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THE KANSAS CITY JOTJRNL SUNDAY; DECEMBER 10. 1899.'
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airs. William Magraw, Reid will give a
tuncneon on xuesaay.
On Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. James B.
Porter will give a reception.
Miss Mary Slavens will give a .dancing
' party Wednesday evening, December 13.
Sir. and Mrs. E. H. Morgan give a danc
ing party Thursday evening of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. "Wallace Pratt have Invited
guests for a dinner, Saturday, December IS.
The Warwick Club has announced an In
formal dance for Thursday evening of this
Mrs. 'Wllllani M. A.bernathy will enter
tain guests at luncheon on Friday of this
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ladd have invited
guests for dinner parties on Tuesday and
Mrs. Abell and the Misses Abell enter
tained seventy guests at an informal card
party last evening.
The South Side Club will give an In
formal dance at Lyceum hall Saturday
evening, December SO.
Mrs. William Barton will send out Invi
tations this week for a holiday dancing
party for young people.
Mrs. John F. Downing will entertain a
party of young women with a luncheon in
the tearoom Wednesday.
Miss Carolyn Leldlgh has Invited a num
ber of girl friends for a luncheon Wednes
day, followed by a theater party.
. Mrs. Clara Cornforth has announced the
engagement of her daugiter. Lois, to air.
Joseph Edward Mulligan, of Philadelphia.
Miss Roberta Keith gave a small lunch
eon esterday for the Smith college friends
of Miss Lucy Heath and Miss Bates, of
Mrs. Melville H. Hudson and Mrs. Wil
liam B. Thayer sent out Invitations Friday
for a card party at the Washington, De
Miss Lucy Stoller. daughter of Mr. end
Mrs. John R. Stoller, will leave Thursday
for California, where she will be married
to Mr. James TJnderhill. Miss Stoller will
be accompanied by her sister. Miss Laura
Mrs. J. DeAlton Seltz will send out invi
tations to-morrow for a 7 o'clock supper
and card party Thursday evening, Decem
ber 21. At the same time Mrs. Seitz will
Invite guests for a tea on the afternoon of
The Apollo Club concert Monday night
at the Coates will, as usual, be a society
event. Evening dress always predominates
on these occasions. Several box parties
have been arranged. Box B will be occu
pied by Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Kendall and a
party of young people. Mr. Bryson Jones
and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Busch and
7ir. and Mrs. Wallace Pratt will be in
The engagement is announced of Miss
Mae Soper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Soper. of Kearney. Mo., and sister of
Mr. R. N. Soper. of this city, to Mr. George
C Coleman. The wedding will occur dur
ing the holidays. During Miss Soper's ex
tended visits here she has made many
friends who will be Interested to know of
her engagement to a well known young
business man of this city.
More than E00 Invitations were sent out
for. the reception given Thursday by Mrs.
Thomas K. Hanna and Miss Hanna, which
was at once the formal introduction to so
ciety of Miss Edith Joyce Hanna and a
charming compliment to Mrs. John W.
Griffith, of Omaha, and Miss Ellen Coalter
Bates, of St. Louis. The hours were from
3 to 7 o'clock, and during the last hour,
for which men friends had been asked, Mr.
T. K. Hanna, Jr.. and Mr. W. B. Hanna, of
New York. Joined the receiving party.
Thp shades were drawn, and by reason of
the night lights the affair had all the bril
liance of anj evening function, with the
evening gowns of the assisting young girls
to heighten the effect. The Moral decora
tions were profuse and arranged with ar
tistic discrimination. The white and gold
drawing room was dressed with white
roses, and its white mantel covered with a
mass of blossoms. The library, lighted
with pink tapers, was In La France roses
and the young girls who served pink sher
bet there wore pink or white frocks. Most
beautiful of all was the dining room, glow
Our Rich and Delicious .
Ready for serving in half an hour, saves you the time, trouble
and risk that is entailed in making it at home. Our Plum Pud
ding is made by Gordon & Dilworth, from the purest and best
materials, and is noted for its ..richness and fine flavor. Sold in
1, 2, 3 and 4-lb tins.
English Fruit Cake
For your Holiday Dinners made of the best materials and per
fectly baked. In 1, 2 and 5-lb packages ....25c LB
Guernsey & Murray,
Grocers and WIne merchants,
TEi.8.aVfl3o 111 AVain Street.
ing with crimson. An exquisite centerpiece
of Mexican drawn work very nearly cov
ered the large polished table, and on it
rose a splendid mound of crimson carna
tions and rare ferns built about a tall
branched candlestick bearing crimson
tapers. siueDoarus and Dunets were out
parterres of" crimson blooms, and of the
four" young girls who served, two were
gowned in crimson ana two were in wnite.
The musicians were stationed In the hall.
quite concealed by a clump of magnificent
Mrs. Hanna wore a stately gown of black
brocade with a point lace fichu. Miss Han
na was In pale rink and black grenadine.
and the charming debutante white frock
was a mass of tucks and lace.
Mrs. Griffith was In pale pink and black
.taffeta, while Miss Bates was gowned In
baby pink chiffon and brocade. A great
many extremely smart gowns were In evi
dence among the throng of guests, and the
assisting ladles were each and all a dis
tinct addition to the decorative effect. They
Mrs. Lulu K. Thacher, Mra. John F. Downlnr.
Mrs. Norton Thayer, Mra. Ewlng Hall.
Mrs. Henry Hopkins, Mrs. A. A. Whipple,
Mrs. William B. Thayer, Mrs. James B. Welsh,
Mrs. Henry Erass, Mra. F. P. Burnap,
Mrs. Edmund G. Vaughas, Mrs. Alfred Gregory,
Mrs. Frank Hagerman, Mra. Luther Welsh.
Mrs. John V. Hanna, Mrs. Jere Chamberlain,
Mrs. S. P. Harbeson, Miss Lucy Christie,
MIsa Louise Hopkins. Miss Medlll Smith.
Miss Mary DaTless Peak, Miss Prudence Withers,
Miss Susie Alexander, Miss Carolyn Leldlgh,
Mrs. Charles S. Crysler entertained a
numDer ot laaies at tuncneon on t naay
at tne wasnington. xnose present were:
Mrs. James H. Harkless, Mrs. C. H. Brown,
Mrs. William .E. Wood- ot Lamar. Mo.
ward. Mrs.' Edward L. McKln-
Mrs. Robert J. Mason, ner,
Mrs. Frances M. Cockrell, Mrs. Lawson Gilbert,
Mrs. Hunter Meriwether. Mrs. Charles D. Maicox,
Mrs. Walter-P- Neffr - - Mrs.- Henry L. McCunc. -
Mrs. McKInney sang several ballads dur
ing the afternoon In her usual charming
manner anu auaeu mucn to tne pleasure or
A luncheon party of young girls enter
talned by Miss Cella Abernathy yesterday
Miss Helen Moore. Miss Harriet Young.
Miss Katherlne Howe, Miss Helen Brlnkman.
Miss Jessie Bums, Miss Janet McCrum,
Miss Neely Trowbridge, MIsa Jean Trowbridge,
Miss Lucia Ford. Miss Hatlle Mulford.
MIu Alleen Sterens.
And the other flowers were white nar
cissus, the emblem of youth.
Mrs. B. C. Christopher Introduced her
daughter, Miss Leila Christopher, at a
large reception given weanesuay aiternoon
at tne (jnrisiopner residence, on ueneview
avenue. The decorations were esueclallv
handsome and accorded well with the dark
rich tones prevailing throughout the ln
terior of the house. Flowers were used
only in the dining room, where splendid
American Beauties were arranged in the
center ot the table to simulate a magnifi
cent rose tree bearing a prodigal wealth of
bloom. Bowls full of the glowing blossoms
stood on buffets and cabinets and red tap
ers ournea unaer rea snaues.
In even- other apartment Christmas
green with bittersweet and California pep
pers were used, the. peppers, resembling
Duncnes or transparent rea currants,
glowed amid the dense soft green of the
cedar like so many jewels. The grills in
the arches between each room were twined
with green and studded with bittersweet:
the staircase was similarly decorated and
the chandeliers and mantels were garland
ed with cedar and bunches of nenDers.
Another pretty decorative feature were
bowknots of cedar on the filmy lace cur
tains and on the walls.
Mrs. Christopher received In a handsome
gown of gray silk, and Miss' Christopher
was cnarming in a simple, girusn. Dut ex
tremely dainty Paris frock of white mous
sellne. almost hidden by the armful of
loveiy nowers wnicn sne carried, a part of
the many bouquets which the debutante re
ceived from friends. Assisting Mrs. Chls
Mrs. James C. norton, Miss Muriel Ins-alls.
Mrs. John Don, of Atchison;
Mrs. Helherlngton. Mrs. George Fesrey,
of Atchison: Mrs. James E. Lnun.
Mrs. William Chapman, Mrs. Frederick Sewall.
Mrs. Charles Simpson, Mrs. Herman Brumback,
Miss Larlnia Tough. Miss Mary Christie,
Miss Adah Charles Hud- Miss Kate Sleeper.
son Miss Cnaturwnrth.
Miss Tloyd Smith, Miss Medlll Smith.
Mrs. George H. Forsee and Mrs. Reese
Ransom Pleronnet gave a -ery pretty re
ception Wednesday nftcrnoon at the resi
dence of Mrs. Forsee. 3215 Peery avenue.
The house was fragrant with flowers, ns Is
usual at similar functions, but its chief at
tractions nnd beauty were the charming
young women who received and assisted In
entertaining. Tn all the daintily gowned
group were none but fair, young faces.
Mrs. Forsee wore yellow taffeta, with a
If you get it hire it's the best.
bodice of yellow moussellne de sole trimmed
with black lace butterflies and black velvet
ribbon. Her corsage bouquet was ot En
glish violets. Mrs. Pleronnet was in blue
organdie over.whlte silk, a yoke and sleeves
.ui suirrea wnua cmnon. ana a large dou
quet of American Beauty roses completing
the airy frock. Assisting In entertaining
Miss Harriet Barse,
Mrs. Warwick Miller,
MIsa Stella Baker,
Miss Fannie Bryan,
Miss Lillian Salisbury,
Miss Pearl Mclntyre,
Mrs. Frank B. Connet,
Mri. John D. Han rick, Jr.,
Mrs. Ferdinand Plate,
Mrs. Emmet B. Nelson,
Nit William R. Houaton,
Mrs. Tred Bishop.
ansa i.uiu Fisher,
Palms and ferns were in everv room, and
in the drawing room yellow and whits
chrysanthemums bloomed amid the green.
The librarv "was done In bridesmaid roses.
as was the dining room, where the table
stood beneath a canopy formed of garlands
of smllax, a handsome cut glas3 rose bowl
iinea to oversowing with pintc roses occu
pying its center, while other roses and
ferns lay here and there on Its polished
surface. An orchestra, stationed behind u
screen of palms in the hall, furnished mu
sic during the afternoon.
Two hundred and fifty Invitations were
sent out, and throughout the receiving
hours, from 2 until 5 o'clock, an uninter
rupted stream of guests flowed through the
Mrs. Fred Huttlg gavo on Wednesday
the last and loveliest of three beautiful
functions arranged in compliment to her
guest. Mrs. Cora Fairchlld Gaines, of Tex
as. The AVednesday event was an after
noon tea. Mrs. Huttig's home is exception
ally beautiful In Itself and needs little
adorning for the most elaborate entertain
ing. Yet the choicest blossoms and the
finest palms were in every room. The or
chestra in the hall was screened by a
thicket of palms and white chrysanthe
mums and roses covered the mantel.
American Beauty roses were In the draw
ing room, Marechal Niels in the library,
while in the sitting room was a bower of
pink carnations and smllax. of which the
background was formed by a large mirror.
Mis3 Cbrkener occupied the pretty bower
and served ices from a table dressed with
carnations. The charming scene was light
ed with pink tapers.
Pink was also the prevailing tint In the
dlnlngroom where pink roses tilled a large
bowl in the center of the table and were
strewn over the surface, where embroid
ered pink roses bloomed on the snowy lin
en. Pink tnners were used for lighting
and the serving was done by Miss Mai
Hlnkle and Miss Mary Peak, assisted by
Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Hut-
tig's assisting women included:
Mrs. Hugh McElror, Mrs. James Barton,
Mrs. John II. Walker; Mrs. Harry Cronin.
Mrs. Ethelbert F. Allen, Miss Winifred Sexton,
Mrs. tin J. Hill, Miss Elizabeth Allen, ot
Miss Mary Peak, Liberty;
Miss Anna Carkener, Miss Mai Hlnkle.
Mrs. J. CB. Lowry,
Mrs. Huttlg wore a charming gown of
Dresden taffeta trimmed with pink chiffon.
Mrs. Falrchlld's gown was a beautiful cre
ation in gray cnitton over wnite satin, witn
' iridescent trimming. Mrs. James T. Holmes,
who received with her daughter, was
gowned in black silk veiled with black net
covered with jet paillettes, and relieved by
toucnes ot turquoise velvet.
Mrs. T. J. GlllesDle. Mr. E. K. Chafee
and Mr. Walther were the soloists at the
muslcale given yesterday by Mrs. Ewing
Hall and Mrs. Allen Logan, and Mrs.
White was the accompanist, Seventy-five
guests were asked and the house was deco
rated with American Beauty roses
Miss Martha Page Brent gave a box
party at the Auditorium yesterday after
noon in honor of Miss Katherlne Callo
way, of Mexico. Mo. Mrs. Kelly Brent
cnaperoned tne young people, wno were
Miss Calloway, Miss Floy Brldgeford,
Miss Angellne Munger, Miss (llad)s Jones,
Miss Llla Chesney, Miss Nlta Reeder.
Miss Louise Griffith,
The marriage of Miss Lillian Johnson to
Mr. Benjamin c Moore, only son or Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Moore, took place Tues
day, December 5, at 5 p. m., In the First
Cumberland Presbyterian church. The
church was decorated with palms. Miss
Harriet Barse played the Lohengrin wed
ding march, which was preceded by a vio
lin solo oy miss ret L,yie ana a song,
"For Eternity," by Miss Dorothy Lyle.
Rev. Mr. E. N. Allen, pastor of the church,
performed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore gave a recep
tion for the bridal party and near relatives
in the evening. The house was handsome
ly decorated with cut flowers and palms.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore left at 9 o'clock for
Galveston. They will visit various south
ern points before returning.
Mrs .Tnhn xr. PhilllDs. who went as del
egate from the Kansas City chapter of the
U. D. C. to the national contention at
Richmond, Va., returned on Friday morn
ing, and on the same evening was most
agreeably surprised by a large number of
the members of the local chapter, who
called to welcome her home. The evening
was all too short to recount the incidents
and pleasures of the trip, but Mrs. Phil
lips brought back such a report as served
to increase the enthusiasm of the local
members and make them resolve to re
double their efforts to raise the "funds
necessary to erect the monument to the
memory of the ex-Confederates burled. In
forest iilll cemetery.
Major O. B. Gunn, of the Montague, gave
a "smoker" in his den last Thursday even
ing for a number of his Grand Army
friends. Music, singing and story telling,
-with elegant refreshments, made the even
ing one of thorough enjoyment. A meer
schaum pipe and a package- of "solace'
were presented to the host by Major Rose
Guffln on behalf of the guests, who were as
Mr. C K. Brooks, Major Ross GuSn,
Mr. Theodore S. Case, Mr. E. B. Howard,
Mr. D. C Beach, Mr. William F. Moll,
Mr. Cramston. Mr. J. L. Walker,
Mr. W. J. Elliott, Mr. It. E. Stoner,
Rev. Dr. Stone. Mr. J. T. Dew.
Mr. W. H. Wormstead,
The X-Ray party of the Warwick Club,
held at the clubrooms last Thursday even
ing, was one of the most Interesting and
unique events of the season. Mr. J. N.
Scott, an able and efficient scientist, and
a member of the club, explained the nature
of the X-Ray to the members and a few
invited friends, after which all were per
mitted to test the wonderful discovery.
Dancing occupied the latter part of the
A home wedding of unusual beauty was
celebrated at the residence of Mr. anu Mra.
Arthur Newell, in the Belmont at Fifteenth
and Tracy avenue, on Wednesday evening,
at 7 o'clock. The bride and groom were
Miss Helen Webster Hlgglns, of this city,
and Mr. Frank T. Metzler, a prominent
young business man of Pueblo, Col. The
Episcopal service was reuu iu a vciy im
pressive manner by Rev. Dr. Talbot, of
Trinity Episcopal church.
The house was most artistically decorated
with cut flowers. American Beauty roses
predominating. Palms and other tropical
plants appeared in profusion everywhere
a .1 nn,nn.u Tho hrtHa ontorAtl
at the cast door upon the arm of her fa
ther, ilr. William .Hlgglns. asu wo ic-
ceded by her maid of honor. Miss Winifred
Prescott, of Topeka, Kas. Immediately
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3-year-old Arnold Ackley. bearing the ring.
pillow. The groom, accompanied by hm
best man, Mr. James Metzler, of Pueblo,
met the bridal party at the appointed place
in the west parlor, where the ring service
was performed. ...
After the ceremony and reception a wed
ding supper was served to about seventy
five guests. Mrs. George P. Ashton, of To
peka, gave- several very enjoyable vocal se
lections during the evening, and the wed
ding march was played by Mrs. Blanche O.
Schilling, an intimate friend of the bride s
!TheibrIde was very becomingly gowned in
white organdie, with Valenciennes lace bod
ice, and diamond ornaments. She carried a
large bouquet of bride roses, and wore a
flowing white veil. The maid of honor, a
former schoolmate of the bride, wore also
a white organdie over pink silk, with lace
ajnlng room and parlors were Miss Luclle
JSUWOrUS, JUISS iUUmcna w,...w..-- "-
Miss Sadie Whitney, each gowned in white
over blue. Miss Gertrude Jordan and Mlis
Alma ivrauniuiL &vcuic.vri ..- --..-..,
assisted by Miss Emily Taliaferro and Miss
Marie ueueiraesser. aii. ouu "V2 ; .
departed on a late train for a brief Eastern
Journey, and will be at home after January
1 in Pueblo.
Mrs. George H. Gray, of 163G Kensington
avenue, entertained Saturday afternoon
the V. P. R. C. and other friends, the oc
casion being the ISth birthday anniversary
of her daughter, Titine. Mrs. Gray and her
daughter, assisted by Mrs. S. D. Bowker,
Mrs. M. D. Wood and Miss Munroe, wel
comed the guests in the parlor.
Chocolate was served In the library by
Miss Pearl Bradley and Miss Mabel Wood.
The serving in the dining room was done
by Mrs. Olive Hofmaster, assisted by Miss
Ina uversnea ana un jiunroe. tjoiiee
was poured by Mrs. M. D. Wood, Miss
Wood and Miss Bradley. The dining table
was beautifully decorated with white
chrysanthemums and smllax. .In the draw
ing contest, wnicn was a ieature of tne
afternoon, prizes were won by Mrs. J. C.
Greenman and Mrs. Will Anderson. Those
Mrs. J. B. S. Nenbert. Mrs. Rhlnoclt.
"Mrs. Frank Meade, Mrs. Hotmaster,
Mra. L. A. Farley. .Mrs. Will Wood.
Mrs. William Bowker, . Miss Alice Munroe,
Mrs. nuaesrana, miss sieu kuu,
Ux. B. a Barker, ICUa Carrlt Rogan,
Mrs. Will Rogers,
Mrs. M. D. Wood,
Miss Edna, Rogers, ,.
Miss Effle Payne,
Miss Harriet Farley.
Miss Minnie Hlldebrasd.
Miss Ins Evershed.
Miss Ella McKlnsle,
Miss Pearl Bradley,
Miss Ellse Evershed,
Miss Mabel Wood.
Miss Effle Munroa.
Mrs. Frank Payne,
Mrs."R. B. Farley,
Mrs. J. A. Wible,
A nrottv home weildlnir eelehrated nt the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Patterson on
Wednesday was th.t of Miss Mame Bow
man and Mr. Mose Thomas. The house
was decorated with palms, roses, chrysan
themums and ferns. Rev. Father Phelan
performed the ceremony at high noon.
The attendants were Miss Daisy Clark and
Mr. Theodore Thomas. The bride wore
a gown of brown cloth with hat and glove3
to match, and carried bride roses. MIsa
Clark was in blue cloth with toque to
match, and carried an arm bouquet ot
bridesmaid roses. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
ie me same aiternoon ror las vegas, r.
M where they will reside.
A verv enlovable event of the naRt week
Was the reenntlnn clven bv Mr- nnrl Mrs.
G. W. Gulley at their home, 4SS East Ruby
avenue, Argentine, on Wednesday after
noon and evening. The occasion celebrated
inej twenty-nfth anniversary of their mar
riage and everv detail of the affair was
most happily planned. Artistic decorations.
suoauea itgnts, ueugntiui music, caws and
games served to make the evening memor-
auie. ine nan was aecoratea in rea, wnne
the Parlor was in white and erppn. Broad
white satin ribbons festooned the ceiling
irom tne chandelier to each corner, where
the streamers terminated in larire bows.
From the center was suspended a wedding
oeu oi wnite roses anu smllax. The cur
tains and doorways were also draped with
smllax and white ribbons.
The Second narlor was arranged In blup.
while the library was a bower of yellow.
Beneath a canoDV of vellow ribbons and
ferns Miss Marguerite Bankhead served
punch. In the dining room tho patriotic
colors, red, white and blue, predominated.
Ribbon streamers of the three colors ex
tended from the chandelier to the four cor
ners or tne tapie ana were nnisnea witn
bows. The favors were silver bells at
tached to cards bearing the date. Mr. and
Mrs. Gulley were the recipients of many
beautiful gifts, among them a silver-headed
ebony cane from far-off Manila. Those
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Msrshel.
Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Blatchley,
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Adainson,
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Cra ford,
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Simmons,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tamblln,
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pollock,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dlmm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs D. Finn,
Mr. and Mrs. George Atherton,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McCaslin,
Mr. and Mrs. Deems,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Landrey, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Bocker.
Mr. and Mra. H. M. Herr,
Mr. and Mra. J. E. Hannon,
Mr. and Mrs. James Atherton,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Schug,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bahr.
Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Gulley.
Mrs. Anna Asherst. Mn H. A. Bankhead,
Mrs. Grace Tamblln, Mrs. M. O .Bliss.
Mrs. Trail, Mls Nellie Hardy.
Mrs. Era Cheatwood, Mrs. J. W. Dunuell,
Mrs. Emma Lucas, Mrs. N, L. Hart,
Mrs. Cashner, Mrs. F. J. Payne,
Mrs. J. E. Harris, Mrs. Plttman.
Mrs. Charles Kupper, Mrs. Daniel DeRenobf,
Mrs. Pool. Mrs. Lerp.
Mrs. E. J. Phillips, Miss Llszle Atherton,
Mrs. Mary Ritchie, Miss Lydla Pane.
Mrs. C. L. Hartman, Miss Bankhead.
Mrs. L. H. Wood. Miss Jeannette Dlmm,
Mrs. J. T. Landrey, MIes Ia Mae Gulley,
Mrs. J. O. Gasklll, Miss Helen Bllsi,
Mrs. Charles Herrlck, Mr. n. J. Engel.
Mrs. N. C. March, Dr. D. E. Clopper,
Mrs. Charles Scott, Mr. L. II. Ritchie,
Miss Delia Bahr. Mr. George Morford,
Miss Blanche Grey, Mr. Ira Cashner,
Miss Elra Tuller. Mr, Fred Trail.
Miss Frances Bocker," Mr. M. Dunwell,
MIsa Lola CrawMrd, Mr. A. B. Marshel.
Mrs. Grnndy's) Budget of Xevr.
'Soper Shoe Company. I
See us for Christmas novelties. Kreltz.
Emily Martin's doll's hospital, TOG Main,
Sirs. S. E. Stranathan is visiting friends
In Washington, D. C.
Miss Bertha Johnston is the guest of
Mrs. John R. Walker.
Trimmed hats at half price during the
iiuuuuys. ivreitz, ivs .Aiam.
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Obe'rlln are at home
ai tw iiast xnirty-tnird street.
Mr. and Mrs., Charles Weill are at home,
1014 Park avenue, to their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Loomls are at
nome to inenasnati ax DeGroff wasv
jMlss Mabel'AVolff is visiting Miss Helen
ana auss Tances Strauss in at. Liouls.
Mrs. W. H.JReed is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. W. Sprpgue, In Cleveland.
Miss .Leila Christopher will spend the
holidays with Mrs. Belle Everest, In Atchi
Mrs. M. J. Norman and daughter have
gone to Xew Mexico to remain for some
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Balrd are at home
to friends Tuesdays at 1223 East Eighth
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ernest Glenn are at
home to friends at 2309 East Thirteenth
Mrs. Joe Harris, of Chicago, Is visiting
ner moiner, airs. . saens, ot 141U LKcust
Miss Martha Stephens, of Booneville. Mo..
Is visiting Mrs. E. Swlnney, of 3334 Harri
Mrs. Benjamin MacAlister, of Omaha, Is
the guest of Mrs. A. A. Baker, ot 913
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faxon have an
nounced the birth of a daughter on Sun-
uay, uecemDer 3.
Mrs. Walter M. Andrews has returned
home from a four weeks' visit with rela
tives In Shennandoah, la
Go to Mrs. Frank Scott for designs in
stamping, art neeuieworh, holiday gifts.
Walnut street, near Tenth.
Miss Helena Mann, of Gallatin, is the
guest of Mrs. J. W. Harvey, of 2G10 East
seventh street, ror tne weeic
The Catholic Ladles' Aid Society will hold
an all day session on Wednesday next. A
very large attendance is requested.
Mrs. Charles M. Veazey and son are the
guests of Mrs. J. A. Wlntz, in Chicago, and
win remain until niter unristmas,
Hesperla Ladles' Sewing Circle will give
a dancing party at music nan .Friday
evening, December 13, at S o'clock.
MI3S Cora Mayer will be at home to-day
In honor of her guest. Miss Stella Mayer,
of St. Louis, formerly of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Denslow, of
3033 Brooklyn avenue, have announced the
birth of a daughter, Dorothy Elizabeth.
Mr. James L. Sprague will return from
Triniuad, col., uecemDer zi, to spend me
holidays with his parents, at 3417 Harrison
Mrs. E. H. Scott returned Friday from
an extended visit in San Franclco. Mr.
and Mrs. Scott are at home in the Pepper
Mr. and Mrs. Hesse and Miss Louise
Hesse, cf Leavenworth, will spend the
Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. Dell B. Tarnell, who has been visit
ing her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Klm
berlln, left for her home in New York
city last night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rldgewny. of 3035
East Seventh street, are entertaining their
nieces. Miss Erma and Miss Susie Austin,
of Newport, Ky.
Mrs. H. H. Cassldy. of 41 East Thirty
second street, was called to Syracuse. N.
T., last Monday by the illness of her father,
who is 79 years of age.
Mr. Walter S. Halliwell, Mr. Charles Hib
bard and Mr. W. W. Stlner have gone to
the Bates ranch In the Panhandle ot Tex
as for a two weeks' hunt.
Miss Blanche Hutchinson has returned
to Denver after spending several months
with her brothers, Mr. M. W. Hutchinson
and Mr. C. W. Hutchinson.
Miss Louise Massey has returned from
a visit, to New York and is at the resi
dence of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Perry,
Thirty-sixth and Broadway.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson has returned from
Chicago, where her daughter. Miss Georgia
Robertson, who is a student at Ann Arbor,
Joined her for the Thanksgiving holidays.
Miss Eleanor Comp'ton, of Seattle, who
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Cook,
of Chestnut street, for several months, has
gonei to Des Moines, la., to spend the win
ter. Mrs. Krauskopf, of Philadelphia, who has
been the gueRt of her parents, Mr. and
Mrsi B. Feineman, has gone to Dallas,
TexA to visit friends before returning
Mls Mono Moleln Hall, of South Da
kota! will spend a year In Kansas City pur
suing her medical studies, and will be at
homjb to friends at 2010 East Eleventh
The women of the Grand Avenue rhnrnh
'wl1 hold their annual bazar on Decem-
uer x anu id. jjimier win do served on
each day, and an oyster supper the even
ing of the 14th.
The ladles of the Llnwood Presbyterian
jchurch, at- Linwood and Woodland ave
nues, will hold their Christmas bazar and
narket of home cooking Friday afternoon
md evening, December 15.
anss josepnine jjurner nas returned from
:ne asounury ui uie s&crea xieart at su
'oitph, to attend her slsUr. Miss Sue Dur-
TVTE cannot urge too strongly that you .see the hundreds
W of beautiful Pins, Rings and other pieces of Diamond
Jewelry that we are now displaying. Many of the designs
are unique and entirely new, and comprise diamonds alone or set
with every other conceivable precious stone as Ruby, Emerald,
Pearl, Sapphire, Turquoise, Opal, etc. All prices are marked
in plain figures, on as close a . margin as possible, and sold at
one price the same to everybody. In making these goods
we have aimed to produce many extremely pretty pieces at
Some Turquoise and Diamond Rings are shown at $30,
$45, $50, $60 to $100; Pearl and Diamond Rings, $25, $50
and $100; Rings of Rubies and Diamonds, $25, $40, $50,
$100 to $600; Pearl Pendants of Sunbursts and Stars, with
pearl centers, $12, $15 and $20, or with diamond centers at
$20, $25, $35 to $50. In Pins and Pendants of all Diamonds
the variety is endless at $75 and $100 to $800; Solitaire
Diamond Rings, $10 up; Earrings, $12 to $1,000.
Write' for it toyday.
Everything Pertaining to
ieing a list of appropriate and acceptable Christmas presents
to be found in the largest and oldest -mime house
in the West.
Mjff A6 Our svperb line of piano is headed by
I IHIIVV the world famous CHICKEMNG; we also
cani the Mamn f; Hamlin, Sterling,
Emerson, Fischer and Huntington.
ll(1$ asoji ' Hamlin, Farrand & Yotey.
llltlSIC BOXC$-C'-'0" Begma.
Che Angelus Piano Player.
Mandolins, Quitars, Banjos, Violins, Music Bolls, Auto
harps, Flutes, Drums, Band Instruments, Music Stands,
Metronomes, Zithers, Piano Stools, Covers, and, in fact,
'everything pertaining to music "
Largest Stock Lowest Prices Highest Quality.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTILL CHRISTMAS.
V MUSIC HOUSE. A
We are selling DIAMONDS at the SAME PRICES
that we sold them ONE YEAR AGO. This is an
OPPORTUNITY you may not have again in many
Cady & Olmstead
ner, as maid of honor, on the occasion of
her marriage to Mr. Dewey.
Miss Isabelle Kenning; (laughter of Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Domvllle, and Mr. Harry
H. Wells, will of married Wednesday even
ing, Deoember 0, at the home of the bride's
parents, 62S Troost 'avenue.
A union meeting of all A. O. U. W. lodges
will be held at Bellevue hall. Southwest
boulev.vd and Jefferson street, Wednesday
evening. The grand master workman and
grand recorder will be present.
The women of Beacon Hill Congregation
al church will conduct a sale of articles
left over from their fair Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week at the Sunday
school room on Twenty-fourth street, near
Mrs. Allen Logan, Mrs. Charles Schmel
zer, Mrs. Halleck, Mrs. Byron Woodson,
Mrs. E. P. Pierce, Mrs. Frank Hasting
and Mrs. John Ferguson were guests at a
luncheon and card party given Thursday
by' Mrs. J. W. Spratley, In Leavenworth.
Mis Nellie C. Madden and Mr. John Haas
were married on the evening of November
30 at the home of the bride's father, Mr;
iifc papapab. A. i
Jewelers and Fine
Cor. Uth and Walnut
Matt Madden, nil Brooklyn avenue. Rev.
John C. Kelley officiated. Mr. ,and Mr.
Madden are at home at 1215 Agnes aven'.e.
Miss Carrie Mabelle Hubbard, formerly
of this city, wa3 married on December
3. at 4 o'clock. In Los Angeles. Cal., to
Mr. George H. Jones, of that city. Rev.
Dr. Newton, of the Methodist Episcopal
church, officiated. They will live in Los
Miss Anna McDonald entertained the fol
lowing guests at her home on Troup ave
nue, Kansas City. Kas., Thursday evening:
Mios Kate Zelgler, Miss Frances Nelson.
Miss May Grinter. Mr. Guy Hanna. Mr.
Kenneth- Renne. Mr. Lee Trowbridge and
Mr. George McDonald.
The ladles of Trinity church will hold
their annual bazar on Thursday, December
14, when a quantity of beautiful and use
ful articles, among them most acceptable
Christmas gifts, will be sold. Luncheon
will be served all day and a turkey and
oyster dinner" from 6 to 9-o'clock.
Miss Lelah "Moad and Mr. Gus Boehm.'
Allen at the" First Cumberland Prnby-1
For dentlerwn In Sterling Silver and
tuning mouncej uiass.
Hatch Boies, (or Pic
tures, Picture Frames.
Brathrs. Sttrllnf and
' Cliar Cutters,
: Cliar Bom".
, Cocktail Mlxtra,
' Claret Pitchers.
. Cliareue Holders.
Cloth Brashes, ebonr.
. Card Cases,
, I'nannc uisnes, witn
, all utensils.
C. S. RAYMOND SONS,
J3WELEIS AND SlLVHSMlTRS.
X 18 EAST ELEVENTH STREET.
Adventures of Little Pug
Trlx, and Other Stories," by
Edith Hall Orthwein. Ani
mal Creations and Charming
Fairy Stories for Juvenile
Headers. Bound in blue and
gold, Original cover design
and twenty illustrations. On
sale at all book stores. Price
Hudson -Kimberly Pub. Co.
"When You Are Ready'
TO BOY YOUR
Dorit overlook the fact that for the vast
ap years the Best Candies havealxcays
1024 MAIN ST. ,
A but or basM of Candies stamped Hor
ton's is a Christmas Present no' to U
Mail and Express Orders a Specialty.
..Lorir Distance Telephones 67 and -P.O.
terlan church on Thursday afternoon, .No
vember 23. tho ceremony belns brief aid
simple. -Mr, and Mrs. Boehm will be t
home at 1729 Oak street after December IS.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gwynne. of Cedar
Junction. Ka.. were the guestsof Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Julius Bachmann and Mr. and Mri
W. R. Norri last week. Mr. and M a.
Owynno were married Saturday evenlnr.
December 2. at the home of the bride's par
ents.. Mr. and Mrs. 'William K. Norrls. 'a
Olathe. Kas. They will make thalr hon
in Cedar Junction, Kas.
-.' nil n TIT....!.. ... -Sflor. Taal
Fryer, both, of Kansas City. were, married.
bride's mother, on Troost avenue, the cer
emony iMlng performed hy Dr. J. B. Rob-