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STATE JOURNAL, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER S, 1S94.
WW. v .ft j 17 sr- r. If"' 1 ill. I n ,, 1. 1 ifl" I, fr- -Hi v -- . . . . . . . . . .. . . , -. . . i "-. r T n r. 'W I M r i- A HIP I MAI 'S UUK FLAlhUKM UU1 HKIlNCIFLfci-r AKti IU "btLL LSfc 1 I J I K l nu o.ViUi-. HONEY AND THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY THAN OTHERS" at all times Our Low Prices and Superior Qualities are the Levers that X regulnte our Business Energy, Honesty, Enterprise and Liberality are the Drive Wheels that propel us on our successful career how can we help NT but succeed No house in America tries harder to please than we. g io Start tine Mm iiiiii i m Pf -(St-IP. TPfl 1 Rolllssa We ffer this Week ' u ft . X 1 H WW I EH 0 ii?r FINE SUI MiB OVERCOATS Made of all T700I iNloltons, Cassimere and Cheviots, in square and round cut sacks, single or double breasted and frocks also single and double breasted Overcoats. Made to retail at regular prices for $15. $10 is our price this week to start the season. The ICO per centers down the street askS15and$18 for no ? S3. , i " :: r , - -v, . T - - " . A . . 1 I ! 5 XT i ... ... . - ! 1 . i I i . . ' , Detrer. - ,- I - ; , i This week V ' - ''V ) j t . ' , . ? our price Sio. w- hfll1 . " ' I U - ' ' ' I t ' - o - i V $ -T-rx - s - , - iS MEN'S JUS i SUI AND . 0V OATS. Here's where we shine. We will sell the best, most superior Suits and Overcoats this week for $15.00 any style, any fab ric positively tailor made they are the acme of perfection in style, fit and finish; to start the season out with price this week is $15.00. The 100 per centers down the street ask 520, some even 325 for no better. This week our price $15. i rn M.0U - t ; 'J .1 . - C j j t ti line oihch: . StiiT Hwts same rTl ( J lor uni hundred $.50. Our price this week. 1 O dozen fine Black, Hrown and M ode q alit v lor. Our Treelc 2.5 dozen Kxcelleiat IJIacJ, KIub and I ro w 11 C in- ti Hats aume as Untterm ask $ 1.50 and hnn drod wor center iislt $i.ti5 For. Our jfrice tiiis week.... JTia B. Stetson's r : . . i ii (?n or sold by Uaciprs V H u.uu bargains in j d hundred I li O ters ask 53 I j 1 fill r price tb.U lUXl J KJ and hundrrd per renter for $5. $G. our price this week 1 1 P 25r B1SGAIXS o Till! $ W3 k rO Gfnls' Fine SUk ;artrs. ;ji rent tii"l. this wi-ii Fii- SUk NfCk war, lat est ki'ot-4, r.i-c js-iiiu, Mii'hep-j Friend Siiirt V,ii!.. 5V" peroule, " this wees -.v Boys' lilu? Yacht Cans, 00 eeat kiad. tliU week tC Fine Si:spen 'Its. V.'ilsoa Kro. & kiud. lhi !". we.'k OZ 1 a rusn, our r : " - '! ! - j -r-l 1 T ti. j r -id t .-s;. -a jn & 3 ni. . Ill WRITK FOR SAMPI.KS. j i : , J 4 " V . " ' Bvj V' "i h.oo or more. O n Hi I M VW i Mil i Boys' Clothing, All $3.00 Knee Fant Suits. tT- (Q Go this week fir pltJ All wool Knee f.-az Suits wi.h doub.e titiil a,uU kiiees y') "A tesa .ar (ricc3'i;flis week a: '' Fiu all wool Knee Fant Su.li.douuit seat ;iud kurei f") F A legu ar price $ : th is week '" ' i ins a;i w:ol Klai'k ClieT:ot Fu.it, nuLijviorui'es,rei;u- jfA lr.c-f t.r.; trfis week at .pit.VV iru all woolBiaek aud Bluo WiLWIKiiliVU k'(iii.. Illu.lration 1 Double Breastd Coat pair 1 rousers, double knees eisstic waist band, never " crnie ofT buttons. 1 Staniey p. rl C. j ith ear muirs to worth $V easily, nur WRITE FOR SAMPLES. LOIS' LOXy PAST SOTS-- SKATES FL'FE! V air all clamp Skat-s with every Boys suit of or more. SEND FOE SAMPLES.. LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST CLOTHING 709 KANSAS AVENUE. HOUSE IN KANSAS. AUERBACH &. GUETTEL. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS. Wild ducka are arrivinsr. The city council meets tonight. Farmers are threshing clover seed. Col. Stacey says Morrill is beaten. J. G. Sam liaison ha written an article favoruiir worn in suffrage. Those who didn't ctver up their flow era laat niirht art sd today. Henry Iutnan ii writiajj a story en titljj "The L' e'j revujge." Topeka tpcrtsmen are getting ready for their annual pilgrimage. Ir-enalur John Martin is down on the Republican poll as "doubtful." It was cold snough for overcoats yes terday, to those who had overcoats. WiJU Norton has purchased Mra. C. F. Kendall'd Topeka avenue residence. Tim Panhacdie division of the Santa Fe w.U be abolished after next Sunday. The Rock I-il&nd and Union Pacific passenger trains changed time yesterday. Topeka's bnk clearances last week showed an increase of Cii.5 over a year ago. i he state convention of the Christian church of Ka isai will be held in Topeka next year. A. K. Kodgnrs and J. C. Pickering will address the takland liepublican club tais evening. The members of the United Presby terian church are observing this week as tie weak of i raver. J. II. Fout Lt is president and J. W. Sidwwll is secretary of the County Sun day School association. Bishop Vincent will lecture on "That Boy's Sister" in North Topeka Wednes day night cf next week. Those who lure not put in their win ter'i supply of coal were not in a hurry to get up this morning. There will be a display of fire works oa Kansas avenue thia evening by the Democratic llimbeau club. Kev. Ii. L. S mith will attend the na tional conven ion of the Christian church at iiiebmond, Va., October 15. A. G. Stacey, who i3 now a Popnlist editor at Parsons, says Cyrus Corning will get two otes in Parsons. II. A. Heath, of the Kansas Farmer is president of tae Independent Rural Press nasociauou, which haa its offices in the Boyce building on Dearborn street, Chi cago. The Topeka township Sunday school convention was held yesterday at the Oakland Presbyterian church. The Topeka Y. M. C. A. secretary keeps 800 gallons of hot water constantly on hand for baths and other emergencies. Captain Kleiohans, of the Topeka foot ball team, will referee tbe games be tween the State University and Iowa University. The Republicans of the western part of Shawnee and the eastern half of Wa baunsee cjunty will hold a rally at Dover next Saturday. The new ' North Topeka Christian church was dedicated yesterday after noon. Enough money was raised to pay for the church. The children of the Episcopal church are getting up a number of barrels full of provisions and clothing- for destitute Indians in Minnesota. The first meeting of the Shawnee County Teachers' association for this sea son will be held next Saturday at the high school building. The members of the flambeau club who go to Meriuen tomorrow evening will pay their own expenses. The round trip railroad fare will be 30 cents. Rev W. E. Archibald, formerly pastor of the No'rta Topeka Presbyterian church, has located ia Boston, and ia a member of the Boston Presbytery. Fred Lacey, formerly manager of the Postal Telegraph otSce in Topeka, now has charge of the claim department ia the Chicago oflices of that company. Tomorrow will be Old Settlers day and an arranged programme at the First Congregational church will be carried out during the afternoon and evoning. Ralph M. Easley, formerly editor of the Hatch inaori News, and now an em ploye of the Chicago Inter-Ocean, ia sec retary of the Civic Federation in Chi cago. The railroads have aanouncei a rate of one and one-third fare to the meeting of the Topeka branch of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society at Concordia October 11 and 12. The quartette choir wliich will furnish the music at the F:rt Presbyterian church during the coming year sang at yesterday's service. The members of the auartetta are Mrs. N. S. Wear. lira. , Geo. Park hurst, LL V. R. Carrie. Hinckley and W. K. U. DEFEATS TOPEKA. The family of Rev. F. M. Porch is vis iting in Springfield, O. Mr. Porch will not leave Topeka for his new location, at Louisville, until after the Lutheran synod holds its meeting. A. W. Dana and A. II. Vance will speak at a Republican meeting at Low man hill Wednesday evening. The Re publican flambeau club is expected to marca to the meeting. The committee on railroads of the city council held a meeting Saturday evening but took no action on the question of al lowing the East Side Circle railroad to build a depot at Ninth, and Quincy streets. The certificate of nomination of Col. II. L. Moore, the Democratic candidate for congress in the Second district, was tied with the secretary of state Satur day evening just befare the office closed. It was almost too late. NEW CORPORATIONS. Companies Organized To do Business in Kaaa Granted 1 1 1 irt rs. The following charters have been filed with the secretary of 9tate: The Topeka Cash Dry Goods company; capital stock $11,00J. Directors, O. F. and L. S. Sawyer of Junction City, and Anthony Demuth and L, E. Demuth of Topeka. The Carey-Puterbaugh Coal company of Hutchinson; capital stock foUO,(X0. Directors, Arthur Carey, W. D. Puter baugh, S. Carey, J. G. Puterbaugh and Emerson Carey. The Union Trading and Commission company of Kansas City, Kansas; capital stock $23,000. Directors, W. T. Moore, W. J. Wilkes and Walter G. Greig of Kansas City, Kansas, James K. Lathy of Kansas City, Mo., and Charles Williams of Leavenworth. Bell eville branch of the Union Salva tion Army at Belleville, Kansas. The Christian church of Hollowell, Kansas. Take Snows. Guaranteed to cure coughs and colds "Snow's Pine Expectorant." Price 25 and 50 cents bottle. For sale by ail druggists. The Athletic Club is Heaten at Lawrenc e ly the Small Seore of 1 a to O. The foot ball team of the Topeka Athletic association was defeated by the State L'niversity team at Lawreuce 0:1 Saturday afternoon by a ffure of 1S to 0. At four o'clock tbe two teams lined up on the McCook field in the following order: POSITION'S. Right end. Right tackle. Right guard. Center rush. Left guard. TOPEKA. Caughlan. Baerbobm, Rice, Heise, VV at kins, Lawrence Carr, Left tackle. k. v. Armour. Fletcher. Hasig. Stun e. lloujv. Pope. Fine PocVet nivea. Kite hell & liar- Ohmer, Left end. Steinberger. Ryua, Rt. halfback. Wilson. Montgomery, Lt. half back. Hill. Dailey, Quarterback. William. Evans, Full back. Hester. K. U. won the toss and chose the east Bide with the wind in their faces. In the first haif K. U. made two touch downs and kicked one goal. Score 10-0. In the secoud half Kleinhans took Montgomery's tilace as half back. The ! K. U. 's substituted four men ia the sec i ond half. One of the brilliant plays of the day waa a touch-down by K. U. in ! thin u mimitp MdMnrrav. IK. I'. T UO WUU L-A U 1U m u v - - - j J j substitute) kicked a goal from the tield, making the score 19 to U. After a few scrimmages, in which the K. U.'a ad vanced to tho goal once, time was called. The Topeka boys put up a hne game but their team work was deficient. Mitchell acted as umpire and Sherman as referee. Prof. Hector Cowan was linesman. Next Saturday K. Lr. playa Doane col lege of Crete, Neb., at Lawrence. The Doane team played a tie game with Bak er university last year. In the Topeca team were three men who never played foot ball before al though they will make valuable men in time. OBJECT TO SI3IPS0N. Democratic Committee Files a Protest to the Nomination Papers of Simpson. The Democratic state central commit tee late Saturday afternooa filed objec tions with the aecretary'of state to the nomination papers of Jerry Simpson for congress in the Seventh district. ' Three eeta of nomination taper for Simuson were also tiled. First as the nominee of (he congressional committee; second, as the nominee of the committee as an assembly, and third, as the nominee on petition of twenty-five citizens of Paw nee county. This case will be heard and settled October 15, whan the referendum state ticket is to be considered by the state election board. TROUBLE AIIO I T A WALK. NO S3IALLP0X IN TOPEKA. A Crowd at the Sheriffs Ottire Thought They Had a Case, Hut It Wasn't. There was a smallpox scare at the court house this morning. W. H. Ham mond, a young man from Valencia, created all the trouble by having erup tions all over hia body that looked like smallpox. He was in the sheriff's office telling his troubles to a crowd of men when he kindly showed some of the eruptions. The doors to the sheriff's oliice were not large enough for a few seconds to accommodate those trying to effect an exit. They thought it wag smallpox sure and so did the sheriff. The man was hastily transferred to Poor Commissioner Hale's oliice, which was empty at the time, and the door was shut When Hale arrived Le took Hammond over to County Phy sician McClintock's office where his eruptions were found to be due to blood poisoning. Hammond has been cutting wood several days for Henry Homer of North Topeka. The ftest Installment Moae. I sell watches, jewelry, clocks, ruga, lace aud chenille curtains, stand covers and household specialties at prices and on terms you can afford to pay. No canvassers. You are invited to come and get my prices and terms and see how much you can save by calling. E. V. Hughes, 213 East Fifth street. Hrhool Miori. A very large stock of good serviceable 6hoea for children's wear at very low prices, at Furman's In cases where dandruff, scalp disease, failing and grayness of the hair appear, do not neglect them, but apply a proper remedy aud tonic like Hall's Hair Re newer. Peerles3 Steam Laundry Peerles Steam Laundrv. Superior iitii. -iartui g. i i. it I'n 1 II. Moore Objerts to llitvlnir Iowu to t.ratle. There ia trouble about the grade of tV sidewalk on the eat side of Tyler niruri, between Fifth and Sixth streets. The walk in front of the rt?i ;..!, .. of Fred Miller, and that adjoining hji con demned, and a new sidewalk ord-rcl. The old walk is a foot or nioro a) jv grade, and Mr. Miller does not want t;. walk put down unless a cut H nm lrt -i i the walk ptit on grade. This wuul 1 have been satisfactory, but 1). Jf. ' ! 1 . who lives south of S r. Miller's, h;is a g 00 1 brick sidewalk which would have to 1 taken up and the grade lowerwi. 1 ! also has a beautiful park, and 1 u tn-'' which would also have to be destroy'' I. So naturally Mr. Moor object to th- grade being changed. The committee on etreets a:, ! walk was instructed to investigate th-j eluut. At the last meeting of tbe oticil tlsn committee reported unanimously tint ti e grade be left as it is. 'I he report w,n re jected, and the matter referred back : the committee. The grade for Mr. Moure's walk win established several years airo, and b- down his park and destroyed his tr aud net out others. But when the 11 n flats were built the grab' wa- . 1 changed, and he now finds hi. ."in "above grade" once more. The council will attemj ;t to a-! j a -,l i 1 matter tonight. Value Itfceivett Is just what we can give you in u ir $2.51) and f3 shoes, at Funuau's. It OOP ray To buy (standard makes in lin sh . they tit the feet, are more c ; : will retain tho shape and w car ! ..,!, Try them at Fur man's. CM', "There is a Halve lor fvcrv worn We refer to Da V ut's Witcli ibizt-l .-a cures burns, brui-ies, cuu, iudoiuut so as a local application in the noili; cures catarrh, aud alw.is euro) pt J. K. Jonert. Iarty Nllprjr. A large and well sulect" I etc on hand at Furrnau's, .No. JIVO'lU". v wall ui tho Fccrloa a! w