Prizes consisting
of souvenir spoons were given. The first
It jrlze was a silver spoon, and a tin one
"JfSras given as the booby. F-ngravcd on
the spoon were the words "Willing AVork
J wrm." A very enjoyable time was spent
it Mrs. Wilson's home. The next meet-
ins "will be at the home of A. M. Wein-
chenk. CU South Lawrence avenue, Tues-
tky. May 31.
McCandless, Mr. and rs. L A Bone, Mrs.
G, E. Hartman, Mrs. Frances Dean. Mrs.
J. S. Sheppard, Mrs. John Gibson, Mrs.
L. J. Gove, H. M. Hutchinson, Mrs. M.
S. Colvin. Miss Mary Shaw, Miss Minnie
Shaw, Dr. F. N. Lynch, Miss Mary A. Jor
dan, Mrs. R. A. Kyle. John Staley.
PHI LAMBDA EPSILON.
The Phi Lamba Epsilon of the high
school gave their annual banquet at tho
home of Oak L. Throckmorton, 1031 N.
Topeka avenue. The decorations were in
tho colors ofV-ie society, red, yellow and
white. Red carnations were used for the
floral, decorations. A seven course ban
quet was served. After the banquet they
went to tho homo of Mr. Lock Davidson,
1233 North Lawrence avenue. Here tha
time was passed with games and college
songs. Thoeo present were: Misses Flor
ence Tuttle, Mabelle Smyth. Esther
Smyth, Irene Rellly, Bertha Ree3e, Helen
Jackson, Clay Sluss, Marie Horner, Eliza
Throckmorton, Mary Findlay, Aleen
Houston. Miss Enfield, Messrs. Manley
Waxeham, W. L. Enfield, Raymona Tut
tle, Carl Mosbacher, Edgar Amsden, For
rest Amsden. Locke Davidson. Frank Oli
ver, Charles Smyth, Harry Campbell, Tom
Griffith, Reece Lewis, Oak Throckmorton.
Harry Comley, Willard Brooks, Will
ENTERTAINED SUNDAY SCHOOL
Mr. Elmer Williams entertained the
girls of his Sunday school class at his
homo on Laura avenue Tuesday evening.
rho evening was spent in music and
games. Ice cream and cako were served,
Those present wero: Misses Alice Hite
Vina Hito, Marlon and Luclle Murry
Bessie Hahn, Bessie Snyder, Lenore Han
nlngton, Ora Vorheus, Lorena Lockwood
Maggie Johnson, Fannlo Stylcr, Hannah
Price, Stella Lockwood.
LEAP YEAR DANCE.
A few of the young people of the Coun
try club enjoyed a picnic supper and leap
year dance at the club house last Tues
day evening. Amdng the guests were:
Miss Lucy Lewis, Miss Donna Fisher.
Miss Edna Battin, Miss Agnes Davidson,
Miss Ada Scott, Miss Helen Pratt. Miss
Harriet Stanley, Miss Mabel Magil, Miss
Homer Callier, of Dallas; Miss Bess Allen,
Miss Mario Berry, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gra
ham Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. George
Adams, Messrs. Gordon Oldham, Harry
Pottinger, George Brown, Harry Stinson,
Ray Campbell. G. K. Purvis, Murray
Kirkwood, Milton Greenfield, R. G.
Hagny, John McClellan, J. II. Turner.
The Chautauqua Alumni banquet and
graduating exercises for the class of 1901
Is to 'be hold at the Hamilton hotel
Tuesday evening, beginning at S:C0
o'clock. The program Is as follows:
)"The horizon widens as -vve climb."
1 Mrs. S. S. Noble and Miss Evans.
j Rev. J. II. Mac Connell.
j "It is not the quantity of the meat,
jbut tho cheerfulness of the guests, which
makes tho feast." Yord Clerendore.
' A Chautauquan Abroad"
Rev. F. N. Lynch.
"Rhymes of 1001" Mrs. M. W. Levy
"Education is the chief defense of na
tions." Edmund Burke.
Presentation of Class Mrs. R. M. Piatt
President Chautauqua Union.
Reception of Class into Alumni As
sociation Mrs. C. W. Bitting
A SONG OF TODAY. -
A Chautauqua Alumnus
Mr. Robert Lawrence
A Song "Charlotte" Rocckel
Miss Sarah Norcross.
A Legend of the Carolinas..;
., Mrs. Chas. Colin
Song Auld Lang Syne.. Mrs. 11. Imboden
"All well that ends well, still the finis
ih the crown."
The class of 1901 is follows: Mrs. F. W.
Wright, Mrs. M. W. Levy, Mrs. J. A.
Trice, Miss Mabel Ladd, Miss Sara E.
Norcross, Miss AUie Dodge. Miss Maud
FOR ENTERPRISE GTRL.
Miss Olivia Staats of Entfl.-j-S. Kan.,
was tho guest of honor at on cnjoyablo
Informal given last Tue3day ni'ih: by
Miss Alma Wolfe at her li)im 230 St.
Francis. The evening was spent in
riumbcr of amuslrs contests which were
greatly enjoyed by the pan;.-J;.ai:t5 Sev
eral Instrumental apuinbers wre rendered
oy Misses Nellie Byrne, and Fny2 Wolfe
Miss Alma Wolfe also delighted the guests
with several of her beautiful vocal solos,
Although unknown to most of the guests
the day was Miss Alma's birthday, on
wich occasion she received a number of
After the games and musical numbers
a dainty lunch was served. The guests
departed at a late hour, declaring Miss
Wolfe a royal entertainer, and most de
Thoso present were: Misses Mabel
Sickner, Hattie and Delia Meyers, Mar
garet Covalt, Margaret Smith, Gertrude
C'ivcr, Olivia Staats. Bessie Gates, Lena
Robertson, Fayc Wolfe, .Nina Humfeld,
Eva Burgesscr, Lily White, Nellie Byrne,
Effie Oliver, Georgia Wolfe, Alma Wolfe,
Messrs. Clyde House, Chas. Jones. Everet
Bodkin, Marshall Ross, Stanley Fishback,
Robert Jackman, James Smith, Frederick
Hill, Herbert Gates, Bert Dumbauld, Her
bert Hicks, John Lovci, Fred Pearce.
A MAY 'WEDDING.
One of the most brilliant weddings of
the season occurred at the home of Mr.
Nelson Shaw at 1936 3. Ellis, last Wed
nesday night, when their daughter Cora
Vandyke was given in marriage to Clay
ton Current. Promptly at eight o'clock
Mendclsshons beautiful wedding march
fell in soft, beautiful strains over the ex
pectant crowd, played by a stringed or
chestra. The doors opened as if by magic
and the wedding party advanced, Rev.
Huylor, of the Lincoln" street Presbyter
ian church, leading and following by the
bride's little four-year-old nephew, Ken-
nlth McYaughlln, bearing the ring in a
large white rose. After him came the
little flower girl. Hazel Shoemaker, of
Wellington, carrying a basket tied with
white satin ribbon and filled with pink
and white rose petals, which she strewed
in the bride's path. Following the flower
girl, came Mr. Calvin Brown, of Broman,
O. T., best man and Miss Mona Carbin.
of Clearwater, as maid of honor, and last
came the bride. Cora V. Shaw and Mr.
Clayton Current. All took their places
in tho parlor In front o a white back
ground decoration with large shower bo
quets of pink and white roses, where the
ceremony was performed the beoutiful
ring ceremony being used. The bride was
dressed In a beautiful gown of cream
voile over white silk and looked the dear
little brido that she was. She carried a
large shower boquet of white bride's roses.
The groom and best man were dressed in
the conventional black. The maid of
honor was dressed In a lovely gown of
white Persian lawn trimmed with lace
and Insertion and carried pink carnations.
After congratulations, the march to the
dining room was made, where all sat
down to an elaborato four course supper.
The table was a dream in pink and white,
the center piece being a shower boquet
suspended from the ceiling and decora
tions all over the rooms were unique and
beautiful. Cora is well known and has
many friends here and at Clearwater. All
who know her love her and wish them
all possible happiness and prosperity due
a young couple just starting out in life.
At eleven a carriage was called, and the
bride and groom wore driven to their
home on the West Side. A crowd wait
ing for them at the door and they en
tered the carricg amid a shower of rose
petals. Tlwy will be at home to their
friends at 203 North Walnut after June
Sth. Many useful and beautiful presents
were given them for all who know them
Those present were: Mrs. Leah Huyier,
Mrs. Hary Current, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Oak Culver, Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Shoemaker, Mr. and
Mrs. Wad McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs.
Light Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gels-
endorf, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Cummlngs,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lester, Mr. and Mrs
Will Leighton, Miss Mary Lahure, Miss
Blanch Shilling, Miss Migonia Current,
Miss Grace Cole, Miss Edna Corbin, Mr.
George Colllngs, Mr. -John McGovcny,
Mr. Clark Baily, Mr. Arthur Stuckcy, Mr.
The bride was remembered with orange
blossoms from Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shaw
and Mr; and Mrs. Ed Maddox.
Many of our young people will be in
terested in knowing of the marriage of
Miss Edith Munger, of Houston, Tex.,
to Mr. Robert Hayne Leave!!, of the
A. and M. college of Mississippi. The
home of the bride was' handsomely dec
orated with sweet peas and ferns, while
many candelabra shed a soft light over
all, making the scene of beauty and
daintiness one to be long remembered
by all. The ceremony, took place at 8:30
p. m., Wednesday, the 18th inst. Miss
Munger was attended by Miss Ena Robb.
of Houston, while the groom's brother,
Mr. Selden Leavell, was best man, and
little Grace Norrcll was flower girl, in
the -daintiest white gown imaginable.
Mr. and Mrs. Leavell left Thursday
for Mississippi and will later go to Chi
cago for the summer. Mrs. Leavell has
been the guest of Mrs. Winthrop George
several times and has endeared herself
to 'many Wichita people by her charm
ing personality and beauty.
Mrs. George attended the wedding and
afterward spent a few days as the guest
of the bride's mother, Mrs. Charles Mun
ger, and brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs;"
Russell Munger. There with a party she
spent a few delightful days surf-bathing
and seeing the sights of Galveston.
On last Wednesday afternoon the num
ber of workers assembled at the home of
Mrs. Dr. Buckwalter, corner of Tenth
and Larimer, together with visiting laiile
and gentlemen, ran up a Httlo hoyond
fifty. That is some proof of indifference
to threatening skies; at the same time
complimentary to, the dispensers of hos
- While the main object of the society 's
work, the soical side Is not neglected and
a ropal good time is reported to the
scribe, who could not be "in it."
Mrs. Buckwalter was assisted in enter
taining by a number of corps ladles. Ice
cream and cake were served.
The visiting ladies-present were: Mrs
Winne, Mrs. Dan Boone, Mrs. Nedrow,
Mrs. Clark Camp, Mrs. Langdon, Mrs.
w: E. Marsh and Mrs. McEIroy. Gen
tlemen: Mr. Gray and Mr. Clark, Com
rade Carr, Leonard, Winne and Shep
FOR CARL SENNINQ.
Mrs. George Scnning planned a surprise
party for 'her little son Carl on Wednes
day afternoon, his eighth birthday. A
happy party of Carl's little friends called
at his home. 420 South Topeka, laden with
appropriate gifts .and birthday wen
wishes. Refreshments of strawberries
and cream, cake and candy were served,
and the guests enjoyed themselves to the
utmost. Those present were: Jessie Sparr,
Cheslei' Ilerford. Louis Johnson, Florence
Reiner, Fred Reiner, Mernio Fischer,
Lyle Whitlock, Robbie Rogers, Midgie
Little, Clifpn Little, Francis Nolan, Pearl
Dcnnic, Mary Shclfry, Roy Marks, Frank
Marks, and Lawrence Brlte.
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THURSDAY COOKING CLUB.
Mrs. H. AV. Lewis entertained the
Thursday Cooking: club at her'home, 304
North Emporia avenue. One new member
was elected to membership in the club.
She was Mrs. II. AV. Baldwin, formerly
of Oklahoma City. Mrs. McKibben, of
Iowa, was a visitor at the meeting.
Mrs. P. C. Lewis, Mrs. Will DIXon
and Mrs. B. II. Campbell assisted with
the menu and sorved pressed ham with
mustard, light rolls, pickles, fresh cherry
salad, cottage cheese, chocolate, brown
bread. oranKe preserves, frozen custard.
strawberries, pound cake. Members pres
ent were: Mrs. N. Baldwin. Mrs. E.
Vail. Mrs. Fred Smyth. Mrs. G. T. Steel.
Mrs. G. C. Purdue. Mrs. C. E.. Potts,
Mrs. Ralph L. MUlison, Mrs. H. Lewis,
Mrs? P. C. Lewis, Mrs. George Dickson,
Mrs. "Wul Dixon, Mrs. C. L. Davidson,
Mrs. J. H. Black, Mrs. C. G. Cohn, Mrs.
C. W. Brown. Mrs. O. D. Barnes, Mrs.
B. II. Campbell.
A delightful surprise was given In honor
of Miss Ethel Travis last Thursday eve
ning at her home on South Washington
avenue. The evening was s-ptiu n
music and games. At a late hour re
freshments were served. Thoso present
were: Cecil Barlow, Irene Prey. Treacie
Kelchmester, Alice Hill and Ethel Travis;
Messrs. Walter Trey. Frank Henderson,
Frank Flumely, John famun, trea
Lemeckie. Albert Blades. Chester Mer
cer, Wallace Sims, Leslie Moore, Charlie
Roed, Bill Hayes and Jim Sullard.
had been manifested. This year the uni
versity has had Miss Gertrude Becker at
the head of the department and the en
tertainment Thursday evening was an ex
cellent testimonial of her work.
PRO CATHEDRAL RECEPTION.
One of tho most elaborate receptions
rendered to the ladies of the Pro-Cathed
ral was given Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. C. II. Kosman and Mrs. T. H. Mur
phy. Tho house was decorated in pink
and white and progressive whist was the
order of the day t which Mrs. F. A
Clark won first prize and Miss G. Whit
lock won second, and' Mrs. .Ed. Stover
won the booby prlxe. Dainty refresh
ments were served.
Those present were: Mesdames Lappln,
J. C. Revell, J. Holllgar. O. E. Sternber;
J. Engels, B. L. Gleason, O. Stover, J". E.
Higgins, W. J'. AVeirick, W. A. Busch,
B. Murry, J. F. Warren, W. S. Warren.
W. M. Abbot, J. P. Woolard, Herrig,
Holloway, Bays, E. Wjltschek, E. Stro-
hecker, B. Hill, G." Gehrlng. H. J. Roet
zel, J. H. Congdon, Pierce, C. E. Doyle,
E. J. Healy, X. C. Williams, Ben Toller,
J. L. O'Connor, W. A. Tagncy, J. E. Lew
ls,J. H. Doyle, M. J. Shields, Mrs. F. A.
Clark, A. Markey M". Dunning; Misses
Anna Gleason, Annie Alten, May Aherne,
Margaret Stover, Gertrude Engels, Paul
ine Wallenstein, Gisele Whltschok, Trcsa
Folk, May Healy, Bessie Markey, Margar
et Sherod and Mrs. T. H. Murphy, Mrs.
C. H. Kosman. -
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RECITAL AT FRIENDS.
The elocutionary recital by Miss Es-
tella Nicholson, of tho department of elo
cution at Friends university, was. given
Thursday evening in Russell Hall of the
umversitv. to a largo audience. All the
readings of Miss Nicholson were taken
from the well-known book of Alice Hcgen
Rice's "Mrs. Wlggs of the caDDage
Patch." The first selection. "The faunuay
School." represented many humorous
characters and each in its turn were
well impersonated by Miss Nicholson
While the first howed the brighter Fide
of life of Mrs. Wiggs and her flock of
children, the second reading, "Jim Wiggs
Death." was full of feeling and pathos.
The two musical numbers. "Canst Thou
Forget So Soon." and "Fairy Lore Song,"
by Mrs. Lottie Mntson, contralto, proved
t her a singer of rare ability. She posses
ses a voice of low, clear Quality, capable I gj-yj ln eioctlljcn.
Friday -evening Miss Josephine Middle
ton gayc,.a - very .enjoyable dramatic re
cital atlhes home, of, her cousin, Mrs.
Owenjoh.NQrth .St. Francis to about torty
invited guests, iuiss Middleton Is a stu
dent ofthe', Albertus "Magnus Dramatic
school', and,nougb, she has studied only
a shprt . llne, . shows marked ability in
tnis une.ofwprK, ano surpnse.q anu ue-:
lighted, ,hcr friends The .program was
heavy and showed her versatility as it
ranged from the light work to the deeper
Shakesperean parts, in tho "Cuban Tea"
she showed marked talent as an actress'.
Miss ,Middleton r is a native of Indian
Territory "sfrid her future work will bo
watched with interest. During the pro
gram she responded .to several encores.
The program was'ariwl very, pleasantly
with two vocal numbers by Miss Jocciyn
who Sang very artistically and responded
to an encore' with a sweet folk song". A
very .delightful evening was spent by all
and spveral impromptu musical numbers
were given by one or two guests.
Following is the program:
Piano Solo .....Selected
The Glove Leigh Hunt
Tho Lions Leigh Hunt
King Robe'rt of Sicily. " Longfellow
Vocal Sojo "My Lady's Bower A
The Runaway Riley
The . Old Cradle El M. GrifBth
The Bugle Song ...Tennyson
Scene V., Romso and Juliet.. .
Vocal Solo "Dally iQuestion"
- Meyer Helmerd
Monologue , Cuban Tea
MRS. JOINER ENTERETAIXS.
A very pleasant evening was spent at
the home of Mrs. B. IL Joiners 254 North
Topelia. avenue. Friday evening, by a. few
friends. The guests of honor were Mrs.
G. W. Saur and daughter Estella, of Hen
nessey, O. T. The evening was spent In
having, a social good time and in whist.
The prize, a beautiful bunch of carna
tions, was won by Miss Saur.
SOUTH SIDE KINDERGARTEN.
The South Side Free Kindergarten gave
an entertainment fr their closing exer
cises. The main features wero recitations and
music. Tho parts that pleased the audi
ence the most ,werc those of Stella, the
queen's favorite- fairy, the threa daisies j
and the bumble be j
Several of the parts of the cantata :
had to be omltu-d, the absence of the ?
characters being caused by sickness. i
The recitations of the children were ;
all very good. The vocal solo by MUs !
Carey delighted the audlenc. her voice f
being sweet and well cultured. The !
Wichita Boys' orchestra gave Mm? fine
selections, of which we bespeak a great '
future fcr them..- I
Miss Mascall's . recitation showed good ,
orated for the occasion and everything
was done to make the affair a success.
Mr. George Adams made a speech which
was very appropriate for the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf received many hand
some presents from tneir friends, who
took this occasion to show their esteem.
Among the guests were: Mr. Heimer
man, of Maibe. Mr. Elson, of Colwich,
Mrs. Julia Stein, of Kansas City. Mr .and
Mrs. Cole and family, Mr. Hoffman, Mr.
and Mrs. Kemble. Mr. and Mrs. Laubcr,
Mr. and Mrs. Affel. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
McVay, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hoover, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Stage, Mrs. Wagner,
Mr. and Mrs. Walters, Mr. and Mrs.
Beck, Mr". Waterstradt. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Hermerman, r. E. A ollengy. Mr. S. E.-J
More, Mr. John Goodman, Mrs. Schwerte
g'er and Mrs. AVhitemaq.
HAS MARRIED THOUSANDS.
"Loves labor's lost," Is the motto of
Mr. Charlesworth, the proprietor of the
"MatrImonia Post and Fashionable Mar
riage Advertiser." He informed the Bris
tol county court judge that during the
past twenty-eight years he has been In
strumental in bringing about the mar
riage of S.775 couples. Abviously he is a
match-maker of both experience and suc
cess. AVhen a London Express representative
called at Mr. Charlesworth's offices he
was received in a sumptuously furnlnhed
apartment. Everything about tho place
indicated refinement, and, appropriately
enough, cupid was there, too.
,"I believe." said Mr. CharleswC-rth,
"that at least three out of five marrlai,s
arranged by mo turn out happily. Bu
first let me call your attention to a curi
osity in the way of matrimonial adver
tisements appearing in my paper. Hero
"Prince for an English million heiress.
Prince Joseph Cawse or Do Caux, Calz
nnd Calais, first cousin to his gracious
majesty the King Edward All., E. R.
Rex, and relative of all the royal family
of Europe. AVIdower, aged fifty-three, in
appearance forty-five, fourth youngest
and only son of Prlnco James AVoodroffc
Cawes or Do Caux", Calz and Calais.
whose father was Princo James Cawse
De Craux. etc., who married Princess
Susanah De Day. My mother was Prin
cess Eleanor Gunso De Guise or Guelph,
who married Mary Mills of the Stuart
Mills family of Scotland. I have one son
and ope daughter, aged thirty-one and
tldrty-three. I resemble King Cawse
Henry, first, second, third kings of Eng
land, France. Spain, Norway, and Sweden.
son of Empress Maud Cawse or De Cauxr
etc. I am of the Stuart Tudor, and
Plantagenct pedigrees, of dark complex
ion, slim, was born on Qnecn AMctorla's
wedding day. My wifo-was Princess A'ic
torla Turneour or Do Turneour, descend
ant of King Edward Turneour or De
Turneour. My wife was born on the
quccn'3 wedding day, 1511, who died on
Eton day. June i, 1S3I. AA'e were married
on' the comonation day anniversary of
King Edward I., the 33th of August. 1S.
of High Wycombe, Bucks. My late wife
was born at South Park, in Aylesbury,
Bucks, on the borders of Hertfordshire,
near where Queen Eleanor died, the wife
of. King Edward I., Edward Turneour or
"Age is no longer the assurance of a good demand
that it once was There are distinguished old pianos,
whose past fame has stood inthe light of modern
progress. Monuments tell of good deeds past and done.
LiA-ing deeds tell of what is going on today." Musical
That is a plain truth, well expressed, based upon
expert observation and induced by unbiased judgment.
is, in pianodoni, the illustrious ex
ponent of modern progress. Its beau
ty of tone, full of human expression
and delicate shading, pure and noble,
is coupled Avifh eilicient toiie-sustain-ing
poAyer and perfect Avorkmanship.
It is a splendid example of riving '
deeds telling of Avhat is going on
The McKinivey Music Co.
411 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan.
New Phone 1170. Old Phona 709.
Southwestern Wholesale Distributors.
De Turneour; sfc" was of the samo family
as my mother. Princess Eleanor."
"Now that was inserted by a royal pfr
sonagc. His royal htehnoss does not.
however, live in Bark lane, but In a
northeastern suburb of London.
"One of the most interesting cases in
which I have been engaged recently was
that of a young lady of twenty-four,
whose father wifhed her to marry an old
man of eighty-two, who held mortgages
on her father's pryerty. The lady wrote
to me. I quickly smoothed matters over
by marrying her in three weeks' time
to ,a client at Cromer.
''Somc days after, at the instigation
of another lady, I successfully found a
partner for her niece. The aunt was so
ploaeed that she asked mo to help her
Into matrimony herself. Unfortunately,
she is still on my books.
"I have at present peventy-nlnc engaged
couples on my list, all of whom I hopo
to sco shortly married. It is only a few
weeks since 1 'married a lady U an of
ficer stationed at Alexandria. Neither
Kid seen the other Wore tho lady ar
rived in tho Soudan. This same lady had
been engaged to an officer In India, but
he wroteio roc to" 'paw hr on' to ioorr.
one dsc. This I uld, and ho U now
"I have also had tho prtvllcgo of ar
ranging a. marrlnso for a mothi:r tw?
daughters and a on. The motlmr paliX
all the ies. Another caao wax that ot
a man for whom 1 ound a wife flftoea
years ago. She died five yeare after, anil
I found hJm another wife. Now ho 1m
lost her. he again .applied to m. anl
I have no doubt I Jdiull tc able to ult
Dog raising is practiced In Manohuri
nuch as cheep farming is carried on
wh-cro. A Manchurlnn brido takes her,
dowry in dose, six If she he th dauxh
tcr of po "rparents, more If thoy b
wealthy. The brute srve as msat fcr
human consumption, and their magnifi
cent coatg are converted Into rue a and
garments. From 0.0W to W.OO dOS aro
slaughtcd even ypar-
Governor Peabody. of Colorado, nftef
having "ben wnlffl upon at dinner by, tho
girls ot th State Agricultural coll:
donned a white apron and acted as waiter
while the girls ,-itc
of much expression and shading. Mrs,
Matson and Miss Xfchllson were well re
ceived by the audience, and both were
compelled to respond to encores.
The accompanist. Mrs. Reynolds, dem
onstrated she was an accompanist of un
usual ability, being in perfect sympathy
with the singer.
The last rcaolng of Miss Nicholson,
"The Theater Party." was full of collo
quial expressions of Mrs. AViggs, and her
tact In preparing each little AViggs to at
tend the theater was well hrought out.
j Miss Nicholson was perfect in her 1m-
personation, bringing the picture of Mrs.
' AA'lsgs and her powers of conversation
!and the chief characteristics of Aus
tralia. Asia and Europe vivjdly to her
Before this year scarcely any work had
bcea done in Friend university, la e!o
cutica. asA oratory and very UtUc interest
The children's kindergarten work prop- j
er. was not exhibited this time, as lby !
gave exhibitions previously during the j
year. The parents expressed themselves j
much pleajd with the samples of sew-
ing and weaving of the children brought
home from week to week, and also wtth ;
the new contrivances ot appKquc work. I
which is now taken ap. In every de- j
paruncnt of the routine work they had a
thorough drill and their teacVr, Miss i
AViegand. says they worked with- Indus- ?
try and with pleasure. 1
GOLDEN AVEDD1NG ANNIVERSARY. I
Testerday afternoon, the gc4den. wSdisg
anniversary of Mr. ad Mrs. Kerrcaa
AVolf was celebrated at ttec fconse of their J
son. Mr. FreJ VVolf. Zt X .Main street. I ,
If apartment wero vcry j3.tfi7, kc- j
AVaists for After
noon Teas and Re
ceptions, the most
New York Cloak & Suit Co.
i47 North Main Street
NwJed A Itera
tion made by -p--ts.
FU guaranteed, j?
When a Store Has the Merchandise
Marks its stock in plain figures, treats one and all alike and sells at the most reasonable
prices, no wonder it should be the. mecca "f those who appreciate its advantages.
Such a store is the ew York Cloak nnd Suit Co. Our stocks are always on the
move and every setting sun sees the arrival of fresh, new apparel direct from the world's
$5.98 Buvs a Handsome While Dress
SOLD AT M AXr STORES Ft-1 1 ST 59.
Swell White Waists
Made of Frenrh Lawn, white background. nw arrange
ment of dots which brings out a i-trlkir.gly teautlful
effect waist torchon la-- trimmed full bJ'v Threa
folds of tho material encircle the skirt at th
bottom. Skirt and waist Jauntily pfprd in rod
A Dainty Novelty In Palo Green and Lmon Mixture,
broad shoulder effect, a r tanning Ptylc.
Choice of any ot-thc above Monday
French Nub A'oflc Suit In chnmpagr.- color, yoke Is tuck
ed and Knocked and ftelshed with Rjaelan embroidery
lace, inch folds on each gore of skirt from
waist line to bottom
FROM 1l.A TO JS.OX SEVERAL AT REDUCED PRICES
I lot Walrt toetedlc all the lt5t nov!Ue and ftRr.
at J5 and JLS retalar. Mo&day
Lot 2. xegclar fl.S and -'S! valvo, Mcny ilJ
Jvn 2, rtgolar tl-W rsl, Missday tZ f
India liaon AVJts, dairat!r triasraexJ Is e- Q5fl
breWwry and lace. S2M mtfoes, Mdr
rofnt D arprlt. aJo HaivlMwae Ail OVW CROO
Erabrary Watet. each.... -
All Over Lace AVits. sat. dreawy Jeiesj, fall l-rs
- farcy os?lr. latest njie. lis throttsttfttt QOQ
with India Jirya. PrSos.
Black, Blue, Brown
Sicilian AVaRcln Skirts, non-'xrinkliajr
and dust proof, a great Skin at the
regular prices. ad JSX' m nn
Monday at , 4"
Mad to resBlatioa lenatth of wblt
prj?:r. doclcs, crasbex, !lna. etc.
vriy i ike Uui Sk. f A 050
emr tyl- DMUww
In plain and
all sorts and
15c to 7gc Pair j
Silk Shirt Waist Suits
Rich, ifcades ct Use and brows slfict Cxlnty rise
pattern, fcssionseJr ?asdr -with the broad aiwsl
ders. pleated and. ttrapptsl, iifcevertd OAAQ
bsttsar. decidedly drsiy. Prfc . ...... CP
Pongee Silk Slits
Nacoral colr. rtf7 j. C1T50
fea!K ttyle If
"YVre closing out
our entire stock