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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. APJUL 7, 1895.
OppreusM by !0mthlns In my troubled
I th u moan. iuoke In rtfop 'lp.Hr;
iV ii ixitnc rtntlm duly lft nndon,
nr n It Home foruotten hits or prajcr"
Sotn tunc It tin that hnde my pillow
j ir I
Soni- thing my heart around or oiil with
in, 7 r 'e mil looked croa i nlKht n dark,
Yi , larker than Hid fearful face of sin'
Clor Iob nt hand a midnight taper
I ki v it for the lamp of my Here foe;
I It an I Mr out he lould not help but
"rrlfnd. I torsive thee every hurt nnd
Down on my knee I fell ind prncj for
ho wronij hid done me many time and
And a a star shone through a rlfte.l cloud,
I SouKht my couch and found the pillow
soft' The Independent.
The rnot Intere-MIng thing In town nt
present is the llaster bonnet. Thi H the
ominun opinion of the "new noniin" nnd
the h ittu woman alike. The Unster bonnet
II h r to tempt, bewiti'h nnd disappoint
womankind. It I a dainty, miRuldlnc af-f-ilr
on er far bie-k on the head. It
I equip 3 but little material, but it takes an
irteu tii make it.
One i:tter bonnet of which fashion np
Jiro i consists of a cluster of green leae
forim 1 Into ships by two rosettes of
3)11 In 'e lace, one at cu-h side of the
lirvl Towards the center three cTqtililte
Iv mod b a laee tulips nod at one another.
The tulips are small If one wishes It nnr
row green velvet ribbons tie beneath the
Ilonneta of vivid colored straw, com
bined with Jet and lace wing", are consid
ered the proper thing foi Ulster morning,
ns well ns steel affairs, g ly with a bit of
The round hats, which have h"en designed,
for Kaster. as well as summer davs. aie
larger and more conspicuous than ever
Thej are somewhat theatrical In shape,
and are trimmed profuel with tlovvcrs
nnd feathers Straw Is also a favored
trimming ,Mmy of the hats In tinted
(.trans are studded with fine Jet nails and
all the large hats have a few (lowers
nickel In beneath the brim. These tlovvers
rest .quettlshlv :iR.ilnt the hair and tend
tc in k. the hat becoming.
Ila s of chlifon or paiize are a novelty
of h iei"on. The chiffon is frequently
sh rr 1 m 'r a frame of silk wire and Is
' ml vi ry Kr.iciful In effect Lace
ha ar lit-ht and pretiv and will he much
woit ill's summi-r, trimmed livihly with
The rowns of nil the new- hats are ec
cntrle They claim no relationship to
the brim A lirite hat with a brim of
coirs mauve straw has a sort somewhat
puff" 1 -own of pale mellow hlffon The
tnmm nt- Is n Htge bow of violet ribbon,
whi-h l fastened nt the back, where the
ha is b"nt up .Mnrechal Nlel roes droop
over Hie crown nnd towards the rront.
nn 1 i I He cluster of violets peep out from
b i i i Hie llnrintr brim
M i v, iiijo ijp R0iv tied in careless bows
1 trm ny as a trimming for a summer
vn . - (lowers, pink and red geraniums
o H the fashion They make a tllsh
for a eotie black straw hat
R ' -nt nnd loops of straw nre also
trimmings- for everyday hats The
Tl i r'bbons fleattered with blossoms
I profusely on the summer hnts
T hi made Into dashing bows and
i I In conspicuous places A pretty
' - to hnve the (lowers whhh adorn
peated in the desist, of the rlb
v - w York World
i e tiskn Vogue what Is the correct
K dinner nt a hotel Also, should
o i a bonnet ' The nnswene are
) i lo tun state where lhe hotel is
iki-a all the differf nc. In New
"v ' almost even win re in puMle ho-
in n In tills eoiimry vvtai ofti-r-
j t ns such a dress as would bo vvotn
0 t moon n e ptlon. This m ans a
i, i mi what mori) approprlato to evon-
1 hi street wtar. Nevv York women
v i .Hi gowns for tho morning, with
s i it ii nam oi while skills trimmed
vi iiiliioldery. In tho afternoon, for
-ie makes a .ejniplele toilet, tn
1 1 bath mid chumrlng everything,
i. -i-rle and hose She icplaee.s her
s ,tle nutty slippem, and net gown Is
d Thiit is what hundreds of i-inuit
t i n do dally (if course, this Is
u i illfletl In a hotel, ejt ollcte gowns
n lni, worn there, but the general rule
o' i 'lie change and tho air of having
c ' iieclally lot dlnntr Is the same in
u imitmici a vvlittlier tht dinner 1 1-
n ill o" a pilvaic huui' Bpecllli ally
it ii rlati gown for any hotel In any
r vtniMl a would In of stlk or any
' i li-ht stuff, iiivttlly trimmed with
) hlffnu. It H wholb a matter of
I 1 wzle whuther tin gown be light or
iia it In i Llor. Tht best drtsHed vvotnen dp
ii ii ,u gay colored gowns In hotels. The
r h to beat In mind is that one mufct
1 i nut nnd inM'futli drcseed, as If
i i .ptclally loi dinner In foreign
i", ti." for oxatnple, at ('alio, Kgypt,
w iii di ess In hotels In full dresK, that Is,
1 tv k gowns
i t i0 wearing a bonnet nt dinner,
it ijw becoming. ory customaty fot
worn ! not to wear bonnets, At nich bo
tela as the Waldot f, Havoy or the Holland,
v in me sen In the B neral mstauiant
vv hout bonnets more, frequently than with
tt in A woman Is alwnvs In bottur style
vith i a bonnet than with one HUH, It Is
fo t u v for vvrnun lo wear bounds in
bo' i hat If on with to wear one you
vv i i it be remarked ns pet Hilar, thai la
t In this country. In Ungland women
ii i wiar bonnets at dinner. They re-gii-1
dinner ns an extiemely formal occa-t-It
n an 1 never wear bonnets This Is so
nc nt li on Ailantl st. atnshlps that It
Is v r easy to distinguish the Ihigllsh and
Aimrliaii wom.n by those who do and
llir - who do not vvar hnnneti- Tlurefore.
i i -ould not wear a bonnet. It would
l.e 1 1 tter form than If vou wore on
Of i iuri no woman wears a hat nt din
tii r In Hi r own bouse Your question refers
win Ii io th custom of wearing them In
a r"ie-l and Voguo hopes that wotm 11 vv III
i t i io wear then) tlieitt It is a hftiMlclal
ha II ' ' be Krujiuloiisl) tarefully drtssed
ut le. t onee dully, and there Is no rea-
ion vv nv a imti i uiuner suouiu ni- icsb punc.
tiltr, m in leaurd to liealtiess and anoar.
ar -f 'ban a dinner at home. The hotels
arc nriainly dolrg their part In fcuptilylnit
p rft t i-ervlce, beautiful looms and uood
tr ' i Itllll lilt) iiuici iaiiwiia CUUIU14 I1U
Vosue also replies to another correspond
ent wro wants lo know the propel io
lum" for chunh. tnet and ailing, also
(.1 When Is a bonnet Loriuct, and when a
) Wiit style boots or khppers aie proper
fo "-tr- ' visiting, hum" ind evening''
tl) A l'i ! eostume for street wear In
th- morning is a nlni null of rge or
E 3 i twe-ed, i in--itlng of sklit and Jacket
tn l.b use wulst i'"urs worn vUlh this
di e- when the weather Is old. or a muck.
Irij"1) f the weather Is Inclement I'or
chur'h or visiting the street costume Is
in ire elaborate A tallor.tuade cloth gown
tijmmod with fur or Belial, vvlfh jaeket to
tnat'h. nr with vhi t, Jaekut. I a,.'-'r'
haii'ltgnie chujth or Mtnj; toilette, ItUtk
Is not Bt all de rlueur, although very
nub h worn; lark blue, brov.n, green and
Kray are all favorite colors for street
gowns. . . , .
f.'l llonnets have been very much In fa.
vor during the past year, and have lost
nothing of their popularity, 'lhey arc i
mo t b rorom stle of headgear, ai.'l are
mu h worn by jount inn irons and elderly
women Toques or turbans are usually
unm 1,1 lining vlrls. us well us bats Huts
re muvU worn, but a latce, mueh-bs-feath-
ered hat I out of place In church or at the
theater A bonnet Is mm h more dressy
than a hat
ill Good stout walking boots Heed up the
front and vvl'h low hoi Is are appropriate
for ordinary street wmr Tor c.illlug, oral
retention, intent leather boots with thick
soles and cloth or kl 1 "uppi rs," aie the
most correct thing l'or home wear during
d.i, low tut shoes of kid or patent
leather nre greatly In vogue In th" even
ing slippers are geiieralh ued. Illack pat
ent leather with tiny buckles ot gold, Klilnc
stones or jet, or bronze kid with gold
buckles are suitable for home wtar. l'or
bulls nnd dances satin slippers to match
the (olor ot stockings or gown are appro
priate. Judge and Mrs. H C Mcllougal nnnonncc
the mnrrlige of their dnughter, Mabel, to
Mr. Hubert I!. Itudolph, of Canon City,
Col , at S o'clock net Wednesday evening,
April in, nt their home, 2IU Troost ave
nue'. The brldi-eiect Is favorabl known In
Kansas Cltv clreles, being a charter mem
ber of the NVw Century Club, and of the
Young Ladles' Hout Club, while Mi Hu
dolph Is ,1 popular and prosperous utic
business man of Canon Cltv The young
couple will be a( home to friends at the
MeDotigat homestead until Apt!) I'D, when
Ihev will go to Colorado, nnd will be nt
home at t.'l Macon avenue, Cation City,
after May 13.
A wedding of special Interest to tht many
friends of both parties will be that of Mrs.
Anna K Williamson, of I2i) C.arlleld ave
nue, and Mr Illntnn II Nolaml, of Inde
pendence, circuit clerk of Jni kson coun
ty, nnd president of the Mercantile Ilulltl
lng and I,oan Association. The marriage
will take place Apill 21, .it (1 o'cloi k p. tn.
ltev. Dr. ,1. O'H Lnvvrv will ulllelate. A re
ception will follow, from 7 to 11.
Mrs. Itlchard II Duke, Mrs. James T.
T.ilor nnd Mrs. Thomas V Tarry will
send out cards this week for a reception
U'ednesd.iv. the 21th. from 1 to 5 n. m. at
031 Troost avenue.
Invitations have been Issued bv- Ararat
temple. A. A. o. X. M H which announce:
"At home to htr .N'obie.s nnd to .ill Nobles
within her Jurisdiction, nnd their Indies,
Thursday evening, April IS, at X o'clock,
at Shrine halt. Indies annual reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilobert .1. Holmes have
Invitations Issued for a dinner on Thurs
day evening, to the attendants of the
I'l.n I ..Una. nf V, a 1.. Un(t.t nr It.. .. .
.lit I .illt- II, tut; ,ll, .lutltllj tii 11IU l ITM,
Christian church IlloVenth and Locust,
..III ..! r, n Untn nn.l ..nAH..... .. .1 . I
"II" hllf I. ,.. II tlllU IIUIIIIU IJ UUU UIVIIUIK
dinn.-r on Tuesday and Wednesday ot this
An T ..'.. I it i.. .. iti .-,-, ,
nuts Him . j.t'i'uj i in ciiieriain ine
Open Question Cnib Tuesday afternoon,
f mill I Irt .", t, I Imp l,MmA l.liv Tw..i . ..
TtlA Pllllll-nl Cllll, hi Iniitlnllnn. A,, I ah
a reception Friday evening, April 19.
..Tliero will bo a meeting of tho Italston
Health Club. April 19, Wednesday, ut S p.
in Hldge building. Walnut street en
trance. All Halstonites are carntntly re
quested to be presi m.
The leading ladles' lltciary clubs of the
city will be entertained next Tuesdn aft
ernoon b the Woman's Heading Club at
their hall in the Masonic, building, 01J Wal
nut street Hon Tl II Allen will address
the ladies upon ".Municipal Government."
. Tn.e Mothers' Union meets on Slonday at
S 30 In loom A. corner of lllventh and Lo
cust. Dr. Ilrummel Jones will talk on iho
"ha fifty l.tmtt for Children nnd Youths."
All are invited. Admission flee.
Mr. Hannibal A. Williams, of Nevv York,
the well known Shnkes.ptanan lnterpretei,
who Is to give a series ot readings In this
ilt. will read "The Tempest" for the
Athenaeum on the afternoon of Apt II IS
lhe public Is to be admitted to this enter
tainment, which will be givm In the au
dltoilum of the Y. M c A building, as It
will afford an oppoitunli to mans which
tne could not otherwise enjoy. Manv of
tin; pupils of thi- high si hool have tuken
Uikuts, leallslng the Importance ot such
things to gi'iui.il culi ore.
Dr Merrill 1" Clates, jiresldent of Am
herst college snjH "Having rep.mtidlv'
heard Ml. Williams read, I have pleasure
tn Hajliig thut I think him oih- of the most
deservedly sin eihful fudcis and Impei
mnators now ( fure the public " The large
number of iqually fuvoiable notices from
luominent literary authorities glv. n bv Mr
Wlllldms la ample guarantee of his abllltv,
and the people of Kansas City who heaid
htm on the ovnMou of his foimer appeai
anee here can hcartlh Indorne the com
meniUtlon Tickets on sale at 100J Walnut
street. JS cents
aeueral (iordon's visit to the city was an
evint of iiromiuiiil nodal ihteitst and tin
rectptlon teiii'eitd at the Coatis and also
al Iho residence of Judge Turner A. Hill,
wro evlilcncei. of lhe high esteem In which
he Is held. The Daughters of the Confed
eracy who were the hostesses of Trtdav
afternoon, were most giace-ful In ihelr at
tentions and hospitalities llvtry member
vva one or the entertaining ladles. MIm.
SaJlte tills served punen, and Miss Nellie
llvann and .Mrs llllsabeth NV. 1 pit-sided In
lhe ellnlns room. About iOO were in attend
ance, A unique featuro of a very pleasant
evening tntertnlument given on Tuesday
evening last ot the tesldeneo of Mrs. M
1) Woods, ieu Olive street, In honor of
the I'roglesstvo Heading Club and Invited
guests, was the suddi n appearance of sev
eral phantoms, pui porting to be ghosts
of some departed and historically renown
ed spirits tihoaily tules of ghostly woe in
both rhyme nnd prose, fell from tho lips
of the strange vhltants who, In taking
flight to the Invisible woild, flung back
upon their shivering heaiers a ghostly
song of ghostly hue With tho Rrmedil
tad of tho aecompilched hostess, degnnt
tefieshments were immediately solved,
which at once dlsslputcd In most happj
manner nil tendency to morbid fancies,
and proved ft plfasant liitioductlon to
tome good leading and excellent music
1'rciti souvenir pionrammt-s on celluloid,
healing n delicate and significant des'sii
in oil, bj one of the i lub members, weie
disiributid dining tii.. evening The
looms were tasteful!) decorated in pink
and yellow, tho Hist ii.nlor biliitf in pink,
with )ellow predominating In the se '
ond parlor nnd library. The club member
I me .uc'sumiies e.avvrence fancy presi
'..l.,,Ioh,, ,-M.llle,i. L' Hiuinan. Robert
1 llil.lebrund, Caldwell llrovvu M Clan,
'rank l'an?, and Mis? I'. Dickinson
I MUs Mat Hlnkle's luneheon on Thurs-
da list, for Miss K.ithurlne Holmes, vv us
Ian especial!) lovely one (or a bilde-ta.be.
i lu the Hiving, the heait shap,- was close)
obseived In cauls, viands and Ices an 1
III a iuottlon coniosi i lie prize was a
heau-shaped tru l'rtsriit Wcie th,. cuest
of honor and Miss Nellie Kvane. Mrs W
I V Cro)sdale, M.b-. .uu Carkimr JIUs
I llifi Mereei Mre lien Hartleii, Miss Nel-
i ll- l.ucus, .Miss Jluntou llrovvu Mis lla-
ml Tarr. Miss Alia Hello lluglii. Miss
Christine Mellon. Miss WUabeth 'Allen.
Mr and Mrs. Howard Kimball, of 2t22
Last Seventh street, untei tallied the So
I Name Duplicate, Whist Club ou I'dday
cveninB Members urc Mr William K
I Held Mrs. Oscar Swariout, Messrs and
J Mesdames John Talor. W W Collins,
I Connelly. H. A. Hubbard. Joseph llanley
I W J. bcott, Wll lum lleddens, '
The High llvo Club met last Monday
evening with Miss Jlubel Weston, of In
dependence avenue Special honor was
paid the date. Apill 1, In the unique dec
orations, costuming and awarding of
t prizes. Tht pleasant evening concluded
vvllh dancing. I'reeitt were Mlses
llmll) Cnrlat, liele Cnrlat, Kdllli 1 rater
Mb ml Hllllkrr, I.llllnn Dlckej, Nell Palmer,
Miss ilosneil Messrs. IM llalc. Clan le
Ciirlnt. Aitluir l.each, l.nvvreiiee .tames,
tluv Allen, tleorge Tnge nnd llobtrt tlrccn.
l.t 1'rlday evening Mls llerllia Dnnne
etiiertnltied thf Central I.liittiv i lub at
the home of hci parents. 3.119 lint Ninth
stiict 'lhe irt) vvns given In honm of
Ml tt)dein iierger, Mr f'Hrl Sulsba her,
Mi Ilobert Wood nnd Mr Hnrllrtl I'.ik,
who will represent their soclet) nt thr ninth
innurtl contest, tn Im held In the high
i honi niHlltorltttn on tho iilglit of April an
The i (triers were bfnilillull) decorated With
tii" siieldVs eolors. old rose and blue
Danclnit was the principal fmtuts of the
evening After blogrnphlcnl guessing
ii itch, bv which the veiling men si'tured
partners, tlie hostew nnd the president led
ilin mntcli to tho supper room There
the society's colors again prevailed, even
the lr having been mnde in the "old
rose Anil blue." Toasls Intel been arranged,
with Mr. John lllkltis ns tonsunaster The
picsldcnt, Mr Iterkeblle. test oiieled to the
li ist, "Our Hoi lety " Jilss l..vle then fol
lowiil vvllh "Our llovs " Mr. Wooel an
sworeit tr the toast. "Our Itefreshmc ills "
Mr Hulr.lmcber responded lo Our Cciniist,'
nnd Mr. Hush to "Our UlrK ' After supper
dnliclng was lesumeel. The guests were:
Tljomis llcrlteblle, Mnbel Itiirnett, Chester
lutes, I fit) dee lloiger, Ilcrt llrown, Chniles
leusn, tiorenco e. uiire n vvnrn e lay, hit-
tti-ii. i tuiniiii ciiiiiiii .. ii in cii.j, ii'i-
'rt Cne, Hull Cooper, l'rcd Covvlcs, Nellie
"rnn'lMll. Klrby fjrlttriirtin, Arthur Dimoii,
I...I... 1-.A...A,. I. .l, n t'l.n.l I.),., 1-tl.llltt
.'lll-J .'illll'll 1,1,11 j 11 J, "ill, a,,,, iii ,,,n,
Steve Hnnsun, Miitgarnt Onrdiicr.M) rtlo
(Iravelv, Ada Cregg, Oenigli Hulllnger,
I'aul I.'ldlgh, I'll l.vle, Mnelgo McAllstcr,
Paul Mohi. Whitfield Mulford, Murgaret
Murrav, l'.urtlctt Page, Anna ltobeitswi,
(! rtrude Hlewait, John Htevrns, Wnlter
Tile, A'lelalde nn Horn, Mlsi Vnrcon,
lull.i Wooel, Ilobert Wood, Jailics Yengcr
mil Will Welgel
Mr. John Posicr-Titll Hast Ninth street,
entertained at luncheon I'rlcl.iv, 111 honor
of Kev. Dr nnd .Mrs Page, Mrs l.uclen
Hiker, of Leavenworth, Mrs Pecker, Mrs.
Mi Kee and Miss McKoo, of Leavenworth;
Mrs, 'ferry, .Mrs lldvvln I Parnsvvorth,
Mr. and Sirs, rieorue D. Tord, Mr. and
Mrs. John P. Tord, Miss Pord, -Mrs H. P.
I.ang and Mr and Mrs. J. D lavls-in In
the evening tho .Misses Poster entertained
Mr nnd Mrs W, W. Whle were host
and hostess to the H S. 1. Club, Monday
evening at their home. The evening was
peanntlv passeel In progieslvc euchre,
after which dalnlv refreshments were
served. Members present. Mr. and Mrs
W. H Hv.ins, Mr. and Mrs. J W Huart,
Mr and .Mrs. Walter Iluillivell. Mr. nnd
Mis Thcoelore lllsshop, Mr ami Mrs J, w.
C.erman. Dr. und Mrs. (1. W. Ilurke, Miss
Anna Wh)te. Mr. II. It. Gentry. rrl7cv
were won by Mr. nnd Mrs. l.vans. The
club will meet Mond.iv evening, April 6,
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Get man.
A delightfully Informal card party of last
week was one given bv Dr. ami Mrs Hovv
man, of Woodland couit, to a limited num
ber of fricn is, and a delightful evening
was enlo.viel by all. Those present were.
Mr. and Mrs Will Young, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Parcel!, Dr nnd Mr P. P Gaines, Dr.
and Mrs How man, Mls Hastings, Miss
(i lines, Mls Plavla A G ilne-s, Mi Andrew
Liltih. Mr. llarr) 1'urcell, Mr. Trunk
I'rlcnds of Mr nnd Mrs. Presley Kenne
dy, of 1310 Woodl ind avenue, gave them an
agreeable Mirprlio last Saturday evening
in honor of Mr. Kennedy's birthday. A
high live game was played and prices weie
won bv Mr. nnd Mis Joseph llelin, Mrs
J. D. Davidson and Mr L S. Klpple Pres
ent were. Mr and Mrs J. iecrest, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Heme, Mr. and Mrs. J
1 Divldon, Mr and Mrs. Theo Kenno
d), .Mr. and Mrs Clarence S. Whttne),Mls
Sadie Whltnev. Harrv W'hltne), Mr. and
Mrs Ilobert Miller, Mr anil Mis. George
Molhersp.iw, llntrv Mothcrspaw, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mclte) nobis, Sir. and Mrs
Lawrence Pnrlev, Mrs M W. Kennedy. 11.
S. Klpple, Miss llrown. Sir-,. Minnie James
Mr. and Mrs. itobert Gregory entertained
at dinner last 1'rldaj evening Sir. anil
Sirs. Charles It l.oekrldge, Sir and Slr
Churchill 1! Hrldgeforel, Sir. and .Mis. Col
lins, Sir. and -Mrs C P. llolman.
SIlss Lucille Patton, of Porest avenue,
gave a lovely chocolate esterda tnornlng
nt 11 o'clock for Slls Iilnnche Sllddaugh
The decorations weie carnations and
sweet peas, and baskets of chocolate bon
bons weie the pretty souvenir-. Present
were Miss Nellie Honnlwell, Sliss Joseph
ine Goseett, SlNs Iilnnche Gordon, Sliss
Stella Gordon, SIls Slary Field, Sliss Slln
nio Mldeiaugh, SIls Hay Smith, SIlvs Slr
tle Hickman, Slit-s Prances Wallace nnd
SIlss Crertc Patton.
Mr. and Sirs. John Hodgers, of 1C30 Sta.l
Ison avenue, celebi.ueel their twe nlj-llfth
wetldiiig anniversary on Wednesday even
ing, April 3 A number of handsome pres
ents were received from filemlH, The even
ing was spent with music and caid play
ing. Choice refreshments were served at
10 o'clock. Slis ItodgCts was assisted in
entertaining by -Mrs. Sam Hodge rs Those
present weie Slessrs. anil Slesdames Ilob
ert lllldi brand. Will Amlei-on John Hoff
mann, 1! Sillier, W. I! Itogei", Matt
Claiv, Finnic Payne, L. A r.irlev, Ilobert
SUM. r, lien Sluri.iv. Sam Holt,, is, C. II
Mori Is. W. G. Love, li S. Klin her, C 11
Prather, J. C Cireenmun, fhnrUs Kabcr,
Pred Schultloss, H U. Page, John Heed,
Phil Huclagaliipo, A S. Hagt-dule, J. P.
Sic Namara, H. J Austin, Cadwell llrown,
William SleKee, S H. 1'icvuM Tom Ilarker,
George Itodgers, II. Smith. Henty Saue r
leinil. P A Woodard, J. W. Hoitou, W.
II. Underhlll, W II Nichols, Samuel Hod
gers, Georgo Nli. hols, Slesdames llobtit
Stewart, J W. Ople, U. Uarcla), Lou
Dukes. lone Mitchell. J. A. Clai), Slarv
Zell, C .Murray, SlcCourty, Slses Clara
Huber, Blanche Itunvan, Annie sicDougal.
1 la Sliaip, HUa Hoton, M. Murray, Pa
tience Dlckeison and Kdna Kogers, Sirs
1 N, Koon-, .Messrs Joe and George Mitch
ell, David Sluirav, Glne Hodgers, F.mmett
ciar), Clareni i' Payne and SI. U Wooel.
At thr Western Conservatory of Music
last Wednesday afternoon the lecture room
was filled with pupils and fi lends, assem
bled to hear the formal announcement of
the final grading for commencement hon
ors nt the close of the jeai. In June next,
atid also to witness lhe pieentation of the
class badges to the graduating cluss of '05
President 13 II. Scott, nfter a few appro
priate remarks, named Mlsies Anna Slack,
Julia Shftvvhnn, Mary nr)len. Slinnle Ilol
lls, Lllv Comb) Minnie Meach and Mrs
H T Smith as having passed the required
examination for admission Into the grael
uetlng class of '1)5; Sllsses HUa Fugltt, Net
tle' Anderson, Nellie Gear Nonn Tiller),
LMIth Kreamer, Flora Tteddlsh and TrUle
Funic for the normal class of "e"e; SIlsscs
Claire Culp.Sallie Shawhun ninl Vf-nnWelly
for tho prolb ii in y e la's of 'W President
Scott then presented the piospectlve gradu
ates with their cluss pins, which are of
solid gold tn thp design of a turp, with ap
propituie enumel and engraving.
A lovely juvenllo party vvni given e
terday afternoon by Sir nnd Mrs, Jacob
Newcomer, ot SCO Hast Seventh street, for
their little salt, llalph There were games
and a merry cood time, with cholco re
freshments nnd a birthday cake with seven
lighted candles one for each year of the
young host's life. His guests were; Helen
Moimtfartt, MUo nhart. Classic Pntrlck, Al
ice Illllls. Gladys Thompson. Donald Swart
out, Louise Kimball, Cornelia Kassop,
F.thol Speas. Charles Homer Katharine
and Joe Ttond, Slabel und llalph Allen,
Helen Sloores nnd Frances Cooper.
Sliss Amelia Reach. No. 13J0 Cumpbedl,
gave a whist party last Friday evening. In
honor of several soung ladles visiting In the
city Those present were: Sliss Prances
Sellers Leavenworth, Kns ; Sliss Sophia
Dicvfus. Hamilton, O,; SIlss Hans, St. Jo
seph, Mo ; SIlss Jlellburn. Washington, D
; Sliss Locum HI Iouls, Mo and Miss
.Incobs, N' vv YOlk; Misses Reach, Wilson,
llatavla Mooney, Dr Miller Pr Alleles
Slessrs Wollman, 11 P Swart. New York,
7, A Mendleson St Louis Weil, Siein,
Judge Silverman and Herman Reach,
Sirs A L Ponnell, of Nineteenth strpet
nnd Johnson av.nue gave nn elegant din
ner lo a limited uumbfr of ladles Inst Fri
day Thoe niesent vven Sirs W H
Rogers Sirs J C Smith Sirs. I) H Red
er Sirs II J Hovce Mrs J Nslson Sirs
ludge llolin.l Sirs N D. Gwynne mid
Sirs. Oeoriila Crawford
The J T High Flv- Club wa pleasintlv
entii tulned by Mi" Heiljamln Warner. 157
Wabash avenue, Tuesday afternoon. Anrll
2 Dilut) refreshments vvsre servesl at t
o'clock Th" afteinnu was spent with
enrds and music Those proem weie'
Mrs Cburlen Glaspell, Sirs. J F. Mali,
Mis Ollle Hnfmister Sirs John Logan,
Sirs W. F Nlcol, Slr George Hewitt,
Mis Russell ll.ii-nitt, Sirs D. Ii. Smith,
of nlinv. Ill' Sliss Josle F.iyman, MIm
Shsip Sliss Sluy Wainer and -Mls l,m
On Wednesday evening, Sir V D Ship,
worth of Helton Slo . was married to SIlss
Hstelll M. Nelson, at the home of the
bride's parenis, 1'tll llreudwuy. Hv. Dr.
Yassar of Hie See ond lliptlst . Iiurch,
ollleiitliig The attendants weie SIlss Net
tle Sne-elaker, of Clinton Mo , Miss Slinnle
Nelson, slsl' r of Ih bride Sir ArHiur
NVUon. bioth-rof lhe bride ar.i Sli T S
Williams of tl.ls i It) About thlrt) couples
wltntssed th. . .r. mony. Mi and Slis.
Shlpvvoith will resida In. Helton
Sir. Howard Hail. v. a well known oung
attorney of Atchison und SIlss Carrie
Hharrard daughter of J W Shariurd, were
muirled al the home of the bride's par
ents in M hlson Thursdav afternoon
Guesis were present from several neighbor
The regular monthly meeting ot tht W.
! c A was held at the home Thursday
. morning Nothing new In the domestic ar-
rniiRcmcnisj nail tieveiopeei miring me
month- all the conditions of the home
being of the most satisfactory nature.
There nre nt prtscnl thltty-nlno children
ni'r 2 )ears of are In the home, eleven
inranto. mnklng up the total family ns
llflv Hlght chlldrtn nnd four babies were
nlmltted during the month. Sirs, llolden
is Mltlng committee for the ensuing
At the regular Friday afternoon meeting
en April f of the Society of Literature and
llltory of the high si hool, lh following
mH-vr vvcrc elected. President, SIlss
Ruth Wakedeld; vied president. Sir. J.
Morrl 'on j secretary. SIlss Udlth Dav
enport, iicusmer, SIlss Janetto .tones,
citilc, Sliss Pearl Slclntyrei sergennt.at
arms Sir. Otis l'atllson; reporlcr, Mr. Oli
A concert and ball, nt 1T1T Hast nicht
eenlh street, Tuesday evening, April !, will
be given by the Star .Mandolin Club, un
der the management of Sir. ltert Prim e
fir the benefit ot the Union Social Club.
Grand opening Star Slandolln Club.
Recitation SIlss Itcssle Hose,
The (chllel) Pnttl-SIIss Ida Fredrleks.
Fdhev dance Forlss sisters.
Recitation Sliss Hemic Hoover.
Irish song and dance Slack nnd Coy.
Piano folo Sir. Kdwnrd It. Kelly.
Recitation Miss Irene Perkins.
Song duet Forlss sisters.
Helcetlons-Stnr Slandolln Club.
J-xlilbltlon Charlie Tw Iteholl.
Sirs, (lrilllilv's lluelgct nf NcvTS,
louvre Glove Company
Raster millinery. Mrs F.Scott.lMT Walnut.
liny jour Haster bonnets of Sirs. II. St.
Sirs. .1. C. Davis has returned from New
A line lot of pattern hats Just In nt Sirs.
II. SI. Little's.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Alex l'razcr are en route
.Mrs. Wallace Pratt will return from New
York this vveek.
SIlss Clara Uurnham Is at home for
Sir. Robert R Rudolph, of Canon City,
Col , Is at the .Midland hotel.
Dr. nnd Sirs. I. M. Ridge attended the
opera in St Louis Inst vveek.
Mrs. Rollins Hockaday Is spending a few
do)s with Sirs. Rice R. Sllner.
Place jour orders earlv In the week with
Sirs. Little for .voiir K.iHter hats.
Sir. and Sirs. George D. Fear) are at the
Palace hotel, San Iranclco, C.H.
.Mr. and Sirs. L Lesem nnd family are
at home to friends at 15-'J llroadvvay.
Slr. A. L. .Mason and her el.iughier.SIIss
Col ell. i, have returned from Florida.
.Mrs Charles S. Cr)sler has returned
from a three weeks' visit In St Louis.
Sirs Hdwarcl Allen and her son are vis
iting Sirs. Allen's mother In St. Louis.
Sir. and Sirs." llnrve) P Rhodes nre at
home to friends at 2M3 Hast Slth street.
Sir. and .Mis. St. S Dowden, Jr , nre at
home to friends at 21C0 Chestnut avenue.
Slls Keats, who was the guest of Sirs.
W. G. Ralrd, has returned to Springfield.
Dr and .Mrs. W S. Wood and Sliss
Woods icturn to-morrow from Hot Springs
Sir nml Sirs, w u. Riders left last
Tuesday for sl mouths In New York clt).
Judge nnd Sirs. W. C Kbert are visiting
the family of Thomas D. Volk, at Ottawa,
Sir. and Sirs. J. H A'hley and famll)
leave to-day for a nip to California and
Sir" Warren Wnton and Sliss Daisy
Rrown, of Lamar, are visiting friends In
Sirs Homer T. Fuller, wife of President
Fuller, of Drury college, Is vistuiig Sirs.
SI A Pons.
SIl-scs Hettle and Pearl Rnnson enter
tained lhe Young Ladies' Card Club last
Sir- James Harton entertained at lun
cheon )osterday In compliment to Sliss
Whether the) buy or not, ladles should
not fail to see Sirs Sachs' pattern Hats or
dered "peclally for li.cstei
Sir. Will Sluira.v will sing "The Palms"
at Trinity church this afternoon at 1
o clock at the confirmation service.
Sir C II Hostwl. k. of Omaha, nnd Sir.
D. S Sllles, of Westminster, .Mass, were
guesis of Sir. SI. II Abell last week
Sir. nnd Sirs. Piene R. Davis are visit
ing fiiends In the ity for a few d.t)t, en
loute io Denver and silt Lake City.
Dr. and Sirs. T J Raton letuined last
week from Salt Lake city, having spent
the winter traveling in .southern Califor
nia Sir. nnd Sirs. il.Coatsworth have returned
to tills clt) to retslde permane-ntl) nnd will
be at home to fiiends at 11J3 Hast Hlghth
Sliss Slaud Hoover, of Wichita Tails,
Tex., who w is the guest of Sliss Rrle
bharpe, on Central street, lias le ft for
Sirs. Ralph C. Seymour, of Chicago, will
arrlvo Thuicday of this week lo spend
Raster with liu parents. Sir. and Slis, F.
SUsx Vlnn)o Craig, who has been spend
ing the winter In the South with frlemls,
has returned home, and Is at -101 Gartleld
Sirs. I. d'Isuy will sal early in Slay for
three months in Paris, where she will be
the guest of her brother. United Slates
Consul Gin-ral S. K. Slorss,
Sir and Slis Pert Crotty have returned
from their wedding trip and aie at home
to friends ut Thirtieth and Kuelid avenue.
Sirs. Croit) was former!) Sliss Lillio W
att. Sirs, SI. R Schafer, who has been spend
ing the winter with her daughter, Sirs. C
11 Rdvvords, of Ul Vtoodlaml avenue, will
leave lu-monovv for her home in Art hie,
Mr. and Slis James A. Il)den, of Chi.
cago, spent lust Suiicia) in the city en
route to Denver. The) were the guests of
Sir. and Sir-- L A. Leiinon, of lOlh lielle
SIis Doioihy Warren will meet her pu
pils on the 1 1 t three da) s of each vveek
duilnu the ipiing teim eu the residence of
Mis 8 H. Anderson, southeast corner of
Klghth and Foiest.
Dr and Slis Claude C. Hamilton leave
SIonda for i two weeks' pleasure trip in
the South Tliev will visit Slemphls, lllr
mlllghum. Mobile and other Southern cit
ies before the ir return.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Door or Hope Association will be held
Tuesdu), Apill 9. at 2 p m , In the par
lots of lhe Pilot llaptlsl church, collier
Twcluh and Hulllmuie
Tho Daughters of tho Confederacy here
by iitiurii thanks to JiUgc- anil Sirs. Turner
A GUI lor the use of their houe and tho
admirable arr ingemcnts ;naJt for the re
ception glvm to Geneial John R Gordon
Sir J. 11. llryant and daughter, SIlss
Peicrl Rrani Sir Roma SIcKnlght and
sister, Silas lleatrlce Sle Knight, of Cald
well, Kas , were the guests of Sirs A. G
He ilk'- uf iii North Fifteenth street,
aranelvlew. last week,
Slaniciiie and surgical chiropody b) Sliss
SI. Smith, of RulTiilo, N Y AHlstie hair
dressing, shampooing and s-alp tieatment
by Sliss Tiaeio Derrick, fonnerl) of Vin
cent's Full line of toilet articles Slm
feon's I, idles' Rath, OIH Walnut
Sirs Charles, Wlldli.g entertained tho J.
V. V. Club at her home, 2131 Ilalllmnrii av
enue, Thtirsdn) I'iIzfd were unaided to
Sirs C It llolcombe und SIlss Carrie
Wllel SIlss Slinnle Picison will entertain
the club Thursday, April 11, at her home,
910 1..H-I Rleventli MUt-l.
Tlie Central Club will give Its closing
icci-iitiiiu April Vj at the Aeadeui) uf Slu
sic This will In a full dress e ompllmeniaiy
ret eption with refreshments miring Inter
mission. Parties having Invitations are, re
quested io repls io sutue lo Nate II Stone,
se. reurj 1J0 West Hlevcnth street.
Hlmson's Tuiklsh Hath for Ladles, 911
Walnut tilths of eveij dese rlptton Rlec
uliit) In evcrj form iruadli galvanic
and statical) Sclentllie massage and Swed
ish movements by thotouKtil) trained mas
se u re Facial and bust tieatinenis, steam.
ill" pro 'ess and oil li.eilif for developing the
Mr and -Mrs p. SI Goodrich, of JIM
C'lustnui avenue have returned from a
winter In tin South, where ihey were
guests of Coluiu I and Slis. SI. S Dawelt-n
Thev weie U' oiiipauled upon tbeli return
by Miss DaU) llovveicn, who has been at
tending Rollins college at Winter Park,
Fla Sirs Goodrich Is at honm to friends
Ml and Sirs I F. Guivvlts. Sir ami Sirs
S H Pooi Sir and Sirs Frank R Wil
cox Sir and Mis ,. SI Nuckols Jr. Sli
Arthur e'uiie-i Sir Athm Doggen Sliss
(icuivu 11 e li . Slis Kuthilln Sleeper,
Dr Hal Fo.ter Sir. D Austin Luehuvv.
Dr Gam and Sir. llerbirt Ovvins Mm
among Ihes Kansas Clt) ans who attended
the opera seat on at Si Louis last vveek
Silases Laura and LUlle Rlchter enter,
tallied the Jollv Fellows' Club and fiiends
ut their heemi 2MU Tiac), hattirda even
ing Slar h JO Piesent weie Sir and
Slis. Charles Allen; Slessrs 1M itlcluer,
W Rlchter, T SlcUatle A, Jennings,
Mr Sloran, Joe Rlau. William Harrel, p.
A Rainier Charles Shell), George Harrel,
Clunks Hatilvld, Juck Cavanaugh. joe
Rrb, SI. F Rvers: Sllsses Slollle SIo)nl.
bun. Klliy Slnynlhan, Louise Hill, Lela
Phlllli. Lena Roeder, Slumie Hoeder, Nel.
The Waiwbk Club's Wednesday after
nobn party for the Udles was one of thi
I pleaaniit events of lhe wek Progre-
i sivt u lire was tne principal icnttire anil
inp prises wnicn nan i'en proviueei ny inc
ccittimltii' were handsome and appropri
ate .Mrs Txmlinsnn winning the nrst, a
Limns, pi i ter, nnd If J C, Hlsey the
secon I i Phoenix Canariensis palm On
net! W In, Hf nffernAAn Ihnr. ltss been
I arr.mg' 1 a game of progtesslve duplicate
iii!e en i ii oiiliaril rnmri neiwe-eii it.u
lllv in mli r- who hive bciome nulte ex
pert tinh Iho Ivories
The I.lliwood Pyslematlc Illble Study
clas met Ht Thursdnv evening wlh Sirs
Stir) !' Felishnns. Hit Lin wood avenue.
The class was led by Dr J A. P, M. Gin
The book ot Genesis vvns stud ed In all Its
lilstnrUal. seographltal nnd doctrinal
Phases. The class numbers among lis ment
hols Mrs .tames M !tiltev. Misses Jennie
W flower, Slary IkiIIIsc SlcGaw, Ffetlerb .1
Felishnns, Nina A lottnbrrt. and Slssrs
Frank A Rower, J A P, Sli Gaw James
S Rille.v, A R Wardner. Jr . William T
Young. George- A. AMsworth and Francis
P tinnier Next meeting Thursdi.i even
ing Apill 11
The Young Step's Current Rvnt Club
met III ngular session last Tuesdav even
ing nt lis rooms in the .Masonic building
Sir, Hirtlett reviewed the work of the Inst
congress from an unpirtlsnn slaiiJpolnl.
The, members then lined up In a match on
parliamentary law, conducted nfter the
manner of an old-fashioned "spelling nee "
.Mr. SlcCarthv opened the discussion of the
"tramp problem' In his usunl wlttv st)le,
Th discussion was well entered by thi
members, and manv Incidents of "hobo"
life were given to e-ontlrm that charily Is
too Indiscriminately besloweel upon the dis
ciples of "trumpery "
One of the best features of the meeting,
on March 2i, of the Young Slen's C V.
Club vvns a Joint debate of the Tour great
pirtles. Sir. A. 11. Wnrdncr, Jr. trcetite 1
the merits of the Republicans, Mr o 11
Swearlngen, the Democrats; Sir. Ilretit.thc
Prohibitionists., nml Sir Jnv SI. I.ee, the
Populists. The next number was n de
bite: "Resolved, That political turtles
are a benefit to the colintiy" b) Slessrs
Allen Hlshop and Linn .Me Call .Mr Clif
ford W. Chandler then read a piper on
"Isaac Pusev Ora v ." nnd "Charles Fred
erick Worth" received the attention or Sir
C T. StcDnhlnls. "The Y SI C V. C
Rttlletln," by Sir. Rahm. and the curient
event topic, "The Removal of the Stale
Capital," by Sir W. It Lovltt, concluded
Olive branch lodge No 13. Daughters of
Rebeknh, 1. o O. P.. gave n musinl and
literary entertainment at Stropes hall
April 4, which proved to be a. ver) enjoya
ble affair. The committee on entertain
ment was composed of SIesrs Nlcol.
Thompson. Olaspell, Logan and Thompson
Pirtlclpants in the programme were SIlss
Slae Slearns, jrss Tlllle Collins hiuI SIIs
Carrie limns, who has proven her-clf to
be one of the finest elocutionists of the
city. Professor C, II. Fish, the character
linpersonnter, alo took part. SIlss Dollle
Olaspell rendered a piano solo Sliss SIndge
Drogmund gave a danre Sirs Sue Drop
muntl and her S-year-old son, Slaster Rddle,
entertained the audience with a piano and
violin duet. Tho Challenge Quartette ren
dered some fine music and singlne. The en
tertainment closed with a social dance.
CLEVELAND MAKES A SPEECH.
1 be President It Ills Farewell to llrnrltlnii
l'lenipotcntl tries In u i rj cat
Washington, April C Haron IUo
Hranco nnti General Ccrqulra, the spe
cial Brazilian plenipotentiaries who
represented the case ot that country In
the arbitration of tho SIIslons boundary
contention with tho Atgetino Republic,
presented their letters of recall to Pres
ident Cleveland to-dny and said tare
well. These plenipotentiaries wete nc
companleel liy the attaches of the lega
tion and wcie piesented by Aclinp Sec
retary of State Fill in the blue room of
the White House. The speeches c
ehanged were rather out of the usual
Older, in view of the special character
of the mission, nnd the rem.uks of the
president in i espouse to llaron Rio
Bianco, who acted as spokesman for the
llrnlllan, were signidcant where they
Hutched on arbitration, having1 in mind
the elfons now being made to induce
(It eat ISritain to submit her boundary
dispute with Veiu.uela to this method
of settlement The Iiiazillnn. weie le-f-plendent
In gold lace and embroideries
and medals and red ribbons, in marked
contrast with the plain blue!; attlro of
the piesldent and Secretary I'hl.
After the foim.il presentation, Baton
Rio Bianco sale)
"Mr. Pte.sident. The nvvnrd rcndeied
by your excellency on the boundnrv
riucslion .submitted for aibltrntlon by
my Kovemment and that of the Argen
tine Republic under the treaty of the
7th of Septembei, lSh,a, has fulfilled the
object of ihe special missions which, dui
ins nearly two )eais, 1 have had the
good foituno to dlschaige, in conjunc
tion with General Cerqulrn. nenr the
person of jour cscellencj Tims- I hnve
now tho lionor to present two letters
from the piesldent of the Fnltei States
of Biazil, in one of which lie expresses
his appreciation and that of the Bia
zllian nation foi the gracious i-olitlunlp
with which otir excellency. In lhe midst
of the Ktavo duties pertaining1 lo join
lilRh olllce, oNamlneel nnel deterinlned
Hie question submitteel to our declslem
and in the other of which he gives notice
of tho lecall of the two lnlnlsteis on
special inKslon entrusted with tlie aelvn
catlon pf the rights ot lliai-ll
"Tho solution of this ancient contri
versy was ceitalnly a li.ippv and hiuior
nblc event tor the two friendly nations
which iuul recouise to the- enlightened
and Impartial judgment nf jmn excel
lency. The congratulations exchanged
between lhe pieslcbnih ol the iwo re
publics cleiuly demonsti.ite thut your
excellency's decision was ice lived in
both with satisfaction, inasmuch as by
the lumoval ot a cause of possible dis
cord nnd complication, it contributes
powerfully tow aid the consolidation nf
peace nnd towards strengthening tho
relations of tiniity und (rood will between
tho two nations
"It is Bratlfjlns to be aide to record
this nevv tilunipli of the principle, so
reasonable nnd humane, of internation
al iirbltititlcin, the piactiro of which,
.ilvvav.s euiiicstly advocated by the
V nl ted States of America, has become
mot o tieciient every clay and marks one
ot the gieatest advances ill the modern
law of nations "
The president replied as follows;
".Mr. Slinistei It Is very gratifying
to me to receive from jour hands the
lettci wheieby the president of the
United States of Hrazll expresses In his
name nnd that of tho Huilllan nation
tho apple-elation of my action in con
sentlng to consider and determine the
question of boundaries between your
countiy nnd the Argentine Republic,
which was submitted to me ns niblira
lor by the Joint choice of tho two parties
concerned In the contention.
"The United States have long nnd
earnestly advocated the resort to inter
national arbitration in settlement of
differences which may not be aineiinblo
to tho oidinary methods ot diplomatic
treatment, especially for the adjustment
of controversies depending hugely upon
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liiatorl ai facts and dete-imlnnble upon
oompete'nt oidenca .inel under lules
akin to theso which obtain in judicial
piocedurp Lending their i-xumplp, ns
they hno d'ino uii innny occasions, by
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Tho same glove In -i-button, at, Q" Kf
per pair yJ-.tll
Lndies' 4-button Glace, with Paris Point
Embroidery, in black anil solf-colors,
now Kaster shades, worth 01 A O
S1.75. at yl.io
Wo especially recommend this Glove.
Ladies' 4-button and 5-hook real kid,
black and nil colors, worth QU
$1 25, at fJUKj
1010 Main St.
llteifiu jei jeeilCJ
am offering the entire stock of
JaCCARd's at unheal d of rtiiuc
ions and you canno afford o
miss his opportunity, I
setting Diamonds, Watches,
Canes, UsinunLLAs, Siivi.r and
Plated Tea Sets at a discount
ollVi ter cenl 'J'"' goods arc
marked in plain figures at the old
pi tees, iiidxou know -ihev hwe
ALWAYS 1IEEN 'HIE LOWES I IN THE
CITY, CONSIDERING QUALIJV,
is the place and now is the tune.
R, V. NOCKER, Trustee.
1034 MAIN ST,
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
Ui4.nc.er7 owS'iiF ten s.'VxlV mJi'f
C .1, BAKKKt'""v;y,a?; Wu
NO FRAP OR DIMdi me?
If you use Woodbury's Facial
: i."- "" tv yt-urb experience
treating the skin. Druggists sell it,
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