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' The Helianthus Dancine club will
pive their next party on Wednesday
' evening. February 2, at Kellam hall.
There will be a number of out of town
'guests here for the affair.
The annual reception for the mem
bers of the Woman's Kansas Day club
and their escorts, was K'ven by Gov
ernor and Mrs. Capper Friday night at
their, home In Topeka avenue.
KeceivinK with lira. Cupper were
the speakers for today's proirram at
the Woman's K nsas Day club meet
ing. The KuesTs were introduced to
the governor by Mrs. S. S. K.stey, and
standing in line were Governor and
' Mrs. "Capper. Mrs. J. K. Coddinit of
Lansing, Mrs. W. K. Atchison, Mrs.
Kustace Urown. -Mrs. C T. Heatty of
Chanute, Mrs. iiomer Hoch of Marion.
Mrs. C. L. Danner of Wilson, and Mrs.
A1r Kstev wfs crowned in lavender i
silk crepe, partly veiled in silver head-
ed net. Mrs. Capper's sown was of
green crepe, neavuy inmmeu wuu
lace- Mrs. Brown wore white satin,
with draped bodice and skirt en train,
with a. dranerv of gold lace. Mrs.
Hoch's gown was or foulard silk in
blue and preen. Mrs. Atkinson wore ;
white satin, veiled in black net. The i
overgown was eugen w .m w iut- uanu
of black velvet, and the girdle was of
black satin, worn with
corsage bouquet. Mrs.
a red rose
Winans was
crowned in black satin, trimmed with
jet lace. Mrs. Da liner's gown was of
Dresden silk veiled with white and
pink-net. iler corsage bouquet was of
lavender orchitis and lilies of the val
ley. - With her costume she wore a
long evening cloak of brocaded blue,
lined with salmon pink satin.
It was suggested that as many of
the guests as could do so. wear their
wedding dresses. Mrs. W. D. Atkinson
wore her wedding gown of white satin
completely veiled in Duchesse iace.
Mrs. H- O. Garvey -vrore an elaborate
wedding dress of white crepe, with
pointed basque, close fitting, wide
skirt with heavy traia, ami trimming
of point lace. Mrs. J. K. Cai-m wore
Mrs. L. L. Kiene's wedding dress of
whit tienrietta, combined with bro
caded silk. The dress was made in
princess style, with long train, and the
drapery of the brocade, was caught
with, a large gold clasp. The trim
ming, was of double ruffles o Hen
rietta, finishing the neck and sleeves.
Mrs. J. M. McCown, of Emporia, one
of the leading club women of the state,
was a guest at the party, and wore a
charming gown of the fashion of two.
generations back. The costume is what
used to be known as an infare gown,
worn on dress occasions after the
wedding. It was of dove grey cloth,
with jacket bodice, close fitting, of
American Beauty satin. Mrs. McCown
wore" an aigrette in her hair.
Mrs. Norman Wear, who was one of
the Assisting women, was gowned in a
blaclt evening dress of satin, veiled
with-net spangled with jet beading and
sequins. The gown was sleeveless, and
cut low in the neck and worn with a
scarf of white fur. Mrs. Charles
Spe nicer was gowned in grey crepe de
chine, with a trimming of lace. Mrs.
J. K.1 Codding wore wistaria silk com
bined with black lace. Mrs. J. M.
Miller of Council Grove, wore her wed- i
ding. dress of white satin and lace.
Mrs. A. O. Wellman was gowned in
gold colored satin and white and gold
lace. Miss I'ansy Benton, of Oberlin,
wore a charming gown of accordion
pleated crepe. Her hat was a turban
closely covered with white feathers.
The Capper home was simply deco
rated for the party with baskets of
pink flowers in the drawing room. One
on tfie dining room table was a low
crystal bowl of jonquils and violets.
A popular native daughter of Kan
sas, jvho is in Topeka today for the
Kansas Day celebration, is Miss Esther
Clark, of Lawrence. Miss Clark is
perhaps the best known writer of
verses in the state. She has published
several volumes of oems. Among
thenvare: "Verses of a Commonplace
Person," and "Kansas and Other
Poems." Her most popular work is a
short poem, 'The Call of Kansas."
MJ I-lsther Clark off Lawrence. Who
Is In Toieka for Kansas Day.
Oeoree W. Winans of Hutchinson. tif , - - ' ',;.
Mrs. Kstey has served as publicity A' '&"','' ?
aeent for the club this year, having j mffitfj "'' V '
been appointed by the bite Mrs. .& ifflWiSlfrp'i1 ' Z- '-T
Kugene Ware, and reappointed by Mrs , -.. 2r,', '.',. 'iftMlA
W. D. Atkinson. pn-sidimT officer of f ,fV'M' f fWM
the dub since the d-ath of Mrs. Ware. , S--' - .'11 t' . -'m-a.-S mimm
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! tion.
This has won mucn praise thoughout
the country.
! Miss Clark is the guest of Miss
Bertha Hempstead and she and her
; hostess will be entertained at dinner
; Sunday noon by Mayor and Mrs. Jay
' K- House, and at tea in the afternoon
I by Miss Eifie Graham. Miss Clark
; will return Sunday evening to Law-
rence, where she is taking a decree in
the university.
Miss Mary Weight man entertained
informally yesterday afternoon l!i
compliment to Miss May Tomlinson,
whose marriage to Mr. Raymond Kim
mel of ieLouth, will take place lreb.
5. The guests were the members of a
sewing club to which Miss Weight
man and Miss Tomlinson belong.
Mrs. L. L. Kiene will entertain her
briuge luni'iieon clu b Friday at her
home on Van Buien street.
Mrs. E. J. Shakeshaft will enter
tain La Douzaine bridge club next
Monday alternoon at her home, 1101
West 'lenth street.
Mrs. Alice B. Love will give a din
ner tonight for her niece. Miss Dor
othy Herrington. The dinner will b
given at Mills tea room followed by a
line party at the Iris. The guests will
be: Mrs. L. L. Kiene, Miss Herrington,
Miss Maym Parsons,
Kiene, Miss Helen
Francis Ford, Miss
Miss Klsie Cuthbert,
Miss Marguerite
Reinbach, Miss
Gertrude Ford,
Miss Eloise Sar-
gent. Miss Juliet Brown, Miss Alice
Hughes, Miss Frances Morrison, Miss
Laurene Crary and Miss Dorothy
Topeka is generally honored by
visit 01 the president of the. United
States at least once during his term
of office, but t is not often that we
nave the pri . of entertaining the
first lady oi ihe land. Mrs. Hayes
accompanied President Hayes on his
western trip in the summer of is
and Topeka at that time did the hon-
ors as hostess to the mistress of the
White House. We are to have that
pleasure once more on next Wednes
day, when President and Mrs. Wood
row Wilson will be our guests for sev- 1
era! hours.
An unusually large amount of in
terest is centered in Mrs. Wilson be
cause she is a bride of only a few
weeks and has been discribed in the
papers all over the country as a most
beautiful and charming woman as
well as because she is the wife of the
A number of prominent Kansas wo
men are on the committee which is to
entertain the president's party while
they are our guests. The ladies on the
entertainment committee have not en
tirely completed their plans, but those
who are to extend the courtesies of
the city to Mrs. Wilson are: 'Mrs.
Arthur Capper, Mrs. J. K. House, Mrs.
W. E. Atchison, Mrs. W. O. Kigby
Mrs. Cora G. Lewis of Kinsley, Mrs.
J. W. Orr of Atchison and Mrs. E. E.
Murphy of Leavenworth.
The president's party will be enter
tained at luncheon at the home of
Governor and Mrs. Arthur Cap
per. Covers will be laid for Presi
dent and Mrs. Wilson, Mayor and Mrs.
Jay E. House. Mrs. W. W. Webb, presi
dent of the Commercial club and Mrs.
Webb and Governor and Mrs. Capper.
The Topeka Federation of Women
will hold their meeting Thursday in
the assembly room of the Y. W. C. A.
The meeting will begin promptly at 1
o'clock. The first hour will be in
charge of the art department with
Mrs. Catherine Hand chairman. Mrs.
Bennett 11. Wheeler will give a lec
ture on "Fra Angolico" illustrated on
a screen by Mr. Clement Smith. Music
will be furnished by Mrs. Parkhurst.
The second hour of the morning
session will be in charge of the res
try department with Mrs. A. A. Rob
inson chairman. A lecture "Care of
Trees' will be given by Mr. Chas.
Scott of the State Agricultural college.
Mr. Scott is state forester. This will
be followed by a discussion.
There will be a noon hour for the
reception of new members which will
be a social hour. The afternoon meet
ing will be In charge of the education-
al department with Mrs. C. B. Van
Horn chairman and Mrs. W. D. Ross,
assistant. The address will be given
by Mrs. Geo. H. Whitcomb. Her sub
ject will be "The Preparedness for Cit
izenship." Music will complete the
program for the day.
ft v
Word has been received by Miss
Georgiana and Electa Sawyer from
Seattle, Wash., announcing the mar
riage of their niece. Miss .Marguerite
Lembke. to Mr. Harry L. Fehr of San
Francisco, which took place New
Year's Eve at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lembke.
Only relatives and a few friends at
tended the wedding. Mrs. Fehr at
tended Washburn academy four years
and while in Topeka made her home
with the Misses Sawyer. After re
turning to Seattle she attended the
University of Washington. Mr. Fehr
a mining engineer, having gradu
ated from the University of Wash
ington. Mr. and airs. F. H. Roebuck an
nounce the engagement or tneir
daughter, Grace Ellen, to Mr. Theo
dore E. Jasperson, the marriage to
take place early in the spring.
All preliminary rehearsals for "Miss
Xancy ' are now over and detailed re
hearsals for the entire production have
begun. The management of "Miss
Xancy" are triad to announce that Mr.
Joe Kisteen will play the part of John
Berry. A group of club women wit
nessed the rehearsals of some of the
feature dancing yesterday and were
completely surprised and captivated
by the wonderful feature dances to be
"Mies Xancy. Miss Howe, direct
ing the feature dancing, has succeeded
in getting the best of lopekas talent.
thoroughly schooled in the latest fea
ture dances. Miss Howe stated last
night that she marveled at the adept
manner in which her feature dancers
mastered the difficult work. It is only
the interest kindled by the cleverness
of the entire production that has made
the cast so enthusiastic.
7 KAr
Miss l'uth Koostcr. Who Is
the Leading Hole in Miss Nancy."
Miss Ruth Koester. a popular mem
ber of the Theta sorority at Washburn
collep-e, will play the leading roie.
Miss Koester makes an ideal Miss
Xancy, handling the lines with the
adept manner of a professional. She
has a number of song hits and her
mannerisms are perfect, showing true
instinct of the histrionic art.
At the regular Sunday afternoon
concert tomorrow afternoon at Grace
cathedral, the "Song of Thanksgiving"
by Maunder will be given. There will
be a chorus of thirty voices and the
solo parts will be sung by Miss Gohlke,
soprano; Mrs. K. J. Shoemaker, alto;
Mr. Glen wood Jones, tenor, and Mr.
Herman Springer, bass.
Miss Sara Quisenberry, the soprano
of the vocal department and Miss
Florence Lund head of the dramatic
art department of Bethany college.
will give a recital at the First Baptist
church, Monday evening, January 31, j
at 8 o'clock.
The following program will be ren- !
Villanelle Del Aqua
Ouvre tea yinx bleux Massenet
J'ai pleure' eu reve Kue'
Simesvers avoient des ailles . . . . Hahn
Miss tuisenberry-
"Lady Clare" Tennyson
Myself and I Fanny
Miss Lund.
Ono Fine Day (Madame Butterfly)
Miss Quisenberry.
"The Raven" Kdgar Allen Poe
Misa Lund.
In the Time of Roses . . . . Rhinehardt
Little Grey Blue Dove
Bonnie Swe t Bessie Gilbert
Miss Quisenberry.
Miss Patty K. Miller at the piano.
The alumna chapter of Kappa Al
pha Theta will give a tea on Wednes
day, Feb. 2 from 4 until 6 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Guilford Dudley,
901 Tyler street. All members in the
city are invited to attend.
Mrs. J. C. K. Whitney entertained a
few guest3 at luncheon yesterday in
compliment to Mrs. Holmes Meade.
who will leave this evening for her
new home in St. Louis. Mo. For sev
eral weeks Mrs. Meade has been honor
guest at informal affairs given by her
At the meeting of the Kansas Coun
cil of women held yesterday Mrs. Al
berta Corbin, of Kansas university,
was elected president; Mrs. Mary
Pearce Van Zile, of Manhattan, secre
tary; Miss Kffie Graham, of Topeka,
vice president, and Mrs. Sadie P. Gris
ham, of Cottonwood Falls, treasurer of
the organization. Among those pres
ent were: Mrs. J. S. Simmons of
Hutchinson, Mrs. Eustace Brown, Mrs.
T. H. Kennedy, Mrs. Addie K. Brown,
Mrs. Emma Wall, Dr. Alberta Cor
bin, Miss A. Winston of Lawrence,
Mrs. J. K. Codding of Lansing, Miss
Helen Eacher of Iawrence, Miss Flora
Clough, I. o. E. MacLean of Wichita,
Miss G. Pirscher of Ottawa, Miss A. R.
Rid dell of Emporia, Mrs. Genevieve
Chalkley of Lawrtnce, Mrs. A. H. Hor
ton, Mrs. Lee Monroe, Mrs. W. A.
Johnston. Mrs. O. L. Moore, Mrs. J. D.
McFarland, Mrs. Lillian Mitchner, Miss
Effie Graham and Miss Evelyn Pierce
and Miss Georgia Calac of Haskell
Institute, who accompanied Mrs.
Eustace Brown to Topeka.
The Monday bridge club will meet
with Mrs. H, A. Perry on Taylor street
next Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Lewis Greenwood will enter
tain at dinner tomorrow for Mr. and
Mrs. F. Id. Pelletier and Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur CapMT, Wife of the Gov
ernor ol the State.
Mrs. P. D. Hagon, who have recently
come here from Sioux City, la. Mrs.
Greerwood's home, before she came
to Topeka was in Sioux City, la.
Active Kapoa Alpha That a girls at
Washburn college entertained with a
dinner at their chapter house last eve
ning, lied roses were used as the
table decoration. On Tuesday eve
ning the girls will give another small
informal entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Auerbach, 8 29
Buchanan uireet, will entertain mem
bers of an informal dinner club to
which they belong at dinner Monday
evening at th?ir home on Buchanan
Mrs. Frank Southwick will entertain
tho members of her sewing club
Wednesday afternoon of next week.
Miss Edith Ingham, who has been
studying in Columbia university this
year, left New York Wednesday by
beat for Texas. Miss Ingham is to
direct the diet of a large girls school
in Denton, Texas.
f $!
The first annual meeting of the Na
tive Daughters of Kansas will be held
in the assembly room of the Me
morial building Monday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock.
Program follows:
Greetings Mrs DeWitte C. Nellia
Historian's report
Miss Annabel Garvey
Duet "Rose of My Heart. . .
D. Eardley Wilmot
Miss Birdine L. Chandler and Mrs.
Clement K. Roose.
Address . . . .Governor Arthur Capper
The Value of Historical Records and
Relics -Miss Clara Francis
a. Oh Sleep! Why Dost - Thou
Leave Me Handel
t. Dawn in the Desert . . -
- . . . Gertrude Ross
Miss Marguerite Gohlke.
Miss Myrtle Radcliff, accompanist
Reading selected) , .Mrs. A. W.. Dana
Loyal Stepdaughters
Mrs. May Belleville Brown, Miss
Effie Graham, Mrs. C. M. Sheldon
Three Native Daughters. - Mrs. Cora
Wellhouse Bullard, Mrs. D. L. Mc
Eachron and Miss Jessie Johnson
Kansas Miss Esther M. Clark
The officers are: Presdnt, Mrs.
De Witte C. Nellis, first icepresident;
Mrs. 1 . P. MacLennan, second vice
president; Mrs. Fargo, secretary; Mrs.
W. S. Galloway, treasurer; Airs. H. W.
Donaldson, historian; Miss Ammbel A.
The directors are: Mrs. Arthur Cap
per, Mrs. J. C. Colvin, 'Mrs. H. C.
Root, Mrs. B. Johnson. Miss Bertha
Spencer, Mrs. L. H. Munn, Mrs. Mary
Ward Lakin, Mrs. D. A. MounDay,
The committee chairman social,
M,rs. Arthur Capper; program, Mrs.
C. S. Gleed; membership, Mrs. H. C.
Mulroy; press. Miss Nanon Herren.
Those in the receiving line will be:
Mrs. De Witte C Nellis, Mrs. Arthur
Capper, Mrs. S. J. Crawford, Mrs. J.
P. St. John, Mrs. J. M. Miller. Mrs.
D L McEachron, Mrs W. E. Lambert
son, Mrs. Cora Wellhouse Bullard,
Mrs. A. W. Dana, Mrs. Ida Ferres,
Miss Jessie Johnson, Miss Effie Gra
ham and Mrs. Paul Walker. Mrs. Will
Curtis, Miss Alice Meade, Mrs. H. L.
Bubb. Miss Aitha Watson, Mies Alary
Van Vechtcn, Miss Irene Horner, Mrs.
R. Garv?r, Mrs. Glen wood Jones will
act as ushers. An informal reception
will follow the program and the
guests will be shown through the
rooms of the Memorial building.
"In Girls of Yesterday and Today,"
historical pictures of association life
will be given by all branches of the
Y. V. C. A. in Topeka at the audi
torium Feb. 1 8. This entertainment
is part of the celebration of the fiftieth
or jubilee year, of the Y. W. C. A. in
the United States. The first associa
tion was organized in Boston in
March, 3S66.
The chieiT characters, "The Girl of
Yesterday and the Girl of Today" will
be interxrcted by Miss Grace Dana,
a typical college association member
and Mrs. James McClure, formerly
Miss Louise Allison, who has for some
years been prominently identified with
the city association.
The prelude consists of many of the
songs of 186t. These songs will be
sung by the Y. W. C. A. members of
the Industrial Institute accompanied
by the high school orchestra. The
orchestra under Mr. Sherrill Smith
will render the music charactic of
each period through the whole pro
gram. The prologue shows the condition in
a New England city that were the
prime causes for the beginning of the
i . . C. A. Scene 1 will show the
Strained Eyes
mean constant headache.
mean constant comfort.
The Hichrlass Ey?Klans Man.
Jeweler Optieian.
809 Xinnsas Ave. Sign Rig Spex.
women of a New England town who
niAet to organize an association. "
Scene 2 presents the procession or
the years from 1866 to 1916, indicat
ing as they proceed the -changes in
costumes and the growth of the move
At th-3 opening of the third scene
girls from many walks of life think
they have nothing in common until
Pippa with her abounding joy makes
thm aware of their common inter
ests and they unite in singing "The
Chain Song." The third scene then
opens presenting a typical association
In the evening. In this "gym" gills
have a goblet game, the cooking class
brings in good things to eat, etc. One
of the chief features of this scene is a
flag drill by girls in costumes of dif
ferent nationalities. This is intro
duced to suggest that the movement
in the United States is only part of
a world movement for the association
Is organized in 44 countries of the
Just before the curtain fails on this
present day scene, the figures of scene
1 appear in the background to recall
to the present day their debt to the
nast for brave beginning. The char
acters will be taken by city college,
and high school girls. In the proces
sion of the years will appear many
women who have served as directors
of the association in its 29 years in
Topeka. "Girls of Yesterday and 10
day" will be put on under the direc
tion of Mrs. Katherine Hand and Mrs.
Paul Walker assisted by Mrs. Abra
hams, Miss Coover and Miss Helen
Griffin. Colleg and high school
girls in costumes of 1866 will act as
Members of the Crochet club will be
entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
C. P. Bolmar on Greenwood avenue.
Xotos and Personal Mention.
M irs Gladys Gaw returned home
Wednesday from a trip to California.
Dr. and Mrs Ralph Johnson of La
Junta, Colo., are the parents of a
son, born Januarv 23. Mrs. Johnson
Mrs. E. E. MurpTiyof Ijoa von worth.
was before her marriage Miss Nellie
Kaster of Topeka.
Mr. and Mrs IJeWttt C. Xcllis have
as their houi guests Mra. John P.
t John of 01a,the, Mrs. Ci. H. Oreshan
at Cottonwood rails and Miss Allie
13. Hazard of Kansas City. Mrs. St.
John and Mrs. Greshan v.'ill remain
ttntil affifvr the woman's federation
meeting next wetk.
Mr. Ben Be-a-r is spending a few
days in Kansas -City. '
Dr. J. P. Kaster has prone west for
a. several days' trip through New
Mexico and Texas.
.r Mrs. Lucia O. Case has as her guets
for the Kansas day- celebration: Mr.
and Mrs. Otis JL. Bentcn, Mr. and Mrs.
E. F. Dean and Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Douglas of Oberlin and Mrs. C. B.
Walker of Norton.
Miss Dorothy Park of Emporia is
visiting Mira Dorothy Wahle.
; Mrs. Clay McKibben of Dodge. City
is the guest of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. John Frizell, for a few days. She
is on her way home from Evansville,
Ind., and St. Louis, Mo., where she
has been vieiting for several weeks.
Dr. F. A. Koester left today for a
trip to California. He expects to be
gone several weeks.
Miss Cynthia Monroe left today for
New York City, where she will spend
the remainder of tho year studying in
Columbia university.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Cartlidge re
turned yesterday from California.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barnes of Los
Angeles, Cal., who have been visit
ing in Topeka the past week, left to
day for Denver, where they will spend
a few days before returning home.
Mrs. C. C Lane of Rosemont, Colo.,
and Mrs. C. C. White of Burr Oak are
the guests of Mrs. L. L. Kic-ne. They
will leave tomorrow to visit friends
in Lawrence.
Steinway piano, upright grand,
plain curly mahogany case, scarcely
used, perfect condition: cost $6 75: seil
for $400 cash only. Mrs. George W.
Hackney, 914 Monroe Phone 863.
Just a little better than would seem
necessary The Vesper Printing Co.,
605 Jackson, Phone 77. Adv.
Mrs. J. K. Codding, of Lansing, is
the guest of Mrs. W. W. Bowman.
Mrir. Sherman Medill. of Leaven
worth, is visiting Mrs. Festus Foster.
Mrs. Ted Ingham was in Topeka a
few days this week, the guest of Rev.
and Mrs. J. E. Ingham. Mrs. Ingham
is on her way to her home in Boston,
af'-er a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mr. Wickwire, of Larned.
Mrs.-. E. F. Lester. 160S Polk street,
has as her guests this week-end, Mrs.
Addie E. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. F.
-.1-1. Kennedy, of Lawrence.
Mr. Charles S. Sturtevant, who is a
senior in the University of Kansas, is
spending the week-end in Topeka.
Mr?. Holmes Meade will leave this
evening for St. Louis, Mo., where she
will join Mr. Meade, who recently lo
cated there.
Mrs. Monroe Black, of Oklahoma
City, is the guest of Mrs. Frank
i Griggs this week.
Dr. Willis Coston will return Sunday
! evening from a business trip to Chi
j cago'. While there he attended a
! dental convention.
Mr. Robert Pierce and his son, Mr.
P.obert Pierce, Jr., and Mr. J. A. Cole
' have returned from a business trip to
i Alexandria, La. They also visited in
i New Orleans.
Mrs. D. R. Hite. who has been seri
, ously ill. is improving and is able to
be around in her home.
I Mr. H. A. Spielman is spending a
. few days on business in Chicago.
1 Mr. S. E. Cobb attended a bankers'
' convention in Kansas City yesterday:
I Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Campbell will
i go to Kansas City next week to attend
fthe opening days of the automobile
! show.
! Mrs. Fred B. Bonebrake, who has
j been ill with the grippe at her home,
1609 Topeka avenue, is improving,
i Mrs. John Harmon, 815 Buchanan
1 t.
1 iC6
' ' ill HlaiobyVacgan
Mrs. V. O. KIsby. Wife of the To
peka Postmaster.
street, is quite ill at her home. A few
days ago Mrs. Harmon slipped on te
back porch step at her home. The
fall resulted in the ligaments of her
ankle being severely lorn and the
bone in her hand was broken.
Clary & Clary, wall paper and paint.
15th and Lane. Phone 1383. Adv.
Miss Imogene Burnett of Clay Cen
ter will spend the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burnett,
1197 Clay street. Miss Burnett is su
pervisor of music in the grade school
at Clay Center.
Mrs. Cora Graff of Deer Trail. Colo.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Callihan
and Mrs. W. H. Brown.
Mrs. Amos Burns, jr., of Wichita, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Burns this week. Mrs. Burns will leave
Sunday evening for her home. Before
coming to Topeka she visited in St. !
Louis and Kansas City.
Mrs. J. W. O'Bryon, of Lawrence, is
the guest of Mrs. F. C. Elmore for a
fev days.
Mr. Dick Elmore is the weekend
guest of friends in Emporia.
Miss Lake Goodwin, formerly of this
city, is here visiting friends and rela
tives. She expects to soon return to
Galveston, Tex., with her grandmoth
er, Mrs. Joe Campbell.
V A. aVicCartei, D. D. S. Orthodon
tist. 709 Mills bldg., prevention and
correction of irregular teeth only.
Miss Estella Frisby, 1804 Lane
street, entertained Miss Zela Perrine
and her Sunday school class last night
at her home. Those present were :
Miss Marian Daugherty. Miss Elsie
Harrison, Miss Ivy Wires, Miss Fran
ces M-cGinnis, Miss Nellie Kern, Miss
Josephine Wingert. Aliss Louise Dun
bar, Miss Margaret Brown and Miss
Margaret Frisby, Mr- Frank Thomas,
Mr. Charlie Payne. Mr. Tracy Ansel,
Mr. Louis McDowell, Mr. Ralph Moles,
Mr. Arthur Stickel, Mr. Lester Mc
Dowell and Mr. Ralph Deimler.
The Junior Atlantean club will meet
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Samuel
Lyman, 1326 Buchanan street.
The Clio club will meet with Mrs. F.
L. Britton on Monday afternoon at her
home, 1532 Central Park court.
The Seven Leaf Clover club will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Neal, 1713 Park street.
The ladies society of the First
Methodist church will meet, in the
church parlors, Wednesday afternoon.
February 2, at 3 o'clock. All ladies
are urged to be present.
Mrs. S. J- Hodgins. 21 G Tyler street,
will entertain the West Side Reading
club with a musical next Wednesday
The W. T. K. club will meet Thurs
day afternoon w-ith Mrs. F. E. Luce,
604 Polk street.
The Golden Rule club will meet
Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. T.
Roehr. 1505 Clay street, with Mrs.
Geo. Piatt assisting.
The Musical Art society will not
meet Monday evening as was previ
ously announced.
Miss Florence Wellcome, 1021 Fill
more street, will be hostess to the
members of the Lakota club Monday
The Vesp jeeian club will meet with
Mrs. Arthur Hodgins Tuesday, Feb
ruary 1, instead of as formerly an
nounced. The Amaranth club will be enter
tainted Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
Geo. W. Kowen, 13U6 Van Buren
The Nineteenth Century club will
meet Monday afternoon with Miss
Elen M. Scott, 1135 Western avenue
Will Bet-omo General Agent of
Santa Fe in That City.
Mr. E. -C. Kitching will go to Atchi
son Monday to take up the duties of
general agent of the Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe Railway company. Mr.
Kitching is one of the popular young
railroad men of Topeka, and a Santa
Fe product. He entered the service of
the company in 1903 as office boy, his
first job being with the division su
perintendent. He studied to be a
stenographer, and soon qualified for
that kind of work. He went to the
freight department In 1905, and filled
various positions successfully till 1910,
when he was appointed to be traveling
freight1 agent. Now comes another
promotion to the Atchison position.
The Chamber of Commerce, or the
Committee of Forty, or whatever
name Atchison's commercial organiza
tion is known by. will find Mr. Kitch
ing good timber for membership. He
is a Hve community booster, and can
make a speech when the occasion de
mands. Speaking more frivolously,
Mr. Kitching knows the late dance
steps, is able to sustain a hand at
bridge, and can sing. He was still sin
gle the last time he communicated
with this department. Frank Jarrell,
who knows both Kitching and Atchi
son, says the two fit.
Notice Eagles.
The funeral of our late Brother E.
E. Ekman will be held at 2 o'clock
Sunday from Shel la barge re chapel.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles will
conduct a service at the grave. We
want all members to come who can
possibly arrange it. Meet at Eagles
home at 1 o'clock.
Adv (, . .
Items for this department mar b.
phoned t 5915 or State Journal office.
Mrs. Walter Cross entertained the
members of the Vesta club Friday aft
ernoon. Those present were: Mrs-
C. E. Cox. Mrs. C, D. Webb, Mrs. G.
R. Gross, Mrs. W. L. Cummings, Mrs.
C. E. Goodrich, Mrs. A. P. Wolff, Mrs.
T. F. Allen, Mrs. H. I. Derby, Mrs. E.
L. Jones. Mrs. H. A. Kingsley was a
guest. The next meeting will be held
in two weeks with Mrs. H. I. Derby,
1307 Seward avenue.
Mrs. Eldon H. Seagraves will enter
tain the members of the Lotus club at
their regular meeting next Tuesday
afternoon at her home in Fifth street.
Mrs. Fred Skidmore and Mrs. Phil
ip Meinhardt were guests Friday at
the K. E. Dehl home in North Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hess and fam
ily have moved from Highland Park
to 1025 Jefferson street.
The meeting of the Fleur de Lis Art
club has been postponed from Febru
ary 2 to February 16. the meeting to
be held with Mrs. Joseph Bower, 48S
Wabash, avenue, Oakland. -
The meeting of the Kansas-Sunflower
club which was to have been held
next Monday night with Mrs. Stanley
Wagner, .has been indefinitely post
poned. Mrs. Will Woodard and Mrs. Jack
Cozad are here called by the sickness
and death of their mother, Mrs. Anna
Kerns, who died Friday at her home
m Kaw street after a short Illness
with lockjaw. Her husband and two
daughters. Miss Theresa and Miss
Geneva Kerns, alpo survive her. The
funeral service will be held Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock from the Sew
ard Avenue Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rice and daugh
ter Marie have returned to their home
in Ellis, Kan,, after a short visit at
the Frank Davis home in Lake street.
Mrs. F. J. Warner has moved to the
Amos Reeler home, 823 Madison
street, where she will make her home.
Mrs. J. V. Orr of Atolilson.
The Beeler family are temporarily
with their daughter, Mrs. Boy Hoover
506 East Ninth street!
Mrs. H. V. Strait will entertain the
members of the Happy Hour club next-
Tuesday afternoon at her home
Reno street.
Next Tuesday morning prayer meet
ing No. 19 will be held with Mrs.
Bates, 303 Klein street. The meeting
will be led by Thomas E. Prout of the
R. R. Y. M. C. A.
The regular meeting of Hive No. 14,
Women's Benefit association of the
Maccabees, will be held in Security
hall next Thursday afternoon.
The meeting of Lockmaben Castle
No. 768, The Royal Highlanders, will
be held next Monday night January
31 at Bates hall Sixth and Jackson
streets. The meeting will be followed
by a dance for the members and
Mis3 Maude Kemler has returned to
her home in Basehor, Kan., after a
short visit w-ith Miss Mary Cunning
ham. Little Mary French of East Tenth
street met with a painful accident a
few days ago, her arm was seriously
necessary to close the cut.
Miss Mary Cunningham of Baker
university, Baldwin, is spending the
weekend with relatives here. Miss
Cunningham will leave the first of the
week for Emporia to enter her senior
year at the State Normal.
Mrs. Harry McNair will entertain
the members of the Golden Rod Card
club Wednesday afternoon. February
9, at her home, 515 East Locust street.
W. R. Bollen of Manhattan K. S. A.
C. is the weekend guest at the Sam
Cunningham home In East Eighth
Ite ma for this department may be
phoued to -015 or State Journal office.)
The regular monthly business and
social meeting of the Oakland Fores
try club was held Friday afternoon
with Mrs. J. N. Graft in Thomas ave
nue. A paper, "Women in Early Kan
sas History," was read by Mrs. R. P.
Taylor and roll call was answered by
"Quotations from Kansas Authors."
The members who attended the meet
ing were: Mrs. H. N. Oakley, Mrs. J.
L. Heller, Mrs. O. C. Willsey. Mrs.
H. E. Godcll, Mrs. H. G. Shore. Mrs.
William Vanorsdol, Mrs. R. P. Taylor,
Mrs. Clara Johnson, Mrs. C. M.
Reaugh, Mrs. J. C. Hanna, Mrs. O. M.
Keats, Mrs. John Stamm, Mrs. Nannie
Miller and Mrs. Graft. The next meet
ing will be an evening affair for the
members and their families at the
home of Miss Augusta Waite in Arter
avenue, February 2 5.
Mrs. Guy Pepper will entertain the
church Missionary society next
l 1
A nnouncement
While the fire of Thursday afternoon tempor
arily interfered with our business, we are in a
position to handle Our trade satisfactorily.
Spring stocks will be ready in the very near
future. We will be pleased to see all our old cus
tomers and hope to make many new ones this
Topeka Millinery Co.
727 Kansas Avenue.
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Mrs. Jay E. Honsc, Wife of the Mayor
of the City.
members of the Oakland M. K.
Thursday afternoon at her home in
Forest avenue. This is the regular
monthly business meeting.
An afternoon at thimbles was given
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Walter
Hamill, at which time the Y. M. C. A.
club was organized to meet at tho
home of the various members every
two weeks. Mrs. Hamill was assisted
by Mrs. Philip Stackelbach, Mrs. C.
A. Webb and Mrs. Homer Allison. The
members of the club are: Mrs. Clyde
Slawson, Mrs. W. E. Benton. Mrs.
Morgan Washburn, Mrs. Ira llawver,
Mrs. Joseph Bower, Mrs. C A. Webb,
Mrs. Rov Helms. Mrs. H. V. Strait.
Mrs. G. F. Wcttltng, Mrs. Walter
Hamill, Mrs. Philip Stackelbach and
Mrs. Hamill. Mrs. W. E. Benton was
elected president and Mrs. Hamill sec
retary and treasurer. 1 he next meet
ing will be held February 9 with
Mrs. C. A. Webb, 462 Freeman avenue.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Good Samaritan class of he Oakland
M. E. church will be held next
Wednesday evening at the church.
Howard Oakowy has recoverea
from a serious attack of the grip.
Albert Ireland, of Holton, Kan., is
visiting relatives and friends here a
few days this week.
The following members o' the Loyal
Berean class of the Oakland Christian
church met with Miss Mabel Keats
last Wednesday evening at her home
in Alter avenue; Jlifs I'earl Main.
Mips Frances Main, Miss Katheryn
Ralstin, Miss Edith Rook, Mrs. S.
Courtney, Mrs. J. C. Hanna, Mr. Leon
ard Hanna.
Mrs. James Kelley is reported Im
proving from a week's serious illness
at her home in Michigan avenue.
Mrs. W. R. Jersop entertained the
following members of the Ladies' Aid
society of the Oakland Christian
church last Thursday afternoon at her
home in Oakland avenue; Mrs. C M.
Reaugh, Mrs. Dackenhausen, Mrs. R.
E. Leeson, Mra. George Anderson, Mrs.
E. S. Wallace, Mrs. J. B. Hcag.
The Oakland W. C. T. U. will have
a "Mother's Meeting" next Tuesday
afterroon at the homo of Mrs. J. G.
Hucy in Chester avenue.
$100,000 TO COLLEGE
St. Louis Tobacco Dealer Gives Lln
denwood a Second Fund.
St. Charles, Mo., Jan. 29. A second
gift of $100,000 has been given to Lin
denwood college here by James Gay
Butler, a retired tobacco manufac
turer of St. Louis, it was announced
today by Dr. John L. Roemer, presi
dent of the college. A year ago Mr.
Butler gave the college $100,000 for a
dormitory, natatorium and gymna
sium. The new gift of $100,000 will
be used for a dormitory. Lindenwood
college is a Presbyterian school for
Certificates recording the following
births were filed with the city clerk
To W. R. DUNHAM and wife. 200
Emmett street, January 27, a girl.
wife, 102 Woodruff, January 19, a girl.
To JOHN C. D LI ARTE and wife, 717
East Second, January 3. a girl.
Mrs. W. K. Atchison. Wife of
County Attorney.
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