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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1894.
woncurnpticn. The incessant Masting of a consumptive can only be over come by a powerful concentrated nourishment 'like Scott's Emul sion. If this wafting is checked and the system is supplied with strength to combat the disease there is hope of recovery. Scott's f f 1 clot"? df Cod-liver Oil,vih Ilypophos phites, does more to cure Con sumption than any other known remedy. It is fo- a'l Affections cf Throatand I u"ts. CcuFrbs, Colds, Bron chitis pr d WastiPfT. tmfh!rt f're. ScoH& Bovune, H. Y. A ,1 Cruqgists. 60c. ana $1 Annual Dollar Sale 9 OF f Solid mmti and Plated -1 f YU i V J ill s ffJlli, December 1 7 to 22. ONE WEEK ONLY Partial List cf 5-i:i3 Scli f:r Cre Dcllar Sterling Siler Goods. Cf .: !!1 ! ;i'i i. Si f.hr ShelW, l; IV I" ork. l 'il'r J'h'ks. M 1- ard Spoons, 1"5-.PI'1 Kurn, ( rai I' i.i. 1 'csa !;; s, Mama H.ixes, K-y li;i.rx. San'iii; Check, Hair Pin. -,n Hon Spoons, C r.J V i t s . ttfr.'iii trimmed.) IT'ijT )? Marka, Si to t nmhs. if I (1 S- 8. r I n. pion, i ( i -: . s . '!) l'.H'ketS, 'I ,M V. a 3;.t I ton H'Miks, .1 s K '; !i .. -r-.. ri l',a :-r tises. !l i.iU If M is:aol: C orubs. Ittkel Too;bkk Holders. Plated Silverware. Crumb Tra ind Script ri i' Ilk illustration.) )'i.ceS 1" ran ivu.re miU I G. 11. MORRISON. -r fr; t.; !; n r; " ka. J4. Virli C-J.ri Sifaiy ani r-amasestlr, ty th3 Ir.jscti:n bathed cf Treatment. I I; are n-Hile th! iibj't p,t,l k ! u i y miii ffepar",i riyIf w (i a. iii.Tii'iwow tcr (ho tr-.i-jiit'uL of H-TUia. OiQ prorut&e i .:;'-!-t a a 1 pedy cure. Office, 631 Kans. Ave. ' ' ' - s M-LTRCMP.' Tcpf ka. Kas. Finest r;;v-v. Set el 4Dr. C. A.STILTZ. T19 Kim. Ave. P OTfR KIDLKT'S HANR. 0 'I S'Ti.f.mn'teri. I .r-. ; t - i : i;,ii .. p. - 1 rv - "ii. ' " mv . i i',; -I' ins. i V;t v ii 4 ."a :n l.ii.i. . j I'M I ; 1 1 M.-li!.?r. i ' . ' V r r . -.. . ... . J .'I' lM!.,.S. . :.' , ' -, .,1 1 n'K.rt t :,- ,.-. . ' .ti.. n !.-i24. f : - " ! - ! 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Two murders, ona murder and sui cide, three suicides and one. attempted suicida was the record up to last nig-ht, when this terrible list wan swelled by the murder of Iaac Conn, a negro ex-depu ty constable. lie was shot by John I'ollard, another negro, in a saloon, 531 Troost, about mid night, and died on his way to the cty hospital. liesides this, Nettie ilari is, a 15-year-old colored K'irl, was shot in the hipby footpads about 'j o'clock about 10i yards north of the east end of the bridg-e on Bluff street. Her condition is serious. Incidentally live men were held up by footpads, sai I to ba the ones who attacked Nettie Harris. was ucsnxoroN killid: Tba Friends of the Ue.d liank Clerk Intimate That "He Vai. Corxcir. Ur.CFFS, Iowa, Dec. IS. Startling' developments were made yesterday afternoon id relation to the Hunting-ton suicide, which resulted in Huntington's friends employius an attorney to looic out for tiieir interests during the inquest. The new features was the si: -g-estion p-iven color by frienl- of tii dead bank clerk that he did not suicide, but on the contrary was shot '03- someone in the room at the time H unt n-rton beqmn to shoot. This theory was ad vanced when it was learned that t e buliet in Uuatinton's briiu was much smaller than the ones tired into the two bond company's examiners and that the wound in his heal was not powder burned, as it was thought would be the case if the revolver had been held in his owa hands. There was no other evidence to bear out the theory. May Hang: for l'erjary. St. Locis, Mo., Dec. IS. Annie Hog-aness, a neress, may be handed for swearing1 falsely. She is under arrest charged with ' committing- per jury with a premeditated desia to effect the conviction and execution of Jacob Ileinze and Henry Kaiser, charged with the murder" of C. E. Drown." This is a capital oJense in Missouri. Election I rand I ndictrnauU. St. Locis, Mo., Dc IS. The grand jury, which for several week has been investigating numerous charges of fraud growing ou t of the recent election, yesterday handed down fifteen indictments, bat no names were made puld.c. Two Years for Ouinlan. Mexico, Mo., Dee. i-i. Tnomai Quinlan, the murderer of Gottfried Kloppenstein of Chicago, 111., was sentenced in the circuit court at Dowling yesterday afternoon to two years in the penitent. ary. An invincible combination the purity, Btrength and wholesomeuess of Dr. Price's Baking Powder. TO DE3IADE A CIVIL TKISON The Hnn.fl Arnoy Kill Provide for the Iraoiferof th, Military n i ten t ia ry. Washing rox, Dec. 1 i. One of the important features cf the army b.ll reported to the house to-cay is that providing for the transfer of the military prison at Fort Leavenworth from the juris diction of the war department to the department of justice, to bj used hereafter as a Unite i States prison for persons convicted of any crime whose sentences i.ripo-e one year or more i m prison me n t at hard labor by any court of the I. nited States in any state, territory or dis trict. The government has hereto fore distributed such prisoners amoDg the penitentiaries of the sev eral states. Nebraska After Insurance Companies. Omaha, Neb., Dee. IS. Frank Van Voorhis of Chicago, an adjuster for the New York Mutual, 1 1 liuois M utual and Fluenix of London insurance companies, was arrested this morning on a warrant chargicg him wi;h vio lating the state law which makes it illegal for foreign insurance compan ies to do business here without tirst having taken out a certificate issued by the state auditor and pubiis ling a statement of their business every six months. ?o More Foot Kali for Wesley ma, Salisa, Kan., Dec. 18. The Ath letic asso iation of the Kansas leyan university has adopted resolu tions discontinuing foot bail under existing rules. This was brought about by outside influence cn the students and does not represent the sentiment of the students the mselves. In the last game played by the uni versity team four men were injured. A French. Opera Compaoy H in i , l. QrFBEC, Dec. 17. A circular letter signed by Uishop Begin, coadjutator to Cardinal Tasehereau, was read in all the Roman Catholic churches here last night warning the faithful that by attending the perf irmances of the French opera companv they would render themselves guilty of a griev ous sin. The French opera company cam ovr from Paris last year. Floarlne .1 III BaraedL. Jefferson City, Mo., Dee. IS. The Clean Souring mill, belong-iig to Captain Goodman, burned to the ground yesterday murcinj Lots, d,QQu; no insurance. HIS CAREER ENDED. A French Officer, Writer and Wiiard Killed by HH Female Assistant. Nf.w York, Dec, IS. The officer of the French army for whose murder at San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Mile. Marie Creville, the thought reader, late of this city, has been arrested, was un doubtedly Arthur Fermaa Guibai, a first lieutenant of French, chasseurs. The pair left New York for Mexico last April, after playing- a eeries of engagements throughout the state. Mrs. Guibai, who, with her two daughters, Hortense, ag-e IS, and Dulu, age 13, and a son, is living here, was married to Guibai in Dublin, Ire land, when hi was principal of a col lege of languages. Tiring of Ireland he went to London, where he became the Lnglish correspondent of a French paper, and adapter from the French for the English stage. As a mem ber of the Savage club, he became a fast friend of David Chrystie Mur ray, the novelist, now lecturing in this country; Henry Irving, the actor; Clement Scott, the critic and playwright, and John Toole, the comedy actor. At that time Verbeck, the wizard, arrived in London from 1'aris, and Guibai joined him and, after learning a good deal of sleight of hand, he perfected a very clever act of mental transference, or ''phys oeronitism," and advertised for a "young alid beautiful girl." Marie, or, as she was then called, "Blanche," Greville answered the advertise ment, and, after three months' re hearsal, the two went upon the road, opening m Liver pool. One of the first to have the performers appear in a private exhibition at his house was the then premier, Mr. Gladstone. The two finally came here and played. In the summer of 1S'.3 Mrs. Guibai and her three children also arrived. Last April Guibai and the woman went to Mexico. Mrs. Guibai not only did not receive a line from Guibai, but he failed to remit even one cent for her support. She supported herself and children by doing needle work. .Mile. Greviile, who is a brunette of considerable beauty, is 26 years of age, witn an abundance of coal black h.iir, which on the stage she wears scattered loosely about her shoulders, always seemed to exercise some strange power over the man whom she i.s now charged with killing, and he has always stool in mortal dread of her, especially when she went into a frenzy of temper. He was insanely foscin ted with the woman, upon whom he spent his money freely. INDIAN LANDS. An Important Amendment to Correct Krniri rffereti by Senator Martin. Washington, Dee. 18. Senator Martin yesterda3r offered an impor tant amendment to one of the pend ing Indian bills in order to correct errors that may have been made in some of the previous allotments. His proposition is as follows: "Where an allotment of Indian lands has heretofore been made in severalty, and any part or portion of such lands has been allotted to any person or persons not mem bers by adoption or by blood relationship of the tribe or na tion of Indians whose lands have tints been allotted, such allotments shall be void. Upon proper proof of such allotments being made to the secretary of th-i interior, it shall be h s duty to cancel such allotments, and in all cases where an Indian mem her of any tribe has not re ceived his snare of the lands, property and money belonging to such tribe and su bject to a 1 lot me 11 1 and d istribu tion, because of the absence of such Indian, or of his being overlooked or otherwise omitted when such allotments and distributions were made, it shall be the duty of the secretary of the interior to aliot to such Indian his or her pro rata share of lands, moneys and prop erty of tribe or nation of Indians to which he may belona- and to which he may hare been entitled at time of such distribution, upon proof being made to tiie satisfaction of the secre tary of the interior that such Indian would have been such land, money entitled to sh ire in or p; opertv had ho been present at time of d istribution. "Bringing in the Sheaves' in the har vest eson. To prepare for baking' with Dr. Price's Baking Powder. IliaEFSIlYWrRE. The senate committee on public lands has authorized a favorable re port 011 a bill providing for a com mission to examine and segregate the mineral lands in Montana and Idaho with tiie Northern Pacific land grant. Shelly A Sons, one of Enid's largest retail grocery firms, was closed Mon day morning by the Wichita whole sale grocery company who are their largest creditors. Liabilities less than assets. A memorial from the board of man agers of the Trade League of Phila delphia, protesting asramsl the pas sage of the Daily bankruptcy bill for a number of reasons, has been pre sented to the senate. Van Leuven is still in jail in Du buque, a very sick man. He will be taken to the Anamosa penitentiary Wednesday. Tiie trial of Dr. Kessel, indicted with Van Leuven. will be called Wednesday afternoon. Senator Cameron has supplemented Senators Quay's big immigration peti tion with a number of names of peo ple praying for relief from the European hordes. Secretary Smith of the interior de partment has written a letter to Senator Teller and Wolcott of Colo ra lo disapproving the bill for the location of the Ute Indians on lands in severalty ia the western part of their reservation. He says they are still in the blanket state and unfit to take lands in severalty. Senator Quay has presented a vol uminous petition from citizens of Pennsylvania urging the passage of the pending bill restricting immigra tion by excluding anarchists and other undesirable applicants for ad mission and establish a consular in spection abroad. The Stat Joubsal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working dav in the weei more thaa twice ai many Topeka peopie as can ba reached iii-uua ay utiir paper. Xai w fauu WILL V0TE EARLY. Currency Reform Bill to be Passed on January 7. The House Committee on Rules so Decides. A SHAHP PHOTEST. The Minority Says it Would Cause Another Panic Washington, Dee. 13. Speaker Crisp and his associates on the house committee on rules determined yes terday on a special rule by which Senator Carlisle's bill for currency reform will be debated and voted on in the house of representatives. The original purpose of securing- a vote before the holidays was given up. Instead of that it was arranged that the general debate should begin to day and continue to the recess. When congress reassembles on January 3, the currency debate will be resumed, the 4th and 5th being given to de bate under the five minute rule. The vote will probably be taken on Mon day. January 7. The minority members of the bank ing and currency committee severely criticize the Carlisle bill. They say "the whole action of tiie party ma jority of the committee was most ex traordinary and not approved by its voting majority. Secretary Carlisle read a part of the bill on the first day of his address to the committee, say ing he had not finished dictating it, and would bring it in when lie li'i ished his address to the committee on the following day, which lie did. It was not again read or in any man ner considered in committee, and an opportunity to consider or amend it was refused to all members. Democrats and Republicans alike. On Saturday at 4 p. m. . immediately unoa the close of the examination of Mr. St. John of New York, a motion was made to close the hearing and go into executive session. Upon the attempt of a member of the m nority to make a motion to take up the bill for consideration they were informed by tiie chairman. Mr. Springer, that the Democratic party majority had c ncluded not to submit the bill to the committee for anv motion what ever, but to report it to the house on Monday, and that each mem ber could otfer what amendments he chose in the house. It is the opinion of a number of the most clear-headed and eminent financiers iu the country that if the Carlisle bill was enacted into a law within twenty days that it would precioitate a panic far more severe than that.oT 1&'JJ. as it would compel the forced sale upon the mar ket of nearly $200,000,000 of United States bonds within six months. "The passage of the Carlisle bill may meet some political exigency of which we do not know, but we do know its passage will aggravate rather than relieve the perplexities of the financial situation, especially that of the United States treasury. "The United States legal ten ler notes withdrawn from circulation in case all existing national banks take out all the circulation permitted under the bill would only be 151, 000,000, still leaving $350. 000 to vex the treasury. This would not afford any substantial relief to the constant drain of gold from the treasury. It would make still more conspicuous and thus more urgent the demand for gold upon the treasury, and the notes issued under the bill would make con fusion worse confounded in the cur rency, by adding from one to forty lire more kinds of money to these already existing. "Twice within a short time has the house declared its unalterable op position to allowing state bunks to issue currency notes once on June G, isle', by a vote of 84 for to 1 1 S against it, and again under the leadership ntrainst state banks of the rrallant and versatile gentleman from Illinois, the Hon. William M. Springer, on June 0, 1S'.)4, by a vote to rep al the ten per cent tax of 102 for to 17:i against. Therefore, we protest acrainst again consuming the time of the house in a profitless discussion of that objection able section of the Carlisle bill. Fi nailv we are of the opinion it is not safe for the house to enter upon the line of the legislation proposed until some bill is brought before it that has received far more attention than the Carlisle bill, and we recommend it to be indefinitely postponed." The report is signed by the six Re publican members of the committee. Pie crust made with Dr. Price's Cream Eakint' Powder is simply superb. ISTHMIAN CAXAl Bl'ILDISG. Ttxo Senate Ilevotes Another Iay Ducnssins; tbe Projert. Washington, Dec. IS. The senate was called to order yesterday by Vice President Stevenson. A communica tion from Secretary Gresham relative to the continuation of the Bureau of American Republics was referred to the committee on appropriations. Mr. Hill of New York presented a resolution calling upon Secretary Carlisle for a copy of the income tax regulations, which was passed. The senate then resumed consider ation of the Nicaraguan canal bill and Mr. Teffer of Kansas addressed the senate. lie did not believe that the country was in a condition to buy the canal and issue bonds for its payment- The constitution did not authorize the lending- of money for the purpose of forwarding a private enterprise, which was what was pro posed to be done by the present bill. It would be better for the government to build the canal Mr. Squire of Washington followed with a hearty indorsement of the canal project, which, he said, would be of greater importanc to the Western world than the Suez canal is to the Eastern. At this point Mr. Turpie of Indiana, ort'erei an amendment to the bill which, was ordered printed. The amendment provides that before aiy proTiia oi the act are enforced the president is to appoint three compe tent engineers, two of them from the engineer corps and one from civil life, not interested in the company, to make a survey and estimate of the expense of construction of the canal on the route proposed. Mr. Turpie then proceeded to address the rr?nate on the pending bill. ap pending the conclusion of Lis re marks, the senate, at 4:55 p. m., went into executive session and at 5:07 p. m. adjourned. Canal Commission. Washington, Dec. IS. Senator Vilas yesterday g-ava notice of an in tended amendment to the sundry civil appropriation bill, to provide for an international commission to investi gate and report upon the feasibility of a canal large enough to accommo date ocean going- ships between the Atlantic ocean and the Great lakes, to consist of three members, to be ap pointed when Great Britain shall appoint a like number for Canada. We Are Done With Ulaefleld. Washington, Dec, 18. United States Minister liaker yesterday cabled Secretary Gresham that the Mosquito Indians had formally in corporated their reservation with Nicaragua. This was very welcome news to the state department, as it marks the end of the Pluefields diffi culties which have harassed the de partment for nearly a year. Reorganizing the Army. Washington, Dec 13. Senator Haw ley yesterday introduced a bill for the reorganization and increase of the army. It provides a battalion of en gneers as now organized, ten regi ments of cavalry, five regiments of artillery and twenty-five regiments of infantry. Spllinjj Kickapoo Lands. Washingon, Dec. 18. Representa tive Iiroderick of Kansas, yesterday introduced a bill in the house provid ing for the sale of the surplus of un allotted lands of the Pottawatomie and Kickapoo Indian reservations. i'RI TCHAKD WAS EASY. Tiie ITarleni o(Tee Cooler" Hit Him On Good Smh anil He Quit, London, Dee. 13 The match for 200 between Frank Craig, the "Har lem coffee cooler,'' and Ted Pritch ard, was pulled off last night at Cen tral hall, Helborn, in the presence of 4,O00 spectators. After maneuver ing for a time Craig led, but missed, Pritchard duck ing out of reach. IJ.fore he recovered his position, lie received two blows on the back of the head. The men then clinched, but broke way. These tactics were repeated, but directly the men were separated, Craig drove Pritchard into the ropes. When the latter came up again Craig led with his right, landing a smash ing blow on Pritchard's jaw, and flooring him. Pritchard remained down until he was count -d out, Craig winning the figdit in less than two minutes. Andy Bowen Laid to Kest. New Obleans, La,, Dec. 18. The funeral of Andy Bowen, the local light-weight pugilist, who met his death in his fight with George La vigne Friday night, was conducted from his late residence at 10 o'clock yesterday. It was one of the largest funerals seen in the city for some time. Both visiting and local sport ing men attended. Among the mourn ers was George Lavigue. STEAM COLLIERS LOST. Two Bound for S Francisco Go Down With All on Hoard. San Francisco, Dec. IS. That the steam colliers Montserrat and Kewee veali have been lost at sea with all on board is now considered almost a cer tainty. Both vessels were heavily laden and the prevailing opinion is that they were lost almost togather in the terrific storm that raged off Cape Flattery the night they put to sea. The Montserrat, Captain Black burn, carried a crew of twenty men, and the Kevveeveah, Captain Jenkins, carried a crew of thirty men. From reports received to date it is positive ly known that at least four vessels were wrecked during the gale. Were Hurriedly Married. Jasesville, Wis., Dec 18. Miss Florence Lillian Wickes, daughter of W. T. Wickes, vice president of the Pullman car company, and George O. Ford of Janes villa were married last evening by the Rev. W. II. Wootoa in Trinity church. The marriage was hurriedly arranged, and was an event unexpected by their friends, being a great surprise to everyone. Ford is tiie 20-year-old son of a local miller and the maker of an ice rink. i Joins the Congregational Ists. Gt'THRrE, Ok., Dec. Id. A sensation was caused in Oklahoma religious cir cles on Sunday when Rev. W. J. Mail ley and wife of El Rene went forward in the Kingfisher Congregational church and took the obligation to be come members of that church. Rev. Mailley is presiding elder of the Western Oklahoma district of the Methodist Episcopal church. Jotin Borni In Ooiana. Omaha, Neb., Dec. 13. John Burns, the London dockers' friend, was ac corded a hearty welcome by an audi ence that filled the largest available hall in the city last night. The audi ence which greeted him included many representative men of this city. Lord Roseberry, the British premier, loves good cooking. His muffins are mixed with Dr. PricVs BakiDg Powder. REID IN DANGER. He In 111 and His Friends are Alarmed at His Condition. New York, Dec. 18. A cablegram received here announces that Whitelaw Reid i3 seriously ill in Europe. It was known when he lett here that he was Buffering from pulmonary trouble, but he was not thought to be in any dan ger. Private advices, however, state that his condition has become so serious aa to alarm his friends. New neck bands put on your Mrts at Tofeka Stsas Laondht. Home treatment often prevents the necessity for hospital treatment. Every wise housekeeper keeps an Alice ck's Porous Plaster on hand for immediate use for congestion arising- from taking cold, for lame back, sore muscles, sprains and all sorts of pains and aches. There sire Imitations by the core. Be ware of lbm. Oct tha f vnuina Allcock'i. Allcock's Corn Shields, Allcock'ts Bunion Shields, Have no equal aa a relief and cure for corns and buui..n. Brandreth'a Pills ar of prreat benefit In cases of torpid liver, biliousness, and rheumatism. Eudora Creamery & ( c o ( () ' ( f' o f ( c BITTER A.D CREAM 1)1 TOT. SPECIALTIES. CHEAPEST EwTTEE CHEAKEHY CEEAK, EUTTEB IIILII. . . . , 25 cts. It. , 23 cts. qt. 10 Cts. gal. Eiam, 3 It. piece, $1.00. ITeufchatel, 10c a piec9 ; 2 for 15c. Brick, 23c per lb. Limburger, 15c per lb. E-wics Impcrtai, 43c lb. SttIss Ecnestic, 20o lb, Wisconsin Flat, 15c lb ; 2 fir 23o. ITe-w York Whits 23o lb ; 2 for 25c. Ycnnp; America, 23o lb ; 2 for 35c. Erauter Eaese, (Sap Sags) Hand Eaese. 100 a iece' Smear Zaese, 10c per lb. 105 V. Eighth Street, TOPEKA, KAS. IINQ UP ""Telephone 9 AMI HAVK T1IK WAOIIS 0 BiOr AT VOIK i'l.Ati:. P I Y m n kfm E) hi" f A ' W & X. W W uP ia k ' 'it 5. CORDOVAN, FRENCH ENAMELLED CALF. s4-3.5PFlNECALF&Kfc:;5ASCl 3.5JPOL!CE.3SOLE3. 4o3.2.W0RKINCr'r. J extra rrti.. - j 2.I.-? Boys'SchoclShses. L -LADIES" l vJ . SEND F0 CATALOGUE L ' VV'L'DOlrCLAS, BROCKTON, MASS. You can save money hr purrliunius . Xm lloiivln Shoen, Becure, we are t ue larRest mani facturers of sdvcitiscil shoes in the world, ami Ktiuraiitee t'ieval,eby stimpitig the name and ptice oa the bo torn, which piotcc-ts you against hich prices' jnd the mi llleman s profits. Oiirf hocj e juai ru! torn -work in style, ray fW'itifr nd wfa',Ji if? qualities. We have them S"!d every. Tvhf.f Hi 1 tv.-f r -T irr s for the value jiven l-.;ir i Tie ' ' ''el:-r.tf. If votf C. NATTSEN, 219 Kansas Ava. JNO. WATTS, 50 t Knns.is Av--. LUcKlIAItT & FBHNSTilOM, S18 Kansas Ave., WORTH TOPI K A Topeka Vacuum Cure f'.tabllsle4 Vn en ii ill. l.ietiioa.1 and Gnrgiral Treatment.. .Veivu and ehrouio diatcKises uu J dm.n.rff of norueu. vacuum specialties: PsMii, ihiI old fironle di?nci tba nueuicinA have rc.llsd is curn. V. C. FHANCIS, Mn'ir'r. SOI Gils A t e n W. SCHOOL OP C I.ASS for Isilles MONDAY evun Ui-.. 8 p. Ill Social ;sr ties FEIliAY ern iti;s. i t Invitation i rq Hired. DANCI1TO Mr. & Mrs. J. H.Wetherell, Masouio Buliil.ug. 623 Jackson Street. HeTTE J.ittle Giant I'ills Are the most complete pill on tiin ui.tr ket, besides being' the cheapest, aa unn pill is a dose, hdc! forty dua in eaeii bottle. Every pill guaranteed to ivv satisfaction br V. JL hennaly. lis Your flair lry and Itrittle. Pali, ins Out or Turnin; 4r&y? These are only indication that the fol liciefi or roots of the hair are getting weakened or disease! Hegg Hair lieaewer will ntreniftoea and invigorate the follicie-i ami the hair will rein it4 natural color and become soft, gloiiy an i healthy. Bold by W. It Kenuady. Koclt Island Playing Cards. No. tSUl Kans. Ave. Gold Spectacles or Eyeglasses make a nice Christmas prwsent when fitted by Charles Bennett, Opthalmic Optician, 713 Kansas avenue. No charge for lit ing. Flat collar and cuff cases, new and practical, at bwift & llolliday'a. r