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STATE JOTJRITATj. FRI11AT EVENING. JUSTE 1. 1894
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NO. 717 AND NO.
The First Day of Summer Finds Us
READY and WILLING to Give You
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Some GOOD
Domestics.
10 Pieces all Linen Cra3h, 16 inches wide, for 5c yard.
10 Pieces heavy Cotton Twill Crash, 16 inches wide, only 4.3 yd.
1 Case fine Summer Outing Cloth only
25 Dozen fine Damask Towels, with knotted fringe, size 22x45,
worth 35c, for 233.
1 Case of the best Indigo Blue Print for 5 3.
1 Bale fine 4-4 Brown Muslin for 53.
Mitts.
Children Black Silk Mitts, for Saturday only, He Pr
Our 50c Black Silk Mitta will be sold Saturday for 3 9 3.
Ladies' LUle Thread Gloves, our 25c quality, f.D 3 Tomorrow.
Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' Fine White Hemstiched Initial, worth S5c, will sell for 19 c
each.
Trv the Little Giant White Unlaundried Shirt the best in town for
47 cents.
Hosiery.
Gent's full regular made Fa3t Black Imported J Hose, assorted colors
only 15o.
Ladies' Fancy Stripe Hose, Dark Colors was 15c, now selling
'or 9 2.
25 Dozen Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose, sold all over for 20c pair,
our price only 15 P.
One lot of Children Hose, to close, former price 12) and 15c, your
choice for 5
Ladies' and Childrens' Jersey Ribbed Vesta only 5 c.
Millinery.
We are going to close out our
25c, will buy some very beautiful
Untrimmed Hats.
We will sell you a nice Untrimmed Hat tomorrow for 5c, 10c, 15c,
25c and up. Come in and see them.
Trimmed Hats.
Do not fail to get our cat price
cheap.
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PLAYED "UXCLE JOSH."
The Arion Prima ic t'ompnnjr Presented
tli. Pl.es I.st JTenlng-.
"Uncle Josh" ia always a popular play,
and it was presented last evening by the
Arion Dramatic company of this city for
the benefit of Capital lodge No. 3, at 418
Kansas avenue. There was not as good
an attendance as was expected.
George M. Fieger seemed well adapt
ed for the part of "Uncle Josh."
John Fieger showed more than ordin
ary ability in his impersonation of the
part of "Upson Downes," the dude. His
acting was the cleverest of the cast. Jos.
W. Kraemer was a very good lover. He
took the part of "Gerald Murray," who is
In love with the heroine, "Letty Rey
nolds," and it may be said that he played
his part very well.
The parts of "Mrs. Reynolds" by Mrs.
George M. Fieger, "Minerva Clackett,"
by Miss Clara Boltz, "Letty Reynolds,"
by Miss Effie Boltz, "Munson," by Wm.
Usher, and ''Joe Clark," by Charles
Sehnaibel, were all well taken and
helped to make the entertainment a very
pleasant one.
Joe Griley was a very funny "Erastus,"
the colored servant. J. 11. Solecki inter
preted the part of the "Count de Cour
ville" in a very creditable manner.
The stage was rather small, but the
play was well put on and elicited much
applause. Steinberg's orchestra fur
nished music
Read the "Wants." Many of them are
as interesting as news items. See if it
ia not so.
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C. O. JOHNSON,
THE
Hater
516 KANSAS AVE.
Bargains in Summer Underwear,
White and Fancy Tests,
Straw Hats,
Novelties in Neckwear.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
PRICES REASONABLE.
Great BARGAINS in White and Fancy Shirts.
Stylish goods at low prices.
Remember the number: NEW STORE AT
516 KANSAS AVE.
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719 KANSAS ATE.
BARGAINS.
Flowers "tomorrow, 5c, 10c, 15c, and
bunches.
on Trimmed Goods they are very
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PUBLIC SCHOOLS CLOSE.
They End With Extrcisna at Some of the
School Uoua.s.
All the public schools of the city closed
today at noon. There were appropriate
exercises in all the grades and some very
interesting programmes were given.
Harrison school made the most elabor
ate arrangements for the closing day.
Exercises were held in every room.
j The Demosthenean CIceronean contest
I took place at Harrison school. The sub-
jet-i 01 me ueoaie was:
Resolved, That the present unsettled
condition of society threatens the over
throw of our government.
There were several declamations and a
very pretty piano duet by Misses Loia
Tefft and Bessie Porch.
At Lincoln school the ten rooms had
closing exercises. At Jackson similar
exercises were held.
Several high school scholars met at
the rooms this morning and had a gen
eral social time.
Lraa Than Hair
Prices on men's and boys' suits cut in
half. Men's furnishing goods at lesa than
most houses can buy them for. It will
pay you to buy and lay in a supply at
the low prices the Great Consignment
Sale is making.
Steinberg Clothing Co.,
606 and 60S Kansas ave.
Parties going to Emporia will find the
Laland Hotel, opposite Santa Fe depot, a
first-class house en American and Eu
ropean plan. Lunch counter and restau
rant open all night.
lea's Fnftr,
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Items of Interest Aboak
and Visitor ia
Tope lea
Town.
eple
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Steinberg gave a re
ception last evening in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Abrams, who were married on
Tuesday evening in Lawrence. Mrs.
Abrams was formerly Miss Isabel Stein
berg. Palms and cut flowers were em
ployed in elaborate decorations, and
Steinberg's orchestra played during the
entire evening.
Mrs. Steinberg wore a black and white
silk costume, with lace trimming, and
Mrs. Abrams was attired in empire
gown of pale yellow crepe de chine,
with corsage garniture of yellow velvet
roses, diamond ornaments. Refresh
ments were served at half past ten, and
among the guests were: Mrs. C. Abrams
of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Barrett of
St. Louis; Miss Blanch Barnum of New
ton; Mr. Arthur Steinberg of Joplin, Mo.;
Mr. Erlich of St. Joe; Mr. Leon Greena-
baum of St. Louis, and Miss Guettal of
Chicago. Messrs and Mesdames A. L.
House, S. Barnum, S. Ettlinger, Snattin
ger, Bernheimer, Cashmau; Mesdames
Hahn, Bergheimer and Leon; Misses
Daisy Levi and Minnie Barnum.
Genernl Soci&l Nuteg.
Messrs. E. G. Davidson and B. U. Hum
phrey of Kansas City spent Wednesday
in town.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Gilmore of Denver,
Col. are visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. W. L. Smith who has been visit
ing Mrs. N. Laubach, has returned to
Osage Cit
The Dutton house was the scene of
much merriment on Tuesday evening
and Gracia and Matthew Dutton entertain
ed about thirty of their little friends in
honor of Edward Harris and Harry liigby
who leave this week for the north to
spend their vacation. Among those
present were Bessie Embree, Edna Myers.
Glenna Porch, !Nera Martin, Lena Tall
man, Leona Dawson, .Wary Sutherland,
Hattie Embree, Florence Chaffee, Helen
Porch, Irene Peele. Pearl West, Irene
Dawson, Edward Harris, Harry Rigby,
Robert Pierce, Claud Miner, Charley
Hinckley, Carl Henderson,CharIes Lewis,
Taltnage Atkinson, August Tallman,
Procter Foucht, and Lee Osenberg.
Miss Gertie Garrett of Ellsworth ia
visiting Mrs. Walker Combs at 933 Mad
ison street.
.MLs Nannie Haren of Kansas City is
visitWg Miss Lillie Freeman.
Wm. G. Mileham As returned from
Sal in a.
M iss Daisy Levi went to Lawrence
yesterday to attend a reception given in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. S. Abrams.
Mrs. Sam Fulton of Kansas City is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Payne,
iu Norih Topeka.
At the high school commencement the
February class of '96 occupied a box and
were designated by a floating banner as
the June class of '95.
The Amateur 31 11 g ic Cluh.
The members of the Amateur Music
club were pleasantly entertained on
Wednesday evening by Mrs.F.G.Hubbell.
Her parlors were very prettily decorated,
daisies predominating, and the hours
were spent in music and lively chat
Mandolin and guitar music served as an
accompaniment to dancing, and the
guests were refreshed with ices and.
cake. Those present were Mra. W. R.
Ewing, Misses Edna Lee, Jessie Tipton,
Grace M anning, -Carrie, Nina, Helen and
Lucia Morgan, Olive Robinson, McCon
nell, and Maize Parsons; Messrs. Chas.
Tipton, Joe Kraemer, J. Falls, Ray Lea,
O. M. McConnell and F. G. Hubbell. The
club will meet in two weeks with Misa
Jessie Tipton.
Minor Social Mention.
Miss Kate 3. Devereux and Mr. Albert
D. Flintham will be married in Lawrence
Thursday, June 14, at 1 o'clock.
Mr. John Payne will return to Dallas,
Texas, tomorrow. His brother Thad will
accompany him to remain two weeks.
Miss Anna Murphy will entertain the
teachers of the high school and a few
friends this evening.
Miss Lillian Brinkman, who has been
the gueat of Miss May Short, returned to
Great Bend today.
Misses Viola Stewart and Ollie Mark
ley of Highland Park, went to Lawrence
this afternoon to attend the commence
ment exercises.
Mrs. Holt of 1216 East Eighth street,
has returned from a week's visit in St.
Joe, accompanied by her daughter.
Miss Myra Williams gave a garden
party last evening at her home on Fill
more street, for the benefit of the Epis
copal church.
A. P. Wilder went to Lawrence today.
31 rs. W. E. Sterne and Mrs. E. A. Pres-
cott, will go to Kansas City tomorrow to
spend Sunday with Mrs. Frank Stout.
Miss Nellie Hendrix will arrive tomor
row to visit Miss Mabel Chase.
Miss Martina Grandpre left today for
Lawrence to attend the first annual re
ception of the B. I. C. club of that place.
She will be the guest of Miss Blanch
James.
Mrs. Garvey's "At Home."
Mrs. IL O. Garvey was "at home" this
afternoon to nearly three hundred ladies,
who were invited, complimentary to Mrs.
Charles Spencer, who has just returned
from Lake Charle3, La. The house was
thrown open, and the bright sunshine
took possession of the rooms; the soft
breeze and the flowers all combined to
make an ideal June day. The broad
veranda hung with southern moss, and
with rugs and chairs arranged comforta
bly, served as an inviting retreat. Over
the door leading from the hall to the
dining room was an arch of daisies and
vines, and beyond a bewildering mass of
white and yeliow, greeted the observer.
The dining table was spread with white
and yellow embroidered linen, and a tall
center piece of antique silver was filled
with daisies. The mantel was banked
with them, and a screen woven with
daisies and vines filled the doorway lead
ing to the porch. Sherbet, fancy cakes
and bonbons were served here, by Misa
Amelia Garvey, assisted by Misses Laura
Douthitt, Mabel Qnigley, Gussie Fuller,
Mabel Chase, Willa Rodger3, Henrietta
and Mary Thompson, who wore dainty
summer frocks.
In the archway between the dining
room and parlor a fretwork of daisies
was charming and above the other arch
were southern palm leaves. The June
roses were not forgotten and were given
a place in various nooks, their fragrance
being faintly perceptible in every apart
ment. A punch bowl in the library across the
hall received due attention, and Mrs. A.
H. Connelly and Mra. Harold Chase
served frappe to the guests, who sought
a refreshing draught.
Mrs. Spencer was attired in a black
satin gown, shot with gold, trimnfed with
ruffles of Bourdon lace, and she carried
pink roses.
Mrs. Garvey'a gown was pale blue
China Bilk with white lace flounces.
The ladies who assisted in entertain
ing generally, were Mrs. Chas. K. Holli
day, Mrs. Willard Davis. Mrs. R. L. Nes
baum, Mrs. IL E. Overholt, Mrs. J. A.
Troutmau, Mrs. Frank Willard, Mrs.
Will Garvey and Miss Caro Demming.
Alumni BaceptUn.
Instead of the annual alumni banquet
it was decided this year to give a recep
tion instead, and at Library hall last
evening the high school students of the
present day as well as the graduates of
many years ago, met and renewed ac
quaintance. A short programme in the early part
ot trie evening waa opened by a vocal
duet by Misses Daisy Starr and Ada Tay
lor, after which Chas. D. Welch, presi
dent of the alumni, welcomed the class
of :94, and was responded to by Clarence
H,vans. Mr. John McDonald, after con
siderable deliberation at last decided to
go upon the stage, and delivered a few
witty remarks, wh ich were followed by
an address by Mr. James A. Troutman.
The chairs were then pushed back and
the young people danced, the older ones
talked, and not a few repaired to the
stage where ice cream and cake were
served.
Among the picnic parties on Decora'
tion day was one to Silver Lake, which
leit town at about 9:30 in the morning
and did not return until late at night.
The picnickers took with them everything
necessary on such an excursion and re
port a good time. Those in the party
were Mr. ana Jlr3. Brewster. Misses Alas'
gie Aliller, Lelia Green, May Lux, Kate
Lux, Blanch Hannah, Myrtle Naylor,
Josie Bard, Alaud Stoner, Hattie Daily,
Grace liimmel and AIiss Stevenson,
Messrs. H. Bowman, Ed. Bowman. W. G.
Johnson, Will Shipman, Geo. Aliller, Joe
Booth, Geo. Lux, Will Chenev, Gilbert
Sage, Harrison Aliller and Bert Himmel,
Miss Short Enterlalns.
AIiss Alay Short entertained a few
ladies informally yesterday afternoon for
her guests AIiss Frost and AIiss Brink
man of Great Band. Among them were
Airs. G. Y. lackaberry, Airs. A. A.
Rodgers, Airs. C. B. Reed, Airs. R
Gundry, Airs. AT. L. laybourn and Mra.
Webb; Aliases Alame V aters, Gus3ie Ful
ler, Alary Bunker and Inez Tuttle.
THE 3I0TLEY CREW.
They
Are Kefore Judfa EiiRmioger
In
o i ice court loilnj.
Three bad colored women were in the
police court today for an offense which
like a multitude of other offenses is con
cealed under the charge of "disorderly
conduct." These women were Alary
V ade, Carrie Alexander and Annie Bai
ley. They sauntered into court with the
tread of a tired Coxeyite.
Alary Wade is 21 years old and thin;
and when she walks one can almost de
tect the rattling of dry bones. Carrie
Alexander surveyed the audience with
one sweeping glance of recognition and
then settled down on the bench like a
300-pound man on a stool at a lunch
counter. Annie Bailey is a comparative
stranger and she smiled at his honor
like an old maid tryinjr to coax a smile
out of a baby.
They said they were not guilty of dis
orderly conduct but Sergeant Steele con
vinced the court that they had erred in
their judgment as well as decorum and
the Wade woman was lined $10, and the
other two were fined $13 each. Sergeant
Steele told the court that the women
took considerable hop-tea, pale malt and
other nom de plumes for booze to the
k City park with them and proceeded to
get drunk. Then they gave a little
variety show that waa decidedly noisy
and savored too strongly of the Lily Clay
aggregation. They stood on their heads
and turned summersaults. The police
say the city park is becoming too much
of a disreputable resort and they are
anxious to make the place respectable.
Other Cases.
William AIcAIichael, the colored man
with only one leg who was arrested yes
terday afternoon for keeping a liquor
joint on Kansas avenue between Eighth
and Ninth, had his case continued until
tomorrow.
Robert Ransom was fined $3 for fight
ing. Clarence AIcDow,ell, a runaway boy
from the Reform school, was captured
by Sergeant Donovan and turned over to
the school today.
Nick Keeler had a fight last night
with the night-watchman at Wolff's
packing house. He was charged with
assault today and acquitted as the evi
dence showed the other man was the ag
gressor. James Arterbridge was charged with
contempt of court for failing to respond
to a subpoena served by Sergeant Steele
in the Carrie Johnson case. Arterbridge
claims he was sick, which is doubt
ful. The case was continued in
order to give both sides a chance to
subpoena witnesses regarding his health
on last Wednesday, the day in question.
Press Johnson was charged with being
drunk, but acquitted. Dave Britton waa
fined $5 on the same charge.
Charles Crowley of Holton was re
leased from the insane asylum yesterday
as cured, and was given a railroad ticket
home. Ou his way to the depot he
stepped into a joint on the lower part of
Kansas avenue and drank heavily of
something that contained more than two
per cent of alcohol. He became very
drunk and the liquor seemed to give his
convalescing brain a relapse. He tore up
his railroad ticket and went up to see
AIiss Ida Codey and inaugurated a
"rough house." Officer Campbell was
summoned, and as the officer used to
work at the asylum he recognized Crow
ley. Today he was fined $5. He will
probably be returned to the state insane
asylum.
STATE FINANCES.
Kansas Has Enoujli Money In the Treas
ury to I'ay Her Debt.
Assistant State Treasurer Geo. AI. Sew
ard has completed the report of the con-
dition of the state treasury for May.
The report shows receipts for the
month amounting to $47,791.15. The
disbursements for the month were $128,
480.69. The balance in the treasury is
$893,430.18.
The state school commissioners pur
chased bonds during the month amount
ing to $16,500, which have been turned
into the state treasury. The state re
ceived $11,800 in payment of bonds.
The amount of bonds now held by the
state' foots up $6,908,020.39.
The state has an indebtedness of
$801,000.
Anna Shaw Preaches June I O.
Rev. Anna H. Shaw, who is to be here
with Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. Theresa
Jenkins and Carrie Chapman Catt, will
preach in the First Alethodist church on
Sunday, June 10. Alias Shaw preached
in the same church several years ago.
She is an ordained Alethodist Protestant
minister.
FA
WE WISH to give you some Cold Facts about
Business. While everybody is complaining
about hard times and merchants say business is
not as good as la3t year, we have increased our
sales every month this year over last year's sales,
and as goods are cheaper than they were last year,
our increase is fully 25 per cent.
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Kemember it pays to trade at
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The
Largest
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Mats
In the city.
Prices
Low.
622 ELansas Avenue.
N OUT II TOPEKA.
Items of Interest from the Nortls Side of
tUs KlT.r.
For bargains in shinglea see E. P. Ew-
art. Gordon and Kansas avenue.
fir. tn Will Oriffith's for the best tin.
galvanized iron and pump work.
Take your watches, clocks and jewelry
for repairs to Ray Parmeter, 825 Kas. av.
Thomas Voiland has sola nis trouing
mare "JNancy JUanks" to jua Trunin.
t TV nioo1 will nrlrlrnns a meeting of
equal suffragists at the Congregational
churcn tomorrow evening.
Miss Melissa Nicholson of De oto is
visiting her brother, C. C. Nicholson, at
his home on Van Buren street.
anl.lm, trtwnahin will hold it Semi-
nnnl SillnlluV SntlOnl f.On V II t lO Q tOmOr
row at Indian Creek school house and in
Daniels' grove near by.
There ia a clock in a jewelry snop on
this side for repairs, which is 130 years
old. It is of the "grandfather" variety,
and has probably stood more than "nine
ty years on the floor."
Mesdames J. N. Henry, W. 11. bhep-
herd, and . N. Burgen have returned
from Overbrook, where they have been
attending the district missionary meet
ing of the M. E. church.
A complete line or homeoepathic reme
dies at A. J. Arnold's & Son.
'Our New Delight" and all Dangler
stoves at H. M. Climes.
When you need lumber give P.
Ewart, the new dealer a call, 1012 Kan
sas avenue, north.
Monarch gasoline stoves at Henry's.
Go to Henry's for rooting and spout
ing. Lukena Bros, are sellins- full leather
top buggies and harness, for $30.
"Take your prescriptions to A. J. Arnold
& Son, fcl Kansas ave. Established 187a
John Payne will return to Dallas to
morrow, where he has a position wuu
the Texas & Pacific railroad. He will
arenmnanied bv his brother lhaa,
who goes for a visit of two weeks.
Mrs. Marshall, mother of 31rs. li. w.
Bean, died at Independence, Kansas, on
the 28th ult The body was taken to
Biairsville, Penn.. for interment. Mrs.
Bean will be remembered as the wife of
, former pastor of the ITesDytenan
hurch and will have the sympathy of a
, large circle of friends.
While Uncle Ben Payne ws driving
on
the Central avenue roau yesieruaji
a
fternoon, accompanied by his little
daughter Jessie, the horse became
frightened at some cattle and ran away.
He ran into a uuen, uuu uuif, ""ggj
and occupants were all piled upn a
heap. All escaped any more serious in
jury than a few slight bruises.
The Baptist church congregation held
Us annual election of officers last night,
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423 KANSAS AVE.
AND WHY, Because we are doing just as you
should do, keeping posted on the market and
buying whera we can buy the cheapest, and when
you do that, ws get you every time. We are
receiving now goods almost every day and it will
pay you to come in and look over our tablos as
often as you are down town.
THE FAIR
AUGUST
622 SZansas Avenuo.
We will give you better
values for your dollar than any
one in town.
Our Men's, Soys' and
Children's Suits always
Pit and Wear.
J. M. KNIGHT,
ANTI-COMBINE
UNDERTAKER,
1&.BS. Ave.,
And 843 J&as. Atb, HortU Tose!
tfpr-foTTiimre, Carpets, Stoves, Qumim
wsre on asy Payments. IPhone 6i.
GRAND OPENMGatthb
Boston Shoe Store
SATURDAY, iuriE 2,
Of the balance of the stock of fine foot
wear from the executors of Johnson,
Millard & Co. We will also put on sale
500 pairs of Ladies' $5.00 Shoes from
West, Jump & Co., St. Louis, for $2.50,
guaranteed by said firm.
LOOK AND READ.
Ladles' hand turned French Kid
Reynold Bros. $4.00 $1 63
Ladles cloth top Drew Lelby 8 00
Welt sewed Shoes 1 75
Ladles fine Dong. Kid pat tip $2 50
Shoes in any style toe 1 83
Finest line of ladies Prince Albert
Jullittes and Congress in russet
and black colors made by Drew,
Lelby & Co., will be sold for less
than cost of Leather
Ladles $1.75 Oxfords any style and
color 1 0
Ladies $1.00 Opera toe Slippers 50
Endless Variety of Childrens and
Misses' Oxfords, Slippers and
Shoes. Men's fine Kangaroo, latest
style, 5 and 6 shoes 3 23
Men's fine Hand Sewed $5 Remont
shoes, in any style 8 00
Men's fine Russian call 2 50
Blutcher's 1 50
Men's calf, machine sewed, $1.50
shoes 1 00
Men's fine embroidered slippers... 50
Call and examine this immense stock
of honest footwear before you let loose
of your cash.
BostonShoe Co.
511 KANSAS AVE.
All Mall Orders Promptly At.
tensled te.
resulting as follows: Trustees, Edwin
Scotten, E. W. Davi3, N. E. Waite, J. A.
Lukens, L. T. Frasier. Geo. W. Petro, W.
H. Paramore; treasurer, J. C. Cromwe'.lj
clerk, Mrs. John Lapp; finance commit
tee, C. C. Nicholson, Hettie Albright,
W. A. Forbes; ushers. E. A. Hirnmerwell,
Ed Davis, Wm. Convert and S. D. Wise.
Kansas City and Back. SI. SO.
Via Santa Fe Route; Sunday onlv,
June 3rd. Excursion train leaving A. T.
& 8. F. depot 8:20 a. m. sharp. Inquire
of Rowley Bros., W. C Garvey, or Arnold
& boa.

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