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WIH KANSAS Of TV .TOFliNAL. KUN1MV. MAY J8U5.
Ii t M of both the litiTS ritys are
l in ted In Itev. Anna Shaw s lei ture at
I 1 V opera house thin afternoon. Her
tu me I "The Heavenly Mlon," nnd the
i i'res l one of rare force and eloquence.
The W V. T. t has placed ndmllon at
tin tow price of 25 centK-nlxl the public
has tli rij n opportunity lo hear n cde
brnt ! speaker, who coiniunnils the best
lecture trPe In the East. Hut the . C
T I wish only to clear actual expense!",
ivinl luve set their llctlres accordingly
Mi 1 Shaw will also )cuk nt tho Audita
n .in to-morrow evening on Hint living
I iue of tho da, "The llallot In ltclitluu
to ilia Home."
Mlf .Mary Thornton and Mr. frank D
Mcrrlalu or Topekn, Kan. will be quietly
mum- 'I at the resldeme of the bride a l
ter. Mr- Edwin W. '.fa, JInl X) Although
tluro will be no guest, the announcement
la one of spei lal Interest to society owing
to the imminence, of the fumlllcs direct!)
Cordi are out announcing the marrlaco
of Ml s Mario Euan, of lolu Locust street,
tn Mr Frank ltlelly. to take place Tiles,
day morning, .lune 4, at 'J o'llook, nt St.
Vincent's i hiirch, Seventeenth and Oak.
He eptlon the fame evening at S o'clock at
Iblu 1.UCU31 xiied.
Tho month of May never had n more
charming eoclal ushering In than that ac
corded It by Mrs. llodKen 1. Wilson and
Mrs. O. V. Wilson at their reception Itt
Widnerday afternoon. The long vtran.la
una cua.iciI, rut with divans and Hid
with tugs, suggestive of ho"pltnIlt ut the
cry threshold. I'atms and snowballs In
the hill, with a smlla twined stairway,
woro very en"ectle. Tho hostec and
Mrs Jull.i A. Slaughter welcomed the
guists lit the first parlor, white the nlr
was filled with the fragrance of American
lleauty rop, nml frappe gracefully
eerv'ed from a picturesque table with the
bowl sol In cascades of sweet peas under
tho Blow of a pink canopied limp, b Miss
Trances EtiKelmin and JII Adnrestn
Thompson The second parlor wan decked
In break of iltnn carnations and pilms,
nnd tho muslo of a stringed orchestra
lloated out from n leafy alcove of this
room. Jllss IVnelnpe Hall. Miss Nellie
Evans, Miss Mary Woodgato and Ml""
Elizabeth fientry presided In tho dining
room, forming nti nttrnctlvo croup In a
perfect Mny slvan bower. Tho center
piece of tho table was a mound of .Mar
guerites bordered bv lilies of tho nltc on
a large mat or white enpo edged with
shaded green. Orecl and white nt!n rib
bons from the chandelier were drawn to
tho table by bows and white flowers. The
sideboard was u bank of snowballs edged
with palm". The assisting Indies were;
Mrs. 11. C. Harper, Mrs. T. A. rilll, Mr
1". 1). Tlrfany, Mrs. M. H. Cnwle. Mr
Kamuel Ayers. Mrs. H. C. Arnold, Mr W
I.. Mott, Mr. John Tavlor, Mrs. Prank
Dickson. Mrs. II, I. Wilson v,n gowned
In black brocado combined with blue and
carnitine of forget-me-nots. Mrs o V
Wilson, black satin with pink chllTon. nnd
Mrs. Slaughter In black silk crepo. Tho
young ladles at tables woro white J'res
ent were: Jfesdamcs II. M Knowles. John
A. Honly, E. II. Van Patten, William S.
Ilrown, Charles II. Ilif-sell, Jerry II Cham
berlain, Thomas E. Gillespie, ,T. A I.. Wad.
dell. Horace Everett. Helen A. Peck Will
iam H. Hyley. Charles D, I.ucas, Thomns
JIackett, Flort T. Logan, of Chicago;
Charles Campbell. II IS Down. I, C
rancher, Ada K Ipy. Will n. Minor. A
W. Allen. Henry r, Wooley, Thomas .1.
Health. T W. OrRan, Oenrne A. Itarton,
.lonii ii, wiira, j, ii iiciMUKiit, William
ii. i'eters r. it. nryan, jnini u
oim ii xemi. i
I.ugcne G. L. Jnccnrd, Matt Gnssett,
Jamts II. Pavne, Mjron G, Mnnley, La
Porce. A Georgi ns. J C. Jnmes,
II. Hnvelock Andetson, L. A. Cadv,
Julia G. Hurt, James W. Gaines, Leon T
Brown, P. S. Brown, Kelly Hrent. W A.
T Mnnlnw T ,
.ii. vaugnan. jonn v liannn, i;ivvard SMI
llto. Sarah II Jenkins, S W Hyder, J K.
Hogers, H. llrndley Sanborn, Perdlnand H.
Clegg, l't A. Cook. Clarence L. Ubree,
j.uuru ii l iiij, jiiiu ii unman, jiiiiih-i i
G. Strean, Henry W. Hvins, John T
Spirk". c w Denton, William H IlrumP
nge. William H.irton, Kellv H Thomson
r i: .Marshall, Willi;
W. Latihavv. L. A Li
Vllliam W Collins. Hoss
, Latnbert, Henrv Illek-
nrl Wtbb Withers. Charles A. Stewart.
Y Pinklton, Joseph H Sutton Henri P. I
Woodwatd, A It Matthews. T H. Hudson.
It L Ye.iger, Margaret J Jones, Willis
II, Lenvltt. Jessie New port Johnson, Rob
ert Sillsbiirv. Steplu n Wilsun, Jnmes W.
Perkins. William A P.ule William S Covv-
heril, l.lvvm It curttur. Prank A r.ixon.
'lorn J Urodnax. Juseph A Worthen,
Hern- II Hranrh
The lima II Preut. K L itarton. II A.
llarbhon. W. C Tjler, John C IVnnell,
it O MolTatt, J. T Holmes, H C Arnold,
Sumner Park, Greenup Bird, W P. ltlch
nrdson. Krancls J Savage, Wallace W.
Wait, I'lsses Turner, George H Comb-,
W O Thoims, Addle It Huntonn II C.
McDougnl, George O. Ilacon, Walter J.
Bales, Wllllim II. Paret, Divid W Kvrter,
71 I!. Mullett. H. P. Harbison. George W.
Tlndall Mason Gregg David T Morton,
Mary Chnpdii, James G lleedy, William A.
Crojsdale. Ilor.ne S Linn. William T.
V i t L ?s . Vi ' -. i- . ;.:,.
dale, John C.Gage MiMle G LatonU 11-
Jvernper, i. s Merrlm.im, W l: Ciov
Ham A. Wvntt. C H V. Lewis. Divid K,
Purnlsli, Nannie Harper, II. II Oralg, .1.
W Hickman. John C Merlne, Hlch ird Ii
VIUon, J. W German. I- P Ginves K.
3. Alston, David Meriwether, Itoland A.
Hubbard. James II porter, llairj P. An
derson. William C. Ouinlaii. Henrv P.
"Wooley, Thomas V. Bui kner D f Smait
Mary E. Woodworth, Prelerl k Kaufman
Susan A. Morgan, J It Snell. Itobert
Illshop. J. Carver Jones. S H Stranath.m. I
Itobert L. Gregory Joseph Mcln-
rath, William Wtston. Kneeland 1
Jones, lleauford T Wtbb, Kate
Woodgate, C O. White, PoTieit M Snider,
J p Merrill. Prank K Todil J. W. liisyn,
Charles A Pugslev. Walton Holmts. Jnines
I'. Jackson, lldvvtird S. MsKlnnev, William
ii. tan-as, -i. ii. tester, jonn ii. Thomp- I
.on, 'S111lam L CimpbcII, Divid G Nels-
xvanger, Hugh L McClrov, John Georgen,
William S. Johnson. W. Evvtng Hall C. IS
Washburn. William W Perkins, Samuel
ritzhugh Joseph Curd. Albert II. Monger,
ThDinas S. HIdpe, Frank P. Sebree, George
Long, Thomas H. Patton. David Thornton,
Walter L Haley, ThomaB H Hryant. T
W Itadf jrd, Carl P. Mlddnugh, K II Ar-
. . . . .. m . ' r. .. .
niAt TnTi Vflnh riiiriAa c ii..rin
William S. Wilson. Fletcher Cowherd. 3
M, Daniels, lienlimln T. Hardin, Herbert
J. Hodce. Abilene, Km,. Misses Sira
Hrown. Pearl Ketchum, Hackett, Lilian
Salisbury. J'e.llgo. iChadivtck, ,Vllson.
Illand, Dryan, Cuddy, Gosett, Clara Sills,
bury. Frances Wallace. Nettlo Alork, Sil
lle Cowherd, Overall. Pauline Arnold, Jul
iette nirj. Laura TlnJall. Minnie TIndill,
lltfii T . iisiii It 3dn n C'rnt flilnlu I'nnnto
Croybdals, Kll'zibeth' Ilrown. Gattrell,
Mrs. C, H. Hutehlngs entertained the
lu.lles of tho llancroft Club ill her Ideal
iiome. In Orandvlew, April M. Luncheon
wis sTvel In Mre Hutehlngs1 usual ele-
gant fcivle In tho grand dln'ng hall
Chirlotto. After an elaborate repast tho
gumts adjourned to tho drawing rooms,
where music was a charming Nature of
the afternoon's entertainment Instru-
mental solos were renderud by Mrs Snider
nnd Misi Pribbenow Mrs Freysi hlag gave
a vn al solo In the lit. rary games whl h
followed Mrs. T. II Kinney and Mrs.. W.
P Untli'id won the llrst prises, while
Mrs. A. E Plnkney and Mrs. C. S. Crjsler
tarili I off the a-lond. Tho Invited guests
Included only numbers of the club and
xv re; Mexdames A II Hrown E. y Ilor.
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!J. f nli:' -',-:, 4a'"ir,r v.r'-,V ;---cri
Walter Neif M'ss Charlotte HiitchlnsJ.
Altlaide Prlbbetiow ana HerOia llaglty.
,., , .-; ,. .. . v
Hlshnve was the leading pastime at the
Thin sdaiaftern.ion given by Mrs J C.
Gates and btr laughter, Mrs, Albert A.
Mirty and Mrs. Ii T. Whipple, at the
tiarii. noniRsieau on jnoepenuence a.nu.
Jtlfl.noiir Itobert Olllham. Itlce Ic Miner,
A p Mirty Charles It Hu.seji prank
i.auri vj. ainnin. iumian, i.iurni iiuird, :' .c 7 i' '.'""f "" iiunter .xi, .Merl-
Lllllan Tlffnny, Perrin, Ogdm, Margaret JSf'-je--, John L Parr, Geoige H Nuto,
It Cialr. Illekinin, Minnie M'rine, Duane, LSarl'J?,1J11!IU' V- J' J?1'-"1-5. J W German,
Harriet Duane, Woolley, Alma Snell Jos- 7,hl,0,- '""""I1- J.,-? ,PIIool, J H Lamp
sie A. Hall. Agnes V ll kman. Minor, ' - '-'-" Sieln. O O. Young, 11
Hleanor Mathews Louise Wll.on, Olive l, ' Deatherage. Walter Hallivvell, Andrew
Ilolfman und Nelll l.uca. ! -"-. i.rasmiis Wilson, w j Ewirt, J
uni . cnierpieco was oi clusters or tern ,Jne marriago of Miss Viola M.eins
anl v.olets. it was u with cut glass daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grander,
and lovely hind. painted china, the work -'on Means, to Mr. Gariett Ellison n -riiui
or the hostess' charming dausutur. M si day last at Ci-iitr.il I
mune iir st-oir-i ijrci;jii wcii! .utj. man. air, freu .xiernam. rtev. Dr 8 m
diitits Kersey Coates Peter Murray. Nce was the ofTiclatlng clergimau.
Prank J Italrd. William Q. Pair 1. The bride, alvvajs lovely, wore a gown of
"r..1 t?1' ,GrS",i , ? Slavcns. white satin duchesse. with )oke of t-olnt
V, H Ijrundajje. Fred Hornbeck. P I), law., corsniro decnr.ition .-; "il
mus t irBui.u .-, naiii-n iiuii n i- carrifi a Fiiower nouquet or lilies of the
A Pro'l.ett J I Jaekson, C'h-ul a a. xiiev. Miss Dold was In x..ihn inv
Pugslev Edward Tt Martin. I T Haram, tatln. and carried pink roses.
L. E. 1'rludle, Willi jia U. WlsanU, Il0Vi-( The Daphne Art class, of which the I
lrJ ,MrCM!chon, Herbert V Hnll, Ullllnm
Wllllim-oii, Mrt-m, Henry N 1, Prank
llrmnbi. k, J Chaimrrs Hall, Ilor.ttln U
Harmon, A A Whipple, C P Holtnin,
Jame- Mackenzie, Krank Simpson, M1
lam N Mnrli, lllehnrrt It. Klth. Prank
Onii.es, Charles i: Muss, rnd C tlunn,
Shannon C Uon?lis, Ml"es tleorcla
Mnr-lh, Wllllnore Jlatsh, and others.
Mrs. Jere H. Chamberlain, nt 3210 Hlch
lund aenue, received about -'.V) Bursts on
Prlday afternoon betwei a thi hours or 2
undo Her pretty home, lo -ated ns It Is in
one of the lotllst avenues of the south
eastern pirt of the city, was especially nt-
irncmc wnen ennanceu uy norm uecor.i
lions The reception hall wns a little Mow
of palms and the parlor, where Mrs. Cham
ber! Un and her mother, Mrs Harbison,
and her sister. Miss Harbison, nnd Mrs
Alex Acheson, of Texas, welcomed the
Riiests, was exquisite with the soft tints
of divbre.ik carnations Assisting In en
tertalnlni? were Menlamcs 8. P. Harbi
son, .lames Cli-imberl.iln, A. A, W nipple,
l.ulher Welsh, Charles 11. Ilussell, Thomas
i; (ialiii's, .iiisscs Jennie unnna anu iior
The library bloomed with yellow roses
nnd there chocohto was served by Miss
P.tnnle Itev nobis and MI" Atwlll, of St.
Joseph, while In the hall, under the kIovv
of n rose nlnk limp, punch was dispensed
by Miss .Mary Hehry nnd Mls llatterton,
of Keniuckv. Music bv a strlncel orches
tra was one of the many pleasant features
of the afternoon.
Hofreshments were forimlly served In
the limine room, an apartment that literal
lv "blushed a roy red," with Its quan
tities of full blown nnd stately Woottens
The tible Centerpiece contained 100 of these
mnpnlllccnt roses resting on a mat, em
broidered In ferns. Candelnbm, ManklnR
the border, hid tapers with "hades of the
Tine rich color. The sliver and cut Klnss
on the sideboard were hedged with roes
and ferns. Mrs. Harry C. Orr and Miss
Mary Scott Moxley were hostesses of the
dlnlnir room Many of the euesta wore
old-tlmo schoolgirl friends, nnd they were
present, too, a number of Kentucky ladles
with the charming attributes that have
Klven the Hlueurns state Its well de
served reputation for urace nnd beauty
All the receiving and asslslni! Iidles weie
In elegant full dress The aung ladles
wore colors corresponding with the fa
vored (lower of the room In which the;,
A unique and very commendable style
of entertaining wis plinned bv Mr. and
Mrs. Hunter M. Meriwether, of 1SW Wash
ington, nt their evening partv of Thtird.i
last. The event won In compliment to
Itev. Dr and Mrs. George II Comb". HtcIi
guest was Invited to a book game with
the understanding that personation of
some celebrated work would lie tvpllled
either In costuming or ipproprlate emblem
On entering the drawing room cards were
presented bearing nime ind numbers nnd
the guessing contest began. The nsspinblv
was very entertaining In personnel, and
a number of the designs were strlklngl
original nnd npropo' Among the book"
well Illustrated iere: "Paradise Lost "
"l'nder Two Plags." "Three Guirdsmen "
"I'nder the Lilacs," "Looking ll.ickvvard "
"Crown of Wild Olive," "Hitter Sweet"
"Scarlet Letter," "Henits," "Hose in
liloom," "Kosn of a Hundred l.eives,"
"The Three Penlhers." "Limpllghter,"
"Man Who Lillghs," "Ladv or the Tiger"
"Progress nnd Poverty," "The Woman In
White, rhp Dnlsv Chnln," "Pickwick
Papers." "How of Orange Hlbbons." "Old
Pashloned Hose," "Coin's Plnnnelil
School." "Spectator," "As In a Looking
Glass" nnd many others. "The Light
That Palled" wis ery suggestively pre
sented uy a caru Hearing tl.o words, "DM
i- r. i. -i. L.:.v;: -L"...". i."
n. u Cnmho Mr ii.nniiinn nini,i ii-.
...... ' . " : . . ' " ---.., ....
Hthelbert P. Allen and Mrs. Prank n
Wilcox. Thev wen- Inndsome books by
Irving, Hmerhon and tii"kln
i The rooms were beniitlfullv decked with
spring lings, brldil wreath blossoms ami
palms. Mrs .Meriwether was assisted In
I entertnlnlng bv Mrs Jaccard. Mr". Comb",
Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Gamble and
.Miss Nettie Moelc and Mls I.obb prc-
sided nt the punch Mls Prances Wnlhice
nnd Miss Louise Wilson at the Ices and
Mis W TI T.lln.ia it t tV, r nrlan Tn. I.a.I
gut sts were Mr nnd Mis Hairy Seavey,
Mr and Mrs. P.ugene ,1-iccnrl Mr and
.vir.s i rank hlmp-on Ml and Mrs Finnk
Montgomerv Mr and Mrs George
Combs Ml and Mis Leon Hrow n, Mr nnd
his vv i.. i;vans. vir and Mrs William
Pinto Mr nnd Mr, W T Johnson, Mr
uld Mrs Pranels A T.pfirli lr nn.l Mrs
Voiles, Mr and Mrs r i; Washburn, Mr!
nnd Mrs. Chirles Klinnsni. Mi n.i xt,
H n Monnev. Mr nnrl Mrs m n.,L'
Mr nnd Mrs Thomas Prodnax Mr and
.Mrs W. A. Plti.it. llr nnd Mrs T 11
Hudson. Mr. nnd Mrc John Long, Mr and
Mrs. Prank Ilagenn.in, Jlr and Mrs
Prank Groves. Mr and Mrs Prnnk Wil
cox, .Mr nnd Mrs. port Hovey Mr and
Mr" port Haven. Mr nnd Mrs J W Ger
man, Mr and Mis Hugh McHlioj. Mr and
Mis W II. Lucas, Mr nnd Mrs. W M
Hutchlnon, Mr nnd Mrs. It H. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. J T lleattle, Mr. nnd Mrs.
r. P Allen, Mr. and Mr". I). M Good
rich, Mr nnd Mrs, Ilobert I: Carey. Mr.
and Mrs. Jnmes Iteckhnm, Mr nnd Sin
ni-oiiore nowuy, .iefsrs. i lank Dexter,
j i rjrldi r, Chalmers Hutchison, Dr. .1.
rhi'Odore Govvdy, Messrs. Piank Dexter,
'I' Combs. Gilmer Meriwether. Mrs W S
WiNon. Mrs. Hamilton Gamble Mis. Alex
Lobb, Misses Nettie Mock, Prancts Wal
II ne Pauline Lobb, Louise Wllon, Carrie
The twentieth wedding anniversary of
'Mr and .Mrs r W Plato was handsomely
iMilfrhrmpil IfiRt v,.,i!nrtMil.i iitAnlni. 'I'lion.
pretty apartments and also those of Mr
and ills.. W J. Hwnrt. of the iiolmnnt
Hats, were beniitlfullv decorated for tho
leciiitlon of guests. The l.ieo drapeiles of
thu uirtains weri lleckPd with branches of
Ivy and the window ledges vvor set with
gliss bowls of white c.amatlons. The
nlano was binked with Paster lilies nml
palms untl livdrangeas tilled out tlit'.inglii.
oi inn uiuereni rooms, janies tor a pro
gresstve euchm game were prepared with
! tnl" ribbons In yellow, while tarnations
uuu iniuv ruses were uistriuiiteq tor thu
gentlemen and ladles respectively. The
prizes were won ny .virs. I'naries JIllls,
Mis. J. II. Limpe, Mrs. Wlllbim Stein,
JJr' )) K' n.v,lnf- Mr Voung nnd
Jlr- Oeorge II -Nute Itefreshments were
served nfttr the game Mr and Mrs Plato
VI Aria fhu Pad n ,nl, nt ... nl.w.... ..
were inn recinients or nianv eleir.mt nr.s.
em?- ,1,npy alf received a number of con-
H,r'l,tuV,l,.r eleirams-oiiie of them from
i1,elr '"Idetmaldfl laud groomsmen of tvven-
5y, 5f'arf !. vvhen their vows were llrst
."."" -uiuiuuun, us,
Mrs. Flato wnn trovvnei-l In -..nit.... uiil-
jnd yellow chlfton She w.ns n.ui.mi in
entenn.ning by her sister. Mrs. Uwarl,
Mis. John I, Parry and Mrs. Walter Hall
Ivvell. Miss Hva Nute and Miss Ida Hainll-
'0'' prislded nt the punch Guests were.
j: -,.".".". n"iyis ni;iiuti?r tir ana
J" V ' Ma.lt,'1s Dr- ""' J'rs Dedman,
A'r,8..,A,!,,-p ' Jf,1"-"1-. -Mont , Mrs Jlattle
V,ray 'l".1, -M,r' l,l u Jewllf, Miss Eva Nute.
-- da Hamilton. '
IrSliVtnrln.i nl... l.
was witnessed by a largo cliclo of frit mix
of both bride and groum, Their wide Ac.
iiu.ilntanc.ihlii and the prominent iTocini
position of both families made tho event
one of special Interest, It was also ono of
those delightful unions In which friends
could extend mutual congratulations v. ti?
tho most cordial sincerity.
The chancel was get with palms nnd
brightened by clusters of craliapple bios!
soiiib-ln all tho Itoral preparations th.ii.
was an exquisite blending of tint .....i
white. Miss Lulu Kanford aanr? "i.rii
or Ntar," and Mrs. W It Hogsett pre.
jocou j-aui anu c-ari .Means, the two littlu
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Dold headl
Cd a procession of entity lime children
members of the bride's Sunday Lchooi
ciaa. They were all In white, and vvo?o
pink roses. The maid of honoi. Mlia Flor
mce Dold. preceded the bride, who was ac'
companled by her father. They wero met
at the altar by the groom arid m. ..
soms and lilies of the xaliey. Her veil was
fastened with the same flowers, and she
bride la a member, wna In attendance, nnd
mndo n er nttrnctlve picture: In white
iv mi pink roses in artistic relief
A reception to the brldil partv. Imme
diate relatlvis and out-of-town guests, fol
low pi! nt the lrldeiice of tho bride's pir-c-nts,
l"lo Harrison Rtreel
. Mr niid Mis Llllson receive! congratu
lations In the llrst parlor, where n profu
sion of brldal-wienth lilossom and roses
itdornel tho mnlitcl. and strand of smllix
draped the open donrvvavs The (-ecnnd
parlor wns In pink titnl while, nnd tho din
ing room wits a spring poem In violet"
The presents were numerous and erj
Mrs Means, tho brldo s mother, woro
blnck penu rte folc, Willi thread laco.
.vits, D Llltsoti, tiiolhef or the groom,
black satin, combined with helllotrope
veiiid In Jlrit'sels net
JIr.. J (' Dold, Paris gown of opaline
broi-ncl with ptarl and Iridescent passe
menterie of (.rushed gems.
Mrs Hairy M Evans, Illuminated bro
caded "Ilk with crevttte crepe handsomely
Mis Ldw.ird Ellison wore her wedding
gown or while "Ilk nnd lire Out of town
guests were! Mr. and Mrs. Georre P
Hold of Wlrhltas Mr and Mrs. Pljn
Super, of. Topekn; Mr and Mrs Jnmes
Llinoln, of St, lrfiiili Mr Howard Het
tinger, or Wbhltii, Mrs Mnry lognn of
St Joseph Miss Nellie Senton nnd Miss
Mamie Holllngei or Atchison, Mls Vertu
.Menus, of St. Jonph Mr nnd Mrs. Elli
son nfe Inking nn Eastern tour. They will
be at home lo friends on Thursdiy after
noons and evenings nfler May 21, at SSI."
Mts. Annie Pnjne Austin, dnughtcr of
Dr. J. II, Pa lie, was quietly married to
Mr, Edward Olson Howard, of Salt Lake
City, last Tiiesdai evening; tit G.io, ut the
nsldeiice of Mr und Mrs. Norton Thiijcr,
of Penu street. The bride, a tardy ac
complished mid li-aullful woman, was es
pecliillj radiant In white crepe with gor-
nitiire ot pink rose". Jiev. Dr. a. -u.
.Ned was the ollltlatlug minister, and tho
coming or the bride and groom Into the
harlot for the ceremony was signaled by
ii wedding march In the soft melody of a
7.ltlier, loilowed by sulidued notes or "An
nie Laurie " Supper was served In the din
ing ilium, vvheie .Miss Jennie iutina pre
sided at thu table. Present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Howard, of New York;
.Mr. l'red Howard, Mrs, Mary Hovvatd,
Mr. nnd Mis. II. P. Child, Mr. nnd .Mrs.
.1. W. Grllllth, of Omaha: Mr. Prank
Mllchencr, Miss Mltchener. After nn
L'astern tout -Mr. and Mrs. Howard will be
at home ut 717 West Filth stieet. Salt
Mrs. Henry C. Harper entertained
at luncheon, in compliment to her
guest, Mrs. D K. Furnish, or ban Antonio,
I'cx., ind thu Inquiry Club, ut her home,
STTWi Pol est avenue, jestenlay afternoon.
Club members arc. Mrs George F Winter,
Mrs Hubert M. Snyder, Mrs. W. Evvlng
Hall, Mts E. I. u. Piatt. Mrs, Henry
Il.tkurd, Mls Sallle Cowherd, .Mrs. Wlll
lim Cowherd, .Mr". William A llule, Mrs
i V Wllon. Mrs. H. 1. Wilson, -Mrs,
William II. Seeger, MIs Einmn Heed,
Airs J L. Cooper. Mis. George. H. L.ip
s"V, Mrs. John Tnvlor, Mrs. John Perry,
Mrs lllch.ird Gentry
Among tho fecial attentions which ltev.
Dr and Mrs. Wharton received during their
t.iv In this city none was more dognnt
nnd dillghtriil thnu the series of timings
given In compliment to them bj Mr. nnd
!r Hugh L McElroy. Tlve last of these,
on Monday, wns aHended bv the guests
if honor und Governor T. T Crittenden,
Mr ami Mrs Jesse Johnson ind their
anisic, .Mrs. D 1' Johnson nnd Mrs. 1).
Powell Johnson, of Muscatine la Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. H. Scruggs and Mrs. Have
loi k II Aiidefson. Itecltatlon- bv Mls
Miry White, singing bv Mrs. TUtle Crane
McKlnney nml IiMrtimental tnuslc bv Mls
Theo Pr.iln were pleasant features of en
t. rt ilnment.
M!s Te Templer ot Hi; Troo"t enter
tained Inst Monday evening, In compliment
to her guest, Miss Llda Carr of Durham,
.S" ' The diversion of tin1 afternoon was
buttonhole making, with prizes won by
Mls I'llzabclh Gentry and Miss Sue Hnrse.
Present were: iMIrses Cora Squler, Kath
arine Sleeper, Or ire Klock, Lavir.la Tough,
Florence Devol Itunton Hi own Mvrtle
Hand. Mrs Ilalph Sevmour, Misses Itlrdlc
How "on Maln-e Williams, Sue Parse Mvr
tb' Klmberlln, Ellzabe'h (lentrv Anna En
glish. Ixiulse WIIon Almn Snell, Anna
Switer, Joephlne Swltzer, illts Martin, of
An aftei -opera supper on Tuesday even
ing last was given by Mr and Mrs Frank
lliumbick to Mi anl Mr". Egbert Chnp
nian. Mr. nivd Mrs. James H Aldrlch. Mr.
and Mrs Hobi-it Goodlen, Miss Turner,
Mr and Mrs. Wllllim J. Held. Mr. Hlchard
It. Han Is, Mr and Mrs Hermann Itrum
back. .Mr. Hen Hiki r. Mr. Walter C. Bacon,
and Mr. II. D. Ashley
A center bowl of pink nnd vellow roses
nnd guest cards with pink roses by each
plate weie pretty Dotal adjuncts to Mrs.
Hlchard W. Hotket's luncheon on Wedn-s-da
last. In ntti'lid.inve were Mrs Charles
Maishnll llnldvvln, Mr" W. Ewlng Hall,
Mrs. Itobert Iilshop. Mrs. Jaims Ii Porter,
Mrs. Wallace, or St Joseph, Mts William
II Wallace, Mrs. Walton H Holmes, Mrs.
Heniv V Harpei. Mrs Charles ... Pugsley,
Mrs Havelock II. Andeison. Mrs Thomns
I Hrent, Mis. Hal Gaylord and .Mrs. J. P.
Hrv Dr Willi ims, who Is pastor of the
Grand Avenue M E church during Rev
Dr Mlti hell's transatlantic tour, was the
gin st of honor at a dining given bv Mr and
Mrs T. ,1 Templer, last Satmday evening
ntlurs piesent weie Mr and Mis. 1'. D.
Kideniiiir, Mr and Mrs. O W Fuller. Mr
and Mrs W. II. Heed. Dr. and Mrs w. H.
Klmberlln, Mr and Mts James Hew son.
Mi and Mis W II Knotts, Itev Dr. and
Mr" W A Qu.Dle, Itev. Dr and Mrs. O.
P. Wright Mr ami Mrs A E Hosier, Mr
and Mrs. W W. Kendall, Mr and Mrs. W
D. Clark and Mrs. E. H. i.obliison.
Last Monday afternoon Miss Mabel Wes
ton, ol Independence avenue, gave n. high
live party, liv which Miss i.irlat and Miss,
Prlbbinuw weio victors In the game. White
Hags wire the eflectlve tlowets In decora
tion Miss Maty Woodgate bang a number
ol solos In excellent voice. Guests weie.
Missi-s Dade Slav ens, Stella Viordon, Madge
.McAllister. Lena McAllister, Lottie King,
lllnnihe Cnoleiiu, Jtanettt Andrews. Alice
lleikhnm. Kettle ltauson, Susan Hanson,
Louise Dlckev, Lillian Dickey, Mav Can
non, Nellie Cannon, Emili C.irlai, Estelle
Cailat, Edith Fia.er, Nell Palmer, Lulu
Siuei, Hi tllo Gaines, Plavla Gaines, Mary
Woodgate, Minnie Hadscr, Anna Hopkins,
Cl.ua lli'llo Ilijles, Id i Matthews, Mrs,
J Huston Hakcr, Mrs. Eilllan Pi Ice.
Tho History Club of "SI held Its annual
meeting Tuebdoy afternuon, April uU, In
tho spacious club rooms appropriated for
Its iis.i In tho Illdge building. Tlio ollicers
elected for the ensuing iear were: Miss
S. E. Steele, president, Mrs. II A. Par
sons, lco president, Mrs. Wllllum II.
Wood, Jr. secietaiy and treasuter. The
following Is u list of the club membeislilp:
Mrs. II S lleardsley. Mrs II. M 15c nils
ley. Miss Nellie Illshon, Mrs. W II. Hlood,
Jr.. Mrs. Nelson Cobb, Mis Con lit, Mrs.
J D Clough, Mrs, Charles W Fl'n. Mrs.
J, H. Foster Mrs. E E. NeeKr, Mrs. II.
H. Parsons, Mrs. Prances Poor. Mrs I, jj.
ltldge, Miss S, E. Steele, Miss Mur Phelps.
A party esterday nfternaon. given by
Mrc Jero II Clrimberlaln, of Hlgh'nnd
nvenue, for l.er little daughters. Martinet
and Nancy, was attended by n Inppy little
compani of juveniles Thoie were games
and all kinds of meirv making, und a sun
ning suipilsit In lefreshmsnts was the
serving of ices In biownlo form. Guests
were1 Helen King. Nina Klii'r, Hden
Eaton, Edith Eaion, Allu Elton, Edith
Scholey, Mnry Louise Gaines, Mattin
Gaines, Dorothy Hussell, Ellraiieth Marsh,
Italph Mursh, Ilradford Harwood, Marian
Gige. Jack Gage Inmes Chamberlain,
Elizabeth Itarton William Harlon, Lam a
ltelger, Stanley Mullett Christine Evans,
Jovco Welsh, Luther Welsh, Jr., T. K.
Whipple, nobert Wilson, Charles Seldlltz,
Charlotte Johnson Martha Green. Luther
Lovo. Lorulno Watklns, John and Walter
Grllllth, of Omaha, Neb.
My dollies are going away,
To Germany France or Cathay,
He one oj tne party
To speed them most hearty
On a Journey so far. far away.
Was the quaint Invitation sent by Ade
laide Maria Cannon, the 12- ear-old daugh
ter of Captain and Mrs, James S, Cannon,
of Independence avenue, to her joung
friends jesterday afternoon from 2 to 6
o'clock, The young guests came with
their dolls In new and dainty sptlng attire
and the occasion was altogether such a
one n tho little gills will recall with
pleasure. Guests were: Julia Shllllte,
Luelle West. Jalli McOrath. Herenlce Ed.
xvords. Mary Likenan Gertrude Ilrown,
Gladys Jones, Mibel Allen, Eugenie Jones,
Fanny Haugh. Elna Field, Hortense Hack
rach. Linda Loomls, Carrie Lewis, MauJ
Howell, Grace Winn, Maud Swentzel, Peg.
gy IJarrls. Florence Swan, Charlotte John
son, Huth Marty, Marie TIernan, Sara
Marty, Elsie Gillham and Edith Gillhain.
The regular monthly meeting of the W,
C A. was held at the home. 1115 Char
lotte street. Thursday morning. The com
mittee In charge for the month reportei
everything in a fivorable condition, the
domestic anairs being carried on with the
accustomed smoothness. A trained nurse
has been added to the staff of assistants,
and much benefit from this Is looked for
In tho foudllng department. There are at
present forti-slx children over J jears
and seven Infants In the home. Sixteen
children and three babes have been re
ceived thU month. Mrs. Ii. L. McElroy
ami Mrs G W. IPnry nr tho committee
for the ensuing month
Mr and Mrs. W. N Southern, asslstd! hy
Miss Mollie Gentl, Miss I.lrJ'le Gentry,
Mlf Cora Osborne nnd MIM ilvnsle Strode.
mirnaineii a number or tneir
on North Libert) street, Indrpend
cnec The hofpllnble home was for the
time bring transrotined m'o bachelors'
hnll, and tht kindred splrlls gilheted there
enlerr I heattlly Into the ineirlment of the
evening The guest" vver iniroluced lo
a handsome punch Irowl In the reception
hnll, nnd after capitulating gracefully,
were entertained with a trogrntnmc, liter
ary and musical During the evening light
refreshments were served, after which
choice wines nnd rlgars followed. Among
those present were: J Allen Prewllt. M.
J Cl"velahd, C G. Nlthol", W. N. South
ern, George and Jnmes Clinton, P. Sol Den
ells. C II. Moore. A. S Wright, Thomas
Itrady, EI West, (U Murphv, J It. No
land. C , Carroll, Preston Robert', Jr,
C W Hrtidj., II. G. Henle), C. W. .Miller,
A prettv wedrMng of Uie past week was
that of Mr. J 11 Hugg and Miss Roa
Wits'. Tuesdnv morning. April M, nt the
St Pete i and si. Paul chilrch The happy
couple left Immediately nftcr the ceremony
for n short tour audi will bo at home dtler
June 1 at 1123 Highland avenue,
Out of town guests at the Oermin
grand opera last week liuludcil Piofessor
nnd Mrs W. II. Loin, of Topeki, Kas.l
Mrs. Sinmbnugh nhd Mrs. 11. J Hodge, of
Abilene: Mrs. Lletilenntit llnrlli. of Port
Niobrara. Neb! Colon! I J. It. tfhnnklln.
Hon E M Harbor nnd A. G. Knight, nt
Trenton! Mr. nnd Mr". W K. Amick. of St.
Joseph, .Mrs. Dr. Johnson and Mrs. D,
Powell Johnson, of Muscatine, In.: Mr, and
Mr. L Wnchler, of St. Joseph: Profesor
A, A. Jones, of the Central college. Lex
ington; Mrs. Owens, Miss Knight, or Lex
ington: Mijor Sellers, of the Lexington
Military academy: Ml"s Rose Harris. Mls
Lillian Harris and their brother, Mt. Elton
T. Harris, of New York. Mrs. D. K. Fur
nish, of Snn Antonio, Tex : J. H. Hlark
nnd J S. Richardson, of Wichita. Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Goebel. Mr and Mr. O. K.
Heed nnd .Mr. and Mrs, H Reed, of Louls
bllrg. Kas.; Mrs. A 0 Parry. Mrs. Roco
Thomas, Mrs. N. J Riley. Mrs W W.
Wheeler nnd Mrs. K, M. Ray. of St.Joseph;
Mr. and iMrs. Peter Shins. Mr. m.il Mrs
II. II. Topping. Mr. nnd Mr. W. W. Shlras
and Mrs, Mnrv Ilowen, of Ottawa. Ka,;
Mrs George Ktngslev nntt Mrs Gilmorc.
or l'aoli, .Mr. nnd Mr C P Grosvenor
and Mr and Mrs. A I. Ahle, of Law
rence; .Mr. W. T, Itlghtmore, of Topeka:
Mr. Paul E. Williams or St. Louis:
Mr". P. H. Plumb and daughter", of
Emporli, Kas.: Mrs Judge Kelso,
of Atchison, Kas ; Mr and Mrs. T.
L. Smith, of Denver. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C.
Mich, or Independence Kns ; Mr. and
Mr", W. F. Snyder, of Joplln. Mo.: Mrs.
George T. Guernsey, of Independence.
Ka.: Mrs. T. J. Wheeler of Ottawa: Miss
.Shanklln. Miss Wilcoxson and Miss Grege,
ot Cnrrollton, Mo.; M' Louise Wlngert,
Miss P.latjch Rennetti Miss Mabel JLDale,
.Mrs. Josephine Hlltr Mrs T. II. MoNalr.
or Hnldwlti, Kns ; Mrs p H Snow. MI"s
M H. Snow, Miss Mir Snow, of Law
rence, Kas.: Mr". H j. Pig.., Mrs. J. D.
McCleverty. Mrs. Eldon Ur, ir. J. R.
Calvin, Mr. G. 11. Manlove. Mrs. It. II.
Redding, or Fort Scott. Kns ; Mr. W. E.
Cochran, of Topeka. Mr Georc M. Sut
ton, of Lexington, Mo Mr. D. VV. Grave",
Ml-s Maud Graves, of Ivevada. Mo ; C.
II Achenback, C W Wis". Robert K.
Warden, of Warrensburc. Mo.; Mr and
Mrs. R H. Raiding, if Paola. Ka.. Mls
Penu, .Monroe City, Mo Mr and Mr" E
i: Dunham, of Keirn Jio . Mls Daisy
Orton. Ml"" Dnlsv clars Lawrence. Kj .
JIrs II E Crook" Mrs j H Patton. of
Ttenton, Jlo., J W Jjhnon. springfiell
.Mo . Mr. nml Mr. D 1! Penr.ey. Mr. D
E Hopkln". Lawrence Kas . Mr. George E
.-eward, Topeka, Kns Major J K
Hudson. Mr L P svHrs Topeka. Ka .
Mr Carl Hofirnan, Mr arj Mrs. Louis M
Erb. Leavenworth, Kas Mr. Jam- M
llcoxson, Carrolltn-, Mo Mr A J Tul
lock. or Leavenworth Ka Mr and Mrs
M Snmmerlleld. of La.vr.-nee. Kas . The-
Gaidner. Lawrence. Kj Mr. and Mr
Louis Wlsneer, Grav Hcr"e. I. T, Mr
J A Weaver. Tre.-t r. Mo.. Mr J J
Tootle. St. Joseph, 5U , Mrs Thoaa
Strancke nnd Ms ?t-anck, Lexms-ton.
Mo , Mr. Louis H. Wu. Topeka. Mr and
Mr". George T. Guer ey. iadepender.c.
Ka.; Mr nnd Mr Carles Da. Law.
rence, Kas . Major ar. ' Mr. Taoraas w
Park, Jefferson City. M . Mr J. S Rath
burn, of Atchison, K.i Mr. ar.3 Mrs
George M. Hamblln ' Mexico. Mo : Mr.
an 1 Mrs. Will H. P. .-Kiey. of Carroc.
Tho Marquette C'.b gave a. rjs.jt!ca
and music ale In thr.r hanison:- a qt.ar
ters, at lf'; Broadway. lait Thursdiy
evening. The corr-n.ttte la riirr of it
club's entertainments sva M-srs J W
Murphy. E. M 'F'nn. II. F Evrs J. it.
Cleary and Frank-fPcrcs-IL Th- profrra-nja"
Included. SeKcUoa Eve-s Miaiolin Club
vocal solo. Mr J H.Do.i.:i.-., vaI dt.ct,
Messrs. Herbert Owtns and J K Don
alien; address, P.ev. J J. Gier.non. vocaI
"Olo. JIrs, Kate Conway; rtrttation MU.S
Marie Reardoi. j ano solo. H.-t--t Ow
ens, recitation W. J. C-ie; .oriB an,j
dince, Mis Mcr' Hunt From r- .tation.
Messrs Horr, Firn. Ever ar Murphy
Among thoe r sent were Mers ani
Mesrtames F J Horn, Joserh M"LIny.
llward 1'owers E. L Riersmidt J I!.
Hrae'cken, J H Donallen. C. c Allen.
Mrs. Conwav, Misses Nellie Murphi. Jo
sie Hanrahan Marie Reardon, JIaime
Angellque Fit7ierald. Anna Evers. Anna
Reardon, Llbl i Fsslan. Kate Doran. Helen
Rhodes. Mam. Hhols Emma pfafrmai,
Anna Cole Anna Iiurns, Minnie Collins,
Emma Dnvill', Hlanrhu Hush Mavme
Grad, Mdg'e Gr-ellsh. Mamie Sodon.
Marv Hunt, Nora Collins, Horns, Osweg),
N Y and Mayme Hunt: Messrs r. M.
Finn M F Evers. J Washington Murphv.
W J Maliory. D V. Kent, R H Hunt,
Joseph Sullivan. John Dolan. T J. Flan
nelli, A D Chllds, II I. Sloane, J 1!
Stollenwerck H A Trltton, Charles John
son Hugh Matthews. Corn-y Doran. J
C Swift, George Harrell, Jack Cavanauf,n.
Joe Erb William Tedford. It J O'Hrian
Prank Fltzpatrbk. J. W Soden. W J.
Cole. J. E MeN.imara, C H Murrav,
Professor Owen". Rev. J j Glennon. J.
II. Grout, J. It. Kelley, J. Fltzpatrick.
Mr. Gruudi's lludget of ew.
Louvre Glove Company.
Miss Clara Demlng Is s!tlmr In St. Jo
seph. Miss Meyer of St, Louis, Is xlsltlng her
sister Mrs. Crohn
Miss Ratteilon of Kentucky, Is the guest
of Miss Hortense Philips.
Mrs. D P. Hunter, of UP. Troost, Is at
home to friends on Wednesdays.
Miss Hnttle Obermayer has returned
fiom a pleasant visit In St. Louis.
Mr. and .Mrs. Thomns Dragon leave soon
for Chicago, vvheiu they will reside.
Mrs. George W. Fuller will return to
morrow from a short visit In Omaha.
JIrs. Nathnn Lorle has returned from a
visit to her old home in Natchez, Miss,
Mr. and Mrs William M. Reld have re
turned from their winter homo In Florida.
Mrs. C E Edwords nml her daughi. r
I.ucile, are visiting relatives In Archie!
Miss Carotin Plumb, of Emporia, Is tho
giltst of Mrs. W. F. Craig, of East Tenth
Mrs. D. K. Furnish, of San Antonio, Is
vUltliur Mrs. II. C, Harper, 273ii Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Loose return the
last of this week trom an extended West,
Mr and Mrs, A, Lelghton Howe, of
Jetfcrson street, are entertaining a little
Mrs T O Crotty and her two rtaugh.
ters. Nelly und Selln-i, are visiting friends
Mrs. M. O, Manley, of Lawrence, Kas.
Is the Riiest of illrs. M. S. Cowles. 211
Mis.. R Elsen left Tuesday for New
York. Ftom there the sails for Europo
'Mrs. Herbert J. Hodge, of Abilene, Kas ,
Is the guest of 2Irs, Jamet E. Seaver. of
Miss Mattle nnd .Miss Mezza Eskrldge.
of Emporia, attended the giaud opera In
this city list week.
Miss Daisy Levy, of Topeka, was the
guest of Miss Auerbauoh last week and
intended the gtand opera.
Sirs, Faunle K. Ilrlstol left yesterday
for a month's visit with her daughter und
sister In Washington, D. C,
Mr. and Mrs, T. D. Volk, of Ottawa, Kas ,
are tho guests of Judge and Mis. W. C.
Lbert, Ills Eabt Eighth s-reet.
There will be a session of the department
of literature of the Kansas City Athe
naeum on Monday, .May C, at 3:15.
Mr, and Mrs lllnton H. Noland have re
turned fmin their bridal tiip and are at
homo lo fliends at I2d Gaifleld avenue.
Miss Hertha Stern will return next week
from Niw Orleans; where she spent the
winter with her sister, Mrs. J, Seldenbach.
Miss Estelle Fulllnwlder. of Raton. N. M
formerly of Kansas City, Is the guest of
Miss Kettle Donna Gaines, of 1S17 'Woodland
Mis. W. J Grinith, of Omaha. Neb,
who Is now vlsltlnif relatives In the city,
will be the guest of Miss Jennie Ilauna
Miss Jennie Phenlcle, of Fort Scott, Kas,,
who came to attend the graud opera, U the
guest of Miss Mable G. Madison, of Zivi
The ladles' Missionary Society of Cal
vary Baptist church will give a missionary
tea on Tuesday afternoon, the 7th trust., be-
js nr lg it 2 e. flock. In the Sunday school
icuin In.) i ordlilly Invite all friends to
voini and help,
Th ! I.il ethics depirtment of the Athc
linoeim will dlous "Vacation Occiipatlori
for Chillrrn" nt their meetliiK next "lliurs
tl.ij nft tnoon
Jinlitr John W. Henry ftnit family have
moved front Km Ninth street, nnd are nt
home to friends nt their new residence, I OH
LI ivvood nven le
Mr nnd Mis Julius (J Seiltrohn leave
next Tuerdny evrnlm for New York, from
wheu they nll on the steamship Persia
Mnj ll for Europe
Mr I A Emerson, of Amlerdnm, Mo.
has relumed home nfler n. visit or "vernl
ilaya.wltlr hr ioiisln Mrs. A. A. GiAdl"h,
No lOJI Harrison street.
The Stetropolllnn Club lias Invitations
out for n series of receptions nt Washing-
ion paiK ii.iiing .viay ."). Jiuy is, juiy ',
August !3 and August X
Mr James Lee Hurt, second snn of Mrs
Julia G Hurt, won the nrst prl?c In the
dedanmloii contest of the literary societies
of William Jewell colli ge
Dr. Katharine Ilerry ltldinrdson. of Kan
sas Clti, Kn , will lecture on "Heredltv"
berore the IVderallon ol Clubs the llrst
Momlny In Mnj, nt 2 .la ti, m
Profcsor and Mrs W II. I.elb nnd their
little son, Wllhlm, of Topekn, Kns, were
guests of Mrs Georgia Crawfinl, while in
the city attending the grand opra,
Mr.GiorgeM Ackbv Is li'St l.oul, the
guest or her sister, -Mrs. In Welch, mid
Inter In the sensoti will vllt rcHtlves in
Pliilidelihla nml other Eastern points.
Mr. nnd Mr", George S Moore returned
Pililny from their Flnrldii home, and nre
slaving with Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 R Moore, at
their home nl Ninth nnd Cherry streets
Mr. J Sweet, traveling freight agent of
the Chicago Gnat Western railway, ntul
.Mrs. Sweet, weie entertained bv their old
friends. Dr. nhd Mts. J. M, Gross, Inst
Mr. Charlc" tt I.ockridge entertained nt
lumheoii on Frllus, Mr Clnti Cinnoti,
Mrs. Churchill II Rrldgeford. JIrs Con
vvnj F. Holmes, Jlr Waller Ilrldgerord, of
Par.s, nnd .Mrs. Robert Oregot
The Llnwood Svstemnllc hible Study
Clnss met lit Thursday evening with JIr.
JIary F Fcltshans, 1M1 Llnwood nvenue.
The class was led by air. A, E, Wnrdner.
Jr Llvltliis nnd the ancient manuscripts
JIrs. James Scimmon, Mrs. Noble Pren
tls. Jits Hugh L. .McElroy. Mrs JI. Rol
lins Wine h. Mrs A A. .Moshcr. .Mrs Will
turn J Anderson and .Mr. Ada II. Elklns
atfiided the Sccl il Srlence convention nt
Leavenworth lat wick.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Uruce Dod'on, of No rV!
Jlintiesota avenue, Kins.is City, Kis., left
Thuisdav for n trip through the South
Ttwy will be gone about n month, and will
ilt friends and relatives at Parsons, Kas.,
Dallas and Galveston, Te.x.
T'.e Jewish Woman's council will hold a
business meeting on Jlonday, Jlay C, be
ginning promptly nt : p. m , and at 4
odo, k Rabbi S Schulman will give a talk
relitlve to the organization and Its work,
All are tnot cordially Invited.
A concert will be .ill en at the Ac-idemy
or music, i:3 McGee street, by the Al
pha Mamtolln Club, assisted by prominent
soloists, Tufsdav evening, Mav It, tinder
the aupi-es or the 1 ouug Ladies Society
or the cmnberlami l'resoi tcrlan church.
The Star Jlandolln Club, under the man
agement of Jlr Bert Prince, will give Its
last concert and ball at Rales' hall, Twelfth
treet aud Porter road, Friday evening,
Jlay to Programmes and tickets are nt
Legg Rros muslo store, IOCS Walnut street.
About tvveno-tlve or thirty ladies and
gn'Irr.en of Riverside lodge No. 371,
Knight" and Ladles of Honor, gave JIr.
W T Davis a pleasant surprise party on
la-t To-day evening. In honor of her birth
day mrlverary. JIU"lc, .arls and re
fr"hm'nt9 made up the sum of the happy
Th Daurhters of the Cottfedericy will
met at 2M at the Midland hotel Monday.
The ladles of the Independence D of C.
-o.ie:y are tnvtted to atten ! An import
ant proposition will be submitted to them
All old members are request-., to come and
rrtew their membership the new ones to
pay their Initiation fees.
A delightful Afternoon a passed by the
a.ile of the Warvlek at the club looms
W.ineday afternoon. It is the desire of
the committee tn charge that there be
a full a:tf-ndance of the members next
Wednesday May iii'o clock. Follow ing
th a:ertal.-.mnt, matters of Importance
AttI b considered
Mr ani Mrs J c Sporlidcr entertained
at hirh av Tuesday evening. Tho decora
tions wir beautiful. Mr JlcCurry nnd
Mrs. CUnc won the prizes. Refreshments
: frervt-i tt a late hour. Those In at-t-atUnc-
vre Mrssr-i and Jle'dames D.
B Carpenter Will'nm Hrov. .te, Charles
Clark. A G M-Curry- Jllsses Jessie Swee
c, Jtayta- Rellly, Mai Barnage: Jlessrs.
E-Jward Zora, Clarence JlcCurry and John
soa. Mi Florence Sheridan entertained the
? B 5 Club at her home 311 West Elev
r.ia stre-r, on Thursday evening Among
.bo- prerni were: Jllsses A. Eddman,
A-m Glenn. Llzz'e Walker. P'lorence
Sheridan JIarre Cavanaugh Katie Edel
man Jlay Walker. Jte'srs. E. L Fischer,
J llaire, J II Tackett, W. Hogan, J.
Bo'part, E Mo-gan, P. J. O'P.i Illy, .T.
Sheridan, E Snow. D. Cavanaugh, T.
Welch and R Glenn.
The Bancroft Club held Its last meeting
Tuesda, April 30. and each member pres
ent expressed r gret that rive months must
e-iaps. before another meeting which will
& hld with .Mrs C. F Hutehlngs, at
Orandvlew October 1. The dub also de
cided to give a picnic to members and their
families at Washington paik Jlay 13, nt
3 o doi k sharp as there Is bu.fncsn to
ra'-ai-t Should It rain on the lth tho
pit uc will be he-Id on the 10th
The JII"ses We Jlott entertained friends
la.t Thursday evening at their home, on
."juth Cherry street. American lleauty
ro-fs were the lloril decorations in the par
lors, carnations and smllax in the dining
room Luncheon w is served nt 11 30 o'doi k.
Thosi- prisint wer Jlr. and JIrs. William
Monger Jllsti s Small, CI ludle WeJIott,
Hun.- Goldman. Ames, Ada WeJIott. Ma
tilb Goldman: Missrs Clarence McCurry.
Po.vel. S Russell, William Weldmcre. Kel
ley and Wnsson.
At tho Central M. E. church Friday
evening Jlay lo, there will be a musical
salad It will consist of a voi al selection
by JIIss Alice Dunlop, a declamation by
Jllss Man Stearns, a birltone solo by Jlr.
Reton und some living pictures In which
Tenni son's Lady Clare will be 1 1 1 n s. tinted,
In vv filth .Miss Newell SheiTcy nnd Jtlss
Adaresta Thompson will participate. The
progiamme will conclude with ice cream
and cake and ti small udtnlssion will bo
Miss Tlllle Rargen entertained the I. F.
F. Club at her homo April ;C. A very de
lightful time was had. The club will bo
entei mined by Jllss Jlnud Eofl, 13IC Jefler
son Jlny i. Those present were: Jllss
Nadlno Jaccard, Miss Grade Carl it, Jllss
Jlaud E, Swain, Jllss Vtlin.i Vlneinrd,
Miss Edna Scott, Jtlss Jlaud Eorf. Miss
Llda Pratt Mist Tlllle Ilargeu and Jlr,
Ch.itles Kldd, Jlr. Harry Callen, Jlr. Scha
bacher. Jlr Gioen. Jlr. Jiunis Eail, Jlr.
Prank Harbour, Jlr, Clyde Hunt. Jlr.
Clidu J. .Mead.
The J. T. Club held one of Us mysteri
ous and luteristig sessluns at the resl
dtncu of JIrs W F Nlcol, 13.'1 Washing
ton iivemii', last Tuesday afternoon. The
usual Intel eating amusements character
istlc of these meetings, together with de
licioui and dilnty rifieshmeiits, served by
the popular hostess, pnde the occasion one
to be long rimi'inbetid. on account of the
pleasure uftorded all. These were present;
.Mrs C. S. Gasiioll, .Mrs, John Logan, JIrs.
O. D, Hofmaster JIrs W. F, Jloll JIrs,
It D, Hassett, .Mrs Jlorrow. Miss Jlay
WnrnSi Mm, S Thompson, Jllss Joslo
Faiman, Jllss E. Sharp, Mis, J. Y Moore.
Jllss Joslo Sandifer. assisted by her tls.
ter, Jllss JIary. entertained a number of
friends Jlonday night nt their home 3CS
Robeits nvtnue, the occasion being In
honor of JIUs Joule's birthday. The even
Ing was spent In a very enjojable manner,
consisting of music, etc, At a. late hour
refreshments vvero served. Those present
were: Jllsses Lillian JIancy, Josle Gregg,
t,""1!"" ,".c. ""in "iKE. t.auie iirnves.
JIary Elcholtz riuslo Elcholtz, and Messrs,
Alex Royje. Harry Elcholtz Harry Tres.
trail, Edward Appletate, William West.
Shannon. Illggs, Thurston, Jlr. and JIrs.
J. K, Larimer, Mr, and JIrs. Dexter San.
Jllss Hattlo Haniford was given an agree,
able surprise last Friday, In honor of her
IMh birthday. Dancing, muslo and games
were thu amusements of the evening
Among those present -were; Jllsses Annie
Gorskey. Jllnnle Jllnot, Emma Jlyres.
Miry Jtinuney, Bonnie '.Myres. Claia Jla.
hauey, Jlartha Jlalln, Muy Walker, Ollle
Johnson. Etta l'ilker, Hattlo JIoKown,
Agnes Haniford; Jlessrs. Fred JIahaney.
Fred Myres, Hennle Jllnot, Sam Nichols,
Rertrlam JIahaney. Newt Itelckeneker.
Willie Qulnn. Henry Sthlle. Joseph Jllnot,
Fresl Haniford. Mr. and Mrs. Joe JIahaney,
JIrs. Mlnot. Mrs. McChales, Mrs. Young,
JIrs. Umette, Mr. and lira. William S.
Haniford and others.
Tho meeting of Houndtable lodge. No.
Uh, Knights ot Pythias, last Thursday
evening was turned into a Pythian love
feast In recognition of Vice Chancellor
George C. Ward's having recently Joined
the ranks of the benedicts. The ladj's
name was Jllss Annie Coldsnow. of Gar
den City, Kas. Mr. Ward did the honors
appropilate to the event by treating the
lodge and v isltors to some, tine Havana.
A large number of visitors were present,
among whom weie Superior Representa
tive S. P. Kennedy, member of the board
of control of the endowment rank: Past
Auditor Alex. JleKlnuloii and Jobu Dough.
vrty, of St. Louis. J. O. Hreecb, of L
coin, Neb.: nine John Conloa, til No.
THE FASHIONABLE IWUNE
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- BEAUTIFUL LACE HATS !
at $5.00 and $6.00.
ALL PATTERN HATS AT COST TO-MORROW.
GEO. O. ROUNDS,
E. A. Rrotts nnd E. E. Derrick, of Rrook
ln No. US, and Merrs. Bower, Miller and
Oliver, of Midland No. 1M.
Kansas City guests at The Elms last
week were: A. W, McKay, T. B. Cunning
ham, Jlr. and JIrs. Morris Phillips and
child, Georgo II. Orr, 1. .Megley, JIrs. W.
L Haley, Jlr. and JIr W. II. Losee, Jlr.
and JIr. c. E. Brmvn. J JI. Patterson,
Dr. Hal roster. W. s vvoo.'s, vv. -. i.an
ton, J. A. Kobeits, P. E. Gates, George
Lewi". II. L. Patterson, Jlr. nnd Jtrs. Wln
barger. C. R. Russell, II. JI. Hadden. John
JIoHlltop, E. W. JIc.Maniis. W. N. Ewlng,
W. L. Hnley. N. II. DouglorK, D. W. Ring
well. Joseph It Elliott and son. Dr. L. O.
Tailor. Jlr. and Mr. Rohlclong. Jlr. and
JIrs. Joeph Donahue. D. 1. JIcLoney,
Charles E Perkins. Prink D. W. Lytic,
Wood Arnold. P. G. Wllderle, Harrj Har
ris, Jr., J. N. Swlellln. J A. Fowler. W. II.
Carnither", JIrs. Ewlng W. Hall, Jllss
Hall. A. L. Campbell. E E. IcKenn. W.
W. .Morgan. II. N HnnK Jlr. nnd JIrs.
J. S Chick, E. JI Es-tell Willie Bannister,
A V. Bernanl, Will Harbin g, George W.
Painter. L. F. Scovelle. JIrs. JIary Sca
velle, E. E. I'oiUrfleld. JIrs H. Duke,
JIss E Hare, Fied II. Tufts, II. Haas,
JIrs. J. Adder. J. Adder. JI. B. Sleuler.
"Things sweet to tnsto prove In digestion
sour." sang Shakespeare. He foreaw ef
fects of food not made digestible by Price's
Cream Bulling Powder.
FUNDS FOR DEPARTMENTS.
lulnt I In.ioco Com oil t tee of the Council
Ctiiiiiilers Matters of Revenue.
The Joint finance committee of the coun
cil met in Comptroller Shannon's ofllco
jesterday morning and discussed the ap
portionment ot city funds for the present
llscal j. ear. All of tho members xvere
present and tho wants of the xarlous de
partments were considered, without the
committee reaching any decision as to Its
reports. There will be another meeting
Jlonday, when the annual ordinance will
probably be prepared and sent to the
council for action There was considerable
discussion over the O. K. creek sewer mat
ter nnd the workhouse nnd hospital fund.
Councilman Olson asked that $10,000 be
set aside for tho continuance of the sewer.
He maintained that tho oilglnal sewer
was nnde a public one and that It must
be continued to give the people tho relief
they need o badly. Hi" showed that the
amount he asks for will accomplish much
this year, probibly as much ns the en
gineer could llnish nnd that It can be
'pared for the purpose. The committee
was favorably Inclined to the proposal,
but left the matter for Unal action Jlon
day. .... j
Alderman Jtorgan presented the needs
of the hospital and woikhonse fund l'n
der the old appropriation, there is a lack
of nearly Wwl. The plans ns orlglinlly
contemplated, called for an expenditure
of SIS.OUO for each or these Institutions
When the plans were drawn up and all
the needs of the city were fully consid
ered, it was found that It would cost $20.
OftO nnd jri.000 for the buildings, w tos
nltil being given the larger nmount In
order to provide for n contagious ward,
something it bus not nt present.
The committee of the two houses, ap
pointed to Inspect the plin, has not re
ported, but tho members are pleased with
them and do not see how the city can avoid
the expense ns inlled for by them. Tho
committee will advise the apportionment
committee to set aside- tho amount asked
for As two ot tho members of the spe
cial committee are nlso members of tho
finance committee, tho apportionment will
probably provide for this Item.
HAVE MII.VIU) Till: hl'.CIIfZT.
,n Eastern Star C'lmpler Will Furnish
AiiitiHoiiii'iit lu l'rli'iiils.
The ladles of Hesperia chapter, No. 172,
Order of tho Eastern Star, who believe
that they have at last solved tho secrets
of the Jlasonlo order, have decided to
hold public Inltatlon ceremonies at their
hall. No. 101C Grand nvenue, next Wednes
day evening, Their form of Initiation Is
termed by them 'Temale JIasonry a la
Lease," and It Is clalmd that all the se
crets, which have puzzled the uninitiated
for age3 will be for thu llrst time revealed.
At any rate the brethren are Invited to
come and Judgo for themselves. The nov
ices will be seveial prominent ladles, one
or two of them of nitlonal reputation.
One thing is certain, nil who attend will
learn a woman's Idea of the Inner work
ings of u Jlasonlo lodge, and enjoy a
hearty laugh. Upon tho close of the cere,
monies, which will be rather abrupt, danc
Ing and refreshments will be the order of
lliiinest liters' I'xi urnliui.
On Jlay 21 and June 11 the KATV ROUTE
(the Missouri, Kansas A- Texas railway),
will sell round Hip tickets to TUNAS,
LAKE CHARLES, LA and to EDDY anil
HOSWELL. N, JI . at rate of one lowest
tlrst-cluss fare. Tickets will be good 20
diys, with stop-over privileges both going
For all Information, call at ticket oillces,
Nos, SJ3 Jlalw street or loll Union avenue.
Largo ICancIi leaked.
Charles S. Cross, president of First Na.
tlonal Hank of Emporia, Kas., and an ex
tensive cattle raiser, was In Kansas City
jesterdaj,, completing a ileal with H. Cat.
lisle, of this city, wherein the latter se
cured a lease of the lO.tmO acre ranch In
tunueil luuiuy. JYU9., unncii u .iir, i luss. ,
tr. f'nrlisla will take Immediate nossesslon I
and will put a large number ot cattle, to
be snippeq jrom uurunyu, upuii me graz
to fatten for the fall market.
'I had a very severe cold on my lungs
that caused much soreness and gave mo
considerable uneasiness in legard to the re.
suit." bays Jlr. T, E. Smith, of Hlllerlca,
JIass. "A local druggist called my atten.
tlon to Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)', 'ind
on his recommendation 1 gave the remedy
a careful trial. The result surprised me:
I recovered entirely In three days."
Fluent 1'lciilo ClrouiiiU
In the entire West. Plenty of pure water,
liunaings tor aancing or sneuer. .-iiugnill-cent
grove of large trees. Glorious carpet
of splendid grass. Herd of live buffalo und
deer. The Ideal spot. Nothing like it an.
where. Only onu horn's ride from Kan
sas City. I.ow rate. No charge for use of
grounds, lllsmarcl: Grove U the beautiful
cool park mentioned. Call at Union Pacltlo 1
ticket orllce. 1000 Main street, corner or I
Tenth, for lull particulars, 'iclephoao UW. j
The goods cannot last forever, and tha
sale cannot continue much longer.
Fine goods at about half price and a won.
derfully successful sale tell tho story.
You must need Eome one article In ous
line, and now Is the time to buy.
Pick out what you want In this list:
$75 Watch for $45
100 Visiting Cards from plato ....COo
$30 Onyx Clock for
$20 Tea Set, for
$11 Lamp for
$0 Opera Glasses for ....
73 ct Silver Links for .
$100 Diamond for
$S Gold Brooch for ,
$20 Filled Watch for ...
$S Ivory Head Cane for
$15 Carving Set for
$10 Berry Spoon for ....
$2 Hair Ornament for ..
$4 Stick Pin for
$75 Diamond and Emerald ring for
$50 Diamond for $30
Wedding invitations at reduced price.
100 cards and plate. S5 cents.
Monogram paper at about half price.
1034 Jlaln St.
K. W. IIOCKER, Trustee.
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You take, no risks In trying
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3011 neither keep It nor pay
bend for catalogue
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