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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MARCH 8, 1903.
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nIB0W GQEBQ3 DHUSa S0OTSI
ill V. I
Late advice- from Florida ure sufficiently
y diffuse ami attractive ti create feellugH
J? Wildest envj and deepest despair among
t! those of us nliom stern neceslt compels
j to brave weather like that or last week, and
Jj to stnj resignedly at home.
( I met one of thf must elegant of the cttv's
matrons plowing through Cabamie mud Ia"t
Thursda An u tnatttr of fact, we collided
J, on i narrow vtom-Iiie. and each had begun
if to alogize utoftnel) before we recognized
, the other
ft "Now isn't this the vilest climate on the
3? face of the globe" she cried "Whenever I
fl think of St Louis weather I'm alvvavs re
ft minded of the man vv ho suffered a lex nni
JI putation and wus told !y hl jmpatlietic
yj friends to "grin itml lear it '
p Til bear it, all right.' lie replied, grlm
, ly. 'but I'm dashed if I'll grin'
"That's the way 1 alwn feel about this
-" Ml"wlsslppl Vullej cJIniate."
"Rather a pood Joke or. some of the people
.' -who went South with trunks full of "good,
few-arm. clothing." having been Informed by
Ijeomebody who didn't know- that Florida
wa3 In the throe of the coldest winter the
'State had ever known. When the McMIllan
sr ThornburRh party leached St Augustine
"? thev found the thermometer S3, and. accord-
y'ingly. got out all their muslin shirt waita.
C Going on to Miami they dlf covered a rise
of five degrees, and promtply consigned all
'mat "good, warm clothing" to the depths
5sof trunks, and ix thought themselves of
rjthln white Indian linens and French lawn
lifrocks. with plenty of open-work embrold
Sery. Now- at ra!m Beach they find that the
little glas tube saj s 'ninety-eight' and that
Jfthe weather Ip becoming uncomfortably
&vrarm for sojourning. So they will all start
i"for, the North very shortly.
"- Society girls so seldom take' up music sa--"trouBly
and work at the art with ambition
That goes nhead of an thing more than a
little parlor amusement, that I was much
J-nrprised the other Jay to hear of Miss Vlr-
igrnla Lee's delightful accomplishment along
ijie music line.
She ha a clear, high Viprano voice of
much culture and considerable range, and
practices with all the diligence of the liard-ye3t-worked
Metropolitan Opera-house slng
2er. Miss Lee particularly enjoys the "Inglng
r'of church music, and has all this winter
2bccn an understudy In the choir of St.
SfXavier'yi, getting lots of practice and much
valuable knowledge of the lino old mass
Jmusic. -Phe is shortly to blossom as a solo
JjJst at this church, alternating with the oth
JTer singers, and her friends are eagerly, an
iTticlpatlng her debut.
Kor several seasons she has studied choral
, ringing with the Morning Choral Club and
ils one of the most -valued members of that
Intimate friends of the Ben Lang, who
"have this winter moved Into their attrac
l tlve Cabannc home a wedding gift from
VMrs. Lang's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taussig
H have quite become accuwomed to taking
possession of the thlrd-stoty ballroom on
$5iturday evenlhgs and enjoying little
Snformal dances with all the zest that they
SWould experience were the affairs larger
fand more dignified. The club. If so it can
fko called, gathtrs Itself together and meets.
as I have said, on Saturday nights. Caban
.ne young people romposo It, in the main.
'? Moont C4rmfl. Ill . March S. I'M-Socltty E3It
'pr. Tlie Keoubllc: Dear MaJam-Please anwr
'the followine questions in the-Hunda Republic
t kn4 nhltro'
5 If a. Elrl is correspondlnit w-ltli n man whom
;h has never soen. ahouM the exrhanja phoioa
L-iih him if h ks hr to. or mi1 Iit photo
ko be returnfd? . .
Should he offer to nJ Wa ohoto ana aK ror
lers. or aliould she aalc to rxcbar.geT ,
Tle- are not la fie ntM clt. Should ahe
ifk him to calf on her whn h Is In ton en
I On receiving a letter from a renueman, now
jnic afaould a itirl wait to reply? How Ions
lliould he, wait?
eUay a slrl ark a gentleman to send Iit atainpa
when ahe la corresDcmllnr with him?
,ftYoura truli t- O- M.
I have printed the above letter In full.
nd I am wonde-1-g Just how to make my
answer to thee iJttful questions strens
v -..In the first place. M!m I. G. M.. you are
eyidently a young woman -of tome educa
tion and reflnement. 'How u girl of jour
sort couhVever be drawn Into correrTondlng
with a "man whom she has never seen," Is
Havff you rend the dally papers this last
week, and seen column after column of
printed matter relating to the various matri
monial frauds who have b;en conducting a
business with glrlj Just like yourself, ani
who have been arrested and exposed, with
a probable endlrg of their das in the Pen
itentiary? If you have not read ot the
exposures, then for goodness sake ask wme
of our elderly friends to explain matters
of this kind, and, by every hope of jour
future happiness, be guided by their coun--el
and steer clear of any and all men who
jleslre tc correspond with you and who
are strangers to you and our kin.
i.-Any girl who Is drawn into correspondence
with a strange man, and who keeps it up
for a. lark, desjrves Just exactly what she
igets loss of her money and a very prob
able, loss of ner good name. I cannot put
the case too strongly or too warnlngly to
jou. Don't write another letter to any man
whom. you don't know, and above all things
don't exchange any photographs (not
photos), and don't ask him to. calLon sou
when he Is in town. Avoid him altogether.
He's a bad lot. or he never would try to
make your acquaintance in any sJch under
hand manner.. No gentleman, my dear, ever
sictis to know a girl unless all the arrange
ments are open, and aboveboard. If this
man who writes to you were a gentleman,
he Tould have sought ou out among your
No; a gentlewoman certainly m.st not .ask
ny of her men friends to ssnd her stamps,
any more than she would think of asking
them for money to buy her handkerchiefs
Madison University nnd Vassar were host
esses yesterday afternoon In the cozy rooms
or the College Club at the Coniervatorlum.
By way of enlivening the general monotony
a "vaudeville show vv as planned by tho en
tertainers, and very successful it proved.
Florence Blseman. Mrs. Joseph Lewis, Eliz
abeth Moore. Mrs. George Vleh and Ma
bel Riddle had charge of the programme,
which was a lively one from start to finish
and much enjoyed by tho members, who
turned out in full force.
Mrs. Vleh and her clev er musical husband
surprised tbe audience with their brilliant
"stunt" known as "Cantellatlons a la Ffran
con Davies," which was quite the hit of the
afternoon. Tea and chocolate were served,
as usual, after the programme.
An Easter wedding In Washington, D. C,
will be that of Miss Gertrude Grossman, un
known to St. Louis, to Mr. Peter Stuyvesant
I'llott, who, as the husband of Doctor Prew
m's cider daughter. Dorothy, la well remem
ljcjed here. Mrs. Pilott died fio years ago,
leaving .a beautiful boy, who has been care
ndly cared for by his father's people in the
tDesplte the general exodus to.Palm Beach,
Acre are a few St. Louis persons down at
be Arkansas resorts, which have the ad
vantage of being near by and are, withal.
Interesting and healthful. At' Eureka
Spring this last week have arrived Mr. and
Mrs. "Ed" Simmon with their Infant; Miss
Grao Morrill, who goes annually to Eureka;
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wilson, Captain and Mrs.
Charles Evaiu. Mrs. II. B. Dodd and Miss
raoo Dodd, Mrs. Joseph Basoonte, Mrs.
Daniel Clark jnd D II. Clark and Miss Hal.
)'. SDItKN'A LUIB.
Silk Umbrellas Mermod & Jaccard's.
The pupils of Miss Elizabeth Slegrlst gave
a recital last Saturday afternoon, at which
the following programme was rendered:
Robin's Lullaby Kroemann
(a) SDanL'h Melodv Behr
(b) Roao Leaf Brunnpr
,r SUM Jessie Mathta.
flttst ttrat-kvk Y .0ba
,, jars. uKnimr.
Harraroll- .. Mllward
I 11 ulo dOr
jiihj juzaoem iiairMn-
. .. ...... . ............ Lnuro
Imitation a la Valee Weber
ft! Scn'cu".".!?'.. -::;:.- ""SSS
ll,taath,trauS.!!.n.nirU "' Coooer
. .j . .u.t.t V.I1UI1.
" Mtmtw t.'iipane .
Miss laobcl Matthew a.
t n ... M1" Mercy Lusse.
La Rarata Venezlana ..
d. a . ., M1" Charlotte Sajlor.
Rondo Caprlccloej ....
Mils OrtLCe BlegrlBtl"
F?..2l '.Sr0lm Rabb E ?venlnB at home, on
fSL .Y '.TTS8 a "LcM an artistic suc
cesr. Miss Lillian E. Shirley of Bishoo
CS,nter,talne? t.he Kupss with a pro
frS.IS? f r:"aon. Miss Shirley was
f31"1'. Doctor Malcolm Itabb. bary
tone, and Mrs. Rosalie Smith Cole, planlste.
-"- ..c:i. nnc.
t.5SLra'.n,rT Xoo1 anJ,Nizhr. Big Four-tralna
leave St. Louis for ClnclnnaU.
Miss Cecelia. L. Moeller, No. ,517 Natural
Bridge road, gave a successful muslcale at
her- home last Monday evening, which was
enjoyed by a large number of guests.
The programme follows: '
PA RT I
S',Sh0"jt'irS,r Rlmi!nt Mrch....Anrehuetz
riaSL n,dr"J st"rao-1
(b) Cradle Sonir .
W. XT 111... n
Piano Riloa .. ...TO
(a) Ileath-r Row In
(b) Frpm the Rill r......".'.'.' GlUet
- . . Ruh Sexton.;
Quartet-Oft In lh Stilly N1EM Thomas
Cole Rrilllante Male Quartet
m.'Si?1h,i1,1"' lto. stark. McAHster
Flano So o !-eIectlon from Martha Sldua
r u l
Recitation Vlntlnlt. a lay of
(a) To the Front Sldus
(b) American Ilcautj Schottlsehe Isidos
,. . r. . ...Mildred Stowmon.
ocal Duet Mlgnon (O Happy Swallows)
pui'slioV--"1! MaEW- 1,r-Mni stark-
(a) Torchllsht fiance of the Brides ot
b) Huntlnr Son'.... , Mendelwohn
Ml reeella u McsIler.
le-su-urs anu aiesaames
G. W. Cale.
H. C. Melnholz.
G. R. Hogg.
R. H. Sexton.
R. O. Bolt.
Doctor F. Francls-
A. Stark; -
R. Sexton, '
A. B. Borchendlng.
B. Ogden, Jr.
Society people like the.Knickerbocker Spe
cial via Big Four. St. 'Louis to.New York.
On Saturday afteraoonMrs. William G.
wrlsherg gave a muslcale at her hmoe. No.
Sool Henrietta street. ,8he was assisted by
her friends and pupils and had as guests
many friends. The music was thoroughly
enioyed apd .the manner In ..which the
young people .played, caused comment.
The .Misses JessjeWrrltr and Adele
Chomean played Robyn's "Imogene" as a
piano duet.. Miss Puss Scherer plajed
Head's "Sweet Memory Bells" as a -solo.
Mls Blench Drace Durand's "Valse, E flat,
op. U," Miss Josephine Harrison "len
delsshon'9 "Spring Song"
Miss Clara iloftman, Chopin's "Valse. A
fiat, op. S4": Miss AdeleCTiomeau, Iej
bach'a "Fifth Nocturne, opt 66"; Mlsa Mar
Scherer, Godard's "Mazurka, op. B4": Jlls-j
Laurs. Schnell, Dorn's "La Sonnambula";
Miss Jessie Wengler, "Intermezzo from
'Cavallerla Husticana' "; the Misses Clara
Hoffmann and Laura Schnell, Herold'a
Rich Cut Glass-Mcrmod & Jaccard's.
The. next meeUnc of the Ten O'clock Musl
cale will be heldOt the home of Mrs. Sam
uel Williams. No. 4HS West Belle, Wednes
day, February1 IS.
hf -J1- v dubmet Monday at tho
home of Mrs. Jam- P. Nepblt. No. 4617
iSrwSret f,,rret- "IJfe: I" Meaning
n?f.h,i W.as U' subJect of Miss Jones's
?MnT5Sfw 'u from. Browning. Vocal
?Si l.y ?Ime'3- Ccper and Bowman added to
the usual pleasure of the afternoon meeting
TuehsafaVCMr?hr'?,lf Roomi wlU bo neId
iuesaa, Jiarch 10, H a. m.. by Mrs J W
a,e',,Xo''J'6J? Lnde bbulevirdi vrla
CaS VWA11 - m. by Mri John
mS i?' S Cabanne avenue; Tnursday,
aivirifenJs,Ja3hunrerllD JIote1' S
eTJ16. TwentIet'5 Century Art Club held lt
SfS!Sl,t,y "i0a MonSoy. with a larger
mwSffiJ! ,nan a.' an.y other meeting. The
subjeot being earlv Oprmnn n tK. .
Jiapers for the day were "Albrecht Dlwer
P. .Moody and "Hans Holbe.n. the Old Ger
man. Master." was read by Mrs. W. L
Bragdon. Mm, Quyett led a table talk on
niwuiB uancs or ueatn." Mrs. J. c.
Euckwalttr also gave a talk, and ofhers
i?iTr.par lSiP oTuwion. "The Classic
Rhine and "Rhine Legends and Their In
fluence on Early German Art" Is the next
study, March 9.
The members of'th'xrcrnlnD- r-i.,i. .,
Joyed a prcgrammei last Iriday at the home
-. hnv. ," .i. ,,"', ". "'. '-"-.c
SiiiS." ' following selections
PlanoDuet Sonata. . .Beethoven. Od. C
w- wan, jii., iorKe.
oral Sweetheart ...it LAns
September 4.. Clurlton
Piano Etude ...v Aurenskr
Sextelta from Lucia, lert-hand r-
ruizem-nt ........... ...j Keschltik
, Mlw Olivia Brown
Voo&l Ave 'Maria v.
Harp aolo Soog .
. Mfa Kink.
Piano Berceue Joceljn ,,
The Morning Etude .will hold its next
meeting Friday. March 13. at the home ot
Ml3s'Joan,Wfnkle,,No. MO Bartmer ave
nue., at 10 o'clock.
The Literary ,Sjmposlum spent an enjoj
able hour with, Dickens Thursday morning.
Mrs. Griffithgave n running alcetch of his
literary career. She.consldered that he had
done more toamuse and brighten the world
nan any othcr'novellst. A; the same time.
he gained the' world's sympathy for the
poor and degraded by expo!nj? the corrup
tion of courts, prisons and slums. He
created more delightful characters in fiction,
mors interesting couples and family groups
than any other -writer. Among many nen
portraits, 'and sketches, perhaps the best
were Mr. Pickwick and Sam Weller. the
noted breach.of;promlse trial, Bardell versus
Pickwick; and Dvld Cnpeerfleld woolnrr
P0""1"6 old CurlosltJ Shop" is the stJdv
for Thursday at Hotel Beers. A general
request vvr.s made 'for Mrs. Griffith to re
peat her talkl "The Bible as Literature."
A committee was then appointed to decide
'vi me nine uuu place.
BFhtJ!not bfoutlful trains are those of the
BigJFour to New. York and Boston.
rfP'r--0,?."!!? 2? ,hB CTothB Club o" -y?I'
f rU.,rT T,t nt Mra- Reynolds's house.
;Ui ? Coofc avenue, was well attended
and much enjoyed. The roll call brought
Sn fh" u,",su.al .nH?Jber of nne sentiments
S?-xt2."51!S0J. SIy Highest Duty." that
?h- -T'rth.b.e.'rK vote1 a tho best. -In
fcte.".' !? B'nton hr paper on
ilh.J?cla"rt F ln America and
Abroad was read by Mrs. Ferguson. I A
?Sl,Pr ."J". M2re'8 "Utopia"'' by MrsT
Begg. was listened to with much Interest.
U?f'.Jr.iMara r?ai? ft very Instructive and
eSiei'ihln8.warl,c!e. ft"0111 a medical work
S2SSVJ'"5 the originator of bjoodless sur
.;? w.v mucn taIked about. The"?il
SnSfr th.ls '"2rIc ws an Italian woman
?.amQ P'1"8- Bal Cin. who; rafter long
L of succesful work without a license
in her own and other European countries.
EaS ""ally granted a diploma by the
learned doctors. She came to this country.
r.w?aa so SP'lly received by the American
physicians that she returned to Europe
Yl:h0U.Vapplrlv8 her methods In America.
After the usual order of business had been
transacted a repast was served by the
hostess and the Lidles were entertained
with vocal and instrumental selections by
tho young- daughter of llie house, who is
ai S."e .mH?lcl.n- The next meeting of the
club will be atthereildenc of Doctor Ear
nard. No JI Easton avenue, on Friday,
Big Four trains. St Louis to Cincinnati:
JI2r?lns- -Noon- Night. Midnight.
830 i:w S3 H:j0
licket office. Broadway and Chestnut.
MIb Emma Rockwell, now of Chicago,
but formerly of St. Louis, will be married
on Tuesdaj. March. Iff. to Doctor Edward
Beatly ot Kansas City. Miss Rockwell Is
ft relative of Mrs. Piatt and frequently
visits Doctor Ellsworth Smith's family, and
ulso Miss CordlenGamblc.
PZe, of.Lh? .ter weddings will be that
or Miss Adelaide 'Anderson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lorenzo II Anderson, to Mr. Rob-
-. - . ., . Au. tv(,ue, . ,-ii.
Take Big Four trains for Cincinnati.
Fine Diamonds Mermod & Jaccard's.
. On Friday evening MIs Pearl Clark, No
2I1S Coleman street, entertained with a
part in honor of Mr. John Clark's birth
day. The evening was spent In music and
dnnelrg. A repast was served at 11 p. m.
Those present were:
Mr, and Mrs. George Bahret.
Dorothy A. Bahret.
L'iw er.a Scouten.
Pearl U Clark.
Aug. K. Bahret.
George H. Hamp
shire. M. D.,
Mary C. Clark.
Jonn J. Clark.
Mh-s Madlc Scherer of No XVK Mlsrouri
I .vnuc (-inui uiin.-j iriuiiua ui ner name last
fcunday afternoon and evening. In honor of
avenue entertained friends at her home last
lier sixteenth blrthdav. The afternoon was
pleasantly spent. In music and dancing.
Thoe present were;
Mrs. Bert Lawnln will entertain at cards
on Tuesday afternoon. No. 4170 West Pine
On Sunday. February 22, Mr. and Mrs.
N. N. Hoff gave a children's party at their
home. No. 325 North Fourteenth street. In
honor of their jcungest son, George Wash
One of the enjojable outings of this win
5?Lw,?..s.a J?" -ho party of Mr. and Mr.
Jjvnght L. liedeman of Cabanne to young
friends on Thursday evening. The tally-ho
was. drawn by six. black horses. Afier a
drive about the parks supper was served
to the crowd at tne hom of tholr hnstcs.
I he guests were.
Messieurs and Mesdames
V hite, Spencer,
Hargadine, ' Ghlo.
Tiftam's latest models In engraved wed
ding Invitations ami announcements at
Aloe's, Society Stationers. 414-48 N. Broad
way. A surprise party was given to Mrs. 'F. H.
Wlber of the North Side, In honor of her
birthday, last Friday. -The house was deco
rated with carnations and ferns." Several
vocal solos were rendered.
Among thofc present were:
iucss-eurs ana Mesdames
F. H. Wlber.
E. A. White.
, Delia Gllker.
E. R. Wlber.
Miss Nellie McNamara of No. 1725 North
Elliot avenue entertained friends Monday
evening. The feature of the eveniruj was the
Piano playing of Guy Daily, and songs by
the guests, after which refreshments were
served. Among those present werei
si-. . Mi v&
No. 2. $7.50
Send in your name for our
Ma-nle C .Mead.
A. Donnell.v ,
Mrs. M. Stiff.
Mr" J Morri5on of Cook avenue enter
tained friends Wednesday evening In liopor
of Ml"s Atlonzla Regon of Tennessee.
Among tboe rresent were:
1J ctor 1". Moore,
pnctoi 15. B. Lewis.
Mr. II. R. Swartz of Chamb-rlaln avenue
f:ave a euchre party on Thursday afternoon,
n honor cf her s'ter and niece, Mrs. 8 W.
Williams and MKs Lucille Williams, of Dai
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sehrt of No. 3137 Brant
ner place entertained friends Wednesday
evening for their daughter. Miss Edna C.
Sehrt, the occasion being her eighteenth
birthday. Those present to extend their
Mr. and Mrs. Sehrt.
Grot-re. E Sehrt,
O. Hamilton. C. Becker.
E. Hite. C. Koehnle.
E. Rebow, N. Hite.
M. Sehrt. M. Hamilton.
A. Rebow. M. McConnel.
Fellows. B. Doyle,
Morrisy. R Doyle.
A delightful evening was1 cpent last Tues
day at tbo residence of Miss Josle Ryan
of North St. Louis. Dancing was Indulged
in until a late hour. Supper was served at
Among those present were:
Q9"c" ' . ex ui s wStMi'jJm 1?Jr'a aaa'a.,ftafscwaiM j
ii 7r- ' Srt'S
(l AH' PJlaaaaaBVii KjlS ('HfX
Ol.BW N1aafeV-VtSlll XlM
iWjlr "'T5-,sHBiSaaf"y'-VV aaWft
MRS. WILBUR GEER MILES.
Of Webster, who was Miss Rosa 'Brooke until last week.
Miss Ella Shannon of No. 3K4S Page boule
vard entertained her friends last Sunday
afternoon In honor of her cousin. Miss Min
nie McConnell. from Chicago. The affair
took the form of a violet tea. Clusters of
these flowers were distributed throughout
the parlor, library and dining-room, and tiny
bunches a3 souvenirs were presented to
each guest von departing. Mr. Will Shannon
gave several vocal selections. Mrs. Shan
non was gowned in pale gray, while the
hostess and her cousin wore, respectively,
pale blue and white crepe de Chine.
Among those present were:
The Lorraine Club surprised one of Its
members with a house-warming party Tues-
STYLE NO 2.
Unquestionably one of the swellest Skirts
shown this season. Comc; in all the new
shades. Made to order- Pi'lC $7.50
P. S We make the aboie Skirts to order
j Perfect fit guaranteed j No deposit
required Mail orders filled fi Samples
submitted Express prepaid f- jt
SWELL SPRING CA TALOQUE. It's the
day evening. The joung lady wa Mis?
Maude Leon. No. 1282 Dclaw-ire .ivenue. Tne
evening was spent In music, dancing and
playing of games. Mrs. Leon Introduced a
new game. ".Mexican Plate." which proved
very enjoyable to all. A repast was served
If. oc!oc,c- Among those preent were:
l'eai 1 George.
Horace 1 Benon,
Calling Cards Mermod & Jaccard's.
A newlv organized club on the South
Side, known ns the Four J' s Val J. GrunX
president: Henry J- Maser. vice president;
Al J. Schmidt, treasurer, and Walter J.
Nolde secretary gave its first dance last
Saturday evening. Among those present
V. Grund. Harry Ferstel.
H. Maser. Harry Stemell.
A. Schmiilt. F. I ipo.
W. NoldeT Artie Buell.
Al WIethop. Fred Mueller.
Will Ryan. Joe Schumacher,
W. Tuckermann. Gus Kurtz.
E Tuckermann. Plue TUIIer.
W. Turner. Charles RUey.
C. Bbenthaler. H. Toole.
New fashions In engraved calling cards.
Latest Tiffany panels. 103 cards and plate,
Jl. at Aloe's. 414-415 North Broadway.
The Concordia Tennis Club was enter
tained Saturday, February 14. by Miss Ade
lena Heusler, No. 1S24 Penn street. The
afternoon was spent In playing peanut
euchre, after which a luncheon was served
by Mrs. Heueler and Mrs. Clarice. The
prizes were won by Miss Clara Wetterau,
Miss Minnie Wuest and Miss Elsie Hilblg.
Those present were:
Lulu Bloemker, Minnie Wueet,
Elsie Hllblr. Delia Schlecht.
Millie Schlecht. Clara Wetterau.
Gertrude Frlck. Adelena Heusler.
A masquerade party was given mr Miss
Hess's dancing class at Maplcwood last
Friday. Among those present were: Bessie
Teare as "Mikado." Marie McCIoskey as
Spanish dancer. Marguerite DeVore a"
Marguerite, Mabel Hackenos, old woman;
Florence Harrison. gvpsy: Kenneth
Chenery, clown: Gaston McCIoskey, Indian;
Walton Parmalee. dude; Clark Dewltt.
Spaniard. After several dances valentines
The Atibert Bowling Club held Its regu
lar weekly meeting on the Pendleton allevs
last Saturday evening, and concluded the
season. Miss Christine Gundelfinger and
Mr. Charles Ouade made the highest enre
of the evening. The members present were:
Jessie W lnder,
ger, Josephine Wondra
Fred Ii. Howarth.
George J. Welsh.
Charles J. Quade,
Miss Edna Miller of Delmar boulevard en
tertained the Jolly Eight Club Monday even
ing. Those present were:
A realla Labarge.
Doctor R. B. Lewis,
Doctor G. Young,
The members of the 8".tB. A. Clubwere
entertained at the residence Jof Miss Fan
nie Blundell, with a euchre party and mu
sical. Last Friday the club gave its second
bowling party. Messrs. JR. J. Richardson
and P. A. Richardson and Miss .Maybelle
Hyman, Laura. Krennlng-'and Isaberie My
erson being the prize-winners. The Invita
tions to the sixth dance hnvA hn f..t.eY t...
the S. B. A. This affair-, will be thelr-'Msfl
oi ine season ana is expected to be the 1
"i outteaiiiu. abb saair win iae place
best one issued It's a dandy.
Friday evening, March 13, at the Masonic
Temple Hall. Odeon.
One of the events of the past week was
a bowling party given last Tuesday even
ing by a crowd of young folks at the Pen
dleton Alleys. Bowling was participated In
until a late hour, after which a repast was
served In the cafe. Many high scores were
made. Those present were:
Mamie Aj res.
The Carnation Euchra Club was enter
tained by Mrs. Ed Schaefer of tho South
Side Saturday evening. The prizes were
won Dy Mrs. vv. Bucnanan and tne nostess, j
vilTe T TVT Varva. ..ntitnMl tlia e.nn "
latlon. The gentlemen's prizes were won by
Henry Slattery and Henry Noll, while Ed
Schaefer carried away the consolation.
After cards an elaborate supper was lerved.
The dining-room looked very pretty, the
table decorations being red. white and blue.
The club will be entertained March 14 by
Mrs. Fred Noll of No. 2624 South Twelfth
The G. T. C.'s had one of tv.Ir fortnight
ly dances Wednesday at their hall, and for
Eeveral hours whlled away the time delight
fully. Those present included, among others:
Walter G. Guels,
P. J. Donnely.
J. H. Turley,
Doctor W. P. Eld
man. Mrs. Ch. H. Deitring.
P. W. Deichmann.
R. C. Gill.
Chai A. Nlemejer,
J. E. Stoker.
Roy J. Denny.
Hugh -K.. Hartung.
The Kanawha. Bowling Club held Its week
ly meeting Monday evening on the New
stead alleys, and come good scores, were
made. Mrs. Roycroft carried off the hon
ors for the ladles, while Mrs. Shehan car
ried off the booby prize. After a. very pleas
ant evening, refreshments were served.
Those present were:
Messieurs and Mesdames
Miss Ruth Adams.
Miss Ruth Adams.
Master R. Baker.
The Fleur-de-L!s Musical and Drama Club
Installed otUcers for the next term on Sat
urday as follows: August Wlpfler. president;
Bessie May Music, vice president; Robert
G. Ellis, secretary and treasurer.
Miss E3telle Lawson of Westminster
place will igvc a euchre and Dutch snipper
at her home on Tuesday evening" In honor
of her guest. Miss Marjorie Llndemann ot
New Orleans, who returned with Miss Law
son from that city a few days ago.
Excellent Dining Cars, St. Louis to New
York, every day on Knlckebrocker Special.
The ladles and actives of the St. Louis
Turnvereln gave their second bloomer
party of the season Tuesday evening at
their hall. The evening's success and fine
gvmnastlc programme were due to the hard
work of the Instructor, Alv-In E. Klcdevater.
and the committee, the Misses Ida Juncker.
Louisa Firman, Lizzie Bokern. Messrs.
Hugo Schilling, chairman: Fred Rehmunrl.
Alvin Schmidt. The following members were
C. E. Sunkel.
C. I Sunkel.
Martha Boh Ian,
E. M. Clark.
L. V. Michenfelder.
The Mistletoe Bowling Club held lis
meeting Tuesday evening at No. 3200 Park
avenue. The meet proved highly success
ful. George Donahue, with tX. was high
for the men. while Miss Bourne and Miss
Betts tied with 43 for tho girls. Singing
and dancing were also Indulged In, and at
11:30 refreshments were served. Those
BIr Four the only line running through ,
sleepers between St. Louis and Boston.
Mrs. I. Seller, No. 1381 Euclid (.venue. 19
entertaining Mrs. J. Coten of Stockton,
Mrs. Charles Lemp and Miss Mary Glea
son will leave soon for a brief stay at
Miss Bertha M. Greer of Granby. Mo.,
who has been visiting Mrs. De Witt of
Cleveland avenue, returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stelner have returned
from a very enjoyable trip through the
West and Southern California.
General and Mrs. Ceo. H. Shields have
given up their house in Westminster place
and taken a suite of apartments at Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Black have rav.
turned from their wedding: trip. In the South
and are now at home ln their new house In
Cabanne where they reside with the broth
er and sister of Mr. Black. Mr. and Mr..
m?reTiWW-mBal,w- No' bc Ven "ve
nue. Mrs. Black's reception davs are h
second and fourth Friday Ir! TMarSh!
BMriS2"H'JLl.U",nvL!ttlefl,w ot Hotrt
sfSJSLXTMffaftS ! i'J ambler, Mrs.
hlirfMBi,uscn.0J Washington. Mo., has
Itock. A?k. 7-'X?u.T ?!
gents' al Hotel Beeri for an indefinite TtKi.
Miss Sophie Backs of Carpenter, DL. U