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S Thanksgiving
J Attractions. ,1
Lettuce, rudiehes. Farcy Kichigan Caul
iflcwer, Spinach, Celery, Oyster,
Cranberries, Pickles, Tur
key. Ducks. Geese,
.Fiih, Game, Fruit,
Cheese, Fine
Meats of ail
that" could
Tempt an
502-4 "West Tenth
UW.'iM ij,.
1 1
Vil j
-4 a -
Bast Eighth St.
We erv9 the best the market
affords: Bread, Cakes, Pie,
etc., ail home made.
Creamery butter always used
on our t bles.
Oysters in every ttylw and
all hours.
The Lest
29eent m?al ever
Trv It and see.
lvent) one Meals for
J-')r pos:'ioi tn eoiiueetioii with the pom-iMe-.su.ri
i llie Legislature will do well
to cail aud 1 jov at the aeat
hat can he hit (I ,
u lots of r.oo for $1.2.'.. from
SOT Kansi
W orral I
mm . mh mm
A Lawsuit Iutiinr From the Time of
A suit to recover ,f -10,000 from the
I 1 ion Paeitie railroad was submitted to
Juige l.iner to lay. The suit was
brought on tefcalf of the government by
United Scatc-3 District Attorney W. C.
Ferry, to compoi payment for the right
of way through tbe old Delaware Indian
reservation, '
The right of vs ay was secured in 1800
and th district H'.toruey holds that the
railroad company made an agreement to
pay the Indian; for the land taken.
The attorney i for the road argued that
the railroad company was granted kthe
lands ly the act of congress passed in
15ri2 at;d that the company is justified in
rut making the payment to the Indian
1 1 ornfr.
Topeka Coal Co.
p?oil Ilarket
For your Thanksgiving dinner at the
Packing House Market,
71 Kansas avenue.
Hprrtnl larkrt
For j our Tha iksgiving dinner at the
Packing House Market,
t !2 Kansas avenue.
Uatuii Orohrnlra
will furnish lausio during Thanksgiving
iliuner, from li to 2 p. in., at Frank
i.ohg's restaura it Dinner y."c.
itiiin; foal
Weighs 2, (KM) p.unds to the ton. Gen
uine Osage City Shaft. 110 west Sixth
tl ithiii Orfhe-itra
will furnish mudc during Thauksgivinir
dinner, lrom 12 to 2 p. in., at Frank
l.or.g's restaurant. Dinner 25c.
Seethe I est li le of lamps in the city at
J. W. j'arni worth's 503 Kansas avenue.
h attgn'i Orrlientra
will furnish n.uiic during Thanksgiving
dinner from 12 to 2 p. in., at Frank
1 .ong's restaurat t. Dinner 25c.
YVattton' (Ifflifttr
will furnish music during Thanksgiving
dinner, from 1 2 to 2 p. m., at Frank
I.ong'a reataurat t. Dinner 25c.
We put
on ue v neckband
teata Laundry, 11
on shirti
i and 111
West Eighth street.
Hutma't Orchestra
will furnish music during Thanksgiving
dinner, from 12 to 2 p. m., at Frank
lxny's restaurant. Dinner 25c.
Tvjik Coal Coj,
ys of mm.
Major Morrill Consults With
Kansas Citv Politician-;.
Wants to Know Their Opinion
of M ti opolit ui Police.
A Hutchinson Man Held Tp by
Footpads and i'obltcd.
Kansas Cits-, Nov. 28. Governor-elect
Morrill was ia the city all day yesterday.
The object of his visit was t find out
what the people of the city expected
from the new administration and more
particularly to ascertain their sentiments
in regard to the metropolitan police law.
Politicians and aspirat-ts for ori.ee sprang
up from every nook and corner and there
was nearly a continuous procession leading-
to and from the hotel!
-Major Morrill, however, stated that
thus tar he had decided no appointments '
other than that of his private secretary ,
and intended to give this rctittar no con- '
sideration whatever until he is inaugura- j
ted governor. This w as rather cooling 1o ;
many ambitious ones wao hoped to take I
advantage of the major's visit here to j
prefer their claims. W ht never matters of
state were broached the discussion invar- j
iably turned on the merits of the metro- I
politan police system in respect to its ad- i
vantages to this city in the e nforcement
of the laws for the next two ye irs. j
Major Morrill gave no intimation as to i
what his attitude would be in reference
to any proposed change of the police ,
law. At present he is only seek' ng in
formation. i
KOKT-l'AIls in ill r h in .?
W. Ilouk Held I ii l.v Two Men night
i ti To w n.
1Ilt -hinson, Nov. lis.---As II. V. ilouk,
sou of Judge Honk, and who is reading
law with the Prm of Ilouk A: Whitelaw,
w as coming from his father's residence
out on First avenue east of the oilice,
two men met him, and when within ten
feet of him, threw pistols in front of him
and ordered his hands up.
The roobers advanced upon him keep
ing him" covered with their gi.us until
the gun of one was in his face and the
other against the aiJe of his head. The
larger of the two then without removing
the gun trom the side of his h.-:-td, w ith
his left hand went through his pockets.
They got u .:- watch, some papers, keys,
two cigars an 1 some n.ouev from Mr.
K. I. I XI' Ills, TO WIN.
Tlit Kansas ISovs are ( ouBilmt of lipatint;
M isctiri ToniDrrow.
I.AWliKM K, Nov. i:S. The I ig foot
ball game between the Missouri mid Kan
sas universities is all the talk here. The
Kansas boys are in elegant shape and
coniidentiy expect to w:n against the
Missouri players. A big crowd of en- j
thusiastic "rooter?" will le a great help, s
and present indications point to the !
largest Thanksgiving football crowd j
ever seen in tk-i west. j
Anderson and Sdiawhoru of Missouri j
will not be able to play and their places
as halves will be taken by A lie undCon- j
over. Captain WilliHiasoii. quarter, and !
tone, center, of Kansas, will not be able '
to plav on account of injuries, and Hill 1
and Walker will take their places. j
ATtHIsON'S s,riSl-:l.T
Nome of the Lines Will Iteatly to l'e
Atchison, Nov. 2S. The new street
railway and electric pi ver house is now
complete, with the excet tlon of one 200
horse power engine, which has been de
layed in shipment from Painted Post,
.New York. The two engiaes already up
are sufficient to run tho j larit tempora
rily. Motors have been placed under
three of the new cars arid the other
three cars have been unloaded.
The preseut indication? are that the
entire system of street raiKvay will not
be open for business Thank-tr! insr, but
cars will be ruuuiug that day on the
Maiu and Commercial street lines.
Governor -elect Morrili has accepted
an invitation to be present at the formal
opening of the line, whicn takes place
December 11.
Suit ISroujht at Kiiipori. to liecp Out
I'ay for HolKiuys.
I'mtokia, Nov. 28. Suit hm been
brought againt the board of edu
cation and a temporary injunction
granted by the judge m ciiaiaters re
straining the board from carrying out a
resolution declaring a vacation Thursday
and Friday and allowing the teachers
cay for those dates. There are forty
teachers aud the wages for the two days
amount to about $i50. The suit is
brought as a test case and will probably
be carried to the supreme court.
ltrakeiuan ISatlly Hurt.
IlntHi.vMiN, Nov. 28.- J. C. McCoy, a
brakeman on tha lioek Island was
seriously hurt here yesterday. The tiain
pulled out onto the switch to drop the
sleeper and while .McCoy was down be
tween the cars uncoupling the air the
train backed up without being signaled.
McCoy's hoad was cans lit between the
platforms aud the blood spurted out of
his ears, nose an 1 mouth. He was picked
up unconscious and sent to his home in
Nntatl lnrKlarie in lickinon.
Akii.knk, Nov. 28. East night sneak
thieves broie into Uassbagen's gon and
repair store, un ler Sutter's, aud stole
several revolvers, keys, cartridges, etc.
Three business houses at Solomon were
also broken into last night ana small
booty taken from each. The Sclomon
merchants visited were the Shane Drug
Co., J. A. Hopkins and Joseph NeaL
.1. li. Kasdale of Olathe Dead.
Oi.athu, Nov. 2. Ex-Sheriff John R.
Easdaie died very suddenly at his home
in this city. He w as nomi lated by the
Republicans in lJ for sheriff and was
elected by less than 100 majority, being
at the time one of the youngest saerifrs
in the state. He made such a tine record
as sheriff that he was re-eleoted over the
combined opposition by over 50) ma
jority, retiring from office last Jaauary.
Held For Intent to Kill.
Abilene, Nov. 2s. The preliminary
examination of John C'cbcrn, who shot
Ira Shepherd several weeks ago, was
held before Justice Frey at Enterprise.
O shorn was bound over for trial at tbe dis
trict court for assault with deadly weap
ons with intent to kill. Bond was placed
at $1,0 JO, in default of which he was
committed to jail.
Itnijje S. O.ThaiTier Aliout the Same.
Lawhksck, Nov. 28. Judge S. O.
Thacher's condition is little changed.
Dr. Griffith of Kansas City, has been
here in consultation with Dr. Morse, and
they agreed that the illness was inflam
mation of the colon. Mrs. Kinery has
arrived in the city and is at her lather's
bed side.
I Business i Kushiiig- in the Iistric-t Clerk"
j OJh-e Today.
' An unusually large number of cases
i were tiled in tiie district court today.
; The divorce suit of Sarah M. Johnson
j against William L. Johnson whom she
i married in Ellis county four years ago
1 was tiled. Mrs. Johnson says that
i prior to his desertion over a year
ago he used to awear at her and
; beat her. Oace he threatened to kid
I her, she saya. She wants her maiden
; name, that is Sarah Ann JBridgeman, re
stored. The Masonic Mutual Benefit society
has brought suit to foreclose on William
Carrol Fisher's lots, at y, :;4 and :0 To
pe k a avenue, on a mortgage of $4,500.
Walter M. Briggs has sued George C.
and Km ma Corning for $lu,UU0, on
the ground that two years ago
they made a contract to buy 100 shares
of stock i:i the Denver Hardware com
pany at par, which they failed to do.
Kelley and Copelin brought suit
against the Commouweath company and
the Kansas .Newspaper union to recover
$ 10.J on a note.
The Mutual Benefit Kife Insurance
company sues to recover $1.4 H) from
lietta Cavender and John Norton.
The executors of the estate of A. D.
Kuehier seek to foreclose on II. C. W.
Des liter's live lots on Seward avenue, un
der a $1.(JUJ mortcaae.
The heirs of W. D. Kembert are suing
Burdick brothers to recover i'J n) said to
be due on their note, with interest at 10
per cent for three years.
John Ii. Mulvane has commenced fore
closure proceedings against Anna Brown,
on lot 14 Harrison street, under a $2'rJ
lie lias Keiuaineil in His liel Much of the j
Time. j
I kw l ukk, .ov. a v asningtou
I special to the World says:
I The president has been and still is a
i much sicker man than the administra-
tion people would have the public be
; lieve. His condition is not alarming, but
it is a fact that severe attack of rheti
' matic gout which followed the sprain of
j his left aakle has practically iricapaei
i tated him for work on his message.
! During the last three days Mr. Cleve
, land has suffered much pain from his
; swollen leg, aud to obtain relief has re
j rnained in bed much of the time,
j Dr. O'Keiily, it is said, expects Mr.
Cleveland will be able to move about,
and possible come to this cit3', in a few
days. Mr. Cleveland hits been unable to
do much writing, and the fact that his
message is far from completion, is said to
have given him mucii uneasiness. If
possible the message will not be trans
mitted to congress on the usual day.
Only the ;out.
j Washington. IN'ov. 2S. In view of
I the circulation of rumors to the effect
I that tiie condition of the president is
I much worse than has been reported, his
i private secretary w as today asked for
i a statement of the facts. In response
! he Baid that the president has
I been suffering from an acute attack of
! rheumatism or rheumatic gout. He has
j been subject to these attacks for years
past and this is by no means more severe
' than others he has experienced.
! For a couple of da:-s he was confined
j to his bed, but
he has passed the most
of his malady, and
suifering somewhat is
his message, which
himself, and is
violent stage
although still
working at
; he writes
making such "progress that it will cer
tainly be ready for delivery to congress
on the first day of the session, unless
something unfoie een occurs.
He does not occupy a gouty couch, but
sits in an easy chair, with his
afflicted foot resting on a cushion
and lies down only at intervals w!un the
limb becomes painful. Her condition is
steadily improving and it is expected he
will be able to get about in a few days.
Preparations for An Oiithrpak at
Roinery. Ala.. Iect'iii!tr I.
Birminom am. Ala., Nov. 28. The
nearer December 1 comes the more in
terest is being manifested all over Ala
bama in what Capt. Reuben F. Kolb will
do after being sworn in as governor. It
is given out that Probate Judge I.ee, of
Conecuh county, will swear KolbaDd
his oflicials in on next Saturday.
Capt. Kolb will leave Thursday even
ing for Montgomery, and will spend
Friday meeting his friends from all
over the state. Secret calls have been
issued in a number of north Alabama
counties for all friends who believe that
"their rights should be maintained" to
be at Montgomery on Saturday next,
and be armed. It is said that the
call issued in a Populist paper in Bibb
county is signed bv Dr. Crowe, one of
Kolb's closest followers in the last move
ment, and it cails on the citizens of both
Perry and Bibb counties to tie at Mont
gomery on Saturday in a body, and be
well fixed.
When asked today about Dr. Crowe,
Capt. Kolb replied: -'If I had 5,000 such
men as Crowe. I would be fixed." Kolb
has been advised that Gov. Jones will
not arrest him on a charge of treason,
but w ill be ready to repul-e any attack
Kolb should lead against the regular
government The militia at Selma, in
Dallas county, are guarding their arms
daily for fear a raid will be made on
them by Kol bites.
Very near all the troops in the state
will be in Montgomery on the day of the
inauguration of Col. Oates, and they
have been advised not to come without !
powder. Senator Goodwyn. one of the '
Ivolbite senators, today introduced in 1
the State Senate an election contest bilL
It was referred to a committee. Many
"believe this will pacify Kolb somewhat,
but many of the latter'a followers do not
regard that it will.
atson'a Orphcutrs
will furnish music during Thanksgiving
dinner, from 12 to 2 p. in., at Frank
Long's restaurant. Dinner 25c.
Carving setts, turkey platters, celery
trays and stands at Fartisworth's Crockery
Store, 5.):5 Kansas avenue.
Ur. 3I. linlo-k ('out r i Im :es to l'jhlil
the lijfnity of Judge Slar-eii's Court.
The upholding of the dignity of the
Shawnee county district court cost Dr. J.
C. McClintock $5 yesterday afternoon.
Dr. McCiiatock w -:s subpu-naed to testify
in the case of Byers against Dawson, and
although he was an unimportant
witness, he responded promptly at
0 o'clock in the morning and
stayed there at noon. Unlike many
other people present Dr. McClintock
bad business to attend to outside. The
il.."y he got as a witness fee wasn't a
circumstance to what a skilled surgeon
could be getting by hustling among his
patients. At noon the doctor went awav
anu when he was called sometime before
supper he wasn't there. It was then
that the dignity of the court
was in jeopardy. An attachment
was issued (at a cost of $4.50) and
the sheriff went to bring tho body of Dr.
McClintock into court. lie was lined $5
for contempt, w hich he paid, and then
told what little he knew- about the con
troversy in question. He testified that
his name was J. C. McClintock, that he
lived in Topeka, Shawnee county, Kan
sas, aud was a practicing physician and
had been for a number of years. He saw
the plaintttl once several weeks after the
accident in question.
A W'oman With a Hunch of Kailroad
faswes Three Inch Thick..
"Ellzaleth Kider Wheatou, Prison
Evangelist. No Homa but Heaven," is
in Topeka today and in company with
Mr?. N. Z--ok of Abilene visited the
county jail and talked, and prayed, and
sang with the prisoners.
Vrs. Wiieaton (she is a widow) is a
lady of perhaps lit ty-live years of age,
tleshy and uud looking, with as sweet a
face and manner as a repentant unfortu
nate ever gazed upon. For thirty years
she has been engaged in missiouary
work, and for the past ten
years has done nothing but visit
jails aud public institutions in
various parts of the world. She was in
England and Scotland for several months
and worked also among some of the jails
on this continent.
She has been in nearly every state
prison in the United States and in most
of the county ones. In the last two
months she has visited and held services
in the state prisons of West Virginia,
Ohio, Michigan, Iowa. Illinois, Arkan
sas, Missouri, South Dakota and Kansas.
She is uutiring, and besides her meet
ings in the jails, she also works among
the fallen women and holds meetings ou
the ttains. She has passes on all the
railroads and letters from nearly all the
governors of states. In her pocket book
there is a bunch of passes three inches
thick. She never asks for a cent and never
accepts eveu as voluntary contributions
more money than she can put to good
use to further her work.
"I trust in the Lord," 6he said; "and I
have never been needy. He has never
failed me. I have no one to glorify but
-Mrs. Wheatou was in Topeka just
once before, three years auro. She is a
cousin of Daniel VanNess and will re
main in the city over Thanksgiving. It
is probable that she will hold a religious
meeting at the reform school.
A irood many j ears ago Mrs. Wheaton
met Clyde Mattox in the jail at Wichita
and was delighted to meet him again
In the JMvtrirt otirt.
'1 he district court j ury in the case of
Isaac Evers against Dr. A. Dawson, for
1 damages on the grou id of malpractice,
returned a verdict for the defendant at
i 0 o'clock last evening. Byers failed
! to get judgment for even a cent. In
j court today the case ol . . llennison
! against Kx-Countj Clerk John M. Brown,
1 for his salary as clerk, is on trial.
All American Sugar Kelineries Will lie
Sli ut Dow n.
Nkw York, Nov. 2S. Orders were
issued today from tho head
quarters of the American Sugar
Refinery in Wall street to shut
down all the refineries of the company
ia Boston, New York and Philadelphia;
50,000 operatives will be affected by tho
closing of the sugar works.
A. . I'. AV. Xotice.
Ail members of Apollo lodge No. 1S8,
are requested to meet at their hall at 1
o'clock tomorrow to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Hannah
C. Hoilowf-y, wifo
Brother David
Hollowav. Bv order
M. H. Mu.Ltii, M. W.
I- M. Plnwkll, Rec.
A. C. Klingaman has sold a lot in
' Parkdale to Christian Nesko ior $2u0.
E. F. Hilton, a well known lawyer,
will leave Topeka on Friday for Chicago
where he expect3 to locate. He has had
his office with Capt. J. G. Waters.
The West Side gun club w ill hold a
live bird shoot tomorrow at their ground
in the western part of the city.
Governor I.eweliing has gone to li is
home at Wichita to spend Thanksgiving
with his family.
Associate Justice Johnston went to
?linneapoiis today to be with his family
on Thauksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving service and sermon by
Dean M ilk-paugh at Grace Cathedral at
11 a. m. 'I he offerings for Christ hos
pital, Ingleside and Orphans Home will
be asked.
Union Thanksgiving services at the
First Presbyterian church 11 a. in. to
morrow. Rev. A. S. Emb-ree will deliver
the sermon. All are invited. Good mu
sic will lie provided.
Rev. Frank Roach of Baker university
will preach at 1 1 o'clock tomorrow at a
Thanksgiving service to be held at Mar
tin M. E. church.
There was no session of the United
States district court today. Jiidg Fos
ter sat with J udge Riner in the circ uit
court. There will be no session of the
United States circuit court tomorrow.
R. P. Stephenson has sold 135 acres of
land near Dover to Harris Bassett for
i?3,000. There are no buildings on the
laud, but it is nearly all situated in Mis
sion creek bottom.
Mprrial Market
For your Thanksgiving dinner at the
Packing House Market,
712 Kansas avenue.
Topeka Coal Co.
Topeka Coal Co.
Bealug Coal t'onipanj-.
110 wet Sixth itreat.
Highest of all in Lca cnlrt'-
ij a' fn .yca
s) v. r i
Luruishetl hv the Associated
Freis to the
State lournal.
Chicago. Nov. 28. Wheat was quiet
here todav, opening a shade over last
night's close. The diminished northwest
ern receipts, stronger cables than ex
pected, reports of serious damage to
growing wheat in Kansas and great for
eign buying at the seaport, were tha
bullish features, but the sentiment in the
pit was bearish, the visible supply seem
ingly outweighing the other features.
May started at OOkiC and advanced to
o'Jt.ic. Later the market receded to
Corn was steady aud dull. May opened
a shade higher at 48-.c, declined ac and
udvanced to 4S l 'j,45S .c.
Oats were dull at last night's'closing
price. May og,-4c.
Provisions were strong on lighter hog
receipts than expected. January pom
opened 10c higher at if la.o, and ad
vanced to 12.10. Eater the market
eased oil to $12.02 a. January Urd
opened 5c higher at ifuWT1.
Estimates for tomorrow: Wheat 95
cars, corn 80:) cars, oats 124 cars, hogs
42.000 head. (Thursday aud Friday.
Wiikat Cash and Nov. 51'gC; Dec.
54:,.ic; May, VJg&COc.
Cokn Higher. Cash aud Nov. -18 -4C;
Dec. 47c; May, 48?8c.
Oats Higher. Cash and Nov. 287c;
Dec. 2c; May. H2?oc.
Pork Higher. Jan.
$12 H5.
Eakd Higher. Jan.
Kins Higher. Jan.
M ay,
Quiet at 48c.
Barley Slow at rfio-HoC.
Fi.ax Steady at $ l.-Pi.
Timothy Steady at $5.t!J'rf,5.u5.
Hogs Receipts today, HO.Ot).'; official
receipts yesterday, 25,157; shipments yes
terday, 9,10'-; left over about 7,' (Id.
Quality average for the season. MarKe.
active aud firm at 5 ll)c advance, Pack
ers and shippers buying freely. Sal.-j.
ranged at if J.75(f 44.5i for light, sj-l.20 c$
4.55 dor rough packing, $1 15 4, 4. 75 for
mixed, $4.50(4.85 for heavy packing
and shipping lots, and $2.4U7,4.0U for
Cattle Receipts. f,500. Market ac
tive and firm at an advance of 10c.
Snt;i;i Receipts. 0,01)0. Market firm
and t 10c higher.
lionsas ity Markrt.
Kansas City, Nov. 2S Cattle Re
ceipts, 5,oJ0; shipments, 2,500. Best
strong to 15c higher: others steady.
Texas steers, $o.20(fg't.45; Texas cows,
?1. 25tfj;o. 25; stockers and feeders, $2.00
(33.25; bulls, -t 1.402. 50.
Ilotis Receipts, 7,0-JO; shipments, 400.
Market opened 10c higher: closed weak.
Bulk of sales, if -4 H5 4 4. 60: heavies, $4.45
4,05; packers, if 4.3"?4.i5; mixed. $4.35
&4G5; lights, $4 804.00; yorkers, 4.35
54 05; pigs. $2.25(044-00.
Shkei' Receipts, 3,200; shipments,
none. Market steady. No market to
morrow. Wheat Weak to .c lower. No. 2
hard, 51(fvJ52c; No. 2 red, 40j50c; re
jected, 4tic. Sample sales f. o. b., Mis
sissippi river: No. 2 hard, 58c; No. 2
red, 0;)55J2C'
Corn Steadv. No. 2 mined, 41 tft -1 1 1 o;
No. 2 white. 4267.42 isC.
Oats Firm. No. 2 mixed 30,l4ff:ic:
No. 2 white nominally HOjJIilc.
Ryu N'o. 2 47 (n 48c.
Flax Sekd Dull at $1.331.35.
Buan l-'irm at Olg.'JHc.
Hay Steady. Timothy, $S.50(,v 0.00;
prairie. $7,004-1 S. 50.
Bc iTKH Dull and weak. Creameries,
lfjC.22c; dairy, WUn inc.
Eotis Weak at 18c.
Cipt. Joe Waters went before Governor
Ee weiling this afternoon and asked for
the pardon of Henry Eainpey, who was
sent to the penitentiary for six years for
burglarizing Burgharl's cigar store.
l oot hull.
Rail, Rah-Ra. Y. M. C. A!
We are, we are To-peka.'
Topeka vs. St. Joe, at tho Fair grounds.
Thanksgiving Day, 4 p. m. Admission
25 cents.
Fanfral Xotioe.
All members of Capital lodge No. 7,
D. of II., are requested to meet at the
residence of John Snyder, 427 Chandler
street, Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock,
to attend the funeral of Sister Halloway.
Sister lodges invited.
By order jof Chief of Honor,
Fay Heki.ick
Don't forget the Japanese tea at the
U. P. hotel Moniay evening, Dec 3.
Topeka Coal Co.
Rah, Rah-Ra. Y. M. C. A!
We are, we are To-pe-ka!'
Topeka vs. St. Joe at the Fairgrounds,
Thanksgiving Day, 4 p. m. Admission
25 cents.
Topeka Coal Co.
Rock Island
Playing Cards.
No. 001 Kans. Ave.
Topeka Coal Co.
Not to Kansas City, but for the remain
ing entertainments of the Washburn col
lege course can be procured at the city
library for $1.25.
There will be a series of free aeolian
organ recitals this week, beginning on
Tuesday at 3 p. m., at K. Ii Guild's piano
rooms, at w hich will be rendered a pro
gramme of the finest classical as well as
popular music.
I'ANthh-A bookkeeper. Appliy lo 1'. .
box 401, Topeka. Kas.
Two jrood competent girls one
for general housework aud one
lor nurso
U. I i Fillmore su
-Latest U. S. Gov't Reoort,
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December -1th aud 1Mb the Santa Fe
will run llotneseckers Excursion at utits
fare, plus s2, for the round tr;p.
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1 ne.e iicKeis w ui hb sol 1 to po:-iH in
Colorado. Ftab, Oklahoma, lu-liuu Tern
tory, Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana, and
will be trood for liO days.
St. Louts ni::l Itfturn y !..
The Santa I'n will sell tickt-t-
to St. Kouis and return at ill. 50.
round trip, with choice of routes . t ,,f
Kansas City. Tickets sold .No.'fUihsr 2 i
and 25. Good to return inclulicg De
cember 4.
Row r. 1. y I! it is ,
City Agt-ots.
It will pay you to visit the Chnrik'e of
Business cdioe sale at 7ii.'2 Kansas avenue.
Xiao frnnnniK It(ltut of V ccian
Is a lu .uriant grow th of Hair. Iteggs'
Hair Kenewer is guaranteed to j,-iv
satisfaction, an it is purely a eget.ibb
preparation, and acts directly on tin
roots of tho hair. Sold aud warranted by
W. It Kennady.
Rock Island
Playing Cards.
No. 001 Kaus. Ave.
The Statu Journal's Want an I Mii-
cellaneous columns reach each working
day in the week more than twice, .n
many Topeka people a? can be rein he I
through any other paper. This is a fact.
Read the "Wants." M any of them art
as interesting as news items. See if it
is not bo.
Cost no object
ness Shoe sale, 7
at the Change of Bi
V.i Kansas avenue.
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While Layer Cake,
L;p!y Filial
Frail Cuke, 43;.
Ealston Health Bread.
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S15 Zar.sas Ave.
Candy Co.
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to ti
Class Caterers
ZiT We serve
larga and small,
and guaranteeing
parties and I an-j net s,
furnishing every th i i: .;
service to bo the i t s,.
fLASH for !rt!flt
hii.I v.:entir),-n
MOMiaV fvoai'i..,
h p. in. Social par
ties I- I'.IliA V (Tea-
I- Invitation
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Mr. & Mrs. J. H.Wethcrell,
Masonic Building. 023 Jacksoa Streat.
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