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THE TOPE DjmY STATE' 8, 1907,
l'S) 4- C yy-j The second Hellanthus dance at Vine wood was an event of last evening and was attended by the following: Mr. and Mra. Dorr Norton of Kansas City, Mrs. Percy Silver of Leavenworth, Mr. and Mr. Arthur Lingafelt of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Snyder, Mrs. Myr tle Davis Case. Mies Schuyler of Clin ton. Iowa. MiS3 Marjorle Ilette of Fort Madison, Iowa, Miss Roxy Johnson of Oklahoma. Miss Norma Wheeler of Kansss Cliy. Miss Elizabeth Barrlger of Omaha. Miss Katharine Clougri, Miss Louise llcNeal, Miss Helen Lind tay. Miss Bessie Campbell, Miss Fran ces Connell, Miss Anna Harrison, Miss Lola McAfee. Miss Elvia Millspaugh, Miss Nellie Millspaugh, Miss Allabelle Troutman, Mies Helen McClintock, Miss Gladys Scott, Miss Maud Grimes, Mis3 Kdna Herbst, Miss Alice Lakin, Miss Helen Smith . Miss Eva Smith, Miss Isabel Smith, Miss Florence John stone, Miss Helen Otis, Mr. Ben John- Bon. Mr. Waiter jjurgess, air. jun Stewart, Mr. Will Stewart, Mr. Mike Unrrni' Xll- TV win CuiTT. Mr. ChaS. Ouibor of Bartlesville, L T., Mr. Joe Wilson, Mr. Monte Kistler, Mr. J. Karl Henderson, Mr. Illf w. eiix, Mr. Dav id l. Latin, iir. Glen Haughey, Mr - r m TW,- PlarlrRnn "Mills - jiai v ' i v 1 "I" 1 - - . - - - Faugh, Mr. Harry Eagle, Mr. Tinkham Veale. Mr. hJn Arnoia, jar. ai l cam naiiTnan "Mr- Hsrrv Fleish- uain a .v i. in."..., - - man. Mr. Lew Graham, Mr. Merrill Lindsay, Mr. Jay House, Mr. Jim Mc Far land. Mr. Clarence Jordan, Mr Fraser Cole, Mr. Earl Ewart, Mr. Wal ter Hayes. Mrs. H. A. Auerbach and Mrs. W. S -rnr-inA.ir -ntoriaiTicd three tables in- ii .h.(Ht,n fnllnwed bv luncheon st the Country club this rooming. " - r - 17- t ChIm nf (he Devon, will entertain at cards this evening for Miss Edna Zellers and Miss jriorence vaiuu of Temple, Texas. The guests invited ere Miss Neme uvimau. aiio " " Williams, Miss Lenore Monroe, Miss Edna Zellers. Miss. Florenca Ca Miss Edna Zellers. Miss Florence Ca hoon. Mr. Walter Stahl. Mr. Edwin Flood, Mr. Howard Carruth. Mr. Lynn Bloom. Mr. James Stewart. Mr. Pres ton Coleman. Mr. Arthur Boles and Mr- Walter Boles. Mrs. G. C Bowman and Mrs. H. A. Ferry will entertain the members of La Douzaine card club and their hus bands at dinner tonight at the home of the former. 804 Topeka avenue. The tables will be decorated -with baskets of sweet peas. Beulab Chapter O. E. S., -will give a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Polndexter at the home of Mrs. Geo. O Wilmarth. 1101 West Eighth street, Wednesday evening. Mlsg Ssctte Matthews of Albany, Texas, Miss Jeannetto Ware and Miss Anna Herbst were the guests of honor st a tea. this afternoon by Miss Louise Keliam and Miss Allabelle Troutman at the Kellam home on Western ave ime.ljom 4to6oclock,and the hostesses were assisted by Mrs. Frederick H. Nles of Brooklyn. N. Y.. Mrs. Eugene War. Mrs. George Snyder, Mra Arthur McClintock, Miss Edna Herbst, Miss Dorothy Wilson. Miss Patricia Butlln of the City of Mexico, Miss Helen Thompson, Miss Isadel Smith. Miss Mary Overholt. Miss Eleanor Wheeler. Miss Florence Rosslngton. Miss Anna Harrison. Miss Nellie Rugg c-f Independence. Miss Calla Cuttell, Miss Anna Troutman, Miss Elizabeth HollHay. Miss Nellie Baker of Lathrcp, Mot. Miss Katharine Kellam. . Mrs. C H. Gaunt was the hostess at luncheon yesterday for Mrs. Wilson and Miss Dolly Wilson of Los Angeles, CL. guests of Mrs. Rousseau A. Burch ; Miss Maggie Bucher of Las Vegas, who is spending a month with her sister, Mrs. James E. Hurley, and Mrs. Edgar Etter of Albuquerque, who Is visiting Mra. George Heyden. Covers were laid tor Mrs. Wilson. Miss Wilson, Mrs. Et ter, Miss Bucher. Mrs. Hurley, Mrs. Jtureh. Mrs. C. A. Morse, Miss Bess "WesV Mrs. T. N. Klsteen, Mrs. T. J. Myers. Mrs. Heyden and Mrs. Gaunt. The table was decorated In Cape Jas mine and candelabra, set with green candles. Although most of the garden peren nials which ordinarily make June so beautiful were Injured by the frost and the roses, peonies and many of the flow ering shrubs are less gorgeous than usttal, the field daisies are more fair and profuse than for a number of sea sons. The field at the Daisy Farm has Haver sees so pretty as It is this year. The annual commencement reeltal ot the piano pupils of Miss Anna Par-TT-Bundy was held last night, Mrs. O. B. Winkle of Paxlco and Miss Hel en Hogeboom, vocalists, . assisted. ' The Ramblers club will meet Mon day with Mrs. O. B. Martin, 8 25 Jef ferson street. The members are re ouested to bring their scissors. The Good Government club will have an outing at Vlnewood Saturday, the 16th. taking dinner at the Vine wood cafe. They will leave the sta tion at 1 o'clock. Those whom the Be Cheerful Worry and gloomy thoughts wear on the nerves and injure the digestion. When you feel blue, try to look on Sie bright side of tilings, cultivate ealth-thoughts and correct the sys tem by taking Cold everywhere. In boxes 10c and 23 c, Jeecfiam'J Society and sf sT sT committee have hot been able to see will inform the secretary,-Miss Aldrich If they Intend to go. - ':- . Mrs. J. P. Wahle and Mrs. W. H. Bowlby have issued invitations for an afternoon thimble party Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Wahle for Mrs. James of Minneapolis. Minn., who is the guest of Mrs. Bowlby and Mrs. C. A. Wilbur, who leaves soon for Boston to remain. '- Miss Ethel Hadley entertained this afternoon for her sister. Misa Wini fred Hadley, and Miss Edna Zellers, who will be June brides. Miss Beulah Gilman was the hostess of the Vendiere Card club Thursday evening at her home, 1102 Kansas avenue. The members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. SUMMER The hat shown In the accompanying Illustration reveals a smart and graceful effect. It is a Gainsborough shape made of white Milan braid, trimmed with light blue and white ostrich plumes. A band of light blue velvet is placed around the crown and fastened with a large buckle. A bandeau Is placed under the left side and carried around in the back. This is made of light blue tulle, which is put on very full. Fred Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roddy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curry, Miss May Pryor, Miss Eva Cox, Mr. Frank Scott,-Mr. Herbert Clark, Mr. Ed Brown. The guests of the club were Miss Ethel McMlchael. Miss Clara Miller, Miss Irene Pryor, Mr. Klngsberry and Mr. Evans. The marriage of Miss Lillian Leeds of Topeka, daughter of the late Arch deacon Leeds, to Mr. Harry Davidson also of Topeka, was celebrated Thurs day evening in St. John's church on the Prairie. Wakefield. The Rev. Frank Millspaugh, bishop of Kansas, per formed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. R. O. Mackintosh, rector of St. George's and St. John's. Wakefield. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Charles Moultrie. Right after the service Miss Clara Marshall sang, "Oh, Perfect Love." The bride wore a beautiful gown of French organdy. Her veil was of the finest net, fasten ed to her coiffure with orange blos soms in crown effect. Her only 'orna ment was a gold cross. She carried a shower bouquet of roses. carnations and calla lilies, which was presented by the Daughters of the King. The decorations were very pretty. the chancel was festooned In smilax and carnations. The altar was banked with white roses. The church was filled to overflowing with friends of the bride. The bridal party consisted of Mrs. Fitzgerald, aunt of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davidson, father and mother of the groom. Mr. Hugh Davidson, brother of the groom, Mrs. Belts and Mrs. Downing of Clay Cen ter. The bride and groom left for an extended trip through the west to Portland, Oregon. They will be at home in Topeka. r Tha Daughters of the American Revolution will celebrate Flag day. June 14, at Holton, where the Topeka chapter will be tne guests of Mrs. Geo. H. Llnecott. of that place. The party win go aown on tne kock Island tram at 7:45 a. m. Mrs. Linscott will be the hostess to about forty ladles, placing ner nospiraDie nome at their disposal for the day, and will entertain them at dinner and supper. Even If all your kin are noor and . commonplace tnere is this advantage You will never bore people bragging aooro mem. - a Votes and Personal Mmtlon. Miss May Hobart, who is a member of the faculty of the Cathedral school, Washington, D. C, returned last night from Washington and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hobart until today when she . left for Oklahoma City for a short visit. She will return to Topeka again to spend the summer. Col. W. H. Rosslngton will go to Wellesley to attend the graduation of his daughter. Miss Alice Rosslngton, who takes her degree next week. Mrs. Percy Silver of Fort Leaven worth, guest of Miss Elvla Millspaugh and Mrs. J, W. Burt, went home to day, ' Miss Helen McClintock and Miss Gertrude McClintock went to Kansas City today to see Miss Ethel Barry more in Cousin Kate at tha Willis Wood. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Holbrook ' of Coffeyville are the. parents of a son, born Friday, to whom they have given the name of Thomas Emmett Dewey Holbrook. Mrs. Holbrook was, before her marriage. Miss Augusta Dewey of Topeka. Miss Amelia Wars and Miss Guenn Godard are expeeted home tomorrow from Vassar, . Mn Arthur T, McClintock of Lin coln, Nebraska, is here to spend Sun- I day with Mrs, McClintock and their Nenrs Personal Mention baby daughter who are visiting Miss Gunther and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mc Clintock. Mr. George C. Thompson of Kansas City, whose marriage to Miss Anna Herbst takes place Wednesday, will arrive tonight and be a. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Herbst until the wedding. Miss Eva Smith will join the F. E. Grimes family who leave Monday for the City of Mexico to be gone until September. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Van Valken burg will spend the ' summer In the Mohawk valley. New York. Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey and her son will spend part of the summer In New York and other parts of the east. Mr. Elon S. Clark left last night for a trip to New York. He will stop en routs In Chicago, Fort Wayne and Versailles, Indiana. MLLTSERY. Miss Edith Dumont of Kansas City will arrive next week to 'visit Miss Daisy Warner and Miss Venice Whit ney. ...... Mrs. Charles Adams and her chil dren left this afternoon for a short visit In Colorado Springs. Miss Mary Meade went to Arkansas City today to visit her sister, Mrs. Roy Ranney. Ottawa Herald: Miss Jessie Byers went to Topeka this morning to attend a house party given by Miss Anna Hoch. Atchison Globe: During the pres ent summer. Dr. Charley Howe and wife will make a trip of two months through the west. They will visit Yellowstone park, Seattle, Portland, A WEDDING A graceful wedding gown Is here Illustrated In developments of ivory white silk. The gulmpe la made of Duchesse lace and the sleeve flounces are of Duchesse and' point lace combined. The Jumper has a turnover col lar of hand embroidery, which makes It very unique. It has three tucks on each shoulder front and back to.. give the desired fullness, The kimono sleeves and front are also hand-embroidered. The" skirt is made plain, nine gores, with, full sweeB or round length, as preferred. t San Francisco;' the .Yosem'tte - vallev. Los Angeles, and the Grand 'Canyon of wo:oraoo. Emporia " Gazette':' Miss Alma George returned home to Topeka this afternoon after a visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gil christ. Mrs. Parks went to Topeka this morning for a day's visit. Lawrence World: Judge-J. g. Wood of Topeka was the guest of Prof. M. E. Rico and his mother -during com mencement season. Miss Mary Darlington - and- Mrs. B. W. Woodward leave tomorrow for Mt. Clement, Michigan. : Mr. and Mrs. Otis Benton and son Gerald of Oberlin, Kansas, and Judge McCabe sailed today for Europe. Miss Marie Parrish will leave for her home in Springer, New Mexico, Saturday. Miss Kennedy and Miss Actea Ken nedy will attend the summer school at the State University. Miss Blosser of Independence, Kan., who has been studying ceramic art in Topeka, has returned to her home In Independence. Mr. Elmo Murphy of 1118 Taylor street has gone to "Albuquerque to spend the summer. ' - Miss Pearl Boam is visiting in Leav enworth. . . Miss Schuyler of Clinton. Iowa, who Is the guest of Miss Alice Lakin, will leave next week ror ner nome. Mr. John Maher of San Francisco, CaL, will arrive next week to Join Mrs. Maher on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Walsh. - - Mr. and Mrs. Eugene- Sallee and daughter Peggy of Kansas City are here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson will leave next week for -a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holton -of Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. Hobson will -spend the month of August at Long Beach, Cal. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Polndexter of Parsons and Mrs. Poindexter's mother, Mrs. Richard Gundry of Los Angeles, Cal., who Is their guest, will come to Topeka the middle of the month and remain until the departure of the E. W. Poindexters to Kansas City where they will remain. - Mrs. Willis Norton, will leave June 19 for Wellesley, Mass.; to attend the graduation of her daughter. Miss Jose phine Norton from Dana Hall. Mrs. Norton and Miss Norton will spend the summer in the east. Miss Ruby Nicholson will leave Monday for her home in Rockford, 111., accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Arza Clark, whom she Is now visiting. . Miss Mabel Andrews will be home next week from Rockford college, Rockford, lil. Dr. Lawrence Chamberlain, who was the guest of Mr. Phil Chamberlain left today for Cedros Island, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Connell and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Koonta will return the first of the week from a trip to Colo rado. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Kelsey and their son Scott will leave Saturday to spend a part of the-summer with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Watson at their sum mer home In Michigan. Mr. and Mr3. Watson will leave Monday. Mrs. J. P. Root of Kansas City will be the guest next week of Mrs. C. B. Reed. - " ''' .Miss Esther ' Rauch and Miss Mary Gleed returned -todjpfrorn Lawrence, i Mrs.' Harry B'. Walker and her son' of Kansas Citv will' arrive next week for a visit to Mr. an Mrs. Jariies Hay- den. - - ' Mrs. Charles B.-' Thomas and Miss Elvia Millspa-agh' wllS leave the latter part .of, the month m- avlslt.n Baltlr more. They ' wilt also attend the Jamestown, .exposition. ' " ;"" . Miss liazel NelsoiV will return! the first of the week fronj a visit lh Kansas city.. ' ' , " . "'J..- ' Miss Caroline Roser left today for a visit to her sister MrsfelF.fA. Robinson. In Chicago. . . - " Mr. Harry Curtis went to Lawrence yesterday for the Owl dance. Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Weaver of Kan sas City are here to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McClintock. Mrs. Weaver has Just returned from a visit in Bedford, Ta. ' Mr. Carl Bolmar will return today from a bicycle trip to Colorado. Miss Mary Hay den has returned to Holton after a few days' visit to Miss Mary Chamberlain on her return' home from the State university. Mrs. W. H. Whitton of St. Louis Is COSTUME. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Whlt ton. - - Mrs. Charles Samson will leave next month for the Wisconsin lake region. Mrs. Charles Luling of Wichita, who has been spending a few days with Mr. Luling at the Copeland. went to Kan sas City today. Mr.. Arthur Mills and his daughter Lucne and Isabel Mills went to Lake View yesterday to remain over Sun day. - . Mrs. Morton Albaugh and her chil dren left today for Logattee, Ind., to spend the summer. Mrs. Frank Tomson will leave next Thursday for her home in Cedar Rap ids, Iowa, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. D." Coburn. Mrs. Frank Wilson has returned to her home in Quenemo after a visit to her father, Mr. Joseph Sibley. Mrs. Blanche Wilson-McDowell will leave Tuesday on a trip to Denver, Col. Miss Mathilda Richards, who has been in Topeka all spring will leave Monday for Chicago. Mrs. J. Mendelson of New York city is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Aug ust, at the Throop. ( Mr. and Mrs. George Nell and their guest, Mrs. F. W. Dickerson of Den ver, Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Neil and Mr. and Mrs. George Overmyer are spend ing a few days at the Neil farm near Wakarusa. Mr. and Mrs. M. Snattinger, Miss Florence Snattinger and Mr. Irwin Snattinger will leave today for Minne apolis, Minn., to spend the summer. Miss Ruth Morton will return to Tescott, Kansas, today after a visit to Miss Hermione Van Laer. Mrs. Nellie Washburn of Richmond, Cal., a former resident of Topeka, Is visiting her. mother, Mrs. B. A. Gal breath and sister, Mrs. Mollie Hunter, 1432 Western avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Campbell and children of Long Beach, Cal., are visit ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. Ben son at 311 Polk street. - Miss Bessie Holmgren returned home yesterday from Long Beach, Cal. - Miss Esther" Darbyshire of El Paso, Texas, Miss Jessie . Byers of Ottawa, MissHortense-Imboden of Wichita and Miss Fern Hoover of Baldwin are the guests of Miss Anna Hoch at the Gov ernor's House for a few days. Mrs. Ida M. ! Bevier has returned from a visit in Kansas City. Mr. Theodore Zercher, Mr. Clinton Zercher, Mr. George Wilbur, Mr. Roy Cope and Mr. Ray Cope have gone to Maple Hill to spend two weeks camp ing. -Dr. and Mrs. Norman Plass went to Excelsior Springs today to remain over Sunday. - ' - Mrs. J. M. Cleaveland has returned from a visit in Oskaloosa. -Mrs. George A. Rockwell has re turned to her home in Junction City after a short visit to Mrs. Elon S. Clark. Mr. Fred Clark of McPherson, who was here to attend the Bethany college commencement and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clark, has re turned home. Mr. Jlark will place two of his daughters In Bethany next fall. Mrs. H. C. Short and Miss May Short have returned from an extended stay In California. Mr. C. F. Newton left yesterday for his home in St. Louis after a visit to his niece. Mrs. George Stansfleld. . JVIrs. Merle La Mott and son Jo.n Of' Newton are the guests of Mrs. W. H. Righter. Miss Susette Matthews of Albany, Texas, arrived today for a visit to Miss Allabelle Troutman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Fthley have rone to Hobart Okla., to spend a month. 1 - -' ' Mrs. J. B. Furry will, return the mid dle of this month from a trip to Wash ington and Philadelphia. Mrs. P. C- Chamberlain returned to day from California. Mts3 Esther Rodgers left today for a. visit to her brother. Mr. Dick Rodg ers, in Muskogee. I. T. Miss Frances Winter left yesterday for Canon City, Colo., where she will be the guest of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sare and their sons left yesterday. . for their future home in Denver. . ' Mr. Merrill Mills will return home the last of this month from New York, where he will be graduated this month from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia university, and will spend the summer with his father, Mr. W. W. Mills. , . Mr. and -Mrs.. J.-.B. Larimer will leave next. week, for Wellesley, Mass., tn . attend , the' f graduation of their daughter, Miss 'Julia Larimer, from Wellesley college. TTT T.- nilmrt o r-T-i trun V from El Paso, Texas, for a visit of several weeks to his brother, Captain H. JN. Giiman oi fire station No. 1 and his mother, Mrs. William Oilman. : Mrs.: Mina Nelswender and son, Thurslow, of " Silver' Lake, are the guests of Mrs. Neiswehder's sister, Mrs. C. L, Dolman of 122 West Gordon street. Mrs. Dolman Is also entertaining her mother, Mrs. ; McGill of SUver Lake. Jacob Ingenthron. ' who Is en route from Russia to North Topeka, is still detained in the hospital at Baltimore on account of illness, but will be re leased soon. The trustees of the Rochester ceme tery met yesterday afternoon and ap pointed Howard Green superintendent of the cemetery to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Clarence Scott who leave shortly for Peoria, 111., to take the position of superintendent and landscape gardener of Springdale cemetery. Mr. A. E. Busey was ap pointed assistant . superintendent at Rochester. Miss Ruth Woodford left this after noon for Kansas City where she will be the guest of Miss Grace BrownelL Charles Suit made a business trip to Willard today. Miss Mabel King,- of 115 East Gordon street, has returned from a week's visit to her brother, Whltmer King at Kansas City. John Myers, father of Charles My ers, Is very seriously 111 at his rooms, 825 Kansas avenue. The services tomorrow at the Church Of the Good Shepherd, (Episcopal) cor ner of Laurent arid Qulncy streets, will be morning prayer at 11 o'clock, even ing prayer at 8 o'clock. Sunday school and Bible class at 10 a. m. Mrs. Ed Kassabaum of Silver Lake, was In town today shopping. Rev. J. R. Madison and family, who have been living at Manhattan, expect to return shortly to- North Topeka to live and , will occupy their property at 611 Park street. - C. X. Hutchlns has returned from North Piatt, Neb., where he has been building depots, for a short visit to his family. . . . Joseph Pasley and Clarence Wilson of Grantvllle. were in town today. M. A. Hutchinson and Jasper Wyant of Kiro and Thomas G. Howell and J. L. Holllster of Silver Lake, were North Topeka visitors today, S. - M. Drains, colored, died - at his home, 800 Clay street, June 6. The funeral will be held from the B street Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The burial, which will be In I That, law Edge H ft On your collar, the one that , leaves a red mark, is caused .. by your laundry not putting: on a smooth finish.- We look after every little detail, not only in your collars and shirts but every piece of laundry you send us. A Telephone Call 546 Brings our wagon for your bundle and returns it to you promptly. CITY HAND LAUNDRY LYMAN S ULSH, Props. the Topeka cemetery, will be In charge of the. First Sons and Daughters ot Ja cob. Charles Gerteisen - will spend Sunday visiting relatives in St. Joseph, Mo. C. W. Sheppard, chief clerk and cash ier at the Santa Fe junction depot, has returned from a six. weeks' vacation on the Pacific coast. The German Ri?.ssian American league which numbers nearly 300 members and which now meets In a hall over Hard ing's bicycle store on the avenue, are about to purchase two lots on North Sardou avenue on which they will erect a meeting hall, 25 feet by 60 feet and If necessary will enlarge It in the fu ture. The lumber companies are figur ing on the lumber estimates for the hjifldincr. Petro & Woodford, prescription drug gists. "The G. C. C. club met at the home of Miss Agnes Clark, 155 Holman street, last evening. This was a fare well party and those present were: Winifred Spangler, Mona Buell, Eva Kimes, Ruth Walker, Helen Hunt. Mabel Amell, Mary Doane, Clara Doane, Effie Peyton, Agnes Clark. Kirk McCorkle, Pierce Amell, Floyd Heinzman, Willie Baker, Paul Cooper, Charlie Clousman, George Lease. Charlie Sheets and Clarence Gabriel. Rev.-J. K. Miller will preach tomor row morning at 11 o'clock at the Con gregational church for the pastor. Rev. T. J. Pearson; Rehearsals for the Fairies' Revel, which will be given next week in Lukens' opera house for the benefit for the Santa Fe foot bridge annex, are held daily. This cantata is given under - the . direction, of Miss Ceora Lanham, assisted by a committee comDosed of C M. Morrow, chair man; W. M. Van Ness, Charles Suit. F. R. Conwell. W. S. Bergundthal, J. K. Withers. Fred O. Morns, Mrs. Frank Van Nice, Mrs. F. O. Morns, Miss Ruth Barrett, Mrs. Rice, Miss Nellie Willltts, Miss Lizzie Schnemler, Miss Sad'e Withers. This cantata is composed of fancy drills and musical selections and the cast liiclues the following North side children: Fairy Queen, Grace Frantz; King, Ray Harries: Pages, Ralph Ken dall and Edwin McCann; Trump eters, Edwin Scotton and Willie Har mon; Queen's attendants. Alberta Stack, Lois Seger, Margaret Harries, Josephine Harris, Clarissa Gamlowski, Emmett Ferguson, Willie Colvin, Wil lie Sherwood, Roy Slaybaugh and Calvert, the High Wire Expert, Who Will Be at Vine wood Park Another Week. Owing to the popularity of the free exhibition given during the week at Vlnewood park by Calvert, the wizard of the high wire, he has been re-engaged for a portion of next week and will give free exhibitions afternoons and evenings at the park until Friday, when his engagement closes. His performance is the best thing of the kind ever seen in this part of the-country and it is the only free ex hibition ever given at the park where the spectators flock to the scene and remain in breathless awe until the act Is completed. Though' his act Is given In mid air with the earth sixty feet be Clarence Betts, with Miss Schnemler, chaperon; bumble bees, Gilbert Bur gen, Arthur Nichols, Merrill Rutter, Everett Gennett and Herbert Wilson; butterflies, Margaret Morns, Mary Montieth, Blanche Willits, Clara Wil li ts, Helen Burgen, Grace Schultz. . with Mrs. F. O. Morns as chaperon; king of the Are flies, Ralph Lyon; Fire flies. Dean Van Ness, Arthur Sipes. Carl Knoll, Morris Park', Leon ard Shore, Russell Hamilton, Bert Peckham, John Moore and Harold Day. Evening star. Hazel Hobson. with Miss Ruth Barrett as chaperon. Stars, Cecil West, Mabel Horner and . Hazel West. Sandman, Elmer Slay baugh and John Kincaid. . Flower girls. Hazel - Stoneklng, Margaret . Nichols, Lulu Kline, Leona, Giffen, Eva MoCorkill. Catharine Hobson, Mary Doollttle, Ruth Hobson, Kath-, arlne Welke, Emma Lease, Ruth. Havens, Ruby Wise, Vera Maze and Edna Gennett with Miss Sadie. With ers as chaperon. The seasons of the year will be fairies appropriately -dressed. Spring fairies. May Brora- raell, Lena Cook, Freda- Smith, Flor ence Harries, Emma, Urban and Mary Summers. Summer fairies, Grace Forbes, Nora Ward, Mabel Rowe, Henen Bigham, Bessie Schenck and Florence Shore. Autumn fairies, Katharine Stevens, -Pearl Shultx, Edna Eldridge, Esther Gamlowski, Hazel Stoneking, Emily flheets and Bessie Willits. Winter fairies, Mabel Suit, . Margaret Nichols, Mabel Chamber lain, Eva McCorklll and Catharine Walker. Cupids, Hazel Rice and Gladys Swearingen. with Mrs. Rice as chaperon. Goblin man, P. O. Lanham. Goodnight girls, Mildred Hobson. Esther Walker, Vera Maze, Jeannette Montieth and Irene Graft. Dream land fairies, Freda, Harchelberg, Clara Place, Louise Suit, Madallne Harrison, Gladys Pratt, Sara Matt is, Viola Van Nice, Fannie Witcher, Ethel McClure, Berenice Eldridge, Hazel Williams, . Luciie Williams. Berenice Bullock, Vera Maze, Florence Herron, Grace Lane, Lulu Kline, Edna Gennette, Loena Glffln, Ruby Wise, with Mrs. Frank Van Nice and Miss Nellie WU litts a3 chaperons. Autbmoblle Hospital, 20 West tth . street, selling agents the famous Hals man, buggy auto. Call and see us. Examine the screen doors before buying elsewhere at J. Thomas. Lum ber Co., 213 West th St. . 1 1 neath him on a slender cable he !s as much at home as he sits down to en Joy an evening smoke, as he reads the evening paper as he would be If seated In a parlor. He was unable to reach the city In time for a performance at the park last Sunday and the engagement to cover tomorrow was made possible for this reason. The wire upon which his work Is done Is but five-eighths of an Inch In thickness and three hundred feet In length supported on poles at a height of sixty feet, from the ground and It would have been higher If poles to support it had been obtainable.