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THE ST. LOUIS EEPUBLIG: SUNDAY. 1IAKCE SU2fD2f,
!k I i NOTES ABOUT SOCIETY ZV NEIGHBORING CITIES. LonsiAXA, mo. C B. Dustls cf , fcT4. ex Hia. HL. visited J Q HJtirt visited his sour. Mrs. G W. McToffr t Hadley. in. Walter Barber rf Osceola. la.. Is vlsitlr-r his partus here. IV N aoott ef Sp-in-rceld. Mo.. 5a -risltirr his lathe. A J. Scott N" Bearer of EJb-rry visited Louisiana --natives J y Moss cf G12U . Ma. visited reia-ires ter this wee. Robert O. Urban ard Paul Ylnyard of St. Ie-tris are visl-Jr-ir E. Urban and wife The Lotus Crab gave iu last dance of the sea-n ax Lotus Kail Friday eveuin- Me-srs. Charles J Chapman. B. w. Fry nd A C Canst vere vis-tors at Kansas City this The Cosmos Cub Tras entertained Thu-sday nichr by Misses Erie S-ambauxh and Nellie McMartry at th home of w a aml-h. A same cf r--cx.res.lv- hearts was the main featu-e ef the eve-uug. ia whlh the prizes were won by Misses Mazri- Gu-. Pearl Patlerse-. Ethel P-obtasou and More- Bry-Ku. Del-dcius xeireh-le-nts w-re also se-veI Mrs Thomas Icas .s heme frcm a visit at O-rr-rriUe Mr and Mr C J McCUne o: EoUa were -ruests of Lou-x-ara relatives. Miss Flo-sie hll-inau of Carksvi"Ie visited fri-nds he-e M.ss Carre R-idw-J cf Kansas City is vlsit lur her aunt. Mrs iv. J H.edy ft. K. Crcoil -n returned TaeIar from a visit at Htutre. Tex. Misa Isabel I -y cf St, LoUs Is the cuest Gf Mr aad Mi Ld Stadl-y Miss Minaret Dunphv is vWtiur mends 1 Chicane. Mr and Mrs- W T Patton visited relatives h-re this vt Mr and Mrs E, E. Brown and M'rs Lena R-s or cxr-rvtl.e visited here. JugIx J A. Mackley and dxus-hter. Miss Jar-te, of Clarksvvle vusted friends h-re Mrs. L. 7 Baxter -n-.ied relatives at Hood home 111. Doctor W. TV Gay and wilt of P-nckr-ori vts-i-ed here Mrs Fred Smith viiited relatives in St. Lculs. Mrs Tilda Brum cf St. Louis visited Mrs. Jake Fcgai here Mrs. t-ed Caus enjoyed a vist from her fatcer. J-h2 Blrbridge cf J-eNj. lit, thj wek- Mrs. " R. Xaix departed Thursday for Bui City. Idaho, to Join her h-shasd. Mr H. I. Danfortn and children of Iniixn Territorj lslted reiatives here last wee. Mr and Mrs. C HarK-r W G Cate. C. M WIMarrs ani Mis' Mat-el and lionise Mc "ariand of BowU-s o-tert were tne cuesta cl trted in this citv Mr and Mrs John Ker and little danrhter e't bturday nisht for their home at 5an Fran co caL. after a pleasant tT wis visit with his -elaxiv and fneids in this tdnlty Mrsi W B fawell a' ica:n? lit vrui ss been vultitLr; r-Jitives fcr seseral weeis. re- I tomed to ier home Sunday ih was acccm- . OilM fiiton. I Obtain John Gunn. Mrs BeLe Stfflmaa. Mrs I 1 H"er. Mis- Pearl Mcrse and M. A. Gnnn of St. Ivsxs came up last weelt to vis.t Jodre "VI Gunn Doctor J W c--wdso2 spent several days last T-k with his mother and famfiv at AuhaiB. Ky and was actxm;amed heme Satnrday by Mrs Cr-wdsofi anj ilaue-hter. fl&- fiuvrt y, ho had been there on a Isit for several weeks CIRDONDILE, ILL. Mrs J J Osrvin cf Fulton. Ky. was the a. est of f-lends last week and Is now visions at Hammond. La. Mrs A F ncel of Duquctn -rtsited the Ptev-r-nd and Mrs. u E. McCammoa. Mmes W w Barr and Hlrara .'Klllsoa vis ited briefly In at. Lou-s Mrs Dan vnde-son of MurphysbcrQ visited friends and relatives In this cat Mrs Joseph P Roberts is th- guest ef friends In Cairo Mrs M Omens cf Chester viit-d last week with the fa -a' y cf W S. Hill. Mrs W alter FnedLne spent part of last weejc with friends and re-iatlvee In D- Soto. Mrs E- V E .bb is en an extended visit with frtenls at Denver and othr poinu la Colorado Mrs Thomas Siotiar of Her-la was the guest c Mrs E. T Ste-le and Mrs Iaac Hammer Mrs J Frank Mackev after sp-ndlng several Jas visaing friends and relatives in this city, has -etcmed to N-w Grand tv accom panied by her sisters. Misses Mlnm- and Hazel fBUUL Mrs P. C Milner enteruined a party of friends at luncheon !a honor of Miss Leoti Keesee, director cf music of the State Xcrmal laiversiry. Tt table was b-autlfullr deco rated with pink carnations smiiax aad f-ms. Tke rujeets present, were Misses Eva Bryd-n. Mabel Peters. Hattie Bowyer. Wlnm- Harker. Helen Per-rs, Angie Lawrence and Mrs. Mar garet Parkinson. The feature th- party was xif announcement of the betrotnai of Mls Kee-s-esnd Robe-t P Munger assistant cashier of to Iltinoia state Trust Company cf East Si Louis. Mr aod Mrs. John L. Kimrnel cf nna were gjests of friends ta this city last week. Mjs Helen Wlnte-3 vlsit-d relatlvea aad frtends In Ducooia last w-ek. Mrs M E Ward is the gu-st cf Brookpcrt friends Mrs W E H yt vlsitec! Cobda rtUtrres aad friends last week Mrs F S. Powers, who has been the guest- ef Miss Lolie Goodby and Mrs. M. A. Ford, has r-Tmd to Xndi&uapolla, Ind. Mrs Anna Bullock, at the home cf Mr aad Mrs. Isaac Rapp, emeruirjed sr party of friends at a Japanese encfartt party ln.hoaor of Mrs. Lorra b Kapp The-cecoraticna and the prizes ctr-r-el "srerei Japanese The guests present were Mr tand Mrs. J J Winters. Mr and Mrs. 1 i-- ram w ills, n ilr and Mra. J D Peters, l-rofecr and Mrs C E. Allen. Mr. and Mra. i- B Elkhart. Mmes. Bertha. Barr Keesee. O. lrtwur and W w . Barr. Miss3 TUUe Salter Mabel Pe-sjrs. In-2 HaUenb-nrer. Eva Brydea and W inn." Harker Messrs. E. K. Porter. F. M. Hewitt. O A Hsrker. Jr . Frank Clemens. a B. Edwards. E E. MitchelL J K. Bryden, George w Nlcaois and Doctor A. G Itrrdy EVV-SSVIXLE, IXD. 1b ir-ripllmect to Miss Marioa Lowe of Eos-tfn- Mp" Miss Lola Stevensca entertam-d a few o' he- girl friends at aa Infcrmal "aiter r"Ti ' Tu-sday at her home ia South First etr-tt Th- engag-m-nt i announced of Miss Blanch McElhinnv and Mr John C sterhan. Jr . the marriage to take place early In April. The -i-iKraj m la&e piac ai tne resiacuce C tue parents cf the brice-eiect. la hencr of Mrs. W ill Tcpf of Marshalltcwn. Is- who is visiting la the city. Ml. Otto Durro, Jr entertained her Taroo Club and a f-w additional gaesta Tuesday afternoon at her bom- la Division ttreet. Miss Era Knarp entertatn-d her clab at cards Tuesday afternoon at her home ia Grant street. Mis Cora Gocke entertained h-r club Tues dav aft-moca at her home in Franklin street. Miss Gerl-ude Bl-rbrodl entertained her s-w-lng club Monday evening at h-r home in Main s'r t. The members of the dab are- Misses Gertrude Blerbrodt. Bertha Bow. Eclth Gor don. Lula Daura. Helen ReuUlnger. Grace AI-exaade-. Addle Roller and Carrie Klrres. Ia henor of her birthday. Mlas TUlle Grund nta was very pleasaatiy surprised Monday evening by the members ef h-r club, the F. L. P Pi was played, the prtx- being won by the hostess, after which a Dutch lunch was served la the dining-room. Th decorations w-re la red and green, the club colors, the favors being pinned by Miss Julia. Gruadmaa. a-verai cf tne most Intimate fri-nds cf Miss TJrrte Rafger surprised her at her heme oa Rural Rome N'o- Z. Sunday, in honcr of her aft nth blthday. the hours being f-ora I ts 5 ia the aft-rnoca. Thos- prent were Misses fB-tuma Boake. Liixl- Rueger. Emma Hartlg, Fr-iela Hartlg. Lclu Booke, Lena Itueg-r. Myrtl- Faruuhar Lola Kraft. Anna Kraft and Matilda Xlehaua. The engagement is aanojnced cf Mis Reaa Del Collls to Mr Frank Joseph Barger cf 1-etersbcrgX the wedding to take place April The An League enjoyed aa exceptionally pleasant rne-tthg Monday afternoon a the ruests of Mrs. H. F. Lindley at her hem- In Chandler avenue A sketch of the Barbazcn achoel cf Painting was given by Miss Evange line Maler. with lntere-tlng readings from Hartman'a History of American Art. by Mrs II P. Comlck. Miss Anna Woods and Mrs. G-crge Upehurca. VICENES, IXD. Mr. and Mrs MCtcn P Che- ar- making ar rangements to entertain th-Ir friends April the occasion belmr th-tr fifty-seventh wed ding arnr.ersary Mr James Williams and Miss Olive Rariden were married by the Reverend J B. Miller Miss Mayme Simpson has returned from a visit with relatives at BrucevUle. Miss Rosa Reiahardt. guest of Mrs. W. C Blerhaas. has returned to Evaus-rille. Mr. aad jJrs- R- S. Winsiandler- cf Mlnneap oris are guests of. Mrs. Jona R. weathers. Mrs. Frank Standrlcg cf Grayvlll was the guest- of Mrs- Retrt-Ch Sandrtne this week. Ferdinand Duesterberg. who has been visitlns his parents. Mr and Mrs. H. B. Duesterberg. Sr. returned yesterday to Beaumont. Tex. Mr and Mrs. Brandon Clarke are expected. hornet Sunday from New Orleans. Mrs. Peter Ducy and Mrs. .Margaret iioJlln of Hartfc-rt City ar- visiting friends here. Miss Jeaanette Smith cf Chester. Pa., is the g uet of her careata. Mr- and Mrs. Edward H- Smith. JEFFEHSO.T C1TT, 3IO. Mr II. C. Wells ef Centralis spent a few cava here with her sun. Mr James H- Wells, before his departure Wednesday tor California. Mr Slppey of Chimecthe is visiting: her sis ter. Mrs. J- a WIUls. Mrs. Rebecca Hughes of Kansas City Is visit lnsr her alere. Mrs. W A Danraeyer. Miss XEa Mccarty returned Sunday from, a week's visit la St. Louis. Judge James D. Ttx cf tie Supreme Court aad daughter, Miss Louise, departed Wednes day SW Fredericktown for a week's viwt. Mrs. Charles P. Hough, after a tea days visit la St. Louis, has returaed home. Mr and Mrs. Thomas S Rogers of at. Lculs epent a few days with the former's .nether. Mrs. C S. Rosrers. early In the week. Mr- Susie Buckner and daughter. Mary, of Fulton, speat Sunday with the former's slater. i-s Sam B Cook. Mrs. I Bdenhelmer returned Tu-sdny alght flora a pleasant visit to her -daughters is Saa Antonio. Tex. She was accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. asm Wallach. who will spend ecveral weeks with her mother, sister la Co-lur-cia aad relatives la St. Louts. ITS. John E. iteedeker of Sdalia spent a few days .here during the week, looking for a house. Mr. and Mrs. Snedeker will coca make this city the'.r home. M-. and Mrs. Frank Rode-aaa leave this week fcr Sedalia to reside. Mr Rodeman havingr secured employment in that city Miss Sailor of Malta Bend spent Wednesdsy with her cousin. Mrs. J W. HerketX. Messrs Henry Hobbs of Kansas City and ileorc W Hobbs of St. Louis we-e csCed here during the week by the serious Illness cf their Mrs Christopher Anderson of Clinoru wrt has been visiting h-r si'ter. Mrs. James B. Gantr. has reta-ned heme Urs. Perry F Ffkervra (see Miss Kate Vcuruo and sister. Miss Daisy, of St. Jos-r. ctaitgbters cf the late Senator WaU-r Tcung. end Hr. Tours- were la the city last week th- Eutsta of Mrs. J F Heinr'chs. Mrs. da Knanp cf HixrlnaUli- visited the Mlses Knanp In Jacksca place last week. Mls Frieda Kranj was ocstess Friday cf thd Galaxy CiJb Only th memtrs were present- Pretty little ooenirs work cf the host ess, wer presented each jruest. Mrs. mz B. Cook has rercraed frc-a a month's delixhtfs! sojourn in the Sonth. virit ln her par-nts at Dkphn. AU., Mrs. Cass'us Cay. at he- j;laztt'on near Botlvar, Miss., and astendUns the Mardl Gras at New Orleans Master Theodore Brac entertained his yotmj friend last Saturday from ; to . at the home of his parents. Mr and Mr" Paul B-ac. the occasion teinir the anui-v rsary of his birth. Major and Mrs. T O Tols are entertaining: their sister. Mrs T wies of Chicago The E2bM Cf tfci GiIiit rrj. T!irdAV with Mr- II Rummell. PrcgresslTe six hand I eichr9 was pUved. The Touns; Ijuiles" Guild cf the PresbTterlaa (Church save a musical- Friady evenir at the home of Judge and Mrs w 1L Rotlnn. Many of the best musicians of the city pirti-1- I Sllsses Daisy anl Let'tia Marshall entertained I Friday evening at cards ccmpin-ntary to the Jti"- .ei- anc inij r-e p-w- to their de parture far t Loc-s The evening was tnot enjoyable, nnd th cesu numbered hou: twen ty. Mrs. Feri Dallm-ver retum-d Tuesday from a three weeks' visit to her ater. Mrs Clara Vrocman. in ah Loc Mrs E. C Ewlns arrived last wek front Kansas city and is visltinj; her daughter. Mrs W A Dallm-yer Mr and M-s. W DaUrneyer left Tuesday for Parts. Mo to at'-nd tne weddlnc of Miss Frances Bucfcn-r who was one of the attend ants at then- own wedding Doctor Warwick Winston and family of Shanghai, ihlna. sail April 9 fcr this country -Ira. Winston and childr-n will vis't la Cali fornia and Ltah before comma- h-re, but the doc.-r wd! come on almost Immediately to see his mother Mrs S F W inston. and family A genuine surpn party was giTea Friday evening tv Mrs. Brandenbe-ger to her da.ghter. Miss Adelaide. It belne her sixteenth b'rtnday There were sixteen friends mvtt-d. The parlors wer pr-ttiU dci.ra'ed in cut Sowers and the dining room a bower cf sp-iuc bloesms The table, with s lace cover over s-eea sama. was particaiarlv ialnry The club to which Mis Adelaide iiiin oi beiongs p- nted her with a prett jl set in pearis. Mrs Erandenberg-j was assisted In eutertainlu the joung people by Mmes. Will Rommell. Fred C Binder and Miss Lavinia War- Ancther pretty function of the week was aa e-aiug dinner given by the Misses Mariann ani Came Davison, compllm-ntary to the Misses .eUe and Lulu See before their de parture for St. Louis to reside Cov-rs were laid for ten, The guests being voung Iadi. the- decorations were red and c-e-n. and tne place cards wer- tn hearts, en wh.ch were wrttcn the nam-s of books, each name begin ning with the Initials of the guest who was to be seated thee IB thi wnv- fh- vmir'r ! T-. fxund their piaces. The guetts were the Mlss-s Helen MsrTi. Louise Fox. Bertha Fr-jenckson. Ro-le ReliOJalsy and Letllla Marshall. After dinn delightful music was enjoy-d. Ml" Car rle piayins s-veral selections oa th- violin and Miss Fox siging SPRINGFIELD, MO. Mrs. A J Davidson ecterta.nd with an el--gant card party at the Met-op-Htan Hotel yes terday corapUmentarv to her guet, Mrs. Con way cf Dallas, Tex Those prer-ent were Mmes. Frank Fellows of N Tcrk city W-l-ter Le Favcr George Hancock W ocdrufi WU Uam Relnho- Henry Eaten. Kan Eaton. Arch Diggins. H. W Dirgm. Ovrar H-adl-y, Ed Sttnebreaker T J Dlanev Cnaril- Hodand. Ivan Link. A Q CamptlL A c Kilham. Ed Sanford. Will Massev Frank Massey B U J?"5. ilcLain Jcne Emma A ChamMiss. G-orge Coor- Je ahep pard. Emest McAfee. J & Beaciu Mr Karl G-ay Kramer. H. B. McDanlei. H. C Mcsher. Misses Jos-pain- Au mouth. Case of Ferguson. Mo Kathenne Hol trock. Eleancr Holb-ook and Annie bbctt. gtc?MrT EI'Mann" ta tte llrs Conway and Uttie daughter of Dallas. Tex., a-e the guests cf Mrs A. J Davidson Mrs J L. Moore of Paimyra, Mo . is the guest Of Mrs. J Will Ha.l1 . Mrs , . H Mansf!d ha, retum-4 to h-r nme la Kansas City after a visit with friends cere Miss Lida Robberson will entertain informally Saturday afternoon la honcr ef Mrs. Tern John sonof Joplin. Thcs- present were. Mmes Jchn f"TteSton. Charles ifolland. Tcm Johnson and Misses Eleano- Crawford and Eleanor Cas- cf-.'- J Rs entertained with a lan-h-on Thursday in henor of Mrs J T Miller The present were- Mmes. Mler. C. J Free C H Hattea and Mitchell. ' " The Hcpeweiis met with MSe Sylvia Anthony ngiy afierraxn. Those present were Mmes. Ney Patterson. Harry Coweli. and Miss-r Dot Leavitt. Harriet Keilard. Georgi- Jnuth Nell atella Means, cra Skinner. Mary Brian. Neii Koss aad Paulin- Lynch. -orya-. .-.ell rtiSavV, Jiw? "5J?I. & Jean Miller .fA'.Sl.SL-r-. C McBride. H. rsSl der. and Misses Jean"MIUer, Maggie Sver yiv" abeth Dyer and EieaaeTcraw? "- E'11- toS Louis. V2CV retOTed fislt Sliss stidte Fisher entertained lnformallv Friday evening la compdmect JuSTviS. Bowers. At the elos- cf the evenlnFadaln l3 atxral to Miss-. CarachwlSe Ida. Bowers. Jtaale WalkerrtornelT: ide. Gertrude Melvln. Stadle Fisher SZ"?- falter CBaser. P.ex Singleton. Harr pupple. George Badgley. Ross R.ken7 andS SS.ZPt "rrSfer Brewa entertam-d the 'dar.ichre aub at her home Jfo 01 Mount Vernon str-et. at which the following personswere present Mm-s Midileton. Tow?-. and Bradie''3'"- DaI5t- Ketertson, Hixon Miss Jessie Cook entertained Monday even Inr complimentary to Miss ;Sl LongT -Ii Mann has r-tumed from Gre-n- . ?,. ?'?ter children have r-tumed from a. vslt to her parents. Mr and Mrs. BentcnTon their plantation n-ar Lak- Provld-nce iiu taineu 0 an-DSSr:jan,AeiIr &&& Miss LlllUa Mnrray has departed fcr her borne la Well'ngton, O -.. Mrs. Pope Meyf-s entertained Friday after- rJ1!?-?" 9 BS,ra ent tained ti- G R. S g- Tturtday Those present w-re Mrs J C Braum. Mrs H B. B-ubaker Mra B. s StT ilr?" wvr0 . M", J Deltermaa: m rSLe Hro- ,?Ir5-Ja Haldeman. St.G1K51 s,nr3- il-s Geonre Toung. M eiub will meet with Mr- Gos Marx Tuesday Kirsas aty1 Hancock has returned frera 1Y HeT and tittl- son are home from a visit to friends In T-xas. ,-"'a?,.tl'rr "" b-r icme In Aurora, T. Davis " "-' wita air aad Mrs. M. xSTrSSL 'STLSSf .TrLi"? with M- aad Mr, Herrnan RoSt-ee?' Ires.dent and Mrs. Homer T Full-r ente--SSt?.'"2 . ""?au Monday evening in Dfy'ccnege0 " tatnU '"& ' lasses IJplaa Harris and May S-eer enter uined with a party Tuiay evening ThSe VrVCroip Beatrice- Dennis Grac- Peltz. Miss Majors. Florence Derm's Magi Mile? Ro4 Harris May Sper. Mrt C""" Mrs Sextcn Mra Harris, with Mess- Hal Gray, wia Jon-s. H-nT Colgrove Ha-vey icXav ?I-,B-"u- Dave Philip.. Dg ChmnT D?t rJ5'fQ'L. Bea iteCTanlhan. HenysmiS. Co-d Woodrome Wesley Smith. OiIe Vaa and'MrFHarr!,Crr,J, H"Ty Grlr' W r Mrs L M. Thiele and diunhter Mls Agnes. have returned from at. Louis -ses. Mrs A K Campbell of D-, Molne. Ia. Is Jhe Ladies Auxiliary to the Ord-r cf Rail way Conductor, were entertained WM-edaT aft-mcon at dinch by Mrs T. W COIernT Mrs. J. II BaUey and Mrs J L. Ch kf arthi home of Mrs i w CbleTr.nTTho.- pw-t wre" frs Schuller, Mrs MeCUln. Mr. Tft. J-rx. fatsos. Mrs. D Dllla-1. MrsT CtlUnsT Mrs. Shooic. lire Em-ry. iS EniotxT Jars." -ce.Jl Johns. Mrs. House. Mrs S-ne TiTr ; ,'j?,tEsr.."Js."u.-.?- Mrs. C. V Gallazher. Mr arid vrVr ex and Vm c snyde-. Mr T V Col-man. Baliey and Miss Ethel Col-man. Coltnan. Miss Zallli p-ujrc.vn, kv. t TtHI,raii? S5 srtaln-d Thurs day by Mrs. Joha P. Caranbell. "- ta .hmSSs F?? tfro-d lavftatlens to a chndren's fancy dress ball, which she will give April fc at tre K. p Han. In honoTof her daughter Miss Helen McNier PoweUind iZn Master G-cree Turner PowelL The W-dnesdarr Afternoon Card Club was entertained by Mrs David LevjT -AS'-,,131 "ub met Friday aftemoca with Mrs. Frank Kerchcff. Jr. Mrs. Robert B. Phillips entertained tie Delphi- dab Thursday morclnir. The marriage of Miss .Mabel Rake to Jchn W Scott la aancaac-d to take place W"dne.day Acril C. at 5 o'clock in the aftenwm, at the First Presbyterian Church. Mis. Rake is aa crdr daughter of Mrs. May Blossom Bake, and ef the late Charles Ruke. The marnare cf Miss Geraldln- roders of this city, and Charles James cf Evaasvllle. Ind.. at th Fir Presbyterian Church. Wedn-s, dav aflemeoa was ens ef the most elaborat weddings. which has taken place. In Paducah Irr som tlm- The bride wore a gown of. white rntnt d exrrit. over chiffrn and taftetta. silk. The maid of honor and bridesmaid., wore pink -rtifTm gowns. Dolly Varden hats cf p'uk chif fon and carried olnk muff. Miss Ell Saund ers, ancther sist-r aad Miss Ocia Euders. a eocstn. were irid maids. The groomsmen were: Walter E. Blxbv ef Edwardsville. Law rence E. Sprlrs ef Owensbcro. and Dick Rudy cf this ctr The ushers- were: Messrs. Rudy Cus Saunders and Maurice Nash, all ef this city After the cer-mony the bridal pa-ty was entertained at the house cf the bride's parents. Judge and Mr. David L. Saunders. The couple went South en a wedding trip. leav ing immediately after the ceremony Th-y will be at heme in Evsasville. at St. George Hotel bv Mav L The oot-of-lowa ruests were Mrs Elizabeth James Princeton. lid.; Mrs. George Conant. Evan-vllle. ind.. Miss Alice Fahey. St. Louis. Messrs. William Andr-sr-. St. Louis: Louis Hassrnaa. Chicago. R. T F. Mathews. Louisville Walter Blxfcy. Evansvllle William Euders. t. Louis, and John KIger cf Win chester Va. WATERLOO, IU. Mrs. Margaret Hermann spent the last week with her daughter. Mrs. John Zimmer. at St. Mrs. George Maus entertained friends Sunday in honor of her birthday anniversary. -r". T'lFt ot 9"Hbla. fit, -rtsited Ml.s Lulu acharfenherg here. Mr- Adalph c Rexrcth of Hecker. IU.. was the ru-et Mondav of Mrs. George Stapo of No. OS North Mala st-eet. Mr. and Mra. Joseph L. Domer departed Tuesday fcr Buffalo. X Y where they wBl reside in future Alexander Hermann departed for Chicago. III. Miss Alice Burke of East St. Louis visited her sister. Mrs. Joseph Ganen. Mlas Josephine Welnhof haa returned from St. Louia Mrs. James Brickey visited frtends at Red Bud. m. Mr and Mrs. a B. Hlltca have returned frcru Hot Springs. Ark. Cecil Tciia cf ST. Lou' visited hU pareats, Mr and Mrs Iliac Tolln. County T-easurer David Schein was en a tuwness trip to BurksviUe. Ill Miss E. Hainey has returaed, after a weef a visit ti. friends at at, Louis. Mrs Paul C Brey is visiting hr daughter. Mrs Omslt Cramer, at East at. Louis. htate Attorney Joshua Wilson was oa legal besineas at Belleville. IU.. Tuesday Miss Jos.e Rl-kert departed Wednesday en a Vslt to friends at St- Louis. M-s. Kate Drury vie-ted friend at St. Lculs Wedneiay Mr and Mrs. Clementa Teatlng visited friends at rn-s. I1L M- and Mr" John Hutter cf North Main street are visiting at Merrtmac 111. Mjs Elsa Jcbusch visite.1 her sister. Mrs. Lo- s Rsbe at E-i Bud. 111. Mr and Mrs J Gough of Belleville. Ill we-e the ju-sts of Mr and Mrs Charles Gil bert. Mr and Mrs David M Hardy have returned, after a three weeds' visit, to Hot Spring". Ark. Mlss Geneve Wetmore jpent several days with friends at Si- Louis last week. Emmet Murphy teacher la the Beethoven Conservatcrr of Music at St. Louis visited h-s parentT. Mr and Mrs Hugh Murphy Mrs. Ellxabeth Schneider visited fiends la East Si. Lculs lest week. Mr ard Mrs. Charl-s Kltter cf Columbia. Ill . wer the guests of Mrs. Frank Scharfenberger cf W"et Third street One of the Mt prominent social events last week was a luncheon. Saturday, given bv Miss Ea QuaK to her friends. Th- dlnnlcs -oom was deco-ated la red festoons and portiers ef hearts strung en red ribbons Prcr to the s-rrtsc cf luncheon the announcement was made that th- hcetess was engag-d to be mar ried to William L. Kaemper assistant cashier of the State Bank of W aterioo MVTTOO.V ILL. Mr ard Mrs C X Davis have gen- to La Harpe, Kaa. n-r a two weeks' visit with rela tives. Mlas Kate MeCarty. a t-acher in the Mattooa public schools, has returned from a vis.t with her moth-r in Paris. Mr and Mrs. L. J Oswald of Princeton. Ind., ar- the guests cf Mattocn relatives Mr and Mrs. John McLeod are hems from a visit with Mrs McLeod s parents la Chari-ion. f because"cf tie death, cf his mother, Mrs. E. P Ashejrock. Mr and Mrs Jchn Moss have returned to their ham- In at. Louis, after a visit with the former's parents ia this cty Mrs B. r Berry has returned from Indlanap olj. where she was called by the serious illness of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. G L- Berry W" IL Carter haa returned from several weeds' sojourn In Hot Springs. A-k Mrs J R. Thomas ef Charleston Is la the city called here by the serious lliaess cf her father. Aldermaa Joha Hennesy Mrs. G A Gilbert of Chicago is vlsltlnr her mothr. Mrs. Wilson Sect:, ia this city Mr H C Baughman cf Tusccla is th cust of Mrs. HC. Hcnrrighou' Mrs. Baaghrnaa Is on h-r way to Miss.sslppi tr Join her husband. They will make that state their home H L. Overburg- has returned frera Effingham, whr- he was called by the serious illness of his wife. M-s. Richard Hervey. Mrs. Eli Mn-ou a-d Maste- Eddl Canan have r-tum--d from a visit with Mrs Charles smith in Chicaco Mrs. William Adair of Charieoa have re turned heme, after a visit with ilr. and Mrs Ed Kleth. Mr Char!- HalLIs visiting frl-nds and re'-a-tlv-s in Indianapolis Miss Neoma W'alkup has gene to Indlanspctls to reide with her rlner. Mrs John W Justus Mrs. Joseph Pape is hem- from a vis't with her parents. Mr and Mrs. McCeiland. la Charleston Mrs. J W Welker has gene to Cedar Ranlds. Ia. called there ty the serious illness of h-r mother Frank McClure has retu-ncd to Chicago after a visit with his mather. Mrs. H. B. McCure, ra this city ilis-s ro-enc- ans Addle Ben wna attend mocl at Liaccla University, are home for a few days' visit with their parents. Doctor and Mrs F. K. Bed. Miss Je"i- Lawsoa is tie guest cf relatlv-s and fri-nd in Kansas. Mrs. William McCralg- of StilUvan. m U the gue-t cf her caurhter. Mrs W L. Major Mls Be-en'ce Katz 1 making an extend-d visit with r-Iatlves In Chicago Mr and Mrs. c H Jones cf Leva. HL. are j b-ins enttrtained ty Mr. and Mrs. F. C Collins in una ciry MIs Rath MeAchraa has gone to Memphis', Term., fcr aa ext-aded visit with relatives. SED.UXl, MO. , Mrs R. L. Maupla ef St. Locls arriv-d Tues. day fo- a visit with her sater. Mrs. R. F. -ittsworth cf Jtjuth Vermont avenue. Miss Hel-n Rll-y of Kansas City, who has been vis-tiug Misses Mary Glass and Kathryn Ca-sldy returned Monday to her hone. , Mrs. H. H Black and Mrs, W H. Prlteiard departed Monday for a. visit with" relatives la Kansas City Mrs. Henry Laupheimer and dacghter. Miss violet, retum-d Tuesday hin a visit with friends in St. Louis. Mrs. John Kobrock departed Monday for a vis't with relatives and fri-nds In Kansas City Mrs He-man Schmidt, who has b-en visitlns her daughter Mrs Leo Bloes. returned Mon dar to her heme la Warrensburz. Miss Martha Gr-gory retumM Tuesday frera a visit with friends aad relatives la Sweet sp-lngs- Mrs H. B. Hanxraend 1 etui a-d Tuesday from a -visit with friends and relatives at Shrsve port. La Mrs Jessie HosirJas arrived Monday from Kansas dry for a visit with her parents. Mr and Mrs L. Lovinger of this dtv Mrs W W Cecil dparted Tuesday for a visit with friends in Kansas City Mrs. Harvey McGegln returaed Monday to her home In at. Lculs. after a visit h-r- with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Menefea" Mrs. W E. Hyatt and baby of Kansas City arrived Monday en a visit to her parents, Mr and ilr J R. Clapton, of this city Mrs. George Hubbard of Versailles ax-iv-d Monday, to be ti- guest ct Mrs. W P. Hub bard of West Third street. Mr and Mrs Will Farris departed Tuesday fo- a visit wtth relatives at Albaav. Ma Jit Al Barns departed Tuesday fcr a visit with relatiTes in Tipton. Miss Gussie Stela returned Tuesday from a visit with friend, in Jefferson City Mr and Mrs Charles Holland of Kansas City arrived Monday on a visit to relatives and friends here. Mrs. Bell Ksll Ftnall returned Wednesday from a visit in ST. Lou's Miss Nell Satton of Hcldoc whs has be-n the guest cf her sister. Mrs. J M. Brown, de parted Tuesday for her horn Miss Camellia Bush returned Wedresday from a visit in Ksr.ru City with friends and relatives. Miss Bess Han r-tumed Wednesday from a vis't with friends in St. Louis. Mr and Mrs Jim Spencer of St. Louis ar rived Wednesday for a visit with Mr and Mrs Frank Monroe cf this city Miss Mary Glass Is the gu-st of the family ef her uncle. Colonel W C Glass, la Kansas City Mrs S. R. Qulrey returned home Tu-sday from a visit wtii relatives In Nevada Miss Bess Doyle returned home Wednes day from a vlatt with fri-nds and relatives la St Louis Mr. and Mrs Harry R. Flnke departed Tues day for a vMt wtth friends la St. Louis. Mrs. C W Wilson and children departed Tuesday for a viit with frl-ads In Masccgee. t. x Mr and Mrs. C W Ransom depar-d Moa dav for a vit with frieads la Kansas City Mr and Mrs Mack Locnev returned- Tues day from a visit with friends la Kansas City M-s. H- A Elylb- cf CUftrn City ar-lved Tueiav for a vis't with friends In this city. Miss Daisy Fowler is home frcm a vis.t wi'h relatives at Eazle. Neb Mr F S Baytlss d-part-d Monday fcr aa ext-nded visit with friends at Monroe. La Mrs. Heary DeBold ot Denve- Cola a-riv-d Wednesday fcr a visit with friends and rela tives in this city Mrs J A Chatt-1 departed Thursday ftr a visit at Chautacc.ua. Kas Mrs W T Smithers cf St. Ivuis and Miss E. Maclay of Tiptcn arrived Monday to be th- guest ef Mrs. A. L. Shortridg- Mlss Lulu Monroe departed Monday for St. Louis to atend th- dressmak-rs cenventicn. Mrs. J A. Davis of Oskaloosa. Ia.. who has b-en the gue.t of her sister. Mrs. Anna Bard cf East Fourth street, for the past week, re tamed Tueiay to 1-er home Mrs Anna ZL Non-is. who has beea the guest cf Mrs. Georg- Withers, returned to her home at Bune-too, Monday Miss Mary Parks of Denver. Colo arrived Wednesday for a visit with friends here. Mrs. C. F Ernst and Mrs F. M. FuTkerson departed Tuesday for a visit with friends la Bunee ton Mr. Wilbur Hlxhl-yman and children ef St. Louis arrived Friday for a visit with relatives and fri-nds here. Mr. J J. Bets ef St. Loais is the guest ef her mother. Hn. J. L. Parish cf this city Mrs. J M. Serames of Sardls. Miss, and Mrs F D Harvey of New Orleans. La. ar rived Wednelav and are th guests of Mr. aad Mrs. John W. Menefee. Jr ef West Sev enth street. At Monday's mtlag ef the Scrosis Club Mrs. J H Rodes read a paper on "The Wcrk cf Michael Angelo In Rom-" and talks on th "Original Louisiana Purchase" were marie by Mmes. T H Smll!. Lcuis T Beck. C. E. Meerlv ard Frank Rosse Mrs. R. H K-rr ef Chicago Is the guest cf Mrs Julia T Hill and daughter. Miss Lucille, cf South Ohio avenue. Mrs L. F Guerrant and sen. Win. d-parted Wednesday for Dallas. Tex., where they wer called by the serious lllnees of H B- Guer rant Mrs. Paul Huekurs entertained a small din ner party Tuesday afternoon in honor of hex sister, Mrs. Stanley Hill cf St. Lcuis. who Is her guest. The guests were Mr, Stanley HUL, Mrs. L. P Andrews and Mrs G-snt Crawford. Mlses Margaret Johns and Lau-a Morey. Miss Georgia Ragsdale departed Wednesday fo- a visit in Kansas City Mrs Mary Groves and Mrs Charles Green of Kansas City are the guests of Mr" M. B. Coleman of West seventh street. Mrs. Newton Cannon read a very interesting asper on "Thick-ray" at Thursday's meeting cf the Nautilus Clnb. SPRISGFIELD, ILL. The life and cempcsltions cf Schubert were stud.ed at th- m-eting of the Arnxteur Ms sieal dub Monday afternoon at the home ef Miss Bessie Brinkernoff. The prcuTarame was in line with the work of th- club wh-a com posers are taken up and discussed, with rela tion, to their compositions and general caar acteristtcs. A short programme was gvvra by the membe-s to Illustrate some cf the points made in the discussicn. Mrs. Henry Engelsklrchen was hostess Mon day afternoon to the memo-rs cf the Imperial Clab. Progressive euchre was the diversion and th- prizes were wen by Mrs. Charles Springer and Mrs- Joseph Burt. The members cf the Industrial Cub were en tertained Monday afternoon by Miss Grace Dex helmer. A banquet vu given Tuesday evering- at the- St. Nicholas Hotel by the local lodge ot Elks fcr these who teck part la the recent 2ks minstrel show. Covers were laid foe t!-- ty-ave. During the evening the banqueters Trent over the entire programme of the shew, sink ing the scngs with chorus accompanlraeat. Aa enjoyable party was given Tuesday aft ernoon by Mrs. W A Conthway. Ths guests were members cf the Cozy Club. Ths Social Eochie Club was entertained by Mrs. Carl Smith. PrcgresslT- euchre was p.ayed. the prizes being wen by Mrs. B- F Eexauer. Mrs. John Kissner. Mrs. Edward Bau mann and Mrs S. R Morris. The Mardl Embroidery Club was entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs, Charles Hungerford. Needlework furnished th- diversion of the afternoon. Th- hcsless serv-d a luncheon. Mrs. J L. Hazlett cf Blootningtoa was a suest of the club Members of ti Colonial Card Club were en-terta-ned Wednelay afternoon by Mrs. E. A. Kartack. The hostess awarded tie prizes In ia progressive eucnre games to -urs x- .. Waljh, Mrs. Eteer Ott and Mrs. J W. Farn- An Interesting programme, -which concluded the study ef Kansas, was given by memb-rs cf the Illlni Clab at the meeting Wednesday ev-nlng with Miss Elizabeth Ansell The "San Sower' State has furnished the discussion for the last month and will be followed next month by ths Stats of Missouri, which is of more inter-st thaa all tie States of the Louisiana Purchase Territory at this time The pro-g-amme was as follows: Discussion of tTUes With the Indians Mrs. Leroy Bac chus. California Roads " Mrs E. R. Jamison. Sketch of the Life of James H Lane, aenator of Kansas Miss Alice aiockdale, "Poll-leal Life of Joha Brown. M.ss Dora Greb read ing ' Call to Kansas." Mrs W F atockdale Mrs. Richard lates received at the Executive Mansion Wen-sday afternoon, aae was as sisted by Mrs. Harry Carrlel of Jacksonville, who, with Superintendent Carrlel of the Insane Asvlum at Jacesonvlle. are guests at th- man sion. The guests were received In th- east room, which was pretty In Its adornments of pink, supplemented with the white uowers cf spring A pretty party and something out of the or dinary was gvea Wedn-sday evening by Miss Alice Dodii of New Tork at the heme ef Mr E. Huntingtoa H-hfle Miss Dodds has be-a sp-nding tne winter in Springfield. The affair glvea tr her was a fancy dress party similar to those glvea ia larger cities, whea each guest appears as tie representation cf some well known character in the magazine pages of the Sunday papers Mrs. G B. Hem-nway and Mrs. M. A. Nutt we-e hostess-s to the Ladies Aid Society Tues day afternoon. The society will be entertained m April by Mrs R. F Lord. Every Wednesday Club members were en tertained this week by Mrs T w Dresser The Nonpareil Eucnre Club was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Charles springer An entertainment consisting of recitations and songs was glvea by the pupils of th- Ed wards school. The proceeds will be used to purchas- pictures for the scaooL Misses Mav and Aims, atuart entertained the members of tie Indigestible Cooking Cina The hostess served a Mr. after which the mem bers of the club exchanged r-dpes for different dishes Miss Catherine Xates. daughter of Governor and Mrs Richard Tates. has r-tumed from a trip to California. Mrs. John H BrlakerhoS and two sons have gone to Hot Springs. ST. CHARXEsT 310. Former Mayer Louis Binge c-iehrat-d his nftylghth birthday last Wednesday la ths evening Mr and Mrs. RInge entertained a, number cf friends and a supper was s-rved. MUees Ve-na and Jane Looaara vsl'ed friends ia Webster Groves several days this week. Doctcr W. A Craven will d-part Mcaday for Indian Territory, where he will make his heme. Misses Lydia and Augustina Groenemaaa cf Hambcre axe guests cf their sister. Mrs. J G. Duet ben. Mrs. R. L. Bartcri ef St. Lcuis has ben vis itmg her sister. Mra D V Martin. Miss Ida Westerfeld of Col de Sac Is a gu-st cf friends, Mrs. Will Lanf-rsiek of St- Louis has re turned home, after a visit to the MIsei Rlage here Last Sunday was the slxtv-ieventh birthday anniversary of Mr J W Randolph, and the cay was celebrated by a family r-umon at the heme cf his son. Hugh 1 Rando'po, His seven children Mrs. David Lane. Mrs. Lyman Palmer. Mr". James Shannon. Mrs. Jewel White Hugh and Arthur Randollh we-e pres ent, tog-ther with ten g-anccildren. Mr Ran dolph has rested la at Charles for twenty eight years. ill. and Mrs A. Etsenstein cf Warrantsa were here Sunday visiting- relatives Miss Bertha Renno has returaed from a shcrt visit to Miss Cora Parker la .- Louia. Miss Till! Beumer has returned to h-r hem In Wentzville. after visiting hex slst-r. Mrs William Feldmaa. Lawrence Bench cf Cambridge. Ind.. is a Enet cf his cccstn. Mrs Albert Machlenkamp Miss Oracla Reinhaxt entertained Mls-s Lounle and OU'.e Smith and Miss Mailie Travis cf St. Locis seve-al days tils week. Ma George Watson ot Detroit. Mich . aad Mrs. Thomas Murphy of Leavenworth. Hat, will arrive hers naxt week to visit Mrs. Charles Graves. - Mrs. Savoy W. Pereaa entertalaed a number cf friends at h-r heme In West Clark str-et. Flinch was placed, and refreshments sexv-d. Mrs. Josle Jaeasr entertained lady frieads at her home la Ftfth street Monday afternoon la honor of Ihe birthday- annlv-rsary cf her sister. Miss Maude Angert. Mr and Mrs. J G Lawler. S. I Lawler and J W. Lawler returned home Monday from Richmond. Ind.. where they attended the fa-n-ral Qf a friend Misses Mary Hardaway and Mode Stene braker returned home Monday, after spending a week at HowelL Miss Btrdl- Randclnh r-tumed to her heme la Bowling Green, after a visit with Mies Bes sie H-dg-s Herman Landwehr celebrated Ms seventy fourth birthday last Sunday. He has resided ia St. Charl-s s'nes int. MACOJf. 3IO. Miss Flossie Ward-11. who has teen the guest of relatives and friends here for the past sev eral days, r-tumed to Knoxvllie, lH.Tuesday, wnere see is auenaiug scnocu ter McCully ot Orden. Utah. Is h-re, tie I teaded the courtesies cf the evening to the gen of his parents, llx and Mxs. W G. Mc- I f--- public and there was not even stanclng - I room unoccupied. It Is said that this was one wait gue"t Cully Ray Denslow. who Is attending schocl at tis State Lnlrerslty. -CbZumbla. came up Saturday, and will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs W M. De-slow, for a few days. Mrs Samu-1 Perrln of Queen City, Mo., ias returned home after a vlstt with her daughter, Mrs W C Gocdsoc, Mr and Mrs. John Griffith cf Moberly. Mo., ira the r-iests of the latter's sister. Mrs. Sara Goodding Mrsrw- E. MeCaay and daughter, Vetraa. ars the guests of frieads la St- Louis. Mr and Mrs. J W. Gross visited la La Pla ta, Mo . the first cf the week. Mr. and Mrs. C P Van Cleave are tie guests cf relatives in Kansas City Mr and Mrs Fr-d Gleselman left th first of the week for a few days visit la St. Louis. Mr and Mrs. Albert J Williams have retum-d to their home In at. Joseph. Mo . after a everal days' visit wi'h the latter's parents. Mr and Mrs Web M Rub-y. Th- ReT-r-nd II. C Garrett left the first ef the week for a few days' stay In Kansas City Mrs. M. J Howe and Mls Mae Caldwell are the guests of friends in KlrksvUI-. Mo. Mrs. J F Weaver of La P"ati. Mo-, was a Macon visitor Wednesday Mrs Tucker Smith has returned to h-r horns ia Pleasant Hill, after a several fiavs vter with relatives aad frl-ads of this place x n flouts nan ot rsroosneiu. .tia. superin tendent ef the Burlington In Missouri, -rtsited here Monday Miss Glessne- McCclly Is here from Clarence for a visit with her cousin. Miss Etfgenia Mc Cully Mrs. Dccto- A. C Leggat and little daughter haTe returned to their home la St Louis after a week's visit with Mrs. J C Chldsey. Charles Goodsea was the truest cf friends in Laclede the first of the week. J A Taylor of Brookfl-ld. Ma., visited friends hers Tuesday, en- route to Columbia. where be is attendlnc: schooL Miss Anna Shelton Is ths guest cf her sister. Mrs W E. Fr-neh cf Chicago Mrs Lather Belsher of Chiesr-v was hers Thursday, the guest of Mrs W H. Miller. Mrs F M. Green returned Thursday from Milan. Mo . where she has be-n visitlnc her daughter Mrs J M. Darr The last services In th- oTA M E. Church building here will-be held to-day. after which It will be torn down and a modern edifice erected The cession will be a memorable one Bishop E. R. Hendrix of Kansas City- will preach in the morning and evening, and there will be a special music programme. Doctor Joha D VIncil of St- Louis, who was pastor h-re in liS7. wh-n the church was built, will attend and take parr ia the exercises. When the old building was under constructlcn Doctor Vlncll. with his own bands, assisted in laying the floor and nailing It down. Mrs J D Smith entertained at six-hand euchre last Friday evening Tho-e present were Mmes Theodor- Gary. Ross Larrab-e. W H T T-ll. C A WardelL John Sau-rtn-tt. J J Darts and Gas Sauvmett. Misses Jennie and Valmere Dessert, Hattie Pattern. Mae Cald well. Leila Heist. Nelle Moore Mabel Stone. Mary Stone. Maya-- and-Lal Winians. Doctor Victor Parish ef St. Louis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C Goodson ths first ot the week. CAKLKTILLE, ILL. Mrs J P. Matthews spent last Tuesday in 8t- Louis with friends Mrs. J C. Roach of Glrard has been vlsttlns her parents Mr. snd Mrs. Joseph Bird. Mr and Mrs. M. P. Ch-irdy of Glrard spent Saturday as tie guests of E. H. Dlckerson and Charles Garst. Mrs. M. A Ibbetsoa left Sunday morning to visit h-r chlldr-n in ST- Louis. Miss Carrie Nutting has returned after a so journ in lowa- MIis Otina Fischer Is vlsltias; her sister. Mrs. R. W McKnlxht. In Glrard. Mr and Mrs C M. Cherry of St. Louis ar rived Saturday evenlnr fo- a visit of a day at the homes ot J W McNeill and Judge L. P Peebles Miss Minnie Horlae eatertalned a few friends at a chafing-dish supper Saturday evening Among those pre-ent were Doctor and Mrs. W A Alexander. Mr and Mrs. C T WcodwaW. Mr and Mrs A C Burgdorff. Frank Hobtlt and Mllo B Loveless Mrs. J E. McCIur- and daughter. Harriet. rtsited In Carrotlton Wednesday. The Domestic Science Club met Friday after noon with Mrs. Pierce Ross Bert Llston. who is atteadlnz the medical de-partm-nt of Washington University In St. Louis. Is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J B. Llston. The L. F's met with Miss Carrie Tumbun Saturday- evening. Mrs. F E. Glbsoa was In Glrard the latter part of the week rtsitfng her mother. Mrs. J O Burton Mrs. J F. Cherry and Miss Celestine Miner of St. Louis w-t Ttslttn-- Judge and Mrs. L. P. Peebles last wet Mr. E. G. Crahbe. who has been vUitlnr her sister. Mrs. J. P. Matthews, has returned to Springfield. Mrs. John Pitt Matthews entertained at luncheon Friday In honor of her sister. Mrs. E. G. Crabbe. KIRK5TIIXE. MO. Mrs. Crtrn and daughter. Miss Lulu, of Lan caster were visiting friends here during the Tfeek. . . . W. O. Font has returned from a visit to Kansas City. The R-verend W. L. Darby has r-tumed frora McGI- Presbytery at Macon, where he delivered an address. Mrs E- L. Belsh- and two sons and Misses Dee Belshe and Lena, Johnson cf Chicago are Tisttlns: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Baird. parents of Mrs. Belshe. Cashier F. J. "(VUsca Is recovexins; from his .Oners. Doctor A P Hltbs ef Ogden. Utah, was here last week, owing to the dangerous Illness of his mother. The freshraea of ti- A. S O were tendered a reception by tie other classes cf that school a few nights ago. Mrs. J E. Goodwin and little son have beea vlsltlax- friends in Moberly . Mrs. C. W" Adams is convalescent after long illness. . At th- EUts whist entetalnment last w k Mrs. Russel McKeehaa and Mr. Harry Marks wen the prlxee. In a game of basket ban here between the Qulncy High school and A a O teams, the Qulncy girls won by a score of J to f Mrs. J "Vaughn is vi-ltlng In Monroe Mr. aad Mr- F S Llnd-ey have gene to Bozemaa to sp-nd the men'. Miss Mabel McHendry of Burlington Junc tion has been rts'ting la the city Mrs. E. M Brown of St-mmex and Mrs Dcl ue Watterson ef Meadsilie are visiting relatives here and In Noving-r Mrs Joseph Bajn and son. Nathan, hav returned from a three months' Tint la Dallas. Tex. C A Hamilton and family have moved to Edlna. Miss Susie Bohrr cf Alvarado. Tex., arrived here this week to visit h-r sister. Mrs. Purl, and brother Doctor Bofcrer C F. May and Miss Fr-derieka Tho-nen we-e married Tuesday by the Reverend w L. Darby Attorney P F. Greenwood left Wednesday for Lake Charles. La. Miss Oia Jonas has returned frcm an extend ed visit to Omaha fr'ends. The Chicago Glee Club was entertalced by the Iota. San 8'gma at their aewly furnished chap-ter-hous- this week. ilia Mauuda Howe aad alec-. Miss Mae Caldwell, of Macon are he-e visiting the family cf J B. CaMwelL Mrs. Deborah Pierce, th- ag-d mother of D C Pierce, died en Thursday last BROOKF1ELD, 110. The social clre'es of Brooks-Id are locking forward with lnt-rest to th- coming hall to bo given by the Order cf Railway Trainmen. Easter Monday. April Music will be fur- cisiea cy uivmey-s oreh-jtra of Kansas city. D. B. McCarthy cf at. Louis is vlsiing tu grandparents, Mr and Mrs Carey Miss Carrie May Lisenby d-parted Wednes day for Kansas citv to visit r-laUves. Miss Ridgway of Meadville is a guest ef Mrs R. Bevler , Mrs. P. B" Houlahan and children are visit ing relatives at Denver. ofrs. J E. Jourdan has returned frcm a visit to par-nts at Palmyra. Mrs R. s. BrowrJ-e aad two little s-ns have beea visiiin-: parents and rrandpar-nts at St. Jo-eph. Mrs. William Theme has t n the guest cf her metier. Mrs Cane Aiexande- Osear Brown and sister Miss Gertrude, of New Boston visii-d Brockfi-ld fr-nds tils W-ek. Miss Jean!- Stowell is visiting grandparents at Galva. ia.. and will go from mere to Chi cago before returning home next menth. Mrs. A B. McKlnley haa returned from a Tis t to relatives at Iowa City. Is. Judge A. L. Pratt cf Llnneus was a Brock fiId visitor Tuesday Mr and Mrs. . F McCartney have re turned from a visit to relatives at S. Cath erine. George Symcus arriv-d from Excelsior Springs Monday on a visit to his brother Mrs A. W. Anderson and daecht-r. Miss Esther, have returned frcm a visit at St. Jo aech. .-Irs. Eixab-th Forest Is visiting r-latlves al Fayette. George W. Bailey was at Moulton. Ia., last Tu day en legal tusiness Alpha Bums was at L-nneus last Monday. Miss Edith Sandusky was at Linseus last Wednesday visiting friends. Mrs In. Harrr-nnd has returned frcm a visit to relatives at Bevler Miss Grace Eran of ReytesviUe Is a gu-st at the home of H K. West. Mrs. W R. "Votaw cf Blooctfield. Ia.. Is th guest cf Mrs. J R. Votaw. Mrs. Harry C. smith cf St. LouU, formerly Mrs. Mae Lee. is here frcm St. Louis on 1 visit to rela'iv-s. Mrs. Harry Adams has retum-d to Otturawa la. Mrs. Anna. Schneider Is visitlns at St. Joseph. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Mr and Mrs. B W Fewell announce in tils issue cf Tne Reouhllc the approaching- mar riage cf their daughter. Miss aland Few-11. to Lara Finley Hutt of Pine Blun. The wedding will be celebrated in a Quiet maan-r at the home cf the bride's parents. Na lui Center street- The bridal couple will depart imm-di-ateiy fr a wedding Journey ia tne East. Miss Fewell mads her social debut last Octob-r, and has been considered one of Little'Rock pret tiest and meet popular young ladies, and it is with regret, that her friends learn that her future home will be made els-where Amcng the festivities planned tor tie early days of the post-Lenten period Is an evening picnic AprU 7. for which Mr and Mrs a W ReyDora have issued invitations This will be cue of the most charming parties cf tils sea son, as many pretty new features cf entertain meat ars being planned. Mrs. Heyi-uxa h-in especially recognized fcr her delightful origin ality Mrs Join M Rose and her daughter. Mrs. WU1 Rose, have Issued lavlta-lcns icr aa aft emoon affair oa April 4. at which six-hand-d euchre will form the feature cf entertainment, Mrs. Rose's card parties are always eagerly sought by the males and tnatrens of fashion able society in the City of Roses. Ths members and friends of the Aesthetic Club were delightfully entertained on last Tues. cay afternoon at an open meeting cf the club. ever which Mrs. Helen M. Morton pressed. Ia addition to the regular programme by tis club members, which included subjects relating: to Passion week and Easter, the Reverend and Mrs Logan Herbert Roots gave talka upea "The R-iurnmnil System" aad "The Horn Life of China." George B Rcse lectured to the Tounff Peo ple's cniturs Club at Temple Bal Nal Israel oa last Wednesday evening en his recent trav els in Spain. The members of tne cina njua ex- of the most ooushed lectures ever heard here. Mr. Rcse Is a member cf the Rcyal Academy cf Arts la Lcndon. and is censidered one of the finest art critics ia Amerlea. Miss Rose D-ekinson. who is attending- Miss Finche's school m New tork City, is sr-er-dlu-r the Easter holidays as the guest cf Mra. Harry Bockstoee In Pittsburg. Pa. Mrs. Bocksloc was Miss B-anche Hatten ef tils city before her marriage last D-cember, and Miss Dick. Inson was maid of hener at the wedding. A pretty social function cf last week was the luncheon with which Mxs. Forney-Smith en tertained, celebrating the eighty-se-ond birth day cf hex mother. Mrs Nancy C Gwlna. Mrs Gwlnn is closely identified with the history of tie old south. Miss Emily Boyle, who has be-a la Memphis the last mcath visiting friends. Is expected horns this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. B Rur-ell of MorrtCtcn. Ark., who were married here oa Jaauary fa. have returaed from their wedding- trip, ana ars visiting Mrs. Russell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. atainhaeh. Mrs. Russell was Miss Edith Kidder Mrs. E. K. Shier aad Mrs. Ryaa of East Or ange. N. J, ars the guests of Mrs. Logan H. Roots. Mis- MlnnizeQe George, who Is attending the Wen-en's C-Xlega at Baitmrore. Hi, will spend the Easter recess la Washington. D C.. as the sra-st cf her relatives. Mr and Mrs. w L. Lamax. Mrs. Lamar will -be rem-mbered throughout the country as the daughter cf L. Q. C Lamar, and as one cf the Caotnet ladies during President Cl-veleud's administration. Mrs. Arline House, also a student from this dtv at the Woman s Cblle-re. will sp-nd the Eas-rr r-cess as a member ef a house party oa the Maryland coast. Miss Mary Love cf Memphis is here the E est of the family cf Mr and Mrs. H C tsman. who ar- also entertaining- their daughter. Mrs. Eugen- Tobey of Denvex. Colo. Judge and Mrs. U M. Rose returned en Wednesday from an extended visit to New Or leans. This distinguished coupie. who cele brated thelx golden wedding anniversary last October, wer- the recipients of many social at tentions during their soji-um la the Crerc-nt City Mrs. G-orx- Russ Brown and her daugh ter. Mrs. Sam M Powell, have alss r-tura-d frcm a visit of seme length to New O-l-ans. Amcng the Llttl- Rock soci-ty p-r-ens la Hot Sfrinns are Mmes. J. T JarrelX Hera-aa Kaha and Carl Vcs Mrs Georg- L. Meyers; who has been a raembe- of the Little Rock col ony there curing- th- Lenten period, returned heme early last week Miss Emma WclgeL, a popular Little Rock girl, was married to John M. White, a prca rerous planter at Natural Steps, on th- Ar kansas River, en Monday evening. The young couple departed at ence for their country heme, but will take a wedding journey to the East at an early date. The wedding cf Miss Huldah D.-jfus and Sidney Talheimer will b celebrated on Son day. April 10- This will be followed oa Wednesday by the wedding of Miss Dilile Navra and Cbarf-s Jaccbscn. n-lvate secretary 10 -jOTrm.r t-avij-, ana isu ot -aies rtcse Lev lnson and William Hochbaum oa the tTth ef April. All these young persons are especaliy rromiaent la the inner circle of Hebrew society here. The eujeag-ment cf Miss Flcrenc Whit to Let-pold Dreyfus has b-en announced Miss White will be at heme with her relatives. Mr and Mrs. H. Ehr-nbergh. on Sundays and Wednesdays. Mrs. Thna E. Burrcw has return-d frcm a three w-eks- visit to relatives In St. Let-is. Mr" Richard Fletcher aal daughter. MIT D-a Fleteler. accompanied by Mrs R. D Al lan, and Mrs J. H. Vaa Ett-a. wl'l leav- this week fcr California, where they will sp-nd the sp-icg and early summer months Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Wart and Miss Elta Ward ef Denvex are exp-ct-d to spend the latter part of this we-k here They will be en rente to Hot Spring, and thence to th- City of Mexico. t the meeting ef the Musical Coteri- o-i Wednesday morning Mrs. D E Eram-tt Brad-ha-r was elected -resident ef the club. Mrs. S W Reybura rxsltively deciialrg to p-rmlt her name to be offer-d for re-electloa. Mr Ha-ry H Fos-er was made secretary aad Mrs. Joha Fletcher, who has several tim-s served th dub as Its chief ex-cutive. was made treasu-er Mr. aad Mrs. C A Bar-hardt enttatned la celebration ef their twentieth wedd'nr a-nl-versary on Wednesday cf last week. Th-r were th reorients cf manv handsome r-raem-brances on this occasion. Mr Basshardt Is a prcminent Iran Mountain offidaL CHILLICOTIIE-. MO. Miss Ola Jonas departed for ker home tn Klrks-rllle Monday, after a visit with her cousin. Miss Leda Eylenburg Miss Arnold of Chicago Is visiting' Mrs. W. C Crttchfield. Miss Eth-I Edg-rten e-itertai-ied Infom-ally at cards and a candy pulling Saturday after nocn. Mrs. Harry Reed cf Tr-nton visited here last week, the guest ef On. Cora Hltr. Miss Kit Leaver entertained informally at cribba-re Monday evening Mrs. J. L. Newland and daughter. Miss Mary Ann. are vijltinr In Kansas City. Mrs. C A. Smith of MaryvUle is Tlsittnr Mrs. Mary Stafford. Miss Kittle Watsoa Is entitalnlnz; Miss Madge Dunn of Pueblo Miss Margaret Brant entertained a large num ber of friends at her home 03 East Jackson stret Thursday evening. Mrs. Mage Miller Is -rutting- In Callaway County. Mrs. J. H. Winter of Ctica -rtsited Chllcotne friends last we-k. Mrs. W. F. Starker returned Tuesday from Southern CaUfcrnla. where she spent the win Miss Anna Duffy is in Chicago for a few cays. Mrs. Goden sp-nt tie wek hi at. tw- Miss Letters West has returned from a week's visit to St. Louis. V-i L. Lee Wells is vUitlng ia rTir-ai Cty. Mrs. Edward J Miller returned Tuesday from a month's visit to Dallas. Tex. Mrs. Rose Roblnscn returned this week from a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Edith Hollow ef Cuba. Miss Cozette Mentor of Chicago, who is Tis't ing hex grandmother, departed tie first cf the -c-a iur a Durv vis-.i to rwansasrv-isy 1 Mrs. Frank Ccrwla was suratised last week , by the Methodist Ladies' Industrial society I Refreshments were served, and Mrs. Corwin re- 1 ceived a silver ladle. ' . Miss Mab-I Mclnturff entertained the Satux- I day Aftemoca C"ub ' illss Virginia Grace entertained at 5 o'clock K V V. ..KjRSi",-- 7& McCain cf Hani-Ihal Li"t wee k. - - jiiiu-iua nt n ih-.t j J" i Miss Gecr-pa, Walh Tisited la Utiea last week. M-s J T MITTjrj entertained the P E. O 'a Friday afternoon. SlOBEnLY, 3IO. The Commercial Club entertam-d the ladles Monday evenlnr la their handsome parlor" Miss Lena Inr-am. the chosen hestess. was as sisted in r-ceivm: and eatenalning the nu-sts by Miss 1 esta Curran. A musical and literary entertalnmen- was provided. W R. Turner has returned from a brief visit to Keyte.vii- and Sall"bry Mlsj Mary Cunningham. Miss N-IU- Bai-r jnd Mrs. J. B. Rogers visited in Mcb.rly Tu-sday Mrs W C dimr' Is th- im-st cf f-lenls In --ulbury Mr and Mrs. F. D Hudson entertained tie ehcir cf the First Pr-3by-rlaa durca Tues day ev-nin s. C Bjrges. has r-tumed fr-r-n aa extead-d trip to Kansas. Mrs. D. ? Fcm-y and Miss Laura Gregory have returned from a trip to at. Louis and Cul cage. I- S Graham ef Valley Juactloa. Ia.. I- vis lUns: his par-nts. Mr anl Mrs M. M. Graham. Mrs. A E. alzemore cf Lancaster. Mo , who isj be-a the gu-st ef Mrs. Jennie Dulausr. returned to her home Wednesday Mrs. M. J. sears cf Hunts-nile is vlsltlnr her sls-er. Mrs. J. A Ald'rsn. Miss Ma-y Smith entertain-d her music pu pils at her studio Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. T s. Darts cf Stur-r-oa Is -risltlnc Mo berly frini3. Miss Bertha. Thcmpscn ef Armstreng is spending a few days wtb her f-lends la this city She will visit ia H-ats-nlle tefcrs re turning to her home Mrs. N S Waie of Wentzvine has retum-d to h-r hem- af'er a visit wi-i Mrs. Irene Arthur. Mr- Saul Martin cf St Luis. who ha. b-ea visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs James Scott, departed for her home Wednesday Mrs. A. J Edwards departed fcr Mexico Thursday, where see will spend several days with fnends before retuminr to hex heme m Celumtla. Mrs Fannie Baker is visiting In CUfton Hill. Miss Myrtle Stewart entertained Miss Effle Grtff-a cf Ds Moines during: the wee-. Mrs. Hereford of Fulton departed fcr her home la Fulton Wedn-sday atter a pleasant visit with Mrs 3. E. Branch. Mrs. B. Barker is Tislunz ia Kan-ns Ctr tils we-k. ilr1 sanlsbury. who has been visiting hex daughter. Mrs r. L. He-ran. d-par-ed Wt-ln-s-cay to visit r-latives in Fayette. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Reese ef Slater ars gu-sts cr Mr and Mrs. Georze Manuel. Mr Emest Paferscn and Miss Berti- Shar er were married TxtslaT evening at S .M. The Reverend R. F Campbell effitsatinr Mm-s. Frank Clark and R. J Shaner wers hostess-s to tie G-vod Times dub Tu-sday evening at th- home cf Mrs Stacer. A nua-.-b-r cf invited g-uesta also enjoyed tie hospi tality of ths4 ladle.. The principal diver-lea of lie evening was domlnc. at which the f lowtng prues wer- a-vardi: First gust s prize, Mrs aaal Martin, first gentle-nan's prize, M. W. Burke. M-s. M. W Bark- was the f-r-tunate wrn-er of the first ladies club prize Mrs F J Tuttle and Mrs G Carter pre sided over a Lent-n missionary tea Thursday evening at tie Tattle home Although the evening was stormy, there was a -rood attend ance and It was a mo-t enjoyable occssicn. O K. Woods and Miss Ro-abel Ko-ha wer married Thursday afternoon at th- home cf the officiating minister, th- Reverend J E. Davis, ef the Baptist Church. Beeaus- cf a recent ber-averaent in the Koeha family, tie marria-- was a ver cui-t ca-. The younn: ccunle win contln-ue to re-nde la this city Mrs. D V Allen of Lih-rtv, Mo-, is th-Eu-st cf Do-tor F Orx and falry Mr and Mr". Jchn Taessler are visltiair St. Lculs friends. Mrs. M. G Qulnn of Columbia, who has be-a visiting her daught-r. Mr Fred Spar-s. de parted Thursday for her heme. Mrs. Gran-weld retum-d Wedne"day -ve-i-lnr from aa extended visif with relatives la Q-iincy. nL Miss Ursula Gray, accompanied by h-r tr-nb-er. Thnrber Gray, viiited Moberly fri-nds Wedne-day Mrs. McJUton and danimte- Mr. Nayt-r. who have b-ea rtsinha- relative-, r-tamed to tietr h--n In Atlanta. Thursday Miss Fannie HurS-s of Steltina Ir the guest of her sister, Mrs. Glrard Sparks C.UIROLLTOX, ILL. Mrs. Stuart Davis sp-nt S: -dav la White nail. Mrs Sue A Weimer is spending ti- week ia St- Louis Mrs. Latier Lynn Is home from a visit with Mrs C. E. Williamson In Arenzville. Mrs. H. H. Moat-remery Is home fro ma, visit to friends in Carilnvllle. Mr and Mrs B. C Hodges are spending- a few weeks at Hot Spring. Mrs Julia. Hanii-i is rtsltinir Mrs. Panin ra St- Louis. Mrs. Kate Ralney Is home frcm a Tislt la Washingt-in. D C Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Flersoa speat Thursday ia St. Lccis Mrs. Frank McDartd of Hlllsboro -pent the wek here with Mx and i T J Raffety Mrs. T C Hcssey entertained th- East .! Reading Circle on Monday afternoon last Mrs. John Kasixap Is visiting Mrs. Carrie McGlIL Mrs- Thomas H-nshaw entertained th TA.-!e-" Mutual Imp-ove-aeut Club on Tae-day after noon last- Mrs. E. A. Doolittls read a paper on "Russia." John L. Eldred Is hems from a visit FV-rtia- to WAsni-.GTOjr, 310. Mrs John Busch entertained tie Readinr Cir cle Tuesday afternoon. Mrs D R. Wllks was the guest cf St. Louis fri-nds tils week. Miss mile Busch entertained the Musical dub Friday aft -nocn. Miss Addle Claw-on cf St. Ze-uia, who has been th guest of Washington relatives, has re turned heme Dolph Wesmeyer cf Pacific was the e-s-st of Washington friends this week. Mrs G-or-r Kl-nke of Clover Eottom was the guest of Washington friend, Wednesday Mrs J X. Tankersley of D Scto. Ma. is ti guest of Washington relatives tils week. Tip Hern of Memnhis, Te-uu. was tie guest cf WasMa-tcn relatives this week. Doc-ox O Schl-ef of Augusta, was the guest cf Washington fri-nds Thursday John Umbeek ef St- Louis was tie guest of Wa-hington frt-nds Sunday Gorg A. Wajland cf Boonvine. Ma. was the guest of Wshingtcn friends this wek. Captain Frank Blaske cf New Haven was th gue-t cf th- family cf Louise Ree-e tils we-k. Miss Lulu foIlars cf w-arren-hur-r. who has b-en the guest of Ml. Blanche Di-kbrad-r for tie last two weeks, returned hem tils week. Arthur Miller of IVx-nvH. Ma. was the guest of Washington fri-nds this wek- Miss Ma-y Pelstrup of Chicago, nL. is tie guest cf Washington relatives this w-ek. T. W. Chamb s and Herman Vedd-r were tie guests of friends In Union Wednesday even- Friti Trentmana and sen. Wlluam are th guests of friends In San Antonio. Te-x, this week. Ml-, Mary slocum of Padfie was tie guest cf MI", FHa Kru-I this vre-k. David Earnest of New Hav-n was th- guet cf friends at this place tils week. " Mrs. Doctor John Isb-11 entertatn-d ti- Flinch Club at her here Tue-day evenln- in bono- of Miss Mary Cahill. who Is prepartur- to depart for a visit to her brother. Richard CxhllL o Llttl- Rock. Ark. H W Boerer of Mo-risen MX. was th-gue-t ef Washlcrtca friend, this w-ek. t Hr"ei 9- fijl1"1--0" " -t- Kucst cf St. Louis friends Frldsy COLC3IOI4, 310. Mr. I-vta Swltzler went to St. Louis Mcn Eaine w-re la St. Lena en a shcpplnr trip Mrs. Irlvin Switz!-r went to St. Loois Mon CT,ttTalTi. with her s-n. Royal Sw'til-r. until Wedne-day. when sh departs for Wash- .-"i- --- "wewi to -pax several menths. Miss Adell Overal d-narted Tue-day for he home la St. Lou's, aft rtsltlna: her graad-moti-r. Mr-t M. E. RcKlns Mrs. W K. Fr-d-uburger d-parted M-r-day for her home ia Pittsburg. Pa., aft-r a tilt to her parents here Ismes McAti--ter has t--tamed frcm a tusi ness trip to Oregon. Th- R-verend S P Cr"sup Is attending- a cenf-rence of.ti Methodist Charch at Salls-bu-y tils week. Mrs B. B. GreenifeWr has retum-d frora a visit In St. Loui- Former Senator B. M. Anderson was la St. Louis last ek. J L. Cauthorn of Mexico cam- cv-r to e the Man Frcm Mexico' aad visit friends aad relative. Mr" J c Berry has returned to her heme la Chicago, after vbttlnx friends her. Mr- S. M Shaw and Mrs Erzab-th f-t hav- return-d f-cra a visit to Fulton, wher they attend-d the wedding of a ccusia. Mr Ma-tln Baker W T. Ande-swn has been laid-up- for s-v-ral weeks wl-h a seve- attack of rheumatism Mrs. Henry T Le Is -pencln-r a f-w days with friends In -r. Louis. ' Mr- Mary E. Park-r of Mexic- Is visltln-: her daughter. Mrs. Doctor Bradford cf South Ninth stre-t. Miss Ltrxi Stcn. who has teen vlsltinr Mrs J A McKe-. returned to her hem m Renlek co Wednesday Mr and Mr. a yt t-ia!- a v.-.. ... sft-r a f-w-days' visit to th-lr daughter. Mrs. Wlfong of Ft. LcuU. Mr. and Mrs. A. J". MlRer -f Chiniccth who were calle-l here by the death ef Mrs. Pla-t. r-tnrr-d to th-lr hem on Wedne-dav Mrs S. M Alexander has returned to "h-T r-ome In St. Louis after a visit to h-r par-nt., Mr and Mrs. J R. CampbelL. en South Sj-th stre-t. The R-verend A. A. Phansteil re Chleago. for sev-ral years paster of th Prebytrtaa Church in Cclumbla. is here ca a visit, after an ab-ence of eleven year-. Newton Kurtz and Miss Gussie Hc-sri-ran were married en Wednesday by th Rever-r-d W. S. St. Clair at his resldenee. Mr. Kurtx 1, a -en of W. B. Kurtx. a former nrefesscr la th M. S. C The ente-txlnment riven by the rxacrangle Club la "The Man Frcm-1 Mexico.' Tu-sday nisht at Chris-Ian College, was greatly enjoyed bv a large audience. Koy Thomas, son of Mr. and Mr-. Frank ""comas, sh- form-rty lived fa Columbia, died In Kansa. City a few days aco- Th ladle, rf the Me-hodt Church win soon have printed a nw cock boek. the proceeds cf which will be applied to the purchase- cf car pets for their elegant nw hotre of worship Doctor T. Moore and the- Reverend G. H Wlnders went to Chicago Monday to attend th National Conv-ntinn of Dtsdpies. which met tire this week. E w. st-phens was ia JefTerson Cty oa bus Saess last week. ClBTlr Rarr?rr9- In rr-i--rt-- 1-1 s-n-,s-- Tft-rn es-TTsssir - j ,.- u v-. -. .--' - j iirs m: a vistt to Uainois cjm- TLrsd" MI-- Cfartl- PTi.hjr.wK Mwsw Tr.M--.w -.- a CJJa 1T.J -. iSStai:"" , lor uian, J . Dw-tor Lefevre went to St- Lcuis on bcstness. Doctcr Haxri Shaef-r d-partei Sunday for hu new home In St. Louis .., The Reverend and Mrs W T Maupts Tiat.ed f-l-nds in Kansas Cry last week. Misses Errna and Corinne Barth of Mexico. Mo . returned to their heme Monday, arer a. visit to Mr and Mr" Victor Earta. UVvMBlL, 3IO. Miss v " Gerken has retum--d from a rtslt In Kansas City Mrs. Richard Fennmore and diughter Jo- sepelne of Cedar Rapids la., are guests 01 3 It. Ttaotist Church cave a re eve-ling at the horn- ef Doc- , xaiK-ii- Mr u jii , -MB C,mell gaV-' a music programme 1 f-,TTT"3-- rra , s"ir Tie members ot ih EapUst Too: Pecpl' Tr aa cave a nuitiry paj in tt- parlors o their church Tue-dav er-a.ln-r V music pro- -rramm- was reno-re-l by miss-s Alice t-uno-- Mary Ander-oa, Fl-i-ence Simmons and Mr. Al bert HoSraan. Refreshm-nts were -erred bv Mlss Betsit Rusll. Beulah Smith. Nell. Fa; Mary Graeber Mrs Renna. Smith anl Addi- Bearl. Mrs. G-orxe W Covert of Quincy has re md home afte- a visit to her parents. Mr. arid Mr. Stamey E. Wcrreli Miss Elizab-ra Knott ent-rtalned ti Thurs day Ca-d i-iub Tho- pre-ent were Mls--s H-ien Boczhton. L. ds a-aton, Bess and Anxe Plndea. Effie Shrroct Emms. Gen-en. Carrie aonnenbu-K 3ean- Eby M-s. J a Howell. Mrs Mort-mer Hai. Mrs Ed B-unds Miss N-ll Car-er C-part-d Wednesday frx Mmnear-Oi. to vi'it for -eve-al we-s Mrs J w Mounc ana hiss teena ja-un--: I Vac .!! A t '1 lit f T.lt-t. !Mr and Mr' F-an-. Bmwn r-tumed Monday from a vis't in Kansas Citv Miss Ruby D- Witt en'ertained the Toon- Women's Christian Temperance Union We-lnes-dav aftemoca Miss sad. C.avbaun. wno nas ceen tre -uet of Mrs O M Friend, -etumed to hex borne la CriUicotr Tue-day Mr- Mary J M.lle- who has beea the a-net of Mr ani Mrs J A Knott, has returned to her fcerr- In at Loc-s , . . Mrs. Hel-a K. Garth is visiting 'n Keokuk. K-VSS CITV, 3IO. Mrs Wal Sanfo-d returned eS-!y la tit week frcm Ulanta. Ga. Ml. nn- Walker and th Mlss-s Gentry. Elizabeth and Ruth, ar- ia Flcr-nce. Italy. M-s V P. I-rin Is in S-. Joseph this week. Mrs U S Eoe--c3 is at the Fowler far-a. n-r Maple H1U. Ka-.. at present Mrs Daniel Boune Is te- live an aKe-noea party early In April for several St. Louis friends who wu te her- for the Easter holl- Miss Enda Fi-Id Is te h- tie gu-st ef honor at a party to b- given April 4 by Miss Laura Mr and Mr. Felix La Force returned from Florida on Monday . . , Mis. Nells Peai-e Is to give a luncheon April 4 f- Mis- Ann!- Msx-ey Fleld. Mlss Isabel Ballard cf Chicago, who has ben vtsir'na: Mrs R. E. Richard-on. Is r-tumed to her horn. . Mrs J B Hamn-r I, home front New Tor and Washlnrton. in each of which d'-les sh was eatertalned by fri-nds. Mrs. A M. CU-k has for her guest this w-ek Mrs Hsr-v Mont-rom-ry of Junction City. Ka-. Mr and'Mrs W W Xelica are home- Sen eld Mexico . . Mrs Harry Haley r-tu-n-d on Wednesday frcm California, whe-- sh- had beea for two mentis Mrs. E. C Elcrtdge rt-ited fneads la Law rence tils week- . , .. Miss Alice Bu-ch returned from Council G-ove. Kas on Menday after paytng a T-..t to Mi- Frank Oui-ibv Mr and Mrs. S J- C Fenrell are expected to arrive from Florida ab-ut Monday. Mr aal Mrs. Bruce Nace are oa the Paeifie Coast at preseat Mrs A E. Matchette Is la El Paso. Tex.. vivting her son. ... Mrs. Hugh Carries Smith of Trenton. Ma. is rtiltm-r her mother. Mrs John Conover Mr- Marcus Peck entertained forty-six frienis on Tuesday afternoon. Euchre- Mis. Evelyn Ebert returned from ChIcax- "Tu-sday Mrs. K G Pulllatn cf Lexinsten. Ky. ws, tie especial -r-e-t at a Innch-on on Friday given bv Mr" Wallace Goffe Miss Sara Woodward of St- Louis was ti guest of honor at a dinner en Wednesday gtverj bv Mr Emest Turner , Mrs Join R- Crowe is entertaining Mrs. S. T Fulton cf Chlca-ro . . , Mr. and Mrs J S Morrin of St. Louis ars la Kansas dry this we-s. Mr. wmia-a w L-ds and ehlldr-n are re turned from the South, where they spent th- WMrsr B-Se T Nolthenlus Is in Saa Antonio at "doctor and Mrs. Ludwig Bredouw are ar ranrlng to sp-nd the summer abroad. Miss Eva Harris entertained Miss Zo- Alates of St. Louis during the -arty part of this wee. Mr ".dam Lour and his daught-r. Mrs. Hf-rry Seavey. returned Thursday from Texas. LOST WHEN A CHILD, SHE 9 INHERITS HALF MILLION. After long 5-art-h P-ar-nt Finds HU Dinghter and She Gets Us-cle' Fortune. REPUBLIC SPECIAI -Phlladelj-iila. llarch 3S. Behind news re ceived by Charles H. Smith, viee presi dent of the Harvey Machine Coapany-ol this city, lies a. romantic story of a child that was lost, four-d. and vrto has at last corse ir.to good fortune. To his daoshter. Mrs. Genevieve Gumey of Terre Hatite, IneL. he learns, an estate valued at half a. million dollars has been left by her uncle, Frederics Adam-, who died recsctly la Peon-burg-, this State. When Mrs. Gurney v-ras only ! years old her parents separated, and the mother took, her to Terre Hante. A fear -rears later the mother married John Simpe-on. whom the child was taught to believe was her father. She s-sew no better until ten years ago. wt-e-n. wntlrs to an aunt for the' first time in her life, she was informed that her real father wag Charles H. Smith, and that he had read the letter and want ed her to come to this dry. As she could not da this at the time, he visited the child for whom he had beea looking so long. Mrs. Guraeys husband died four years ago. and until jh received word of her good fortune she depended upon her two eldest sons for support, She Is expected at her father's home. Xo. "147 Bast Ihlsh avenue, in a few days. SOLICITOUS OF MOTHER, THOUGH TERRIBLY INJURED. Felled by Giant Tree Limb, Laul JUIcs Stransrer to Get Food for Stick Parent. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Philadelphia. March & Sorely hurt as he was. Thomas 'White's first thought was of his sick mother. Mrs. VThite had ben III for weelts, and when she announced that she felt hun gry for an oyster stew. Thomas, who" Is 11 years old. was dispatched In-u-nedlafe-ly to a restaurant near his home. On the way the big limb of an over hanging tree fell on Mm and knocked him down. Thomas tried to nse. but he could not. When a man came up to help him he said: ""Will you please pick ud my money and Toy bucket and get an oyster stew for ny mother, ones sick, we live at .No. JJ Germactowa avenue." Witb that he lapsed into cnconrcio--- ness. The stranger first saw that Thom as was taken 'to the Samaritan Hospital. then he picked eg the bucket and himself Rent for the oyster stew. The Invalid ate it with relish, and it was arranged that she should not know what had happened to Thomas. SUES HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW. Xew York Man Accuses Her of Enticing Wife Away. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Rochester. March IS. Once again the) fault Is laid at the door of the mother-in-law. This time she Is accused of entidnz away her daughter and depriving the son-in-law of the enjoyment of her society. and as compensation she is asked to pay damages In the sum of J10.0XL The action is on the cresent trial term calendar and has been reserved generally for the end'of the term. The action stands on the calendar under the title of Lawrence B. Stevens against Ann Eliza McKagg. In the complaint It (3 set forth that the plaintin and the de fendant's daughter were married secretly about two years aso. Owing to the opposition of the mother Of the bride the marriage was kept secret for some time, as Mrs. McKagg was In poor health at the time. The plaistifTs wife remained at home with her mother during the latter's illness, and after that failed to Join her husband. This failure cf the wife to take her place In her husb5rs?I'-"-t"ie Is alleged by Ste vens to be the result of enticements held out by her mother for the purpose of keeping his wife away from him. nil--Dlvorce-I From Chinaman. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. San Francl-co. March SS. Because aha had married a fuliblood Chinese under trjej mistaken lmpres-ion tnat he was a harr caste. Grace Williams Ah On was allowed an annulment of marriage from her husj band. Chan Ah On. by Juigs Mraiky. - .