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TOPEKA STATE JOURXAIi, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1900. ti .... i t: -. . - 1 7 ... ' " : ,-." -.- ".; . . .; ' , .v a . i .4-. t. . - j ... i. . :. .' :.. " .i.. .. : - 1 Syru MIGS Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious op costive. resents in lite most accepfae&nrt the laratjre principles of plants ' Anowjt to net snost Zc7ejcjaJy: TO CET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE MANF'D. BY CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCOL SAN FRANCISCO CAL. LOUISVILLE , KY. NEW YORK. N.TC for se by dnifffrsTs prrce- SO per 6otm. TELEPHONE 4c - t -tr. -tc FOR Charcoal AND Kindling, Fourth and Jackson. Tele. 530. -te -tt -tt lllllll c-c-ooo04ocvoo04oo O - The Kaw Valley Brand o o o o o o o o -OP Mince Meat M A NTJFACTUKEP BY Chas. Wolff Packing Co. la made of the very best, and strictly pare and healthful ingredients. Your grocer keeps it buy some. It will make the best fllMCE PIES you ever tasted. o o CHDIXEY CAPS L CAST IROJ Ash Pit Doors, Grates, Thresholds, Pig Troughs, Etc TOPEKA FOUNDRY 2nd and Jackson. Best Dining Car Service. slj Dsjsl ia Chlcags Da llss Elevate! Los 'fl KRESS & HEAD kMlfi'OISESGURED mcsijat hnme by an invisible device : helps r. ai f lUttem rieIpeTe,ftril rcmpdla hare fiiel. Jdusie, Hps ear ft! W. Jtfusic, FREE &.!i-ad)ustinff. 1. sed and endorsed by y4c:u. Wmc to F. Hiscex. Mg La SnmSl,timik, K. J, lot 4&.pagt baek So? U U Li hDL iivl Ui spoRTirr hews. Corbett Will Retire From the King He Sajs. Hereafter to Devote His Atf gn- tion to His Cafe. CANXOT, GET FIGHTS. Hints That All the Top Notch ers Fear Him. Terry McGovern Signs to Battle Ben Jordan. New York, Nov. 27. James J. Cocb-ett will, within a few days, permanenrtly retire from the prize ring. Formal a n- nouncement of hia intention will be made at a banquet to be tendered the pugilist by a large numberof his frientls. Thereafter toe will devote his attentions to iii3 cafe and permit others to strug- ele for the honors of the sauared circle. In Tef erring to hie proposed action, Che former . champion said: "I do not see that I will gain anything by longer remaining in the game, mere ia no money or glory for me in beating second-raters, and I am unable to get on a match with the leaders. "Fitzsimmons could not be induced to enter the ring with me again, for he has not forgotten how near he came to deteat in the sixth round at Carton City. "It seemed to me that after the grs at fight I gave Jeffries I was entitled to another battle. I made an effort to g:et on with the champion again m aay kind of a bout from six to twenty-five rounds. Finally Brady consented t a six-round bout, and so wrote to I. I VI. Houseman, manager of the Tattersalls A. C of Chicago. I posted a. forfeit, a. id it was then up to Jettnes. What did he do? Why, he repudiated the matoh made by his manager, and refused to meet me m any kind of a bout. Now, -of course, there may be a disposition to doubt my assertion that Brady autho r ized a match between Jeffries and m,y self. I have the proof, and can produie it any minute." faeveral of Corbett s warm friend s, learning of his purpose to retire, haie arranged a banquet to the boxer, whi h will probably take place at the Waldorf- Astoria in about ten days. CAKDINAXS LOSE HEIDRICB"- McGraw "Wants Sim For Ealtimons San Diego After Burkett St. Louis, Nov. 7.It is highly likely that Johnny McGraw will induce the much-abused Emmett Heidrick to 'jump" the St. Louis National Leajrue club and take up his next summer's abode in Oysterville, playing with the American league aggregation. McGraw has great respect for Heidrick's abiiSty as a ball player. McGraw and Heidrick have ever been the best of friends, find "wise Johnny" may induce the latter to play under him. Heidrick's loss would be a serious one to the St. Louis club. When right he is one of the star all-around players of the game, liis fielding and base running being above par and his "bingling" generally foot ing up around the .325 mark. Jesse Burkett may play ball on the coast this winter. He is in receipt oil an offer to join the San Diego (Cal.) c;lub and cover its left garden the remaimder of the season. Donlin is a member of the same club, and it was at his sugi rc;s- tion that the management wrote Buir- kett, asking him to come west and hflp them land the championship of fjhe California league. Burkett is restijig at his home at Worcester. Mass.. ancl is reported to be thinking seriously of making the trip across the contim ;nt. According to the Sporting Life, Hugh Jennings, secretary of the Players' Pro tective Association, has written Burk'Stt, telling him not to sign for next sea:xm until after December 10, and advising him to correspond with Harry Taylcr, their counsel. Charley Karrell. of tlie Superbas, who lives at Marlboro, Masii., has received a similar letter from Jen nings, and it would indicate that tlie P. P. A. was going to have, a voice Jin the settlement of affairs. JTGOVEBN SIUNS. Agrees to Meet Jordan in Chicag.o For $5000 Purao. Chicago, 111., Nov. 27. Terry "Mc Govern today signed articles to meet Ben Jordan, of England, in a six-routi d contest at Tattersall's some time i.n January or February. The fight is to le for the international featherweight championship and a purse of $5,000'. Slanager Lou Houseman, after pro curing McGovern's signature, forwa;rded the articles to Dr. Ordway, the Acw York representative of the National Sporting club, of London, who is look ing after Jordan's interests in America. As Jordan offered to meet McGovern for a purse of $3,500 in London, it is be lieved that the Englishman will havei no hesitancy in making the match for-the Chicago offer. McGovern agrees to let Jordan weigh In at 122 pounds at 3 o'clock the day of the fight. M'COT IGNORED IN" "WILL. Hoosier Fighter Gets No Part of Bis Grandmother's Estate. Eushville, Ind., Nov. 27. The will of the late Mrs. Anne Campbell, formerly of Indianapolis, grandmother of "KUd" McCoy, the pugilist, . was probated in this city today. She failed to mention McCoy, but bequeathed the bulk of ther estate, amounting to several thousand dollars, to his four sisters Mrs. Jennie Thomas of Colorado, Miss Georgia A. Selby of Chicago and the Misses Mabel and Grace E. Selby of New York. KELLEY FOB, THE REDS. Great Baltimore Player to Go "With Cincinnati Ball Team. Cincinnati, Nov. 27. John J. McGraw, captain of last season's St. Louis team, who will manage the Baltimore team in the American league next season, passed, through this city yesterday en route from St. Louis to his home. Mc Graw was here but a few hours. As usual, the little giant as in perfect con dition, not having chajiged in the least during iiis six weeks' rest. Mac was willing to discuss baseball affairs during his sojourn here and gave some very interesting facta. When asked if he had heard anything to the effect that the Cincinnati club was making an effort to secure Joe Kelley to manage the Reds next season, McGraw replied: "It is my private opinion that Kelley is being considered for the Cincinnati management. I have not been told so by any one in authority, but I am judg ing the matter solely on what I have gathered while conferring with baseball men. So far as I know, Kelley has heard nothing definite. He is in Baltimore, where I saw him a few days ago. Kelley is under the impression, however, that he may ba here next year, &nd he told me that if he had to leave Hanlon there was not a city in the country where he would rather play than in Cincinnati. "As for Kellev's ability to manage, have not the least fear. I think that he is as capable as any player in the league. He knows all of Hanlon's methods." VALUABLE COLT DEAD. A. Featherstone Loses Half-Brother of Tommie Atkins. Lexington, Ky.,Nov. 27. Featherstone has lost by death the valuable yearling colt by Doctor McBride, dam Quesai, This youngster was sold last June at Gravesend to Mr. Featherstone for $7,500. He was a half-brother to Tommie Atkins, Trumpet, Maximo Gomez and David Tenney, who raced successfully in England last season. The los3 of the colt is a severe one to his owner, as great hopes were placed in him for next year on account of his superior breed ing, as Quesai, the dam, has thrown nothinf but winners. Mr. Julius Bauer, the trainer for the Featherstone stable, will leave today for New York, but will return in a short time to begin preparation for next sea son's campaign with twenty-four year lings, now at Kenmore stock farm. BADGERS BREAK TRAINING. Game "With Brown on Thanksgiving Day Falls Through- Madison, Wis., Nov. 27. There will be no game with Brown this year. Tne question was left entirely with the team and today at the training table they almost unanimously decided not to play. Financial reasons also probably af fected this decision to some extent, as the Brown authorities demand a guar anty of $2,500. This settles the question of "further games for the Badgers, and today the men are breaking training:. The annual banquet to.tne team will be given at the Capitol hotel Tuesday night. EDICT AGAINST FOOTBALL. Game Prohibited by Northern Indi ana Normal School Faculty. La Porte, Ind., Nov.27 The faculty of the Northern Indiana normal school, which enrolls about 3,000 students, has Issued an edict prohibiting the playing of football, with the statement that it is to be enforced. This is the first large college in the west to openly wage war on the game. Pfeffer's Baseball School. Chicago, 111., Nov. 27. Fred Pfeffer, the famous second baseman of the Chi cago National league team, is to start a school for base ball. He has secured a lease of Hand's park, at Sixty-seventh street and fatoney Island avenue, and is now engaged in getting together whaf he Intends to be the strongest nine playing in Chicago outside of the pro fessional leagues. Pfeffer himself will play second base, and first base. Pfeffer will give regular instructions in the fine points of the great national game. He expects to divide up his pupils Into classes, and believes such a school will pay. Pfeffer has had experience at actual coaching, having trained the teams of Princeton and Wisconsin uni versities. He also Is given credit for being the originator of the double um pire idea. CROSBY IS ELECTED. Cheyenne County Will Be Represent ed by a Populist. The Republican state committee has been claiming the election of A. B. Smutz for representative in Cheyenne county. The official count Indicates the elec tion of Josiah Crosby, Populist, by a majority of 69. Crosby has by this been chosen for a third term. He was first elected in 1896; re-elected in 1898, and again re elected in l'JOO. Crosby lives at St. Francis. 1904 Campaign Started. Chicago, Nov. 27. Chairman Stewart of the Prohibition national committee announced today that funds for the campaign of 1904 are already being col lected and that it was the intention of the party leaders to make even a more vigorous campaign than the last one. William T. Wardwell of New York for the past twelve years secretary of the Prohibition national committee, has tendered his resignation because of ad vancing age and general feeble health. Rheumatism Cured in a Day. Mvstic Cure for Rheumatism and Neu ralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days. It3 action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents and $1.00. Sold by Swift & Holliday, 623 Kansas avenue, Topeka. Builds up the system: puts pure, rich blood in the veins; makes men and wo men strong and healthy. Burdock Blood Bitters. At any drug store. photec twu rKwri MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG AND SfCK WOMEN WELL, HICHandPOORauke Psriptioo KANSASJ1EWS. As the Klondike at Soldiers' Home Fades Awaj The Canteen Profits Increase With Rapidity. 117 PER CENT IN 1899. Only 60,992 Gallons of Beer Sold Last Fear. Veterans With Pension Money Made Welcome. Leavenworth, Nov. 27. This city ia rejoicing that a method has at last been found to rid the county of the Klon dike, and will see that the old soldiers enjoy full protection in the city. There is even more cause for rejoicing at the Soldiers' home. At the home there is a canteen at which beer and soft drinks only are sold, the profits of which go to provide amusement and extras for the veterans of the home. Since pension day the canteen has been liberally pa tronized, and money that formerly went to the Klondike is kept at the home and Indirectly distributed among the vet erans. From the profits of this canteen there has been built an amusement hall at a cost of $15,000, besides the money spent in bringing theatrical troups to tne nome ana providing for their en tertainment. Last year there were sold at the can teen 60,992 gallons of beer, which cost $11,533.97, the sale of which netted a profit of $13,504.58. or 117 per cent. In Klondike's five acres today gloom was thick enough to cut with a knife. Frowsy, tough looking joint keepers sat oemnu ineir ill-smelling oars witn only their disconsolate thoughts for company, while frowsier and tougher looking wo men, the lowest of the low, stood about. blear-eyed and drink-befuddled, waiting for the victims who came not. In fifty five joints and dives and other places tnere was gnashing of teeth, as the nasty crew discerned its finish in the opera tion of Governor Rowland's order. Even on the Pike road, outside the Klondike and some distance from it, the joint keepers and road-house proprietors are aoing nothing for the order was ap plied to them as well as to their breth ren in the Klondike. Building property on the south limits of the city bide fair to take on a boom, as many of the joint keepers have stated their intention of moving into town, since they see that Governor Rowland s order is effective. Mayor Neely has stated that no Klon dike methods would be tolerated in the city, and no doubt he means what he says. There are several places in the southern part of the city, five near Fourth and Marion streets, one a coke dive, at the Black bridge, and one at the corner of Fourth and Limit streets. but they are constantly under the eyes of the police and are conducted In an orderly manner. The old veterans will not even walk past Klondike, and the cars to town are crowded with them, coming In to spend their pension money where they at least get value received for it. A BULLET IN HIS HEAD. Colored Man Refuses to Stop Work For Little Thing Like That. Fort Scott, Nov. 27. George Williams, the colored man whom Joe Hall shot about three weeks ago, sending a big bullet from an old cap and ball pistol under his left eye and through his head to the base of the skull, has been chop ping wood and making $1.50 per day for more than a week, ibis incredu lous story was heard last evening by Robert Campbell, attorney for Hall, and he ran down and found it to be a. fact. The ball is still buried In Williams' head. When he was first shot no doc tor in town would have given a penny for his life. There was thought not to be one show in a hundred for his recov ery. The authorities kept holding Hall to give Williams a chance to die, but he lingered, and finally there began to be hope of his recovery. Dr. MeLemore, the attending physician, has not seen him for some time, but he announced over a week ago that he would get well. WORK OF HASKELL INSTITUTE Excellent Progress Reported From the Kansas Indian School. Washington, D. C, Nov. 27. The an nual report of the superintendent of Haskell Institute, the Indian school at Lawrence, Kas., has been received at the Indian office, and contains much in formation of interest. It states that good progress has been made on the buildings under construction there, and recommends that the plans for additions to the schools be enlarged by the erec tion of a building for the accommoda tion of 200 pupils. The outing system has beera tried at the school, with satisfactory results. During the months of July and August an average of fifty girls and seventy- five boys have been at work on the farms within a radius of fifteen miles of the school, at good wages. In each case the money they secured has been deposited with the school authorities. and one-half of it saved for the pupiL, while the other half has been spent by the pupil under the supervision of the superintendent. The average attendance of the school during the year was 600, equally divided between the sexes. TOWN WILL BE DARK. Welsbach Company Concludes Coffey- ville Has No Need For Gaslight. Coffeyville, Nov. 27.-Almost a year ago the Welsbach Mantle company put up six or eight big gas street lights at prominent points in the city to demon strate what could be done in gas light- ng. jmo definite proposition was made although it was generally known that 100 of the lights could be had for about $1,400 per year. The council would not consider the gaslight proposition, and went to work for electric lights, which are now being put in. The Welsbach people are now taking down their lights, and until the new electric lights go in the town will be In utter and abject darkness. MYSTERIOUS POISONING. Burlington Woman Dies Under Pe culiar Circumstances. Burlington, Kas., Nov. 27. Mrs. Charles H. Crowl died at Leroy Satur day afternoon under very mysterious circumstances. A coroner's Inquest was held and 4t was found that death was caused by poison. But it does not find by whom it was administered. No ar rests have been made. Mr. and Mrs. Crowl lived with Mr. Crowl's mother, and so far as anyone knows they lived happily together. They recently came from Ohio, and brought about $500 with them, Mrs. Crowl taking care of it. Saturday Mr. Crowl asked hia wife for the money. She had about $25. she having already given him the rest. She did not want to let him have it. and they had some words, which he swears were not harsh. She looked through one pillow for the money. and "was sewing it up again, when she became very sick with cramps. A doc tor was called, but she died after sev eral hours. She said before her death that she had taken nothing, but said she had written to her father, and he would come as soon as he got the letter. The stomach, kidneys and liver were taken to Kansas City to be examined by a chemist. The money has not been found. There had been some strychnine in the house. IN A SALOON ROW. A Number of Miners Engage in a Fight and One Is Killed. Pittsburg, Nov. 27. A bloody fight took place In the Mount Carmel Coal company's camp, located at Frontenac, four miles north of this city, at a late hour last night, and when it ended Oddemini Gioachinio was dead with two bullet wounds in his breast, while a number of the other participants were stabbed and cut, some seriously. The trouble started in a joint, kept by Beraito Cassinoi, in that portion of the town known as Little Italy, and was the culmination of an old grudge carried from the old country to America by the murdered man and his murderers, who are supposed to be Charley and Barney Canova and Ben Cook, fellow country men. The three men aggravated the assault, it is claimed, for the express purpose of having an excuse to murder Gioachtnio, the English of which is Jackson, and when he pulled a knife and began to slash at his tormentors they knocked him down and shot him. after thrusting knives into the prostrate body several times. A number of others were mixed up in the affair, and Vin zenzo Garigletti, Charley Canova, Dom ini Odulino, Ben Cook, Tom Torcella. Peter Cambinio and Joe Silva are all under arrest. Barney Canova, the man who is thought did the actual shooting, made his escape. The murdered man was 42 years of age. FIRE AT M'PHERSON. Merchants' Hotel Destroyed and Sev eral Persons Injured. MePherson, Nov. 27. The most disas trous fire of the pa-st two years occurred at MePherson Monday when the Mer chants' hotel, a large 3-story brick build ing, burned to the ground. As the fire was discovered on the third floor before it had gained much headway, an alarm was turned in quickly and all the guests escaped in safetv. But later, as the build ing collapsed, several firemen were buried in the mass of brick, mortar and timber. Those injured are: Dick Wilson, cut about head, neck ancl lees. Theo. Brentano,2 seriously bruised and cut about head and body; was entirely buried under the debris. Stuart Baird, was buried under several feet of debris, and was not rescued for 30 minutes, but when taken out was able to walk home. Joe Parrett was causrht in the timbers and his leg badly bruised: sustained other injuries, but none of them are considered serious. F. D. Street and Ray Teal, who were assisting in removing the furniture from the second floor, by the falling of a porch were hurled to the sidewalk, and besides being badly bruised, Street s nose was broken and Teall's ankle dislocated. Several others had narrow escapes, but physicians express hopes for the recovery or an. The buildinfr. which belongs to Bennett R. Wheeier of Topeka, as receiver for n Boston trust company, was sold last Fri day to ii. x . carpenter or anna. and tna papers were to have been signed today. The amount of the insurance on the build ing is not known here, but C. Ceisielski. who has been proprietor of the hotel the past year, eamea $i,ow insurance on tne turniture, most ot wnlcn was saved, though badly damaged. WED AT FIRST SIGHT. Aged Atchison County Man and Kan sas City Girl Have a Romance. Atchison, Kan., Nov. 27. Helena Benton of Kansas Citv. Mo., (rot off the cars at the Atchison depot Monday and waved a oouquet or yellow nowers. The signal was recognized by Daniel Boatwright of Lan caster, Atchison county, who joined her. They then proceeded to the court house and were married. The marriage is said to have been the result of correspondence, and that they met for the first time in Atchison today. He is a farmer, 60 years old. She is about twenty years his junior, and good looking. A Very Old Coin. George H. Davis has a very old Span ish coin. It is dated 1792 and i3 in a per fect state of preservation. Upon one side is the image of the king, and the In scription "Corolus IIII. Dei Gratia 1792." Upon the other side is a crown, two columns, a scroll upon which is in scribed "Plus Ultra," and around the edge are the words "Hispania et Ind. Rex, Mae. 8 R. I. J." Mr. Davis' grand father gave it to him, and it has been In the family over sixty years. MePher son Republican. Johnson Weary of Life. Wichita. Kan.. Nov. 27. Victor John son, a Swede, who had worked on Llnebar & Kuehler s thrashing machine, hung himself on a hedere tree near Godard, eleven miles southeast of here last night. Johnson was paid off by Mr. Kuehler Sat urday nignt ana was tola ne neea not work any more. His discharge was the result of complaint by other men on the machine that he had acted queer and they thought he was crazy. i Masons at Fort Scott. Fort Scott, Kas., Nov. 27. The south western, Kansas Scottish Rite Masons held a reunion here today for the initi ation of a class of thirty into the Fort Scott consistory. The reunion will last four days and will be followed Friday by a meeting of the Mystic Shriners of Abdallah temple of Leavenworth, which will be attended by prominent Masons of Kansas. Killed While Hunting. Winfleld. Kas., Nov. 27. Asbury P. Thorp was accidentally shot and killed while hunting. He pulled a W inchester rifle from a buggy and the gun was dis charged. The bullet went through his chest, killing him instantly. He was 30 years old, and leaves a widow and three children. Children Aid Galveston. Fort Scott. Kas.. Nov. 27. The chil dren of the public schools of this city Light Green Hair Do yon w.nt tnis color for your kir ? Then we ca't telp yoo. But if yoo wint your grty tir restored to the beauti ful dirk, rick color it used to live, Ayer's Hir Vigor will give it to yon every time. Yon know it's aot t dye, it's a itir-f ood. Tkere is no need of looking old before your time. If you do not obtain th bne0t Ton desire from DB6 of the Vigor, write tbo Doc!r about it. He will tell yon )ut the rle ht tbingtodo. Addxeu.Ur. J. U. Avis, IxiwuU, 9 The Kind You ITavo Always In use for over 30 years, and sonal supervision since Its infancy. '-i4Z' Allow no one todeenive you in tlii. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-g-ood" nro bufc Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment, What is CASTOR! A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other XarcotJo substance. Its ag-e is its g-uarantee. It destroys AVoriui .and allays Peverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates tbo Stomach and Bowels, giving bcaltby and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S7 Bears the The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Oyer 30 Years. 6okJkeepio, Shorthand. Telegraphy, Pegmaachin, Pboae 41. 521-51 Qulacy SL "HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH nA -(L )) (( J) today contributed $40 in pennies, nickels ana dimes to the public schools of Gal veston in response to an appeal from the superintendent of schools of that city for financial aid in re-establishing the schools there that were destroyed by the recent storm. Woman Accidentally Shot. Kingman, Kas.. Nov. 27. A Mrs. Self, traveling from Hutchinson to Oklahoma, was accidentally shot Monday near New Murdoek. A dog started a rabbit and the husband asked for the gun. When it was returned by the little boy the hammer caught and discharge! the con tents in the woman's right arm, nearly severing it from the body. Fifteen Years For Murder. Lawrence, Kas., Nov. 27. Judge Rlggs today sentenced Frank Garment, con victed of murder in the second degree, to fifteen years in the penitentiary. Gor raont'p crime was the killing of his wife In a most brutal manner. He struck her three blows on the head with a neckyoke. William McDougal, a mem ber of a worthless gang of beggars and thieves known as the "Smoky Pilgrims." was given eight years for criminal as sault on his small niece. Dr. J. W. Brock Dead. T.eavenworth. Kan., Nov. 27. Dr. J. W. Brock, a noted army surgeon, died at his home here Monday. He served throuKli the Civil war In the Sixty-sixth Ohio vol unteers. Do not get scared if your heart troubles you. Most likely you suffer from indiges. tion. Kodol Dvspepsia Cure diKests what vou eat and 6ives the worn out stomach perfect rest. It is the only preparation known that completely digests all classei of foods: that is why it cures the wor-t cases of Indigestion and stomach troubla after everything else has failed. It mar be taken In all conditions and cannot help but do you good. At all drug stores. ATTKACT1YE TOURS. For the Winter Via Santa Fe Route. Carlsbad. N. M., and return $33.35 City of Mexico and return 67.05 Hot Springs, Ark., ana return z'jmv Deming, N. M., and return El Paso. Tex., and return 4: 40 Galveston, Tex., and return 31.35 Jimenez, Mexico, and return 56.15 Lake Valley, N. M., ana return... 4,t.ij Las Cruces, N. M., and return 43.40 Los Angeles, Cal., and return 50.00 Phoenix, A. T., and return 65.00 Prescott, A. T., ana return ta.mi Roswell. N. M., and return 29.T.5 San Antonio, Tex., and return 30 6) San Francisco, Cal., and return 90 0 Santa Rosalia, Mex., and return.. ftt.l5 Silver City, N. M., and return 4:1.40 Socorro. N. M., and return 43.40 Round trip tickets to above points on sale daily at rates quoted. Tickets to California, Prescott, Phoenix. Tuscon, Guaymas, and to City of Mexico are good for nine months. All other tickets are good until June 1, 19ul. For particulars of service, descriptive folders, etc., apply to T. L. King, agent. Topeka. Piles Cured Without the Knife. Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. No cure, no pay. All druKtriHts are authorizea Dy me manuiaciurem or Pazo Pile Ointment to retund the money where it fails to cure any case of pile no matter of how long standing. Cures or dinary cases in six days; the worst cases In fourteen days. One application gives ease and rest. Relieves itching instantly. This is a new discovery arid is the only pile remedy sold on a positive guarantee, no cure, no pay. Price, 60 cents. If your druggist don't keep it in stock send us 50 cents in postasre stamps and we will for ward same by mail. Manufactured by Paris Medicine Co.. St. Loula, Mo. Manu facturers of Laxative Bromo-QulnIn and Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Everybody reads the Stata Journal, n d) r 4" I n j l t f , I Bought, and which has been has borne the eipnatnre of has been made under his pvr- Signature of E. . S'MOBS. X. VL r EH WELL, : : x DeMOSS & PENWELL Funeral Directors and Embalmers. FTjst-Class Service at reaaom able prices. 511 Quincy St., Topeka, Kaa. Telephone ioa. X Why suffer the pangs of rheumatism when i I KOHL'S I I RHEUMATIC ! ! CURE t gives quick relief and J permanent cure. t Ail Druggist. Price $1.03. Rest and Health to Mother and Child MRS. WINSLOW'8 BOOTHTVI flTRl'l haj b4en used for over Kl FT Y TBAKJ BY MIIJJOMi OF MdTHKhH for Kiolr CHlLL'hKN WMlLiS TfcKT MI N'J. wll PKKKECT FVCCKSJ. It H 'l H KS th CHILL). BOKTFNS the fJTMS. AI-I.AVJ all I'AIN. CUKKS M INI) CalA: and ia the best remedy for DIABKHuKA. H H by uruKtrista In every jrt or u worio. He sure to ask for "Mrs. Wlnalow a 8o"ib- ing Syrup" and lake no other kind. ty-nva cents a bolt la. W ' " " a!! J""! COUCH SYHUP' Cures a Cough or Cold at once. Cvnqurrs Croup, VhoTiiiif-Cnt!i(h, ftmnrbnl, CriiTc sod ( onuumption. Omc k, put r'-i!'t. Dr.buU llUcurCnUptiO. ftOpUlalu. ft j Monthly payments. Lonar or Suor6 ) Time. Privilege to la.y. S Capitol Building and Loan Assoc.'n 534 KANSAS AVE.