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STATIC JOTTRNAI TUESDAY ETEXIXG, JAXTTATTT 2. 1891
jf vi-'w SHfch F"pr n none vvith the brightest 'page in the history of -their business, with nen lid trie Mew o, O 1" ''"W -r - "I 1 Keeping every promise faithfully and offering the very best. A larger list of regular custo I mers is enrolled than any three other houses in i opeka. Uili ol. Colors. do 'Potatoes, pe ha Kansas Potatt-es, per lu Iowa Potatoes, j-er bu Dry Salt Meat, per lb Choice No. 1 Hani, per lb I 1.5 lbs Lard 1 CO Cream Cheese, j er II Buck Cheese, per lb 6 11-a. Large Uaisiue 21 7 lis, Cui rants 2; 3 Its. Lar-e California Prunes 2! T0:'' Cans Pie Apricots. 3 Cans Pie Pi n is .5 Cans Pie Grapes Caris Pie Peached i Cans lJie A pi.-- j q : Cans Pie I Apple 3 Cams Corn ;i Cans, S lb. Tomatoes 15 ii Cans Salmon lTu Cans Oil Sardines GO G6 tg 6 Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Crapes and Plums i:i heavy syrup, Cali fornia jroods, 2 cans 5 '!s. X. i). Granulated Sm;ar . SS 1 ls. XIco Brown Sugar . 7 bars Kirk's White liussian .Soap Corn Starch, per pkn'. All Package Coffee .... pk?s. Pear line .... pi. us. Soap: ne Horse Shoe Tobacco Star Tobacco 1.00 i fist J i n. - Ii2 J? otS 4 ' Fresh Couinry Etrs, per doz. Fresh Country Butter, per lb Ooud Parlor Brooms -) doz. Clothes Pins Choice Pickles, per gallon. . : al. pail Sugar Syrup io S ) If prices are any el j.-.-t to I get vuiif trade, we uti.l-r.-t it e lijvo the nid- rim : (, you want any, ;ret our pric G6i Scotch .)at-?, per ea-e '-l Kirk's White PiwV.au ,,.t 80? W;tter Queen So.ij 1. pail Sugar Syrup C0pVhit-:' Cuiu Su'd! 505 s lbs. Buckwheat Flour 23 j CAPI'TiiL GROG I.J I . 1 fral. pure Maple Syrup . 50 S. SPilOAT, X ' SLUCHilX AN' SLUCiGlX. O'lleefe Pounds Bradshaw All Over tha Stage. GOES HOl'E 7ITH ALL THE HONORS Tlie .'im-i i tT" ami t he l liief of lolioe i'rrwut at tin- S"!a fri ti;t 3iat"li and o t Ji i ii t li aieii Worse Tlian u Jtlomty Xoc. Two hi.ndr-d nun f.3id about twenty Kai.sas City sports, marched up into Hamilton hail la-t evening- ar:d after a vvry weak L'dn'e couts:, ruarched dowu u train very much (iirLuled. Tin' li; lie Line tio-.t the uianasrera put iiji b- vL-p-riMf. abojt that the contest would be a rofular i. ri ie lijrht, did not work to eri't ctioii ;is it ouiy trot a fair .-!.! 1 au.Iii-ii.e into tie hull.' It did not take lotisj tu prove that the contest was J or point a:,ii imt f r a knockout, al though radaaw fret c nocked out of the rintr twio'. In ia( t, -Mr. Brudshaw thoncht ; t-rltnps it wis a prize liirht be fore he irot thrutich. It w as v o'c.-ick l. ji Sheriif Wiiker soii and i'i 'Or i ieput is clur bedtbe steps intu the h.dl ai.d then the crowd beyan to tile in. At the se id of tie st tirs stood Kid ViI-ou, a "sp.rt" fn l;l New riean, ho tuck ih'' tU k-ti. "ivid" looked a fvj.lcrd pj eed lir.- jucki y. The twenty ri'jire- enrativt s of '"the t;dcnt' of KunMH C .t y alt occupied seats upon ttu stati'-' aim Jc nt ai l ami com tort to O'Keefe. Atnonij the crowd were Jitlly fii-.cr. I 'at Pi rt ?1.:, who lishts G'-o. I'uririn at l.i avcttwn th h.hjii and who! Bessie Stewart his seat was at end of ninth, alter re peated blows iri face. Tenth In the t-jnth Bradsilaw :;ets ill a powerful riifht ia tJ'Kc. fe- i, :.. . Eleventh Brads haw lorees a:al at tempts an uusuccesst'ul lao i strike. )'Keefe slips ai.d Bra is haw j.-et j in a left. Twelfth Bradshaw puts in a few straiirhts but the bloss lack force. Thirteenth Bivdsha v ;rr,ets a b; j;iir ami bleedinir raouth. Fuurteentii - -Xo .hits, -imply playi 12 around rin ir. Mr. and Mrs. David Eekert, son Wil liam, and Arthur Frowe, are visiting in Waineiro. Mr. and Mrs. Schute entertained a few friends very pleasantly at cards Friday eve nin ir, at their home 71 1 West Fifth street. Bailey's orchestra played several selections durinir the eveninir. Tin .e ju'e.-errt were Mr. and Mrs. J. i. Wil-y, Mrs. E. F. Kniirht and daughter of Kan sas uy: .Messrs. Jentier, .Miller, iiarry , The !S-eakers ot r online Tlieiu- " . , st'lv(to".tIoi'alSutisi(i-:in(l .ur. itu-i 31 rs. Geo. I . nates jrave a larcre ainner party yestero.iy. TO PASS THE PL EDGES J 1 Tempsrmca People to Circulate Toetotalism Promises TO BE SIGNED BY THOSE WHO WI3H. ,ott heard Patti in Kansas iiiccnt falil They Ouulit to Koeji I'l'wltikit ion is f iiteetiiu- At tne wp'SUinjj ot u oet-r in . -vitss Alice )'Keer'e appears before f.e udl-nee a-i 1 , Ci;v Frhlav. says he can't afford to rlu:, us t ie aree- Miss Mattie Jot.es, daughter of Dr. I), j meat prohibits it. The aiun na re neat i ! C. Junes of the Soldier's home, is visitinij j hissed, and he enters w.th dt t rt:; nation, j Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haydeu, It)'.' 7 Van 'Both iret in about the same number of ! Buren street. straights and con" est e.id-. i 'ledfrlinr announces a urn', as he I msr Harry Seal-rook. Both are cadets at i The Shawnee County Phalanx of Tern said the articles of a-ri emeut eal.ei it-r : Martnaduke's Military academy at Sweet 1 , ,,.r., ,..,,ro,.r . . , . .., t jjk a iv t. i 1 1 1'ota abstinence was almost side tracked last evenine- at the total alti- ! nence mass meeting at the Meihodi-f 1 church, prohibition was more talked Arthur Williams of Lawrence, is vi-it- a bo tit by the speakers. -K"---.- """iv. "VT rW fT -r;F T w Trw- -if T-w ' - t 1 "- ' -' Hutu nr rum i i ! HTM0 AUEEBACH C-C GU it j L A i m XOHTU TOP Eli A. SOCIAL AND riliisOXAL, , Mo. Mood, clerk at the National. j abstinence society forme 1 at. the mass ' ! meetinir, who.-e urpose it is to m:i e ii y am i ires oi! Hems or Interpcl from tl-o Nortli side of the Stiver. J. W. Morrow and daughter. Miss l.eora, fjient New Year's day with friends in Meri ien. ana VlHltor ia Tow.,. ! '? ' "-V 1 , l"i,u "yv1'? . of wlli-h is the lSHh century ,,1 Miss Mvrtle l).,vis eotertroreo :ii .!,-.... o . . - ibitrner,, ol wh.cli pl.;., ... ;i. .0 110(1.1. forty friends last evenii ;ir. for ;i -r rolher ! MT- l r-r,-x- !l.-.i....n t., r.ti,n..a.l t, . 1 ' io- ,". i i. i n .- ....! .. ,- ! , " . ' ' . ' " .... " ' ' i as "i'o in . -.urn io - i i .-o i,. , Jlf.r mjrjm m lvansas v ny. t Mi the score I'a'd, woieu .ar i.s.-a io.- i (due-. GilHilen of Colorado, is in tow n. t P . Vll hiirh live were tooics o ioii wld.'-h the hi- I r w,.. -.ov. .i : ... i"o P'to t r 1101. i..i i i. - o.o.' i i. oi 1.. .' dies conversed, ai d t h i aa-c o p r- ; t,.r,iav afternoon was largely attended. 1 tion of the compa-iy were acoru thi s The rooms were tastefully" de.-orat.-d. privilege ot vot n i U,v -fo- mo. t t rmmn-; t Watson's orciiestra furni.-hed the must taiKor. Miss P.owiuaii . f Lt-rvt invrlii Mri. J. 11. Hankla will ent-rtain tl v.iiii, o.i. mo awiuu, ' " ' o,.o,t.o,t, . I,;;IleS S- H.uetV o Ihe l-'irst -U . 1.. I'tltllCU nmi!.-.t tie .i:w..io f,,r t. t. t- !.i ii!..r . f I . r. ' i .. i i tie worn anion tr me anta re cm i Mrs. II. hl- X" v.... .o l. , .-i.-ui -..- x eai s .ii i.niooim. . ., , , . , . ,, .... . . , ,.,.,,,.. Bi.--hoti and 3lrs. Ihomas spent imdav . ...i .o.-tt ,.i...i...l. ...... ',., 1 ne ladies who receivittl wuth ihe bl.shou ccllpied . . .,.,: a. ,, mil, .....o,.,., .1.1. Morris, vesterdav, v. er" very ilnliM- lUiiy eno-riaineu o m-i ui iut-- o o i -n V numi er o! 1 he TO-DAY'S 31AKKi:i' UV.l riniiioii'd l.v v. r. i a, i io oo jo . r:i . :i, !'ru i i - r i i. U !tn '. - . oliiiii !in ItiOtiliib. i'i' :t .f t . : i ; .. f . Chicatrt': .laniiei-v w neat ':: t.. hied, live Burners ol which iileUir i' 1 uem-e I ves to i bevera-e the remainder of this , ua.v caliers were pre.-em. century and on the oiner sate ,.s u . ill lovc:i rturnea io m -"i'4.e-, ,n A eommi'tee 0f h f t,-,-u tin- university to. lay. prominent tem perance workers was ap- Ira Mi-tzs.'i-r. ol arneit, is 'i-;t!i)e- ins -tor, Mrs. ('. ('. k in iver. closod yetc.:.iy, .;' (,U;;;, hi - h ;'.,. P. (do- od e-t i rd i v c.u'ii op. 1 hi e .. o 1 en.-ed lied .lav opene, cdo-'ed i;1 ;;s the evetiin Tho.-e t iresent wer. Mis- I.orti Papre of Denver, B -win trt ; Leaven worth, Edna Crar.e, I ra o Fou k-. M irv Moon. Eibbie Jlazh-p. Nina .jua'ih,r, i .M.srv pomte i to ilisini't the city ana count v und carry cm acomide',- eauva-.-. die.-; J. if. Foiu-ht has returned from Callao, July oi pian stle-jrentHd is to eet ail store keepers j Mo., where he has been the oa.-t weekou rlosod to ask their employes to s";mi the jUedire. l n-iue-s. and some ;mta i c ohieuo- to carry .ml The knWkt-t of Pvthias installed their v.- ollio.-rs la-t looht. A number of d i - m . ,i,., . ' tiiiii tiK'ti continue the work into ..vrv 1 " - Ul UIKiCS l Mi-:U SIIKUIFI-- j home in the city and county. The o! .b-et . . . . , ! cf ptU!i;x Hiniil-iVfTb to dn this is tu Irin; i Tom 1 1 kerson ivtn tin I'ohiiion itntl ( . - . . A , - ' 3 . ; t 1-t-ir tin prooure wlacii . v-rv i-m- ; ii nvi'i (-!(:-(-, t c . ii LTPitTi-r iir I. - i v - ' Sheriff-El.-et David N. Burdtre tciay 1 t,:u OVer'ltis emphn-es.'and in-tuce'th.-ia i a n n- hi need the appointment ol his under to si.'n whH her t h e v --i-..t! v . iei rt- to or I About b o'clock ; '. l ee Captain Gish, Serceunt Dot ovan and Oflicer Blumen srock entered tho hall aud took seats in the rear. The enHri 5 ain men- opened vv ith a very "lou.diV .-. : of it. Eee t'arr. The exhibition was painful to tire audience and its end was greeted v- b a loud s'.'iis of it be '. The contest of the evenmo was tet-Aeen Frank Brad shaw of To ieka and John O'Keefe of lvansas City. The stars, acted Ilk amateurs in cet- itidir members of the order from the soil. It :-i e- were present. The Knitrhts and hadie- ,f Security will install their newly rlct'lid olIioT-toni- lit. .1. P. Uobinsoii took to the ro-.id yeain fter a week's vacation with his is 1 Use : a ! ! e . , i bears ih" tit! of "S liiinavv Kid.' James Thompson, E.hi i M ..'C.iii-oe-;, Maoti ' . . . i, i t". : " '. 7 - ' .. ' f " . SiOUi fl ailii onir ot t ne (it-; utt les. I no! Tlie re-u!l will be of eoio-,. ;,, today City -Mar, and el'de Jijunsou ot the i Lenfestv. CIvue (triib!--, Charles keeier. ! r c;il- ....... o. ,.,-ot ' n"1- 1 --uo wni o. , oi .o i . . in, ,.-r; '.i.. .... . ,, i , , .. ."ii ..... . - ... .' J-o.ii ii-. i . li i . i . 1 1 .. t i .1. i i it i 1 1 1 a u v i'ii c1 s tti.it tlie employe will PreaK I iau;n.. i .ii ' s toso s ... i, on . .1 tr s oi - e. ( a ollil OiVi'li. 1 l a l . e , . VI i li (.ii v a i uj. , : r 1 I . ...t , ... ... . t- t o , , , ,r. ,, . - , , , , . , , -e - - , , , ... . - . . i . . , ... . r r , , i r 1' . . 'ti:,.. - ' 1 " . h - o UitM'irll 'U nil l!ll' SIV: 11 1-. IT" a '.ICO OV -O 1-s jlllliO l.uoi'-l 01 i . in ou hi. cu iVda-i-, v-nv : into oihce on Monday and this week the j m:my as nu-rclv an encotirae-ement to the -nest of Miss Minnie McCall. c lt 1 enoe' lne bh.ir '-Hh;..; I tt'i U ! a.Miti-'nl !-P"ties vvill be announced nleeepriun and hypocrisy. The propo-i- Cass Matthews has assumed his duties i 4 i i : . ;. . i('mt ,U ll T' 11 hui hef:n a d,I!U ; U, make store keepers and. Santa Pe j as mail carrier, liu.-liuilia ri;. ou.i h .r Ii J i.. i ci I..,.,,... r,. hii A dkersoii has been -hen it ' . .i- . i . r - - Miss Kitty Dolman. Mi-s Mi.v M.uwiil : . ';:, ,.' " ' ,r wilUr,, omci-ls .ne Kuti'.H o. moia mi ooo. Susan Seal, wife of Jostah Seal. dm,i csiiuawn oi s k.io. ur heel winnin-r earths at. hi.'lr ii e ut.l M r. ! tjc y K d Madoulet and i Will Bowen received the c n-clat.oi I M , 1. prize. The roon.s wei e prettily leeora" ed vvith evere ree:i,bol! v and mi-ti t t- mj and the youmr men who par; cot. of the club's hospitality wer--: Mt ssis. lloieit Mc-M aster and Trushail of Lawrence, Will Bowen, Ed Deans, II,,Ii;s, McMicb eah Baker, L. S. Doll nu. ar-d Joe Dol- aiid is -H brothei to Sheriit H ilkerson emplcyes, met with considerable opposi- tj(j fa,nUv' nsi( , rllc , o;;5 jitck.u !'a,i .J,'lu-; il-'jl.,'!iut, Janes a. tae (iG11 Jrom Mjn;i. of ,.,.., at 1 he : t , .k Veterday, alter county jai ana is a .lored man He vvii, . ,lie(.ii. Every man should be a per- ;m itl)llt f,mr ,(,n.!iS .furatioti. piooams succeed Deput Shellil ivuv - R.t.Uy lr,,e ai,enr iu u pj.-.j-re, it U; ,. wa- 4o vears of ate and leaves a tmc ,,n the st a:j-e and Kent the audience ! man, G cor at" I 'en fie Id. Wil. Aiani-. waitir.e; until U :') before they put in an I Frank Sheldon. Wil.. Wad-worth a-:d api.earai.ee. Both ire feather vyeierhts. Lawrence Cham berlin. The l.os:e-s was 'Keefe '.ot t an eiisy time and simply assisted by Misses Murirar.-t Jb-;r and played v- slh Bratlsh i- throughout the lvallavis. ftatire mate i. At the end of the firs j The younr ladies w.io kept open house round 1: ads daw h. id a 'red" nose and at yestenlay were well r war i r I by tie the end of tho 3th hid eyes were in mourn- number of calls received, iuo-. j Mi-s Grace Foulks will Live at aid When the oontesta i"s entered the rinfi jiarty Wednesday eve :h ; if". IJeiidhix and i'-iailsh-iw were second The tifth wedditar tmnvers irv of b'r. anl bott.e h..b!er lor Bradshaw. and Kid and Mrs. L. M. 1'owel. was i. mmubend Wils ,n oil t 'at PurT-ui for O'Keefe. - py their friends, wl o pleioactly sur- lirj.d-lu.vv drank wbi-ky at the end of prised them last evenino by tal il- p-S-every roand and was f; irly exhausted at session of their noine. attheei.dof the h. O'Keele was It beino a woo.eri w.-.'.iii :;jr." the sriiiiine: and pleasant throughout and souvenirs were of woo 1, lumia'u-e didn't take ;,. drink (urlnr the contest. shine-lea with ouota io as iro.t. sdiike- I'.ia iisoa, ;ust ; jr..- the matcu ire- speare, and add'.'.ioua' trop! p-ati, said to the sijec aoa-s, -the chif of uf potato maskers and r.dh p,e ice t. 1 I r e tha til.? re wouhl be no in- J 'f he invite I guests of le ferference if there w i,s ti r,o;se, and il J presented Br.' and i i. you have ser.se win ;b not to cheer you handsome arm . hair, v re y, i. mid Mrs. can wit: ess i he m itt b without police in- j . 1). Ski run r. A. L. Mump. ( . Nk !,..! terferenre. The cotitra.-t is for poiuts J son, II. H. Fowler, Ii- v. G. W. Ba.wt i-.-ir kendall. AT THE TREAT I'I'S. Si Perkins at the Ciantl l'rof. I lint at tlie ( rawford. j was triought. ! Some of the temperance workers j thought that a total abstinence cam ! pa iff a is the only true way to make pro ! hibition a success and to keep the law i nr.or. liio fMlin,. hook- If h., :.Uo !,. en Si Perkins' company at the Grand last t suested that such a campaiiru could evening pleased a fair sized audience, , iV ir.Ktituted at the time of ihe cm aml Prof. Flint, at the Crawford, played ! ventions of the different political parties to a crowded house. that ev en the Democratic party would be Mr. Flint's performances are quite J afraid to oppose prolrtbil ioa. laughable, and the feats performed in J The originators of the meeting w ai ted hypnotism are wonderful. The enter- to conduct it simplv on its moral phase and not. let political questions enter into the i1 eeting- at all. Chief Justice Ilortoii in the opening remarks defended the prohibitory law as. l taip.ment last night opened a two weeks en -raa'ement. At the Grand on Saturday evonir.c Mahara's colored minstrels pi iv a one mglit s ene igiunenh i it sta.nls upon the statute books, and Mtiart Kooson comes to tne Grand on I showed what a benefit it had been to the Mondav evening-, presenting the -Come- j tate. dy of Errors." 'Mr. Giles Shine as Hob- Albert Griffin, the prime mover of the son's double, is excellent, and lie-klos j cry fr a total abstinence campairrn, c.n lookiu.tr j'o-t like Kobsou lie- is au uctor I tined his remarks idmost entireiv to moral phase' of the ouestion, and said there were fewer total abstainers today husband and two sons, both grown up. Pursuant to a request of tl deceased be M , ra I i: -q fore her death the remains were tatven to Osawkie b.n- interment. The funeral was held at that place at 2 o'e'oek today. Miss Kiitie Dolman entertained the Entre .Nous club and g.ntleman friends at e.ii'.ls at her home last eveniiur. Mrs. Laura Bruifey, grand lodge ileputy of the Pythian .sisters, wen! io liolto!! today to'conduct an instaihitiou of odicers in the local lodge of that place. Mi.-s Frank Mullen, who has been spending t he holidays wilh Miss Mary Haidev on Toi.eka avenue, returned to tione her home in Junction Cttv, toda.y. ! close 1 ". W I '.,1 o r i - coc :i i ic. i to bis home by ; sa ie - ness. It is not thought to be serious moved. i . oO d January oa".- opened b iy i-s. clo.- ed s. -I,. M . . :, ;;.,., loo-d ... .liinii.srv J-or May clo-.-d brr'.-a. ( : i i m-r 1 1 . e i i ' .-. fair ili'!lliil with p : i c the close la -t F I r lay. I Prices ui iminal at. Sl ,Mh.o r, j o; a a mo' i lb".- -- Ivecei pt fie lower than than Saturday. Bough ; s j wur i ,.: mixed acd p.;- !. 5 '": prime, he, ivy a r;d m.'.-i s:." :',:,(, i. Ti IO; ii,;,e ji d'. . Sn i.j.i' axij La m a- Markel -tea ly. Top - !,-... top lamb.-, i on,-,, ; !g,- ; . ,g nr.ii'iii I it.v 1! n rl. -t. Kan-has (dry. Mo., .Ian. -No. g red, .-,!; No. g h ud. Cokn No. g iiii.se 1, g.i ' , : 2'.t ' iviS No. '-' : Kit; -No. .'. doc. C i ri.K Keceipt , eg, o. v ! oilO. MatK.-t, be.1 c.ifie w.-r. lilhefs slow. '1 eXlls ,-l '!', i ' shipping steers, ', ; I nut ive cow s, I ',, i r1!'!, ij-.' !MOo. 1 13, stooke. and feed-, ii CO. HoOS - Ib-ceipt g loo. .M ark.-t i.pcn.-.i 3 an i V cog - 1-,-a -r. o I -, ,-- - .-, I-V l.e-.vy, i -e bv h family. I pigs. i g"o ii vt to I "i; 1 none. -dark' 1 cf marked ubiii' v. :c a, who i w 1 ' 1 1 u The b LOCAL MENTION. -.? at S:43 this mornii the b c tier sao o -hmidt Bi was in at Mi-s May Albright went to spend New Year's day. Mrs. A. V. Hoyden and Mrs. W. E. j -w York .. -.h Archibald, entertained their Sunday j N f.w Youk. J.ui. '-. M-"e. . school classes at the home of the former ea-y, at I'.., 1 1 -1 p-.-r .,; p; i ouiy, an! n- staxes txo'ejt the gate re- j W. M. Dav: l.-o:i, Chus. B m, .-i:. Jam cerios. I Hh-hardson, Mrs. J. W. Cb.ck, M.Sses G'KecfeJs backerj told t he Jor kn at. ' Barnes. N .ra McCa. Viola Trootoun, :, reporter tha t'ae ar;i les of ajrreeninit . Mary P. .well. Dura Kirk, Am, a Henry, 1 ca.l .'it tor ;i nneen lfiiaa urns:., with a Miss Chdl.inil. Sr. M.-v.-r.s n. Lva compb-p. kiu.ck out. and that the stakes j i;tnkin: Messrs. L. Beil, W. ' '. (do-ic. T. were ;.t r,o a side ;..ml g:it. receipts. lAderholt, Harry Laiinu-r, i r. and Mrs. Joe Fi.-d. iliug Ais ui a ie referee, and j j Holmes. hi 'i La.-t Second street. Th from a defective gove pipe. age was about $'13 with no insurance. II. If. Lininger whs arrested for being- lisorii,'riy at the thio house last logh', .y Sergeant Steele. He had a dispute vv;!h t shi was d: charged than ever before, and as drinking: iucreas.-d it rendeied it much mire diilicult to enforce the prohibition started ' biw. "me only way to nave sin-, 1 u l ; t it! and a: 1 he dam- I Fi-onnation,- conumie.i gir. i.rii.-tn, "a , , -3, . ' . V". .in iJi I rates isP, to Keep up the Camiaign oi total an- - ....... . .st niglit. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hir-tburg. C1T Van urea st-ot. Ikut a buy baby. tile p'-i-'cr, ( xci, a n in -banker-' hi v I s. A f ' a t ( ;..idw l a ol the Leavenworth r ass K.-i itioii t; ner. lie to - it Itoiis.tls. At th . contestants and the l eg ii. The foliowin.i.- la. lit. s. comj ! i- Lggoue of our leading literary clubs. lt-( eiV.-d y .s terdav afteriHon ut "he hott.e of Mr. . hook hands, j W. Gieed, lrr-lh Vest.-m ae; i-r Mrs. P. . 1 ). era v, -v t-s. ( nas. stmence. ' Addresses were also delivered by I . C. jiliiH-r. it. c x uiotsoti, i.. -v. r-ur i.uans 1 a ! 1 d ! Ji i ! I t 1 ! 1 " 1 ! 1 I ' e . 1 f proprietor regarding trie owner-' ,,:,,'.'; ,;.,. io , , i rj- ; j ' ' 1 )l.;U'. t 11 ici. ill i liPi. u, ;n II Ul li' x i : j XL tti j I. u I SdlUH't Idhb1 UJ jillliilUll.Uil i h Tit 1 I'Of'dlc it in. d'P t'lbin t v f-r The entire business of the regular After the address,-.-, the pledge were tru-et of the council, which usuabv ooycs ! ,.His,,d around and a' out goo of them Bar stiver o'a- 7Vv Yi k san-i, "1,. , I f c N ew mote than two hours, was com; b-ted in Pi rut round --. e"K r.fo did all of the ; Spencer, Mrs. F. G. '.VdlarJ, Mrs. . H. k-adinir, and Brad; h iw simply pdayed Simpson, Mrs. Harry Garvey, 31 rs. L-'itie the d. tense ;o bmrs rights or left i Hodgers, Mrs. Dr. MeGuire. 3 L i - . Ciias. w .-re struck, hut I ir-i-lrhaw's nose was J llollidav. M rs. T. F. D ran, Mi s. D.-. Al exander, and Mrs. J. V . Glee 1. Miss Mabel linowies eitigiti led a. few ke i friends inforr.it. !iv la-t e nu.g. ! Miss Lulu M a nspe t k or's -g t-r c i. -.n" v-d .recur tonight iusteae , f las-' liglii. w,-rt. sig-ned; of cours bleeding from ;m uf per cut. Second A iitt'e ni ro c xeititig with three btvsik-aways i id a give and Wi' i JJruds'iaw a loser. Third ir'iCeei'e B .ill forcing and Bra i i thaw knot, ked btr.dght. on. of the ring by a .Miss Yirt ie "uulvme, 3lyi a Wilii mis and M ary iu-C.tbe. vili take j rrrt in the playing witn drauiatu- entertamn cut to e giv-.-n at Bowersoc-K s oaera haasi, m jjtwroi.ee, January under the augc-i of the Parish Aid soc let j- of Trinity Cj. is..opai don't drink, which is ti.e go of assing temperance pledges. This afternoon the committee are in session at the Y. M. C. A. rooms map- CHIEF LINDSEVS PARTY F..ur, .a O'Keefe f-t Bradsliaw, the rcfe -iu fails down in at temping to sonar. it. a break-away. Fifth ---U'Keefe 'orces Bradshaw to suae tir.io a iu time apata, ana puts nis ehtircii. ielt eye in uo-irn'm f oy a k it and landed ( Married, on Sunday eveniti i, D.-cemt-er several in 1 ody--Ended. 31. at the rtsid-uiee of the l.r.,!"V tu. alter sixth B.-i.ihaw jgts a powerful right Jmu Kansas av-nue. 1 v I lev. b. F. File, ia face and O'Keeft fortes Bradshaw all i Mr. llarrv E. 3lvers of tl e .1 titv Cunit; an hour and a quarter last evening", the council adjourniiitr at ;i;io, leaving uo unliuished business. The Jui knai. was in error in report ing that no temperance sermons were i ping out the plan of the campaign tareaehea last Sunuav. J Jo v. .1. ji. Ihomas, pastor of the Firs" Baptist church, preached an earnest, interesting and forcible ulsrourse on tin- subject Sunday evening. Governor Lewelling left, this morning for Leavenworth, where he will spe-k this evening at the dedieatorv exercises i of the new Leavenworth bid Ige. The governor wiil be the guest of the com mittee of entertainment while iu that city. He will return tomorrow. ojoe Who ral result is live. 1 ry our n m-ii iia.ei i ream lor .map- i . , ..- M , . a-.u; d i. lied nawis and rough skin. A. J. Aruoi.l A: Son. If vou want to oreserve your pickles' ioe the -Silver l....if"' vinegar. It is guar- ' A rneric n Sugar auteed. For s.ue by all leading; houses. ' J"'; ,;-.A : i.e. , j,.., ;., i N 4-2 ,,: Mi i ; kii.ii. i , i . 1 1 i. '. , til' oio'.i iii. iiiv'i. i,i . - ... O .......... - l 1 1 ... . . 1 ! g, 11, i ., oe a a. ; com : n e o- i ii ; - v e. i .ii i. . . . , , -, , ; bound. Or.', So 1 am. Low prices on OaK and od i.eaters and : i)!(. ,;l vb. -o-ru I' cook stoves, at. II. M. Clime's Mi Kan- i "" ' s.as avenue. Fine cakes baked to order at the St. gain, nam-n , I'lv-t nans, is iceioie. Dr. Delia Mclntver. 313 N. Kan.-as ave. i A line line of cuitcry for the holiday . 0TS3 - SaG ::Z Ycl.d.--ll V. .1 trade at Henry's, Shii Kansas avenue. ; REPAIRING 5HQ", j mest line oi cuitery, sii-..t umv. HAS OI F. M !.! A i .. . ,, . . , i II o ,, o h :r -t (-ia.-, v. j: ,. a. o , - C .li.sima- pie-ents, at J. Ji. i o.a.n.. . w()l.,. d,,!i(, r-(.iJt forks and carvers in thecPv. -suitable lor -Cits, at J. 11. Fou I jf all kind of car pies the composing brace. P -s a ra ilur ev. ; A'ten l the course of historical lectures by Prof. Graham at First. Baptist church, , ' under the auspices of the Topeka Kin dergarten association. 1 ne hr.-t lecture will be tri v en tonight. Tickets at the civ The full course for 30 cents; stu- ieuts at 33 cents. over t he ri. i g. scveaui - --ii Ateti snows nis suj.erior j ihe i.riet nut -inpr. . ssive rang eerem my ring e:per"enee anl is hammering awav j was witnessed bv a i.ut.iber t. f the fiir-uds t..i I'rarl-ha ,v"s body ami face. j of the brid . and cr ,ori. Good music at the Graham lecture this Eighth O'Keele siams referee one in J Mr. and 3lrs. W. O. .n.l ?rson oilier- j evening and every evening- .iurinir the Tace f.r ..retting in the way and breaks tained a small company of friends at a 3 ' eon rye. Splendid stereopticau views of through hi. -si for Bi a.l.shaw. o'clock tea last e veiling at tl.tir home, on , scenes representing- early American his- 2.iath BradsLa- didn't know where East Tenth s-ti-e- i tor v. a uignt, in uoaot oi toe eai iwi. : - - ' - , . d r t t t. t Higii live was the g;lme in which the I I am an expert at muKing luces and; M I I I ; , r. jj j ill of the guests was tested, and it wus oiT.-r t.-n tt vies of cabinet bu-t pdsotos at i I f I I II ; 1 J "i i f and that Lee Jones and Brigaiic-r Gen- half I .rice .-one dollar per dozen and up. j UU L.U Hi i - He Jililtertai n, m i-v 1 rien.ls in (liaiiil .'sty 1.3 l.a,t It vt-ni iig. r-i.t.-r ,-,f t. .l;., ii c ra,, 1-.-..- .. i -v hue line o party to a few uf his gentlemen Irieuds uuo uai-o-rv gooos aiw s on .u. i .. , : .ot :,, i, ,,f , ivii .'i. I-.0U1S I aiverv. iv. ivau.-aa ii.ni.n-. H SKlii fou frn t S.-ai-s of I .awrence snr. ai--,-d id I the Come and see. Aldridge, I'd-) North rest At a late hour Mrs. Lindsey threw Kansas avenue. open ti'ie dining room, where a fea-t: was spread that surpassed anything in j Iirt Sot Take C'ogiiizaucr. Toreka for many a uav. ' ' I At the 3.1inir.terial union tins morning Those present were: Governor I.. 1). when the reports ot the committees had Lewelling, Auditor Prat her. Insurant.-., teen reached. Pres. dent Smith asked it Commissioner Snider. Brigadier General the c mmittee on public morals bad any Sears. Police Commissioner L. T. Yount. report to submit on tne prize tight to- Frank Herald. Lee Junes. George Woill night. None ot the committee however, and M. E. Stoker. responded and they looked Mir; -TRY th; ih-staura ji t and J. Mirab, at ail bonis f hi rue. Fell a n ! ov-n i ' it a r if. 1 pp..Mi c O A. IIU-T-T. Topeka htpam 1 ao nil r y. "Phone 10 A tlgo Jackson street responUeal ana ihev louKea t-urprisea , orotiartt-. v when Mr. Smith announced the fact that ; Trir.iii.'nim.l there was to be a'-glove contest" at Ham- ! (r.u;,.,j 'd'.'" i-'.d-:'. u-v.. a , iiton liail. The matter was not discussed. I m. lu.-ju. i,.-. iuuvm v--'-'