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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, FHIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1900.
i 4 . j if 1 Buy Your Winter Underwear At Tomorrow's SPECIAL SALE The Continental SMOKE KLAUER'S COLD BUG. 5 CENT CIGAH.. Special Sale Price on all Boy's Suits Reefers and Overcoats. The Continental. IF Agents For Topeka. T. J. COlGlILft HDW. CO. Tel. 606. 702 Kans. Ave. Rest and He<ii to Mother and C'aUd MRS. WIXSLOW3 SOOTHINO SYRUP has been used for over FIFTY YEARS BY MILLIONS OF MoTHF.P.S for their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with FCKF-CT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS. ALLAYS nil PAIX. CURES WIND COLIC and is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sol i bv Druggists In every part of the world, j Re sure to ask for "Mrs. Wtnslow's Sooth- ir.g Syrup" and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottia. WELL DO YOUR HALLIN3 RIGHT Topeka Transfer Go 5U3 Kansas Avtuaa, Office lei- 20. House i aL 3. F. P, BACON, Proprietor. BTSEE KE ABOUT STORAGE. or1 that lot of Men's FINE SUITS, on Special Sale tomor row at Ik U uUill'iliGli Bank OScials Relent. New Tork. Nov. 2. Mrs. Annie Hart, whose furniture was seized by the offi cials of the E'izabethport. N. J.. bank, which lost Jl'M.WO by William Sehrei ber's defalcation, has recovered her pro perty. The bank officials relented a few days ago. apologized to Mrs. Hart aaid gave the property back to her. No one would ever be bothered wit?i constipation if everyone knew how nat urally and quickly Burdock Blood Hit ters regruiate the stomach and bowels, an ti. Vii Haw k,sn E-iJ o n ta. SOUTH TOPEKA. Items Intended for this column should be left with the Klrolia'.l FricUne cora rtnv. S3S Kanias avenue. Mr. Ada Moser -went to Meriden today to spend two days. I. W. UtKhower has taken a position with W. C. Steele. Mrs. Courtney received some more late styles m millinery this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Raub are the parents of a daughter, born yesterday. Mr. Johnson, of Wamego. and Mrs. "Lit tle, of Wilmington. 111., are visiting Mrs. James Stewart, of Maple Grove. We will eiva a campaign button FRF.S wih every purchase Saturday. Cost.ey & Post. Mrs. Malone, of Colorado Springs, was the ! i . t two dava thi week of Mrs. X. A. Faus, of 111) Van Buren street. Ti." Evening' Duplicate Whist club will meet this evening- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cosliey, 1113 Van Buren street- O. W. Petro has returned frbm a busi ness trip to the northern part of the state and will remain in town until after the election. Jerome Colvin will come up from New kirk. I. T.. SunJav evening and visit hia f uiuiy at 1123 Van Buren street until after the election. Mrs. M. C. Ekel, of East Gordon street came home yesterday from a visit of three weeks to friends in Columbus and Bala win. Kansas. Owir.gr '" the need of more room for new trirvrieii goods Mrs. Courtney will reduce the prices on ail street hats down to 25c. aim and Toe. Miss Ada Marsh left Wednesday for her home in V coster, Ohio, after a vjit of several weeks to Miss Flora. Curry of 1123 Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Faus left yesterday for their home in Port Clinton, Ohio, after visiting the family of their uncle, N. A. Faus, , of 1110 Van Buren street. Rev. E. E. Anderson has arrived frovi the western part of the state to assume the pastorate of the Silver Iake M. E. church. Hev. Mr. Adell who has been in charge of the church there will attend a theological sehoo this winter. Mrs. Fannie K. Perry, who has been vis iting her aunt, Mrs. G. I Musson, of 52S Grant street, since last Saturday, return ed to hr home in Omisha. Neb., Wednes ilfy. Mr. Ferry accompanied her he.e but on account ft buidnesa, was compelled to return on Sunday. The W. C. T. U. ladies will give a tem perance social Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. F. F. Davis, corner of Fair child and Quincy street. A programme, consisting of music, recitations and sjlos wiii be given. Amusements will also be provided. A free will offering will be so licited to assist in carrying on the wum. The funeral of Mr. Samuel Kerr will be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock from his late home. M2 Jackson street. Mr. Kerr formerly lived in Roesville and members of the if. W. A. lodge of th'it place were in North Topeka today mak ing arrangements fur the funeral. The services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. itaver. The interment will be ia the To peka cemetery. Miss Ethel Owen, of Topeka avenue, was the hostess Wednesday at a very en j yable hal'oweBEi party. - Ilex guests wete Eolith Gabriel. Metta Curry. Ujanehe Jones. Vera Bridge. Maggie Hurley. Mar e iiobb. Hazel Hh1:.-s. Edna Kineai,". Maud Packer, Oley Owens, Iavid Gabriel, Harry Iron. Ray MiKer, Eddie Fickie, James Falsom, Bi?rt Kingman, William Owen and William Mahan. A number of the friends of Mrs. Hiller grave her a delightful surprise party yes terday at the home of her daughter, Mr. Joseph Harden on cjuincy street. Th guests came before dinner and brought with them well idled lunch baskets. Din ner was served at the usual hour and the rest of the time wa spent in visiting. Tho?e present were: Mrs. Reed. Mrs. J. M. Hrvan, Mrs. Chenev, Mrs. Roth. Mrs. Adell of Pleasant Hiil, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs, Frank Hamilton. Mrs. Morsdorf. Mrs. George Supple, and Mrs. Cyrus K:st ler. Mar y guests from th country were unable to attend, the roads now being in such a. muddy condition. h HUGE CONSPIRACY To Get Possession of Millionaire Rice's Property. New York, Nov. 2. Charles F. Jones, the personal attendant of the late Wm. Rice who attempted to commit suicide yesterday, was visited in the hospital today by Dr. Christian who has him in charge. Ir. Christian said that Jones was very much improved. The hearing of the application by the proponents of the "Baker" will of the late Mr. Rice that a later will, which is aliesred to be in the possession of Albert T. Patrick, be placed on file in the office of the surrogate, was today adjourned until November 20. Assistant District Attorney Osbowl said today that it was his opinion that more than one man had been concerned in a general conspiracy to gret posses sion of Rice's property. He was asked if there would be any further arrests in the case and said not at this time, stat ing it would be first necessary to get the evidence. "'I shall take no steps until I have fully corroborated Jones' confession," he continued. "I shall be busy for five or six weeks In completing all the details of the case." DEATHS AND FUNEKALS. Pink Persley died Thursday at his res idence, S21 Kansas avenue, of consump tion. The funeral will be tomorrow at t o'clock from the residence. BuriaJ will be in the Rochester cemetery. Mra Iva S. Kog-f. wife of Walter Koger. of Pauline, died at her home this morning of pneumonia. The funeral wiii be held from the residence tomorrow at 3 o'clock. Dr. K. W. Stevens, of Cameron, Mo., father of Mrs. D. O. MtCray, died Thursday morning of paralysis. His daughter, Mrs. McCray, and errand daughter. Lena McCray. of Topeka, were at his bedside. The funeral will be held Saturday. Card of Thanks. I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to the officers of the Modern Woodmen of America for the prompt payment of the benefit certificate of $3,000 held by my late husband. If. J. Warner, al though the money can in mo measure take the place of the deceased- Long may your noble order live and da good. I wish also to thank Shawnee camp No. lisOO for their kindness and eip i the hour of affliction. MART C. WARNER. Geo. M. Buckmaster, V. C S. M. Rohring. Cierk- rOOTBALL. Lawrence and Return $1.05, via Santa Fa Eoate. "Washburn vs. Haskell. Tickets on sals November S, good until the 5th. Salt Lake City and Ogden, XJtah, via Santa Wo Route. On Tnesoavs, November 6, 13. 20 ajid 27, 1900, arui February 12, 19 and 2S, will sell tickets to the above named points at rate of J23 for one way and, J43 for round trip. The Golden Paper Stills Earned. Golden, Col., Nov. 2. The Golden pa per mills owned by R. C. Wells, were de stroyed by fire taia morning. Lass Sit,- Everybody eeia the Stata Journal. FOR GOOD U0ADS. A Congress to Be Held In Chicago Hot. 19-24. Chicago, Nov. S. Martin Dodge, direc tor of the office of road inquiry of the department of agriculture, and W. H. Moore, president of the Interstate Good Road and Improvement association, ar rived in Chicago last night after an ex tended tour of the interest in the west of good roads and other internal im provements. They came to complete the arrangements for the National Good Roads and Irrigation congress to be held in this city from November 13 "to 24. Delegations will come to Chicago to attend the congress from all parts of the United States. There will be consider able discussion of the construction of good roads to bring farmers and city people in closer contact with each other and of the dredging of internal streams and the extension and improvement of irrigation work throughout the coun try. A national committee representing ev ery state will be appointed by the con gress to present the subject to congress so that appropriations may be made to carry on the work. Bills will be pre pared by the congress for introduction into every state legislature so that uni form state legislation in regard to inter nal improvements may be arranged. Director Dodge and Mr. Moore are Tiighly elated over the success of their western tour. They covered mere than 17,C00 miles, visiting all the principal western cities. 'Ihey held good roads cisrfiver-tions in Topeka. Omaha. Sioux Fails, Boise City, Spokane, Seattle, Ta coma, San Francisco, Lcs Angeles and Denver, and formed state and district organizations of the interstate good roads and improvement association in each of these cities. CLEVELAND'S VOTE. Matter is Settled by His Goin Duck Hunting. New Tork, Nov. 2. Ex-President Cleveland arrived here today from Princeton and called to see his friend, K. C. Benedict, at the latter's office. Mr. Cleveland denied himself to all inter viewers. A representative cf the firm of Bene dict & Co. said that the ex-president and Mr. Benedict were going out of town for a few days. He understood they w-ere going on a duck shooting ex pedition down in Maryland; that they would not return before the latter part of next week. READ AT MIGHT. Novelist Will Speak at the Grand Opera House. Opie Read will speak Saturday night at the Grand opera house under the auspices of the Republican county cen tral committee. It was first arranged to have him speak Saturday afternoon at the Audi torium but the date was changed for an evening meeting and as the Auditorium has been engaged for tne Overmyer meeting the Read meeting was trans ferred to the opera house. WITH TONY PASTOR. Death Carries Away an Old Time Actor. New Tork, Nov. 2. Frank Giraud. better known by his stage name of Frank Girard, is dead at his home in Brooklyn, the. result of diabetes and paralysis. Mr. Giraud was sixty years old, and his life was an interesting one, leading from the blacksmith shop to the stage management of Tony Pastor's theater, in Manhattan. Mr. Giraud was born in Brooklyn, on July 7. 147, and, atler a meagre educa tion in the public schools, obtained em ployment in a blacksmith shop. Early in the sixties he became a minstrel with Dick Hooley. in the latter's opera house in Court street, Brooklyn. The young actor made a success, but enlisted in the volunteer navy, and was assigned to duty on the Merrimac, on which he served until the close of the civil war. Then he returned to the stage, ob taining an engagement with Tony Pastor as the latter's stage manager and an actor in the afterpieces whjeta were then much in vogue in variety houses. Ten years ago Giraud sesered his connection with Pastor and took a character part in "Vncie Tom's Cabin." Borne time later Giraud starred in a farsa comedy of his own, entitled "Cold Day When We Get Left." Two years ago Mr. Giraud gave up the theatrical business for good and de voted himself to the real estate busi ness. VIGOROUS LANGUAGE Used by President McKinley In a Letter From Canton. New York, Nov. 2. The following let ter was given out by Secretary Drake of the Business Men's Republican Sound Money association: "Canton, O., Nov. 1. "My Dear Mr. Strong: Public duty will not permit me to accept the invita tion to review the parade on November 3 of the organizations composing the Busintaa Men's Republican Sound Money association. I recall the inspir ing demonstration of four years ago and rejoice that now, as then, with undi minished ranks, citizens of ail parties are in line for national honor, public law, sound currency and industrial pros perity and. as in 1$j&, are arrayed against those who are inciting class hatred and discontent among people of our happy country. "We know no class distinctions in this fair land of ours. The American people will permit no stain tot be put upon the American name. "May these marching freemen and their patriotic allies throughout the country stamp out for ail time in this republic the evils of repudiation and dis honor. Very sincerely yours. "WILLIAM MC KINLET. "Hon. W. O. Strong, president Busi ness Men's Sound Money association, New York." BALLOT BOX FRAUDS. Anti-Imperialists' Offer Rewards For Arrest and Conviction. New Tork, Nov. 2. The campaign committee of the Anti-Imperialist clubs at a meeting recently decided to offer a reward of J100, for the arrest and con viction of any person illegally register ing and Illegally voting at the coming election. A. committee of lawyers was appointed to watch registrations and the polls. The committee is composed of Judson Harmon, E. W. Hinrichs. Ed ward M. Shepard, Austin G. Fox of New Tork, Edwin Buttitt Smith of Chicago and Herbert P. Bissell of Buffalo. Poster3 w ill be put up in every county of the state of New Tork warning voters and calling attention ta the reward. A SIMPLE QUESTION. Topeka People are Requested to Honest ly Answer This Is not the word of a representative cit izen of Topeka more convincing than the doubtful utterances of p?ople living everywhere else in the Union? Read this: Mr. F. T. Tale. 707 Quincy street, pho tographer at 617 Kansas avenue, says; "Kidney complaint bothered me for about two years. At first I paid little attention to the slight pain across the small of my back, but finally it grew so bad I could scarcely attend to my work. When I stooped it w with the great est difficulty that T could straighten, and the kindney secretions were unnatural, distressing and annoying. I was in pretty bad shape when I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Rowley & Snow's drug store, corner of Sixth street and Kansas avenue. I noticed decided re lief after the third dose, and on finishing the treatment the backache disappeared and the action of the kidney secretions was corrected." For sale by ail dealers: price, 50 cents, Foster-Maburtt Co., Buffalo, N. T., sole agents for the. United States. , Remember the name, Doan's, and take no substitute. FLIGHT OF THE COURT. How the Chinese Emperor and the Empress Dowager Escaped. Victor!, B. , C, Nov. 2. Yokohama advices, dated October 11, give interest ing details of the escape of the empress dowager and the emperor from Fekin, showing not only that they were in the city after the allies gained possession, but also that their flight was of the most hurried and even pathetic char acter. They left early on the morning Cf August 15, with a meagre escort, the two occupying the same conveyance, at Kwan they procured a camel, on whose back a sedan chair was fixed, and at Suen Hwa Hien four more were secured. They had neither luggage nor night robes, and for three nights were obliged to sleep on bare divans (brick beds warmed by a slow fire below), with no covering. They were unable to get proper meals and had to satisfy their hunger on rice gruel. On arriving at Hwai Lai. local officials lent their serv ices and from that on they escaped all the humiliations that they had thus far experienced. It seems that on the 10th of August the order to move the court from Pekin was issued, but there was no means of conveyance. On the morn ing of the ISth the artillery of the allies was heard, its roai" increasing until on the morning of the 11th the shells and bullets flew thick and fast. When at last it was reported that the gates had yielded, frantic preparations for flight were mad(. the little party hastening away .before daylight the following morning, only a few eunuchs, princes of the blood and Manchu peers accompany ing the imperial equipage. WAS 123 YEARS OLD. George 'Washington Freeman Horner Green, Aged Negro, Dead. New Tork, Nov. 2. George Washing ton Freeman Horner Green, a former negro slave, died in the almshouse at Hempstead, L. I., yesterday at the re puted age of 123 years. Green is said to have been born on a farm near Eliza bethport. N. J.. on- January 1, 1777. He was sold to a Virginia planter named Horner, by whom, it is said, he was sold to General Washington. In 1S12 he was made a free man. and then came north and was employed by George Green, a Long Island farmer, with whom he re mained for 40 years. Oreen's faculties remained unim paired until 15 years ago. when his sight and hearing began to fail and he en tered the poorhouse. where he has lived ever since. He used both whisky and tobacco, but is said never to have shown any bad effects from either. He was married several times, and !s said to have been the father of 37 children, most of w hom are dead. NEARLY KILLED BY A FALL Shopman Knocked Off a Freight Car Upon File of Trucks. John Steele, a carpenter In the freight car department of the Santa Fe shops was seriously hurt j,ust before noon to day. He was thrown from the top of a boxcar, being knocked off by coming In contact with an overhead timber. In failing Mr.Steeie landed with great force upon a pile of car-trucks. He was unconscious when picked up. His left arm was broken, there was a large cut in his left leg above the "knee and it is feared that he suffered serious internal injuries also. The injured man was taken to the Santa Fe hospital. He resides at 105 Clay street. Four New Cardinals. Washington, Nov. 2. It is understood at the next consistory to be held In Rome probaly this month. Mgr. Dolla Volpe, Maggior Domlo of the Vatican at Rome, Mgr. Tripepi. the assistant secre tary of state of the church at Rome; Mgr. Generi, assessor of the holr office &t Rome and Mgr. Delloleo, an archbish op in southern Italy will be made car dinals. l.D MISCELLANEOUS IDS. FREE MESSENGER FOR WANTS PULL a Postal Telegraph-Cable Box. or call by telephone No. 417 and have your Want Ads brought to The State Journal office by free messenger. No charge to you t"t messenger service- Cost of classi fied ads. 5 cents per line of six word to the line and every fraction thereof. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED White woman wants a place to cook: can do both meat or pastry. S. L., this office. WANTED Position as meat cutter or clerk in grocery store. Address T. F. S. 1009 Prospect ave. WANTED Position in clothing store by experienced young man; good references. Address A. It. care Journal. WANTED A plaee as housekeeper In widowers family; am a good cook; un derstand the care of children: good ref erences. Address or call at 613 Topeka avenue. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN, Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock cf watches, dia monds, silverware, etc Eyes examined and spectacles prvperiy Ued. meM WANTEDKALE HELF. WANTED A good blacksmith at Twin Mound. Kan. For particulars write A. W. Banker, Twin Mound. WANTED Men to work at Peters & Skin ner's nursery, near Shorey. WANTED A competent tailor. State insane asylum, Topeka. Apply WANTED Boys and men at Topeka nur series. Three blocks east of Santa Fe shops. WANTED Salesmen to sell our line of choice nursery stock. We give a wrintel guarantee that stock will be true to name. For terms, write to the Mount Hope Nura eries. Lawrence, Kansas. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Dish washer and dining room girl at Duncan's restaurant. !$ East Seventh St. WANTED A good lady cook, white pre ferred. Call at the Norris strret restaur ant Monday morning, North Ttpska. WANTED A competent girl for general housework. German or Swede preferred. Apply ilia Harrison St.- WANTED At once. S experienced dining room girls; transportation furnished. Russell House, Russell, Kan. WANTED Girl for general housework. 1201 Clay st. WANTED Gocd bread-balcer and cook. E. Kirk, Glasco. Kan. JWANTED-AGENTS AGENTS Article of absolute necessity In every building: no competi Ion; big pro fits: exclusive rghts; tat ure impossible. Agency Dept. 312, No. 27 William St., N.Y. WANTED SALEES WRITE for traveling, selling or adver tising: salary stiaifaht. Triumph Co., Dallas, Tex. r SALESMEN WANTED Full line cf nur sery stock; pay weekly; outfit free. Lawrence Nursery Co., Lawrence. Kaa. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To hire at once, horse and buggy to canvass county. Address Horae, Journal. WANTED By a young lady, a place to board in private family. Address K. K., care Journal. WANTED Pupils, shorthand; exper ienced teacher. 617 Tyler st. Lessjn 3c. WANTED To buy or rent a bakery. N. Ringeisen, box 271 Clay Center, Kan. WANTED-Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc.; highest price paid for same. Thomas Ward. Second-hand Store, Cor. Fourth and Monroe streets. WANTED Horses to winter. Plenty of feed and water. H. Chalmers, Tecum seh. WANTED Lace curtains and portieres to clean. Mrs. Fosdick. 725 Quincy st. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms and board; modern conveniences, lio West ern ave. FOR RENT Four desirable unfurnished rooms, en suite, down stairs. 714 Jack son st. FOR RENT Up stairs, five modern rooms, two halls and cellar. No. S13 E. 11th st.. $10. Apply 219 North Branner, east of shops. FOR RENT Two rooms nicely furnished. 222 Monroe st. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Modern 6 room house, cis tern; all conveniences cheap. 13Ui Van Buren t. FOR RENT Six room house and barn, city and cistern water, gas. 4sJ3 East Eighth street- FOR RENT 6 room cottage. In good or der, 5" East 6th, pantry and cellar, cis tern and well water, barn, coal houe. Ap ply to B. F. Golden, 215 West Tenth st. FOR RENT Nice 6 room house, stable and city water. 1115 Madison su FOR SALE MI3CELLAN EOUS. FOR SALE Horse, harness and buggy, buo E. Eleventh St., Kso.OO. FOR SALE Fresh cow. West st. John Foley, 1634 FOR SALE Five second- hand organs. good condition: your choice $5 to $lo each. Kimball Piano Co. FOR SALE Good phaeton and top bug gy, ool wuincy St. FOR SALE Good single buggy. J15.00. J. R. MeKeever, 1407 Western ave., or 21S East Fifth st. FOR SALE Gold Coin hard coal base burner; Oak eoft coal heater. 121 West ern ave. FOR SALE Owing to business arrange ments, owner wishes to sell stock of hares and hutches. Shamrock Rabbitry, 1106 West 13th sireet- FOR SALE! First-class household goods, 1 Kimball piano. 22s Kansas avenue, up stairs. FOR SALE Grocery stock and fixtures. 215 N. Branner et. FOR SALE Cow. Shorthorn and Jersey. 620 East Tenth st. FOR SALE New milk, skimmed milk, butter miik and cream, at Scott Rroa. Ice cream factory, Fouth and Taylor. FOR SALE A good oil stove for warming a room. Call at once at the Hull Stove Repair Co., 11S West Eighth at. FOR SALE-REAL ES TATE. FOR SALE Better buy while they are for sale: That large house on Fillmore, near 12th, city water, barn and sewer; liberal terms, low price. New cottage on Washburn car line, monthly payments. If desired. Two lots. 7th and Chandler, cheap. Eighty acre farm near Osage City. Two smalt houses. Walnut Grove. F. J. BROWN, 17 Columbian Bldg. FOR SALE Fine east front lots, good six room house, ater and shade, west side, seven blocks- cash or pay men tj. Address W. C care Journal. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND A pair of gold-rimmed glasses: owner can have same by calling at 1.S5 Tyler and paying for this notice. LOST Near Ninth and Kansas avenue, pocketbook containing $5 bill and val uable papers. Reward at 1U27 Western avenue. FOUND Where umbrellas are covered and repaired. 813 Kansas ave., upstairs. MONEY. TO LOAN Money on Topeka' real estate. Pay back monthly. Low interest rate. Shawnee Building and Loan Associattoa. See Eaatman, at 115 West Sixth street. MONET TO LOAN on live stock, planoa, organs, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. ia Kan. ave MISCELLANEOUS. STOCK WINTERED Ijow rates, good care, 5 miles out. Box Ml N. Topeka, E. M. Stanley. SURGEONS. Henry W. Rcby. M. T., SURGEON. 730 Kansas avenua. Residence, Twenty first st. and Kansas ave. Topeka, Kan. MAGNETIC H BALING. J. A. EUI.LOCK, NETTIE R BULLOCK. 813 Monro, graduates of the American Institute of Science. Consultation free. HAIRGOODS SWITCHES, CHAINS. WIGS: your own design to order. Stiltman's Freckle Cream. Mrs. Hatae Van Vleck. 220 E. 6th. PAVING. THE OFFICE of the Capital City Vitrified Brick and Paving Co.. naa Deen removes to 1X5 West Eighth street. CREMATORY. THE CP.EMATORT CO. 1" now located at 214 East Fifth St., where orders may be left for cleaning alleys. Contracts made for the year, if desired. Telephone 817. TRAINED NURSES. TRAINED NURSE can be secured at No. 5 Ross Building. Also vapor bath and massage treatments. WATCHMAKER WATCHES cleaned, TSc; clocks. F0r: main springs, 75c; crvstals, 10c. Cash paid for old gold or silver. All work guaranteed. Old jewelrv exchanged for new. If hard up, see Uncle Sam, e!2 Kansas avenue. MACHINEJ3HOJjS WANTED Guns to repair or exchange on new one. Razors ground. 'Golden Rule" Machine Works. 514 Kansas ava. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER STORAOE Co., packs, ships and stores nousenoia n.?a Te! litt i!lrfnr. Skinnr. 1231 JsL goods. 6th st FLORISTS. MRS. J. R. HAGUE, Florist, successor to R. J Groves, 817 Kamaa ave. 'Phone 02. CUT FLOWERS and floral designs at Hayes'. 107 West Eighth st. 'Phone S8S. PHOTOS. ANT STTLE PHOTO MADE ANT plrce, any time, dayor night. Nichols' Studio, toe Kansas avenue. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. T. D. HUMPHREYS, Lawyer. Columbian building. Room S BICYCLE 3. TOPEKA CYCLE CO.. 112 West Stn Tei. 7w. Bicyclea and sundries.; bicycles and tandems for rent; repairing of all kinds. V- S. CYCLE CO., 118 E. Sth st. Nati onal ' and Union bicyclea. Sundries,' repairs. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. L. A. RYDER. M. D. OFFICE and residence ccrner Gordon St.. and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214. Uses the Brlnkerhoff system of rectal treatment, a successful and painless treat ment for piles, fistula, hanure, ulceration, etc. IDA C. BARNES, M. D.. Office 732 Kansas ave. RestdenC3 Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: S a. m., to 11 a. m.. and 3 p. m., to 5 p. m. Telephone 533 residence and lffi office. DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathlat. CjS Kansas ave. Telephone 402. PATENTS. F. M. COMSTOCK. J. A. ROSEN. Mechanical Engineer. Patent Att rnr. Ccmstock Rosen, Solicitors of Paten's. Expert drawings and specifications. Working drawings made and construction superintended. Rooms S to 6, Roaen block. 41s Kan. ave., Topeka. FREE Our new handDook on ptent Fischer A Thorpe, patent lawyers and solicitors. Junction b!dg, Ninth and Main sts Knsa City. Mo. Tel. "Union 114." TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap plication for a permit to se.i it t u eat ing liquor, according to law. at 4v4 Kan sas avenue, in the Second ward of the city of Topeka. is now on nie in the of fice of the probata judge of Shawnee eountv, Kansas. The hearing of the same is set for Tuesday, at 9 o clock a. in., No vember 27th, 1M, F. B. WALLACE. MUSIC. VOCAL: MR. VINCENT GRAHAM, Baritone. Instruction in vocal cultiva tion. Advanced students coached In styie. and tradi;ion. Old Italian method. Spe cial Instruction for concert or church ser vices. Studio. SCO Tyier st. PROF. 1 HECK, teacher of violin and other Instruments. Studio kJS Qulncjr. SPEC IALISTS. DR. C. H. GUIBOR, Disease cf the Nose, Throat and Lungs. o6 Kansas avenue. STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCILS THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 7S4 Kan. Ave. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade checks. Prices low. Catalogue Iree. Tel. am. you want the latest thing in NECKWEAR you will find it at The Continental. w ti a Ike Advantage of the Special Prices on TOMORROW Continental The roOOCOOOOC)OOCODOOCXXXXXXX) Feel liooirrv, Don't You? Select from tho following; fresh arrivals and have an extra fine lunch or dinner. New Mackerel, New Holland Herring, Itoll Herring, Marin irte Herring, Hamburger is Anchovis, Norway Caviar, Bra banter Sardellen, New Sour Kraut, Frrsh Dill Pickles. I'rpsli Boar Pickles, Frenh Sweet l"ek les. Pickled Pius Fcf-t, Ifckb'd Tripe, Imported Hwis C'hoewf, Domestic Swiss Cheese, llrick Cheese, Limburgcr Cheese, New York Cheooe. Also everything in the line of Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish, Oysters and Poultry. Give u a trial order. Courteous treatment. F. P. ZIMMERMAN, 70S Kansas Ave. 'Phone IJS. X OCOCCXDCXOOCXXXXXXXXXXXDOCO No Danger Of contracting Sickness. If you uss Pure Water That's the kind fur nished by the TopekaWatorCo. Telephone 12X 625 Quincy Street. 'i f V M 1 5 ' fiitii-'lt i I 'itAi-.V - ) f i. ? Vv -i.? Two Fast Trains Daily FROM KANSAS FOINTS TO Denver, Salt Lake, San Fran cisco, Portland, AND ALL POINTS WEST. Through Palaca Sleepora, Chair Car, Pullman Ordinary Weeper, Duties Cars, Meal a la Carta. Cslr 71 Ssurs ta Fsrtla&l From Kansas City. I'a CVxts List Sets Xt. For ticket and full information call on F. A LEWIS, City Ticket Agent. Or J. C. FULTON, Depot Agent. T3 lb ':' lib, I -7 t it id:. llir Best Dining Car Service. 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