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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MATiCH 31, 1895.
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ll iftLwJI 'fcn l- '' sM th Alia lost KrMay evening. Mr. Illifiop, May ricUcll, NHIIe Norton. Mabel Dillon, IHnlPinlHwrriT r?rr. Jy.y T.'nftW VJTv--' .'J
V &. ll 'tltWr llJTlMllfcStV who alw-nys make her decorative prepara. Mr... Vern Ctithbert: Mc!r;. lirren Ilu- 3ff?lBMKlKBMMmWf4-U.! V & -'Vlr'Al T "jU nr
P.-AVJ IEW W;7WlPRar'.l r tions with refined and exntibdlo article sell. Samuel KudKe. Ouy Itussell. nTWUUPlSHHMlKi.i. U 'TrnT TlTlJ.rrTrT-Js-J'r'rvi'-rT ?4P.
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The Incl I'lourr (Anfwnmir).
BMwceii the hush nnd wnklUK of tho earth,
When Zophyius chantx n melody
tTo woo lihi flora back with tears and
Then comes our frail Anemone.
Co tell how Venus In her cypress home
Caiesscd voting Cupid In her love and
'And how. In sport, he left the Btltigliig
Upon the mothcr-birast with arrow-toy.
'And how the poddess pined In languor
l'rim festering tore of stricken heart;
Until AilonN fair die chanced to meet,
Who played for her so well the lover's
Olympian heights of power she now for
sook, To Join tho wanderer In his rural chase;
Diana's Kinb upon her form sho took.
Anil chose the wooded haunts of swine
Love, unalloyed, they walk In blissful
Until h f.itnl arrow missed Its aim;
Then she. In grief, beheld lier hapless
In death, by furious monster slain.
Twos then her mystic power she called to
And poured upon tho crimson earth
A nectar, mingled with his blood, that made
The frail Anemone, that fades at birth.
Ephemeral joy In tlower of leafless dell.
Loved Flora's flrst response to wooing
A hurrying messenger that only waits to
How die the bravo and weep the fair.
MAitOAitirr jj. HAiisin.
"The I'ln de Steele Hill" was the subject
of u highly entertaining paper by Miss
Kate Simpson at the East bide Literary
Society. The young lady Is certainly n
thoroughly capable authority In a discus
sion of that charming creature, as the fol
lowing xtract from her paper proves:
"The lln de slccle girl may not be an
Ideal, but she Is none the less attractive
nnd lovable. She Is not only thoroughly
tip to date, but she Is conservative. She
feels that there are vast possibilities, yet
she realizes thero are many limitations,
She does not wear a skirt twenty-two
yards In circumference because she hns
heard that such are In existence. She Is
content with one of six yards, ur perhaps
eight, for dress occasions. She llnds time
to rend and -to study art. She Is fond of
mitflc oven Wagner music, and if snf
Uelently urged will attend the coming op
era. She Is reasonrbly well Informed upon
nil matters of Interest anil Importance, but
(ho is not 'aggressively capable. She does
not npln to tlu presidency of tho t'nlted
States, or even to the presidency of the
Ktst Side Literary Society, yet she would
take grent pleasure In modestly advising
either otllcial. If her advice were needed.
She does not pose as an ornament in her
home. She Is capable and ready to mtet
the necessities of life. She Is self-reliant
nnd Independent, yet i-he promises to Move,
honor Htid obey' with the same -womanly
fweetnes that her grandmother did. With
the promise, perhaps, may be the mental
reservation that "he will exert that subtle
woman's miliinee that will make the mas
ter of the house think he Is always having
Ills own way. She not a 'shouting suf
frngtst.' but a Vnilllns strateulHt.' All lu
nil, she is a cultured. Interesting, svmpa
llietlc. nnd a generally satisfactory young
A II. of the Wagner literature In the
public library, prepared by Mrs. Whitney
ut the reouest of the Athenaeum:
O 10!S. Wagner's l.etiers to IItn Dresden
rrlrmls rhlig. Fischer nnd Heine; trans
lated by Georgo S. ShedlocU.
O S00. Art, Life and Theories of Wagner.
Selected from his writing; translated by
II I j. Hurllngtime with o catalogue of Wag
tier's published works. Ily V. J.'. Apthorp
J.lfe arid Works of Waener. by Gtistuv
i! not. Volume 1.
(J HOT. Volume S.
n ski. Wfc of Wagner, by Louis Nohl.
.1 m. In My Musical Memories, by II.
J 912. In Halt a Century of Music In F.n
I'land, by Francis Huctfer,
A 137. In Dictionary of Musto nnd Mu
rlelans, ! George Grove.
T 310. Jn Cyclopedia of Music and Mu
riclans, edited by p. Chamnlln and W. F.
J l.li i. in Fiimoui Musical Composers,
by Lyilla T. Morris.
.1 01. In Musical Studies, by Francis
A 1167. Tn The Standard Opera Glass, by
J ViS. In tho Standard Operas.
.1 hi. In Operas: Their Writers and Their
I'lots, by F.tnnle B. Cnrleton.
J MS. Ill History of Milc, by W. B
J mi. In Trehides and Siudl., by w
J. Hendcrion; In History of Music, by KintI
J 741, Volume 1.
.1 TM. Volume ;.
J 9M. In Story of Music, by W. J Hen-JerM-n:
Warner and the I'lanist Unlaw,
by Alice Asbury. In Atlenile Monthlv. vol.
V'J'- IWll'ow Wagner Mukes Operas, by
John H. G. Ilnssard, in (Vniuiy Mai:,
islne. vol. J, p. BIB: Wagner's Opera Si
tiayreuth, by L. A. Ilouriaiilt-niicoudray,
ti Chaulnuniian, vol. 17. p. 6,1; German
ney, In K.'lectlc Mairazluv, vol. lui, p. jm
Wagner's Letters io Friu Kllsi Wills bv
Prancls IMul. In Ec tic Magajlne, 'vol
m, p. f; The Growth and Triumph of
tVagnerUm, by Henry T. Flu.k, In Furum,
How to Listen to niumrrs Music, in n ,r:
rer's Magazine, vol, W, p .130; 'I'arlsf.il," n
Harper's Weekly, vol. ;. p tf- ai.-hnrd
VVagnir and His Work, bv J'hlllp O Hu
bert. Jr.. in I.lpplncoit's Migozlne, vol. 31.
?. 407: The Legends of Wagner's Operas, by
r.corge Ilolnm, In Munsey's Magazine, vol.
0, fi. 5KJ; The IVanir Hubble, by J F
Rowbothum; The Wagner Jlubble: A lienlv.
y C VllHers Stanford, in Nineteenth
jNmtury. vol. 21, pp. M. 7V7. Wag -
jer s nuitv uh mum in., ni ine ra
lion, "! " ,JI'S. rijiur Wagner l.et
lers, 111 the Natun, vol. II. p, 2t!; Tho
Wagner-I.lizt Corieapnii'lenci", In the ?'a.
lion, vol. It. p. Uh: W'agner's Letters to
Ills IJesijell ineu'is. Ill gallon, vol. s",
ti. 4W: Tn tireat wanner Jell.li, In th
Nation, vol. M, p. 15: Wagner's upei ,, hi
Old and S'', vol 3. pp. 4V.I. Ml. Th ll'i.r.
ner Festival at JSfrlln. in Old ar I NViv
ol. 5. p. 24.!. Wagner us .i Drama' t. by
Alfred A. Wheeler In Overland M'thly,
1. J, p. 3JI; A Wagnerlte on Waener, in
ypeia in ab- iun, uy uenry t. Flnck.
"Mbejung" und the filegfrled Tale, by (.ifl
(iuii'1, in r. ('ii' .HiK'iiiie, .,l ), n t,ti
V'acner and Wuiznertiin. bv VMmiin.i !..-
rut. . ! "i ' ,,'i , 'isi'Tr ana ins
I'heory of Music by Itlehard Grant White
F (l.ilaxy. vol. 17, P. IVj: Skatch of Wailner:
In Harjwrs Magazine, vol. il, p, OU: '"i'ai
plfal." in Harncr s .Magazine vnl i: v. p.m.
Saturday Ilcvlcw, vol. G3. p. 210; J ngner
Opera In New York, in Saturday ltevlew.
vol. M. p. 101: At Itayreuth The Perform
ances ut Bayreuth, 111 Saturday ltevlew,
vol. 0). pp. LSI, 2;'ri; The Hayreuth Ietlval,
Lohengrin at the Grand Opera. In Satur
day Kcvlew, vol. 72, pp. 130, 323; The Opera,
In Saturday ltevlew, vol. 73. P. il3: Down
fall or Ilayrcuth, Siegfried Wagners Lon
don Debut, Another Parsifal, In Saturday
lt"lew, vol. "t, pp. L'07, 27.1. &; Wagner
and Scenic Art, by William F. Apthorp, In
Scrlbiici's Magazine, vol. 2, p. 61.j; home of
Wagner's Heroes and Heroines, by Will
iam F. Apthorp, In Scrlbncr's Magazine,
vol. B, p. 331; W'acnerlanlsm and the ltnl
Inn Opera, by William F. Apthorp, In
Scrlliner's Magazine, vol. 7, p. 4Si; Sketch
of Itlchanl Wagner, In Scrlbners Monthly,
vol. !. p. Si: Wagner at Hayreuth, In scrlb
ncr's Monthly, vol. 12. p. Ml; Music, .Notes
from Munich, The Hayreuth lcstlval, In
Athenaeum. 1W, part 1, p. IS j USS, part
2, PP. -I", 1W and 16?.
One of the pretty weddings of tho coming
month will be that of Miss Jennie Gregg,
of Independence, and Mr. Char es Keith,
eldest son of Mr. and .Mrs. Itlchanl H.
Keith, of this city.
Dr. and Mrs. II. fJ. Tutt announce the
marriage of their daughter, Alma. G.. to
Itev. T. P. Stafford, for Wednesday ovon
ing ut 7 o'clock. April 10. ISM, at the Second
liaptist church, Liberty, Mo.
f.. T M (llnga fnrmerlV of tills CltV.
aiid Miss Fannie, ltaycnsbuig will bo mar
ried next Tuesday evening ui i..hvj (ji",
The engagement of Mls Mabel MeDou
gal, daughter of Judge and Mrs. II. C. Mc
uotiRiil, to Mr. .Itobert 1!. Hudolpli, of
Canon City. Cab, is announced. The wed
ding will take plnco In April.
Cnrds have been received for the mar
ilage of Miss lllanche Mlddaugh, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Grant Mlddaugh. to
Dr. Harry Mc.Mlllcn, Tuesday evening.
April 9, at S o'clock, Sixth and lYospeet
Miss Nellie Hoimlwell entertained Satur
day afternoon, complimentary lo Miss
1 anche Mlddaugh. Miss llonnhvell will
be Miss Middaugh's maid of honor t.uosts
weie; Miss Myrtle Hickman, Miss How
land Mlsi Clav Field, Miss Maiy Field,
Miss Alice GUI. Miss Minnie Mlddaugh.
Miss Kleanor Gillespie. Miss Frances Wal
lace, Miss Gertiud.; Davis, Miss Mamie
A number of complimentary little social
attentions have already been arranged for
Miss Katharine Holmes, who Is to become
the bride of Mr. Fred Huttlg, April 17.
Miss Mai Hlnklo will give a luncheon in
Miss Holmes' honor on the 4th; Miss nettle
Itussell, a dinner on the Dili: Mrs. 11(11
llartlott. a luncheon on the liith: Mrs. It.
J. Holmes, a dinner on the 1th; Miss l.tta
Mercer, a breakfast tho following day at
high noon; Mis. James llarton, a dinner
the next evening, and upon tho same day
Mls Holmes will entertain the young la
dle's of her bridal party at 1 o'clock lunch
eon. Tho l'lckwlcklan Chautauqua .Literary
and Social Circle will meet with M ss L. M.
Gelatt, .1331 Troosi avenue, timing tho
month of April.
Mrs. G. It. Nute and daughter. SIlss Hvn,
will entertain tho J. S. Club In the evening,
Mrs Jesso N. Johnson, of 211S Independ
ence avenuo, will glvo a largo reception
on Friday, April IM.
Mlsa Jeiinlo Hall, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Hwlng Hall, will give n small
dancing party the ovcnlns of April 10.
One of tho social gaieties for tho week
following Easter will be a series of Uinch
eoi's Vlw-n by Mrs. Henry C. Harper, of
273-i Foroal avenue.
Tho Twentloth Century Club will meet
next Monday afternoon i at 2 o'clock with
Mrs Alice Jordan. 1013 Campbell. The
I m re: Mrs. j. C. Mcilno, pres en ;
Mrs lldward Stiles, tlvst vici president;
dent; Mrs. M. Morrln, secretary; Mrs. Car-
Miss Atkli soil, treasurer. The subject mi
ll aiMUMtw" is "Jovtf. Labor Lost."
Tho Mothers' Union mepts on Monday at
3:30 in room A, comer Klcventh and Lo
cust. Ms Hest, of the Woodland school,
n "f ; t k on "The Child and Youth of he
ttice ''The klndeiK'trtutis' branch of the
union will dlBctis.1, and explain tome gifts,
games and songs- Mothers are Invited to
attend this meeting which convenes at the
close of the legular session, 'the chil
dren's class Is open to llttlu ones who can
not be left ut home
A very delightful event of the past we;t
was the muslcale given by the h. O. 1.
Club last Weilnesduy afteinoon at the resi
dence of the MUm-s riwitzer. Ninth and
Holmes btnet. The hrM parlor was en
hanced by cluster of violets In contpli
Siein to the club's chosen color. DaWe
nrevalled 111 the tecond imrlor and dining
room The 11. O. F. members are: Mrs.
M ?i. D-vnilt. Mrs. H. M. Merrlwether,
Mis I d'lsuy, Mrs. I A. Lnughlln, Mrs.
Medbury Mrs. S- Mill., Mrs. T. O. Payne,
Mrs T. 1 e Adams, Mrs. T..M. Tarry, .Mrs,
Thomiiso ii. Mrs. 1. N. DrlnUwnter, Miss
Juui .HuitrrneWler.MMlss Josephine Swlt-si-r,
Mlsa l.aura d'lsay and the Mlsess
The' afternoon programme included;
Skttthes Mrs. M. 11. DeVault.
1'laiio 'olo-l.ltany (Llzt). MUs Theo
Vmal solo-Aria from Figaro (Mozart).
Mrs. Jennie Sehultze.
Piano solo-Sonata No. 12 (lieethoven),
MUs Maiy Ileckham.
Violin tolo-I.aigo (Handel), Miss Caro
line Leldlgh. ,, ,, ,, ,
Sketches-Mrs. 11. M. Merrlwether
Song, with violin obllgato-"Ssrenado"
(SihuberO. Miss Hossle l'erklnson, .Mr.
i'lano solo Moonlight sonata (ileethov.
en), MUs Jennie liose.
Vocal solo "Heigh, Itaby llo, liaby"
(Theo Train), Mrs. Jennie Sihultze,
Guwsts win-: Mekdames M. 11. Itehnev,
J. S. Taylor, Charles W. Thomp.on, J. W.
Vernon, H. r oimer, iwwaru i-iuscne,
' l.te Itilcy, Italjih ScolUld, Junies M.
' Cromr, K V. Wtyer, II. 11. Shepard, W.
II. Young. S. S. Moiss. II M llvans. A.
D. Mills, 1'aul Covington, A. Suterinelster,
Hllhu Hurlbuit, of Hanover, N. 11.; A. W,
Allen, C. M. Melvln. Frank Savage, H. F,
Vorhect. Combs, o, H. Griilln, J, K. David
son, J. G. Smith, A. A, liaker. James Hew
son, George C, Mosher, Henry L. Lampe,
A. 15. Trumbull: Ml.-ses Hocker, Carlat,
Aimee "eyer. Hirdle Hewjon, Hose Fy
re k, .Margaret Turner. Marywlllle Turner,
Mildred Hibbard and Marsarl Nelson.
A card same was the cleasant outline
of gusts of Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Bishop at
tho Alia lost Friday evening, Mrs. Illihop,
who always makes her decorative prepara
tions with rellned and exipllslto artistic
taste, wjs especially happy on this occa
sion, giving pink tho prominence In color
In tho first parlor and blue In the second
nnd also In the library, The card tables
were provided with tally rings with ivory
counters, pink ribbons for the ladles and
blue for the gentlemen. Frizes wore won
by Mrs. Frank: II. Wilcox, .Mrs. W. It.
Uhlers nnd .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Mason.
Present were Messrs, and Mesdntnes H. S.
Lynn, W. K. Kvans, S. K. Stranathaii, W.
G. Ilalrd, J. W. Ma-on, Frank II, Wilcox,
J. J. Green, George I.mv, C. 1). Mill, T. .1.
Myers. I,. It, Voiles, It. A. lch, J. IV.
German. O. It. Cloon, W. II. Khlers; Mr.
W. llwlng Hall, Miss Ketchum, -Miss Hll.t
Gattrcll, of .anesvlllc, O.
The Troost Avenue Whist Club was en
tertained by Dr. and .Mrs, Flavel It. Tlf-
l ntirsdny evening, l'resent were:
.., Mm.. !..... I.t... I-... .In.. I I I l. .
A few college friends at home for spring
holidays were entertained at dinner yes
terday evening by Miss Adarestn Thomp
son, of 2II11A Troost avenue. The company
were all graduates from the Central high
pchool. The young men were members of
tho IMalonlnn, and the young ladles of the
T'hllmtitiMien n SSnelute Tl.rt linilcii v-rv
happily combined the clubs' colors, which
were respectively pink and green, and
white and green, In the decorations of the
evening, Ine first two prevailing In con
fections nnd creams; the others In tlowers
and foliage. Guests were: Ml Lilian
Snllsbury, Miss Agnes Dunlop, Miss Jen
nie Haivey, .Miss Katharine Dunn; Sir
George Dngllsh, .Mr. Lloyd Atkinson, Mr.
Frank Lucas, Mr. Hoy Leo and Mr. Uland
In tho parlors of the W'estern Cnnerva
tory of Music, In the Y. M. C. A. building,
last Wednesday afternoon, the Melidels
sohnlan Society held Its regular semi
monthly meeting. It being .no time ror
the election of new olllccrs. the regular
programme was omitted. The following
olllcers were chosen: I'resldent, Miss Anna
.Mack; vice president. Miss Minnie Heach;
secretary. Miss Lily Comby; treasurer, Mls
Claire Gulp. Wagner was selected as the
composer tor discussion nt the next meet
ing. An elegant dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Hitlers, at their pretty home In
Hyde park last evening, was a pretty
farewell to a few friends, as the host nnd
hostess leave soon for six months In New
York. Guests were: Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. Itus
sell Mercer; Mr. nnd Mrs. Itobert ltlshop;
-Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gratf, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Stianathan; Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Myers. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mason. Mr. and
Mr, W. C. Withers, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M.
Hatch. Mr. and Mr. II. S. lirvan, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. D. Dunshee; Miss Dora Morgan,
Miss Jessie ltothrock; Mr. Fred Chamber
lain. A talk by Mrs. Flavel 13. Tiffany upon
Wagnerian npi-ra. opened the delightful
evening tendered by that lady and Dr. Tif
fany Jo Invited guests on Wednesday last.
Certain facts were brought out that gnvc
great force and originality to the theme
under discussion, and .Mrs. Tlif.iny was re
quested to submit her views to paper, so
that they could be studied and preserved In
permanent form. The musical numberi
which followed were given bv Miss Fmln
MHs Adelaide Pribbenow, Miss rattle Ho
b.innon. Mr. Jones. Miss Caroline Leldlgh
Miss Carrie Manlon. Mrs. Jennie Sehultze
and Mr. Murray. Headings by Mr. l're.--ton
K. Dlllenbcck were also very much en
Joyed, Tho Cardnnten Club was entertained last
Thursday by Misses Myrtle Duncan mid
Sadie Marshall at the home of the latter.
121.1 Forest avenue. Honor at high live
were won by Miss Hessle Marshall nnd Mr.
15. J. Sherlir. Those present Were: MKes
Katharine IS.ler, I.ytila Father, llmina
Itaer, Bessie Mnrshnll. Sadie Marshall.
Anna, Darker, Atna D. Coo. Gussle Man
ning. Maud DariiNI, Myrtle Duncan. Julln
Siicrlff.AiMI Parker. KuU Daniall; Messrs.
O. F. Lauglilln, S. T. Lewis. F. C. ISO".
.1. K. James. 1-3 W. Clacgett, S. W. Noggle
H. J. Sheriff, G. H. Killers, J. D. Ham
rlck, Jr, W. S. Haston, H. It. Odell, Mvron
Keeton. The club will be entertained April
It by Miss Ilessle Marshall, 2131 Hast
T'-e programme of the Kuterpo Club at
Us last meeting was ns follows:
Hlogrnphleal sketch of Hector Berlioz,
Miss Minnie Merlne.
Iterlloz' personal characteristics, Miss
Ilerlloz' works. Mrs. O. W. Jtutt.
General discussion A comparison of Iler
lloz and Wnguer.
Overture to "Tancrede" (Itosslnl), Mrs.
llariett, Mrs. Kills and Miss Merino.
"Inllamaliw et acensus" (Dvorak), Mrs.
Suite, on. 3(5, violin (Franz TIP'S); (at
adagio: (bi gondoleria; (e) perpetuum mo
bile. Mr. Henri Appv.
"My Heart With Grlet Is Heavy," from
the "Damnation of FauSt" (Heilloa), Mrs.
C. W. IJoff.
Legende. violin (Wlenlawskl), Mr. Henri
Appyj Mrs. Hourlclous, accompanist.
Tho Brunswick German Club gave Hie
last of Us series of Germans Inst Friday
evening. The favots were very appropriate
and pretty and notwithstanding tho un
usual warmth of the evening everyone
present had a most delightful time. Mr.
H. I". Head led, ns usual. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. S. L Head, George
C. King; Misses Jessie Grover, Fitch,
Helen Mills, Anna Hyde, Junklns, Jesse
Mudlong, Kmma Benson, Carrie Ohirksnn,
Ida Winner. Dunlop; Messrs. Frank IIol-l-ind,
John H. Orover, Flannigun, Dr. H.
B. tiOwry, K. A. Mierrill, l'aul A. llose.
F. A. Benson. F. V. Chalfatit. C. I,. Hib
bard, Dr. C. B. Lenvel, F. M. Johnson.
The Germnn Conversation Club was de
lightfully entertained on Monday evening
by Mrs. Ben Wood nt Fifth nnd Highland,
the evening being spent at German games,
fnllouod bv music. Thostj present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woud, Mr. ami Mrs.
Alfred Hertz, Mr. and Sits. Itudolph King
Misses Anna Ihigllsh. Myrtle Halrd, Cece
lia Johnson, I'niker, and Messrs. James
Meinrath, J. Koehler, Henry Vihschcr nnd
Central college delegates to tho Inter
collegiate oratorical contest were delight
fully entertained by Dr. J. N. Jackson last
Thursday evening. The gentlemen were:
Sir. F. J. North. F. G. Gam, William
Hawkins, T. L. Anderson and N. V. Hills.
The Indies present were Miss Sadie Ander
son, SIUs L'dna Jackson. Miss Itnblnson.
Mrs. Illlzabeth Brown. Sllss Alice Chappell
and Sllss Nolle Yengur.
Sllss I'lnlt K. Itussell will give n lmplla'
reltal at her homo, on Kruoklvn avenue,
Friday evening. April .1 The folluwing pu
pils will take part: Slice's liauio Warner,
l.ucy Sheets, Pauline Wn.telaw, Harriet
niny ixsi .
."V.-.-l .'. IIIIU ,IKI.1lilIII''SI .111(111 X !. IUI , IIHU-
nrd Gentry, Cowherd, Frank A. Faxon, II,
I. Wllion. O. V. Wilson. W. H. Seger. M.
S. Cowles. liefreshments were served at
10:30 and the evening concluded with music.
The Indies of the J. S Club spent another
pleasant afternoun with Sirs, J. W. Ger
man. F.ui'hre was the game played, und
Pil7.es were' awarded to Sirs. W J. Hurctl
Miss 1-Jvn Nute und Mrs, J T. Cook. Pres
ent wire: Sirs. Theodore Blssliup. Sirs. J.
T. Cook. Sirs. D SI ll.ickiu.in, Sirs. G. A.
Wells. ,Mts. W. Halllw.ll. Mrs. G. Ji. Nute.
Mi. J. L. Parrj, Mis. W. H. L'vans, Sirs,
c. D. Slilis, Slis I-:. J. Jtkks, Ml-s I.ydla
S'hoen and Miss Nute.
Exhibition Sell nnlahedEWs. Stamped
. hwi .iwi , wuiw and Commenced Pieces,
THE OOATES HOUSE,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SAfURDAY OF THIS WEEK,
MISS M. A. BROOKE, Denver, Colo.
Duane, Margaret Hedrlck, May nu.ell.
Slay I'lckell, Nellie Norton, Slnbcl Dillon,
Mrs. Vern Cuthbert: Slesrs. nirrest Itus
sell, Sampcl Fudge. Ouy Itussell.
Mrs, Roland I Indira entertained n limited
I number of her friends on Tuesday evening
nt her home, ,1027 MrOee street. The guests
were greeted on their nrrlval by two little
maidens, daughters of the house, who were
nil In white, from tip to toe, who handed
programmes with n tiny pen sketch In the
corner to each one end then conducted
them to their seats. Sllss Hunlcc Fulton,
the well and favorably known elocutionist,
read several selections in her line manner,
and her pupils. Miss Slac Thompson, Sllss
Clmllln nnd Kthel Llcwelynn Hughes, nlso
rendered their portion of the programme
very snllsraclorlly. Miss Mtie Thompson
recites In nn earnest manner nnd impresses
h.r llns tiiwn htr hearers.
Miss Clmllln bear quite a. notice
able resemblance to L.i Star
nulsc de Pompadour nnd exhibits some
dramatic ability. Little Hthel Llewellyn
captivated tho audl"n e. At a word from
her teacher she expr"od, by gesture, a
wave of the hand, n smile or a rroivn, the
uplifting ot nn eyebrow, a curl of the lip,
all the emotion of the human heart. Then
In ti moment or two. transformed Into a
boy, with an old bat pulled down on her
head, her hands Jammed In her pockets,
she looked, ncted nnd talked Just ns a boy.
She was particularly good In humorous se
lections nnd Is i child ot considerable
promise. .Mis. Iluglns, Sirs. John Ander
son and Mrs. Brown added musical num
bers to the ptogramme.
A box party nt the Auditorium on Thurs
day evening, nt the Kansas City Sledlcnl
college Konunencemen exercises, was given
by Dr and Sirs. Ddvv.-ird L. Cttnmbllss, com
plimentary to a limited ntimuer or. nis pro
fesslonnl classmates and lady friends. The
box was beautifully decorated with cut
llowers and palms intertwined with college
colors crimson and royal purple. After
the exercises of the evening the parly were
served a magnificent luncheon. Among
those present were: Dr. nnd Sirs. H. L.
Chambllss, Misses Maud Hllllker, Nannie
Slay Davis, Melvina Keeder, Slamle Hayes,
Louise Gosnell; Drs. L. A. Schaerfer, Gor
don A. Beedle, Duke Hunter llulfaker, II.
Julius Boeber and B. II. Wheeler.
The I. F. r. Club wns entertained by
Sllss Velma nnd Sli George Vineyard nt
their home, 117.1 Imlpendencc avenue, on
Saturday evening, Slireh 23. The evening
wns very pleasantly spent. Dancing and
cards were Indulged In until a late hour.
Those present were: Sllsses -Maude Swam,
.Maude It. Kofi, Kdna Scott, Nettle
Chambers, Velma V neyard, Nadlne J.ic
card, Grace Carlat. Bargen, Pratt, and
.Messrs. Charles Kild, Harry C. AHen,
Pratt, Karl James Green, George Vine
yard, Charlie Stanton, Frank Barber and
Clyde J. Mead.
The regular meeting ot the social or
ganization known u the Slurried Ladies'
Club was held last Tuesday at the home
of Sirs. I.eo N. LoIIe, In Independence.
For the diversion i f the afternoon, the
hostess Introduced progressive games. The
prizes wore won by .Mrs. A. F. Sawyer and
.Mrs. J. L. Dougherty and ivere beautiful
souvenirs of the event. The guests were:
Slesdames Jesse No-land, St. J, Woodson,
C. C. Chiles, James Ellison, A. F. Sawyer,
A. D. .Madeira, J. W. l'eck, J. L. Dougher
ty, 1'. Boberts. C. Gudgell, C. A. Carroll.
S. Chapllne, .Mrs. Courtney ot Liberty:
Sirs. J. W. Bouse, C, It. Thomas, W. S.
Dickey, L. O. Swopc.
Sirs. J. W. Slercei entertained the ".Mon
day Night Club" .Monday evening last a:
her home on South IMeasant street, Inde
pendence. She was assisted lu her duties
as hostess by her daughter, Sirs. I!. A.
Bartlett. About llfty guests were present
and the featuro ut tho evening was pro
gressive high llv. During the evening de
lightful refreshments were setvid to the
guests. The pilzes were won by Sirs. I'.
Hubert Whaley and Dr. Bartlett.
Golden city, Mo March 27. (Special.) At
5:W this evening Dr. W. N. Hall, a lecent
graduate of the Kansas City Dental col.
iege, was wedded to Miss Bertha Price,
only daughter of Sir. and Mrs. .Matt Prce.
The brid' is a member of one ot the o' h '-t
and mo-t ex. lilve families in the s'ate
and has large properly Interests in her
own right. Ti.e groom Is the only son of
G. 11. Hal, a prominent merchant.
SInster Harry S. Fmzer entertained a
number of Ills friends Fildny evening at
his home, Sl'ilt Hast Twenty-tlrst street, in
honor of his 11th blithday. Sluslo anl
games wero the features uf the evening
after which refreshments were serve I
Thoso present were: Sllsses Millie Fad
dock. Vlrglo Klrtley. Kiln White, Alblr.l.i
Groshnnl, Slay Kveieth, Colena Llndsn
Lucy Whlte, Nina Barker and Hattle Fm
zer; Jlessrs. AI0H7O Kveieth, Percy Sewall
Clay Allen, Chnrllu Mryson. lrvie Timlin
Arthur Wnk-llrld, Willie Jennings and
Sir. Fred If. Chambers and Sllss Lena
Iioso wero very quietly maril'd nt the
borne of tho bride's paiei ts, No. 30.1 Ord
street, last Thursday evening at ti o'clock,
the Itev. W. A. (ju.iyln "dictating. Only
relatives of tho contracting parties weie
present. After the wedding dinner, Mr.
and Sirs. Chambers left for St. Louis,
where they will spend a tew days with
friends. They will bo home after April 10
at No. 305 Ord street.
II II. Bolton nnd Slnry 13. Sauerland
were united In marriage at the home of
tho bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II.
SI. Slesslnger, No. 1&21 Ilollv street,
Wednesday evening, Slaih 27, being the
dltli birthday or the grandfather. Itnv. J.
H. Boberts olllclute-d In bis usual happy
style. Sir. nnd Sirs. Bolton nrc at home
to their friends ut Chelsea place, Kansas
Sirs Griind's Budget of News.
Louvre Glove 'ompany.
Buy your Kaster Bonnet of Sirs. Little.
A line line of Pattern Hots Just received
at Sirs. Little's.
Sirs. St. F. Itose has returned from her
trip in the Hast.
Mrs. J. C Davis left last evening for a
short visit In New Orleans.
Sir. John Wormll, of Westport, Is visit
ing friends In Clay county, SIo.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Joseph S. Loose left last
Thursduy for a califurnln tour.
Sllss Nettto Mock left last evening to at
tend tho opera season at S! Louis.
Sllss Slaude Whitney will intend tho
Italian opera ut St. Louis this week.
Sir. and Sirs. Howard Gove are at home
tn friends at No. Ill (lurlUl I avenue.
Professor Heibeit W. Owens goes to St.
Louis this weik for tho grand opera.
Sir. Llnvllln Hayes hns returned from a
visit of n few da In Clay county, SIo.
Sirs. It. Wheeler will etitcrtnlu friends
flout Nebiaska during the coming week,
Sllss Shaw, of St. Louis, Is the guest of
Mis. W. A- M. Vaughan, of Locust street.
Th dally arrivals of pattern hats now
coining in will enable Sirs. Sachs to sup
ply her f i lends during this week.
Sir. and Mr., Grorgo Bowman, of 7o3
Hast Ninth sir. ot. will go to Topeka, Ka
nbout April to reside permanently.
Colonel C. F. Morse, Sllss Slarlon Morso
and MUs Helen Van Brunt are attending
tho Kiniul opera festival In Chicago.
Slotint Auburn council No. 12S1, Itoyul
Arcanum, gave Its last liuoiinal hop for
Continued ml I'.ige ttl.
BcTHPrHw't i t't WfjKtiB ' ' r l - -1 .J To llAni fn r- . U. I .. . . 1 lift RrNHII
THE above dcsiRti is a view of tho largest, finest and most artistic Soda Fountain ever-shipped West of
New York. It is a work of art, well worthy of the expressions Grand! Gorgeous! Beautiful!
The Soda Fountains made by Mr. James Tufts, of Boston, are tho finest in the world, and he carries
out the same ideas of cleanliness, neatness and convenience in the very smallest as in the ones costing
thousands of dollars. Tufts, in his large and world-known factory, has made many elegant and elaborate
Soda Fountains, but he never made a better, or more convenient, or more beautiful one than the one pict
ured above, which he personally designed especially for Johnson Brothers, and which has just been placed
in their large Retail Drug Store, 1107 Main street.
This fountain is a double one, with the boxes made entirely of the richest and choicest pieces: of gea
nine Mexican Onyx. It has a large white enamel top, with heavy gold trimmings, inlaid with odd shaped
pieces of real Onyx. The throe heavy beveled French Plate Mirrors reflect the thousand beauties of tho
fountain. Each and every piece of this elaborate work of art was especially selected to harmonize with the
delicate colorings of the fountain. The fountains are lighted with incandescent lights in fancy colored
globes, and the effect is more than pleasing to the eye. Tho service will be unsurpassed. Expert attend
ants arc in charge who can concoct more than 200 kinds of cooliiig, delicious drinks, that will meet with
the approval of the masses and please the most fastidious.
The above cut can give you only an idea of this grand and gorgeous masterpiece, but the investment
of a nickel or a dime will enable you to see the original and give you a better idea of its work and worth.
We can also add that we have tho finest and best equipped Prescription Department in tho city.
JOHNSON BROTHERS, Prescription Druggists,
1107 main Street, Kansas Vi.tji. Ma.
liBJ WtimeTX, , L 1,' c
Sole Aoents i $ X. ,. -mHfi,
Ready Cash Sale.
Solid Silver Tea Spoons,
latest patterns... 3. 20 set.
Rings, Pins, Pendants and
S 33. 00, were S 50.00
50.00, were 75. 00
100.00, were 150.00
in Pearl, Aluminum and
Silver, at 06 2-30 on tho
Beautifully engraved, the
same high quality always
furnished by Jaccard's.
100 from plate 60c.
100 card plate $1. 00
Wedding Invitations at
greatly teduced prices.
R.W. HOCKER, Trustee.
Do you want a Diamond, a fine Watch, a Tea
Sot, an Opera Glass, a set of Solid Silver Tea Spoons,
a Lamp or a piece of I3ric-a-Brac?
You can buy any of these at a discount of 33
As trustee, I offer any article in Jaccard's entire
stock at a discount of 33 per cent.
We offer these fine Im
ported Watches at this
Monard, Vacheron, Con
stants, Agossig, Piquet,
Assmann; also all Ameri
Quadruple Silver Plated,
Plain and Beautifully En
graved, $10.00 to $40,00
In China, Iron, Marble
$3 65 to $50.00
Watches and Jewelry at
the most reasonable prices
ever quoted for high-class
Always in Demand"
and always the favorite are those
Celebrated Creams and Ices made bv
the ever popular firm,
James Morton's Sons,
"Tlit: Best" Ice Cream Soda at 1031 Main st.
I A A ..
. Frank Scott
Has the most elegant ;u
HATS t BONNETS
That ever gladdened
tho eyes of
Kansas City Ladies.
The variety embraces newest and
most Frenchy styles at moat reason
able prices. Leaders for sixteen years
In Illsh Art Millinery. Always pro
vided with styles that avoid dupli
cates. Ladles will find here tho very
fashions that they most admire. When
oallliiR ask to seo new styles In decorative-
needlework. 1007 Walnut St.
Irs, Frank Scoff,
In Your Gloves.
It Is as necessary to have your Gloves
tlm proper shade and style as ft Is to hava
Iiro.tT,r B0i71 or,1at. We are showing th
linest line of excluslvo styles Jn
ever shown In Kansas City, comblnlnp with
superior value the latest novelties In staple
and fancy colorings, The largest assort
ment ever brought to the Wet7 a"u
t! b Peolal attention to the Caarina
Louvre Glove Co.
ioio flain Street.
19 Eust Eleventh St.
Cleaning Time Now!
Call 'Phono 274
It you need clean towels, and you'll
never Via dlappointed.
SILVER TOWEL & K, C, TOWEL CO,
A, C. FULKERSON, Proo.
. 10181 MAIN. '
Tent & Awning Co,,
of Avviiliig. of ull kiudi. T.nt
.full kl,,,. na, ,,iuV!
1'rlte.k Teli-ulii.ii. ntu '
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