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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1900.
4 TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL BT FRANK P. MAC LENNAN. VOLUMT XXVII. ..No. 2&a TEBM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally eoition. delivered br carrier. 10 cents a wee to anv part of Topeka or suburbs, or at the lime price In any Kan sas town where the paper has a carrier vstem. mm a By mall, one year 2 By mail, three months -JO Weekly edition, one year -ou PERMANENT HOME. Topeka State Journal building. 8"0 and t02 Kansas avenue, corner of Eighth. JZV.TV YORK OK?-'ICE. Temrle Court Bldg. A. Frank Richardson, Mgr. CTTTCAOO OTVICTI. Ptock Exchange B'd(r. A. Frank Richardson, Mgr. LONDON OFFICE. 12 Red Lion Court. Fleet S treat. T17T .T?PtTn VTTQ P.slnes Office Bell 'Phone Vn Reoorters' Room Bell 'Phone 677 There Is no probability of an end of the boom In prices until the real estate market has its turn. Perhaps no one will feel more truly thankful or with better cause than your uncle, Mark Hanna. If Capt. Oberlin M. Carter isn't turned loose soon he may conclude to blab. A word to the -wise, etc Secretary Long got through his annual report without any reference to the Schley-Sampson controversy. Gen. Joe "Wheeler 13 reminded that there are still some wars in progress. In which he has not had a hand. Who -will pay for the wasteful ex travagance of shipping corn back from Buffalo and Montreal to Chicago? If Lieut. Peary succeed in finding the North Pole it might be a good idea to send him in search of Agulnaldo. Thanksgiving day follows the flag. Gov. Allen of Porto Rico issued iiis proclamation just like any other gov ernor. France continues to make much of Oom Paul. It Is suggested, that the Frenchmen love him for the enemies he has made. If Mr. Joseph Leiter will come home lie can gain some valuablel pointers on the grain cornering business from Mr. Phillips who is operating in corn. Bids have been called for by the au thorities in Cuba for the removal of the Maine wreck from Havana, harbor. Th? secret of the explosion may yet be given to the world. The house ways and means committee have concluded that Secretary Gage knows more about it than they do and have decided to make a cut of $30,000,000 in the revenue taxes. Oklahoma cast votes nearly double In number the total population of Nevada, yet Oklahoma remains a terri tory because It has not suited the poli ticians to permit her to become a state. Before Bishop Potter accepts the aid of Mr. Croker In ridding1 New York of vice, he should remember the fate of Col. Bryan. The Tammany boss is like ly to prove a Jonah on any craft, politi cal or moral. Senator James K. Jones i3 quoted as saying that the currency question may Boive itself before the next presidential election. The result of the last election Indicates that there are those who think it has already done so. A bill has been passed by the upper house of the Vermont legislature abol ishing capital punishment. Out in Col orado Its reincorporation into the sta tutes Is being strongly urged. Legisla tion is often based upon sentiment rath er than upon sound reason or the prin ciples of right and wrong. Rockefeller and Carnegie are at the head of two of the greatest combina tions in the country. And they are two of the biggest givers to institutions of learning. Surely the Democratic papers should overcome their prejudices and give these magnates full credit for their disposition to handle rightly the funds entrusted to them. Cincinnati' Commer cial Tribune. "Entrusted" is good, ' i The declaration emanating from Washington to the effect that the Isle of Pines will be retained by the United States, as their own property, regard less of what may be done about Cuba, appears to indicate that there is some doubt as to the future of the Queen of the Antilles. The people in this coun try who do not believe that there has ever been any intention of relinquishing Cuba probably number into the millions. A financial writer in New York shows by careful analysis of the bull move ments on stocks during the past ten years that the one now in progress ex ceeds all the others, not merely in vol ume of transactions, but also In extent f grains In prices. The longest of these movements lasted for thirty-six weeks. In which time an average rise In prices of 13 points was brought about, this be ing at the rate of 33 cents advance a week. The average gain in all the pre ceding thirteen bull movements in the ten years under review has been about 78 cents a week. But in the present bull campaign the uplift of prices has aver aged $2 a week for the entire active list.. This shows what a vast sum of money has been made by some, and of course lost by others. In speculative operations on the stock board. GLOBE SIGHTS. From the Atchison Globe.J Every woman reports that when she eorabs her hair "it cornea out by nand fuls." "When a boy la real hungry, his mother fears with every mouthful that he will choke to death, 57i.ea a maa tells a. very Improbable story, and his wife believes it, that Is one sign that ehe is a bride. The only language of a baby is a howl, and that is about the only lan guage of some grown people. Unless you have to eat cloves after tasting a woman's mince pies, she can't claim to be a success in making them. It is all right to spring oleo on a guest from New York city, but don't try to fool a guest who cornea from the country. An indulgent mother is one who be gins on the jam in November; those who wait till Christmas don't come under this head. An Atchison girl has so many love affairs that her friends claim that she requires a train dispatcher to prevent conflicts and collisions. The accepted theory that when a person longs for something in particular to eat, it means that hi3 system demands' it, is not applicable to the boy who cries for pie. It is said that a Lancaster girl of IS is about to marry a man of 80 wh owns considerable property in both Kansas and Kentucky, and that the girl admits that she doesn't love the man. Well, who supposed that she did? Do Lancaster people imagine that any girl of 18 ever loved, a man of 807 POINTED PARAGRAPHS. From the Chicago News. Admiration is far more tolerant than love. The longer a woman's tongue the shorter her wings. True art does not imitate nature; It represents her. Vagabonds have no coupons attached. and are irredeemable. The most successful men have met with a lot of discouragement. There are no thornless roses, but there are lots of roseless thorns. A wise man knows more than he tells a fool tells more than he knows. A good suit for damages is the one worn by the small boy every day. A JURY SECURED. El Dorado, Kan., Nov. 28. A jury to try Jessie Morrison charged with killing Mrs. G. Olin Castle, her rival, was se cured this afternoon after more than a week's examination of veniremen. All of the jury are farmers and married men. None of them are under 30 years of age. The court adjourned till Friday morning, when the taking of evidence. will begin.. STANLEY'S PLURALITY. The Exact Figures Ascertained Today Are 17,04a Governor Stanley's majority over all candidates, at the recent election, was 13,164. The governor's plurality over sir. Breid enthal was 17.045. The vote for governor, as announced or- ncianv dv tne state Doara or canvassers. follows: Stanley 1S1.H94 Breldenthal 164,54'j Halsinser. Prohib 2.'Ct Clemens l.SS I he total cast for governor was 350,024, NEWSBOYS' RALLY. It "Will Begin Promptly at 10:45 Tomorrow. The newsboys' rally at the Auditorium tomorrow will begin promptly at 10:45. The programme arranged, for the morn ing's entertainment for the newsboys will be of such nature that it will be pleasing to the older ones as well as the young. The newsboys have been most ener getic in their efforts to sell tickets to the entertainment as the time drews near for the close of the contest, and have been hustling to win the outfit offered as the prize by Mr. Nissley to the one w ho sells the highest number of tickets. DOUTHITT SUES. Brings Divorce Suit on Ground of Abandonment. James V. Douthitt has filed suit for divorce from his wife, Carrie W. Douthitt, Mr. Douthitt is a son of the late Judge W. P. Douthitt. The grounds given for divorce are abandonment and extreme cruelty. The couple were married In December, 1SS6. Fight Over Money. Chief Stahl has J210 of Mike Thomp son s money which was put up as a bond for the men who were arrested in Thompson's place last week, and the chief refuses to give the money to Thompson. This atternoon Thompson and his attorney made a demand for the money, but the chief would not give it to them. They at once got out the papers and will replevin the money. The chief is prepared with a redelivery bond and the fight over the money will be in teresting. Ran Hot Poker Down His Throat. Louisville. Ky.. Nov. 2S. A special from Ashland, Ky., says: Wm. Gibson ran a red hot poker down the throat of his 2-vear-old step-daughter in Cattletsburar. The child died. Gibson then set fire to an adjoining building and neti. Officers are in pursuit. This root of many evils Glandular tumors, abscesses, pimples and other cutaneous eruptions, sore ears, inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep sia, catarrh, readiness to catch cold and inability to get rid of it easily, pale ness, nervousness and other ailments Including the consumptive tendency Can be completely and permanently removed, ho matter how young or old the sufferer. Hood's Sarspri!T was siren the danchter of Silas Vernooy, Wswarsinff, N. T., who had broken out with scrofula sores ail over her face and head. Ths first bottle helped her and when she had taken six the sores were all healed and her face was smooth. He writes that she has never shows any sign of the scrofula returninir. Hood's Gnsi3S23g2rSE2a Promises to cure and keeps the promise. Asic your druggist for it today and accept no substitute. KANSAS HAS A CHANCE. Government Cerealist Calls Attention to Triumphs of Grain. M. A. Carleton. ceralist, under the United States deoartment of agriculture, takes a lively interest in the affairs of Kansas, and this is evinced by a com rr.unication received by Secretary of Ag nculture F. D, Coburn, from him. In letter follows: "Some time ago I informed the secre tary of the Topeka Commercial club.Mr. T. J. Anderson, that the lot of Kansas corn which was exhibited through us at the Paris exposition, has been awarded the grand prize, but have since heard nothing from him in reply. Thinking that he may not have received my letter J. therefore take this opportunity of writ' ing you the same information. "I am anxious that the members of the club, and all Kansas farmers con cerned should know of this gratifying appreciation of their exhibit of corn. would say also in this connection that after Kansas has had so great a wheat crop during the last season there ought now to be still greater chance of adver tising the wheat Industry in that state from the fact that at present, I under stand, the millers of the state associa tion are intending to Import from ten to twenty thousand buphels of hard winter wheat from South Russia this coming year. "The chairman of the committee for this sort of work, Mr. B. Warketine, of Newton, Kansas, has written me for ad vice as to what locality they should im port this wheat from. I only had time to wire him my answer before the meet ing of the millers association. "I have Just recently returned from a trip through Russia and have secured quite a number of the very best hard wneats in the south of Russia and ex pect during the coming year that we shall be able to distribute somo very fine varieties to the various portions of tne states or the Plains. "Yours very truly, "M. A. CARLETON, "Cerealist." ABOUTTHE KANSAS HOG. The Animal Excites Interest in Far Off Finland- Secretary of Agriculture F. D. Coburn recently received a communication from Baron J.Mennerhelm of Jokkis den. Fin land, requesting the addresses of dealers in fancy Poland China swine. The baron wrote for this information with the end in view of buying stock in America to use in improving the breed of swine In Finland. Mr. Coburn sent him the addresses of several Kansas breeders, and only a few days ago received another letter from the baron announcing the fact that he had put himself into communication with the men referred to. The reason Baron Mannerheim wrote Mr. Coburn for this information is the fact that he learned of Mr. Coburn through David G. Fairchild. son of ex President E. T. Fairchild of the Manhat tan Agricultural college, who now bears the title of agricultural explorer and pursues his researches under the United States department of agriculture. v hile Mr. Fairchild was in Finland he received a great deal of help through the ettorts or this baron who is one of the largest landowners of that country. YOSEfillTE GOES DOWN. U. S. Auxiliary Cruiser Caught In a Typhoon. New York. Nov. 28. A cable dispatch from Manila received here today reports the sinking of the United States auxil iary cruiser Yosemite in a typhoon at Guam November 15. Five Of the crew were lost. WHAT JUDGE DAY SAID On Being Informed of the Death of Senator Davis. Canton, O., Nov. 2S. Judge William R. Day, former secretary of state and presi dent of the Paris peace commission, of which Senator Davis was a member, on learning of the latter's death, said: 'The death of Senator Davis removes one one of the first statesmen of the country. As chairman of the senate com mittee on foreign relations he took prominent and influential part in the for eign policy of the country tor some years. Senator Davis was thoroughly acquainted witn international law ana one or tne highest American authorities on the sub ject of the present day. The senator's services at i'arls In the nes-otiations ot the treaty were of the highest value. He bore a leading Dart In the discussion be fore that tribunal, always acquitting him- sen wun nonor. senator Davis was a man of genial temperament and attractive personality. His place in the councils of the nation will be hard to nil and his death is a personal loss to a wide circle of triends who were irreatly attached to him." Judge Day sent a message of svmnathv and condolence to Mrs. Davis. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. The news reached Dr. D. M. Fisk, pastor of the First Congregational church, this morning, that his son-in- law, Mr. B. T. S. Moore of Toledo, Ohio, died last night of typhoid fever. Mr. Moore has visited in Topeka with his wife, Mrs. Ethel Fisk Moore, and is quite well known. He was a graduate of Amherst college and at the time of his death was superintendent of the First Congregational Sunday school in Toledo. He was only ill two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Fisk went to Toledo this afternoon to attend the funeral. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. Weymouth, formerly of this city, will be pained to learn of the death of their little six-year-old daughter. Hazel Olive, which occurred at Gardiner, New Mexico, Tuesday, Nov. 20. Her death was caused by heart failure following scarlet fever and diphtheria. Burial was in Fairmount cemetery, Raton. The body will eventually be brought to To peka. News ha9 reached Topeka of the death of Elmore Mitchell at Salt Lake City, Tuesday, November 20. Mr. Mitchell was the son of D. L. Mitchell of this city and was connected with Crane & Co. before leaving for the west for his health. However, the climate did not benefit him, and he died of consumption. Me was years old. Maria, the two-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. J. Haefner of 530 North Quincy street, died Monday night. The funeral was held Tuesday at St. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock and the burial was in the Catholic cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. L O. White of La Junta, Col., arrived Tuesday afternoon with the remains of their little daughter Viola. The funeral will be held today at 10 a. m. from the home of Mr. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. White, 461 Bumner street, Oakland. Interment will be In the Topeka cemetery. Boy Bitten by Bull Dog. A boy who gave his name as John Mosier. was bitten fc a bulldog at the corner of Fifth and Harrwon streets this afternoon. The dog was supposed to be long to C. S. Eagle. The boy was taken to a doctor.He was bitten in the band and n the leg. It was not learned how ser ious, the injuries were. STUMBLING BLOCK. In the Chinese Negotiations is the Word Ultimatum. Washington, Nov. 28. It developed to day that the chief point in the exchanges concerning China which have been go ing on during the last few days among the powers relates to the wisdom of de livering an "ultimatum" to China, using the express word "ultimatum" in the text of the demand to be handed to the Chinese envoys, involving the possibility of a resulting declaration of war against China in case the demands of the ulti matum be not complied with. It ap pears that some of the powers desired the express use of the word "ultimatum" in the demand relative to the decapita tion or other extreme punishment of eleven of the princes and other high officials responsible for the outrages, and this view of using the most expressive term of diplomacy seems to have found favor with the ministers at Pekin. When it became known at the several capitals considerable .dissent became manifest. About a week ago Japan took the Initiative in an, appeal for moderation, and this received the favorable consid eration of the United States, France and Russia, and. nmhablv Great Britain, al though a positive statement aa to Great Britain can not be made. About the same time Secretary Hay took steps to express the view of this government that It was inadvisable to proceed to the extent of an ultimatum against China, hut that the demnnds should not be be yond what China reasonably might have the power to comply witn. T-h, imsnimltv of sentiment aTOOng th powers, gives grounds for the belief that the demands or tne ministers win ue iuuu ifieri hv the omiKKioTi of an ultimatum, al though it is not yet clear what the final attitude ot tne remaining powers uct mnnv. Austria nnd Ttalv will be. The ne- e-otiations in this particular were carried on in London through Ambassador Choate and it is regarded as significant that one of the parties to the Aiifc'io-uerman aiu nnce should eivfi its adherence to the moderate position advanced by the United states. GET ROOMS AT LAST. State Historical Society to Hare Fourth Floor. The executive council today did handsome thing for the State Historical society by offering the society the entire floor space of the south wing of the fourth floor of the state house for the exclusive use of the society. The society will accept at once ana the rooms on the lower floor will be vacated. The apartments offered the society are now being completed. The rooms are handsomely finished with marble floors and wainscotings: high ceilings; plenty of light; and above all, sufficient In number to meet the society's demands. This generous and unexpected action on the part of the council came as a sur prise to the society and the officers and directors are very grateful. One of the rooms given the society is a large audi ence room, so the society will be fully accommodated in every particular. LOCAL MENTION. There were six men before, the police court this morning charged with being drunk. Jailer Grubbs will be candidate next spring for the position of marshal of the city court.. v The Santa Pe general offices and shops will be closed tomorrow for the Thanks giving holiday. E. A. Shoukle proposes to found a Church of Reason." A meeting will be held at 739 Quincy street tonight to or ganize the church. J. D. Bailey and William E. Norton deserters from the United States army. were arrested by Officer Voils last night. The men will be taken to Leavenworth when the authorities are heard from. The street force is working on the parkings on Greenwood avenue and on Tyler street between Eighth and Ninth streets. Another part of the force is grading Fifteenth street west of Mon roe. The Republican flambeau club is fig uring on taking Marshans band to Washington with them for President McKinley's re-inauguration next March The members already looking out for ways and means. The colored Masons will give a recep tion at 3 o clock and a banquet at o'clock tomorrow afternoon, at 618 Kan as avenue, in honor of the visiting drill earns from St. Joe, Kansas City and St, Louis. An exhibition will be given at the Auditorium at 8 o'clock, in the evening. - The employes of the Topeka Gaa com pany, about twenty in number, were each presented with a turkey for their Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. This is in accordance with the established ustom of the company, as similar pres ents have be.:n made to the permanent employes of the company for many yeers. In the federal court this morning the jury was secured in the case of Dake &. Keeler vs. E. R. Buckingham and af- er the statement was made to the jury the case was continued until tomorrow. The case is one of the last of the ques tions over the Gillet cattle business, and is in regard to the ownership of some cattle in Finney county. Axtell Sold For $14,700. New York. Nov. 28. At the Faslg-TIp- ton horse sale today the famous trotter Axtell was sold to G. H. Barlow of Bing hamton for 14,700. TALK No. 118. Too Late. If you lose your watch or your ring or your pocketbook there Is a chance of its being recovered. If not you can replace them. It Is not that way with your eye sight. If that is lost it is lost forever. You can not obtain a duplicate. Every symptom of eyestrain is a warning from nature that you are doing your eyes a permanent injury. Every time that you read until yourheadacheayouaremaktng your condition just that much worse. If your eyes tire easily they need at tention. Forcing them to work without help will positively break them down. By using glasses now you will keep your eyes strong and well. If you wait too long you will have to wear glasses every minute and even then your vision will be unsatisfactory. A stitch in time saves nine. My exe'usive attention is given to fitting glasses. CHAS. BENNETT, OPTICIAN. 730 Kansas Avenue. Established 1879. SB"" isr B TM5P.AY M U From 8:30 to 9:30. Best Prints, limit 10 yards, per yard Kabo Corsets at... From 9:30 to 10:30. Our 15c Imitation French Flannels, per yard 10-4 Colored Blankets, per pair. Jackets, Capes Any Garment LESS ... TOPEKA CASH DRY GOODS COMPANY. lib. MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES FROEI KANSAS CITY. No. 2 leaving: Kansas City 9:50 a. m. ia solid veatibuled train to St. Loui3, consisting of Smoking car, Day ooachea, Reclining; Chair car ( Seats Free) and Pullman Parlo car. Connections at St. Louis union depot with eastern lines for New York and Atlantic coast points. L, v. Kansas u u Oity. O 9 1: lO: 9: lO 10; 9: 9 8: . 7: :SO am :00 pm :10 pm :45 pm :65 pm :SO am :50 am :65 pm :2S am :10 am lO pm Ar. St. Ijouis...... 6:18 pm - - " 7:10 am - - 10:05 pm 7:20 am Ar. Omaha 6:15 am - 6:30 pm Ar. Lincoln 7:10 pm " 6:35 am Ar. Joplln 8:45 am - u 8:30 pm - l:SOam u u F.E.MPPS Ticket Igent, Topeka, WELLS FARGO'S PRESENTS. Supply of Turkeys,Appl98 and Oysters Arrives. Upon reaching the offiet this morning the employes or tne w ean, argo ex press company found a very acceptable present awaitinsr them. There are aoout zo employes 01 company in this city and when they op ened the store room this morning a row of baskets each containing half a busn el of apples with an eight pound turkey beside it, one for each employe.met their ea.ze. Beside the half bushel of apples and the turkey stood a bunch of celery and a auart can of oysters. The four items which -were given to each person could not be boueht at a store for less than S2. There are about 25.UW people in tne employ of the company who received the same presents so it may be reaaiiy seen that the total will aggregate a sum something like $50,000. Another distribution of presents wm take place again at Christmas. The presents Christmas will be practically the same as those distributed today. It has been the custom for years of this company to make their employes a present of some kind each winter, and the men have come to look forward to the holidays with an anticipation of good things, and have never been dis appointed. HOUSE COMMITTEE NAMED By Speaker Henderson to Attend Davis Funeral. WoaTiintrtnn. Nov. 2S. Speaker Hen derson of the house of representatives committee to attend, on the part of the nouse, tne iunenti ui i.c dcu.iu. Davis of Minnesota. The committee in cludes the entire Minnesota delegation. with Mr. Tawney as chairman; Mr. Cannon of Illinois, Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio, Mr. Moody of Massachusetts, Mr. r i . w.inncn Ali- TV A Smith of Michigan, Mr. Richardson of Tennes see, Mr. Jrfailey 01 Texas, air. nam ui Missouri, Mr. Burke of Texas, Mr. Un derwood of Alabama. The special train bearing the commit tees of the senate and the house will leave Washington tomorrow although the hour of departure oas not yet oeen set. To Director of the Census Merrtam, who was one of the president's callers the death of Senator Davis and Uie great loss which the senate and the country had sustained. Director Mernam nas not yet acciueu i . 1 vA w,ll V. i ,..-, .i a eanAicait for vy urim i 11c ... - . . . , the vacancy created by Senator Davis death. Funeral of Commissioner Wilson. the late George W. Wilson, commissioner ot internal revenue, was nera ai mc Riggs house here today. The services Ko. 2, K. T., a delegation of Template e ..T-n A MAnrinff tYtt rpmalnq tr the Pennsylvania depot. The funeral party ill start hi o p. in. xita-iii.v,", v., here the interment will take place. Kiners' Assessments Cease. Indianapolis, Nov. 28. It is announced at headquarters of the united Mine Workers here that the special assess ment of 25 cents per member instituted last spring for the purpose of obtain inz1 money to carry on an extension cf organization, will cease at the end of this month. The amount collected monthly has ranged from $18,000 to $25,000. $2.67. Kansas City and Return via "The Great Rock Island Route." Tickets sold for morning trains. No- ember 29, good, for return November 80. (WE CLOSE AT 12:30.) 75c 10c 35c Children's n's dr per pair From 11:30 to 12:30. Mennens Talcum Powder, at.., and Furs, from Lt. Kansas City, Ian. MESSAGES OF SYMPATHY From McKiniey, Hanna and Quay Come to Sirs. Davis. St. Paul, Nov. 28. Messages of sym pathy for the widow and family of United States Senator Davis, who died last night, have been coining In today from all quarters of the world. Pres dent McKinley telegraphed as follows: ,-I beg you will receive the heartfi-lt sympathy of Mrs. McKnley and myself in your great sorrow. In the death of Senator Davis the nation loses one of its wisest statesmen, a tireless student of public affairs, whose discussion of great questions was characterized by habituaJ fairness and profound learning. The whole people mourn with you." From Cleveland came the following, from Senator Hanna: "I am deeply grieved to hear of the death of Senator Davis and dt-aire to ex tend my sincere sympathy to yourself a-nd all who mourn his loss, which will be felt the country over." M. S. Quay telegraphed from Pitts burg: "You have my heartfelt sympathy in your sore bereavement. A FALSE ALARM. Buffalo, N. T., Nov. 28. Secretary Keep of the Merchants Exchange was asked today if he heard a report that a quantity of corn at this port was to be reshipped to Chicago in an effort to break the November corn corner, replied that he had not. He added Uiat the total amount of corn of all grades reported in store here by the elevating associa tion on November 26. was only 460.000 bushels. Inquiry on the floor of the ex change failed to disclose any basis for the story of reshipment of corn. Kappa Sigma Conclave. Philadelphia. Nov. 2S. The fourteenth biennial conclave of the Kappa Sigma fraternity began here today and will continue until Friday. About 150 del egates are in attendance. One of the features of the gathering will be the initiation of a new chapter and its in stallation. Tomorrow the delegates will witness the Pennsylvania-Cornell foot ball game. Beet Sugar Conference. Paris. Nov. 28 The recent conferences between the powersconcerned, assure the reassembling of the beet sugar confer ence at Brussels. The last conference came to naught on account of the stand taken by Russia and France, lt is be lieved these difficulties have been elim inated. The new conference, the object of which is the abolition of the sugar bounties, is likely to have definite re sults. Startling Phenomena, WONDERFUL. MANIFF.STATIONSOf HEALING POVVEK. No event of recent years has so arous ed the people of this city, or created so much excitement, as the public healing of the pick by the Kusselles at O. A. R. hall, Lincoln Post No. 1. The hail has been crowded every afternoon during the past week, and it seemed as if every body who was fortunate enough to re ceive treatment were either entirely cured or very much benefited, certainly these people do perform little less than miracles. Private treatment for all nervous and chronic disast-a is now giv en by the Russelles at 122 W. 6th street, corner Jackson, a. m. to 8 p. m. COLORADO FLYER. Via "Great Rock Island Route." Leaves Topeka 8:10 p. m., arriving Colorado Springs 10:35. Denver 11:00 o'clock next a. ni. 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. From 10:30 to 11:30. Our Ladie3 $2 48 Vici Kid Shoes fair stitch mannish shoes, CT 1 Cfl per pair i) 1 UU Black Cat Hose Black Cat Hose Ol r O 3C I2c Millinery Regular Price this in cludes any Trimmed Hat in stock. 8:30 to 12:30, f IS bes-?i , ',. , 2:25 am 8:10 am 7:10 pm 9:20 pm 10:00 am 10:00 am 8:00 am 10:50 am 4:35 pm Ar. Cartha 8:07 am " l:50pm 1:08 am Llttl. Bock... 7:55 pm " u ... 7:25 am Hot Spring's. 10:85 am BU Jos 10:90 am " 1:15 pm 8:23 pm Ar. Ar. Ar. H C. TOWJSEAD, G. I. & T. I., St Louis, SI. AMUSEMENTS. TONIGHT. 8:15 THE INCOMPARABLE NEILL COMPANY! The Greatest of all Society Dramas, "ARISTOCRACY." No advance In pricR. PRlCKcS Z..C. 3:.i frx-, T.'ic nml $1 .00. I cajl KuarHUtft. the irt Mi ui' 1 1 n of Mr. Ntrill Ui t the v.-ry iwsi traveling. L. M. CRAW KUIlll. THURSDAY, Nov. 29th. Matinee and Night. The Famous Fabrick of Fun. "Have You Seen Smith?" The play that has made all Ameri cans laugh. "KliLLIiY'S KIDS." SATURDAY, Dec. 1. "MISSOURI GIRL." MUST BE CRAZY. Correspondent Demands That Gover nor Release Jessie Morrison. Governor Stanley today received the fol lowing communication, written on a postal card: "Augufta, Kan.. Nov. 27. I!). "Dear Sir WhHt i th delay In the t lease of Miss Ji ssle Morrlunn of KM .racin. Hhe in a l nlted Scit-s detective. l,-!ii. r you errw or not. h killed Mrs. Cuntle in aelf-utieiie. Kel? lur Ht .ru-. "KIiWI.V HA KRIS' N." Communications are often rrfi-rred to. e. peciaJly thrie of this character aa t-elf-expianatory. A card b-trinK the lahe!. "Insane-a tory" ha.s b."'n pinced on a hox in the filintr rnse in the executive rfrtr where communication., of thia clitirBtur will be placed, by whieh the waalc basket Will lose one of Its burdens. As Minn Morrison ha bein neither trid nor convicted, the governor ha soin doubts as to his po'r to comply with Harrison's peremptory dema.uU. Everybody reads the State Journal. Do your lids smart, burn, or itch T Do your eyes feel as thouph there was sand in them? 1 can Curb You. Consultation and tests free. 8enu nie your address today. DR. J. E. LITTLEFIELD HYB SPECIALIST, Office 12S5 West Street, Topeka, Kaoa. TEL. s rr3Vs N- "