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TOPFiTT A STATE JOTZBKAIV WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1900.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Miss I!a Stasg entertained about 2') ft h-r friends, mostly members of the. ThaSia club at a straw ride Tuesday evening. iwing to th baJ state of the roads, it was impossible to have the pavements a-.'l after riding until about , Jo '20 the party went to the home ' I Miss Stasrg on Topeka avenu" where ri f reshments. were frved. In spite of the rain the evening wis thoroughly enjoy ed. Those invited were Mrs. C. J. Smith, Miss Santa Waters, Miss Mabel Hiills. Miss Kmma Dennis.Miss Ptarl Latham, Miss Marie Brooks, Miss B.-Pna Ctan ileil. Miss j run Frost. Miss Lillian Val f ntine. Miss I. Ma Bereen. Mr. Lirin I -rib-!. Mr. Frank Smith. Mr. Maca is -ry. Mr. Edward IVnr.i?, Mr. Hora. e MavtVrran. Mr. Fred Gillett. Mr. W. S. 1'han-y. Mr. Charts KHiott. Mr. Earl Case and Mr. Albert Horton. At the Elm wood Club. The regular dancing party took place Tuesday t-vsni.u' at the Eimwood club. Jiefr-snni-ntA Wer served and the ev rdr. was a very pleatit.t affair. .Mr.'.ng 'h. present were Mr. and M?s W. H. I 'a vis. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Si-.--fri-I. Mr. ar 1 Mrs. y, j Shnb-rt. Mr. ar I Mrs. W. F. Seh... h. Mr. and .Mrs. W. it Whi't-m. Mr. and Mrs.. L. I'. Hot!. Mr. end M.s. W. ;. Smyser. Mr. and Mrs. 1. S , lv rt.in. Mr. and M:s Herbert li i'kr-y. Mi H.-iwi Mocn. M ;ss ;!-tru-V Hi',1. Ml? Roberta Wasson. Miss T.-ari- f.avirt. M-. CLir-rc- 1 '.,:.. 1,-xter. ir i Carles Woif. Mr Fre.l Tnckermaii. I- ' Vass.,n. Mr. V: : :. Mr. Y. W. Cavltt and Mr. Charles Moon. Notes tni Personal Mention. Mis-- s M'-rti- and Ivah IV'.vis will en-t-rtaif. th- Ia:s-'h:t-d"-k I'ridat (.ar ty at a 'J o'eloek supper Monday even- Miss I.ttie Page of Ienver arrived Tu-s.i.iy np.rfiing and is the guest e M.s Ed:ia Crane. Miss lu-rr.U e McDonald will come up from K:i"si.- City the rirsr of the week a". 1 v : te the guest of Mi-ses Myrtle and Iv.-.h luvjs. Mr'. Stevens..n and daughter JM.-n left Tuesday for a short trip to 'hi--:i,. Mrs. if. J. I'ajt. and daughter Helen f I'einer are visiting the family of V. A P- ft"!.. Mrs. r. F- Parr returned Monday fr1 in c s ie City where she has b - n isitire sir.ee attending the Brown-M:!-1-r w,-j ii.ig last we-k. Mrs. J-M.rs- l'ort Ashton w HI give a I'jr.ch-on nt xt Tuesday complinventary t" Miss I-iliian Whitelock and Miss Winifred U';i;n,-r. Mr? I'. H. A, lams and son left todav f .r Castle P.e.-k Mountain, N. M., to --in Mr. Adams; they will spend the Miiam..-" th-re. Mis. V. V. P'.ilson is spending this with Mis. T. .1. K!iam. Mr. ani Mrs. J. W. Hohins. who have le. n boarding at E-0 Top-kit aver.u-.. - gone to, housekeeping at 1272 Tyler . Mi,. Ubbie Hazlitt of Chicago wid Vi'V, M,"nJuy to visit -iliss Lillian rat- ! k. Mr. and Airs. William O'Brien left last wek t,,r Denver Where they will make t a; r h me. M:-s Ma.-tha MCal?. of Emporia, is itix T.o.eka friends. M:s "-', Lilian and Nellie MeFarland r-ttirn-d ria-s-lay fr..ni a visit in Law reae,. w.fn ifjs,, Ainiee I'.udieer. M-. and Mrs. W. L. French and fam ily an ! Mrs. Adams left Tuesday f -r r.udlremn. Mich., w here they nave t..:-;--. a cttaie f.-.r the summer. Mr and Mrs. Y. c. Smith returned 1 u lay Irjin a sev-ral davs' visit in AtehlSen. . I: -v"!i'e' T:ker is spendintr a f-w i..vs v. oh r- :ativa--s in Kansas City. Miss Dora Fumian returned Monday .'otn a months visit in Wichita witn r-.-.a lives. Mrs. Matth-w Weilnman and chil dren are visititiR relatives in Kansas C i' y. Mrs. M. d'lirien has returned from the east, wh re fhe spent the winter, ana is at th Thro, .p hotel for the pres ent. Her daoirh-o r. Miss Ollie )'BHn, is visiting Miss Mat'ie Jones, in Dan viiie. 111., ard will return in a few tt-eks. Mrs. Sarah Shaw and gran I son. Sid r y Dode. r.f Chicago, p-turn-vl to th-ir home t, day after a visit in To-I-ka vvi.h Mrs. J. M. West and Mrs. E. S. Hire. -Miss Olive Kim and Mr. Dick Mo I.r.m. both of J. .hnst. wn. I'a.. w ill be mani.-d Wednesday evenine. June 2i. Miss Keim is well known in TV-p-ka! avir visite.i her sister, Mrs. Walter Thompson, a number of times. Supt. W. M. Imvilson went: t Ot tav 4 today, where he Is to have charge of rhe instdut-. 'r-s A. E. V, illiams and Mrs. Dickev v. : 1 r-:um Thursday from a visit in W on. y. HI. N'i-s May FitZT.atrick Is the guest of Mj-s Anra 'ari-- Walsh. Mrss Juiia Hrown entertain-el a f.w r.f h-r f-if r.ds informally Tu-sday even Those presert were Miss Marv I'.- d. Miss C rt! P.aber, Miss Snvder, Miss .l.-rnie MiWndrew. Miss Prown Mr. Ha-n-jr I.eich. Mr. Harry Sidwell'. Mr. K-ene and Mr. C. New b-rrv. Mr. C. TenEyck and Mrs. J. M. Stur E ..n are spendimj a few weeks in St Loo. . Miss J' nnie Jones, of Denver, , is fi" r.lirs a f.-w weeks in the city, the fruest of Misses Jessie and Kate Cuth- WITH AJ Russia has strengthened trove formidable enemies. A bert. ' The Ideal club Tvill meet "fhureday aftemoon at 3 o'clock in the parlor of the First Presbyterian church. Mrs. J. D. Countermine, who. has just re turned from a trip through the Holy Land, will give an mfoimal talk. All members are ursed to be present. Mrs. Charles Haines has returned to her ho::ne in Sabetha after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Moon. Mrs. Anna Cunningham left Tuesday for a tiusiness trip to California. Mr. Cieorae Smart left Monday for his home in Log Angeb-s. after spend in? several months in Topeka. Mrs. L. A. Xeely entertained about half a riozen cf her friends very pleas antly at tea Tuesday evening. Clarer.ce Poindexter wtnt ta Kansas City today for a week's visit. P.arton Phelps has returned from Omaha, where he went to attend the commencement f the Omaha, univer sity. His brother, Fred Phelps, was one of ;:he graduates. OUTLOOK IN CHINA As Seen by Professor Starr, Who Haa Studied the Situation. Chicago, June 13. Prof. Frederick Starr, htiul of the. ilepiirtment of anthropology at the University of Chicago, addressed the students on the Chinese question. Ke a.-vrt'd that the dowasr em pre? s was justiried in hr tictloa and that a protec toraif tabtisht- by the powers would be a lure. Dr. Siarr has made a neeial study of th1- Chinese and soon wiil make a vi-dt it hiiia for re-earch work, tie yaH. in part-: 'Tiu. ti twasrer empress should not be criticized ft,r tier attitude toward the mis sinnaries. The b3xera are a new ureaniz aiion. t"-rnvd to do away with c onditions which have become intolerable. Tiie par ty of tlu- trriprtss will succeed evenruaily cfl'.e any scheme to deter her by a coalition of the power, such as is pro pose, a. present, will be a failure. If contr-d passes from China's hands, it will drut 'into iiussia's. A joint proteotorato of the powers would come to the same end us; j he protectorate in Kerypt. The control s.nd iinaliy the psriion of the ff'untr y w o u 1 i kiss to the s tr on e;e& t P.w-r. In Kerypt Knerlnnd triumphed.. Tht-re are four possibilities of The out come of affairs in China. First, the low auer empress will come out victorious ; s- cond, the so-called emperor may be re stored under a coalition of the foreign pie.ves; third. China may be divided :iniong the nations; fourth, Russia may s-ize Chna. The oniy nr ba bid ties are th- first and fourth. The partition of China arnon? tne nations would lead to the development of a warlike spirit in the Chinese themselves, which would unite China ard Rive her a. strong away aa a world power." Menaced With, a Strike. Chica?. Julr 13. Before the settle ment of i:he Building Trades strike Chi eacr. is rrenneed with another strike, m voivinc 3 .)) woodworkers, employes o th- 'lants manufaeiurins store anil of fice lixtures. At a special meeting of the man afacturers woodworkers asso-ciati-ir. ai: the Great Northern hotel last evening, it. was decided unanimously io rctus- the demand uf the amalgamate.! wtiodworkers council for a 10 per cent ir. rf ase in wasr;es over the scale paid under th? local contract expiring on Ju'y 1. The probability cf a strike on July 1 is admitted by the manufactur ers. Bonds All Right. B. H. Tracy of the attorney general's office has returned from .)!athe vhere he investigated the injunction proceed In tra riled asrair.st an issue of bonds pur chasH.l by the state agricultural col-leg- from the city of Olathe. The bonds wire for 515.0' issued by the city for ravin? and eurbiai; the main street. Mr. Tra.y is o.:' the opinion that the suit will not succeed and that the bonds are a safe inves :ment for the college funds. Jockey ReifF to the Front. London. June 13. At Ascot today the Royal Hur t cup (a piece of plate valued at ocu sove-eigns with l.rioO sovereigns in snecie) wa.3 won by J. A. Drakes Royal Flush, ridden by J. Reiff. A. F. Baa sett's Gixxi. Luck was second and E. A. Wic.ms Tt.e-Reeve with Rigby up was third. Twenty horses started. Athlet.ss Who Will Go Abroad. Philadelphia, June 13. The time trials at French distances of the men who will compose the track team of the University of Pennsylvania, which is to compete in the English sports in London and in the Olympian game at Paris, were held today on Franklin field. The work of all the athletes was satisfactory'- Michigan Democratic Convention. Detroit. Mich.. June 13. The Demo cratic state central committee voted this afternoon to hold the state canven tim for nominations of state officers and presidential electors in Detroit July Philadelphia "and Return $30.00 via iSanta Fe Route. Account Republican National conven tion. Tickets on sale June 14-15-lt. good returning June 26. Choice of routes. See T. L. King, agent, A. T. & S. F. for particulars. Old Papers Por Sale. For this week only the Journal will sell old exchanges at five cents a hundred. THESE NEW WARSHIPS RUSSIA'S . z s -rTv--x: -g-.-,. 'ttv. ji,rw L "-r .f. -S- a her navy by the addition of these new men , 0RTH TOPEKA. Items Intended for this column should be left with the Kimball Printing com pany. 833 Kansas nyenue. Miss Kittie Martett has returned from a short visit to Lawrence friends. ilr. Schilling and John Holliday will ga to Berryton Thursday to attend the meet ing of the Dairymen's association. Mrs. R. M. Thomas, of Monroe street, will leave next week for Cincinnati. Ed. Ward, of Menoken, was a North Side visitor today. Phineas McPherson has g-one to Colo rado to make sketches for Frank Leslie's Weekly. Miss Mabe! Oilman has taken a poBi tion in the millinery department of the ew Kra. Miss Fannie Nesbitt, night operator at the Western Union telegraph, office, spent Tuesday in Kansas City. Miss DoiHe Curtis and neice, I.eona Curtis, arrived home today from Wash ington City. Mrs. Ray Parmeter and little son. of Kag-le Grave, Iowa, are visiting friends and relatives on this side. Mr. and Mra. N. A. Faus. of Van Buren street, left Monday evening for Oklahoma, to visit for three weeks. Xotice AIL holding coupons on the Courtney iratlery, bring them in before the first of July, as that is the limit. Mrs. I. E. Grow and daughter Iva and i s.m Clarence, went to Merriden today to i visit Mrs. Grow s parents. Mr. and Mrs. ( Groshon, for several weeks. Miss Bertha Wizer left today for Las Veas. X. M.. where she v.'ill attend the : wt-ddinfr of a friend. From there she will go to Albuquerque for an extended visit. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Lyon went to Thcmpsonville today to attend the cele bration.. f the .'.h anniversary tf the mar riage of Mr. and Mrs. Hitler Thompson, which will take place this evening. Mrs. Thompson, a daughter of Mr. Graves, of the Xorth Topeka Carriage works, is a mi.-siortary in China, but not in that pa of the country where the trouble now is. Mr. and Mrs. Tliomns-vi were sent to China in 1S4 by the China Inland Missionary society and are located at no very great distance from Shanghai. t which city they could easily go and be perfectly sate, if at any time it be came necessary for them to leave their present home. The Argonauts held their last meeting for the current year Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. O. D. Skinner. 516 Kan sas avenue. Miss Grace Root had the only paper foe this meeting, which was f.n " "Aiphonse Daudet." The lesson in French h:torv was on "Napoleon III., an 1 the Republic." The business meeting was then held and the following officers e'.act ed to serve for next year: President, Rev. W. B. Hutchinson: vice president. Miss Minette Loop: secretary. C. C. Nicholson: treasurer. Mrs. O. D. Skinner; critic. A. .1. Ashpole: social committee. Miss Mabel Miller. Miss Bessie R.K.t. and Mr. E. It. Clark: music committee. Mrs. Charles f'urtis. Misses Ldna Pence. Bessie Eee.U'r. The following persons were present last evening as visitors: Misses Maud Bra zier. Grace Miller. Miss Brook. At the close of the meeting the hostess served to her euests ice cream and cake. This club will hold their annual picnic June 2;th at the farm of Mr. Taylor, just north of the Calhoun Bluffs. GOING TO PARIS. Georgetown "University Athletes Will Sail From Boston June 20. Washington. - June 13 The George town university athletic track team of this citv, composed of C. J. Martell. manager; W. H. Foley, trainer: Arthur F. Duffy (world's champion 100 yard, sprinter: Edmund Minahan. sprinter, J. E. Mulligan, captain of track team, and W. J. Holland, quarter mile sprin ter will leave here Sunday. June 17. for Boston, from which point they will em bark June 20, for Paris, where they will compete in the exposition, athletic tournament to be held there. Texas Newspaper Man Weds. Denton, Tex., June 13 A. H. Belo. jr., son of Colonel A. H. Belo, president of the Galveston-Dallas News, and Miss i Helen Pondr. daughter of W. H. Pon- der, a prominent banker, were married i lat night in Denwood. the home of the I bride. Mr. and Mrs. Kelo departed for ! the east after the wedding reception I and will visit Paris before returning to Dallas. Grand Trunk Railway System. The most popular tourist route to the Muskoka and Kawartha Lakes. St.Law rence River and Rapids, White Moun tains and Atlantic Coast Resorts. Solid vestibule trains. For copies of tourist publications and full information apply to J. H. Burgis, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. 5-13 Clark St., corner Jackson Boulevard, Chicago. Philadelphia and Return $30.00 via Santa Fe Route. Account Republican National conven tion. Tickets on sale June 14-15-16. good returning June 26. Choice of routes. See T. D King, agent, A. T. & S: F. for particulars. Everything in our store very cheap on account of rebuilding our store. T. J. COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. Philadelphia and Return $30.00 via Santa Fe Route. Account Republican National conven tion. Tickets on sale June 14-15-16, good returning June 26. Choice of routes. See T. D. King, agent. A. T. & S. F. for particulars. tj "" - of - war. , They will Join the Eastern i AN IDEAL CLIMATE. The first white man to set foot on Ctah soil, Father Silvestre Velez de Eacalant, who reached the GREAT SALT LAKE on the 23rd day of Sept., 1776, wrote in hisdiary: "Here the cli mate is so delicious the air so balmy, that it is a pleasure to breathe by day and by night." The climate of Utah is one of the richest endowments of nature. On the shoraa of the Great Salt Lake especially and for fifty miles therefrom in every direction the climate of climates is found. To enable persons to participate in these scenic and climatic attractions, and to reach the famous HEALTH, BATH INO AND PLEASURE RESORTS of Utah, the UNION PACIFIC has made a rate to OGDEN and SALT LAKE CITY of one fare for the round trip, plus 2.00, from Missouri River, to be in effect Jane 21st, July 7th to 10th in clusive, July ISth, and Aug. 2d. Re turn limit Oct. 31, 1900. For full information, rail on or ad dress, F. A. lewis, City Ticket Agt., or J: 0. Fcltox, Depot Agent. : SU 1- t i K4 15 mm in- ttwr. 1 1 n ..V- w - .t .-i "-.-.- Best Dining Car Service. Only Depot in Chicago on the Elevated Lc:p 10S SKELETONS Of Men Who Died on the Prison Ship to Be Removed. New "Fork. June 13. The prison ship Martyrs' Monument association of the United States has completed arrange ments for the ceremony of removing rto their final resting place the skeletons of l-.'fc men. who died oti tht prison ship. The skeletons are now at the navy yard in six boxes, and these will be removed on Sat urday u Fort Greene Park where they will be placed by the side of those buried there 27 years ago. At that time the city . of Brooklyn had the bodies removed from the Jenkins' farm and buried in the sec i ond terrace and the place marked with i an appropriate tablet. The Thirteenth j regiment N. G N". Y.. a detachment of I marine and sailors from the navy yard j and a detail of one hundred men from ! Fort Hamilton will take part in the cere- 'monies on Saturday. The escort with three hearses will proceed to Plymouth church, j where the secretary of the navy, on be- half of the navy department, will trans i fer the skeletons from the navy depart ment to the society for the seputure. An oration will be delivered, by General Stew art L. Woodford and a religious service will be conducted by Rev. Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis. Major G-neral John R. Brooke, with his staff, will be present. A Race With the Klondike. New Tork. June 13. Shipments of gold to go out tomorrow so far an- nounced amount to JS.OOO.OOO. Lazard f reres win snip i.ooo.wo: National City bank. J.Wj.OOO: Heidelbach, Ickelheimer & Co.. $1,000,000. Boiler Head Blew Out. St. Marys, O., June 13. The head of a large boiler at the St. Marys spoke works was blown out here last night, killing Wesley Morse and C. A. Gil bert. Jacob McCoy and H. M. Davis -.vere severely injured. The boiler went through the building and was carried fifty feet away. The place was badly damaged. Capt. Sommers Pension. Washington, June 13. Capt. A. M. Sommers, of thi3 city, formerly well known in Kansas as land commissioner of the M. K. & T., haa secured through Senator Baker an allowance of a pen sion claim. Philadelphia and Return $30.00 via Santa Fe Route. Account Republican National conven tion. Tickets on sale June 14-13-16, good returning June 26. Choice of routes. See T. L. King, agent, A. T. & S. F. for particulars. Rock Island Route. benver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. $24.00 for the round trip; final return October 31st, ! H m N ti ii ti ra i V2 y u y NAVY IS FORMIDABLE. q w - - - A&J-i-i -s r'.-i v-'v ' C , - ""'u- fleet, and in the event of serious trouble CIECITS SEATS COLLAPSE. Many Injured in an Accident At a Chicago Show. Chicago, June 13. Reserved seats in a circus at Fifty-fifth street and Kim bark avenue, which has been showing for several days past, collapsed last night just as the commencement of the performance carrying to the ground hundreds of men, women and children. Fourteen people were injured while many others sustained slight bruises. Mrs. Mary Russell and Mrs. Henrietta Cooper were the most seriously injured, but both will recover. About a week ago the seats at the same circus collapsed, injuring a dozen people. POSTAL CHANGES. Porto Rico and Hawaii Termed fcXJni ted States," and Philippines "T7. S. Possessions." Washington, June 13. The postmaster general has issued an order amending a previous regulation in regard to post age rates between the United States and its Island possessions. The order says that the island of Porto Rico and the territory of Hawaii are included in the term "United States" and the Island of Guam, the Philippine archipelago and Tuituila are included in the term " Is land possessions of the United States." SAXTAFETIME CAIi D. General Manager Mudge Issues a Call For the Superintendents. General Manager Mudge of the Panta Fe today issued a call for the1 division superintendents to meet in Topeka next Monday to start work on the new time card. The card will go into effect on July 1. As announced in the State Journal several days ago. no additional train will be put on, as at first talked of. The time of east-bound train No. 2 will be materially changed, making It a day train through Kansas and an afternoon train out of Topeka. A $20,000 Wedding Gift. Philadelphia, June 13. Senator Scott, who is here attending o his duties as a member of the Republican national committee, sent' a JiO.OOO telegraphic draft to his son. Lieutenant Scott, at San Francisco, where the young man, upon returning from volunteer service in the Philippines, was married yesttr day. The senator wired that he ;began life .with 20 cents. r - . ;' - Special Excursions to Colorado and Utah June 21. July 1. 8, 9. W. IS and Aug 2nd at very low rates, via the Rock Island Route. See A. M. Fuller for full infor mation. AAD MISCELLANEOUS IDS. FREE MESSENGER SERVICE. PULL a Postal Telegraph-Cable Box. or call by telephone No. 417 and have vour Want Ads brought to The State Journal cfTice by free messenger. No charge to you for messenger sen. ice. Cost of classi fied ads. 5 cents per line of six words lo tne line and every fraction thereof. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED Washing and ironing to do at home, by a woman with two children: can do good work. 120s Logan St., North Topeka. WANTED. Situation by young girl to care for baby, or help around house. Address Jennie Nelson. 409 Fairehiid st. WANTED Work by a colored young man in hotel, private family or house work. Inquire 1515 Monroe st- W ANTED Nursing, by day or week. Call or address. 12138 Muivane st. WANTED AGE NTS. $2,500 CAN BE MADE during neit six months by hustling agents handling our white and fancy rubber collars, cuffs, bosoms and neckties. Patented and guar anteed goods. Enclose stamp for special plan. M. ri M. ilig. Co., Springfield. Mass. wantedmiscellaneotjsI WANTED You to know that J. H. Fosdlck cleans carpets. J. H. Fosdick cleans Portieres. J. H. Fosdick scours Carpets. J. H. Fosdick washes Ingrains. Jennie Fosdick cleans Lace Curtains, Harmola Carpet and Lace cleaning. ScS Kansas avenue. Phone S60. WANTED A second-hand office Address L. B.. Journal office. safe. WANTED Lace curtains and portieres to clean. Mrs. Fosdick, 725 Quincy st. xf - with England and Japan, they will ' fc "" jjj 3 WANTED FEKALE HELP. WANTED A housework, peka. ave. competent girl fcr general Mrs. J. P. Davis,. VA To- W ANTED Good girl for general house work: small family. Polk st. WANTED 5 girls for housework: dining r.iom girls, out of city; 3 for city; 4 wo men cooks for in and out of city; middle aged woman housekeeper. Kansas Em pkiymeui Agency. Mrs. M. E. Thatcher, Agent. WANTED Good farm hand; second cook, Jo. Star Employment Agency, 107 E. 7th. WANTED Girls for dishwashinir: 3 chaxbermaids; 2 dining rooms girls; 10 cooks, in and out or town; 4 girls for housework, star Employment Agency. WANTED Good girl for general house work. Appiy at 3"9 Topeka avenue. WANTED-Good girl for general house work, at 3ul Van Buren. WANTED A competent white girl for general housework. Family of two. 410 Harrison st. WANTED An experienced (lining room girl: steady employment and good wage; Hotel Whirity, Emporia, Kan. WANTED A girl for general housework. 12ul Clay st. - - WANTED A good white girl for general housework; g-X)d place, good Wtiges tu right party. 11S3 Kansas ave. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED By a middle-aged man (white) houseeieaaing. etc. H. G.. Journal. WANTED 25 harvest hands, $2.00 per day '-and boarfl: 4 farm hands: white cottehman. Kansas Employment Afiency. 413 Kansas av., Mrs. il. E. Thatcher, Agt. WANTED-A bris-ht boy. 15 years, light work,- steady. 1133 Kansas ave. YOUNG MEN Our Illustrated catalogue explains how we teach barber trade in S wveks. Mailed free. Moler Barber Col lege. St. Louis, Mo. WANTED Active men of good character tu dr-iivt-r and collect for old established wholesale and exporting housi Boaa tide salary of $rsJ a year guaranteed with ex penses. No experience required. Refer ences exchanged. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope to Wholesalers and Ex porters, third ttoor, 334 Dearborn st., Chi cago. WANTED Salesman to sell our full line of choice nursery stock. We give a printed guarantee that stock wid be true ta name. Write to Mount Hope Nurseries, Lawrence, Kansas. FOR RENT-ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished front room. 414 Quincy st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for house keeping: first floor. 711 Quincy st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms cool. S. W. corner Fifth and Madison st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, every thing new and modern.- 210 E. 5th St. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for rent. 214 Monroe st. FOR RENT Recently modernized furn ished rooms for light housekeeping. 421 Quincy St. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Good house. S rooms. 3 lots, garden, containing fruits and vegetables. 14 blocks from capitol, on street car line. Will take boarding for rent. P-. O. box 153. FOR RENT 1321 Tyler St.. seven room house and barn. Call J. Thomas Lum ber Co. FOR RENT Two 3-room cottages, 315 and 317 Branner St.: 5 room cottage 418 Lo cust. Apply 1114 Quincy St. FOR RENT 5 room house at 1111 West Twelfth and 9 mora house 700 Madison St. Enquire 611 Kansas ave. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT A camping picnic wagon. Clarence D. Skinner, 123 East Sth st. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Refrigerator cheap. 314 Quincy. A BUSINESS CHANCE FOR SALE Stock of groceries, store room and 7 living rooms, 2 lots, on west side. A good business. PAYNE & THOMPSON. 627 Kansas avenue. FOR SALE Good mandolin and case; or will exchajige for good guitar. Address O. K-. care Journal. FOR SALE Household goods, at 1012 Polk st. FOR SALE Or will trade for farm or clear city property, a clean stock of groceries, fixtures and delivery wagons. Good location doing good business. Ad dress "Grocer," care Journal. COBS! COBS!! COBS!!! COBS! COBS!! COBS!!! A -good load of cobs for $1. ALEXANDER & GOODFELLOW. 'Phone 33a. 11 E. Sixth st. FOR SAL13 Fine upright piano: only been in use for two vears. Price $o.t in cash. Call at 1312 Chandler, St. FOR SALE A good family horse, huck ster or delivery wagon. 1314 Harrison. FOR SALE Good Durham cow. 516 Polk street. FOR SALE Cheap Good new 14x15 wagon sheet, bows Inquire at 427 Poik. FOR SALE My family horse and phae ton. Safe for ladies. L. Biakesley, 23 W. Sth st. FOR SALE Unclaimed freight at the A., T. & S. F. Ry. Co.'s freight warehouse, commencing Thursday, Juxie 14th, at 9 a. m. . FOR SALE Business and furnishings of 16-room iodttrng house. Income $luu per mo. Call 211 E. 4th st. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. - FOR SALE Large modern residence: close in. at a. bargain. Address Widow. ! care Journal. FOR SALE OR TRADE 40 acres of good land. 1 mile from Tecumseh. Cash price S1.2f. Would exchange for good si) I or lt) acres within S miles of Topeka. j V ouia assume or pay difference, josepn Groll, 42u Kansas ave. FOR SALE Cheap. 2 corner lots. J5 room honse. celler. well and bam. La feet, brick sidewalk, plentv shade, no mort gage, all in good repair. Call and see it. 5ii"J Chandler st. MISCELLANEOUS. EMPLOYMENT given to Old Soldiers: ea:y. pleasant and profitable. Address L. Wiggins, lola. Kan., box 5W. Stamp for return postage. Picture machine, a good one. for sale. PERSONS wishing stand privileges on celebration grounds at Rossville on July 4th. should correspond at, once with H. J. Richmond. Rossville, Kan. GASOLINE OR GAS STOVES repaired. Hull Stove & Repair Co., lW E. Sth st. STALLS IN GOOD BARN FCR RENT at 421 Quincy street.. LEGAL, First Published In . the Topeka 3tat Journal June S, fcOu.J K0TICE. At s. meeting of the council of the city of Topeka held June 4th. 1sj0, the. foiiww Ing resolution was adopted: - Resolved. That the Mayor and Council of the city of Topeka deem It necessary for the best interest of said city tnat Piercy street from the west line of Lane street to the west line of Williston street and Walnut street from the west line of Williston street to th etutt curb line of College avenue be graded and paved thir ty feet wide with vitrified rick on sand foundation, and curbed with Fort Scott blue sand etone. J. W. F. HUGHES. I hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the original resolution bow on tiie in my office. In witness whereof,. I have hereunto set my hand and official seal thi 7th day cf June, 1 ,at Topeka. Kansas. J. H. EQUIRES. Seair City Clerk. First published In the Tojv-ka State Jour nal June 9, Va). NOTICE. At a mooting of the council rf tre c:?y of Topeka. held June Sth. IrvJ. the iollfiw ing resolution was adopted. Resolved. That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka dec-m it ne.e-.sary for the bet interest of said cify thnt Ij:.e street from the south line cf ThirteenTh street or Wjlliama avenue, to the south line of Piercy street, be graded and paved thirty feet wide with vitrilied bricK on sand foundation, and curbed with Fort Scott stone curbing. - - J. W. F. HUGHES. I hereby certify that the pH-.ve i a" trrie copy of the original resolution now un ;iio in my office. In witness whereof. I nave hereur.to- sec my hand and official sea! this 9th day of June. 1MK at Topeka. Kan. iSeali iJ. 11. SyuIRES. City'Clerk. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANFER STORAGE Co., parka, ships and stores household goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner, 123 E. 6tU St. MACHINE SH0P3. MACHINE SHOP Lawn mowers sharp ened, razors and clippers ground. Base bail and eportimr goods. Golden Rule Machine works, 514 Kansas ave. MONEY. WE HAVE FUNDS TO LOAN on Im proved country or city real estate. Rate low and all privileges of semi-annual par tial repayments. Our mortgages are not sold east, quite an advantage sometimes. State Savings Bank. 2 Kansas' avenue. I'apital and surplus, S'JS.S.ai.-aj; deposits. $2UiJ.0i.0O. MONET TO LOAN on live stock, pianos. organs, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscce, 53 Kan. ave. TO LOAN Money on real estate. Month ly payments. Low Interest. See East man. 115 West Sixth st. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. H. T. THL'P.BER, M. D.. Physician and Surgeon: graduate University of New Hampshire. Licentiate. Conn., board of examiners. 12w Kansas ave. CHARLES C. BRADLET, M. D. Phone 675. Office and residence, &12 Kas. Are. Henry W. Robw. M. E.. SURGEON. 730 .Kansas Avenue. Residence. Twenty, first st. and Kansas ave. Topeka. Kan. L. A KtER. M. D. OFFICE and residence corner Gordon st. and Central ave., Nor'h Topeks. 'Phone 214. Uses the BnnkerhoS system .f rectal treatment, a successful and painless treat ment for piles, fistula, tishure. ulceration, etc. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. " Office 732 Ktnsas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m.. to 11 a. m.. autl 3 p. m., to 5 p. zsi. Telephone 5t-i rfcaidtne-! und 16 office. F. ti. MARTIN SL 5! 404 KANSAS avenue, over Wallace's drug store. Phones: 476, residence, 35 offp-e. DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathlst, Ct Kansas ave. Telephone 4U2, STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCILS THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 734 Kan. At-. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trad checks. Prices low. Catalogue free. TeL'26i FLASHLIGHT PHOTOa - PORTRAITS taken at your home er our studio, day or evening. Nichols Flash Light Studio, 7s Kansas ave. JETlUTJONAL FRENCH AND GERMAN Taught either in class or private, terms reasonable. Mrs. Hannah Klhlberr. SIS Harrison sc. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. MILTON BROWN, lawyer. Practice In all state and federal courts. Suite 41. Craw ford bldg. Topeka. Kan. JWATHMAKER WATCHES cleaned. 75c:c!oek3. Kc; main springs, 5c: crystals, 10c Cah paid for old gold or silver. AH work guaranteed. Old jewelrv exchanged fcr new. If hard up, see Uncle Sam, 512 Kansas atenua. SPECTALISTS. DR. C. H. GTJIBOR. IMseases of the Nose. Throat and Lungs TJi Kamaj avenue. HAIR GOODS. SWITCHES, CHAINS. WIGS: your own design to order. Face treatments. Mrs. Hattie Van Vleck. 2l'D East Fifth st. OSTEOPATHIST. STEPHEN C. WOODHULL. Hours: 8-12: 2-5: Tues. and Sat. fc-11 a. m. 6i5 Topeka avenue. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HATDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc.. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. PAVING THE OFFICE nf the Capital City Vitrified Brick and Paving Co.. has been removed to 118 West Eighth street. FLORISTS. MRS. J. R. HAGUE, Florist, successor to R. J.-Groves, &17 Kansas ave. Phone tLA. CUT FLOWERS and floral designs at Hayes'. U7 West Eighth st- 'Phone 539. BICYCLES. TOPEK CTCLE CO.. 112 West th rt. Tel 7'i. Bicvcles and sundries: bieycles and "tandems 'for rent; repairing cf ail kinds. . V. S CTCLE CO.. 118 E. 8th st. National and Union bicycles. Sundries, repair.