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R. A. Dadis man district Superintendent will be present. He will preach, con duct the Sacramentof the Lord's Supper, and afterward preside at the Quarterly Conference. Every member should especially plan to be present. Mrs. Clara Fick Perkins' re cital of Enoch Arden last Sun day night was greatly enjoyed. She did it in a masterful fashion, and in the spirit of a true artist, Her articulation and inflection was splendid, and with her charming personality, and true simplicity of manner she made the selection easily understood by everyone present. The el" feet was grand. Miss White as accompanistat the piano through out the entire selection by her careful and sympathic following .added much to the beauty and -effect of it all. The new 1918 Sunday School Officers are to be installed next Sunday morning. Seventy peo pie made a record of perfect at tendance during the past quarter. 218-219 Republic) Building, 10th and Walnut Sts.j Kansas 'City, lvlj. 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HE1H0ME W 77 N The WHITE SEWING MACHINE gives you the greatest possible value for your money. "Ifyoa try it You'll be fifcJfotio it" Get a free demonstration from the White dealrr. If no dealer is handy write us for catalogs of Vibrator and Rotary Snuttk: machines Including theNo.70"i?it-S;'ate.' Cleveland, Ohio GENERAL KNOWN AS DANCER Man Who Is Leading Ital'an Drive "Upstairs to Vienna" Favorite Member of Royal Circle. When the world on this side of the water reads of General Cadorna's tlirillinr onward smashing drive toward "upstairs to Vieuna," as the Italians express it, no one thinks of this foremost Italian diplomatist and soldier as Queen Elena's fp'-"-rite member of the royal dancing circle the man to whom her maj esty most frequently accords her in frequent honor of extending her hand for his kiss. General Cadoruu is accounted the best sixty-seven-year-old dancer in his country, and it is whispered that he not infre quently even at this time, with all of hi3 martial cares heavy upon him, indulges in a waltz or a polka as a half hour's recreation fxom his steady strides toward that "upstairs to Vienna," upon which he is bent. The Countess Cadorna, still love ly, v:as known until far past her fif tieth year as a famous beauty, and to tiiis adds the rare gift of tac'uul nes.. a fine attribute in its way for the wife of any man, even though, as in the present case, h. is the idol of his n.e.i for what tlwy account his greatesL unarm, 'politeness of the heart." VALUE OF CHEESE AS A FOOD Experts Seek to Overcome Prejudice Caused by Comic Paper Jokes About Welsh Rarebit. Some long-cherished notions about food, food values and food effects have been upset within the last few months, and the American house wife, in recent weeks, has learned more about food than she ever knew before, says an exchange. Not long ago most of us were con rinced that cornmeal dishes were out of place in summer. We believed (hey were "heating." The experts have declared to the contrary. Now they want us to eat more cheese, and they assure us that we can partake of this nourishing food in generous quantities without any disarrange ment of the digi'stive tract. A pound of cheese supplies more than twice as much energy as a pound of fowl or of round steak, and almost twice as much protein as the .-aine amount of fowl or ham. It is accordingly a cheajier food than meats, ami it is palatable and whole some. We shall be the gainers if we forget some of the comic paper jokes about Welsh rarebit and begin to' par take of the cheese as a real food and not merely as an appetizer. REMINDED OF GRANDFATHER. Justice Pendleton of the New York supreme court waa examining applicants for citizenship recently when a band in the park began play ing "The Star Spangled Banner." It was written by Francis Scott Key, Justice Pendleton's grandfather. The justice turned his head toward the window, and the hubbub in the court ceased. Then the justice rose to his feet, and the men who were seeking the right to take the flag as their own rose with him. Everybody faced the Hag that was draped on the courtroom wall. Not a soul moved until the music ceased. Then the justice bowed and resumed his scat, ami the work of making citizens went on again. WHERE WAITING IS WISE. "Pa, why ilo so mauy marriages wine oil' shortly after Easter?" "I!: would !; :i rash man, my child, who married before hiS intended had bought her Easter out tit." ' APPROPRIATE. "Jaggs kept insisting that he saw a lot of snakes and they were all black snakes." "Hut, then, Jaggs is iu mourn ing." RIGHT IN LINS. "My foreign friend is always prat tling about the crown of jewels." "tiring him out and show him oui own local diamond." THE LIMIT. "Bill's a terrible sponger." "Yes?" "Even laughs at your expenses Purple Cow. MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR "Mammy, what you' goiu to g'.b ::e on'niah birthday?" 'Niirtiii. if yo's a good child." MINERS LONG IN SEHVICE Some Diggers Have Bserr Working Un derground for More Than Sixty Years, the Records Show. Some interesting facts on longev ity among coal miners have been compiled by the anthracite bureau of information in W ilketbarre. The recent retirement from active serv ice of W. D. Owens, superintendent 01 tlie Lackawanna division of the Lehigh Valley Coal company,- serves to call attention to the number of workers who have filled out loi'. ca reers in the anthracite mines. Owen? has served as foreman and superin tendent for 39 years, and, although he has turned over the active duties of his position to his successor, is to remain with the company in an ad visory capacity. A few weeks ago occurred the death of John T. Williams of Lans fotd, a pioneer miner in the Panther Creek valley. He waa seventy-five years old, and had spent 67 years as an employee in the mines, and had been with the Lehigh Coal and Nav igation company for 65 years. Dur ing the last year, because of deaths in his family, Thomas Parry of Xes queehoning decided to move from the anthracite field to make his home with a relative. The decision to quit the mines came after a period of G'i years had elapsed since he first commenced work in them as a boy. A long stretch of time marks the service period of Bobert T. Smiles of Pittston, who lately resigned his po sition with the Pennsylvania Coal company after being continuously employed for 61 years. Smiles be gan work as a report boy, and had filled most of the positions in and about the mines. For 34 years he had been continuously employed as an engineer at one mine. Provi dence Journal. ' THE FEATHER MARKET Mrs. Addage You know "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." Mr. Addage And when it gets on the hat the price doubles again. A $10,000 MAP. In the lobby of one of (Chicago's large office buildings is a lfiige relief map of the European countries where the war rages, exhibited to the public and lectured upon by a for mer war correspondent. The main map is 10 by 20 feet, but owing to its convex construction it contains an area of 300 square feet, says Pop ular Science Monthly. It is a seg ment of a !)0-foot globe. It was made by William Robertson, with the assistance of ten men. It took tlieni nine months to make it. In rludiiig lahr and materials, the cost of the map is estimated' to be 10,0110. CURIOSITY WAS NATURAL. . "I spent the first part of my vaca tion on a motorcycle." "And in what hospital did you spend the last part?" HIS CLASS. "Your husband is always chaffing one, isn't lie. Mrs. I'oineup?"- "Yes, indeed. v L teli ,hiru he is quite a chauU'eur." TOO HIGH FLOWN. "Shall we have some oscillatory diversions ?" ' "Oh. no ; just let's have some plain kissing games" QUESTION OF TIME. "Was that Jack I saw, with his arm around you?" "1 don't know. How long ago did vou look ?" A PROOF TO THE: CONTRARY. , '"Kkvtrie'.tv was not well I::;..-.-. :. to the ancients." j "Why wasn't it: Didn't Noa!: OUR of milling retains all the native sweetness and rich baking qual ities of the natural wheat berry. "Artesian Cream" Flour if you want a pure snowy white, rich, nutritious flour that has not been killed in the milling. A TRIAL WILL Meade, BANKING CLUB I cfirSSiou Can I Ml 11 PWillMiJilMHSMawaissssssa-MWIMSjaBSuri MM W flfAm. I II I II I ! II. 3TI 7 n THE HUMBLE LITTLE SQUIRREL TEACHES US A GREAT LESSON. THE SQUIRREL "HAS" BECAUSE HE SAVES. YOU MUST SAVE TO HAVE. . COME IN AND WE WILL GIVEYOU, FREE, A LITTLE BANK BOOK SO YOU CAN JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB., ' YOU CAN PUT IN 10 CENTS, 5 CENTS, Z CENTS OR CENT AND INCREASE- YOUR PAYMENTS THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. IN SO WEEKSi 10 CENT CLUB PAYS $127.50 5 CENT CLUB PAYS 63.75 2 CENT CLUB PAYS 25.50 1 CENT CLUB PAYS 12.75 YOU CAN BEGIN WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT AND DECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. WE ALSO HAVE 50 CENT, $1.00 AND $5.00 CLUBS WHERE YOU DEPOSIT THE SAME AMOUNT EACH WEEK. COME IN AND JOIN TODAY. WE ADD 3 PER CENT INTEREST. ' THE MEADE STATE BANK Buy your Christmas Candy and Nuts of R. A. McGuire. Buy early before Yours for a MERRY CHRISTMAS R A CASH PROCESS S se- CONVINCE YOU 1 Kansas I Join with vrk if si 1 Mrm . i stock is exhausted. STORE McGuire If V r Brooklyn Citizen. have arc lights?"