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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JUNE 0, 18H5.
THE WEEK AT THE THEATERS,
KEMfKR COMIMXr VClt.t, IiWOrtT IT
SRLt" IJf "UNCLK TOM'S CAMS."
Much IntrrrH In tho Prrtmtlnne tltrlrnt of
the Antr-ltrltnm l'lnj- ThomM Mull
Will Ho tho t'nclo Tom Onn
ret ti nml 1'tiplM" ltrtltnle.
Th Kemper stock company nil! thU
cvcnlns produce a ilrnmntlrntlon of Hnr
riot Uorcher Klouc's famous book, "Un
tie Tom's Cabin." There la nn nlr of decid
ed noe!ty In the nnnoiinccmetii, nlthounh
thl famoin piny Is fur from belnR a nocl.
ty In Itself. The novel feature Is the rad
ical departure, of the bill from anything
that thl' clever band of plaers has Riven
In the way of nn entertainment. So far
the repertoire has been conllncd to the
very lightest of society plajs, bright com
edlc and coined -dramas of a slightly
more serious nature. In "Uncle Torn'
Cabin" they have not only a much heat lor
play, but a- character drama which will
tcit the versatility of Mr. Kemper's play
ir to tho lit mo t.
The serious portion of the story U light,
ened by some good comedy, and many a
hearty laugh has been enjoy ed over tho
"shlfiles" Topsy. the acute lawyer Marks
nml the prim old New Kngland maid.
Mr. Kemper Is going to outdo himself In
thin production. A large number of spe
cial scene have been painted for the oc
casion, and the river scene In which KII7.1
nnd her child will make their escape from
tho slave traders by seeking refuge on a
treacherous piece of Moating1 Ice will be
one of the most elaborate things of Its
kind ever done In Kanas City. A mngnlll
ient transformation scene has been p.ilnt.
ed for the final tnbleau of the npotheolt
or Little Kva and Uncle Tom, which prom.
Ises to equal nny transformation scmo
presented by Henderson's extravaganza.
An excellent double ninrtette of negro
singers has been engaged to furnish the
music, and n band of pickaninnies will
make the auction scene lively with their
ntitlci, dancing nnd singing.
A pack of bloodhounds will make the
eccno of the pursuit of Kllza more realis
tic, nnd Marks will ride to the slave mart
on a llcry, untamed burro, whoe long eir,
are the pride of .Tackon county. Two
Topsys will give the prim little old New
Kngland spltiMter nil she can do to look
ntter them. Thev will be plaed by Mis
'.oo Hnlbert, of Kansas City, who was on
the road last season with the "Friends"
company, and by Mnstcr llluehcr, whose
pinging nnd dancing, will be one
of the salient features of the perform
ance. Mr, Thomas A. Hall will play Uncle
Tom, nnd pretty little Marie Stewart will
be the Hva. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will run
all week, with the usual Saturday mntlncc.
As this famous old play hns not been ade.
quately presented here In n number of
jenrs, there Is overv reason to believe that
u revival by n line a company os the
Kemper stock should "provo an Interest
The cast will be as follows:
Uncle Tom Thomas A. Halt
George Shelby Harry Johnstone
Oeorge Harris Unrry Johnstone
St. Claire Ilrroll Dunbar
l.egrec Hrroll Dunbar
l'hlneis Fletcher James K. Hnckett
Skaggs James K. Hackett
Mr. Wilson Thomas V. Ito
Deacon Perry Thomas V, Uoss
Tom Loker Walter I'ercy
S.in.o Walter Percy
Marks .Charles Charters
llva Miss Marie Stewart
Marie Miss Una Abell
K1I7U Miss Lansing Kowan
Gassy Mls Alberta Gallatin
Chloe Miss Winona I (rooks
Kmellne Mls Winona Hrooks
First Topsy Miss Zoo Halbert
Second Topsy Master lilucher
'Thomas a Hecket" by Amatenrs.
Arrangements for the historic drama,
"Thomas a Docket," w hlch Is to bo given
at tho Auditorium to-morrow evening un
der tho auspices of tho Tabernacle Society,
nro completed. lehoarals have been in
progress during the week with. It is said,
most satisfactory results. The cast com
prises piofesslomils and local talent and
is as follows:
i'i:oPLn in thi: rnoLoc.un.
Ilenrv II Klchard Wnlte
Thomas a Uecket Paul Taj lor
Herbert, of Uosham Illldehrnntl Stubbs
Kleanor, queen of Fngland Marie Klrby
ClfARACTURS IN THH I'LAV.
Henry II Hlclmrd Walte
Thomas a Pocket Paul Taylor
Herbert, of liosham Illldebranil Stubbs
John, of S.ilisbuiy Frank Jodllcka
Gilbert Tololt William Harris
lloilgor, of York i:erett FUlott
IIllni y. of fhlnchester... William Mavberry
Kir ISogln.ild Fltrurso Joseph Ilcmly
Sir William 1 Tracy James Whcl-in
Sir Hugh de Morrlvllle Ln Verne Stone
Sir Richard de nrlto Partlett Page
Philip de l'.leemoyn.i John Williamson
John, ot Oxford .
Louis, of Franco Thomas rinn
Lonl Leicester Hugh Conness
ltlchnnl do Hastings Guy Casey
A templar Alex Samuel
A clown William Ilnrrls
Hleunor. queen of llnglnnd Mario Klrby
Rosamond du Cllffoid Lucy Wilson
Gcoffry Rose Mario Fogarty
Mat gory Anna. Reurdon
Miss Crockett's Iterltnl.
A piano recital will be given Tuesday
evening at Ilia Main street by Miss flattie
Crockett, assisted by Mrs, M. A. Pursley,
soprano. Tho programme will be as fol-
Rondo, from sonata op. 2, No. 2 (Bectho-
No'cturne, It flat (Field).
Sognal. "I Dreamt" (Schlra), M. A.
Waltz, Ti minor (Chopin).
Romance, op. 2S. No J (Schumam .
Nocturne, op 17 (Ur.issln).
Rourrle. R minor (Ii.ich-Rt. Snens).
"The FIshermatden" (Meyerbeer), airs.
M A. Purvey. . , ,
Sernado and allegro Glojoso, op. (Men
delssohn). Miss ItiiMt-U's ?'upll.
Tho pupils of Miss Pink Rusell, assist
ed by -Mrs. nillott Smith and Mr. F. Him
merman, accompanists, will give a recital
tit the Academy of Music next Wednes
day owning, presenting tho following pro
"No uh tho Stars" (Thom"i), jilss White
law and Mr Rusiell.
"Camella and Rosu" (Ganz), Miss Rus-
Cazonettn, rondo (Lange), Master Sam
"Ho Was a Prince" (Lynes), JIlss Harriet
"Invitation to the Dance" (Weber), Miss
"Che Faro Sonsa Eurldlce" (Cluck), Miss
(a) "To Athenla" (Hntton); (b) "Am
Meer" (Schubert); (c) "The Roso and the
Lilly" (Schumann), Mr. Forrest Russell.
(a) "Violetb" (Woodman): (b) "Since First
I -Met Thee" (Rubinstein), Mrs. Verne
Dunce) 'music (Meyer-IIelmond), Master
"Sing, Smile, Slumber," with obligate
(Gounod). Mls Pauline Whitelaw.
"How Fair Thou Art" (Meola), Miss Hat
tie Warner. .. , . , .., ...
Sonatina, allegre, andante, rondo (Kuhl
nn). Mis Nellie Norton.
(a) "A Song on a May Morning" (Mrs,
Elliott Smith); (b) "Tho Lark" (Mrs. LIU
ott Smith), -Miss Russell.
"Rest Thee on This Mossy Pillow"
fnurt). Misses Mcnslng, Russell, Sheets,
Hi'drlck, Warner, Whitelaw, Duane, Mc
Quade, Mrs, Hamlin and Mrs. Cuthbert.
The pupils of Mrs. Cora Lyman and Mr,
Sully Ostler will give a. recital at the Aca
demy of Muslo next Saturday evening.
The programme will bo a follows:
Piano duet-"Mlll In th Forest," Rell
Howell and Olllu Smith.
Tirolean waltz Mary Jackman,
'Fblng Leaf" (Ltchuer), Lillia Rrarel,
Selected, Robert Rejer.
"On the Meudow" (Lichner), Jessie Mels
Bell. "Romunco No. 1" (Gade), IMdle Drog-
"Hright Star Waltz" Laura Font,
Selection from "William Tell," Lawrence
Vl)uet "March aux Penslonate," Cora
Weber and Mrs. Lyman.
Vocal bolo Selected, Mlsa Dlantba Thom
as. "Galte do Cour," George Ilarzel.
"Melodle en Sol" (lancla),Choutea Legg,
"Jl Trovatoro" (Dorn), Miss Bertha
Selected, Sherman Tord.
"Uont en truln" (Ketterer), Miss Ethel
"Old Oaken Bucket," Nell Covington.
"Danco of Demon" (UoUt),Mlaa Berenice
"Air Varin" (Dancla), Miss Lola Cash-
"La Fete Du Fees," Miss Gertrude Ed-
"11 Trovatore," Miss May Grant.
Duet "II Corrlcola," Mlssea Clara end
Selected, Albert Fisher.
Selected, Mr. Oslier and Mrs. Lyman.
A concert programme of great length
and varied character will be glen for the
benefit of the First English Lutheran
church, ut Arlington hall, next Thursday
evenlns. The programme will be s fol
lows: Trio Violin, piano and organ, from "Dor
Melsterlnger'' (Wagner), Mr Kilt n.ickus
nchr, Mr. John Ilchr nnd Mr. Carl Hoff
man Soprano olo "Summer" (Chamlnadl),
Ml Mn- Bu'h.
Piano oto -"Punt" waltz (Gounod-Liszt),
Mr. F.lli lliokus-Itehr
Contralto olo (i) "Good-by, Sweet Day"
(Vanner): (b) "Light" (Ncldllnger), Mrs.
J. Otis llurr
Violin solo -Selected, Mr. John Rehr.
llirltone oli "Sillor's l'r.icr" (Mattel),
Mr. Will .1. Murraj,
Ye the 1mti Mr. F.IH Rackuilehrt Mr.
John Uehr and Mr. Carl llorfman
violin solo Selected, Mr Mnclollnskl.
Whltllng solo-(a) ''Italia:" (b) "Flee ns
n Rlrd to the Mountain," Vinton Chcnls,
Soprano solo llcnschel's Dana's "Nine,"
Piano solo-Mn) Nocturne (Cirl Ruch):
(b) Caprice (Rudolf King), Miss Lisa
Tenor solo Selected, W, If. Potter.
Reading Mr. P. K. Dlltenbock.
Soprano solo "He Was, a Prince." (F.
Lnes), Miss Alma Stctzlcr.
Dramatic nml .ttuslrnl Nnlr.
Trnnk Pet ley, for somo seasons Modjes
ka's minagcr. will direct tho tour of the
llostonlatis next season.
Robert Connes. who has been out the
past season with Hhen, Is at home for the
summer with his people In this city.
Miss Zoo Hnlbert, who has been with the
"Friends" company th pnst season, l
spending the summer ftt her homo In this
city, and will le seen this week nt the
Contes ns ono of tho Topsles In "Unrlc
Tho programme for to-day at Washington
park, where ZlmmcrschloiPs hand Is play
ing, will Include a march wrltton by Phil
Rose, of this city, and dedicated to Mr,
Walton Holmes; Suppe's oerturo, "Morn
ing. Noon nnd Nlgnt." a selection from
"Tho Huguenots:" Tlll's serenade for horn
nnd (lute: Meyerbeer's fnckeltnnz In It Hat,
nnd Phil Rose's "Dance of tho Imp"."
Manager Hudson hns returned from a
brief booking trip to New York, where he
says he secured somo strong attractions
THOMAS A. HALL
for next season. He sayq the biggest suc
cess New York has had for jears Is
"Trilby," which ho pronounces a great
play, as well as a strong novelty. Tho
h.imo company now giving the drama In
thit city will be seui at tho Coates in
September. ... ., .
Virginia Hnrned, who has won the great
est success, of her career ns Trilby, has
had quite an eventful experience on the
stage. Miss Earned began her theatrical
woik In London, where she made her
debut in "Our Boys," as Mary Melrose. For
several seasons sho was the leading woman
In E. H. Sothern's compiny. appearing as
Clara Dexter In the "Malster of Wood
barrow," Drusllla Ives In "The Dancing
Girl" and Fanny ln "Captain Letterblnlr,"
Leaving Daniel Frohmnn's management,
Mlis llarned Joined A. M Palmer's stock
company, with which hhe scored a suc
cess ns Mrs. Erlynno In "Uidy Winder
mere's Fan." Miss Earned has never ap
peared In this city save In one character,
and that was In the revival of "A Night
Off," presented by J. L. Ruford's com
pany, at tho Auditorium, some seven
It Is Mild that the authorities of Hnrvnrd
university aie considering the advisability
of a chair of drama in that Institution. If
this ptofcssorshlp should be added nt Har
vard, the theater would In It reci Ivo a new
anil proud lecogultlon. Harvard has al
ready shown a most liberal and modern
spirit by Inviting nnd listening to tho nil
dtesses of distinguished actors, Henry Irv
ing, Joseph Jeffeison and Beerbohm Tiee,
upon their art: and the discussion by the
cullego authorities of this proposed addi
tion tn tho university Indicates the new re
spect for tho theater thnt those uctors havo
enforced. There are, no doubt, many stu
dints In tho unlvetHltles who have one or
nuother ambition that tends towards tho
theater. Some of them may wish to be
actors, and otheis mny asplro to bo dram
atists. Anil although experts differ as to
the value of a university training In cither
Held, thero can be llttlo doubt that a man
with natural ability In either direction
would be greatly improved by the special
assistance that a professor of tho drama
could give him. Dramatla Minor.
Foreign Musical Echoes,
The following musical notes have been
contributed to tho Journal by Mr. Rudolf
King, from European papers and private
Eugen D'Albcrt's new opera. "Ghls
monda," will shortly be produced for the
llrst time In Weimar,
Miss Edith Walker, tho American singer,
who of late has been so favorably criti
cised by all the German papers, also gavo
a concert of her on In Dresden. She
sang arias from "Itlenzl," the ".Son plu
mesta" aria by Rossini and many songs by
Franz, Rubinstein and Brahms.
Trlpolo, In North Africa, enjoys a Euro
pean colon). To "soothe savage's breast,"
a phllharmonlous society has been formed
M.Viii-h enunts now forty members. These
belong to all classes, mostly to the best so
ciety, nnu inry nave imuieu uiu sui-iuiy
"Equality," to Indicate that its purpose is
to recognize only artlstlo aspirations.
Alexander Silotl, the eminent pianist of
Paris, appeared in Antwerp with signal
success at one of the Symphony Society's
concerts. The concert took placo under
the direction of Emll Glanl and Pauline
Mellhaec, of Paris, was the vocalist. The
programme Included Tochalkowskj's piano
concerto, Fantasy by Schubert-Liszt, over
ture by Arensky and the Hungarian march
Theodore Relchmann.the well known bari
tone, will be heard in Berlin during the
coming summer season. The eminent art
ist will appear In "The Fllng Dutchmun,"
"William Tell" and "The Masterslngers."
Rosa. Sucher made her tlrst appearance
since her return from America In Berlin
last week and sang Isolde ln "Tristan and
Isolde." She was enthusiastically received.
Marcella Sembrkl closed her successful en
gagement In the German metropolis, sing
ing Mrs. Ford ln Nlcolal's "Merry Wives
An Italian paper says that the vlolln
cello upon which Signor Platti plajs is
valued at $2,000. It was a Rugglerl Instru
ment. According to this same authority
all the prominent violinists have small
fortunes invested in tneir viouns. iwjoi
had a Guardagnlnl worth J12.0M and Jean
Gerardy plays upon a Guarnerlus valued i
at (1,000. Dr. Joachim has a. large colleo-!
lion of valuable violins, The Stradlvarlns
that belong to Ernst, and said to be worth
flO.ono, hns come Into the posseslon of
Lady Halle (Madame Normftn Nemda.)
The newly formed Handel Society, of
London, under the patronage of the Em
press Frederick, hns decided to give a
festival at Mnyence In her honor. It will
take place In July, nnd the works to be
produced will be lterakles nnd Deborah.
The Mejenre Ltedertnfel nnd the Lidles'
Singing Society will undertake their exe
cution. The works will be glen entire
and according to Dr. Chrssander's Handel
Mltlon. There will be four choristers to
ecry three Instrumentalists. The orches
tra wilt number nlmtit 100 musicians, nn
"organ and two pianos for the nccomjnn-
!is or recitatives, ami, nesnies me irnm
nbout twelve oboes, twelve figolr, lx long
trumpets, etc., will be Included. The
chorus Is not to have more than 150 voices.
Five great pianists have recently np
ppared with greatest success In Dresden,
writes a friend of mine, and It would be
dllllcult to know which of them was more
enthusiastically received. The artists were:
Frederic l.nmond, the Scotch plinlst, who
now makes Francfort his home; Moris
Rosenthal, Teresa Carrenn, Eitgen D'AI
bert nnd Conrad Anorge, the last well and
favorably known In America. Limond
stirred up great delight by his wonderful
executions. Ho gnve throe concerts nnd
Is considered bv mnnv thf worthiest suc
cessor of the Into muslcil philosopher,
Hans von Ilulow. Rosenthal played the
Evlnor concerto by Chopin nt one of the
Philharmonic concerts nnd a number of
Soil, He and Emll Svuer principally rep
reent the technical geniuses, Eugen IV
Albert plnjed In aid of the Ilulow me
morl.il nnd enrrcno's chief numbers were
the "Etudes SlnfonliiUes,"by Schumann and
Beethoven's sonata npnssonlata.
WHAT KMtPltAitT MKK.
Try Something Klse Resides l'ennnts Nest
Time You lo tn the Cirrus.
If there Is anything In the world that an
elephant loves better than a peanut It Is
nn ornng", nnd If nny boy who rends this
wishes, when he goes to the circus, to give
the missive crenture nn especial treat. In.
stead of p.ijlng 5 cents for a ling of pea
nuts to put In tho elephant's trunk, let him
AS UNCLE TOM,
purchase for the same money ono good
sized orange.and present that to the small
cjed, llat-e.ued monster. A number of
j ears ago, in a book which wns called
"Ltaves From tho Life ot a Special Core
spondent," Mr. O'Shea, the author of the
book, gave the following description of an
adventure he had with a herd of elephants.
Ho said: "A joung friend asked me once
to show him some elephants, and I took
him along with me, having llrst borrowed
an apron tilled with oranges. This he wns
to carry while accompanying me In tho
stuble. but tho moment we reached the
door the herd sot up such a trumpeting
they had scented tho fruit thnt he dropped
tho apron and its contents, and scuttled
off Ilko a scared rabbit. There were eight
elephants, and when I picked up the or
anges I found I had twenty-live. I walked
deliberately along the line, giving one to
each. When I got to the extremity of the
narrow stuble I turned, nnd was nbout to
begin the distribution again, when I sud
denly rellected that If elephant No. 7 In
tho row saw me give two oranges In suc
cession to No. S ho might Imagine he was
being cheated, and give me a smack with
his trunk thnt Is where the lephant falls
short of the human being o I went to the
door and began at the beginning as before
Thrlca I went along the line, nnd then I
was In a llx. I had one orange left, and I
had to get back to the door. Every ele
phant In the herd hnd his greedy gaze fo
cused on that orange. It wns as much as
my llfo was worth to give it to any one of
them What -was I to do? I held It up
conspicuously, coolly peeled It, nnd ate It
myself. It was most amusing to notice the
way those elephants nudged each other
and shook their ponderous sides. They
thoroughly entered Into the humor of the
Tnlstnl nm! the Censorship,
Westminster Gazette; It appears
that tho Russian censors stand In much
gie.itor fenr of Tolstoi than ho does of
thom. They begin to tremble ns soon ns
they learn that he Is meditating a new
book. In making; tip their minds wheth
er tho work of the greatest Russian
writer U to be placed under their ban,
they havo now to consider not only what
peoplo will say In Russia, but also what
people will tlilnk In Europe, "When the
"Kreutzer Sonata" was prohibited, Tol
stoi's wife, It Is said, went In person to
the czar and lodged a complnlnt- Alex
ander III, received tho countess very
giaclously, removed the ban, nnd de
clared that In future lio would himself
net n censor of Tolstoi's books, adding,
with n smile, that he would bo "very'
lenient," On the completion of ''The
Kingdom of God," however, U wns re
solved to publish the book abroad,
doubtless from a sense that Ita contents
ww much too strong; for any leniency
to tolerate. How things will go under
tho new regime remains to be Been.
The Power of Eloquence,
London Exchange; History teems
with examples of the power ot eloquence,
A good story of nn Incident which oc
curred tho other day In a Cardiganshire
chapel, where the congregation was
made up largely of seafaring' men. Is
now- going tho rounds. "A figure used
by the preacher related to a captain at
his wits' end when navigating; his ship
through a narrow, shallow, winding
channel, abounding" with rocks and
strong" currents. The faces of some of ,
tho listeners were perteci pictures as
the preacher eloquently described the
details and the dlillculty of the voyage.
The ship ran against a bank, and In a
thrilling" burst the preacher shouted,
'What shall we do?' 'God knows,'
cried an old sailor, 'for you are going"
starn foremostl' "
Junction City, Kas., June 8. (Special.)
Burglars broke Into the postoftlce and
Washburn's hardware store ut Jill ford,
twelve miles north of here, last night.
Money, stamps and goods stolen amount to
$300. The postoitlce safe was badly dam
aged. The thieves rode a hand car back
to thia city and escaped.
Continued Kroin Pnite O.
the Auditorium on Monday evening, tho
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tate are al home
nt No. 7 Munford court.
Miss Blanche Fine, of Denver, Is visit
ing Miss Mary Wlndgnte.
Mrs. Morrison Munford Is visiting friends
In the city for a ffcw dnjs,
Mrs. Dr. Stark and son have gone to
Scotland to spend the summer.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Harry t Heed nre at home
to friends nt .1515 Wyandotte street.
Trinity church Sunday school will picnic
on Wednesday at Washington park.
Mrs. J. K, Johnston has returned from
Plqua, O., And Is visiting friends ln the
Miss Irene Simpson, of Nebraska Clt,
Is the guest ut .Miss Dora Fulton, I1C0
Miss Jessie Morse, of Valentine, Neb,
Is visiting Mrs. E. C. Fox, of 1.111 Summit
l)r. and Mr. C. C, Olmslead have re
turned from a weeks slay ut Slloim
Mrs, Chnrles Lnsky sailed Inst Thursday
on the Columbia for n three months' tour
Mls llessln Llllls relumed Tuesdnv from
n several weeks' visit to Chicago and Ua
Mrs. N, P. Rlmonds Is entertnlnlng her
cousin, Mls llurr, from Lnsell scmlnnry,
The .Marquette Club will give Its third
dancing party at Fntrmount park next
Colonel nnd Mrs. Llllls nre entertnln
lng their daughter, Mrs. Charles Murdock,
of Lafayette, Ind.
Mls Sadee Ettonson, of Leavenworth, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. l'rlendllch, nt
HOT Central street.
Miss Ona Small, formerlv of this cltv,
Is visiting Mrs. Frank 1). richmldt, of 1901
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. Callahan nre nt home
to friends Monday afternoon nnd evening
at tM Tracy avenue.
Master Ralph Newcomer Is spending va
cation with his grandfather, Mr. Joseph
James, of Lexington.
Mrs. Anna L. Pennell nnd Lou Howard
leave Tuesday for Salt Lake City, where
they will spend the summer months.
Miss Clarissa Wells, of 222.-. Michigan ave.
nue, leaves this evening to visit friends
and relatives ln Chicago and suburbs.
Mrs. L A. Connor and Mrs. Edward
Morton, of Atoka, I, T who were guests
of Mrs. Ella R. Davis, returned homo ves
terday. Miss Vivian nnd Miss Shcffer Vlvlnn nro
visiting in Liberty, the guests of Mrs.
Garth. They will spend commencement
R. II, Melton nnd family have gone for
the summer to Clinton, Mo., for the bene
fit of the sulphur well. They will teturn
Mrs. Fred Wild and Mrs. Jerome, of
Denver, nre spending a few weekH In the
city nnd aro nt home to friends nt the
Miss Leva Billings, of Oklnhoma, Is vis.
Itlng Miss Laura Andrews, of Wnshlngton
street. The joung ladles were room mates
at Bethany college.
Mrs. J. R. Browning will he at home for
the summer with Mrs. C. B. Howard, 2JJI
Troost avenue, where she will be pleased
to see her friends.
Mrs. John Sulllvnn was the guest of the
family of Postmaster Innes, at Lawrence,
Kas , during university commencement
week. Just closed.
Miss Etta Friedman leaves for her home.
In Leavenworth, to-morrow, after a pleas
ant visit of two weeks with her cousin,
Miss Henrietta Lnsky.
Mrs. C. Jif. Turner, of California, who
came to attend the wedding of her son.
Mr. Albert C. Turner, to Miss Davis, will
return home this wetk.
Mrs. O. A. A. Donne and daughter. Miss
Gertrude, mother nnd sister of .Mis, Dr.
. O. Coflln. 111.1 Tracy avenue, are In
the city for a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mers, 2211 Troost
avenue, left last Wedne-day nlcht for a
month or six weeks" trip to New York
and the New England states.
Mrs. Judge James Sandusky, of Liberty,
gave a dining In compliment to Miss Hun
ton Brown and Miss Nellie Lucas during
their recent visit In that city.
Mrs. J. E. Ta lor, Mrs. T. H. Prost, Miss
Tearl Prest and Mr. Ren Taj lor start
to-morrow for Eureka Springs, Ark., by
carriage route, for live weeks' stay.
Mrs. William II. Paret, with Herbert.
Jessamine and Howard, all leave on
Wednesday for a three months' trip, vis
iting Niagara Falls, lockport and Buffalo
Dr. C. R. .Mitchell will lecture on "Tho
Land of Lands" at Grand Avenue M. E
church, June 2. No ono Interested In for
eign travel can afford to miss this rare
Mrs. Miles M Morgan, of Dos "Moines,
arrived last Wednesday, and Is the guest of
Mrs. II. Ii Rrown. of 1220 Washington
street. She will remain for the Brown
Daughters ot the Confederacy are re.
quested to meet to-morrow afternoon nt
the residence of Mrs. Turner A. Gill, 27.T
Troost avenue, to complete arrangements
for a park party.
The Misses Bruce and Miss Welbusch.
of St. Louis; Missrs. Carney, Calvin nnd
E. Whyte, Jr., wore guests of honor at a
muslcale given by Professor Herbert L
Owens lvst Tuesday evening.
Mrs. W. II. Osborne left for the East
on Wednesday .rter pptndlng the month
of June In Cleveland, she will go to the
seashore, where she meets her daughter,
Mrs. Greeley, of Manchester, N. H.
Members of tho Athenaeum who did not
secure calendars before the spring nd
Journment may obtnln them on Wednes
day, June 12, between the hours of 1 3u ami
12, In room 309 of tho Journal building.
Hope lodge, No. 1. Degree of Honor. A.
O. U. W.. will glvo nn olu time muslcale
and literary entertainment Tuesday, Juno
11, nt their hall. 131S Grand avenue, clos
ing with a shadow pantomime. All friends
Mrs. Anna L. Pennell, of Nineteenth nnd
Johnson avenue, entertained on Tuesday
at b o'clock lunch the following ladles:
.Mrs. D. H. Reeder, Mrs. Nina Owynne,
.Mrs. Dr. Sharp. Mrs. Will Rogers nnd Mrs.
President E. II Scott, of the Western
conservatory of music, in this cltj, will
conduct commencement exercises next
Tuesday night nt Beatrice, Neb., whom a
branch of the conservatory is located,
nnd eleven pupils will receive certificates of
There will be a garden party on Thursday
evening, June 13, at tho residence of E. D.
Hornbrook, 3711 East Fifteenth street, for
the benetlt of tho Maternity hospital. After
7:30 o'clock. Refreshments will be served
nnd music, with other pleasant entertain
ment, will be furnished. Everybody is In
vited. A Tuesday evening plcnlo nt Wnshlng
ton park was enjojed by the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lamb, Robert Coch
rane. Misses Lowes, Mary Everst, Etta
Hunter, Lima Henderson, Bessie Holman,
Edith Phillips, Jessie Sams, Stella Hooser,
Mcst,rs. N. Stone, Howard Greenman, Lu.
man Cochrane, Clarence McCurry, M.
Wright, Knox, E. O'Mnlloy.
On Tuesday, Juno 11, tho Mower mission
of tho W. C. T, U. will plucw bou
quels and cut flowers In nil tho
hospitals In the city. Anyone wishing
to furulHh flow eis for this work will please
send them to the state hendquaiters,
Rlalto building, corner Ninth nnd Grand
uvenue, Tuesday morning, Llda C. Is
grigs', state superintendent.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Grotn entertained
the Christian Endeavor Society of Liberty
Street Methodist church last Tuesday even
lug at the resilience of Mr. and Mrs. J,
R. Mumma, 2i2- East Twelfth street. Music
was furnished by Miss Anna .Mumma and
Miss Alice Gundlollnger. Recitations nnd
games were participated In by ull present,
after which refreshments were servtd.
Miss Loretta Rrunner entertained n lim
ited number of friends at her homo, H
Euclid avenue, on last Tuesday evening.
Cherry branches wero tho iffixtivo deco
rations, Piogiesslvii high live was the
feature of the ov filing. Prizes wero won
by Miss Hartlgan, of St. Joseph, and Ed
Morlarty. Miss M. Livers and Mis. A.
O'Flathery. At 10 o'clock refreshments
were served fioin small tables.
There will bo a meeting of Jewish la
dles, both joung and married, In the vestry
rooms of tho Temple on Wednesday, June
12. at 3 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of
arranging liowers for the Flower Circus.
As the object of this circus is for the
general charities of the city, it Is ex
pected that all the ladles will respond to
this Invitation and will show by their
presence that they are willing to assist
In the noble work. Mrs. L. S. Lieberman,
as chairman, will bid all a cordial wel
come. All the matorlul necessary for
making the liowers will be provided by the
A number of guests attended the recep
tion given last Thursday evening by .Mr.
and 'Mrs. Henry 'Myers at their new home.
1718 Montgall avenue. An elegant lunch
was served and the guests enjoyed a most
pleasant evening. Those present were;
Sir. and Mrs. N. J. Fischer, 'Mrs. E. Rus
sell, Dr. and Mrs. . A. Foster and moth
er. Professor Chapman. Miss L. A. Chap,
man, Silss Phillips, Miss Snyder, Miss
Krelger. Mr. Most, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Fish, Mrs. Noffzlger, Professor Sula Osier,
Master Albert FUcher, Was Winona At-
BE SWIFT! BE
Don't miss gelling a summer suit with linest
trimmings and elegantly tailored at prices won
der fully lower than ever before quoted lor stylish
made to order garments.
ID HART, n
So nroof-nositive am I of its
have Consumption or any L,ung
Tho Editorial and Iluslncss
wood nnd others. During the evening the
guests were pleas-intlj entertained by 1'rn
fesor Sula Osier with everal line violin
'olos. also bv Master Albert Fischer with
the violin. Mr-. E Ru--ell s ing a numb' r
of choice songs and lesponlel to several
i ncores iMiss . A Fhnpmin presided nt
the piano, l'rofessnr C. II. Fish gave sev
eral amusing snug.
Miss Jessie Roberts, of the Rob rts mis
slon, hns licen c invasng forsubsi ilptlons
fur tho pioposcd North End church, nnd
llnils the piupln veiy enthusiastic In regard
to it. Thnt It will hen tlulv nigiiuii-d church
Is ,i matter which Mrs Rnbeits wishes to
bo fully mulct stood, but whet hi r SfUntltn
or union Is not vet decided She will go on
111 her work of soliciting funds until the
building Is paid for nnd opened lis a flee
liniisi) of woishlp lor the working man nnd
his family Mis. Roberts will consider the
building ns hi i own pioperty dining In r
lifetime, ns sho fiels that she Is Justly en
titled to such nn aiiangemeiit for her
many juirs of mlsslonaiy work In Kansas
City. Tim mw place, of wnihlilp Will, be
named "The Robi rts .Mission Chapt 1" III
lllllnorJ of bur father.
The regulir monthly meeting of the V,'.
C A. win held at the Home, 1115 Clnrlotte
street, Thtirsdnj The usual order of
business was attended to nml the report
from the committee In charge pmved ot
Interest. There are ot present f- Inmites
In tho Koine. Of this number 3 are em
plojes, 10 are children over i Jears of nge
and 7 are Infants Seven children and live
bibles were admitted during the month.
Five children were given out In adoption,
all of these going to people of excellent
references and with everj Indlcitlon of
furnishing these little creatures rood, lov
ing homes. The question of building the
new Homo nt Twentj -third ami Tracy Is
at present agitating the association nnd
any help llnnncinllj would be gratefully
received and put to a good purpose Mumps
have prevailed In a mild form during the
month, with no serious results and w 1th
this exception the health ot the children
SUNDAY, JUNE 9.
SADI AIjFARAEI, the celebrated Rus
sian hand balancer and equilibrist,
RERTUOM), tho Great Trapez Per
former. Daily afternoon and evening perform
ances. Special trains at 8 p. m. Sunday
trains every tlfteen minutes,
M itlni'o Saturdiiy ut ".
ICEllVIlPElf?. STOCK CO
In Hurrlit Hi ii her ui .. "f,,,,',
i'lkis M.lr, ."lor, OOc, 7."ir.
Net ifiti Mil
day, .limn 111,
Y0UDg 3lf3. ffJQlhrop."
Wook bpslnninK Monrlny, Jtino io.
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Strong New York Company.
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Popular Trices 2uc, lie, 00c.
Smoklns upon the balcony nnd refresh
ments served. The coolest summer theater
Exposition Park, 3 p. 111.
KANSAS GUY VS, GRAND RAPIDS,
TO-UAY AND MONDAY.
Tho delicious fragrance,
refreshing coolness and soft beauty im
parted to the sklu by 1'ozzo.ni's 1'owdkb,
commends it to all ladles.
THE JOUKiNAL, 10c Week
SEVENTH AND MAIN.
EDiTor.: I have an absolute remedy for Consumption anil all Throat and I.unp;
its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured.
that I consider it my duty to send tw o bottles free to those of your readers who
"i rouuie it tney wilt write me ttieir express anil post-oiuce amircss.
.Sincerely, T. A. M.Ot'UM, .11,1."., 1S.1 INnrl Street, Xcvr York.
Management of this Paper Guarantee the Genuineness of the nbove Proposition.
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ni ininteeil or money refunded All nudKlnrs f urnisln d ready lor u-c. No rtcteti
Hon fi-fimhuslnlss. Patients nt a ! -.tamo trcatut by mall and etpri-is. Medlctnea
sent eTJrywhero. free frnuipnzo or brpiiltiiRe Charges low. Our &ono rnctg curiil. Ago umi
experience uro Important. St.ito vour case and stud for tornis. L'ousultatlou Is I no and couU
dentlal, eltbcrpLr-oiully nrb lctur. ....
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producing loses, pimples and blotch son tho fare, rushes of blood to head, pnlu-i In back, ion
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and bralu power, uilargu ana htrcugium w cut
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Knellliitts, Sores, i .nnorrhiraiiml i. lout, nnd nil j ii'.o the tn atiuent nt home
jiioou roisomng, kn inscn"rn, licit'
forms of Frliato'lJlsiascs positively cured or
money rciimue i.
Rnrlr for both seies. F0 paces, 27 pictures.
EJUUtX. truoto We. with full ilescripttuii of
nboro dlscaes, tho effects nnd cure, sent seal,
ed In plain w r.ippcrfor (k'.ln stamps. Read this
lime liuui; una unsner imi oi quvsiiuns.
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1-ree JllUSeUtn Ol AnaiOiny tirouaaiuHotcurlo-itles.'llie a a. rn.toBp.ru
llfo lll.o models and vrnx figures deeply Impress tho lalud; a school ot in-1 SunJays 10 to 13.
atriictlou an nuou without perils. , ' , , .
v H lhniSROarlrBaillKl In thi bank, nhlch I n.111 fctilt for abow dlstesei that I cannot er
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WESTERN SASH AID DOOR COMPANY:
Corner Nineteenth nnd Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, .Mo.
t:r "imi.v inrici:- iiiusr nt it. dim;.
tint only ono that Kinnntoes to
cure, and the only nno that has
The Best and T TZ rTZD T TVT's
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Our baUiry goods .tro uusurpasied thr lit liutttr and tlm freshest egus ar Used.
bt. Oeorgo ljuroiw 111 Hotel over Iteatsurant.
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WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
1206 and 120B Union Avo. (Near Union Depot), Kansas Cty, Mo,
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safes, Scales Etc,
Southeast Comer Filth na Wymdotn lu, Utauit Clly Ha.
tlnae. ilewar of Imitation
mmoi iain, vMtaf e
Tar I of,
parts nuu mai.o j oiuii io. juarri afa-:.
Cf t-ir-f ni-n permanently cured without
OLIlLltllv. caustic, iiiiilni, bougies or
sounds. No pn'n, no cx-posurc. 1'atiuut cua
Plinum'iti&tn alin Great Turkish
Kiieumausiii itumim.iuo cure, c
Sritll C'UISi:. Thopreati-tili-cmery ln tho
snniiH .f medicine. Ono iloo ghes relief; J
few dost iruuovo lever mid linlii ln lolius--
euro in u few days. Send simemcnt of case,
with btatnp for circular. i "
IVr Mm Onlv. nenletnirltlil urnwnumi
( llll.v, Kami.
i oit t.M;iiitir.'i v ami .vim:.
I'lll.MsM. 'Hi folloliiL- stato
ments rerf irdlnif tho VVht-rrell Cum
urn auviluiclr true 11 Is ilni old.
est knnnu inedUal iuiii, tbu oldest and the nnlr
penulnii and orljln il cure lu the two Ivans is Cttys
tho only cure Indorsed and adopted b) I lm United
Stat,!! eiivpriimliL alltlinrltl, nn nu iiti.tli. iii.mi
the patient lu writing a sure and lwruiauout
nev nr Injured tbo he illh of a slmtlii p ulout.
STKEliT, KANSAS CITY. MO.
I VJL'ilL JVi by
WHITE and YELLOW PINE,
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS and DLINOS,
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j. c. nouro.v
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l'oscr. Llindacbu, VVokeluloei,. l-uel Vllttllly.
nlKbtl) ua.ldlunti,eTtl drtfumi. tturvteucyauil wast
inn dliemo tamed br ytnitbful crrwr ur e
Cjntaln no oplau
U u serve luale ud
plump Baillj carried tn Tet pocket. ! prt04
(OrelS. Or mail DreD&lll With a wrltton uuaranlra
to cure or mocer rctundea. Write u. free wciilcul
jEBW -sajjo' ttnanclal r(reuce. Ka orse rr couaultAt
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