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Ladles who tv 111 be curat s nt the Priests
of Pallas ball are requested to bend Cull
nml complete description of tlulr toilettes
to the society idltqr of the Kansas City
Journal n enrly as possible. No cards
will be Issued. Prompt replies will bo
full appreciated and at the same time In
sure attention that cannot be given In the
tu-h nml excitement of the cvenlne of the
In writing, state color nnd material of
pon, i;arnlture. oniuments and such ac
c Srorlcs as How era nnd fans. Visitors
from a distance will kindly forward de
s rlptlons, addlnir to their names their
piace of reoldence. ICansas City ladles
would confer a favor by sending to the
Journal u list of guests whom they will
Hverj ear a number of Priests of Pal
Li" ball Items are received too lato for pub
ll u on. Communications should be mailed
t -morrow morning I' possible, addressed
to MRS. MCLUlin,
Orr. of the brlllian Invents of the coming
U will be (he marriage of MIrs Lucy
I! in Sears, daughter of Mrs. J. T. Sears,
i Mr. Charles Olll, son of Judge and Mrs.
I iner A. Gill, at the Firtt ClTlntlun
! n h, on the evening of October S, at
0 Rev Dr. Richardson will be the offl
uing minister. There will be two little
II ir gills, the datihhteni of Mr. and Mrs.
1 .1 Ul -id, M!s Alice Chappi-ll, maid
v' 'umor, Miss Lotta Kanme, of Topeka,
i MIsm i;thel Cullaway, of Mexico, Mu ,
i . umaltts. The inhtis and groomsmi n
n be Mr. Biid II. JkUarvey. Mr. W. T.
1 .y. Mr. KJ II. Silles. Jr. Mr, Kred
i mpbrll, Mr. V iV Mi Dearmnn. Mr, O,
1 ilisbiiry, of Tracy
urns this week for
' tghtrr, MIBh t'laia
, an Spalding. The
1 1 e at the rfrst Con-
V dneiluv, Outober
11 ! s -Ister, MiB LU-
iln Kninm'a brother,
'..ill eiftUlute as muld
11 Other members
Miss Laura Dren-
i lag, MIrs Fannie
hujn, Mr. R. Bryeon
. U.ir, Mr. Challes
I it u .
" UnlU 8ai
1 iinoi and bi-t
if i'i brl'lal party
ion MI'H Mamie
Ha! urn, M!s rdnn
I r. -, Mr Kiai k
I lines and Mr Tranl lloii-e
MihH Grace Mnrrlll msihter of Governor
jnd Mis. Moiilll, of k piias, will be mar
ri 1 to Mr. Charles Pivun, of this eily, at
Hiawatha, Kas , Octoi r 8. Tho teieinony
lull be followed by a i.ttptlon. At home
iiri.ounceui.nts nru ui the lrgluia, with
Wcaiiiiadnjs In JJovtniV r as espe -lal at
Cards are Issued for "1 nnnlaoe of Miss
Maigaret St'ph'iis un fail ll. Ioun, to
tike placo at Ivy 'f'rr.te, umlnT 1 The
lirub is a sl'tn ot Lon ! 1 p) 1 us state
tic liurer, and Ivy Turtu e i- ihe numu of
lis beautiful homt- on Main siuet, Joffer
1 i Cltj. Mr. Moore ripis.-uied Missis-fcll-I
I In tin laM two gei lal assemblies.
JIi Is recognised ns a leader on the Demo
u.itie sldi . and bad his parly Ih on In ma
Joil In the last huuso, iliiglit h.iv' been
Bp- alter. Miss Htepheus Is beautiful, ae-
complished and wiuhh
wealthy In Ills own right,
home to ti lends after
Mr Mooie lb also
. They Will lie at
November 15 ut
Kaunas City soi lety will have n charming
ncq'iisltiriii In Miss N.IIIl Virglulu Moore,
of Nashville-, Turn., a flst.'r of Mr Paul
13. Mouiu Miss Mooto wilt be one of tho
attendants at the Htiphens Mooiu wedding
at J.fftison City, und will become the
bride of Di Jumes T. Coombs, of this clt,
on the 15th uf Oatulisr. The ciiemony will
tuke place at the 1'lrst Methodist Episco
pal church, of Nashville. Dr. and Mrs.
Coombs will rcsidu at the Oonaventure,
A wedding ot Interest to Kunsft City
frji nds, as well as to many In lnd pt-n 1-
rue, will be that of Mlts Mary Lee M'
Cabel Rochesler to Mr. CharK-s Ward l-at.
Imer nl Thursday evening at the First
t'hrlsLjan chinch of Independence, nt 7
o'i lock. Miss Rochester Is a niece of Mr,
urd Mrs. James R Uudgell,
The engagement of Miss Martha S. Dear
dorff, joungest daughter of Mrs. Carrie
W. Deardorff, to .Mr, MUwtn Shields, Is an.
Cards have teen Issued for the marriage
of SI Us Lydlu Sthoen to Mr. Hlmer Will
iams, Wtulnesday, Octobr 9, at L;a p. m ,
at Grace cluire-h. Thu attendants are.
Miss Minnie Heilly. maid of horur; Uu
Anna Le Plcksl, of St Louis: Miss Matll.
1' t Ileldemaii. of (J I and Rapids, Mich., and
Miss 1'ra firuy, Cantou Kus , bi lesmaids,
Mr Cliarles 11, Williams, of M I'hersou,
Kas.. brother of the groom best man;
A M. Claik, lr T. Walt and M. 13. Peek,
ushers. The wedding will be followed b
a reception -t the bride' borne, lill Cen
tral Mrel, fra" t( 8-
Mr OeorMe Siusrt Catkeuer an.l Miss
Nellie Evans, daughter of Mr. M. JI Bv-
n ns. of T roost a venue. uUl be married &
the First Chris tan church Wednesday.
(j tuber ui p ni M Wirmr 1 1 'II
W 'I b t, Ii . t -
nil. luali of huitui, una Aic-au, Daid
Crojsdale, Will S Webb. It, HrFon Jones, I one daughter. Two have Joined the sreat
James S. Wood, (Jeorgi' Atson Jons and m.ijorltj One ton Iive In Liverpool, In
Ilarry Ilei'kinnn will olllclate as ushers. Rland. io In New Vork city and one In
TT" Ptokwlrklan C. U 8 C. will meet
with Mlws Mamie Lunt, II2S Agno. Wednes
day!?, at 2 S'J o'clock sharp, during OctoAjer. I A unlquo but altogether chnrmlng wny
, , . ; . , of. entertaining woo planned b Ml. Wll-
Tho memtiera of the lilesdaj morn ng 1Llm A WiSOii, who invited friends to
study claas will l.oId th.'lr lirnt nieettng assemble ,u hU lesldence last lMday even-
of the fall season with Mrs. Henry 1 rench, ,I1R al w 0.clxk Th , ur R(,, fu .
of I Vrel avenue the morning of October pltllne, u,eIr , th(. ,eronlJo lho IIa.
I. The class will study Browning. wallan band, from Washington park, fol
The young ladles of the Wednesday lownl b i vaiiely of selections later,
mcirnlng studj class will mrot ne::t "'' n the band occupied the second recep
Wednedy at the rctddenc of Mrs. Adn. tlon hall. Among Mr. Wilton's guealo
II. Clktn. MS Porcft avenue. Illstoo- and c'"0: Dr. and Mrs. J. O'R iowry, Dr.
historical novels will probably enter into nnd Mrs. S. M Neol. Dr. nnd Mrs .Samuel
tho year's course of study. iAjcrs, Mr. and Mr3. William C. Quinlan,
I llr S. A. MWsnn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
At 2 p. m., Tuesday, October S, Che Worn- jlf :McUrl !Ko. Mr. and Mrf. Piank Pa.on,
art Reading Club will meet in the club Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Clendenlng. Mr and
rooant. nt ?12 Walnut street. Mrs. T. M. Jameh, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
The regular month y meeting of the Tab-' i?m- J,"lK" "Ml0 Mra- ? A- 91"- Mr- atul
emaelo Pocletj wlU be held at Cathedral :Mrac"1,'nry , """"Per. Mr. and Mrs Chs
httll rrlday. October 1 An a.ttndne of T S" der' "J:, and Mre. Mnson Grigg.
all members to earnestly desired, as rn.it- -M'A- ' " cr- Mr' 'ina. 'Mrs- ttllllnm
tere of lmiwrtar.ee will bo considered. . Ilj 'e'' Mr: ,""d M":, ? ' u llson' Mr'
'and Mrs. WV.bter Withers, Dr. and Mr.
Invitations to some of the subscribers L-ster Hall, Mr and Mrs. Walton H,
to the coming coui-ae of lee tures on Cn-
glis'li Htera'turo have been sent out by Mrs.
M. Iv. We'll and Mia. Leroy Dibble, for
an informal reception In horor of Pro-
ftssor Martha Poote Crowe. The first
lecture, on "Elizabethan Loaidon," will be
fitven Tlrursdwy morning, Oetober S. at
10 o'clotlt The hour lias been ehangod
Ut the request or many subscribers, In
orde-r that lit may In no way Interfere with
the "Komikal Kavort!n" of the Karnlvii!
Krowe. There has been muoh Infiulrj-
whether tleUeits for a single lecture will
be sold, and the committee withes to
sitato thait no such provision will b made
except 1n the case of a sub-crtber Who
may wlih to bring guests. To such, tick-
ets at 50 eemis each x he so5d DA the door.
It haa also been askr4 whether gvnUemelt
are to be admitted. Ortairtty. on Che samo
terms us ladtfrs. There ore now the names
of , event, gentlemen on the list, and mora
wlll ba gladly received.
It is espeeia'ly requestetl that persona
be prompt, so that no Interruption may
tuocur after the opening of the lecture. The
hours are Mated- clearly on the ticket,
and'due notice will be given if any chanwo
rbould b.i necfiary. Young ladles wta bo
In UiUtend-au-e to seat the audi me ecm-
fortably. Professor Crowe will arrive on
TiMsda)' and will bo the guest of Mrs, I
;m. k. wcii.
j The golden wedding anniversary of Rev.
and Mrs Samuel Book lavpr Bell, who
tvere for many years esteemed residents of
this city, was celebrated on the 16th of
this month. In Santa Barbara, Cal. Of the
event the Banta Barbara Press says;
'Tor the last fifty years, Rev. 8. JJ, Bell
and hit estimable wife have shared the
Joys and sorrows of wedded life and have
inched the anniversary, surrounded by
children and grande-hlldren an 1 hosts of
friends. The lives of this excellmt couple
lave been full of good works In a. wido
field of usefulness, and their H.ndly Influ.
ence will continue to be een and felt in
the circles In which they have so diligently
"The celebration ot their happy anni
versary was hdd at the reskli nee of Mis
MIIo Sawyer, on West Arellaga street, last '
evening and was one of the most enjoyable
nnd brilliant events of the season. The ole-
giant residence was der-orated in a most
beautiful manner, On arriving there tits
fiont porch was found brilliantly lighted
with Chinese and Japanese lanterns. In the
hall one found a dr-atn of beauty. The
banisters were covered with fishnet, In
which were Intertwined white marguerites,
asparagus vines and white jessamine, while
all around were date palms and potted
"The front parlor wss artistically
trimmed in ellow. marguerites, dahltus
and sunflowers predominating, Jn the bay
window was a bell formed of dahlias, and a
dlrw light I'm a beautiful golden color
to all the surroundings.
The library a decorated with the same
artu-lu taste that was evidenced In the b-, und to the joung ludieo and gnitlemtii
other rooms. The windows wera draped "no !'', 1cf,1nuJll.'i,.1ir,1l0nt"'vi1 i1.'.'!.'' i"
with smllax and ping roses. The mantel i!'u0nlle?,,rll?tha',Il!ig?ey,.nol:;K,.I,u
was covered wlih Infa-nts' bn-ath, pink evtniiigof October P Presun wore Mr
rose, and marlls. while the shelves were -Miri',!i nrfetllurse1' MlJi" 'iullS;
covered with pink earnatlons and potted f W.Mi'tJ'Tailor"' "llXvsiwUrih!
plants. In the corner was beautiful elus- Messi chailes Dajton, W S. Webb,
ter of Egyptian lotus. I Flunk Iii-vur, rlimles Hush. Prod Camp-
"The dining room was decorated In scar.be"' B'"1 l: l'- """fo"'- of 8t- l'al"' 3"""'
Itt principally, with an nbundance of gratia MSS Itagley and Mr, Hunker will be
Vln s and fruit lending a hospitable ap- guests of honor at Miss Woodgate's pally
pearance. The bak tilasii. wa neatlv ar. to-inonovv evening, and Miss Murguiet
m.Sfik. iTrvm !, J, , , . iJoiitk will entertain In complliuelU to them
ranged for the serving of refie.limsnts." at dinner next Saturday evening,
A uiusieal tirouramme vias mtLdvrdil bv
the Presbyterian cuuuh eholr and a brief , I.V. I'l!1'1"' evening Mr. nnd Mrs Will
address wa, mad. b Dr. Cartler. upp.o,...- J , , tiline '1 and'
ate to the oealon. The rresenlatlon of a Ml Nellie r.vans. The table was ixauti-
ue 1 1 vsviiiJ-iiuit ui u
In gold was one of
e of ihe sffeeilnn of
es 01 the auetllon of
purs) containing iuw
irwitiy pleasant evidences
the guests for Dr. and Mrs. Hell
In u sketch of the life of Pr, Bell the
Ires alludes to the time ot his letldcnce
In this elt and hts pastoiate of ihe FlrM
rretui isrian e-uurcn wiu ueia no eutiiu. ,
Usherl the Mid-Coivtinsnt Magazine, which
continues to b one of the nut powerful
M-thodoi, p rlodlcals ot the age. In this lit
eiarj work -Mrs Hell proved an able as
s ., in, They hav. been us.dents of Santa I
I I r or Ihatl -evil y fS lliny
luvi. UV cbilitvu Uvln,', four too and
Kansas City. The dnugliter, Mr Mat tin,
was pi stnt at tho golden anniversary.
Holmt., Mian Muiy PIillip, Mr and Mr
r. b. RidK. Mr. ami Mrs. Shannon C.
Dougkiss, .Misses Duma and B.l-i Gar-
nett, Miss Penelope Hall, Mrs. Ht-nry
Rloord, Mr.ar.d Mr, W. lowing Hall, Mr.
and Mrs, Wltten .McDonald, Air. and Mrs.
Richard Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ricd-
max, Mr. and Mrs. I;, r. Swlnney, Mr.
and .Mrs. Henry N. Kvnns, Mr and" Mr!
S C Stmnaihan. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
C. Smith, Dr. nnd Mrs S J. Pitz Hugh,
Mrs Uspv, Mrs Moivau, Mrs Helen Pick!
Mts,cs LIUabeth and Ruth Gantrj, Iingcl-
man, Oroueh. Neel; Messrs. Henry Woll-
man, C l- Holmes, Horace Craig, Ileedy,
John Perry, Walter Moore, W. T. Poiey.
Mr- an'i Mrs C. D. Whitehead, of 4M
"abl,'" avenue, were treated by friends
n"J nlghbois to a complete nnd dellght-
j' """I Is. on Tuisday evening, September
-' ,n hollor f l,h,lr twentieth wedding nn-
nlversaiy. Iollowlng congratulations an
appropriate poem was feellnglj read by
- A. Painter, and the guests vver
furth"r entertained by music and rectta-
J10"8, Rnutlful and dollcato glfu hulta-
bie lo tho oaln were left as mementoes
of, al ePni wlll-1i "'" be 10" remembered
ttl,h appreciation by a couple who at the
' na OI "tniy years nave jet raiieii to 11ml
'mairlaKO a failure," Present were: Ruv.
II, C. atanton, Mr. and Mrs. J. B Robin
son. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. McDe-armou, Mr.
and .Mrs n J Brent, Mr. and .Mrs. G, W.
Shield, Mr, and Mrs, Georgo W. Chnse,
Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Van Osdell, Mrs. Will
lams, Mrs. S. J. llubbell, Mrs. Ira Lewis,
Miss Ellen IX Morris. Mrs. D. A. Painter,
Mrs. J. S Kllllnger, Mrs. J. C. Vocum,
Mrs. Kate I. Rhodes, Mrs. A. D. Mann,
Mrs, J. c Kuser, Mrs. Robert Quarles,
Mrs. H. M. WiIjox, Mrs. It. S Chambers,
Mr. Frank Van Osdell, Misses Irma
Rhodes, Iiene Asher, Christina Roth, Cm-
mu ana Mary Whitehead, Masters Rob
Quarles, IJarl Shield, How urd nnd Joe
A delightful social event of the pist
week was the muslcale given sesterday
afternoon by Mrs. W. L Uanson anil h r
mother. Mrs. Stevens, of Trm-v Hnu..
, compllmemnij to Miss Clara Salisbury
city, A luigi- number of guests were In
nltendaneo and eujojed the tare treat of-
unci airs. Arinur unssom. ot isevv Vork
fered by the follow iug programme:
Plnno talo "Allegro Seheisoso" (Raff),
Miss Cinnv Geary.
Gavotte "Mli,non" (Thomas), Mrs. TllUe
Crane Mi Kinney.
Piano solo' La Gondollcr.a" (Liszt),
Mrs. Wlllium T. Johnson,
Vocal solo Aria "Lea Huguenots," Miss
Violin solo "Tannhftuser" (Wagner),
Mr. Limine C. Bulls.
Reading Miss Margaret Diwltt.
Conn no ci minor (Mmde's ,hn), Mrs.
William Johnson, Miss Clara flenry.
Vocal du.t "La cnlal ree" Clabussl),
Miss Haas, Mis. TIIIIh Ciane McKlmiey,
RefieshmeiiU ni.ie fC-ived at a 0 clock.
11- u.,l lu r A lll,,t.A. illilaHnlnnil
nt an ekgntit G o'eWk dining last 1 venlug.
LXn i.iim..i i rv 10 he lMld and irroom.i'S
.vii)1 rseiue j.vuus. 1 iiu luiiu- was iieiiuii-
fully ananged with idnk roses forming
"" eiiite: piece, an I clusters laid by caoh
toVBr Atlet ,ni, vrving the game, "Cu-
nid Anions the Flowers." was the tnerrv
iiasfme. Present vv ere:, Mr. and Airs.
of I.lbeity: Miss Alice Cluippell, Mlts
V IlllMlll 1, enOI-Wll' riJICB 4,111111,1 flt-t'lj,
sears Miss HvaiiB: Messrs" Charles Olll,
it union jonus aim eu-oige c. warhciiur.
Mr W.lllam S Webb was the host at an
elaborate dining at the I'oatos House Inst
Weilnsdy evening and cnlerialned his
gurpls lutt-r in a box at the "1'ritice Anaii-
U." we-n.a.lon t h. ora hot,... ljj.
A,. ,,. u r ... . c, ... M,BU Amu r.-irlt.
enr, Mlts Alice Channel!. Miss Kuus. Mr, i
e-naties Ulll, .Mr. Warner Colvllle and Mr.
George S. Cftrkcncr.
The Virginia Club held nn Informal donee
in! rlrriitin of oillctrs nt tie Casino last
Thiir l ev nlng, D. Rt'ston SpaMIng
prllrnt, t'l srlrs II Fh iii-y, treasurer
Ponail I. Moshrr, s- 1 . t ir . Tht next
tin ft, will be given ci t or 23 Amoni
lhie prei-nt weir. Mr umI Mrs Si-aver
Mi's, s Anna Shelby, Liura Drpntioii, i
W lt'il'1. Lexington, Kv , Mamie Stml.
Ins, Halll.' Wlli.s, Mnbil Brown. Ida Me
Comb, tleorgla Smith, M i Frank G
House, I rsiiR It. Stollcr, thntlM II. Shlr
ln, D Ralston apaidii k, I rink V Siml I
iiin, DohaW 1 Mosher. Fred .-tmllh, Kd
warl M Dart, hlien h)te, J'rnnk D.
lte, Klnm Hi rsh. Charles Itrjntil, Dr.
I I Hsrdmsn, Will Moorr, John Harries,
Walter Phillips, J. A Lugr, Hrtivst Ggel
heir, Walter W. Attn.
tin Thursday afternoon from 1 to f.
o' lodi, the "Boonville club" was enter
tnltfl by Mr. 0. G Newman nnd Mrs. F,
'1 Mlt hell, at the plensnt home or Mrs.
V win in, 11)03 Haft Ninth sirei t The mr-"i-'
hall Anu dlmng reiim wtre tirtlsllcull)
li nrite.1 with ptini nnd golden rod. At
I u lock refreshments win served. .Music
v is furnished Ir the afternoon by the
I. i Mandolin Club, aid was tntun tti
j ' Aftrr nhoth'r pleasant reunion, the
lb adjourmd lo me t nt an enrly dite
with Mrs Wnn Nelson, of Prospect place.
The marriage of Miss Mtvry DeLure
S lute, the leiutlful and tttcompllshid
iilniik.MT of tin- Into Judflr Henry P.
I W ute, to Mr. Smith B Hall, nMvclflte
e.nter of the Kns City World, was
un ivent of unusunJ soilnl lirterest. The
' nlits and vstlbiile of Trlnlt) church
ivi ro thronged with old-tltii friend's nnd
h-j is of well-wuihors l.vst veunesi.iK
evening long beturc the hvmr npjioln i-d
fur the entrance of the bridal part. i'lo-ft-,or
Flk iM-esided tit the organ, nnd
wiiiasl away the; Intervening time with
Dele tkn rondel ed In his own trnieterful
ntjle. The Ufhtrs, Jlr. L. V. A-nbnugh,
Mr. Nnln Grute, Mr W. H Wibb, Mr
Frank Dexter, Air. M-vstln Blmpseiii and
Mr. James S. Wood, paused up (!.. aisle
In advance of the maJ.I of honvr, Mli-o
B.-uhmaJi The bride wvis ii'companle 1
bj htr brother, Mr T P. White. Tne
vwrc met at the ( nance! Ii the groom
and hl best tmin, Mr D .1. Itoje, of Mm-iK-apolls
'Ihe serviec bv ltev. Robert 'lal
bot wa rendered erpctlall linpn-sstve b
the elearl audible r "i.'iise. The bride,
alw ijs iiueenlj In greiee, was eelally
lovel In hi r gown of ivory whlti- tniln
vv. h garniture of ehilToti and white mum
ribbons. Her vdt was ra.Mened wlih i-oso-bn.ls
and t-tm cntTkyl u singic long-slemmLd
w-l.ltu io-- The maid of boiieir wore or
gandy ovir white s-Ilk, enhuncd bj va
lcneltniKS ln-erlIonf. She earrltd a bou
quet of La Fnince id"-s
A reception limited 10 immedlnte friends
wns held at the res'denec of Ihe bride's
mother, Mr. Thomas MeNnbb MKs New
ell t-ilivlTei nnd Mis Be ..e M llspuugh
asaisttd In ente-t ttilnlng. Tne presents were
renitirlcnbly elimnt Amu'ig than wire
tokens of csticm from tn mbers of tlie
prc-v and clubs with wliUh Mr. Hall Is
Mr. nnd .Mrs, Hall eft for a Northern
nnd liixtctn tour. Thcv will be at home
later at Ml Trocel avenue.
At 7-31 o'clock lat Thursday evening
Trlnltv church was thronged with guests
assembled to n liners the wedding of Miss
Ldlth, daughter of Mr. tid Mrs. Thointva
Pearson, to Mr. Frederick Tnton Dur
nint, nnd also the ceremony uniting Mr.
Allan K Pearson and Miss Martha llagnn,
nleie of Mis. M. Atchison, ltev. Robert
'laJbot, pnfiltir of Trim olllciating tor
Hie llrst couple, and Rv. S. M, Holden, of
St. Geortc's pro-cathedral, for the second.
The members of Trinltj choir decortted the
cliurvh In compliment to Mr. Durrani, who
has been organist and choirmaster for
more than five yeors. A deep frieze of as
p.iiaguit crossed tho paneling of the chan
cel and the nltar was set with ferns and
white carnations. Spiuo for Immediate
relatives was refcrvid bj two lovel) gates
of eveigieen lleekcd with white camltlons
nnd fai-tened by bands ind bows of white
satin libbons. .Mr. LJward K. Kreiser
presided nt the organ, plaMng the in irch
from "lohcngrln" us the brldU party en
teied, the 'Aniel's Seiennde" In subdued
notes during the corem nj, and Mcnd.ls
snlm'M veeddlnir march at the conclusion.
The ushers, Messrs. Fred Campbell, Frank
Furgnon. Paul Hnusman, James Ingold,
Frank Wesion and Robert Cannon, pre
ceded the biidesmalds. Miss Kuthrn Bax
ter and Miss Fannie Palmer, In adv.nce
of Miss Lllcn Hart Talbot nnd Mls Mar
garet Stiwart. of Indtncndence, who
were respectively mnldb of hon
or for MI'S Pearson and Miss
Rngnn. The two grooms approaihed fiom
the visti, Mr. Durrani nicwmpameu uv
his best man. Mr. An old Shunkhn, and
Mr Pearson attended b li s br ther Lthel
beit. M!s Ptstrfon was given away by
lver father, and M!s Raran by her aunt.
Mrs AU-hl-on Tlie brld' . were gown.-l
In vvl.Ue brocaded witin Their vilN wr-
, caught with ;nr Jiwira nts nrd vv-tit
rees The maid's of honor and bildts
nuiktv wore a'l 'n lloecy white, and all
1 carried white ro,.
A n-cepnlon t.i Immediate friends wa.
h--ld at the Ifnron Nvmti. The jiresents
were numerous and vcr hni.d otnc Mi.
land Mim. Duiraitt are nt home to frb-rdu
at M0 Iirest -.uvi-nue. nnd Mi. and Mn.
1 Allan Pearson at XI1 Ljdla avenue.
I In Fleming-ton, N J . at the First P.-es-
bvteii-111 chut h, Wcdnf-duy afternoon,
, Mis Floi-ence Piker Hinvrv, joungest
! dsughter of -Mt. W IMga: I2m-ry, of .V-w
virk and Kanfi eu, mis imirueu m
Mr. Frederick G. nrger, grandson of Mr
C G. Gunther of New York Miss M115
l'm ry wtbu maid of honcr and the brldi-m.-iid-s
T we-ro Mi"5 Marie HH'n. MIrs 1111 le
gard Ullman, I"-- Itella Cauda and Mia-
.ll-ie' Lamtvt.e. of New ork The best
man wan Wait r Plerpont Hlgelow, of
New York. Th- ltev. Dr. George S. Mott
olllcftite-il, a-' 1 ' by the Rev Di John
Hall, of N-hv lot The uMji-r , w ;:e
Messrs. Henrv P Hall, George II Brooke
niid' John i: Pnlshflil. of New Yolk, and
William T. Raltif, of Cleveland, O.
God.ird. nlthouch one of the "leer" com
nn: un: ihe -ublsct of nn InterestUi!.
meeting of the Si C'edlla coterie, whl'h
was held Inn Wi Inesdny nfternoo-i at the
home of Mrs. James Green T fifth nnd
Prospect avenue A shoit blogniphv whs
read after will h several items both crit
ical and othervvl-e, conernlng the dirfereni
pluses of the lite composers br'ef lire
wore given by ihe membir- A short mu
sh -il programme lonslsting e hlellj of God
aid's best compositions, bth Instrumental
and vo al, wns undeied by Mr? J 1 tin's
Green Mrs D. M llvnds Ml-s R'Se G10 11
Miss Kittle .McGonlgal Miss Maynie IC'r
tun of Frankfort, Kv, und Ml"s Blrdii
Green, Mil's Minnie Ramp nnd Miss Nannie
Charles. Beethov 11 will be the next com
poser under il v u-'loti at the next mat
ing which will b. lit Id Ocober D, with Mrs
T. Green, 189) Llnwood avenue.
The complimentary concert given by
Kansas city com live. No llfi Improve!
Order of Hfpfnph, nt No. 12 West Tenth
"treet, to-morrow evening will Include tin
following nun1!' is-
"Hongrolse Rhapsodle" (Liszt) Mrs, Sue
"Sunny Spain" (White)-Mlss nila F.
Violin 'solo, "Fiintnsle" (De Berlot) Pro-fei-sor
Reading, "Brave Jennie McNear Mas
ter Ambert Utile v.
"Happy Days" iA. L 1 Ray Thomas
"I! Trovatoiu" (Oauter) Master niflle
"Fiddle and I," vo-nl (Ambert Hnlle)
Mrs nnd Kddle Drogmuud.
Stbottlsche, "Ithiiptodle" (Hi'iser) l'ro
fifsor Ot-ller nnd .Mis. Drogmund.
"Doris" Miss i:ila F. Giaham.
.Vlrn, tiiunilv's lliiip;et of News.
Louvre Glove Company,
Buy your mllllneiy of Mrs. H, M. Little.
Mrs. J. H. Yost has returned from In
dlanu. Mr. Robert Siillsbury line returned from
.Mrs It S-hIis 1003 .Main, for the latest
stlfH in lullllni i.
Mls Anne Stew ait has returned from an
extended visit Fast
Miss Lou Tajlr. of Leavenworth, U tho
gues-t of MU- Buitha HasLy.
A lot of n-w patttrn hats Just received at
Mrs Little'-, 1 -'u Main street,
Mlf ",elda Know to'i. of Newton, Kas.,
Is visiting Mls A'lela Vm Horn,
Mrs Conwuy F Holmes Is entertaining
Mls Floweree of VUkburg. Mlus.
Miss Tiss Templer has 1 etui tied, affer a
veiy delightful imiunrr in Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. John C Crulkshnnk are at
home to fi lends at I'M) Patk avenue,
Miss Kutbryn Lincoln, of Liberty, will be
the guest of Mrs. II C. Oir this week,
Mi and Mis. H C. Schwltzgebcl are at
home to their frhnds ut 7-'J Prospect uw
nue Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Stowe, of No, 3J21
Hast Ninth Mtte't, ,iie entertaining u little
Miss Kntle F'lf-liiiann, ot St. Louis, Is
a visit with relutHes at Junction City,
Mis Ratterton, of Kentucky, Is visiting
MUa Pauline Arnold, of Hicfhth and Lo
cust. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Murphy and
little daughter, May, are visiting In St
Mrs. J. W. Fulrman, of Qulnoy, III., Is
visiting Mra. li. O. Mortatt, HW Tioost
Ml-s Kinm-i Kestlng left Saturday to re
sume liei studies at tho University of
Mr aid Mrs. O II. Whiting, of Welsej
K - . M. end Mrs. W II WMt , of Cou -e.il
Giuvu, Kas,; Miss I'loieucu Millet, of
O-sng City, Kne , nnd ndward Hnlllwrll,
of Wcntworth Military neademy, will b
gtiejls of Mr. nnd Mrs, Walter Halllwr
this wei k.
Mls Anna Ie I'lrtcrl, of St Loul, Is
the gnt d Jliss Lydla Schoen, 1511 Cen
ir il tr, 1
Mrs Frink Young, of Hutchinson? Kas ,
lll be lie guest of Mrs, T J. Templer
Ml Adcle '.tones, of Ind'pendcnce nvr
ntn, nrrived home last Tuesday after a
Ml May McFndden. of Chlcigo, Is the
contialto of the Second Prcsb) tcrlnn
Mrs. Hobrrl BIhop returns tortny nfter
ft pleisant summer In New York nhd on
the sen conft
Mr Llonrl Mole has returned from n
visit lo rrlntlves In Virginia, und 11 trip
to Atlntiln, (in
Mine Mnhel Ws(on, of Indepinilenr nv
entie. Is entertaining Mlsa Irene Slrutherj,
or .Monmouth III
Dr. stnl Mrs ttob-rt P, Greenle are en
tertainlng .Mr, slid .Mrs. J, W, Grtcnlee and
o'llMrtn, of Sedada.
Miss LouISi BombKk, 1110 Wyandotte
Btirel, Is entertaining Mls Alice Darcy,
or Cnrroiltoti, Mo.
, Miss Julia Let-endif. of Jerevvlll. Ill ,
Is vlslllng Mrs. Lhurlcs J. Wilding, IJ3I
Miss Ultn Bnrdwetl, of the Chlcngo uni
versity, Is spending a week's vncntion with
friends In this elt.v.
Lnriles arc ttnuested to fend description
of Priests of 1'nllnn ball toilettes to the
Journal olllce without deln.
. Mr J. C. Fennetl and son have retuniesl
from Nautili ket and Allniitl,- itv uml nrn
at home at Hia Forest nvenue.
Mrs. (1 O. Jnccard, of tin Forest avenue,
Is entertaining In r slslcr, Mrs. Horace
Chnnlor, or Los Angeles, Cal.
Judge nnd Mrs George 8. I-onenn, of
Ptdalln, will be guests of Dr. Lengnn ot
Hvde park during the Knrnlval.
1 J. F. BnsJfoTd, Ji , of St Paul, was
the gtioft or I L. Bunker last week, eJi
route home from San Francisco.
Mls Maud Hnlnes has returned home,
ntier ten weeks In Cleveland. O., BillTalo.
N Y., and a slay at the stashoic.
Miss Mamie Long, or Independence, vv-ll,
this week be the guest or her cousin, Mrs.
C P. Cnthrnrt, or Forest nvenue.
M" II K. Clendence nnd llttl daughter
are yliting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. ln'ermoie, Ul" Vlrglnln avenue.
Mies Meldon Smith, or MO Prop' cl nve
nue, Is visiting rilntlves nt BeLon, Tex.
She will return about Novcmbtr 1.
Mrs L A Liti.h.ln has returned rrotn
a ll-rce morths tr.p in the mountains and
ulemg the ceas'0le ot New England.
Miss Lena Bi ard, or Lnwtfnie, will be
the guest or Miss Alma Sliell, or i'dO Last
Llevcnth street, durlt g Kntnlvnl week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ftelorlck Watlgh, or Chi
cngo, 111., are visiting nt the homo or Mr.
und Mrs J. S. Malhews, C:t! Ord street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J U Buckingham, of
Alma, Kas, and Miss Lel.a Summers will
be feust of Mrs. W C. Quinlan this week.
Miss Burleigh Hicks, or Osceola, MO.,
will bo the guest or Mr. and Mrs. Syd
nes L. Johnson on Park avenue this week.
Miss Woods has emplo.ved n first-class
Indies' tailor, Mi. Illmon. fotmerlv of lxm
doti, mote tccuitl of this cltv. 5) Rlalto.
Miss Maude Lcem entertained a few
friends nt eards lat Monday evening, in
lienor of Miss Alice Darc, of Carrollton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Patton, of 1G01 W-an-dotte
street, have returned from n threo
weeks' visit in Topeka and Burlington,
Mls Jessie Rtisell, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. L D 11. Rus-11, ot IlMle park, left
last Thuisday to enter Montleello sem
inary. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Donathan will be
at hom northwest corn-ir of Twen'y--Ixth
streit and Forest uvenue, after Oc
Mr. nnd Mrs. I. F Gulwltz have returned
from the Fast. The -ummer was spi nt on
the Maine coast, White mountains nnd in
Mis. George M. Ackley, In the Belmqnt,
Is entiitiilnlng her mother, Mrs F J
Falvre', anil he-r sister, Mrs. Ira Welch, or
Mrs. F. D Hummer and sister, Mls Mc
Gee left ror Denver lnt Monda, tor a
thirty aajs' vllt with their brother, John
Hon. nnd Mrs. James S Drake, ot La
Gi.inge. lnd., are visiting Mrs. Drake's sis
ter, Mrs i). a, Trimble, duiing tlie full
Ml-s Gla.ls Wnllls was the guest of Mr.
and .Mrs Flank B. Wilcox, at their cottage
at Falrmount park, during her Kansas Ciiy
Mr. and Mrs. c. J. Bower leave this even
ing for Cat ronton, K . whete Mr Bower
will itlend tho letinlon of the I'ourtti Ktn
tn k cavalty.
Mr. and Mr. II. B. Miller nnd d-iughter
Grace, of Pittsburg. Pa. are vl-iilng their
inrnt", Dr. and Mrs. R. il Stewart, of
-tST Forist avenue.
Mrs Octnvle Hirdcastle, of Baltimore,
-Mil , Is visiting hrr daughter, ilrs J. S.
Reber, at Vlnejaid place, W'alrond and St.
Mr. and Mis. George J. Hwnrt and son
Hugh, of L.ulvll!e, CoV , are the guests
or Ml Kimi'ls sb-ter, ilrs. Leslie C. Fer
rec, In Hjde paik.
ilrs H. B. Glarco, wire or the editor or
the Charleston (111.) I'lalndealer. Is visit
ing her sl-ter, ilr-. Dr. John Punton, at
1011 Hast Flghth stieet.
ilr nnd Mrs James Manning leave next
Pn 111 relay ror mm? t'me in N"vv York and
Boston, nrd n visit with ilr. Manning's rel
atives In Fall Rivet, Mass.
Mrs. il. A Ovlntt and her daughter, ilrs
C A. Fl-h, or Cleveland O., are spending
a leiv weeks with Mr und ills. Flank L
Oviatt, of Walt und avuiue.
Mrs. Clarence C il Her, of 330C Host
Seventh street, entertained last Frldav aft
ernoon In compl ment to Mr, James Mann
ing, who leave shortly for the Fast.
Mr. Georire De It Tivtten. of the Chlixico
Rock Il.vnd .t. Pa Jib r-illwny, Clile.igo,
will be a guest of Virgil P. Foote, at 1122
JeiTeraon ftreet, during Festival week.
Mrs. John It Wa'ker will bo at home
to friends or. Thurda, at 523 Olive ttreen,
this wsk She Ins Iwvn thi guest of Sen
ator Cjvl.iell s famil at Warrcnslnirg.
Mr. and ills. Hugh L ilclllroy have re
turned home, utti r spending tho .summer
at Nantucket, Anbury Park and other
rushlonable tesorth on the Atlantic coast.
Mrs. Wlllium 11 Schtill, or Cednrvllle
O . Is vlidiiiii: h, r hon Mr. Poirj- A. Sehtill
and win. r.f No F,13 Huilld avenuo She
Is aicompnnli el l hei grandson, I 1.1:1k
ilr. J. C. M rlne nnd family havi re-movi-d
from their Forest avenue home
whl.'h they hive occupied for many years,
to :'M0 'liae-v nvenue. and will bo at home
to friends aHer iietobar 1.
ilrs. 11. 13 Hntrls nnd daughtor, of Den
VPi, Col,, and ills Flank Ditto, of lxnils-
Hie. Kv., are vl'lti'ig ilrs Thomas Pear
son, nnd were gucts at the Pe.iison-Dur-rant
and Ragan-Peatson weddings of last
Hope Society Nn 1 will meot at the home
of the secirtnry, ilrs. Robinson, 3100 Clur
iv street, October 4. Faeh member Is cor
dinllv Invltnl to bilng bcr family. Degree
of Honots irom St. Joseph ara expected
to be present.
During the priests of Pnllis festivities
.Mtf. 11. J Whit omb .4 entirtalnlng lur
brother, Mr, S L Vie s, and his wife, who
have bun foj inning 'imong the Rocky
mountains and at Salt Lnke City for three
months. They ate n route for Chicago,
Mrs). hitcomb will be at home during the
winter to her trlnds on Thursday, ut 1125
The 1 O. O. F. held a literary and mu
sleal reunion nt odd Fullows' hall Inst
Tuesdu evening. Dr. Klmberlln presided
nnd rend a leport Horn tho grand secre
tarj. Miss Chnmbcrlalu rendired several
vocal solos Short talks wire made by
Met-srs Atkins liluuard. Johnston, Tipton
and T.ijloi, After adjournment refresh
ments were scived.
Mrs. A T. S. Klsh and daughter, Mrs.
Meil Funk, mother und sister to Dr L
Del ilnble. id lllvervlew, Kansas City,
Kas , nrcomptnled by ills J. L Phlllljis
(all of Warsaw. Ind). slate) lo Mrs, ilnble.
und ilrs. O. li. Brown, of 1DI5 Central
stieet, Kurisas Cltj, Mo, niilved In the
elty lust week on a ten days' v It to rein.
Uvea ami numerous other fri. nds. Th'y
will also go to Topeka before returning
One of the most Interesting ovents In so
ilety clicks th past week was the selec
tion of one of Kansas City's favorite beau
ties for l'lllas Athene at the bull. Much
caie has been taken In previous years to
select sultublo persons, whose features
eould sustain tho criticisms of "would-be"
historical ciittca, who claim to be well
icqualnted with the outlines of famed god
desses, but never belore was the acme of
exact representation reached,
Miss Anna Hadley entertnlned at high
live Wednesday evening nt her home, i"0
Fast Twolflh stre. t Prizes were awurdid
10 Miss Myrtle ilarsh and ilr. Jurats Alex-inde-r.
Present were: Mlstv Hattie Alex
inele.r, Lya Sharpe, Ninnle Rhlnock, L'me
lLi Long, Doia Nugle, Myrtle Marsh. Mario
Tothlll. Coin Glei n nnd Anna Hadley;
le'iu. James Alexander. Geoigo L Hln.-s,
S. Leseur, J. W. Dty. Jam-s Hadley, y.
G. iUador, i:. C Graham, Fd Crosby and
I. p. itilsou. Refieshments were belied
at a latu hour.
A pleasant evening vvas spent by the
members of the Fern Leaf Club at the res
.dence of Miss Katie Allen on Friday even
ing September M. Card playing, social
games and dancing constituted the even
ing's, amusement. Among tho-o present
were: Misses LUz'o Burns, Maggie Allen,
Mamie FarrcL Maggie llagan, Mamie Hao-,
sin, Mnml LUlls, 1)U Prince, ltnnnsh
Ryan, Jcnni Tumor; Mersrs. F,rnt cow
e George ntleyj II. Lloyd Diinlup, John
,r-iham. Bddle MeUbeti:er,,,rrd ju -N
simes. Ben Prince, John llyan. I red
Pachel, Allen Seelcy.
At Ihe Coalrs. October ?, 10 and 1J, a
fairies' carnival will l given, urrter the
ai.spice of the Guild or Trinity cnuren a
host or children art- 10 participate nnd vv 11
tlA ie. mIhh, m-. nl.t llr i.-.aii ftml
other ehnradefs stippcsed to InhRbll tairy
land, The music Is prrtt) und catihy,
The Ilureka Dancing Club (rave the sec
ond of a series of dnnces Thurnlv even
ing, September UR. at the Imperal asnclnit
flfidein, northenst corrs-r Ilfleenui and
ItTookljn nvenue Present were illMjs
Ikrthn Uohun, Letha Stnw, Anna III k
crl, Blnnrhe nnJ Lulu Gnvrmm, Mnrv
Burns, Alice and turtle O'Nell, Dslsv i d
Wcltlia 1inoaster, ilagfle Brnnls. Nellie
IbdwrtS. Sullle Mack, Nettle, Grrrle ahd
Mimic Mnlonev, Lenn Plow. Mrs. r l,
Seoti, Mevirs . W. P.vnkow. 11 M reck,
C. B Itohl. Cal WiiBbt, II. 11 Short. P
D Williams, C. It Stuckcr, F M Oniham.
MHtt rvampbeii, W H. Bleslermnnn, II, C
Hensley, (J w Swnln, II A. Prlncij.
The following Kansis Cltans were reg
istered at The Lltns during tho pist w-ek-G.
W, Plain k. Walter Woll-olt Mr, nt d
Mr, a. W. Peel. Jotr-ph Reed, If. M.
Sloneslreel, ilr nnd Mrs, C. C Frwm,
.Mr, nnd .Mrs Norton Sharpe, peter Dnv,
.Mrs, Dnv, illss Gertrude Dnv, II. R I,
T V. Camnbell. H II. llnnls. il. T Hav s.
Phil S. lntiEhl W. P White. H, Rtn 'all.
i:. C Brundv, ilrs. W. G. Marshall, il's.
t J. urndrord w. a iiar'lnu vv . 11.
CofTey. T. II. ll!hop. !, 1). Peter. Jr.
J II. Clotrellrr. A. S Foikrr. A. P. Camp
bell, W. F. Armstrong, c. II Homer, r,
A Allgnlr, T, II Fletcher. J. It ilor.
Fred n. llucke. Miss Liura Huchcs, C F
S hlrv, William IKrburir. II. T Nrn.'er,
W II. Collins. John A Ilanlev. V S. H-ll
Miss Lend tlnVitt.Ti eens ntoiftnntlv ilir-
ptised Inst Thursday evening by a number
or ner menus, me occasion nnnc ner i'in
b'rthdnv. iluslc nnd dani Ing were prom
inent renttires of the even'ng und il -s
Pattl Grlllln nsslsteil In making the time
more cnjovable, bv fevers! e' ellcnt red'a
lions. Present were: Merdimes Knnpp,
Cnruthcrs, Hnydcn: itlssrs ArnfS Cleln-d,
Annn Kldwrll, Cora Campbell, lladle
Richardson, Lulu iUClenry illnne Site,
Cerre Sole, Pattl Grlllln, Anm Harmon,
Fltle Spencer, Gertrude Stewart Jrrfre'.
Naomi nnd L)nd Hnjden; iIeTS. Camp
b 11, Charles Tuttle, Llojd Tuple, Jim
Hnrlln, Chirles G!bb. Tom Ssvnce, Hill
G'lIIln Ltnuel Knnpp, Fdwnrd Knnpp,
Will Harmon. Harrs Whltncj, Dudley,
and Lewis IIaden.
Curl llofTlllltt Ouirtette.
Now ready for recltn', For p-arllcular
please adlres Carl HolTmnn piano ware
rooms, 1012-1011 Walnut street.
lito.M in: vi, i.it'i:.
A tinptcr Relating the Strange FTpul-
i'in e or 11 Matron.
From the Argonaut.
1 sat In the corner of the car with an In
nocent looking parcel under my arm, and I
felt as guilty as a dynamiter. I had taken
the decisive step at last, and was going nil
alone at an early hour of the morning
when onl shop girls and business men
wcie abro-vl, to take my first lesson on the
blcvcle. I had mv new bloomers and
swe.i:ei In a newspaper parcel, and f 2 50
In mv nurse to buv six tickets nt a cv clery
1 am one of the tnanv timid mations who
have held back and waited, but the lrre
s itlble cmze has caucht me tiD al last. nn..
I am In for It blioni rs and all. Many a
times have- I lingered ut the window of a
particular cyehrv, appaientlv admiring the
new machines,, but In lealio reading the
announcement. "Ladies laugh.. Six le--sons
for JJ.)" Through an inner door I
caught glimpses of fljing wheels, and ami
able )oung men -nuled nt me from within,
but 1 laeked hu courege to cios the
threshold. Many a time 1 hnd tut net! bick
at the very door from sheer timid. ty. But
this time 1 came inspired, Itouglu ni tick
et at a dttle wincuw nnd was shown to .1
dre-slnir room, wheie 1 domed mv blojm-
ets. 1 had tried them on at home bcfoie,
10 tee how they looked, and was wed
1 nougli satlslled, but m courage suddenly
ootd when 1 thought 01 w lining aero s
the hall before strange tnrr. In such an
As a little girl you arc used to the
erickle1 ot white pettlcori. - a woman
the frou-frou of tk.rts have- nceompinlid
soar evcrj movement, nnd the eflee-i of
bloomeis ean on! be described as lone--oine.
Then ou don t know what to do
wuh our nanus There are no skirts to
ho.d back, no convenient folds to h'de
our lingers the bloomer haves ou In an
arms-akimbo stle that Is more oh, much
more Impudent an atlliude th.vT becomes
our state of mind. Howevei, 1 tailed up
my courage, took a long breath, thiew
opn wide the door nnd marched bold
ai ros the hull.
When the iatnous Mr. Pcpys mide h'm
seir a coat trotn his wife's old silk petti
coat, he was at llrst alarmed l-t he should
n ke 100 gre-at .1 sensa.ion In chuich, nnd
atteiward chagilncd that he hnd nui le none
at all. That wns 'omewhat in cue. No
bo ly noticed me. and, though It was a re
lief, I felt n distinct sense of failure as
one who might excit all his sirengih to lift
wlat mined .1 heal barrel nnd llnd It in
hi- hinds of 10 weight at all,
Pe'i'hapB, In time, women, who are ndnpt
ab v crca'iuros will .earn to sit graveiui
In bloon.eis, but 111 I!tt nttempt was 11
dk tln-'t failure, 1 had no draper to full
In studied folds The curves that n wc.l
littlng skirt outline to charm n, are too
1 viounkevl in bloomers, and thir-re Is
1 ej.hing that so ILL- a woman with d ninny
as to nnd he has r.o lap to told hc-r hand?
in. The man's atliiuco of feel apni one
hand icstlug on the knee, thu othci on the
hi, is a In-tui iioe, but s'o dlstresliutly
Jiun'ty. Indeed, a won an must make
up hr mind to le agic.it-l ii dipen .nt
to c-115- ort bloomers Self-eftai i-nwat
and tlml'lty do rot become that costume.
Imagine the hanvt-omest fel'ovv of your
1." lualnfau o suddi'nl ashamed of his
lifc' To tuuk hei galtere under her bPneh
N the tlrwt anxious endeaior of the nov
ice, but It is nui .1 graceful pe.se, and et
It Is uppailliug lo a mode-t woman to thrust
out h-er h 'therto rc-Ucent leg to thd gaie
of the public.
Phi room was larire. wfth benc!.js nlo.n.3-
one end, where a few spectators wre b.l
tlrg, each In turn to tnke a linssou Young
mi n attenuat.u in sivcaters ar.l knee
li e.H&'js were ru..nln btlde bCilus,
h-oellng on the rld rs of some b main
furco, sont only b a toue-h at the gululng
And then it enme my turn, and I tried tu
louk uncoTfcrncsl. A jviung man rollid
out n wheel In tront of me, In ,1 butdn't-s-llke
way, turnsl a screw, low e rid tho seat,
and gave It a flinil tlnke to see that It was
all rUht. nnd thin motlcvrk.il mo to rnoint.
In all my llfo I have never stepped high
er than into n rullwa car, and that gen
erally with the help of n, polite hand. I
had taken little hop over mnl-puddlcs
and once scrambled up a tree to es. npe a
bull. When I was a child, and lilted to
b-ap pind hop as oung things 110, I w is ro
proi f-d and told to behave like a "little
kidy," And now 1 was s-hown a b.cyclo,
w- in a bar across tho top- for 11 was a
boy's wheel and told to put one foot on
thu pedal and throw the other foot over.
The oung man meant leg, but It la hard
to barn to apply that almuit obsolete
Weird to ladtts. He held the machine with
n grip of lion, while 1 scrsimoled Into the
scat, using tlie attendant :u a ladder, 1
oould have mounted the how dab of un ele
phaul with more grace Then tho oung
man put one arm tlrrnly around mv waist,
and holding tho guiding bir wltn the nthir
hand, we jrnved slowly otf. The attend
ant is a ntrong joung fellow, with good
muscles tlioivlng iinteST his svvmler, nn 1
much ho iit-ids them, Judging from the size,
of the ladies ht had been tnefniiig. He
wns very tevcre arel puslnesn-,ik and held
mo wlih tho dlFlntereEti-el grip of .1 n.,m
carrlng a sack of potatoes. As for me, I
clinched the guldlns bar wltn nil my
I have been In n hurricane when our
steamer vvas hove lo off lho coast of Now
.(aland, nnd all the woodwork was Wit ll d
overboard; I have been n inlwny
snutsli-up, nnd was hand-d out of the cur
through a hole In the roof; I luivo sut by
the otr window of a stage coach when n
wheel slipped over the side of a precipice;
I have seen many strange adventure, but
never had I such an acute feeling of porll
as when I sat on top of that bicycle, lKjld
Ing on for llfo to the steeling bar.
In iny second lesson 1 still scrambled to
get on, but I held more lightly to the
bar, and began to feel excitingly vcuture-
i'C costumed as mints, ice rir i, " "- .,,n..rto i:tv ItfOII ART
t. rllles. rowl guards, gnomes, frogs, rat -1 S ALt. TIItNOS, AND j' u,n ; (,
uppers nnd nl.kets, A fnlr plot Mn S , AND 4 I'HII' .' AL"Nv,,t i 1 (fi HIGH
lhrbiis.li the plsy and Ihe pr,n, p1 fhnr- ' nFaFl 1 1 ; .".' T.J 'nRFu"
Bitrrsare TltnW iueeii or the r III s, pricM ;' ' ' ''V ' '-. ' r'n in -RH CBXT
Tselmn, ipfen of the realm of I e: Arte, j nii 81 1 Vhig YiH' III " AT A
r,ueen of the buttrtll. Ob roll, the fnli H'NII,,1I,I.V , GtVB Vol" THH
prince, Pink, the mlsthleVotis Jes'er of to tOtF ' ' jt L'L8S DllLUS IN
rmrv eourl. tvlrhel Moth, Ihe m Her. I B- VMO Hi'LUT -llAHS -""l-ui'
EVERYBODY WILL MEET
TO lilTY PUltE CAXDWS.
HAT XOX13 IWT CASSWY'S.
For Knrnlval u-ech our fi tenth nml nelghimri il(( nel nvidi, and tea
hnve not JoroutUn than, 'the "Colonial'' uml Jw iri" Uuei me t.e
iisilon ami are "Jitst i thing" lor the (oval tmr Our CioutU Cumin
nwjeJromS5otaeocn jiomnX, and tlulr equal (illume he found In A'.i ..,.!
and our eyitcm of pultlnu boxen
Big Drug Store.
There Is Reason
For the Pallas Ball.
KVF.RY LA nV, SHOULD 1)315
ul ll HNI JSITB
MiWCT aVykhy LASTING; tto
Hind's Hor-t ftnd Almond Cream.
Ponnni s p 1 !rr
Kxorn pow r
L.l IlllUlehe I'nw br
till rt il Lt'iin
Celrnt' s 1'ist-inre Sonp
, ! 1)
a. s Htir Tome "'
Ilohb's piiMi?tis Kidney Pills,
Our Price l'c', Combiiio Price 500.
Si sl'es Mr -
iV- sifes rer J"
(l no sires Tor v"" , "'
Postage paid to any part of the countr.
Crown Lavender Suits 40c
ts .. 10 f'1'
, II 2
C TO li
I .... 40 i
rs .. 10 T
., 41 7i
Me m nliosnhlll s
Stuirt s PjspepKl'i Tablets
tar! rs Liver fins
tl.xt'l s sis-innri!l.L
P ott s KmiiNlon, large
So'ts Emulslnn, small
.1 1 1 r-g tlnlr lirfir
Alcock's Porous Plasters
I ooth Hruslics.
We are sole ntrent r.ir the famous KFNT
3PLCIAL. nun1 l"r us bv Ki nt e fon',
London. liver blush guaranteed. Sue each.
Thousands ot loolh blushes, li)o nnd 15e
believer money or freshness
of goods is an object
BICi DRUG STORE.
Cor. Grand Ave. ami lth SI,
Are You Going to the
If so of course you want to
be properly Gloved. Our
prices and styles will interest
8-Ilutton Suede, best quality ...S 75
lS-Kutton huc-ilo, l)o-,t finlily. ...93
10 lltttton buc-tlc, besiquali y -02 48
SU-liutton bucile, best quality.. Q2 98
We have theso in white, luack
and all -venui sliailcs. Albj G.aco
evening Gloves in all lengths.
(OIO WAIN fT.
pome. As we took our vvohb v
aeio-s the hall in oum mn 1 t
nlone fur n. i, ev di if, I iw m m n,u
me s '
I Invatliibly took advlninn- of to inn I d
II post. 1 headed MtraVlit lor ihe o st I
und then slukked anfc. emliiaet I il, a -tendant
as vve seemcdVo be- m ii.l- t
ccrluiu destruction, llttV u t-kll l l uirn
or the bar nvcilcd disaster, and vve sic
fiiffeted up the hall until ivo inie vilthi
tiumplnr distance of another po t. Th r
Is hoinetlilnn magnetic about u p .t "j n
hall vvus lirse nnd there vvas 1 1, t
loom on all nldes, but 1 took n b inp it
ench pot In turn nnd n ylmultin tms en -biuce
of the attendant lie- niili c i -mcndnble
Brnvlty, detached my d fnu to
cIuteheH fiom tlie folds of I 's -w,ni r
pliceil them on thu steering bar and . it
e Binriiq, ncunff v.-onucia until ive- f V II
join oi hip nexi posi.
J arrived ror my tlilrii li-Ef-on, bent on do
inn ficai tniniit, j sun nan to lie h In I
into tne fatnne nno euiueu a revv p., B
clve me a fulr Htnrt. nnd then I nn.i
B.illnnt (thaw and vvheebd the entlr. 101 r
of the hnll by inytelf. 1 made snni ur
peeled turn", Just shaved the io is b
n-rncle, and took one header n to
chuli-s. Hut the fulthful tittindiii ,
runnliiK bv my side nnd h ion ml a j
tne from the chalra uml put m- i ti
saddle nRiun. Hy this time I w.i till
ous with my mroess und p dnleil il ivn
linn in line hin-. itiuuini,- me m.i m , M .
rtsrfiilly pist all obstacles, whm - ii n.
ly n lante Btout lady, In full bio, m r e, s
ttime, bin st upon in startled vImou nnj I
fell off Hat.
I take my fouith lesson Mnnlav, I thini,
of iinthlni; eLe I stop nnd lo k oft i
pnsBlnp; vvomun cvcl'bt with the at me en
vy of the enthiifclnst. My dieams a-e e'
moonllKht rlden nnd mv nltih'.' n'i Jn
a fplu In the park. ISOHFL STLuNJ,
A lltiilitiir- World.
Baltimore llenld: Four lendlns; Fr n 1
scientists Vlllnrd, Cotaid, Styrc unl T 3.
pander have suooeiHlid In maktiig eVon
derful model of the earth. It Is n hu
sphere, forty-two feet In dtamctir am
has painted upon Its outtdde a'l detn.s
of the- ear.h's e oriliy. At I'm vvluru
the plfrni vvoild Is belns ehii it, a ,
Iron and tlln" dome has bein ei-.it, ni,.
the Blobe, Tht bulldlnn Is eli;ht-.-l 'i 1, , i
Is well piovlded with e-lovatnrs and it ii
was, which make It on tj ta-.k r r
tho vlnltor to exumlne "all partt of 'iu
world." The nlobe wlis el.hte. n to s.
but It Is so nicely b.ilaiire.1 thai It , in , te-i
lly 1m totaled b a .miill lml wherl. fao
entile suiluce nriii it. 5 feet when is
kiilll'ilent to exhibit all the mountain, riv
ers, Inlands nml cities, oven lo tho principal
thoroughfares of the latter. ' v '
Is "tiic.nJ of dnte," line t0fi unc . , "
CASSJDY'S, S35 WalmA