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IVJays to Advertise In the Rising Son
TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY CELE
BRATION. Never In the hlHtory of Kansns City
Kansas society has there been a more
brilliant affair than thla one. Their
lovely home wa-a beautifully decorated
with cut flowers and palms. The
beautiful flowers and the ladies in
their evening gown was a picture of
long remembrance to those who re
sponded to the kind Invitations of
Judge and Madame Bradley. Dainty
refreshments were served In the dining
room and punch In the reception hall.
The receiving hours were from 2 to
11. Followln gis the list of presents:
Mrs. A. E. Jenkins, Mrs. Owens,
Mrs. Roth well, Miss E. V. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. F. Durdette, Mr. and
Mrs. Easely, Mr. and Mrs. P. Younger,
Mr .and Mrs. W. A. Butler, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Dwiggins, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Williams, Mr. ai5jd Mrs. W. D.
Green, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. lwls, Mr.
and Mrs. A. If. Dandrldge, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Lee. Rev. and Mrs. Lee, Mrs.
it. Dudley Linen sheets.
Mr. John Ross Box linen writing
. Misses Ida a-nil Victoria Overall,
Kansas City, Mo.-'ocket for Den.
Mrs. Moltle Rhode.... Mis Effl
FlHher, of Independence, mo. Hand
kerchiefs. Rev. and Mrs. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.
Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Irving, Mr.
4ind Mrs. Overton, Mr. DUbert, Misses
Buford H. Madison Iace Handker
chief and Fancy stock collar.
Mrs. S. J. Davis Sideboard scarf and
Mrs. S. D. Scruggs, Mrs. Taylor
Linen pillow cases.
Dr. S. H. Thompson and wife Mar
seilles spread and linen pillow cases.
Ijoulse A. Thompson Centerpiece.
Mr. Chas. Iee one dozen dolllles.
Miss Cora Garner Mexican worked
Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Kansas City,
Mo. Lace handkerchief.
Miss M. Gierron', Mrs. Gierron Two
Friends of Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs.
H. Booker, Mrs. F. Buffkins, Mrs.
Hulell, Mrs. William Blunk, Mrs. L.
Jordan, Mrs. Jacobs, Miss Hubbcll,
Miss Pierce, Miss Olden Embroidered
lnen pillow cases.
Miss Ruth Deloash, M. I. S. James,
of Kansas City, Mo. Embroidered
linen pillow cases.
Mrs. A. Young and daughter, Kansas
City, Mo. Pair of hemstitched towels.
Miss Jessie Ewlng Linen center
piece. Mr. and Mrs. P. Mason, Lawrence,
Kan. Dresser scarf.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Reynolds, Lunch
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Trent, Pair of
Miss Bertha- Cole and sister Mext
can drawn work centerpiece.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Foster, Pair of
Rev. Richardson and family Drawn
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Pair of
Miss Lydla Lockrldge and sister
Mr. Riley Summers Towel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roberts Pair of
Mr. end Mrs. Jennings Tray cloth
Mr. and Mrs. Beaty Dresser scarf.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams Towels.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Kansas City,
Mo. Drawn work splasher.
Mr. J. J. Thomas Pair of towels,
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Blackburn Pair
of towels. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johson, Leven-
worth, Kan. Dresser scarf.
Miss Mabel Lucas, of Kansas City,
Mo. Spatchel centerpiece.
Rev. McNeal and wife Dresser acarf.
1 k. MM- g W ' I J !
Mr. Johnson Towel.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Dresser scarf.
Mrs. G. 1). Nichols, Mrs. Thlirman,
Mrs. N. Jones, Mrs. M. King', Mrs. K.
Mopplns, Mrs. Ella Cox, Mrs. Sayles,
Mrs. J. Palmer, Mrs. S. Montgomery,
Miss VV. Phoenix, Miss D. Sewell, Mtsa
G. ' Nicholls Mexican drawn work
centerpiece and tennerlfee centerpiece.
Miss Ida F. Johnson Towels.
Mrs. Stone and daughter, of Ijiw
rence, Kan. Sideboard scarf.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson, Armourdale
Drawn work lunch cloth.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rohe one dozen
Miss Ida Washington, Kansas City,
Mo. one half dozen drawn work
Mr .and Mrs. George Teeters one
half dozen napkins.
Mrs. Mary Brown, Kansas City, Mo.
Drawn work doilly.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson Arabian
Miss F. Garner-r-half dozen napkins.
Rev. Braxton and wife Drawn work
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Henderson half
Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. M. Wilson, Mrs.
Dyson, Mrs. T. Jackson, Mrs. Reed,
- ,M: - s. M. Mack, Mp, E. Moore, Mrs.
E. Graves, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. S. Wilson,
Mrs. S. Fields, Mrs. Ewing. Mrs. A. J.
Neely, Miss M. Brown. Miss Stella- Wil
son French embroidered lunch cloth,
sideboard scarf, dolllles and silk em
Kansas City, Mo., Art club: Mrs.
F. Jackson, Mrs. John Herndon, Mrs.
T. C. Chapman, Mrs. John Lange, Mrs.
Thomas Herndon, Mrs. J. S. Harris,
Mrs. John Hill, Mrs. John Wheeler,
Mrs. L. A. Tillman, Mrs. W. F. Fair
fax, Mrs. D. N. Crossthwalt, Mrs. Chas.
Ba-ller, Mrs. W. H. Bonsfleld, Mrs.
Theo. Clay, Mrs. Woodland, Mrs. Car
rie, G. Harris, of Galveston, Tex.; Mrs.
Richard Allen, Mrs. R. T. Cole, Mrs.
Ed. Henderson, Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Jones
Satin damask table cloth and nap
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Williams, Mr.
a-nd Mrs. B. S. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Turner,
Mr. and Mrs. Ti Davis, Misses Porters,
Mrs. Bland and daughter, Mrs. Tillery
and daughter, Mrs. Gatewood, Miss R.
Thompson French embroidered lunch
Prof. GrlHham, Kansas City, Mo.
Miss Mary Moberly Dresser scarf.
Mrs. J. J. Marshall, Kansas City,
Mo. Sideboard scarf.
Mrs. A. Moore, Kansas City, Mo.
Miss Dora Thwalts, Beaumont, Cal.
Mexican drawn work handkerchief.
Mrs. A. C. Scott and Mrs. Mary Ash
ton Sideboard scarfs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Buckner, of
Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. W. I. Jamison, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Guy, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Watklns,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Childers, Mr. a-nd
Mrs. H. Dillard, Rev. and Mrs. B. W.
Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Matley, Mrs. McNeal
and daughter, Mr. A. M. Thomas.
Friends of Kansas City, Mo.: Mrs,
Jos. Brlce, Mrs. William Rhodes, Mrs.
F. J. Brlnkley, Mrs. Lon White, Mrs.
8. R. Bally, Mrs. K. Jordan, Mrs. M. E.
Nero, Mrs. J. W. Baldwin, Mrs. Dan
Willis, Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. B. B.
Brown, Mrs. Sam Lee, Mrs. Jennie
Rlchardosn, Mrs. Bessie EvanB, Mrs,
Amelia Gibbs, Mrs. H. O. Cook, Mrs,
Chas. Monroe, Mrs. J as. Crews, Mrs,
T. C. Untbank, Mrs. E. Q. Garner,
Mrs. M. L. Clark, Mrs. M. Carter, Mrs,
J. F. Coles, Mrs. M. W. Waters, Mrs.
Robt Wiley, Mrs. Luclnda Day, Mrs.
D. A. McCa-rapbell, Mrs. D. Queenann,
Miss Lulu Williams, of Ft Madison
la.; Miss Sadie Thornton, Miss Geneva
Wiley, Mrs. N. H. Dawley. Jr., Rev
Father Harper Tenerlffe and darwn
for It Reaches More Homes of Colored Peop.o than any other Paper
KANSAS CITY MO.. FRIDAY, tKl'TEMttill 25. 15103.
work lunch cloth and doillies.
Mrs. Aliie Huston Sideboard scarf.
Mrs. W. W. Patrick Dresser scarf.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton and son Malt
Friends of Iawrence, Kan.: Mr. and
and Mrs. J. Dillnrd. Miss Mary Dillard,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moore and Mis
Jennie Moore Satin damask table
cloth and one dozen na-pklns.
The Misses Reld, Kansas City, Mo.
Drawn work sideboard scarf.
One damasg lunch cloth.
Mr. P. Brown and Miss F. Murry
One dozen napkins.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Edwards, of Kan
sas City, Mo. Satin damask lunch
Mrs. Sylvia- Robertson Half dozen
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bowser, of Kan
sas City, Mo. Drawn work lunch cloth.
Mrs. Burgos Jackson and daughter
Prof, and Mrs. Vernon, of Quindnro;
Prof, and Mrs. G. A. Gregg, Prof, anil
Mrs. R. G. Jackson, Mrs. S. Gross anil
Mrs. Spark, of Lawrence Satin da
mask lunch cloth.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Harris Damask
sitW board scarf.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Richardson Damask lunch cloth.
Mrs. Mtry Alexander Pillow shanu.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Smith, Mr. aud Mrs.
B. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. La May, Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Lee Mexican drawn
work lunch cloth.
Mr. and Mrs. Saunders One dozen
Miss Mattie Iwrence Lace hand'
kerchief, two Arabian linen handker
chiefs, half dozen towels.
I-awrence friends: Mr. and Mrs.
Seals, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hawkins, Mr.
and Mrs. R. White, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Henson, Mr. and Mrs. Pennell, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. King, Dr. and Mrs. Young,
Dr. W. Parlss, Mrs. Chas. Smith, Mrs.
Jane Jeans, Mrs. Sam Jeans and
daughter, Mrs. L. Miller Tenerlffe and
Mexican drawn work centerpiece.
Miss Daisy Moberly Dresser scarf.
Lawrence friends: Mr. and Mrs. A.
Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. A. Carter. Mr. and
Mrs. I. Verder, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ander
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomau, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Grey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamil
ton, Mr. and Mrs. MeBrown, Mr. and
Mrs. John Henderson, Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford, Dr. and Mrs. Hurvey, Mrs.
Susan Hawkins, Mrs. M. Pnrls, Mrs. J.
Johnson, Miss J. Alexander Linen
Friends of Kansas City, Kan.: Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Johnson, Rev. and Mrs.
E. A. Wilson, Rev. and Mrs. D. B,
Jackson, Dr. and Mrs. Anthony, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Peebles, Dr. A. K.
Laurence, Mr. C. II. M. Collins, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Trent, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. I. K.
Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Moberly. Mr. and
Mrs. L. N. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F.
P. erry, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Douglass,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hubu-rd, Mr. and
Mrs. T. S. Booker, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Brancke, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Watklns,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. R. 8. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. White.
Mr. and Mrs. IT. F. Scales. Mr. aud
Mrs. F. D. Gleed, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Moberly, Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Griffin,
Rev. O. Daniels, Col Wasson and fam
ily, Mrs. Clara Smith, of Chicago; Mrs.
Snodden, Mrs. Fannie Moberly, Miss
Anna Stafford, MIbs Ethel Stafford,
Miss Lulu Care, Mrs. M. Y. Mathews,
Mrs. A. I Walker, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Gordon, Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Ward,
Mr. Frank hompson, Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. Brooks, Mrs. Emma- Fields, Rev.
McNeal, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bass, Mrs.
W. L. Grant, Miss Synthia Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Trent Silk tapestry
portieres, Persian silk piano scarf,
Mrs. II. Fuel of Ijiwrenco one pair
snatched pillow sluvms.
A life of ease means a life of dis
Love may be blind, but chaperous
All the political rogues are In the
Young men know it all, but old men
have the coin.
Piety Is a good thing, but even piety
Is often overworked.
Life semis to bo ono protracted
sleep to tfohie people.
As nn nil-round musician the organ
grinder licuds the list.
"Sr-iip dirt cheap" Is the way a Kan
sas grot it advertises it.
It takes a strong corporation to
throw u bi idge across a river.
Never Juile a women's mind by tho
time it takes her to make It up.
A vi nnum an test u man's patience
by asking him to thread a needle.
The proverbial luck of fools Is never
mentioned by the lucky individual.
Cloves are responsible fur the first
breath of suspicion In many families.
A bookkeeper should always keep
sober otlirwlse he may lose his bal
ance. Fear of being an old maid induces
many a girl to choose the wrong hus
band. If a man who Is Injured in a railroad
wreck falls to recover his heirs will
A man Is very apt to be cut by his
best friend when he attempts to shavo
If tombstones always told the truth
Satan would turn the nose on his Ore
and quit in disgust.
A Michigan man who advertised for
a wife received nineteen rcpllos from
husliunds offering him tlieliH.
When a man wants to talk ho nearly
always bumps up against some man
who doesn't want to listen.
Pome young men are prejudiced
against work because they Imagine
that being hired lowers them.
When a man wins a bet hi sets his
hat on tho hnek of his head: when he
loses he pulls It down over his eyes.
A cursory glance over an uuder'
taker's books will com lin o any man
that ho saves a good deal every year
by not dying.
To make genuine Wall street con
somme take a Utile, stock, add seven
times as much water, then catch your
Iamb. Chicago News.
The Summer "Co'tige."
Tho summer "cottage" on the sea
short1 is tin- selected place of all
others for those who have nothing to
do. who have no desire to do It, and
an abundance of time in which to do
It. There are tens of thousands of
them, In a circle of a score or two
of miles about New York. Mauy of
them (ire occupied year after year
hy their owners, und many other aro
built for leune, unit see a uov tenant
each seuson New York Letter.
American Electih.al Industry.
The Investment m c
I at ion
I electrical Innm-try b
, 8tates, as sbo'vn I
the censes oi'rlce, i-
$5iu.0ni nco. iiu k
companies, v v ' "
of C pur cent t.'. ' 1
I i v.i f
In remarrying a man runs the risk
of regretting his wife,' tlrst husband
as much ns she does.
There Is only one being whom a
woman allows a man to find more
beautiful than herself. It Is her child.
Painting, music and women nro of
ten admired by plucky people who aro
not afraid of exhibiting their ignor
How many married couples would
lend a pleasant life if wives would
only do their hair the way their hus
bands like it'.
In remarrying n woman runs two
risks she may either regret that shn
lost her llrst husband or that she did
not always have her second one.
Women should always dress with
simplicity. When they are beautiful,
it makes them htill more beautiful.
When they aro ugly, it makes them
There are women who would not
tMnk, dream even, of searching their
husbands' frock coat pockets during
their absence from home, who would
not even read nn open letter iu a wom
an's handwriting that was lying on
their table in the study, who would
Indignantly throw Into tlm tire n an
onymous letter about their husbands,
Buys the Pittsburg Press.
To mnke pleasures pleasant shorten
them. CharU'H Buxton.
Originality is simply a pair of fresh
eyes. T. W. Illgglnsoii.
Mediocrity ran talk; but it Is for
genius to observe. Disraeli.
After crosses and losses men grow
humbler and wiser. Franklin.
The highest manhood resides In dis
position, not in nicro intellect. II. W.
One ungrateful man does an Injury
to all who stand In need of aid. Pub
Persistent people begin their suc
cess where others end iu failure. Ed
Our tlrst Impulsed nre good, gener-
mi-. Jieroical; reflection weakens and
Kills them.- L. A. Martin.
The more wo do, the inure we can
do; the more busy He me. the more
h-lsuio wo have.- Iliizllli.
Frotn I' plolesKlolial srhooH of
the I'tiitiM '.-'.l, ites tlieie were rnidmit
ctl la'.l year: In theology, l.fisri; in
law. ;i,:;t;: in meiileine, 5. 4'.'; in den
tistry. :'.3II; in pharmacy. I ;!7: In
veterinary mcdirinii. ii;i, Tim nmnbei
of students Iu theology has remained
ttatlonary Flnre IS'.iO; medic. il itu
Dents have increased ".) per cent, ami
(Indents In law to tho remarkable ex
tent of :'02 per cent.
Tho AudulKin society In North Caro
lina lias branches In eight towns and
cities. Including Kalelgh and Wilming
ton. It has 80 members, who pay
fb each per year. Tho society em
ploys men on the coast nt $45 to J .10
a month to look after violations of the
law against killing birds.
Dr. Maurice lllooin field, professor
of Sanskrit ami comparative philol
ogy at Johns Hopkins, is upending his
vacation in rending the proof or a
glossary of words found In the ancient
Vodas of the Babylonians.
Get More Power From Coal.
Such has been the Improvement In
'ngine boilers and fire boxes that thn
power derived from a pound of coal
to-day Is nearly three times as great
as It was fifty years ago.
In the State.
Hev. . A. Gilbert attended the con
ference nt Topeka. lias., last week and
wii- swell pleased at. the reports of tho
Mr. Kirk Johnson's wife died Fri
day, September 1Mb, and was burled
on the l!oth from the Second Baptist
church. She Iravcs six children, nil
infant -I months old. ami a brother and
sister and n host of other relatives to
mourn her loss. Mr. Johnson extend
his thanks to the gentlemen who vol
unteered their aid. We extend our
heartfelt sympathy to the bereft fam
ily. Little Mary Scott died on Septem
ber 1Mb and was buried on Sunday,
Miss Josephine Hawkins and Mr.
Hiram Tcrrlal were united into inalrl
nilny Wednesday. September 1 tt;t,
at ion A. M. K. church at 4 p. m. and
left the same afternoon for Kansas.
City, where they expect to innko their
future home. We wish them a long
and happy life.
Mrs. John llaydeii Is now Improving.
.Mrs. Prof. Green Is also somewhat
Mr. Chester Colley and Mr. o.Ihn
linlhrcath is here visiting their mother
and fallur The young men have been
i.wuy for several years anl looy like
liny had taken good earn of them
selves. Hev. iludilon, of Odessa, was here
Sunday and preached morning and
evening at the Christian church.
Mr. Lewis Porter has been very sick
for the last ten days. We' hope he
will be out. soon.
.Mr. Wash I licks, of Kii'iisas City,
father of Mr. Win. lib Its and a broth
er of A. W. Walker, came down Sun
nily and returned Monday evening.
We were glad to see him.
Mrs. Susie Robinson hart been on
the sick list for a week or two.
Mrs. A. Lindsay returned home last
Thursday a'fter a few days visit to her
son In Kansas City.
Mrs. .las. Ijiwsiui subserlbetl for (he
Hising Sou ami paid for It. Mr. George
Porter and Mrs. Susie Itobiusou also
paid for anol her month. We hope oth
ers will do likewise.
SOME RED EPIGRAMS.
Heed wan n genius In apt condensa
tion - his cplKiams will condense bis
biography as his humor will expand II.
Here Is a bum h of Heed's proverbs:
There Is not stupidity enough III this
nation to kill It.
The foltlerol of fully which garnishes
the mouth i,r men who think epi
thets arc Ideas.
Whnt Is Ihi' duty of the voter who
wants peace ami a surely of lodging
A statesman more valiant in vaunt
lug than in veto.
When a man does not mean what
he says we never i an tell w hat he does
Prosperity does not perch upon un
certainty. Alluding to two of his colleagues In
the national house, he bald: "They
never open their mouths without sub
tracting from the sum of humuii
Another: "The senate la a place
where gootl representatives go when
The curtain had hardly risen on Mr.
Reed's first act In "counting a quo
rum" when Mr. McCreary of Ken
tucky objected to being counted as
present. The speaker, with the pe
culiar twinkle, and with the curl of
Up which always denoted pity und
scorn at what ho Interpreted as im
becility, drawled out: "Does the pi' e
tlemau wlbh lo deny that ho U present?"