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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1902, k- V J MAY 1 cfl J OaiCAGCXILX. CONDUCTRESS OPreswlexil) of tHo MaiTS of the LaKe, CatHolic Order of 10 Cbestcet Ksoe. Orac, Iu Jlsrti 12. 1SH. I fast &c Tears Jjjsnd j?l "thiags -at ycear Wine r- Osnim. bet scrcr aIy ine-ar taar eiie3rTrt a jrsnoctv it i. rata hat Ml miec I lecaiae saJ dcUyctiifcd irhea I t oi induct 4adxraraooej2i. Uiafrxfairfy it haypraed it a. tusewisa etcjicpaaa riwoJd ase extra, TB-ecaoJicn ccsissSoos. As a eocsecjaeDOC rise hrxs&osa of Xsjbcie tiapftd and aStcttsil &nsitlitt3enfitatlfeJri3eI Bxetfoexsi tfcat it wxs rrocfc XESca aeiocs t&u I had-xstSspstodL I clSd aot seek isediol asisissos eaQ owraSKicth lad passed sad 1 iailossa. so reiitf. I Jndtsrilva tcasipi sad Trarrrs, irosaa bccVhrfw and sSaay gei2s. Tfce AseSociaiH sa- ine. KfiOngygrAtei3aaei.80caceccaamtag8ad.ia Hmeoti-ajtwi. ltZes.Ttsaeaxrea. bat: tone oc ay fertr frwpctt telttwr nor rxxu IAssis3dasrdocisca2ddea3ailtatrr'IVBfi at Carfa. 1 iciiisirsfctka sjaaseel ctcsy. I bexarae coo xaore rcg-aJar ad safetd bo mace polxs. cfcatsver. I t esq fiiae tr- fcssireds of iroaa vbo ire daily ssScrxsg as 1 4s3. ia 2o not bur? -srBch war to ixsni fcr idief . Tb tbesa I kwcU sxt: "Sap jajiw occiaa'lttlb sad Uking rsedkiao yeskaenraszcc; aEipisagt&4cctectxpaiiaeotca. yea. Half of. tbesa daat kstw icist Kally aS &eir padess. Stop -wastiiajoar atir.ib xrrfytygr Tryrr i" fVt TfWf f.-.i After jtaa hare, irstea cos bod2e "Wem Cassia jea -r31 feel to ansa better and'yce. are sbto to becsediflssaLsxaaUeracse. Ita&otpto2mix2beezpeniaattaa kswaadtalw ttjrtcrrd fee it. vsa, TOilxat regret it-" I ua glad to giro yoa taia coaaikstxd trCirnmlaX gbd to do xaj Jlftia to sor icy appre ouUsoa zed ody boot it saaybo.'eassadruasfacsispoarn&r-iigcgso,,rrrir'?rfae!pbg5Aqadfeig3etobe3ahairffa?p3a -:k- SOdrikidj-poieod zas tbO'r na off m..uahnrw that eres ai."t uaJett ssd osacssre result iacaiocatroaLle. Feu umea Bejixd Erst aasCzcal Irnqgclaritici asnocs ecogn 10 reonno irmyai attention. Oxaeu aentty frcsa littia taa tlaa mnviy Todcy. It "aoij- to Be and Usro is so pa&ctiry sa tfao treatrwrrf Ifirwrcaae bajbei ycc read -c-bal Hn. Do&ae says asd nssxrsber that tboacards at so-called "bopelsa cases .bare been, csred tniiiUrK. a-iocs troaWos giov. ir ... 1. .1' 11 I !! r it -mr i-r i- tbeso broobies to a doctor. "Wire cflH oczapWcJy cans aiae cat c tea CadaieaBbataaeaiatae-yeiragycgjcasgB and it to! bcacat ereiy case Toarhaaie. If yoar tti.mo ia ynt.oi fnrjlo tnadbles. f WINE of CARDUI Iter Sir. ErjTies' partnts, Mr. aad Mta. J. C Jrydej. C. 3". Parker, ooal traffic Taan.iR'r ef the H1I ola Ostnl. km tha cuest o! Superiateodest Cine Monday. Mrs. i. M. Scariock -rnt to Jacknn11I Skt rd&7 to speed a month with her children Mrs. P. V Tosngbloril and dxiiRnttr vlteJ la k Louis sail .East St. Loal tee first of th teelc. ftwl C Marten and trtfe ot Cedar FaBx la r Tlsltlnc Mr. Marten's tela brother. Onirics larten. It. E. Kennlorit of The Orove. car Oileaso, rrat. Sunday In this clt with his eon, Kansom. d family. Mrs. Vtb Laser hns returned trom C&re Glrar rau. after a few days' vijU irith her sliter. 'Mrs. JUlan Staudt. !Mrs, Heien Etotlar derarted Monday for Ilct rrlncB, Art. 10 remain Indefinitely for her ealtU. Mrs. Jotle Goodnow and eon of Salero arrired ues(lay for a visit with her parents, Mr. and tra. J. It Barton. E. A. Bennett of Chlcaxo, travellnir nt ot be American Express Oomiuay. isited tils rln. Elder Bennett, Friday. Mrs; Bnma Wlloa and child returned to thMr ra In rarlx. 11! . Monday, after a visit -Kith rUtrr. Mrs. Bd Patten. Mrs. Minor Mccracken and daupnter departed tednesdav for St Iculs. -wflence they co to their nnie Id ew Mexi'-a next n-ek. Mr. Clyde Seymour, formerly connected with lie civil enirlneerlce department cf the minolt vntral RaUrmd. acoosipanied by his bride, for ierlr Mies McNaman of Bmmeffbanr. Is., was tie Kttet of Mr. and Mrs Frank Bosofae Sunday. friy will ruld in New Orletns. Thrt Ttererend PVett T fhnmon and wife de- -Ti'rted yetterday morninc; for Flwa. IU whT9 Ir Tnomson Boe to icciaie at . ma- weouine-l-morror mornlnc they drart for Kanfs tHIty, b Mrs. tnomson ere as a delegate xrom Conua'i llrme Mlselonarv Pocletv. Iaiil M. Out and Mine (Itra Cra en were mar- d Katurday eenlnc; at the home of Justice laxton. ,-Tt'rted Ir Th . r li-raon if ire : 1 e Wo WATEIILOO, TL.T.. ,Mt Tannis Divers of Itock Inland. 1IU was ruest of Mrs Hard? C Vorjj Sunday. 'Miss Martha Klleznnnn. who was vlsitta; in i Lonle. has returned Mrs Philip Bremser and Jin Iials Gunt, ac- tmpanled by Mrs. E. . Kuehner and son. R- md. of Cincinnati. O . risitsd relatives and tends at Cslumbla Wednesday. Tho Reverend T Bechiold and wife cf Bcxks- llle visited friends here Monday, Mrs. Lulu Meyers of St. Louis vltMed relative fd Mends here and vu the irueit of Mr h axles Lata. Mr. and Mrs. Oiar Cramer -ot East St. Lnul' Mted friends aaa reiatlxes fero several da)- fe last week. JXra. H. J Morran and son. Boy, of Bed Bud. riled relatives here Mm D. D. Anthony of rst St. Iools, who us vlsttlrac her dauaatcr. Mrs. E. llortne, has tturaed home John Walhaus of 8C Loots spent several days fre on a visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. miry tValhaas Miss Katie Brtnimann of St. Louis Ts her on .several weeks' vielt to ber nuot. Mrsi Frol Hnkmann. Charles Bars and Ilka Lena Batz of Bed Bud ere the cneats nf Mrs. Ubnrad Col-ner. Mrs. John Mectd vtslted ftVnds and relatives : Ft. Louis. Miss Annie Zeis, danahter of Mrs Katie Zeis. Id Mr. Louis B. A'oct. son of Oerbardt Voct ere married at hleh mass In the S3 ivter nnd aura Catholic Church Tuday tnoenlnz; the everend Father.Krewett nfflclattn;. Thor'were ttended by Mu Llrzle Zeis and Miss Mamie ehn and John Zeis and I'eter Bav, Jr. The ladles of the Catholic Church will hold a r In Memorial Hall next Toeaay and Wedses- Ir for the benefit of the church Miss Xrmln B. 3lnkel -visited friends at Tleris. mt. Ma, Bandar. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brlekey of rralrie u richer -visited friends here. Mls Emma Bst and Miss Minnie Best visited lends at SU Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Iiul EticVraana. Jr visited latlves at New Pouclas. HI. William Ahem, of Litchfield visited relatives td friends here. COLLLXSVILLn, ILL. Mls Msyme Lutnashl of 5t. tmls was the lest ot Mr and Mrs. Lumashi this week. Budolph Keidinser. who was 111 In a St. Louis t'pltal fcr some time, has returned home. Mlrs Maude Matthews will drpart soon to spend V winter in St. Iiouls. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -Wlekllffe of Arknnas .v. Kas srenf Sunday with Doctor and Mrs. , L.-B. Wdsworth. Mts Cora Altmaa was, a, St. Louis virltor The jnarriats of -Miss Mary Qreene of Crl- linsviUe and Donald M MUlan ot Shadron. N'rb . took place at hlrh noun at the reetdrnce of ih bride's mother. Wednesday. Mr McMillan and fcla bride left lma:edutely for the West, where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs P. Emig ot Pasa are tresis cf Mr. and Mrs. Will Haley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greene of St Linls at tended the weddlnc ot Miss Greene and Mr Mc Millan Wednesday. The marrtsxe of Joseph IL Klrschbaum ef this city and Mlrt Clara Allenburr. of St. lou!i will take place some lime darlnc; the latter part ot thf montlu ,The engarement of Mr. Samuel Strone; of this city and Miss Guie Volknrr of Troy. III., has been announced. The weddlsc will take place in Covember Bleht Beverad B'.rhep Byan of the Alton Diocese will administer confirmation to a larre clasn at 9S. I'eter and Paul's catholic Church la this ity Sunday. November S. CHESTER, ILL. W. R. Borders cf Sparta, was In town Monday. A G. Gcrdua spent part of last week la St. Louis. J. A. Cheea et Bt. Lcma aptnt part of last week vlsltlnic friends hera Wlss Smith ot Kaskazkla was la towa Tues day. "Arthur Lay spent Monday at Mount Vernon. Jake llart visited his brother at Eta. Genevieve last Sunday. Mrs. Lydia Stewart and Mrs. Mary Hudsoa ot Duranco. Colo., spent Ssturdar and Sunday with thlr aunt. Mrs. John T. MeBrlde. tV. II, Gsrrett Is vlslllnc friends aad relatives at Vienna, 111. Max Kats spent the first of the wctk In St. Louis. R. M. Cheek of PlnckneyvIIle transacted busi ness In Chester Wednesday. E B Owen cf lTalrie du Rocber was la towa Wednesday. Doctor Georze Glister of Red Bud lilted rela tlve Sunday. Mrs. F. Geohrlnic and son. Edrar of Fmhna. Mo . are the cuests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gli ster. Mrs. Win. Ponder Is vldtlnc relatives at Spar ta and Scnullna this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knarp cf Campbell 11111 sp-nt the firt of the week with Ches'er relatives. Henry Steever went to Oulncy Tuesday to at tend a convention of the Wettern Catholic Union as a dHeeate from the l"cal ledce. Richard Bendorf cf ESIlSKrcva was a Chester vis' tor Tueeday Mrs. S. A. CroweJI 1 vUltirx her dauthter. Mrs. Georxe Pyr'i. In St lxils. Mrs. Ctnrsd Welee and Mrs. nerman Glister returned Satunlay from a l!t with relatives at Darmstadt. II! Panl Gorsuch Is spending; a f-r cars with the Red Tie rishlns Club at Saline liiver Mo Mrs John Barth of EvsarcillB spent Tuesday in this city Mrs. Wllllsm Calvert of Los Anreles. CaL. Is the iraeM of Chester rslatlrss and frlen-K. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Luken of nvnnsvllle attended the funeral ef llerrr I.uekm Tucday. Miss Kmmn Baronox-sky entertained the TCaek Cat" Thui""dy fterrKn. The Rmereon Club met at the home of Miss Alice Cole Wednesday atrrn"on. Mrs. J. M Writrht entertained a few friends TboTdsy sftemnon. Misses Msv and VIrrle BureH of Kaikaskla spe-t Sstunlay with Chester frind. Ml"s Mamie Fwk rarca down fmm Kaakaskla Saturday and vpent Sunday with -relatives XI ETnOPOLIS, 1 1 J Ed B. Phtlllos of Shawnee. Ok . arrived In the eltv Tuesdav for a month's- visit with relatives. Mrs. W. R Malcolm and chlMren ot Vance. Mt-s.. are vlsitlnc her mother Mrs. N'nale Roby. The families of P, and Thomas 1'zsle have eom lck from Paducah. after havlr.c spent the rwmrrer .. . William Ranaals anil wife have cane to Mour noue. Mo . for a vlf it with retatlvre. Doctor C. E. Trovllllon went t llarrlnbunr Wednesday to visit his brother. Doctor J. A. Trovflllon J W IIMdeman Is spendlcc the week In Madl sonvllle. Ky Mrs. Charles Hale has returned from her visit In St. Lmils Mr. Hale li vtsltlsi; at several points In the Wet. . Mrs. W F. Oolderberc of Vevay. Ird.. is -rlslt-lnrher sister. Mrs. J. 11 Cralir. of this cltr. Mrs C. L. noewlscher. who nas been thesTiest of her daughter. Mrs. R. B Tfr"raron, returned to her home In Golconda Pundy. Mls Ada Wallace of Cslro, III. Is rnen-llnc the week wilh her mother. Mrs. George Wallace. In thl cl Mr 0-cr MorHs of TMneola, Ul . 1 the miett cf '- fsmpy ef J. H. Morris. Mr J n Ce.heer who has been the truest o' her dauchter. Mrs N. A Andrn. for sc-'ral weeks returned this week to her home in Har vev r.l Mr. and Mrs. C C Roberts have returaeil from CjSSesV H & BjsaHl - I Ttar m. uC I DANDRUFF URE AND HAIR TON!C - or the Zoiict The occasional use of Cote Dandruff Cure avoids the necessity of frequen't shahtpooinff. Keeps -the scalp clean, the hair vijjorous a splendid adjunct to the Fluffy Effect now so fashionable. Be sure you get the genuine Coke Dandruff Cure- Im itations arc numerous. For sale hy all dealers. All barbers apply and recommend it. their summer vacation. Mr. Roberta has been In Europe and Mrs. Rosens has beta tiltlne nlatl-.es In Goshen. Isd. 'Miss Nannie ateaart weal to Baadaca. Ky. to vim her sister Doctor J. X. Shemwell and wife of Barlow. Ky . hate been Msltlnr friends in the city. Mrs. T. E. Cooley and son. Clarence, aro vllt inc with relatives In Grahaairtlle. Ky.. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hicks returned to Gare viiie Mnnda. after a -visit with. Doctor and Mrs. A C Baxsdale. Mrs. . T. llouts and Mrs. Anna, Peters have returned from a month's visit with relatives In. mivlnHJtl Mrs J H Jones and ehlbren departed Friday 1 f.a- I'uvkneyiilr. III. Mrs. Mary soioernaaer. iter rather, accompanied them hunts for a faw week. Mrs R. II IlurLs and dauchter have returned from their visit In Prtocettm. Ky. J. L Williams ot Ilornbeak. Tenn Is la the city itlluc Mr. and Mrs. Wash James. Harry Mi.vley and Hal Bird et ltoee Bad. I1L. 1ited in the city this week Mr-. William . Tole letlirned Thursday from a visit la Cincinnati. aiATTOOX,' II.L- itli Maud Mills has crist to Chlcato. where she has a ptssltlon as atenoavaisser Miss Anna l.ooe Is ielttoc In Danvtlle. W P. Knerr and family were vlsltlnc In In dianapolis last v.-ek. Debtor Bisht-p is nam- from a visit In Eureka Srrlnss. Ark. Ml-s Dlla Wood Is vtsittar In Braall, lad. Will Sain iu cose to New York Ctty on a business trip William. Erler and family of Terre Haute are v1ltlnK relaliws ., Th-jTliin-v.ta Oub met with Mrs. O. H Mo dule Ian w-frk. Miss Ma r-lauchter of Terre Haute ! vleltroK frlrn Is in this city. U. W. Mums Ik bt-roe frpm a visit In Hannibal. M... Mrs. G 12. l'aan of -Ssa Jeee. III.. Is a cuest of Mies lMnn Munma James Ijtle and family nf Topeka. Ka-. are lisItinE Cltr Court Clerk I.yll and family Miss Kate I.tuxnllfl ot Vsodalla is leltln: h-r brother. William I.-iuicblln Mrs. Clj.1 Bailey if Chlraxo Is vimlne her parents. Mr. and Mr. J. S Cunnlmtham. Mles Gertrude Belttec la home from a month's vieli In ChampalBn. Mr. and Mrs. Blsm Barney hxt returned to their borne In St. Louis. Mies JVarl Gllnsriie has returned home ty St. Louis after a week's visit with Miss Mildred Hlmer . Mls Nellie Coitlncham ha returned to her home in Salisbury after a visit with Ml Clatle Waiter Volkman has retumef to his home In "Mrs. Fred Lebrecht of Indianapolis is vlslMnr Mr Georre Wouds has cone to Brsltl. Ind.. to lt relatives Itlss Lucile Bullard has returned heme to De catur after lslttns Mr. nnd Mrs. G. L Mat Miss Gordon has returned from a week's vtsK with her parents in Prta. Miss Anna. Der. who was the cuet ef Miss Mary Ktirns hist -ueik. has naurnea to Terre Hanie. Misses AurelU and Stella fVbacImtan hav- re turned home to Nesitoa after lIUniC Misses Lulu and Msme Blder. ... u . The Reverend Nobothr Osborne Is altendtac; a meetlnc of the American Board of Foeenn Mis sions In Oberila. o. .. . Mr. and Mrs. J A. Reynolds have returned to their Iwroe in CWcato after a month s visit with J. L. Scott and family , Mrs. Charles Klncald and mother are raaklnc an extended vls't In Uncoln. Neb Mrs. J A- McFall entertained' Thursday rrn lne tor ber guul, Mlea May Haj-den, of Little Mimwsi cVrs ar.d Stella Stiller of Montrose are cuests of A SpHler and fmtl J A Mi ntaet: has been spendlac the week la 1 Mrsnarortor Morrl. entertain a number ot friends at card Tuesday afternoon Mrs r E. Wdeon Is lslilnc in Chamnal(-a. Miss VTossle Mri'."i of II'iomtBCinn. Ind . Is a ju-st of Mr awl Mrs. Chsrles Iv-weU. Mrs. May Ktlner Is vlsltlnc friends te Odeajw. Miss Sophs, Sttelcel 1$ ilsluns relatives la Fred Mlnter Is borne from Peru. Ind.. where te was called by the death of a uit-,u, v. Mrs Ivo Jolinsn. who has been vWtlnsr her dauchter. Mrs. Kit Smith, returned Tuesday to irnTMr-, V. L. MenVe h.vT4 fTS TIutrh!on. Kas where they had been to attend the funeral of their eon. V T. Nff an-I wife of ConnersvUIe. lpt, are cuests of I.. A Ashworth aid family. Mr and Sirs Scarf ot Ohio are also vtsltlnz; at the Asn- Mlss F-laa Mclean ! vleltlns; "?.-tools Mrs J. M. Mitchell was to Edlnhanr. Ind-. Thnrsday to attend tho funeral -of her father. William Armstronc A. L. Coultss. who ha; been the cort I.1r- tr-r and Mrs. R- J. rvuftas. has returned t his .VirclVswkJn.Uent,rtaled friers at h-r TV. ludviofIS.,nIarHes, CaU Is visitinr; relatives in this city i Announcement hjs be-n made of the ""'"J sddlor ot lll'i Lutle Kenny of ds rttv"4 Mr Arthur IKIdre f Comlns. la. The ceremony Is to tsko place N"ern-r t Friends aae a raeprfe , rty to M,';nJ2'rl David inn Wednewlav nhrht. Tbey will depart sow for their eew -fiie in lews. Mrs John Van Horn 1 vUltlrj: reUUres In rairf"arl Mrs. Harry Wrirbt are vlsltiBC In CG2rrte Currens of Kncxvllle. Tena.. Is vlsltlnc ,nMrJoWM. Frejch and XNJ??' bare been atteadlm: the nl " ' 'b.' ' Itu Federation ef Women's CJub at Champalcn this WMrt R B. Staranck Is violins- her daHShter. Mfs Dorothr. In IedUuar-il's . , . ,. Kmerv Andrews has rone to Oklahoma City on "-MrVTda'const.nt ha. returned tolber borne Iti Chlrsro after a visit with her brother, r. M. aienke. JEnSEYA'ILLK, II,U Mrs Rcbert Woodburv of MorrtsonvlUe. I1L. IsK irueii of friends to J"yrrille. .,. M-V j j Wiseman of Jerseyrtllo la eotertsin-tnc:h-?' sister. Mil? NelMe Laadon of Carta- Tm'issI Anna. Spencer of JerseyvHIe waa a visitor i&YSSS "'VK'i.,wteek:'d JC" MrV Wrakdon ttg& wata visitor In tl ruls laet 'week. . ,. MriT Julia KaVlor of Wichita. Kaa Is the tm-M of Jersevvtlle friends. ,., Mrs. L J. Schlsger has returned to St. Louis after vlsltlnr Mrs .Durnev- of J"Vvine Mies Gussle Nestler of JerseyvHIe has coae to MrsTwaltw .Osbom of Medora, HI., is the rwst ef JerseyvHIe frlnds. dlrs Julia Lcnsche of JerseyvHIe is i visitor la MrsfUrry T. Hill has sooe .c5,w,,. Miss Mae Russell has returned from Vlrcen. "klrs. Henrv Orosjean as 7,,V:atSht,TjSjJt St. Louis after an extended visit with Jerees- 1 Mrs!rTboroas Ban of Jers-yvlll- has Pe to Altuo to visit friend Mrs. Cstl Nelson of Jer rewtlle, hss roo to Granit ,Cliy Mrs. I D. Pnedefcer and Miss ISmly Ware of JerseyvHIe were vIMtcv- la t Lierls last we-k. Mrs. Clarence IX,-dsoi and Mist Mrslnja. Smith of Jerseyvlllo departed last week for a vls.t to Washtni-ton and lSMn r,,,,wA.., Mrs. J. Feear cf Fid-llty. HU was tho'Tuest of JerseyvHIe friends last sreek. Mre. Pearl lllll has sone to CVrrolUon. Ill Miss Emilr Ware l entertalnlrjr Mlw Nan W""dward of St. Louts. . Mr J S Powell Is entertalnlnc Mrs. Charles Tsck and Mrs. Marv Beatty of St Louis. Mrs. Charles SUtea of Jerscwllle l ecter talnlnc Miss Klla SJncer of iturohyehoro. Ill Mrs. Frnlerlcia. PUser and daus-nter.- Mlas Therese IlUer, have returned to St. Loess after spending; the summer In Jereyvllle. PADCCAII, ICl. Mies Allle Kelthly and Mr. Georite Card srere married Wednesday evenlnr at the reldoce of the bride In s-sith Ele-enth street. The eere nvmey was performed by the Reverend J. C: PsducaV canpler, Fnlted Daurhters of tlw Con federacy, met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. The McMcal- Club rave a meettrar Wednesday BMr" and Mrs. Horatio Marshal were married Sunday by the Reverend II. B. Duncan. After thVc?remony the couple left for Oilbrrtavllle, Ky Miss Mattie Fowlr entertained the Detphle Club ot ber home Wednesday afternoon. Mr Harry Afbertl departed Thursday for bis home In Germany Mr John 1 Wirwn and M1s Elsie Crawfonl were marrleii Wedneedav evenlnc at the Craw- '"MissAllne Baeiy. dsushter of Mr E. W. Bac ly departed for New Tork Wednesday. Several entertainments were riven In honor of Mies Baslyr Mrs J f riterhack . rave an elaSwate lucheon. with covers laid foreticht. The emler scheme was sreea and white. Those I? enVwer? ML-s llaaTyT M'-s- Kathleen IWeJJu Miss Ancl Thoroae. Mr. Kmmet Bacly. Mr. Richard "Scott and Mr. J. Henry !: , Mr. and Mrs. Lafsjette Lunb of CJInton. ta.. and a party who were h-re Ust wek on a pleasureTvwt. the Idler, which Is cwned by Mr lamli wer- rructs Mr J. B. l-me sh at t Kentucky T1iredav rlchl at the performance of Two Merrv Tramps." ,t j Frldav mcht after the performance. Mr. and Mrs Fntll'h Miss Georgia Word" or Lexlcnon and Mlsi Clara Burnett were enterialr-d with an elesan' luncheon en the Idler by Mr. and e'marrlsr- ef Mis- Partm; JL-v,- And Mr Co-nellu R'ce t Dlare eiloeeday Jjlsbt at the Tenth Street christian Church, fie Reverend William Boas pert ormtng th- eeremeny Miss Ida Grseiv and Mr J. t nderwrnd were married Thursday mornlnR. The IVelnhle Club met with Mrs Johni P. Csfotyll Toesday momlnr. , ' . The Msrsrlne aub met whb Mrs Bransfsrd asrk Wclne-lay. Dainty refreshments aero rMrL G W rtrWiel! and Nl" L-lUe Fonssc srere r-rrled Saturday ntsht at the brawn oT "vis''da I'.rtielloTi entertained "n whh of Vl-s AHt Ilssbr nreviros to her der-irtsre r-r New Yetk. where she expects to be eduswted for "M'Ii"-e Wsllersteln wltl be msrr'ed to RJ-b W R. F"nechurber of Dsvenpoit. la. Messlay nisht at Temple, Israel, i VIXrEES IND. , Mr and Mrs. J. f Coen departed Wednesday Mrs. Mary E. HIU. left Tuesday far IndltaasclU and Mount Vernon. X. T. EVAXSVIM.E, IXD. The New Century Clah met, with Mrs. John Hubbard In Upper First street Monday afteraiMn. when the stcay ot Holland was taken up. Dalaty refreshments were served after the prvenunme. The next meettne will be held with Mrs. Jcnu II. Fouler in Bedford avenue. Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Fader entertained a party of friends at their horns In Governor strset Wednesday evenlnc la honor of Miss Amena Fish ot Indians polls. Lotto was enjoyed with luncheon alterward News hss beei received here ot the marriaxe of Mies Lena Ctoby and . II. Schrveder at Unetxo. Mass. Both formerly Ilve.1 in this city air. Schrxeticr Is now rmploied with a.oneamer rlal arencv at lloeton. They Will soend their honeymoon in this eft. airs. J. W. Tum.r has Kone to Uloonuoztsn. Ind.. where she will be the cuest of Mrs. . A lleeter. Mm -I. J Nolan has -co&e to Mt. Iaulfl la Haft ber parents, air. and Mrs. PltzwIUiams. ' Mrs Itose Jazeiuan and Mrs. James Allen have mumed from Troy. Ind. Mlea Arney James Is st Henderson, Ky.. at tending the Elks' camlvaL Mrs. Ames and Mlsa James bod: have re turned from Charlotte. Vs.. where ibey spent a fottnlcht with relailves and friends Mr. and airs Alvah Johnson has cone to St. Louis to visit tbelr dsuithter and stsi. airs. W. B. Carleton nrel llttkt son. William, and Miss Carrie aiendenoatl have returned from NesrburK. Ind.. where tbey spent several dys as the meets of Miss M area ret Stacer The marriacc cf Mis. Frances Ihirtoj at Nk butc. 1ml . and Howard M. Strone of Green castle will take pisceoa the evening of Oeiotsx a at the home of the bride In N'ojburr; Mlsa Darby Is the daughter of the Reverend Doctor and airs. Darby, air. Suisse is tb. secrecasr and treasurer of the steel nocks at G-tseftMlc. Miss Sadie Coon and Herman Wolfe sere mar ried Wednesday evening at the h-mw f the' bride in Third avenue. Immedia'ely after tbe cesesaoay Mr and Mr. Wolfe departed f-r the Kssi, airs. Henry Herman entertained tt-e srwlsg cir cle Moods y aftemwn at her- borne In Walnut street. .Miss Mabel Vlckery was th hostess Monday afternoon for ber club In lnpT Second street. 3IOUEHLV. MO. The Augustan Club gave a dance. Friday even ing at Professor Goetse's cvnservTuory. John R Jennings, wile sod son. Ilosrard. re turned from Kansas Cltr Monday, after a visit to Mr. JestMnxVa sister. Mrs. Will Irwta. J. c Green spent a day or tiro in (Msmbk the last of tbe week. airs. Mary Kteea la In Clinton sffsdlne the wrek with friends and relatives. The lterrend air McCWd of Marshall, lie,, was th guest cf J. W. Ingram during- the week air W I. Rddlnga and daughter. Miss Js -phlue. are iutiBC at Clifton Hill and other points. Mis. Tyson S. Dines of Denver. Colo., and Misses orlenne an. I Julls Harris of Brussmtest were guests ot airs. Dinvs'a niece. Mrs. K. F. KeHey this ws?k. Mrs. Sarah Gear and grandson. Jb But terty. am spendlnc-tce week with Kansas City trterkU. W. A Wight and daughter. Miss Mary, were guests of Columbia friends last we-k. Mayor W. I'. Cave. Frank Clark and II. W. Estill are enjoying; a huotrcx and Oshrosr tour at Elk Ford. Mrs. i. u. Davis has returned from a two weeks' sojourn H'ril with St- Louts tri easts Charles Smith and wltr ere at fcucne, agatsr. Kfter a visit ot ten da with rrbulvea in St. laniis. Messrs. Arthur O'Keefe and Richard Hutler are attendrnp tbe National Convention ot Kniabta if Father alatliew In Kansas ity. Mrs. IJhtsner of lans is tbe guest of airs. Georse aierris. Mrs. Degloo of St. Iu!s. while en route to Incaster. Mo. visited her aunt. Mrs. Jennie Dukany. of this city. ...... atlsa Ruby Allen ot Paris and J P Maya of lllgbos wrte cuests ut Mla Graos Morrss Tussv v. Mr Francis Plowman has returned from vlashlngton. D. ". VblI absent she visited Mount Vernon and other places of Interest. Mrs. Joe P. like Is MslUng her husband la ST. Louis this week. Miss Mary Sharp, who has been vlsltlnc friend at La Ilata. relumed home Thursday. Cross Bounds and wife reached b- me Wednee dav. after a week's sojourn In Kansas City and Western points. MEXICO, MO. The 1uutuo,ua Society met at the home of Mrs. E. D. Wednesday afternoon The meeting this week will be hefcl at tb- home ef Mrs.-A. w. rish In Wuodkxsra aysnue Th Wednesday Club was entertained at the home of Mis. W. L. Heed, and papers sew roa.l by Mmes. J. A. Ulandon. D. A. McMillan and Miss P.usselL Miss JutU Ross la hoes "from a visit In bt Louis. Mrs Clarence Doell has returned to her home In LMilstaca after vfrltinc Mrs R. M White Mrs. C. A. Dast t betas from a visit Izt St. Lout. aLas Louise Salmon of Qintoa. s,bo has been the guest of Miss Mayroe ltlrketts far some time, lias goce to St. Louis to visit friends be en & t, w mnm n lmr to unir In Clinton Mmes. P P. Arnold ef'New Florence and1 Foster ot Warren ton wens la .tli'.s ctty a short time during the week. Miss Sadie Leave!! ot Fulton nill te tbe cet cf Mlsi Susie Brown next wrrk. Miss Ida Rosamond entertained at dlnnsr Sun day. The s-uests Included the following: atajar and Mrs. Allen et the atlasvari MiUtsry Acad emy, Misses Esther NorrU and Mabel llslhaway and Mr William Morris. It. It Tureraan Is home frota a, visit la Kan sas City. The Misses Karses ectertatned at reception Monday afternoon, assisted by - Mmes Ssllle Brown. John B. Graham, j. c Kmc and MUs Lurallaker. MUs Mabvl Hathaway entertajne-l tbe fellow lnc at ping-pong- Tuesday evening: Misses Esther Norrts and Maud Wallace. tXy-tcr J C Pas nuetlt, William II. Morris, Pmfcssor George A Ross and Professor I"aoc. both of Uardln Cul leae. ftn Wednesday afternoon Mra. R. M. White re rxleed about cuests at her home In South Jefferson street. Mrs Clarence Uuril ot Louisiana was tbe exest of honor, and the fallowing assist ed airs. White: Mrs. L. C. Mitchell, airs. Martha Taylor, Mrs. J. G Lake run. Mrs. F. R. Fan furd. Mrs. Charles Glendy. Mrs. F. A. Morris Mlas Julia Arnold, alias Hattle Eilmonds, ai!s Selma Barth. Mrs R E. Hlsey. Mia Ruth Lake. nsn ano .uie .uauue vvaiiace. The Alumnae Association ot Hardin Cottere en tertained the members of th senior class and the faculty ot that Institution at the birae or Mrs. J. A. Guthrie from S to S Saturday after noon. Mr. and air Joseph Brown are the cuests of their daughter la ltuntsvtl'e. Miss Madge Robertson has returned to school In Columbia after vlsltlnc her parents In this city. air. and Mrs. Walter Duncan of Warrensnurg spent several days of the week with Mr. and airs. J. F Uewcltyn In this city. P. ir. Culjen was a visitor la Hannibal daring the week. R D. Rodcets Is home from a visit la Jefferson Cltr. I Mrs. A Houston Is entettalnlnc her sister. Miss Buckner. -of Paris. ' Mies Kathryn Callaway la home from a visit to Miss Martlia Smith la Colambia. Mrs Harriet Turner Is home frem a visit In Kansas CH and lUgglntvtlle R. D. Worreil was In Jefferson City during the middle portion of the vet Doctor L O Rode has returned from a sev eral weeks' visit In Colersdoi Mrs. Rode win remain in the West for some time yet. Mrs William CVsins is entertaining her sis ter. Mlas Edith Parker, of Minneapolis. Ka. The Rever- nd and Mrs. A W Kokendofter and Miss Siule Mulr are in Omiba Neh.. attending U2V .saitucai v-unvemion ui La- t-iuiauan V.UUIC&. SL. V. ' - -S5s)sfc'7'V f tf Zr-fi i . S-S- --.-..;lsJM?. dsT" W - V " . . . saVlsr. - .'As js&g-Pmft? rfV sSEffllEr V3-J I V r- WSj-. .f y.:T r -w v ;vvV- cis Bere-ficia.Hy; ctsHrjvily'as-.-Laxak.iiycc- eS Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the well-informed and tothe healthy, because its com ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be- w--i " v:TirSs5e. cause it acts wunoutaisturDingtne natural Tunc- " vv"Si-" -&r s tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable ;,. 'w v quality or substance. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medidna virtues of Syrup o Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. " To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine manufactured by the .'.. Vw Y-sV'XTiw W-i- -.V1 -issi vii.V1, ,u-?jti K&y2rm8L warScr.viifSKjir- ... -s---wvsajfr3r, y$m&'i & -rtmxL. - i . ' .' --C-t . ZJ5. a" . L. 4? 7-.- ' '-&JC. -'.-SV :& lUFORNIAfK V-dTS? Louisville.. Ky. -'' for a!av by all. drurfrfrnta Sa.tTFra,rcisco,tC7a.l. new YorK7ri.Y. Pnc&ififtyrfcerits tacn-bottlcw GIRL RAN AWAY IN ROTHER'S CLOTHES Pretty Jlrtrr Ruddock "Was ?( lis- guised That Motherland Sister Did Not Know Her. WANTED TO BE AN ACTRESS. Rebellious Miss Found Twenty Four Hours After Disappearance by Churn, Who Persuaded Her to Return Home. DOLLY MADISON'S FRIEND IS DEAD. Mrs. Ward, Rela'ted to Three Presi dents, Knew Two Mistresses of the White nonse. $ Mr ana jut-, j. , "'7 -- ,- imh.i in -lslt rrterwla. Miss Hazel Collins Is In IndlananoHs vlsltlnr .,..- - .tt.wln She bmae sbeTr. iJU rayette Smith errterUlned with a lunch- was Stephen A. -Douclas m. J.,. In IwePf nf Miss T-nlth 1II1L h.P thai .Via irnntJI m, wbee rvarrlar- will Uke ! next week. Mr. J. IL Duesterberc Is In loilanspoHs m- Rlnr friends. , . . . , sjf William innr.mii v , ' u u I ruet nf Mil Oecrge CsrvHL air- R R- Notan and tsugh1- vt. re rt. Noian ans sugr'-r or aiarama s th. cni..ts of Mr. ard M-a W W Cassell. Captain nr.d Mrs. Jchn R. Qsllender enter tained a number of their f-inda Tuesday a.f,r ncon. it being their birthday anniversary, j . Mrs. C W Benhsm and children are itome from a visit srtth rlallvs In Newton. Bl ' Mls pansy Black of Patoka Is the guess ef Ps. Msmle Scctl. airs. Edward Townsler and Utile son. Gard ner, are heme from Clnclnnatl. aira Fopha Feedinvnd I vlsltlrr her cousin. M'es Ira Frl-a In Ten Haute. Mm ris Altsa aassiisl rlensVlasi ! eai isesw REPUBUC SPBCI AI New Tork. Oct- IS. 31m. Joeephlnc Ward, a friend of both Mrs. Dolly Madison and Mrs. Julia D. Grant, tbe wife of the Gen eral, Is dead. She passed away at the home of her daughter, Mr. Charles Avery Dore rnus. at No. O Wet Flfty-flrat gtrcet. She ivae coarly SO years old. yet until a few months ago bore no signs of tbe Infirmities of age. Her death was caused by a com plication of diseases, nnd It is thoucht that a severe shock received last July, when she fell downstairs and broke ber right Irs. nc gra voted -her maladies. Born In 1S3 of a distinguished ancestry. llr. Ward m her youth was one of the belles of Kentucky. Her maiden name was Harris. Her grandfather. General James Taylor of Newnort. Kr.. look part la the war of 111, and loaned his larce private for tune to the Government. It is said mat the uee of the funds had much to do trlth the success of the American arms. Miss Harris was reUted lo three Presidents of the I'lilted State.-!. Fhe -was a first cousin of James Madison, and General Zachary Tay lor, and distantly related to Thomas Jef ferson. Between her and the beautiful Dol ly Madison there was a warm friendship. allheuRh airs. Madison was somewhat older As a girl she was often at the heme of tbe Madlaons at MontpeHer. Her rem iniscences of the remarkable woman who wn once mistress of the White House were very Interesting, nnd her friends often aked her to recount them. Miss Harris was married In 151. to GorRr W. Ward, then a prominent cotton broker of New Orleans. Amonc those who called upon her frequently belore her marTiace was Stephen A.-Douglas iier menus tola her that she would marry either a soldier or a statesman. She replied that she would not. and she made cood her assertion by wrtldlnir a cotton broker. Among; those at the wedding was a cadet Who had been presented to her by her most Intimate school friend, a girl who had said she woulct marry a man destined to be Pres ident ot the United States. The cadet be came General Ulysses S. Grant and he married the young woman who had such confidence in his destiny. Mrs. Grant and Mm. Ward kept up their . friendship all through life. Mr. Ward le rMrtv-two years am. TdrsL I Ward's children are Mrs. Dorrmus. Mrs. I ' W W. Richards, and Miss Helen Ward of I P.EPC8IJC SPECIAL. New York. Oct. IS. Tboogh the polsce all orer town watched for a pretty girl dressed in a boy's suit of Mu scrze and a white Fedora hat, their efforts were In vain, and If It had not been for her chum. Emma Kelssr. daring; Mary Ruddock might now te haunting dramatic agencies for a chance on the stagi. alary. Who ie IT. nnd tall and 7-ll devel oped for her age. knew her p-rettlness. felt that tho stag was her career and chafed at tbe homely duties of her father's house hold at No. St2 Third avemio. So she disappeared with her brotherV Sunday clothes. When Miss Keiser heard of the runaway she set out on the search herself. Twenty four hours later she caught alary at Sixty eighth street and Lexington avenue. CUT OFT HEK HAIR. "Oh, Mary!' cried Emma, reproachfully. "How could you do It? All your beautiful hair! How did you get rid of K7" "I cut it off." aiary explained. "What do you suppose your motherll sayT -I don't care." Mary began, rebelltously. "I'm never gointr heme." "Oh. yes you are." replied Crnma. "You're going with ice right now. Come on. And Mary went. Pretty Mary, when seen at her borne, told the following story of her trip- 'I simply bad a eplcndid time. Everybody took me for a real boy. Some of thf boys I met in mr travels offered me cigarettes: ami wondered wny I did not smoke tbem. It was simply a mad prank of mine. I sim ply wanted to havo some fun. I have often wondered how I would look dresjed a boy and was determined that I would nnd out- "Another thing which induced me to drees like a boy was tbe fact that tt Is so dif ficult for a girl to get employment n-w that I thought It would be a. good scheme to get a poeltton as a boy. "I think I succeeded wonderfully in . guhvtng myself. Why. 1 even passed my mother and brother on tbe street while tbey were Id th-lr mad plight to find me. WOULD BE AN ACTRESS. "I alwavs had a desire' to be an actress, and thought perhaps I could mt some theatrirjil manager who would give me em ployment In ht company. I think Its just lovely to be a boy. It Is too bad my frh-n-l Emma met me. but I would have comet heme anj-way. because 1 didn't mean any harm. I wish my mother would allow me to continue to wear my brother's clothe until my hair grows long again, becuu-e 1 will look tiio funny Tor anything. "itr friends should nnt think my actions diw to reading novels. They were not. Dur ing my afternoon walk I met many police men with whom I talked, some of them re marked what a pretty boy I was. othert teemed suspicious, but none questioned rie "I could not bsve remained mtav frim home much longer unless I got employment because my funds were beginning to give out." M. SANTOS-DDMONT IS NO 1" DETERRED. Dpspiie De Bradsky Accident Ur Will Make Another Flight in Two Weeks' Time. OUR 1903 ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Is just off the press, it contains nearly X0 up-to- tic-hour designs, with prices of Perforated -SllPiillv?- VIlrfik Pattern, stamped and nnxtamped Art Fabric, Corticelll and B. A Silk and other Art Needle work supplies. XTSFRXEI WRITE FOR FT. THE M. J. CUNNVtG CO, 880 Rita SL, CJaelssatJ, 0, DESTROY ESPRIT DE CORPS. Paris. Oct. 13 31. Santos-Dumont I, far from, happy. He is affected by the terrible accident to M. de HraUsky, and Is further j French. Officer Deplores Marriages in Army. SPECIAL BV CABLE TO THE NEW TOItK HERALD AND THE ST. LOC1S REPUBLIC Paris. Oct. 13 Copyright. lOOivfA well known oKlcer ot General Andre's entourage. sends a letter to the Paris press) on the subject of the marriage of officers Jn the French army. , Allusions to the speech in J-ondin of Brigadier General Young, i.i annoyed that certain newspapers Mar J which he spoke highly of the measure fcr called attention to the airship trials and de manded their suppression. , When, seen at bis hotel tbe plucky little Brazilian said: "I consider It absurd hat on aecount of the experiments cf two alnvst inexperienced men it check should bf put to the prtxres of such a glorious al In teresting science as the conquest of thu air by navigable balloons. "This latest fearful catastrophe was due to the fact that the wires upholding tbe car did not act In unison, the fault being; that Instead .if being geometrically meas ured, they were cut in lengths and at the last moment placed anyhow' ahd anywhere without any fixed scientific Idea. I do not think the weakness of piano cord .-houhi enter Into the question. Had they wurxeo together tho unfortunate aeronaut w-duld have landed safrl). "Rven had a safe lending been acrom pllsbol. I do net think the experiment would have taught aeronauts anything of value, as De Bradskys balloon was simply pushed about by the wind and turned upon Its axis. "At the time I predicted that Seveiro's weak point was the possibility of fire, which, in fact, happened. As regards De Bradsky. I tout mm, ami aiso warr.ni at. i,acnamorr. : t-nrmees." ii together with all those prcsejit at Vaugirard. 1 . vJ,Vean that 'I feared very much for the safety ef m olrmB the connection Between tno oanoon and tnt idddintr officers In the German army to marry until the rank of Captain Is reached. The writer sajs that young offlcerie In th French army now And In married life the rolaro which the regimental entertainment formerly supplied, but theso latter-day mar riages, he adds, have done much to destroy thf army's .-sprit de corps. The Grrroun plan i about to be adopted 'bv the French mllttars authorities. I hear, and tlnvral Andre is about to Introduce a bill leglsterlng promotion, so as to place it beyond political influences. car. "Neither of these accidents will, however. d tt-r ma from making a further attempt In two or three weeks' time, providing the weather is propitious. I hope to start fr ire the same placo as Sewro and De Bradsky and descend at a place f- lie flxM bef -n-hand somewhere In tbe ranltal." Aaah!nittun County, Illinois, Meetings I' SPECIAL Nashviile. ill . Oct. IS. The Washington Cunty Domestic Science Society will con vene in thU city Wednesday. October Si ard an interesting session Is. promised. Thr Washington County Teachers' Assocla;i u will convene in the High School building in thhs city Saturday, October 25. for an im portant deliberation. Professor Jesse T. Glbbu ot OkawVille. Superintendent of Pub lic instruction, win preside. The annua, convention of the Washington Coun'v Institute will be held In this dry r. ClarL-avllle EIU' Street Carnival. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Clarksville. Tenn.. Oct. IS. The ClarS ville TJIks will have a street carnival a-il fair here, beginning November J, and con tinuing through the week. The shows w'll be given by the Robinson Carnival Company wi'h a fine aggregation of attractions. "f fh COLD OUST twins to your work." fw -23 IUS ro a. Why break your back to keep your floors clean ? GOLD DUSf will do the work twice as well, in half the time, at half the cost. IFs the modern cleaning substitute for soap. A household without GOLD DUST is almost as badly off as a ship without a rudder. For your own sake try GOLD DUST in cleaning. You'll never again be without it ' N Made only by THE N. K. FATRBANK G0MPANY. ChJcasa New York, Boston, St Lota Makers cf OVAL FAIRY SOAP. and David u. warn ot i-niiacci P , t Jf . lAfeafci paw-easf.,-! rssSw sSjaasVausaafSnsVsa - i&8ik &),f.imm l' sSBrslsVssSstsxItsasatiBTasw eU In IndlsnsnoUe. thla cUj, Mrs. Belle Cue, who tu been tie rent o POla.