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,THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JULY, 22, MOO i u I i i f J S& AK.&y y. 7' ,-s. "" lrS'f,fj'Ii Sv Jly the middle at July nearly all St Lout's people who m'ake a practice of ..pend ing their summers out of luv.u .it the re sorts, have taken their departure and are well established In howl: in cottage l th sra side. In the mountains, cr journevlng In f rei'-;n lands. roUowin.-r nr.' the names of rainy persons or i romm-nce an 1 their present address A-litr t-kIc ami Jtre Klmer I -Country tila. .it V..sLst. J, v't A jr Mi ant Ills llancls ISca'jresard -Wen el nMI IT. Jllch .llsin Mi- rrjncl-A! bom-. Al Jlr an.1 Mrs Lulls 1' A" home .i '..I l'-s i:.nnia l.-n- Branch ,U I M an. Mis J.in-- Aull and Mls.s I'ttW Aul Vt ll l'i .,... JiMneil. Mr an.l Mrs William. End Jtljs -Net lio hagi-tlt Al hiitf .... liar i.. Jul;. "! Jlrs Shep-irvl At 1i.uk-. will .. t . Clifton MTOC. :".. In A-UTi-t. aij to ' M il'mmrrtl! cttaa la A!ir..n .a.k ISari t Hi and Mrs. J S - Al h.-in-BarsT.,vi Jlis J.rs-mlne llacst at Ht-imoii oittiKt .it "n'H"nn wii It,. tie. Mrs i: 1 Mtrs l'annv Iia-tle At Vi. m t ,-uist ICSOiIS lln-. -rs- Mr. anj lire J T. CotUKlrilj nt Hart ii I', me. ill, ii ltis.uiri Mrs. II ziir- Vi-it!nT in njstern I iv l!a t'e. Mr and -Mm -ulln Hureia Springs lieu i Mr .nd Mrs. K. M Isiam llacn, Sllr He ..er. Mr EI.J Mrs J. r la l-tirepe . lleeis Mr an.: Mi t!ure K and lli- licern A home liolrlir Mr. A I" and Mlses lsauel Ii.olir In I -jr i jv mu n-ar-f- In lnH-- Hen M s MlWrea At huia Iter-ai-: Mr. ana Mr. lliwar.I-Jam-tewn. J ' liv.rr. Jti-s Mary Nerrl.s studs Irs nn.se in Lf-sj . JijTf .M Mi's Mlrnl At lioiie Hens M' an.l ilr AIfr At Jatn' wn Jt 3 - i r.m-- t.i Itun'j HiliinsJl. ". uii a: home: will p "'n o Ve tuft ntrK ltillia. Mr jt.! Jin liny 1 -At talf. lilr. h Hi Amu Si-rlnqfeM. Mo 3laeltil. ir Mi- 5irtra At hme i:.ird M i.!re-v. At Nome; w 11 o art f .r 3am- t v 'i hi w. k i:Uir Mil ae.l Mr James K -iVtai;!!!,; at IMackmai l-rani Iilai.e Mi ainl 51r (Titrle H. an.l tl ir famllv .-ltlicmii al "har!f uiv. Mieh. HI leti olanet and M-s. ttrlH an.l JU 11'!: tt In t olr.ido Ititom Mr am! -Mrs-. IlawariS fattaEilit at Jiarlior l' !nt lUinett Mr an.l Mr. eorce C.ttaKlnir at Vrfijuel .isirj IHo.jn. ilenrv M . Jr -At lmn.e. Ljfflnr Mr. ani Mi. J'e-Iia route home Iron Kur. p 1 sher. Iloetnr an.l JIr. Inland Kt A "burr 3'arl: l:.ivd. Mr an J Mrs T. Ii.-At Harbor l'.int. I"-iisee Mr anl Mr' llnd-.ri l: WaliKile, JVw liaii.plilre. iir aiiu. Mr. ixnt(-.lapiewoou. .-vio l.r' A-ilE". 11 iXUti l-- .lid) -Cettaglris; Bt O nonv.woe. Ilu. . Mr urd lir Aiolplm In Oermapv. llai'.rr -Mr and Jlrs Jairs i; -m. ilsir ElTlrr,". Mich. Kam.. Dnttor A S !rn I.lVe. Wis -aXanie Mr nnd Mrt. Imthlrl r.ittnuin? at &nm!i llAn Ili-I. rihoun. 'Mi""' Jiphine In X'.w York and ( .TJa-te-n fa..iat rort i n Mrs .ttvl-iivewool. New Ycrk. tn. Mr- Pain-MUir'aakee t"I. rarr Mrs IJlj Morrlon Nevi, lork and the Fea.air .... tarter. Mr. arl Mrs. Tliomas and M: tiara Carte- OassiJi M.r. Abner ' Mauluttan Ile-ich and later the llrh'hlrt s CslIenMp Mrs tleor. A In Kumr . Oatlln. Mr and Mr-.. j;;..'iron -Jamfttown. It. I. CaxlH. Mr and Mr. lan!eI-vIaineston, It. I. Chits.-. Mrs Kmnia Uaiat-n and Miss ithodx Oiia? Chamenet. Mr ard lire. IuIs-N'e-w Ixjndon. Ua'rk. Mr r.l Mrs. 1! W. nark and Mls- Be"l Clark- Ilart-or I'Dlnt 4larkon. MItj- iiract-iK-nvt-r. Clo. timer Mis II . Jan.eton. Ccbl.. Mr and Mrs. Stli and Miss Josenhins Cobb At henw- Crll n Mr and Mrs. Martin 0--on"moiM3. C)mt3.. iMctor and Mr. T. tliiswold In 'c K. Mr. and Mrs Douglas and MIsa Carri rn.'.- iV.lnrni!, nn.t th ?Sl Cook. Mr and Mr- Isaac Ccok At home. ! Crar.ler Mr. and Mrs. K " -At Lgni? I Crane, Mr and Mm. Charlet . Marquett. j Zilch 4 "ampion. Mr. asd Mrs. Kufas Gren ljk. i AV1 ! Crawford, Mr. and Mrj. G. I.acej- Cottastn; at .femesiow r. R- 1 Chouteaifc Mrs. Pierre On th Main C01t. Crund-n. Mr and Mrs F. I'. Ctottaglng in (Kcrthern Mirblxan Cuendei. Kuaene Manlto-J. C'ao Cunnlnsham. Mrs. I" J . aaid ths Misses Cun ClnRham Mackin.-c "Clark. Mrs. Ciniy Marquette. M-lch Chappll, Mrs. T O Marucctte. Mich. Ocment-.. Mrs. .J C Colorado. ilementt. MJs Julia Colorado ounnlnltam. Mrs UeorRia ! Atlantic City. 3ula. Atiss ;ctt nlrm Dauah-n:-. Mr and Mis J. TV., ani Ml-s ffemr- Plle -JJorthi-ni M'.rlilEan. letanld yiT and Mm Wallace, and th Misses D. laileld Wcqaetonslnir. luttmnnn. Mr and Mrs William, and MKs DIttmann In Kurop- Uodd. Samuel, and th Misses Dudd In Uio ACIrondacks. Iirammral. Mr. and Srs. Cl.ailes IS. In Colo-rado.- Inimond. Mr. ar.l Mrs. Harrison Orulsing bbot.t Ivns leland on thlr jacht. Drummond. Mr and Mra Jolui At home. D'-lan-T Mr and Mr. John O'K.. and Miss .Flnan -On tht Malrp oojsL Irunimond. "Mr and Mis. James Bar Harbor. Edsv-ar. Mr a.r-1 Mrs Mnjn O., Sr Cwttaijlnc nt WequeturICff. ncar Mr and Mrs livyn. Jr Crrttaslng; at AVeiuton!rj; limimd. Judo and Mra. II. I. In the Ad Ircr dacks. Khrhanlt, Poctrr and Mib Julius Tn Ktxrcp. Khrhardt. Doctor and Mrs. Kudoiph T At home nillott. Mr and Mrs. Harry-In New Hami- shlrw. Elliott. Mr ai.d Mrs. IfowarJ At Kddeford Pool t Epstein. Mr. nnd Mia. Marcus Cottarfnr at rikhart I-ak- Wis Ftrnhaln. Mies Irma At home Krans. Mrs. W , and the Misses Bvans Alrtflnia Ilcach, Va. Killl. Mr and Mr J. II AFbury I'ark. , Kfllott. Mr and Mrs. Harry. Sr In Europe. J-penschled. Mrs f. I. Hrooklvn Faust. Mr and M. K A At home Filey. Mr. and Mrs. Jehu Dnlslit At Hartor 2'oint Filiey, MI?s I.iu.Ii Kennebunkpcrt. cuest at th Kotanjct.ttagt- l'ord. Mr. and Mrs James I., and Mis Ford -Coburc. Canada. Fr.rres-tcr. Miss Mb'l In lyindci. Foiekr, Mr and Mrs John On tl.a Malce. Coat Vudite. Miss Amelia In Fails. Francis, Mr. and Mra. David I!. Jamestown. H. I. Fraley, Mr. and Mrs. Moes M.iln- -.-it. I'orster, Iocior and Mrs. ott.. K. Manhattan 33-ach. Uill. Mr ard Mrs. f-lannce Mlnnetonka. Oram. Mr. ani" Mrs. A D Narr uranKctt. "Jnjwold, Mr. an"d Mrs J 1 A'laKa. , Otliwold. Mies NVIIie In Alaska. , Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nan-acan-ett. I larrlson, Mr and Mrv H er -Kurtj.e. lloodbar, Mrg t It TV-nney1- tlordon, Mr and Mrs. IJnd II Xurlhern Ml"h tcan. t;JUl,I. Ilid IE. Oconomowor. Orecu, Mr and Mt. William 1J. Orecnbrler Eprini;" W. Va Keller. Mrs. isirKe liicairi. IV-ah Hr,I. Kcllar, Mls Ad-!r ChlcaKu Iarli Ilotl Kaler. Mr and Mrs Fer.l I -South Il.ucn. Krapp Mr and Mrs Cliarles U Watth IIlHf Kins. Mr. anl Mrs. Co-jdman I'arls." - Kallmann, MIs Farts. Ivauftman. Mr an.l Mr- - liar Harbor. KeJlrj, Mr. A T ISoslon K-nnard, Mr. nnd Mrs i,m Maine Coast. Kennard, the MIssvs Maine Cojel ICi-rens, Mrs It. C EUllis . a. Iverens. Mr and Mrs. Vtnsn: Eiu.-r. Ivllpatrick. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Macnolia. K.hler. Mr and Mrs. CaFiir Eutuve. Koi hler. iUs Annj Kuiojk?. TtroeKcr, Mr and Mrs. i: It. lii'tern resorts Ihmann Mrs. Fred 'oljra.la luountaltis li.rente. Doctor and Mrs. J. J. Nnrrauanstt Xicr laijtlcs, the Miss" Vtlilte Mountains. 3j.Miler. Mis. John !a5 lliy. Ivnder, Mis Jfc-llc-l'atls lcte, Mrs. J. M. Wiutonlrs. Jte. the Mistci- eil.et' rstng. IjamUit. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan New York. limlwrt. Mr and Mr. Muiien--At home. licklan I. Mtrs Mary Fain-town. Iemp. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Eun.r-5. linii, Mr. and Mra. V. J Jr. Ai hems. Miller. Mrs. Joseph Oittagins on Iike i;ri. l3 Canada ilaxon, Mrs T W. Niagara Falls and Canada. Mudd. Doctor and Mi. l!jrey Cottaging oi Lake Michigan. H Mud. I, Mr. and Mrs. !tot-rt At home. loore, Mr and Mrs. Philip N. Montana ranch. McNair. Mr. and Mrs. Joun Wo.Uctonsln;r McNalr, Mr. and Mrs. I.Ilbura l'olnt-au-IJar-QUcai Mo.ire. Mrs. V. G Colorado. Meier. Mr. anj Mrs. Theodore a. Narrasan ett Nledrlnshans. Mr anl Mrs. Tom Cuttasine at llldiiefcrxl l'rol. Niedrinehaus. Mr. and Mrs. !. W. At home. Nifslringhaas, Miss Mauje Euro;c XoUn. Ilia Maud New Jersey Coast. Niedrimjhaus. Mr and iirs, W. F.James town . , Hishleyman. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I- Will sail for Kumpe Aucuu I Hirschoenr. Madamo St. Clair Sprincs. Mich. llirschberit. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. M. Clair irin;s. Mlrh. Holmes, Mr., and Mrs. D. S. Jametou n. It. I. Holmes, the Mioses Jam-lnvrn. It. 1. Daidinir, Mrs, HuksvU Coitrado. IJardway, Mr. and Mrs. William Wcqueton sine. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank At home. , llandlan. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ixinc llranch. Hart. Mr. and Mrs-. Ausustln Faris. Hart. Mi's Adelc- I'arls. . Jlairca. Mr. and llr. Ilarrv n. At home. Jl3tily. Mr. and Mrs. F. 1 At hoina. Haj-ttatd. Miss Irftln IMris, J Hebflrd. Mies Alfred-Maine Coast. Housr. IX M. Wequetons'nR. Hojt. Mr. ard Mre. K. It. At honj-. Humphrey. Charles New York and Ions ls-liLraJ. liBk QA I iHHFT ( y fcOswoT) N V .- it-nTT' - ravxf r--V '-TY fP5S FANNH: EARTLE. "WHOSE nACRLWht: TO Ml?tf!X StEEE? wilt. SE. All AUTUHII EVENT It.s. Mr atlj Mr- II C- Maine . v- .1..1T. . .Mr .ml Mi- :-..ii;i f sliniMI. Mhh Johntuli. Doctor and Mrs. It 1' -Smith IIai, Mb h .l,.hns..n. Colonel and famll Like Michigan. J.iim, toub Mr- J Atlmtli ".t. January Ml - 1 dlth. .Iu.is.,11. Mr and Mr I N - t lunie .lu.l-.n M'ss- Al I1..1111 Jt, lln. Duma" Narriean-t-tt t I'alluR. Mr and Mr- John iVltaetnu en IiJ- t.ri.- In anad i tOielllv. Mrs Themis In Europe Hcrson, Mr an.l Mr- John in l'arls- 'II Mi Am "al Mai opl. 5li- M-.ni .trs- Max Oit-rsi.il Mi-s I.u. ill t home 1'jd.l.Kk. Mrs H'.irKe and M.s My l'ailloek - In l.,.n.h n 1'1,-rt. Mr and Mrs U. S 'anada. Inrp jii lurm.uth iais '1. IMens. Miss ltl 1VIV Kntuelo. lirr. Mr and Mr Ale -south Havn. Mich 1'ilcher. Mi-s i:dna -,-sn.th Haen. Ml, h l'rle-t. Jjdw and Mr- II S -l'rivr Like. Kli l'lir-t. Mi--- tira.-i I'rlur Ike. Wis. Uiinis-v. Mr an.l Mr- Mo-es, and Huiney. M:-s -Nantueki I-ltnd Ib.bjn. .llfiisi u X. At home ItalriF! Mr and Ml- J J -Naracansnt. ICjcku .oil. Mr nn.l Mrs T. II -I'tto-l.-y. P..Hlnio.l l t.f Miss -Ivto-kiry. S.md.ler. Mr. and Mrs. Elltba. and M'vs scu.l der Hjunnisport. Cai Cod SimikJn, .M!s CuilasiEB at Yarmouth. Cape Ci.1. Sin pkins, Mr. and Mrs. Alan -Maine Cuii-t. M-l. Mr and Mrs. ' Charlelolk. Meer, Miss Julia !arlcoIX Simmons. Mr. anl Mis 1. C Ocjn?moiror. Simmons Mr and Mr. E. 11. At the Simmons home in WjstmuiHan.I jUc suw-, Mr. and Mis tlrlswold Scotland. S.hrors. Mlj John- live iach. N 11. Siw-nces, lot.t..r and Mr. 11 N.-To 12urr in Auj;ut Sttner. Stanley Wequetonsintr. Townstnd, Mr. ami Mrs. il. C MarquMte, Mi"h. Tovraend. Mis Irtha-Ncnr York. Thornburfch. Mr. and Mr-. W. II. Cuttastne at Itiddeford Fool. Mo. Tri-imson. Mr. and Mrs. . II Maff-aehurc'.ts Co.t. Tliomson. th. Mls.es Maseachusetts coast. Tultlf. Hifhop--U-vlu.t.inslnc Turner. Mis. Ciiarii-s -Narasansett. Ta-atslale. Mr. and Mrs W c Adlrondacksw Tclal-. Mss-Adirondacks n.-a-la.v. Mr and Mrs il W. At horn. Van ElaiCom. Mr, and M, J. c In i'arls. Vwirh- s. Mr alM Mrs W. C -In i'arls Vtr S:e.ff. Mr. anl Mrs swatnifett. Matl AVIIkln-.ii. Miss Mars.tr-t A: holi.-. V.r. M and Mrs. lttbfell Ai home; co to ColonJa in Aueust Ware Miss Elo!e At Lome, Colorado in Au- Walker. Mrs. O IIerbert-K-r.ntbunkf.,it. M-. Watwi.-Mlss Abb At noma; in August to Weo.uel.nln;j Wricht. -Mr and Mr O-inje Watch Hill. IV I. 1 nKht. Ml-s J".-io-Wutcli Hill. IV 1. Wst. th Misses At home V. -M. Mrs. Courtney Jamestown. Wnnan. Mr. end Mrs. l'rank Wequetocstr.i. '.tt-rirm.1 i- Jaccanl'g, Uroadway and Lo cust. INFORM . CNTi:ilTAIMnTS. JIis Cornelia llaln of tho Fotitli Side eel--lir.ted htr Usl.tt-enih blrtlnlay by slvlnK a illnntr to hf-r Irieinls on FrMiy. Anmin; tho preM-nt were: ili--ts Katie Mlnko. nupiiemla Seliroeder, littie Ki-ttcrer. -Marie UlcfonLarh. Florence Flislolrr. Francis Hain. Anita Haln; SIme. tjscar T. I'M. I). X. Fuer-rtemvlrth. John Ileldecker, Frank Fiemunil, Georiro TJiLrberser. A jray party of North St. LouH young pwple left the city from the home of Miss Kathryt'.e Ferris lor a picnic to Kirkwooil at Mrs T. tlarcin'u summer home. Tim yotins per plo More outlmr sunt of blue and nhlte. their club colors. I2ncliiK ami mu sic were the liicf fi.itures of tin- Iaj. On thdr letnm tn town Mipper was aw-aitinc; them on Ml.w Terri-i's lawn, which was siajlv decnraltsl for tho occasion. Amonit those present were: Misses Kalhr.vne 1-Vrr!s. Manns Hcan, Katie lb-11 F-rrls. Kaihryne Frendtlllo I.ilie I'ren.HIIIe. Florence I)ion, Kathone litan. l!es-le Kelson. Josephine Iri.n(lIo. Mabel Tliom.t". Kitlte Dunn. Mes?i.irs Joe Wsr. Jolra Swlnst r TomUartln. JoShidjke. Jim rit7K.TdId, Will nrr. Frank I'erano, Will Sciinl.iu. l!ud.Ioii.-s. I'lerioU.imbli Frank ItoiiKcle?, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jenauball. The I.undl Socltty f;ao a lawn partv at tho residence of Ml II. Schreldt. Satur day. July 14. The lawn was d-eorated witli bunting. Hjbs and Japanese lantern!'. AinoiiK those present were: MIs- Kmi'j Stcmra. IZmlly IieRemann. Ilarlura Hegcinann, Clara Sehirr. Id.i Sehirr. Kmiria. Hoesenberg, Hiiltle Schntldt. Mi'ssicur.s l:. Stumm. Doctor f. Zlm- 11. Wunsch, inerni.inn, W'trner Voelkenlng, W. Kollmnun, 11. Schwenker. C. IJremsehwf Ig. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Fulkenhalrer of Xo. 2012 Ietnii .'tvenii". v lio Tilled for Hurop Saturday, were uiven a farewell reception by thf lr relatives on Monday evening. On Tuesday evtniwr. Miss Klla IJeers of Hotel Iteers pave a dinner to Alia- Ander son. Mr. Julius Koi hler and I'rofesnr Itobyn. followed by a box party at the le. Mr. end Mr. i,ou!s Zell pave a parden party last wetk in honor of Miss Ma belle Junto. They were assisted in reeehir.i; their Ktiest- by .Miss Kva H.im. The lawn was Illuminated with lantern, forming arches. Punch was Ferved In a little pink boat, ard refreshments on a. long table, which was deorated with pink flowers. Among the guests were: Miss-es X-llie Wagoner. Dorothy Eaxter Alta Smith, Addye Yeargaln, I-ulu Iarek, Hattie Ycarsaln. Mis? Mnhcl Day of Xo. 4104 Delmar lioule vard. who left this morning for an extended trip in tho North, entertained a number of hrr friends, on Friday evening. The guests were cntertalneil by Mis Liz zie Xledlet and Mr. Hal Morgan, who gave several vocal solos. Dancing and inti'le were also engaged In, after which refresh ments were served. Among the gu-s.3 present were: MisH'S Susie Jones. Xellio Skates Lizzie Ni.sllct. Mabel Day, M.irgariti- Thompson, Maud Day. Agathia Madakne. Messieurs Freil Hoehme, Martin Trepp, Oeorge Huth. William McHcnry, William Kentuor, James Dull. Jack Uhrig. Theodore Hess. Hal Morgan, Tho Yours Men's Father Mathew Club has Usued Invitations to a midsummer lawn Many St. Louisans Are Out of the City at Various Summer Re sorts ami Abroad What the Stay-at-II onies Are Doing News From Neighboring Towns in Aiiissoiiri ami Illinois. yKt& G t it -1- .ll . ', . r, ;, j pari will. Ii will be tonder.-.l to MI'S Uo-" MiKenzIi-. No. 4'; Miiiitin-f afiiu-. iu.t Wednesday Veiling. Fine Diamonds. Me-mod .t. J.iecai.Vs. M!s ('.inline ll.ltb.1.1 of No. 41." onk axenue entertained Iriend Friday .-i-n-Imr. The time wa.s imsmsI In f.ird-plamg and other names. .Miss Ilalhi-ld will ibpart next wek for Spiinglield and the Sailth. Among these pni-ent were: Misses Sophia Meyer. Curynbe Hatfield. Iuii-e Mevti, Messieurs F. I'raukel. John Pollock, ltiswiil Messing. tl-ory.- Kawlings. Tho St. Monica's Guild of St. John's i:pl.'copj t'hur. h will she a laisn luriy etlnedu eveninp July . at Histrvuir Park. Iitayette ana Iuis!.ina .uenut". I" the event of rjln. the parts rill bu poM potied until tho follonlng evening. Next rrldav cv.nlng St. Ali.housus Coun cil. Knights of Father Mat hew. will enter tain th joung ladles of St. Alphonsii.s Par ish (Hock Church) at an Informal reception, throwing open tht-lr quarter In the new sodality Hall. Svmo of the best talent 111 the eltv has btn seeiutd to entertain the It') guests of the council, which numb-rs in lbs membership man well-known bul ies, xrofebsional and coclcty men. A charming little party. comiosed of Misses I.uell.i Fleli-chbetn tf nellellle. Net tie Jordan and Tlllie t'uiuer. and Mts'r.s. !eori Vol. Durwaid Jord.tu and Cliail"b 1'. Williams, atlerded tbo opera at the Cau Friday vvtiilns. "Wl'.UUI.XiS. Mr. Harry J. Stlebel and Mis Uelle Mc Cartney ot Dorcas street were munlel Wednesday morning In the Church of the Assumption. The Ilevereiul P. Ljon per formed the ceremony, snd the Rev.'rend J. J. Head was deacon of tho mass; V. J. Mc Cartney, a brother of the bride, o!Uc!atfI us fcilbdeacon. while Mr. Caey acted as master of coremonles. Mies Maggie Mur phy was the maid of honor and Mr Kugtno Stlehel. a brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. After muss the bridal couple went to tho home of tho brldo for hreak fe.st. Thee hae gone to housekeeping at Xo. KI73 Theodosla avenu-. Wedding Silverware, MermoJ .1- Jaccard's. A pretty home wedding was that of Miss Murio Wltte to Mr. AIonzo stoker of San Dii-o, Cai. The house was dworated with palms and rarnatlor.s. The bride, a liund Fome brunette, was attired In a gown of wliito orgainlla and lace. The only ornu ment she wore wjs h golden butterf, stt with ellamoudh. the n!ft of tho bndegiooui. Miss Clara Wltte the bride'' hlster, wore a gown of pink onlfs over silk After a re ception, to wblth only the" fainilj and a few Intimate friends were Invited, the couple departed on a tour through the ICust. heiic by way of Chicago will travel nil through Colorado and the West, being at Iriiw) to their friends after September 1. In their home In San Diego Mlsn Corlnne PhllWrt of No. 4157 Page houlevanl and Mr. Dan c. Monls were quietly married at St Ann's Church on Tuesday last by the Iteveren.l O J. Mac Donald, as-ii-ted by the Iteterend IMw.inl Cantwell of St. .Mphonsiis'i. (ItocK) Church. A quiet wedding took place on Saturday afternoon. July H. nt the Wagner Pints' I'resbjte rlati Church. Miss Florence llre-n-uelsen. daiighler of Mr. Joseph llre'imelseli an.l slsttr of Mis. W. H. Athev of Cabannu iv. nue. was mnrrbd to Mr A. C. Phllllp.s. only Kin of .Mrs. Cora V. Phllllis of Finuev avenue, tmiy members of the Imnwdl.i'ei family wre i.resent. The voting couple will l-i ut home to th.-lr friends iifter August 1 at No. lilC I"tilversll ttr'et. Mr. Julius Schercli of Ntchez. MIsk,. nn n. .inn-, s tlie engasement of his .laughter, Ortui.le. to Mr. sol P. Plait of this city. Mrs. Annie J. llyrns nnnources the mir rl.ige of hr ilatigliter. Anna Viola, to Mr. Lllsha Thomas Ibrilan of IVistrop. Tex.. Wt-clnesd.i, July ,. at the r-sMr.c- of the bride's mothtr. No. ClS North i:ieenth street. Among the weddings of tho werl: was that of T. A Wlghtman. Jr.. to Miss lllnnche Lock, tte. The ceremony was per-form-d li the P.everen l W. jr. Jones of Hyde Park t'hurch. The brllegroom was attendvl bv .1. F Howard, and the lirld,. by .Miss Llsl.. Ktiit.in; Jll.ss Jlarle F.nx as r.",RlV;irrr' M,!"' "'"'el Hegeni.-.n as Ilower alrl. JIIss oMnne Howard and -Miss Hl.ineho Hegeman as maids of honor The hous-s was decoratl xvlth palms, lems nnd flow is of all kln.N. The couple departed Tor a short trip through the Stale. vMthj.! the blr!..plat'.- of tho bildegr.Him. at Warr-uton. T- iu v'." ,m'lKt ,lKlr homv " Xo. 2ol'J North Ninth street s-Mr-i.sM,-..Sh0Pn,"'r'-' an'l "" Sydney of X... j341 West Pin., street Wt for Chi nsn Weum-sd.iv l,at. to Join Colonel and Mrs. I-es-m and Jlr. and Jlrs. Jlmrlce Sl.-Ie. to tak- th- lake trip as far n? the Thou-ar.d Island--. Jlr. Shoenb-rs will Join tl.eni u week hence, when the entire parte- will go to Atlantic: City fur tho remainder of the 15e.-t Watches. Jlcrmod & Jaccard's. l'KIISOX I. MHNTIO.V. Jlrs. Fayette C. Kwlns nnd children will fiend the summer, until September lion the Sewanee Mountain. In Tennessee. Jlrs. Js.TcI!K .Vi'i? n. cot,ase there, and Doctor Lwlns will join them later. Mrs. Charles S. Urber and her llttlo son. Arnold, of Texarkana. Tex., nre In tho city, and during their stav are the guests of Jlrs. JI. Arnold of Xo. 4313 West lie He place. c M!tf ". ,Dr.""-iIla andTdlllan Frank of the South Side oeparttel Wt-dnesdav evening lor siccompanied ihem to the station and saw them bafely aboard their train. Colonel and Jlrs. Jl.irmaduke of Hotel Ileers are going to visit their ranch at Proctor. Mo., for a few weeks. Ji..an(1 '. er.s A. Cornet of Lscledo ?,".'..-are, h"m'. alter a six months' tour in California and the West. Mra. Julia Cor net and Jlr. and Mrs. Fred J. Cornet will remain In California seme time longer. Mr. and Mrs. Warren JlcEIroy of Hotel ri-,cJi,iT vlsln5 Jlr. JIcElroj's parents In Washington, Jlo. Mrs. a. .W. Jlareton 0f Xtw Tork, who has been the guest of her daughter. Jlrs. John i:. Tiiomson, has rtturned to the Hast. Jlr. and Jlrs J. H. JIcGllly of No. 5W Llndell boiil.-v.ird hate departed for mi x teniled W. si. rn nip. Tln-y will ti-lt Di'V er. Jlanlteui, Color idn Springs and othtr lesorts. returning .-arly m teloor. Jll.ss Grace I"ulltr "I Harper plac. Web ster, will bi. tin- guest e.f Doctor and .Mrs. Ilat.l, n or Coioriilo Springs, C.ib.. for tho u-st of Hie summer. .Mrs. John F Storm aid UnillV. Including Frank P. stum and Mr. and Mrs. G.-e.rge 11. Jl-ll.iii. Juliu JI Storm .iti.l M ist-rs James ,.n,l .ujd r-ioini, are- at IMu-li"), Jllch.. for ihe irnnliicbr 'f 'he Mimine-r. Jlr. and Jlrs F. J. c.unstock of WVst I!.-r.e place, iili.iluu. Iieeti ut French Lie!: S.rlii.s-. in,). uji , ,ut on JIon.la for a tour cticwii tin- si. I.uwretii and tin- s'.igm . n.iy nt.-is. t . ilile-water. vie Niagara Fills Hid Uil..- iiut.irl.i. Doctor and Jlrs. .laini-s A C.imib.-ll. with th'ir f.imllt have gi-ue ! lt- Ib-ai h. N. II . while ilny will i.-.imIii until S.pleii'b r. Mrs. c H. jj.trtln and Jlrs. (braid !!. o'IMIIt. .u-i-i.tnpiiiilr.1 b their -isler. JIIss Florida o'flilllt. will .leparl lor Ji.inltoti about the 1st uf the month, where lb.) will slat the r.st or tli-' summer. Mioses Gr.ire Ford. Ka!ie.-n S haefer Hid J.isje Ak.-ruianii ol C.irlyle. 111., rc-turt-el to their h.ini-s Tlnirsdiy oteiiin-,'. after a visit n MI-s am, Sctin.ll of Jlln. rva ave nue JILss Silmll in-,s)mp.iuied her frle.i-Is urd will i. main In Carls h- as tb-lr guest for se-el,ll w,-ks. Cliarl. s M Lewis of No ."''T.1 Page boule vard has re-tuiist to the iltt. aftt r ., few weeks' i-ii ii. liis bieitlier. W". H. Iwis of SI Paul. Jlh.ii Jlr Fi..l Ibichett has left the city for a tilp through th- lake 1, soils f W Iscem slii and Miciiic,,ia. MNs .losle Hl'im h.-rd of Des Moines. la.. Is tin- g ,-e ,t jijss Josie lviil.y of I'ni- .'lst Mit.t. Mrs. P. F. He: I and JIi Jlidli- Alex ainl r b'u.iiicl 'i i.ewlat night for an ex tend, il tup through the Northern l.akcs an.l Niagara Falls". Mr In-:, r lVroc-s departed Friday night for a lour of the Northern l.ake re sorts, whtie lie will remain for several Weeks. Mr and Mr'. Frank 1. Colby of No. IC2 c'.m.I. i-Kuat- .ire t-iitertaining Jit- JI ir.t l: Williams and .Mrs. lionurJ Kline, both of CliiiMgii. .Mrs Williams l- Jlrs. Corbj's slstc-r ..ml an t-Iocutloiii.-.t and choir surger of l Ilil.lgo. Jliss Jessie Mat! r of St Paul, formerly of St. I uls, l.as retutu.d hoiiie. nfler vis iting Jlis, Florence .MulUll.v of Kensington. Miss Nellie She.d.m of Armstrong avenue I- attending tl.e t'liaul.iuiU at I), s Jlollles. la., where she will leiiiaiti lor the sum mer. Jlr i:. W. Keow-n will depart to-night for a two months islt to Denver, t'olo. Jlrs. C. II Smith and family, an.l Mrs. George K. Hlbbaid, .1. parte.! W'edncsl.iy tor IK-l.ivm Like. Wis. Liter they will J.-, to Ptlt-lll-IklJ. MISs Jlaud Coglin ar.d Miss 1rginU Hazard will ehpart WV1lnes1l.1v to l-it JIIss Jlargiiitt Chubucl; of Port Huron. JIi5 Hlan.-he T.ituni of .Memphis Is visit ing her ster. Jlrs. James Jl.miague, of Xo. o.t1 .Morgan su,et. Jlr. Grorge I. Has-, tt. v-ho lias been vl-lting In Iaindmi. is n.u nuking a trip of thiee weeks throdgli the I:rltlsli Isle-. He will sail lor home- ..u Augu-t . Jllsse Jlie Iluel. Ktntn.i Schl.iiTkle. Anna I.ln.lecker. Stella 1 1. .IT .s'. 111. Anna eluikb. N. Hie Dough, ily. 1 na I.ind.-tker and .Mar guerite Mellale h.ive- ret irned from a two weeks' ttip to ihe Teniie.s s ltiver. Tha party was chaperontd by -Mrs. A. It. HolT mali. .Misses XVllie V Grlllln nnd Katheryno Sullivan are visiting Put-lii-Ilay. .. To leeJo. Detroit. Cleveland. IhuTnlo and Xi.ig uin F.ills. They deiHirie-d July 2 an.l exiect the trip to last until the first of September Several St. Loulsans are spendltir; th" summer nt ihe Oakland Hotel. St Clair Spring'. Jllch. Weekly hops and cird par ties, splendid llshlng. bowling, i.nnls. etc. inuke .1 series of events tor summer davs Among thoso who have rrgistrre-d are: JItne. Hirschberg. Mr. and -Mrs. F. D. HIrschlierg. JIIjs N. Gratiot. Jlrs. H. II. Urceii. JI. S Itoblnson. Jlr. and Jlrs James G. Ilutler. .Mr. and Jlrs. A. lieeclier. James K. Dunean, Jlr and .Mrs. T. D. Killer. JIIss Kllley. William Nichols and George Ilronsun. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. J U. Follelt of Cates ave nue are receiving uongialulalioiia on Hi birth uf a son. Jliss Corlnne K. Frskine. nprnnnwnlp.1 her mother. Jlrs. Clj'de Hrskine, to Chi- i sao .... ,-uuiu ciitteii, -tiitil., CO Id gOTll all summer. Jlrs. A. L. O. Fchueler of Knnsas Cit'. Jlo.. and her two children. Arniln and Lu cille, are visiting Jlr. and Jlrs John F. Xangl.i of Xo. 4S1S Morgan stre. t, before) toing north to spend tho summer. A telegram from Monterey, Jlexlo, an nounces the birth of a son to Jlr. and Jlrs. Sidney A. Fdirchlld. formerly of St. Iauis. Jlissea Jljrgaret and Lilian Sh.iushnessey fieparted TiieMlay to sp, ml the summer at Spirit Like. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. William II Gregg and fam ily and JIIss JI ,jy c Jin' ll,wii are at Grci nbrler. White Sulphur Springs, w Va. Jliss Tlllie Jlcl-aughlin. nlth -Mrs. JIatv . Parker. Is Mitndmg a few weeks nt the Northern resorts: In Stillwater. While Pear and other lakes In .Minnesota. JIIss Gennie Stickles of Llndell boulevard is visiting the Hoffmans at Ite.l Gables, their summer home In .Massachusetts. Jlrs. J. X. Kentnor and son. Frank, of West lic-llc- place, have been summering at Jlaple Heights' Inn, Like Jllnnetonka 'Ihev- w-er,' Joined bv JIIss J, mile Ke nlno of North Ninth slr.'t this wee-k. They d. not expect to return until ecrly full. Jlr. and Jlrs C JI. Jennings of Hussell avenue departed last week tor Canada and the Northern Ickes. Sir. i:. J. liatrhUr will depart to-day f.,r a short trip to New York and other Kastc-rn cities. JIIss Aurea Alhrecht and two little sis ters. Anita niij .Madeline. urriv,s rrum kamns City. JI,,.. W'tilnesday to spend the remaining summer with the lr grandmother. Mrs. H. Koch, No. 3T"-"i Hvani avenue. Jlrs. IjouIsi W. Delcke departed yos tenia y morning with her two children to visit rel atives in .Mount Vernon and Nashville. III. Jlr. Clarence Henley Is camping with friends near Washington, Ind , ror a fort night. Jlr P. llurns nnd Hush J. Burns of St. Louis h.,ve taken rooms at th.- Hotel Li-fuv-ette. Capo Jlas", for the summer. Jlirs Ilessle Hal-ton and MI Daisy Gunn of Clifton ll'dghts departed Tuesday even itg with a partv of friends for Put-ln-Il iy w hence the-y will go by boat to Detroit There they will Join other friends ami board ft steam launch for Ilorsney Island returnirg via Niagnta Falls. A parts' composed of Jlr. and Jlrs. John JlcCartney or No. IXWA Laclede avenue JUss Jlamle Walsh of No. 57 Liclede m-el nue. and .Miss I'lrdle Noble and her brother Alfred J. Xoble. of No. "IM Walnut street' will go to Okawville. III., next Wedn, sdjy to sind a we, k. Jlr. and Jlr? C. F. Steltz of Xo. 4137 Peck street and Jir. and -Mrs. J. A. Jlels. 1 of No. i;i2 St. Lulls avenue left bust night for Winona. Jilnii., to bo gone for two v.ttks. Cut-GIass lemonade Cups, J5.W per dozen to J44W. at Jlermod & Jaccard's. Utt-ad-way and Locust. II I.I, AT sl'IMMA. SITCIAI, CORRESIVlNDITNCK. Seslalla. July 21. The ball at Liberty I'ark Hotel Wednesdas' night In honor of grad uates of Visitation Academy of St. Liuls was one of the most puccesHful ever given In Sedalia. The ball was given by Jllsses Kathryn Cassidv and Jte-rri Glass; both graduates of Visitation Academy. In honor of their guests, Jllss's Jlamle Plnneli and Ethels ne Kdson, St. Liuls; Jllsses Jlarguer tte Keckham nnd Nellie. Kenefic. Kansas City; and JIIss Kltt Novotnev-. Terre Haute. In.!. The Itece ptlon Committee was composed of Judge and .Mrs. G. F. laingan, Jlr. and Jlrs. 1;. o. Cassldy: .Mrs. W. C. Gla pf Kansas City. Jlisses Cassids'. Glass and their gue!s. Len Gold, George llischel and James Qulnn. The deciratlons of tha ballroom were elaborate, the waits heing draped In Amer Ircn beauts' roes, the red nnd white colors of Vlsltntinn Academs'. whiln tlie balconies were draped with ropes of emllax. The walls were hanked with rubber trees, potted plants and blooming flowers, while huge tubs, encased In sheathes of einllax, con tained largo cakes of Ice. In which wero frozen bouquets of cut flowers. There were In attendance a guests. The Second Regi ment Hand furnished the music, and Jlr. Ira Lntour id Se.l.ilii and JIIss Nellie Kene tle of Kansas City 1,-d the gruud march at lu o'clock. The most fashionable, designs In pulley 1., It rings mid la It el-sps. rose gold nnd c.ray iliii-h. at Jlermod & Jaccird's. Uroad tt.ij' and I.o.ust. IN ST. I.OI IS COI'.XTV. Miss fillnd.-i l.ippelmnnn of Jlaplewood Is tlatii-rcuslt ill iriiiu tvpboid malaria. G.sirge and Will Marvin of Kirk wood Kieve- a ecagiinitte party to several ot their jrienl- Thiirsd.iv. Tbev drove to the hoinM of A. S. Cl.1sb.1ugh at S.ippington and Hopped tl.er, f..r refreshments, returning liom" at a kit, hour Mrs. Kobert Adums ae,a j1(.r children of W, leter (.roves deputt this week for Jlack liaie Island The 'bating Dish Club of Webster Groves gnve a hayrack parts Thurniav evening Mr and Jlis. Frank Knight were the tha p rones -Mrs. Hrown entertainel the O. I). O. Club WVdii.-sd.iv at her borne in Webster Gloces. JIIss Helen K:nifm;.ini of Webster has re turned home, after a visit at Vilieenues. Ind WeJ.Iil.g IllVlt.ll Ilirs IV,rnv( lei form I linest woikmau-lilp and engncvlng. -M-r- iiiou ,v .laceani s. i;to.i.Iw.iy and Loeusl. at Ji:i'i-i:itsn. nrv. SfECI '. l'..!:l(ESlMMU.N,'i: .I.-iTeri-on City. Jlo . July -j: Governor and .Irs L . Stephens. ;.r-i.inj..-inl.l bs' Jlis" l.dna Gordon, depaited Thursilav for a trip of three weeks through the Hast, visiting New Vork. Washington. D C. and a num ber f the summtr re shorts Jllsses Kath.-rlne JlcIIenry nnd Anna Plrch or St. Louis and Mrs. Charles K. Lor.ai.I e.r lloouville ibp-irteil Tuesil.iv lor Sprlnglleld to attend the nrnmptn, nt. While there, they will be Hie gu,.,:s of General nnd Mrs llarv. y Clark. Jlrs James JI Selbert and daughter. Jliss Alma Seller!, expect to -tart the 1-t e,f Au gust for Char!evIo. Mich. t remain two months. Jlr' jhn n Green r, turned JI..11.I ly from a vt.ek's vlnil to htr .-I'ltr. Jlrs. Freil ISearcf. In J,-xleu. Jlo. JIIss Josephiro Shely arrived this week from Kans,s e'iiy t,, n,n i.r auiit. Jlrs. U. I-' Young. M! Jlav Atkinson of St. Louis is vi0it!n Jlls-e-s Dai-v and I., tilia JMr-lMll The Jlisst-s Jlnrshall a!-., e nlertalne for a dnv or two Jllsses Kul.y and Ltbel it. s Holds of c uao.i. JIIss- Jlary Gautt returned JIunday from a moiitb'ri visit to friends at lioonville, Ne vada and Clinton. She v.-ili go with Jlrs. Gantt the 1st or Ausitst for a month's so journ in Colorado. Mr and Jlrs. J. I lamey departed last Sunday tor I'nloii, Jlo. lo sp'n.l two weeks. Doctor ami Jlis JI. A. Ilisse and children of St Litlis and Jlrs. I. .. Victor of Col- umbli are visiting JIr I. Bodenhelmtr. Jlrs W V Cjinnbeli and children are vis iting Iloustoiila, Jlo. JIIss M.irg.ir, t Wilkinson, who his been visiting her aunt. Jlrs. T O. Towles. has returned to her home In Klrkwood. Jlrs'. L A. Watklns ard little daughter. Kathleen, of I'tchmoud. Vn.. who have- been vl-Itlng Jlrs W. K JlcrsMill, de-part.sl last week tor Cincinnati. O. Jliss Lsdia I.e returned JInnday from a two weeks" visit hi Kentucky. Jlrs. HarrI, t Slmtt departed Thursilav for Pomona, ("al.. 10 visit relatives and to re side for the the present. Judge ard Jlrs. V.'j'totir II. Iloblnson nnd family will depcrt the 1st of August for tho mountain:, ci Colorado to May for six weeks. Jlrs. W. Ii Swirsl and two sons, who have bten visiting .Mrs. I". Dun-combe for three week" have returned to their home in Van dull.i. III. MNs Alma Gass will depart earls' next mouth for lirigantlbe Heach. N J., to visit tha Samlly of Jlr. J. S. Sullivan. Mir.-,- Kate an.l Ilattle Gordon. Iltta 1st 1 Caiur ani (Sus-le Neer are contemplating a trip to South Haven. Jllch., the lirst or next lllul.tll. JIiss.-s JIabello ar.d JIlMred Stone or St. Liuis. daughters or ex-Governor Stone, who spent a tew da$s at Aururn Springe", re turned to this cits' Wedm-i-das and are gti-t: of JIIss Minnie Craftuu. Jlrs. Jennie IJlwards, State Librarian, de jsirted Weslney.lay for Lafayette Counts" to sKlid a month at her old home. The women of Grace Kpl-copal Church gave a Klondike social lu the tarlors of tli.-ir church on Wednesday evening. Theie was a I.irte attendance. The j'oung wuuieii who waited on the table represented snow Maidens. Those who found the largest Lumber of nutrgets In their claims were awarded prizes. Ice tre.im and cake was served from daintily drese.l table:. The proceeds were large, and will le used in church exj ens, a. The l.iv.-n socials given by the young wom en of the Catholic Chinch and the new church workers of the .Methodist Church wore vers- enjoj-able. At tlie former a (lance wjs given to close the evening, in St. Peter's Hall. The reetipts at both eu tertainintcts were vers" creditable. On next Thursdaj' afternoon and evening the women of the Library Association will give two c-uterialnmer.ts. the first, a pro gressive tiiehre for women from .1 to is und In the t-venlr.g a Iiuti fete. These wIlT be given at the home of Jlr. and Jlrs. II. Ii Schultz. 011 Adams street. A euchre xras given nt cr.e of the suburb an hunies In the western part of the city last Thursdus". the hostess being JIIss Km mu Incite, daughter of Judge J. 11. Dulle. The parlors and large hill were decorated with summer flowers and asparagus vines. Light games were IlaSed. The fortunate contestants were JIIss Annie Kal-er. who was awarded a Tortuc.i va". ami Jliss Rosalind Held, a picture frame. The re maining players were each p-e"-iit.'.l with a giant User Ills'. The guests were. JIls-,3 ISosallne Held and her cousin. Liretti Held of Sht-lhln.i. Annie and Florence Kaiser. Pauline Dnl'iinyer. Hilda Nltchey. Hose Nncy, Minnie Hobinson. A wedding which will be of Interest to many Jelfeisou City people occurr-sl re cently lu Chicago, the iiriot groom being the Iteveren.l Mr. Van Kirk, formerly pastor of the Christian Church of this place, and the bride JIIss Gussie Smalstlg. who spent the summer here four years ago. the guest of her sister. Jlrs. u. ji. Seward. .Mr and Jlrs. Van Kirk are connected with 11 church lu Southern California. K II. Mrnun H r Expert. Gold Spectacles J2.W up. Complicated cass a r-picialtv- 723 I-oeust at. jotks rnon ai.tox. Jlr. and Jlrs. Charles Colbert departtd Tueedav r0r Pittsburg. Pa. A party consist lag r .Mr. nnd Jlrs. Al. Henderson. Jlr. and Jlrs. A. Senium. Doctor L. JI. How man. John Ilerner and Henry Jlesers departed Tuesdas' for Salt Like nnd Jlrs. C. H. Ttohland are enter taining Mr. .mil Jlrs. Gains Paddock of St. Louis. Jlr, and Jlrs. C. F. Sparks returned Jlon day from Indianapolis. Ihe ICever.nd and Jlrs. II. K. Linborne are at 1'ort Huron. Jllch. Jlrs. Florence! Hue has returned from De catur. Jlmes. J. II. Hanna and C. B. Kohland and JIKs Agnes Hanna gave a yjchtlug party Saturday afternoon. JIIss octavla Dodgo has returned from St. Louis. Jllse? IMlth Ashlock and Lena Un'so are visiting in Hoodhoiise. The Jllsses Jllldr.-d and Jlyrtte JlcCullom ate vLsItlug In IJtehtield. JIIss -Martha Shields hu-s returned from St. Iaiuis. .Mrs. L It. JIcKlnnej- Is the guest of rela tives ot Kansas Cit'. Jlr. and Jlrs. Frank Tesson entertained Thursilav- evening In honor ot their guests, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. George IS. Tesson. Jlrs. I'leanor Hub returned from Chicago Saturday. Jlmejc. I'dward nnd Patrick ConJej' will syend the summer at Pittsburg Jlrs. Johanna Kennel returned Tuesday to Payette, O., from a visit to Jlrs. Charles Stelzel. Jlr. and Jlrs. George Pancoasi have re turned from the Last. JIIss Lottie I-aymund returned to Chicago rriday after visit.iig JIHs Klizahcth Pol lard. Jlrs. II. S. Springer is entertaining Jlrs. George Weckerman of Decatur. JIIss Sadie Lowe Is entertaining Jliss Iles sle Irwin of Sprlngtield. Jlr. ar.d Jlrs. L II. Kopp of Qulncy are guests of Jlrs. William Gcrhardt. JIIss Anna Hennlck left Tuesdaj for Den ver. Prorefsor ar.d Jlrs. L JI. Castle of Spring field are guests of relatives In I'pper Alton. JIiss Sadie Brown has returned to Carlin ville after visiting JUss Carolyn Cunning ham. Jlrs. Charles Enns has returned to Denver from u visit to Doctor W. II. Enns In Alton. JUss Mary Dodge has returned from Louis,- 'Railway Jr--..!, (Mountains and Sea Shore. SUAcMER EXCURSIONS. Tickets r.ow on sale, good returnlnr until October 21st. end to stop off at any point on the C. fc (J. It. R.. both go ing and returning. CtXYZtW DOrtRD. You ran pea pnlic- n-.o-wl i.ni..i oe.i e - as low as 7 jer wek. and at the more Write for . copy of "Summer Homes," HOTFL CHAi-lD:' RL irsj. OLn POINT COMFORT. ss. ,ir Thn 1 ...Mi An.. -.-- .... ....,1 -,.t. t K 'mZnm Ilshlrg. boating -a JSZ up. Other smaller 'in B veniiv rico tent- ticket hours at sea to honrs on the ocean to Boston, both charming trips. STOP-OVERS GIVEN ON REGFLMl LI.MITED TICK ETS to the Last at White Sulphur Springs, Hot Springs. 1-, - Washington. Baltimore and Philadelphia. Ten days at each , place. TIIC COOLEST I'.OFTE TO THE EVPT. Thro-nth Sl-eping ard Dining Cars leave St. Lulls at t: noon and reach anj- mountain resort n-tt mornlrr. and old llnt c- mfort at C Si) p. in. E. B. POPE, Western Passsnger At;ent. C. & 0. R. R.. lltU K0LR TICKET OFFICE. COR. HROAt'WAY AMI CHESTM.T. vlll-. Ky . where she was the gutst of Jlrs. Gordon Hill -Mrs Jlan.ie I.usadder of Indianapolis Is the guest of .Mrs William Hudson. .Mr. and Jlrs. Albert Ytuny are visiting In low. 1. Mr. and Jlrs. Henry Schindewedf are Ktiets of relative at Cleveland. Jlrs William Ilibbar.l I ft Jlonday fur Neit London, Conn. JII-s Bertha Oliver of Springfield has con cluded 11 vis t to Jliss Alice DrJry. Mi's .Minnie Boats n-turned Saturday frcm Des Jlolnes. la. Jlrs William Sherwood Is visiting at Franklin. O. Jlr. and -Mr--. W R. George are in Phili delplil.i. Jlr. and Jlrs. j. 1- Dutlield were visitors in Jer-evvlde last week. Jlrs T G. Emerson lias returned from Bowling Green. Jlrs 7 W. Itoenltke Is entertaining Jliss Ellen St-wart or St. IjjiiIs. Mrs. Albert Ke ndrick and grandson. Jlas ter Rutn-ey Kendrlck. of Fort Smith. Ark., are visiting at the home of Jlrs. A. A. Ken driek. in I'pper Alton. Jlr and Jits Joseph Kochler left Jlonday for Kaiitxvillc. O. Jliss Julia Garde has returned from Buf falo. Jlissps Bernic nnd JIabelle Powell have tetnrneil trum Cairo. Jlrs A. JI. Davis of St. Lo:s Is vMtlng In I'pper Alton. Jlis- Kate Schaefer has returned to Car tele. III., after visiting at the home of Doc tor and Jlrs. J. Tophorn. Jlr. end Jlrs. Randolph Snoddv- returned to Nashville. Tenn.. last week. Jlrs. A. C Waihter is visiting at Wash ington, Pa. Jlrs. Edmund Beall Is entertaining JIis Daisy Bird of Stanton. Mrs. JIatS' Reillv- has returned to San Diego. Cab. from . visit to Jlrj. A. H. Ha'tlngs- Jlr. and Jlrs. Jame.s Donneltj- are visiting In Sprlnglleld JIr-. John Howard left Wednesday for St. IV ul. JIIss Florence Xeerman Is vlsitingr at Atchison. Kas. Jlr. and Jlrs. John Leverett entertained the Honorable S. X. White of Xew York Jlonday. .Mrs. JIarv Hamilton left Tuesday for Brcoklsn, N Y. Jlrs. Georgia Hawkins has pone to Spring field to be the guest of Jlrs. Joseph Bund. JIKs Harriet dough of Carrolltcn is a visitor In Alton. JII-s Edith Brenholt Is the guest of friends In Jtrsevvllle-, Jllsses Dilsy Orr and Emma De- Bar have returned to Tavlorvllle from u visit to the Jli-sef Cook In I'pper Alton. 111-um k'sii. 1,11.1 Klizaleeth Koch returned Thursduy to Atlanta. Ga.. after visiting the Jlls-es Joestlng of Henry street. Jlhrs JI. Ii YVariiigton of St. Louis Is vis iting Jliss Anna Tuggart. Jlrs. T. W". Burns Is entertiining JIIss Minnie Winters of Carlinville at her home, on State street. JILss Obermllter has gone to Nashvire, Tei n . for a fortnight's stas'. French China Ice Cream SeU. II plates and 1 latter. p?.. to IC5 CO. at Jlermod ic Jaccard's. Broadwa- and Locust. IN KUW.tllllSVII.LK. Jlrs. W. H. Henschen of St. Louis and her sister. Jlrs. J. D. Neely of Little Rock. Aril., eiijos-ed an outing at Edwards ville this week. Jlrs. F. W. Wolf and daughter. JIIss El sie Wolf, departed on Wednesday for Nau ve.o. TheS' will remain several weeks, visit ing Jlr and Jlrs. Henry Dachroth. JIIss Trances Jlnhler will return Tuesday front Chicago, where she has been a guest for a month past of Jlrs. James T. Fuiker. Jlr. and -Mrs. II. O. Isense-e are entertain ing Jl's- Bessie Cobine of St. I-ouls. Judge and .Mrs. John O. Irwin are spend ing u wick in Carlvle with Jlrs. Irwin's parents. .Mr. and Jlrs. W. II. Nichols. Jliss Lou Chapman departeel thin week for Ape-x. Colo., to spend the remainder or tlie slimmer. Jlrs. Alice Breve. Jliss Jlltdred Breve ami JHsj wt.lce Freumund of St. Liuis were guests of .Mr. and Jlrs. JI. F. Fischer this wetk. Jlr. and Jlrs. 1-. JI. Caples entertained a companv of young people al a dancing parte in honor of Jliss Julia O'Connor of St. L.uis. wbu Is a visitor In the eltv'. -Mrs. B. R Burroughs and family lfe Thuislay night toJoln Judge Burroughs in : summer outing at Jlndl-on. Wis. Jlrs. Hy Btckelhaupt N a gu-st of Jlrs. J. D. Jlarlev In St. laiuls. Jit. ail.i Jlrs. Harry Klrkpatrtck have re ttirn.sl from a vl-lt to the latter's parents. -Mr. and Jlrs. J D. Jlanlry. at Jerseyvllle. JII-s Henrietta Bonn has returnesl to her home in Kan.is city, after visiting Ed vcariisvllle relatives. Jliss .Minnie- JlcCIure of St. Taiuls was a guest of Jlr and Jlrs. W. R. Raymond, at ljeclaire. on Thursday. Jliss Blrchle E. Kremer arrived home Thursday evening from un extended trip to Chicago. Jllsses Grac? and Daisv Gutzwiler have retumeel to Springti-ld. after a visit or sev eral weeks with JIIses Emma and Frances Gctlicr. Jliss Emma Gerber accompanied them. Tlie Jllsses Burden of I.exlng1cn, K$. departed Thursday for Alton, to join a par ty in 0 biat trip up the, river. They wll re turn to-morrow- ta comp-lte their visit at tl. home of their aunt. Jlrs. W. P. Hard shavv of St. Andrew's Row. Jlr. and Jlrs. G. It. Crane and grand daughter. JIIss I-ibel. of St. LouS avenue, relumes! Thursdas' from Canton. t.. whert th-.y iwiss.-d a mouth as guests of Doctor and Jlrs. c. s. Crane. Jliss Ltta Person of St. Iuls Is visiting Jliss France-s G. Richards In the WVst End. Jlrs. T. W". Springer Is vlsit'ng her moth er. Jits. Julia Benedict, lu St. Lulls. AT rni.I.IM-VIM.E.v J!r. and Jlrs. G W. Phelps and daughter depart this week ror Cape Cod. JI.iss. Jllsses Klberta and Bess Re.d depart this w.-e-k ror a short Kj't.-rn tour JII-s Jlargaiet Rce.I has rtturned from Wasaw. Minn. JIIss Elizabeth Kennedy of Phoenix. Ariz.. Is the guest of her grandmother. Jlrs. Reed. Jlr. ej. C Look and family depart this week for an outing at the Northern lakes and .Minneapolis. Jliss Liuni Greene Is spending the sum mer at Put-ln-Bav'. Jlr. and Jlrs. Vital Garesche and children are tin- guests of Jlrs. Brown. Jlr. F. L JIarshall und famtts are spend ing the summer at their slimmer home at Like Winona. 1ml. Jll.ss Helen Berkey departs this week for a short visit to Jturphysboro, III. Mrs. Harlow of Jacksonville. 111.. Is the guest of hr brother. Jlr. O. C. lawk. Miss Davidson of Jttssourt is the guest of her cousin, JIIss JIargaret Powell. Soelnl IJrnioerncy's First (inn. The- Social Democracy of Jlt'sourl will op-'ii Us campaign here on July 27 af Bueh lei's Hall. Taylor and Eu'ton avenues. All the candidates will be present to address the voters. woman's Nature ft usually so fall of sufferins; and danger that she looks forward to the critical hour with appro tension and dread. Mother's Fikd. by its penetrating and soothipc properties, allays nausea, nervousness and all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system that -she paves through the event safely with but little nuSertnir, as numbers bare testified and said, "it is worth its weijht In cold." It s sold by all drug gists. Boot containing ratca- fcle Information to all, mailed free, upon application to the BaaDFiEtn RiorjtAToa. Cok rtirr . Atlanta. Georgia- Chesapeake and Ohio to the ry, - Ve-s-A-t - "T -V fr 3F nn - --n.- r ev. smaller mountain resorts pretentious resortsfrom 1D. per w'eek up. containing list of resorts, hotels and prices. ..n.n -ie.. hn,ni nn fhi- Atlantic coast. Good I, J. -,-.,! .- 1 . .... ..- ---- anl bathing. Summer rates from J3 per eJaj 1 hotels and boarding-houses at cncapcrraie-. .tvn 110s i (i 111 r... St Louis to Xew York. i?22.r: St. Louis , to Boston. J-3.M: Is.th via Old Point Comfort. Norfolk acd ocean steamer. Both are good ten days and to stop off. and include meal- anil state-room berth on steamer. Twenty-two New York: Iorty-10 ir ...A rcby'K 4rf- DON'T BE AN 010 iSbbl Y0UN8 WOMAN 3&g2. No Tr.nttr Yrrr -raT. Mreaitnl or 07'7r5J taillT blwrir-il joor Loir nutj b mtf Imperial Hair 3-i. 1-5 Regenerator will r'tore it to anynatnral cnl lonj color. Alol:olr tiarntle.. En!t rcd hj- llr dicalar-lTli" atrirai Pn-faJotJt lcTi!,riimr-',"-Me. IVnnits cnrllnt r frtatCLj.irp. Actnowlsiiro-1 bcthrrorlatro-a anlartl tla'r twionnc tvr ray r H.--vhl Hair (Jaa applirslion (HPFIULC3EMlCAL.,lFti.C3..Z2V.234L,;t":wUrls. f-oM hj ll-itot'au & fir. T) N". Uroadway; WoIir-WitM'. Drs , Hai-hlnct. n a. and h st.. and jppllt'J by M. Pc-trson. SjJ N.IIrtwrI'vay. Up. r.Ti, Xe If rt-forroe1. cr rrfil: ca.?. Tuirjjr-. Cyst, sriTItFKoi s IIAIKS IVrm.i- nntly rcrRo-rt Wrlnklk l!aly and dctlord cjmji3ion crrpct-! lv n!rtm-Ma5'at; tr-at-irnt rimpl"-. rtdr.-- of the ri, fUliir out if th hair. d.inIruff. It-hinp CAlr nutckly fuzrtl t ly il lVrmtolnslaI ck. J. hrly. M. D.. rlirsician in cbarpe. l53 Cbcmtcal bid?. STAINLESS RECORD OF THE ONLY KcHIGHOL! 33 Years a Home-Maker. Talk about roas:lnt Why. my filend. ou couldn't luv me to i?o away Ta Mimmer troublra wUhtut 'fid 'fh only thins for mre is PAY, fin no form I know I saw Wt nlcM Tm-lcli-S alonn. all --Acat and dark; Trying t fcrt-ath It was a flsht IookInff lor ctol zsis fnthe pa-rk. I sked th-m to ray lHe. for fun The ery fancy nd tbem iutfr! They all iefut?d m on b one. 'CAm9 tn." I said. l:i make ycu SlirER. I hae an Ice chest loadei down Alth all K-xl tfclnep to drtnk or eat; Tit pot tli- oit hwrae In town llcNlchol'si Arctic Klnc kllU teat." il heme N on ci pur dhcht My iiras ranpe jriven no ?mok cr dust; I tt my folding tnl at nigh Out In th hrecre. for .Mep I murt. T criiV" no hid. no Journej Hast. N 5-afde Uji.rex my rrlnd; Tl'ht-n 1 rach fcona- for once at least X left my s-irrow- all behind. "l oth-r rnnt and fu3 and frrt. And trn.elline dltr-tKn sek; I fitav at hm not l-'wrd by dNt A home 1 pav for by tU w ;. Thae fellows wouldn't ave at all They alpt en tas. roc? an.l chair. They said: "You'll ? lfore the fait. No horca should be w nice as theirs." VChv hi McNlCHOIa r.uch a pull? HEt"AL12 HE MAKi;s HOMK r.EAUTIFUIj. To le qufet tak- rrf. and nJor on"s borne Is a true summer vacation. Tr it anl see. Flna Tnde Mjrk. mi. TilH ONL.Y ilcNICIIOU Market et.f t. l,nl. Mo. PS- Pallr the hot w"ilhr N not the rropr tlm tor rfdrc boat. enuurlnc nw dlcomfort. If )uu haea horn. r-t In it It you hare non, Kft enr thea-t and -a now Go off In autumn. and hrenthf r-inu air. that 1 true fun. Kery ihlns new rnd el-cant in Furniture. Ojpt". -"Uitnln-. Ktu. s1x-k!. Chim 'Ware, Lamp. Plctutf. lia.br '-1t. Carrlapp- an! Gfsirt. Willow ntwl ittise Ootd, 1'nrrli and Itwn Itnrk". -J.'tr-!. foci. 3a und OH Stm-ps; lUr.ur. lEIricratorp prandt Ice t"h!-t in the orld Kifhn ind laundry Wnr. and immense cut down of Parlor nnd Idranm FurnlPhtrcF. eerthlnr In all KradK. at all pri-?. lowr than nnyrhre Ee. Mnke n home tAt Is wari5.m "Althout It It will cot vou vrv little. CASH UK rltKUIT IW. KASY TERMS THE ONLY McNir-IIOL. STAIN'I.ES KECOKU OP ZZ YEARS! PHIL HAQUETTE SUED. Paint iiiss altiy Go to Pay for Medi cal Treatment. The Narcotism Hospital Company filed an attachment s-iit vtsterday nKainst l'hll and Sophie Ileejuette In Justice Ppauldins's ourt for !I. The suit Is on a note siven bv Haipiette and his wife for treutment of Jlr. Ilaqiiette at the plaintiffs hospital be fore his recent elepartuie for S-an Francisco. Cal. Ilaquette was for manj' years' eni;.isel In the saloon business in St. r.ouis and H now In business with his brother In San Franclco. Hiiquctte's wife did not accompany her husband to Pan Francl-co, but remained liv ing in their tl.it. at No. 1212 Cahannc avenue. It was her lrter.tlon, it is stjted. to rejoin her husband as s-oon as lie became settled lu business. Some valuable paintings were part of tlie furniture attach--d by order of the court. LOST JEWELRY ON THE FLOOR. Urokers Dropped Wat dies iu the Kxeiteineiit. Yestjrelav was an exciting dar it th Jler ch ints' Kxchamre. ard. in 'consequence, brokers were unusually careless. After the close a pcld watch, one silver watch, a cold rinir and a fine sold medal were plckeel up from the floor and turned over to Secre-tarj- Jlorcan. The rlnc was found Xo be the property of Thomas Dunn of the Western I'nion Tele graph Company, hut the two watche? antl the m-clal are still awaiting their owners. Is to love children, and no home can be completely hap py without them, jet the ordeal through which the expectant mother must rjcu mm W 9m j 1-s.sB.HkiA. k.. cHH jeS&zS ; Mothers Friend . s S JU ,'MMm0immf . ..--.