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"OPERA STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, MAECH 22, 1901.
r.lOQEL. ! The 'J",! uullal Come tomorrow and you will find this question an swered in every department of this big store to your complete satisfaction. You'll hear the first note of the spring bargain campaign the clatter of the hammer on the freshly arrived boxes, telling of new fabrics, new patterns, fresh daintiness, as shown in the hundreds of pieces of spring fabrics being piled on our counters. New Underwear. I New Waists. I-adit-s All-Wo'I Albatross Shirt waists. Front trimmed with i,i!t buttons and croups of tucks: nir'nei t ry. t-.-tt-p J" 1 "' V Saturday Cheau at $2 $1.75 Ladies' nil r erize 1 black IVtti- w.vtn tl.iv. des t flour"-". Mutuniav 49c ! La -lies" r-a-ly-n-.a-V Dress Skirt Limd ar.'l faced. Brown mixlurc grav nnxtnt Saturday, t h id blue mixtures. $2.48 ;-ini'h !'': k Wool Ciepon Dress Cods: oii'y two cc-si-rs left worth $1 "o iH-r " vurJ. Saturday, it yard... ' 49c All-wool Albatross. Rs inches wile Ma. k and ail the popular coloi ings. worth ,'.e per yard. Saturday, per yard - ..45c Slater's' arl nil other standard brands of Cambric Linings. Satur day, per yard 4o Str.n-larJ Calicoes. Black and whit-, filvtr grey, indigo blue. Cal cutta' bine, and ail fancies. Satur day, per yaid 4' jo Wall Paper. Complete new stock Just in. Not an old roll in the house. Hammocks. All styles and prices. We Can Suit You. o " ' tr J' Z - IJO-vs auu viiiiuren s juept. is also 'ri'i-- v replete with all the newest in Suits, Shirts, --.J Hats and Caps. Men's Fine Suits. New- Nobby Worsted Suita, latest fabrics, medium colors, made as well as your tailor makes them, will fit you perfectly, see what they are selling on the avenue for 620.00, and then let us save vou $3.50 by ft C fl the Model selling them to you for 1 U.0U Our Line at $12.50 is a World Beater, Thesa qualities are not sold in any other store in the city for less than S15.00, they come in pure worsteds, no cotton in them, Fancy Cassimeres, up-to-date styles and perfect litters. Don't fail to see these before buy ing yonr spring suit they will not be offer- Afn C" ed you in -any other store for 0 1 .UU - : 1 (ml At SlO OO er've JOH an un1im!te1 assortment at this price in all the New Nobby Cassimeres new striped worsteds thorouehly tailored -nd the fit is guaranteed. Don't miss CIO A A J seeing these suits at. $ 1 U.U U Z M.-n'c Ic rr Cuitc bee this line of Cassimere Suits 111C11 S J55.OO 3U11S we arQ seling at 85.ooyou will hardly believe your eyes when you see what we are giving you, they are thoroughly well made ft C A A well finished suit and a snap at iyv)UU Vnnthc' snif c in a Srreat variety to fit ages 12 to 19 iuuiiis ouu-i years all the newest fabrica-per- ... feet fitting- the prices are 84.95 S6.00 S7.50 $8.50 S9.SO. Bov's Cllildren'; Suits to fit ages 7 to 16 years, uu williuren 5. auilS an imruense variety of 4. Children's Suits in DB. or 3 piece styles, at SI. 50 S1.95 S2.23 S2.50 S3.00 S3.50 S4.50. J Vestee Suits to Fit Ages 3 to S Years New nobby little suits in Vestee Styles in all colors at SI. 50 S1.9S S2.25 S2.50 S3.50 S3.95. McCall Patterns, 10c and 15c. Kemper & WANTS TO KNOW OF FUSION Populist State Committee la SendiDg Out "Feelers." The Por-unst state central committee la s.f kinar tht smtiment of its party on its future polity in view of the anti fusion law p:iis-l y the l-pisiaiiire. It will curry on a discussion through the columns uf its orncial orttan. tat? Far mer's Advocate, and to that nd submit a list of questions to the rank anil fi'e, suHi itins; their vl-ws. The questions are: "No. 1 Are you in favor of a straight people's party ticket from this time on? "No. 2 Are you in favor of fusion? 3 Are you ia favor cf the or Store of Real Economies. I MODEL. ! 9rsin? New Tailored Suits. New Skirts. Standard light Shirting Prints all good styles and fast colorings. Saturday, per yard ....2"-c 72-ineb -Cream Linen Table Item ask five different patterns, worth fc5c per yard. Saturday, per yd. .38c l;okftiId fine Zephyr Ginghams warranted fast colors iitxxi assort ment in stripes and cheeks worth l:c 6 Vic Ask to see the Satin-Skin Toilet Preparations. Saturday Night after 6 o'clock. All Sills Corded Taffeta Ribbons fifteen different colorings No. 4 -32 inches wide (heap at 25c. -12c SILK ZEPHYR GINGHAMS just received new, bright, dainty styl s some asjt 35c for this grade 19c "White Crochet Bed Spreads extra large and heavv. hemmed, all ready for use $1.25 value 89o Garden Seeds. Fresh and new. In Bulk and Package. Sweet Peas In Bulk. Satin Skin Soap, 15c Satin Skin Cream ; V , c rr . i rr c f I oa.uu puwuer iiOC v nite, iiesn, urunoiie. y'tf 4Y Ask for free sample, r ' i 4 Buy Your Spring Suit Here We were never so well prepared for Spring as this season. Men's nobby Spring Suits, Fashionable Hats, Stjlish Shirts, New Stj-le Collars the best and biggest assortment the Model ever had the pleasure of showing. - AS The New Model Supply Paxton. Sixth and ganization of a new party? !:. 4 Are you in favor of going Into tlr Democratic party? "No. o What do you suggest as an aid to the peretuation of people's party principles? "No. 6 What ia your opinion of the propriety of making direct legislation the paramount issue in the next state com-paign?" The members of Capital lodfre No. 7, D. of H., are requested to meet at' No. 21i Walnut street to attend the funeral of Sister Klla Jamison at 2 p. m., Satur day afternoon. JIarch 23. Other lodges Invited. By order of INEZ K INC AID, C. of H. New Embroideries. New Hosiery. BAILEY'S PERFUMES "Queen of the South" and "German Cologne" 15c packages, each 3c One, lot, Swiss and Cambric Em broideries, Edgings and Insertings, mill ends, running from 'i yd. to 6 yds. to piece, worth up to 35c per yajd 5c Ladies' Spring Weight Ribbed Vests high neck and long sleeves; sizes 4, 5 and 6 lOc "THOMAS' LIQUID CLtTE" and ."INVISIBLE CEMENT" both fav orably and well known will mend anything bottle 4c TRAVELERS' SAMPLES-Ladies' fine full reeular made seamless FANCY HOSE worth up to S5c pair choice 25c 27-in. wide Black Taffeta Silk worth $1.25. 27-in. wide Black Peau de Sole Silk worth $1.25. 27-in. wide Black Satin Duchess worth $1.25. All choice, per yard....S9c r" Medicines - All the remedies for that tired feeling at two thirds drug store price3 SEPTEMBER Easter Egg CV Dyes the white rab bit kind TRY IT. , Try a Pair of Union-made " Breadwinner" Overalls and Vou Will Have No Other. "Hansen's" Work Gloves Are the Best Try a air. Opening Sale of Spring Shirts ! Men's Shirts with separate collars and cuffs, latest styles, at 50c Special Offer -5 , Men's fast color f 1 '? M- . ou:., .'1 1. j'- lUdUidO Qilll IS, Willi f, - I pair detached link cuffs, in new checks and stripes full made a $1.00 value anywhere i the New Model's special price is 75c Men's Fine Madras Shirts, "Armour Brand," in all the latest patterns, an elegant as sortment at S1.00 anl 81.50 Ask to see those new White Negligee Shirts with pleated bosoms at S1.00 Men's Hats New Spring styles, all colors, all shapes, at SI S1.50 $1.90 S2.50 $3 An elegant assortment of Boys' Caps at 25 0 and 50c Store. McCail Patterns, 10c and 15c. Quincy. Lincoln Post and Lincoln Circle No. 1, Ladies of the G. A. K., will give an en tertainment at Lincoln Post hall on Sat urday evenine, March 23. Every one in vited. No admission fee. i COMMITTEE. Public Meetings Forbidden. St. Petersburp-. March In connection with the riots here the prefect has Issued a decree forbidding meetings and assem blages in the streets and squares. Per sons infririf-'insr this legislation are liable to imprisonment for a term not exceed lng- three months and a fine not exceeding- five hundretl roubles. It tickles the Palate Churchill Ha vana Cigar. -it jii. hi AT THE PLAY LAST SIGHT. If your vvffe is jealous, if you have lit -the ppats and maybe boxing matches, or if your home is troubled with any family .iars, just take your wife to see "Because She Loved Him So" and all must be happy ever after. It's so funny, and yet the s.tory and the moral are good and wholesome for all. When William Gillett adapted the play from the French it was dubbed "The Little Minister of Farce," and the sobri quet is well deserved. "Because S :ia Loved, Him So" is such a clean yet up roariously funny farce that even in less talented hands it would be funny. Tbo story is of a young married cou ple, the "Wests." "Gertrude West" is extremely jealous and suspecting. She Eccusses "Oliver West" of all sorts of in trigues and deceptions whenever he en ters or leaves; their home. "Gertruj Wei'" expects company to dinner one evening. Her maid, knowing her jealous disposition, places two blonde hairs on "Oliver Wert's" shoulder and sprinkles him with perfume. Gertrude smells and sees. She will hear none of "Oliver's" de nials but denounces him as a gay, do ceiver because of the two blonde ha'rs and the perfume. She goes to the home cf her parents. "Oliver" follows. "Tliom .s Wetherby" has informed "Gertrude's" par-'-nts of the quarrel. So, when "Ger trude" and "Oliver" reach the parental roof they find Mr. and Mrs. John Weath- f rby who have been so quietly and hap pily wedded for 30 years, quarreling and each demanding divorce. It is a ruse on the part of the parents to bring thtir daughter to her senses. The funny situ ations are unlimited and all are taken advantage of. "Gertrude" makes a mess cf the whole affair and from a pla ciuarrel between her parents nearly pre cipitates a real one. Then she makes tip with her husband ami it is explained that she was jealous and caused all the trouble about him "Because she loved him so." The company which presented the play last night at the Crawford is practically the same as was here last season. Miss Clara Dickey still makes a very pretty, petulant, faultfinding and jealous "Ger trude West." Her conception of the part is excellent in every detail and when in one of her "tantrums" she seems to be so awfully In earnest that a person would give hr the sidewalk were he to meet her on the street after the, perr forma nee. Thomas David, the same wno played "Oliver West" last season is just as good as before. He could be no bet ter. The "John Wetherby" of W. H Turner is a well done character part and lunny in the extreme. The parts are all well taken and the play is good so no audience could ask more. It was a mis erably small audience which saw the farce last right. Something is wrong with Topeka audiences of late. AN OLDER VOTER. Wm. Harklerodes Is 89 and Will Vote This Spring. The Sfete Journal of last evening sta ted lhat Joshua Martin was the oldest registered voter in Topeka, giving his age So years, but It has been found that there is an older voter registered - ho will doubtless vote et the city election, than Mr. Martin. His name is William Harklerodes. Mr. Harklerodes will be S9 years old in August, and for one of thar. age is still quite active; he having twice last summer gone to the top of lie state house dome, apparently with very little fatigue and inconvenience. M Harklerodes was one of the pioneers of Lexington. Mo. where he settled in 1S37 or 1S3S. In 1849 he took a stock of mer chandise loaded upon six wagons to Cal ifornia. Having started from Independ ence, Mo., he struck the Kansas river in the neighborhood of Lawrence and came on westward, passing over or near the site of Topeka. In 1856 and 1857 he ow1 ed nnd operated the first and only lead smelter in Jasper county, Mo. In 1SS.". then a resident of Kansas, he was ore of the first settlers in Stevens county, this state, and. notwithstanding his gret.t age, at the opening of Oklahoma, went into Oklahoma City upon the first train carrj'ing settlers, where he took a claim. Mr. Harklerodes has voted at every presidential election commencing wilh that in which Van Buren was electa, down to the present time. Having vole! for Van Buren, he has always voted the Democratic tff ket. He carries a gold watch, won upon Polk's election In 1R4'. This watch was stolen out of his pocket on the train the night he reached Okla homa City and was recovered by him five years later, found in a pawn shop in St. Joseph, Mo. He has never asked for nor held office' elective or appointive. He was a delegate in the Clabe Jackson con vention in 1S61 to take Missouri out of the Union. He never scratches his tick et, and never apologizes for or criticises the action of his party. He is the father cf Mrs. H. B. Kelly and lives on Quincy street near the northwest corner cf Eighth. ; An Ex-Consul Loses Money. New York. March 22. Edward Espi nosa. who until a month ago, was consul E-eneral at this port cf the United States of Colombia, appeared in the Center street court as complainant against J. Gerardo Polo, who had been his vice con sul. The complaint on which Polo was held on examination charged him with stealing $210. The consul says that Polo paid only J300 of a draft for $500 . but cedited the full amount on the books. Archbishop Lewis to Resign. Montreal, March 22. Archbishop Lewis, the Anglican metropolitan of Canada, has prepared his resignation, owing to ill health and has summoned a meeting of the house of bishops of Can ada to consider the matter. Bishop Bond of Montreal will probably succeed Archbishop Lewis. The Massachusetts Again Afloat. Washington. March 22. Navy depart ment officials were relieved of all appre hension concerning the big battleship Mitssachuset ts. which ran aground in Pen-acola harbor while on her way out to sea yesterday morning by the receipt of the following telegram from Captain Reisinger. commandant of the Pensacoia yard, dated at WarringtoTi. Fla.. March 22: "Massachusetts got off about 5 a. m.. towed bv Leonidas outside. Has joined he squadron. Sent liehters to her last night. Will wire particulars later." i Kaiser Meets the Reichstag. Berlin, March 22. Emperor William today received in audience the officers of the reichstag and diet, who expressed the indignation experienced by the members of their respective houses at the recent outrage committed on his majesty at Bremen, and conveyed the congratulations of the members at his majesty's escape. Buffalo Exposition "Akron Route" Parties addressing J. T. Foley T. P. Agt., Kansas City, Mo., J. M. Ches brough, A. G. P. Agt., St. Louis, Mo., may learn all about attractions of the Pan-American Exposition and the new route to Buffalo which opens May 5th over the Pennsylvania-Vandalia and Erie lines via Indianapolis, Columbus and Akron, with through passenger ser vice twice per day from St. Louis and other points. f A jovial spiritualist might be appro priately termed a happy medium. Fi n fl E 3 P AID MISCELLANEOUS ADS. WANTED SITUATION'S. WATFDBy'Va'y ence, siuation as stenographer or type writer. Address G. C. M., care Journal. WANTED By a young lady, situation as collector. Address L. M., care Journal. WANTED A position by a competent of fice man, thorough bookkeeper, good stenographer and typewriter, moderate wages. Address Stenographer. care Journal. FIRST CLASS washing and ironing done at 1016 Grand. Call and see us. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED White eirl for general kitchen work. 204 West 6th St. WANTED White girl for general house work. 411 Tyler. WANTED White woman to do family washing Monday mornings at 412 Green wood ave. k . WANTED At once, a good girl. Apply at 122 West Sth st. WANTED First class waist and skirt makers. $1.25 per day. Mrs. Mercer, Crosby Bros. WANTED Sewing girls at northeast cor ner Sixth and Polk sts. WANTED 3 good seamstresses at Mills Dry Goods Co. Inquire 2J fioor. WANTED Girl for general housework; no washing ; good wages. 315 Topeka av. WANTED Girl for general housework. Mrs. J. W. F. Hughes, 3u6 Greenwood ave., Potwin. ALL NATIONAL BANKS. A Complete Statement of Reports Soon to Be Published. New York, March 22.--A special to the Tribune from Washington says: The controller of the currency will soon publish a complete statement of re ports from all the national banks in the United tSates. As this statement is made in answer to the first call for 1901, .he results are being awaited with much in terest. The time between December 13 and February 5, the date of the call, said in industrial circles to be the null season. The figures already obtained from abstracts reflect surprisingly large gairs as compared with the previous statement which was a record breaker. The aggregate resources of the banks in New York state, as shown by yTits3.4npichw556., the controller's accounts, are $S06,15.). 156, which is J226.96I less than tne amounts recorded in December, but is substantially greater than the -figures of the first statement in 1900, which did rot react, the $200,000,000 mark. The new statement shows the amount of individ ual deposits of the Empire state national banks which is considered the bankers barometer to be $123,955,773, a gain of $"., 634.486. The reports of the 44 national banks in New York city indicate that their total resources and individual de posits are $1,255,347,877, and $559,150X57 respectively, which exceed the preceding official figures by the enormous sums of $484,267,1977 and $92,649,123 respectively. The total resources of the national barks in the state of New York are ehown to be $1,506,638,855, while the individual de posits amount to $702,705,004. It is esti mated that with the savings bank re sources and individual deposits combin ed with those of the national banks, the total bank assets in the entire state would be approximately $2,000,000,006 and the deposits $1,000,000,000. Flourishing bank conditions exist in other sections of the country where in some sections the percentage of increase is greater than in New York. Texas is a conspicuous ex ample of the great prosperity enjoyed vhroughout the south. Since January 1. 1900. 59 new banks have been establish ed in this district, most of them in ac cordance with the act of March 14, 1900 The number recently reported to the treasury was 2S8, about the same as from Now Yolk. The resources and de posits reported by the national banks of the Lone Star state are $126,968,512 a-d $77,457,125, exceeding the December rec ord by $4,300,318 and $3,S73,230 respective ly. Probably the most remarkable re ports have been sent to the controller by the Oklahoma national banks, whose abstracts reflect thesubstantial increases in deposits and resources of $1,023,554 and $942 847. In this territory 21 national banks have been established since Janu ary 25, 1900. In Pennsylvania, Massachusetts a,nd Illinois, including their principal cities, big increases in rational banks assets have been observed and the same en couraging reports are made concerni ig the bank statements for other states and cities whese accounts have been bal anced. Judging from the general run on the completed abstracts, officials predict that the grand total of aggregate resour ces and individual deposits of all the na tior.iil banks in the United States, in cluding those in Alaska and Hawaii, will exceed by many millions the high water marrc which was recorded on December J3, when the resources were $5,142,889. fS" and the individual deposits were $2,62;!, I'97.!i21. The six greatest, financial cities in the United States, as reckoned by the controller of the currency reports, rank at rresent as follows: New York. Boston, Chicago, Philadel phia. Pittsburg and St. Louis. SHKINERS IN HAWAII. Michigan Visitors Make Run From Frisco in Quick: Time. Honolulu, March 14, via Victoria, B. C, March 22. The steamship Sierra ar rived yesterday at noon with the visiting Shriners from Grand Rapids, Mich., and other places, aboard. The run was made in the quick time of five days and ten hours. The vessel was unable to drop her pilot at the Golden Gate owing to the rough weather. The reception com mittee from the local Shriners chartered a tug and met the steamer outside the harbor. A large crowd was at the dock to receive the Shriners. The excursion ists were escorted to automobiles and hacks and conveyed to the new Moana and Hawaiian hotels. No special pro gramme for the entertaining of the guests had been arranged, the idea being for the local Shriners to entertain the visitors in an informal way. On Sunday, however, the Shriners will attend the native feast of Luau given by the local institution. A ball is to be given this week in honor of the visitors who will also attend a performance of the Lewis Morrison-Florence Roberts company in Nell Gwynn. A local temple will be in stalled at this place during the visit. The government band gave a concert last night at Moana hotel in honor of the Shriners. Man's greed for gold was probably. the original germ of yellow fever. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED At once, two men. steady em ployment. Apply room 4, 60 Kan. ave. WANTED Men at Taylor & Sons nur series, three blocks east of A., T. & B. F. shops'. WANTED By an energetic business young man, a position of trust; best of references and security given. Alexan der, care Journal. WANTED Experienced young man to cierk in grocery. 6th and Jakaon. WANTED Young men to learn illus trating, bookkeeping or advertisement writing by mail, privately at home: tui tion payable 60 days after a position is secured: information "free. Correspond ence Institute of America, Scranton, Pa- W ANTED Active man or lady to deliver and coliect; no canvassing: salaiy fcV) per month; references and security re quired. Address L. M. .Bard, manager, Topeka, Kan. BUSINESS CHANCES, CAPE HOME GOLD FIELDS produced io.tMO.OuO lost vear and will produce $2u. 0M.000 this year. So says Dr. Cable White head, ex-chief assayer of the United States. The Blue Stone Mining and Trnnspc na tion Co. has a perfect title to 66 claims or 1.320 pores, all situated in the richest fold producing -territory in Cape Nome istrict. About June 1 this company will be en route to Alaska with boat, machin ery and hydraulics to work the richest placer mines ever discovered. They are selling the first allotment, of treasurer's stock at 25 cents per share to buy tills machinery. Do you want to become a Tartner in this great mining proposition ? f so. come in now while you can buy shares cheap. 25 cents per share on prop ertv that will undoubtedly yield a divi dend of 30 to 50 per cent this year. In one year's time this stock will sell for $1 per share. We have a limit, and onct that is reached no more shares will be offered, for we will have money enough to pay for machinery and transportation. It is the getting started that costs. Will you look into this? Will you send for a book we have published, entitled "The Blue Stone Mining and Transporta tion Co.." which contains a full and com plete description and views of these won derful gold claims? Capital stock. S5.000.000. Offices ChicaKO, Deadwood, S. D.. Nome City, Alaska. This company has also opened a local office at 529 Kansas ave., Topeka, Kan., room 1, telephone 232. for the purpose of putting stock on this market. If yo-i will call, talk with our agent and read our prospectus you will be Interested in this, the greatest mining proposition of the day. We will want forty men who take stock to help work these claims at $5 tier day and board. Agents wauled to sell stock. WANTED MISCELLANEO US. WA NTED Delivery cheap for cash. T. peka ave. horse: must be M. Euwer, 735 To- SEE ADVERTISEMENT of Thos. Ward's auction on page 4. WANTED Lace curtains and portieres to clean. Mrs. Fosdick, 725 Quincy1 et. WANTED Harness, buggies. wagons, surreys, etc. Pay cash. .Newell, 23 Kansas ave. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT One large front room, mod ern conveiences, private family. 713 To peka ave. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms by respectable family of three. 434 Mad ison St. FOR RENT 4 unfurnished upstairs rooms. Call mornings. 607 West 6th. FOR RENT HOTJSE3. FOR RENT i room house, 11G Tyler, north of First st. FOR RENT Nice 3 room cottage, 109 Jef ferson st. FOR RENT 4 room house, 1028 Polk. Thompson Bros., 026 Kansas ave. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT 5 acres garden land. Oakland. P.' C. MOORE, 420 Kansas ave. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Good fresh cows, at 836 Mon roe St.. North Topeka. BEST OF ICE CREAM, any flavor, large dish. 6 cents. 80S Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good black driving mare 5 years old. 516 Polk. FOR SALK Fine Jersey cow and heifer. 1325 West st. FOR SALE Handsome mahoeany finish upright folding bed, $25. 222 West 8th st. FOR SALE 2 Shorthorn cows. 1551 Lo gan st.. North Topeka. FOR SALE Fine fertilizer for flower and lawn: price 75c load: also, forest trees furnished at reasonable prices. Address R. L. Thompson, route 6, Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE Cheap, lady's bicycle. 1010 West Eighth. FOR SALE Fine set double driving har ness. Peterson's barn, Jackson st. FOR SALE My new house and li lota. 204 Chandler st. FOR SALE A restaurant, cheap. Call at 107 W. Norris st., North Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE Cheap, one showcase and 3 good counters. T. J. Ferguson, 12o E. 4th. FOR SALE Good milch cow. or trade fo good horse. 1920 Van Buren. FOR SALE Good horse, safe for lady. Lowman Hill car. 1220 Randolph st. FOR SALE Cow giving Z gallons milk. 113 East Sixth st. FOR SALE Household goods, dinina room set, bedroom set, range, etc., at 325 Clay. FOR SALE Blacksmith shop doing good business in Shawnee county town. Apply D. B. Johnson, 118 West Sth. PHYSICIANS. TAKE NOTICE Static electric machine, surgical Instruments, dental forceps, medical books for sale cheap. Call between 3 and 5 p. m. at 118:4 West 6th st. Going to Cpe Nome. Bound to sell. FOR SALE Good team and wagon, $130. 1042 Pine st. FOR SALE One of best restaurant busi nesses iu Topeka. Call 624 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Black Langshan roosters and a few hens. 421 Quincy. Trying to Prevent a Strike. Pittsburg. Pa.. March 22. President W. D. Mahon of the International Associa tion of Street Railway Employes of America, is in Pittsburg today investi gating a new dispute between the Monon gahela Street Railway company and its employes over .the discharge of four men who, the men say. were active spirits in the short strike last month. The com pany claims the men were discharged for cause. President Mahon thinks the trou ble can be adjusted without resorting to a strike. , Big Imperial Loan. Berlin. March 22. A syndicate of lead ing Berlin and provincial banks, headed bv the Imperial bank, has taken over an imperial 3 per cent loan of 3'i"'.tXi.) marks which will be issued early in April. FOR SALE REAL ESTAX: FOR SALE LAN l Trego county, northwest quarter of sec tion 26, towiwhl" U. range 21. till tr", smooth land. 5 miles from V U" --v.; '. Clark county. I!1 niii.s from ;o !:u.e.;!a, 100 acres, all "tillable, tine lan. I. .". Ford county, northwest qimrrer of por tion 22, town'shin 2. range 25, all snioi.tri Wheat land. 4 miles from Mitin.wiH, ft". Kiowa countv. ncrthwest ijuurt'-r X yc ticm 30, townsnfn 2. range 2i. ml rr.'."t(t wheat land, 3 milen from Mulllnsviiie. $i Pawnee county, 640 acres f.ue whtit land, 5 per per. SCOTT & SCOTT. 615 Kansas ave. FOR SALE-Plu bnrimlnk dwelling 4 rooms. 2 nice east front, lots. Mopr st., 4 blocks from p-.st'tf tre. onlv ?'..v.'i. E. C. MOORE. 420 KansHS ave. FOR SAI.F A 12 room house within two blocks of Wsshburn coik jre. b'u.e 1 s pecially adapted to nnyon hvi!:K j lai-p family to educate, or anyone wNhlntr t i take students as roomers; three 1,:-j. i;ir; . burn, shade and fruit trees. bri'S wh;1;. well and cistern: pmprriy In ...'d ven dition and wid be sold at cousi-ir;i !'!- less than improvements cost. An'.r interested address Owner, cui'd Jovrn:il. OSTEOPATHY. LINDA HARDY, 1. .. israduato A. S. O., Klrksvill. Mo., 211 East Eighth st. DRESSMAKING. LADIES. NOTIEThe dmnrd fo making at our cutting srh'tol h; so great that we hiive dn-l'il t dressmaking department, wh.-re nl desiring first class work, a Ix-a;::-comfortable fit. are cordially r.it call. Standard Dr'-s OutUn; northeast corner Sixih and I'olk r d re is 1. n-l. CARPET AND LACE CLEANING WANTED Carpets, lace and cr.e,,!- cur tains to cle;w! ; iniiraiiis wa-h.ii. .1. 11. Fosdick; 9u8 Kansas ave. 'pnwi vo. WANTED Curtain and lace r'. :.,n ':.(:. Mrs. Fosdick, 725 yumcv. .SHE liA.l XQT MOVED. . . WANTED Lace and portiere cut'-'!::- cleu..Mrs. Fosdick, -:H Kas, v. 1 r I. s"-'i. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. I WILL RECEIVE BIDS ' for the two story building at 372 Jackson ytre,-;, house No. iiio. whleh musi l rrio. . t from the premises; biiildiriK is about K,to. Also for the tour room cottage ju ;;;. af; T 370 Jackson street, house No. i . o -must nlso be removed. F. C. Bovven, Van Buren street. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. L. A HYPER. M. D.. OFFICE and residence corner Cordon st. and Central ave.. North Topeka. 'l'hon. 214. lines the Brinkerhoff system of rectal treatment, a sm ces.-f ul ami painless treat ment for piles, fistula, fissure, ulceration, etc. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office "Z32 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. t 11 a. m.. and 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 598 residence and 16 oflice. DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathist. C.J Kansas ave. Teli phone i2. MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY. MAGNETIC OSTEOPATH Y Many cure- in Topeka to prove our work: ruiine A. T. Still Osteopathy and Wcltmeri-Ti combined. Dra. Chamberlain As Co., L'.i Quincy st. CLAIRVOYANT. MRS. INEZ WAilNEH. trance test medi um, at 32u Monroe st. CLAIRVOYANT Mrs. Reel, colored, at 128 Van Buren St.. between 1st and 2d. MACHINE SHOPa CLIPPERS. RAZORS nnd lawnmoweri - sharpened; quick repairs. bi vr'.e--. ma chinery. etc., at the Golden Rr.l, 5"5 Ks. av. FLORIST3. MRS. J. R. HAH EE. Florist, successor t" R. J. Groves, 817 Kansas ave. 'Phone ik'-. Cl'T FLOWERS and floral rlslsns. at Hayes', 10. West Eighth st. 'Plume 5v.i. STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCIL3 THE J. C. DARLING CO . 734 Kan. A v. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum tra.lij checks. Prices low. Catalogue fret. Tel. Z'-2. MONEY. TO LOAN Money on Topeka real estate). Pay back monthly. Low inti-rest nit". Shawnee BtiikHtie: and Loan Association. See Eastman at 115 W st Sixth st. MONEY TO LOAN on live stock. piuno-, organs, typewriters, househoid goods ae I personal security. L. Lij-coe, 523 K.m. ave. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN'.' Jew. ler and Opti cian. Cornp'ete slock of watches, u.a monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. SPECIALISTS. DR. C. H. Ol'IBOU, Diseases of th Nos-, Throat and Luns. 7e,; Kansas uve. BICYCLE 3. TOPEKA CV'CLK OO.. 112 West k'h s?. Tel 7e6. liievt-U-s and F'nnlrn-. : bicycled and tandems for rent; r .pairing f,al kinds. U. S. CYCLE Co.. 118 E Sth st. National and t'nlon bicycles. Sundries, rt. pairs. L ' r! PAVING. ?HEfiFFicE of the ( npilal Cltv VltrU fled Brick a- n I'avlnir Co. has been re moved to 118 West E yhth st. PATENTS. Fl'scllRR fr THORPK. Patent Lawyers, 314-317 Junction Bide., 9th and Main t Kansas City, -Mo., have new boon, on pat ents fur free uistributiou. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TKANSr-Klt & P TOKAG'l Co.. packs, ship- and stores hous- ho. I gootls. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner, ij.; i Sixth Ft. .... ...... 11 : ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. T. D. Ill'MPIIHETP, Columbian buiidint?. Lawyer, room 1 1 LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED From S13 Fnst 11th st.. ml bay horse 16 hands hitro, white st -r i 'l forehead, has on blanket and brno:!j,o- on front lens. Paul Hovcke. 3IH E. lnh. WATCHMAKER. WATCHES cleaned. 75c: (locks, r. v: main springs. 75e: rystais. "c .'a - h p.tij t' r old goid or silver. All work eoiar j.te. vi. Old jewelry exchange1 f..r new. If har i up, see Uncle Sam, oi2 Kansas ave. HAIR DRESSING. SWITCHES, shampooing and hnird-e-j s lng. chains, etc.; l enrs' e i''riiri.--', Mrs. VanYleck. 22 East Fifth. T.-i-j.r-.jt,4 878. References bc-it ju tha city.