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Kansas City daily journal. [volume] (Kansas City, Mo.) 1892-1897, January 06, 1895, Image 10

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rtlR KANSAS CITY JOUKNIL. SUNDAY, JAN U ATI Y H, 1895.
tig .mil Ihe reminder of the first floor I I3rnrst tirnnl, Hnqh Ornul. !M nbcr
ivss Riven over to the luerrv elmi c with holtr George I tmullen N (t Miotic li.i
tmifk bv n utrlne or hestt.t U fr
men! i were crvcd nt 10 Sll lav .ten t(
firf'ilrl At the Irtuoiuile t (hi. durum th"
evening. AltliiK In enlcrti mills were
Mr. 13 H Jcwctt, Mr Walton Itolnvj
Sirs. C 1!. Pltinev, Jllf Cora Hpei.l, Mm
Catherine Bpetel, MH Jtnrv t'lilll,
Messrs. Wilton Holmes, It II Allen Mpccd
l'r), J. A Steele ahd f. II 1'otc) Other
quests were Laura N't boh. lislc l.athrop,
IMnnie I.alhrop, lliltn LiikIIsIi . tT0
I'liE'ley, HtMn Chick Slirgaict Tate Until
Aiullii, IJIniior Morse, Glad) t'ndcrwmtd,
Sluhll Smith, (.iilotti Palmer. Mil ion
Thaver, Then Slasllit tllllh Hattna .to
Feplillie Goodman, Anm Keith, II a Lit
bert, Wlnntfred Lrtmb-it I S)dncv Holim s,
Mlgnon Holmes, .Miss Other l'r). Aithur
Mor- , Arthur Stoshcr Unwind Mnin r,
llaiej Ilpltup. l.eier Hall, Porter Hall,
Iltluli rnold, Wnrid rnoll. t'liy Arnold.
Carl HMvctn Hit k Keith, .lohn Lntlinp.
Hetirv 1ha)er Will Tinier I.atlirop Smith,
Charlie Hell, Hhermnii I'otd, Mason 1euii,
1 red Ho, Cliremc elould, llowutd Au
lln, Jamie Austin, Walton Holmes, Jr,
Walton fry and Harr Allen.
Howard Moher. fetotid on of Mr and
Mrs. A. A. Jtosher, of ll)de pntl. ltatti
this evening to enter Kenjon Mllllir
n adcnt In Gambler, O A vcr) pleasant
farewell to 1i!b voiing friend licit" wns
given by til in at a brownie party last I'rl
ela) evening. Huppi r was strved at 7
o clock and brownie Rttont ranis were laid
bv ear h lover. The tit t oriitloni wetc pink
anil white naming in nierrs music was
one of limn) happ pastime The gutsts
v ere Sl.tne) llolnn, Miction Holmes, ,lcs
mc Ltilhrop. Helen 13nBllh Thiodnre Mn
lln IMIth llnnni, Ilnlen C'hlel,, Allfiie 1'iv,
Jitll-e Hopkins Marlon Tlinver Winifred
Lombard, Marl" l'ltitslf). Sadie Pcir)
Plntcme I'eny, Jlurv Chrl-lli Mil Ired
l'nxon Albert Lombard, .Masse) Holmes.
William Hints, Kercv Iteed, i:iint Mall
mii Iiarton Hall. Mabry .Melller, Itobert
llroiketi, Diimonil Christopher, Clint leu
W diner, Carl Hlien, llerirnml Clarke.
Jton Peters Tom W'jntt and Arthur
Mo-her
A lovely pirtv of esteidiy afternoon
was Rlen b (ioklle ltotttter, tlaiiRhter
of Pr and .Mrs V. C llostetter of 613
'lauiomee asinue, Kansn Cll , Kiih The
liotiis rre from 2 to ." and pased pwlfil
In deltRhtfiil (,-.ini" lth that of Motlur
C!ooe as the pilnuptl feiiture. This (,ame
eonslstcil of taking n few wordt from the
famous melorllea of Molhei Goose, whkh
r.cre iil"ttrlbntttl amotiK the jouhk fitifsls
'1 Hose ho i ompli li il the tnot ilntiies
from tntnoi itre nw.nded prett prices
Jlis-s noidif. unv astlsteil In enteit iliilni;
bi Ldn.i Ch tpnnn The looms ire det
or ited In pink Tht re were pink rakes and
Pink tonfeLtlons in the unlm,- with dainty
after dinners of pink nnd blue -hlna The
501111P hotes wore red tiepe with red t I
o' 70tiae and Mls Ikln.i wore pale blue
rllk and Hec The quests Wfte Jlertli-i
Wtst Sadie Lewi", I.en i Wist. Mamie
I'airbmn, i:a .Mnrh. Kdn i Chapman,
Nora Iteed. I"Iora Wood, Peail P.tcd,
Amelia Itajle", Nellie Tikkett.IImm.i Lee,
(.rare Colllti", Helen Halms, .Muble Schaal;,
Kettle Kaufman, N'ellle W'hlsner, IJInlle
Jledwell Genevieve Thomas, Tannin Ma
nntl M.vitle Mav
Mr Masev Holmes danrlnjr p-trtv was
the piomlmut event enjojed bs vounir col
leKl.tns anil sehoulsirls last Tbuisilav even
ing at the home of his patents In Ilvdo.
park 'Ihe rooms win- enhanced by noil
tlaj tie nrillons ami Ihe music was llnelv
mlnpied fot the o. cavion Jllss Marie
KoiirIi of St Lonl', . i ved lemonade Jtlss
Iltiifs of Italtlmur", Mlm Ilradlee, of lios
tot ,i (I Mrs William M Martin presided
In the diniiiir roim, whir b was tlecornted In
feins and pink carnations Mis A A.
Mo'her and Mrs Heni Withers also us
tlstcd In entertaining
werlrllnts- of the near future will be
til it of Miss Paul' le Seebold. of St Louis,
to .Mi II It Clauss of this Lit.
"Miss M unle L Pennls, d-iuchtcr of Jlr.
and .Mis tv. A IMnnls .mil Mr James
1 MnnninR of Pill Klvtr. Mnss will he
man led In St I'.Uikk's church, January 8
The bet-othal of Miss Ttose Helm nnd
Mr M C iro lies been announted Ihev
will rectlve friends Sundas, Jnnuarv 6
nnd 13 at the home of Ml nnd .Mrs II,
Flnl.elstlne, 1716 Wnbih avenue
The Huteipe Club rendered the follow
ing proKr.imme liht Thurs-daj afternoon.
'Ilajdns Life 173J-17jO," Mis Harictt.
Sonata i: flat tnajoi (IIndn), Mrs Meln
rath lias dns Stud and Work 1;0-17C5,"
Miss ell.i Minor
"Hadn nt Kstcrhnz," Miss Jennie Mi
nor Mv Mother Illds Me Hind My H-ilr"
(Hnjdnl Mrs f'l.iik
Hadn's Prlr-ndbltip fo- MoAirt," Mls!
Itishop
H.idn s Social ami Professional Life In
London ' Mlt-s Knickerbocker.
Sonata i; minor Ulajdn), Mr. P. I?
I'eirv
Hajdtih La-t Years 'Tho Creation,"
"The faeasons,' " Mrs Iliousoti
Ha dns PI no In the History of Mu
fic Mrs Uoff
With erdute Clad" (Haydn), Miss
ll.i
HivtliiH Clmr.li teristle Porm and Stle
In i mnposltlon," Mitt. Ullis
(a Lirco-Op. TC N'o 5 (Haydn), (h)
(.vp i Itondo(j major, trio (llajiltt),
Hnv n i lintettc
'Ihe Llnwood Llteiary Club last Trl
tlav i trhl had quite nn Intel estlns meet
Inc at its rooms, comer of Llnwood uni
Wonriliml tiventtes Mi Prnilerlil: It
Hoover the newlj eloi led president, was
Installe I nfier whl. h the following Christ
mas pi jhiumme was lendeietl Itoll call,
w Hi t htlstm.is entlmeuts piano duet,
SI if Mabel Mi Comb and Maud Koff;
(hiiitiiuas stoij Mr George P Cootnber.
Jr Lmwooil Illuminator. Mr, Wltllim
It isi.ell Wardnii, rendlm,, Hh kens'
' i lulu s nii.iin of the Stm," Mr Itoss C
Wells cctempoiuiieous debate 'Itesolved,
That tlin S.mt.i Claus mjth la n positive
Injur? to the thlld mind,' tlebntnl by
Mci.ii s Jl W MeDatilel. A 13 Wurdtici,
Jr I Lovett. L' L MtCill. Net
ineetuiR Saturd ly evening, .Inininry U,
If'u 'Ihe pineinminc for that meeting will
mo 'Current Top1l.s "
Ihe Centrnl Club enteiialncd thtlr
friends nt th At adein oi Music, lJJI-,'3
M die street, Now " ear , everlnc Pintle
wai. fuinishtd b Zeller s full dress or
thestta 'Ihoso pieem wete Messis ami
Messtlames W G. Liggett W c W Ithers,
1 1. unb W. II Killers, Louis rklioen,
J II Craudall, It IJ Hughe, 1. C. W.it
kon P L. Ovlatt. It S. Chaso It li Coih
lane W M Haiti), thailes Charplot,
V H Gicboi. A V Hoosei, S 1. Juhn
fon Chailes Clark. W W Andnwu T I
Wllliair on I" S Htewaitl C jl Cheney,
J W Ilumm. Mrs I S htom Mrs Will
lam Ilrinkman, Mis IKndrltks, Misses
Hattle Kuntr, Anna Kgnor I.uclle lrivln,
JIamie I'llzgeralii, .Mattte Clements, Ger
ttinle Van Kman, N'tlllo N'ewcll, (joloiloo
JlcCabe, Leltle Adams Ada N'orquest,
I'anuy Iteete, Koso Ltese, Mabel Plcrson,
Katharliif Ilaer, Ucbtle N'lIsoii, i;,ln.i
Montz, LUzle Tobener, Anna Howe, Lun I
Verlrees. tntila Hill, Lmma Hat i lielle
Ciinkkiw Luiiu WalkLr, Lulu Zahner,
N'o la button Mount Sterling, Ky , Hal
mer. I3uU Darnull, N'ellle M Keif, 1 itda
Goblin, Augusta KurllSB, Itena At kley, J.s
lie Sams, Helen llonnlwell, Anna I' Cue,
OvUtt, Stella Uo Menltt, Helen h Cam
eron, I3thel Knlckerboiker, Dcrtha HolIi.
land, Kdltli Morris, hi Louis, .Mo , 13a
N'ute, Olllo Zelgler, llessle Holman Mny
Keif, Mirle rosier. Cordie Hendricks ltes
tls Hendricks, 13mmi Stone, .May Walker,
Maude Darnull, Plorcnco Williams, GriKu
Corcoran, Manie Corcoran, Mamo Hear
don, Anna Heardon, Carrie Ilarnlilll,
Messrs. I'rcd Van I3man Harry McDouul,
T Jl Finn, Geoigo W'oltioni, H U. Wll.
son, T 31 Durneld, C 13 W'agar. Daniel
Stark. IM li. Ward. 13 It. Odcll J ,
lUimlck, Jr., Dr. J. I' llatdman, Messrs.
Ora, IMrnall, A C. Klnneartl, 13d hiirface,
Chmlcs Sherlock, I'rank I'lerson, 31rnu
Kecton, J, I. Kurllss, a. P. Will
iamson, Joe Hathaway, CI. W. Clin
ton, I'red I'.hlers, George S. Clavier,
J, II, Churchill. (ius Khlers,
Mr. Harry lioer, L'lvvln Slorrfan, I'rank
Zahner. fachuykr C. Kelly, 1. A. italmer.
Klmtc Slaitln, Harry Prcvost, G 13. Kur
tl , W. I. JlcC-irroll, (J A. Stverauce,
I,lod Cochrane, George V Laughlln, W
A, Weston, A J. Hoi klaml, O.
i , Conistock, lr, hwau, W A
llendrl ks, .1. A liiinldey, C I). Habb, J,
l Ctt& HVt Claetjit, If, Xi. CaoDl
cr-
li. ' t wmi ii i ii.i'wlniiin w Atwn
on, II t: Tltii A SchopTofcn, I A
Unnpirt. I) It. llae ,t 1: Harris. W L.
elnisler, I3d Sc inhin U W, Koekwell,
I' C !tos and Pretl lusher.
On W'eilnnlav evening Mr. nnd Mr,
Hubert Hlldehrand, of 2131 Vine, enter
tnlnetl Ihe I3eellor Club at progressive
high live l'rl?es were won by Miss UIhiu'Ii
Human nnd Mr. George 13 Kiln an The
members ate Mr and Mrs. Hobrt Hit
debrnnd, Mi nnd Mrs George 13 Hiinynn,
Mr. and Mis L, A. Parle, .Mr nnd Mrs.
W II lingers, Mr. nnd Mm, Will Ander
son, Mr nnd .Mrs John Nelson Mr, nnd
Mis. Lee Gerrlneer, .Mr nnd Mrs. 1). II.
Iteeder. Mr and Mrs M I Woody, Misses
Clara ltaber nnd Hlamli Hun.vnn, Messrs,
Charles Sehrader, I N' ICoone. The tict
tne"tlmr will bo held on Wediiesdnv even.
Iiim. the ICth, nt .Mrs. John Nelson's, MS
13ast Seventeenth street,
Mr V O Kmart, Ir, enlertnlned a large
number or his oung lady nnd gentlemen
friends nt his elegant home on Independ
ence avenue last Monday night Dancing,
up Jcnltlns and olher gimes were enJooil
h the ouni: people till n laic hour. He
freshmeiits were ervtd III the large din
Hi hall at 10 n't lock. The guests were
Mlse Ilmnii Snnrt, Kdni McKay, Net
tle Canipe, N'oi i Jtlddnugh, Llda Hobert
Kit, Llrlf 11 icon, Zell Smith, Mnltie
Cothran, I3v,i Hentl, Imogen Noiton, Pa
Kelle, Jo SliiKletnn, Llda Pilce, Allot;
llacon. Nannie Vandirrift, Itessie MeMll
Ian, Carrie Hicon Pearl Hurton, Jessie
Klnineat, Ada Coihran, P.va Kbert nnd
Allie Smut. Messis V O Smart Jr,
All in P. Ovlatt, 1 It lit-- Mcers, Clarence
N'eal, llitriv W iggener, John Conovei, Hu-
ford C U it nail Walter C Palmer, Al
bert M lle.itt, lldpill U Jones, George It.
lleatty, Kellogg Smith, Victor Yong,
Prink Miinson, Kliiu r Sjnfoid, Itobert 13.
Pujne nnd James II. Yeager.
On Jnmiary 1 nt r o'clock p m, nt the
Weslport Itapllst church Miss Ktlle P.
Thomns wns united In marriage to Mr
Charles 1311l The bride Is Hie slstet of
Ml James H Hoiit. of Weslport, nnd niece
of Mr Peer", of South Troost nventie, and
has made her home with her mint for some
eats The groom is the onlv son of Mr
Samuel 13111s and one of tho successful
voung business men of Westport, being
engaged with his father In banking nnd
other business enterprises The blld.ii
couple enured the church from the norlh
vestibule, preceded b the uhets, nnd a 1
vimed to the altar, where the wire mi t
by the Itev. Washington Peace As the
wedding march cei"id the Itev, Pence be
gan the Impressive ceiemonv. Af.er the
rolemn vows vveie taken tho pastor pro
nounced a bli""lng and the bridal pittv
lft the church In the south vestibule and
repaired to Kills' hall, where about fortv
of the most Intimate friends of both fam
ilies were entertained until n late hour
Klrgant lefreshnients vveie served Mr.
anil .Mrs Kills will be at homo after Jan
uiry IS at their preit new home, I'orty
Ilrst and South Walnut streets
Miss Addle 31 , daughter of Jlr and Mrs
S 31 Goddard, of 111" llillevue avenue,
was man led to .Mr Louis Slum tu of this
ilt lUv. Di J W Love peifoinied the
tt lemony and 3Ir II J SH-on rendeied
the wedding mirch Among the friends
present were Mr mil 3Irs Andeison, 3Ir.
Cmtl3 I.i Porge, 3Ir and 3Irs John Hetsh,
l)r and Mrs 31 ithK Mr and .Mrs Mc
P.ulden. 3lrs. Clark 3Ir mil Mrs Andiew
X.ahner, 3lr and 3lrs .Morris Sloman, 3Ir
and Mrs Alfred Churihinnn, 31lss Ldl.i
Li Porge Mi mil .Mrs p Pollack, .Mr.
ami 3Irr. Cannon. .Mr and Mis M. J. Clod
ilard, 3Irs Kdvv.inls, Mrs 31 31urphy, .Mr
and 3Its Muellei Mr nnd .Mrs lilnke,
P.-ofCfi.or and Mrs Mohler, Mrs. Chatham,
.Mr nnd Mrs lnnt Jli W 111 Austin nnd
3Irs. Sheldner, of Lincoln N'eb The pros
ems were numeiotii and handsome.
A quiet wedding took plncc at tho home
of Jlr. and 3Irs. J P. Darling, of 1C09 Oak
stieet, on Wfdnesd.iv ufti rnoon at 3
o clock The contrai ting panics were JIIss
-Mamie 13 Darling and Mr Gforgc P 3111
ler, of Pails, JIo The letemony was jiet
foi med by the Kcv .Mi Hawkins, of the
Ldla Avenue 31 13 ihurch After con
giatulatlons a eholi e lepnst was srived.
Mr nnd 31rs Mill. r lift by evening train
fot their home In Paris, where a meptlon
was tendircd them b tho groom'i. mother.
New Yeii'i eve wns selected for the
mnirlngo of 3113 L L P.agin, of Chicago,
to Jlr. A It Goodman, of this citv Itev.
J. W Love.ot St Piul's Itefonned t lunch,
ollltlated The cei oniony took place at tho
home of the groom, 1&G Jeffeison i-troat.
Among the near friends present weic,
.Mr and Jlrs. L C Frosser. 3IIss Mamlo
Darling, 31rs Huberts nnd two daughters,
Jllbses Anna nnd Dora Goodman, .Mrs 3Ic
Coy, 3Ii. CJLorie 3llller and JIi John Nay
lor. Mr. Alfred T Wolfson a former resi
dent of this lit, and -Miss Hose Jacobs,
of Hoonvllle. Jlo , were inairled at tin
home of the bride, In Boonvllle, JIo, last
Tuesdny, January 1 nnd aro now In the
city visiting their unde, Jlr. It Wolfson,
of 1512 Wandottc street.
3Iany Invited guests assembled at the
risldence of Geoige W Vogel Porty
thlrd and State Lino streets, last 3Ionday
evening to witness tho mairlace ctiemony
of 31lss Jlollle Vogel to Jlr Paul It
Brown Itev G I' U.iity peiformed tho
ceremony and all then repaired to the
dining! coin and partook of the elegnnt
wedding ftast. Among the many hnndsoma
presents were a house and lot, given by
the bilde's parent Jlr and Jlrs Drown
will resldo In Westport.
A prettv wedding occurred Tuesdiy
evening list, at the homo of tho brides
paients, 3113 I3ast Sixteenth street. Tho
lontnictlng parties were Jllss Neljlo
JHnsih. of this city, nnd Jlr S I' JIc
Connell, of St Louis, .Mo The ceremony
was performed bv Itev. S Jl. Neal After
congratulations the party sat down to nn
elegant s ipper Tho presents were num
eious and beautiful lttlatlvus and a few
intimate friends were In attendance The
btldil couplo left tho same evenlnt; for
St. Louis, their future home.
Wednesday la-t Jlrs O Jt. Gentry, Jr
of Independence, entertained the Ladles'
J'aniy Work Club at lur home, on North
1'leusant street A number of Invited
guests were present who participated In
tho hosplt illtles In the afternoon. He
frcshnients were Eerved nnd tho time was
spent In conversation. Thobe present
were: Jlesdames N II Gaines, y ,,
Cunningham, P P W'jatt, S C Chnpllne,
H A Hartlett, J H. Jlontngue, W Jl
Oregi,', 31 W, Andeison, riemlng Pen,
dlcton, J C Pendleton, T C Creel, T
N Smith, J W Jlorcer, Collin I'eeplei.
and .Mrs lloatw right, of Marshall, Hcu
ben Gentr, Jllstes Jtollle Hughes, Graco
Line, Jlollle Gentr)-.
An event In military elides was the first
annual banquet given h Compan I'. Thlld
lrglmeiit, N (1 M, Tuesday night last at
Independent a In Armor) hall The occasion
was in ide a memorable one by the prts
enie of en-monbers of the company. Tho
large drill room was convent d Into a ban.
que tin it hill nnd tho walls were decorated
profusely for tlio occasion Howers of ever
greens wcr-ln profusion and the banquet
ing tables, In their snowy white draping,
formed the Initial letter of the iomp.iii).
W N. Southern, an ex-member of the iom.
pan) acted us master ot Lereiuouli s Cap
tain Henl In his opening address gnvt a
heart) welcome to the iN-im inliiin of the
company "Wtl ome and IlUtorical ' vvub
tho loist offertd by Cnptnln Henle) Lieu
tenant C N Leslie ictpondctl to the tout
"The Jteglminf J. A I'revvlil, "The Girls
We Leave Hohlnd " I3.LItutcnant J s
Langhorne was tailed to lespond to tho
toast "Ilruss limtons " "At Home and
Abroad" was tho toist offered b) C W
I.itlmer CJihtis of the evening were 'Ihe
National Guird" Captain 1' C I'laieiuL,
"The High private," by J, It. Noland,
"Service Iieiittlts," by W L. Webb, and
"The Itcciuit," by A 31, Ott
'I lie members present were eighty In num
ber and at 3 o clock the order to fall in
er P W I rankllu, J A Pox, P W O-oes.
leek, J Gallagher, II S li.ilnm John (,u
rhrest C41 tain 11, C Henie, r. H II If,
N. D. Ja kton. O. W Williams, C W Lat
Jmer, l Mosley,J', McCocwlvlt. It. IJ. llltu.
was a welcome call, ine menu Ulsiuasert AIr. .- j, y,,ul- of hnruce avenue en.
X'i'n'l" P VA Haa1Mbrl;.ev;Vand,S ' " "rfo ' """ '"'
Sf n,Vi W. li. Carmody',SUlVecUy; 0,ol,0" Urd0Ck' ,.
11 i- 1 c.tee r- m riov 11 i .!.. i' Mr. and JIiaTiitii 1' Wllhamson.of Tioosl
I fit, J It. Ncl nut. A. M D '. A Peterson
C P. k (1 i in, r Pa k.up (I T Pit
ton i H nlik, M U e N
Ptiilthern 1 mil Sppe(, J,,tnis SI ick, 13
Sli k S "trole W. I; Lemon If I Smith,
( Siiwiri. II I). Wllsoi . Il (' Wll'iin, t
It Wilson C It Whale. 13 I) West, W
II. Ward, P Walking. (3 Moote, II It, Ko
land, li C Hughes, P. II Hnirnes, C. N
Leslie, P C I'lorence.
One of Ihe pretty Juvenile pirtles which
took pi ur during the pist week nt inde
pendence was that given by Jlrs School
ing Chapllhe, Mamta evening last. In hon
or of her son, Jlnsler Charles Chaplltie.
Inntlng was the feature of the evening,
aflet which iHlnty refreshments were
served Those present were Mlses Tan
nic Sivope, Ariel Peck Pauline Klllson,
Mnrv Master", llertle Morgan, Pearl Sic
Donnld, Jlnrlo Lewis, I.mra Lane, 1,1111a
Green, IC itle Jlerccr, Katie Courtney,
Misters S C. Chapllne, Howard WIIon,
Hnv JIcDotnlil, II Gaines, S. Stone,
Chtrlle Owens, t.oftln Wright. Kddle Green,
Pied Nichols, J, Heardon, Homer Hogete,
Hirry Love, Thomas Swope, Chrlstnun
Sw op.
On New Year's ee Krnest Wood was
given a pleasant surpilsc nt his home In
Independence, on North l"Iia"iint street.
1 he voiinq folks had a merry tllne watch
ing the old vear out and the new )oar In.
Ihe )Oiing people nssembled were Jtlssrs
Lilt ltetiley.Ilessle AUIerson Maggie Wood
son, Pantile Henle), Norn Preneh, Corrlnc
Hopkins, Georgia Clavton and Jlntitt Will
lams; Jltssrs o. T. Parker, C, C. Chiles,
Jr, Heibert Aldirson, Louis Jones, Hughes
llrjant and Louis CninpbeH
A marrletl life of thirty-three )ears was
the occasion or t eb bratlon Tuesday last
at tho hoinn of Jlr nnd Jlrs. Lewis Illlt),
West Alton uveniie, lniei ndenee. Ihe
occasion wns made ti ineitiorable one, and
was cebbrnted bv the presence of foi tv
Invited rnests. who hurroundetl tho fetal
lo ml The ideilsute of the occ islon was
hilghtened by the picsenco ot .Mrs. Long,
,i "later of Jlrs llllty. The sisters had not
met for twcnt)-iilne years. At 2 o clock u
"iimptuotis feast wns sptc.nl. Jinny of the
Invited guests bi ought souvenirs ot the
ovent.
The twentieth nnnlv er'.trv of their mar
ried life wns celebrated Tuesdiv evening
list bv Jlr nnd Jlrs. Dr. A. JlcCnlium rt
tlirlr home In Knglewood It M their
ihlna wedding und the pleaure of the
oicaslon was heightened bv the presence
of many friends fiom abroad At lo
o clock refreshments were served bv the
host nntl hostess. Many oucnlrs were
presented, und the event will remain a
happy memory.
On Wednesday afternoon the Wallace
W. C T I' held Its llrst executive meet
ing for the new 5 car In the Prlends' mis
sion, 1719 Holly street The nttendnnce
was quite large, and the Intcicst manifest
ed In the work promises well for the ef
forts to be put forth In IV! A ery In
teresting paper on the department of woik
nmong foreigners wns rend by Jlrs Alice
New by, the superintendent, who nlo
spoke on the plans ot work. Jllss Peebles,
superintendent of Jail and pilon woik,
reported her work for the month, giving
nn account al"0 ot the tnonlhl) visit to
the countv poor farm on December 27. The
nntt-t Iguetle petitions are belmr very suc
cessful!) circulated no one it-fusing to
sign them Other tt ports were equally In
teresting and encouraging On next
Wednedav the meeting will tm held at
1GJ1 Uelleviow avenue nt 2 p m
The ladle' 0f the D.av Nursery w-!sh to
express their thanks to .Messrs. V.' D Grant,
Neal Hcathlleld, Harry Reed nnd Jlasteri
Dabney nnd Nat Giant for their goodly
sum of .7 90nlscd by them ivlth their
"Charity Hand organ llrlgade." Sirs. K.
L. 31111s, president, 3Irs. II N Cook, vice
president, JIIs Louisa ujiuwr, "if,
Sirs C II lieattle, treasurer. Sirs. Hugh
Sillier, corresponding becrctary.
.Mrs. tSriindj' lliulget of N'errf.
Reduction In hats. Sirs, l'r.ink Scott.
Sir Pierre Tortcr left last evening for
Yale
Sli Holden Hurt has returned to Har
aid. Jlrs Annie 13 Cole Is home from the In
dian Ten Hot)
Silts Ada Perry returned to Kemper hall
last Wcdnesd 1).
Sir. nnd Sirs. Ralph Se)mour nave re
turned to Chicago
Sliss Dorothy Stiles has gone for a week's
visit to Ottamf.a, la.
Hen Ltllls has ieturned to St. Bene
dict's college, In Atchison
Sliss Hattle Liebstadter has returned
from collide for the vacation.
Jlr. II J. Hrunner nnd son, Arthur, leave
for Chicago to-morrow evening.
Mis Lull Lennrd lias letiuneil from vis
iting her mother In Newklrk, O T
Sir and Sirs Howaid time are at liomt
to friends at No 9 Slunford court.
Slis J A Kbert will enter! lln the Mon
day Card Club to-morrow ovenlnn'.
Sliss Anna U. O'Nenll will riturn to-mor-ro'vv
to her home In Washington, Ind.
Sliss Kdlth Sloi ris, of St Loula, Is a guest
of Slr3 13va Suit, 711 Highland avenue.
Sir. and Sirs 31. II Losee ale registered
at the Royal l'oincian.i, raJm Heat h, l'ltu
Sliss Lonlo Hecker, of Lifa)ette, Ind, Is
visiting relatives and friends In the city.
Sliss Slabel SUDougal Is spending this
month lslting friends nt Canon City, Col
Sliss Lottie K Kins gave .1 dinner party
to n limited numbei ot friends on Now
Yeai's dav
Sir Albert Levering, ot the SUnneapolls
Times, visited friends In this city during
tho liolldtos.
Sir. nnd Sirs. S. A Klnsey gavo a card
party at their home. 1230 Oak street. New
Year's night,
Mrs P II Hovey, of 1410 Llnwood ave
nue, Is tntertiiliilnK Sliss Julia Klllson, of
Klrksvllle
SIlsi Slurle Hough returns to St. Louis
thia evening, accompanied by Sliss Hlnes,
ot Jlultlmore.
Mi. JIassey Holmes leaves this evening
for Concord, N. II . to resumo hla studies
ut St Paul s.
SIIss Slnrth.a Klock and 3IIs Willett.who
were guests ot Sirs. S. II. Armour, have ie
turned home.
Sliss Prances Jlatteson leaves this even
ing to lestime her studies at Kcnllworth
Hall, Chicago
Sli II ,. Hitter, a )oung attorney of
Indianapolis. Ind, is visiting his cousin,
Dr C, A. Hitter.
Sli Harry Loose left )esterday for High
land P.ilk Military academy after two
wool,!,' vacation.
Jit. Slarle Causs left Wednesday morn
I11B for St. Louis, to bo the guest of Jllss
Paulino beebold
Jllss Slary Walker, of Ilutler, JIo., Is the
guest of the Misses Jlaynaril, ot 813 !3ast
Pouiteenth street,
Jllss Jennie Parr, of Council Illurfs, la ,
U vUltlng Sirs Will Itogers, of Nineteenth
and OIlvu streets.
Jlr. nnd Sirs I' Jl. Perry have returned,
from .Sedalla, wheio they spent the lioll
iliija with relatives
Sir. J C. Hall, of Westport, entertained
hu. friend, William Ne. of Kiowa, Kas ,
duilng the pat week.
MU8 Claia Jlellln, of St. Louis, visited
Sir and Jlrs K. I. Johnson, on Jcfftrhon
btreet, the past wiek
Tim Sliirquctte Club has Issued Invlta
tit ns for a reception Prlday eenlng, Jan
uaiy 11, at Caklno hall
Miss litrtha Stiles, who camo home for
tho Chrlatmas holidDS, returned last night
to the Chlcasro unlveislt).
Sirs Dora Hood bmlili, of Des Moines,
la, is UltliiB lur parents, Sir, and Sirs.
J II Hood, 17JU Lo un btreet,
The regular bl-niouthl) meeting of the
Cutola Club was held I rida) evening, De
cember '-'7, lS'JI, at Curlhon's hall.
The AeI,ue t''u1' '" hieet next Tues.
Ja) evening with Mi and Jlrs. It. Whlt-
nc) Wood, of -11 (iarlitlil avenue,
avenue, gave 11 wai h pans Jlonday even
ing to a n nnuei tu i j us r. 1 sis.
The annual nueung it the Woman's,
ltefni-H ami 31aleltiltv HoMiital Assoela-
on win be held nt IJ) Jgurnal bulldluii J
i ."day, .Inninry s, n II 0 1 k a. m. A
v cordlnl lntlUtim Is extended to nil
1 1 1 e Interested The board ot managers
11 tneet at 10 o'eloik
Mr and Sirs. Columbus Mol, of Las
rcas, N St., nrr- ,silitn Ihelr mother,
Mr- 1', 13 Jlole. "Xfi Grove ircel.
Miss Clnrn lliirnhatn Mis Maud Asktw
nut JIls-i Clara Alititnall liu r returned
to mlth college, Nortltnlnptun, JIass.
Miss Alice Rldcnour rti'.i Mined )esler
Hnv ntlernoon and eveiiliu for her guest,
Jtl-s Hnzzard, of .Minneapolis, Jllnn
Mrs. Jncob Plohr nnd daughter, Helen,
liBVe relumed from the Kast, where they
visited relatives the pist two month".
Miss Annie I,. King lias returned to
M.xlco, JIo, where she Is attending Har
din college and conservator) ot music.
Miss I3tta Prledimn, of Leavenworth, re
turned home last Wednesday after a I"lt
with her cousin, Sliss Henrietta Larky,
Sirs Washington S, Penee.of Thlrtv.nlnth
and Haltlniore, has returned from 11 two
w 1 elis' visit with her mother, nt Liberty,
JIo
Sirs, llnrry D Senvev gave a dining lo a
limited number of Indies Inst Wcliieilny
evening In compliment to Sirs, Ralph Sey
mour. Sirs. J. C. Darnell, of Thirteenth and
Hales nvenue, entertained a few friends
on New Year's evening with musle nnd
r.amei
The friends of Sir. Harry Reltcr will re
gret to learn that ho Is quite III at his res
ldtnc Thirty-eighth and W)andotte
Btreets,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles JItitilock. of La
fayette, Ind , are guests of Sirs, Slurdock's
parents, Jlr. nnd Sirs. James Ltllls, ot 1036
l'orcst.
Sir. .Inmen A Reed has returned from
spending the holidays with Sirs. Reed,
who Is at the Windsor, Denver, Col, for
the winter
.Mr W. I. llw.art of Gurdon, Ark., who
was the guest of his sister, Mrs, Leslie C.
Perree, of II) do park, during the holidays,
has returned home.
There v 111 be a meeting of the Catholic
Llternry Ciicle Tue'day, January S, at the
reslden e of Sirs James Greene, corner
Twelft'i and Prospect
SIIss Murdoch, ot Chicago, will return
home to-' rrow, accompanied by Jllss
Wool"on, ot Toledo O., who V11 be her
guest for Fome wttks.
The tcceptlon of the Young Ladles' Aid
Sot let) will be given next Tuesday ntler
noon ut I'l ogress Club, having been post
poned fiom Inst Prlda)
Jlrs Charles Kdwards Abraham and
daughters, Lillian and Silvia, have rc
tnrnid from St. Augustine, where they have
been visiting two months
A soilal event of the holiday sason s
pecinllv enjoved b) the voung people of
Westport was the surpne party at the
home ot Mr. and Jlrs Allen
Jlisses Marguerite and Ruth Patterson,
of Chicago, pissed through the city and
spent vesterda) with Jlrs Jl 13 Howies,
of 1001 Past Pourteenth street
Jllss l.Mna West has returned from Hel
ton, after having spent Christmas and the
hollda) s with her cousins. Miss Annie
Harrelson and Jlib. John Scott.
Jlrs A JL rinney returned from Chi
cago Thursday and Is visiting at the home
of her parents, Jlr. and Jit" G. S. Jtosher,
Doston place, Kansas Clt), Kas.
Jllss Rosa Allen, daughter ot Judge A.
JL Allen, will return Jnnuar) 7 to Lexing
ton, JIo, where she Is attending school,
after ncatlon at Iter home In Westport.
Jlrs J. 13 Caldmann entertained n num
ber of friends last .Monday evening at high
live rrl7cs were won by Jllss G. Howscr
and Jlr. Herbert Dalton and Sirs Sllnter.
Sir. and Sirs. C. 13 Hrown returned Sat
urday from Jacksonville, St Augustine and
I'alm Reach, Kla. Sir and .Mis. Hrown will
be at home, 737 Locust, after January 10,
The Jlisses Sallsbmv, of Tracy avenue,
enteitalned Informally at cards last
Wednesday evening for Sliss Cochian, ot
St Joseph, guest of Slis William Houston.
A reception will be tendered by the
Christian Kndeavor Society ot the Tirst
Congregational chinch to the new olllcers
in the church parlors next Prlday evening
Jllss Ann 1 Shelby, daughter of General
Joseph Shelbv, of South Troost avenue,
has been spending the vacation at home
and entertaining Jllss Jlamle Davis, from
out of town.
An evening wl'h Anton Rubinstein and
Carl Busch will bo given by Jlrs. Jla)o
Rhodes. Carl 1 usch, JII"s Jennie Rose,
W. It. Maclclln-kl, Januaiy S, 18'ij, at 818
Porest avenue
The Jlothers and KIndcrgartners' .Union
will meet on Jlonday, January 7, at 3 30, In
loom A, corner I I. venth nnd Locust "Homo
Occupations for Children, " b) Jin,. J. C.
Gage. I3vci)our is Invited.
Dr. and JIis I i"eph Ptld .ire entertain
ing Judgo nnd Mis. Alfrcel D Thorn is, of
Dakota. Jinli,.- 1 homas Is of the United
States circuit touit, and leaves for Topeka
Jlonday, where ho will hold court.
Jllss I3dna Wist entettnlneil her cousin,
Jllss Saiah Hintlson, and a few of her
friends New Va""'h. Jllss Il.arrelfcon was
passing throunh Kansas Clt) on her re
turn to Hardin i allege, Jlexlco, Jlo
Jlisses Nellie ml Hattle Fnzer, assisted
by Sllsses Kittle Pelletlei and NVIlle Jack
son, lecelved (11 New dear's afternoon
from 2 to 0 at the homo of the .Misses
I'mzor, ,'03 13at Twont) -llrst street.
Council N'o C Ladies' Auxill iry to the
Knights of Puhtr Jtathew, will give .1
grand ball Janu . y S, at !; Inholdt's hall,
UOi Slain street All Sli Knights and friend
of tho order aie Invited to atten 1 The
giand march will commence nt ! .11 o clock.
Riverside lodge No 371, Knlcjus and
Ladles of II01101. will have a public Instal
lation of their ofllcers 011 Tuirday evening,
Januaiy S, at their hall, Slasonlo building,
912 Walnut Ftieet Sister lodges and their
friends cordially Invited
The Wnuvick Club entertained with pro
gressive euthre last Tuesdaj evening
ITfty couples weio present Prizes were
won b)' Sir C 13 Puree, Hrookl)n, N i" ,
und Jlr. W. 13 Kv.ans After the cards In
formal dancing wiib Indulged In for an
hour.
Westport Literary Club will hold Its next
meeting January 7 at Jlrs II It (iamett's.
Jlr. L. T. Ileindoii will read a paper on
"Law and Older," Jlrs. Dr Logan will
discuss tho Philadelphia und Cincinnati
tonventlons, and JL. Kramer the Kansas
question In congress.
JIis Trank Hearn entertained the J. T
1. Club, 'thuisda), January 3, at her home,
170J 13 1st Ttiitb stiiet. Prizes wero nvvaid
ed to MIm Jlttggio II lefner and Sliss Daisy
Stovvell, Sirs. Joe Helm will entertain the
club Thursday, Januury 10, at her home,
0C1O Walt oud uvenut.
Previous to tho annuul meotlng of tho
Athenaeum Wednesda), ,!u 1 'uij 9, there
will be u session of the department of
llteratuie nt -' p in, A prompt attend
ance Is requested, tu the object of the
mectliu- Is. IU Mectlon of ilunartment
olllcers for the present club yeai.
Hone lodgn No 1. Dtgree of Honor.
Sluiual 1 pi huii h No -'m. A. O V W,
will unite In a public InM.illation of olllccis
at tlieelr lodge 100ms, conui of Ninth and
Centt.il streets, Thuisda) evening, January
10 A tine llteiary ami musical proririmme
his been pnp.ued nntl all are cordially In
vited to be pncrt
Ruth Ileatt) entertained .1 few of her
nhoulmates at her home 011 Seventh and
C) pi ess avenue, December 31, In honor of
her Till blrthdd) She was assisted by he,r
sister Helen and 311s Slabel Havener.
Among her l,uis,h weio Sluy Young, Lyilla
Stevens, I3thel lllowur, Stella and 13thcl
Lludeinau, Sin) Hall, GiaUe Allen and
SI titer Warien Hull.
Sir and Mis lln) den, of Tenth and
Washington stieets, cntci talncd friends
'Jutbduy evening Itefreshments were
terved at 10 o luik. Those present were)
Jle.sais and Jlesdames A, Weaver, W JIc
Curr) P. Hu)den, G, Jloigan, Sllssea
JlcCuri), JlHIs, Scott, Houston, Jlessrs.
Clatemo JlcCuir), llayden, Hldue), Wea
er ami JIis. Il.umard.
At a legtilir meeting of the C, L. C Prl
da), Jauuar) 4 election of ollleem took
plan-, Jlr Charles SI. Hurt being reln
b lit led for keiotid teim as president. The
other olllcers are. Thomas A. Bukehle,
Iio piisldent, I'lorence Chuich, tccrctniyj
Carl hulzbaeher, treusureij Pet L)Ie,
rrltlcj Ilobeit Wood pejseaut-at-arms, and
Anna Robiitsoii 1 portei,
A reception was h Id ut the home of Jlr,
and -Mis, O J Walkttr, of Illue bprlngs,
New Vear'a tlajj from 2 until 1 p. cu ji'iitijby,
houe wi tieletullv de ornt'i with grow
ing plant Mt. Walker was , harmlngly
nsslste.1 b) Mr" Oerlher Mls Lily
.Mock. M'" lner Wltlle, Mls Halter. Jlls
Jloore Mis Herta llulter, Jllss Kiirnlsh
and Miss Hlaneho Wlllsie.
A otnpllmetitnrv concert will be given
Miss Carrte II Gowcll Tiirsdny evening.
Jnnunrv li, nt Ihe first llnptist chunli In
Westpott .Mis,! Gowell will be assisted
h)' 1'rofetsots Carl Husih, oti Holn Jla
clellnskl Jlrs. Jtn)o-llholef, Mr. Heton
nnd SIlcs 8p"iice mill Smllh of West
port. Hun John I, I'enk hns consented to
give a" thirty minute talk on some of the
current topics of the tiny.
A Molln nnd piano recital was given by
the pupils of Professor 0ler and Sirs.
J. W Lyman, nt llltl Porct nvenue, on
I'rldav evening, the Mih ln-t Thoe taking
part were Coin Hall, Albert 1 i-dier. Laura
Pord, Nellie Thavci, olive Smith, Hell
Horinetl, Miry Jnckmnn, t.lllle Ilrarel
Herenlee Cnthron, Lawrence Kirilev.Gcorge
Urnzel, Nell Covlnrton, Corn Weber, Nell
Slnrph), 13thel I'onl nnd Slay Grnnt.
At the regular meeting of the George II.
Thomas W. 11, C, to be held Wednesday,
Jnmiary 1', 3 p in., the following olllcers
will be Installed. President, Slnrtha IJ,
Hamlin, senior vice president, Novnda I.
Nelson, junior Men pietvlent, 13ugenla
Pllkln ti, usurer, Jennie A Clarv . chap
lain, 13mma IJ Austin, conluctor, Trllla L.
Turner, guard, Lottie A'Jojee Members
of sister corps are Invited lo be present.
Dcputv Grand Dictator Charles It Pick!
Installed the following olllcers of Kansas
City lodge No 12.V, Knights of Honor, on
last Thursday evening. Jtinuai) 3 Dic
tator. Willis II, Rawer; vice dictator,
George SlcClunej nslstnnt dictator, John
llllev , guide. Chillies II. Parker, chaplain,
I T Warren, reporter, W T Davis il
nanclal reporter, J. C Crtven: treasurer,
J T Heton. guardian. A. A Paul sentinel,
Charles Vugt, tiusties, , H Wheeler, (1.
W, Jennings and II. L Durtih.im
A New Year pirty was given by Slasters
Herbert nntl Robert Henderson, ot their
home, 911 Oak stieet Game" music and
lefreshnients were the leading features of
Importance to the little ones Those pres
ent were; .Misses Prudence Jones, of Olathc,
Cella Hrccn, Slary and Minnie Slunda) 31ae
Harmon, Pauline Gray, Ada Trusell, Pi mi
ce" .Margaret Hart, Masters Clarence Uerk
shlre, Andrew Hreen, Ralph .Morrison, Prcd
Trussell, runic Young, Krnmet Keating
nnd Fredle Gross
A concert of ,ho Wnrwlck Club next
Tuesday evening, under the dlitctlon ot W.
H. I'otter, will be participated In by Sirs
C. W. L'off nnd SIIss Mta Wells, sopranos,
Mrs J Oils Huff ntiel Sirs S A. oorhc",
contraltos Mrs Jennie Schult, nccompnn
Ist, .Miss Virginia Logan, left hand piano
soloist, Jlr 31 A. I'ursley, reader, and the
Dudley Uuck Club, W. II Potter. O. W.
Phllbrook, G. W. Curtlss and Will Ormsbv,
tenors, E K Chafec. W J. Slurray, II. A.
Haley and G W Hairis, bassos.
A number of the guests of the Hotel Cor
dova entertained ut a private dinner Sat
urday evening, Det ember 29 Those pies
ent were Sir nnd Sits. A Newell, Jlr.
nnd -Mrs. T W Johnson, Jllss Lillle Todd,
Jllss Tlllle Scheuermnn, Jllss J I'lagler,
Jlr W P iincy, Sir C L Plxle), Sir.
Albert Plcmlng, Sir Phil Y'nncy nnd Sir.
H. P. Dwlgglns. After dinner nn adjourn
ment wns made to parlor A, where the
party Indulged In progressive high five
until midnight Prizes were won by Sir
Yancy and Sir. I'lxley.
The T L C gave a part) New Yeai's
eve at the home of Sir and Sirs C 13.
I'lnla), In H)de park Guests were. P.oy
31. Jack"oii, Oliver II C.crr), Joe I, Itul
ley, Woodson Longan, Llosd Tuttle,
Charles Tuttle, Walter Terry, Will Wnlker,
Leslie Rosenbury, IJert Prince, W)ett
Hayes, Pearl Puller, Alice ltosenbur),
Theron Lvnde, Pnnnlc Tarsons, Kdlth Phil
ips, Anna Robertson, Berenice Wells,
Stable Puller, Hell Jackson, Julia Jack
son, Jessie W?lls, Ruth Richardson, lles
sle Thomson, Sirs. P. G Robeitson, Silt,
Hugh Stiller, Sir. and Mrs. C. 13. Plnlay.
A watch party was held nt the residence
of Sirs Julia Kerens, 1217 Penn street, last
Monday evening Card pl.a) lug was the
principal fe.itme of the evening The first
prizes were won by Sir. J. T Hallet and
JIIss Agnes Glenn. Consolations by Sirs.
J T. Hallet and Sir. lien T l'lgg. Other
guests were- Sllsses Lottie Vincent, Agnes
Glenn, Slarle Probst, I'rinces Thrasher,
Nannie Kerens, Ona Long, Nellie Newell;
Slessrs 31 IJlake, Charles and Gustavo
King, Slelton Kerens. Richard W. Hallet,
Ilobeit Glenn, Ren T l'lgg, J, S. Blake,
Charles Kerens Lunch was served at
IJ p in '
A sin prise and watch party was tendered
to Silts Sin) me Gehilng on New Year's
ove nt her home, 1G2G Holmes street, by the
choir and )oung people of the German
Evangelical church. The hours vv ere spent
In gnmes and lastly watching the old )car
out and the new In Those present were
3II"ei Slinnle Korsme)er, Ida Hoop, Liz
zie Helm eke, 13mma Tell. Julia Korsme)cr,
Anna Wov t, Ldia Peil, Slary Helneke,
Slinnle Thies, Louise G' bring, Helen
Grosse, Dora Tides Mis William Gehrlng,
and the Slessrs Willi 1m Luther, George
W. Llddel, Bert Kuebler, 13 W Gehrlng,
Pretl Doennlcke, Henry Ileitis, Hy Thles,
of Galveston, Te.x., and Chniles Zeller, of
St Louis.
The 31. O 11. Club of girls very delight
fully entertained a number of their friends
at the home of the Sllsses Challln, ."9C.
Cherry stieet, Thursda) evcnlng.December
37. Jllstletoe, holly and evergreen hung
In profusion. Ktficshments were served
at 10 JO o Lloek The members and their
guests were Kugenl.i Bcoslu Ch.ifliti, Slary
Hampton, Kate Dawson, Kllzabeth Goodhue,
Mabel Chase, Hetsle Knox, Alice Dawson,
Alice Collins, Grace Ilawcs, Nt Hie and Hes-
sle Withers, Katherlno Gray, Kdith nnd
13dna Chase, Slessrs. Will llclte, Walter
Collins, thailes Tuttle, Roy Rush, Hal
Itedenb iui.li, lid Ciomwtll, Ta)lor Dun
can, 13d Cramtr, Louie Root, Harry yiskc
and John Blackburn
A pleasant New Year's eve party was
given at their home, 2102 Kast Ninth btreet,
Inst Jlonday evening by Sir. and Jlrs.
James Whltlleld The hosts and guests
watched tho death of the old yiar
and tho blith of the new )ear. Tho
house was profusely decorated. There
were present: Jlr. and Sirs S K I3d
waids, Jlr and Jlrs. Tred Wilson, Sir, and
JIis Claicneo Hill, Mr. and Jlrs. I'red
Leeds, Jit and Jlrs John Ilarnlilll, Jlr.
and Jlrs. James Whltlleld, JIis A. Ly
dlck, Jlrs L. Luce, Jlisses Jlargaret Can
Held, Lucille Romancer, Kate Jlurphy,
Maggie ltc)noIds, I'lorence Wilson, Anna
Jl Stone Ileitle Ilarnlilll, Lo unle Craig,
Anna Stone, 1311a J. Stone, .Messrs. Thomas
Cnmmlngs. J. llobrlck, James Gibson,
Oeorgo 13 Hell, Carl Kdwards, W. C
Whltlleld. Geoige N. Petty and William
liolton
Jllss Katherlne Cannon entertained tho
XX High Plve Club last Wednesday even
ing nt her home on Kast Tenth street.
Some delightful music was rendere.1 by
Jllss Coilnno Leahy, and Jlr Iiiadky. A
djlnt) lunch w.ia seivcd, after which the
prUes were aw.aided Jllss Ktla Jladdox
uinl Jll Jumes Tackett won the (list nrlzes.
and Jibs Jlay Coblelgh and Sir W. Slier
Idun vveie awarded tho second prizes Thoie
piesent were Sir and Sirs Schiller, Sir.
and Mis Will Conner, Sir and Sirs, Slan
or Williamson, Sllsses Tatsle Slai Glllls,
Corlnno Leahy, Ktla Sl.addox, Slargery
lleckenhatif, Pannlo MiClllll, .May Sliid
doi. Slay Coblelgh, Katherlno Cannon, Vnl
lie Cannon, Anna JkGlllls, Jlessrs J Wen
dorf, W. Sheridan, W, I', Smith, James
Tackett, Harry lluik, WIllIo Cannon, l
lludd, J. T. Smith, Chan Tel will and I'red
lJudley.
Jllss Julia Bauer was agreeably surprised
at the home ot her parents, 2J2.1 Baltimore
avenue, last Jlonday evening b) a merry
company of )oung people, who watched the
passing of the old 5 ear and the coming of
the new Among those present ueic. Sllss
es A. Richter, It Wlnzor, I. Nealle. ,,
Winder, K, I'lnnlgan, K. Walteis, P Wai.
ters, It. Smith. C Wlchmann, Jl Kdglng.
ion. Jl Ingram T, Hlchter, SI Kublt
check. L, Kubltcheek, K, Belter, A, Belter,
C. Bauer, 13 Schumacher, R, Schumacher,
N Iriicy, J Belter. II. Oswald, S rischer,
31. Bauer, Jllss J Hauer.SI.Wuizer; Jlessrs.
W liauer, 11. iticmei, it. jxeane, w, ueim,
J. Kr.ist, U. Kltzgculd, II. Smith, W
Oswald. It. PlbChci. O. Hammond. II.
Wlchmann, 13. Bentle, JL Belter, J, Hull.
L. Gllle, J. Prelllnger, 11. Schumacher. II.
Lost, 13. Smith. C. Schulz. C. Itlchter, J.
S.iw)cr. 1' Keck, C. Bauer, . Lacy and
H Jlellod)
A prilty fancy dress party was given
New Ycai't) eve .at Warwick hall, Ninth
und Central sueets, by Sirs. George Malt-
and Jlrs. Jte Jirannont naalstea bJ
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The Popular and Reliable
111 l&Ji.l2r STREET.
quite a number of vouns ladles The
two reception rooms were tastefully dec
orated with palms and ferns nnd the
Kiiesti were Invited to a handomel) pre
pared tiblo nt 12 o clock. The miosis
were- Jlessrs. and Jlesdames J. A
rrnmc, Steve 13111s, C.antleld, C.
felmpson, W N'ettleton, O Hddl
son, O Slaltby, Joe Sharp, Joo Bran
ncn, T I.lbby, W franklin, A Sim
mons, C Kerr, J Bllnlih.im, I'nlrchlld,
13 Schnlder, Jlisses Sadie Shnrp, Idi An
derson, Walker, Alto, I'ramc, I3dna l'rame,
Jlrs. J. IIiirst.Jlts.Allcc llvans. Sirs. A
Ward, Jlisses K. Cole, N'ellle Dow
line, Kate DowlltiK, Lily 13vans,
Jtaty Canlleld, JIesrs Georre Hen
dilch, Stevenson, Will Ttosers, Paul Hess,
John Itosers, W bhelhy. Curd hhelton,
W 111 Shelton. W. Alt, C Antel, J O Hamil
ton, J Camack, Sirs Tulton, JIis Schus
ter, Slessrs. W Slalone, Del 13ddy, Will
Peters, Joe Durst, George Slaltby and
Willie Candcld.
FOSTER 0NJHE WEATHER.
Kvlelencos of n ltecent Geological Chance
In the 1' irth's Kquator Are
Convluclni;.
Fosler'w I.eicnl Peireenst.
The slorm waves will re ich this meridian
and the other changes noted will occur at
and within 100 miles of Kansas City within
tw tut) -four hours before or after sunset
of the dates Klvtn
January 0 Cooler and clearing.
Januarv 7 Pair and cool
Januaiy S Sloderatlnu.
Jauuar) 9 Warmer
January 10 Storm wave on this meridian
January 11 Wind chantrlntr
January U Cooler and clearlnc.
(Cop) rlirhteel, 1SJI, by W. T. Poster )
St Joseph, SIo , Jan r, Sly last bulletin
cave forecasts of the storm waves to cross
the continent from 2nd to "th and Sth to
12th. The next will reach the Pacific coast
about the 13th, cross the Western mountain
country by tho close of the llth, the rreat
Central alle)s fiom the 15th to the 17th
and the L'astern Mates about the lSth
ltainfall ,tccompaii)iiiK this disturbance
will be about average and the temperature
will average below th it of the week pre
vious. The last ten dn)s ot this month
will avcratrc colder nnd bilnjr more rain
fall thin the ten d.i)s preceding Severe
weithcr. a Western blizzard und other
severe storms may be expected from the
21st to 1.1st
Tho warm wave will cross the Western
mountain country about the 13th, the great
Centiul valle)s about the loth und the
Pastern states about the 17th The cool
wave avill cross the Western mountain
country about the ICtli, the treat Central
valle)s about the l.ith and the Pastern
state:, about Ihe 20th
CLISIATIC PITPCTS.
Evidences of a seolORlc illy recent chance
In thr. ,a,tl,rK nnnitrt, li ml i,r,l run inn
numerous and coiulnelni; to be oveilooked,
and that Kieat chance bears Innumerable
examples of the great and controlllm;
lnlluence of climate on animal and vegeta
ble life.
Ucfore that equatorial change the earth's
of Cape II0111. ulong the Western coasts I tal The bill ntithoiics tho appoint
or South and North Aiium lea. through the mont by the nt evident of llvi commis
Aleutlan Islands of Alaska, through Asia, Uiotiers lemesentinr. labor. IK,, mn,..
equator suieiy cxtenaeu irom me vicinny
tnen aynt1'aA'iita,.Ihl!o1ltln
to Cape Hoin
At that lime tne souin poie coverea aus-
tralla and the noith pole was situated
nmth of ilreenland nnd west of Gibraltar
The reologlcal formations of the earth -U'ashinirtoii eh et Its ntllcei s n.,H ,
ns divided and destrlbed by Biologists will IroSn la to litvo tho Koi-vlei n T',
conform to this theory and to 110 other BrouP ' to 11.no the sen ices of a law
Western Africa and Uostern South America )er and secretnry The bill ptovlelesj
near nnd north of the present equator
give InilHputaiuo cviuintes oi n iving pos.
sessed, for long bris, tlnular clima'es, and
such ns are not now fount touth of 10 deg
ot north latitude, or north of 10 de. south
latitude.
ah nt'nnr. tlio Mctsrn coasts of North
America, the western coasts of I'.urope und lit shall furnish such Information anrl
the southern toast of Greenland are found 'suggest such laws as may bo nuulo the,
Indisputable evidences that these countries lmsla for lml01m legislation by the.
How Is "it possible for such things to be, to tho laborer, the employer, the pto
vvithout these countries having been slm- ducer and tho e-onsumci. Tho commls-
arua pi.!i."iX0Sn"u
c" tiro Impossibilities with the earth's ileemee necessaty, It shall appoint 11
equator and poles as now Blunted sub-commlsslon or commissions to make,
Purther back In thu geological history of investigations In any pint of tlio IJnlteel
eSoVbil ro,?ttehuUsam'"ShUl1 b ""ea "Xpe,,Sea
a?'ni,.rt,Rk,amatlbS,,!'l.neTa,nt0,,; '" he'eSc. of the .argo number ot
llasiei 11 North .Mnerl.n and Western 13u- commissioners cletks, stenogniplierb.
rono were in precisely " ""' "".. ,i,, ai";'B. en-, piuposeei m tne iiiu havo
aiioro'lslaneis Jggt Jhe govoininent to extent of
.pi... .inA..uu, i.itorrt or mi mo oceans are
miiiiit.w " ... . ......
found near where this thtory Mipposes tho
nnclent poles to lmo been Ion: 'twl mid
th shallowest i-eas ai near tho piesent
'"rvearMi'rASo'f'es the Atlantic Is abtlnt
4 i miles In depth nnd on tlio npposltn kldu
Sepln" T'liV'lMo'ocea'Jfs XA'ttl '"
neb'rls dilftp towaul tlm equitor, coral 1
and vegeliible growths ma gieater mid
'reforo.tho earth grows moit, rnph v ,
frejm these causes tho earth at the poles
lln IlV w illi'I 11(7(1 llll iui im n v "mill ni
imles eVhuuged Is tho only explanation
that enu bo given wuy u mm 11m iwu
eastern 13u rone a'nd Spltzbeige'n mo round
largo eiiiautlllis of fossils of animals and
plants that could Imvo lived mid grown
3...I,, In tnnlilll climates nntl thesn COUn
tries He uluiig what is herein supnoted ,
suppo"e.l uncitnt equator is that th high.
est lantls of tho earth ma now found ulong
that lino and theso high lands extend
tin ee-fourths of tho way around tbo earth
while tlueo-rourths of the curth's suifuce
l3Tho ancient homo of the human race
was In what Is now the high lands ot
AvU. and which weie, before the tarth's
gauitoilil change, on the earth's equator
in 1110
is nuoui luirucn 111,1.-3 u,., ,.-..--,.,. u Hint, hi hi, uppusmon to tne uemo
lev el. und the une lent poles hiiUiirb, en cratlo house caucus on the eiirreniy
tleepesi juris 01 niu uto i i,u. i,u cu.iiiuiuii m me c-iucus committee, salel:
opposite points 'I think the ittenilanco vvlll be general
. ln ,hrorsouthOU,Xmer,'lc.t Vorth" CVt" ,houh so"le membe s miy To,
Heniosnuth oX hoi h Amer lei Nor h. uile)v u ,Ice w,. .- ..,,,.. '. 'i?i
ALE OF GLOA
PRICES CUT AWAY DOWN.
Neter Before llnte 1011 Seen siteh
Bargains !
f"5
tlO 00 niejjnnt
Heavy Cloth .Incttcls
CUT DOW.V TO
sis.f.o
Cliluclilltn .Tncltetq
CUT DOWN' TO
S15 00 Klcpanl Jnckcts,
All Colors,
CUT DOWN TO
SIT. SO Lonp Coats,
All Colors,
CUT DOWN TO
522.00 r.lcctrlc Seal Cnpes
30 inches long-,
CUT DOWN TO
2.V00 Astrnchnn l'ttr Capes,
30 inches loiiff.
CUT DOWN TO
Ij.GO
7,50
OiSo
0,00
12.75
,00
Prices cut away down on
Children's Cloaks.
C
and In an emtatotlal climate This condi
tion wns utisoiutcl) necessary for thco
lilirli lands of Asia could not have been
tlm ciadle of the human lace with tho
cm til's equator wheie It now Is.
The hlch 1 mils of Africa at the head
waters of tho Nile nnd Con-To rivers may
be t pi mul the el utile" of the nesio rute,
which It could not 1 wero It not located
In equatorial regions Tint countiy 11
now in Its most nctlve peilod In the de
velopment of tho neKin laie, while In tlm
hle-h lands of Asl 1 the rnco Ioiik nRO
pabscd Its zenith of development und l
now on the decline
Tho African hluh lands mo now- sltuateil
ns to tho equator us the IiIkIi lands of
Asia who whin tho Ar)un rnco was belns
developed, und Central Africa wns tho lo
cated ns to tho earth's equntor as Centi.il
Asia now Is
Pvidentl) njjvpt was the Hist lountry of
modern ki nloirlt timet wheic civilization tie-
eloped nntl this .it cords with tho supposed
equatorial chouse and with tho hlstorv le
coitled bv Solon nnd Hipp minis that 13s) pt
Is so fin 01 ril bv location as lo escnpe tlin
convulsions which, nt Innir Intel vails, nl
mot tleslrov tho human tace The sup
posed equatorl il chimin- would htvo hail
but little effect on the countiy that pio
duced Barneses
REMARKABLE PROPOSITION,
ColiRrrssmnn Phillips, r l'piinsj ltanl,,, of-
fers to lii N!fi(),uiin I.vjicnscs of
a Uibtir Coiiiinision.
Washlntrton, Jan. 5 Renrcsentdtivq
Phillips, of l'ennsMvanla, has expretseel
a willingness lo pa) a quuiter of .1
million of dollnts out of his own pockec
to meet the expenac of the lnboi com-
mission. If CO!lKless Will mithntlyn tli
creation of tho commission In itccoidnnco
with the teims of a bill he has pio
senteil. This show of eatpostness lint
drawn such favotable attention to tho
meiits of Sir. riillllps' bill that Chair
man SlcOnnn, of the labor committee,
has appointed a special sub-committee,
with Representative L'ulmnn, of Penn
sylvania, at its head, to consider tho
measure. The attention of Labor Com
missioner AVrlRht has also been di
rected to It. together with Sir. Phillips'
ns.sut.ance of protecting the Kovcrnment
against the expense of the commission.
As .1 result the bill for national arbitra
tion of labor dlltloultles is for the tlmo
being lielrl in abeyance While the moiltsi
of the Phillips bill are belntr considered.
Sir. Phillips is one of the weilthiest men
In const ess, and while his suggestion
has been modestly made, there Is no
doubt or his willingness nnd ability to
ej.eeuto It,
The plan of a labor commission li
the result of much careful study Sir.
Phillips has clvon tho sublect. His bid
Is that the country Is not yet leady for
law on tho many indiistilil Issues, aa
tne best roim or remedy Is not vet nn-
parcnt lie therofoio propot.es 111 hist
bill that a commission of experts shall
COtlSIClCr tllO lniltlV IllnnS Of lefflCin litrt
posed, sifting the good from the bad
' and ascert.ilnine; the most ieaslble leg
islation to ue tocommenileU to congiess.
The commission is to be lion-pai tisati
and to consider legislation to meet tho
prooiem or inbor, agrlciilttuo and c.tpl-
Ml Tl.ft l.lll n.,,t,n.l H. ,'.
nu "' g Sture and Ive'buVi:
mss mcn 1-acJi gioup of live Is to
iwmuw ivvu iiioie iiieiuueis, making
,se en in each gioup and tvvent)-one in
'nit 'nt,.. ,.,,,,, .taut,,,, ia tn , ,..
that "It shall be tho duty of the rnm-
inlsslon to Investigate questions per
taining to Immlgiatlon. to labor, to
ngrlculture and lo business ami ieo
onimend to congress such legislation hsj
It may deem best 1111011 theso Kllbtects.
..... ... ,....,. - . "o ... ..
iiiu t-Aitciibea tu 1110 nincerH nnil etnnlnvAQ
of tho eominlsslon The special commlt-
tee having the bill In chtitgo expects to
consider ihi. bill unit peihups grant
"ca" en It at an early tla)P,
"
BLAND WILL KEEP AWAY,
Ihe Silver Cliauiplou uf SlUsauri Will Not
,, I(IlllKBW
Washington, Jun, 5. Thero uppear3 to
: . - - - .-. ,-
'rs would refute to enter the caucus or
" uuuuu u in ucuon, air, lloimun
caucus majority on what ought lo b
done, A house caucus Is for conferenc,
nnd nilvlco and does not bind memben
in nrlinn itv. tltnln . n.nD ,.
Chattmaii Spilnger of tb .n
I'O'Jltlon to the caucus Ho thought the
following was geneially In fanr of It.
Hepusentatlve iilaml said he hail not
signed tho leeiuest fot a caucus, but h
would not utleitd. He said he believed
'" ,,,'''i,s1,'!,s, ''""""S',0 ;rng members
together, but not us binding them lo a
course of action they did not personally
approve,
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