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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, AP1UL1I, 1895.
T '.I V i -i HA " K'A ' W . X' 1
"i'v j-t -j-o-'w yj'is -r
AHA Y - !v., mc.rf '
-au.-.. ..j-w iiv-;? i , ;
1 cat nt my ", ami my mind vi nt rest,
The liollei-t feeling. rre llllliift my breast,
Tor I knew 1 was finely anil nljllshly
And via catinl) convince! t a tooklne
Hut Die mtnlcnl drones,
In monotonout tones,
F nt a fpellnt of droivulfiess. all throURh
Anl vision; unusual my "ensM l-i.pr"d.
Til" air nil about tne wai surely iiosseesed
Willi curlou" things
Which soared upon vvlnr.
Or wnetl llirough th nlr eiiJiended by
I thought tney vvera uuttcrfllM. falrl-i or
Hut on cloer Inspection they proed to
Of eury drscrlptlon, from tteplei to flMn;
And though moving fur jc.un In the best of
I never have een such enormous variety
of cottnue and iok.
Of turlnn nd toque.
Trimmed with feathers of ostrich, and
fnthers of coiue
Then were bonnets of elvet and bonnets
Tor ever oeeislon and every pHc,
llonnets of nilki and bonnets of satin4,
IJonm-ts for veitpers. and bonnets for
Uonnets of Jet,
And bonnets of net.
A Gjlnborouch. beincr, vvllh wide rolling
A demure little Kjpiy. exeeodlncly prim
Ther) vver hats of nil colors, blue, white,
Kreen and illicit.
Tumid up In front, and turned up in the
And a ripple edped, feather trimmed bead
ed felt pHu.ue
And all of thes-c hats.
I.Ike a croat swarm of gnats,
The whole place oersprad,
And to my Kreat dread
Each one seemed determined to light on n
I Irled hard to jay,
"Oh, take them away,"
when the voice of .. neighbor devoutly Im
plored At my tide. "Wo beteech Thee to hear us,
I cnu atrcit atari, I awoke with a lurch
In as Laite-r. nnd X had been sleeplnc In
Carolyn 'Wells, In Vocue,
KANSAS CI.UI1S OOS-SIl'
By the kindly pmerosllj of the Chau
tnunua board It has been the nlp-isant work
of the wriur to collect and publlh in th
Ottawa Assembly Herald a list of the- wom
en i literary clubH of Kansas and Kmt
U .Mo. with the hope thut through the
medium of the Heinld. clubs mik-lit be
come better aMpiuinud and their cood
works bo carried Into the thousands of
Kans-as homes where the little paper is
a ri-KU)ar and wo believe n. very welcome
visitor That the work has been succiss
ful i ntteted bj main nppreet itlve lettcis
recetved. Another object has been to fur
ther the Intt rests of tho Social Kfienec IVil
eruilon. and to the president, Mrs. Scam
mqn, the writtr ia ureath Indebted for as
bIiii e in fntherltiK cluli news and In
brttib nR toi,vthtr In the women's eounell
a the assembly so miny of the brlKhttut
tl .b womtn of tin- state, whfre ivr thins
on fcarth of Inttrebt to women 13 consld
erci nqu-il PiiffraB" political ind temperance
ort .nidations are nut Included in the list,
frrii the fact that thty have papers of
tluir own. organs of their respective creeds
ai 1 belief.
fi.r neirly three sears' work the list
b is reached the sum of 133 clubs, US of
w' h belonpr to Kansas. nverv month
J r ns new names, and ns many of the po
ll il clubs of list sear's campalBn are
orhinlzlni; as studv clubs tho Hit will
Br w 1 inldly the tomlns months
I 1 1 ka leads with her twents'-elght
in.iKiiiK our neauiiiui capital cus
" V inner tlub town of Kansas
i' Social Selenee JVderatlon, known In
1 in r 5-eais us tne social science t'lub,
" -iionKest club of women In the West,
h a is tho column thtro.
w. hlfi comes ne-st with nine clubs, tho
known bein the famous Ifypatta, who,
ln- In th. ir own oliib house dare du
.1 1 hint,-, from bamruetlnir dlstlnnulsheil
1- 's toejitlnir i newspaper the Wichita
M 11 r of thf Jlth ult VliiB their laa'
e iprise. a beauilfjllv 1 ilted idltlon. with
1 ipplemrm cominliiif a full pane of
r r 1 it's of the numbers of the club, con
s tu ms a "Hyp itlt Souwnlr." The work
i i luuiuuy inKrivea ano tne n ctures
1 ' 1 ke, preentIK a rare mingllnc of
s r nth. Brace and refinement, as dls-
pi iv a in tno features or Kansas women,
Kansi City Kas., with her eight clubs,
1 i 1 local federation which has been a
v.rv dellfrhtful feature of club life In this
ri'Ke. ui isatinas rules iaese entcrpris
inir women have undertaken the ostabllsh-
nec 1 1 Institution
Lawrence, aptly termfd thf Athene of
K 11 sas, while not having as many clubs
n Topeka. Kansas City or Wichita, has
m of tho ol lest, and probably accorn
t i's the most thorough work of our
Kinii clubs. Ottawa and .Minneapolis
hi. nevt In number with their bright,
e irnrst workers,
T eavenworth, while not having as mnny
1 ts as other 1 Itles of Us size, has a
lire number of lub women the Art
I. nine alone having over ICO member".
Th - organisation has planned the estnb-
I sbment of an art school that will offer
'1 th. ambitious an students of Kansas
fn liss instruction They also publish a
0 H H'ed monthly paper the Art League
"') r i I le Anothei well known club Is tho
Si ur las Club une of the oldest In Kan
fi Mrs C" H C'ushlnir, ex-prealdeiit of
th' Social Sclem f Club Is an honored
member The VnlHler Club Is 1 omposrd of
.1 bright lot of soting womti who are doing
fin work In their chosen studies livirs
flub woman c members with pleasuio the
pra Sous hospitality 01 the Leavenworth
club women who have so often entertained
th" So lal Silen e Club
Fort Scott, I'anlt, Vetvton. reabody, OH.
the iiburn Kredonli Itnlion Ilurllngtnn,
AMen Klnatnaii, Auhlsou Cheiopa,
O aere cits Cftrhond'ile, IlinwHthi Juno
ticn Cltj-, Arkansas ctv Old. ml, llmporjt,
r in I) flrnve Manhattan, Qiutumo
Hutcblnon Wlnfleld, Chunuto and Sallna
are all tenreseuted In the list with many
sfrneg clubs Alillme, .1 unci Inn city nnd
Manhattan lul.s have united In what is
call d the 'Trio" Twice a Star tbej meet
bold u verltallw "fenM of ri.mon" closing
with a hati'iurt whoi.c bright toasts dis
prove the assertion of the Hon Chaumey
M It 1'evv that thi re are no after dinner
talk rg mni'iiK women He has fvldtutly
P'v.r heard or n'Vir heaid of the vvltty
r'nb women of Kansas tlnipnrlu's befct
known cluh Is the Junto, of which .Mrs I.
II Kei!o;r m-presldtnt of the Social
R lem Club, Is a prominent member.
fine rf ih uoeefu village clubs Is the
R( Itl Science club of Quenemo Osage
root" Tl is ilub was tho first to come
Into 1 lal Si. hm. 1 J '. 1I.1 utlon Jt s 10111
roseft f men. women nnd chlldrtn, tanging
In in from v to 7.' sears. Membership
tu r-iiieis fiibtv Their work Is plumed
ifer ih inann. r of tho mother club, thfc
Social Science Toleration.
I'd In Ottawa county Is a fine country
Huh ill it takes In sevtal townships In
terrltorv- and 1 as a membership of lflu.
wn orcanirei for social and benevolent
purposes The skk j.nd toor are looked
after the sublects of poultry tabling but
ter making fruit preserving, the fare of
children the core of thtlr clothing, the
food for both body and mind. In fact every.
thlnff of InUrtst to farmers' wives Is taken
$!S cry V
up and dlcused The meetings are held
alternate Thurwl-tss nt the farmers' homes.
It Is a tlllllcult matter to gain Informa
tion nhnut the eountrv clubs Wo know
there are mans, but they are slow In send
ing names of club and otllcers to the Her
ald. Spate will not permit further men
tion In detail of the ninny Interesting clubs,
but the writer hopes that at the coming
annual meeting of tho Soiltl Science red
eratlon. to be held In I.tavenworth. Miv
2 nnd 3. the 1M Kansas clubs will be
represented and will unite In 11 state fed
eration that will bo the prldo of Kansas
and a contlnti il Inspiration to all her
broad-minded, Intelligent women
I'AHOUNi: i: PIIENTIS.
Programmes for the Soclil Science Club
meeting nt Leavenworth, Mav 2 and 3, are
Just out and promise o. rare Intellectual
TIiril'mAY MOUNI.VC.0 O'CLOCK.
Invocation, Mrs. LHziboth Mtiso,
Address of welcome. Miss Florence Itea
lictone. Mrs Lor.i It Prlddy, Wichita.
Iteport of recording secretary.
lteport of corresponding secretary.
Itciiort of treasurer
Iteport from the Women's Council at
Ottawa, Mrs. Xoblo Prentls, Kanis Cits,
Report from the blennltl of the Generil
Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. l'.ind.v
Clarkson, Kunsas Clt, Mo.
Iteports fiom Federated Clubs.
The Ideal Club. (Discussion In three-minute
Points for discission Club relations to
charltv, municipal reform, the home nntl
general culture, entertainments and open
dass, club courtesies limitation of num
bers, pipers and extemporaneous speak
ing, club dues and business methods,
courses of studv, department work, parlla
mentnrv Inw. club organ, club homes.
THFltsOAY AFTF.lt.VOOX 2 O'CLOCK.
Iteport of committee on credentials.
Ki ports of new 'dubs
Hi port of executive council
Annual address, Mri. Lauri C Scam
mon The Ideal Federation. (Discussion In
three-minute spt-eches ) Points for dls
tussion: Mlxesl clubs, may thev fetlerite?
Club extension, how may the federation be
come more helpful to clubs? 1-iocil federa
tion, state and general federation.
Appointment ot committees.
4 O CLOCK
Department of fducitfon
Paper -"Value of Kindergarten Work In
Public Schools," Mrs. Mars" Stone Greg
Discussion Mrs a C Pierce, Junction
Cltv , Mrs. Fred Orlllln, Kansas City, Mrs.
Fdlza Bowman Topek 1
G TO 8 O'CLOCK.
Iteceptlon nt the Soldiers' home, Mr
Governor A Smith nnd Mrs Gnvernor H.
X Morrill, assisted bv Mrs. Scammon
7'IUDAY MIINING 0 O'CLOCK.
Iteports of special committees.
10 10 O'CLOCK
Department of uatuial science
Paper 'Self nee as a Ilasis of educa
tion '' Miss Frances i: Hall. Tort Scott
Discussion Mrs Kate M. Kent. Purllng
ton, Mrs J T Ijeonard, Glrard; Mrs.
Miry T !ras. Kansas city
Department of civil government.
A plea for legal knowledge among
Discussion Mrs I.illa. Dav Monroe, W'a
keenev, Mrs Fannie Adklnson Parsons;
Mrs DUa W. Tlrown, Holton, Mrs. Jennie
.vi lseuogg, i.mpona; .vtrs j 11 I'as'nc,
Kansas Cits, Mo
FP.IDAY AF PFllNOOX-; O'CLOCK.
Department of hanltnrs' Science.
Paper' Domestic Sanitation," Dr. Jessie
Discussion Mrs J W Norvell, Olathe;
Mrs I 0 Pickering, Olathe; Mrs. D. J.
Miss, Apri ntlne
Department of Phllantluopy and Heform
Paper conditions of Child Labor In
Ann rlca," Mrs. Julia Pond Farrlngton,
Discussion Mrs Janette Sutherland Snow.
Ottawa Mrs Ida Parker, Quenemo, Mrs
u. 1: vviKier. .viannattan
ilenai inn 111 of Literature
Paper 'Tendencies of Modern Fiction,"
Mrs. Malvlna A Slngi r Wichita.
Discussion Mrs Mlnnl Plaster, Kansas
Clt 5. Mo. , Mrs May L'ngstrom Hoss, Wich
ita, Mrs. Sallle Toll r I hlta
t o'i lo. k
Address "The Typkal American Wom
an," Will Allen White, Kansas City, Mo.
X'ltlDAY EVnXIXa-T.dO O'CLOCK.
At the Art .eigne Studio.
"An Hvenlng With the Pre-ltaph.aelltes,"
illustrated with tho scloplicon and auto
types. Department of Art.
Mrs. S "Vt. Jones, Leavenworth, Chairman.
"Prt-Itaphaelism," Mrs S W Jones,
"The Brotherhood " Mrs. Florence M.
Sketch of Itosfttl as a pqtt. Mrs. AVU1
lam Dill Leavenworth
ltetltatlon. "The Blessed Damozel" (Ros
Btttl), Mrs. C. C Goddard, L'avenvvorth.
' The Intinence of the Pre Itaphaelltea on
American Art," Mm. Kate Aplington.Coun
'Modern Ait and American Artists," Ar
thur H. Jameson, New York.
Oititirs Ptesiduit Mrs Laura 11. Scam
mon, Kansas Cits, .Mo., tlrst vice president,
Mrs. Jennie M K llo.'g. llmpoila, record
ing StKretarj', .Mrs, Florence M Hopkins,
Le ivriiworth. corn hpondlng si cretin y. Mrs.
Lilian W Hale, Kansas v,ity, treasurer.
Mis Henrlette Stoddard- miner I'.iola;
auditor, Mrs. Noble Prentls. Kansas, cits'.
Chairmen of standing committees. Fdit
catlon, Mrs A. O. Pierce, Junction city;
art und archaeologs-, Mrs S W. Jones,
Leavenworth, literature, Mrs M A Singer,
Wtihita, domestic and svnltary science.
Mrs 1. O Pit leering tilatln . n ituial
silence. Miss Frances 1; Hull, Fort Siott;
history and tlvll government, Mrs J II
Pavne, Kansas Cits. .Mo , philanthropy and
ritorm, .Mrs Juntlle S hnuw, uttnvva.
Committees Committee 011 credentials,
Mrs J L Hunting, Leavenworth, Mrs ,
W Hurl Abilene, Mrs, L Houk, Hutch
Inson, Mrs. J L. II lines, chanuto.
1,0' al committee of arraiideinents Mrs. J,
W Spi.atles, chaliman.
lttieptlou committee Mrs, C. H. Brace,
Futertainment couunlttee Mry, V. W.
.Music committee - Mrs. Nlckols, chair
man. A unique event In local club entertain
ment was the reception given to the Wom
en's Literals clubs of Kansas, city, by the
Woman's Heading club, in their ball, iilj
Walnut street, last Tiusdas afternoon In
vltatious were extended to many 'if the
llterars clubs of iho my to enjos with the
W It. Club 11 leeiuie on municipal govern
ment given by tho Hun 1! II Allen .s
a pun of their sear's work, this club his
bvcted some time each uioiiih to the
studs of municipal t'overmn.ni mid a keen
Interest was i-cinsi im tills aroused i'ha
address given could not fail to Impiesi
every woman present with the imiHjrt.uisi)
uf a thorough knowledge ut a matter that
ssj 1 losels tomtoms herself nnd family
On motion by Mrs I c McNeill, u. vote
of thanks was tendered the I nuur for
the pleasure and benefit derive I tv -the
Huitleacr from his cx.cll. m ml 11 .-k 11 u
lnteicsllnir tu noti us tine mnn .lem .nnq-
tluil of the Intellei lualmhaneeuunt of K in
wi Cit) that this kubjei t, whbh 11 few
sears ago would have met Indifference,
here rvctdvei! the, elosest .uttnliou from
each of the 'ifu ladles present, and a
thoughtful consldtratloii that promises well
for the future.
Two vikjI solus, entitled. "Sprlntlme"
and "Veslerdas." were rendered by Mrs,
Verne luthbert in a er pleasing man
ner Uy request, the work of the different
club for the sear was outlined tier a ret,.
resento-tlvu from each, thus drawing closer.
the botfvl of syuiiisths and giving to eachj
cluh prisent n stimulus to better work In
t ie futur. Tli lin. roft Club wm repre-
II lit 1 by Slr. lllll h.bps,. the Overs'
. tul.er W. ,k Kir-. lenut: Tuesday
Mjrnihif bl 1 ly e'las, Mrs Ada Illklnsi
Frbnls In I'outuil, JIrs Kingslcs! Alter
nate Tdc lis Mrs C. W, Alosher: New
ItVniurs, Mrs Mirlnei tstjrt Literary
ciui jus iiugewns . ttie vvomansive.au
Inr Itib, Mts. J C. Davis uihcr clubs In
ltil, whose itpi-escmatlvcs vvete not
leaned, wire the Tuistlis Afternoon Lit
erars Com-lave. The .Mauaiine Coterie, In
11 dry tlub, kl Club, Hi'tors Club of ',
D, kins" club. F.tigllsh History and Liter
anil. 1 lass. The M. P. M Class, and the
l'l linn Hub The hall was beautifully
il eorntod with Ihe tirtllonal eoluis, palms
mid the elub flower, tarnations.
The reunion of the Albion C. L. S. C.
was held nt the home of Mrs. John W,
lturtf, of Ji.'2 Cherrv Street. Inst Thursday
afternoon from J to 6. The event proved
most delightful. Mrs Hush was grace
fully; nnlsied in her duties as hostess by
Mrs.'F. C Fox.
This elrcle was organled In the fall ot
18W, nnd continued to miet regularly for
four ears. The nflernoorv exercises were
formally opened b the Ilrst vice presl
dent, Mrs .1, 11 Jlurd Her entertaining
address concluded with the following re
"It Is benttlng Hi it to-dav wo should
have a thought for our much beloved
Illshop Incetit. and n little Incident 1
onu heard hlni tell comes to my mind
'A moiher and child were travrllnRVnrough
leiutlful scenerv The mother was en
JSlng the beauties without, set at th"
same time h' Id the lintul nnd listened,
with ft e pnitls upturned, to the chatter
or the little one intehlng the light nnd
beauty of the Hntlscnpe while listening
to the sweit prattle of her child. So let
us keep aur fares turned that while reach
ing out an I clasping hands here below, and
tie e'ing life In all Its realities, we may at
the same time catch glimpses of our heav
enlv home rvui -o muih that our faces
nmv retlect the light of "Him, who having
not ien," vve love I cannot close ms re
imrks without a word to our 5011111- ladles
who brought us 0 much sunshine, and
miny bright smiles to chcr tis on our was-.
M v vou each strive to be "birth's noblest
thing, a woman perfei ted.
I Th" secret try of the first yar, Miss
Mollle Push ealbd the roll and each re
sjionde 1 with a quotation tnken from the
F.as'er curds which ha 1 been presented is
ouvenirs Miss Lottie llarrett's piano solo
ivviis follow, d ls reminiscences given bv
'Mrs 1: Divvson, the only member who had
b mm and cradmled from the Albion Cir
cle She brought vivldlv to the minds, not
only the Intellectual features, but the in
cidental happenings of the cimuauqtia
1 ircie wnicn in turn, moved tier ne irer
lo smiles nn 1 tears Mrs "W G ITavves
1 then anc "Absent" and the old favorite.
isamieen vinvournecn. v poem was rcau
bv Miss Mavu'e Hush which covered the
four v ear reidlng Mrs "Meeker ren Irred
a selection frlm Peethnven. Dalnt re-
Mrchments were served by Miss Mabel
Hush and Mls Alb e Dawson at the close
of which a lieiutlful china cup lllled with
tea was passtd fiom which each member
sipped, and told of the various experiences
Hint hal come to them through the Ch iu
t uiqiia work and then was sung "ltlet
Pe the Tie That Hinds and the Clnnt.au
qa salute to the hostess concluded the
afternoon Pv a un inlmous vote It was de
cided lo make the alumni a permanent or
ganization and the following executive
committee was apnolnted. Mr John W.
Push Mrs j 1: Meeker nn 1 Mrs J D
Clough The guests were as follows Mes
dames J 1-. Purd 1 D Clouch. C K
Plat kma Jameson, Y Plnkston. L A
Push Gilliam. Vsnce 1! W Hush Fulton.
A H Xod I 1; Sleeker It H ltv nobis,
Panta F lawon M Terileur L Johnson,
F xr Ilob'-in M II Wools W O Hawes
L It Andrews. John W Push nnd "Misses
Funice Fulton Mellle push Lottie Barrett,
Flla Llthgovv nnd Maude Bush
The cominntlve quiet of the Lenten per
iod will be foowe.l !s a round of gaieties
Mrs. Henrj L" Provvn and hei d mgliter
Miss Bunion Brown of 12vt Washington
street nslsted bv Miss nose I fa good, will
rntertnin guests to-morrow aflemoon. and
It Is siid otto voce of course that at
that time there will be a formal nnnoance
ment of n June wedding In which the
daughter of the house Is one of the prin
cipals and Mr Will Winn the other Cer
tainly the event will be one that will call
forth mutual congratulations for the voting
couple are universalis' popular, with a
large circle of lifelong friends In this cits-.
Mrs Henrv C Harper's luncheons will
be prominmt in the week's annals Mss
Jessi. Hall's dancing parte- takes place on
TuesiHj evcnlnc and then there Is the
voiing tidies' eotllllon at the Casino on the
isth It goe without savlmr that the
voung men with Invitations arc extremely
happj and those without nie correspond
ingly depr-ssoil The married coup!, s who
will assist In entertaining and preside at
'the favor tables are- Mr and Mrs Fran
cis McCard. Mr and "Mrs Irvine W, Plg-
I ger Mr nn 1 Mrs s H Prs-or Mr and
Mrs iMvvard Flllson, Mr and Mrs ,T M
Xuckols, Jr. Mr. and Mrs Hen Bartlett
Mr and Mrs Harrv Reed Mr. nnd Mrs
Marshall Baldwin, Mr. nnd Mrs Hal Gaj--lord
The hostesses ni-e Miss Marran t
Keith Miss Oei trade Hudson Miss Adah
Chart, s Hudson Mls Annette. IVrrin.
Miss Carolyn Savers Miss Alice Chappell,
Miss Georgette Jones Miss Anna Fngllsh,
AIlss Laura Lre, Miss Susan Black. Miss
Peail Kctchum Miss Ni Ille Kvans Miss
,T)relte Richardson, Miss Hessle Brown
.Miss Helen Medsker Miss Mai Hlnklc, Miss
Anna Carkeiv r, Miss Jessie Keith Miss
P. nelope Ifall Miss Julia Woods Miss
Ktta Mercer Miss Kllzabeth Gentry Miss
Mumle Chiles, Miss MsrtU Balrd, ' Miss
! Jissie JIrLI,
I Mr and Mrs D. V Hunter, of P.1G Troost
avenue, have Issued invitations In celebra-
ciuii 01 meir vventietu wea, ling annlver-sats-,
the evening of the .'.M, from 7 to 9.
Miss rrliice, of Qutncs', 111, and Miss
Noland, of St. Louis, will be guests of
honor at Miss Ktta Mercer's dancing party
on the Hath.
Mrs. Richard II Duko, Mrs James T
Tavlor nnd .Mrs Thomas W. Parry have
i!ir'1? 9" Jot Wednesdas afternoon, April
21, at C3t Troost avenue
A quiet vyeddlng of the wek will be that
ot Sips Hda . Marli Bachmin. daughter of
tils 1 . ... ." uHiiut, 10 vir. ejeorge 11
I Pe.lc, rext Widnisdis at I, p. m at the
li-lteme of the biide'a mother. ls;a Camp
liill streei finis relativis and Immedlatu
fib mis will be present. Miss Bithman is
one of Kansas Cits's moat charming soung
ladles, nnd Mr. Peck Is well known In so
cial emd business circles being vice prcsl
',1,"n.fif.,hl r.'0s.'geti Dr Ooods ("ompins.
His fiih.r, Mr ilcprg. IVsk, a piomimnt
caplialisl, of Detiolt, Midi, arrlveel In the
cits yisi.rdas and will remain until after
the wedding Rev S, M Need will be the
oiliilitlng minister. At home announcement
cards are for 1033 Broadway, alter May 11.
1 Tim man-lane of Miss Katharine Lee
Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J T
Holmis in Sh Fietl Hutllg will take place
next Wednesdas evening at s 30 p m m
Calvary Baptist 1 hur h. Rev I fin
I.ovvis ollblating Miss Nannie Holmes and
Mbs IJrta Mer.ei vxlll be maids or hnnoi,
and MIsj Nellie Hvans MHs i:i,ali'th
Russell Miss Anna Cnrkener Mlfs Alia
B lie Hugh, s, .Miss Mill Illnkle nnd Miss
l.lUalii tli Allen, bridesmaids, Messrs Bis
buii Jums, Wilson Conk, Warner Colvllle
Oeorge Caikeii. r, vVIII S Webb. Arthur
Tin c man and luseph tluihrle. ushers and
groomsmen A mimbcr of ilower chillriu
will also be in atiend.mce Professor Owens
will preMle .it the ornii and vocal num.
ben will be rendered by Mls Nellie. Lums
Miss Mirg.aut IVnk and Mr. tiny Allen
Tim bridal paiiy will be entertained nt the
Holmes homestead at 7 o'clock. Reception
guests nio Ins lied ut S '
Mr and .Mrs Preston Roberts, of Inele
pendeiiee, have suit out cards for the mar
riage of their niece. Miss Jennie urnisby
regg, to Mr Ctwrleu Smith Keith, of this
Anrll 25. at 11 a 111 Ml-s Josle eie.,..- .. nt
be maid of honor and .Mr Clarence Hast,
inus, glooms best man. Dr. Henlek. Mi
Lawn me cuniilnjthum, Mr Frank fjites
ami Mi. Hairs Pottersoa will oilicl ite as
The marriage of Miss Viola Means,
daughter of Mr nnd MrB c ti. MeaiiB
to Mr. Uairett JJIIIson. is hnnounccsl for
Tues.as, April 30, (it 7 oVloek at tho Cen.
tral PresbsterUn church
A pretty home wedding of April 21 will
lie that wt Miss Altn X Cole-man, daushter
,,'.,..,,,?r "I1:1 f rs . )v' -. pieman, to Mr.
William M. Hawkins, of tho Kansas City
postolllco department. Miss Hoset Rldg.
was" will be maid of honor and Mr. Roy
Jlusted, of Kansas Cits', Kas best man.
Invitations have been Issued for the mar
riage of Miss Myttle lilllitte, daughter of
Ml. and Mrs A, W GUI. ttu, S1W Hast
Twelfth street, to -Mr William L" Meek,
of St. Louis, Wednesdas, April 17, at
o'clotk p. in.
Mrs. Annie Austin, of 2531 Penn itreet,
ah I -Mr IMvvard, r. HoarI(,of Bait Lake
C v, I f, will be tnnrtl-d tho last of
Mls Mabel, McDongal, of this city, nnd
Mr Ilsbert 11 Rudolph, of Canon City,
Col, were married last Wednesday even
Itig nt the residence of the.brldo's parent".
Judge and Mrs. 11 C. McDotittal, 21M
Tn -t nvenue. llev S. M Neel, pnslor
of the Central Presbj terl ill church, olll
tlatij 'lhc wedding was pile of nuiet
grve nnd elegtiiee, with guests limited
only lo immediate famils-. friend". . Pink
prevailed In llonil rin oration with lovely
erte t. Miss Minnie Merlnc Plnved the
welding march from, 'IjOhengrin, prrced
lug the ceretnons, and the lender note" of
"Annie Uatirle" during congratulations,
The bride wore a dainty gown of white
silk with rnrnlture or r.are lace and peitrl
bahds ller ornamenls , were diamonds,
nn 1 her point lace hnntlkerihlef was ihe
same slmt her mother cartled when herself
a brlle. Her bouquet wns n fchower form
of pink roses. Mrs. M'-Dougal wis assist
ol In serving refreshments by Ml"" Dor
othr V Stiles and Mls Iletia Harwood,
who presided at the corfee nntl Ices,
'I tin heiae Is n tnemher of the Soling
Ladlts' Boat Club ninl nlo of the New
Century Club, nnd hns.mnnv frlentls, won
bv her amiable nnd beautiful traits of
character. Their best wishes nrcompahv
her to her hew home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ru
ilolph leave for Csnoti City, Col., the last
of this week.
On last Tne"diy evening nt 8 o'clock the
Sixth and 1roptct Cltrlsilnn church was
tho scene of a very pretly wedding Ml""
Planch Mlddnilgh. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Grant Mlddatitth, was united In
mtrrlagctoDr Harry Mc.Milli n Rev. Dr.
Combs performing the ceretnons. The
altar was beautlfnliv decorated with
palms nntl Uaster lilies, forming nn ct
fectlve background for the grouping of
the bridal parts. Mrs S M Daniels pre
sided nt the orenn and as the strain" of
the "Wedding Chorus" from "lejhengrin"
floated out on the nlr, the bridal parts en
tered, preceded by the ushers, Messrs. j.
S Donaldson, O. 11. Mnxwell. Dr. T II.
Cunningham nnd Dr W C K lluchannn.
Thev were followed bv Miss Helen Bonnl
vvell, the maid of honor. The Ilower girl,
little Untile French, In a. fair) -like gown
of dainty white, came In advance of the
bride, who entered leaning upon her fath
ers nrm. They vvere met nt the altar bv
the groom nnd his best man, Mr. Brooking
T Hlckmati. During the ceremony, "can
Me Thine Own" was plaved softly. The
bride, a verv lovely blonde, wore a gown
of white silk crepon, en trnlne, with cor
sage and sleeves of white satin, daintily
outlined with penrl trimming The long
veil was cnught with lilies of the vallrs.
She carried brl le's roses and lllle of the
Vttlles Ml"s Ilonnlw II wore a charming
gown of azure blue silk, veiled In chiffon,
with a rarnlturo of forget-me-nots She
cartled Raster Hilts Dr and Mrs Sic
Mlllen left for tho South ami on their re
turn, April 23, will be at home at 2C31 Hast
Mrs. nice 15. Miner rave a lovels Easter
luncheon on Tuesday last for her sisters,
Mis, Rollins Hockadas, of Columbia, and
Miss Clara Burnhain, who Is home from
Smith's college, for spring- vncitlon.
The soung laelles were Invited to
"spend the afternoon and bring their
needlo work." Present were. Miss
Lucy Sears, Miss Margaret Keith,
the Misses Leldlgh, Miss Cora Squler, Miss
Alue Channel.. .Miss Anna Indlsh. .Miss
Jessie Hall, Miss Jeslo Keith, Miss
Mas Karnes. Miss Msrtle Balrd Miss
isntnarinu Sleeper, the .Misses lfalbert,
.Mrs. IU1 Gas lord.
A great degree of artistic beauty was a
mnrked feature of the "companies" given
In honor of Miss Katharine Holmes during
the past week. Miss i,ilzab-th Russell s
dining of Tuesdav evening was strlkinely
beautlful. The centerpiece of the largu
table was a heart of red carnations
plereed I15 an nnow of Hhlio carnation"
This was ct tn ferns and tendrils or -!-lax
were carried to a iloral '11 " one on
the light nnd the other on the left, Vaes
of red carnations also rested on the table
(oasts and responses were particular'
hipp). Present wire Miss Holmes, Miss
Btttle Russell, Mis, Xannle Holmes, Mss
Ktta Mercer, Miss Hlizabeth Allen. Miss
All 1 Belle Hughes, Miss Ann 1 C.ukener
Miss Fdith Prince of fjuincy. 111 , .Miss
Xellle Fvans the Misses Russell, Miss Bun
ton Brown Miss Nellie Lucas, Miss Leila
Summer. -Messrs. Huttlr, Warnei, Col
v Ille. 'George Cark ner, Will Webb, Brv
son Jones, Arthur lure-nan, Joseph Guth
rie. Charles Dougherty Lsnn Banks, Guy
Allen and Charles Aeikius.
Miss Holmes, her maids of honor nnd
tin lesmnids were enteitainid liv Mrs Ben
jamin A B.utlett at a lovels vcllovv lunch
eon on Wednesdas. Guest cards had his
loilcal dat.s with a im mory contest, in
which Miss FlUabotb Allen won the pri.e.
The Holmes-lluttlg bridal partv vvere
guests at Mr and Mrs Robert J. Holmes'
elegant dining on Wednesdiv evening
Their pretty home at 2711 Last Ninth street
w ts embowered "svlth tropical plants, ami a
stringed orchestra furnlshel merry music,
screened b) tow 1 ring p elms The dinner
table lml .1 center bowl an 1 Hanking vases
of white and pink roses Guest cnids were
banded In pink roses an 1 etch one was
pierced bs a lung-steinmc 1 n itural white
or pink rose Ices were serv.d in pink ami
white rose shape A card game re. suite I
In the award of prizes to Miss Holmes and
Miss Ktta Mercer's breakfast on Friday
was also attended bs Mr ltuttlg and Miss
Holmes nnd their attendant- Pink and
white were beiutifully blended in dceoia
tion, with quantities of sweet peas as the
ftvored tlower An immense c.andel ibra
In the center of the laid, was lllled with
white tapers twinkling under pink shades
Cards were distribute 1 bearing the name
of some famed eharacter In romance or
hlstor.v, with a request for the name of the
book and author to which each properly
belonged. '1 ht ewnrd of piizes fell to Miss
Allen and Mr. W llson Cook.
Mr and Mrs Hugh L McFIroy enter
tained at nn elegant dining vest id is, in
compltment to Rcsv. Dr. and Mrs. Wharton,
of Baltimore, Md Other guests were Rev.
Dr and Mrs Neel. Rev Dr and Mrs S M
Neal, Rev and Mrs. J o B. Lovvrs, and
Mi and Mrs. John L Peak.
Last Thursday evening Miss Bessie Mar
shall or "ii Fast Flghth stieet. enter
tained the I'ardenten Club at hie-h tuc
The pntlor" w.re prettils Illuminate,! with
sellow cnnep.el lamps and dtcked with
bowls of laiuatlons and loses Pris'esi vvere
won by Miss Anna Parker und .Mr. J 1'.
Hambrlck Jr. Piesent were Misses Anna
Parker. Kmma Baer. Addle Parkt r. Kat-h-ailne
Hair. Lsdia. Parker, Sidle Marshall,
Gussle Manning Hula IS.ainull, Myrtle
Duncan, Maud Dai nail, JulU Sheriff, Nel
lie Comstoek, siissi-. F. R exiell, G F,
I.aughlln, S T. Lewis, F C. Ross. J. K.
James H W Clngett, S. W Nngrile, F J.
Sheriff, tl. II L'hlers, J D. Hambrlck, Jr..
W S. F.asiun Msron Keeton. The club
will give a dinelng party at the Casino
Thursday, Apill '-3.
Mrs. Morris Mann, or 3231 Flora nvenue,
gave a charming afternoon foi soung la
dies In compliment to her sister, Miss
l.conore II. Miles, of St Louis Present
were: Misses Maud Hills, Fthtl Hugh),
Illunche Choteau, Rose Green, Lol 1 Fru
zei, Hdlth Flayer. Lulu Saner, Mas Can
non, Kstelle Spied, Lilly Brooks, Claia
Lewis and M irs Ine Mann, Mis David
A Miles, Mrs Robert .. Drake and .Mrs.
J. W. Forss'the.
Mrs. D. B Carpenter entertained the C.
C Club on Tuisdny livening, at lit, Har
rison street. The evening was spent 111
plaslng progressive high live. 'I he ilub
pile was won by Mis J C. Sporledei,
and the visitors' prli". by Mr L D. Lat
imer The following vlsiiors wete present
besides the club members Mrs J. c
Yost Mrs W. H Cook, Miss Mury Clns
ton Mr. i: D Latimer The next mee-tlng
of tho club will be nt Mr ', Clarke's. Mi;
Fast Sixteenth street, Tuesd.15 evening
Mr and Mrs. J. W. ("le rman entertained
the Hast Side Leisure Cluh Manila) even
ing at progiesslve Ltnhie Mtmlnii pies
em Mr. and Mrs. W 1. F.vans, Ji and
Mrs W W. Whs le, Mr and Mrs J, W
Hvvnit Mr and Mrs O W Buil.i Ml and
Mis, Theodore Bishop. Mi nntl Mrs. Wal
ter llolllvvell, Mism Wi)ie Mi Geutis.
Prizes were won by Mrs Bishop and Mr.
llolllwell. The club will meet Mondas-,
April -'.'. with .Mi und Mrs llolllwell
The regular monthly business meeting of
the J P. F Club was hell at the home of
Miss Nadlne Jaccard. of Forest avenue
Tho last social leceptlon foi the winter
was given at tho homo of Miss I.lda Pratt.
of llellefontulno avenue. Miss Llllle Bar
z.ii. of lli.'v Bellefonialiic, will entertain the
club at Its next meeting. Among members
and gues's vvero: Misses Maude Svvalu,
Mauilii I-off, Nottlo Chambers, Velma VI11
sard, Ildni Scott, Llda Ptatt.Orace catlat.
Nudlne Jaccard, Llllle Hansen; Messrs,
Clsde J -Mead, Frank Barber, Chatles
Kldd, Hairy C. Alien, Kla Vlnyaid and
Boss ard girl from t lo 12 sears of age
will give a very delightful entertainment
nt Independence Avenue M, 1;. chuieh
next Friday evenln&f under the ausple.es
of the ladles of the church. Participants
In the programme will wear attractive
eostunifs. Ihe numbers will Include a
grand march, recitations, vocal and Instru
mental music, the Utile Patriots' drill and
other entertaining features. Admission, 15
cents, Children, 10 cents.
The surplleed choir of Cathedral parish
will be entertained by the Mother's Club
of said parish on Faster Sunday after
noon at i o'clock la Cathedral ball. Vtry .
Rev J, J Olennon. V 0 ! Flhr Fltz
plbboli, first nsslsiant priest, tho Christian
brothers nnd .Mr. S A Igg. their musical
director, have been Inviled to be with the
boss on this ocrAJlott The olllcers of tho
Mothers Club are Honorary president,
Brother C'hnrles; president, Mrs. J, Do
Ian; secretnr), Mrs, S. A, Legg; treasurer,
-Mrs. tl, Coe.
Ladles' Auxiliary to the Knight" of
1 ilhor.Mftthew, Cathedral council No. 1,
will hold, nn open, meeting Tuesday next,
April it, In Cathedral half, nt 8 p. tn. We
cordlallv invite the Knights of Father
Mathew, nujrlllarles, cadets nnd visitor"
throughout Ihe city lo nttend the meeting.
The programme 1 ns follows:
Addirss, "Vers Rev, J, J. tllennon.
Violin olo Selected, Professor S. Osier.
Recitation-selected. Mls p, Gilbert.
Soprano solo Selected, Mrs. K Conway.
Alms nnd objects of radets, Mr. James
O'Brien, presllent of catliclrnl cadets.
Votal tiiuslc. .Mr, Morris o'Dowd,
Recitation, Mr. Mennhnn.
Violin solo Mr. H Chouteau Lege.
Recitation, Mr C Co"Brove,
Piano solo Miss Lily Dr)den.
Ret llntioii, Mr. Hirrv Corrlgnn
Music. .Mr. S A leir. K V M.
Paper "In the Cause of Temperance,"
Miss J. Cogrove.
MIir-ss of reremohlfs Mr. S. A, Igg.
Acceimpnnlst Mr. S A Legg.
Sergeantnlnrnis .Mr. John Nee.
An enter! ilnment will be given In Ijy
ola hall, on Prospect mil ptcrv avenue",
on Tuesday evening, April IC A pro
gramme or unusual excellence Ins been
prepared, with tome of the best local tal
Vocal quartette "The Land of Swallow""
(Hallesl .Messrs. John Gerard nnd A.
O'FI ihcrtv . Mlses Jennie McGeary and
Pinno "olo Vnle, It flat (Mow tkowskl),
Mls Delia Crnvvle.v
Recitation leep Walking Scene, from
"Macbeth," Mirs Marv White,
Soprano solo "Longing'' (Rubinstein),
Ml"s Maule Foullte
Violin obllsnto Mr, Louis Rosenflcld,
Piano solo Valse (Rubinstein), Professor
Soiie "The Children's Favorite" (Select
ed), Thomas J, Hnyde
Reclintion "Uncle Daniel's Prascr," Mrs.
11 F. Hanrahnn.
Violin solo Caprlclo on Rushn songs
(Saraale), W. It Mnclellnskl
Humorous polo "If II Wnn't for the
'Ouses Between" (F. Fplet), Mr. 15. S.
Trio Two violins nnd piano, op. H (Mo
zarti, Mr Sullv oslei. Mr. Louis Rosen
lleltl and Mrs, Levinnnn.
Soprano solo "The Holy City," Stephen
Violin obllgato with piano accompani
mentMr L HoenlIeld nnd Mrs. S. A.
Violin solo Largo (Handel). Mr. Sully
German "ketch "How Jakey Found It
Out." Mers. Curtln nnd llavde.
"A Regular Fix," a farce In one act, bs
J. M. Morton.
Hugh De I3ra Rich Hnnrahan
Surplus, a lavvser Flovd Mlnot
Charles, nephew II F Stubbs
Slel Quick, clerk J. I.. Broughal
Smller, sheriff ollleer C D. Dolan
Fmllv , Alda Anglo
Deborah Carter Katherlne Amsberrv
Matilda Jane M. L. Hanrahan
An enjovable event of the week was tho
soelnl "evslon of the Socletv of Literature
nnd Hlstorv held last evening nt the res
idence of Ml"s Fdlth Davenport The large
parlors weie beautifully decorated with
jeilms and flowers and evcrs where could
be- seen the socletv 'p. colors, mirnle and
while. The time was given to dinelng nnd
cards, and at a Into hour refit "liments
wire served Amonp those present were'
Misses Alberta Buckhart, Belle Morrison,
Ruth Waketleld, Iiene Harwtiod, llrdmuthe
von Fmwirth Fdlth Davenport, Violet
Roe, Helen Moore, Pearl Mclntvre. Ada
K isslmer. Oerolvn Oechsll, Jeannc'tte
Jones, Daisy Gravas, Co Cow gill, Nellie
J0-II11, Agnes Booker, Jessie Lucas; Messrs.
George Hicks Robert Winn IMvvIn Per
kins Hugo Lund Parvln Pattlson Gus
Pattlson. J Woodman Moirfson. Harrs
Wsnggener, William Whitfield David lllroh
Ralph Weikeheld, Fred l'ei kins, Richard
Apperson, William Lub)-, Walter I'.oss and
The ninth annual contest between tho
Central Literary Club and the Pl.atonian
Literary Socletv v 111 be held In tho high
school auditorium on Saturday evening,
April 20 The house will be divided into
two parts The c 1, C. will oceups' the
left side, and the I'll .dins the right The
ball will be decorated In the colo-s of the
soeletlc s Friends and past members of
the two societies who wish to secure tickets
may do so bv applvlng to the presidents of
the respective societies.
Mrs. (.rutuls Iludgek of News.
Louvre Glove Compans'.
Mrs. C. C Baker has returned to To
peka Mrs II A. Collins Is visiting in Jackson
Rev and Mrs. A. N. Jones have returned
Xew location of J R Gleason, Jeweler, 13
Sll Walnut "t.
Miss Mabel Graham will return from
Fxclnslvelv line tailoring. C. Fnglehart,
2uij Illdge. building
Mis J, A. Robinson Is at homo to friends
at 13J3 Locust street.
Miss M iry F Bailey Is at home to friends
at 1301s Flora avenue.
J It. Gleason. Jeweler; 915 Walnut st.
Dliiuonds and watches
Mrs, Fiank H Montromery Is visiting
relatives In Fvansville, lnd
Miss Sarah Beimel v, of Columbia, Is vis
iting Kinsas CH) frienqs
Mrs R M Love 11 vllted Mrs. J. It,
Brown, of Olathe. last wick.
Mrs Harper, of Hmporla, was the guest
of Kansas City friends last week.
Mrs. Charles I ; Love of 2"9 Ollvo street,
Is visiting relatives at v lucennes, lnd
Miss Mas me Bairett, of Ottawa is spend
ing a few duss with friends in this ells-.
Mis Krasmus Wilson, of tho Midland,
l etui ned Friday after nil extended trip
Mrs Sue Drogmund will give a compll-m-nturs
recital April 22 at the Ae.ulems of
Mr. and Mrs II. C Slav ens are In the
cltv visiting J, W. L. Slav ens und family
.Mr. and Mis James Sweet and family
aie at home to friends at the corner of
I'.vik and Pendleton .
Mrs Frank F. Stevens and daughter,
Blanche, have leturncd from a vl'tt with
relatives tn Chicago
Mrs. Clark of Wichita, Kas , ex-prc"l-dtnt
of thu Hspatla Club, is the guest of
Dr. Nannie Stephens.
Mrs. H G Smith, ot Carls le, Ky., Is the
guest of In r diughtei, Mr". Anna K, Will
iamson, 4.0 Gailleld avenue
Mis Chares 1. Turner und little daughter
Bunion hive retuninl fiom California,
while this spent the winter
The hand embroldiied ladles' waists
shown bs Wolf Bros are captlvatlngly
dalnts and i xceptlunally stsllsli.
Mis John Pens will -lve n d incing
p.uts next Fildas evnlug for her daugh
leis, ,(iss Sadie and Mi-s Floienie
Mr and .Mis J R. Dowden are at home
lo trlends at M0 Pirk avenue. Mis Dow
den was foirnerls .Miss Loia Robetts
.Mr and Mrs. Form, of New urk, are
the guests of Colonel anil Mis Lillis Mrs.
Foiaii was forme rl) Miss Margaret Llllls
No literals- meeting of the Athenaeum
will be held on the 17th, as the Thomas
in uince concert takes place on that das
.Miss Anna McC.ibe, who Is a student In
school nt bt Charles vvlU be the guest of
her sister, Miss -Mary McCabe, over bun-dts-.
Mrs A. O .tradey, of 2035 Holmes street,
lias relumed from a three months' stuy
at s.in Antonio, Galveston and the City of
Cadctts Paul Maehette, Millard Russell
and W'altu II. IMwoids uru homo iroiu
Wciitworth Mliitaiy academy for Faster
Mrs It. Sachs wishes to Inform those nt
her triends who failed to secure their hats
before Fister that she has tome cholco
Mies Anne Slew ut, of 2117 Forest avenue,
will leave in a few davs for an extended
visit wjin ncr sister, .urs. ji, u, .vuuer.
of Pittsburg, Pa, '
Mrs. M. J. Blair has gone to Baltimore,
Md , where her binlhcr, Mr. John Picipont,
a Hfe-loiiB tesldeiit of that place, lies ut
tho point of death.
Mrs, A Marsh and the Misses Marsh, of
Dsklngton plate, have ictuined home after
spending the winter in Boston with Mr.
nipl Mrs, il, C, Slav ens.
Mis Qruco Wlttlch will sing to-morrow
evening at tho Clatctice IMdy recital nt
Leavenworth, which Is given at the ca
thedral at the opening of the new oigan.
Tio Magazine Cuterlo extends thanks to
tho Womuii's Heading Club tor their kind
Invitation to Mr. F. 11. Allen's address on
"Municipal Reform," given last Tuesday
Mis, Kato Wlttlch and her daughter.
Miss Grace, have returned from an ex.
tended trip In New York, Washington and
Chicago, und are at homo to friends at 415
The gsmuaslum members of the Y. W. C
A. will give a wheel party to their filends
next Tuesday evening. April 10, ut S o clock
ut their rooms, 10J1 Walnut st. All dealers
have been leguested to place their sv heels
Cntlattd ou i'afi l(i.
40 j. 40Z 40
ln.11 .Main Street.
Not long since I startletl tho trading public by ofJoring a
large discount off of any article in the house, but to-morrow
morning (Monday) I begin a sale to saenfico every
article in Jaccard's at an immense discount of
Such goods were never offered before at forced sale, and
prices are without a parallel.
$75 Will Buy a $125 Hall Clock.
100 VISITING CARDS
FROM PLATE, 60 CENTS.
AND PLATE, 90 CENTS.
You can take 40 per cent off of the plain figure price of
any article in our $125, 000 stock. We guarantee
Style and Price.
60c will buy $1 Sleeve Buttons.
Ji.ao will buy S2.00 Card Cases.
Si. So will buy S3. 00 Pocketbooks.
S2.40 will buy S4.00 set Pearl Handled Fruit Knives.
$1. S5 will buy S4.75 set Solid Silver Teaspoons.
S3. 30 will buy S5. 50 Enameled Iron Clock.
50 Plated Tea Sets, 40 per cent discount.
150 Opera Glasses, 40 per cent discount.
200 Umbrellas and Canes, 40 per cent discount.
300 Gold and Silver Watches, 40 per cent discount.
1,000 loose Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubies and Sap
phires, 40 per cent discount.
Such goods were never offered before in this market
at forced sale, and the prices are without a parallel.
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To our thousands of patrons we extend
our sincere thanks for their liberal pat
ronage. With no intention of slighting
your smallest want, and with no knowl
edge of such an occurrence during the
unprecedented rush the past two weeks,
it is possible, owing to the necessity of
employing many new salespeople, that
somebody may have felt slighted. If so,
we ask your kind indulgence and assure
you that our efforts in the future, as in
the past, will be to merit your esteemed
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