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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1900.
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Willi .h. .d.enl of September comes the
return of the s.umraer travelers, and a con
sequei.t enlivening of tonn. Xot In many
Beasot.s ha the exodus from St. Louis been
so ffemrul In the last mocth.
These persons who have no real and jpe
clfic reason for returning at this time, and
Trhose inclination and bank account trill per
mit of a continued outing, are not exhib
iting idom of the best variety If they
do drift back before October. St. Louis In
variably suffers from ber hottest weather
for a fortnight or more early In September,
and. after a lone sis or eight wecka by
lapping lake or rolllne sea, sloepihg under
a blanket at night and wearing a light
overcoaT or golf cape during the day, the
transition to torrid weather Is by no means
XoUilro,- Is mere disquieting to the feml-
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ona imaing not weatner not yet over, to (
make the discovery that ones summer
clothes are beginning to appear frayed
round the edges, with shirt waists faded
and dimity gowns mussed and soiled. Jo
one feels like replenishing In so far as thin
things are concerned; and the thought of
purchasing early fall felts and woolens Is
not to be considered for a moment.
The wisest plan Is to stay away until .the
danger of lingering summer Is passed, and
then one can make a few smart purchases
en route home, as one passes through the
large cities, returning at a time when the
"weather lt quite cool enough to permit of
their being worn In eaje and comfort.
While the m&Jorlty of people are still out
of town, and will continue to remain at
resorts until, poss.bly. Veiled Prophet's
time yet most or them have definitely de
cided upon a return date and have com
municated with their at-home friends to
The summer European travelers who en
gaged return passage on going across will
begin to come back from middle September
until late October. 'Most of the steamship
companies announce their bookings for the
month to be unusually large, and the list of
prominent people who are elthor already on
tho ocean en route for America or who will
sail from the outgoing ports within the
next ten aas la n.stontshmgly long.
Mr. and Mrs. William O. May, who went
to Paris curl ,n the summer, sailed frdm
Southampton on the stsanvhip St. Louis on
Scptmber 1. and will arrive In town this
Mrr. William Link of the South Side and
her son, William Bender, railed on the Rrd
SJwT Line also on September L and are ex
pected homf daily.
Professor J. s. McDanlel. W. Grason. Jr.
and Miss Zene Casiu sailed yesterday on
the Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Thomas, who have
fccen aoroad since the tally spring, will ar
rive to-day In St. Louis.
Miss Oterall and her brother, John H.
Overall, Jr., who have mads a six weeks'
visit to the exposition, will tnko their de
parture from toreisn shores on September
. , Miss Overall will come directly hom.
while her brother expects to return to col
lege. Klvaa Tully of Cabanne, the Mississippi
Klver engineer, is due to sail from South
ampton on September 22. Mr. Tully will
leave Mrs Tully and his family- abroad for
an Indefinite time. One of his children ex
pects to enter a school in Switzerland for
The iteamer St Paul will bring back sev
ru' St. Loulsans on October C. Mrs. Annie
X Sharpe and her daughter. Miss Juliet
Sharpe. of est Pme boulevard will return
then, accompanied by MIj"s Mabel Forres
ter, who has been traveling with the Sharpe
party through England, Scotland and Wales
during the late summer. -
Sir. and Mrs. Thomar. P. McCormick; who
made a flying trip to Paris, will come back
by the same steamer, as will also Mr and
aire. S. L. Hlghlej man of Hotel Beers,
'r,? .. Pren.t.lc?, - Cheney of Jerseyville.
III., Mrs. Highleyman's sister. Is now In
J.ew York and will sail for Europe with
Miss Adele Kimball on Wednesday of thH
week. She will Join the Hlghleyman party
In Paris immediately on landing.
Mr. Otto Hein. who has spent the summer
In Paris and traveling through Germany,
will sail for home late In October on the
Mrs. Dorsheimer and Miss Ella Dorshci
mer. with Mrs. Woermer and her familv,
expect to leave Europe about the middle of
November for home.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. HIrschberg. with
Mr. and Mrs Henry Turner of Elsah 111 .
and several St. Louis men who expect to
Join the party In Paris, will sail for home
early In November.
,Jrc anaMre-, William Medart and Mrs.
Mu lhall will arrhe to-day In St. Louis after
their summer abroad.
Judge Priest. Colonel Wells Blodgett and
Air. Ramsey, who formed a congenial trio
lor Luropean purposes of travel, early in
the summer, have announced their Intention
of returning cither on October 3 or Octo
The White Star line will bring back many
St. Louis people before September 13.
Among them are Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Kerens, who have been spending their
honeymoon abroad: H. F. Kohler. A. C.
Kean. Miss M. J. Kean, Mr. and .Mrs. W.
at?n--IL X- Edwards. W. A. Easton.
T. G. Hoffman, Mr and Mrs. R. M. Quig
ley. D. D. Drake, John M. Grade. A. P.
Grade. John P. Grade, Fred H. Semple.
Mrs. C. II. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Jloward. E. B. Howard. A. P. Howard, the
Reverend P. Dooley, Miss Nellie Dooley, C.
S. Jackson. Miss E. S. Jackson. Doctor and
Mrs Horatio N. Spencer, Doctor and Mrs.
?-..,? Budcm. Mrs. 13. II. Melntyre, Miss
Lillian Melntyre and Miss Lida MclntYre.
Miss Gregg, Miss Thornton and Doctor
and Mrs. Flavin.
On the Holland-American line the follow
ing persons will sail for America before
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Roberts, Mrs. Emily
TeMun Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones.
Miss Collier.- Miss Lucie S. Collier, Doctor
Colin. W. B. inner. Doctor Greenfield Hu-
u-s K . .t . ...-. in. -Mr. aim Mrs. J.
iloore, .Mi" J. u. KauMnau, Jlr and
. mury 1'uer. Mrs '1 nomas Scarinir
ir anu Mrs. Cu&;tr Koeaur, MitD Koeii-
er and Mrs Kudoijin l.lliiberg, who unit
jr,.id u June, unu v. ho h.ne sp.-nl niOKt
t the summer touring about Uen.iunj, win
sail on September 14. Mrs. Euwaid jvrau--mck,
an ho has been at Atlantic City for me
.ast six weeks, will iniet them on their ar
rival In New York and journey westAkard
Mr. and Mrs. Bis'ell Ware and Mr. and
Mrs. Walker Evans, who have been vi-Hlns
the Thousand Islands and Canada for a
month, have Just returned to St. Louis.
Doctor and jlr. M. 1. Morrell will close
their South Haven cottage on September a).
Mr. and Mrs. Wayman McCreery and Ml
McCreery are now at ltye Beach, New
Hampshire, and will remain until Octo
Mrs. Abner C. Cassldy will spend Septem
ber and early October at Lenox, returning
the second week in October.
Mr. F. R. Pardons has returned from
Canad-i. Mrs. I'arsona and Miss May Par
sons will remain at Kingston, Ontario, until
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kockwood and their
daughters will remain at their Petoskcy cot
lagtj until November 1. The autumn Is jm
unusually beautiful reason at this Northern
spot, and the Kockwoods generally stay
until the very last moment.
Mrs. Kate Howard and the Misses Carrie
and May Howard will not clo-e their We
quetonsinsj cottage until November L
Miss Josephine Calhoun will return from
rsew- lorK and the Atlantic Coast the last
i of this week.
Mrs. George Bain. Miss Bain. Miss Clara
Bain and Mis Mlmi Berthold returned on
rrlday from South Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mahler and MI Rosa
lind Mahler will return on Wednesday, Sep
tember 12. They have spent the summer, as
usual, at Saratoga. At the annual conven- i her brothers on the Ice. and always inter
tlon of the American Society of Professors i ested In athletics of all kinds a tennis play-
or uancln-j. Just held at the Springs, Mr.
.uaiuer was eieciea vice presiaent.
Mrs. John Schroers ahd daughter. Miss
Lotta Klemm. will return to St. Louis
about September 5. after spending the sum
mer ai iije ueacn, ;s. 11.
Mrs. Edward Faust, who has spent mom
of the summer at Narragansett. will return
from the East about September 13.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Orthweln and Miss
Alice Orthwein are expected back from
Magnolia. Mass.. late In September.
Mrs. William H. Thornburgh and her chil
dren have gone from Magnolia to Buffalo,
where they will visit with Mrs. Thorn
burrh's mother for an indefinite timo,
Miss Irma Espcnhaln will return from
Green Lake. Wist, about September 23.
Miss Mary Lackland, who has been at
Jamestown, will return late In the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Ephron Catlln, Miss Emily
Catlin. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Catlln and Mr.
and Mrs. Edwanl Farlsh will arrive In St.
Louis from Jamestown on September 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Benolst are not to get
back until some time later.
Miss Ellne Victim who has spent the sum
mer at Magnolia, will return home bi way
of New York this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lldgh Green have
th ..ilfoii. "'i11" ;nei J""
JEf..1".0.","1.?.? o-?a- r. Buffalo, whee
,-- . . .; . ,. ,-- , m . .
fc.j mi. ian iia. umiiH parents, -ir.
and Mrs. Sloan, for a fortnight before re
turning to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Thomson and
their daughters expect to return on Mon
day from the MJsachusetts CoasL
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tl- rtlnl.-n trill m.
turn from the Northern lakes the last week
In September, with Miss Mabel Blake. Miss
Edith Blake preceded the others, reach'ng
St. Louis yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Hamilton will return Irom
Highland Park. Chicago, 111., about Oc
Mr. Alfred G. Robyn returned last Friday
from Magnolia and Nantucket Island
Mr. Max Kotany will return on Monday
from Blddeford Pool. Mrs. Kotany and Mrs
G. Herbert Walker will remain until early
Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Aglar are ex
pected back from the Northern lakes tho
last of September.
.3fw- and -M.rs- Wl'am Bagncll and Miss
Nellie Bagnel will arrive in St. Louis from
Mackinac on Monday.
Mrs. Thomas Carter will reach St. Louis
tho first of this week, after spending the
summer at Magnolia Beach. Miss Clara
Carter will go directly from Magnolia to
Northampton. MaFS.. where he will enter
Smith College. After a year of upecial work
fall Wf ' I'm" h"" debU- '" St" I"0U,S ,n tlw
Mi and Mrs. Ezra L'nley of LIndell boule
vard expect to leave Magnolia this week for
Scranton. Pa. From there they go to
Washington. D. C. reaching St. Louis by
October 1. '
Miss Gerda Luytle-i nnd MIrs Lily Ltiytles
are announced to arrive In St. Louis the
Apt of this week, after a summer at the
Judge and Mr. Elmer B. Adams will leave
their W oodstock. Vt.. home the Ixst of Sd
tember, reaching St. Louis by the 23th
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson Walh. who have
entertained largely at Magnolia this sum
mer. will not leave the resort until late In
.uJt.r- -?,nl 1,,rr'- wmiam McMillan will leave
their Magnolia cottage this week for Wash
ington. D. C where they will lst Mrs.
Johnson, a daughter of Snator Gormin.
Later In the season Mrs Johnson will be
their guest In St. Louis. The McMillans x
pect to reach home about October 13
s.Ir5.S'im..Kennr,ru'' 5IIss Kcnnard and
Mlso Mary Kennard. with Mrs. John Kcn
nard. who have spent the summer at Mag
nolia, are due In St. Louis the middle of
heptember. Miss Evadne Rumsey Is now
Mr. and Mrs. James Green and Miss Mabel
Green left Magnolia on Friday for Narra
gansett. After a short stav there thev will
spend two weeks at Atlantic City before
coming home, early in October.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Pierce have Just
returned from Canada, where thev spent
eight weeks. Miss Lily Belle Pierce "is visit
ing friends near Montreal and will remain
for two weeks. Miss Pierce Is still at the
fclmpkins cottage on Cape Cod.
Mrs. William H. I.ee and Miss Janet Leo
of 'V andeventer place are at Sulphur
"i""'! Mtvu. xiiej win return to at. jouls
Captain and Mrs. Keyser and their family
expect to return from Canada the last of
The Misses Dora and Tntim TTnithoi.c . 1
have been spending the last six weeks at
Mackinac, will return home the last week
By reason of the Tact that Doctor John F
Hill Is about to be elected Republican Gov
ernor of Maine. Just at this time Interest
centers largely about Mrs. Hill, who Is re
membered In St. Louis as Mrs. Hiram Lig
gett, and whose friends in town are never
weary of singing bcr praises. Mrs Hill
was a Miss Colman. daughter of Xorman J
Colman, Secretary of Agriculture under
Grover Cleveland. As a young woman sha
was Immensely popular In St. Louis, where
2.ei,fSm"r V."1 for ma"y years- 8he mar
ried Hiram Liggett, the oldest son of John
J. Liggett who died about seven years
??, In. 38 se was married to Doctor
Iini, and since that time has fived In Maine.
nlth frtinont iIf ti tier oil !iomi whrrs
r. - Un.ivs '..u'shly c:itTt:ilnt'il. Tlr?.
lih Is i HnoluoMnc woman. lih a rarj
Sift of ooi-xcrFalion and r:a oh.'rm of
innmior Whilo In St. !jji Is flio is ofteii
tl suest or Jlrs. William i". LUtlf. who l
one of her carlleM and uimftt frlfiid..
Mr Tid Mrs. Claude Kilpntrlck have con
r!uoNl a pi.rcliao that l ilestinl to make
tl'elr JInirnalla Ilenrli 5n"inlnt.nipt-fli-t-l.ill
thi" ft. I.oui-i v ment wrlously en
vious .voral FcaFons aco the Kilpilrtcks went
lonn to tl- Jl.i'rac'.ni'Ji-tts outing place.
whn it a rompai:t!ely little frniuenteil
anil h-irdlj f.is!ilnn.ili!e. They I'k-d the
.pot and procreded to rent a rioiVm coi
tasi' on a ti-nutlful site ove-kxiklnsr the
?:.. S-nee thi n th"y have summerod an-
runllv it M.lL'n 'lin. :ind hnvi IndMoiT !n-
I their per.sNtentT in vMtlni: iliere nnd their
eintain .- nij of rr:ii- f -r the jlace. In
duerd manj M l.otil- ibtwiii !o Mke up a
Mrtj-nolla (ofil rirdl" ird i.wm for the
Mi lurians who titrougtd thtrt- .ill summer
I.'St summer Mr. Kilritre!: p'irc'"a-d
tin- lot whore their c.M'.ir i mo 'eft b.r
cumf'in il! struetLn oil. and n. v- i-o
ha"! just .-omnleteil ai T?emi rt- lr.
rei tlon of a nugii'li 't dwe !!i
rnar.-e. termed a "ott.i-. b-it t-s r ti
the tit!" about a-s inneh .is ill? Nei.pori
truet.:rrs di a regular mansion in s.ze
In :: ie it Is to be molded omwhat
after the fundus Newport "Breaker'1." the
Cornelius anderbllt house Tl-i- plani .in
completed and work of tearing down the
old cottage will be begun im:nedlatl a!tr
the departure of the Ki!pitrick for h im.
which will be about the lat of th month.
The house will require two yiars to com
plete, and net summnr fter a short HIt
of superIlon to JIjrso ia. Mr. and Mr."
Kilpatriek expect to go to Imope. not oc
cnpjlng the new dwelling until the summer
season of 1WJ.
The cost of the houv will be In the
neighborhood of JKVUhO. It Is to be built
directly on the ca shore, with the cottage
of William McMillan for Its nearest neigh
bor. The announcement of Mis Louie Mc
Creery's engagement to Ocnr Vleth.
printed In jeterd.iy's Republic, is by no
mcam a surprise to thee who know both
young people, as it has been tacitly under
stood to be iin assured fact for the 'ast
year. A formal nnnouncenunt. lntleeJ,
would have been made at the beginning of
the summer, had it not been for the "ad
and fatal lllne- of Miss Christine Mc
Creery, tho young fiancee's slater.
Mls McCreery Is the second of the Veiled
Trophet's queens to become engagtd. Mis
Jane Fordce's betrothal to Lieutenant
"Dave" Stanley, announced a year ago. be
ing the first.
There Is no llkllhood of the McCreery-
Vletfcs wedding taking place before next
spring, a the family will not go out of
mourning before that time. If then.
Mr. and Mrs. McCreery have spent the
late summer on Cape Cod, where Mr.
Veiths Joined them In August.
That popular Juvenile game of "shlnney"
Is generally acknowledged by most malo
persons to be an excellent preliminary for
golf. So few women ever attimpt the rough
and tumble game as played with sticks and
tin cans and what not that their opinion
naturally does not stand for much. There
Is one exception, however, and she lives in
St. Loulo. Mrs. Elizabeth Seidlitz, accus
tomed to vigorous games of "shinncy with
er and scientific oarswoman went down to
visit In Portland. Me., this summer, spend
ing the major part of her time with friends
who owned a cottage on Bustln'B Island,
just off the .Maine coast.
The golf course nt this point Is one of tho
finest small courses in tho East. Mrs. Seid
litz essaved eolf for the first time. Her sec-
l ond time round the links during a woman's
lUUrUUIUl'lll UIUIIC UIC It:.VJlu 4111 luc aum-
mer, as she made the rounds In 63.
The men of the golf club were so delight
ed with her achievement that they Immedi
ately wired to Boston for the smartest set
of clubs that could be purchased In a. bag of
wondrous hues, and presented the same to
Mrn. Seldllts In recognition of her skill,
which appeared not to be so much the re
sult of practice as of Intuition.
Wedding Invitations always correct In
form and of the very best workmanship
and material at Mermod & Jaccard's, so
ciety stationers, Broadway and Locust.
The Bachelor Club gave a hay ride list
evening to Gallagher's cottsge on Florissant
n .mlli kupn tiAk Villi il jiifnc fnlTntiu.1
4J111C. n !4t.lC lilttv n uuiivnr wws-
by the serving of refreshments. Those who
On Monday evening a surprise was given
Arthur Epstein In celebration of his eigh
teenth birthday. Games were played until
10 o'clock. Music nnd dancing were the
chief features of the evening. The lawn
was decorated with Japanese lanterns and
ferns. Among those present were:
Mr. nnd Mrs.
Miss Johanna Kaub of the South Fide en
tertained a number of friends nt her home
Wednerdny evening. Dancing nnd music
were the fentures. Among those present
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cunllff of Cabanne cele
brated their wooden wedding Tuesday even
ing, September 4. The guests of honor were
the Misses Dale, Farrant and Thurman.
Mlw Delia Weynot was surprised by
friends last Wedmsday evonlns. Dancing
filled the evening's programme, with music
and games. The guests were:
Fannv e Gates.
The new and exclusive designs In Wedding
Silverware for the Fall Weddings are now
ready for inspection at Mermod & Jaccard's.
manufacturing silversmiths, Broadway and
A surprise party was given to Mr. Charles
Snyder at his home. No. 2S00 I,afayetto ave
nue, Thursday evening. The lawn was dec
orated with Japanese lanterns, bunting and
s. i.riieruuicnui were served at 10
dolt won the first prize at cake walking.
The fancy dancer was Miss Blanche Ark
vvrlght. Among those present were:
Messieurs and Mesdames
O. E. Garvens, J. M. Barton.
Mrs. Emma Ibbctson,
J. C. Stoldf.
Wm. M. Barton,
A. H. Summers,
J. R. Landolt,
An Informal dance was given last Friday
evening at the home of the Misses La
Bnrge, No. 4213 Cook avenue. In honor of
Mr. G. A. Chamblln, Jr., of Mobile Ala.,
who Is visiting Mrs. John Shaw of Maffltt
Dancing and music occupied the entire
eenlng. Some of those who were Invited to
meet Mr. Chamblln were:
May Majors. Anna Boland.
Lulu Under. nihsaheth Scouten,
Alice Cochran, Addye Snyder,
Zoilell Shaw, l'agle La Bargo.
V S"outen. J. Boland.
C. Cochran, (J. Chamblln,
Wilson. J. La Barge.
An outing wa given last Monday at For
.st Park by Mr. and Mrs. George King of
No. ni." Sidney stnet to a number of their
jioung friends. The party rpent the day In
boating and other amusements. Luncheon
was spread on the nss nnd thoroughly cn
Jojed. Among those present were:
Nell Trot tier.
Fine Diamonds Mermod & Jnccard's.
A shlrt-walit hay ride wa given by Mr.
Arthur Hudson to pome of his friends last
wetk. The girls all wore white dresses
and the I ovs red shirt waists ami duck
trousers. The party was entertained all the
wav by Mr. 8. I,eduor. who rendered se
ll ctlons on his cornet: Mr. Hudson and
Miss Strong snng several ballads, accom
panied by tho jornet. Those prestnt were:
Lnrra May Strong,
Ge rce H Ime.
Mary Lj man.
nnd Mrs. Goodln.
I.r.rett:i Iiv-:in entertained1 friends
j w'th a "necktie Iiwn part" last Friday
night at her home. No. DK Rutger street.
The lawn was decorated and Illuminated
with colored lanterns. Refreshments were
scred out of doors. Among the guests
Ida Ir tschler.
Will J. Ryan.
Suburban society enjoyed a dance at
the pavilion at Merarrec Highlands on
Tuesday night. The pavilion was decorated
nnd lighten with Japanese lanterns. About
thirty couples attended. Among those pres
Waif or Mtintana.
Robert C. Forsythe,
Doctor G. Whyto.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. P. Hynson of Page
boulevard entertained a party of young
p-ople Friday evening with "Progressive
Peanuts," In honor of the Misses Dale.
Tarrant and Thurman.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sack gave a din
ner on Thursday evening In honor of their
daughter. Miss Elizabeth Sack, who has Just
returned from the Eastern seashore. The
table was decorated with pink and white
asters and masses of ferns. Covers were
laid for sixteen, the guests being:
The Browney Club, at the South Side gave
n hay ride Tuesdar pvenlni. After a ride
through Forest Pnrk they returned to the
home of Miss Margaret Toomey, No. 27-3A
Hickory street, where supper was served.
During the evening vocal selections wcro
rendered by the following: Mifs Nona Quln
lan. Miss Annie Murphy and Miss Julia
Qulnlnn. Mr. F. E. Becker gave several
funny recitations. Tho party was chaper
oned by Mrs. F. E. Becker. The following
are members of the Browney Club:
T. J. Qulnlan.
J. J. McBrearty.
J. 1.. Nelson,
L. R. Sehrt,
Mrs. F. E. Becker.
B. Biirkhardt. Jr..
T. A. Wilson.
F. E. Becker.
Mrs. Numbers of Texas was entertained
last Tuesday by a luncheon given at the
home of Mrs. Weber of No. 393S Lee avenue.
Mrs. Elizabeth Russell of West Chestnut
street gave a lawn party on Friday even
ing In honor of her daughter, Mls Hannah
Russell. Dancing and mu'le were the feat
ures of the evening. Later refre-ihmeirs
were served on the lawn. The Mlss,s Ravv
don and Thiel served punch. Among the
guests present were:
G. E. McCulley,
Doctor W. E.
W. li McConnell,
F. E. McCoy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Groves of Stewart
place entertained friends with a party on
the lawn last Friday evening. Music and
recitations were features of the evening.
The guests Included:
Mesbieurs and Mcsdamcs
J. G. Moore, S. T. Mercer.
Howes. Albert Bordin,
H. C. Spring, Andrew Chaphe.
S. I. Llndsey,
Byron Chaplia, Hume,
Harry Rapp, Nichols.
Laura Ashdown. Ethel Hamilton,
Emily Ashdown, EIolso Gaon,
ICrma Macready, Mary Llndfcy.
Cards are out for n garden party on the
evening of September 14. given by Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. N. Hogen. In horor of their daugh
ter, lone, who has lately returned from a
trip through the Southern States.
Mrs. Nannie Conkling of No. 31"1 Locust
street entertained a few friends Monday
evening In honor of Mrs. Annie Kirkpatrlck,
wnose renunion or vocal solos was enjoyed.
Despite the exceedingly high temperaluro
last Thursday evening. Miss Hardy's open
ing reception at the old Pastime Club was
attended br a large crowd. The hall was
uecoratca lor the occasion nnd the young
people enjoyed themselves until a late hour,
dancing to tho accompaniment of an or
chestra. Among thoso seen on the floor
Bralzer. Nell Kerr.
Greeley. Edna Ryan,
Behey. Geraldlne McCarthy,
Miss Anna Ringcnbach of the South Side
was surprised by her friends lust Saturday
evening, the Hobson Social Club being en
tertainers of ther evening. Dancing, with a.
supper served at midnight, constituted tho
programme. Among the guests were:
Mrs. Lizzie Bauer.
Charles W. Nax.
A trolley party to Florissant and Mexa-
mac Highlands was given last week by tba
uniform JtanK jvmgius oi vainer jioui.
In honor of the Ladles' Auxlllar)'. At Flor
issant Borne time was spent In dancing. Re
freshments were served en route.
Miss Hilda Milentz of Dillon street enter
tained a few of her young friends In a novel
manner. The luncheon was served In rare
old china of diminutive size. The table was
decorated with n profusion of ferns and
hothouso roses. After luncheon musical se
lections were rendered. Among those pres
Florence Wilson. Gladys Dunbar,
Adallnc Knlttel. Geno Elllnger,
Christine Frltschle. Hilda Milentz.
Emily Kiink, Gretchen Bickcl.
Mermod & Jaccard's,
Broadway and Ijo-
Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. HIrschberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner departed yes
terday for New York and will sail on
Wednesday for n six weeks' visit In Paris.
Misses Alwlne anl Emma Schulach
returned from an KaHtern trip.
Mrs. Simon Sternberg of McPherson ave
nue, accompanied by her little daughter.
Rosalind, departed last week for Fort Scott
to visit Mis. Lesllu M. Liepmau. formerly
Miss Irene Sternberg.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. George W. Rublcaln have
returned from their extended wedding Jour
ney In the E?st. and are located for the
fall and winter with Mr Daniel Rublcaln
at No. 3123 Laclede avenue.
A party of young women. Including the
Misses Bertha Ilaclc. Katherino SCeigler.
Sophie Kempff and Alice Griffith, has re
turned from Alton, where they formed a
home partv entertained by Mrs. II. Oscar.
Mrs. S. C. Ellis of Washington. D. C
Is visiting In the city nnd will remain for
Mrs. J. W. Elliott and daughter of St. Jo
seph. Mo., are visiting her lster. Mrs. F. I.
Blackwcll. No. 51MA Minerva avenue.
Miss Florence FItton of St. Joseph. Mo.,
who has oeen spending the summer In Cin
cinnati ami Indianapolis, .spent a few davs
with Mrs. I I. Bluckwell of No. 513GA
Minerva avenue, on her way home.
Mio Mabel Brownell of No. 3311 Kos
suth avenue has returned after a visit to
Mr J. c. Brownell and family or Mil
Mrs. James J. Barry of Horton place has
returned from a vllt to her cousins In
Chicago. Her son. James J. Barry. Jr..
has returned Ircm visiting his couIns In
Mr. and Mrs. E R. Kroeger hive returned
from a month's stay at Grand Lake, Middle
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Cunningham have re
turned from Loretto, Ky where they
wenl several necks ago to attend the
oeremcnlfr, of their daughter, taking the
Mrs. Scholten has returred from Eureka
Springs and resumed housekeeping at her
old home. No. 11A3 South Seventh street.
Her daughter. Miss Albertlne Scholten, will
remain a few weeks longer at the Springs.
?.IIs Jennie A. Dow Is making a short
visit to her sister-ln-Iaw. Mrs. C. C. Dow,
Mr. and Sirs. George L. HaBsett hve re
turned from a thirteen month's tour of
Europe. They are staying temporarily at
Hotel Beers, and after a short visit In
Mobcrly. Mo., will go to housekeeping.
Miss Ella F. Padon spent yesterday In
KIrkwood with Mrs. John T. James, her
cousin. She departed In the evening for
Fort Smith. Ark., where she lives with
her aunt. Mr". William Llsgctt. Miss Padon
ho.s written a number of short stories for
John Meulhauser and Will Rlchter have
departed on a ten days" vacation to the
lira. Charles C. Dow and daughter. Jo
sephine, have returned to their home in
Maplewood after an absence of two months
spent at Woodview, the country home of
Mrs. W. II. Glasgow. Mrs. Dow's sister.
Mlas Jane Lindsay nrrivod home last
week from Lincoln County, where the
spent iour weens.
Miss Penelope Kelly has gone to the
lakes for a month's stay with friends and
Miss Grace Fuller of Harper Place. Web
ster, has returned after a five weeks' stay
in Colorado Springs and Manttou.
Charles W. Benedict has returned from
his cottage at PoInt-aux-Barques. Mich.,
where his family Is pending tho summer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Catlln Miller havo
been entertaining a number of friends nt
their cottages at Maeatawa, Mich., the past
month. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Miller, Miss Scott, Mrs. Appell and Mrs.
A. J. McGlnness.
M!.s Bessie Clarke of Jefferson Cltv Is
tiro guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. D. Phillips,
of No. WW Cabanne avenue.
Charles Humphrey returned from the
East a fortnight ago. and since that time
has bten visiting in the country. He
reached St. Louis on Friday.
Doctor D. C. Bond, expert optlcinn at
Mermod & Jaccard's, Broadway and Locust.
Eyes examined free and lenses accurately
adjusted. Steel frames, tl and up: gold. 3
Mrs. John R. Trlplctt and her grandson,
nnd MIrs Mary Trlplett. are at home. No.
3817 Pino street, after their summer outing
at Mackinac Island.
Miss Cora Covert of tho South Side re
turned Wednesday from a visit with friends
nt lllltsboro. ill.
A party of sixteen took a river trip on
the steamer Grey Eagle to Chester last
Saturday. The chaperones were: Mmes.
Oscar Moore and M. Strong. Thoe who
went were: Misses Ada Housman. Minnie
aiansnury. i-iorence neueler. Birdie Zeller,
Afit.nl. Qlmn A,vt..ltn 7.11a. ".t.,..... T...
....... ......w.., ..... i.jui, S.W1UUC uuun
las. Rose MclCennn. Anna McKenna. Agnes
iienry. .Nellie uaaa. I'orte Bnen. Statla Car.
roll. Ma me Shea, Florence Gadd nnd Mar
Miss Rose, Gallagher, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Francis O'Gnllagher. of
Chicago, returned home Monday.
Mlss Minnie A. Pondrom of No. 4303 Cook
avenue, who has been spending the summer
abroad, lias returned to St. Louis.
The Misses Carroll of the South Side are,
spending a few weeks at tho Northern Lake
resorts. Before returning they will visit
their cousin. Mrs. H, Curtln, of Chicago.
Mlssi Clalro E. Laels has returned from
New York, whero she spent several weeks
with her sister, Mrs. Adelo Laeis-Baldwln,
Mrs. Charles R. Blake entertained the
young people at Wequetonslng last week in
honor of her daughter. Miss Edith Blake,
before the latter departed for St. Louis.
Mrs. Jimes L. Blnlr departed last week
from Mackinac for Detroit, where she will
Join Mr. Blair and go with him to the meet
ing of tho American Bar Association at
Mr. N. R. Roberts has returned to Har
bor Point after a cruise to Old Mission on
board the Mildred. Several St. Loulsans
were his guests, among the number Mrs. F.
W. Oliver, Guy Oliver and Miss Marjorlo
Mrs. Robert Fllley Is a guest of Mrs. J.
D. Bascom at Harbor Point.
Doctor nnd Mrs. A. C. Robinson, who
are making a tour of the Northern Lakes,
spent a few days last week nt Harbor Point.
Mrs. Henry Doemler of No. 4051 McPher
son avenue returned last Tuesday, after a
four weeks' visit In the East.
Mrs. A. M. Holllday of No. 4185 Washing
ton avenue returned last week from South
Haven and Edgewater. 111.
Mrs. Clara G. Blschoff. dlrectora do la
Escuela Normal Naclonal. Rosario, Santa
Fe, Argentine Republic S. A.. Is visiting
Mrs. J. P. Moon at No. 3857 Page boulevard.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph KiItenbach and
their daughter. Miss Leontlne, have- re
turned from their trip on Lake Erie.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus M. Strachan and fam
ily have returned from a six weeks 'tour of
the Northern Lakes.
Miss Helena Luytles has returned from
her European trip, and Is at present stop
ping with her sister. Mrs. Arthur Luedlng
haus. Mr. nnd Mrs. J C. Crlmdus nnd children,
who have been spending a month at the
Northern resorts, returned homo Friday.
S. W. Gatt of London, who has b-en a
guest f Mrs. Slegarth all summer, will sail
for England on September 19.
Doctor John A. James of Olive street has
returned from a New York visit.
Miss Arcalla A. Flnck of the South Side
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LADIES9 WASH SUITS
Lot of Ladles' Duck and Lawn
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Lot of Ladies' Fine White L
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lons Herzog's price up
Ladles' Fine Pique Wash Skirts,
someiy emoroidered and lace
price up to J10.W
Ladies' Fine White Net Skirts,
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Electric Seal Tab Collarettes, sitln-llnod.
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Herzog's price J3 0
Electric Seal and Moufflon Bor-.
ier collarettis. silk lined
Herzog's price J7.30
Fine River Mink Striped Col
larettes, satin lined
Hcrzog's price $12.30 ,
Lot of best quality Silk Taf
feta Petticoats Herzog's
price up to .30
Lot of high-grade Silk Petti
ccats, $12.00 to $1100 and
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has returned from an extended visit In Illi
nois. Wedding Silverware Mermod & Jaccard's.
Mrs. M. K. Maratta of S501 Olive street
left for the East last Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Raleigh hive re
turned from their summer trip to Narragan
sett Pier and are at home. No. 4126 Mary
land avenue, for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beach returned Satur
day from South Haven.
Mrs. Pllch'r. Miss Edna Pllcher. Mrs.
Alex Pierce end Mrs. Lawrence Pierce have
gone from South Haven to Chicago, where
they will spend two weeks before returning
Mrs. II. B. Culp of Page boulevard Is vis
iting relatives in Nevada. Mo.
Miss Helen Ferguson and Miss Mable
Becker departed last week to visit friends
In Sedallo, Mo.
Doctors Remy J. Stoffel and Jacob Fried
man, who have been attending the Inter
national Medical Congress nt Paris as dele
gates of the Beaumont Hospital Medical
College, and who. after the close of the con
gress, took an extended trip through Ger
many, France, Holland and England, have
Just returned home. Doctor Stoffel saw- the
"Passion Play" at Oberammergau.
Mrs. George Carrie of Washington boule
vard Is home after a visit with Miss Daisy
Anderson at Colorado Springs. While there
she asMsted Mr. Oscar Seagle, barytone of
the Castle Square Opera Company, In a
recital and also took part in a series of
song at the First Presbyterian Church.
Miss Jula L. Rood and MisaMay Rlchter
have gone East with a party, visiting the
Falls. Buffalo, New Torfc, Washington and
Mr. Fred A. Wind and Miss Mabel Wind
have returned from a visit to Versailles and
Mr. C. E. 9. Macdonald of the West End
Hotel has returned from Europe.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George L, Hassett are stop
ping at Hotel Beers, having Just returned
from a trip around the world.
Mrs. Edward F. Macy has returned from
the Eastern seacoast.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and W. H.
Maxwell of Tuscaloosa. Ala., w ho have been
visiting Mr. John E. Hall of this city, re
turned to their home In Alabama last night.
Mrs. E. J. Roberts of RobertsvIIIe. Mo.
htis been visiting her daughter. Mrs Paul
Mlnton of Hotel Beers.
Mrs. M. E. Kratz of EvansvlIIe. Ind, is
ln "!2.Jclty tor t"e winter, and located at
No. 2S22 Locust street.
Mr. P. P. Connor returned yesterday from
a month's visit to relatives ln Ohio and In
diana, many of whom he had not seen for
mora than forty years.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren McElroy, who have
spent the summer In the East, have returned
to Hotel Beers.
Misses Lena and Fannie Cummlngs have
returned from New York and are now lo
cated at No. 4001 Olive street.
TM.r ?.nd Ms- .J- T- r3per ar8 again nt
Hotel Beers, having spent several weeks ln
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sikemeier of Cham
berlain Park, have returned home from
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simpson of CInc4nnatl
aro located at Hotel Beers for the winter.
Mr and Mrs. O. A. Field. Miss Lucetta
Flsld find O. A. Field. Jr.. of No. 403S West
Bell place, returned Wednesday from a two
months trip to San Francisco. Los Anxeles
and other points of Interest on the Pacific
Tho Reverend Doctor Ingraham of Grace
Episcopal Church is convalescent after an
Illness of several weeks.
tu-i3 J:I1fr?beVj M- Insraham has returned
to Klrksvllle. Mo., after the summer vaca-
';?," J", 'JST. 'ast term at the American
School of Osteopathy.
Mrs. Seth Cobb and Miss Josephine Cobb
returned on Friday from the Massachu-y?.00?3'-
J aend the funeral of Mrs.
Cobbs brother. John Desloge. who died
last week at Battle Creek. Mich.
Miss Marie Garesche has returned from
Stanley Stoner has returned from At
lantic City and the New Jersey coast
where he spent the summer with his friend'
Captain Corkeny returned yesterday from
Mrs. John W. Loader and the Mis
Opel returned last week from their outing
at Cape May and Atlantic City.
returned last week from
Mrs. Annie Albright and daughter. Miss
Nannie Ruth Albright, has returned to No
4326 Laclede avenue.
Trabue PIttman has returned after a visit
of six weeks on the Atlantic Coast.
Doctor and Mrs. Hennerlch have returned
.flu v fiuiviicmi trip.
Mrs. James M. Wright of Paris, Tenn.,
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All-Wool Tan Covorts and Bku-fc Kn-sv
JacKets. Mik lined through- rtfi i
mt Herzog's price J3.ii
Lot of Ladles' Jackets, tan
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Lot of Plaid Drer3 Skirts
Herzog's price up to $3.00
Black and Navy Lidtes' Cloth
satlne band trimming
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plaited ruffle Herzog's price Jfe A tH
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Lot of Ladles' Suits, black
navy and gray matrrials
Herzog's price $lu00
It of Ladles' Suits, black.
navy, gray ami ti
Herzog's price $1S.
I.ot New Suits, blouse effects,
ot New buits, blouse erfects. cj
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Disfigurement, Superfluous Hairs,
Warts, Moles, Birthmarks, Tumors,
Cyst, Scars, Permanent!'- Removed.
Deformity of the NOiE, MOUTH.
is In the city visiting Mrs.
3941 West Minster place.
Forllna of No.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Moser departed Satur
day for a trip on Tenr.e3ice River to Wa
Best Watches Mermod & Jaccaxd"a,
The marriage of Miss Roe Mohan, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Mohan,
to Mr. Frank Hoop3 took placo Wednesday
evening, September B. at 9 o'clock. The
bride was attended by her sisters. Miss Hat
tie Mohan and Miss Nellie Mohan, and the
bridegroom by Mr. Edgar C Slmpklns and
Mr. Louis H. Balmer. The ceremony was
performed by the Reverend J. F. Herget of
tho Water Tower Baptist tjhurcn. Alter
the wedding the couple returned to their
The marriage of Mlas Clara Schraltz and
Doctor II. F. D'Oench will take place Sep
tember 20 at 6 o'clock at the home of the
bride. Miss Lucile Ersklne will be maid ot
honor, and Miss Frances Slemon will act as
bridesmaid. Little Miss Eugenia Hauck will
carry a cushion ot pink carnations and
passion flowers, upon which will rest the
wedding ring. Mr. Ed Rauth and Mr. Ralph
Meier will act ap best man and groomsman.
Invitations have been extended only to rela
tives. Cards announcing the marriage on Sep
tember 1 of Miss Ethelvnn Mae McFarland.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Mc
Farland of the Hotel Berlin, and Mr. Jnseoh
Augustus Osborn have been received by
friends. Mr. and Mts. Osborn are living for
the present ln Memphis, Tens- whero he s
is engaged ln business. i
E. B. Straus, eye expert: gold spectacles
CK up; complicated cases a specialty. For
12 years at St. Louis Exposition. 723 Locust.
The reception ln honor of the engagement
of Miss Grace K. Moss of No. 4100 West
Pine boulevnrd to Mr. A. H. Messing will
not bo held to-day. owing to the Illness of.
the young lady.
Mr. Lon Hsrpcr of the firm of Harper
Bros, of East St. Louis will be married
Tucsdav evening at Webster Groves to Miss
Sarah Helen Allen, daughter of James F.
Allen. The ceremony will be performed at
the Webster Groves Congregational Church
by the Reverend Charles L. Kloss.
The attendants of the bride will be her
two sisters. Misses Sylvia and Mildred Al
len. Messrs. Al. Harper, Nesblt Harper,
Walter Payne and London Jones will be the
ushers. Immediately after the ceremony a
reception to relative and intimate frlendJ
will be given at the Allen home at Plant
snd Lockwood avenues, and the same even
ing Mr. and Jtrs. Harper will depart for a
trip through the Southern States, stoppin?
at Atlanta. Go., and Charleston. S. C
where relatives of the bridegroom live.
The couple will be at home to friends Fri
days. November 9 and 15. at No. 5.17 Brighton
place. East St. Louis. The Aliens hare
been living In Webster a great many yean
We have the highest regard for the
medical profession. Oar preparations
are not sold tor the pmpoae of antagoa
iztng them, but rather as an aid. We '
lay it down as an established truth that
internal remedies are positively injuri
ous to expectant mothers. The distress
And discomforts experienced during the
months preceding childbirth can be al
leviated only by external treatment by
applying a liniment that softens and re
laxes the over-strained muscles. We
maze and sell such a liniment, com
bining the ingredients in a raaanef
hitherto unknown, and call it
We know that in thousands of cases
It has proved more than a blessing to
expectant mothers. It overcomes morn
ing sickness. It relieves the sense cl
tightness. Headaches cease, and don-
fer from Swollen, Hard and Rising
feasts is avoided. Labor itself
shortened and shorn of most of the pain.
We know that many doctors recom
mend it, and we know that mcltitodsS
of women go to the drug stores and buy
it because they aro snre their physician
hare no objections. Wo ask a trial--just
a fair test. There is no possibls
chance of injury being the resclt. be
cause Mother's Friend is scientific
ally compounded. It is sold at $i a bot
tle, and should be used during most of
the period of gestation, although reat
relief is experienced if osed only a short
time before childbirth. Send for our il
lustrated book about Mother's Friend.
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