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STATE JOURNAL, EVEN'CN'G, OO TOBSil 8, 1S91.
3 rrgwr toller . A - Tl -4- I V - . it a OS alMiii on OF EVERY DESCRIF i iviiN Arsu ai tvtK fKict:. chisf requisites in ornamenting and "beautify in ths homs ; and i of Carpsts, Curtains, Bugs and Upholstery Goods c as d experts in nsT7 style ths art ' Invite your inspection of an X Immense line of 1 After cleaning house this fall you will probably need some Silkoline, Madras, Cretonne China bilk, bash Muslins, Etc. Observe the qualities of these goods in connection with the extremely low prices lower than they were ever known. Silkoline, figured or plain, 10c and 15c yd. Muslin Curtains, (by the yard) in pretty effects, ow and wide widths, 12c, 15c, 13c, 20c, 25c nan and up. Madras, in all the new colorings, 20c, 3Gc, 35c and up. New Japanese Drapery at 25c and 30c yard. Fine all Silk Drapery, 50 inches wide, 90o yard- Chenille Curtains, plain and figured, in all the new shades, 82.85, $4.25, $4.75, So.GO, $5.50 pair and up. Silk Curtains, $8.75,$10.00 and S13.50 pair. Tapestry Curtains, very handsome, $20 pair. Nottingham Curtains at 75c, 90c, $1.00, $1 up. Muslin Curtains, with and without ruffle edge, .50 pair. Irish Point Curtains, $3.75, $4.50 and $5.60 pair up. Tamboured Curtains, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50 up. Brussels Curtains, $7.50, $8.00, $10.00 up. llopePortierres at $5.00, $6.50 $8.50 each and up. AVe have the largest stock of Carpets and Curtains and and and and and .35 $2 We are headquarters for Oil Cloths, Linoleums, and Oil Cloth rugs for the stove. We can sell you a good quality of Oil Cloth at 25c yd. Straw Mattings, 14c, 16c, 18c, 20c and up. Ingrain Carpets at 20c, 25c, 30c, 40c yard and up. Japanese Rugs at $2.20, $3.35, $5.00, $10.00 each and up. Carpet Sweepers, the best made, S2.50 and S3. 50 We will guarantee the sweeper we sell to be the best in the Market. Windsor Shades at 25c, 30c, 400 and up. Telephone us to come and get your measure for Shades we can please you. London Dyed Seal Garment fistraclian and MinK JacKets, Fur Gapes, Mulls, tic tte. c5 IN ALL FUP.3 DTTA'RT.E UESI3IT AND CLOAKS. Here is another styles of garments Persian Lambs' Wool Cape. MILLINERY. m flldSLVOct. department filled with all kinds and from the Infant Cloak to the fine fill all orders stock so well for Hats assorted and with pair pair in we the state. No trouble have. to show our goods come and see what All mail orders attended to promptly should you not be able to visit our store personally. Send for sam ples. We want to do business with you. We are in shape now to Bonnets. Never was any new and novel designs we can make you up a cheap as well as an expensive Hat. What is a Hat or Bonnet without Style? You would not wear it; your husband and friends would remark about it; you would be ill at ease all the time. Let Miss Holman. make you a Hat. She will please you. Tit esc! 'y Oct. NOTIONS. Visit our center counter, we are showing some very nice things in Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings, Art Materials, Ribbons, Etc. BRESS GOODS. We still retain the lead thing that is new and stylish partment. Send often for samples, will keep you posted. in Dress Goods. Every will be found in this de- If we cannot sell you we ,i SASTA FE CHANGE. irasom & .9jrrrT19 Kansas Hve. o O BING A SPECIAL DISPLAY By a representative of one of the largest fur manufac turers in this country. MEASURES TAKEN FOR SPECIAL ORDERS. KILLS, FLOWEE, ADAMS CO. 'a J. A. Ilanley, Freight Traffic Man ager of the System Hoaigns. IT 15 n IMPORTANT OFFICE. IV. Mi. Middle, a. loans Mao Well K.nown in Topeka Is 9entloned ai a Possible SBffdfmor, J. A. Ilanley, freight traffic manager of the Santa Fe systera with headquarters in Chicago, has resigned. The announcement of Mr. Ilanley'a resignation was tiade late Saturday evening through a telegram to Receiver J. C. Wilson. Mr. llaniey, who was appointed freight trailic manager during the administra tion of President Manvel, has been re garded as one of the most thoroughly equipped otlieials of the Santa Fe, and according to a Santa Fe official the posi tion which he has occupied is second in importance only to that of the presi de n cy. The freight traffic manager has a gen eral oversight of the freight business on all the roads in the system, including the Santa Fe, Frisco, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and tha Colorado Midland. Mr. Ilanley was ic Colorado last week, and when he returned to Chicago Satur day he placed his resignation betore the receivers, to take en'ect November 1st. There will be a meeting of the receiv ers in Chicago this week when some ac tion will probably b3 taken towards till ing the vacancy caused by Mr. Hauler's resignation. Mr. W. B. Biddle of Chicago, the pres ent assistant freight traliic manager has been mentioned as a possible successor of Sir. Ilanley. Mr. Ulddle is a young man who was employed in the general freight department of the Santa Fe in Topeka about three years and he is well known here. Receiver J. C. Wilson and Treasurer Edward Wilder will go to Chicago to morrow to attend a meeting of the re ceivers, and it is expected that at the ad journment of this m jating the receivers will take their contemplated trip over the syetem. According to the plans suggested by Receiver V alter tie first trip will be west from Chicago through Illinois, Mis souri and Kansas to Galveston, returning over the Frisco. down. Judge Ensuiinger thought that Gruber's sore head should exempt him from a line, so he let him go with a lec ture, but Neske left $o with lhe jailor. Anuie Clay was arrested for street, walk ing Saturday night. She said she just went down to the train to meet a friend and the policeman came up at;d arresred her. Annie's stories don't go in police court so Judge Ensminger made her tine $ 1U. A disorderly house on Smoky Row was raided Saturday night by OHicers Owen and Foote. and Bert Shoefeidt, L. Mc llan, J. S. Johnson and Mrs. Anna Regan who is said to be the keeper of the house, were arrested. Their cases were con tinued this morning. After the officers had disposed of that crowd, they went back and surprised the inmates of the house at the corner of Third and Quincy streets. They were all colored and answered to the follow ing names this morning: Crook Wright, Jess Williams, Jim Harper, Carrie Jor dan, and Nellie Wright. They were not ready for trial and their cases were con tinued. Carrie Alexander, a well known colored character, was lined $10 for street walk ing. Jim Hamberg pleaded guilty to being drunk and he was lined $ j, which he will work out. THE JOINTIST SKIPPED. THE POLICE WAKE UP. Two disorderly Houses Ftjieletl as m. Result of tlie l'rtsent right. There was a long list of offenders' names on the policj court docket this morning and Judge Esminger handled the offenders with his ut-u.il Monday morning sternness. Frank Bradshaw. the prize fighter, was charged with being drunk, but hi case was continued. Charles Neske and Henry Gruber are neighbors living tear the Santa Fe shops. Saturday evening Gruber told Nask that his children had imposed upon the youngsters belonging to Gru ber. Neske denied the charge, and to make it more emphitic hit Gruber on Ikt) heal with a ttone, knocking him Somebody Told T-ouls Myers of tlie Pro posed Haiti, aiid He Left Tow u. Sheriff Burdge had all arrangements made Saturday night to raid a "club" in full oporation, but when they arrived at the scene their bird had iiown. The club in question was that of Ljuis Myers at 112 Klein street. The joint was op erated in the large cellar of Myers' home where hi3 wife and family live. The sheriff was told that if he went there about 9 o'clock Saturday night they could catch the club in fullblaat. Some of the witnesses who knew of the proposed raid evidently gave Myers a tip, for when the sheriU arrived at the appointed time the club was closed and Myers had gone. His wife told the sheriff her husband was out of the city looking for work. The ciub room facilities in the base ment were among thS best ever seen in a lopeka joint, lhe big ice chest had a capacity for beer kegs second only to a freight car. There was only one full keg found, however. There were aboat twenty empty ones in the basement A hundred empty whisky bottles and con siderable bulk whisky indicated that Myers expected to do a big business in "red stuff" as well as beor. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Items of Interest About Topeka People and Visitors in Town. Some of the young men are showing considerable interest in kiaisrgarten work and have formed an as-jociition for the purpose of giving a minstrel per formance early in December, probably, the 7th and 8th, for the beceiit of that cause. The members of the asjociation are C. B. Merriam, president; F. O. Pop enoe, vice president; C 11. Xetteis, busi ness manager; S. M. Gardenhire, stage manager; M. C. Holman, musical direc tor; F. W. Freeman, treasurer; Charles Holman, secretary; Walter Noble, cus- j todian; C. M. Merriam, press and adver l tisintr aireuL Tliev vviil hold a meelinsr tonight in F. O. l'openoe's oliice. -Mr. ;md Mrs. Auier entertame I a gen tlemer's suprise party Saturday evening and she guests were Judge J. T. Morton, Judge S. A. Kingman, CoL W. II. Ros sington, Dr. Huutoun, Mr. M. Bo-iworth, Mr. Daniel Crosby, Mr. Guilford Dudley, Mr. John Brier, Mr. Jacob Smith, Mr. W. O. Ewinir, .Mr. W. F. Parkor, Mr. J. C. Gordon, Mr. D. P. Elliott, Mr. J. C Cooper. The Douze whist club have issued in vitations for a HalJo'een party at the home of Miss Edna Best. .Siiss Mary Col well, of Colorado Springs, is the guest ot .Miss Edna Lakin. Mrs. Col. George W. Veale hag issued cards for two l.irge thimble parties on Tnurday and Friday afternoons. Mrs. L. Cardell of Kansas City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Rodgers. The W. T. K club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:3 J with Mrs. A. J. Arnold, "J27 Jackson Street, N. T. E. W. Craver of Fotwiu has returned from Kansas City. The Calidorean club met this afternoon with Mrs. C. T. Thrapp. A rs. G. 1. Ashton has returned from a week's visit in Kansas City. Mrs. A Taylor and Mrs. S. C. Taylor have gone to Hew York to spend the winter. Mrs. Lulu Whipple Burney arrived Thursday from Omaha to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Whipple. Miss Florence Field of Lawrence is the guest of Miss Grace Jilson. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. McXabb have gone to Wellington to make their home. George B. Palmer and Frank Willard are in Lakeview. A. D. Sid well, of Russellville," O., is in the city visiting his brother, J. W. Sid well Mrs. G. C. Foss has gone to Peru, 111., summoned by the death of her un cle Mr. Murray Bianchard. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wise, of .Washington, Ind., are visiting their mother, Mrs. S. U. Wise. Miss Ruth Farnsworth has been elect ed secretary and treasurer of the Whist club. C. W. Harrison has taken a position with Warren M. Crosby & Co. " Prof. II. S. Wilder, who was organist at the First Presbyterian church, and prominent in musical circles here, has been engatred as organist and choir di rector of Uniou .church in Worcester, Mass. Orlin McCall is in Kansas City. Mrs. F. P. Biker is visiting Mrs. I. N. Baker, in Kansas City. Mrs. Clara Campbell and daughter Edith, will leave tomorrow for their old home ia Indiana to reside. Mrs. G. J. Mulvane spent Sunday in Hoyt. Mrs. C. C. Bowes and daughter Lottie returned today from a visit in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Conkle of Canon City, Col., are the parents of a daughter. Mrs. Conkle was formerly Miss Gertie Baker. Mrs. Grant Maxwell baa returned to her home in Ft. Worth, Texas. Miss Myra Williams went to Atchison today to attend a party. Dr. II. C. Linn is spending three weeks ia Washington, D. C THE CIVIL DOCKET. The Assignment of Civil Cases for This AVeelt and xt in the IJistr.et Court. Today is a general motion day in the district court. Tomorrow the regular civil docket will be resumed. Judge Ilazeu has announced the fol lowing assignment of cases for this week and next, which is of interest to lawyers: Tuesday, Oct. 9. Fluke vs Wintrode; Prescott vs Prescott; Mo. Fia. Cattle Co. vs Greene; Webber & Co. vs Wilkerson, et al; Burlinutou Savings Bank vs Steven son, et al; Nunsell vs Collins; Merritt vs Whiteker: Riordan vs Rohrig; Ely.vs Vaughn; Trust Company of America vs Ament, et al; Lyon vs Lindsey, et al. Wednesday, Oct. 1U. Fuller vs Case; Hall & O'Uonald vs State Fair Associa tion; Callahan vs Wilkerson; Dunlap vs Wintrode; Newman vs Schloss; Flack vs Olis; Burns vs Rollhauser; Sells vs Throop; Bank of Topeka vs Cordley; Bnsee vs Hicka. Thursday, Oct 11. Mayer vs Durain; Herald vs Durein; Gibeson vs Topeka Railway company: Receivers Santa Fe va Leavitt; Hunt vs Fisiier, Hammel vs Jenkins; Haraes vs Wear; Warstall va Otis; Mendum vs Fesselman; Allicott vs Nichols; Gillett vs Garrett; Moutpelier Savings' Bank va Linn; National Life Ins. Co. vs. McCaun. Friday, Oct 12. McCarter vs Missouri, Kansas & Nebraska Opera House Co.; Hogeboom vs Guthrie; Sherman vs. Gunn; Burns vs hhaifor; Investment Bank Co. va Boley; Mullen vs Steinberg; Con ant vs Whiisheld; Investment Jfc Loan Co. vs Morris; Passumpsio Bank vs Elmore; Topeka Commission Co. va Fricket. Saturday, October 13. CoHney vs Rock Island; Moore vs Benton; Jennings vs Rugg; Homer va Furbeck; Lightcap vs Payne; Henderson vs Hudson, Bond vs Miller; Waters vs Pack. Tuesday, October 16. Hopkina vs Clark; Greeuless vs Dreydeea; Bobie vs Curry; Robinson vs Thacher; DuPont va Dillon; Barrie vs Rhodes; Webster vs LuteE; Bredienbaugh vs Peterson. Bush nell. Ex., vs Evans; Proctor vs Interstate Loan company; American Sunday School Awarded Highest Honors World Fair. Uniou vs Rowley; Wise va Patterson; Shaddir.ger vs Black. Wednesday, Oct. 17 Wbittaker va Scandinavian C. & N. Co.; Wagner, admr., vs Dixon et al.; Chicago Lumber Co. vs Dennis; ( lark vs Bartholomew et al; Lancaster T. Co. vs Lock wood; Hor ner vs Taggart; Ball vs West Assurance Co.; Firey vs Miller; Strickrott vs Lfis- mmger; V agg-Anderson Co. vs nelson; Perry vs Corning. Thursday, Oct. 18 C. M. Whiting vs Topeka Water Co. ; Stevens vs Knight; Valentine vs Levi; Davidson vs Invest ment Batik c o.; Strawn vs Feiendening; Lewis vs Otis et al; Burlington S. Bank vs Lamaster; Berdeinbaugh -s Thomas; Qnmby vs Drowe et al; Tinsman vs Adams: White vs Jones; Rulhford vs Harkius. Friday, Oct. 19. Stebbins va Sterne; Chase vs Cox; Lewis vs Lewis; Top. Ins. & L. Co. vs Switzer; Daniels vs Gem mess; Beech vs Youut ; Cuthcurt vs Crane et al; Ouimbv vs Kraus; Jarrett vs Wins- low; jier. iNat. Bi. vs Crosby; vs Calvin; Long vs Collier; Jones. Saturday, Oct. 20. Murert Siebsrt vs Siebert: Cook vs llammel vs Litlletield. I'omeroy Ferris vs vs Miller; llolliday; NOT A DKESS REFORM. Mrs. Laura Johns Writes on the Alleged Voting: Costume. To the Editor of llio .-static Journal: Juitice to the suffragists of Kansas Compels me to state that ;he K. E. S. A. has not entered upon any dress reform crusade. We have ia our creed only one article, and that one article is a i U to work for woman's enfranchisement. Individual members of our association do believe in and work for a reform in wo man's dress, but all that is an anide, and is outside of our legitimate busineria ar Buffragists. Suffrage associatioas liavo uothing to do with any such departure. The talk about a fictitious votitu; cos tume" for the new constituents in Kan sas is confined to the newspapers and furnishes "the boys" with a t.irget for their wit. A "voting costume" is uunssius and we've none ot it. We have ulways worn skirts to the polls and we are likely to continue that custom. Wo hereby hasten to usturo our Kansas brothers th it their monopoly of the still and UL-ly Ht h in which they clothe themselves does not challenge our admiration nor ambition, and is not likely to be infringed up i 1 y woman voters. We very much prefer our own pretty, graceful and femiuino iirnniries and adornments, and wo see no ine,niistHiicv in their continued u November (5. They will b no more congruous at the polls than ihey are the postotlice, and will not hamper nearly as much when we go to vote they do wiien we sweep and dust, w and cook. Hoping that this statement will lay the ghost of fear in meu's minds that u women are about to reverse Ui obi roiu mon law provision which once gave t! j h u-bind possession of all the cioitiei hi the family, 1 am Yours for the forever femin'mts. Lack. M. John. after u i a i " " GREAT WEEK OUR EVERYBODY was HAPPY; ;tis lied with their bargains and SUii fEISKli at the large stork v. carry in every line; fc.URPillBIJ D a' tho low prices goods were marked. Any body may show a lot of trash at low prices trash not worth carrying home but to find strictly first-class goods at genuine bargain figures, as you always do at the "GOLDEN LlAGi.U," what causes surprise among such people who have not boon in the habit of trad ing with us. ........ When we told you that we are agents for the the exclusive Celebrated Kast Iron (For Boys from 5 to 15 years.) Suits consisting of Coat, two pair of Trouser3 and a C ip. made of strictly all wool, best wearing Cassimere. didn't you find it so? When we told you we sell the best .el's Hair Underwe m v". A v r s.f r. it 1M MOST PERFECT MADE. A pura Crape Crer.m of Tartar Powder. Free rrom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Usually considered cheap at $3.00 per suit, for ijSi'.SQ, per suit, didn't you rind it so'r Vrhen we oiler you an all wool lack Cheviot Suit for Which all the world find cheap at $15.00, Don't you always find it so'r 4IO We micht continue at had we the space to sider it necessary. this rate indefinitely do so, nor do we con- You Must Come and See for Yourself. - -r-S t'S 1.5 t ; ( "4 f. ' ?