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THE TOPsta DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING- MARCH 22, 1913. Z)OCfTY Miss Alice Hughes has arrived from Troy, N. Y-. where she is a student in the Kmma Willard school, and will apend the Easter holidays with her parents. Col. and Mrs. J. W. F. Hughes. In honor of her daughter Mr Hughes will give an infornml at home Wed nesday from 3 to 5. at the Hughes residence, 235 Greenwood avenue. Pot win Place. Also Colonel and Mrs. Hughes and Miss Alice Hughes will receive from 8 to 10 Wednesday ev ening. No Invitations are being issued for either affair, and friends of Miss Hughes and of her parents are asked to call. Miss Hughes has not been at home before In . nearly a year; for she left Topeka early last June for the Hughes summer home in Michigan, and in the autumn, she-went from Michi gan to Troy to enter the Emma Wil lard school, and as her visit this spring is brief, all her friends will be given an opportunity to see her at the affairs of next Wednesday at the Hughes home. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Storrs will give a dinner party tonight at their home, 1318 Fillmore street, in honor Miss Mil dred Guild and Dr. vValter Weidling, whose marriage, which will be solemn ized Wednesday, April 2, will be one of the important social events of the early spring. Dr.. Weidling is a broth er of Mrs. Storrs.. , - . The dinner tonight will be served at quartet tables, and-- the decorations will, be pihk candle and little laven der baskets of violets; Covers will be laid, for .16. . ' . - ''-' M'iss Louise McNeal will have guests at a thimble party Tuesday compli mentary to Miss 'Nellie Raster, who w ill be married 'Saturday, March 29. to Dr. Ralph Johnston, and Miss Mildred Guild, whose marriage to Dr. Walter Weidling will take place Wednesday, April 2. Mr. and Mrs. M. b! Sinclair, of 1624 Central Park avenue, announce the marriage Of their daughter. Lola Manerva, to Dr.' Frank R. Kimamon, of Lamed. Kan. The. wedding will take place at the Euclid Avenue Methodist .. . i Ahnrfh. Friday evening. March 28, at 8:30 o'clock. Both Miss Sinclair ana Dr. Klnnamon are for mer Washburn students. Dr. Cinna mon is a Washburn graduate ana later received the degree M. D. from the Kansas Medical college. At home af ter April 1," Aurora. Kan. . . Mis Hazel Nelson entertained a com pany of friends at cards this after noon at her home, 1028 Harrison street. A good many Topeka people will re-, member MissVAnna G"14", fho formerly lived here, and will.be glad to learn that : she- is -making good in the east. A recent number of the New York Times printed an excellent article from her pen, describing her methods of helping the backward child In the school. Miss Gillingham grad uated from the Topeka high school some years ago. and erw"ds went east and was graduated from Bryn Mawr. She specialised in child psychology, and has been "putting in practice many of her theories In her work as a teacher in. New York, and Is considered an authority on the sub ject The Gillingham family, after i Tnwfca. lived at the Hotel Traymore in Atlantic City some time before going to New York. Mrs. Gil lingham, while she lived- in Topeka, was identified with club work, and was one of the charter members of Western. Sorosis, which Is still one of the leading clubs of the! town. - - Captain and Mrs. GhasV Doster and their little daughter, Dorothy, who have been in the Philippine Islands, where Captain Doster has been station ed the past two years, have returned to the states, landing in San Francisco last Saturday. Captain Doster has been assigned to the Eighth Infantry, but has not yet received definite notice as to where he will be stationed. Mrs. Doster and Dorothy will come to To peka, arriving Monday, and will be guests of Captain - Doster's parents. Judge and Mrs. Frank Doster, until Captain Doster is sent to his new post. The Woman's Kansas Press club will hold Its meeting this year in Law rence, and though the date of the con vention has not been decided definitely. It will be held about the middle of May. The members are asked to send in their dues in advance of the meeting, to the treasurer, Mrs. E. S. Marshall, 1242 To peka avenue. The Atlantean club will meet Monday with Mrs. Silas Porter. Mrs. W. A. S. Bird and Mrs. J. C. McClintock will furnish the program. Miss Katherine McCarter, .who is a student in Baker university, has been elected associate editor of the Baker Annual. The -choice of Miss McCarter for the position, is the . first instance of the election of a girl student to the place and implies an unusual amount of ability. Miss McCarterls the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. McCarter, of Topeka, and is a junior in the uni erslty. She is spending the Easter va cation in Abilene as the guest of Miss Mand Tuffta. The real color favorite for this spring 1, planned to wear a dress of that hue to benefit of the Playgrounds association the inaugural ceremony, but finally de- n,d the Boy Scouts. Miss Eunice cided it was too elaborate for the re- Sellmer of the department of Physical ception, having been made for; the ball ""J? of 7"buTn tcofX f ?i . . '. . . Jf. , . . , . !, ' mng the entertainment, which is to be which was eliminated from the Program. a Sme talent affair given by some of Thouglitheown-was-not worn at that tne Washburn peole, the - public time, the color has become the fad. it ho,,! 8tudenta and some of the other is a soft - shade, cool looking, and will townspeople. Miss Sellmer is a grad- be beautiful for summer dresses, and uate of sarsrent's school at Cambridge will no doubt be even more ; popular an(j Df Harvard summer school of three months from now than it is at present. . : f " . Miss Florence Nettles gave a. pupils recital this afternoon at her home, 1334 Buchanan street, The Research club met Friday with Mr. H. C. Robertson, 1271 Western ave- physical training, and last summer she studied in Paris. England and Munlcn. At the close of the Kermis program she will give an ancient Greek dance and a butterflv dance. The program has not been definitely settled upon, but will Include .panto mime and singing, with a sailor's hornpipe danced by little girls in a uutcn song . . - ... . i i j . wuilh (i 1 1 1 : uiisLumtfs. nue -joacnim Miner w and dance Dv Cne couple, a boys' and of the program, and papers were read with m,,sie hv Mozart: an Indian dance, by twenty-five bv JVTrs B. F. Shumate. Mrs. A. W. Thompson, and Mrs. L. A. King . A social hour followed the session. Miss Lillian Stephenson, whose mar riage to Mr. W. C. Carswell, -Jr., will take place April 16, will be the guest of honor at breakfast Sunday morning, to be given by Miss Annls White and Miss Isabel Dschuden, at the home of the latter, 1612 West Sixth avenue. Spring flowers will form the decora he dace cards will be nnint'od with Easter emblems. The favors will be little baskets of flowers tied with tulle. The guests will be: Miss Stephenson, Miss Grace Stephen son. Miss Gladys Kemper. Miss Opal Heivlev. Miss Florence Dschuden, Miss Emma" Rupple and Mrs. J. A. Howes. Morning services at Grace church Sunday will be as follows: -, Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. The young ladies of Bethany college will, as usual, form the choir. The full morning service will be at 10:30 instead of 11 a. :m. At this service a class for confirmation will be pre sented. 1 The musical program will be as fol lows: ' Prelude, "Kanenoi" Rubenstein Piano and organ, Mrs. Campbell and Miss Radcllffe. Processional, "Jesus Christ is Risen .Today" ...Nevln Anthem, "Christ Our Passover". . .Tours Te Deum ., ..Stainer Jubilate Tours Introit, "As It Began to Dawn." Martin Offertory, Nocturne Mendelsohn Piano and , organ. Recessional, "Conje Ye Faithful"' .'........."..... Sullivan Yet another "woozly" dance Is on the j brink of popularity, this new one being the Hesitation, and it has a name and a method that appeals more powerfully to the imagination than any of the fads that have preceded it. The turkey trot, the grizzly Bear and the bunny hug are as passe' now as two petti coats on one woman. The'Boston and the tango are with us still, and their possibilities have been, demonstrated at some loca dances. All these steps have been pronounced shock ing by many good people and by all people who were too stout to do them gracefully, but so soon as the ban is placed on one of them, another Is introduced that more than fills its place. Forbidding it has the usual ef fect on those that go to the balls where they are danced. It sounds much like command "hang your clothes on a hickory limb, but don't go near the water." The Thursday Study club will have a meeting Thursday of this week at the home of Mrs. W. D. Ross. The Arizona federation has held its annual convention in Douglas, and Governor Hunt, the first governor of the state, left his official duties and traveled to- Douglas to address the meeting.' The federation has twenty three club and the individual club reports showed that "some of the women ' rode thirty miles to attend their club meetings; that in rural com munities the mothers brought their children and stayed all day, and that many clubs, by their own exertions, had raised two or three hundred dol lars each to be . used for altruistic purposes. The women of that state, through their clubs, are having a no table influence in the upbuilding of the moral strength of the new com monwealth. C "I was born in Ireland. I have sung all over the world. I am here; that is all there is about me." said John Mc- Cormack, the foremost Irish tenor of the day, a short time ago in the west. "I made my debut in Savona, Italy, in January, 1906. I sang in Mas- cagni's 'Arnica Fritz.' My English debut was made at Covent Garden in October 1907, in 'Ca Valeria Rusti- cana, and in November, 1909, I ap peared at the Manhattan opera house in New York with Mme. Tetrazzini in 'La Traviata.' "Yes, I have had some difficulty in rising to the top of my profession. It was very hard for me to get a hear ing in London; the agents would not hear me at all. I got a hearing from Arthur Boosey of the music publish ing firm of Boosey & Co., and was engaged for their ballad concerts. I can sing at their concerts whenever I wish for the rest of my life. "I studied eighteen months with Sabatini in Italy. There is no such thing as the Italian method: all great teachers use the same method, and are equally good, whatever their na tionality. "My favorite role Is Rodolfo in "La Boheme. and my pet song is 'I Hear You Calling Me,' by Marshall. I be lieve in singing in English for an Eng lish speaking audience, but I do not Is "Nell rose," named in honor of the I ""l B,BU """ ;.- Tr. tar-t ,t i French and German songs. Let each much in vogue that it promises to be rushed to death .before the season is half over. But there is still a new color, launched by another member of the Wilson fam ily, namely, "Wilson green," introduced by the president's wife. Mrs. Wilson ! have their rightful place.' Mr. Mccormack will be heard at the Auditorium Saturday evening, March 29, at 8 o'clock. Second extra concert of the Parkhurst series. A Kermis will be given some time this spring at the Auditorium for the Absolutely Pure and of Fine Quality Baker's Breakfast Cocoa is a Delicious and Wholesome Drink Made by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals, thus preserving the delicate natural flavor, aroma and color characteristic of high-grade cocoa beans. Be sure that you get the genuine with the trade-mark on the package. WALTER BARER CEL CO. Limited Established 1780 . DORCHESTER, MASS if '.S.fkt.O& scouts; an Irish lilt and a Spanish solo dance, an Egyptian dance and the Dance of the Mountain King, by Grieg; Russian folk dance; an Italian taran telle, a dance to MacDowell's "To a Wild Rose:" "The Humoresque Japanese song and dance by a soloist and sixteen others. The West Side Forestry club will meet Thursday of next week at the home of Mrs. F. G. W. Travis. Mrs. I. D. Graham will assist Mrs. Travis. The paper for the afternoon on the subject. "Pruning and Spraying," will be read by Mrs. E. F. A. Reinisch. An election of officers will be neia. . Music for the Easter services at the Central Congregational church will be as follows: MORNING. Organ prelude. Sonata In D flat... Rheinberger Anthem, I Will Mention the Loving Kindness of the Lord. Sullivan Violin solo, Ave Maria Gounod Miss Gladys Gaw. Anthem, "Turn Us Again, O Lord" . . ; . . . Sullivan Offertory, Symphony V. Adajio .... Widor Solo, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" Handel Mrs. B. B. Smyth. . . BYENINO. Organ prelude, Festival Prelude... , Parker Anthem, "O Gladsome Light" .... Sullivan Solo, "Easter Day" Mrs. B. B. Smyth. Offertory, Visions Rheinberger Miss Elizabeth Rees, violinist, of Hastings, Neb., assisted by Miss Do rinda Abbott, contralto, and Miss Hazel Barnwell, reader, both of To peka, will give an entertainment Tues day, April 1, at the Y. W. C. A. A recital will be given at the Y. W. C. A. Saturday, March 2 9, at 3 p. m., by Miss Barnwell's younger pupils. The following program will be given: "Janumit Latlit" Anon Lois Strickler. Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm .... Wiggin Izadel Waychoff. Puss and the Turtle Thurston Frederick Watson. Grandma at the Masquerade. . . .Anon Ruth Switzer. Rabbits and Other Eggs Calhoun Lois Ferguson. Ann of Green Gables. ... Montgomery Grace Reicherter. PLAYLETTE. The Marauder Cameron CHARACTERS. Mrs. John Burton. ..... .Helen Lucas Mrs. Valerie Armsby. . .Georgia Neece I Miss Freda Dixon Mary Paxton Mrs. Charles Dover . .Mildred Stanton Miss Edith Brent. . . .Lillian Gleisner Scene: The living room in Mrs. Bur ton's summer cottage. The public is cordially invited to attend. The new conservatory at the L. H. Munn home has been completed, and has been fitted up like a tropical gar den, with an aquarium stocked with gold fish, a fountain, and there are banana trees, palms and ferns and flowers. The dining room of the Munn home, opening off from the conserva tory, was the scene of a charming luncheon, attended by the following guests: Mrs. C. F. Spencer, Mrs. Clar ence Skinner, Mrs. H. O. Garvey, Mrs. James Troutman, Mrs. Frank Halm, Mrs. Frank Washburn, Mrs. Harry Seery and Mrs. Anna Overholt. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Chase enter tained the following guests Friday night at their home, 1307 West Elev enth street, at five hundred: Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Studdard, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. W. S.' Hayslip, Mr. and Mrs. Don Osborne, Mrs. R. E. Coe and Miss Lewis of Washington, Kan., who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. The X. X. S. club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas R. Jones, 1311 West Eleventh street. Mrs. Frank Klingaman and Mrs. C. B. Burge will entertain the Cultus club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Burg. 1334 Topeka avenue. A special Easter service will be held Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. D. L. Mc Eachron will have charge of the meet ing, and Miss Caroline Lovewell will sing, and Miss Gladys Gaw will play the violin. : Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. W. R. Stubbs and her sons, Roscoe and Paul, and her daughter, Margaret, of Lawrence, are in To peka to spend Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart. Miss Constance Ayer, who attends college in the east, is spending the Easter holidays with her parents. Colonel and Mrs. W. E. .Ayer, 1024 Harrison street. Miss Marjorle Whitney will go to Newton, Kan., Sunday for a visit to Miss Gladys Boyle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson have returned from 'Washington, D. C, and are living at 901 Lane street. Mr. Jackson, who has been representative in eongress, will practice law in To peka. Mrs. R. F. Thompson and her daugh ters. Miss Edna Thompson and Miss Edith Thompson, have returned from California. Mr. A. B. Quinton will return the first of April from Texas, where he spent the winter, and he and Mrs. Quinton will return to their home, 1243 Topeka avenue, which has been occupied during the winter by Sena tor and Mrs. Jouett Shouse and their family. Miss Thomasine Jackson will spend Sunday in Chanute with her cousin, Mrs. M. L. Freeman. Graceful beauty assured in the fit ting of a Spirella Corset. Mrs. Ed win M. Zabel, Expert Corsetiere, 2068 Kansas avenue, phone 2455 Black. Adv. Miss Katherine Dolman of Law rence, who is visiting Miss Henrietta Alexander and Miss Mary MacLen nan, will return home Tuesday. Miss Bess Leahy of Hays City ar rived today to visit Mrs. DeWitte C. Nellts. Mr. ahd Mrs. Carl Whipple will go to Chicago next month to make their home. Mrs. J. P. Rowley, and Mrs. Marco Morrow, who are In Los Angeles, Cal., will leave soon for a trip to Hono lulu. Miss Dorothy Crane lias gone to Kansas City to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. Miss Helene Helm of Baker univer sity is spending a few days in To peka. , Mr. andtMrs. W. H. Eastman have returned from a trip to Florida. Mrs. Eastman's sister, Mrs. D. F. Long necker, of Emporia, will .arrive the first of next week to visit her. Judge Emery of Hancock, Me., will arrivesoon for a visit to his sister, Mrs. M. C Hammatt. Mrs. Harry Seery has gone to Okla homa for a wvek's vfsit to her brother. Mr. C. B. Merriam has gone for a business trip to New York. Mrs. H. G. Humphreys, whQ has been visiting in St. Louis, Mo., the last two weeks, returned home today. Mrs. John Dolan and her daughter, Mrs. John O'Conner, of Galesburg, 111., return ed home today, after a visit to Mrs. Dolan's, son, Mr. Frank Dolan, and Mrs. Dolan. The Daisy Embroidery club met with Mrs. Howard Beach. Those present were: Mrs. W. B. Gashe. Mrs. G. M. Metzger, Mrs. H. Coates, Mrs. J. W. Barclay, Mrs. E. W. Peters, Mrs. A. B. Bland, Mrs. i. Linn, Mrs. A. Checks.' did, Mrs. H. K. Moody, Mrs. P. E. Sawyers, Mrs. H. Haney Mrs. W. F. GufCey, Mrs. Hugh Claypool, Mrs. Alice Birt, Mrs. H. E. Beach, Mrs. G. A. Sclvwerdtfeger. The next meeting will be held at the home oi Mrs. Bland, 126 Woodruff. A Fourth ward meeting will be held to night at the home of Mrs. C. J. Anderson, Clay street, at 8 o'clock. Speeches will be made by candidates for city offices, and all interested are invited to attend. Miss Margaret Fuller, who is takinir a course In domestic science at the State Agricultural college, Manhattan, wiU spend the Easter vacation in Topeka with her mother, Mrs. C. A. Fuller, and her sister, Mrs. C. M. Hensley. .Mrs. r. A. Talbott, of Independence, will visit her mother. Mrs. Jackson. 802 Clay street. Miss Jennie Kingan, who is a student in the State Agricultural college, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kingan. during the spring holidays. Mr. O. S. Whitmer, of Springfield, Mo., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. WiU w wtmer. " Mrs. Stella Troll Gerwig. of Joplin. Mo.. is visiting her people In Topeka, and is now spending a few days with Mrs. S. Nelson. Mr. L. C. Campbell and Mr. J. W. Dol- mar went to St. Joseph, Mo., this after noon to spend Easter Sunday visiting mends. t Mrs. A. P. Shreve and her daughter. Mrs. A. B. Hollis, will spend Sunday m Kansas City with friends. Mrs. S. D. Flora, of 117S Clav street gave a thimble party Thursday afternoon. A picture cataloguing contest was a feat ure of the afternoon's entertainment, and Mrs. L. V. Nicholson' won the prize in the game. Easter decorations were used. and the guests were: Mrs. W. I. Goodwin, Mrs. J. K.. Morns, xars. x: so. meai, Mrs. W. J. Russell, Mrs. J. Pomeroy, Mrs. C. Hart, Mrs. J. Chandler, Mrs. F. Barry, Mrs. C. Rice. Mrs. E. Eberley, Mrs. Thomas L. Ballard, Mrs. H. S. Riddle and Miss Elizabeth Gregory. The P. O. E. chapter met Friday .after noon at the home of Mrs. E. C. Brownel!, 812 Lane street. Mr. Roy Bone spent today in Kansas City. Mr. John Harrison has returned from a business trip to Washington. JJ. C. The following program will be given by the New Thought society, 1300 West Tenth avenue, Sunday 3 p. m. : Violin "Song Wltnout words;' -roc-turne" Miss Clark. Hymn "Joy to the World." Invoction A. B. Smith. Prayer In Song Lily Bells By the chil dren. Recitations By the children. Vocal solo "Christ Is Risen" Miss Eva Corning. Easter address "Flowers Blooming Again" Mrs. Lida H. Hardy. Hymn "Rejoice With Me." Dismissal Mrs. Lucia O. Case. The Iota Gamma girls gave a sweet and sour shower in compliment to Miss Myrtle neeier ax me nome oi Miss rtnei jvxat tingly, the guests including: Miss Beeler, Miss Mabel Beeler, Miss Dela Hughes. Miss Helen Polcyn, Miss Katherine Olohesy. Miss Florence Cooper, Miss Alta Amos, Miss Marian Withers, Miss Clara Smith, Miss Mary Cunningham, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Villee. Miss Jones, Miss Mary Connors, Miss Maude House, Miss J ear. Nichol, Miss Joe Nic ol. Miss Ruple, Miss Charlotte McLellan, Mrs. Martin and Miss Mattingly. Fits Your Pocketbook Likewise your insurance needs-investigate it If you were going" to buy a suit of clothes you would naturally want one that would fit you. When you buy life insurance YOU OUGHT TO BUY A POLICY THAT WILL, FIT YOU. , No matter what your needs for insurance may be the , AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY has a policy that will fit you ex actly. We cannot guarantee your life but we can guarantee the continuance of your in come after your death IF YOU WILL CO OPERATE -with us. These rates are for a regular policy con taining cash, loan, paid-up and extended in surance values a splendid Disability Clause and other liberal features. Meet me part way 'phone 1254 or use the coupon. S. E. BARBER, Manager New England Bldg. Topeka, Kan. Age Annual Premium Per $1,000 Insurance 16 . ......$13.44 20 . 14.57 25 16.32 30 . 18.57 35 . i f 21.52 40 ; 25.41 45 . 30.66 50 55 60 37.92 48.14 63.07 FILL OUT AND MAIL rate ...1913. S. E. Barber, Manager, Aetna Life Insurance Co., New England Bldg., Topeka, Kan. With no obligations to me, please furnish me fig ures on a policy for t . .year. I was born . . Name Occupation Address month day. H. P. MILLER For Re-election as Commissioner of Waterworks & Street Lighting i W i Compare conditions in the Water and Light Departments two years ago with those existing now chaos then efficency and , good service jiow. Lower rates soon as soon as consistent with good business Lights as money and capacity of plant permit. No fake promises only business. H P. MILLER. (Advertisement.) OAKLAND NOTES (Items for this . column may be phoned to 3915 or. the State Journal Office.) The Economic Study club will meet with Mrs. Bradford. 162 Woodruff street next Tuesday evening. The regular morning services will be held at the . Oakland Presbyterian church, but a special Easter service will be given by the Sunday school in the evening and a cordial invitation is extended to all. Mrs. J. Woods and son Robert,, from Lyons, Kan., are visiting H. J. Neiswin ter and family on Wlnfield avenue, Mrs. John Dunn, 155 Michigan avenue, is improving after a week's illness with the grip. Mrs. George Gatecliff, of Arter ave nue, left yesterday for an extended viBit with relatives in Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. S. B. Weaver. 196 Grattan street, left today for Osage City, to spend the Sabbath with Mr. 'Weaver, who is lo cated there for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson, 504 Scot land avenue, will spend the day with their parents in Osage City, returning Sunday night. Mrs. J. Freeland visited with Mrs. C. Lungstrom on Western avenue, Friday. Otto Magee, on Michigan avenue, has returned from Newton, where he has been located for the past two months. Gene Hawley, 309 Arter avenue re turned Friday from Seneca, where he visited relatives and friends for the past week. L. F. Bradley and wife are enjoying S, 809 KAN. AVENUE Are You Consistent? Do you spend a great deal of money for some personal comforts, and go without others? Investing in Comfort When Lewis, fits your eyes with glasses you get the greatest possi ble comfort for a very small investment. For Lewis Can Fit Your Eyes SIGN BIG SPEX T H E 0 P T I C I A N a few days visit with their daughter, Mrs. George Denman. Miss Fern . Williams has resigned her position with the Oakland Blade, where she has been for several, months past. . M. T. Kelsey has returned from Kan sas City, where he spent a few days on business. Miss Florence Ludington, of Michigan avenue, is sick with rheumatism. James Kenny, of Iola. is spending the weekend with Oakland friends. E. E. Galyean, on Arter avenue, is slowly Improving after a week's illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jessop and family spent the day with W. H. Draut and family on Michigan avenue. The New Thought society met with Mr. and Mrs. Foster last evening and a very pleasant time was enjoyed. The next meeting will be at the same place and all interested are invited to attend. Mrs. Charles Folck has returned to her home in Enterprise, after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Freeman, on Ohio street. Charles Fox and family, have re turned frjm Phoenix, Arizona, where they have bf en. for an extended visit to their home on Freeman avenue. Thomas Johnson, of Seward avenue, is in Chicago on business for a few days. . Mrs. W. M. Van Curren, of Medford, Oklahoma, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Edwards and family on Ohio street, for the past two weeks. Harley Harper, of Freeman avenue, is reported slowly improving after a week's serious illness at St. Francis hospital. ." Comrade George Rake is busy receiv ing congratulations from his many friends on feme the winner or tne grand priz. iven at the Fiddler's con test. The Vesta club will meet with Mrs. E. A. Widau, 438 Sumner street next Friday. Business of importance, and all members urged to be present. Rev. A. R. Williams, the new pastor at the M. E. church has arrived, and will have charge or tne services to. morrow. A welcome will be given him and every member is expected to be present and bring a rriena. Canada Is Impatient. . Washington, March 22. Canada is becoming impatient at the delay of congress in enacting into law tne regulations for the government of the inland fisheries in the border water framed by the joint commission created by the treaty. John D. Hazen, the Canadian minister of marine and fisheries, accompanied to the White House today by Ambassador Bryce, discussed the attitude of the new ad ministration toward the question, with the purpose of ascertaining the pros pects of early legislation. Commission Has Authority. Washington. March 22. The inter state commerce commission today held that the additional authority conferred by the Panama canal act gave it jur isdiction over rates on commodities ship ped - by water from Augusta, Ga., to Savannah, -thence to North Atlantic ports and then by rail to interior points. . Presented With Knife. ' Augusta, Ga., March 22. The Boy Scouts of Augusta presented former President Taft with a gold knife this morning. A delegation of scouts call- James A. Bostic Candidate for Commissioner of Finance and Revenue I favor the abolition of the office of city auditor, thereby saving the city .$1,350.00 per year. This has been done in the city of Wichita and has proven satisfactory. The commis sioner of finance has am ple time to do the work now done by the auditor. Why not elect one who will do this. I have been a taxpayer of the city for 10 years. I am asking for this pos ition because I am capable of handling1 it. James A. Bostic Advertisement.! More Busines-More Amusements-More of anything that will make our city bigger, better and more prosperous. ! I if ' i XL 2 ed on Mr: Taft at his hotel Just be fore he went to the golf course. He expressed his deep appreciation of the gift and told the scouts he would be back here next March to see now taey were progressing. , Obtain New Berths. Boston. Mass.. March 22. Nearly 100 Boston and Gloucester fishermen left todav for Seattle. Wash., where they " are to obtain berths 'on vessels THOMAS R. POPE Candidate for Commissioner of finance and revenue. I am an experienced accountant well equipped for the place I seek. If elected, I will co-operate with all civic, business, literary, scientific, educational and art organizationa of the city in any effort that may be made to increase the volume of busi ness done by our merchants, improve, as rapidly as a safe business policy will permit, our public properties. Advance the cause of education, liter ature, art and science and maintain the city's reputation as a great edu cational center and wholesome plac in which to reside. I will appreciate your support. Advertisement. operating in the halibut fisheries of the Pacific ocean. Princeton Wins Game. Champaign, 111., March 12. Prince ton won the intercollegiate water polo championship last night by de feating the University of Illinois team, western champions, by a score of 3 to 1. Illinois in turn defeated Princeton in a dual swimming- meet by a score ol Zi U 27.