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,mTC FWRW CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, ?BWS
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And b I infte locWi Jbfocs,.
Tmojbiei Cubid iifsf
V I n a iiomnn' club' N'o Idle place
Wh r " to i hotter of the Hut nriv piny,
Or i i p. r f a sltfr bjiih astray;
Or tr with cru"l KjI) every trace
Of mv Ine ! from some life borne down
ii 'h strife
Tia i- it . place! where fashion reign-! mi.
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vhrr k of piilc I fin beyond redoem:
nuard garb Is more than Inward
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..u hi iii is. inei- iur ji'i ur ani'.T,
Or mi ninp glance with dire purpoe can
Tj -e tome trembling toul to bluih In
.All '1 fire what a womin' rlnb I" not.
Thins left b- lilnd, outgrown, despised, tor
got Vhat Is a woman's club? A meeting
t,r .i nd
For those of purpose groat, nnd broail and
i 'r j i;.
Vti e .i in I In the (-tar: who ever long
To niiik the patient, listening world re-
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With ivter mtndc. purer, freer toneB:
A pla ' where kindly, lifting words arc I
And kl i l'ler deeds nre done; where hearts
i' f .1. I
Vherf w ilth of hrnln for poverty atone": '
Whet It.tnl crnsps hand, nnd haul flndi i
o i h lth ,ouI; I
Where lituis In the race for fame and'
p jwc r i
Look , i k ward, even In their triumph
I.o. In kor. others to the shlnlnp poal.
Ttj!1- i a woman's club, a liavwi fair,
Where i Mlers drop an hour their load of
Journal of Household Economic.
The lei-tures here in October promise to
be numcrl ally Riicctt-Kfu, ninny of our
literary lob.t bidiiR Interested, ,ind Kan
pas t"'i is exceptionally fortunnto to secure
Mr? t'rowe for Mich a eour.e.
lr-cramm of the comlns course Of
Ir turea b Professor Martha Foote Crowe,
w''h ' ip-.s of the lectures and list of
the n rr-n e books, have been sent to
the Subs lib. is. Mrs. Crowe sent this
bith -r. (if . thinking that some persons
mlRftt K- to refresh the memory on this
m si I' r -tlnK period of English lltura
tnr tr l i ttcr enjoy the lectures. Some
of n b . k. are to be found In the public
librart ,i I doubtless many private II
b i-i i Mn the standard works men-
ti i. ' l i-.tse prosrammes have failed
to r a h r subscribers they may be ob
tained on application.
e has lectin i-s on many of t!i
rn KiiBllsh writers nnd gives
t i!ks on many subjects.
irs ago she was present at the
-it-iln Chautauqua assembly ot
Col., and the press was en-
in her praise. The Denver Re-
i 1 on one occasion: "The lert-
- ! by Professor Martha Pooto
.ilniost us perfect as the day,
mesmerized her audience Into
' Milwaukee Journal of date
"rt, 1S9, we also quote: "Airs.
i . te Crowe, who is well known
atlonal world, lectured on I
' i Ilth' before the Milwaukee ,
1 ' nmcnr Assc-latlon, at on ln j
i' ption thin afternoon, at thu
l' Crowe i at present assistant
r KnglUh literature at the Chi- j
i-Ui to which position she was I
upon btr rt-turn frcrtn Kuropo,
. was s-nt a deleirate to the In- I
i. IKireau of Kduc&tlon.
i'i w.' has won the decree of pii.
Ik !. hy the splendid work b '
site it a dellithtful woman to,
I ..a very Interesting speaker,
this aftrrnuun was purtlcu. I
-inn, because it contained
n.iiiince of Mrediti, with
tas personally acijusinted."
be fully understood that the
is a peclal ftature of cur-
n dlstlrctly independent as an
iii'l u ill take plate the after
t'lber 1. The possilillltles in
e . I .-nitioii are boundless, and
w t - - a flower festival, It must
r r ' t'.at bands and bows of eattn
a k hi p'jiilny of chiffon can be In-
t' i t.ih arilsilo effeet. Vehicle will
I ' ; i by a committee thai will in-
r ' i full and elaborate decoration.
Ma' . '.. and gentlemen will drive and
a r i r t coachmen wlil have a half
day j. luxation on that eventful afternoon.
Many owners of ehielei say that they
hae io d. i iif the manner of decorating
for ' ir parule. In th.s, as in every other
tin i ' ' rthjt is worth dotii( at all t
w r'li .iiiif well," and they .houll give
tm a' i atuialoii to the work before the
elv"rh hour. A ready help In thbj tnie
nf nr I Is a number of phoiuvraphs taken
fr,m "ott.-r festival scene, Mr Charles
l:, J - tstetler, of Hide park, has, doubt.
1 -, t wot Imposing collectlun of this
km' Th'j are Liken Irotn ltnpreke
ti-r-'u's in Parisian and other foreign vx
hin'fa Tlio pre&ene (if Mrs. Kersey Coates at
th' llo w r festival meetinu on Fifday
iiKi-r, b jvas an incentive to united uirfl
In ( lad work in tlin fliy'n InU-n-n. Mrs.
t' l' aii that btr oarrlatje would aw
pf tr in tlif parade, licr tlowrs would Ixt
wlu'e, and Btie enaae-1 tiie uumbur hutt
'ii is and hundreds of roi before the
13'-c of the meeting. Jlere, Indeed, Is an
exuirpl'i tf riorn.i dei ihlon, Inra which
munv a oi e pivi n to dill -dalljlni; and
parleying th uld learn a lesMin.
I.ust Thursday tvenln, Mr. William A.
Wilon invlicd Mis. SaniJt-l Ayers. Mlb
WuU-jii I. Holmes, Mis. 1). H Holmes,
Mrs. V J Woosley and Mrs. Khanuuu ('.
Iju iglass to 4 o'clock dinner at Ins rest
cfim on Troost aenue These ladies arc
to b KUeEt of Mr Wilson in lil tit Kant
-s u-vi.i 'atriuKe In ihe pjiadi, and M.
S ilson will luiniilf hoi I the iiibuns of
f ir i an Nome horses The dinltit: wan un
ilibora.e one of eigH to.irses, with Aim r
lr.n UtauU rust by thu dozen, laid by
earh plate It was idven primarily to dip
cuts the choice of colors in paiade decora
tion. lnk, white nnd (,'reen were selected.
Nearly 10) carriages are already entered,
nnd beroii' the close of this week the num
ber will (louMlc he more than trebled.
What residents need to teallse Is that the
delay of each causes tho management con
siderable uncertainty In the ncurosiUe.
Furthermore, the parade beloiius to every
one who takes ptldu In the city. It must
not full short of the anticipations of thou
ards of isltors. It must surp-iss expic
tatlon. 11 or unc so situated ns to be able
to add to the general Interest In this par
tLular has line a speclnl opportunity to
nroe that while the men take care of
Kansns CItv's Industrie" and the mare
practical affairs of carnival week, the
women will clvo to It the bright glow of
(lowers and tho particular charm of their
The engagement of Mls T.ulu Fanford,
dauifhter of Mr. and Mrf. 11. .1. Sanfoid,
of this city to Mr. George Hubbird Tefft,
of Spiinglleld, Is announced. Miss Snnford
Is one of tho most popular oun( ladles
or Kansas Lity, iiotn (-oeiany aim in mu
sical circles, and many friends will regret
the fnct that i-he will leave them to re
side el.sewhei e. Mr. TetTt Is the son of Dr.
J. K. TelYt, one of the most prominent
surgi-ons In Mlssouil, und a rt-presentatlie
of an old nnd honored family. The wed
ding will tako place lata this fall.
Mrs. Henry P. White has Issued cards
for the marriage of her daughter, Miss
Mary do l.uce White, to Mr. Smith II.
Hall. Tuesdnv evening. September "I, at S
oVInck, nt Trinity hurt-li. Miss Cl.ua
Hachmnn will be mnld of honor, nnd Mr.
i:. J. Hose, ot Minneapolis, best man. Mr.
J V. Ashbauph, Mr. Nnln finite, Mr. J.
S. IVood, Mr. W. H. Webb and Mr. Frank
Dextor will oltlclate as ushers.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Pearon's cards aro
out for the marriage of their daughter,
Kdlth. Io Mr. Fred Durrani, at Trlnltv
church. September 2J, at 730 p. m., und
Mrs Mary 1). Atchison has Issued invito
tlons for the marriage of her niece. Miss
M.irthn Ilagan, to Mr. Allen Pean-on, also
at Trinity. The double wedding will 1)0 an
;ient of great social Interest.
Invitations are out for tli marrlngo of
Miss llorj' Josephine Harrlnsrton, daughter
of Mr. and Mis O. T. Harrington, to Mr.
Nathan W. O'Hvrne, Wednesday evening,
Seutember H. at S-tn, at the home of the
bride's parents, 1311 Heservolr avenue.
A pretty event, In compliment to Miss
Clara Salisbury, who Is lo be on of th
itoher brides, was Miss- Fannie Hanson's
Tuesday afternoon. Cards formed the prin
cipal diversion, with pri7.es, won by Miss
Mirjaret Jones ond Miss Slella Haker.
Ouests were: Mr. Kred Huttig, Mrs. Will
iam B. Winn, Mrs. James Bnrtort, Mrs.
William Houston Mrs. William f.. Kesslng
er Mrs (Jllver arlat; MUces Clara Salis
bury. Lilian Salisbury, Ethel Hugbte,
lllanrlve Chouteau, elarn Iewls, Stella lia
ker Mamie SpaldlnB, Kdna Irwin, Lama
rrennon Mabel lirown. Pauline Arnold,
Badle ilrown HeU Brown. Mary Wood
Bate. Sue Harse, Jennie Cole, Grac Cole,
Carrie l'Vld, Josephine flwltxer, Anna Swlt
Ktr, Margaret Keilh. Maud Haines, Caui-le
Hassttt. Margaret Jane. Myrtle Klmber
lln. Kleanur Thomton, Nellie ICbert. Anna
Uopklrm, Iknha Ilauley, Norah Hopkins.
After weeldlng cards announce tho mar
riage of Miss Cora Cuwglll. daughter of
Mr and Mrs, James CowkIII, to Mr. Oeorge
A. Mt Williams, WVilnewlay, Heptetnber 11,
A dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs, Mc
Willlams was given on Friday eventnfr by
Mr and Mr. James 8. Marlon at the Mc-
imams relden. e, alto Troost avenue,
nthirs pies.-nt wire: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Huttiif. Mr. and Mrs. WlllWtm H. Winn.
Mr, nnd Mm. Pratt: Miss Mai Hlnkle, Ml-a
ldlxabeth Kussell, Miss Nellie ,ura: Mr.
Jame S. Wood and Mr. Will S. Webb.
Trinity church wiis i thronged taht Thurs
day eitnlnir with friends as-miileil to wlt
iitss the mariiave of Miss Norah Louise
Hupkliib, dauchter of Mr. Louise Hon.
kins, to Mr. William James Murray. The
union was one of mor than usual inter
um.bpth bride and eroum having; an tx
tended circle of actpiatntain ts who en
tertain warm personal friendship for the
)ounu couple who have urjwn up In Kan
sas Olty, favorltett In st titrol days, as wed!
us since their formal entrance into so
ciety. The church chancel and nltar ivro dec.
orated with palms and pink and white
auir. pink ribbons with bands and bows
and cluiers of asters were drawn along
the pons rrsirvttl for the immedUt fam
ily. Professor Flske played Mtfiidelssohn's
VKilJiriK march as uie hrldut party i.d-vanre-d
up the aisle. The ushers, Mr,
Frank Dexter, Mr. Fred M'irrlll, Mr.
fifiruo Runt and Mr Harry Kloek, pre
reded the ntald of honor, Miss Anna li.ip
klns Then came thu bride, a vision of
rare beauty, mi the arm of her une.lv, Mr.
.1 R, Iiftitutt, of Port Washington, wis.
They were met at the chan'l by the
groom and his best man, Mr. Hied Mur
ray, who , approached from the ves'ry.
Rev. Hobert Talhat was the otneiatlnn
minister The bride was gowned In cream
brocaded satin, en traine, the corsage tin
lhei with fctyck collar edged with folds
of ehltfon, the full front enhanced by gar
niture of Perl pissetnemerie, Brussels
net veil fihe carried a shower boudiiet
of bride's roses. i
The maid of honor wera white Organdy
aver pink silk, the round cut corsage
i rested by bretelles of pink velvet fas
tened at the wsi-t py fan fold bows f
velvet. She carrb d pink and white alters
TI.e uultt. )et elegant loiplIclty of the
wedding was liri elfecthe and as the
large audUnie dispersed, roinplimentgry
cumaittnts and xiresions of admiration
for the bride aud lier sister were heard
on eiery side.
Mrs. I.oulje Hopkins gave the bridal
dinner at t o'cluck at hi r horns. IS 13 East
Sev nib street The parlor wrs deckel
with pink and white asters and great
clusters of asparagus. The table in thu
dining room was In Ideal bildal array and
the serving under the supervision of Mr
Ilrlggs was the p. rfectlun of cullnar) art.
Covers were lull for twenty.lwo.the guests
L. lug oiilj reUtiius and the bridal party.
Among Ui'i.e from i d s'ano were tie
bride's gratvmottur, Mr, v. M. Dfnn-tt.
of Kosion, uvd her un l.s und aunts Mr.
and Mr. J 1 Dennett of I'jrt Wishlru
ton. WR. anilYir and Mrs P M D-i n tt
uf Boston. The prestnts are a ma n licet
colli ctlon of cut gliss, silver, ''l.ini nnl
other ee;ullte mill's fo- lioui-e lur"l h-i
ii i,- The brlda ISV in. mb r '.f tbe XXV. I
'tub und of Mrs. l(Try- art rlat.. a d
b'ih eh' and the Som have roritrlbut" 1 ,
manv of the best nuibi.r3 of the Hast Side
literary programmes in musical and dra
matic lines for Masons post. Mr. Murray
Is the mm of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Murray,
old residents of this city. The young couple
left by evening train for the Murray ranch,
near Buffalo, Wyo. They will return t orly
In October and be at home to friends at
1M3 Knst Seventh street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sydney I.c Johnson, of
Park avenue, cntortalnrel a number of
friends nt cards on Thursday even-np, to
colehrate their first wedding anniversary.
Golflenrod tied with long ribbons of white
(Mtton was profuse'y used, that popjlar au.
tuinn (lower being seen In every room.
Lemouado was seried throughout the
evening. After playing eight games, re
freshments were scried from the card ta
bles, followeel b music and dancng un II
a lute hour. Miss Lulu Whltnev, Mrs.
Charles M. Clarke, Mr. Charle3 ltlckett
and Mr. J (J. Tivlor on the eard prze.
Mr. and Mr. Jnhnon weie very gencr
oiily remembered with a number of beau
tiful and us-ful gifts. Prebent were: Mr.
and Mrs Charles M. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs.
John tJ. Storm. Mr. and Mrs v.ter W th.
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Urnet Swcoringen, Mr.
and Mrs D. V. Whitney. Mr. nn-1 Mrs.
Frank Wlscoskle, Mr nnd Mr. Clarence
Y. Small. Mrs. M It O'Connor, Misses
May MeVcy, Oertle :,tir:ow, Lulu Whit
ney, Malre Taylor. Mabel Kwearlng'n, J-n-nie
Biunberger. Miymo W'lon, Nettle Hl
moe, Faiiiile Young and Maitle Jfcllhenv:
Messrs I. H. Shoemaker, Lrnegt H rnoe, J.
G. Tavlor. C. 1J. Williams. Herman Huth,
John H. Haas, II. II, Basics, A. II. Pea
cock, ChnrleH Blckett, Lmll Lowcnsteln
and Ben II. Mcllheny.
A luncheon complimentary to Mrs. Kate
Phllippl was given last Wednefdy by Mrs.
Ullen Collins nt her home on Bast Ninth
street. Guests were: Mrs. Phllippl, Mrs.
John Itourke, Mrs. Oeorgo JCnhm.inn. Mrs,
Deegnn, Mrs. James Oreenj Misses Nntallo
Hopkins, KHa nnd Lizzie Collins, Louise
and Klsio ltooney nnd Carl Kallmann. '
Mls Ve-lma Vineyard, of Independence
avenue, enteitalned the I. F. F. Club Sat
urday eicnlrg Present were: Misses Nn
dliic Jnceni.l, Daisy llvnns, Bird Chanlor.
Los Angeles, Cal.; Heberllng. Man le
Swain. Kilna Scott. Maude Hoff. Alblr.a
Wilght, Lldn Pratt. Kettle Chainbeis.
JIc-T!,. Ch.ules lU-berllng, Frank Van
O'dedl, Howard Dement, Miller. Hugh Holi-eiti-on,
James Veltch l'.lmer Montgomeiy,
Harry Allen. Clyde Meade, James Barle,
Frank Barbnur, Dr. Georgo Vineyard,
A delightful ovenlng was spent with Mls
Mabel Weston in honor of hor cousin, Mlm
Itne Badger, of Frankflit, Kaa. Present
were: AftMeR Fmllv Ciielnl VKlellp Pnr.
Int. Nell Palmer, Louise Dickey, Lillian
Dickey, and Mrs. J. H. Baker: Messrs. H.
Unmmel. Edgar Bayles, Claude C.irlat.
Bert Fletcher, of independence. Henrv
Ueuerm.inn. A. M. Clark, It. W. Goodnov
pud J. H. Baker.
Mrs. Byron Sherry addressed the New
Century Club, of which she Is a member,
and guests last Monday tit S o'clock p. in.
in the ipai lous parlors of Mrs. Ben T. Har
din, SJ(W Fort avenue. Mrs. Sherry was
in'rodiiced by the president of the club,
Mrs. J. C. Merlne. Her subject was "Chl
eytgo clubs and tho American Salon." Mrs.
Shi rry's elouuenee was IntersDersed with
humor and pathos, and the held an lnteiiMj
interest to the closing se litem e of her nd
drt s, which lasted nearly one hour, and
wa fully appreciated. The music il num
bers, were a piano solo by MUh Minnie
Meu'ine and a vocal solo by Mrs J. II. Har
rl, both of whl'h won much applautr
Itouquets of beautiful flowers were pto
sei.ted to a't the participants by tho younar
lady ushers, who were Mrs. John S dllvan,
MWes Domthy Stilefc und Annie Woolley,
Ire cold It niouade was served from the
deP.i-uo cup that refreshes but never in
toxicates. There wus a large attendance of
1 idles among Uwni many prominent in
club nnd social llf. Prestnt wore: Mrs. H.
R. Weeks president of tho Athenaeum:
Mrs. A, W. I'aJklus. secretary: Mrs. I. M.
iiiuge, president or ino txeeiey r-eaglle;
Mm. J. T. Biichanm. jircldent of the
Woman's IWOlna; Club, with Mrs, I. C.
M'-Ntill, Mr. C. W. Fulton. Mrs, F. M.
Johnson, Mr. T. 11. Kennedy, of Blghty
ono Club: Mrs. It, K. Wilson, president of
the lHushpi-rs of tho Confederacy; Mrs, J,
H Harris, president of the Muterpe Club;
Mrs, H'nry Iticard, president Inquiry, with
Mrs, Henry Harper, Mrs. O, V wiiwiti,
Mrs. 8. T, Phatte, Mw. C. W. Clark, pres
ident lie Hans, with Mrs J, C. Cromer.
Mrs It. C, Crowsll, secretary: Mrs Henry
St-hell Mrs. Dr. Crow and Mrs. Morgan;
Sin: (', V. C1irler. prusident of the Bun.
tioft Club; Mrs C. II Brur.', Mis. J. 3.
Cannon, Mrs, II. O. McDougal, Mis Jor
eion, Mrs. T. J. LooniU, Mrs. William
Chandler, Mrs. S. D. Irwin, Mrs. John Sul
livan. Mrs H. I. Wooliej, Mrs. n. L. Vta
ger, Mrs. John 11. Walker. Mrs. J. W, Cre
. president Of the DliKena elub; Mrs.
IU.irIH Stiles, Mrs, C. JI. V !.wls, Mrs.
11. P. Udsetiirab, Ml. U. Ii. Page; .Ml.ses
IMg.rley, Stlbs, Doiothy StlltW, Page,
Woolley, VeiHoti nnd others.
Mendelssohn was the composer selected
by the St. Cecelia coterie for Its sixth meet,
lug, wlii h was held at the home of Mrs.
J. W. llyndo b'd Park avenue, on last
Wednesday afternoon. The ouvenli wi-re
liui traits of Menklssohn and on the re
verse side was written thu fallowing pro
kramme: Piano "nance p the Clowns," Miss Nan
dang "Slumber Son;,-," Miss Minnie
I'miiO-fa) "Midsummer Night's Dream:"
(b) "Ued, Q Thaler," etc, MUa Birdie
Song "The Firtt Violet." Mrs. James
Piano-Lied obne Wcrte No. j, Mrs. J,
Paper "Mendelssohn." Miss Lizzie Green,
"Uoilard" will be the mbject for tha
i.txt tualii,r, whUh will take place Sep
tember 2J. at the residence of Mrs, Jamts
(iicm, Twelfth and Pruspecl ayenue.
Miss Suphle N Icon entertained some of
her fill n J, at her home, 1321 Kuclld ave
nue, Thursday eienlug. Music and games
wne pliyid, alter which refreshments
.re . i.i1 Present were; Mr. und Mrs.
c. B N, n, Mr. and Mrs. 15, Whlttleiile,
Mis liiiilam WakeHf'd Mrs. J. A. Cox,
of t'hi ub.i; M sses Aura Tutten, Anna Per
rlni .Ntrttle p.et, Laura Lkhelberger, Dora
CaiKon, Mna Grilllth, Helen Walters. Maud
Snitli, Messis J. M. Walters, A. 11. Cor.
niih, frank Carson, Dwlght Carson. W
O Thuinas, Uruiy Mitchell, P. A. Nelsou
an 1 Will Smith. '
on Tue - lay, St it mber 10, Miss Lottie
Tur rr, of tills Py, aid Mr. Wilford B,
(lor ,ou of Cht.'ai,o, v.tie united la inar-rta-v,
tho IWv. Mr. KiOsa oiilclatlny. Th.e
only giics( preset otilii1 of the Immedi
ate family were Mr, Wlllutm O. Peterson,
or O-,. jg, and Miss Bertha Hoehm. The
oung upl( will be nt horn to friends
After October 15, at IK McQce street.
At Falrmount park Inst Monday evenins
the? Fern I.enf Club and guests enjoyed a
inrry outing. Present were: Mr, A. B.
Scott. U Hhode, J. OroJiam, T. McN'amer.
J. Hynti, J. McCaffrey, li. CVwIe, II. Lloyd
Dtintap. J. Konter, F. Pesh.tl, K. Mels
berR, M Kettle) Mlspts M McMantlf, K.
Mnrtann, Bhode, Jcnnlng. Hums, Kirk,
Llllis. Cotnlslty, Parrell, llynn, Mnry Mc
Offrfy, M)rne Hnnlon, Jennie Turner,
Lulu l'ritice, Hannah Hyan.
Saturday evenlnc Dr. and Mm. Claude
C. Ilntnilton entertained at their home,
1016 Last Sixteenth street, from 1 to 10,
the following Jotinp ladles, who were
members of a mountain party this summer
In Colorado. This la the s com! reunion
Mint ihelr return home and was a very
enjoynble niTalr Those present were:
Misses 1-ola McKlnlm., Anna Douglas,
jjeua l.'rnue, jiny Drnite, Anna rage,
Maude Mathews, iiotcthv Geyser, Mary'
Geyser, Allle Bronn, Clara Smith, Louise
Pfahler, Mattle Smith.
The nmitinl elecllon of otllcer of the
Wlllarel W, C. T. V. took place Thursday
afternoon nt the Christian church, Fif
teenth street and Ldla avenue. Mrs.
Clara Smith was elected president! Mr.
Sam Allen, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
S. A. Dunham, treasurer; Mrs. M. II. Ham
lin, recording secretary. Then the dele
gales to the district convention, that
meets September Ii. In the South Pros
t.ner Plirlstlieti church. Tvrntv.e in 1
stret and Prospect nicnue. were elc-ted.
Mrs. 15. M. Wlmh Mrs M. J Woolley,
Mr. Sam Allen. Mr Oder. Mrs. J II.
Stone. Mrs. M. K. Woltey. Mrs. S. A, Dun
ham. Lnst Wclnesdiy evenlrc, at 5:31, nt .the
home of the bride's parent, .So. 3li n
erly .iventie. Kns. City, kns . Mis Lose
Adella Grltlln nnd Mr. Atk'r.son II. Chunh
were united In the bond of mntrlmoi y
by the Ilev. IVnhntn, of the Chrtt..tn
Church. The ntlendiilit. were the br 'c
Ister, Miss ITlilra. and Mr. J. W D.n
Coiers were lnld for 10) guests for the
wedding supper, which was served imtnt
diately niter the ceremony and congra.tul.i
llonu. The guests weie recoiled by M '
Nannie Church, slstfr of the rrc-om, as.
rlsteet by Mr. George Gmbrel. . Motiy love
ly presents were recelveel. Miss Gridin
Is a popular )xung lath-, an nctlie member
of seieral secil clubs. Mr. and Mrs
Church wilt be at him" at 1312 North
Fourth street, Kansa City, Kns., after
A pretty home wedding took place Sat
urday eienlng at the residence of the
bride's uncle and ount. Mr. nnd Mr. .
Ifttn H. Lewis. 1515 Truoot avenue. The ecn
tractltig parties were Bank M. Muter
baugh and Lucy Sheets. The ceremonj
which wa.s performM by Hev. C. M. Hawk
Ins, 03 Imple and Impressive. Only im
mediate friends and relatiivs were present.
Mr. nnd Mr?. H. H. Haskln-. of UTJ1 Vlr
git.Ia avenue, assisted by their niece, Mrs.
D. L. Jorw", gave a very pleasant recep
tion In horor of their two )ounpet son,
Henry 11 and Stanley F. Hasklns, Inst
week. The lawn was Illuminated. Danc
ing nnd ffame-s. were the center of attra. -tlon.
and two recitation by Miss Meibel
Mctzgar, which were highly appreciated
liv nil and showed marked talent In one
so young. Those present wvre: Ed Mar
tin. Ller.es- West, Arthtir Bumgardt.
ChaMes McCoy, Thoma Sanborn. Walt, r
Woods, Ed Ileinholdt, William .MCLaugn
lln, Iaul Preston, iartln Jones, D. L.
Jones, Charles II., II. B. and Geonre A. Hn
klns, Misses Clara ntingnrdt. Lydla. lie n
holdt, Lizzie Wlnterote Mamie Hockmi
ter, May S-ivage, Mahel Mltzgar, Peiri
Bungardt. Hann-ah Sainge. Mrs. M F.
Gentry, Mr. Hlbbens, of Texas. Dainty
refreshments wore seried.
Mrs. Sol Speyer. aslted by Mrs M.
Mayer, entertained a party of young peo.
pie last Friday even'n?. In honor of -h-blrthday
nnnliersnry of her daughter. MNs
Bussle. There were gams and dancing.
Present were: Misses L'mv K nlgber
ger. Carrie Baehrai-h. Helen Neus'ndt,
Ituby BIder, Cora Btllnger, Daisy New
house, Mollle Balling, Ci-a Mayer, Blni
Llebstndter. Flossie LLbermin. Lu -y
Ganz. Mesrs. Arthur Mlbright, Daen
Iloscnw-ald. Lmanuel lltl iger. Hd Sim ins,
LeMoyne Moftett, Sol M.tv-r Sldn'y Ball
ing, Walter Lorle, Jerime L eberman, Stan.
ley New house and Dai Id Hirsch.
Mr. Gruntlr's Budget of t.
Louire Glove Company.
Mrs. .. O. Smith hai returned from Call
forn'a. Miss L"lla Gilchrist has returned from
Mnev Holme leaves thl week for
Mr. W. If. Wood has returned to Ne
Miss Anna McCain has returned from
Mls Carrie Barnhlll has returned from
Miss Anna Carkener hns returned from
Mls Ada Smith, of Denver, is visiting
Ml-s Fannie Craig.
Mrs. Joseph c, Tcppard ha.s returned
from Huronla bt ach.
Dr. and Mr. S S. Todd have returned
from a Northern tiln.
Misses Alice nnd Stella Bnrse, attend
Smith college this year.
Mr and Mrs W. L Newklrk have re
turned from W't Plain.
Mr. and Mrs. A A. Norton have returned
from their ?umni"r outing.
Miss Deitlna Welch, of St. Joseph, vis
ited Miss Slavens last week.
Mrs. Trc-btrall nnd daughter, Madeline,
are at L'ureka Springs. Ark.
Mr.. Imogene V Shot man is nt home to
her friends at 110 1 Oak street.
Miss Berta Burnlilll ha returned from a
viMt to her s-ister at Wichita.
Miss Mnrvln O'Ibert. of Shc-lbyvllle, Ky.,
L th guest of Miss Fannie L"ss.
Mr. and Mrs. A A. Wild are located at
thilr new home, l'3i Grand avenue.
Mit-s Alice Martin leaves this eicnlng for
Lasell seminary, Auburndnle, Mass.
Mis. Frank Witlurs nnd her son. Bobert,
nre Ilting friends in Belleillle, III
Dr. nnd Mrs N A. Drake have returned
from a month's outlnu In Coloindo.
Miss nilzibeth Brown, niece of Mrs John
C. Gage, has returned from the Last.
Mises Stitle Dinner has returned from a
(lvo weeks' visit to Council Grove. K.u,.
Miss Bertha A, liagley and Mlhs Harriet
Barso have tetumed from Kinsley, Kns.
Mrn. Holiert D. Covington Is vlsltlns
friends lu Fort Madison nnd Keokuk. la,
Mr. T. B. MeAuley linn returned from
four weeks' visit to his o'd home In Ioiv.i,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Ashcroft. of 3110 Hob
crts street, nro entertaining1 a little son.
Miss Frames Cravens and Miss Birdie
Ballsback hava entered school at Oxford, O.
Miss Ada A. I. Phelps Is spending Mx
weeks with Ciiends In Chicago and Peoria.
Tho latest Ladles' Knox Sailor and Felt
IlnlH nt Clark : Co.'s, Hatters, f00 Main.
Miss Lulu Kinford has retuir.ed from a
visit to .Mason City, III., and Sprlngtleld,
Mrs. Ida Harper and her mother. Mrs, H.
J. Oa'den, are Ultlng friends In C nclu-
Master Ben Llpplncott heis entered the
Wentwortli Mllltaiy ucademy of Lexing
ton. Mrs. K. II. Armour has returned from
Magnolia Beach, whern bho spent thu bum.
Mr, and Mrs. Combs and Miss Muster,
nf Cumeiou. have been visiting Mls Tres.
A temperance drama, "Itulned by Drink,"
will be given at Music l.nll nex-t Tu.sday
Miss Mnrv Stark, of A'ane-ouver. B. c.
Is the guest of Miis Anna Ford, on Troott
Miss Clara Lewis lias returned from a
summer at Detroit, Mich,, and tha North,
Itoswold Gel man nnd Matt Foster leave
to-monoiv evuilntr lor Failtiaull Mtlltmy
Dr ami Mis. A J. McDonald arrive home
to-day, after several weeks at Eastern sea
Mr. and Mrs, W. S, Umbarger have re
turned from a three weeks' tour of the
MU LInnlu Vmmethun, of Leai'enworth,
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs, John Con
oier, last week.
Miss Lillian Dickey and Mlfti Malel Wes.
ton are in Independence, the guests of
Miss Utace Lane.
Mrs. J. W Muillgan and daughter. Miss
Annie C Mmi.s, aro bpendlng the wetk at
The Murquetto Ciub will close Its summer
Heasou with a hop at Falrmount park next
Mits Maggie Curry, of Leavenworth, has
returned home, after a week's visit with
Miss Addle Malloy
Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Knotu have re.
turned from a i-lx weeks' trip through
Canada and the Lnst,
Mra. P. Kirby and daughter. Miss Mollle,
have returned after an extended visit with
relatives in the South.
Mrs. I). B Holmes and her daughters,
Sidney ana Migoan, leave lo-mjrrow for
a few da)s lu St. Luuls.
Miss Alice Mutphy returned last Tuesday
to Forest Park university to resume tier
rm in us In l.iietne o.lllseil
In nntlttio Very low jirlces that ne liatc intitiujurrttoil. tt was rljflit nml
rrnsotiablc that II sliottltl lie so. or tlie jrooiU tiro inot artistic ntnl unpre
cedented In beauty nud finish. Trices the lowest.
It cannot be done nfnln tht year.' liny norr. We puarnntee t
to bo exactly as represented. Perfect ltrlllltint rlne Color.
Fairy Lump, Dresden dccorntlon S2.75
lleatitlful Vncs S.OO
Pine siiiplo Plates. .S2.00 to S3G.OO
Pin Tiny 75c
China Hair llrush S3. OO
Dresden Candlestick S1.00
I.tirpo Silver Plated
l B 1 1 ffCi Given Immediate and careful attention. Send
I id.il V-rl CIwPS In your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed.
1034 Main Street.
Wedding: Invitations Send for Samples and Prices.
"Whv Swelter This Hot
"ffhto ua Can Keep Coil'
TCr1 ?'? tc
h The "Cream" of the trade in Ice
1 Cream and Ices, pure and
eli.ti'S ab ir:tru,:or In tie department of
Mr. ar.i Mrr D. G. Haie-rrrale, of Can
ton. 111., are vl'ltlnjr Mr. and Mra. J. U.
Adarns nt 15&1 Oak street.
MI'S M'flrefrnr, of Tulton, who wa.s -he
Kui.t fjf Miss- Itui.i,i .'n.th, of Independ
ence, has returned home.
Mrs. Edward l". Kretser. of 1227 Harrle-on
strut, i-, vikliine htr mo'.her in Chie-.iso.
She r.lll return this wetk
Mr Owen II. Odell hah returr.r-d from
thrvo u eek In Kansas, which included a
.Mt with frl'nrli in Wichita.
Mr. A. C Wanlner, Jr., left lat week for
Iiivrenec, Kan. to enter sophomore class
of tho T"nlve-ii-'ty of Kanfas.
Miss Amy Miller has returni-d from a
six weeks' trip 10 Mackinac Island, Petos
ky and Harbor Springs, Mich.
Mls-s Sue Harse lias returned from Mw
Je-r"y, where she was the truest of Mr.
and Mrs. leorge It. Harse, Jr.
Mr. J. II ltftrerton and Ilttlo son, I.Iew
flh n, of 109 V"ood'ai,d .nentie, have re-luinc-d
from tlnlr -umm r visit.
Mlst-eh Natalie and Mabel Hopkins are
th ru it of their sister. Mrs. Gtorb'e
Knhman, of Ml Wabash avenue,
Mrs. Kate Phllippl nr.el little dauphtr-r
I.nurii, of Kt. Louis, arc lisltlnt; Mrs. John
l'ouilee, of U1S l'roepcct avenue,
Tho first recital of th' Kronberr Con
serintory of Music ulll be xlven to-morrow
cienlni.' at 1215 Main street.
Mis. Laura Andrew of Weushlnpton
avenue1, Kanas City. Ids., lias returned
to hi IiikjI at Uethany oollese, Tontlta.
Miss Annie Dutiscomb, of Jefferson City,
Is UslUiiK lier sister. Mrs. J, H. Wllllums.
ut ltun.m place, 17J Trucjr ueuuo.
Mis. J. F I'armer, of 1S'2 Hirrison
strm't, who lias been in Chli,itro tTie pust
four weeks, r. turned home entirday.
Mr. and Mr. J. W. Oirman nnd family
bavo returned from a sumin.'r's stay at
Jincmiiuc, I'e-iuisiey umi eici,ir'i i.mee.
Mrs. a I!. Rte.ke'ly, 136 Prospct avenue,
Mlhi Mvrtb- White ami the Misses Maud
and BuU Htokely are Msltlns In Illinois.
Miss Hlrd PIckiiiKin, of 1012 Holmes
striet, who has he-en lsliltm friends at
Peru. Ind., will return home the 11th Inst.
Miss Annie I Kim.' has returned to
Hardin Ladles' collet-v, at Mexico, Mo.,
where she 11 ill continue her studies in
Mlsa Jessie Carman, of Peterdntnr. Ill,,
tins returiuil lioin, after a few weeks'
visit ultli MUs Zalda Kuton, of Oak
Mm. CMrrle Phoff, of 1'ort Wa-n. Ind.,
well known In literary and nrlti-llo clrcl".,
Is vIMtlus Mru. Isoao d'lsay, Hi Spruce
Mrt, J. W Ituckcr has returned to her
home at I'ort LeiKan, Col., from a islt to
her sitter, Mrs. Dr. Can ley, much improved
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. S. Ree'ey. of 2X!7
Tlrooklyn aiciiue, are enterlalnins Mr. and
Mrs. p. M Plfjman and family, of .Mount
Misses Ada and Ma Truevllle, who have
been vUltlPK Miss Hattle Ilray, of lS'JS IIol
ley street, have returned to their homo In
Dr. and Mrs. deorso C. Masher and fam
ily and Mr, and Mt. A.C, Hunt and family
hayn returned from a wtek's outint' in
Ner'hi rn Arkansas,
Miss Oraco Taylor, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
Is luitlux Mii-s Uiuina I'lirtiuson, of iwi
Kast Thirty-third street, who has lust re
turneil Hum tho Kast.
Miss Kalden and Miss Berser Monday
evuninit euteralned ten of their ft lends
at au Informal veranda party at their
home, on .Monroe avenue,
Mr. and Mr. Fred Huttiif are at borne to
friends on Wednesday afternoons nnd even
ing's at the resldene-e of Mr. and Mrs. J, T,
Holmes, Twelfth and Prospect.
Mrs. J, Iv. Davidson lias returned from
a three months' ttuy on the coast ot
Maine and a sojourn at fashionable water
ing places alone the Atlantic.
Mrw. C. H. Leonard, of Iloonvllkj; Mrs.
A, A. Leonard, of Marshall; Mrs. L. V.
Viv tlSMlllflll Heir ITOOets TVS ll.lTC lllft t Ptlt
Laritn Rlro, Din
tnotidi mid Kiucr
Iron, bentitlfully enameled,
$4,25, $5,00, $6,00 Up,
NEW, NOItUV STYLES,
$9,00, $14,50, $20.00,
This is the department on rfhlch wo especially
pride onrsolvcs Do you iioctl n wedding pres
ent? Hear lu mind they nro nil new (roods.
Hronze Flpttres, pair...,
China lSntiquut Lamp..,
Delft Crentn nnd .Sunr.
P.naiuclcd I tile .Stand... ,
Chins Picture Frame...,
75 vnrlotics, in Solid
NUMBER IS 676.
1113 MAIN STREET
(-phens ord M.s Sepbcn.s, of Jefferson
i-l'y, were in the c ty last week.
At Mr It Sachs', manager Ideal Mil
liner' Company's opening, next Wednes
day, the nth, thro iilll be music from a
line orchcstia trom 2 to 0 p, in.
Miss MurTirct Whltoly will return to
ilny irom PLtinAliaiila, accompanied by
Miss Sadie Murtln, ejf Washlnston, Pa.,
vho will bo MUs Whltely's guebt for some
The Kureka Danclns Club will eive re
ceptions eiery week, commencing Thurs
ray September 10, at the Imierlal Dancing
academy, northe-ast corner Fifteenth and
Miss Cora Campbell has returned from
the Uast, where she lias been spending the
.umme.r iilih htr tlster, Miss Ploy, 11 ho re
main In New York, opening a studio for
The seulni; sre!ety of George II. Thomas
eprps. No. 11, will meet at the home of
Mrs. J. (.'. firtei.man, 13C Last Fifteenth
Mrtet or. Wednesday, tjeptembsr Ik, for
un all day meeting-.
"Th Hooier Schoolmatcr," under the
d rectlon of l'l-oteseor Dlllenbcck, iwll be
j-'lve-n at Scottish Kite ia'hed 11 1 next
S . di cslay tivn n. lies F mi , r heat u
11 111 furnlth the musical numbers.
Mrs. It. Ilalavia ami Mrs. Charles Lnsky,
vho sailed 1111 the Fue-rst l.ismarcl; from
llarnbuiK, September 5, nulled lu New
ork, Friday monunir. Aft. r n few days'
Hay they will return to Kansas City.
Mr. W. p, Quentell left Ust week for
r.i w ork to rctldo permanently Mrs.
Ouentell mil Join him In a few wei ks.
1 r.r.o is at present iMtins her patents,
...Ir, and Mrs, I'restuu Huberts, ut Inde
pendence. Mis. U. II. Phelps paid a flying visit to
her UKud father's home, lu Toulon, 111., nnd
'i.as present at the (;atherlii of old set
tltis of tb.it county, ot which organlza.
tlun her lather, Hon. o. Whluker (m Ills
Will J ear) Is president.
,Mr., I'aul Flato, of Texas, treusurer of
tbo nputhiTn tuilroad, will .urlve in this
-lty this week to vt-.it Jir. and Mn, F. v,
F.ato, and will return h. me soun. accjm-
, ...... ,,j ,,,.. ,,..t, ,, , ., ttaa ppvi.l llie
bummer with relatives h-tc.
Misses Thour ai.d llenderton. of Forest
Friday tie nlni?. in honorof tholr rruests
Misi. Trails, of pleasant Hill: MUs Petty
of Paola; Miss I.amb, of 'iVneka, am
Miss Berry, of &t, Ixiuis, About thltty utro
MUs i llstello It. Updvke, formerly tench.
r In the Lathrop and llamilion schools of
this city, und a unman of btluht and
liarmlng p. raorwlliy. Wll0 j(HleB 10ith 0,
tritnds here, has ucri-ptuil u, position a
eacher of the sixth trade lu tho Ureen-
i,uv iiwiwi, wiuauu.
,Slr.3' ,r.arr1' 0'dke, supreme pre!dnt
of the N Oman's A. P. A, of tho Wo lu. Is
the guest of Mrs. J. II. Stone, SOW Pro p it
uieniie. en route to Calif rn'a ti ortanlinj
a state body, Mrs. CMdjlco ivl'l be in
convention of the Women's A. P, A.
Mr, D. M. Harbaujfh. of Irv pb place, left
Monday mriNuw York, where he win' join
Ills wife, who has Leen epunu nK v nim-
tiio ivuks In New York they nl KeAo Hal.
tlinore. M. .where they will be Vu'sU of
Mr. Harbmcli's fnth.r for iwj weeUs.ro
turning home about October Id.
A pleasant paity was given last Thurs.
day eveninif. to Mr. Karl ami Miss 1. It slo
Hls-Ks, at their home, VM lloberts avenue
Music, tha special te-aturo of the oveiiina
wus burnished by tho Twilight Mandolin
Club trombone eolp by Mr.lllgKS, rJcltation
by MUs Llla Htetzler, nfter whldl rofu-ih.
mtnts wire served present were" The
Misses KHa Stealer, Klmer und Maiy
Adams IJunle lnutts, una Metsrs. A. II.
Kendall. Thomas It. Kmllli, K. IHbb. II. It
Vllcox and W, C. -Wilcox. bh ' "' "
,n?'ne..,fQll0ln,,f KansM Cltyans were at
The Kims during the past ivev-k: Joseph
Harney. Mrs. I'rna Lawrence, j. HyJer
?-'m' a."dM,s' f.rMton.. nillcnbeck. Mrs
Kiln f Perry, Miss Alee J. Lash Mia
Itose nillenbeck, It. Keppll, ilrs JL'w nil.
Held. William C. Whltileld. Mi. B. A,
West, Mr. and Mrs. J. u. Nave. Mrs. J,
KANSAS CITY INTERSTATE FAIR.
own niti iiiit:.ui piikmiom,
$400.00 IN COLD.
Rules Regulating Tin's Contest
1 All fcr'nt mut li bnM from It. T.
HAVlH tlOVAI. NO. 10 FIXJl II.
2. All bread mtit be rntere-el by 2 o'clae'lt
nt J-;xpoillon UUUJIIiif, 11 euncftiay,
IV teilicr 9.
5. All brend mtidt be ycat ritnB.
4. After the nwnitls nre mn,lc, nil bread
ulll be ilonatotl to Die charitable In
ftltutlons of the rily.
6. BI'K'MAI. tMUTPItU.-i:.tch ladr en-
trln a loaf of brmd nt till contat
his the riffht to HNTRH OSH AUDI
TinNAI. IlAP i.V THO NAMR til'
HUH OHUIll'lI. nny re'llglou de
iiamlnatln or charltabt Institution
the miij' prefer, ftioilld this mldl
tiltlonul loaf receive 11 tircmitini, It
hll be lnlrl to the Inntltutlon In
iihloh nam It is entered, through the
lady's band nmklr.is the entry.
(. There tilll be no Entrance IV" charRcd.
ArmlMlon Free. Th"fc Hill be at
tendants nt thf biilleiintf to receive
nnd enter your ore-art.
7. The Director recrp the rlKht to se
lect the Judges, nrirt 110 ieron shall
serve at a Judge uho Is an IJthlbltor.
8. All bread eonslgnrd to the Secretary
must be In Kansas Ot prior to Oc
tober I, HDD. No bread 11 111 bo re
cdvrd unlesn froiRht Is TCinld by lhe
I'onslsiior, nnd a crrtlllcate that It
lia been baked from II. T. DAVIS
HOVAI. .NO. 10 TLOUn.
0. All loaves will be riven a number, and
tlie patty ttittrlt.e the lonf 11 dupli
cate of thut number, thus keeping
Iihiiics from the loaies, that I ho
JtielRes may not know to whom the
awjrd is belnt made.
1. W. I.ONOWKI.I., See'r.
....M.l, (lltOCKKH MI1I.I..M
ROYAL NO. IO FLOUR.
GOING TO SCHOOL?
In .1 question which nlmot every
loy and Mrl In Knnaas City has
been asked during the past neck.
Yes. At every ward and hlg-h
school and every sectarian school
ltooks anil school supplus nre tho
llrrt things ueccsstiry. ond thu"
comes, the Important eiuestian,
"Where Will You Buy
Let us answer that. Wei knoir the
wants of every school In the city.
Whv llecause no have handled
the bulk of the school trade for H
the past 13 years. Tho tl
Again is: Because we carry a com
plete lino ami you may b sure that
11 hatever ou call for can be sup- U
9S7 Tain Sta
OPEN TUESDAY, SEPT, 17.
The Kansas City School of
Course of instruction enlarged and im
proved. New Teache-rs, Regular Clasei
Dally. Special Saturday Class. Saturday
Class for llo; a and Girls,
Write or call for Catalogue.
Preston K. Dlllenback, Director.
702 and 1014 Walnut St.
aa ixj U
1008 flain Street,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 18.
MUS, R. SACHS, HGIi
P. Lacy, Klljah Itoblnfon, Watson Ai
mour, iv. li Armour, Mts. u, L. Hox-.
Vnt,s,,W,iu!lv''J',.-M Bna Wm. iloiiaril
Kimball, John II Ktull, O, W, Uuttb,
(eori-'o c. Ho, William Lenseman, Willi
lam Helm. Mr. ana Mis. W. II l-'orbil .
MUs Ai-m-s Hmlih. M. M. Vincent. A
t'olemaii, 1'. p Overman, R A. Ilenson
MUs i:m,n Denton, Kefiilu Wute, .Mr
an I Mrs. L. I) Wilson, Charles lj. ' Huii
ett. Mr. and Mrs. A. si. CuiuilnBaani. tl.
L. ParoriH. W. W, Dougherty, 11 Sic Will!
lams. ti. W. Hullock, wnill.un' l" Id. Vl. .,
Jonrs, M. C. Cnmcion, John P O'Neill
T. O. Allgaler. Honarel'll. KlmbullT M J
I'g-aayj"''! Jjr?tSi Maru wiu:
FOR MISSOURIANS ONLY.
Webb City. Mo.. Spt, H (Spodan The.
warmest weather exiieritnced here thli
j-easejn was eMieriennei this week. The
,noin,sVOtoaiaardee!:tt BWrc,,ry has "a
Warrensburg, Mo., Sent. II (Sneclni i
W. 1). Shields, a rarmo?; 1 Wln rlu? f,VrV
was ovtreome by the heat set.?, day ;YhlV.
at woik in Ills Held. Ills cond tie n Tin ser
ous, but it Is thought ho iilll get vvelf.
yVarrensburfc-. Mo.. S -pt, H.(Snrcia i
The Johnson and Ifayaie county 8l tri t
IJuptlet Assocliit'oii p In sestlon h L
Many pr mln nt U ,p -ts are In at n an I
and the met-tlnga have Wm w II a ",n,i,,i
The association is voinu !7sed of lrty-fou,
lurches and about 1 00 cointimnVcami
Thu meetlns closes tw-morroW ilihu1 oaau-
SPAR ME 9,