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STATE JOURNAL. SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER G, 1S04.
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I GOOD CITIZENS ACT.
A Call to Form a Civic Federation
Being Circulated.
MASS MEETING TO ADOPT MEASURES.
Politicians mad OHif tholiter It 111 ot
la Admitted u Slmbcri.
The move for the organization of a
Civic Federation is receiving encourage
ment. Copies of the" call have teen sent
to the following persons to secure signa
tures: Messrs. 1". I. Bone brake, T. II
Bowman, Jonathan Thomas, Thorn-is
Page, A. IL Rodgers, E. Wilder, John li.
Mulvaoe, A. B. Jetmore, R. B. Welch,
anJ S. C. 'tliller and Revs. A. S. Eiabree,
C. M. Sheldon, B. I., Smith, J. B. Thomas,
W. L. livers, S. B. All er.-on.
Following is the call: "We, the under
signed, believing in the enforcement of
law-and ineintaitiiu z of cood order, and
believing: that the city of Topeka is be
coming' overrun with violators of law and
disreputable characters and also believ
ing' that they can be suppressed and
driven from the city, we join in a call for
a mass meeting of ail good people to be
held at , on October , l?9-t, at
, for the purpose of adopting- such
measures as will effectually suppress
lawlessness in our city."
The data and place of the meeting are
left blank and will be Axel as soon aa
the signatures are secured.
Copies of the constitution and by-laws
used by the organizations in other" cities
have been sent for aud the Topeka Fed
eration will be modeled after them, and
politicians and orlice holders will not be
admitted as members.
Copies of the call will be sent other
prominent men bossies those named, and
it is expected that many hundred uames
will be secured within a week.
AT THE THEATERS.
"Squabbles" Tonight by a Good Little
Company u.t th tirand.
The Hennesy Leroyle company that
played at the Grand last nigat is a smail
one, but it is clever and pleased its audi
ence. It rained and the attendance was
a light one.
The entertainment began with a cur
tain raiser called "Drifted Apart," in
which Lottie Wade and IVeenuau llowse
endeavored to "call forth best feelings
in our nature." It was cleverly con
structed and cleverly done, but it was
not what an audience that paid a dollar
to see fun wanted. It was simply senti
mental dialogue and didn't catch well.
The piece "By Wits Outwitted" was
good, lhe scene is in Spain and the
story hinges on the finally successful
efforts of a poor but shrewd clerk to marry
his rich employer's daughter in spite of
the fact that she is already p romiieJ to a
rich boor of an old slave dealer. The
comedy of the play depends on compell
ing the father to become the originator
and executor of the plot to defraud him
self of his own daughter aud his own
money.
Hennesy Leroyle as the father is de
cidedly clever and in the third act when
he discovers how he has Leen duped hia
rage. disgust, despair and linally
resignation to the inevitable are
uproariously fucny. W. J. Jossey, the
poor nephew, is perfectly clean and
natural in his work and the audience was
with him from the start. Beraice Howard
is a pleasant little body in Ferduanda,
the daughter, and did her work well.
Lottie N ade, as the virago of a wife, did
as weli a porhaps anyone could with a
very poor part. Percy MacKid's storm
ing as the old slave trader was tiresome.
The same company will give "Squab
bles" tonight, and if it is as well done as
was the piece last night, it will be worth
seeing. This is not the company that
had trouble with its manager. It will
play all dates as formerly advertised.
On Wednesday night we will have
Vale's "Newest .Devil's Auction," which
Mr. Yale Bays In has rewritten this year.
It will have all the old attractions and
many new ones.
"The Hustler," one of the most suc
cessful of modern comedies, will b-j here
on Friday night, the 12th.
'"Paul Kauvar" and "Glorianna-' will
also be here this month.
Hnrlenque at the Topeka.
There will be a much better show than
usual at the Topeka theater next week
beginning 1'ondiy. Stewart & llalla
day's Musical Comedy company will be
there. This is tie same J. II. Halladay
that owned Halla lay's big minstrel show
several years ago. He was one of the
first of Topeka's residents, arid lived here
when quite a young man for four years
in the latter part of the fifties. The en
tertainment will consist of specialties
and burlesaue.
CALL VS. BLACK 31 AX,
Henry L. Call is Seeking to Kecover S9.000
on the Odd Clothing Store .stock.
Henry I. Call's case against L. Black
man, involving about $ 9,' KM, is on trial in
-the district court toiav. Call, as assignee.
is seeking to recover the value of the
stock of the Odd CI otb ing . company,
which operated for a nuiuLer of years at
120 Fast Sixth street.
Shortly before the firm failed, It is al
leged, it execute 1 two mortgages, and
Blackman, acting for the mortgagees,
sold most of the stock for enough to pay
the mortgages and clear fl.U'KJ for his
services, la the meantime Henry L. Call
had been named assignee, and he is now
suing Blackman for the whole amount of
the stock. The case haj been in court
for more than a year.
J. D. McParland and Ralph Ingalls
represent Call in the case, and Waters &
Hilton defend Blackman. The profes
sional tilts between Captain Waters and
Ingaiis are numerous during the trial of
the case, and appear to be more bitter
than they are.
BURXED WITH GASOLINE.
The Clothes of m Domestic at Dr. lUakei
ley's Catch Fi re.
h Mary Arion, a domestic employed at
the residence of Kav. L, B.akesley, 7U4
West Eighth street, was seriously turned
with gasoline yesterday afternoon. She
had used gasoline in cleaning furniture
and her sleeves had become saturated
with it. When she started to put more coal
on a hot kitchen fire, therefore, the up
per portion of her dress caaght fire like
a Sash.
Her screams attracted Mrs. Blakesley,
who put the fire out, but net until the
woman had been seriously bnrned. The
injuries were confined largely to both
arms and the face. Dr. Tefit wti sum
moned and bandaged the wounds.
Superior raaita. KitcheU & ilfcrburg. J
HIS VISIT TO EUROPE.
The Importance of a Topekau't Minion
to London.
f From the Cimarron New West.
Much importance is attached to the
visit of J. W. Gleed, attorney, of Topeka,
who is now en route to London, England,
in the interest of the bond holders of the
Eureka irrigating canuL The English
bond holders comprise the majority of
the stock holders of the Eureka canal
Just what Mr. Gleed will accomplish we
are not advised; but from hints dropped
we are led to believe that his mission will
result in good to the future operations of
the canaL It is known that Mr. Gleed
was here a few weeks ago making the
preliminary move toward the foreclosing
of the mortgage held by the English
bond holders. It is said that the design
is to foreclose the mortgage and purchase
the canal by the larger stock holders,
who will put the ditch in working order.
A squeezing out of the email holders
will enable the larger owners to put such
improvements on the property as will
provide water in abundance. What these
appliances will be we are unable to state,
but the expenditure of a couple hundred
thousand dollars is not an improbable
necessity to insure a flow of water suf
ficient to irrigate all the lands lying
under the ditch in Gray and Ford coun
ties. A lack of financial aid has hindered
the improvement of the canal in the few
years tast. It may be said that the
proper means have never been used in
s?curing a permanent and sufficient flow
of water for irrigation purposes. What
ever design the new company may adopt
in securing a flow of water, the expense
will not enter into it. The whole matter
will have a careful business and practi
cal mechanical consideration without
useless expenditure.
The history of the Eureka canal is
familiar hareabouts. It is known that
the canal was bonded for f l,0D(J,OW, hav
ing co3t not more than 1300,000. While
much had been done to secure a constant
flow of water, the methods proved fruit
less. Seemingly much had been done to
put the canal into useful shape, but much
was lacking in the way of appropriate
expenditure and available aud useful
method. Speculation had much to do
in the earlier years of the canaL The
originator had in view the main chance.
He paid a broker f 230,000 to secure the
fl.OoO.OJO which he obtained by mort
gage. These ignorant owners were called
on frequently tor funds to keep the canal
in practical operation, until patience and
funds became exhausted from repeated
failures, through wise and unwise ellorts
to obtain water, either in rebuilding the
dam across the river or from experiments
ia obtaining a eutficient quantity of water
from the underflow.
The interest in irrigation and the prob
able revenue to be derived from a suc
cessful operation of the canal will be an
inducement for the English syndicate to
put the property on a paying basis.
Imagine the benefit that will accrue to
land owners along the ninety-five miles
length of the canal through the means of
an abundant water supply. Gray and
Ford counties may rejoice when the
Eureka canal furnishes sufficient water
to irrigate ail available lands along its
line.
TO SUPPORT HER CHILDREN
M. Lyd Bond j AVants Her Husband to
Fay $20 a louth Alioiuny.
Lyda A. Bundy, who has been involved
in the Shawnee county divorce court in
connection with Benjamin M. Bundy,
filed a petition today asking that her hus
band be ordered to give her $2 J a month
alimony. She says she is unable to find
employment by which to support her
four minor children of whom she has the
custody. They are Lulu, aged 10: Clar
ence, aged 7: Geneva, aged 5, and Nelson,
aged 20 months. She asks that her
father, James Neeley, be made the guar
dian of the children. She states that
Mr. Bundy has a salary of $45 a month,
and she asks that he be ordered by the
court to pay Mr. Neeley $20 a month for
the support of the children.
0SB0RN IS MAD AGAIN.
He Says the Report of Ml Oakley Speech
is "Au Cnuiitigrated ie."
Secretary of State Osborn is mad to
day. The report that he said in his
Oakley speech that the Populist state
ticket will be defeated ia the cause of his
irritability.
"Anyone who says I said that ia an un
mitigated liar. I said nothing of the
kind and nothing that could be con
strued that way. On the other hand I
am sure that the Populists are 20 per
cent stronger than they were two years
ago. The Populists have made gains all
over the state and I know it. Then why
should I make such a statement?
"I did say it was suicidal to put out
another candidate in that judicial dis
trict. The district is composed of Wal
lace, Logan, Gove, Trego and Ellis and
every county but one in th district has
alwavs been Republican. That is why I
was in favor of no ticket but I never ut
tered such sentiments as those attributed
to me."
COMPANIES TO UNITE.
Two Ttival Steamship Companies Propose
Union as a Measure of Koonomr.
Sas Francisco, Oct. 6. It is stated
here that the Pacific Mail Steamship
company is about to absorb the Occi
dental and Oriental Steamship company.
The latter company was started about
twelve years ago by the Southern Pacific
company in opposition to the Pacific
Mail. For a time there was a lively rate
war, but a compromise was effected and
the steamer3 of the two companies di
vided the business between this port and
the orient.
C P. Huntington ia now 'president of
both companies, and as it is stated that
the steamship lines of the Northern and
Canadian Pacific have cut into the busi
ness, consolidation is proposed as a meas
ure of economy. The Pacific Mail owns
its own vessels but the Occidental and
Oriental leases its steamers from the
White Star line.
Ladiea Come
In the morning if you can. You will
avoid the afternoon rush and be waited
upon much more satisfactorily.
Topeka Cash Drt Goods Co.,
103 East Sixth street.
Value Received
Is just what we can give you in our $2.
$i0J and f 3 shoes, at Furman's.
Kurept the Hu venlr 29c
Kid Gloves and 10 cent Pen Knives,
we will have all the articles quoted in
our big ad. of last weak.
Topeka Cash Drt Goods Co.
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SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS
The city registration has reached 5,800.
The malaria seasonis here and the air
is full of it.
The kindergarten normal training
school will open Monday.
The new Y. M. C. A. rooms will be
formally opened October 14.
It is getting so it rains whenever there
is a performance at the Grand.
Miss Emma F. Burgess will conduct
the Y. W. C. A. meeting tomorrow.
Marshall's band concert was postpon
ed on account of the rain last night.
Miss Lillian Yount of Topeka has
been granted a notarial commission.
W. H. Bennington has started an in
surance paper called Life Insurance.
Th ollice of the commissioner of elec
tions will be open evenings next week.
Prof. Leib has been secured as choir
master of Grace Cathedral vested choir.
The Republican flambeau will go to
Meriden next Tuesday to attend a rally.
Clinton Van Sant, son of the Oakland
postmaster, is visiting here from Mary
land. The Republicans have made arrange
ments for a Republican meeting at Dov
er October lo.
S. M. Charles, traveling passenger
agent of the Rock Island, is sick at his
home in this city.
Inmates of the county jail who play
the "sick racket" keep County Physician
McCliatock busy.
The management of the Grand opera
house' is doing its best to discourage
Bmoking in the foyer.
A Topeka young man who was vaccin
ated a week "ago will have a "keep off"
sign pinned to his arm.
At the Wichita races yesterday it took
Miss Fullerton seven heats to get fir3t
money in the 2:20 class trot.
The Science club will hold their first
meeting of the season in the high school
rooms, on the evening of the 12th.
Topeka's bank clearances are nearly
double those of W'ichita. This week
they were $.08,032 to Wichita's 305,000,
Editor Flower of the Arena donated
l.OOJ copies of the June number of his
magazine to the Populist state central
committee.
Rossville, in Shawnee county is boom
ing. xVn addition of about 200 acres was
recently laid out in town lots by Tcpeka
engineers.
J. P. Rowley of Topeka and Carey
Snyder of Dover have been appointed
treasury examiners by the county com
missioners. The American Union Life Insurance
company has applied to the superinten
dent of insurance for permission to do
business in Kansas.
Matthew bemple, a brother of Secre
tary Semple of the Populist state central
committee, signed the petition for the
Initiative and Referendum ticket.
You will never realize how many
friends you have until you have been
vaccinated and they begin to salute you
by slapping you on your left arm.
The residence of J. II. Squires, at 511
Buchanan street, was burglarized this
week. The robbers got in througu a
cellar window but were unable to get up
stairs.
Artie Peflley of Chase county is the
originator of a badge for teachers. It is
a silver star surrounded by a golden
band with a tiny golden ladder at the
bottom.
Adjutant General Davis has ordered
the first batallion and second brigade, K.
N. G., into camp at Arkansas City, Octo
ber 8. The encampment will continue
one week.
At the morning services at the First
M. E. church tomorrow Mr. Paul Tor
rington will sing "The Plains of Peace."
In the evening Prof. W. II. Leibjwill sing
a solo to be selected.
Lucius Kingman and family and J. II.
Squires and family have returned from a
week's fishing outrng in the northern
part of the state. They caught a five
pound bass and a filteen-pound buSalo,
as well as catfish.
A. Q. Wilson, the man who was treat
ed to some ancient egs while he was
making s speech a sh.ort time azo will
peak again tonight at the corner of
Eighth street and Kansas avenue. He
says he will tolerate nojtijjtrbance.
( Greats
iReduGbioiw
(EstaDiisnein
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I gurntss Painless Dsnt istry "by tho tics cf
iny ITer Local Anesthetic.
Is asked for any Torlz
entirely satisfactory.
In all kinds of Dental
prices the lovcst in the
DR. A. P. ASHTON,
Cor. 8th and Ilansas Avenue.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Items of Interest Abont Topeka 1'eople aud
Visitor in Town.
I Notices or descriptions of social events in
teijileil for tiiis column will not b published uu-!--s
accompanied by lhe name aud address of
the wriLer.i
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Rain and Mr. and
Mrs. George V. Crane chaperoned a
taliyho party which left the city about
half past six last evening and rode out
to the country home of Mr. and Mrs. P.
H. Adams, west of North Topek.:, where
they were received in a most hospitable
manner by the host aud hostess. Danc
ing was the principal diversion, and was
enjoyed by Misses Lillian Tfffi, Maine
Smith, Bessie Stewart, Edna Crane,
Crandie Packard, Nellie Small, Grace
Weiss, Grace Curtis, Mabel Knowles,
Kate Player, Grace Van llouten, Myrtle
and Iva Davis, Libbie Hazlett, Liliiun
Whitelock; Messrs. Fred Gillett, Dave
Harvey, Floyd McDonald, Fred Bobbins,
Clyde Grubbs, Tom Clements, Warren
Akers, Wrill Curtis. Walter Smith, How
ard Wood, David Lakiu, Rassie Bennett
and Frank Davis. -
Misses Mollie and Anna Crane, Trissa
Greenwood, Carrie Merrick and Emily
Black, members of the I. O. T. B. club
gave a club party last evening at the
home of Miss Merrick on Polk street.
There were oeven tables and the game a
lively one; Mr. Jack Newman and Miss
I Jessie Garwood receiving prizes for
making the most progressions. Some
music and light refreshments were part
of a very pleasant evening. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tanner,
Misses Myrtle and Lulu Fordyce, Daisy
Smith, Laura Weidling, Maud Kanney,
Miss Radcliff of Carthage, Mo., Claud
Miliigan, May Newman, Clara Ebright
and Ella Marburger; Messrs. Guv Hagar,
Rob and Frank Merrick, A. HulTtt, W. J.
RadcliiL Lewis Greenwood, Cha3. Lager
strom; Dana Mc Vicar, Julius Weidling,
Dean Waters, Lamont Gregg, Jack New
man, Ralph Moore and Chas. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McAfee entertained
a few friends Thursday evening for Mrs.
D. C. Nellis, who left yesterday after
noon for New York to spend another
year with her daughter Celeste. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Lakin,
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Gage, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Baker,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Crawford, Airs. Whit
ing, Mr. "and Mrs. D. H. Forbes, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. W. McAfee, Dr. and Mrs. J. P.
Lewis and Major Martin Anderson.
Mrs. Shepherd and daughter Nellie, of
Burlingame, are visiting Miss Dora Shep
herd at Bethany college.
Mrs. John Hodge spent yesterday in
Kansas City.
Mrs. M. A. Low and daughter Vera
went to Kansas City today to remain over
Sunday.
Charles Johnson, of Salida, Colo., is
visiting his parents on Crane 9treeL
Mrs. W. W. Manspeaker and daughter
I Lulu have returned from Chicago.
I Mrs. H. H. Hazlett went to Chicago to
day.
Miss Dora Furman is expected home
next week from Pennsylvania, where
she has been spending the summer.
Mr. and .Sirs. Frank Hughes are the
parents of a daughter, Mildred Hughes.
Mrs. Belle Small will leave Monday
for an eastern trip.
Mrs. James II. Deaver, who has been
visiting her sister, VI ra.. Frank Con well,
has gone to the southern part of the
state. Mrs. Conwell accompanied her.
Mrs. Susan Burgess has returned from
a four months' sojourn iu California.
Mrs. A. 1L Peck returned to Leaven
worth today accompanied by Mrs. O. J.
Baddera.
Mrs. Oliver Small of Sedalia, Mo., is
the guest of Mrs. J. J. Frey.
Joe Shellabarger will leave next week
for New York to resume his law studies.
Mrs. W. A. Snyder and aoa Pearl re
turned today from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Collier of Omaha,
who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cope, have returned home.
Mr. C. j. Bell ia recovering from an
attack of sciatic neuralgia.
Mrs. Mary Cole of Eastham, Mass., ar
rived today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Cole and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Knowles.
The Y. M. C. A. gospel meeting will
1 e led Sunday afternoon by Miss Emma
Burgess.
Mrs. Belle Small returned to her home
in Sedalia, Mo., today.
Mrs. IL A- Uodgins and daughter, and
I lister, Misa Carrie DeObert, leave tomor
I do that is net
"Work, makes my
city.
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row for Denver, Col., where they -au!
visit frieods and relatives fur t!.ur
weeks.
Mr. and Sirs. J. W. Farnswoith l.,ivo
issued cards for the tnarria.-o of ti.nr
daughter, Ruth, to Mr. H.irr.v A , ' v.
Tuesday evening, Oct 2'i, in Grtu'e C t 1.
edral. A reception will ! iu! 1 fi r,n
S:'60 till 1 1, at their home on Top -kt -nue.
The wedding will bo the ii.t
fashionable of the season.
Miss Myra Williams will give a W--!-a
rare-bit supper to a few friends l'uf-1 iy
evening.
.Mrs. Henry King and daughter i.e-.-;.-will
arrive today 110 n St. Louis to vi-.t
Mrs. J. I King.
Miss Birdie RmlcP.fi. who is lhe uuc-t
of Miss Mollie Crauo will return o
Carthage, Mo., Monday.
.May Marsh has gone to St. Louis.
Mrs. W. P. Toinlinson and l,ui;'h?-r,
Wiila, returned today from Kauris Vy,
Capt. b. K. Cross Hccoinpnnit-d liis in
valid son to Eureka Springs, Ark., I i r
night, where they will remain for t !
latter's health.
Mrs. Paul Hudson and Miss M.u,.
Price wiil leave tomorrow fur a l w 1
week's visit in Omaha.
The Doiize whist ciu'i will mik-i
Mrs. Fred Cole, next Wedn-sd,iy afn-r-noon.
Frank II. Poole has gone to Color. 1 ! .
Springs.
Mrs, Emma Averill anil Miss ;y ' i ir.
well have rclurmd from n wei-k's vi it
in Kansas City.
Rev. I). II. Johnson of I'ot.viu h u i.
turned from Ottawa.
Mr.-:. W. A. S. B.r l has roMir.i- 3 from
Iowa where she has been viiiting h r
sister.
Mrs. Mary Cole of Easthim, Ma--., i
expected tomorrow to visit Mr. an i ! 1 ..
Fred Cole.
The Oxfords will give their iir-t r i; v
Oct. 21 in Library hall.
B. F. birn went to AK-h'n : c-'i'r 1
and will stop in K imn City b ;f : 1
turning.
M rs. I'pdegrafT of Maple 11 i II i - -;, s !
ing a few days with the fafsiily of ,,,,(n
Small.
CITY MARSHALS' IEi; TiMi.
The Nut Annual sialc Mei-Hnu Ui- i:-!.
at Top-t;.
Chief L'.ndsey, who has returnt" 1 iro n
the Wichita convention of Iwn.-as 1 , v
marshals, say3 the ni"eting w-t-, .1 very
profitable uue. The idea of an hi- n a
tion of the marshals of the Htate is I 'wi
the purpose of more f amily d"t--ti for
crime and keeping track of crim.n...
and crimes belongs to Chief Cone 01
Wichita.
There were between sity ami t-v otv
delegates in attendance. hiel 1 . . 1 1 i .
of this city was olected president of it. .
association and Cuurcli White of At
son was male secretary.
The visitors were royally treatr-d ind
were taken to all places of 1 n t i -. in
city.
The next meeting of the tis-ot -i t
will be held in Topexa on lhe hi t t Ti
day in June next.
"They wanted to come, an 1 1 to. -k
liberty of inviting them," sii l t .
LiuUsey, "and 1 hope they- will t- v
treated by the mayor and the city if 1
not the chit f when they come. Thfy
a nice lot of people, if thev are n
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all Republicans."
4aMl Mioe.
A very largo stock of good wrvic-.i
shoes for children's wear al very
prices, at Furmau's.
Iloxtery. Underwear.
And Gents' Overalls, Jeans Pants ;
Cottonade Pants now ready for yon.
Topeka Cash Drt Gim.iw C
It le t'ny
To buy standard makes in tine th,
thev fit the feet, are mure coruforta! :;
will retaiu the shape and wear lo'u;i r.
Try them at Farman'a.
"There is a Salve lor every won-: I"
We refer to De Witt' Witch Hazel rv.,,
cures burns, bruises, cuu, 11 1 .! t ; ! ,
aa a local application in the i.-. -.'- i.
cures catarrh, and always cures j t.
J. K. Joueri.
farty Slipper.
A large and well select? 1 stock always
on hand at Furoiau's, No. CJt v- ''
avenue.

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