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THE REPUBLIC: SU3vDY. MftKCH S, 1903.
NOTES ABOUT SOCIETY
IN NEIGHBORING CITIES.
Defferson Gily, Ilauuilml, Kansas City, Columbia. Springfield, Mo.;
Alton, Kdwardsville, Belleville, Carrolltoii, Mattoon, East
' St. Louis, 111.; Taducali, Kv., ami ViuceuneK, Iud.
.n;rri;itMv cstv, mo.
Mn- K. G. -Cooper ami daughter. Ml Clara,
of Demcr. O1I0.. who have 1-mi visiting Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Grlmshaw. depart-! Wednt--Jav fur
Berkley. Cal.. io tpciid the it-tn-alnder of the
winter. and sarins:.
Mrs. Jose nh LUbtner of Ohlcaru. who l.as been
tlw pUMt or Mr. Jnu. R. GreTi. J-iJirttxl Mon
day for home.
Mls-ses Emnia and Frieda Knaup returned the
early part of the vv-eek from a. visit with friends
Jn i-t. Louis.
HI j May FItzbugh of St. Allans. Vt.. who
hie bocn veiling her cousin. .Mwes .ello uul
IjHu Sw. -departed .Monday for m. LouN. where
he Jolntxl her father and wtnt tu Hot Spring.
.Ark., for a short sojourn.
Mrs. W- C Marshall and daughters, the Misses
Dulr and ltlUa-. spent lot week -with nieud
In hu Louis
Mr. and Mr, nuuoipn uaiirreyer returne.i last
Wi-ek from a pleasure trip u New Yerk Oty and
"Washington City. At the tatter city they vislird
their sister and daughter.
Mrs. Theodore Brace departed laht wetk for
Bmvlinc Green, to visit her daughter. Mrs. Wm.
Mrs. Jiam A. Nelson of MlnneapolK Mian,
and oune a.on. are vlflttng lior parvuls, Mr. and
Mr. A. II. Hatch.
Doctor and Mg. A. C Davidson departed
Thursday fur Norfolk, "a to vMt their nvn.
lieutenant Commander Gregory Jalon and
wife, lieutenant Davivn has ihrse of a
flotilla of fdxteen torpedu boats In reserve. Be
fore rouirnlmt liome. Doctor and Mrs. Davison
expet' to visit relatives In Charleston, Savannah
Ml Annie Kern In of SL Iuiis, who ha len
visiting Mls Ella McCany, returned home Tue
day. Mrs. Carle P. Chltterden of St. Louis, and
Ml Julia i3ol ton o Clinton. ilw have ben
gwsts of Mrs. Jno. T. Clark, returned home last
Mr. A. O Allen, who has been entertaining
her nlter. Mr, MatUe lvam of New Madrid,
departed for home Monday.
.Mrs. cam II. Cook fient a few daA.lat week
with her parent. Mr. and Mr. Iuls Hurd, In
Mls Alice Bacon of Arkanfas Is !n the city
MMtlnjc her brother. Mr. i-afe liacun and family.
Mmc. E. T Ort-ar and :ani 11. Jt-frnes hj-nt
a few daR In Sneet Sprlna lat week with the
former's mother, Mrs. Owen.
Miss IJlian Dawson, who ii attending school at
Chrltlan College, Columbia. Hnt h. few dH
Iat week with her fathtr, V. 1. Dawson of IJn
Former Ooemor an J Mr. Tin V. Stephen
Jia e returned from 1 lot t? prints. Ark., w hero
they ppent Uie last thret- weeks They will de
part rarlv next month for tt. Ioul to relde.
Mrs. J. M. Nelsan and Mr?. C 1Z. 1,-onard of
Boomille are at iirerent with them.
Mrs. T. O. Tow lea and ton. Kwinr, returned
last week from a montn's sojourn m 'ahingtou
Ciiv, having jrono to attrnd the Ualaudei-Ojck-rell
wedding and the rational meeting of th
Daushters ot tho American Revolution, to which
Mm. Towles wa? a delegate.
Mrs. J. Henrv Johnson nnd Mia llattle Gordon,
who were 'called here by the srlou ilinet of
their 'father, returned to their home in jvanas
Mrs. Fletcher Farrell Is Alsltins relatUes In
Kansas city rr- Parts.
Miss TJcey cullens returned Monday from a
month's visit to friend In Pt. Iouls.
Miss Mabel! Ftone will arrto ntxt week from
St. Iouls to rpend a ftw das with xrtends.
Th St. Cecelia Musioale held it rnonthl meet
Ins Wednesday rnornlnff at the homo of Mr. V.
A. Dallmeyer. Owing to the rainy day only a
few members were indent and oniy a portion qt
th Cliamlnade prof,raraa-e wa cui-rled out. -Vn
open tcsploa cf the club will be Riven March 2i
at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. A. Dall
MlM Man Pearson of St. IjouK after a de
llchtful visit with Mr. Hush Stephens and Ml
Minnie Crafton. returned home Wednesday.
Mr mid Mm Monroe Bemr of Ual.er City.
Ore. who havo been ppcndlnc the winter In H.t
anogram Mrtjr Tuesday aftcrnocn MIs liilth
Jiulland, Ml-n KlraWT "rawford. Ml irma
Jt&dcle. Mlrn Mathllde FerguMn. Ml-s Nuiinlf
HacKney, m Lulu, FUher. Ml Id Dixon,
Miss Iteita Hoi. MIaj taia lialleutlne. Ml
V? .U Ai"tlu- A11 Natalie CaJuc. MIjk Com
i!?,lnr'. :uI, 3mi BatlRley. Miss Mary TeiH.
U Ijaj HoLlterscn. Mirs Ueulsh l'allette mziU
Mr. Ne raitemun
Mr. Voiu Williams enteitalned at t-oidn Tues
day eveuluj Mr. an J Mrs. All CottrrKd. Mr.
uiid Mra. A. F. Fine. Mi. and Mr- Joe rtejver.
.dr. and Mr Tom Welch. Mr. a'ud Mix Will
Ilobert. ?lr and Mr, ha Claik. Mr. and Mi
tarlea ltiile. Mr Hid Mt Sam IJurk-, Mr nnd
MM, II. MoMfr. Mls hue Me art and Mr. Dan
Mr-. Hart Wilscn anj Mr. II, Clay Tbnipk'na
.tit AV. ! . th. II. ..( ..- I . .
xtttntaiKru nit- HWIY JM l?10!lUr rHXll I HC.
1 aul M i: iliunii m the TcmpMn. liume
-Miss X. II Miwjrl rnlrrtulnnl th SaturJai
I.uchtcl'iult aturlit attrtlKHili. Tliux ur.nt
t;re .Mi. Vlrcnla ludv. .Ml Kjic MuIIm,
Jlls. haHli lkul..y. Ml.. .Matlle I)d-, illa
iUuJ Millar. -MI- Ellth Jiin-. Ml lviil
liaiirl. iii-rf Alle Toner. Mlon I.jul Hfiinett.
j;i Msjiiif aiG)t'i, Jliw Kanny lh-3n. MIm
llaiel HiiKlNh. llli lliKiiui 1 cuinMf unit ili
Mr K T Siapp cf Jolln Is Hie imct of licr
part-ut", 3tr. fcna .Mi Oorjrf laPKlr.
Jlr. Hurry John I- Iui-k In n.. fuls.
Mr. A J LalMuii rntmilni-.l al cards
.Mr. anj Mrt I.. II Unp. cel-bratd Ih.lr
Ihlnl Mridiii)c amiheruir Wcintdaj calns.
lliose invert were Jlr and Mr". GcerBr Hlne-
i' "-T ,r" W "Whsni. Mr. and .Mre.
"-, 9. ""'J. irr. ami Mm It X Smith. Jlr.
and ilrs J II llou'oy. .Mr and Mr.. Riablll. Mr.
and Mrr. II. 1.. Vrrlnlc. Dac-tor and Mr. .V. 1".
1lJ''P'iiS,r,,Wli Mn;.J- w- K'. iXr. and Mia.
11. IIII1. Mr a-d Mr. Kn-d Tabor. .Mr aid Mr
itporr.. Mcuian. JudKf and Mr.. I'attfrson. Mr.
...,Jl" wuruir. in i:erend anil Mis. U.
. Sloaio. Mr. and Mr J. It. Milntr. Mr. and
lire. J. . Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C V frl. Mi.
.ipl Mrs J. K. IJnn. Mr ard Mr. Oil. -Mixcy,
Mr.. Hokr. Mr. ami Mis. nrlle. Mr. and lln
Morton Lrfnl.. Mrs Marv l--ralfr. ills. Mabrl
fi'Ullli. Mis. Urnity Krlii. Mi-. I'rance. Brlf. Mr.
Aaltrr WoMnitr. Mr. nan-nee lllnfly. Mr fcni.
try lVntoii. Mr. Jv Kriso and Mr. Waltrr InK
.T1."..R."V2'ri,,A.w Knnd.,sr Is horn, from
a. Msit to trlfnd. In Hu l.oulh
Mir.. May Head lux reiun.ed from Moberlx,
wfcere she u-a the KUtst or relatle.
Ihe auxiliary to tue . w. u M. of the Ohrls
tlan i-hurch of this city held a meeUnir Thurs
Miss Marxaiet Moore 1. home from Laddonla.
K r Drnnani and Mis. Minnie Jermaii and
Jefferson Jermap. and MIsh iirrle Uenham. all
of Jjant. Audrain Countr. ere married at trie
home of the lteerend A. A. Wallace In thla
city Wednesday aflemK,n
Xathanlat Emnion. i. Imm. frnn. n tltlt in ih.
Mir. Mauie Wallare ha. rrtumeJ from a
eeral la- lIt In Jefferson Olij and Hilton.
J.r. John X. Uroun and daughter, illss Su.'e.
hae sor. to Tela", where they ulll riend sr
D. i?. Johnson of Pt. laui. rpent seral da.
In thl. city the suest of 1-elatUe- during: tne
weeks hnntlns trln In PouUmesltrn Texas and
Mexico Mrs. Cunlce and little daughter and
Mrs. W. I.. Stocking and little son are rtlll
.111 May. I
airs. Aiesanuer janns.en has rone to Atcaiso"
for a tslt with Miss Orace lirlrfln.
Mr. Dan Johnson has cone to 1'ueulo to visit
hla brother. Mra. Lane Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. James )l I'.eddlngr and family
are at home1 In llunood boulexaiil.
A card uartv itUen Weiln-ndav aflernoon by
Mrs. Ben C. Moore t her home in Kust Tvifntv
seventn street a. dellKhtfully Informal and af
fon.CAl a pleasant opportunity for Mrs. .Moore to
Introduce her friends to lur KUest, Mrs. llessla
W ade of Memphis Tenn
Mlsa S. M. Sheldly and Mrs. J. D. Seltz are In
Mr. and Mr. A J. liandv departed Monday
night fcr Clilrago ftleie they -ftlll be the gue-ts
or Mr. ana Mrs. v u Knlskeni
Jr .na Mrs. J. v. L,JOn are at heme at Xo.
SJi. Holmes street.
Mr Alfred K IVooir with the Mlsse. Ednn and
Gertrude oolf. derutrted TuejtUiv night for a
m-o ki' stay n Eureka Sprlnss.
Mr. and Mrs. R M ilreeillar ot Terre Haule
Ind . hae come to Kansas fin to rIde .ind
are SI home nt Vt. !- r.... .! -fi."
Creedlnc was foni erK Jif., T.Ille Hlock if Kan
Mrs. M D. Wilbur of fTilcago is the guest ot
ilr. and Mrs. Alvlri U Ernst
Louis was the
Oetirgc A. Morris. Jr.. ot ft.
rwesi oi m. rarrnis.
Mrs. H K. Keath is the gnet of Western
O. W. Wales and wife hae gone to Mlnne-ai-olls.
Ml norence Patton cf this city, who has
1-een a. iiil.lonary at Tot.u-hlma. japan, for the
last eisht ears . on her wnv liorr-e. lo spend a
iear. Her sister remains in Japan. '
Allss Martha shea entertalnetl the Shakcpeare
Club at the home of Mrs. II. M Long lat
Ml-. Anna Hlnde will bs heme from Old Mexico-
ire nrst or ine momu. '
sArt,e. Ark., vrill axrle here to-morrow anl . M"-s Jesle Karnes la home Irorn a 1slt In St
will spend a -re-k at the Monioe House. ir
MIm Alms. Osss er.lcrtninetl informalh' last
ek for Mis. Clara Ojcpcr ot l)ener. Alwut
a dozen vounc ladles were present. Music was
part of the pleasure of the nttemown. The Mioses
-tir and Mcllenrj sani; reeral selection, and
Miss Goss placed. A delicious chafing-dish
lunch was sened.
Anonc the week's oieaurcn ras a dinner ghen
bv Mr. and Mrs. Fern lUder at their charming
horn, on Hast Main street, their gnt. beintr
Senator and Mrs. Hubc, of Macon, and Senator
and Mrs. Howell or La lk'le. Mrs. II. A. Gass
andiMrJ. G. I'arklnscn of St. Jo-cph. rretty
llttl-plac cards wcra In green nni white, while
the floral decorations were In the same colors.
itfreral courses were served.
Another beautiful dinner was given Sunday
evening: nt the Mad!on by Mr. I. N. Anderson
of Commerce, and Mr. John Rufsell cf St. I.oul..
formerly or Charleston. Covers were laid for
ten and the. place cards -were liny miniature. In
watfj colors, anil to each was attache! a rose:
ferrrv and rtre. were the table decorations, anil
the dinner consisted of elaht coarse The girest.
wertho Misses .Mildred Sume and Marv Pearron
of M. Ioula. Clara Cooper of Dihver. Alna Ga..
Marr" Uontt. Minnie Crafton. Jant and Adele
Mtos Hilna Hughe, of Rl:hmond Is visiting her
sister. Mrs. J-arn Keller.
Vers- few of the cluh.. met last week. The
Wednesday Whlt Club was entertained In the
everruig bv Mmc J. IL cutten and G. Tom
King at the former's home In Hast McCarty
street. All the members were requested to brirrr
then? husbands, and a table of young people.
werAddod to the number. "The hours from 8 to
12 wpT, spent playing duplltutf whist. Mesr..
Cutten rnd Klna: assisted their wives In doing
the home's of their home. Among the gue.ts
wer Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Cook. Mr. and Mrs
A. L. Hawkins. Hoctor and Mrs. .. P. Hough.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo
Monnlg. Mr. and Jin. Sam Michael. Doctor and
Mm. J. I Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. C J. Miller.
S. R. Jeffries. Mlssen McCarty. Kerwin of St.
Loins.' Bailee of Mexico, Frederickson. Thomp
son. Hough and Fisher.
Las'", night Edmund Vance Cooks of Ohio, a
post of much merit, gate u reading In the Ll-
itrary nuaiionura ror tne t-enent ot tho iiurary
A "poste carte" received last week and dated
February IS. at Algiers from Mrs. Charles K.
Hess, stated that she had a mot delightful xov
age. and -charming weather during the entire
trip. TTi party stopped in route at several
Place1, and. will depart fcr Mcnte Carlo. Nice,
yillcft-anche etc.. upending the early spring
months In Italy.
On the night of March li Governor "Bob"
Taylor will give a lecture at the Methodl.t
Church. A large uuUIence will no doubt greet
him. as ho Is a decided favorite.
.A..,anciU,ra!i trfven Wedncdav evening at the
Madison Hall by teiem! l.ulng gentlem'n.
i..tTSlwrr? a number of visitors prent and
tnany bf the cltlxen..
Mr. and Mrp. F. J. Wilkina are home from s
two weeks' vllt In Chicago.
The Chautauqua Circle was entertained at the
homt of Mrs. Au.tln B. Smith Wednesdav, and
the Wednesday Club at the heme tf Mrs W. L.
loctcr and Mrs. Hlgh.mith of Carrollton were
the recent gucts ot thetr daughter at Hardin
College, thl. city.
Miss Mayme IUcketts ha. returned from a
vi.lt at the home of Secretary of State S. B.
Cook In Jefferson City.
Mr?. II. M. White is spending a month In Indiana.
JLl 3?' phim and Mrs. Will Wood gave
a tnirabla party Friday. Thore present were lira.
Jr'I'p'-'"?:. M"1- - Nojea. Mrs. Munger.
-E.-.Tc,,?.-Mo2r!' , Mra. Jeff Hansen. Mrs. James
m'J' Mr3,VTJT---'h".'"' '" Laur Dunning.
MrsjLJ: SLWooi Mrs Lack of Denier. Mrs. s.
Sf JC"-'.111' Churl'''' shepnard. Mrs. G. W.
U2T?,k?Ir?- ,K - l-ort". Mrs. Henry Little.
S"i J-ff Lovan. Mrs. M. coolbaugh. Mi.
J:?' HJ.'-- &"wna. Mrs. ".. o. Old
j5?'VMJtLi ,F KeIT' -Mra- A- A. Mehl. Mr.
S-1:.1! 1Ir"- illlton Baker. Mrs. Henry
Sf-SP'iJf't.-" F ,S' Boct"' - J EckaV.
Mr,, v,. H -vade. Mrs. William nlenhoff. "Sirs!
-Newtome, Mrs Lrnest McAfee. Mrs. J. H. Mack.
Mrs. A. M. Lnphani. Mrs. M. Holbrook. Mrs.
"Nolan and Miss Utile parish.
Mrs. J. R. Vaughan and daughter. Jlr. Harrj
llortcn, gave a luncheon on tteduoUay In honor
of the coming brides. Miss Ix-na Vaughan and
Miss rannle Lord. Covers were laid for Miss
iVf Vt. -H1.? lfln' isl" lJaif Parish. Miss
Kate Lord. Ml-. Katherlne Holbrook. Mian Irene
Cravens. Mrs Hobert Lemon. Mrs. A. It. Lovan.
MrajJi. Coolbaugh and Mrs. Arch John-on.
Mrs.iobert 1-mon ot St. Louis was ttw hon
oreoJ Saturday afternoon at a crcklnole and card
Kr"1 Mrs- at A- u"tara and Mrs.
Will Wood. Those present were Mrs. Lmon Mrs.
.A. B. Lovan. Mrs. Kalph Holland. Mrs. Waldo
Gideon. Mrs. Walton Coe, Mrs. I1etchr Mack.
""urs. James Guthrie Mrs. j a Menard Mrs
Jeff Hanscll. Mrs. if. Clay Tompkins. XlS. Mai
ton McClure. Mrs. Hobert Lovan. Mrs. K. MooTe
lioue. Mrs. Cliarle. Cunningham. Mrs. Louis
Hlnton, Mrs. Dvsart. Mrs. fc. Fergu-mn. Mr-.
Stanley Booth. Mrs. W. H. JolmMin. Mrs. j. s
Mood. Miss Annie Abbott Ml'Sen Hdlth and
Mancle Lanham. MIa Hdna Pern-. Mb". Franc-M
btanclll. Miss Irene craven.. Mies Katherlne
Holbrook and Miss Eleanor Holbrook.
Mrs. Charles K. Taj lor of Mlnneaiolis. Minn..
is the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Moon.
Miss Joe Wlileke entertained at i : o'clock
luncheon Mcndiv Miss Jo Stringer. Mls Hoe
Ibheppard. Mlsa Bess Woodruff, Miss Mabel Mc
Oure and Miss Kula Callahan.
Miss Georgia' Hardy entertained Saturday after
noon In honor of Mrs. Charles Baxter of St.
il&. W. JIr?' " ll-. fA-uook ertertalned at
card.' Wednesday evening Me. nn ir u t.
K.llnEer, Mr. and Mrs. George Culler, ilr. and
-;fs-Io,n,,R1 V.1;' U?.d -" i Abbott.
"MlsjTJane Meyers, MJss Elba Bouslog. Mls Faith
J-ouslog. Mrs. D. A. Abbott. Mrs. Lily B. Klce.
Mr. Edgar De Groff. Mr. Emery Denton and Mr
"Matt Walters. " "
iTU Fronj Ehlpman has returned to her home
In seva4a. Mj. after rtrwt with friend. her.
J-sfLbMifSef KanS" air tbe l
Miss Mae Grler entertained .the Thursday Club
Mrs. J. B Mack. gao a thimble party Monday
afternoon. Taos, preient were Mrs. Robert
Lemon. Mrs. M. A. Lapham. Mrt. John Wood
Sr.; Mra. Will Wood. Mra. John Wood. Mrs. John
R. Ferguson. Mrs Lock. Mrs. J. B. Dixon. Mrs.
1VU1 Jcnson. Mr. T, J. White, Mrs. Stanley
Booth. Mrs Charll. Baxter. Mrs. James Blvthe
Mm Hart-Wilson, Mrs Milton Mcaure7llri j?
Clay Tompkins. Miss Xarmle Jones. Mrs. Salem,
Cope, Mrs. Jan. Weaver. Mrs. Tom Weaver. Mrs.
Jos-Weaver. .Miss Mary Baxter, Miss Nina -tax
ter. Miss Shackelford and Miss nvans.
Doctor and Mrs. J. L. Wetzei entertained nt
dinner -Tuesday evening Doctor and Mra. c 33.
Fultnn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson, Roy Fulton
Irwin and Haroid Nelson. xl""'n
Mr- and Mrs. Fred Lipproan entertained at
flinch Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nel
son. Doctor and Mrs. J. U Wetael Mr. arid Mrs
O. D. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. Coigrove and Mr
and Mm M iferrltt.
Miss Esther Crow of the Kansas City High
School Is tho cuest.ofi friends here.
Miss Grablll entartalned.tlw senior class ot
Drury Academy ather-hom-Moaoay evening.
Mtss tjunle XfltWietl .ntertafnw1 th. wrynymmm
class of the High School Friday evening.
i'r Mr. and Uxs, A- J dsenmeyer departed
ivednescay lor Hot springs.
Miss Rena. Smith has rertrrned from & visit
with friends In Bolivar.
The Pleasant Home Ocb was entertained by
MrsT Victor Colbrane on Wednesday afternoon.
The, present were Mrs. Walter Casey. Mrs.
William Das-r-tU Wm E. H Btrlngfield. Mrs E.
M; Robords. Jlrs. T. 3L Wolf. Mrs. Fred Oar
rett," Mrs J. G. Hswldns. J.Irs. Frank WrgaL
MrsfA. R. McDonald. Mrs. S. B Snerry. Mrs.
Orrll. Mrs. McConnell and Mrs. IL R Snyder.
MAS raullce Lrc-h entertained at a prcrrr'rslr.
KA.NS.V5 CITV, 3IO.
Mrs. C. W. Jenkins of Brooklyn Rvenue is en
lettalntnK Mrs. M. J. Dunleavy of Denver and
Miss AKiieit Whiting of Wooirey, Kaa. Mrs. Jen
Ions gaa a luncheon Thursday In their honor
and alFO fcr Mis nisie Hooper of California.
Only unmarried friends were invited. In the
eenlnf: Mrand Mrs. Jenkins entertained their
Mrs. Frank A. Spalding and Miss Maml Kpal
dinx will hae the assistance of the following
friend at their card party Tuesday afternoon:
Mr. 1Z. D. Chandler, Mrs. George Spalding, Miss
Nellie Durrous. Miss Harriet iiaree and Mls
Ml- Ka Harri gae a card party Wednesday
at her home In Armour boule.ard. at which sh-s
-ntertalned the following young women: Mrs.
Frank lloue. Mra. Hughes Bryant, Mr. George
Hunting. Mrt. Jack bigger. Mi Helen Lorg.
Mica I'lora Task. Mlts Anna Kirk. Miss Anne
Hall. Miss Clara. Lnn. Miss Annie Blrrer. Mls-s
i::hel Kaufmann. Mls Llllle Hurley. Miss Nellie
Peak. Ml Nelle Beedv. Mis Iliailather. Miss
Mabel White. Mies Kdna Sweet, Miss Dora
IMerce. Ml? Alice Gibson of St. Louls. mim Pau
line Groveb, Mifs Martha Kirk and Mlsa Kath
Mrs. Conway J. Holmes Is In Vlcksburg. Tenn.
Mrs. J. 11 F. Durkee has been called to De
troit, by the death of her mother.
Mr. William Hamilton Cllna has rone to Chl-
men for a short visit.
Mrs.. I. M. nidge and Mis May Campbell are
entertaining Mia uisie Hooper or uoiorauo
Mrs. Ieo Compton has gone to Join her mother,
Mrs. A. I. Mason, in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Faxon .are In California,
where they will remain until spring.
Mrs. II. C Apple ton of New York Is visiting
her sLster. Mrs. T. Dillon, of East Seventh
Major A. H. Cllne has gone East for a two
Mr. and Mr. George S Clark of Tracy ave
nue hate returned from Colorado.
Mrs. B. I. Burd of Foren avenue Is enter
taining her cousin. Mrs, Horac J. Deener of
Hed Oak. la.
Mn. II. A. Guettell has returned from New
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Lelter hae returned
from Nw York.
Mr. UL TSetman has gone Bart, called there
bv the dein of hU father.
Mrs. Will D. Dohl lia, returned from SL Louis
aftr a lite week- Mslu
Mr. W. D. fcnyder has gore to Denver to spend
a month with her mother.
Mrs. S M. Uault of Olive street lias gone to
Hot Springs. Arlc. for a short stay.
Mrs. ueorro a. Aoams ana .airs. w. j. ueii
hae returned from New York.
Miss Anna Ryan and Miss Hattle McElroy are
in New York rcr a few -neeks lslt.
Miss Iena Thompson of Greenwood. Mo.. Is
the guest of Miss Carrie Nllson. No. 1410 Trooet
Mr. and Mr. J. C. Mlcheoson have gone to
their future home in Hartford, Conn.
Ml Bella Bmruirt of Clinton. Mo. is th
gust of Mrs. Gwrge Beamish.
Mls Madge Bnant will return earlr In tho
spring after a two montlis' stay In New York and
Mr. ar.d Mrs De Witt C. Stephenson and their
sens are occupying their new residence In Mich
Mm. II. c. Bruce of Cotlngton, Ky., Is the
gue-st of Mr. II. B. Green of West Armour
Mre. Frederick V. Gohrinr of SU Ixuls Is the
pwt of h-r sister. Mrs. J. I. Malov.
Mrs. Charles o. Beymer l entertaining Miss
Marv Alexander of Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harbeson hae taken
apartm-pnt for the summer in West Armour
Mr. ard Mr. O. V. Dodge have returned home
after three week- spent In Florida.
Mis Ioulf Harper gae a shadow party at
her home Tuetdav night for members of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bate and daughter. Mis
Erma Bate. hae been Usittnic In Minneapolis
and tt. Paul.
Mis Maim Crampton has returned from a
visit cf several months In California.
Mrt. II. Mont Reillv and mtl- daughter are
visiting friends and relatives In New York City.
They will be absent about six weeks.
Miss Ma'xarrt King hai r turned home after
an extended visit among relatives and mends in
Mlsa Sal I So and Ml X-oula Lone are vl!Ung
their uncle. Mr. Archibald Hood, of Columbus.
Mra. Iftaae D'Tiflv has return! hnm aft.
visit of three months with her d&ughter. Mrs.
J. Evans Lipoincott of Alpxapdrla. Ind.
Mr. and Mr. Frank hklnner of Overbrook. Ta,.
Iiave announced the engagement of their daugh
ter. Nadle Converse, to Mr. Ielgh Mltrh"Il
HoilgeR, rormerlv of Kanas City.
Mrs. S-unuel Hldnour and Mrs. Claude Carl at
have sent out Invitations for the afternoons of
March IT. 13 mj 21. at the C-irlat home nn
Main street. Th card of Miss Margaret Morris
or Clnclnn' "" Oils Ellen Breed of Lynn.
Ma., are Inclosed. -i""'Jf3
Mr. and ah. eorge N. Elliott ennotince the
engagement of their daurhter. Madge, to Mr.
Thomas Albert Tooev of .Irookfleld.
Mr. J. i Gclsel entertained at cards Thurs- r
tiay aiiemoon in nonor to airs. j. u. iiush or
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Helm announce the n
gagerccnt of their dauxhter. Mavbelle. to Mr.
Louis Fox Davison. The date of the weddlrr
has not been ml
Mlsa Ina M. Newell and Mr. Paul R. M. Pres
ton wre married Wednesday afternoon at the
home of the bride's aunt. Mre. Ina M. Tiffany
in Propect avenue.
Ioctor 11. C: Crowell Is at home at the Victoria
Mr. and Mr. Robert M. Brockett announce the
Mrth of a daughter, who will be called Alice.
Mr. Brockett was Miss Alice Turner.
Mrs. Ininr I Buner gave a reception on tha
afternoons of Wednesday. Thursdav and Fridav.
. A pretty surprise, planned by Mrs. Page F
Cartcr for her mother, Mrs. J. F. Cravens, was
a luncheon given In the tearoom Monday. The
othr mist were: Mrs. S. B. Armour, Mrs. H.
J-. Devoi, .Mrs. Peter Murray, Mrs J.. 1 Lom
bard. Mrs. James Cravens and Mls Florence
DcvoL The occasion was Mrs. Craven's blrth
osy. Mrs. W. B. Hill gave a progressive loncheon
- bTT. fro11 Wednesday in Eaet Seventh street
for MIm Mattle Cochrane.
Mrs. Ernest DamM and Mlsa Annette Thomp
ron gave m. four-ln-hsnd enchTB party Monday
ftrternoon at Miss Thompson's iwldence in Eat
Sixth street. It was for Mies Mttl Cochrane.
2Tn.v2?lrrlatt to Mr. -Cuford C Daraal will
be celebrated Marcii ll.
Mr. J. M. cartlc ha returned from a six
Mif. W H Xeelv d-ewrtd TUday f.ir Jt
Ml- llsrv GIa- and Kathrvn Ca-Idv have
JJk rl.- rn1 "n pStot1. vlflt v.Ilh relative-
.-!if s-Wt"V ""' Monday to li- th
to-t-i ui.ii-mu? tit .; 1)UI.
Miss "Hjhlrt Hr(.hwi.r of Boonllle I the
Sliest f Miss 1 lra Glenn f tun ;vnth street
Mls Lnimu Kramer vt St. lyiul, wh.i Its Irt-n
dra-t-rd Mundav for Tlptim. v.here the will vl'it
frlrnd before r-turrlng home
Mr. atiA Mi-. 1'euv A. Cluy cf Denver. Culo .
at rived Tudav to be the guest of frierds l.ere
for a few day.
Vt-r. W A Jetliner and daugliter. Ml- M1I
red. left Mond.iv f,-r Sin ntonIo. T-x., to ion
Mr Latimer, who t taklrg a vacation at t!i
oithtrn leecrt ft-r the ) eri-ilt f his health
The Knwnet Club f el-bra ttd the one hundred
ard tHt?tvnrili annlverar f the birth of Hob
ert Einnet v.lth an eniertelnment and lungiit-t
at the tTks' iI-M-fl Yuesdrtv tvnlug l was one
of the It-ad're oeIcAv evHil of tne -eison The
music feature of th" tnopranitne vier m fol
lows: Vcritl oh-, "Cume Back to Erir." Mr.
fifties O'Conrct "Me-norv and Character ,f
Koiiert Cmn :," Honorab'e John Cs-hmnn. "Tho
Ham That Or.e Thro Tars' Hall,' Reverend
Fathe- neslv rrspor c to tenst. "Sedslla. Msv
or J. I EstJCk lntrumental solo. ";.ilop I.rll-
Hants Vlss I'.mnU O..I!..... i.li.ili..
Character t the lrlh I'cole." Kevvrend athr
S. Nelbcre: vocsl o'o. "She' Far From the
Lerd." Ml5 Mayme Carroll "Our Adopted
t"cutrv " Jnhn McGen; "Th htar-Sx-unrled
Banner " Ml Kittle Mien. 'The Irlsh-Ameri-en,
Horcrable G. K. Jngnn: voral olo. "Will
Mv poni fai- Throtich old Ireland"' Vis fitli
erine Cassldjr: "Emmet's Ist Speech'' Mr, F.
fir. C'unp'nghHm of St. T.nuls; Intrum-ntal o'o.
Miss Nellie Ionne'l: -"The Lidle " l)anie f:.
Kcnredv: vocal solo. "My Wild Irlh Roso," Mr.
J. M. D-nbel.
Mrs. Marv j:bm anJ nle--e. Mi Veclv-. who
hav berp M(tlrg the fonii.r cf p. G Uifford,
derartM Tuedav for their home in St. Loul
Mrs W E. Hyatt, who ban bfen vlsl'lrg her
naiert. Me Hrd Mrs. John IS C'ontm. departed
Mrndav foe her heme In Kana- Cltv.
Mfe. I T)Wh!Pinn nt H: Ttila hfl V,nm i.-r-nn
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chnrle. Hbre-ht. i'rrted
Monday for St. Jnsej.h. From thre hc v. HI go
to San Iile-fo C.i! . for a vlIt with Doctor and
Mrs. J. G. Bck.
Mrs. J. J. Rett of St. Loul arrived Tuesday
to l the auoFts of relative and friend here for
a few: i!.
Mr. -nink Pt'ibh nnd daughter. Ml Lodell,
departed Tuesday for Qulncy, 111., en a iIMt to
Mr. Willtem MlPer of IMJen I the ct:et cf
the fa mil v of Prrfe'S-or A. V. Tjud-nlg.
Ml- l.Mhe Potfet departed Monday for ChllTi-r-f
the Mo wheip -"h-i -will viMt 'or several
wKs. llefnre returning heme she will alfo lslt
In Kanas City.
Mrs. R. G. Fltruatrirk and rhlMren and Mlsa
Olive Wither depaited Tueay for a vl'lt at
Mrs Gecrge K. Msrkey of thl cltv wa a
cucet at the D. A. R. reception given in Wah
Incton. D. C . last Thursday by lYcsldent and
A prtty weddlns: took place Wednesday evening
st the First Christian Church, the pastor, the
Reverend O. Fannon 0nclatlnrt The bride was
MIes Nannie Marv Gentn. dauchter of Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Gentrj, and the bridegroom wan
Malar Phillip KIdd. n "mmlnent vounr gentv
rrah of this county and the on of Mr. Leila
Kldd. The chu-ch was profusely and hnndome
lt HeorsteS with notted nlantn. ferns nnd nqln-is
In front of a solid bnckground of evergreen, j
I A feM.an aahh a m. . - m, M
fe a ,
H A ROUSIEMG SALE OF
Jlade during the dull season from short lengths and
discontinued patterni of our very finest cirpets,
and now offered to the housekeepers of St. I.ouis
ai about half their real worth!
Xo wonder they were snapped up with such
avidity last -ncek they'll go even fast.r to-mor
row! Such rugs at such prices are seldom found.
each for superb,
Wilton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 feet.
TAPESTRY ARID BODY BRUSSELS, VELVETS AND AXSVIIWSTERS
Are included in this sale at prices which are far below the cost of the same Carpets bv the vard.
I rzrA'Jr r-y ca ?a
S. E. Cor. Fourth and Washlnston.
iE BEST OFFER OF ALL
Nearly 300 elegant Velvet-Woven Room
Rugs, in charming medal
lion patterns these regular
S25.00 rugs at only
rurit of hi. brother. B. W. GallenlTUnp. Sun-
iti. Ida Buckfr of St. Lrt-ili Is th truest ot
V.-i-hlnrto.i IiiTds this werk.
lllss !"TUa Godt rturneI this -irk from a
vi-Jt to t. Loul. frifmls.
MKi Itlllle IJusch returned from a Islt to St.
"Mrs H J. Dlckbrafler Is ths guest of St. Louis
I)ul. Clro and Oscar Schaefcr left TuesJay
for i:ik. X. M.
.luilx-t. A. 21. Bolto of Ilansas City was hcra
William Callf-nkarap of S"t Tork City was th
fnie't or his l'ro'her. IX W. OallenLamp. Sun
cjay. Ilr. and Mr.. Charles "Cvarts of SprincHeld.
Mo . v.ere urue-its of V-Lhln--ton friends this
John I. Illnklp. rrosee-utl-tj- Attorney of Henry
County, vns tho suest of friends here.
Joctor Towlt-r of Sedalla. ilo . Is the truest of
"Wa--hlnrtcn friend.. .
SIIjs Crnma ("kld-'--ran.'ri of St. I,tjIs 13 the
truest of er sister. Mrs. C 1 IJuseh.
Waller Bu'ch of Et. Louis was the cuest of
Jllis llarr cnhlll nnd Mr. Clyde caliln. who
I8 ben in Utile Itock. Ark., for the last two
montli, returned heinc; Sunday.
Henrv Men7eni-orth. surerlntondent of the An
Iieuser-nu-ch Dr-Terv- rf 6t. IjouI", was the guest
of hi. brother. John Menzenworth.
The Miiyes Amy nnd IM-ia I.immcrt of St.
Lou's were the gut-if- of Mrs. Fred stumpe.
Miss Nell Kotor of bt. Lculs Is the guest cf
lllss ilolllc Smith.
Mr. Cl.nrles Wallace Is the cuest of lloberly
Mr.. Gu. Yntz went to Ka.eyvllle Wednesday
to visit relative..
Mr. and .Mn. Henrv King of la Plata wfr
W&m fty$!$L CJ j Malm
(Mm I Kli&t w5- 9sM J$u ! m&T
W X. Nc-.-8- -"t ' ' S
MISS ALL.ENE GANO.
Of Dallas, Tex., sponsor for Cimp Stcrlins Price, United Confederate Veterans, of Dallas,
at the National Confederate Reunion to be held In New Orleans during April.
" Miss Gano Is tho daughter of Mr. "W. B. Gano of Dallas and granddaughter of Gen
eral It. M. Gano, who commanded a brigade of Kentucky Confederates In the war be
tween the States. Camp Sterling Price Is the largest single body of organized Con
federate Veterans in the world, and as such was specially complimented by General
John B. Gordon at the last reunion, in Dallas, April, ISO!
Ths rausio programme was as follows: Organ,
"i.fiVnrHn'1 v.'-l!ni- March"- Sodennann.
Serenade." Meier. Miss Lucy Gentry: -juartit,
'Jollv Shepherds." Pommtr. Mrs. IIarey Mc-
Ougln. Mlfs Vie Jone. Messrs. A. 13. Cordes
and K. L. Davis: organ, wedding chorus from
"The Huruenots." Miss Lucy Gentrv; solo, "Yes,
I Will Bartlett. Mrs. Harey McCIugln: organ.
"Qavutte." Thomas: nolo. "Slnco Onl T."ou Art
Mine." Mist Vie Jones; organ. "Reverie," Loud.
3uartet, "i:-)Ithalmlum." Mrs. MacGugln. MIs.
ones, Mess'rs. Conies and Dals. Tne bridal
couple de-arted Thursday ror a visit with friends
In fit. Loulr. "
Mrs. Julia IIUI and daughter, Mir- Iicile.
hae returned from a tno months' Msit witn
friends and relatives In St. Imls.
Mrr O. i lllsbee of St. lyjuU -tlslled friends
lti. Danlti Cooper departed Wednesday for St.
Louis on a visit to friends and relatlv es.
Mrs. IL It. McDaneld, who has been vl'iunu
friends here for the !a"t w eek. deiarted Wednei
da: for her home In Kansas (lt.
Mrs. S. K. llullard Is visiting In Ft. Lout..
About the middle of March Mr. and Mrs. Hul
lard will o to R'dlands, "al.. for a il'lt with
Mrs Hnllsrd's parents. Doctor anil Mrs. o.
H "cott. Mrs. Dullard Intend, to remain three
months, while Mr. Bullard will remain only, a
eMrsteW. D. Steele, president, had charge of
AVednesdas programme cf tne Ladles' Musical
rlnb. which was devoted to an Illustration of
The Prlmltite Musle of North America." In
which she was assisted by Mmes. Harvey. Mac
'Jugln and E. K, Tancey. The programme wa.
one of the most' enjoyable that baa been git en
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Rector of St. Louts. wh-
hate been visiting friends here for tho la"t
week, depart-d Tuesday for their home.
Mrs. Ed Drear and Mrs. Samuel Jeffries ot
Jefferson City arrived Wednesday, to be the
gueats of friends here.
Miss Sallle llertch'e. who has been vlaltlnn her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bertchle. returned
Wednesday to Holuen. where she Is attending
Mrs. Henrietta Frey departed Wednesdav for
. visit with ber aunt. Mrs. W. V. Galbreath. at
Mrs. T. J. 3weenev and little dauehter, Mar
garet, returned Mcnday from a lslt with friends
In St. Joepli.
Miss Emma Daniels of Kansas City is the
guest or the famllv of her brother. K. A. Dan
iels. In East Fourth strevi.
Mrs Felix Kahn and little d.-iiishter. Llll'on
and Mrs. Author Khn and Uauehter. Carmen, of
this cltv. sailed Thursdav on the French liner
Le Savoie. for an extended Euroreni trip.
Ml-o Ellrabeth '"'entrv cf Kanas Cltv nrrhed
Tuesday, to be present at th3 wedding cf hr
cous'n. 3Ils. Nannie Gentry, to Mr. M.Jor KldJ.
Mis. Minnie Gold depatted Monday for a vl.lt
with the Misses Alice and Cora Perdues of Ot.
Mrs. n. 3. Itoan deoartM Monday for a visit
nt Pittsburg. Kas. with her sister, Mrs. John
MM liVsnce. Rmlth nliirni Tliiinn. wim
a visit with friends In St. Lome.
At Monday's meeting of the fororls Club Mrs.
J. S. Roger, read a paper entitled "Condlticns
In farls sjii th. Provlnc-. Which Helped to
rroouoe the Revo u ion In K83." A general dis
cussion t7 the? club members followed.
Mrs. II. P. Schmidt departed Thursiiay for a,
three weeks' visit with her carrats In CMcmo.
Miss Jessie IJest entertained tho Six Hundred
Kuchry poh Tuesday afternoon at her hem. la
East oeventn street.
M.7' SJ-J J- temple entertained the member.
of the Rocklnst-Chalr Club We.tn-lay afternoon
at her home In nast Seventh street
At 'ITic.ilar's meeting of the N.utilu. Club
Mrs. S. Fletcher rretaed and the followlni nro--Tamme
was carried out: Paper. "Wh'tt'er."
!?: w!55 H5nan "The tvit-h's raurhtr."
?J1? n152"-J'1.'',5bllr: "Telllns- the Bees."
Mrs. George W. McKown. Mrs. E. Bard gave a
mr pretty description cf the horn of Whlt
tho guests of ths latter, parents here Monday
Mr". N. M. Shelton returned hem. Friday after
a brief Islt In Lancaster.
Miss Ola Sears of l.a 'Plata visited relatives
here thl. week.
Miss Man Vancleve went to Kansas City;
Tuetdaj-, for a two week's Islt. with relatives.
Miss I;usenli McCully returned Montlsy from
Shelblnn. where she had been lltlng friendi.
Mrs. J. B. Illldebrand returned to Atlinti
Monday after a lstt In Macon, the guest of
Mrs. J. B. VanCeet.
Mr. and Mr. A. A. Gllstrap have returned
from an extended -visit In Muscoceey I. T.
Mrs. John Gadd and daurhter. Miss Mabel, re
ti,rned this week from a fle months' trip to
.Mrr. J. C. Oliver cf Ft. Louis has been the
guest cf her aon. Cadet Oliver, at the Blees Mil
Mrs. J. R. Blackwell of Washington. D. C
will arrive here next week on a lslt to her
( mother. .Mr.. F. W. Reed.
1 Mrs. W. li Mct-ullv and dauehter. MI Velma.
are the gue.ts of Mrs. Fred Tedford of Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Gsrgcs and! son. Louis Ellison.
:l M.r shel'tcn" ,he "-- or a !'-
InvV-nhria?'""'' ",lm"d from a ""
of-yr.s,!Ji,ct'!:.py o; I-a rittta " " -'
a;SwJeVkt,rinr,.'r,ca)S'anSaa-- llEhl f0r
jIIsi Bucenlt Thompson Informally entertained
MaI1Tue,r;rav0e,'g- at -"KS
Nine Herman Mary llarj. May Desert! Kubey
Wllllams nnd Jennie smith: Mw-T Lew Is Ma
lone. Johnston Kunston. Kugene Eniil.h wf'l
hheVRrth.7"n,"nd lngdon Jonet; M'''
The rortnlshtly Club, a recent organization ot
young people. ra the Hrst of a series otflv
tails at U'ees's Hall TueMav evening The
l"'''"'1 V? -M'c"- Mwltonf Sellfcrilg!
Anna Brown Blanche Nolan. Hattle And ilVrV
1-irr.e Sula McCanne Ruth L.V. i"- wood. Mae
w.. I., f m ' - "llu""i Mifisrs. Gm
.lTa"', I"l Olelmin. Fred SoI.Un. Jim Rob
!ou!RlJ"T',rscn.,ap,a, ""hack anl
1-rlS r-orw' '" I'-Jeeford. Herman Miller.
wTl : JUTim' V?"X ,"r?''n- Waller Dunanav
Jlcio s,mith. l.luv.l McKee and Marvin Shanks.
I "TSf'Sajfii ""ert"nln M"'
Wheelin-r"1 "' ' nan'""" " home '""n
rMiliet ''-il ymf Cabell rcturne.1 this week from
SntivV. re ","'nt thc wlnt"r "h
Ml.. Imr.1; Ptflttee i-rtn-&.l ..i 1. .
Mveral efj,' I-It In iViumbla.
llrs. n. Ilarn-pv drarted for a month'ii viIt
!?,. h fT,Sn,.rv,,.orAMortlmw Iiarn'y. and fam
IU. of onmcit. Ol.
.Mff-i Mnry Woclsey has returred from a -visit
to Kansas ity,
Mr. ard ilr.. F. J. Kaman departed for their
niv homo In Inileprml-'Mict.
Mre. John Wat kins of Huraphrrys ha rctnrnpd
home attpr a visit with her mother. MYs. V. A.
Mr?. TV. A. Lane dp parte., for Excelsior
Springs. Mo. on a month'i !it.
M". and Mr. John Wll.iam of DennIon. Tex.,
are vlritinj: relatixes hr tii'n eek.
MIs I'e5.i IlawUInn or Sall3hurv spent Sunday
with CMIhroihe relathes. h- tra-s accompanied
by Mlf Macdr McL?In cf riarion, la.
MI3 Joephin Dott of I Angeles Is IIt
inr her conln. ?lln Flcrence Bottn.
irr. J. M. IXiv,,i Is heme from a visit to
Mr. Herb Kentner of Stsnberry was tte cuest
thlB wek cf Doctor nnd Mrs. Li. E. Tracy, re
turning Iiomn Wedneftlay
Mr and Mrs. K tt. Hh and son of St. Jo
seph were tho quests this -Reek nt the P. Ilo
Mr. and Mr. Georse DUe of Broken rid (?e aro
iitim M-t. V. W Mernur and wer-- pnter
tatreS Saturday at dinner by Mrs. John Harrah.
Mifs Mihel Mclnturtf v,m hostess Tuesday
evnlnc cf a prettv dinner partv. her quests be
Inc Mes-r. Jlradv. Plntzer. Jack Miller. Joo
TMbcrt, MIsei Herman, Clabauffh and Ej"len
burs:. Mrs Harry Minteer Is borne from a visit to
Ml Carr! TVallbrunn returned this week frcm
an v ht months Irlt to Yoangstown, O, and
Mr. Rra Minor Crew of Pacific. Mo.. Is ex
Pcted soon on a visit to her parent, Mr. and
Mr P. II. Minor.
Mrs. WiT-xaCT-a entertnlned the East End
Fancy Work Ouo Wdntdir afternoon.
Th- Fortnljchtly Club held Its reyuiar restori
ST. JOSEPH. 3IO.
Mr- Jahn 7pdl?r has returned from a, four
mviths visit in Pennsylvania.
Ml-w Marv Darrah Is cntertalnlns: Mrs. Ernest
G. Miller of Dencr.
Mrs. Ann T. Unodes and MI-v Lnura Khodes
ar maKl"e a tour of the South nnd Fast.
Mrr. Theodore Duckt departed for ndeca,
Mrnt.. vberc she will spend the Bummer.
Mrt. "WIlMam Zimmerman of Jackboro. Ter.
Is the miest of St. Joseph relathes.
Mrr. Isaac Lhnun la the RUect of friends In
San Antonio. Tev.
MUs ItebeJvah Ba;sett and Mrs. Tloyd Eassett
cf Colorado 'print's. Cln.. aro the jriests of
their sister. Mrs. T. C Potter.
Mr. John A. Duncan, accompanied by hr
UauKhtejT. MIs TJlIlan. and Mrs. Euceno Zim
merman, hare con to California.
Mr. ard Mr. J. G. Schreider havo returneil
fron a two months' lsit with friends in Cali
fornia. Mlsj Poswell of Minneapolis Is the cue-st of Mrs.
George R. Mann.
Mrs. H. j. Rees of rhllllpsburjr. Mont, visited
ot. josenn rncnos mis wees.
Mrs. Charles Zimmermen and little daughter,
Helen, of St. Lewis, are visiting In St. Joseph.
Mr. Frank ale led the dUciiesiQn en ."Man
ual Training" at the Iluncie Club Tuesday after
noon. At a nHM-tlnc of th Dauchters of the Con
federacy TueIav afternoon It wa,s dc!ded to
Fend a number of articles which the nmbera
tia made to be sold at a baraar at Richmond.
Va.. fo the benefit of the Jefferson Dals mon
Frank Ku??ell spent seteral dajs this week In
IieT4 -pii worth. Ka.
Thee officers were elected by the Toun W-m-'n
Chrltlm Association TueMay e.enln5: r.
Itoscoe Thomn. president; Mrs. Georgo Hull,
tint lo ireldent: Mrs J. H. Hundley. Beecnd
ice rreslder.; Mra. J. C Story, treasurer; Mrs.
.T. M. Ke-nrer, correspondlnc secretarj; Mr.
Hwwne Ar. recording secretarv. a ta was
kIvcm Fridav afternoon bv the Flower Ml'-c.on
or the First liantit Church at the residence
of Mrs. William Benrnan.
Mre. J. G. Dunham u.e a coffe Thurrday
afternoon. Mr. Marv F.. Thomas assisted In r
ceHlrc ard serving the cuests.
Mr. K. n, Tlortcn ccnductel th coaversatlnn
fn "I"ilinbirBh" nt the meeting of the Travel
Club Tuesdiv afterroon.
Mrs. it. M. Hendrick entertained Wedne-av
n'cht for her suest. Mrs. E. B. Simcc-s ef Mar
Mr and Mrs. Stmel Westheimer havs re
turned farom Hot prlnjr. Ark.
Mrs. U. C. ildray ana son. Irxln. of Moray,
K is . -Halted Mrs. Hiram Davis tnts week.
.Mits ,-tob i.j3 guie to ijailas. Tei., ior a
MIsp Catherlre Celary of Atchlron. Kas., Is
Iiun .hi- Donnts
The Minister! jl Alliance will giie a banquet
at ie ..i . ..ionu-y niiit. J'ne tciet itst
lnc.utus: iiupjr-. tn-n an.i .now," the iteer
end Henry Bullard. -Ministerial TspeV' the
itiienuu J. i:. u)n,; "in- Uaunce turet," tue
itfrrtrini M i iroell. '"in- Associate Pa
tor, (he Unertnij A. W. Doit, "ir I Were a
I-tyman, tne iteereml lfc tL Totlu; 'One In
ilim," the Rpverend S. B. Campbell.
-Mrs. Mjron L.tle enteitained 'eunesday after
noon for her out-of-town Eimi Miss Martha
Hills and MtF. MUhgan of idles, Kas., and Mrs.
U. J. lutt of Kanft City. Mrs. L.ytle a.s aa
sl'ted in receiving by Mra. J. W. Walker. Mrs.
W. II. Grlfith and Mrs. Itadford Kearnej.
J. MarshaL-iVmiams. a-ai.Hit-j by Miss Tarrls.
Cae a rental ui the Wjatt l'ark Christian
Church Friday evening.
'Ihe Ladies hit Oub was entertained Fri
day afternoon bv M.ss Helen Blnswanser.
ilr. Jesse Ttoberts was the puest of honor
at a thimnic party cien by Mrs. Charles Dickey
Mis Iirne hann entertained the Treble Club
Thursday afternoon. The programme was made
up of tne works of Meer-Helmund.
Mrs. W. E. VI arm. Ue entertained Thursday
Mre. S. B. Bnnett of Fort -Collins. Colo , Is a
CUt at the home of her brother, C- C. Calvert.
Mrs. Georce Ha-keil of H. Louis is the uest
vi. .ills' tjiipin.
Mj-. and jlrs. Fritz Xae jrae a dinner Thurs
day eifnlnjj In honor of Th senth wtddiaj
anulersaiy of .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tootle.
Mr. A. E. Jordon and little -daisghter of St.
Ixmis -Aire tiie gnests of Mrs. JorCou a father. J.
O. GUI, this week.
Mn. J. A. Clark ha returned to her home in
Ptrry. Mo., after a iet with Mre. J Chownlr?.
Mr. and Mrs. John bbuck of t. Luuls are vis
iting In the city.
Mrs. A. p. nalden Is iitlnff In Monroe -City.
Miss Emma lUce has returned irom a Llt in
Mis. T. J. Ccutns and Mr. Charles Caler hae
returned from Hunnewell, Mo.
Miss Katherlne Lakman of Columbia, Mo. has
The WM Sid Literary Club met with Mrs, R.
R. Mclntjre Monday at tern con.
Tho Wednesday Club met with Mls Martha
Bay. The subject discus-ed was a "Comparative
Study of Paul Potter, Ednln Landeeer and Roa
iiocneur. Tnoe presentwcre Misses Helen and
Florence Bouchton. Amy Gleason.. May Ellis.
Cora Held, Marram sfocura, Barbara. MJller
and Mmes. EL H. Bounds and J- Rj Bozarth.
Tho Quaker Society erf tho First M. E. Church
trae a thimble partr In the lecture-rocm of the
church Tuesday afternoon nnd la tho eenlns an
old-fashlonej spelling bee was given.
Mrs R. A. fcpencer entertained at cards Tues
day afternonn in honor of her truest, Mrs. W. B.
Markell cf Palmyra and Miss Georgia Edwards of
Slater. Mo. Mrs. t. J. lUiy. Mrs. Charles S-eible
and Mr Thomr-son receied the fa.orw
Mrs S. J. Roy entertained Wednesday after
noon for Mr. Markell and Miss Edwards.
Mis. E. D. Brewington has returned from a
visit In St. Louts.
Mrx. ( If. ftl-rwll-m Tehi-i ha Knurn ha i.-s.i f
Mrs. C. J. Lewis, has returned to her heme In
MIsj Sarah Shepherd, who is attendlns school
at Jack-omllle. 111., spent a few days at home
Mr. I. Breed Is visiting In Shelblna.
Mrs. Cammle Cordon of Chicago is visiting- her
mother. Mrs. Adelldf Bowline
Miss Mattle Hall has returned from a visit in
Mr. Louis P. Hill has returned from a visit In
Mrs. J. P. Shields has returned from, Brookfleld.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Link of Cornell Bluff.
Lc. . are guests rf Mr. Link's parents in Oakwood.
Jlrs. W. S. Snyder and Miss Bertie Giles are
spending a frv. dajs in Ft. Louis.
Mr, j. C. Morton and daughter have returned
from a istt In Moberly.
Mrs. E. W. Burke and daughter. Mildred, of ,
j-.vension. y., were guests oi menas wetines
dav. Mlsa rreeman of Monroe Cltr is tho guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Freeman.
Mrs. a. B. McKInley of Brookfleld visited Mrs.
Charles W. Morris) this week.
Mrs. J. D. Brown of St. Louis Is visiting- in
Mrs. C X. Lewis, who has been the guet of
Mrs B. Wenzei. has returned to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Will Barker departed Wednesday
riir iaa jvnceiest. uai.
Doctor W. IL Has gave a stair party Tuesday
evening. Covers were laid for Messrs. a. C. Ro
Bards, William Wlllscn. Madison Schofleld. J.
L. Plowman and Doctor Mclntjre. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Mackey of Clarksvllle, Mo ,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gilbert.
Mr?. J. J. Smith has returned from Kansas
Miss FTederlcka Wesels and Mrs, W. T. Lou
don ppent Wednesday in St. Lonls.
Mrs. I- C. Hardin of Louisiana, Mo.. Is visit
ing relatives In the city.
cf this cltv. performed the ceremony at the hems
of the bride'js uncle.
Profesror and Mrs. William C Barron enter
tained the Christian Endeavor Society of the
J-:iorson Street Prsbyterlaa Church Tuesday
Charles Williams of Sr. Louis U visltlnr rela.
tives at FcrlctelL.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Meyer of Augusta have
been vMUnj- In Sr, Louis.
Mrs. Mary GooiTellow and daughter. Mr Mary
Wise, have returned to Went 2 tile, after an ex
tended vt?lt to St. Louis relatives.
Mrs. John Marion has returned to her hoane at
Augusta. Kas.. after an extended visit to rela
tives at Wentzvilla.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ony rave a raV
Wednesday evening In honor cf their guest, Mlsi
Mrs. A- R. Hunlng- entertut-M Wednesday it
ernoon. Miss Ellen Mudd of at. Lkjis ha been tlo
STJ'st of Mayor J. R. Mudd and family.
Miss Cora Parker of St. Louis has been th
gueet of Ml Bertha M. Renno.
Mr", Chri Xagel has returned to St. Iut9
after a visit hero to her brother and other rela
tives. Mrs. J. B. Prltchett nrul daughter. Miss XeomL
have been vlsitine relaUves la St. Louis,
Professor Martin Haertel of Jacksonville, 111.,
has been the guest of relatives here -during- tho
Postmaster William F. Bloebaum. wife and
daughter. Miss Florence, have been visitors la
St. Loult this week.
R Weil is vi-ttlniT in New Tork City.
ITofessor J. IL Frick and President Addicfc-i
of Weslyan Oolle-je. Warrenton. have been the
guests ot ex-County Cleric Edward P. Hehner
Mrs. J. C. "Wintrand entertained Friday after
noon. MIes Mary Peters of St- Louis has returned
home after a vit to friends at Hamburg.
Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Wenkerman have returned
to St, Louis after a visit here to Mr. and Mrs.
O J. Marten.
Mrs. Clara Tuffll departed Saturday for Min
Mra. I Barron of St. Louis has beea the cuet
of Fred Hoik and family.
Mr. BL T. Kracmer has been visiting relatives
In St. Loul".
Edward Gut and family are visiting at Las An
Mrs. Nell Breyton of St. Louis Is visiting- rela
Mrs. T. S. Allen returned Wednesday to her
hom-0 at Wectzvllle rrom a visit to St- Louis
relatives and friends.
Miss Bessie Dyer of Wentzville spent Saturday
and Sunday In thl cJty.
Mr. Sherry of O'Fallen Is entertaining her sis
ter from Kansas City.
ST. tlLlULES 3IO.
Mrs. J. B. Martin and daughters. Mlse
Blenne and Mavme, entertained the ladles of
the First Presbjterlan Church Friday after
noon. The following ciTIcers were elected: Mrs.
Mgwald I'dstad. president; Mrs. T. C. Salveter,
vice president; Mrs. W. J Baird, treasurer, and
Mr William Becker, secretary-
Mls Belle Thorp of fct. Louis has been visit
ing relatives at fc't. Peters.
Arslstant Fire Chief Frank May and Mls
Marie Kruel surprised their many friends here
Wednesday when they announced that they had
been married In St. Loul Tuesday. The Rev
erend A. Almstedt of Granite City. III., formerly
Robert CllnksdaJs has returned to his home In
Carrollton. after a visit to his brother, Etamltt
Professor Walter Miller has returned from a
ISt. Louis visit.
Ml Minnie Mess departed for her home In
Judo W. W. Anderson has returned to St.
IjtuIs after a tnslnesK trip to Cblumbta.
Mr. and Mrsv B. IL Bonrrey of Unions-Hie after
sperdlng a few days with their eon. Lawrence
Bonfrey at the Iteta Chapter House, departed
Thursday for St. Louis.
Mm. John M. Robinson departed for Socora,
Z. M.. for an extended visit.
The Slrma Chi cave an Informal hop at their
hall in the Whittle building- Monday evening.
The room was decorated in the fraternity color
ralms and cut flowers. The honorees of the oc
casion were Miss Be-ssie Pendleton, of Independ
ence, Mlas Adele Dockery of Klrksville and
Mii-a Irene Blair of Sedalia. The chaperoee
were Doctor and Mrs. Bragg and Doctor and
Mrs. J. L. Gentry of "Williamsburg-. Ky... Is th
guest of her brother. Judge J. A. Stewart.
Miss Swan Gnider. who bai been visitinjr her
sister. Mrs. Charles Mathews, for several months
has returned to her home in St. Joseph.
jlts. itoiuwpii is me guest or. ---entraiia mena
Miss Halllo Elkln has returned after & visit
to Kansas City friends.
Mr. A, J. Edwards Is visiting- Moberly rel
atives. Mrs. S. P. Newly Is vlsttlng- relatives In Fay
ette. Mrs. b. w. Whipple has returned to her hotna
In Colorado after visiting- her daughter. Miss
Maytllla Adams, heTe.
Mr. Mav Kitchen of 'St. Louis Is vlsltinr he
parents. Mr. and Mrs. IL B. Imsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Terrell have returned from
theirweddlng trip Est and will be at home to
their friends at the Powers House.
Mis Sallle Orear departed for a visit to rtla
trves In Clarence. Mo.
Doctor and Mrs. J. R. Pentuff entertained
Monday afternoon younjr ladies from Stephens
College enjoyed their hoepltallty In a guessing
game, MI Mary Stephens won the first prize
ard MIs Ethel Egerton the second.
Mrs Troxler of New York City Is vrlsltlnff
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ladery departed for thel
homo at Huntsvllle. Mo after an extended visit.
Mls Ollle Shock and Mr. Erra T. Palmer wr
married at the home of the bride's parents. Mr
end airs. "Walter Shock, a few miles north of
Columbia, bv Elder Pasly.
Mrs. Bradford has been entertalnlnc Mrs T.
Fi Scudder and her dac-M-M-. MIm mi- ThM
Sderarted ThunJ-lay for their home la Mexico.
lIsTtT Tlinvvtrlilli -has Mfiiswl A ki. --.-
Illinois aftf-r visiting; relatives and friends here
for a few tavs.
Mrs. A. E. Spark and grandson. Montgomery
Tantis. who have been visiting- at Fort Smith.
Ark., for the past month, returned Friday.
A game of basket ball between the Specials
and the -y. M. C. A. women of the university
was plajed Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
reults were Jo to 14 In favor of the T. TV. C. A
Mrs O. M. Stewart gave n tea Monday evenlne
In honor of MIm Dockery of Kirksvllle and Miss
Blair of Sedolin.
Mrs. J. W. Wright and family departed for
Johnson Countv to reside.
Doctor J. II. Duncan of St. Louis was the guest
OKlahomsL,t T-"inlni' W ! ws: to visit In
Mr. A. A. TO waa la Sed-tllx Saturday.
Judf. fi I. Callenkamc of St. Louis was ths
February 24, 1902.
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worth its weight in
geld. It does more
than 70a claim. It
has saved my life and
caused me to be
come a mother
Bryant, Va., February 18, 1902.
My daughter-in-law, Lizzie Giles, had a
miscarriage. She was in very bad health,
so I persuaded her to try Wine of Cardui.
Since then she has had a fine baby boy.
My daughter, Fannie Hudson, also has a
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appreciates Wine of Cardui.
Mrs. LOUISE GILES.
I suffered a miscarriage, which was fol
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.. PnAiryfr .rl ..-nTl nw
fallen womb to its place. Now
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Mrs. MARY L.' BENSON.
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Lutcher, La., Jan. 30, 1902.
I suffered with dragging
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I expect to be a
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April, and I don't
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out Wine of Car
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Mrs. C.J. ROBINSON.
Glendlora, Tex., June 19, 1902.
I had womb trouble for three yeats, but
found no relief until I tried Wins of Carfui
Now I have a fine baby boy one year and
eight months old. I was married ten yean
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children. Mrs. COLLIE JOHNSON.
Luna Landing, Ark.,
March 8, 1902.
t Wine of Cardui was health
pregnancy. Before I began
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I can now recommend it to
every expectant mother.
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