The Wichita Beacon from Wichita, Kansas on July 17, 1915 · Page 9
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SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1915. THE WICHITA BEACON PAGE NINE. TWO OF A KIND SOCIETY One of the jolliest picnic parties ever given nt Walnut Grove was thut at which .Mr. and Mis. Herman Huffman entertained lust evenlnc complin mentury to Congressman and Mrs. Will Ayres, who leaves soon for Washington, D. C. The guests Included a congenial coterie of Riverside neighbors and friends of the Ayres. The picnic supper was served In the screened pavilion which was bedecked with sunflowers from the giant blooms to the smallest flowers. Nasturtiums decorated the table and electric fans cooled the atmosphere. After the supper Mr. Everett Alexander, as toastmaster, called upon Mrs. K. V. Liggett, Mr. II. I. Merrill, Mr. Shirley Jocelyn and Mr. Walter Henrlon for toasts which were filled with good wishes to speed Mr. and Mrs. Ayres on their journey. Mr. Ayres responded. The remainder of the evening was spent at cards. Mrs. Henrlon and Mr. Ayres were prize winners, Mrs. Henrlon, presenting her gift to Mrs. Ayres. Mrs. Retinoid and Mr. Merrill were given consolation favors. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman's guests BY MAE DAVIS IIKNDHYX. Phono M. 4741. dancing altogether. The hesitation has been cast aside In the Kast. New York and Chicago have taken back the good old-lasliloned waltz and everybody's happy. The fox trot, the easiest of the new dances to pick up, still enjoys a big popularity. For the coming winter It is probable that a new and simple form of the schottischo will be danced and the Hal-boa, a combination of several steps from various dances, obi and new, also will be taught. All tendencies are to simpler steps, which the teachers hope will revive the dying dance vogue. JMIWIIBBBIB were: Mesdames Messrs. and Will Ayres, H. I. Merrill, E. W. Liggett, Walter Henrion, W. J. Stevens, . F. V. Stevens, Jaok Harold, J. F. Daniel, Shirley Jocelyn, Craig Wright, Howard I... Mays, Alton Smith, Olen Rldenour, Robert II Campbell, Henry Lassen, Everett Alexander, K. S. Edgerton, Frank Redfield, Frank Deam, C. D. Hatfield, Frank Dunne, Mesdames Harry I.lKhtstone, Arkansas City, Nellie Nessly. Miss Ruth Rogers of Hrownwood, Tex., will arrive July 27 to be the guest of Miss Madeline Butts, Miss Beatrice Dlmond and Miss Marie Dunne. Miss Rogers was a school friend of the three Wichita girls at Washington, D. C, last winter. Miss Franres Jobes will arrive Sunday night to be with Miss Dimond. The younger set is planning numerous attentions for the two visitors. House Party Miss Bess Bontz, Miss Alice Mil-bank and Messrs. Ralph Morgan, Bruckart and Ralph Branch will motor to Wellington tomorrow to spend the day with Miss Mary Myers. Miss Bontz will remain over to join the house party to be given by Miss Talma Thompson, Miss Mary Myers and Miss Kuth Infield from Tuesday until Saturday. Many jolly affairs aro being arranged by the hostesses for the entertainment of their guests. The house quests will remain in Wellington until Thursday, when they will motor out to the summer home of Miss Thompson, near Corbin. Here they will enjoy fishing, boating and swimming. The guests are all members of So-rosis Society of Fairmount College and this is their first real reunion since school closed. Those In the party will be: Class No. 7 of the Grace M. E. Church was entertained yesterday afternoon by Miss Myrtle Waller, 1020 South Lawrence Avenue. Thirteen members were present. Luncheon. Mrs. Robert B. Campbell of Riverside gave a pretty luncheon today complimentary to Mrs. A. O. Comer oi. FA Reno, Ok., and Mrs 'William Hudson of Worchester, Mass. Covers were placed for eighteen. Guests were limited to friends of the guests of honor. at 0 o'clock. Eggloston Post and families are especially Invited. Miss Lula Wingfield will leave the first of the week for Quincy, 111., for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Glen Mofflt left Tuesday for a slay In Colorado. She was accompanied by the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Andrews of Derby. U. C. T. Ladiei Picnic Ladies of the IT. c. T.' will hold an all-day picnic Tuesday at Park Villa. Wives of members of Council 39 are invited. For further Information members are asked to call Mrs. A. C. Bristol, secretary. The Young Matrons Class of St. Paul's Church will meet Tuesday afternoon at the 'home of Mrs. Sabin's mother, Mrs. J. V. Moore, 1720 Fair-view Avenue. Miss Lillian Sparks will entertain the Zeta Beta Psi Sorority next Tuesday. The Stork Special. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Andrews of Derby announce the birth of their daughter, Mary Katherlne, on Wednesday. Mr. Andrews is a former newspaper man and was at one time on The Beacon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slegel, of 1343 South AVater Street, announce the birth of twin sons, Robert and Harold, July 1G. Move Into New Home Mr. and Mrs. John McDermott, formerly of West Eleventh Street, are now located in their new home at 3334 Victor Place. 2T . I Mrs. Hilbert Kaufman will be hostess to the Good Times Club next Tuesday afternoon at her home, 1115 North Waco Avenue. Mrs. J. A. Davison will leave next month for a visit with her mother in San Diego, Cal. Sorosis Meeting. Sorosis Society of Fairmount College held a meeting Thursday afternoon at t lie home of Misa Mabel Whitney. Miss Whitney and Miss Mae Weiss were hostesses. A musical program wns given and plans were made for a series of parties to be given during the remainder of the summer Miss Midge Fosnot left last night for n visit with her sister, Mrs. Stanley I'ishback-of Denver, Col. Attend Golden Wedding Anniversary. Mrs. R. F. Watson of this city, her son, Mr. Llge Watson and Miss Ethel Watson recently attended nt Crescent, Col., the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bates. A number of relatives were present at the celebration and a large reception held for friends during the afternoon. Misses Helen BHIingi"ley, Mignnn Pehell, ' Louise Rngan, Helen Johnson, Ueneteo, Bess Bontz. Mildred Johnson, Sedgwick, Marie nixon.' Derby, Edith McMahon, Anthony. Mrs. Con Robley and sons, James and Carl, of Jerome, Ariz., aro guests of Airs. Robley's mother, Mrs. K. W. Bumstead and sister, Mrs. R. J. Blevls, of South Rutan Avenue. Mr. Robley will Join them later. An Interesting Club. One of the most interesting of the many clubs active in Wichita and one that might well lie taken as an example by older folk, is that mnde up of ten high school girls who meet once a week to sew and study mythology. They call themselves Flllne Deorus (Daughters of the Clods) and each has taken the name of some goddess. A new chapter in mythology is taken up ut each meeting and members are deeply engrossed In this most fascinating of all reading. Yesterday morning t lie club was entertained by Miss Margaret Morrison at her home on Mtirdock and Water Street. The members are: Misses llenetts Ross, Miriam Slokelv, Fdna Chlhlers. Maiuaret livrr. Mdva Parker, Margaret Morrison, Margaret Reed, Frances Ili-van, Dorothy Hanson. Grace lliliarger. ' Mrs. J. H. Berry gave a very informal luncheon yesterday honoring Mrs. R. H. Lorkwood who leaves Sunday for Michigan where she will spend the summer. Back to the Old Dances Mrs. C!. B. Hurtman, who Is spending the summer in the East and studying the dances for the coming season, writes home that the day of the fancy dance is over. Dancing teachers all over the country agree that the vogue of the new and difficult dances have "killed" the business, so to speak, lie-cause so many perrons will not take the time to learn them and thus drop Mrs. Harry Lightstone and sons, Jack and Robert, who have been guests of Mrs. John Harold of Riverside for the past week, will leave tomorrow for a visit in Newton en route to their home at Arlyinsns City. The Allan Jones Home Mr. and Mrs. Allan Jones (Ruth Gardiner) havo returned from wedding trip and are nt home to their friends at 321 South Chautauqua Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jones visited his Billy Norton Better Little Billy Norton, son of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Norton, who has been very ill for the past week, is now out of danger. Mrs. Gorrell of the West Side, who has been ill, is slowly Improving. Mr. W. E. Lawrence, who has been 111 with rheumatism, left today for Geuda Springs. Miss Mary Richt, of North Waco Avenue, is spending a month at Geuda Springs. Mrs. George Bradford of South Market Street Is spending ten days in San Antonio, Tex., with Mr. Bradford who is there on business. K. I. L. M.: (1) To make the sage tea preparation for darkening the hair put 5 cents wortli of green sage in a porcelain or iron kettle and pour 3 quarts of boiling water over It. Let It simmer until reduced about one-third. Let it stand 24 hours, strain, bottle and add one tablespoonful of alcohol. (2) I know of no way to keep the velvet ribbon on your hat from curling up. If you can get at it, damper! on the wrong side and hold that side over a hot iron. That will straighten It out and raise the nap, too. (3) When a person to whom you have Just been Introduced remarks that they are glad to have met you, thank you, Is a proper reply. (4) I ,i i. ' never reoommenneu any e. .i.-, their' ...... , i hnv containing cuiiipnoi nun .-- ........ of the latter being used In an eye wash. I should think it would bo very l-mrmfiil A solution of boracic acid In South America grows the tardi grade edentate mammal, quite rightly referred to as the sloth. It hangs Itself to a branch of a tree, as show n in the picture above, and stays on the particular tree until it has eaten every leaf. It Is so slow in motion that It takes 15 days for It to travel a distance 3 great as the average American boy can throw. Thus far students of sloths have found no reason why they are here on this earth. They are not producers; they aro destroyers, wasters, mere space fillers. Tho same is true of the other sloth you see,in the picture above the two-legged, cigaret-smoking, beer and whiskey sopping sloth on the chair. His habitat Is usually the pool room or the saloon, and sometimes he Is to be found in the kitchen where his wife or mother is bending over a washtub, begging money from one or the other. Nature didn't Intend this human sloth for a time-killing, lazy, good-for-nothing life. She meant him for something far better and more noble. She meant him to be a MAN! But some force other than nature placed dlsreputablo pnolrooms, saloons, gambling dens and other like lounging places right along this boy's pathway through life, and he, poor fellow, undoubtedly lacked the supporting arm of a father, the guiding hand of a mother, the helpful advice of friends and he fell. Neither of these sloths Is so much to blame. Nature made the one what It Is; and society Itself was a considerable factor In making the two-legged sloth what he la. in that case yokes will be worn Just as they are now. I think you can alter the dress satisfactorily. fers. The fines ranged from $1 to $5, according to the size of the offense. The following are those arrested during the week for speeding or Jay drlv- OK.: Sprinkle granulated sugar and lug: C. II. Brooks, ( (. Stanley, Wil- powdered borax around where the ants limn Heath, S. E. Rimer, C, L. Viets, are thickest. Keep all food tight ly Lucius Ades, E. W. Isaacs, J. M. covered and leavo no crumbs around. Smith, H . L. Pags, O. W. Hall, A. M. Griffith, W. J. Knightly, Otto Hund, C. A. Turner, A. J. La None, J. B. Dean. R. C. Hastings. F. W. Hambleton, Willis Whlthltt, Ed Snave-ly, L. V. Canlrell, John McHweu, W. Craven, J. W. Craig, William Horton, M. (. Leonard, Frank Dunn, W. R. Harnlsh, C. C. Poppletln and J. E. lluyes. FROM NORTH AND SOUTH Miller from Dallas, Texas, and Minneapolis, Minn., Visit Wichita Board of Trade. Millers from tho extreme North and South of the country have visited t lie Wichita Board of Trndo the past two days. 1'.. R. Neal, manager of tho Stanard-Tilton Milling Company, Dallas, Tex., waB here nil day Friday In- GRASSHOPPERS COME Hugo swarms of grasshoppers threaten the growing crops In South- parents In St. I-uls and stopped I over -,er ,s gno(1 for tired ,, sur. in Kansas City on their way home. vestigntlng conditions. So far as ern seitgwicK i numy, .ftiiaiiu, coin, known he did not buy anything. This ""fir, Burden crops and even trees are morning Lester R. Stevens, represent- being taken by the pests. Tho chinch ing the Pillsbury Flour Mills Company, 1 bug, tho hesslan fly and the army of Minneapolis, appeared on tho floor i"""" "Id small damage to early field and talked wheat prices with the grain j crops as compared with the threatened ,,. loss to grasshoppers. "In my nelgh- Just at this time the Northern mil- i borhood the hoppers are cleaning up lers have the edge over the millers everything," said Ed Horner, one of the from the South and are getting all the oldest residents of Riverside Town-wheat that comes to this nwrket. How- sbip. "In nil my years of tarmlng I ever, as soon as the wheat from Ne-lhavc never seen the grasshoppers so braska and farther north i placed on thick as they aro this summer. They the market to supplvvth Northern de- are taking whole fields of alfalla, corn mand, tho bulk of Kansas wheat will and tomatoes. We'll have to do some-turn southward for export or milling thing quick or we won't get anything purposes. from our fields the rest of the sum- Although the yield in all parts or mer. Kansas und Oklahoma thus far reported lias been disappointing, the quality of the wheat Is belter than waa Miss Bride Daly will leavo this even ing for an eastern trip of several weeks She Wis City and other points of interest. eyes. You do not need be afraid or getting the solution too strong. Apply In an eye cup. (u) Thank your rrieim expected. While there Is a little light MISTOOK HIM FOR SPY London. July 17. Two young sol- ' V ' ' i, ,.,rt I 'Hers at Oalway have been sentenced wneai, .. m .1 mui, ... .,... iml.rsonmont each or an eastern trip of several weeks. ''" ,.,., .h-n be has ru" B" Iow 67 P"""ls, l will spend ten days at Waukesha, ' a l'l'""nt evening hen he h , ,.,,. , , . and will visit New York. Atlantic you wm. place e w s he on , Dinner at Riverside Club. The men of tho Riverside Whist Club will entertain their wives nt a dinner at Riverside Club on Tuesday evening to be followed with a line party nt the Princess Theater. Mrs. John W. Fisher of Topeka will arrive this evening to pay a visit of a month with her daughter, Mrs. L. II. Stearns. Mr. Fisher will Join her later. h,,st nnd vou his guest. (6) Powders containing rice flour and other preparations are better for the skin than plain prepared chalk. (7) The tape will be all right to bind the scalloped hem of your linen skirt although embroidery would bo prettier. Class Picnicked. Class number 13 of the Grace M. E. Church, with their teacher. Miss Amy Smith, and assistant teacher, Miss Nellie Hewitt, enjoyed a picnic nt Riverside on Wednesday evening. To Celebrate Twenty-first Anniversary Caroline Harrison Circle, ladles of the G. A .R., will celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of the circle on July Jl at Park Villa. Dinner will be served OKLAHOMA: This answer Is ft little late ow ing to the largo number of letters received recently. It would bo better form to have the parents of thd bride announce tho marriage that was kept secret, it Is all right for tho couple themselves to make the announcement providing there are no close relatives to do so. I do not like tho Idea of the pictures being taken separately nnd then placed together. If you want them together, have them made that way. t,S to 60 pounds. Some, "v'r. h'J- j 'R ;, thpy,to(lk to run as low us f7 pounds, but in neaily ,.,.i,i,.,,c .howed lh Wlchlln mill IIIO soldiers nrrmimi ii"' mem 1 unit , . , ,,!, Hill 11 111" WHO 111 n linni, ... . market were ,n cars, ,.. ...- - , ; ,, bnt terday. One year ago they were 138 xcrrty that he died. The man B.!?.""r "Z .'! i" Jw .Jovod to'be a former British eoldler oilier liminrm. .in, .. ........ DISTRESSED: It Is too early to say what the autumn styles will bring in skirts. However, I suppose that the full skirts will still be with us and TELLS PLANS OF SUFFRAGE HOSTS TO DEMAND VOTE FROM CONGRESS Cal. "Let women and demand, not Shining Example ONE SHINE 5t 10 SHINES 0 PCRSMlNf, of this store's methods is shown In the exceptional offering of superior San Francisco, stand by women, Dlead ! " Such is the message brought to the West by Miss Doris Stevens, notable suffrage worker, sent here by Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont of New Y'ork to prepare for the big suffrage congress in September. The suffrage states themselves have the power to pass a constitutional amendment enfranchising women, contends Miss Stevens. "We ask so little of the women of the free states, the auftrage states," she asserted, "simply to stand by women regardless of political entanglements "Leaders of the Congressional I'nlon for Woman Suffrage" among whom Miss Stevens has a rromlnent p'ace have called this great Exposition convention of women voters together, not tt educate women voters be ause they are already better educated than the men as a rule; not to s cure legislation by berglng fr"tn the men, but to devise a plan of action among the voting women. "We are doing the political and the obvious thine by coming West where the power is." Miss Stever s leaped into the limelight practically over ri'ght as an or ganizer, tier rallying cry nas reen i'i toilet articles we are now making We (.r.frnnehised women in behalf of those could have kept to ourselves know ledte ; rf,t (.t "free." Still in her earlv ;' 's. of the fortunate purchase at big price j,HS r' ver asked for easy taks concessions we recently made. That, Horn In Nebraska, the taught school is not our policy, however. We share jn w ildest Montana; did settlement our good fortune with you. giving ' work at a contested vacation camp; much the larger portion. Come andtratned as a tenement Insiiwtor. and jet it. jhad other e xpf rienc-s which rieter- 1 mined her belief that the world reeds TRY OUR SODA FOUNTAIN Ideal Pharmacy h0 N. Main ft Phones M. 2S0-251 t - - fy- .. '. - ... " ' '' -- ' -' ' - '. MISS DORIS STEVENS problem was put out of the way for good Instead of ilutterir.g up the 10th century. "The Congrt ssional Union is simply asking the United States to do what every civilized nation In the world has done: Consider the political r nfranchisf ment of womt n in their legislative bodies. "Why. there wasn't a nation last womn of the west to assist Congress (year whose Congress had not consld-ln cstch'ne up w ith ret'l opinion, i ered this question, except the United We think its time an lUh cer.tury ifcta'es and Turkey!" women irstesd of politicians in hleh pia'-es. She wants things (hanged, and changed quickly. "We ar," she said, "rtnly tssklng the IS cars, while a year ago muny in i-ceipta on that market were 74U cars; St. Louis today had 47 cars against 2.'i.1 cars a year ago and In Kansas City today's receipts were HI cars against 509 one year ago. HE WINSPIST0L DUEL WITH HIS GAME WIFE Monett. Mo., July 17. -John Ray, 70 year old, is in Jail here nwnltlng preliminary arraignment while his wife, many years younger, Ilea dangerously woiiiided as a. result of a revolver duel between them. Ray and his wife have been separated. She lives on n farm at Mundon Springs, six miles north of here, and be at Tulsa, Ok. Ray went to his wife's home, ostensibly to effect a reconciliation. Mrs. Ray refused to see him. Ray left the place but returned an hour later while Mrs. Ray waa talking to William Arnhart, employed on the farm. It Is declared Ray opened fire on Arnhart but missed him. Mrs. ltay ran into tho bouse to obtain a revolver. Reports differ a.s to who fired the first shot In the duel but Mrs. Ray was wounded In the abdomen und fled toward the home of her mother. She was found In a clump of bushes. Ray surrendered In Monett. Ho refused to talk about the shia.tlng. of long service. WAR HAS SANCTIONED WAR BABY, SHE SAYS London, Julv 17. "War has sanctified tho war baby", said Mrs. Cobclen Saunderson before the Women's Freedom league at a meeting called to discuss the subject, "Feminists and the War Baby." Ilv the term war baby Mrs. Saunderson said she meant all babies born in wartime, whether in or out of wedlock. As to the baby born out of wedlock, the speaker declares thit the fact that Its father was a soldier gave It some glorification, but this glorification caused mothers to blame their illegitimate offsprings upon soldiers when the fathers were in fict civilians This practice hurt the reputation of the army and should, she added, be discouraged. There ought to be no difference In the treatment of tie two rlassea of Illegitimate war bmles. soldier and Lilian, by the guardians of the poor, she went on to say. Spe !al provision should be made for the livelihood of sejeh mothers by allowing them to earn their own money rather than to exist on charity. CHECKING THE SPEEDERS Twenty-eight Wb hitans have been harvested from the crop of speeders in the last six days It is the largest we k " crop" In the historv of the city. Their fines put ?2 int-j the citv'a cof- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PERSONAL MENTION " o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Mr. snd Mrs. Walter 8. fonley an-nounc n the Irlrth of a (laughter. All the employes In the offices of Wnl-Ilncrord Brothers snd thetr families enjoyed an auloinolillH tlclu and plorile Friday evening. Absurd ns It may appear, the management of the Hedgwlc k Block Is having the healing plant overhauled In the belief that the went her Is going to get cold cieorgci Dlrksnn, superintendent of the building, sulci tortny that It waa found necessary te fear out much of the brick work alsiut the boilers and build It In BIIC'W. Miss Bessie Miller, stenographer In the ffle of Wells Fargo & ('onicuny F.x-press, . Is off for a short vocation. ('. V.. Palmer, route agent of tho Wells Farge, Corupciny, has iron,, to Cblcaei to meet Ills wife and lnil.v. who have been visiting In Walston, .Muss. II. W. Walker, of Kansas City, superintendent of We lls Fargo, was In Wlchlls a few elays this week looking after the company's Intensls lie-re. (). (I Dire, for the past two years state msnacer of the Oakland .Motor 'nr Com. pany, lees with ins fiemllv tonight for Kansas City, Mo Mr. luce bus been nn-pointed branch home sates manager feu the Oakland at Kanssa City. Raymond C. Cc.k who bns held a position with thu bog buying department of the Cudat.y Packing Company will leavea teinight feir Omaha, bis home before, he came to Wichita, wbera he will engage with his fntler In the wholesale- manufacture ancl sale of Ice cream. Mrs J. L. Vaughn, .f Wlnfleld, Is In Wichita, the s'lest of her daughter, Mrs, II. .VI. Flckier. If marriage Is traveling In douhle harness, how can a wedding go off without a hitch In the proceedings? V 126 NORTH MAIN PHONE MARKET 2 103 Mid-Summer Clearance Every department in this Busy Store offering Summer Meri'hanilisn at Clearance Sale Prices. Special display Monday New Fall Suits, Second Floor, $1.00 Bleached Table Linen, yard 75c 90-Ineh Bleached Linen Sheeting Round thread, soft finish ; suitable for dresses, skirts, etc.; full 90 inches wide. Monday, yard. FIRST FLOOR 75c $1.25 Bleached Linen Sheeting, yM 75c 72-Ineh Pleached Table linen Five new patterns; you must be on hand Monday, "one day 7C IUU only" ut FIRST FLOOR A Bigger, Better Wichita. How? Every parson, young or old, can help make It 10 by asking for "Wichita Made" goods. You owe yourself a duty use "Wichita Made" good at all times and tell your friends and neighbors about them, The Kansas Printing Co. Mkt. 1 9 7 7 1 1 4 So. Emporia KWALITY KOUNTS Cascade, in Cascade Canon up 1'te. Tubs, eleven (11) miles from Colorado BnriiiKS on tha Lincoln Highway. On account of Its scenic beauty, waterfalls and cascades, cool summer climate, I'lney sir, pure sirlmc water, mountain drives snd cllmba, snd Kood hotels, has been aptly termed "The Gem of the Itocky Mountains." The Hotel liamona will he op-n for Kuesta July 1, nnd will welcome old friends mid new to Its hospitality. Auto tourists will find this a Kood place for headquarters, and from here tour tho mountain region, or for a few days' stopover on through trips over tho Lincoln Highway. lYiin Cascade, tho ascent of Tike's I'onk can bo nindo over the new Auto Head, tho greatest and tho highest Auto Jload In the world, now under construction, to he completed this season. Hotel rntes, American plnn: liy tho day, JS.00 up; by tho week, 118.00 up. Furnished cottages, by the season, $125.00 up. Lota for sale for summer homes. Address: D. N. HEIZEll Cascade, Colorado Just the Train for You 10:30 To Kansas City P. M. Daily Via Th.oofjh Sleeping Car Electric Lighted Electric Fina Individual Berth Lights Cood daylight train at .40 a. m. ds!y. Reaearva-tions and any Information at Miaaourl Pacific Ticket Office, Corner Douglasa and Wichita. C. K. BOTHWELL, G. A. r. D.. Wlehll.. R. T. C. MATTHEWS. A. G. P. A., 24-Z Midland Bld. Kansas City, Mo. Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIflCR rTrftl Mill fl Pl' (., Utatf ftri'l Nin f'iaftta, nl mif OUmisfj n a t.tjra. 'r )cfljt d-t!ll'n It lift at.Mul ihi tat ofW yra, avud In tjftrtiiit ati.4 It t ! 'it- It ll pro-pnf inti). A t ' no fxinitrUit of noUf arii lir, 1. A ha"r ih) to ft nf tr bfttttt'Q ft ftint ) : A o let-Ufa will u t h m, 1 rcommo1 GurtJi Cream M tb tetflt hrmfl f th n ( i-riu At iruMa"n'1 lPr' mnt nram f trl I. HtcHont 4 ton, Prapi., 3 B'til Janet St, IT. CI NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT it will save you time and money if you uso THE BEACON'S WANTS. READERS Going Out of Town Readers of Tho Wichita Itea-con can have tho paper mailed to them at any out-of-town ad-tlreaa for any period of time. The address limy bo ( hanged as often as desired, but w ith ( hiinge both the old and new addresses mist bo given. Address The Wichita Deacon, Circulation I'epartment. Wic hita. Kansas. READ THE BEACON. 10c A WEEK. 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