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THE TOPEKA DAIL5T STATE JOURNAIr TUESDAY EVENING, MAI? 28, 1907. A TAILORED WAIST. PAX TON TON PAX . mr; . .... Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F Ware have issued invitations to the marriage of tneir daughter, Jeannette Huntington, and Mr. Samuel Ralph Nelson, Wednesday evening the nineteenth of June at half after eight o'clock at their house, 1501 West Sixth avenue. : At home after September first, 1510 North Seventh street. Kansas City, . . .Kansas. A number of entertainments are be lng planned by Miss Ware's friends to be given in her honor before her wed ding. Her sister, Mrs. Frederick '; Harold Nies of Brooklyn, N. Y., will arrive Saturday to stay until after the wedding. Miss Amelia Ware will re turn from Vassar about the ninth of " June. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Herbst are Issuing invitations today and tomor row for the marriage of their daugh ter Anna to Mr. George C. Thompson of Kansas City, at Grace cathedial on Wednesday, June twelfth, at eight- thirty in the evening and a reception afterwards at their house, 1001 Taylor ireet. Mrs. John Clark Harmon gave an , afternoon five hundred today for her niece, Mis3 Nellie Rugs of Independ ence, Missouri. The card tables were placed on the top floor and luncheon served at quartette tables on the first " floor. Daisies and pink carnations were used in decoration. The invita tions included Mrs. William E. rrechsel, Mrs. Harry Gavitt, Mrs. William W. Wikidal. , Mrs. Don Mul vane, Mrs. Myrtle Davis Gage, Mrs. r Percy Silvers of Fort Leavenworth, Mrs. Arthur McClintock of Lincoln, N-braska. Mrs. Robert Garver, Mrs. Charles L. Mitchell, Mrs. George W. Snyder, Mrs. Gil Updegraff, Mrs. . Ernest E. Conant, Miss Terry, Miss Mcintosh, Miss Olds of Lansing, Michigan. Miss Schuyler of Clinton, Iowa. Miss Louise Kellam. Miss Ethel Davis, Miss Helen Smith. Miss Eva Smith. Miss Isabel Smith, Miss Maude Grimes. Miss Jeannette Ware. Miss Jeannette Walcott. Miss Katharine Clough. Miss Mary Thompson. Miss Ann Harrison, Miss Kate Gunther, Miss Floyd Robenson, Miss Edna Herbst, Miss Helen Quinton. Miss Fay Qumton, Miss Allabelle Troutman. Miss Dorothy Wilson. Miss Eleanor Wheeler, Miss Reita ITpdegraff, Miss Elvira Millspaugh, Miss Helen Otis, Miss Mary Meade, Miss Alice Lakin, Miss Mary Moore, Miss Hazel Fassler, Miss Helen Thompson. Miss Helen McClintock. Miss Jessie Campbell and Miss Calla Cuttell. Mrs. J. C. Mohler and Mrs. John Baird Nicholson entertained their bridge club at the Country club to day. Mrs. I. O. Howe entertained the j Felicity Whist club this afternoon. j m Four Topeka chaps of Prominent Families who move in Our Best So ciety were arrested the other night for singing in the state house grounds at what the officer considered an un seemly hour. Served 'em right for those barber shop minors. The New Tork branch of the Army Relief society, whose object is to care for the widows and orphans of of ficers and enlisted men of the United States army, will give an outdoor fete on Govenor's Island. May 28. Mrs. Fabius Maximus Clarke, formerly of Topeka, is chairman of the press com mittee. General and Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant will hold a reception for the members of the society and their guests at their home on the island and the three daughters of General Phil Sheridan who are to be the guests of General and Mrs. Grant that day will assist in one of the refreshment tents. Mrs. Francis M. Crossley gave a mpper last night for her son, Mr. Fred Crossley. the other guests be ing the following members of his fraternity, the Delta Omicron Omi rron: Earl Spencer. Darwin Bradley, Dick Reed. Harry Curtis. Dale Going, Hairy Gaunt and Clyde Adams. Leavenworth Times: Mrs. William Hook and Miss Louise Hook will leave the first of the week for St. Paul, Minn., to join Judge Hook, when they will go to New York to attend "the graduation exercises of Miss Dorothy Hook and will then spend the remain der of the summer in northern Minne sota. Airs. D. Atchison and Miss Sadie Atchison have returned from a visit with Mrs. Edward Wilder in Kansas City. Mrs. Louis Wulfekuhler has issued Invitations for a series of four card parties. An out of town marriage rif interest to many Topeka friends of the groom who formerly lived in Topeka, and was a reporter on the State Journal for a number of years, is that of Miss Cora Doran of Ottawa and the Rev. Harvey H. Fowler of Hoyt. which will take place next Wednesday at the J ome of the bride in Ottawa. Lawrence Journal: Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Carruth issued invitations Thursday fof the marriage of their daughter. Constance and Dr. Elmer V. McCollum. the evening of June 6, at 7:30 o'clock at the Carruth home on Louisiana street. Kansas City Star: Mr. Walter W. Colpitts entertained at dinner Satur day night at the Broadlands in honor of Miss Florence Rossington of To peka. The other guests were: Mr. Edward T. Wilder, Mrs. Wilder. Mr. Ralph Stout, Mrs. Stout, Mr. Jack Firth. Mrs. Firth, Miss Helen Stout, Mr. O. H. Martin. Invitations will be issued this week for the commencement festivities at the College of the Sisters of Bethany. The annual May Pole party will lie held on the campus Saturday evening, June i. at 7 o'clock. -Monday evening. June 3. the senior play. The Merchant of Venice will be given. Tuesday morning. June 4. the graduating ex- Helps over the hill. Got lots of hard work? EAT " Grape-Nuts THERE'S A REASON" A stylish, practical and simple construction is the shirt waist here illus trated. It is of plain white linen, having three tucks on the shoulders near the arm, both front and back. The box each side gives the blouse a neat finish. The full sleeve with a deep cuff and a turned back cuff of embroidery is very pretty. The neck is finished with a standing collar having a turn-over of the embroidery to match cuffs. White pearl buttons are used down the front. Any kind of tie desired may be worn. ercises of the elementary school will be given at 10:30 o clock in Holmes Hall. Helen Louise Crosby, May Kel ly. Mildred Morton, Ruth Wilson, Jean Hodgins and Hattie Price are the grad uates. Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock the graduating exercises will be held in the college chapel. Chap lain Silver of Ft. Leavenworth will give the address. Junction City Union: Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Mr. A. F. Boles and Miss Edna Zel lers. at the home of the bride's moth er in Topeka on the 12th of June. Af ter the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Boles will leave for the west where they will spend several months and will leave in the fall for Honolulu where Mr. Boles will look after special work for the Prudential Insurance Co.. of which he is the general army agent. The Stratford club will have its an nual dinner this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McEntire. The members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larimer. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Heath. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Van Hook, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Berry, Mr. and Mrs Irwin Pribble, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber J. Greer. Mr. and Mrs. George O. Mays, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Fugh, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Noble. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eastman will entertain their neighborhood card club this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earle C. Williams will play for Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Fer.-y. Mrs. J. T. Lovewell and Mrs. Paul Lovewell gave an afternoon party to day for Miss Helen Morton at the home of the former. The guests were limited to the women of the Washburn, fac ulty. The medical staff of Stormont hospi tal will entertain with a lawn party Thursday evening in honor of the nurses' graduating class. The members of the class are Miss Maybelle Parks, Miss Maude Hampton. Miss Laura M. Wright, Miss Maude M. Keramer and Miss As;nes O. Powers'. Lawrence World: 1 Miss Sarah Piatt and Mr. Wilford Wheeler were united in marriage at 7:30 last evening at the home of Mrs. J. A. Henley, sister of the bride. Rev. Chas. K. Corkhill per forming the ceremony. Both are grad uates of the university, Mr. Wheeler graduating in 1906 and the bride in 1904. Mr. Wheeler is the assistant chemist of the Illinois geological survey with headquarters in Urbana and Mrs. Wheeler has been a teacher in the city schools. They will be at home at 511 West Illinois street. Urbana, 111. Mrs. Wheeler has visited in Topeka and has a number ' of acquaintances here. . Miss- Josephine McCammon. of Wash burn, gave a house party over Sunday at her home in Valley Fall". The fol lowing Washburn students were guests: Miss ' Josephine McCammon. Miss Nel lie Raster. Miss Marie Ziegler, Mr. Ralph. Forbes. Mr. Ralph Johnston and Mr. Harold Tice. Mrs. S. E. Lux. Mis. Frank Park, Mrs. B. F. Shumate and Mrs. E. S. Marshall will give an afternoon Friday for the members of the Froebel club in honor of Mrs. J. Chatham and Mrs. R. L. Sare. who leave Topeka soon, the first for a permanent residence in Par sons and the second, for Denver. Mary Eliza Anderson gave a party Saturday at her home, 628 Fillmore street, to celebrate her fourth birthday anniversary. The guests were Fern Rethmeyer, Truman Hazen. Thelma Patton, Mary White, Orville Brown. Jessie Roper, Lillian Boon. Mildred Aiken, Hileta Hebb, Nancy Boone, Flor ence Spurrier. Lawrence World: The reception and musicale given in small Fraternal Aid hall Saturday afternoon, by the Daugh ters of the American Revolution, to meet their state regent, Mrs. W. E. Stanley of Wichita, and others of the Colonial Dames, who were attending the state meeting of that society here last week, was most delightful. The hall was appropriately decorated with flags, screens, fugs and settees. The flowers used in the decorations were marguerites on a table in the center of the room, and syringas on the table from which the guests were served ice and cake. A musical program was given during the afternoon. Those who took mrt were Mrs. Shelley, piano selection; Misa Charlotte Hodgson, piano selection; Miss Miriam Waters, piano selection; Mrs. Simons, Mrs. Straffon, Miss Mae Riggs, Mrs. Mitchell, quartette; Mrs. Blanche Lyons, vocal solo; Mrs. Lyons and Mrs. Straffon, duet. Mrs. Stanley i plait down the front stitched on gave a very interesting talk on the late Continental Congress, telling of the hall being built in Washington by the D. A. R.'s. During the hours from 3 until 5 o clock over twenty-five guests were re ceived by Mrs. C. C. Seewir, Mrs. Clar ence Hall. Mrs. W. B. Brownell and Mrs. W. E. Stanley Xotes and Personal Mention. Mr and Mrs. Thomas A. Clements, of Philadelphia, formerly of Topeka, will sail Thursday on the Deutschland for Paris, London and other European points. Atchison Globe (Monday): Miss Ethel Davis, Mr. Dana Davis and Mr. Robert Fullerton, all of Topeka, were the guests of Miss: Ruby Chisham Saturday and Sunday, and returned to their homes this morning. Mrs. Eugene Burr and her daughter Florence of New York who have been visiting in Leavenworth came yester day to visit Mrs. W. E. Drechsel. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kelly went to T avenworth Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. William C. Laughlih. Mrs. Kelly will remain in Leavenworth for a week while Mr. Kelly makes a business trip to western Kansas. Mr. Darwin Bradley and Mr. Harry Curtis spent Saturday and Sunday in Emporia. They went down to assist the Emporia Delts in initiating Mr. Paul Root. Miss Floyd Robenson left yesterday for Mexico, Missouri, and St. Louis. Her mother, Mrs. James P. Rowley, will leave Thursday to join Miss Robenson In St. Louis and they will go on to Jamestown, Virginia, and Westpoint, N. Y., to visit Mr. Arner Robenson who Is a student at the U. S. M. A. Mr. Jay Close will leave soon for Berlin Heights, O., to take a position in a b.nk. Mrs. George P. Stitt and her baby daughter have gone to El Paso, III., to visit Mr. Stitt's people. Mrs. E. M. Jolley and her daughter Caroline of Kansas City, are guests of Mrs. Frank P. MacLennan. Mrs. J. M. Robbins of Cottonwood Falls Is the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Porter, 1129 Polk street. Miss Boyd of Arkansas City will vis it Mrs. F. S. Jackson at the Devon some time next month: Miss Glen Davis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Da vis of Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Voorhes of St. Joseph are expected to spend Sunday with Mrs. Voorhes' mother, Mrs. E. S. Marshall.- Mrs. A. E." Wilson - and daughter. Miss Mollle who have been visiting for the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson, will leave tomorrow for Topeka, where they will visit for a short time before going to Berlin, where Miss Wilson will study music. Salina Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Matthews have taken apartments in the Gleed flats. 420 West Sixth avenue. Miss "Ella A. Barteaux of New York city, who has been spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. H. A. Cone, will return to Lawrence today to continue her visit. At the meeting of the mission circle of the First Baptist church Wednesday afternoon Mrs. .Thomas Grey of Mi cronesia will speak.' Chapter 5 of Christus Rudentor will be studied. Emporia Gazette: Miss Birdie George and Miss Lillie Ortman of To peka were the guests of the Gilchrists yesterday ...Miss Jeanette Daven port of Topeka arrived this afternoon and will be the guest of Miss Elva Clarke till tomorrow, when she will go to Council Grove. Mrs. Sutherland of Great Bend Is the guest of her daughter-. Miss Mary Sutherland.- at Washburn college. Bishop and Mrs. Millspaugh went to Salina yesterday to attend the com mencement exercises "at v St. John's Militarv school. Their son. Mr. Clark- yon s PERFECT oivdsr Cleanses and beautifies the teeth and purines the breath. Used by people of refinement for over a quarter of a century. Convenient for tourists. PREPARED BY Tooth F Special Children's White Dresses, 59c Children's White Dresses for the last day of school and Decoration day. ' We have them ages 4 to 14 years prices range from RQo J3.95 down to WlU Gingham Dresses, 35c Children's Gingham Dresses a large variety of styles to choose from ages 2 to 14 years, trimmed with braid and embroidery, prices range from $1.25, down to 35c Up-to-Date Millinery at Interesting Prices A good assortment of children's stitched brim, round . crown, linen hats in white and gray. A good 50c value, our price Children's Lace Braid Body Hats, can be made in any style trimmed hat, these come in white and champagne. Choice 25c, 50c, 75c. See this lot before buying. 39c A beautiful line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats from $2.00 to $8.00 worth more money. son Millspaugh, is one of the gradu- a Miss Meryl Parks, who is the guest of Miss Berenice Healy, will return to Kansas City Friday, accompanied by Miss Healy. Miss Hazel Xelson and Miss Louise Heath, who will be her guests over Sunday. Mrs. A. C. Elder will leave this evening for Chicago where she will join her daughter. Miss Bess Elder, and a party of friends with whom they will sail for Europe to spend the sum- Mr. Fraser Cole went to Salina today to attend commencement at St. John's Military school. .,, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Falkiner will go to Des Moines. Iowa, weanesaay iu spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larimer. ' - Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Soper, who have been in Europe for several months, landed in New York today. Mrs. Soper will come direct to Topeka to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Farnsworth. i Ur Hiram P. Dillon, who spent several months in Europe, land- ed in isew iorK iiiui.-ui, ...v. yesterday for Kansas City, where they :..;n i - few davs with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dillon before returning home. , , i 1 M.p T.ntVier X. Lewis of iUI, anu .'no. . . t z .. in Ho the e-uests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Akers for the May party at the Country cluo neuurau Miss Helen McClintock has re turned from a visit to Miss Katharine Rockwell in Kansas i it. Mrs Rousseau A. Burch and Miss Winifred Burch went to Salina Satur- ,1 ..otiiT-nori Monday accom panied by Mrs. A. E. Wilson and Miss Mollie Wilson or ios ausi, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barnes will fmm 1173 Fillmore street to Highland Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. mul-hch " house at 1173 Fillmore later in the summer. Mrs F. C. Krauskopf. wno nas Deen the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bates, left Sunday for her home in Madison, Wis. Mrs. L W. Mayberry and her son Robert of Arkansas City arrived yes terday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. . - . . -vCt- nnd Mrs. A. A. Hayes. Mr. Mayberry will join them later in tne weeK. tvt- a Pnspr and. dauenter Doris will go to Osage City Wednes day for a visit. Mrs. Taggart, who has been the guest of her niece, Mrs. D. E. Esterly, will leave for ner nome in vicvcicmu. Ohio, today. Mrs. Emily French 01 jei .orie, Col., left yesterday after a visit to Miss litre! Aiaricn. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bigger of Hutchinson left yesterday for Excel sior Springs after a visit to Mrs. Ed win Fox. Miss Marie Westerfield of Kansas City is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Westerfield. It 1 T ) . . . , 1 nntartnitlPli 71 1 1 Til - ber of his little friends Thursday after noon to celebrato nis sevtfiuu anni versary. The guests were: Emma Vogel. Ella Vogel. Freda Klein. Cor nelia Steinkamp. Anna Skibbe. Renase c t-,j . t - i ... -trMrtn "Rimdenthal. CCUUC, .CiUHd J -. 111. . Theodore Pennekamp. Richard Linde- mann, William bkiuuc Skibbe, Paul Senne, Paul Klein, Louis Simon, Julius Vogel. Theodore Cowel, Alfred Ross and Marion and Mar garuite Ruhter of Clay Center, Kan. Would you like to know all about the new method of health? it is called rhiropractic (ki-ro-prak tik) and means hand-fixing. The place is 822 Kansas avenue, suite 11 and 12. Remember to tell your friends about it. - Prices Something: You May Need for Decoration Women's Shirt Waists, 49c Women's Shirt Waists made of percale, lawn and sateen black, white and fancy excellent gar ments for outing wear AClf Choice Wednesday 1 Ju Women's Duck Skirts, 98c Women's Duck Skirts dark col ors ;made full, trimmed with bands a good every day or outing garments each 98c Women's Petticoats, 75c Women's Black Sateen Petti coats mercerized1 made full with wide flounce and ruffle, a 98c -value In credit stores ' tomorrow. . . I . .' , 75c . VeU Special, 25c You will need a veil for Decora tion day' our assortment la com plete by the yard we have fancy net, chiffon and sewing silk in all of the popular shades per OKf yard. UUU White Wash Belts, 5c White Wash Belts made of a lin en finished canvas plain buckle adjustable clasp, worth 10c, tin each 'OC Hair Pins,. 1 0c Doz. Shell and Amber Hair Pins 3 inches long plain or crimped worth 15c per ' jn. dozen..... .... AUti G. W. R. Ward, of Menoken, is ill at his home. Wm. Gerdon and family moved yes terday from 925 South Quincy street to 219 West Gordon street. The Taka Hash! club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Bessie Sheetz. 1232 Quincy street. Miss Flora Milburn of 514 Park street. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Milburn won the piano in the E. B. Guild piano contest. All members on degree team of M. W. A. No. 1243, are requested to visit the North Topeka street fair Wednes day evening, May 29. The choir of the Church of the Good Shepherd will meet Wednesday evening at the church at half past 7 for rehear sal instead of Thursday evening as us-ua-i. Mrs. Winston Fuller and daughter Elizabeth, of St. Joseph, are here for an extenfled visit to Mrs. Fuller's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ' Dolman of 1428 Kansas avenue. Dr. Cuttell. of McPherson. who is in town for the dental convention, called upon W. A. Forbes today. Dr. Cut tell as" well as Mr. Forbes are chicken fanciers, and both are owners of choice Buff Wyandottes. The Ladies' Guild of the Church of the Good Sherherd will hold their last meeting for the summer Wednesday af noon at the home of Mrs. Axtell, in Holman's addition". As there is some work on hand to be finished a full at tendance is desired. Mrs. Helen Harford will speak at the Baptist church, corner of Harrison and Laurent street, at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at a mothers' meeting. In the evening at 8 o'clock she will make an address at the' same place. Every body cordially invited. , 1 A coach load of Russians and a bag gage car of their effects left today for the sugar beet fields. J. Statler has cl-arge pf the party. Mr. , Statler has rented his property, corner '-of Kistler and Monroe streets and taken his family to the sugar beet country for the sum mer. - ' The Argonauts will hold their last meeting of the club year this evening at the home of Mr. and Mr?. ,v- C. Nicholson, 919 Van Buren street The lession will be on "Much Ado About Nothing," and the paper . for the even ing on "Shakespeare's Women,'' will be by Mrs. W. E; Tanner. All mem bers are urged to be present as plans for the annual picnic to be held June 4 will be discussed. A summer wedding which will be of great interest to North Topeka people WHEN YOUR FOOD Is properly digested your entire system is benefitted and strengthened, but when the digestive organs are derang ed the food ferments and. causes untold suffering. In such ; cases, however, vou'll find that a few doses of HOSTETTER'S STCIVIACH BITTERS ... 11 e.i. n.i cat tViirnrs! T" f C !l f" fl ST 'A 111 For over 53 years it has cured such ail ments as Poor Appetite, ! Heartburn, Miur i i if-' Mir, i m- .-!. luuigmuuii, Oostiveness or Malurial Fever. Try it. NORTH TOPEKA NEVV5 for Tomorrow Wednesday Specials Straw Hats 50c to $2.50 Never such a showing here before at the prices or anywhere else In this section. We show the very -fashionable Yacht Shapes $1 to $2. Out- spec ial at L'.50 is the finest thing ' ever shown in this city at the price." -.. Boys Straw Hats in all - the late shapes, 25o to 75c. Children's Sailors 25c to 50c. Men's Fine Mohair Shirts, .SlJ0O and $1.75 - V' Collar attached, colors - are cream and white. This shirt is cool and com fortable for hot weather. ; Something nice Sl.OO and $1.75. Paxton's Special Sl.OO Shirts We've made good on them to the extent of establishing a wide reputa tion for them. The best dollar shirt in the, country. Plain white and all kinds. of fancy patterns, coat or regu lar styles, attached cuffs Three for $2.75. Men's Fine Balbriggan Underwear, 75e a suit. . - Boy's Knee Pants, 50c grade, spec ial, 39c. Trunks, Suit Cases, Bags, Money Saved Traveling expenses reduced. Trunks are made of best seasoned timber, trimmings extra fine to match quality, prices. $2.35 to $15. Suit Cases- leather or imitation, $1.35 to $6.50. Bags 49c to $3.50. House Furnishings 7- inch Semi-Porcelain plates, worth 3oc, special, per set 23c 8- inch Semi-Porcelain Plates, usually sold for 45c, per set, for 35c Decorated Sugar Bowls, 65c val ues, ..special, ' for 59c Dpn't fail to get Our Prices on will be that of Mr. Charles Myers of the grocery firm of Morns & Myers, and Miss Mary ; Wilson- of West Eighth street. The wedding will take place June 26.- The young people have leased the J.. S. Morse- home property at 214 West Gordon street where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Morse expect, to spend a part of the summer in the east. James F. Hetzel, whose death occur red; -yesterday at his home near Ei mont from a complication of diseases, was one of the old settlers of Shawnee county, coming here in 1866. He was 63 year3 old and is survived by his wife and; three sons and a daughter. The funeral will be held from the Prairie Home church at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and the burial will be in the Prairie Home cemetery, The G. A. II. will have charge of the services. Amity lodge 231. K. of P., elected the following officers at their meeting last evening: C. P. Antrim, C C; A. J. Gahagan, V. C; B.- F. McPherson P. ; Wm. Shorey, M. of M. ; W. H Zarker, K. of R. & S.: A. B. Schenck M. of F. : H. C. Bowen, M. of E.; H W. Banks, M. of A; H. E. Johnston, I. G. : George Gurtler. O. G. The lodge also voted to give the Carnival bride and groom, Mrs. Ida Beeler and Mr. Wilbur Palmer a J10 wedding present, and a committee composed of B. F. McPherson. V. R. Parkhurst and A. N. Goodman was appointed to select the eift. Great preparations are beinj made for the Memorial day services at no- Chester cemetery Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The conveyances for the singers and others will leave tne Avenue and Gordon street ior uocnes- tei- nt 1 n. m. sham. At the cemetery the Blue post and ttenei l orps w in ue in charee., Dr. M. R. Mitchell mar shal of the day will form the veterans and corps and march to tne soiaiers HiiT-lnl nlat where the ritualistic exer- riip. nTid the decorations of the graves will take place. At the conclusion or this the march to the reserved seats will be made and the marshal will conduct the soeakers to the stand and introduce Comrade D. C. Folsom. a veteran of the Mexican and Civil wars. who will be master of ceremonies. tv, a mnsle -crill be trlven D a cnorus of male voices under the leadership of W. M. Van Ness and iouows: rirsi tenors. C. C. Berry. A. E. Fraser. C. C. Nicholson, T. N. Forbes; second tenors, L. P. Fraser. John Steel, C. S. Alex ander. S. S. .dinger, A. T. Rowe; first hasa C. E Suit. Lt. tj. Anaerson, a. Musson, I. R. Royce. M. S. Evans J. A Lukens; second bass, J. W. Smith, J " D Pratt. W. K. Gardiner. Paul B. Van Ness, W. A. Forbes, M. E. Hard ing Kenneth Clark. W. M. Van Ness, director; Miss Edith Gabriel, accom panist. The rest of the programme will include a prayer by Rev.. G. W. Stafford, oastor of the Kansas Avenue vt it riurch: song by State Industrial school; recitation of Lincoln's Gettys burg address. Lois Seger; address, a w Dana: music by male chorus; address. County Attorney J. J. Schenck; music Dy tne cnurus, male diction. Rev. J. Barrett. After the .nninsinn of the programme the boys of the Industrial school will give a military drill.- Th North Toneka Civic ciuu jarnivai opened last evening under very auspic ious circumstances at the carnival grounds on Laurent street and Kansas avenue. From the avenue to Monroe street was one large crowd of moving interested people. Mayor Green and the members of the city council wno open the show were on hand at the appointed hour and after the formal opening was completed .which took place at the" In tersection of Quindy and Laurent streets the fun for the evening commenced. Day G. A. R. SUITS 1 Strictly ! AH-wool Flannel $9.00 Men's Up-to-Date Strictly Allwool Blue Serge Suits $10.00 Semi-Porcelain 9-Inch Decorated Plates, worth $2.19 . a dozen, per set of 6 for only.. 89c Beautifully Decorated Semi-Porcelain Water Pitcher, most stores sell for. 48c, 'our price 35c Wall Paper, from 15c down to. .5c The mayor and his party visited the dif ferent attractions commencing with tha London Ghost Show on Quincy street, north of Laurent. The mystery that sur rounds this show makes it one of the best attractions there is. Across the street to the south is the Outlaw show and nearby are the Venetian glass blow ers. An interested crowd is always at this place watching the men at work. The souvenirs which are shown are unique. One was a basket of large sized strawberries covered with a glass dome. The Janes Museum, the Penny Arcade and the Crazy House were all well patronized, while the Giggle Gallery on Monroe and Laurent streets was a gen eral favorite with every one. In fact the entire show is a clean, good one with no objectionable features. Caro, said to be the smallest horse in thz world, weighing 60 pounds and measuring 26 inches, was a favorite with all. The hoof of this dainty horse is the size of a half dollar. The monkeys are also general favorit-as. The Ferris wheel and the merry-go-round worked overtime until after ten o'clock. This latter which is situated on the Campordas tract on Monroe and Laurent is one of the best of its kind. The Wild West show was one of the good attractions. The exhi bitions of riding, roping and shooting by the cowboys and Indians were fine. Charles Strahl. the champion high divpr of the world, leaps from the top of an aerial ladder 116 feet in height to a llfo net. Two performances daily are given by Prof. Strahl. Mamie, the fire dancer, is another one of the attractions. A good band ' accompanies the show and concerts are given daily. The mayor and the members of the council express ed themselves as well pleased with th evening's entsrtainmnt. Performance"? will bs given every afternoon and even ing this week with the exception of Thursday, Memorial day. Numerous lunch and lemonade stands have sprung up on Laurent and w-ith the various shows makes this street a lively place. The crowd last evening was orderly and everything went off smoothly. After eleven o'clock all quieted down Just as though there was no carnival in town. Ate Breakfast With the King. Madrid. Mav 98 rimidn in.. i - health continues excellent. She was up feunday and took breakfast with the kin? Ttt- r.nituprn, t. physician who was in attendance upon the queen will accept the title of mar quis bestowed upon him by the king. He has refused to accept any pecun iary remuneration for his services Buy a home,. Pay for it monthly. See the Shawnee Build-; ing & Loan Associa tion, 115, West 6th I street. ' Ask the Sec retary to explain the plan.