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ST ATI: JOUPtXAL, 5IOXDAT ETEXIXG, JA.XITAI1T 1, 1804.
13 OLIVE HARPER'S IDEA VHE DZSCRISE3 THE NICEST GOWN GF THE SEASON. "it Is an S;lri!lt A I'-iir, I nl f .iuic to Drop a Tear For the Slim Hlo Pay I'f.r It. " ii IV i ( i . U'r-i' ri"-- J A Colli h'liU to lieUi :!:. ? i u f. --eel i (.:;(-;: i . L. ...-?.! "r',"j J . - riT v i iti I." - ' r.l L-t-iif trvim; t 2' t n :i -V" l.i-n Ml t mauimr ill I 11 I i 1 , n t f 1 1 1 i 1 i ( - "- L 'f Ve soiue-u.mj; ta...t is so : i-w and iu ex . . . - " ' ' -t - MOIiEI. HOME n5f-S. raornt from rao noim of view or other f T 1 J 1T 3 - (. V 1 1 I t V wiiu a coin! neaxt to ted laout ir. 1 1 1 t ii f- i I - 1 1 v c 1 1. t I I t ci vs h i t w o n mg; s i 11 1 1 v'l f -. I " 1 t 11 1 I i O " 1 if f 1 I i . . W I I I 1 i 1 , 1 ! i. i V I 1 1 . 1 - f X - C ( l," till 1"1 1 i t i ii l 1 1 7 t 1 ! f I 1 II 1 i I I . j.il. Willi 1 el ! 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Dianas TI lio Hunt, Fsir t'intrr TTcicpii, t -l l'laj-!. of Oolf, TennJ ami Hockey. A rfti: w f ? thr athlf.ic sov and pastifixs in. w!;ie't wacien Htf lvc mii;: prjininc-Et is M-.t li.tt-r;-? i-i? in r?v ew Kiid most enconrajiinar in itc jih --i-y rf the new tiiil etrca ig-r won. aulio-jd '. t the f ut a: There are woid-'U who stahi end ehoot and fish, ml tl m are others who make a proft-s-sioii of s '.lie 1 art: cn lar jraiiiO whose uaiaes fit n r--;niiid tis of a tennis court c rjroli ground. -V it er Mrs. Tyack'S the bran-t Diana .-. Tnodorn date, and fine ort.vn other F1111 lish wciiieu wiio l a .e sh t the hears in the woodland, com. the women wiio have stalkud and killed the rod d .-er. Jitalkincy may be hard, r xv.-zh wmk, re qairjiit; an unusual ana u'it cf endur ance, but tliere are p'enty of Snjli. a. wo men who posses; the fctien.tli an 1 de light in tbo brief f.jiilkhtjr armon. la this countrj' a well known h r.utsv. i iaa 13 Mrs. Will All.-n J)roin;.fi-.le, a writer well known to the -Soste i littrary set, who has a cabin in the Te-iiiessee iik na taina, v.ith portiei-fes and window h; 21,.-:-inprs cf fox and coon and bear skins and ornaiv 1 ? of antlers from the dee r she has shot hert-elf. 'dany Eelrsli v-)ni-en, too, are as good with a rod as vita a rifle, and the lift is headed by the I'riiiecss of Wales and 1 er dancht -rs, all of whom are trood f-alniou rlh -rs. The Duchess of Fife has dsi.ed regular ly on the Dee ail the ar.tirmi with much success, haviny can ;ht l -tween f : 1 t 40 salmon. To h ai die a In avy s 1!. non rod well and to make a c ist ot s.nae 4 ft or 00 feet of line so that the fh. ali-rht on the water withi.i a few : of the dt sired spot reor ire a. s . 1 a 1 1 ii'hes IT '"at amount of strength as well much pructiee. Lawn tennis ,1 dozen years at o was fht resource of every summer tnrl. bnt now in many country placer in til n'1. and the most deserted n-rncr e-f ilie pi a -rae groanils is the lawn tennis court. ' 1 .So ciety has ceased to flirt with lawn ten nis." It may s; e the century 1 1 t. but every year it will be playt d bss by those who have no particular facility for it and .Given over to the ch; 11 pi . 11s. Golf has taken the piace cf terms, and it is capital exercise 'or sinews and muscles, is; not extremely f atijruific. iu England ce.n 1 t piayed bulb in '-''iai er and summer. The- iame is played in a lar;:e pruss covi-Ted ipace with titty balls and odd little In 10k s ' r clnV. by means of which the ball is proi el led oven the .UTonnd. The art of urivii; ..: the- little balls from cm; tole in tie- l ound to an other is by noii!:!n soeas v a.- it Ki-k, but it is; 1 y no means in .po.-si i;.e t; the woman who do'-s not 1- s- h'.-r tt 1 iper when the ball rts int j n "i : 1 "r" end has the . i seise 1-. wear suitalae and comfortable clethiue. ioL"ni-.f wo iiii n are said to be 1110 re entlmd: st ic (ivr t'nt'ir favorite g'ain- tiian h ill the men who play on the li til:-. Hockey is snot he " tan rir frame, ie r ticnlariy with En.iish c li; 10 a iris, though it is ratle r roni . 1 1 is 5 1 ivad on a smooth, level rectal; 'le, wed the players divided in'o tn oto s ore ii vi r-r-the two ends of tie; poank. .V t uek with a thick knot ted -ik1 is ii oltu knoc-k tlio ball from the opponent's- end of the line. The Thami s has a la lies' "'cieht," too, which attt a'-'s eon -ii i-ra-hle attention. The mem! ei s of the e-revv are ail neatly attir d in white, with ties and hat bauds of L anih r eerise. Th ?y lull a light craft, and tie ir r.-.ving is remarkably good, with tic- piop r time and botly sswinx. Well--ley e...'l g girls, too, have a mew. v.a U trail e, and cloin.ij pretty wc rk with tile oats, while every class 1ms its ch is-n t-j.rh: in training during the easoti. Ji.tercul- legmto l.'oat races i etweeii ti;e w . cidleges may be a feature 01 the tietli century somar at ha;alaii(i is already known as the woman tury. ls" w York Snn. iJil s -ii eon- Mrs. W;ill:-i'8 il SatTrailie. Mrs. ZereldA G . Wallace, the in k ti er of Bin Hur, " is spendinj; the w.nter in Chicago. bile says: ' 1 low 1 reioice over the results of the w-1) ; i an "s s :. t? re. ge campaign in Color;) lo. not so urt-h that the women have the sufih'a.i-e as bet arise the whole thing shows the progr and develoinent of men qr.it ;ts u ui h as of women. Talk as mneh ;es v,a may of the progress vt wovtnm. th v hole question revolves it -eif into thii- H'hat, until men grow just, br e 1 and l i and, they will never deal rigkteou-ly with us or theniselve-. Hence 1 fee 1 taat the attitude of tiie men in C doi ade i t tiie most If tpeful feature. It is e aly the leginni:ig of th . ei d. L -t us tiia ik Ci-: jd and take courage. Hu-nanity '.vi 1 in time reach, its high d'ti..y Hnd vindi cate its claim to divine origin. " -Union Signal. It is no longer the thintr to bnvo ekirts instle, because 'hit no h guarantees silk liuiuj;. There c now a cotton li. 11214 tlad can 01: ;r silk, so now you must '-t falL.'V.' skirts to ru.-.tla. and V uu h; vi mentioned cotton linint,' in take it be.cattso its ru.-tle says (.'otitis, ton," a:ad nothing ei-e. If yt n real silk take ii t ut, f. r it says ' ton, cotton," jest like thei.ther. makers will te'.l you th..J skir's : with silk wear bt :ter, iianjr l:-eft Eoniethinjc, so rny';;e yo 1 will Lave just the same, wily it 1,111st net n New York Zdail and 3i:-i re-s. year niter .'le es usile vuur " the out, Cot- haevei -ineu r, or silk .st ie. Mrs. Kliza I Iloatt. Mrs. Eliza F. It eitt, wife of ix-Gw-ernor John L. Eoutr c f ( derad-. was the fist worn .1:1 in De:iv r wu 1 . gis tered to veto unit r the je w etoail. suf frage law. t?he g.ive Lit r v .eg up .ti jn as housewife, and in r voitckcrs w,- r j ex- Gi .r Lh . rt and .;ato :g-'iator i Ghitrh?s Ilartzoil. Mis. 1; uttt is t-e.-i-I dent of the Denver lllouai Outrage i league. ilr husl md was the h e: i-r-1 '. i a 1 god TIKI' a id The lh -t g iv-rgor ef Cirit eaeio air -r i he t-nitte-y -.va ; ed ; mit-.eti to ttatehoou. She r.-.;jst 'el i-at-.! r.rday evening, iunaedi n- ly a f ! the rra'iiiiuaa. ii was issued .y u-JV-.-riiOl VVaite. Vt-ZLYiv L .-Ues- e, y '" TWO PARIS GOWMS. A TWICH MARRIED COUPLE. After Divorce, Love Asserted Itself and tiuslii'il Out rride. A secret wedding occurred recently under most unusual circumstances. The most peculiar ftaiture of the strange matrimonial event is that the contract ing 1 arti-a-s had been married to each other nearly 20 years ago and quit a re eently separated by divorce. The groom was John Walsh, one of the best known ami most resnect.-d citizens of Col u tu bus. Tie bride was his former wife, Josephine, who-ie friends are among the oldest and best families of the city. Mr. Walsh is an extensive real estate dealer, and has 1 nig been one of the wealthiest men of the north side. Mr. and Mrs. Wahh ooeupied an elegant home, and their married life until of recent date saiinel 'o "lie all sunshine. Tine public was profoundly surprised i.ast June to hoar that Mrs. Walsh had sued for divorce on the grounds of in compatibility of temper and harsh treat ment. Everyone who knee.- John Waln personally was satisfied that ho was juiltv of no grievous wrong. The fame aeopie, or those-of them who also knew Mrs. Walsh, wc re sure that she had been good and faithful wife. Therefore, it -ocn came to be tuidersttod that Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, because of a, combination of trivial con: rc versies and a mutual desire to avoid further disputes, had agreed to. permanently disagree by sepa rating forever. It was a Very solemn stop, ami it was not 1 a ken hastily. They eau-iden .1 it several weeks while living together bi-in-i-.tli the same roof and in the house both had called home for so many years. Finally, however, Mrs. Walsh took the derisive action, and her suit being uncontested the courts soon did the rtst. She was granted an un conditional decree of divorce and Mr. Walsh generously settled upon her a goodly fchsre of his estate. Mrs. Walsh removed to 1,411 fc'ummit street, while her di vorced bus-band took up Ms resi dence at the Park hotel. It was not hang until both begin to long for the old home, with its cherished memories and its many comforts, but pride stepped in when harsh feeling left, and they remained apart. Mrs. Walsh was perhaps not the greater sufferer of the two, b it the was the ii -st to succumb to the pains of separation. Putting back pride, ehit-rrin everything but the old devotion for her hr.sbjfnd she made the first overture. Sir. Walsh was more slow to forget what he regarded as the trreat injury he had suffered. lie hes itated, and for a time it seemed the di vorce suit would outlive the rekindled tires of aft ev; then. One day Mrs. Walsh carried to her former husband's office deeds for ail the property he had con veyed to her when the separation oc curred. With t h deeds .--he took to him others for all th.: property slue had pos sessed before their marriage, which was of considerable value. iShe gave them to him, and then, standing there practical ly penniless and alone in the world, asked him to take her back to his heart and home. "I ha ve1 made ov er all my property to you. as you will observe by thesedeeds," said ZMrs. Walsh, ''and now I want to again be your loving wife, as of old. If you will not con-eut to a reunion, then I want to die, are! I shall take my own life, leaving' what I had and what you gave me to you." Mr. Walsh thrust back the deeds to the prt'i erty, and in their stead took to his arms the woman whose undying de Votion hatd replaced her upon that ped estal in ni JTi's heart which can be occu pied only by his wife. A marriage li cense wais secured for the second time, and a ceremony duly performed. The affair had ba-cii kept very quiet, and this is the first announcement of the happy finale in the troubles of John and Jo sephine Walsh. Columbus C r. Cin cinnati Enquirer. Vitlue of a "Motlier-m-laAY. The first case on record in which a man has sued for damages sustained by the death of his mother-in-law came up in the s..q trior court of California. One Webb, whose mother-in-law met her death through the defective methods of s.t re et construction employed In the city of Marys vi lie, brought suit against the municipal corp 'ration for damages in the s-utu of s-j.OoO. The case was an un usual one, and tiie trial was lookesl for ward t.i with lively interest by lawyers and others eager to learn what assessable value a man might claim to poss-.-ss ill the person, service and companion.-bip of his mother-in-law. Unfortunately for those who had awaited the trial of the issue, the action was brief an 1 ter minated abruptly. The superior court, - r f' ; . ' 1 - 1 V " If " ' on a demurrer from the defendant, threw the case cut of court, simply ruling that there was no cause of action. The mon etary value of a mother-in-law is there fore stiil an unknown quantity in Caii- fcrnia. New York Herald. Anotncr Crarili Broke Louse. He had strayed into one of the public buildings, and was looking wistfully at a rack on which were a number of hnnd grejnade fire extinguishers. He was a Very mill looking little man, and he failed 01. t. "Say!"' to several people be fore he could get attention. At last a watchman saw him and said: "What are you doing he re?' 'Xothin in particular. Dut now that I'm here I've got an idea. I want to bor ry one of those tire extinguishers." " 'What for?" '"Cos I'm cold and hungry, an the only place I can be anywise comfortable in is jail. But I don't want to do anything that'll hurt my conscience ter git in." 'But bow will the lire extinguisher kelp you:" "Why, I'll just grab it and muss my hair up ami run through t ho street. Then I'll git arrested lar being a crank Jin git more sonars meeds than I've had before in months." Washington fcitar. l-itiott'h C'nsisteucy. Extreme piousness is often more provo cative of humor than of admiration, as the employers of a certain puritanical young Scotchman have found out. He came from some- country place near Edin burgh with the strongest of recommeu dations feom his old pastor, who stated, among other things, that ".-an gnde a boy he w as that there was scarcely a dry eye in the congregation when it was an nounced that ho was to go to America to seek his fortune." lie proved to be not only a good clerk, but obliging to his friends, and when the annual picnic was planned he proposed to save his fellow clerks the expense of printing their pro grammes by typewriting them him-eif. When, however, the list of diversions for the day's pleasure was handed him, and he found that dancing- was among them, he exclaimed violently: "I'll nae print that ungodly word 'dancing on paper. I'll typewrite the rest of it and leave a blank for that wicked word, which some of you world ly men can put in for yourselves!" Har per's Ba::ar. FIGS AND THISTLES. This world is too small to show just how big a good man is. Love is doubted when it leaves the cost mark on the present. When the devil fishes for men, lie does not let tli em see him bait tiie hook. It will not help your own crop any to throw stones at your neighbor's truck patch. When you piray for God to bless other people, don't insist that he shall do it in your way. One re-aeon why some men do not have better wives is because they are such poor huabulids. Tiie man who has a kind word for ' everybody will not need a brass band to draw mourners to his funeral. It is about as wise to sit on the limb : c-f a tree and saw it oil' as it is to worry about things we cannot help. Ram's Horn. An EdjUkI: Christmastiile Custom. In Sta.l'ordshire, England, the children wh.en hanging up their stockings cm : Christmas eve repeat the following : thyme addressed to the goo 1 fairy of Christmas, believing that it will infalli bly in- a -- the bringing of whatever gift i .hey most desire: Christmas lay of Christmas flay. Let m.? wish want v. i-h I may. It I think, v.atli love, of you You win make my wi-h come true. Xot What It t'sed to lie. "It's hard for us folks to a living nowadays," paid an old itinerant tiuiypc man the other day as be clwl 1 be shut ters on bis nearly broken down wagon preparatory to leaving a litel-e ooutigry vil lage near Philadelphia. "Ic used to be that we made lots of money, hut then hce city fellows got to off: ring cabinet photograph for so little that people 'ion't want tintypes any more, and we have a mighty hard time to ke.-p the wolf fioia the door '" Philadelphia Call. Try Phillips mineral waiter. It is o.m-sid-ered - fee tinest water for th-3 utomaeli. 012 W. Eighth avenue. Try it IsJdii;s: IShOi Tt-.bx at half price for one week. Call ami get one. I (aid y six left, i 714 Kansas ave. Try our Irish stew at 730 Kansas avenue. IfBOifflf 10 E ST AB LI S o- -FOUMfELT- Topefca Foundry & Llacliina horlis, ESTABLISHED 1868. MAlTUFACTURER OF STEAM ENGINES, MILL MACmNEr.Y, SHAFTING, PULLEYS, GEARINGS, FITTINGS, ETC. " UCOD TOBimiS, : ' vTI3Ii3, : GUIS GOTTHIS, BHLS. ' 1 ChSUIiISS 0? M.1 EIIID3. y - J . I W fi",.1" - - a g-- r-TcL Absolutely FrjRE - 5utT:'Z." IT you wish to buy or rent, a first class new cr second-hand Piawo or Oi-i-aa, open tiie most favorable terms, call upon us. We have secured the services of a first class piaxo pot.i? kh ar.d inrme a and are ii-rtqjaied to repolish all kinds of mu .e d in, iu m t , lur.m , . REPAIRING SOLICITED. DIRECTORS: A. IV. Ktwitrtos, A. Washburn. -I. K. Mtilr:tn.. A. Jein,herd, t;.n. Ih Hale, WiUis Isorton, T. T. lUxifors, D. V. Mollis. II. K. ia.wle-y. Tiie Topeka Capital Stock S5.GGO. InEo-roratEil IS ST. Pays four per cent. Interest oa savtnas deposits. Hon rs 10 to 4. Mouday Md sbt ur-.iy eveinDgj to 8 o'clot-k. A. W. KNOtVt.EH. Pkmsidknt. A. W AKJ-iBTKN. Vice I'i.es lx Ka-tx. L. Ci. lil'AL, Xkkasckkk. R. D. INGERSOLL Sl CO., Ilinv removnl Uicir busiiu-ss t. M7 i:at SiMh avciai, w!;(T' tlicy v ill do a t-n- I u -i.-r takiii'j: ; n I I.iiiitaSiiiin--; iniiiif"-s. WE HAVE FIRST CLA33 LADY AND GENTLEMEN E M E A L r .'. E H 3 We have tin- i-ine-t jm-l Paree-.t Clia;.("t aaC He-o Mi.rgae ;n tin- otv. ami 1-I'e- !' ' '-aa ' or aiiu-i-iiii.liiui'. ctir Oi'lift- is open eay ttinl iui;ll. Iter. It. I. In-orsoil, Embaimsr. lor Kast .l'":: o elekSKG J T' -"fit. .t. "4" 1 i-r-Il"t Acndomv of fkonni.H miikaitijg, w5il oin STtoniday ev-iii:i!s. t?t. For trriuf, adUrcm at Ac-siil-Piii -. liall lor rent for pat- tie or balls. "Sfoix Itavo rer:cl Tiio TOPEKA SIM I id ill' Tlio day. MASSEY, Practical Horas-Eiiocr 213 WEST FIFTH ST., Teiepie TOPEKi KANSA3. TrcK tuid road siieeaiS 'h--1'- OOBlL : '.j''" , w-T V It' r - f w MCHI0E Wl MED 1375. GEO. II. fdlLLIChl, O.' A. IlOLCOilh, i Ki'i'i ::..! 1 Near Iiock Iilaad Frft. Depot. f"""p" rs f-j ,r n r f ' ..- i ""j ,'' ... It.j-,, .J giU V.,i U a,. , I G ' t ' " ' ft...... ...A.. M r n zzi , ' '. '- ; EaYisgc G- DANCUIG CLASSES. 3Sr. C I. Hnrloii" (Ir.iicin-; 5 -.-- October 1 4 1 ii, at :t i. tu.. t "iio SsnlS. Advanrrtl clax-. I'.r liiii f - v ?Sondry vf?itisr. iii?-;ia'.cri' -: - -5aKjeEicitiit Tiic-xl ay t.vcn'i;- "v. ' - t CHEAP FUEL IT V .-t ,ir ( -. l,,r as 3 1 latirf iu i-;:ih-.. : i-i-faiv I.:' t- I , - s. i- i, 1 I if rni' j1!. i we i-eli-r l: our rnl ( r . of tew l v. ! - ir " - '' a . .... tr ;'l-.ilTV. .- . ' . . . - ! Vi'tll i- Js f H'llt erI"--: lC: l.e I lints Kif a r.-i it I '. j "- t". i. t m ; cor. Stlt KiM I-lio. i .nf-y IS eh e ; 1 1 ' ure ie t :.ebi . j.roiaoeu .a : " - . ping. 1 .e y i.- e, U 1' rtti-t-li.-l t- i I k i a ai-i .ha a n 1 a h -r tie.-;,- we is. a.a - i ! f.. n (i.j'.sai to'.vn aa 1 i Ihey exja-it ia.l . rm-rch .m ' s wili !'. t Krio vv wiu.l ilea I g-ot in tiie i'',aa;ae their f.iN ot k at S e 1 : 1 er. IS THE TIME CAPlr.rAL COAL Y A 1113, ii2 west rousia sr. Ota-e Ccai :;.4t"S r " , , can ere-e- on : e-a :u.-i v ee-i ' '-a,-, -,, (ira-n's ..t-r-cv ie.,1 e- )-" . Ociiie in at..) s.-e ui it yu o,;i. !.. g- , ca Cuai or S e o . I. V. 23. GHAUT, 4i-z wr.v.r 'a- on: :