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STATE JOURXAL, WEDNESDAY EVEXENGr, NOVEMBER 21. 1894.
5 .LOSES TIIKEE 31E3IUEKS Tho Lower IIom-3 of tho Legisla tm3 Deduced. THREE CCUHIES FALL BELOW The Iti'tiuirrnif at4 of the Lawin He giril tit t'u pulution and Must I.oae I h c i r ilt .r.-KpnlliH"t. There will be ouly una hundred and twenty-t a o voting I lembers of the next house of repi escntsttives instead of the usual liO. Three counties in Kansas lose their ret rf -ent-.iUves o- locuua' it of their fail- ure to east the require! 200 votes. The law r-q ni r-s e.ich Cuunty to have ft 25 J voting population before it is en titled tj a regular number of the legis 1 at arc, alth ju:u every orgauiz-jd eouuty is eudtied to tend t. rep rteuut.vc, v. Uo is entitled to his pay ami mileage tut who ducJ not h-i e . vote in the prceed it.es of the Uuu.sc After the cjuatf has had a regular ropresenta ive uml its total vote at any ri-i,-uur election lal.s Leiow 200, it loses its representative. The three Kaunas counties losing their ret reienu- ives th a year are Grant, winch l a ! I'll votes; Stevens, 170; and reword, 1UI, while Haskell just saves lid re re.-enta ive Ly o le Vole, the tutiil vote Cas-t 111 tlirt! county OeUltr -ol. The law provides that when any coun ty loses it r'Tea mtatiou it shall, for h g.sla' ive piurp'eses, be a'tached to the couuty a lj :n;ng or the east, tut it hap-j-eiia ti is li Jie that ST .evens county, which luti-i its representative, lias for its east ern border bewari county, which also los"S it 1 it.se identity. '1 he law does not c jntein plate such a Case, a.'! i it ni ay t;e that bo.ri these coun jv" lo attached to Meade oh lies (H-t of Seward, until ure in 1;'J8 redistricis the requires the legislature to e state omcp in live years, .ure f 1m1 dii this work, now j;ei e.-sarily go over until will le-tve some of the eoun- the proper rep resentatiou m i,er. .Wi 1 ising their representa- ties will r t-ouuty, w h: the irgisia'. Sta'e. l!i law red:.-rri..-t t 1 .it' 1 - T I I is. and it must W'l, w h ;cL t.es w i'.hotli two ye ir.s i 1 ho COM!.: tioti t! is ve.ir are all Republican, al though there will b) .1 contest made by 11. e 1 ;d : s of Stevens county, who claim tuelr luaa 'vai counted out by Irani. HIS VOICE IN A BOX. Justice Uorton's Ai.irt'is Proceed i n i; f rum u l'li)no;r.ipii--stiiu. II i hturical cit.'ly Meeting. T!i board of d rectors of the State 1? Utoricai Society held a meeting yester day (illeraouii at tlm rooms of the society iu the state hoii-e and after they had talaed 1 tis.iie-s thty listened to a big1 honour. ipti deliver the address made ly tl'iof , i.t..-e lljrt.n at the World's f-ir nrid a tenor singer with a strong V MOO, "Ira ni, lramp. Tramp, the Jlarcauig" and "Marching .irria." e directors were old soldiers ; reciatoi the songs. 1 he I man wants to sell one of his ' J.iys are '1 h roii z G Most of t r.nd they a I h()i .crap; i:is;rumni!s to tfce s jciety, but tha di rectors did not knew whore the fC'oO ii costs ar.d the ad 1 - t ional l.o ) w-hich each tut e will cost ws to come from ao they did not make a purch ise. dhe dlrei tors talked about baring the annual report printed but there ia a shortage of funds. A cjmmitteo cn biographies was or dered tii prepare sketches of the lives of l'rof. I. T. Goodno'v, J. C. Ilebbard. T. J'wiht Thictier, ex-Governors Charles Lo' ;:.s sal James Harvey. dlio programme for the annual meet in.: will be prepared by E. 15. Cowgill, F. 1'. ilaker, Judge Joan Guthrie and A. IL Greene. want moki: :ionocs. Tlie Famoa Topekn Musiol Ors: aulzatlon to (ld ten l'ire Siiiift-r. At the regular nnnu.il meeting last night the iinluo clob elected for the ensuing yetr the fo. lowing otficers: 1'residen", Mia j or 1". J. Anderson; vice president, J;,.,.ph Gr.ley; treasurer, 11. 1- Siiirer; secretary, II, L. Overholt; musical director, M. C. Ilohuan. Tho oi 1 1 oard of directors, consisting cf T. J. Anderson, Joseph Griiev, II. K Sairer, M. C. iloln.au and J. G. liode meyer, were re-.ele.ned by a unanimous vo'e of the club. d he rep., rt of the treasurer showed the cjub to be in a prososrous condition, and if the spirit, of entau-iiasm, as shown at last niirht's meeting can be takeu as an index lor their winter work, the people of lopeka may lock for some very ex cellent music in the near future from this old and fatuous i;iu ical organization. d he club now n j; ii . rs twenty sinc ers, but as they oea.ro to increase the membership t thir.y active members an invitation is extend d to the vounc cen- i.e.uen .ir:gers ot i.,poaa to id. themselves with th it inh. sutify lh club rooms a-e lo-ated in the Ma sonic build. ng on Jackson street, which is central and convenient. M apor Anderson aays: "We feel safe In eaymz to ail those who iu the future ruy be f orruu.st er.ourh to become ac tive nifmlrr that t ie evenings epent in rehearsal, at work ja the cias of music which the club l.ae decided upon, will be a source of ,-reai . leasure and ben'eht." :i A Y I OIL'l a ;lass trust Jlictln ; of Kpprfspii'iitives of Lar; (llass k oorie 0. ivi-s Jiisp to the Keport. bitT-n i e, Nov. 1. A meeting of the re resematives jf several Urge plate K'oiss factories is teiag held, which has given rise to ths ritccr that a deal is in c Jr.teuiplatlon whi;h will ccrabiue the larger plants for th purpose of regulat ing the output ana controlling rrices. Six millions of ca )ital are represented ia the men who art present. A promi nent manufacturer danied that any such deal was ti iUht of. Tin: (2Li:i;. aging fast. lctori Can Mar il Gt Around ou count of I, lfuiiwl iin. Ac- ,.'tw IORK, Nov. 21. A special cab it ! taisj nicu 10 amcrai u paper savs: La Pouehere's Truth, says ia a para graph concerning the queen's health: Her majesty has aged very much during the autumn and cart walk; only a few steps, owing to recirring rheumatism in th knees. Rock Island Play in sr Cards. 2tO, bo I inai. Ave. NEWS. Next vear's "Topeka races will be beld early in August. The Grand opera house will be dark until Thanksgiving- night. John Collin s worth is visiting for a few days out-i ..e of Kansas. The executive board of the Y. 51. C. A. held a meeting last evening. The Salvation Army have a reformed cornet player with them now. There are two amateur minstrel shows in course of evolution at r .re ect. The county commisiioLers adjourned yes'erday afternoon to November 27. Fred Cloe left today for Gaiveston, Texas, iu the interest of his rabroad. Fifty -five men are at w ork cutting fend laviny stone ou the new Santa Fe hospi tal. The manairers of the woolen mill nay the building w.H be completed wit hi -i a week. There ia still hops for Topeka. Joe, the Turk, is here, a:.d iladacio Yale is coming. The senate chamber ia being cleaned and renovated for the corning session of the legislature. The latent '"popular eonr'' is entitled 'Dear Louise" and is by the author of "S eet ilarie.'" M r. and Mr. . L Carson who res do at 1 V'J Kausas avenue, are parents of a daughter bora yesterdiy. due ladies v.ho are getting up the minstrel show- are in need of two boys to Uo a Neapolitan danoe. The wives of the lireraen of Station No. 1 will give a bier dinner ou Thanks giving L)ay at the station house. Dr. IMcCasey says he may start a pri vate insane asylum in Topeka after the state concludes it ca:i spare lata. A whole block of new brick sidewalk has been buit on the east side of lincy etreet between ll.eveuth and dwelfth streets. There is another bud linjj poet in town. She is a young lady w ho is employed iu the freight auditing department of the Santa Fe. A Topeka liveryman gays that he does not hire out one team now where he did ten before bicycle riding became fash ionable. A bicycle stolen in Topeka fo tr m jnths a co from John Stewart of the Weils Fargo express otlice, has beea recovered in Los Angeles, Cal. The state board of election canvassers will meet in the olilce of tho secretary of stale next Monday to canvass the re turns of the lat3 election. I'. G. Noel has been appointed dele gate for Saavtuee county to the traas 3Iississippi commercial congress, to be held in St. Louis next week. Mr. and Mi N. N. Neher of MU5 Western avenue, are pnreuts of a son born yesterday. Mr. Nel.cr .s .1 clerk in the otlice of tlie secretary of ttate. J. II. Johnston a rate clerk in the Santa Fe general freight o'.Tiee has be en given a position in tae oihee of the freight trade manager in Chio..go. Lincoln and Polk tchools are the only ones in the city whicn depend solely on their windows for ventilation. Polk school looks like it was bu.lt for a jail. Chief of Police L.n Isey is having the windows of the city jail was he 1 and the floor scrubbed, preparatory to turning it over to his Republican successor, per haps. At the last examination conducted by the state board of education, tea teachers were granted state certilicatea. Mattie IB. Newell of Topeka was one of that number. The presence of Joe. the Turk, la To peka will be hailed wiih delight by the llquai Suffragists, who will new havo a chance to see a pair of real Turkish trousers. President Andrew S. Draper of the State university cf Illinois, who is to lec ture tefore the State Teachers' assoc ia tion next month, receives a salary of $7, oUU a year. U. F. Irwin, who was defeated for the office of pjrobate juifc-e on the Pep u'oii can ticket in Osage county at the late election, is talking of moving his family to Topeka. Mrs. L. M. Crawford's attachment against tha drug stock: of Dr. Hurkett has been dissolved. Porkett showed that he had sold out to Assis'.ant State Auditor Mackey. The ollicers of th law are rrpectfully notified that William Myers, the joint. st of lltj Kline street, who eluded arrest last spring, has returned to tho city t.nd can be ha 1 for the asking. A Tor eka young man wanted by the police escaped from tho Grand op'jra house Monday night by un t arring one of the side doors, vhila tho oilicers guarded the main entrance. The executive committee c f the Kan sas Good Tenii Urs held a meeting at the Copeland last night for the p urpose of arranging for a Kcture tour through Kansas for Dr. Ib M. 1 racy of Kentucky. Judge Joseph Culver of Fnipuria. George F. Fuiien wider of KIDjraij and Rev. i. T. Underwood of Leavenworth, are here attending a meeting of the exe cutive committed of the Kansas Good Temp iars. The man -who crdls himself "Simon Peter, raised front the dead," attended tho meeting- of the Ministerial union this week and attempted to prove his identity to the local pastor. Ha dis tributed a number of his tracts. The teachers an i students cf Baker university propose to have their head quarters in the j)osto2:ce building dur ing the session of the State Teachers' as sociation meeting totweea Chri trja3 and New Year. The Kansas association rt trcttlng I horse breeders held a trieetin. last nUrht and elected the foiiowing oS.ctrs: Presi dent, M. A. Lowe, Topeka; secretary, J. U. A. Shelderj, Manhattan; treaurer, Guilford Dudley, Topeka. State Superintendent of Iasjrance S. II. Snider and his assistant, Caarlus A. Taylor, have gone to New "i ork on a business and pleasure trip connected with the atlaira of tha New York Life Insurance comoaay. Kev. J. D. Botkin, Rev. W. F. File, O. S. Morrow- and Dr. J. E. Mia oey bavo been appointed delegates from Kansas to a convention to be held in St. Louis for the p,urp)ose of discussing means for caring for homeless and indigent chil dren. Nancy E. Freemsn has commenced proceedings in the s upreme court to get p ossession of her son w h j is cow in the custody of her divorce! husband who -he says is not properly carcg for b.m. The parties in this case live ia Green wood county. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME C3 o o ii Tfe FTT ii inOA nTMPM i TTis vVccIs vVc Will sl&uhtsr Cr-pgts regardless ! of cost. RsAd the 0' Reductions. i i Our regular 25c Ingrain will go at IQc yard Our regular 35c Ingrain will go at 23c yard j Our regular 40c Ingrain will go at .SOc yard I Our regular 45c Ingrain will go at ....33c yard Our regular 50c Ingrain will go at 36c yard Our regular 55c Ingrain (all wool) will go at..50c yard fere is Another Tremendous Bargain. You can have your choice of Patterns all our Tapstry Brussels for The best quality, sold everywhere at 90c and yard. Go they must this week at 74c. These are the cheapest that we have ever quoted. We can sell you a good for 25c. S Tho Curtain Sala will Lcn't miss thes3 sales This week we will show goods at such low prices that we expect a large output. One case of 30-inch Covert Cloth, former price 15c, this week only lOc. 200 yards Novelty Goods, half wool, 3G inches wide, extra value at 25c this week at 120. We shall also sell some goods at 39c, 59c and 69c that have been sold for double the price; the assortment being composed of Plains, Plaids, Checks, Stripes and Two-toned Goods in the latest colorings. These are worthy your attention. Prices, Qualities and Style will be sure to please you. Many new goods will be opened in this department this week that we have not the space to mention. Call and 'see them. LrSPlf you can't visit our store this week send for samples. Jij)lr ii - fi (Tcfo Jo bf 4 Vfl1 W.gf f - n- NORTH TOPEKA. Items of Iutereot from th Xorth Side of the Itiver. rj Farmers are bringing in cider and selling it for ten cents a gallon. Xmas is coming and our Holiday goods are continually arriving at Brill's. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Young of Kansas City, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crockett. Are you prepared for cold weather? Tf not, buy an oak heater at O. M. Brill's and be haptpy. Credit is your worst enemy. Our way is the cash system which gets the lowest prices at Brill's. $ $ $ are your friends, and they can be saved buy in z Queens ware, Glassware and Lamps at Brill's. Country made apple butter, made from cider, 10 cts. a pound at ldeller's, 10U2 Kansas avenue. The Good Literature reading circle held an interesting meeting at O. D. Skinner's last evening. Cail and let us get acquainted. Our goods are first class and we have come to stay, boo Kansas avenue, Nortn lopeka. i Mrs. Hannah Gordon who died Mon- j day niht was buried at 2 o'clock yester- j day afternoon, the funeral taking place j from the Presby terian church. Forbes Bros have had their elevator and mill closed down the past ten days, j undergoing au overhauling. They re- j sumei operations this morning. j Home made mince meat 10 cents a pound, at J. II. Hellers, 1V02 Kan. Ave. j A complete line of homu-opiathic reme dies at A. J. Arnold & Son's. Take your prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & Son, S21 Kaa ave. Established 1570. Home made pork sausage, luc a pound at Heller's luoi Kansas avenue. The old joke about the slowness the telegraph messenger boy has done duty for the last time. He now rides a bicy cle. He must make fair speed or fall oil. Rev. L. K. Billingsley, presiding elder of the Topieka district, preached at the Kansas Avenue M. E. church List night, d he meetings continue to grow in inter est. Dr. Lyon will occupy hia new home on the corner of Gordon and Harrison streets next week. Henry M. Hale will ' move into the house which Dr. Lyon now i occupies. The six year old son of Mr. and, Mrs. i J. P. Wilson is suilering from a serious I attack of membraneous croup. The j operation of tracheatomv has been per- formed, and his recovery is strongly i hoped lor. i Frank Goodman of the firm of Good I man Bros., met wdth a serious and pain s ful accident yesterday evening. While : using one of their largest knives in cut ; ting up a side of beef, the knife slipped ; and penetrated the cap of the right knee, j He will probably be confined to his room : for some time. 21UST HAVE THEIR UEEK. An English Minister Lecturing in Auerics lSelieres in Sunday saloons. Detroit, Mich., Nov. 21. Very P.ev. S. Ib Reynolds, hoiy dean of Rochester I cathedral, England, and now touring this j country as a lecturer in knickerbockers, t believes in open Sunday saloons at least j open some cf the time. I In aa interview here last night ha 95c a prices quality of Floor Oil Cloth cctiatia another -week. - they are rr.1r.e7 savers. )f Ti VENSON s Xjr n KyA A Li lA 9 717 AN D 7 1 S - s 1 t i i X spoke on the subject thus: "While I cannot agree with the opinion of many that saloons should bo op en all day Sun day, 1 certainly think they should be ojfoa part of that day. I don't know to what extent your laboring pieople drink beer iu this country, but the workingmen in England must have their beer w ith their Sunday dinner, and I cannot see any wrong in that. Some say, 'Let him buy it c n Saturday night,' but he wants it fresh. "The rich man can get his soda, his briodyand his whisky at his club on Sunday; why must he have privileges the workingmen mast not have? There fore, I say, have a certain time before the customary dinner hour when he can get it as he w ants it." LOCAL MENTION. At Unity church tomorrow evening at eigut o'clock Mr. II. S. Larimer is to I lecture before the literary section of ! Unity club on "Plato and his Philosophy." I The lecture is free. Frank Shaw, Tom Thomas, C. S. Brown j and Mike Etzel, jointists, who have I served their jail sentences in the county i jail and worked a few days on the rock '. pile ou their costs, w ill appear before ! the county commissioners to plead for a commutation of the costs and a chance to ! pay their fines in installments. II. E. Bail, C. O. Knowies and J. F. j Wellington, jr., of the City Real Estate ; and Trust company lelt yesterday for I Temple, Texas. They say that they are i only off on a trip of recreation, but ; w hile they are in Texas they will look after the large real estate interests of I the company in that state. Mr. W elling ! ton is manager of the headquarters of ! the company in Texas being located at j Ft. Worth. ! Next month the Topeka club will re . elect ofSeers. The p resent otScers are j president, CoL A. b. Johnson; vice preei ident, Hiram P. Dillon; secretary and S treasurer, Frank G. Willard. The pres I eiit entertainment committee, which has ; chara-e of ail the agreeable functions which make the club socially delightful. is composed of Charles Blood Smith, D. Y. Mulvaneand F. E. Hoiliday. Pock Island Playing Cards. No. ool Kans. Ave. Peerless Steam Laundry Peerlea I &rii.m T.aiiruirv. DOMESTIC. Here are some 5 centers for this week: 52 Cents. 5,000 yards Amoskeag Gingham, best grade, every body's price is 8c. Our price this week only 5c. 53, Cents. 2,500 yds. Outing Cloths, short length pieces. This is a reglar 12xc quality. While they last you can have them for 51c. 51 Cents. 3,000 yards Indigo Blue, the best quality made; , al ways sold for 7c. Our price this week is 5ic 5 Cents. 1,500 yards Fine 4-4 Brown Muslin. Try and match it for 7c or 8c. You can't. Price this week bhc. 5' 2.000 yards Good 4-4 Bleached Muslin, sold else where for 8c. We will sell it this week for 5-c. UNDERWEAR. 75 Cents. One lot of Gent's All Wool Scarlet Underwear, to close out, worth 1.25, for 75c. 89 Cents. Children's All Wool Union Suits. These are worth $1.75 and 82.25. Clos ing them out for 89c. COMPANY, IT 11 Ii KANSAS AVE. SEASONAB v s s s s s Sir s se s St k S& s s i Ovst Gaiters, 53s, 7Zo, $1.00. 'vVcsi Soles, 25c. Wans Felt Congress, $1.50. "Warm Felt Lace Shoes, $1.50. Warm Felt Slippers, $1.00. Warn Felt Eorneos, $1.00. VTarm Felt Juliets, 75c. Warm Felt Juliets, $1.50. Christmas Slippers from SOc to $3. ZERO PRICES. 33. III. PAYN3 & CO. 705 Kansas Ave. FIERY SOCIALISTS. A French Leader Savs if Not Allowed to le lteforminar They'll Jie Revolutionary. Losdoh. Nov. 21. A Paris dispatch to the dimes says: Probably with a view to convincing the electors thai they were traduced by the allegemenist labor par ty, which recently issued a scathing ad dress denouncing the socialist party, the socialists, led by Jules Guesde, created a scandalous diversion in the chamber of deputies, d'uesday. They denounced the government for preventing the municipal reforms desired by the socialists and Guesde Hung out a menace that if the government declined to allow socialism to be reforming it would be revolutionary. Prime Minis ter Dupuy here exclaimed: "I advise you not to try it." "Take care," retorted 51. Guesde, ''a storm is gathering on the horizon. The premier had better not try the game of Bismarck and Crispb Let him at least respect legality. If he does not there wiil be war to tho knife; war with the bomb. The premier in his repdy will say whether ho wants peace or war." Guesde's other speeches contained ob jectionable referenced to the czar which M. Dupuy, in a calm speech, rebuked as having revolted the whole chamber. After these exciting scenes the house adjourned from 7 to 9 o'clock when 51. Goolet, in his new position as leader of the opposition, repudiated anything in common between his ideas and those of 51. Guesde. At midnight a vote of confidence in the government was adopted by a vote of ooo to 117. JOHN BURNS COMING OVER. The Enirlish Labor Leader will Visit the ignited Zstates. New York, Nov. 21. Samuel Com pters, president of the American Federa tion of Labor, has sent word to Vernon 11. Brown, the New York agent of the Cuuard line, that J ohn Burns. 51. P., the celebrated labor leader, agitator and speaker in Great Britain, had telegraph ed to his friends ia this country that he would sail on the steamer Etruria, from Liverpool on Saturday next. The labor leaders here intend to give a reception to 51r. Burns and organize a demonstration in his honor. Prescott & Co. havo removed to No. i lis West Eighth street. Window Glass at Holme's Drug Store. (A H I) o o NOTIONS. Another lot of Enamel Brownie Pins 5c, 10c and 25c. Spar Pins 5c and 10c. Silver Plated Brownies' Pin Trays 25c. A nice lot of Stick Pins 5c, 10c and 25c. Hair Ornaments 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, up to 81.50. Dressing Combs 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c and -10c. Tooth Brushes 10c, 12c, 15c, ISc, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c. Hair Brushes 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 50c, up to 82. Silver Match Safes, "new," 25c and 35c. Silver Plated Soap Boxes "Traveler Friend," 25c. Silver Belt Pins, a great variety, 10c. Silver Book Marks 10c. The finest line of Silver and Gold Toilet Sets ever shown, 81.50, 82, 82.25, 82.50 and 83. Xote Paper in boxes, as sortment complete and very cheap, 10c, 12ic, 15c, 2Gc, 25c and 30c box. Envelopes 4, 5 and Gc pk. One lot of Children's Nat ural Grey 'Underwear, sizes 18, 20 and 22, for iz'-.c, 2S, 30, 32 and 31 for 25c, just half price. See our Children's y it tens, all wrool, at 9c a pair. And our Ladies' All Wool Mittens for 12c pair. IT F H p1 "". "fT ii - . i . 1 r t-i '.a v i i . j m. CAPITAL, GF-OCSIVSr, Popular Low Pricsi Croocr, ioo EAST SIXTH STRHiiT 5Iail orders shipped same day received. Prices to think about. Finest Colorad Potatoes, per bu . . 0o Jn .atiif qc.-i nt i tics loss. 22 lbs linest Oranuialed Sugar $1.00. 8 lbs Pure Buckwheat, 20c. 1 can 51aple Syrup, -ic. Small box Soda Crackers 10c-. $1.00 box Cigars, 1.00. 15 luc cuts Tobacco. "gOc Large keg line Syrup. 1 . . Large keg Vinegar, $1.10. 8 bars White Spanish Soap, 20c. 2S ib box Soda Crackers. 1 oo. 2S lb box Oyster Crackers, 1.00. 11 cans Salmon. 40 12 cans Corn, SOc. 12 cans best Tomatoes, 0 )c " Yeast Foam, pa.-kage 2'.c, 0c bottle lijueing. 21sc. 0000 caken Toilet Soap, 2c bar. luc bar Tar Soan, 0c. 4 lbs Hoc Collee, 1.K. $1.00 Japan Tea, 1 c. $1.00 Gunpowder Tea, 4'ie. 1 lb can Baking Powder, 10c. 5 cans best California Peaches, fiOc. 0 cans best California Fears, COc. 0 cans best California Apricots, 'iOc. 0c sack Salt, Z 1 .,. $l.o0 Washtuii, boc. $1.00 Clothes Ba-kt-t. 10.'. 70 foot C'iol hesi me. 10c. 20 lb box Ginger Snaps, $1.20. 100 lbs good Flour, f 1.00. Sack Corn Meal, 10c. loolbs jjure Bockwhfat Flour, $2.70. 'A cans Jam", in tin. 20c. 7 lbs Navy Beans, tiOe. 5 His Rice, 20c. 4 lbs Lima Beans, 20c. 0 Oil Sardines, 20c. Lunch Ba-kets, 10c. 2 lbs Butterlno, 20c. UO bars Brown Soap;, (1.00. Nice Pail. 10c. 2 bottles Catsup, 10c. (Juo'.rt (Hives, 10c. Gallon saurki ..ut. 2 12 cans Ovsters, bo-'. S. 2rE0A.T- TKcCAPITALQilOCERY. Cicii C C, dCfite Ca Let Us Figure on your next order for PRINTING, no matter h o w sma'.l or larc. 711 KANSAS AVENUE. PHONE 4-04-. IT; s2 to Adams Bros, lj to "3