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TOPEKA STATE JOUKNAIi, TUESDAY EVENING. DECEfBEIt 11, 1900.
3 SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS (SPA 1MB Artists who are appearing at the Con vention Hall In Kansas City this week tell what they think about Kimball Pianos. The great American prima donna, says: "Th more I upe my Kimball llano the better I like It." Be leszKe The unrivaled basso, says: "'I am ab solutely satisfied mm my .Kimbail Piano." aasKi The popular soorano, says: "Kimball Pianos rank Uh th beat iiislr urn cuts before tiie world." Camp an am The well-known baritone, says: "I recommend the Kimball Piano." Olitzka The favorite contralto, says: "The Kimball ia my caoica among ail pianos." amrosch Director, savs: "The Kimball Piano has a pure, reaaed and powerful tone." Grcmonini The eminent tenor, says: "The Kim bail Piano ts second to no instrument now promir.ea.Uy before the world." Plancon The eebrated French "The Kimball raaka 1 pianos." basso, says : iLh the best Vries The famous baritone, says: "The Kim ball llarw ranks araoci the wonders of tha musical art." M.ANCINELLI Eirctor. says: "Ttw KHrrbail Fia-no compare f avorably with, tiiose of Uae most celebrated, makers. And one of thee peer!e?3 pianos can be purchased on small monthly pay mer.cs at a pric less than charged for the ordinary medium grade piano. There ax other conditions existing at this star waicJi wlii graaciy interest you. V. W. KIMBALL CO. Factobt Beaitch: 630 Kansas Avenue. T. P. CL'LLEY, - - Manager. Topeka. Kas. BUFFALO AMONG CATTLE. Relic of Old Dav Appears in North - Dakota Herd. Bismarck. X. D..Dec. 11. An Immense buffalo buil has put in an appearance anions the cattle owned by the Sio-ux Indians and raneM car the Standing Rock rfwrvatlon. t miles south of this city. The animal came unheraldel, whence nobody knows. For years it has been supposed that every bison was extinct in this scat . a.n1 the last time that any were sftii In the state was back in the middle 'SO, whn Oovernor Rwsevelt, hunting along the Little Missouri river, killed one at a crossing of the river. The animal that has made Its appearance near Standing Rfx-k is unusually wild and fierce and disposed to attack t-.rdmen who at tempt to pet near it. Strict orders have been issued by the agent against killing the animal. In the hope that It will re main and that others may be discover ed. THIEYES TIE OFFICER. Gag Him and Then Loot a Bank of $1,600. Seville. O.. rec. 11. s:x masked burg lars last night seized Town Marshal VV eaver here and after binding and gag f" h,m- b'-t'w th- safe in High's bank, securing about $1 ... The explosion aroused several citizens who gave cba" to the burglars, but the lat'r with drawn revolvers made a dash for tb Cleve'.and, Lorain & Wheeling d-oot and got away on a handcar. A posse ia i fiursuit. Some of Your Friends are probably Interested in the territory through which the Frisco line passes--lts resources and possibilities. Perhaps they would like to know just tow profit able farming-, fruit gnrwing or mining Is in Missouri. Arkansas. Oklahoma and Texas. Send us their names and we will forward free a copy of the illus trated publication giving reliable and up-to-date1 information concerning- our great southwest. Hnmeseekers" excur sions at very low rates, twice a month. Address W. C. Melville. X. W. P. A., Frisco line. Kansas City. Mo. J very body reads the State Journal. !Sfoiciiciii. One of the largest New Tear's affairs is to be given by a number of the yuuig ladies in the younger crowd. Mis Edith Guibor-and about 3i of her friends will receive in the afternoon at the lluibor residence and in the evening they give a danc'ng party at Hudson's hall. Invi tations for this affair have already been issued. The Lakota Club. The regular meeting of the Lakota club was held Monday afternoon at the home of iliss Rosamond Horton. The subject of the afternoon was. "Westmin ster Abbey, The Poet's Corner;" the following programme was given: Reading. Westminster Abbey, Sketch Book by Irving Miss Wilia Rodgers. Paper, The Poet's Corner Mrs. David Palmer. Reading, Historical Memorials ot Westminster Abbey. Stanley Miss Jos ephine Shellabarger. Reading, On Mr. Abram Cowley's D"ath, Waller Mrs. Earli? Williams. The discussion was led by Miss Flor ence Greer and the subject was, "Who was the most noted poet commemorated in Westminster Abbey ?" For Mr. and Mrs. Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Poindexter enter tained at an informal card party Mon day evening at their home on West Eighth avenue in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gregory of Chicago. The evening was spent in relaying high five. The first prizes were won by Mrs. F. A. Snow and Air. W. W. Cook, while the consolation prizes were awarded to Mrs. Clement Smith ar.d Mr. W. F. Schoch. Following the card playing- refreshments were serv ed on the card tables. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Greg ory, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Bailey, M. and Mrs. E. H. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schoch, Mr. and Mrs. A A. Rodg ers, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Troutman, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Skinner. Mr.and Mrs. John Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Smith. Air. and Mrs. W. W. Cook. Air. and Mrs. F. A. Snow, Mr. and Airs. W. I. Drum, Air. and Airs. W. H. Lininger and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roby. A Surprise Party. A delightful surprise was given Mr. Guy Pir.ney at his home on Chestnut street. Alonday evening, December 10. by the members of Excelsior lodge No. 61 D. of 11., in honor of his becoming rep resentative of Capital ledge No. 3 A. O. I". W. The evening's entertainment con sisted of cards and music. The evening was enjoyed by the fol lowing guests: Air. and Mrs. Arthur uoyie, Airs. Charles Re Air. and Airs. Andy Jack, Airs. Nellie Conklin, Mrn. Will Bradford. Airs. Ed Babcock. Mr. and Airs- George Herren. Mrs. Eva Pa vey. Mrs. H. H. Shortz. Mr. and Airs. Charles Herboldsfaeimer, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wright. Mrs. Ada Wooley. Air. and Mrs. Dave Santer. Air. and Mrs. A. C. Sowle, Alts. John Gieason, Air. and Airs. George Middaugh, Mr. Charles Parfrey of Kansas City. Mrs. Annie Engell. Mr. and Airs. Ed Warren and daughter and Mrs. C. W. Botkln. iNoies and Persona! Mention. Mr. and Airs. O. P. TJpdegrafT have returned from a week's stay in Kansas City and Chicago. Airs. D. F. Fero and Miss Jessie Myers went to Kansas City today to attend grand opera. Air. and Airs. Frank P. Blair, of Chi cago, spent Monday in Topeka. Aliss Berdena Crandell left today for Chicago to visit Miss Grace Jilson. From there sije jgoes to New York to visit her sisters and will probably re main all winter. Airs. W. H. Hornaday arrived today from Ponca City. Okia., to visit her daughter. Airs, Ralph J. Clauser. O. B. Stanton, of Kansas City, spent Alonday in lopeka. Air. and Airs. C. S. Gleed and Miss Abby Ware are occupying a box at grand opera in Kansas City. In an other box are Mrs. H. R. Nickerson and daushtr Ruby and Miss Hascom, of the City of Mexico. Miss Elizabeth Gavitt, who has been spending the past four months in the east, is expected home the last of De cember. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Small will leave Thursday for Blackweil, Okia., for a week s visit with friends. The Ladies' society of the First Con gregational church is to meet Wednes day afternoon, December 13, at 2:30, at the home of Mrs. George O. Wilmarth, on West Eighth avenue. Mr. and Airs. J. B. Field, of Alma, are spending a few days in Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. AlacLennan are attending the grand opera In Kan sas City. Air. Fred Gillette is in Kansas City attending the grand opera. Air. and Mrs. A. C. VanCTeave will leave Thursday for Colorado Springs to visit her brother. Clarence and Urban Poindexter, who are attending Princeton college, and Milo Poindexter, who is at Orchard Take. will return next week to spend the holidays with their parents. The Industrial club will give a social this evening at the home of Mrs. E. A. Peacock, at 300 Van Buren street. Miss Zoe L. Rothrock of Lawrence and Mr. Clarence E. Day of Topeka, who is attending tha university, were married in Topeka on Thanksgiving, but the matter was kept secret until yesterday. They will be at home to their friends in Lawrence after January la at U36 Con necticut street. Airs. Miller, of T09 Tyler street, will entertain the "formerly of Beloit" ladies at a thimble party Wednesday after noon. Aliss Merle Leech left Monday for the City of Mexico for a several months' visit with her sister, Mrs. E W. Cart lid Aliss Dell Frazer returned to her home in Lawrence the last of the week, after a two weeks' visit in Topeka with Mrs. Herbert Armstrong. Air. John Wade and Mr. Frank Funke. two students of Shattuck Mili tary school, at Faribault, Alinn., are expected in Topeka to spend the holi days with Air. Paul Mulvane. Airs. Nettie Wilcox Beard, of Hutchin son, who haa been the guest of Airs. J. S. Collins and daughter for several weeks, has gone to Kansas City to at tend grand opera. The girl3 of the T. T. club will enter tain their boy friends Saturday even ing at the home of Misses Alice and Virginia Meade. Two weeks from today is Christmas. A Masonic Jodg-e has been organized and incorporated at Hoxie. f I. Van1?Tift is cn fined to his room in Kansas City by sickness. Edna, Kan., report to the state authori ties ao outbreak of smalipox. The state association of county clerks will meet in Topeka tomorrow. The T. M. C. A. -will occupy the Audi torium the evening of December IS. The reenlar monthly meeting1 of the Commercial club is tomorrow evening. The thermometer resristered eisrht de crees below freezing point this morning. The Conway Springs state bank is a newly organized and incorporated bank. Walter Kvans of the Kansas City Star is in Topeka for the remainder of the week. Co p el aj id and "VCest made the hfgh score at the whist clut iast night and will hold the club buttons for this week It is said that A. B. Quinton will be a candidate for the school board from the Third ward at the spring election. The Thespian Dramatic club will give & vaudeville performance this evening at the Modern 'Woodmen ha.ll at 119 West Sixth strt-et. The F. C. Whitney and Edwin Knowles production of Quo Vadis comes to the .a w f or d Wednesday and Th u rsd a y nights. The city engineer has made the esti mates for putting up the tire bell and will snbmit them at the next council meeting. , There need be no fear from the case of smallpox found yesterday, as it was at once quarantined as were the people who had been ia the house. Baldy. who spent a time In the city prison for gambling, seems to be having some trouble with the jointist. who ac cuse him of acting as a setter. The park commission expects to beau tify the space back of the city building next spring by planting flowers and hav ing waik3 made It will be a sma.il park. W. J. Costigan will prepare f-r the State Historical societv, a memorial or the death of ex-Governor dwelling. This is not to exceed 2,500 words in length. There is a revival of interest in duck pin bowling at the T. A. A. Teams are being organized and matches played- A tournament may be arranged soon. Glen Carter, a brother-in-law of State Treasurer Grimes, was killed a few davs ago on a railroad at Spokane, Wash. He was an employe and death was due to an M. Beardsley of Kansas City, a lawyer doing business in the federal court, went to Kansas City last night to attend to his official duties as a member of the board of aldermen. Arthur Kane, who has for several months held the position, of city editor of the Topeka Capital, has resigned. John Fritts, who formerly held the city desk, will again "resume the duties of city edi tor. The liquor cases which were dismis3ed in the district court are those which were made under the search and seizure ordinance. None of the cases which were arrested under the last ordinance have come up for trial in the district court. The Young Women a Christian associa tion, will give a library party at the asso ciation rooms. 623 Jackson street, this evening. Invitations to the party ae In verse and invite each person to bring a book or magazine to donate to the library. Max KItngspom, a man living in Berlin, has written to Mayor Drew, asking it his father, who left Germany twenty years ao. had ever been heard of ia Topeka. His father's name is Max Kiingsporn and he was an architect and a Free Mason He is sending the same letter of inquiry to all the cities in America. F. S. Johnson of Washington county, candidate for doorkeeper in the legisla ture, is here looking after his interests. W. H. H. Young of Jefferson county, who was deposed as superintendent of the sol dier's orphans home at Atchison, is aiso a candidate for a similar position. TRUCKS LEFT TRACK. While Train Was K tinning 45 Miles an Hour. Isley, Ky Dec.ll. Eiffht persons were injured in a wreck on the Illinois Central railroad here today caused by the trucks of the tender of the engine drawing the New Orleans limited passenger train No. 103 leaving the track while running 45 miles an hour. The injured are: C. W. Northrop. Colfax, Md. Mrs. A. M. Cxjts, Princeton. Ky. J. W. Scott, Battle Creek, Mich. Ei Alenefee, Covington. Tenn. C. "- Underwood, eceineer. O. H. Summons. Owenboro. Ky. Aliss Nora Alunns, Dawson. James Franklin, Pullman car conduc tor. All tha Injured will recover. A PREHISTORIC MINE. CqL Eldredg, of England, Makes a Discovery in Wyoming. Denver, Col., Dec. 11. Col. James Nel son Eidredge, who is registered in Den ver from London, Eneiand. tells of a. prehlstcric mine.curiously carved images and ossified bodies recently found in Converse county, Wyoming. Col. Eld redge says the aboriginal miners proba bly had been searching for precious precious stones, probably turquoise. Descending the shaft, which he esti mates to be about 150 feet in depth. Col. Eidredge at first could not find any la teral workings. Closer scrutiny, how ever, showed that there were three lev els, and that the entrances to each from the shaft had been closely sealed. Col. Eidredge with considerable difficulty re moved the barrier to one of the levels and continued ci3 explorations. Appar ently, he says, these underground pas sages were not only a mine, but aiso a place of refuge. He believes they were excavated by a people similar to thoe who once lived much farther south. He exhibits utensils closely resembling those found in the ruins of the cliff dwelleta, and fine specimens of carved turquoise. But the most remarkable feature of the discovery wre two ossified bodies. Th";' were lying near each other and probabiv Just where they had fallen after a mor tal combats STORI WAS A FAKE. Government Cotton Crop Report Not Offered For Sale Prematurely. New York, Dec. 11. A special to the Times from. Washington, X. C, says: Arty Children ? Ttea we'll gDirtatce tnej tivc Kird colds. No child cscipes. It's cither a kard cold, the croup, bronchitis, or tie K-aooping-couga. There's but one remedy. It's just wist jrouf grandmother llwivs iept in the Louse Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, tie firaily coagi medi cine. T1it sizes: 25e., nourl for an ordinary eoli: j list riffiit for uthma, broiaciurU. hoarseness. wt.xptn - eoaeh. fcarti ci(is; i.ew, snast aeoKdniicai foe cfirocwi mm. 20 styles Toy Beds and Cradles, 10c to $1.50 each. Iron and Steel Trains and Miscel laneous Iron Toys from m 10c to $5.00 ea. Toy Drums lO to SX-OO Skates 39o to 9So Toy Trunks 25 to S3.9S Toy Guns 5c to g9c Toy Carts 10 to 25 Hajic Lanterns ...25 to S4.9S Don't fail to see our line of Decorated Opal Glassware youll be 25c last year. Boxes for 15c, that were 35c G. & H. Sets for 7Sc, that Boats and Ships In wood and steel from 5o to SI. 25. See our 13-in, Warship at 10c each. We have the You will find Chairs, Remember it Pays to Trade at The story originating in New York that advance information on the gov ernment cotton crop had been offered for sale on Saturday on the Cotton Ex change came to the ears of John Hyde, statistician of the department of agri culture. "The story was a pure fake'." said Mr. Hyde. "I have been occupied per sonally in g-etting- the material for this report together and I took care that it was not published prematurely. No one has assisted me in the work. The re port has never been out of my posses sion. If anybody offered to st-11 what purported to be the government report, he must have made it himself for com mercial purposes." Mr. Hyde spoke . of the New Tork story as a simple effort to impose upon somebody as the affairs of his bureau are so managed that it would be diffi cult, if not impossible, for anybody hav ing access to any part of the statistical work of the bureau to make up a crop report without attracting attention and running the risk of a disgraceful expos ure and dismissal. He says that the story should not have been regarded seriously as he had emphatically de nied it on Saturday to several persons woh had asked him if it were true. A BrTPF HISTORY. Covering: the Origin of the Trouble Bet-wean The Hague and Lisbon. The Hague. Dec 11. Replying in the second chamber today to the interpella tion of Count von Bylandt, notice of which was given yesterday, on the sub ject of the tension between the Nether lands and Portugal, the foreign minister. Dr. W. H. de Beaufort, sketched the his torv of the misunderstanding wht-h he declared, had teen exaggerated. He said the Lnitca minister at Lisbon. Barm von Hfkeron, announced, November IT, that Portugal desired to withdraw the exe quatur of Hfir Pott -as consul of the Netherlands at Lorenzo Marques, unless the government of the Netherlands would obviate the necessity by dismissing or recalling Hen- Pott. As the Netherlands government had no official information that Herr Pott had permitted, as alleged, the importation of contraband of war, it could not accede to the demand for his recall wlhout a fuller inquiry and it. there fore, instructed the minister at Lisbon to cable to Herr Pott, a-sking him to cle-ir up the matter. Herr Pott then applied for lave to come to Europe, which was grant ed and The Netherlands proposed to Por tugal that an investigation be made dur in' the consul's visit and that three months be allowed for the rendering of a report on the subject. 55 JOLMISTS GO FItEE. Judge Eazen Decides They Can Not Be Held. Judge Hazen thi morning rendered hfs decision in the joint cases which were the same as the Murphy case, which he de cided yesterday. The decision was that all the cases would be dismissed. A part of the cases are not the same as the JIurphv case, as the joir.tists were ar rested without the specific mention in tne warrant of the violation of ordinance 2x:i. Xhe-se cases can be tried in the district court on the appeal which the Jointistf. took. However, it is not likely that they wiil be as City Attorney Bird has decided upon a differen procedure. The evidence in all of the cases will be furnished the county attorney and the names of the witnesses will aiso be furn ished. He will then be urged to prosecute the cases This will make state cases of all of them and the validity of the city ordinances tinder which they were origin ally arrested will have no bearing on the natter. The onlv hope that the city officers hav of securing convictions at present is that the county attorney will take up the cases. The total number of cases affected by Judge Hazen's decision is ao. Ibsen Against the Boers. Christiania, Dec. It. Hertrik Ibsen, the dramatist, in the Orebiadet. reiterates the statements he previously made airain-st the Boers, claiming that they formerly op pressed weaker peoples. He says he thinks the Boer symoathy manifested in so many countries ia unwarranted and rather ridic ulous. Committed Murder Alone. Taeoma, Wash.. Dec. 11. Martin Stickel. the prisoner held at the county jail for the murder of the aged Cornelius Knap, and his wife, near Cnstle Rock, on the night of November 3. has con fessed to having been the only party to the crime. He had previously impli cated another man. ON'T WAIT ANY Remember this week is your last chance to buy for the Holidays without being crowded. "We will store your purchases until you want them if you buy early. a rr Tool Chests Blackboards Sets China Dishes Doll Busies Hobby Horses Picture Books Arc-hare na $2. SO 6 qualities of Crokinole at $1.23 to $2. S3 Hundreds of Different Games 5c to 1. Dominoes 5 c and up. Checkers 5c and op. Chess 25 t and up. Checker and Backgammon Boards, com plete with men, JOc and up. best values in Dolls ever shown in Topeka. Wagons, Buggies, Blackboards, Furniture, Sleds, Velocipedes, Etc., in Basement MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES FEOU KANSAS CITY. No. 2 leaving- Kansas City 9:50 a. ra. is solid vestibuled train to St. Louis, consisting of Smoking; car, Day coaches, Reclining Chair car ( Seats Free) and Pullman Parlor car. Connections at St. Louis union depot with eastern lines for New York and Atlantic coast points. Lv. Kansas City..9:SO am " " " 9:15 pm " 1:10 pm a a 10:45 pm ', " " 6:55 am - u 9:55 pm " " " 10:50 am " " " 10:50 am " 9:55 pm " 2:25 am " 9:55 am u u 7:00 pm Ar. St Louis 6.-OS pm " " 7:10 am " " 10:O5 pm 7:20 am 6:50 pm Ar. Omaha......... 6:15 am " 6:25 pm Ar. Lincoln 7:03 pm 6:35 am Ar. Joplin... 8:45 am " " 4:OOpm " l:0Oam F. L XIPPS, Ticket l?ect, Topeka, PROGRESS OF PAYING. Hope That It May All Be Finished This Season. The contractors are g-etting- along- wpII with, the paving: only four blocks remain to be pawd before the first of the year. Thev are Fillmore street between Seventh and Tenth: Walnut south of Piercy; Tyler street between Fourth and Fifth. In ad dition to the paving thr-re remains 3X lts In front of -which sidewalk la to laid. Th-1 sidewalk: contractor is laving1 th walk at the rate of 2" lota a day. If the weather continues as it Is there will be no trouble in completing all the contracts before the first of the year. If this i? done it will be thje nrst time in the history of the city that some of the pa vinsf contracts did not go over to the next year. At the beginning of the rvr ent year there were about twenty blocks to pave, which had been, contracted for the year before. The contractors and the city engineer's department are making evtry effort to finish the work. They began the grading on Tyler street this mominff and that is tile last block to grade. BAT T LE AT CLOSE RANGE. Five Men Seriously Wounded in a Fight is an Oklahoma Saloon. Mountain View Station, Okia., DK!. 11. One of the most terrific shooting scrapes that ever occurred in Oklahoma took place in Cattle Excharigre saloon. A party of four, known as the HuKbes gang-, from Oak Creek, came in to take the town. After shoctin up a fw out of the way piaces. Marshal Jesse Morris and a deputy by the name of Acres rounded the gang up in a saloon. Mor ris threw his gun on a half-breed Cher okee by name of Palmsley. Palmsley was too quick, however, and knocking the gun aside, drew two forty-fives and the ball opened. The house was full of people, for a number of ames were goinf on, and at the first shot a stampede of the wild est character followed. When the battle ended, after less than a minute, five men lay in their blood on the floor. Morris, the marshal, was shot through the intestines. Acres, his deputy, was shot in the knee. Jess Williams had four bullet-holes tn him, and Frank Hughes was shot through the chest over the heart. Palmsley. the Indian, had four shots in his head. Marshal Morris, William Hughea and Palmsley will likely die. One of the desperadoes got away, but is pursued, and wili be captured. OVA TECHNICALITY. Judge Say Makes Important Ruling Favoring a National Bank. Cincinnati. Dec. 11. Judge Day of the circuit court of appeals has rendered a decision of importance to Rational bank stockholders. The Mercantile National bank of Cleveland, O., had been as sessed for taxation upon its capital stock at a valuation of $319,320. This was or. the basis of a 60 per cent, valuation. Later the state board of equalization increased the assessment by $123,000. NGE 25 to $4.98 19o to S2.50 10 to S2.50 1 5c to S5.00 75c to2.50 5c to Sl.OO surprised to see how cheap it is. were $2.50 last year, and dozens of Toy Carpet Sweepers 15o. 25o and 39o Each. BISSELLS MAKE. LO R Ask to see that line of Carlsbad China that we are selling at the usual price of German China. r A f4 I.v. Kansas City.. " " - " mum " M m " " M " " " m u u - " " Ean, The bank protested, claiming that this was a 71 per cent, valuation, and a!lg ins that thetincrease violated the fed eral lav. which serures to holders ut national bank stock the same treat ment in the matter ot taxes as Is giv.-n to all other furras of money capital. The bank further charred that pavings banks in Ohio were exemrfed ffrn tax burdens in a way altother differf-nt from national banks. Judw:1 Taft, w ho heard the case, ruled Bgaint the buik. Judge Day overruled JudK-e Taft's de cision, on the ground that the board of equalization had not served notice of the Increase. i Sow to Cure Croup. Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Ament. Duchess county. N. Y.. Pays: -'ChflmUr-lain'd Cough Remedy is the best melioine I have ever used. It is a fine children's remedy for croup and never ffills to cure." When given a.- soon as the c-iiifd bcom hoarse, (ir even aft-r the croupy cmjpp has developed, it wiil prevent the, attm k. This should be bortie in mind and a bot tle of the Cough Kemedy kept. t hand ready for instant use as soon as thes symptoms appear. For sale by ail drug gists. Chess at Princeton. Princeton, X. J., Dec. 11 The univer sity chess tournament which has been n progress for ffve we-ks has ben com pleted. J. B. Hunt. 132. won firsr r"ai-e. J. C. Henley. ir.'2, second place, while A. S. Weston, 199. J. H. Dodd. 1902, H. Ely. lOOe. and C. S. Richardson. le. tied for third place. Hunt and Henity. together with the two men chosen from tha four players who are tied for third place will compose Princeton's team who will compete in the ninth lnter-coil-gia-e tournament to be hf-41 in New Tork oa December 27. 2S. and 29 When the stomach is tired "ut It mt have rest, but we can't liv without food. Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure 'litres--ta what you etl'' so thiit ou ca.n eit ail trie good food you want while it Is restoring th ditfentive orira-ns to heairh. It is the only preparation that digests all kinUii ut foed. At ail drug stores. Army Bill Discussion. Washington. Dec. 11. The senate com mittee on military affairs today con tinued it3 consideration of the army bill. Secretary Root was before the commit tee for a brief time and recommended some changes. He was followed by Gen eral Miles, who continue his remarks of yesterday. Oent-ral Wilson, chief of engineers, also w at before the commit tee. To Cure LaGrippe, Colds or Neuralii Take Bromoline: It will cure a cold In one day. All druggists are authorised 10 refund money if it fails to cure. irc 2a cents per package. Unity Church Fair, Dec 13 and 14. Christmas sale of fancy articles, arrons. home-made preserves and can dies, both afternoon and evening of lec. 13 and 14. Supper Thursday. to 8 p. m. Friday evening fresh oysters In the shell opened and served per order. LZZ, Immense line of Cel luloid Goods, from 10c to $10 each. They are bet ter and cheaper than ever. We bought in February, before the raise. This fait 4 thev cost dealers nearly double what we paii for , ours. We have everything in White and Oik Toy Furniture. Iron Wagons 85 to Si. 93 Wood Wagons 2rr? Velocipedes S1.98 Sleds 23e toSl.US Cups and Saucers 5c to S ..(). Lamps 90 to SlO.OO We have Trays at 10c, that wero similar Bargains. 6i8 Kansas Avenue. jut- - n it . r, i 2:25 am 9:55 am 7:00 pm 9:40 pm, Ar. Carthage. 07 am 2 pra C am V" rni ant am :-?0 am 14 ra 25 pm 40 am Ar. Uttle Rock . MM M Ar. Hot Springs. Ar. St. Joseoh . . . 8 :40 am 9:40 am 8rOO am 10:5Oam 6:00 pm 6:10 am ... 7 ...lO .. lO .. 1 .. : .. 7; 1 1 1 Ty H I I I Chair V .J-J- i an! Xi Each. IL C. TOWXSLTD, G. P. &T. L, St. Louis, 1U. A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy rrivr. TPt. T. FEUX Qtil'WAI IVS r.P!rl i XJ CREAM, or MAt.li.IAL Hi AtlU II . . m rmsrt. .4 i$ M to! U '!- .y Tiiin! A - no r..un ltj.,lr i a . f ' li". 1. A f r f 1 (-:'- 1 " r hi im, 1 w 1 I -t rf, in Oj T"r.ri m-, i K'.r. s FR0- T. H0PK1M. Pr r. 37 Urwt )imH. N. T """" irt'A:j! mm . 4 Best Dining Car Service. Cn!j Depot la Cfsicjso ca th is lmi lr. CllljiEV ( U'S 1 cast m Ash Pit Doors. Orates. Thre-lioUs fig Troaghs. Elc TOPEKA FOUNDRY 2nd and Jackson. j0m" P"( 1WI mrJ 'V r1