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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING- JANUARY 4, 1913.
17 OCIETY The parties at the Lee Monroe home next week will attract the attention of a large number of the society and club women. The guests of honor will be Mrs. May Belleville Brown of Sa lina. Mrs. Sadie P. Grisham of Cotton wood Falls, Mrs. Kate A. Aplington of Council Grove, and Mrs. Matie Tooth aker Kimball of Manhattan, who will arrive the first of the week and be house guests a few days. Mrs. Monroe and her daughters. Miss Le nore Monroe and Miss Daisy Monroe, will be hostesses at three parties dur ing the week: a bridge-luncheon Tues day afternoon, a tea Wednesday, and a Salmagundi Thursday. The hostesses and the four guests of honor will stand In line to receive the guests at the re ception Wednesday, and the assisting friends are Mrs. John R. Mulvane, Mr. E. H. Crosby, Mrs. A. W. Knowles. Mrs. George W. Crane, Mrs. J. D. McFarland. Mrs. W. A. McCar ter. Mrs. W. S. Roark, Mrs. Carr W. Taylor, Mrs. . H. O. Garvey, Mrs. George M. Stone, Mrs. S. S. Estey, Mrs. Lillian Mitchner. Mrs. Frank C. Montgomery, Miss Lillian ' Chadsey of Decatur, 111.. Miss Effle Graham, and Mias Florence Welch. The dainty evening gown in the drawing Is of a distinctly girlish type With high waist line and bodice Joined what various persons on. the program the home of Mrs. W. N. West were: ! Mrs. Earl Woodard. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. visiting her grandparents. Judge and will contribute, is keen. A part of the Mrs. A. Zahner, Mrs. W. T. Crosby, Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitte Lee, Mrs. DeWitte C. Nellis, left today for program will be given from the stage. Mrs. George Farkhurst, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mrs. her home in Los Angeles. Her father, and others from the spaces between Shelton and Mrs. Arch Catlln. J Hoyes' mother, Mrs. E. J. Smith, Miss Mr. Harmon Ryus, who is on his re- the tables about the fountain, in true j Ella Brownell, Mr. Franc i turn from a trip east, stopped In To- tavern style. Hall's orchestra will One of the season ticket holders for i 4 4. . peka and Celeste is making the trip piay at intervals during the evening,- the Parkhurst concert series declares The Elwell Bridge club will meet home with him. . and a short "orchestra concert will be that she received enough pleasure Tuesday of next week with Mrs. W. j Mr. and Mrs. I L. Kiene and their given from 8 to 8:15. Not all of the from the first three numbers to more j e. Davis, 1185 Fillmore street. family moved Friday from their home tables have been sold, and those who than pay the price of admission. Nev-, 4. 4. 4, on Linccln street to the sheriff's resl- wish to buy them may apply to Mrs. ertneiess. she sees no reason to omit KANSAS AUTHORS CLUB. I dence. Air. ana nra rr. ij reppnieyer &uu V, o. -Motional hntoi. the succeeding concerts. The first I The members of the entertainment ; -" " neia last Wednesday at the home of -"sr aauguwr unu. u&vb iciumcu iTtL are: Mrs. Charles Brooks 'ro 1t Tuesday. January 14. Ru- M, M Geo. p Mo-nolI WJJS, from Kansas City, where they visited Thomas, Schuyler XicholK Mis Bennett K. f r- This concert ?are? Mrs- VT.Roby proved to will be especially interesting for stu- e , ,ne.st,,lf . T,he Passin' On dents and teachers of the piano. Seats "-. "ew uuok, was Buujcii iui uiaLUSKiuil. Y III. . r. Mrs. dolph Gar.z, one of the famous pianists a Mr. and Mrs. D .H. Martin and Mrs. R. L!?6.00""1 wilI,.play he Grant pared by Mrs. H. W. Robv nrovert to ?PPmeyer'a brother, Mr. George. Mc- Latchey, ana Mrs. aicLatcney. - Miss Bernice Fuller has returned to Indianapolis, Ind., after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. r uuer. .. ! for the concert go on sale this week at tne i-jnnrt'a Guilford Dudley. News "has been received of marriage of a lormer lopena man, air. 4. 4. 4. Chester H. Jones, now of Chicago, to 1 Mrs. Hal Norton entertained her Miss Eloise Morrison, the daughter of bridge club Friday at her home. 704 a prominent banker, W. F. Morrison, West Eighth street. of Denver, Colorado, The wedding was I 4. 4. 4. celebrated at the home of the1 bride's Announcement cards were received parents, Tuesday evening, December 31. ' today from Rev. and Mrs. Davis Ram- Mr and Jars. Jones are on tneir way .J "eir 01 me marriage 01 ineir to Chicago, Connelley talked of the forms of ne gro dialect; J. G. Wood described the old negro minister in a well written essay; Mr. Morehouse presented the popularity of the short story versus tne long novel ana gave the reasons; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bagley of 1108 Throop street entertained the follow ing guests at dinner Thursday even-: ing: Mrs. Hope Bundy of Marion, 111.; Mr. William Chamberlain of Junction City, Kan.; Mrs. E. N. Cann and her; Mrs. Wood had a character study of son Gary of Centersville, HI.; Mr. C, "Aunt June," the principal character W. Sprague - of Minneapolis, Minn.; in the book; B. B. Smyth had some- ."Mrs. Kate Darling and her daughter British Columbia; from npnvpr. and are daughter, Mary Sherrard. to Mr. David thine- to sav on th nmhoMiMu Hnna r Sslmn toDDing in Topeka to visit Mr. Jones' Gladstone Page, Wednesday, the first; the plot; Mrs. B. B. Smyth described Mrs. Angie Sprague and Miss Hope K.th0r Air S A Jones and Mrs. 01 January, at ueecnwood, aenKin- 1 tne -little love storv: Mr. TCimhaii : Sprague of Topeka. Jones. 1507 Western avenue. They , .inwh? itTn fCh-i swered Question, Is it a problem ! f-a'FF will be at home in Chicago after Feb ruary 1. Mr. Jones Is one of the man aeers of the General Electric Com panv of Chicago. He was brought up 801 unaenwood avenue. Topeka, Kan.story, . . j visiting Topeka friends, is a guest to- ! v iii j ,v. j, Idav at the Charles Gleed home, in ' ttons under which the story was potw.ln- 7 If3 ,bee2, enieIta?I5 ai written. the home of Charles Blood Smith and Mrs. May Belleville Brown of Salina i1 was elected a member of the club. It being time for the election of This child's dress of severe simplic ity reflects the infallible taste of Paris in its every line. It is illustrated here Kansas University. Previous to going to Chicago he was employed in the office of T. S. Stevens, of the Signal Department of the Santa Fe Railway company. Mrs. E. A. Herbst will entertain the Monday Whist club next Monday at her home, 1001 Taylor street. The Ceramic Art club met Friday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. W. C. He Donough. Mrs. McDonough and Mrs. W T. Bishop were hostesses. The program was as follows Roll Call Inspirational Design.. Mrs. W. H. Davis Discussion by the Memoers. Where I go for Originality in De signing Mrs. M. M. Blinn Guests of the club were: Mrs. Ed win Lange, of Denver; who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Carl Nellis, and who was formerly a member of the club, Mrs. C. O. Knowles, Mrs. P. Walsh, and Miss Winifred Poorman, of Des Moines, who is visiting Miss Katherine Lindsay. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mikesell arrived Friday to visit Mrs. Mikesell's cousins. Mrs. Charles Spencer and Mrs. H. O. Garvey. Mr. and Mrs. Mikesell were married New Year's eve in Dayton, Ohio, and are on their way to Los An geles. California, where they will make their home. Mrs. Mikesell was former ly Miss Hespera Hougham, of Dayton, and some years ago she made her home in Manhattan, Kansas. Mr. Mikesell, until recently, lived In Dallas, Texas, but is now In business in Los Angeles. Miss Annabel Garvey, who was her cousin's bridesmaid at the wedding, is visiting friends In Ohio and In St. Louis, Missouri, and will not return home for a week or more. An adorable little turban of brown to a slightly fulled skirt of cream net. velvet accompanies this. This hat in A broad cream satin ribbon is bound 1 tended for wear with tailored suits is quite tightly about the bust below ; designed upon lines which are youth- i i in Topeka and until about four years ,n wnite marqulsette, belng intended ago, he made his home here. He is for a aaneing frock, but the design is wpll known among the young people mj0t Qi, iv.i csneciallv. having graduated from the ; nrnn.i,t. rf00ir,,t i . officers, the following were chosen Topeka High school, and later from , material one mav choose. The unner for the ensuing year: Mrs. Margaret portion of the frock is cut in kimona p. Morehouse, secretary; B. B. Smyth, treasurer. The vice presidents elect ed, by districts, were: First, H. W. Roby of Topeka; Second, Esther M. Clarke of Lawrence; Third. Mrs. Jennie C. Graves of Pittsburg; Fourth, Walt Mason of Emporia; Fifth, Mrs. Miss Dorothy Porter, who is visiting I Mrs. Lloyd Seaman of Allenhurst, New Jersey, attended a dance at West Point New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Auerbach and ( Ruth Aline AueTbach have returned from a short visit in Kansas City. I Mrs. W. E. Stanley and Miss Harriet ; Stanley, who will be in Topeka a few days next week will visit Mrs. A. M. . Fuller and Miss Gussie Fuller a part i of the time during their stay. 1 Mica VflthorinA WnCn-rtcT will re- After Supper Sale in the Basement Store 11-4 Cotton Blankets good size '-i ..98 - 98c Cotton Filled Comforts, -good size 69 Pillow Cases 12c and 15c qualities, broken lots, each 10 IVJen's Winter Union Suits heavy fleeced, seconds of $1.00 quality . . . , '..-.' 69f Men's Heavy Sweaters with roll, collar $1.00 values. .69 Men's and Boys' Sweaters, worth 75c, all sizes, 28 to 44,39f? Men's Heavy Wool Shirts, black or navy 49 Women's Hose silk-finished. Spliced heel and toe. .. .15 Women's Warm Gloves cashmere, mostly fleece lined. .21 35 Silk Waists and chiffon blouses. One lot special $1.49 Odd lots Furs, neck pieces and muffs for women and child ren. To close out each 98 19c and 25c Ribbons plain and fancy up to 54 inches. Remnants, yd 101 Jewelry in odd lots to close out at 12VW 11-qt. Dish Pans of white enamel 29 f Toe Mills Dry Qgdds (S turn to Baldwin Monday after a visit to her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. McCarter. Miss McCarter is a student in Baker university. Miss Miriam Foster Is visiting friends in Lawrence this week. Mrs. . Matie Toothaker Kimball of cio,.. at ,o " . Monroe Wednesday. May Belleville Brown of Salina; Sixth, Eva Morley Murphy of Goodland; Seventh, W. Y. Morgan of Hutchin son; Eiglith, Samuel F. Woolard. Committees were appointed for the ' annual banquet, which will probably ' be held late in February. At the end her sister, Mrs. Emma Morgan of Chicago, served refreshments. The club has a growing member ship of over one hundred and has been organized about nine years. Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. Mary Andrews has gone to Kansas City to visit her daughter, Mrs. Marlln Poindexter. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Knowles have returned from Kansas City, where they spent a few days visiting frifends. Mrs. Arthur Lingafelt. who has Miss Nina Robinson and Miss Helen Robinson of Galveston, Texas, have returned home after a visit to the E. ; J. Shakeshaft family. J Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crow, enter tained New Year's eve at their home, 318 Fillmore. Musical numbers were rendered by Mrs. Harry N. Newland, Mr. Harry Crow, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ; Borck, Mr. Clyle Allen, Miss Christine Gibson, Mr. F. Frantz, and the "Some" quartette, composed of i Messrs. Allen, Frantz, Crow, Carne, j after which refreshments were served. next week for a trip to been visiting at the James Brewer Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. home, has returned to Oklahoma 1 John Harper, Mr. and Mrs. John Gib City, Ok. j son Mr- and Mrs. Lester Israel, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T.,i and Mrs. Henry Dargitz, Mr. and Mrs. r n t -1 , ; .) n m t Pope, Mrs. R. F. Carne, Mr. Geo. Crow and Mr. F. Sutton. The Q. U. I. Z. girls of the 1910 class of the high school had a thimble party Friday afternoon with Miss Beulah Shirey, 1127 Quincy street. Dr. and Mrs. Harry H. Lewis of Dallas, Tex., have returned home, of- to leave Panama Miss Dorothy Parkhurst returned to Lawrence today, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Park hurst. She is a student in the State style with a little pointed inset yoke university. of baby Irish lace. This part of the ' Judge and Mrs. Francis C. Price frock is joined to the skirt by an in-' and their daughter. Miss Frances t-. t , points. The skirt is cut circular and the winter in Topeka and will have i street. Taylor joins this insertion with absolutely no apartments at the Avon. Judge Price which is a row of delicate pink roses placed about two inches above a sim ilar row with the cream net laid in perpendicular pleats between. The folds of the net are laid across the shoulders In surplice style and the transparent sleeve of the net is draped at the elbow beneath a half wreath of the pink roses. Garlands of the roses trim the skirt. Mrs. George Parkhurst will enter tain the Fillmore Street Whist club Thursday of next week. The Women's Kansas Day club is preparing for its annual meeting Wed nesday, January 29. which will in clude besides the business meeting, the program and reception, a lunch eon in the dining room of the First Methodist, church on Harrison street. The Woman's Kansas Day club is not a political organization in any sense of the term. It is not, as has been mistakenly supposed by many, auxiliary to the Kansas Day club. It is an organization of women, without party or creed, 'for it dabbles neither In politics nor" religion. Its purpose is broad, its achieve ments noteworthy. It was organized several years ago. for the propagation of the spirit ot statehood; to weld to gether, in one solid band of patriotism, the women of Kansas; to keep alive the memory of what the state of Kan sas owes to its pioneer women. Mrs. Scott Hopkins, the present president of the club has sent a circular letter to the vice presidents f the eight- congressional districts, -with a view of disseminating correct information regarding the coming meeting. ...... In this letter the women of Kansas ful, yet its shape is not inappropriate for the matron. It has a coquettish little tilt to the right, and bri the left side the narrow-...brira .-roils slightly. The flat Tam. crown Is fully the width .re mviieu iu ancuu me session, x"- j or the brim line and at Its base is formation regarding rooms can be ob-j encircled by a band of sable. A tained by writing to Mrs. E. E. -Roude- ; creamy ostrich feather peeps above bush, 329 VV oodlawn avenue Topeka. ; the cro,.n in tlle back Th f . r.T n?e? W!Ch ?'iU S1V trimmed hats and turbans are . in at the Methouist church will be $1 creased in becomingness and beauty a , plate, and that price includes the when the fur stoles and yearly membership fee. The spacmus muffa h, h "oies and dining-room recently installed In the, 4, i church makes It an admirable placet Tho 5nniiir,T tjI.-T i. in which to give the luncheon. Cov- L jta"'"5 fRfd,lng , SircLe 8 ??rd ers Wlir be laid for 500 and that num- JTO,?Kf?.!l la2i "day; ef' ber can be easily accommodated. f,0' " kf. fen at the Knights of Col Tickets for the luncheon should be mbus cl" rooms, Monday evening, obtained In advance, of Mrs. Clement j JanDary . Smith, 721 Polk street. Money order 1 ,. ' , or draft should accompany the reauest "UIllr cluo ainner ana ousiness fullness. The resultant effect Is that of a one-piece dress. The lace inser tion trims the edge of the sleeve and is set in above the hem on the skirt. is state senator from his district and will come early next week to attend the legislative session. Mrs. C. M. Hill and her daughters. Pendant crochet balls follow the line ; Harriet and Margaret, returned P'rl of the yoke and the insertion which joins the bodice and skirt. Miss Jean '' Pickens and Miss Jose phine Pickens will go to Chicago the first of next week to visit their sister, Mrs. Nelson Emmertz. Unity New Thought classes will meet Sunday at 3 o'clock and Tuesday Parkhurst Concert Series Grand Opera House Tuesday, January 14 uidlololhi Prices: $2.50 $2.00 $1.00 50c Box Seats, $3.00 EMINENT Swiss Pianist Change in . Date Tnia eoncert changed from April 29 to Jan. 14. Sea son tickets dated April 29 good for this number. The program for the Vesper service at Grace cathedral Sunday afternoon at 4:30 is as follows: Processional, "Those Eternal Bow ers" Morley Choral service... Tallis Magnificat .-; Simper Nunc Dim ittis . . . .Simper Anthem. "Blessed Jesus" Dvorak Vesper hymn, "Softly Now the Light of Day" Weber Address, Dean Kaye. Offertory, Contralto solo Miss Bertha Mix. Hymn (kneeling), "Hear Our Pray er" Dickinson Recessional, "Lo! the" Voice of Jesus" ; . Pitts The Calidorean club will meet Mon day, January 6, with Mrs. G. C. Foss, 420 West Seventh street. The West Side Reading club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. E. Atchison, 1334 Tyler street. Mrs. S .J. Crumbine will make an illustrat ed address, on her trip through Yel lowstone Park. The W. T. K. club will hold its first meeting of the new year, Tuesday, January 7, at the home of Mrs. Gon der, 14 37 Van Buren street. Mrs. L. A. Ryder will entertain her Monday Whist club Monday afternoon. Vesper services at the Y. W. C. A. will be held at 4:15 Sunday afternoon. The program will be as follows: An afternoon: with English Poets. ' Piano solo, Miss Dorothy Barber. Hymn, "Lord of All Being, Throned Afar," Clara ' Wendall Holmes. First Group Earlier Poets "The New Jerusalem." "Hymn to God the Father," rDonne. "The Pulley" Her bert. Miss Charlotte Leavitt. Solo "How Lovely Are Thy Dwell ings" Liddle. Miss Frances McClin tock. Second group Intellectual Poets Selections from In Memoriam, Tenny son. Abt Volger Robert Browning. Miss Charlotte Leavitt. Hymn "Lead, Kindly Light," New man. Hymn "Still, Still With Thee," Harriet B. Stowe. Third Group Modern Mystics. "A Ballad of Trees and the Master," Sid- day night from Moberly, Mo., where j at 8 o'clock p. m., with Mrs. Lucia O. they spent the holidays with Mrs. M. j Case, 1300 West Tenth street; Wed F. Moffitt and Miss Frances Moffitt. nesday afternoon at 3 with Mrs. J. Representative and Mrs. R. S. W. McClure, 1229 Kansas avenue, and Hendricks of Atwood, Kan., arrived Thursday evening at 8 with Mrs. Chas. Friday to remain in Topeka during Hardy, 1731 Lane street. At the Sun- the session of the legislature, and will live at the Throcp hotel. Mrs. George Port Ashton, who has been confined to her home for some time on account of injuries resulting from a fall, is able to be out again. Mr. Harold Ewers has returned to Manhattan to resume his work in the agricultural college, after a holiday i visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. j C. Ewers, 1263 Western avenue. Mr. I Malcolm Aye of Manhattan, who was a guest at the Ewers home a part of the vacation, returned with Har old Ewers. day meeting Mrs. L. O. Case will be the speaker, and ' Iter subject will be 'The Power- of the W ord." CLUB NOTES. Mrs. D. J. Hathaway will entertain the Nineteenth Century club Monday January 6, at her home, 821 Western avenue. The program for the meeting will be: Interoceanic Canal Projects and Treaties, Mrs. D. P. Paxton; Relig- - tiketo Th mmuv nr, tioUot ' meeting will be given at Mills Tea i nev Lanier. "The Nound of Heaven will be refunded if Tor any reason the waay evening. January i. m- holder is unable to be present, up to stead of January 8. as announced, noon of Monday, January 27. 4.4.4. j Current Literature club will meet The women interested in the U and ! Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 with Miss I club party Monday night, announce 1 Sadie Edey, 712 Lane street, that the affair will be in the nature! of a. cabaret entertainment and about! The January meeting of the Matinee fifty tables will be placed on the Music club will be postponed. The Frances Thompson. "That Holy Thing," George MacDonald. " Miss Charlotte Leavitt. Hymn "Oh! Little Town of Bethle hem," Phillips Brooks. Solo "Oh! for a Buret of Song," Allitsen. Miss Fran ces McClintock, Hymn "Day is Dying." floor around the electrical fountain program r this month's meeting will Mrs. S. S. Estey entertained the Pi now- occupying the center of the space; consist of n opera stvdy, Debussy's Alumnae Thetas at a party this after- ln front of the stage. Mrs. Fred Free- "Pelleas et Melisande," and on account 1 noon at 4 o clock. Mrs. Waggoner and Miss Waggoner ' iS? " ?r""r ' - . ... - -. . -, . - . . r. 1 oudit. uie nuii- days with Mrs. Waggoner's daughter. Mrs -i. w. feers, and Dr. Peers. They are on their way to California, where they will spend the rest of the winter. Mr. Clyde Adams and Mr. Ralph Lewis, of the State University, who spent the holidays in Topeka with their people, returned to Lawrence to day. Miss Alta Lux, who is a student at the Kansas University, returned to Lawrence today, after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. E. Lux. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Quinton have left for the South, and will spend the rest of the winter in Florida. Senator and Mrs. Jouett Shouse, and their family, of Kinsley, are occupying the Quinton home, at Twelfth and Topeka avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Myers, of Man hattan, who spent the past two weeks with Mrs. Myers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett R. Wheeler, returned to their home today. America, Mrs. Henry Bennett. The Vignette club will meet Tuesday of next week with Mrs. Charles F. Spencer, 421 Clay street. The club is studying Browning, and the lesson for next week will be led by Mrs. Bert Cartlidge and Miss Marcia WTilliams. Western Soros is club met today with Miss Lola Graham and Miss EffleGrahan) at their home on Lane street. The pa per. "Problems in Proportion." was dis cussed by Mrs. F. W. Watson. Mrs. W. A. McCarter and Mrs. W. R. Stubbs. The Clio club will meet Monday with Miss Gertrude Barnes, 1273 Clay street. The Minerva club has its first, meeting of the new year Monday of next week at the home of Mrs. H. D. Peppmeyer. Mrs. Peppmeyer and Mrs. Harry Forbes will be hostesses. Single Admission Seats 100 Parquet Seats, 50 of the $2.00 Seats, 50 of the $1.00 Seats; 100 of the 50c Seats. Seats on sale at E. & Guild Music Co. JANUARY 28 Mile Adeline Genee, the famous dancer, with her own company and her own orchestra. for me to keep the attentions ot some one without being so very talkative? ANXIOUS ANNIE. The best way I know of. to keep a man interested, is to encourage him to do most of the talking. Discover what he likes lo talk about, learn enough about it to start him going and then listen to him. Let him inform you about everything he can. Look pleasant and intelligent, and have something good to eat when a man comeo around. That's a good recipe if you'll follow directions. Don't leave home. Men are alike every where, my dear. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl of Z2 and in love with a man one year younger than myself. He comes to see me every two weeks. I would like to have him cal! oftener. What can I do to make him? 1 treat him very nicely when he comes. I believe he loves me, but he is rather bashful. How can I make him overcome it? Shall I wait for him or give him uu and try to find some one else? He is a good man, but very stubborn sometimes. Would he make a good husband? LOVESICK LIZZIE. Don't waste too much- time on him, Liz zie. If he cares for you he'll let you know it somehow. Have some other young man happen in when he's around. It may prove a good tonic for him. DriTCs Off A Terror. The chief executioner of death in th winter and spring months is pneumonia. Its advance agents are colds and grip. In any attack by one of these maladies 110 time should be lost In taking the best medicine obtainable to drive It oft. Count less thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. "My husband be lieves it has kept him from having pneu monia three or four times" writes Mrs. George W. Place. Kawsonville, Vt., "and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found Its equal." Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price SO cts. and $1.00. Trial bottle fre at Campbell Drug Co.Adv. Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Have movli-i; picture shows any good In them? Arc they harmful? (2) Do you believe m palmistry? (3 Is there anything to the superstition about lucky and unlucKy stones? 4) Do boys really like pretty girls better just because they are pretty? (5) Are there not more dark haired than light haired people? (C) Some one toll me that finger nails grow from the tips. I thought everything grew from the roots. JUST ME. (1) Some moving pictures are very edu cational, beneficial and entertaining. Some, I regret to say, are very harmtui. especially to young and inexperienced ceoDle. (I1) No. As a rame it is amusinv. hostess. The program will be devoted . (3) Nothing at all. You'd be Just as lucky to the study of Kansas literature. Roll ; or unlucky without them. 4 Ferha; I nail will be answered by Quotations ,ney co at !lrsV out " 8 clever anu t f - V. ti n t c A T T fy FT will Tnet Mrs. A. R Banks, who seemed to be ! January. 17. Mrs.' Grace Sloan being recovering from a severe illness, again suffering from a serious attack of stomach trouble. airs. Aiijn 1. oioue ana ner aaugnter, , o .hn on vfi. t ,-a Iola, have returned from Kansas City. gtart2man w! read a paper on Kan where they visited Mr. Stone's mother, j , Pnets Mrs. Nettie Tandv will have ' an article on Kansas Authors, and in strumental music will be furnished by man has charge of the sale of auar- of the absence of wmo of tK rrm tet tables, -which may be had for $5 j bers, the meeting will be held later in each. The program, the numbers of the year. which are being kept for a surprise 4. 4, " 4, . ." to the guests. w ill consist of amateur Substitutes who plaved at u meeting specialties, and the interest, as to of the Duplicate Whist club Friday at ' The first January meeting of branch Mrs. Martha Stone. Mr. Dean Low, who has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Low, left this morning for Pioche, Nevada. 1 The Topeka W. C T. U. will meet Monday at three o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. rooms. Mrs. Lillian Mitchner, president of the state organization, will make an address on the work of the W. C. T. U. Miss Helen Brigham will return the first of next week from Wichita, where she has been visiting friends. Miss Mary Gleed will return to Man- ,n v,0- nnt.' vr t win,--' Mrs.Matie Toothaker Kimball of Man- Gleed. Miss Gl'eed Is a student In the httan. has written to the Good Gov Agricultural college. j ernment club of Topeka, expressing her Miss Helen Estey. who has been inj , "u11"- Mrs. Sloan and Mrs. Nels Fisher. A meeting of the club was held Friday with Miss Garland. The Nautilus club is having a vaca tion during the Christmas holidays, and will hold its first meeting of the new year Tuesday, January 14. . The Searchers' club met today with Miss Jessie Donnell, 1010 College avenue. pleasant girl who holds them. 5) Yes. (6) A good many things grow wtthoit roots. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a lonesome, bachelor and know a widow whom I like and who seems to think the same of mc It seems to me as though she never hud a good home or a nice husband. She hardly knows how to treat me when 1 call. I have known her little girl since she was a baby. I have good habits and a steady trade and could make a nice home. Do you think she and I could gee along good? LONE INDIAN. Talk it over with her and see what r- has to say. I don't see why you shouldn't get along if you like each other. attheplayT Your Eyes May Suit BUT PERHAPS Your Glasses Do You Not 401, Ladies' Catholic Benevolent asso- j Wichita visiting Miss Marguerite Leh-Mng, which the .women of Kansas ex ciation, was held at the U. C. man has returned home She will leave , "Pct to Put u to commemorate their T. hall, Thursday evening, at which Monday for Emporia, where she teaches attainment to citizenship. Mrs. Kimball the newly elected officers were in- in the Emporia college. ) expects a ready response from the Ktflllail fru It T7 VIa-TIo. r.tipinir ir. t:- i - t-..l......'r -nr . jjn t vL-nmen Cif that Oart Of the tn t In .... v. . . - - . . -" -'- , mr. X-Ittlllk. CUUUinKA auu jwr. .Tint -- - --- V, J . . wlil.t..B , . . . nrpsifipnt rf hranch 401 wna nrontci TT! j . i -.... ' which she lives to a call for their heln reached o'er the footlights and made him- with a tonaz rosarv In annreciation of i Vi. " tlZ " " ! In erecting the building. Mrs. K-imhall on.e i t?em'. H.e recognized .-.'f r --.si . , r I ii, i. i n- i , . wnen ne ursi enierea quietly ana unos- Tf's a pity there weren't more people at the Grand last evening to see Thomas W. Ross in "The Only Son." The play, in one way, is tremendous. The charac ter of the son is perhaps the most Interest ing stage study that has been here this season. Mr. Ross, without seeming effort. her faithful services to the branch during the past two years. After the When we fit your eyes we fit them perfectly, and guar antee satisfaction. . . The Man W. J. Lewis The Place 809 Kans. Ave. The Sign The Big Spex gone four or five weeks. will ne in lopera next ween lor a ; tentatiously from a side door. But after Mt.s Altha Watson, who is s ctuHont I r!V or two, ana will De tne guest or the first act he wan enthuslastlcai: v jn- inceiing a nuciai evening was pem iu ot th, Tmiversitv of Illinois, win leave Mrs. Lee Monroe. piauaed. which the members of the C. M. B. A i ,,,, f r-hamnalen. Illinois after The play is about were invited.' nation of many women, faces the ruina- The Ideal card club will meet with Mrs. G. D. Criswell Tuesday afternoon at the, Los Angeles apartments, 915 , Quincy street. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hoyes entertain ed the secretaries of the Y. M. C. A. : and their wives and a few other ; friends at an informal party Friday ! night. The decorations were pink and white, and those who attended were: ' Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brownell, Mr. and New York chap '. . J . . . . .. ilirlllT 1 11 n I In R I r nnnniriKlllbout town who. resnonslble (or the ml. visit - t jt . n mi ti mr n nn n.1 i-n uihub HBtfii i i.i. i. b.uiuamni. . - x . inrani null 1 1 ! I rniinirm.iin I iv a ins iiiutim i.' j n wuiuucBa ieni;!i artist. This theme, about which the whole action centers, is dramatic in the extreme. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl j The play, to quote the actor. Is "hot from of 24 and not going with any man. i the pages of the New York press." There's Th. vo.,nr men like roe. but I am not i the millionaire father, the spendthrift on. F. W. Watson. Mrs. Viola Dale-McMurray will not return to Topeka until January 30, and after that date she will be here twice each week. She had announced that she would return January 8. bat she will be unable to do so, on account of rehearsals for a pantomime in Kansas City. Mrs. Frank Thompson is seriously 111 at her home on Fillmore street. - tattle Celestie Ryus. who has been i and the title-hunting daughter. The contrasts in the first act were mag- tive. The father and the daughter repudi ate the wife and mother. Uralnard, sen ior, announces he will begin suit for di vorce. The two leave th rtmm. followed by Tom. At the door he hesitates: he strolls slowly back. His redemption is begun. He says, "Well, mother, where II we go?" There Is a moment of strained amazement, and the gallery gods break Into vociferous applause. The second act is the big scene. It take place in the office of Bralnard senior. In Wall street. Mr. Ross' acting, simple, direct, was superb. He destroys the evi dence of the detective, renounces his pranks In the madcap city, and takes his mother to Denver. The last scene is two years later. Torn, Jr., having grasped his opportunity wltb a shrewdness inherited from his dad. Is . becoming king of finance in the wfjt. The threads are tied together; a couple of love knots are securely bound. "And so they lived happily." The scenery was good specially design ed by Elsie DeWolf, well known interior decorator. The cast, too, was excellently balanced but the action of the minors was a Wt strained in places. This was the reason of it: Lizzie Hudson Collier, who carries the important role of the mother. Is in " Kansas City with a throat specialist. This necessitated a complete shirt of the char acters, Caroline Harris, at a moment's notice, assumed the part of Mrs. Bralnard and read the difficult lines extremely well. ' A. L. ii. Additional Church Announcements. . Euclid avenue M. E. church, corner Euclid avenue and Lane street:' Preaching morning and evening by the pastor. Dr. Edwin Locke. Morning subject. "The Peril of the Christian." Evening topic, "The Tragedy of a Soul." The song service In the even ing begins at 7:30 o'clock. The ser vices Sunday begin protracted meet ings which will extend over two or three weeks.. Second United Presbyterian church, corner Huntoon and Fillmore, Rev. Wm. M. Jackson, minister. Sermon at 1 1. "An Appeal for Reconsecration." Theme at 7:30. '.'An Appeal for Re conciliation." -Evangelistic meetings' begin on. Wednesday, Rev. Wm. P. Mc Garey assisting. . First Christian church on Topeka avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Charles A. Finch, pastor. Com munion and preaching 11 a. m.. topic: "The Enthusiasm of Jesus.'.' Evening, service 7:30. topic "The Yokes of So ciety. Are You Willing to Wear One?'' First United Presbyterian, church, corner Eighth and Topeka avenue. Rev. J. A. Renwlck. D. D., pastor. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the- pastor. Morning snbject: "The Writing Over the Cross." Sacrament of tha Lord's Supper. What Every Woman Knows. "Woman is considered the weaker vessel." she re marked, "and yet" "Well?" he ouerleO, lolly and sociable enough to keep men tui.it.mwuj.,1. " -" I niricent. Tom. Jr.. the son Is DIaniilnr . houUxwl .Anil -rmt ". .h. do to overcome my trouble? There a supper party for a chorus girl, has won ! tinued. "man Is oftener broke:" 1-larper'a are not many youngsters around here a bet for a thousand, and Is near the top- I Opinion. that I like. Shal I leave home and j notch of joy. Then comes the crash 1 - go somewhere else? Would It be possible letters brought by a blackmailing detec- 1 Even body read the Stat Journal. 1 i