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TOPEKA STATE ioURXAL, WEDNESDAY EYEXING. MARCH 27, 1901.
SOUTH TOJL'EKA. Yt?ms Intended for this column should bo left with the Kimball Printing company. &o Kansas avenua. Lowmy's chocolates, at Kane's. Mrs. Courtney's for your Easter hats. Prices to suit all. Xew ties are bejig laid in the Union Pacific track near the depot. Mrs. H. I. Wlllitts of Newman was a. North side visitor yesterday. Mr !ri anl family will occupy the Btanstieid property on Jackson street. Miss Lizzie Oihbs who has been teach ins; embroidery here has gone to tier home in Oskaloosa. See Mrs. Courtney for your Easter hat?. Two stores, 6"3 South and SrUo North Kansas avenue. Wait for oar openin.tr Saturday. March SOth. .We wiil have some surprise (or you. a'SILEY & POST. W A McKnaueht has moved from F.21 West Our.lon street to the house on Central avenue vacated by Mr. Kimes. Miss Jessie 1 .-iddy has gone to the country f"r the . lietietit of her health. f;h is visiting the family of her uncle, J. M. Friday. So-cials Tor Thursday. 1 dozen ladies' skirts, regular $2.00. for II. 4S. Come quick if you want "tie of these. aiSTLEV & POST. Mrs. James Stanst'e-Id and daughter. Mrs. Etta laoey. will move the lust of the month from their Jackson street home to a Hat on Quincy street opposite the Auditorium. Th Argonaut club held their regular l.Ttillf last evening at tile home of Mrs. Chati-s Cuitis. Koll call was re sponded ti by quotations from Thomas Moore. Tne'l-sson in Kiiir'ish history dealt with th-' reign of the iuat ts to the revolution of bV There rv two pap-is r.a i. one by Mrs. M. It. White on Wesiniinsi er Abbey" and one by Miss Bessie Header on "Irish Trails." The musical part of the programme was fur nished by Air. C C Nicholson who gave tk vocal solo. Yest-rdny aft-moon two ladies ptop pe.l in front of tne Arnold Drug store to look at the picture of A. M. Haird and the boil. 1 nuik i s of the Santa . which had Io n presented to Mr. laird by the boiler makers. Neither lady was ac quainted with Mr. Uaird and failed to r-f-vcnlze him so could not onu'Tjiami the meaning of the picture, Standing near, also looking at the picture, whs a small boy. and ine of the ladies turned to him and said: "Can you tell me whose ptftur" this is?" Th? little boy proud of beirg noticed and of the chance to air his superior knowledge repiieu with a beamirc smile: "Yes'in. it's a pic ture of the divii.e healer and his fol lowers." Word has been received here of the J;--ath of Mr. K-lwin Brazier which oc curred Sunday. March 24th. at iiiltiatd. Ohio. Mr. Brazier was for many years a resident of the First ward, having come here from the east at the time the Rolling miil was started and was identi fied "with tiatt business during its con tinuance here. Later he was in the w hoiesale and retail shoe business, the tirm being known as Watt, Powell Brazier. Mr. Prazier was a communicant of the Kpisoop.il church and lor years was senior warden of the Church of the Oood Shepherd. He leaves a widow arid one child. Mrs. Richard Jones of West Gordon street. He was an uncle of Mrs. H. C. Safl'ord, and a brother of Mrs. Broun and Mrs. Frieze, formerly of North Top. ka. Mr. and Mrs. Brazier left Topeka last fall for Ohio and at that time Mr. Brazier was in poor health, suffering from nervous prostration. LEGACIES EXEMPTED. How Money Left to Charities, Etc., May Escape Taxation. Vash inert nn, March 27. The comnvs sion?r cf Internal revenue hiis held thai a h ?ary for liu-rary, charitable or edu cational us. s, on wlilch tax has not bee: paid to Marrh 1, 19M1, is exempt fri-m taxation. This docLsion was made In the case of a L-racy to the Philadelphia pchool ci desitrn far women. The oonimisMoner has accepted the ruling of the I. S. circuit court of av luals for the ninth circiu't to the efl-M t that "ponds are offered for sale" at th place where they are kpt for pale and where a sale may be effected. They ate not offered for sale elsewhere by eluding abroad an asent with sampks or by e? tabl shiner an office for the purpose of taking orders. SAYS HE'S It ICE. Kew Claimant to the Estate of the Dead Millionaire. Bp llffontainp. O.. March 17. Carl Carlson, a tailor of Muneie. Ind., Is en route to New York. l-.ere he asserts lie will enter a formal cHlm to a share of th lnlliiona left by Win. Marsh Kit-. Afurdinif Vi Carlson's story, his mother was twit-p rnarril. tier fiist hiishnnd w-as named Carlsr.n. She separateri from him a.iJ man-irtl John H. Kice. only son rt the d"al mlilionn iro. Carls-n declares lie is Ki-e's S"n. and was so reooqnized bffore liiee and his mother di(?j. al though he has always borne the name of his mother's firpt husband. Carlson. WAGES COME DOWN. largest Heductioa English Ironwork ers Have Experienced Since 1889. Ijondon. Marrh ST. In eonsequence of the reduction of the selling: price of iron wapes throushout the north of Kntrland In the manutactured iron trade will be reduced TV. per cent April 1. This is the larpest reduction recorded tince the adoption of the sliding scale in lv;9. The u-oduction of manufactured iron for the months of January and February r.f this year is 2.O0O tons less than for any preceding' two months since liiS. Mayor of Limerick Reaches Erin. Queenstown. March 27. The White Ptar line steamer Majestic which left March Di arrived here today. She ex perienced favorable weather "throuirhou t the trip. John J. Daly, the mayor of Limerick, who was among the rassen pers, seemed to expect to bt; arretted be cause of his speeches in the t'nited States, but the authorities had no inten tion of taking any notice of his utter &ncai Bert Himmel'a Death. P.ert Ifimmel whose sudden death at los Ar-Relt-s. Cal., was noted in this pa--per. had resided In Topeka from boy liood, and had been in tlie employ of the JSunta IV offices for a period of seven years. About three years ajfo he was transferred from the ofiices at Topeka to the offices cf the JJanta Fe Pacific at lass Angeles. His death was unexpected. He had been surferins from tuberculosis df the stomach, and was in the hospital for about two mouths. His body was taken from Ios Angeles, Cal., to Colo rado Fpiines. Col., where his parents and sister reside. The interment was in Kverirreen cemetery at the latter place, March lath. Attention Beulah Chapter If o.34,O.E.S "Will hold a special meeting on Saturday evening. March B0. Mrs. Etta Mains, rrand matron of Kansas, wiil be pres ent. Ail members of the order invited. Remember Elder's millinery opening. Thursday atteraaoa And Friday of this IJItlEF TELEGUA31S. FTKR IN" A MICHIGAN MIKF2. Kej-uWio. Mieh.. March LT. Fire started In No. I shnft of the. Republic mine last night and resisted all f-fr'orts to extinguish it. Tminy the tliime were ra&iii through the fimit and no estirnnre of the loss can be mad at this time. The mine ha.s been ciosf-d, t h rowing i.J men out of employ ment. Ail the miners escaped. IflXKKS 5KT THE A 1 VANTAGE. Mf.ssiilon. O., March 7. The miners and oi)f!':i i ors in c m Terence her3- reached an airrenTt-nt today whereby the new scale p. h? int erffct April 1. Trie operators pa ined sonic a Iterations in the workins? ruUs, but all ohn:iKf's rt-presen liner dollars and cents are in trie miners' f;tvor. The most imtjortsrit are an ativance of 2 cems a c.-ir for jui-tek, the reduction of If cents per kt e: i;i the pri(4e of powder and a re ducUon f J' cents per ton ia the price -f h- usf coal. KATHKoNfcl'S BOKPSMEX GIVE HIM Havana. March 2. 10. O. Rathbone, former dtrect)r of powts. who i.s now un (U r bail under ch arises .f fraudulent prac licet, will be takt-n it: to custodv, his bomismea having refused to continue .tho guura ntee . OVATION1 TO ITOBSON. Mnntsromt-ry, Ala., March 27.- Captain 1. Jr Hohson received an ovation at his homt in ireensboro last nisht. the oc casion iK'in x t he irtrsec.ta t ton to him of a. silver -rv Jce costing l.OiA) by his neigh bors anet frierid". WIUl, OKDKR A STRIKE. Pittsb:iri4 Iarch iT7. The etYorw of the T'nited !ix.r ltijy;u to pettle the trou bh-s betwtt-ii the Mononahela Traction company and lis employes by arbitra tion having failed, a mef-Unir of the em ployes will be held at miduigrht to take hnal action on the- question of ordering1 n strike. ;-7iend Manaarer D:ividson says tlie company's decision wiil not i f'hur.ceiL National President Mahon of the S ; r e t Railway union Is In the city Irvine to effect a pettU-int-nt without re--oru:iir to m strike. &UYi-:R OF Khi.TAH TAILOR SCR- Mount Vernon. HI.. March 27. Elijah Taylor, who was shot by Roiwrt 1 i i'l two wtH-ks. atro, died last night. Itill has surr--ndered ana" cliiims he shot in Ke! f-.l-fei ise during a n iilir-iTaiion. KPKR FHflM CHILI KOK KAILS. I'it tsOui jyr. Mareh L'7. The Carnegie com pany has ret-t-ived an order from thft 'h!lenn government for tens of standard stetd rails for the roads of that country. The rails are to be delivered wiihin tri mnth?. N KIRK TEN PATS. fvtn Francisco, March 27. The fct has ju.t bee -me known tiiat the bit? Austrian si. winter Marianne, which arrived here lust Krioa y front J i a kotiate with a curyro of 3.i:") ions of sulphur, had been on lire in mid-( 'cean ten ua s bel"tre rea chi nsr jort. Fortunately the ri:e was confined to the middle hatch and was not on the sur face. The complete TioodinR of th coni partment. In which was at least 50 tons of suljtioir. saved the steamer and possi bly the Iics of all nn board. :ul'sT LOWER FAKES. LansiriE'. Mich.. March The supreme court 'I'liiay h led an opiiticn uiholihnp the ruMr.tr of Commissioner sbrne that the ei.riuiurs of the WabiLRh railway in U.-hian exceeded $3.i- per mile la-t year and that the company must reduce its iiass ii:-r-r fai t; in Michigan to 2 cents p-r miie. Tlie court holds that in deter mining what the domestic fares shall be it is ompete-nt to include the amount of interstate lares earned by that portion of the r.id lying within this state. Thai wts the ones i ion involved. Nil FKKK COINAGE IN" TN'DTA. Iondon. March 1T7. The Indian secre tary. Lord George Hamilton, in the house of commons tiKlay said the government had no intention of again considering pro posals fr the free coinage of silver in India. The coinage last year was six teen cmres, nearly asjrnuch as, the highest free 'coinage vear. l!-n-7S. TO PAY HAWAII'S DEBTS. "Washington, March 27. W. F. McLen nan, c lii i f of the warrant division, and W. XV. Ludlow, one of the officials in the audit' r's ot rice, treasury department, will sail for Honolulu about the middle of April for the purpose of paying the bonded debt of the Istaml. which payment wai authorized by the resolution of an nexation and provided for by an appropri ation made by the last congress. The present debt amounts to about &;,2l0.ok, of which aKVtoO is held in Ixmdon. The Hawaiian holders will receive thirty days' notice of the con tern plated payment and t he Jjondon holders about t hree mont haj, at the expiration-of which time the inter est will cease. i RULE ON BUCKET SllOrS. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Promulgate Court Decisions. "Washington, March 27. The com missioner of internal revenue has tiro- mu'.pated the recent decision of the t'nited States circuit court of appeals, third circuit, which held that no stamp tax accrues on a presumptive resale of stock where bucket shop transax-tions are settled by payment of differences. This decision will be followed bj' the in ternal revenue officials la disposing of all similar questions. The commissioner also has held that there ts nothing- in paragraph 3 of schedule A. act of March 2, 1!01. which implies that a purchase or sale of stocks must be presumed and a written memo randum delivered when a transaction is closed or terminated. On the other hand, the act presupposes that trans actions are closed without such memo randum of purchase or sale because they a.re male with the intent that they may be closed, adjusted or settled according to or with reference to the public mar ket quotation of prices, or with the in tent that they shall cle deemed closed or terminated when the public market quotations shall reach a certain figure. It is only oriiirinal transactions either by pretended purchase or sale that require. written stamped memoranda to be de livered to the other party under eaid paragraph. He also provides that the provision in regard to keeping books in paragraph 3 applies to all persons wlio do any such business as is described in said para graph, wlu-ther such persons are also en.sragfd in business other than that of a bucket shop or not. LEAVING TOUTO KICO. Inhabitants Emigrating by Hund reds to Hawaii and Cuba. Ponce, P, li., March 27. The Ameri can steamer California, which sailed from Guanie yesterday for New Or leans, has on board S99 emigrants des tined for Hawaii. Of the number .19") are men and the remainder are women and children. The emigrants are physically p-aperior to those of the previous expe dition. The American steamer Porto Rico, which sails henc today, will take 400 persons who are to be employed in the Cuban iron mines. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Real Kstate and Improvement Co. to Sarah S. Howman. I7r. lots 41: and 421 Euclid avenue, Keith's third addition. Marv K. Holman and husband to J. T. Willard, ?1. ran ne 14 36, 11, 115. C. H. 'Williams and wife to H. C. Col born. 11.000. ne U 1. 10. 15. Peter pelle and wif- to K. M. Stamp and Vm. J. Alley. $700, lot 60 Beaubean avenue. Silver Lake. Chas.,A. Smith to Edw. M. Read, $400, tract on Pearl street, Rossville. K. P.. R.-lcomb et f 1. to Wm. A. and Wm. L. Haynes. $1,200. part se V IS, 11, and part s- 'i 17. 11, 16. A. S. Patterson and wife to A. L. Ray, $1,100. rr.rt nw U IS,- 12, 16. Jno. H. Enter to C. B. Shaver, $820, part se J M6. 11. 13. Aaron Garrison et ad., bv Cook, to A. N. Cobwly. $i'9-, lot 44 and north half 46 Gravid avenue Plea-sant View subdi vision. ' Tax deed to Geo. Bass, 25 lots in Boynton's addition. Tax deed to same, 62 lots in same. 1'.. R. Wheeler, receiver, to Fli H. Travis, J--00. lots 199 and ' 201 Locust street. Yeale's addition. A. Caesar to W. W. Carr, $1, part sw 30, 11, lii. TO DANCE IN COUUT. How a Witness "Will Testify in a Court-Martial Trial. Chicago, March 27. Because Lieut. Walter J. Durant did not dance the "two-step" irt a manner to please Major John J. jarrity, at the annual military ball, the Second infantry regiment. I. N. C;., is torn, with strife i' nd dissension. Friendship and the spirit of comaradei ie, once so stronrr, have riven, way to bitter ness and ill feeiing. According to Lieut, Iurant Major Ciarrity has taken every opportunity to annoy and humiliate him ever since he (Durant) voted for Jas. F. Stuart in the election for colonel of the Second. The lieutenant thought the climax was capped, however, at the an nua! ball c-n January 23 - - - "What did he do?" was asked the lieu tenant. "1 had been relieved from duty in the outer hall. I selected my partner for a two-step, and had been dancing several minutes when I saw Major Canity com ing toward me, motioning to me to stop. I led my partner to one side, and asked why I had been interrupted. " 'You are not keeping time to the music,' the major said. "For a moment I stood dumbfounded. Then I told liim calmly that I thought I was capable of judKin whether or not I was keeping time to the music. " -You are not," said he. t ' 'I am,' I retorted. " 'You are a liar,' he shouted. "That was mors than I ouild bar. , I turned on my heel and left:, the ball. "I finally decided to take steps to have him court-martialed for conduct unbe coming an ofiicer and a gentleman. An order for a court-martial has just been issued. "The major's attempt to criticise my dancing was actuated solely by a spirit of revenge. I know I dance well. Hun dreds, of women have told me so. and if necessary I intend to dance beforv the officers of the court, to let them judge for themselves. As for the major, his danc ing was out of date "0 years ago, and he makes a holy show of himself every time he eoes on the floor." The ofiieers of the regiment have nat urally taken tides in the affiir, and se rious trouble may grow curt of what would s.eem a simple question. The charges and specifications have been hied with Adjutant Oeneral Keese, but the members of the court to decide the correct way for an officer to "two-step" have not et been appointed. Major f Ian-it y is loath to discuss his side of the trouble. He contented him self today with saying that he hoped the whole thing" would soon blow over. "I was commanding officer of the floor committee that night, and I did what I thought to be my duty. T did not re buke Lieutenant Durant before his part ner, but called him politely to one side to Bay w.hat I had to fay. I do not see that he has any cause for complaint." WILL ELECT FRIDAY. If ail road Board Contest Has Calmed Down. The duty of electing a board of rai'. road commissioners, as it devolves upon the executive council has, of necessity- been postponed until Friday morning at 10 o'clock. ; The law- will not be published until to morrow and pf course the executiv council could do nothing at its regular month! meeting today except take a fe cess and yefsee that the board is elected as --he law demands b-fore tlie first day or Apru. Governor Stanley is away today, at tending the organization of a territorial Y. M. C. A. in Guthrie. Senator Burton has left for "Washington. The heat of the fight reached its high est fitch yesterday and has calmed din considerably today. The candidates and their friends axe restwig on their oars, as the situation is as complicated as evf and no signs of a break yet. The cat tlemen have come into the fight, havii g had a big delegation going the rounds, a id the stock of D. V. Finney has tak en a rise in consequence. Opinion has about come down to choice of Fike, Finney and Morse, or Fikt, Walker and Morse, with W. C Millar as a possibility of displacing either of tne Kepublicans. Superintendent Frank Nelson has to make arrangements to send a substitub to I'arsons for his Friday night engage raent there, lie put himself down for.a lectures last winter, but it is a case of duty intervening. , LEONARD LANDS IT. He Is Appointed Judge of New Doug las County Court Douglas county aspirants for office rustle so hard for it that it becomes a nightmare to everybody else but the in terested candidates. The judgeship of tne new county court has just been de cided by the selection and appointment bv the governor of Oscar E. Learnard. Half of Lawrence would be up here one day endorsing Learnard. The other half would descend on the governor the next day, insisting that A. V. Sharp was the onlv man for the place. Both Sharp and Learnard -were here yesterday. "I'll give you ten minutes ea.ch," de clared the governor. Each had his last word according to this arangement, and in the afternoon Governor Stanley appointed Learnard. "Woman Thug Arrested. Mary Wade, colored, was bound over to the district com under $500 bond on the charge of highway robbery, alary has been in trouble before and has suc ceeded in getting out of it, but it ap pears that she will go over the road this time. She was identified by Joseph L. Ankeny. who lives at 310 Van Buren street, as the woman who went through his pockets Monday night. Ankeny told the police that he was walking up Fifth street Monday night about 1 o'clock when a man stepped out of an alley and held a sun in his face while a woman went through his pockets and secured $:J.S0. The police suspected Mary Wade, and yesterday afternoon they Capture her. Arkeny says she is the woman. The man has not yet been found. Readings Appreciated. The readings from Les Miserable by Miss Clara M. Crumb, at the First Con gregational church last evening, were received by tlie large audience in a most appreciative manner. The climax wan reached in the reading from "Jean's Self Conquest." The picture of Cosette gave color and rest from tne heavier selec tions. "The Sewers of Paris," "Thenar- dier and Marius" and the death bed of Jean Valjean. At the close of the last. which was very realistic, women in the audience were in tears. The music bv the Washburn college orchestra. Miss Grace Mason Welch. Miss Nina Thomas, and the male quartette, w-ith which the readings were interspersed, was excep tionally good. Bids Not Opened. Because of the absence of Governor Stanley the executive council did not open the bids submitted for a governor's mansion and lor the site of the state THE HUMILIATION ' 'i,f..f ' I1 Curbstone Vender: "Hi, there, loidy! Buy a bow wow for the little chap." School Was All Right. Perfection. Mrs. Von Blumer My children have "A woman usually thinks her hus been to school now two terms and have ; band perfect," said the young man. made scarcely any progress. j "i'es," answered Mr. Sirius Barker. Mrs. Witherby How sad! And It's "He may be 'a perfect donkey" or 'a such a good school too! Detroit Free j perfect bear," but he's perfect." Wash Press, 'lngton Star. FEIEKDLY INTEREST. "5 ''"'7 f ( t, I 'i '" I h.p il "' I , "She fell in love with me at the last charity ball, old man." "Really! How were you disguised, old fellow?" THE BEE: "I NEVES house heating and lighting plant. They took a recess until Friday morning at 10 o'clock, when these bids wiil be taken up at the same time as the election of j the board of railroad commissioners. Air Cylinder Burst. New York, March 27. The compressed air cylinder in a car of the Metropolitan Street Railway company's Twenty- eighth and Twenty-ninth street branch burst with a tremendous report today. The bottom and sides of the car were torn out and windows in many nearby stores and houses were broken. One man was slightly hurt. OP ME. LASTLY. 1 ir ipj L DID LIKE THOSE NETS." ANN OTJNCEMENTS. TO THE VOTERS OF TOPEKA: In making- my canvass for the ofiice of city clerk I have met mar.y voters who did not know that f was a ca.ndidate. I therefore take this manner of notifying the voters that I am a candidate for city clerk, subject to the decision of the voters at the polls next Tuesday. April 2. and shall be pleased to receive your votes on that day. Respectfully. R. M- SPIVEY. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Two good barns at 515 To peka av& f 4 I r i," f X x"""Z'"" m MISCELLANEOUS ADS. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED Employment by a 16-yeax-old boy. 2ot Emmett st. WAXTEO Work of any kind bv a boy. Address C. E. R. 211 Bast Fourth et. WANTED Position by Al grocery order man; can carry number of good cus tomers with me. Address "Order," care Journal, WANTED Position by lady as clerk or collector; have had 6 years' experience; can give best references. Addrees "Clerk," care Journal. WANTED By a young man attending school, a place to work for board. Ad dress "C. M..' Topeka Business College. WANTED Washing and ironing: will go to house or take home; need work of any kind. "02 East 7th. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Two men for steady employ ment, at once. Room 4, 630 Ranssas ave. WANTED Men to learn barber trade, only eight, weeks required. In order to supply demand for our graduates dur ing spring rush we make special thirtv day offer including board and tools with scholarship. Apply bv mail today. Moler Barber College, St. Ijuis, Mo. WANTED Intelligent, permanent man; office and outside work. A. T. Morris, P. O., general delivery. WANTED Active man or lady to deliver and collect; no canvassing: salary per month; references and security re quired. Address L. M. Bard, manager, Topeka, Kan. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED A competent white rirl for general housework; references required. 133) Topeka ave. WANTED Middle aged while woman for light housework. 62a Topeka ave. WANTED Good girl for general house work. 1210 Taylor. WANTED A competent lady carpet sewer. Apply lily 'Kansas ave. WANTED Girl for general housework, lnuuire H. E. Adam. (521 Kansas ave. WANTED Girl for paper box work. H. Crandell & Co., 412 Kansas ave. WANTED White girl for general house work: no washing: two in family. (Jood wages to competent girl. S15 Topeka ave. WANTED Experienced dining room girl. 122 West Sixth. WANTED An experienced nurse for baby: references required. 1 all morn ings. Mrs. Merriam. 1U25 Fillmore. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTKD Painting to do: job of any kind, by exiwrieiu ed young colored man with good reference. Address A. A., care Journal. WANTED To buy a baby buggy: give price ana location. Ut. . v., care Jour, mil. WANTED 'Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping; answer, stating price. Mrs. J. D. Davis, 717 Van Buren st. WANTED--TO trade house painting, sign writing or paper hanging for horse. Ad dress J. M. Parr, l.'ly Hawthorn st. WANTED Nursing, by experienced lady nurse; terms, il per day. Address Lilly Williams, care John 7'H.vlor, Oakla nd. Kan. WANTED Laeo curtain and port'eres to clean. Mrs. Fosdick. 725 Quincy ut. WANTED Harness, surreys, etc. Pay Kansas ave. buggies. wagons, cash. Newell, 1)22 WANTED AGENTS. WANTED Responsible salesman to han dle a line of high grade total adding cash registers in TopcUa and aljai-ent ur. ritory; grand opportunity for right party. Call at room 40. National hotel, between 8 and 11 a. m. Thursday. LADIKS AND GENTLEMEN can engage in proiitable business by calling at 210 East Fifth St., room 1. CATHOLIC AGENTS On'fit free: men or women: town or country; write at once. C. P. & L. Co., 324 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. SALESMAN wanted to sell our goods by sample to wholesale and retail trade. We are the largest find only manufac turers in our line in the wo'-ld: liberal sal ary paid. Address Can-Deac Mfg. Co., Savannah, Gil. LADIES AND OENTLMEN wishing to eater a genteel business with litlle capl. tai, call at 210 East 6th St., room 5. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Three rooms for housekeep ing, water and sink, closets. fc25 Monroe. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, first fi.vor, modern. 204 East 10th et. FOR RENT Two rooms, rurnisbed. 22l UJ tfO. "4H U.,9 1S3.V1 FOR RENT Large southeast room, mod ern, with board. 62:1 Madison. FOR RENT Furnished front room, board. 9u0 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, house keeping and others, modern. 6e7 Top. av. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Good organ, cheap. 406 Tay lor St. FOR SALE Restaurant, good business, all or a part of the fixtures. 327 AV. 7th. FOR SALE Sideboard. S15 West 6th St. FOR SALE Lots on Clay St.: excellent location: sewer, brick walk, trees. Slill linglaw, 106 West Fifth st. Be quick. FOR PALE Baby carriage, almost new. 3211 Monroe st. FOR SALE A good, gentle horse, for family use, cheap. 4.0 Harrison st. FOR SALE Jersey cow. W. E. Jones, east end of Gordon st. FOR SAL13 15 stationary counter stools, 25 inches high, suitable for lunch coun ter or store room, a bargain. Gill's lunch room, 600 East 6th st FOR SALE Work and driving horseF, all kinds, ages and prices. See them. O. P. X'pdegrafT. 317 West 6th' et. FOR SALE Furniture, at a bargain: par ties leaving city offer their furniture of an Is room house, with lew rent for prem ises, posesnion April 1. Address X. X., care Journal. FOR SALE Shoe shop, with trade from $-10 to 'Vj per month. S24 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good cow. just fresh. Watch, man Tenth st. railroad crossing. FOR SALE Houehold goods, cow, phae ton; party leaving town. 217 Wood lawn ave. FOR SALE A restaurant, cheap. Call at 107 W. Norris st.. North Topeka, K' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. TOR ?ALI-VH(ra, ir.ih pnd Mid vane ft. Inquire H. E. Adams, C: Kimm ve. FOR SALE Nice cottage on pnved street; must cl at once- Come quick. An room, 2 siory house, barn, bath, hot and c-0d wfl ter, furnace pav 1 street. 1'ropert new arid firt cl.-iss. Pi excellent iieil-Oorhoo. wet s-'l-, '.2o.'. PAYNE & THOMPSON. 627 Kansas ave. FOR SALE H room double, brick 3 storv flats, r. room cottage. 2 full lois, . Bankrupt propertv and miit sell. 'Ilm i.roperty will not the buyer 7 per own! -"i in rents. We can easily rent tine property for per month. J. A. DAVIS CO., Entrance on 6th t. 6"1 Kansas ave. FOR SALE New CM t aire. Washburn ra line, monthly payments: Fillmore n-j.r 12rhst. good residence, hfcw.ril t-rm-. l-v price; bi;sin-ss pront-riv on Jacks.. n roi.p th. a money making 1m estini.t : lot en Kansas ave. hotw-en 2d and 4; ii sts., ai -t several small Ik.iis'h oh pvrm-ms. 1'. J. Krown, 37 Columbian Lia. FOR SALE Mv new house and l2 l-n. 2o4 Chandler St. MISCELLANEOUS. PIANOS. JIST. and up. We save y. u monev. Write lor p-01 and pri.es day. J. G. Holt Co.. -Ui-r7 East Hill st , Kansas City. .Mo. NOTICE Send 2 cento, dat of birlh. hour if you can. say light or d.irk. tad or short, fat or lean if vou give It- Err. ('. c. HlLiCV. JlSti West 6th !t.. Topeka, Kan. LOST AND FOUND. EOl'Nl Call on the casia-r at ll.e York' Mercanlile-.ro. for ti:oe I it rine concert tickets. HOTELS. TOPEKA HOTEL. V.'2 West Slxlh ' Transient rates ?! per day. Rooms v. i board, 164 to $5 per week. PHYSICIANS AND SURGE0N3. L. A. RYDER. M. D. . OFFICE and resi,!. nee .-. rni-r Clonic, sr. and Central ave. Nor h Topeka. 'fh.j.j.. 214. I'scs the I U inker!. ..it' Hl sl.m of f.-.-t d treatment, a succisiut fled pu.nli t '-e. e -meat for piles, tisuja, tissuie, uitiTjIlt n. etc. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 712 Kansas ave. HoMib-nre Thir teenth and riav. Ot'ftoe hours: 9 a. to t 31 a. m.. and 2 p. m. to 5 p. ill. Tell phone residenc e arid 10 otlico. DR. EVA HARDIN'S. 1 b .tneopat Ii Is t. C'3 Kansas ave. Tel phone 4'C CARPET AND LACE CLEANING WANTED Carpels, lace nod ilienlle c-i--tains lo c!(,fn: i'lrair s w:: -nel. .T. il. Fosdick. I-'K Kansfis Rve. '('hone WANTKD Lac,, clean. Mrs. j-'e-. -nd portio i.'k. :-' 15 K i. cu r T ; i ! . - t 1 MV. Tel. V . WANTEIV r.rrtiiln and lace i-!ei -1 lia-. -Mrs. Fostlick, 725 Qulltcy. SHE HAS N'JT JluVliU MONEY. TO LOAN Mo-uy on Topeka te-,1 Wi'r. I'ay back montalv. L. w itu-re-t r.ir.. Shawnee lluiidin ,oiil I.. ari A--.n iali.ni. Se Eastman al ll.j Wot Sjxili si. MONEY TO LOAN on Hve stock, pianos. organs, pewriiors. heiiseh -ld is .1 personal security. L. Pi.-cou. its.', Kan. ae. HAIR DRESSING. SWITCHES, shampooing and lninlre iag, chains. e!e.; 2l 'ars' exo ((erne. Mrs. VanVleok. 222 Mas' Fifth. T jepbon fcTS. Keitreno-s best in th-; cii-. OSTEOTATHY. LINDA HARDY, D O . era In .t A P Klrksvilie, Mo.. 211 East KiKlith n. MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY, MAONETTC OSTEOPATH V- Many caret. 111 Topeka to prove our work: Kera.lrre A. T. Slid Osteopathy an 1 ' 1 1 . r I - nl combined. Dii. Cliaiubi rlaiu -t Co., wi Quiiicy st. CLAIRVOYANT. CLAIRVOYANT Mrs. Peed, colored at 12 Van Buren St.. tel we-n 1st and 2.1. MRS. INEZ WA'INKii. tia.-icc ttst medi um, at 22' Mr.nr.'c st. STAMPS SEALS AND SXETCILl THE J. C. DART. IN. 1 CO.. 7.-I Kan. A ve. Itubber stamps. Prc-s arei alurrrtuura Ira ' checks. Prices low. Catalogue tree. T--1. tji. STOiiAGS. MERCHANTS' TRANS FEU & HTi'ilAUi-: Co., packs, ships and so '-e-- heu - h a 1 goods. Tel. IStf. Clarence dklurar, m :. Sixth st. WATCHMAKER, WATCHES cleaned. 7'c: (lot-::-. 5 ic ; main. spri!-'.rs, 7ac: r-rv!;.h, l'te. r.in f.ai.i f"r old gold or silcer. All work fc; oar i n i tee. I ('id Jewelry ex harig. d for ti-w. It h.itd up, see Cncle bum, 612 Kansas ave. MACHINE SH-3PS. CLIPPERS. KAZOKS and IrirnmowfM sharper.-. i; quick r-'-alrs tic'ce;. rrta-chinei-yletc.,.t tht; Ooluen Rule, ioj K3. ar. FLORISTS. MRS. J. R. HAOCE, Florist. P,icreor t-j It. J. Groves, fc.17 Kar: as ave. 'Phone 6 2. CUT FIiWEfH and floral deslirrs at Hayes', lu7 West Kiglith st. Tii.n.c 6eJ. JEWELERS. JAMES R. HAYDEN, Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, ere. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. JSPEIALI3T3. DR. C. H. Orinoil. Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Lung-i. ' Mi K'j.iu,as ave. BICYCLES. tTiskX";wcliTT;o Tel. 7'jO. Micyr h s arid sundries; bicycle and tandems for rent; repairing ot ail kinds. V. S. CYCLE Co.. 11S E. Kth St. National and Union bicycles. Sunories, repairs. PAVING. TllLEfiK'FlCf: of the Capital Citv Vitri fied Prick and Pavir.g tin. has been re moved to 118 West Eighth St. PATENTS. KISCHER & THORPE, Patent Lawyfr. 314-317 Junction Didg., o.h and Main so.. Kansas City, Mo., have new bouk. oa piit enta for free distribution. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. T. D. HUMPHREYS, Lawyer, room 2J alumbiun building.