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GAILY THEY DINE
MB, AND MBS, EOBB GIVE AN 'IN
Bereral Guests From Outside the City are
Present Affair is Give a In Honor of Mr
TO CURE NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA
To Gain CTesb, to Sleep Well, to Know
What .Appetite and Good Digestion
alenu, Make a Test of htcart's
Interesting Experience) of an Indianapolis
Kobb's Son and His Brlda-Olenn is Quite 'misunderstood than nervous dyspepsia.
Elaborate am! Guests Enjoy Themselves J People having It think that their nerves
THET MAKE MELODY
MOST EHTBANOING AT BEDGWICK
as 3Ierry JJluerg Usually do Mr. and
Mrs. Kobb Prove ThcmseHes Excellent
Entertainers Shalrespeare Day Cele
brated by Hypatia Other Events.
One of the prettiest f ocial events which
bave taken place recently was the "In
fair" dinner'given by Sir. and Sirs. J. C.
ttobb at their palatial 'home. Xo. 1142 Le
wellinff avenue, in lionor of ilr. and Mrs.
C. A .Robb.
Shorfly after 3, o'clock the guests were
Invited into the 'dining room, where a
large table was awaiting them laden witn
all the delicacies that any connoisseur of
good things could wish. The menu was
Roast Turkey. Roast Goose.
Sweet Potatoes. Mashed Potatoes.
Pickle?. Cold Slaw. Celery.
Cranberry Sauce. Tomato Sauce.
Pie Cake. Tarts.
Tea. Coffee. "Wines. Egg-nogg.
The viands were disposed of amid the
merriment such as only could attend up
on such an affair. A list of the guests
oresent follows: Mr. and Mrs. C. A- Robb,
Sir. and Mrs. TV. H. Oliphant, Mr. anr
Mrs. J. D. Long, Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fuller of
Cherryvale, Mr. William Bratley, Miss
Alice McKibben of "Winfield, Mr. Maun
der Oliphant, Miss Bessie Long, Mr. "Wal
ter Palmer, Miss Marie Long, Mr. Hugh
Bratley, Miss Grace Robb. Mr. F.oyd
Fuller of Cherryvale. Will O. Palmer, Mr.
Vernon Fuller of Cherryvale and Miss
Pet Oliphant of SL Louis.
WILL DISCUSS MACLAREN.
The Excelsior Literary club met with
Miss Laura Davis Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Dr. Bennett will entertain the circle
next Thursday. This will be Ian Mac
laren Day." Program as follows
Quotations Ian Maclaren.
Incidents in Maclaren's Life Mrs. A.
- E. Shober.
Beside the Bonny Briar Bush Mrs. A.
L. Rauch, Mrs. Emily Bliss.
Critic Miss Emma Schwartz.
Leader Mrs. A. L. Rauch.
At Colorado Springs, December 2, by
the Rev. James B.-Gregg. A. S. Pope of
Pikeview Ranch to Miss Mabelle M.
White of Wichita, Kan.
ilr. and Mrs. Pope spent a few days
with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Knox of South Market, on their way
home from Galveston, where they have
been for the past month enjoying the
ealt water, fragrance of blossoms, and
the delightful summer weather.
Mrs. Pope has many friends in the city
who will remember her sweet smiling
face and loving disposition. Mr. Pope is
a highly respected and prosperous busi
ness man of Colorado Springs, at which
p!ace they will make their future home,
followed by the best wishes of their
Jriends for a long life of happiness, pros
perity and usefulness.
1IYPATIA DISCUSSES HAMLET.
Hypatia met in their rooms in the city
building last Monday afternoon and took
up the discussion over the point of
whether or not Hamlet's insanity was
real of feigned. The matter was discuss
ed pro and con with much spirit by Mrs.
Singer, who affirmed, and Mrs. R. H.
Short, who took the negative. Upon a
vote being taken, the negative was de
clared the winner. As each member ar
rived they received a souvenir card upon
which was to be found a quotation from
the author of the play. During tne after
noon several musical selections were ren
dered which added not a little to the
pleasure of the meeting.
Last Wednesday "evening Mr. and Mrs.
Parrott were given a genuine surprise at
their borne on Market street by a number
of their friends. The evening was spent
in muic, games, dancing and a good so
cial time generally. During tho evening
n. dainty luncheon was served the guests,
who entered into this part of the even
ing's entertainment with fullest. Those
present were Misses Anna Kistler, Ma
bel Voyles. Hattle Misner. Maud Voyles,
Mabel Berdean; Messrs. Will Parrott.
Charles Dedrick. Albert Parrott, Emil
Matzka, Will Longroef, Orvilie Panott,
and Mr. and Mrs. Nee?.
HIGH SCHOOL DANCING CLUB.
The High School Dancing club met at
the home of Miss Olive Maglll and or
ganized, after which they went to the
home of Mr. Torrington and spent a very
enjoyable evening in dancing. The mem
beis are Misses Olive Magill. Jetta Camp
bell. Lizzie Bjllinger, Ruby Slade, Mar
jorie Thompin. Laura Bnone, Mabel
Stoughtenmeyer. with escorts of Robert
Torrington. Ed. Bump. Clyde Paries, Ray
Campbell, Shirley Jocelyn,, Earl Brooks,
REV. AND MRS. MUNN ENTERTAIN.
Mr. mid Mrs. M. L. Munn entertained
Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. Munn';
sister. Mrs. Samantha Newbrough, of
Lansing, Mich. The time was pleasantlv
spent in social conversation, amusing
game?, recitation1;, music and the dis
cussion of daintily prepared refresh
ments. The invited guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
D. L. Snively, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hilton. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fred A. Savage, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Johnson. Miss Iva Johnson, Miss
Margaret Rnively. J. R. Snivelv, Jr., and
WAS A PLEASING CONCERT.
Tne feature of the concert at Sedg
wick Music Hall Friday evening was the
appearance in two numbers of a newly
formed ladies1 quartet, consisting of
Miss Dunbar and Mrs. McClung. so
pranos, and Mesdames Kock and Childe
altos. They sung with charming ex
pression, and their voices blend perfect
ly. Their interpretation of both their
numbeis was notably beautiful and their
work proved to the critical audience
who heard them. Their organization will
be permanently continued, and it is to b
hoped they will ba heard frequentlv in
concert in the city. The program was a
long one. and every number was greatlv
enjoyed by the large audience of muic
livers present. .Mr.. D. Hays presided
at tne piano as ncpnmminkt o,,,t ai
not fail to do her part w ith4ier 'accustom
ed success. Following Is the prosram:
are to blame and are surprised that they
are not cured by nerve medicine and
spring remedies; the real seat of the mis
chief is lost sight of; the stomach is the
organ to be looked after.
Nervous dyspeptics often do not have
any pain whatever in the stomach, nor
perhaps any of the usual symptoms of
stomach weakness. Nervous dyspepsia
shows itself not in- the stomach so much
as In nearly. every other organ, in some
cases the heart palpitates and is irregu
lar; in others, the. kidneys are affected;
in others the bowels are constipated,
with headaches; still others are troubled j
with loss of flesh and appetite, with ac
cumulation of gas, sour risings and
Mr. A. W. Sharper of No. 61 Prospect
St, Indianapolis, Ind., writes as follows:
"A motive of pure gratitude prompts me
to write these few lines regarding the
new and valuable medicine, Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. I have been a suffer
er from nervous dyspepsia for the last
four years; have used various patent
medicines and other remedies witnout
any favorable result. They sometimes
gave temporary relief until the effects of
the medicine wore off. I attributed this
to my sedentary habits, being a book
keeper with little physical exercise, but
I am glad to state that the tablets have
overcome all these obstacles, for I have
gained in flesh, sleep better, and am bet
ter in every way. The above is written
not for notoriety, but is based on actual
Respectfully yours, ir
A. W. Sharper,
61 Prospect SL, Indianapolis, Ind.
It is safe to say that Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets will cure any stomach weak
ness or disease except cancer of stomach.
They cure sour stomach, gas, los3 of
flesh and appetite, sleeplessness, palpi
tation, heartburn,vconstipation and head
ache. Send for valuable little book on stom
ach diseases by addressing Stuart Co.,
All druggists sell full sized packages
at 50 cents.
Teachers and FapUs, Charnaiac Array of
Musical Talent, Entertain a Throne of
Sensed and Appreciative Auditors,
Thus Glvlns: Evidence of Wichita's Pro
gression la the Soalfal and Elevating Art
Appropriate Selections mad Exquisite
Xlendltioas Win Hearty EncomlciBis and
tended. "Is Marriage a Failure?" was
the bill, and the performance was pleas
ing and satisfactory to the audience. The
bicycle was drawn by A. D. Boyd. At
the afternoon performance, at which
"The Midnight Call" was played, the silk
dress was given to Mrs. Sidney Ashton.
Mr. Sharpley and his company have be
come very popular with theatre goers,
and drew good houses to every perform
ance, and their popularity is deserved.
The excellent orchestra, under the direc
tion of Mr. Kreger, and the really fine
band, under the leadership of Mr. Flelsh
er, are great attractions for the company
and a distinct feature that brings busi
ness and always attracts a desirable
class of the patrons of the theatre. The
company goes from nere to apnngneia,
KEMPTON KOMEDY KOMPANY.
The opening bill of this company,
"The Black Flag," has -received the best
of notices wherever the company has
been, so that Wichihta theatre goers can
feel confident of seeing a good perform
ance Monday night. Ladies will be ad
mitted free with each paid 30 cent ticket
reserved before C p. m. TJie following
is a sample of what is thought of them:
"The Kempton Komedy Kompany
played to crowded houses both Monday
and Tuesday nights. On Monday they
gave 'The Black Flag, and on Tuesday
'In Old Kentucky.' This company is one
of the best that has ever been in this
part of the state, and Manager Back of
the opera house, was in great luck in
securing them. The company is one of
the strongest we have ever seen on the
road, and they deserve n big patronage
wherever they go. Ellinwood was sim
ply captivated with the company and an
effort will be made to have them return
at some future date. The K. K. K. is
all right, and the Leader has no hesi
tancy in according them the strongest
SOUSA'S REMARKABLE TOUR.
Sousa's Concert Banb commences, on
January 1, a tour unprecedented in point
of time, travel and endurance. This tour
will embrace a series of continuous con
certs extending, witnout a bieak, over
a period of six months in duration. It
will cover a territory of 21,000 miles,
reaching from the Atlantic to the Pacific
coast, and from Oregon to Florida, and
will include this city in its visit, the
Wichita date being February 11. The
mere announcement that Sousa and his
band are coming, conveys all that needs
be said. Everybody knows what Sousa's
In addition.' ho" brings on this occasion,
a charming soprano in the person of Mrs.
Elizabeth Northrop and the Swedish
violinist, Miss Martina Johnstone, whom
he introduced in his concerts las: spring.
AVILL IT COME?
One of the most comic opera attrac
tions of the present season, and which
shortly appears here is the Frank Dan
iels Opera cothpttny, playing Harry B.
Smith and Victor Herbert's charming
opera "The Wizard of the Nile." Com
mon report has It that last season this
was the only comic opera company
which was able to show a large balance
to its financial credit at the end of the
season, and the- fact .that the New York
press has measured all the new musical
productions -this sexton by "The Wizard
of the Nile." and not to its disparage
ment, is proof that it was also a succc-s
Yesterday was "Music Day" for the
city teachers. In honor of the occasion,
Sedgwick Music hall was secured for the
place of meeting, instead of the normal
rooms, where the sessions are usually
held. The hall was filled to its utmost
capacity with an intelligent, appreciative
audience, a large number of citizens.
friends of education and lovers of music
That music is one of the most potent
of early influences, was fully demon
strated yesterday morning by the diffi
cult papers and talks on this subject. As
one of the speakers said, "Music is the
most elevating and refining of all the
arts; it penetrates and illumes the hum
'blest cottage and lends majesty to the
noblest cathedral; it awakens the high
eat and most exalted emotions and the
tenderest and holiest sentiments. In
short, it carries men nearer to heaven
than any other agency of the human
'Not only was the history of music, its
influences upon the morals of a nation,
and the leaching of music in the public
schools, discussed and considered, but
some practical demonstration of the
work done in the public schools of our
city along this line were brought out in
an entertaining manner, which was
both a surprise and delight to all pres
ent. Miss Clark showed what is being done
in the primary grades by conducting a
singing lesson with a class of pupils se
lected from the second grades of the
city. The little ones took their places
upon the platform, opened their music
readers, followed Mibs Clark's direc
tions, read the notes and sang in a man
ner which would do credit to children of
a much older growth. Their idea of
time, rhythm, clear tone and ability to
change from one key to another must
certainly have been vry gratifying to
their respective teachers, and to Miss
Clark, as well as to the pupils them
selves. The High school chorus and the High
school orchestra each, each under the
leadership of Miss Clark, acquitted
themselves with their usual merit and
deserved the hearty applause they re
Thus was shown that the soul ofj pure
music, the united interest and enthusi
asm of teachers and pupils, and the ex
hilerating effect of the ensemble of
sweet voices are the vital carrying
forces of music in all the grades of the
public school, from the primary grade
to the High school.
The vocal solo, "Little Boy Blue," by
Mrs. Higginson, was an enjoyable fea
ture of the morning session.
The success of the work in music in
this city has been a subject of much
speculation among many interested in
such work. But the results are begin--ning
to be apparent, and in a short time
the knowledge of music gained by the
pupils in our public schools will have a
very great Influence upon the musical
taste of our city. It has been demon
strated that even the youngest pupils
may gain an intelligent knowledge of
the technical part, and become to a
great extent independent singers.
The following was the program:
"For what can wake the soul's deep,
strong instinct of another world lika
Led by Rev. Slutz
Roll call. First grade teachers will
respond with quotations appropriate
to the day's topics. Others answer
9:15 Music "America" Audience
9:20 Development of Vocal Music. A brief
sketch (10 min.) by Miss Mulvey.
Music, Piano Solo Waltz Impromptu
3:40 Music in the Public Schools: Its In
fluence upon the Moral Nature of
Children. (10 min.) Amv Burd
Mu!c High School Orchestra
10:00 A People's Character, as Portrayed
in their Music. (10 min.) Mrs. Horton
. .. Music H'gh School Chorus
10:lo Smyposium. Influence of Music (8
3. In Ancient Greece Mr. Smith
2. Upon the Teachers of the Pri
mary School Etta Mason
u. Upon the High School Student
. Miss Mills
4. Iinon tho Communitv.. Mr Kniirht
C. Upon the Morals of a Nation
, Miss Adams
10:o0-Recess. "Oh, be My Friend, and
Teach Me to be Thine".... Emerson
?J:S2AI,UElcv: msh Scn001 Chorus
:i?,ass E.erciE jjiss Clark
ll:20-S.vmposium. Teaching Music (3 min.)
3. To the Chart Class.. Mis Barwlse
2. To the Timid Pupil. ..Miss Aheme
... To the Disinterested Class
,,. ,. :;.-;: JI'ES M. Drown
11:30 Music A ocal Solo. "Little Boy Blue."
V.V";,,"'". De Koven
.. . Miss Higginson.
11M5 Announcements and Adjournment.
"Sonr A ldnrl of !rmrtfriilt 1mf.11..
able spe?ch which leads us to 'the odge of
the Inlmite and lets us fcr moments gaz
nut intrw (hot r-.-l..T- r..
the college and at his studio, early next
Professor Buck has purchased a house
and lot on Fairmount avenue. He ex
pects to move there next spring.
Mr. Smith, the painter, has been doing
good work in his line in the science room
in the basement. . - . -
The class in debates expect to .hold a
public session in the valley in about three
Misses Ritter and Durley, teachers of
Sedgwick county, visited the college yes
terday. Mrs. DuBois and her sister. Miss
Sewell, were also callers on Friday, and
Mrs. St. John was at the college onl
The contributions to the library during
the past week have been unusually light.
Two sacks of books from the secretary of
the interior have been received, at the
solicitation of our congressman, Hon.
Chester L Long. Mrs. Robinson sent a
copy of Robinson's History of Kansas,
and Professor Buck has placed the Kin
dergarten Guide. Mrs. Ellis brought 101
numbers of the Advance, and Mrs.
raves also brought several papers and
magazines. Other contributions have
been sent from the departments at
THEUE IS NOTHING SO GOOT)
There is nothing just as good as 'Or.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, so demand it and do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. He will not claim there 13
anything better, but in order to make
more profit he may claim something else
to be just as good. You want Dr. King's
New Discovery because you know it to
be safe and reliable, and guaranteed to
do good or money refunded. For Coughs.
Colds, Consumption, and for all affec
tions of Throat, Chest and Lungs, there
is nothing so good as is Dr. King's New
Discovery. Trial bottle free at Geo. Van
Werden's Pharmacy, 328 North Main
street, and G. Gehring's drug store,
northeast corner Topeka and Douglas
avenues. Regular size 50 cents and $1.00.
PLACES OF WORSH I P.
Friends church, corner of Ida and
Kellogg. Preaching today at 11 a. m.
and 7:C0 p. m.. by Miss Harriet Green
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Fletcher
block, 112 West Second street. Services
at 10:30 a. m. to which all are invited.
Reading room opened on Wednesday
from 1 to 3 p. m.
Reformed churah, corner of South
Topeka avenue and Lewis street. Ser
vices by the pastor, Bruce Griffith, at
11 a. m. and 730 p. m. Sunday school
at 10:00 a. m. Young People's meeting
at 6:80 p. m. Everybody invited.
Central Church of Christ, corner Sec
ond and Market streats. The pastor, W.
T. Hilton, will preach at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Morning subject: "Hinder
ances to the Progress of the Gospel."
Evening subject: "Sowing and Reaping."
Unitarian society Holds services on
Sunday morning at Music Hall, Sedg
wick building, at 11 o'clock, "W. G. Todd,
pastor. Subject for the day: "The Pres
ent Duty of Unitarians." Sunday school
at 12 o'clock. The public is cordially invited.
WICHITA C03I3IKKCIAL COLLEGE
llih s;W",""u :-. evening Bells
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uuuiinin fir i.ce iao-i. m.
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Th0h?lCt"c SWUj Solem"
Jlus n-."l'r'"; :. -niorose
Keck and Mrs. Childe.
d. r- , MIss Eml'y Gallagher!
Piano Solo-Wedding March....!
Mrs. S w -Vnmi
QUSnady' Arts. "Sww't Morn
Miss Jocelyn i, Jlw. B. H. Campbell,
-Mr. A ill Hatton and Mr Mur
, , ray Kirkwood.
Clarionet Solo Selected
Master Ordrj Sanford.
CWth baxaphone accompaniment
.,rof- Sanford ami daughter
Duet-' Wood-bird's Song" "....Glover
,,, Vliss Joceljn and Mrs. Childe.
Ladies' Quartet "Greeting to Spring..
Miss Dunbar. Mesdames McClung
Kwk and ChtWc.
Mrs. Stelnbuckle. Accompanist.
Prof. Sanford. Master 6rdr"and
Beatrice Sanford, with p.5no
accompaniment oy Mtss
M US1C an"ddram A .
THEIR" LAST PERFORMANCE.
The closing performance of th? Sharp
ley Lyceum Theatre company nt the
Crawford Grand last night was well at-
Xotcs nnd Uots Made or the Woo
Professor J. X. Sprouse, a former
graduate in the commercial depaitment,
who has been teaching in the Soule col
lege at Dodge City, Kan., spent a few
days in the city visiting friends on his
way to his homo at Southwest City.
County Superintendent Charles J.
Mackey made the college a pleasant viMt
during the week.
Professor C. D. Lonr. a former teach
er in the shorthand department, visited
at the college during the week. Profps-
sor Long is teaching in the High school
at Norton, Kan.
Miss Bessie Wood, a recent graduate in
the commercial and shorthand courses,
accepted a position as accountant for
Mr. Coler L, Sim, this citv, during the
Miss Daisy Fuller, a graduate from the
shorthand department, has accepted a
position as stenographer for the Mc
Namara dry goods house, this city.
Mr. Henry McCain completed the full
commercial course with high honors and
received the beautiful college diploma a
a New Year's present. Mr. McCain com
menced at one to take the complete
course in shorthancUand typewriting.
The following students enrolled during
the w eek: G. L Elsten. Ollie Todd, Guv
Stevens. X. H. Woods. Maui Rix. Frank
D.ckson. Nellie B. North. Claude Thom
as. Frank Barkmire. Arthur E. King.
Matter King. F. V.'. Feldner. F. H
Trchenor. J. D. Gillespie, Acnes Croskev
and W. E. Caseboume.
A Motflter Goose social will be given
ay the Ladies Aid society of the Re
formad church on 3Ti4n.- venir. ,- Tv.
!-. . - -J- -r - - wp. .a., utc
f vnurca, comer or Topeka. avenue and
J Lewis street. The event promises to be
j very interesting, as a verv unique and
enicuainiaj; program is bei-r prepared
The program will -be bth musical and
literary in character, anti the Mother
-jw-t- j. w Kcepsnc witn tne name.
out into that." Carlyle.
E.Vir.3IOUXT COLLEGE NOTES
Fnll Jteport of tbe rst Weckat Ealrmonni
The winter term has opened most au
spiciously this week. Nearly all of our
old students have returned and several
new accessions have been enrolled and
mult.- mc txpcvivu 10 enier next week.
The rapidity with wihch Fairmount
has attained to a college rank undr the
administration of President Morrison is
almost phenominal in the history of our
The loyalty to their college has been
extremely helpful as shown by the readi
ness with which they have placed their
best youth into her classes and by their
unstinted endorsement of the work done
on the Hill, which has been published
This very hearty co-operation leads th&
management of the college to take her
entire constituency into its confidence,
and state to them with perfect frankness
that the financial condition is not as yet
on a par with iks.t of our excellent
banks. Some obstacles to this good work
have been met with from unexpected
quarters. The friendship of Washburn
college at Topeka has been manifestad
in ways, which are. to say the least,
peculiar. Her endorsement and moral
support. That support and affection i
which every child receives from the
members of its own family, and which
Fairmount has every reason to expect
from Washburn has thus far been a lit
tle disappointing. Her efforts to induce
the Educational society to cut off their
appropriation for our support compels
the conclusion that Washburn Is not
friendly to us. Under these existing cir
cumstances we can hardly expect much
aid from Topeka. Our appeal must be
addressed to Wichita, whose friendship
is true and beyond question.
A plan is now on foot to raise $10,000.
and more, if possible, to meet floating
bills and to form the nucleus of cur per
manent endowment. More than one
third of this amount is already pledged,
conditioned on the whole amount being
raised. The executive committee desires
to open a popular subscription upon
which 10.000 names shall appear, ranging
in sums 01 itj up, or or 51,000 down.
Such a material endorsement of Fair
mount college lre at home Is absolutely
certain to bring large gifts from abroad
A series of meetings are being held by
the German Baptist church, known as
the Fairmount meeting house on Fair
mount street, conducted by some of the
ablest evangelists. A cordial invitation
is extended to all to hear the rectors.
Street car line to the door.
St. John's Episcopal church, corner
Third street and Topeka avenue. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn
ing subject: "Some Important Things to
Think of." Quartette choir with offer
tory solo by Miss Monte Dunbar. Ev
ening subject: "The Church and Her
Ways." Music by the vested choir with
offertory by Mr. George Westgate. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Young People's
services at 6:30 p. m. All are cordially
invited to be present.
Services at the First Baptist church,
held in the,Y. M. C. A. auditorium on
the corner of Topeka avenue and First
strct, arc as follows: Regular preach
ing services at 11 o'clock a. m. and at
7:30 p. m., by the pastor. Rev. C. H.
Wareham. Sabbath school at 10 o'clock.
B. 11 P. U. prayer meeting -at 6:30 p.
m. Regular prayer meeting of the
'church held on Thursday evening at 7:30
led by the pastor. All are very cordially
Invited to these meetings.
The First Methodist church, North
Lawrence, between Second and Third,
the following-services Will be held today:
10 a. m., meeting of the official board;
10:30 a. m., preaching by the pastor,
theme, "The Moral Harvest;" 11:50 a.
m., class meeting revival service; W.
B. Smith, leader; 2:30 p. m., Sunday
school revival service; 4:00 p. m., con
ference of Sunday school officers and
teachers. Topic, "How can we make
our school more spiritual?" W. E. Stan
ley, leader; 5:00 p. m., Junior Epworth
league, Miss Ensworth and Mr. Post,
leaders; 6:30 p. m., Epworth League re
vival service. W. J. Frazier, leader; 7:30
p. m., preaching by the pastor: "Is God
liness Profitable?" After meeting.
IX OLDEN TI3IES
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were sat
isfied with transient action: hut now that
it is generally known that Syrup of Figs
will permanently overcome habitual con
stipation, well-informed people will not
buy other laxatives, which act for a
time, but finally injure the system.
AN APPEAL TO SENSIBLE W0MER
Women suiex heroicallY month after month. Th
C their trouble is of such a nature that they will not talk aboat
it and they endure the dragging torture in silence. They aot
only make themselves miserable but their families unhappy loo.
How can a woman fill the place of wife or mother when she
suffers aches and pains all the time? Don't her duty to herseH
and loved ones demand that she seek health and strength?
Women frequently don't seek relief because of their
modesty. Custom has made many of them believe their only
hope lies in the exposure of physicians' examinations. They
prefer pain to humiliation. But such examinations are un
necessary to cure "female weakness". Women need not submit
to them. They can be cured at home.
has demonstrated ten thousand times that it is almost infallible for the peculiar weak
nesses, irregularities and painful derangements of women. It exerts a wonderfully healing,
strengthening and soothing influence ovei the menstrual organs. It cures whites and
falling of the womb. Stops flooding and relieves suppression and painful menstruation.
For change of life it is the best medicine made. It invigorates and stimulates the whole
system. It can be taken at any time with benefit by any woman. This great remedy is
offered to all afflicted women, w hy will any sensible
woman suffer another minute with this certain relief
within reach? Wine- of Cardui docs not fail in one
case out of a hundred of female troubles. Why
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For aaVkt In wn rMjaMftf smM .
ABVISORY CPaKTHCMT. THC CHATTJU
NO06A MEMCME C9.t CfcaJtanMaa. TM.
West Fork, Overton Co., Tenn., Aug. loth, 1896.
I have been in bad health now for eight years. Sometimes the menses ironld be Terr
scant and at others a great quantity and continue six to ten days. I was also bothered with
whites, which caused great distress. I had bearing-down pains, with smothering spells and
heart palpitation. I was so weak I could not sit up at times. There was much sick headache
and soreness in the pit of the stomach. My hands and feet were always cold. I was in this
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quick I decided to try Wine of Cardui for my menstrual troubles. I have taken just one bottle
of the Wine and have gained five pounds in weight and am in better condition than for eight
years. I cannot say enough for Wine of Cardui. Mrs. S. J. Matthews. v
ODD TELLOTVS INSTALL.
The Oldest Lodge la Wichita Eojoys
On Tuesday n.ght last there was a pub
lic installation of officers and a banquet
at the hall of Wichita Lodge Xo. 93, I.
O. O. F.. The installing officers were: P.
G. M., William Mathewson. assisted by
the following grand officers: Grand
marshal, A. R. Clark; grand warden,
Nicholas Stiffen; grand secretary, C. L.
f Stansel; grand treasurer. F. F. Parsons.
Tne officers installed were;
X. G. J. J. Smith.
V. G. W. A. Kinsley.
Per Sec. S. F. Dunkin.
R. Sec. Jos. W. MusseJman.'
Treasurer Dr. M. W. Cave.
The members of the lodge worked a
scheme on William Mathewson and had
him sit for a large photograph some time
ago, a thing he had hitherto refused to
do. During the festivities Tuesday night
the picture was presented to the lodge in
an elegant frame. Hon. E. B. Jewett, en
behalf of the lodge, accepted the pres
ent in a neat speech, in which he pralsad
the oringinal, the pioneer Kansan, and
pioneer Odd Fellow. Then followed !a
banquet royal, under the able manage
ment of the Daughters of Eebekah. and
while the brothren enjoyed xhe feast.
Professor Sanford's band discoursed the
sweetest of music
Since Tuesday night two additional of
ficers -have been appointed, viz:
E. B. Atesserve. captain of team.
W liuam -Maihewson, trustee.
The fall term of Fairmount college for
1S96 will open Wednesday morning, Sep
tember 0, and continue fifteen weeks.
Tuition in either college or academy
classes $12, payable in advance. Tuition
for the year at entrance $25. Holders of
scholarships- must present their certi
ficates to the registrar on entrance in or
der to secure remission of tuition fees.
In the academy, three parallel courses
of study, Classical, Latin Scientific and
English-normal. In the c.cfllege proper.
Classical, Literarv and Scientific.
N. J. Morrison, president, psychology
Flora C. Clough, dean of woman's
department, English literature.
Paul Itoulet, mathematics and French.
w. H. Jsely. history and political
G. ar. Chase, Latin.
B. F. Buck, normal traininga nd Eng
A. X. Leonard, Greek and German.
John Barlow, biology and natural
"W. Adam, director of school of fine
A. W. Sickner, director of school of
Assistant teachers in all departments.
NEW SPECIAL FEATURES!
1. Organization of tha woman's de
partment under the control of Dean
Clough, in its own quarters, and with
its own boarding house.
2. Henceforth the thorough nrofca-
sional training of teachers, under the
expert in pedagogy, will hold a promi
nent place in Fairmount educational
3. The new school of art for instruc
tions in all branches of painting and
drawing. Studios at the college and in
Sedgwick block, corner First and ilar
Xo extra oharge for normal training
j. union tees in art school very moderate,
not above those customarily charged
For catalogue of information call on
President Fairmount College,
Wichita, - - Kansas
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No. VOICE AND PIANO OR ORGAN.
2. Annie's Love. Duct .. ..A Jos. Winters
4. Esther's Lullaby. Slumber song . .
6. Thinking of Home and Mother
A. M. Cohen
5. Flossie. Waltz song A. M. Coha
!). The SweeteBt Song L. Denza.
12. Tho Bridge. Words by Longfellow.
H. An Outcast. Character song. J. J Fritz
25. Ben Bolt of "Trilby,, fame N. Kneass
Yj. 'E Dunno Where 'B Are. Comic...
2L Keen the Horj-cahoe Over the Door..
23. Rocked In the Cradle of the Dccn..
23. Lurllne. Do You Think of Mc Now?
27. Ave Maria (Cavalleria Kustlcana)..
25. JunUta. Ballad T. G. May
. Mission of a Rose, The. Song... ..
F. If. Cowen
Si Swcec Lor.sc Ago. Tbe.H. M. Estabrooke
St. liy Normandy's Blue Illlis..H. Trotere
V,. For the Colors .H. L. Wilson
SH. True to the Last S. Adams
40. Lo-o Evr Faithful V Bucalossl
4Z Come Where the Soft Twilight Fall
4L Beautiful Face of Jennie Knott.
41 That Word Was "Hop"...W. Xuttlns
". L.ttls Boy Blcc If. M. Estabrooke
:. Easter Eve- Sacred C. Gounod
52. Mother's Cry, A P. Adrtaacc
51. Mufcleal Dialogue. DueL
E. M. Helmund
K. Precious Treasure L. Wrtlcr
SS. Wh-n the Ross Are Blooming
f!0. Old Glory. National atr ..J. H. Woodx
52. "i oar Moifcrr Lore for You K. Koppi
CL Vicar of Bray. The Old EngEsh
CS. Ya- You We Are Prajiair
H. M. Estabrooke
55. Lovsiy Little NeJEe Dwyer
C. E. Cay
TO. Dear Heart, We're Growing OM
72. Ellallne H. K. B'lU
74 In ?wt Sptmixr IL Tnpl
'.i. My Home by tie Old M!H....
"3. Can You. Sweetheart. Ktup Secret
!J. M. Estabrooke
SO S Tbo" Living PVtura. .. R. Guth
Si aiy Old Kr-jtueky Home... .3. C. Foster
No PIANO OR ORGAN.
L Catharine Waltzes .w HXW, Roti
3. Schubert's Serenade
..."...,...... Fr. UsS
anauona . .
5. Silvery Wave.
. :...-..;. A. KWymait
7. Visions of IJicht "Wallx 8. G. C00H
9. Our Little Axnc V,altz..G. W, Gretre
11. American Liberty March.8. O. Coofc
12. Oneral fimlth'H March..... J. V. Martin
1.". The Old Oaken Buckot....CL W. Durkee
37. Impassioned Dream Waltz-....J. Ilosa
IS. Boston Commandery Marc3i
-T. II. Carter
20. Frolic of the Frogs Waltz.-J. J. Waion
22. In Hoc SJcto Vlncra aiarch-.IL if. Dow
21. Owr the Waves WaItzes......J. Jtoxaa
JK. Village Parad Quickstep....T. V. Alien
2). Sweet Long Ago. Transcription......
a D. JU5
21. Song of tho Voyager .1. J. Padrewkl
33. Cora Flower Waltzes......C. Coot. Jr.
l"fc Hlnek Hawk Waltz St. E. Walah
37. ISUUe of Waterloo... ....... .G. Andentori
Z). Itutb, Esther and Marion Bcbott....
.A. M. Cohn
I. Crack 4 Mar-h ..G. Ashton
4.1. Lap Year Bchottlschc.. O. Khn
. Manh Winds Cm lop ......D. MnflUI
47. Cleveland's Second Term March..
........ ........L. C. Noicj
. Full of Ghucer Mareh W. Sufioa
51. Blue-lllrd Echo Waltz. .ir. Morxlwi
S3. Greeting of Spring ..... C. Shtthzo
K. Memorial Dar March. .. .Lv l!"iltt
17. TwltUht Echoes F A. JweU
6?. WeJdta7 March J!enoUhi
L aiornlng Star Waltz .K. E. Zan
C McKmiey and Hooart Mrch
................. ..J. V". Tursec
CS. Bens of Comsrirfc. I'oipotirrt.."
I r. mon
7. Uryan and Swall Marcn.... L. C. Xo!3
G3. Farting la Use HtarHcl Waltz
71. Crystal Dei' WHz .....C. W. Dirlti
72. Storm MMoarka-. ........?. T. Ktf
73. Scfarz'ttln. op. .... A. GuUia!
77. Fifth Nocturne ........... ... J. Lrybh
n. PW Xo V.'ali ... .......C. W. DuriuM
SL Coming From lie Rases Gsio?.
S3. OrretU Waltz .............. E. Bptmts.c
Ala-ays orlsr by THE XUMU2F.3. sst
GLTS A GOOD JOII
in answer to Dr. Morrison's ap-
Jjome time will also be ailoweJ 'nr .-. ov.V. j ...
jjk, " .U4.cju. .ua:u dMuuoctcs ia; u; ex-
- nscts to meet his ciaass is art. both ax!
Old Cltizea or Wichita Elected to a Judge
ship for Ten Years.
The following letter was received at
this office yesterday, which speaks for
West Alexander. Pa.. Jan. S, 1S37.
To the Editor of the Eagle.
"It may be of some Interest to some of
the older citizens of Wichita, and Sedg
wick county, to know that John Add
McIIvaine, who was clerk of the court of
your county in the early Id's, was re
elected Judge of Washington cooniy,
Pennsylvania, for a term of ten years at
the Xovember el-ctlon. having a major
ity of ;.6"X Judge McIIvaine has served
a term of ten year?, and Is an able judg j
i. em axrata -tnat, jvansas did nat do
the best at the last election for her own
interests, bat we sSali e.
"Yours truly. JOEL TRCSEDELL."
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