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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28, 1900.
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The Imperial club enjoyed a very
pkusant dancing party Tuesday even
ing at Hudson's hall. TTioae who danced
were: Mr. and Mrs. "W. J. Black, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith. Mr. and
Mrs. W. V,'. Webb. Miss Ivah Davis,
MfF3 Janette Lord, Miss Edith Goddard,
Miss Helen Wilson, Miss Helen Smith,
Miss Emily King, Miss Mix of Chicago.
Miss Mabel Wheeler of Kansas City,
Misa Lulu Ewart, Miss Glenna Cross,
Miss N'ina Thomas, Miss Hazel Fassier,
Miss Mabel Martin, Miss Vera Low. Miss
Fue Pharitt. Miss Olive Lewis. Miss Ma
txl Knowl??. Miss Hila Hinckley, Miss
Helen Thompson, Mr. Walter Burgess,
Mi. Al Reed of Kansas City, Mr. Kver
tt Dallas. Mr. Dick Alden, Mr. Kurtz
Kei'am, Mr. J. W. Tiffany. Mr. Ed Mc
Briie. Mr. Mart Wikidai, Mr. Gaien
Nichols. Mr. Lon Davis. Mr. David Mul
vane. Mr. Torrence Ewart, Mr. Fred
MeGitRn. Mr. Ed Arnold. Mr. Fred Gil
lett. Mr. Harry Barber, Mr. Roland Med
licott. Mr. Burton Mudge, Mr. Joe Mor
Pan, Mr. Frank Ourrj-, Mr. Clarence
Young-. Mr. D.m Hammatt, Mr. Lau
rence Chamberlain. Mr. Coulson, and
Mr. Ralph Wundetiich.
A Pleasant Party.
Miss Lillian Kirkpatrtck entertained
very pleasantly Tuesday afternoon at
her home on West Sixth avenue In honor
of her cousin. Miss Cora Linton, of Pali
sade, Neb. Progressive carrom was the
principal amusement of the afternoon,
and the prize, a fragrant bunch of car
nations, wa. won by Miss Lillian Val
entine. Miss Kirkpatrick was assisted
In entertaining by her sister. Mrs. J K
Kair. Refreshments were served
The invited guests were: Mrs George
McCoy. Mrs. Ed Clark. Mrs. W C
Glenn, Mrs. J. M. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Will
Clauser. Miss Rose Davis, Miss Llllan
Val-ntine. Miss Mabel MoGiffin Miss
Blanche West. Miss Belle Welch ' Miss
Gertrude Willitt. Miss Florence Van
Tassel. Miss Lena McLallin, Miss Nellie
Goodrich, Miss Margaret Goodrich, Miss
Daisy Walsh and Miss Nina Gillett.
A Club Meeting,
The T. N. T. N. club was pleasantly
entertained Tuesday evening by Misl
Mabel Horton-. The time was spent in
dancing and playing carda Refresh
ments were served. Those piesent were:
Miss Louise Kent. Mist Cora Eby, Miss
Alice Bond, Miss Ethel Fox. Mias Estelle
Moore. Mr. Fred thun. lr-r. Harry
joowleat Mr. Robert Higind, Mr. Frank
Horsley, Mr. Howard Marshall and Mr.
Dee Saxon. ;
An Informal Affair.
Miss Mayme Hallarin entertained the
fallowing guests very pleasantly Mon
day evening at an informal little oyster
supper: Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hodgins.
Miss Clara. Cnim. Hiss Laura Book, Miss
Marie Winner. Miss Nanon Herren. Miss
Jusephine Herren. Miss Moilie Herren,
MLsa Jane Fetters. Mr. Davis, Mr. Otis
Dalton, Mr. D. W. Hamer, Mr. Will
Herren and Mr. T. I. Herren.
Notes and Personal Mention.
Mrs. George Crawford la visiting in
Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bond and family of
Salina arrived today to spend the re
mainder of the week with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Herbert Dewey Crosby at 1026
Van Buren street.
E. J. Ohmer returned today from a
business trip in the east.
Miss Mabel Wheeler of Kansas City
is in Topeka the guest of Mrs. George
Port Ashton. Mips Norma Wheeler is
expected later in the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. MacLennan
returned Tuesday night from a short
trip to New York.
Misses Annie and Jessie Payne left to
day for Kansas City and Chicago to
spend the remainder of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bone and little son
went to Wellington today for a short
visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Thomas have
returned from a three weeks" trip to
California.
The friends of Miss Ethel DeObert will
be pleased to know that she laa so far
recovered from her serious illness as to
be moved from Leavenworth to Topeka
and is at Ptormont hospital where she is
convalescing.
Mrs. F. M. Tuttle arrived Tuesday
from St. Louis and is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. L. G. Tuttle.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Good will spend
Thanksgiving in Kansas City.
Miss Kate Ryan went to Kansas City
Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with, her
sister, Mrs. James Wick.
Mrs. W.- C. Scott and son Charles of
Concordia, are visiting Mrs. Scott's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sheffield on
North Kansas avenue. Their son from
Kansas City will also be here for the.
Thanksgiving reunion of the Sheffield
family.
A number of the friends of Mr. and
Mrs. H. O. Garvey gave them a very
ploasant surprise party Tuesday evening
in honor of their eleventh wedding anni
versary. Glen Hatfield is tip from Kansas City
for a few days" visit.
Mrs. D. F. Longenecker of Emporia is
spending a week in Topeka with her sis
ter. Mrs. W. H. Eastman. Dr. Long
enecker will spend Thanksgiving here.
Mifs Dell Frazier is up from Lawrence
visiting Mrs. Herbert Armstrong. Mrs.
Frazier is expected for Thanksgiving.
Miss Helen Smith issued invitatiens
today for a card party Saturday after
noon. December 1.
Mrs. R. T. I'pdegraff of Maple Hill
spent Tuesday in Topeka with Mrs. O.
P. t.'pdegraff.
The following young people ppent
Tuesday evening informally with Misses
Beatrice and Lillian Foster: Miss Vin
nie Felt, Miss Aimee Crandell. Mr. Ken
neth Wharry, Mr. Malcolm Gerard. Mr.
Leslie McCanne and Mr. Charles Wolff.
Mrs. J. K. Buir entertained very pleas
antly last Friday complimentary to her
cousin. Miss Cora Liston of Palisade,
Neb. Six of her girl friends were invi
ted for supper and the gentlemen joined
them in the evening.
J. M. Shuck of Pittsburg, Pa., ia in the
city visiting his cousin, Mr. James
Sproat and wife.
Mrs. Juab Muivane, Mrs.Speed Hughes
and Mrs. Harrison Morgan have issued
invitations for a reception at the Mui
vane residence on Topeka avenue, Thurs
day afternoon of next week.
Miss Ollie O'Brien spent last week in
Kansas City the guest of Mrs. Solomon
Stoddard.
. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Merriam of Chi
cago arrived in Topeka today for a
week's visit with Mrs. E. B. Merriam.
Mrs. Charles M. Sheldon and son have
returned to Topeka and are guests of
Mrs. E. B. Merriam. Mr. Sheldon is ex
pected home in January.
Miss Belle Stagg came up trom Em
poria today to spend Thanksgiving.
Aliss Alena Church has returned from
a two weeks' visit in El Paso and Las
Cruces.
Mrs. J. S. Coleman has returned from
an extended visit in Herington and West
Plains.
W. J. Stagg wli! come over from Leav
enworth to spend Thanksgiving.
Miss Lola Milliken returned to her
home in McPherson today after a Vis'.t
in Topeka with Miss Emma Kelly.
Tilrs. George F. Sharitt is in Leaven
worth visiting her father; she will re
turn the last of the week.
Invitations have been issued for the
regular Thanksgiving musieale and re
ception at Bethany college Thursday
evening. The musieale will begin at
7:30 and the reception hours are from 8
until 11.
Engraved -wedding invitations and
cards. Adams Bros., 711 Kansas avenue,
"DAD" ALEXANDER CRAZY.
Officers Believed the Old Colored Man
Is Insane.
William Alexander, an old colored man
better known as "Dad" Alexander, was
tried in the probate court this morn
ing. Alexander has been hostler for W. H.
Davis and not long ago was driving Mr.
Davis to his office when the team ran
away. The testimony was that Alexan
der is failing mentally. Last Monday ev
ening he called on Sheriff Cook and said
he wanted a warrant which the gover
nor had sent him after.
"You're crazy," said Sheriff Cook.
"No, I'm not," said "Dad."
To prove it the sheriff locked him up
and this morning he was tried before a
jury and pronounced insane.
PLEASANT THANKSGIVING.
The 'Weather Bureau Promises a Fair
Day.
The weather bureau promises clear
and pleasant weather for Thanksgiving
with no chances cf snow.
The spots on the weather map have
been wiped away until there is nothing
to indicate anything but sunshine and
fresh, appetizing weather. The forecast
sent out today is "fair tonight and
Thursday." The maximum temperature
up to noon today was 37 and the mini
mum 31. The wind has been west blow
ing eight miles an hour. .
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N ORTH TOPEKA.
Items intended for this column hoald
be left with the Kimball Printing; com
pany. 835 Kansas avenue.
The postoffice will be open Thursday
from 7 a. m. until 12 m.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Caldwell have
moved to Burlingame to make their
permanent home.
Miss Edith. Putnam went to Kansas
City this afternoon to spend Thanks
giving visiting relatives.
Mrs. William Ryan and little son Jack,
of Kansas City, are visiting Mrs.
Ryan's sister, Mrs. Jonas Lukens, of
Central avenue.
We give a coal hod and shovel free
with every ton of coaL Full weight and
satisfaction guaranteed. C. F. Hawkins,
1012 North Kansas avenue.
Mrs. J. Newell and children will go
to Burlingame today to spend Thanks
giving visiting Mr. Newell's brothers,
George and Harvey Newell.
Mrs. Philip Gllman, who lives north of
town on the Central avenue road, will
give an infair dinner tomorrow in honor
of her son and his bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Grant Gilman.
Married, on. November 17, at the par
sonage of the Kansas Avenue M E.
church, by Rev. J. A. Stavely, Mr. Wil
liam Klstler and Miss Lulu Woolpert,
both of North Topeka.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bell, of Elmont,
have gone to Eskridge to visit over
Thanksgiving with, their brother, Wil
liam Bell.
Miss Fannie Cole, of 515 Park street,
went to Ottawa today to spend Thanks
giving, from there going to Kansas City
to visit relatives.
Miss Jessie Hoover, of Rochester, left
today for Staffordville to visit her
brother and his wife. Dr. and Mrs. Clair
Hoover. She will also visit in Madison
and Emporia before her return.
Union services will be held tomorrow
morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Central
Avenue Christian church. Rev. J. A.
Stavely, pastor of the Kansas Avenue
M. E. church, preaching the sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jeffers and children,
of S23 Van Buren street, went to Don
iphan today to spend Thanksgiving vis
iting Mrs. Jeffers' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Kuch. Mr. Jeffers will return Friday,
but Mrs. Jeffers and the children will
be away until Sunday.
An excellent entertainment was given
last evening at Lukens' opera house by
the pupils of Grant school for the Grant
school picture fund. The programme in
cluded drills, recitations and songs. The
house was crowded, many being unable
to gain admittance. Over $80 was re
alized. Mr. and Mrs. Allen, who were en route
to their home in Horton from a visit in
Kansas City, stopped between trains
yesterday and took dinner with Mrs. N.
A. Faus," of 1110 Van Buren. street. Mr.
and Mrs. Allen are the parents of W. I.
Allen, formerly assistant general man
ager of the Rock Island road.
Miss Ethel Lewis left for Emporia
this afternoon to visit her mother and
sister over Thanksgiving. Miss Lewis'
mother lived at Alvin, Texas, near Gal
veston, and was severely injured in
the big storm. Aside from having seven
ribs broken, she suffered other internal
injuries, and was for many weeks con
fined to a hospital there. It was only
within the past fortnight that she was
able to be sent to the home of her
daughter in Emporia.
When Mi, and Mrs. S. L. Courtney re
turned to their home, 813 Quincy street,
about 7 o'clock last evening, they were
surprised to find a man lying on the
front porch. He was a short, heavy-set
fellow, and beside him was a paint
bucket. At first it was thought he was
ill and efforts were made to revive him.
These proved unsuccessful and' Mr.
Courtney notified the police, who pro
nounced it a plain drunk, and took the
man to the station.
In spite of the threatening weather
yesterday the members of the W. T. K.
club held their all-day meeting at the
home of Mrs. W. E. Scotten, six miles
west of town. The ladies drove out
shortly after 9 o'clock, and took with
them an excellent luncheon, and in the
afternoon the regular programme was
given. Roll-call was answered by cur
rent events, and two papers were read,
one on "Thanksgiving," which had been
prepared by Mrs. Luce, was read by
Mrs. Hamrick. as the writer was unable
to attend, and one oa "Damascus," of
which Mrs. Paine was the author, was
read by Mrs. A. M. Petro. The club
membership is limited to twenty-five,
and as there had recently been a va
cancy caused by the moving away to
Oklahoma of Mrs. J. H. Gonder, Mrs. R.
S. Pummer, whose application for
membership was in was voted a member
at the meeting yesterday.
DAY OF THANKS.
Thanksgiving Services in Many
Churches Tomorrow.
LTnder the auspices of the Ministerial
Union special union Thanksgiving ser
vices will be held in several of Topeka'a
churches tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock.
The special Union service of the
churches has been a feature of Topeka
church work for years, and has always
been under the auspices of the Minis
terial Union. In most of the churches
special music has been arranged for in
addition to the regular church services.
The services for the people residing in
the southwest portion of the city will
be at the Central Congregational
church. The sermon will be preached
by Rev. Mr. Jackson of the Euclid Ave
nue M. E. church. Miss Ethel Davis
will sing a solo.
Services for the central portion of the
city will be attheFirstChristian church,
on Topeka avenue. Rev. Mr. Ott of the
English Lutheran church will make the
address.
The services for North Topeka will be
at the Christian church, corner of Kious
street and Central avenue. Rev. Mr.
Stavely of the M. E. church will make
the mornings address. It was formerly
planned to give this service in the M. E.
church but owing to the fact that the
M. E. church was damaged by fire only
last week other arrangements were
made necessary.
Services in Oakland will bo held in
the Oakland Presbyterian 'church. The
Rev. Mr. Seamen of the M. E. church
will preach.
The Swedish Lutherans of the city
will meet at the Swedish Lutheran
church, corner of Fourth avenue and
Tyler street. The sermon will be given
by Rev. Mr. Herer.ius. the pastor. Spe
cial sacred concert will be given in the
church in the evening.
Services will be conducted by Rev. T.
J. Moppln at the Lane chapel, corner
of Fourteenth and Van Buren streets.
Special music has ben arranged for by
the choir.
Union services of the colored people
on the North side will be held at the
Asbury M. E. church under the direc
tion of Rev. I. S. Wilson of the A. M. E.
church. Special music will be civen.
USED HOT COFFEE.
Mrs. Phillips Says Her Husband
Tried to 8cald Her.
Clementine I. Phillips has filed suit for
divorce in the district court from Doria
Phillips.
The grounds for divorce are set forth
as follows: In August, l&ya. the couple
married. Mr. Phillips has used bad
language toward his wife and "at many
timesduring the time has abused said
plaintiff by cursing and swearing anil
using profane and vulgar language and
has repeatedly called her vile nam s and
ordered her to leave him and the housv.
He threatened her life and raised such a
disturbance that a police officer had I i
be called. At a day previous he threw
a skillet and attempted to strike the
plaintiff and at another time attempted
to scald her with hot coffee."
Booming Candidate Early.
Mayor Drew and Councilmeh Warner,
Miller, Snattinger, Swenson, Weber an l
Elliott, and City Officers Squires, Snyder
and Hale, went to the governor's office
this morning and recommended the ap
pointment of C. H. Titus as commission
er of elections. The governor told the
city officers that he would remember
their recommendation and when the
time came to make the appointment hw
would consider what they had said in
favor of Mr. Titus. He did not say who
he would appoint, but raid that he hoped
the Republicans of Topeka would get
together on the man they wanted to till
the position. "All I care about in the
appointment," said the governor, "is
that it should satisfy the majority of the
Republicans of the city." The position
will not be vacant until April and by
that time the office may be abolished us
it should be.
Swore at a Lawyer,
ihe trial of Dan Finney, charged with
disturbing the peace of H. A. Euler, was
BURLINGTON ROUTE.
Its New Line, Denver-Northwest,
via Billing.
The Burllnpton'sDenver-NorthwesO
Main Line was completed Spptembe
16th. It taps the Kaunas City-liillinjra
Line at Alliance, Neb. Ills the Dhc.rt
line, Denver to Helena, Spokane an-l
the direct liae to the euUxo Lppcf
Northwest.
Only 36 hours Denver to Kulle-Hdcni
Only 48 Lours Denver lo Spokane.
Only 62 hours Denver to Tuzd SoanJJ
This will be the main traveled ro.nfc
for passengers froin via Denver U,
Northern Pacilic Points.
To Denver, 5cenlc Colorado, ttali..
Pacific Cosst: Two great dsily train;
from Kansas City, St. Joseph. Week iyj
California excursions, personally con
ducted. To the Cist: Best equipped trains
to Chicago and St. Louis.
To the North : Bent trains to OmahaM
St. Paul, Minneapolis.
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Uliiiu City. Mo. bT. lovja. Mo.
HOWARD ELLIOTT,
Osasrsl Manager, bi. Jesara. Ma.
commenced in the district court thii
morning before a jury. EuU-r trot
Judgment for a client against T'lnn v
ami went with an ofTWr to Finney
billiard hall on Eat Fourth str.Mt uj
attach the property. Euler waited oui
slje and he snys Finney came out H it
swore at him and threatened him. Fin
ney was convicted In the police court
and appealed the cane.
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refreshing tonic. And when, with such a tonic is combined a
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down, unable to work, could not sleep aDd was troubled with
nervousness in the worst way. She began taking Dr. Miles'
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medicines for overworked, tired-out and run-down
men and women.
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