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leje. i - -" 'v-, FORTUNE : Smiles Upon Old Denison. !l Raised. v D-ar.- H:t the Wires and , -d ( ontnbations. Hanti-n t t-red - - j..rrar'Dl r iaewber. t " t . ;ranv!11 t m4 ,..;:-. Th much , nu;.ro dolim . with tv,mtfi i-. n Kfl')wmfnt H I".r.- of 1n- , r.m'l t jr !- .. -?-itr re-l in .--, woiM ral-v r.irf.' h- rrfnmlt-a., -1 ... r shirt. bii .,. .a i!'rimi to , 1 mnv n'h) y r , . '.f II.Vl'H r. mm thin m.n jr v mni n m Y. M Mr.- nw iitpm-n!ji r .r f h unvrilf v -;.r1 n f'r r4 t n 'ilt'l Mori s 1 - jr I mi t i ri -f -- r 1 t ! ! r ' A ! i t1 - ' C rl w hr,.i. "Hhf p- l.irtmn' ! n r th nam f Dnt.nn fr Hriai r'impoH n-wn fh '' of I.J I -1 ifwin Frank H'.-kwM of n 1 T I upon f I v ' J . r n Th I r t -on t rlh-i - n t'M)M'nai -n J'hn f n-Kkfe!lT Or 1n-i rm-.fi K nr. '- K M J Fim r ri-v, Kr-.l H- v-r nirl t n (: i n. a . I -f r m - n nni !i jf h'.rn (iv i-sa $1",- niTY. THREE plomaa at Wimglr I'nlra-raitj fruafra' Mwllng. 11 .. J in U-Tha- thlrtla'h f ....ntr t'nlvrliy .k - - !na iimri numrrrl .W I! ... r' V. f 'haflilw-lt. Mlnn a . Kmt fajeatln', Ohl". H-n-.irrwl. U.iiir, Ohio. I.lih.lh .. w'r "M, Harry ' T'-mp-' J .r.- I.'rk Kv ll-rry U'nriirr ' ' h I . J h n K K-liifr, I-.. It' !-!-! A r.-!- M.trnh.ill- llor ! W J..hr.'.n. Kiiaaalt. A M-"r. ' arro" T.in hlo. T r-n- ri. I'anf'-.r l, 'hi-.. Robert ! icr. fhl'i Harr.ii-! M 'inn. II irry U 1'itkln Ml Vi-r-. : l.iriii. 9t-rltnc. Ohio: w.-aitfr ohlo. Halr-h H .- I'hin, R.ihfrt H lluni-'.. oi l,,, 1 ,anra O Krr- -- r ihlo Ciertrurl M Voll-- ' hl'i. Kmfc-p Trumbo. o- - 'hi.. J.i. tj B PMIcrnori. I . - n lillam T Noyau, 1 an- K Fuliork. I.labon Ohio, -it. Ohio. V'ayna 8iru. II .rh W Hurt. Wooilrr. N 1 rl'.t. M'loaa. Iowa, , iViH'r, onto. Frank P At-- '-hlo. Llda fjalt. 8pr:n-K nr'M S Uaibiln. Cant.-n. :: 1' I.'i'-aa. AllaJiabAd. inlla. Mrr;aour. Ill ; rald 'hlo. Alfrad A Mav. In'frrd Atrll, Portlann Ka.-klrr. Kiworth. Ohio .-- N'-w Philadelphia Ohio .1 W.xattrr. Ohio. Ella 1 - .-t...:i prnn , John V Mc-.1 inio; Jonn Kerr. Brock-'!. H Crawl. 8prln Hills. M.t-'-r. McVtvtown Pnn . ' V .star. Ohio. Harrv M - jr- ..w: C,orr" C Flsh-r. ! rr. . Jonn I Prame. ate-v.tlllrtorian. Wallace ..r MfU-y A Anderson . ! iiraic Anderson. R -rh-v .ust. Hrlcker. Bmlthvilie. - i'. Kwlnic. lahore. Iml;a. r- W.-sirr. Ohio; Rllla .- Hle Thorne. Woofir - of Newark. Rev. R M than Rev. Fred N MrM'j. members of the Alumni ' Wo. voter I'nlverslty. ap-!h. R.vard of Trustees as a and protested against the faculty In Issuing dlplomaj f he preparatory aepartment -"ol. declaring th! the ru- ..g the Institution t the level - vol They also demanded that - - augursted in the manner of --.e it I understood that v.;it to get rid of some mem- j ir-1 who. It 1 rlllmel. have :--fulness Both ouetlons ' nt th- coming meeting of - a-. Svnod of Ohio. MAN! STATES fitted In the 1. 1st nfGndittM of Noire Pa me. T- Till tfQrTBKS. 1 sr . June 14 -'Tie.! degrees o Notre Pnm 1 the follow- Marshall. M!-h John M. HI Joseph P Shlels. Chl-IV Owver. Anderson. I'in. Tlpperary. Ireland; s P-ivne. Ohio. James H a M.vi : ll'llliim D Fur-".1 Francis B. Cornell. A-!honv F rorley. Ln- 'f- Stuhlfatith. IVtiiuu, - -' .nc Kenton. Ohio: Nor-T'-I'-ia. I.l : tteorge A. Sen-lid . Charles H Nles. ''mn M Hoban. South . - k J Corcoran. Rlverton. V .-j-hv I'hehiniw. 111.: Ed-Is k-r.rv Ireland. Ruaene M- WIIUsjo It Halton. A f-e. J Ouperler. New '. W Kcgeman. Ft. Wavne. Pogartv. Philalelphla. - V -,':-'fovle. Mendcta, 111 ; v Prr-.ngfleld. Kv : Wra. f. PI.: Wm. TV O'Brien, -o O O'Malley. Cres- o Shaughneesv. Chlca-R .nr Maumee. Ohio. Nor-w York Cltv; Kdwanl J -; M -. . i-harles J. Elitch. San ' 1 - H Harmon. Chicago. V H'.rholaer. Cellna. Ohio: ; S'-rf-am. Mtnn . ; Albert J. -' ' Mirtn ; Marc W Scott. ' J ee V t'sera. Ponce ;- S Friedman. Sallx. -1 MjMsell. Oavada. Arlx. : ; - r.r St Ignace. Mich.: Jas N - wa; RAm.-nd V. 8tep-N! " 1 11! . Charles, E. Oslv !.-ob 8 Askanas. Kan-- E Hayes. Cincinnati, w mer. Chicago, III.; 1 'ttnn. Palta. Iowa. Mark -1 !U : Willtatn O. Fertl. Jxmes B Durgan. Cres-" -r Mooney. M:nneapoiia. - - M.-E!r-y. Elgin. III. " N nnclnnati. woa ue rr-.e-SaJ. G0T53 ASP 0AP8 BT 'he Gradaatee Wbea They RecetTei Their IMploana. - N . V . . . . June i4 -The conrmenre-f FrRlln College oc- rvia,-., aoor.ss on behalf of tbe ,ru o) t-ror. Shaier ' "'-ago Cniverslty. Pra-i."""'i t?1 diS,lo,ns to the 1 ' tm ana are: Elljai Arthur, ... tI:n'r"'' Wayland Cnallke. In-i 1 " ';,"'.'" Klnmoant Hart. Crea- F -' e MulUkln. rranwT 5? b7'l:; fharlea Melvin Pha uvs.' Marpta Schmaf. Rochel 5. !r.:- - 'I -, '5.. rrankin,: Myrtle .lee- ?5r i.v .... 'oneje, p ran 5 fas' 'd.-hko??:.. Martha Mer- w- "-3!'. ... lliZT- rranmin: l-:w jFJnkJ!n; Fped C. Wnitl I-i;s.-! F--ni Stanley William,. j;, 'lrk- Franklin: Stella Mvrw ''askUs.- "E-rsvtMe: EiU Duni aEACHEBS death Paw ajj w " enceme,, Exerckeea CTa, " T" . . at I?-1"". H-C.ma. -TT fht. w- "r o, ac. ::r w a.1" SrtaU"rtt- stsloatlna et. m lo reeaat death . Malafrad eM medals aad 8Xa Mlieet -- 1,4. i iai rZTl!", T1??V""Z! Th rtiN WsBBalnil.i fa Umm Ckmk cwbf swyaai M BaB, el SB - LKxnMTo. Kt T feety-firei ! KNy rttwxtr wm t Blthouv KaatvHrr t'almrilf la m r,'B'"' !. F.rta. Kr : 0r CWk H-I4. Iiorfr III n.-. M.14 rhrtolrlKtrrk, New ZaJary1 John Kk tMOB. Nar niuMf fMibr Krfsar.l'a fa. Ian4: daarn - aWaji r 1.1.11 v- - AUxarwiac Varu. Laaihjrt". Kr ; Bv"knr Wooffort. farla. Kjr ; Urr Kflsalvafh Al-llaan. J'ffaraon villa Ir4. . W ItWrt tUrnoMUl Hrrry Ionia, Vto. ; Ramr Al-saixi-r roiljna MarMUft. Mlaa.: Uur Hnhaai Falrhnrat. Jt ln1rtn K ' Inks rkllnmnMl U.virtra CHAJCXLLO& CHJLPLAIg DHtitI tba AitafrPM at that Rom Polytatchnto CaaaaiKWBMat. rriL rarTra Tt raa aaciaa Tcaaa Hactb, Iho . J ana 14 Tha Rw Polirtcrhnlr Inatitata bld tta aluaanth annual co m iwnrtnvn t tolar. Tia nr I lor 1iatlaln, of Waahinctoa I'nlvaraMy. 4ll-t1 tbr a4rraa. Tha frm4urn tnrluita flarry Htoa-U Rkriutrdaon Tm Haul. InH Thomu rHrlahl WllhTijxion. Lotila-Ull Kr . Kolwrt tort. Plna Bluff. Ark. m Irvtna Brnrrr, Tarra llauta; RWney J- KIMr. Trr Haul-, r'urtla Adolph MMa. Wood villa. Ohio- rmvld Mrrtwth-r, Jr . ulavilla. Kr : W illiam llnry Inalr. T.rra Maut. Harbart rradiirk Madlann. T-rra tla ala . Henry Laalr. IndlanapoUa. ALUMII MXETIHO. rariaL rftararra to ra asortaaa tUTTon. Ohio. June 14 - The Alumni of f Mary's Institute held a reunion In this niy to-dar After tha celebration of masa a mualcal prrtcrtmm waa arlven. The following officers were elected: R. P Burk-r-ardt tyton. Prealdent. Vtca) President. Jo--pli Naah: Berretary. Andrew Caul field. Oraior. Harrv (, Bush, of Cincinnati Historian. Joseph O. Bernhardt, of Columbus BULLYGIRL Of tha rUf-Tlma Ctrcmlt, Waalda 1 He Calletl av Pwllcan. Nettle lasaon Uvea at No. XI Wast Rlath tret The Census Enumerator was un-at.ia to ascertain her right a4re. hut she has ti-m a familiar flffure on crtaln battle nl.1 for years She enjoys the reputation of brine a bully-iflrl of all the female players In 1 he ragtime circuit. Bhe Is coarse, and can swear with the fluency of an army tr-amster. All the rest of the woman take to thf woods when Nettle starts out with a bucket of Venetian red. Bhe met a de--r f.l fate last night. I.lllle lelle Uvea In the room net to Nettle a l.lllle la a sea (till, and likes to play In tha suds and foam of the heaving Allan- tic. Hhe Is came, too. Nellie met I.lllle on the slaps last night Nettle had her ftnffera spread ut. her right shoulder waa elevated aho' the other and her hat waa pulled down over her eyes. Bhe waa very much Ilowery esoue. Hoy." she said. "I hear youse has been ralllu me an ol' pelican " "Aw what s ealln' youae." waa the pleasant rejoinder. "I'm a loldy I am. an' If yer did spiel dat. I 11 fan yer mug wld me flopper. sear" "A. to der brush wld youae! Ya ola battle m;' The retort courteous precipitated the fight Nettle was Mke the poor boy when a circus l In lownshe did not get a look-in. l.lille leaped all over her anatomy and pecked hT y with the cheerfulness of any old hen. They bit and scratched. The police were called, but Llllle had such a Arm ho'.l In Nettle's hair that ft reoulred three officers to looaen her clutch. Nettle s fare looked like a Hamburger steak. Both women were locked up for disorderly MOTHER-IN-LAW Waited To Ran Thing and M ra-Thom-aa tned For Dlworc. Judge Spiegel yesterday concluded the hearing of the suit for divorce of Martha F Lyons against Walter O. Lyons, and the Court granted a decree on the ground of neglect and cruelty. The ease of Christine Geverta against Theo. Geverts was also heard. A decree was granted, and the attorneya agreed upon the payment of 1150 alimony, the wife to pay the costs. Judge Spiegel also heard the suit of May M Thomas aaralnst William Thomas. They were married In 1897. She charged neglect of duty They went to live with his mother, and could not get along together. The wife aid her mother-in-law wanted to boea things and quarreled with her. A decree was granted, and he was ordered to pay alimony of $4 per week. Maude Fenn has sued for divorce from Oeorge L. Fenn. They were married In November. liw. She charges nonsupport. and asks to be restored to her maiden name of Sutton. Charles L. Hopping, attorney. EXPOSITION COMMITTEE Of the Fall Feetlval Association Meet and Dlacnaa Plana. The Exposition Committee of the Fall Festival Association met at headquarters In the Gibson House last evening- to further plans for the exposition feature of the festival. Every member of the committee waa present and all displayed Interest In the undertaking As already stated, the exposition part of the festival will be the most Important, and efforts will be made to secure exhibitors. Secretary Mathers for the past two days has been busy sending out letters to every manufacturing concern in and about the city. Inviting all to make exhibits. As already stated, one of the features will be a coaI mine In full operation, and will afford many who have never witnessed a real mine an opportunity to learn details of the work of miners. It was decided last evening: to have all machinery displays In Machinery Hall. The allotment of space will be decided upon at a subsequent meeting. MARRIED BEFORE, Bat DVdn'a Tell Seceatdl Hstbaad Cntll After Hoaeymoon. It developed yesterday that In the case of Frederick P. Buchsbaum agaJnit May Buchsbaum. filed late Wednesday evening, the wife does not know where the husband is whom the plaint I ft charges ahe had whtn the marriage to the plaintiff took place. It seems that soon after the marriage ahe confessed to her husband that she bad been married before, and said she did not know where her first husband waa They were married In 1692. and soon afterward he deserted her. He bad been gone Ave years when she married Buchsbaum. and she believed him dead, and that she had the right to marry again. Because et this the plain-tin: in this suit separated from her and sued for divorce, so that there should not be any trouble over hi property. The trst husband a name was Charles C. DolL Bnchs-baum is well known In the neighborhood of East Third street. STONE at RoMssmi Hot Nearly SU-ack His Wife. The treuhlea of 8am Robineoo. the col ored whitewash- on Tale avenue. Walnut Hills, at huso bouse haa during- the past wee been bomharded and nearly wrecked wtth mlaallaa h snknoaTB DaTtleS. aT BOt OTC. Mrs. Robtneon was Btarvtlnc ta tfce kitchen of her boose jmtLtday afternoon wheats stooe whined by her need and wtwswim clock on the mantilplee. xwwcuvw arwv. .w - - - - faniul tha wtasva was soon on isa avm . biside the dock, which had stopped at 2:40 o'clock, the moment the stone was thrown. The police are at their wits- ena. and claim that the atones are P"'-""-',,'7 Jected from a distance with rubbejr sllnga. as no beys were seen la the -rtclatty when tbe stone was threwa. TUBJKET TT.rrgT.FTf8 TUanLllAL. - The fanerai of Turnkey CJeorge lnslslsr, who eoaunltted suicide by shoe tins: threosrh the brain, took, place yesterday atteraooa from his late heme, ea Wheeler treet There was a large attendance, there hew present a ledge of Odd Fellows. Lytle Post G A. R.. a company of police, cemsaaaes by Lieutenant MllL and the First Reannient Band. The Interment took place In the 3er-man Preteataat Oxnetery. oa Viae awreet. L1J00UI CLUB ASSETS, V- .' The tnyentery f the assets, ef the Un-eota Club, assagaed. have bee appraised at (MS 3ft la -chattels. 30O la street railway stock, pledged to stews the ground rent, and 0m leasehold is valaed at SUOO. It is a perpetual lease, with prrrUea-e of Pur" chase la the leatA aad LiltaUk year t ;o.ooa. ... . t , : pusiii;:g Cause of the Orphans. Eithuiisl le Veetiix GiVe Bbm ! Perfect kmugrmentt fr the Fftaic Great Mfheaiaam pree-alted last sight at the m sat lag at the Olheoa lleees te push the St. Jeeeph's Orpaaa Asylum Pele on Jety 4. There eras a targe stfeedavaee of those Interested ta the aoele charity. Be- stdea the friend and effk-iaj of the Inetlta- tlne the aadlatea for honors as the asset poffatar mere bar of the Board of Le gists t Jon were ea hand, and heard good and bed things said a boot them la a jor-nlar way. Osneral Michael Ryan presided. wH h Edward Cogaa as Becrecsry . Thaee present wers: 1 few Usai irf J W Twoay w r Meataaoe Was J Turner W. H SrvSaa i J Bim v-, : 1 Vv , -f V . e t V.- -a;u. 6 .'ie.44 Vx af'KHrvk J A . I feaey Maesew. 1 r. rrnpairtcn M J Hoana W A 0mia A. McAtaa. Jitaa V BmuaiUaamrf - aaa Jaa MrSran.Jr Eat T roaa Was. J V"l"-k 1-m T raaaallo. I. nareusaaaa. J w mxu. vra CuUis. K. Csvaseugh. C CTCaJlakaa O J Oawrava Jiais M rarraiL T W Keatlag E Kansas W J rrlarit. R M. PeeeMtl K r Hwib. Jtk H OaaeiloW- W (iaaagar. Joaaps p KeaJy W J. MelvlklU. rrank Rattiaer. J A Mainaaa W. W. Orangey and Robert J. O'Brien, of the Board of Legislation, who are seeking votes as the most popular member of the B. of I, were nn hand- Henry Wuebben. the third aspirant, sent word that he was too busy soliciting votes and taking Iq i e I IN TRUST, i Not Abeolately, Mary Be met Oats Her Bssband Property. The trouble between Mary Burnet and her hueband. John Burnet, have been settled after several days spent In the Court litigating over their property rights. She Inherited rUW and gare It to her husband for lnveetrmrrif He claimed she gave It te him aheolntefy. while she said she gave it to him ta tsjst and the trust was a continuing oneU'He set ap the statate of limitations ran Tagamet her In that regard. Yesterday the Court advised that they settle their dtfficintlea and Intimated that if they did aot holwould give Jedgment for the wife. Therejoeon there wa aa agreement whereby be transfers te his wife property oa Vine street worth 4,sJ and another piece of realms tats worth J2.800. Rulisoa dt Heist represented th wife. (THEAPSIDE BASIN Iaspatatat Bjr'Celer lirisstetr Pwi-klasv. ot Stat Doard f PabUo Work a. Colonel Che.es K. Perkins. Chief Eagi-aeer of the Ohio State Board of PnbUe Whrfcs. was, hi the city yesterday tor the parpoee ef aahkliig aa tnapectioe of a por-tiea ef the eaeal wtthla the dty Bmita. He was accompanied by Mr. 3. Gene- Wright, who la the ("halrman of the Canal Committee ef tbe Baslnes Men's Clan. The tw gentlemen cesflned their In pa tloa largely to what ta nowa aa CheaasM Basin. Broadway. ASJ Iskswwn. the Igtalater appropriated 70.0r for tbe improvement of the waterway with hi the city bmita. The Idea ta te recomeseaad the improvesaent of the above mentioned bestn. Coionei Per-kiaa left for Columbus yesterday aftarneen. -' 'jf i is,T.TT.T) IJ lTUClf 1. fjrtr B. PoUng. ZX aha Flora M. Dnnhar, H, both ef Cnten County. Ohio, were saar-riad tn Cowtogtoa yewterday by .lodge W. H. w Wheeler ta hat effleal par tars ea Bcett ft. .- . j. r. Miner. ML of New stooreneici tfnta. and Olive May Launberv 21. et insane. Ohio: John Ciagett. 2-4. and Margaret GeJsel. 21. both ef Deyton. Ohio, were maxrted la Is wport jHer4ej - - . . ' . - THE EXQUIBEIV CEfCTSreTATi; v.? OAIIBLHTO IKSTINCTT Thee Puilsasj sa Wish astfce Ae Taere is ae apparent r 11 nans why the thr-ty-esgwt-year-etd weass sasaai samaees paw sea- Darsss the seat few ears, aesveeer. Psrssg the peat few ear. tMrir-asghfeer-esd wecaaa reesilsd sp by the Where esse the w news a ef S e-?V a." ' 1 K -t s and carted esT te the ststlsw Sanaa ta te sssei sis aavd shrleSieg kan-S as She had seen gsmhtlnsT ee tan leas ties saeed of horsss, There wers ae weanen aa-aer S in the lot. bet smear ef them were as. Their average age was sheet M pears. tats peitlialsr age get her gaasbttmg asetiact? Stirely net through the streee of poverty, hersuas many ef these w 11 ana were richly dnsssa. Net through the disease? agsmiat of attending te besaea. or bending arver wash tab. because they were apparently able te Mrs servants and send their huindry arooad the corner. It seems probable en the whole, that the tlUriy-etght -year-aid womss as par utterly subject to morbid disaatlefactton. She craves esrttement. She And It In the poolroom at 13 a tw-ket. She he tee the restriction Imposed upon womankind. In England recently Karl Mantra anss tloned 2s schoolgirls as to which they would rather be when they grow up men or women and why In their answers the weakness of the thlrty-elght-yeer-old poolroom woman Is foreshadowed "I would rather be a man." said one. "he-cause a woman's wages are not enough." Others answered In the following vssn: A NEW SHIRT WAIST. -, r-" .V - ew i.r. - r, r i i". - r 1 ." V a, Y" 'a ;.M'V"ir-M'V r i x V va'-t T i V." WM at I W sTwaa-. , : " . . 1 TU . X ' ' fl III m si - wiV. v s 1 1. cJ rasi (.Ksl ' Hj to i )1 I 1" i r t a. -jn This simple and becoming little shirt waist Is of a deep pink madras with white dots. The collar, cuffs and strip down the front are of white embroidery. Its perfect simplicity, which is a departure from the elaborate tucking and trimming usually displayed on theae blouses, makes It doubly attractive. money for the cause to be there. General Ryan had a Jolly for Mr. Granger, who made a neat little speech, and then he also I stirred up Mr. O'Brien, who also said some- j thing In a neat and entertaining way. j Mr. James Heekln espoused the cause of Mr. O'Brien tn a very humorous talk. Joe Klely convulsed the crowd with his laugh- j able a peach about O'Brien and hla manager. W. J. Tanner. He closed by saying that he : had been converted to Granger. Otway J Cos grave spoke well of all three candidates, and declared that they were entitled to the gratitude of the entire community for their unselfish efforts to raise a large fund for the sweetest and noblest of charities, the care and protection of tbe orphans. Several other addresses were made In the same happy vein. It Is evident that the triangular struggle for popularity will be a warm one. The friends of Granger. O'Brien and Wuebben are exerting themselves to the utmost for their particular favorite. During the evening Manager Hunt, of the Gibson, served a lunch. The St. Joseph's Orphan Aivlum recently erected an additional dormitory and school room at a large cost, wmcn lert a debt or about S26.00Ct. It Is to liquidate this heavy-obligation that the friends of the institution are determined that the Fourth of July picnic shall be the most notable ever held In this part of the country. It has been de cided that W. J Odell shall be officer of the day. and he will appoint 100 assistants. LAUNCH Of the Indiana Will Take Place To- Morrow. The Indiana, rhe new Ohio River steamer that la being built by the Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Company. will be launched at Jeff er son vl lie to-morrow. The boat Is being built by E. J. Howard, the builder of the City of Louls-ville and the City of Cincinnati. Quite a party will go down this evening at 5 o'clock on the City of Louisville to witness the launch. In the party will be President F. A. RothJer. Treasurer and General Manager F. A. Laldley. of the Packet Company: Captain J. D. Parker. F W. FouM. H Lee Early and a number or others. The boat will be launched probably In the afternoon and the christening will be done by Miss Mary Laldley. daughter of Captain Laldley. The new boat Is not quite as large as the City of Cincinnati. 8he is 2So feet long, a foot depth of hold, and 82 feet over all. She Is built for right draught and will Nr kept In service after the low water of the summer season will have compelled the company to take the larger boats out of the business. 6he will coat when completed about J73.00O. "I would rather be a man because he has no dishes to wash.'' "Because a woman cannot be the ice man. a train conductor, a Magistrate or anything Interesting. " "Because men ran swear When anything goes wrong, and kick the furniture." "Because women cannot get out of doors, and because men can earn money without working." "Because man's work Is nice. He does fresh things, while a woman has to go over the same things again and again every day." In these answers you may find the reason for the existence of the poolroom woman. 88 years old or otherwise. It la dissatisfac tion in various forms. Who ASSIGNED Ha Andea. Who Dealt ta fault la It There were only HO out of the 2&0 girls who were satisfied to be women. it la a good tiling that it requires 38 years for the masculine and gambling ideas of women to Incubate. Life would scarcely be worth the living If girls became gamblers before they became wives. Even the thirty-elght-year-old poolroom woman la hard enough to bear with. STARCOURSE To Be Given By V. M. C. A. This Tear Will Pro-re Surprising. General Secretary George H. Fitch, of the T. M. C. A., Is going to show what can be done In the line of cheap, but good and wholesome, amusement. In company with the entertainment committee of the Board of Directors of the Association, consisting of W. E. Brooks. C. C. Benedict and W. A. Goodman. Jr.. Mr. Fitch Is securing such a programme for the Annual Star Course, to be given at Music Hall during the winter, aa has seldom been had for the price. Season tickets will be 1 for the ten entertainments. The list will Include Rev. Russell H. Conwell. D. D.. President of Temple College, Philadelphia: Jacob E. Rets, the well-known sociologist, author of "How the Other Half Lives." etc.. F. Hopklnson Smith and several other leading litterateurs. Musical numbers will be given by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Adolf Rosenbecker. of the Royal Tvrolean Concert Company, of Ham berg. Holland, and one of the big college glee club. graphs Dispnte Over Patent. An assignment was filed in the Insolvency Court yesterday which was the result of a monopoly of the sale of phonographs. Th assignor was James L. Andem. who has had a store at Race and the Arcade for the sale of phonographs and the supplies for them. Because of a controversy with th owners of the Edi&on patents, which became a matter of litigation, and Is still tn the Courts, the assignor could not buy th goods In which he had been dealing. Hence Jr " -.bBmf " was practically stopped, and he dec Wed to cease to try to beat the company haying control of the machines, and Bigm while his assets would pay his debt. The aa-et are ?12 OOO In real estate and .i" tcKk end fixtures In his store. The liabilities are TslO. The assignee t th Larsn MAX COWSKY, Who Koto beat Peter, a Escape Extrntt Crt Warned from Detroit Tx-0T morning, havtng failed in his attempt te bring;' hack te thia city Max Oewsky. who hairgUitsed the eetabllsh-ssot ef she Peters Arm and Sportlng Qoode Company, on Kent Fifth stnaJcw era! of the atotea revolver, JTL, by Cwwsky at Daytoa and Tote!. PSWt! to aa ahbt that bad KI. - wta swere wianw. Arts, aa. Tkeo By the prisoner, r. After at. ,h no arre rsmam th-w -TBT.,,,e bate Oklo - - Ui. a W - aa-rwsted as retau aaal BOTAHTCAL sociirrra OTjrnra. ew as Clactnaetl Botanical Sa. at North --.a 1 suamhsjs and their m..i . meet at the end eg m ba at-SuW. Frees taeewVJl. H7Tter fy. fieimtat al.iu. .."v wtu Th aQiigaxa St. Joha wSaHI, their seventh SJaaaal picale , ztmm su::::m Of Work Aawmplished it Ctiferciea ( Otxritlei aid Orreetitii ti Ttpcka RgporUd Ti Got. Kt- Bj D5it Tnm Tkl City si4 Sutt Yltai QlMtlOEs. wsh 1 m safly retell ed the follow tag rssnmt of the prwreadtngs ef the anca ef c-aantiee aaat t-r- It te seif-espsasuatery: u txrsuJKT USOSM K. Haas, Oeearnor of OhsoStr: As a a umber ef thos from Ohio who attended th National Conference ef Caerrtle and Correct loe at Topeka. Mar br" Ptd by roe as state delegates It that a report shooM be t yea ef the work acrompitshed- Twenty-oo eeiegate from Ohio were la attendance, which number wss exceeded only by that of Minnesota, which had 2S. and Kuuai. which was th state In which the conference was held. Twenty-even stat and the District ef Cotamhaa were represented. Including California and Washington ea the Pacific coast, and all th New England State except Vermont. Foreign delegate were present from Canada. Mexico an-1 Cube The total a umber la attendance from outside of Topeka was about ZM "With almost no emoptlon the papers presented showed evidences of careful prepai atlon "Considerable discussion was aroused by the question whether state charitable institutions should be under the Inspection of a nonsalarted and nonpartisan board, as In Ohio, or under the direct control of s sal aried board, as In Iowa. The prevailing opinion seemed to favor the Ohio system, which has been copied almost exactly tn a number of other state. It was felt that that was the only sure way to keep clear of the spoils system under which incom petent service, with Its disastrous results. Is sure to be encountered. taU'c or paavEMTivg woag. "A second thought which received much emphasis end which represents one cf tbe fundamental Ideas of the conference is tne value and necessity of preventive work. The prominence given to this Idea la Indicated by the extensive programmes of the section on care of destitute and neglected children and on reformatories and Industrial schools This wss also the dominant Idea tn the papers and discussions of the section on organised or associated charities "The states having the state public school system employ stale agents whose time Is occupied In placing and visiting tbe children tn their homes. There is also an agent In each county. Thia method waa first adopted In Michigan, and has since been employed, with some modifications. In Wisconsin. Minnesota, Kansas and one or two other states "Thia system differs radically from the system employed In this state, where there are S separate county children's homes besides a number of private asylums. The comparative results of the two systems are worthy of the most careful consideration. "By the operation of the state public school system there are usually only about l') children In the Institution. This includes the entire number of destitute and neglected children of the stale supported st public expense. In Ohio there are several thousand children in the County Children's Homes snd In private ae-yiuma. The difference tn the cost and In the rate of dependency between the two systems Is something enormous. "Indiana which has the Ohio system of county homes, has shown that much Improvement is possible through the adoption of atate supervision and direction in placing out the children from the county hemes, but the stc-tiatlcs presented showing a comparison between Indiana and the states having the state public school system were favorable to tbe latter method. OlXrRAL BKJXKEK-HOrr General R. Brtnkerhoff. the head of the Ohio delegation, was frequently called upon for an expression of his opinion. He Is one of the central figures of the Conference, hsvlng from the first, been one of Its most active members. It is largely through his efforts ss a member of the Ohio Board of State Chart tici that Ohio stands well to the front In the methods of caring for the dependent, defective and delinquent members of Its population. The Conference received marked attention at the hands of the cltlxena of Topeka and the officials of the State of Kansas and of the State Institutions-Governor Stanley not only delivered an address of welcome st the opening meeting, but also took an active part In the proceedings by delivering an address before one of the general sessions upon "Conditional Pardons." which be has inaugurated to a limited extent, tand which seem to have been eminently satisfactory in results. Excursions were given to the delegate to the various locsl Institutions as well aa to Haskell Institute, the school for the In dians at Lawrence, and to the State Prison and the National Soldier's Home at Leavenworth. , . "The following delegates were in sttend-ance from Ohio: "Akron Hon. J. Park Alexander. Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. James Allison. Mr. snd Mrs. Meigs V. Crouse. Charles M. ! Hubbard. Mrs. Margaret J. natiennorn, John Webb. Jr. "Cleveland L. F. Mellen. "Columbus W. 8. Eagles on. R. E. Jones. "Lancaster C. u Mines "Logan John F White. "Mansfield General R. Brlnkertioff. Mar tin B. Bushnell. "Oberlin Rev. C. N. Pond. "Sandusky Mrs George L. Beers. "TTpper Sandusky Miss Sarah Eggieston, Rev. Hugh spencer wiuiam. "Xenla Mrs. W. A. Shappel. Mrs. A. W. Silllto." FEDERAL BUILDING. There was filed yesterday tn th Circuit Court a bill of complaint in the1 case of the Standard Computing Scale Company, of Detroit. Mich., vs. The Computing Scale Company, of Dayton. Ohio, asking for an injunction and an accounting. The com plalnant charges that the defendant has been going about with the story that the former has been Infringing the letter's patent when In reality. It Is claimed, that the Infringement has been on the part of the defendant company. The bill further charges that the defendants were asked to bring suit to test the validity of the patent, but that this has been Ignored, and now suit is brought by the complainant to settle the matter. By reason of the alleged fraudulent representation made by the defendant company the complainant claims that It has suffered a loss of 27 ,000 profit a year for the past two years-Word was lecelved yesterday at Poet office Inspect or-a headquarters that the post-office at Clover port. Ky, waa blown up Wednesday night. No further particulars were given. Major Whipple, the new Paymaster at Ft. Thomas, yesterday made his first official visit to the Snbtreasury to secure the money for paying off the soldiers. A Civil Oei ilce examination at aanotmeed for July 14. for the position of square letter engraver. Bureau of Printing and Engraving. Me educational test will be given, applicants being graded upon the character and degree of excellence of th samples of engraving submitted with their application. The position peys from fl.OuO to C2.900 per annua. At present there are four vacanclea. The Civil 8erv1c Commission. Washington. srUl furnish further particulars- B- M- 8. Superintendent Holloway yesterday annotrnced th following appointments a Postal CVermwr George F. Undsey. Pratt City, Aha., to the Nashville and Montgomery Una. and Orion E Rootnaoo, ef Evans-villa. Ind.. to th Loniartu and Kvansvlile Una. FATHER DALY'S WILL UtM CostawJtmba Far Clatmreaa Pwr-. posts tustt Cos a To BafJsuteaa. The wIB f the tax Father Daly. f AB Saints Church, waa probated yveterday. He left a RW estate. He aininslknl te his brother Patrick 300; the childrea ef his brother Staphea. 30: his alee. Mary Daly. $500; his alec. Barer Prwtaes. tSOO; Aj-ch-Mshep Elder, for the sameflt of AH Se'nts-CBh. f pjv for saasaJ hrth. repoae ef hi soul, t-i": St- Joeepa s Orpnau Ary. ZLTnai- Oeed Samarttan KnaMtal no and the reside toth Archbishop ta trwst te be tased lor an -!'"-wraa tor toe Priesthood at ML. Bt. Marr Sewataary t the Wrt. a rncw -"'-- -'- vwas are t be distri bated by hi executor according te - - - ansae the prtast -'- ta bey tlaesa. and ate watch la te be given te Patrick?: Ke-Je-s-a IBTtswt. Fataar hacaay h to saaiscstsr. - .;, ;' ' ' MED 0rP-s.AT.TSI3. i . Dri Is 11 Till II Hsi kstrt. a Swedish phyet-caaaj for a anaaber a pears tocated at ill MeJhm slit. died at the City Ixospttat yesterday ef prsJyass. He waa itrteke ac the courthouse, where he west ia traneact eooae busineea, and a eos reoaored to lie prlvat war ot Uta lhgUtB a.y;; -jit-xts 13 iuuo. 70!XA1T aALTmATE " CSagssrewesawaa. tat Otp ataw I siiiwkls a sTssms Oty aa Jets' 4V At th 1 1 Ms a ef taw Ctah Stat Pimi grata Csssiseflaa ea Xarrh 1 Mr. Xe. ML Cass, riislsial ef the W i mi as P stisrn Chaw f Salt tea Ctsy. wa raakaeeT alieraeta, and ta th tinsri af hay ef the iligsts aa wta at aa a her as the essviarlsa asses al ef the gmi-haat gsalise eBraag the Ctaa flsli Uea here already ehsauassd her eeeaeasM a take thesr elans frees ttsse te tta at ti lady neda that she has j hooked herself for ctrve petlrtpa tla ai I la esMire tisaa agings ef the rean j Mr. Co will be aeavsaapaaned te ! as City by her hashend. Mr J M O j the Secretary ef the Ctah State D.marralU 1 W si early, when asked for f her poll t leal career. Mrs. Cohan r.pllsd I I am native ef Mew Tar CHy and wa t I rewas net help ft I have take aa infra1 In pontic ever ataee I can remember, which was about the tlevs Grant defeated atoyaaowr for the Presidency rem to I lata ha lasst, and aJtheatgh I had bee taught to believe that wosnea shawtd aot bay the right ef iiiITiiii 1 was pleased at having the right te vet and never missed casting my vt at an elections "Still. I eras Indifferent when Congress disfranchised the woaaea of the Territory of I'tah. In loST. believing that It were better so. Later, after careful study. I became a firm believer in the right of suffrage for all women, and did all la my power to ee-r-ure to women the right to vote and hold office, when I'tah waa admitted a a state. In lN&n. which privilege we now enjoy "My first political work was In ISA, assisting my husband, who waa a Registrar at Park City for a number of ys. ha revising and rvpying the registration llsta " Mrs Cohen took s very sctive part in the Presidential and state election tn I'tah In lfaai, helping to make a house-te-hous can-vara of Salt Lake City for the purpose of arousing an Interest in matter political among th women and aided very materially In rolling up a majority for Bryan in the state of over M,con. She is an earnest, but unobtrusive, worker. Bhe Is Chairman of her District Commit te. Prealdent of the Woman's Democratic Club and member of the State Council of Women, which is auxiliary to the National Suffrage INDICTED Were Bishop and Lyons Far Harder sf Officer HrQnerr and Unkuswa Tramp De-ad Pslice-mai. To Be Biried Ts-Par. In accordance wlrh the instructions Issued by Judge James P Tarvin the grand Jury now tn session In Kenton County, Ky., y rate rdsy reported Indictments against Wallace Blahop. alias William Bums, and Thos Lyons, charging them with the murder of Officer William McQuery The Indictment embraces two counts, the second one charging Wallace Bishop with the murder of Officer McQuery. and making Lyons accessory to the crime. Indictments were also reported against both men charging them with the murder of the unknown man at the hobo camp near Ludlow. The witness rs to the first Indictment were James G. Bren-nan. Inspector; Thomas Morley, conductor, and Matthew Melnedlck. motorman of the C N. and C. Railway Company, and Coroner Dr. W. W. Tarvin. In the second indictment John Kelly, Harry Lewis. John Barrett. David Collins. W. B. Burke and Dr. W. W. Tarvin were witnesses. Sheriff Boske asked Judge Tarvin as to w.i m the prisoners should be returned, and was instructed to use his own Judgment, but not to consider the Idea of bringing them back if in the least apprehenalve aa to endangering their lives "These men must be given a fair trial." said Judge Tarvin. "and this they will have, but the Court will insist on every possible precaution to prevent further stain or stigma being sdded to state or country by the slightest sttempt at violence." As Court will be held at IndeDendence Ky . next week the prisoners will in all prob- j aoimy rwnain in iiouHTuw uirui junn -1 or 22. or perhaps later. The suggestion by Judge Tarvin that the prisoners should not be molested was accepted as good advice by cltlxena in general, and those at first eager for nob violence would now aid In carrying out Judge Tarvin's views. Coroner Tarvin. of Kenton County. Kentucky, yesterday heard the testimony of street car employes and other eyewitnesses to the shooting of Officer VsrQuery The evidence was conclusive that Bishop, aliaa Burn, fired the first shot, and that the shot was fired while McQuery wa partly turned and ready to leave tbe car. Coroner Tarvin rendered a verdict that Mcijue-ry came to his death from a gunshot wound fired by Wallace Bishop, with Tnoa. Lyons present, either aa an arr ory or principal In tha affair. The funeral of Officer McQuery take place to-day at 2 p m. from th residence, 171 Riddle street. All city and county officials are requested to meet at the courthouse at 1 p m. sharp. The pall bearers from the police force will be Officers Huarbes and Schmetng. day force, and Officers Keefe and Farandorf from th night force- Sev eral magnificent floral tribute from sympathising friends were sent last night. All members of the Police and Fire Relief Association. Including ex-offlcers, are Invited to participate In the parade. ZOO CONCERT. Pi eg 1 ana me This Evening Will Pre nt Many Vcw Feature. The eighth grand promenade conceit of the season will be given at the Zoo this evening by Weber's Superb Military Band. An excellent progremnva containing many new feature has been arranged by Conductor Weber. Sunday night, in addition to tbe magnificent fireworks display, there will be a concert by the Weber Band. The programme for this, evening is as follows: ktacrii Tlie Eanpertar" a Trumpeter. nret traael Overture "Maritane" ........... "Valse e Saxm-BoBbeur Perdu Medle "The Orasd Stand" fneer). street. Rear. E- Haun. ...Wallace osoe. OH let .Wetgaad soMMrssse: - Mr. xva Jewo DeTipOv "A MnetciaB Astray in the Forest" rt tBe - Hennas Oread - t "" tn swht af arch "The Nen Oorapaey" Tjavls SMaetlaoe fresa tne -Wairl-I-aig-' fby rtt. MA&BJAGE UCOrSES. Charles O. wnsoa. 27, ctark. T51 Kerryoa avenue, and Pearl M. Pag. M. 1097 West Seventh Street- Rev. Price. Henry Wear. 2ft. gratner. S2S West Uber- ty street, aad HeJ. rleua Meier. 24. Stack Frank Noak. 27. clerk. Chicago. TJL. aad Mat. -a Woelle, 2d. di 1 Binsker. 42. Lake-wood avenue. Rev. Backeasan. Joseph A. Raaaer. 2ft. farmer, Daalap, Ohio, aad Mary Thorn peon. 21. Dunlap. Ohio. Carl Scaaefer. 41. driver. Dayio aad Burbara legates, ex. 1SQS Laa Bev. Haau. wnilasa J. Brews, SS. Orflege HIO, aad MarjrE. Brent. . Caieraia avenue. Bey. Lout Krekater. 23. Baachin hand. S14 Find lay street, and Kati Decker. 22. 1028 TT ' 1 rieaeeite stieet. xeM 1 as titer, k e u-ilna atreaL aad Mil lie A a-ia. cilm ai i. ft- ttcv. Phil peon. Lloyd C MlOer. 2. agent, all West Khrta street, end Boea BeTtertaes.. X 1524 Joha Mreec Res-. Harvuot. . Cfajietlaa KoiL V. eoremaker. 2SS Cttie-raln armea aad THlte Arsaieder. 1, aua-eu-ee. Marshall a. fmaf . Her. J. Vest. Herasaa H- Uopeiawajon Jr BO, tfoedrhxep-er. Belaid. K), and Mary Lv Waste. 23, 1414 Bare street. Rev. Fiatnlofar. - LBwreoee HoaTert, 21. saochtauet. T22? Budd street, and Mbtnie Iurbaa. JS, luU gargewt street. Bee. Gilsoaa. . .. . Paaseei Oestin. ZL bricklayer. 415 Kaet FHth street, aad Aaaa laipptsv 3SV iaM2 dsy Joha T. Harrtaov. BHxtb streee eeaa . I'siimiiiisl aeeaa. SIS West - 175 EJJDT wTLL GO TO XCLTCCD. Ciilnail Joha 3. Brady, the waus-saewa luminsllr in"- ewnnennd te hxs tills fr j tar der that he aad heaght the taasaeeeaae rsst'erse a uvea ts - aw Meetor avenue, aear jaaia avenue, ia aad wiU aeoa ( taers t bra, Krwood. . Y S Biscuit, Graham Biscuit, Flakes SOCIAL AFFAIRS. The D. A. R- Flag Day fete wa a glorious success yesterday afternoon and evening at the Town Hall at College Hill and at the adjoining residence of Mr and Mrs. Adam Gray. Several hundred persons were in attendance. The halt had been tvayly decorated with red. whit and blue bunting and with a great number of large American flags. The flower booth was banked with American Beauty roses, pink foliage and white lilies, and was a vision of 1 loveliness to the right of th stsge. The j candy booth was In pagoda style, with s 1 very bright and interesting address on Flag as a symbol. After the exercises all adjourned to the residence of Mr Adam Gray, where a delicious supper was served. The ladle of the Reception Committee wore the airiest of summer frocks. Mrs Brent Arnold was looking very handsome In a garden party dreaa of delicate lavender organdie, with exquisite lace and Jewels for trimming snd lavender capote to match. Mrs. Adam Gray made an Ideal hostess tn a white lawn gown, trimmed with Valenciennes. Mrs. 8 C. Ayres was much admired In a white lace dresa. an exquisite Paris creation, the lace of the bodice caught with diamonds snd pearl Mrs. T. L- A. Greve wore a handsome mourning gown of black India mull, with white roses In her bodice. The entire Reception Committee Included the following: Mrs. Brent Arnold. Mrs Adam Gray. Mrs. S. C. Ayres, Mrs Ejbrtdge Thomas. Mrs. T L. A Greve. Mrs H C. Roblbns. Mrs. James Frailer Mrs John Conner. Mrs George Martin. Mrs G B. Orr. Mrs. W. W. Seely and Mr. Rlrherd Ful-som. Mrs. Thlele. a member of the Hamilton D. A. R. waa Chairman of the palmistry booth, which was exceedingly popular, ladles and gentlemen waiting in crowds to have their fortunes told. The various departments and booths had ladles in charge as follows: Supper Mrs. J A. Bechtel. Mrs. Joseph Harrison. Mrs. J. H. Hoyt, Mrs. Joseph Waddeil. Mrs James Col fen. Mr G. H D Goiyer. Mrs. W. H. Dunham. Mrs. John E. Bruce. Mrs. Henry Cist. Mis Bechtel. Mis F. Wilson. Miss Ooodln. Miss Monfort. Miss Cist, Miss Rammelsnerg Refreshment Booths Mrs. Tt. T. Disney Mrs. B. H. Hopple. Mrs George Newton. Mrs. Lee Harris. Mrs. Wm Fine. Mrs. Thomas Kite. Mrs. H. C. Terra son. Miss Collier. Miss Hanna, Miss Newton. Miss Bird. Miss Disney Bird. Miss Genevieve Pine. Miss Ebersole. Miss Wright Dutch 8upper Mrs. Charles Hunt, Chairman: Mrs. Robert Buchanan. Mrs Ben Dale, Miss Dorothy Fulton and others. Flower Booth Mrs T. L. A. Greve. Chairman; Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mrs. C A. Pauly. Mrs. Kinney Butler. Miss Julia Greve. Miss Mariana Pau.y. Miss Louise Gibba. Miss Louise Whittaker. Mlas Blanche Scarlett and Mis Alice Huston. Caodv Mrs. H. R Probe eco. Chairman: Mlas BhUne. Miss Pullen. Miss Alice- stm-rall. Miss Nellie Gray. Miss Peck. Miss Cat, Mlas Hsldemen. Miss Rouse Lemonade Mrs. E. D. Cassv. Miss Wil-shlre. Mis Elisabeth Bowen. Miss Dad ley. Miss Stone, Mass Rammelsberg. Children of the American Revolution Booth Mrs. W. T. Irwin. Chairman: Mis Saunders, Mis Anna Louise Irwin. Ml Louise Harrison. Miss Rachel Butler. Mies Anna Bird, Miss Edith Jodttas. and Messrs. William Hopple. John Gates. Adam Gray. Mis Adelaide Burton and Mlas Clara Myers. Mrs. Cornelius Cadie and Miss Hanna set eed efficiently on th Pre Committee. Th fete was highly successful aad artistic, and netted several hundred dollars for the fellowship fund of the D A R. It Is probable that for some years to come the Flag Day fete, conducted under the auspices of th D. A- R-. will be aa ea tab-lie bed and lime honored event. A pretty home wedding wa last night at the home of the bride. M's Whit, ef 1434 Race street, who pngbted her troth to Mr. Herman H. Lfp- Jr, neoaTkespsr or tne Henderson Lithographing Com puny, and the son of th weO-kaown distiller. Mr. H- H Lippeiman. Rerr. Bug Cisenlohr united the happy eeaple ha the hoods that Mad for life aad the laxtaaax friends of the bride and groom were there to bad the godspeed oa the A ttes- the cereaseny a splendid beaonet vnUowwd. and the usual toast aad felicitous speeches to the cnarnaing arsoe aa lorrua- et veer Mr. and Mrs. Assnia in1 ebjw M- H. .Lappet Wr and Mrs. C W. Hoffmaa. Mrs it- L Canseroev. Mrs. 8- J. Murdoch. Dr. and Mrs. Mebaffey. Mka Ri SteveweoP. Or bom. Ohie: Mr. Frank Whit. Mr. WH1 White. Meeara. J- O. and A- E. Uppetataa. Mr. alter Lippeisoevn. alls Ms Alice aad Anna Llpnilman. ai aTioreac watt.- - - -Mis Mary GaJIagher aad her taaeiia. TIssisiTr taaBaurber. ef JEnst FeerOt srrset. wQI aaS ea th Pettadam July 1. .goang d'-rectiy te Holland. Afterward f, they . wtU teas lulsi 1 If thiuugh Belgtasa aad Ger-many. wSl a II 111 th Fmeeiea Play, will rroes th Aips ha roacrjee. aad spend sesne tim ta Switseriand. where thaw will -nsrt Mis Morhardt at her d hcima. At teas r einerena vxasssi uer vU en wna aars aad her party. Th Misses Gai- tlctpat dsligarral sums Mr. WHBarn Harvey daughter. J. at thexr aew Ta sVewUsg a. lexepthja yesterday aurtarnoo hums ta Lrarn ptace. Avsjadaie. with library aVcnrated tn pik and whit sweet peas, whli th dining rooaa wa Brightened with feet Keoauet ef ptak r ea. 1 the reeetviaai line were Mrs. Aa-di-isoa. weeiia aa eeegant gray gowa. snth arhM ehlffoj and aace trimmina; Mm Aa-srrsva. aeearrng a dainty gowa of yellow ergaedle. with trimmings of narrow bck velvet ribbons, and Mrs. Jeha Anderson, ia black ta."eta. wi-.h snpUooes of lac ard coieloa. Ih i tits iarca and airs. S. . and "In-er-seal Damp or Buy Ail your . w. ANNUAL Th pstriotle hour from a to o wss ; noei.m r-restaeo- jniereeting and GOOD SHOWING Mad By Mia Beer's Pupil at Soda Biscuit, Milk Butter Crackers, Biscuit, Oatmeal Ginger Snaps, Receptio Handmade Pretzclettes Vanilla Wafers most Inspiring Tbe audience sang "Amen- 1 were delivered by the lreident. Mr. Che ca." after which Mayor John E Bruce, of tllngmati for the Class ef ll. and by College Hill, most hospitably welcomed illfMr R H. Gray. Mrs Walton. Charles sl In attendance, and explained that the fete; Furber and Mia Margaret Walton. The was for rstslns money for the Fellowship graduating class are: In American History that has been estab : Mueae- llshed at the University of Cincinnati by Bagby the Cincinnati Chapter. Daughters of the 1 Beiajer American Revolution. The plan Is to raise a sum that will yield annually tn Inter- .. Si est. and the Fellowship will eventually JjVTZr awaken widespread Interest in the study ot ! Meaan American history , cilagma ut. uen aiiiiisin. or rumiuon. onw. ne- th- -1,. . w. llvarl a w,a fl.v.n..l aonreaa unon "The . .A m!nJ n.' Sjumnl lTeSent Wee Mr. nA tw- pjS tf. Tiirio.r. Amiri. r-.-- Mra BBackairord, Mrs ' r..." r... f; r c o .T.v'e,-! . I ?'rfUn Hil."r.C. T. rurber. - . - - . - Ha II v Mill Ice a 1 a-. The Keafer. Llll MrfSanael. Mar. NarL Meatai. Leiwester. aaadravd. VicSar- and S. MeArthor. Grace Everest. May Bullock. Florence New. ton. Daisy Lyle. Catherine Boaren. Julia Weasel. Dora Burkhart, Clara Seaman. Nell Conner. Lloyd Vandagrift. Lillian Burkhart. Flora Rich and escort. Lillian Evans. Edna May and escort, Maggie Metcalfe and escort. Mae Martin. V. Komescb-er. Loren Kennedy. Katie Stop. Grace Everett, Alice and Addle Oonnkenroeyer. Cora Rich. Edna Horner, Edna Jftrkmaa. Florence Dalley. Emily Orr, Bessie Nock. Tlllle Sourhgate. Alice Team, Josephine Pharos. Mary Walker. Emma Walker Marion and Emma Brogan, Messrs. S. w. CorTman. John R Bullock. John MeAubrey. Loren Kennedy. M. Oahln, Oscar H. Roetkln. J W Everett. Lewis E. Bullock. Sterling Ral-ley. Norman McDonald. Paul Stewart, C J Hani. Cecil Peace, John Morris, Charles J. Furber Carl Schftaxnelpexuiy, C A. Walker and Will Lyon After the banquet the following officers were elected for the ensuing yeer: President. Oscar H. Roebken. Vice President. Miss Grace Everett; Secretary. Mlas Cora Rich: Treasurer. John M Hughe. y: Trustees. Mies Edna May. Mis Edna Harner, R. H Gray. Carl aV-himroe4pfeinlng. Jahn R Bullock and Mia Iefrena Kennedy, Historian. Mrs Jennie WaKoo: Poet. Mies teorgl r.1 llston. osad Pablie Exam tea tloa. The second of th annual series of students' public examinations wss given by tha Conservatory of Music last evening. In the Scottish Rite Hall. Th programme consisted of piaao and vocal selections by pupils of Miss Clara Baur. Miss Laura Anderson. Miss Frances Moses. Mm Susaa Monarch. Mrs. Laura Monarch. Mr. Hugo Sederberg and Mr. Louis Scawebel. It waa so arranged and rendered as to be a fair representation of the Work of th 111 a I and preparatory departments of th cen-servalory Th pupits evinced an excellent degree of earnest aad well directed application, aa well as talent, tn the development of which a high standard of excellence as being maintained. The following named pupils took part Master Ward Franklin. Mle Florence Teal Mis Alms Mueller. Mts Sadie Reed. Mis Blanch Deglow. Miss Margaret K evadors. Mlas Pauline Schryver Misses Florence aad Mary TeaL Mia Antoinette Conradl. Miss Jeanne Beresford. Mis Florence Ed mo' son. Ml Elizabeth Kauffmaa. Mis Wanda Baur. Miss Roberta Conway. Mis Alma May DtaJ, Mts Eva Ashford Downey aad Miss Elisabeth Abbott. Th third public examination win take filace this evening, when stud est of the fol-owing teachers ariH he beard: Third concert, Friday evening. June IS lsrs). at s ockoe- Voce Mats, pupils of Mlas Clara Baur: Pianist, pupils of Mr. George Krueger. violinist, pupil ef Mr. Pier Adoifo Tirindelll: elocutionist, pupil of Mis Helen May Curtis. FOR HIS CHILD Garwood Berber miMt srpoa old Bare. Agelskst Bl Wife. A petition in nine is yus was Sled yesterday In the CiibsiI Plea Ceart. hy Joha H. Lena, a as rear at Merweod. H aav-serts that his wlf Lilli deserted htm last February and ha rrfssid te Hve with Um since. They were Bsarried ta 1MTJ. aad hav a aua. iteoirt rutta urrs. aged 2 v n say "ai ween awe o us si 1 1 a n tne enoa, and aa Mae. ceofla t her home oa Riddle sxraet and reaT: th piatatMr the eaastedy. It as ailegwd th sh is net a proerr pusiaa to hare th cws-tedy of the chlkt, nd he asks fee- ft. Judge aiarycj aia i,il b a wnL l.ll jasnis US I tag. suattaa-aaaaj 4k wa HONmClT B. Lzm, At th ripe age ear T4 Mr. Jssre W. B. CJeneay. Biooeer ctthaea of th city aa4 state, died yeeterday at U rtiaa din read frpm a multiplicity ef (a stts Isiil He Flees el, Hhlii 1 lanliu ss nilsasll ta ma. commissi sn flrx mt Jsstsh D. Cia al C. Thirty year age he retired from busi-aes and for time Irred ia tie Tare: lltr the ham an 111 will fellow ta s He leave a side aad tw ewOdrea. K Q, CVrsaeey aa aars. sirasaai SPimi. IIIETIITO ; A specs! saatatin; cf the Board f TRav-tre of th dty Hospital wCI b held ta-dxy tie srlerTl ef th plar far salts 1. Th cecaaatttata hanuated erferh the sxasnesttss ef tn plans V wawan.y weiwr epewt part ef ta r ra arou errr ik. ad aHw-ificaxiona ad are ready te After the seiect lea th contract rU he gtswa out at eoc aad weak aga Ba la tha Patent Package." proof, Germ proof, Odor proof, Dust proof. Sold everywhere. Used exclosively by RincxiiiuscnTaifiJL Htlle aastated la the entertainment ef the gueeis An etegaat reliattoa waa eel d Tbe g-ueeta Included the sseioriiy ef tne wall-k no w n lad law of Avondaie and a few friend from other suburb. Mies Mrarhard will rhaperon Mia Alice WUcox sad Mum Stella Feta through Franc. Spain. Italy and Switseriand during the neat three month Mrs Charles Alfred William, of Mt. Aa- burn, has beaa called te Minns poll, Ing to the sad lees she aa sustained la th death of her brother. double fringe of Chinese and Japanese lan- , . terns, eivtne- a verv decorative effect. Manr 1 Baaqaet of Oo-riB-tl Ataaaat of th young ladles wore pretty silk flags j rtatao at Ctsaaaat Hotel. draped upon the bodice, and everv one of . The Initial annual banquet of tbe Cov- the .e-u Daughters wore her beautiful li. A Ington Ky Alumni Ane4ai1e wa held SaifDaanderyoman wid " H - - of the vast assemblage purchased flag sou- ! surroundings. The many ladles and sweet venlrs at th booth where members of the ! girl graduate la their variegated sumassr Children of the American Revolution pre- u,,,,,. ma4 voung genUeanea In their dress sided Tbe young ladles there were In Lady ,,.. . K Washington costume, and their hair was ; suits, presented a moat enchanting aceee. powdered. A brass band played patriotic I The banquet was In compliment te the airs throughout th afternoon and evening graduating- riaaa of IVaDO, prof. Oscar i . 7 BROKEN ENGAGEMENT OT lawSj ndp4 CshamthlU Tsiif Caw a s lit 1 1, raaea Hew TartJ West I Desntt all oaetaciea. tt ha new arrasgsS that laady Ra adolph Churrhill WU1 young Oeorge CerawaJtla West la the 1 ef neat aaoath This Interesting taf ermatvea ha rear. th World rarrsspiaiiat from the htgheet peeslbl sewre. ft may he sented. bet th r orr asp undent re lie s Its rsrilaealke within a vsry few week It will he rsm tabs red I Set this meet waa sassnnr.4 by Mrs. Weet. the yeuag aaaa's ohm see. at during rugs tla week last Aug set. Th disparity herwesa the age mt Ldr Raadolph CaarehUI aad her betrothed, wh Is oaty aa. eussd ssuch geeawp. Btelattve sat both raised such diYlad ppoettio t th marriage ssoet lgrw ea th part ef Lady Randolph s see. Wtaeto C ureal that wtahia a fortnight ef tta isysrawt th engagaaaeet u brefce. Teuag Wset went to pay a long ii t hla Best sr. th Princess of Pie, ta all ta. sad Lady Randolph went abroad The outbreak ef th Boer war hrsaght both hack t leaden, he ts tata th regiment of th Oeard. In watch be Is a Lis tenant, aha ta see her son before h went to South Africa sad to org wis wsr caart-Ues. They met, sad anlll Wear's desert ur to the war they wsr frequently see together. soca Ledy Randolph determined te go te oath Africa, aad H te known that her affection for West partly Inspired her tat save activity In fitting out th heepttal ship Main, on which sh sailed last December. When she arrived at Madeira sas tears that Larutenaat Weet heme Invalided- When ras la an extremely preeartoe state. HI mind as affected by 1 suffered and his sight was But the hope of soon ssslsg Lavdy Wsasslsw again rll him. aad a t bow aa weal and gay ever. She returned, aad bktl were ef th BOWS party at Warwick Castle last wash It ' saade hnoeu tkat, against, all they had reavuved te aaarry with a fear weeks: certainly before west mast saris. Their msrriag wtU as ptival. but R al an event of th evaaoa. Lady Raadolph' s charm aad strwiaiss are well asm ha both th Cad aad Mew world Oeorge CorawaHls West la eoe ef th handsomeat aa ta Loadoa society. He ts the only son of CMonei Corneal 11 West, a very rich landowner, his prspsity fnrfnd Ing coeJ lands ta Wales. His BBothar, I about Lavdy Raadolph Charcbxtrs was a eel heated beauty aad Is own aad fascinating 111 ys Constance Ed etna, la engaged to Vlssouat Beigyav. hear ef the Dane eat Weeuailstr. As most people know. Lady WsadstpS Ch urchin is th daughter ef ard Jerome, of New Tork. Like every an, sh Is ao older than she fets. Her hair Is raven black, her figure full, k vivacious, her interest la life Her son. Wmsron Churchill. cat correspondent la South Africa, wa captured by the Boers. rapd aad proved has bravery aad his literary ability a ha times Another etsa. Joha Chwrranl, wounded by the Boer. TEXTS QUIITJIIT. LlttVe did 1 when h stole five Wlllun Soeeoaa. of tt Wast Ntotb sareea. early yesterday mm sans, that he weald hav an eieptiaat ea hi heads. Th new ewasr f tee htrd dare Bet Eherats thsm. for ha that caa the pigs as weead max he lie for their rigtaal rssst. The only wsy i which th thief caa dispose of them ts t est them. The hard arg valued at Sldu. i MdCANI CORDIAL. BlAEt an pgnzp ATTSa arsais A TCKIC CHAD KANSAS CITY : - CH&D And TsaufaTia via St. Xfsera, Iinnii Xonadsy Traua. "V ad atayaxCtar. BlO FOUR- S1.25 i;:d!H!iifou3 li BIG FOUR," SmMMy. Jmbs IT lfCS. awe Cswtml Celsa tial I -at . SB.