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TOPEKA STATE JOUHNAL, FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 29, 1901.
5 TO LEASE FAIR GROUNDS Topeta Exposition Co. Will 3Iate Proposition to That End. A meeting of the old Topeka. Kxpos-l-tlon company was held last night in the Commercial club rooms. Frank Foster was the chaiiman of the meeting; Al though it pj small in point of num bers, it was large in it3 scope and the preliminary plana for a large and popu lar undertaking were discussed and com mented upon. The lack of numbers of members out nt the meeting is accounted for by the fact that the association has been prac tically dead or sl-epin? for a consuov Ta ble lentrth of time and the stockhuld.-rs have almost fonrotten their orsMniza-tio.-. However 1 of the 5:? stocknoidf-rs M erc present, several of whom held trie proiies of ether sti . ckholders. The m t't iu last nip-ht wan adjourned to meet OR.i'n n-xt Thursday r'.ight, at v hi.h tin'e an election, of officers will tae Xlare. A committer consisting- of M. A. Low, r. O. Crane, Chas. famsw, O. P. Upde praf and V. Kaczynski was appointed to ranpult with the county commit lon ers rt-lative to the possibility of securing a l"are on the fair grounds for a term of jears. It is unitarstood that t'r.e county commissioners are favorable to lett ner the grounds out to some oPsoci-- tio.n for such purposes as th? Topeka. Kxrosition association has uVsierned. Tiie commissioners have had proposi ti'?, made them from private partita for the r-'nt of the grounds but the com rnl.f loners are of the opinion that the rubric win derive more benefit and will be !i lit r served by- letting the grounds out to an a-c"ciu t i'n composed of re; rest r.tativ? citizens than to b-t it out to fn-.'at" parties, and therefore look with favor upon the plan of the members of the Kxposition association. Tliis otniM.iitee vi ill make a report at th next mevtinjr, at which time a large attendance, is anticipated, and at this time decisive action will be taken. If tl,e fair preposition is adopted an effort wi'l lie made to secure the pave ment of Toi.eka avenue from Fourteenth Ftrret to th fair irrounijs' pate. The re-w cran.i-stand will be erecte.l (it tiie souih side of the race course. The r.bjt-c ti--,ri to trie erand-stand where it W'a,s sittiati.'d 1 efore its destruction by fire was that it fared south, and every one had to witness the events with the Bun in ti-ir ey.-s. A s .i;h breeze is always stirrintr. and riurin raring1 events the clouds of dust whieh rolie-i up into the srand-stand v..ri vt ; y oisaereabie, and these objec tions can bo easily overcome bv build- an;!-stand on the souih. tion of the ranJ-riand in en canies with it another ad The e'ectnc line would b- ; Kansas avenue to the fair inur the The -that 1.k vintair built f grounds' gati". From there the line would lx built south to the south line of the ark and bark to Kansas avenue, making a loop. The distance from the car line to the p rand-stand would then le re hired to a minimum, while if the mnd-sftnd is placed on the old sif it r-cessitates a walk of about three blocks. WHAT DID HE MEAN? Eerlin Is Agitated by the Em peror's (Jueer Speech. Berlin. March 29. The conservative papers do not discuss Krr.peror Wil liam's speech to the Alexander grenadier regiment at their nw barracks yester day, but the liberal papers Renerally comment on his majesty's utterances, omphasizing- the statement that the em I eror is ill informer! concerning' the character of the March (1S48) revolution in Herlin. The National Zeitumj ex jTesws its inability to comprehend what current events induced the emperor to refer to the revolution in 1S4S, and says it does not see any siKns of his mag-t-sty needing: a bodyguard. The Vossische Zeitung is also unable to S"e any occasion for the emperor's words, s-.nee nobody in Perlin is think 1'iar of a revolution, and his majesty's i redieessirs repeatedly recognized the loyalty of Berlin's population. The Vorsvaerts cites a number of pre vious speeches of the emperor exhort ing the soldiers to figrht for him when T eeessary. and claims it has authentic .information that hia words were liter ally as follows: "If the city of Berlin should apain im pudently and disobediently rise acr-inst the kintr as in IMS, then my grenadiers. It will be your duty witli the points of your bayonets to annl il-l.e the im pudent and disobedient." The Tageblatt is amazed, and asks what has occurred to justify the em peror's words. It. points out that the revolution of IMS was not directed fcfrainst the Hchenzoliern dynast-, and appeals "from the ill-informed emperor to the emperor rightly informed." Nobby Easter Suits. Jno. F. Mcilanus & Co., "lt Kansas avioue. TOMORROW-- 100 I I t' J K - 3 i t f If i px0 P H i s Browns and Blacks not this season's shapes but good quali ties were $2.50 and $3.00. nov1 ix 631 Kansas Avenue. TE1I3IS ARE TOO STRICT. Promoters of a Canadian Railway Ob ject to Government's Ideas. Victoria. B. C March 29. When the eoverrmient supporters meet in caucus to consider the different propositions forwarded to the administration in reply to an investigation for tenders for the construction of the coast Kootenay line, they may find that the parties who ex pected to lay their proposals before them faiied to do bo. Promoters of the Vic toria. Vancouver and Kastern now in the city do not hesitate to say that they will not table a tender under the terms of the specifications which they hold to be prohibitive. The principal terms of the agreement which must be complied with to render a tender possible are as fellows: 1. The company must contribute to the government four per cent of the gross earnings of the road, said percent age to ba a lirst charge on the railway. 2. All contracts must te submitted to the lieutenant governor in council for his approval, and all materials used in construction of the road must be sub ject to similar approval. 3. X(i aliens must be emploved in con structlon unless it can be shown to the government in council that the road can not be bunt without recourse -to them. 5. The rates are to be subjected to the some point on ancouver Island daily rrom tne mainland. 5. The rates are to be subjected to tre supervision of the government in coun cil. The ictoria, Vancouver & Eastern promoters say that the imposition of the first mentioned clause would be to saddle the scheme with an incubus which would be fatal to floatinsr the nec essary loans. They also alleee that that condition would be repugnant to the Dominion statute, which provides that running expenses must be lirst charges on the earnings. Bondholders would also object to any other charge taking pre cedence of theirs. Four per centage of the gross, they say. would mean about twelve p?r cent of the net earnings. The provision relating to aliens ia also con sidered superfluous and ultra-vires of the province, as Dominion laws prohibit tne employment of aliens. To Victorians there is some disap pointmer.t in the fact that although tiro vision is made for a daily ferry, Victoria is net mentioned as one of the terminals cf that railway and under the specifi cations some other island point mnrht be selected. It is feit in some quarters tr.at tne conditions would not be ac cepted even by the Canadian Pacific railway and that no tender will be made for it and the building of the road be deterred. RUSSIANS REFUSE Decline a British Invitation to Remove Their Flags. Daily Mail from Tien London, March 29. The has received the following Tsin. dated yesterday: "Colonel McDonald politely asked the Russians to remove their flags from the British portion of the disputed territory, where they were surreptitiously placed after a mutual evacuation had been agreed upon. The Russian flatly de clined. "It is understood that the question of an arbitration on the title to the con cession has not yet been settled." A ROYAL ROD! GUARD. Duties of the Regiment to Occupy the New Berlin Barracks. New Tork. March 29. A dispatch to the Herald from Berlin says: In Berlin the extraordinary speech of Emperor William upon the occasion of the open ing of the new barracks at Kupfergra ben is attributed to the feelings of the kaiser in regard to the Bremen outrage. One account says that the emperor re ferred to the proximity of the new bar racks to the royal castle, and the fact that the regiment would serve as a royal bodysruard. The big barracks building would, lie said, form a sort of tower in the middle of the town of Berlin, and would also serve to defend the city in cas,? of ned. "But." added his majesty, "if ever the city of Berlin should again rise against its ruler, the regiment would be called uixvn to quell with its bayonets the in subordination of the populace toward their king." FATHER COLTON'S RISE. Selected as a Successor to Bishop Wigger of Newark Diocese. New York, March 29. The Press says: Information contained in a private let ter received here from Rome is that the Rev. Charles H. Colton, of this city, has been selected as the successor to Bishop W. M. Wigerer. of the diocese of Newark. Th information is said to be authentic Father Colton is the rector of St. Stephen's church, this city. He was cu rate under Dr. Edward Mcfllynn. and was appointed to the rectorship follow ing Dr. MrGlynn'a retirement. In a short time the Rev. Father Colton will celebrate the twenty-fifth anniver sary of his ordination to the priesthood. It is said that the celebration of this silver jubilee will be taken advantage of by Archbishop Corrigan to inform Father Colton of his appointment as Bishop of Newark, and no formal an nouncement of the appointment will be made before that time. OCR SII00TEKS ABROAD. Schedule of Dates and Composition of the Team. CrMensro. March ' 2?, Mayor Thomas A. Marshall of Keiths burg:. III., accompanied by Guy BurnsMe of Knoxville. Til., paasei thrr usrh Chu ao rt his way oast to at tt'iul the r,rand American ha.ndicap Mar shal! i enthnsiit-stic over the international ina.ni ma te t a reel team ma tch which has bt-e n a rra rt u with all K n erl a n ti . M r. Marshall being- captain of the American team. Ha saM: "Our tirst contest will take place on thr irrouinN of the Middlesex Oun club ami the other ill be heM at Glasgow. Dub lin and K(.inburh. After 1 he original mutch has been deo1!e1. or extra contests if necessary, wf will be pre pa red to en page in any individual matches at either live birds or targets that the foreigners want to arrange. "Whn we tmish tin with Great Britain we will iro to rermnny. France. Italy, and wind up at Monte Carlo. This is the first time in the history of trap PhtHJlinp a bfit international tf-run shoot like this h;o b-en arranged and we- are poirur at it f-r all it is worth. It will be business com bined with pleasure. Of course we wii! do our utmost to win, ad the trip will be expensive." Marshall ha won the Grnnd American handicap twi.-e. The rst of the American team is made up of the follow. iruj expert target trap phots: tluv linrnid, Knoxville. Til. ;. William Prosbv. O' Ka 3 Son. HI. : C. M. Powers. Ee c?mir. 111.; Holla Heike. Tavton. O. : J. 8. Famdnfr, S a : i Fra n c iso o ; F . fi . Fa rmalee. n:aha. .Vb, : J. A. R. Kill- .tt. Kansas City. Mo.: Fred Gilbert, Spirit Iake, la,, and O. -Y Bu Id. les Moines. Ia. 0 ffj',1 - ,1 ' - " Pi i,i((-Vr ? If ,1 : i We Sell Rogers, Peet & Co. Fine Clothing. fKwiSj f'jrs c y r "vv eJ Hi' Ancrbach & Gnetteb We Sell Famous H. S. & M. Fine Clothing. 709 Kansas Ave. Our Bid foi Your i rade... Hart, Schaffner & Marx tomorrow is the strongest we have ever made Tomorrow we make our first complete showing of the decreed fashions for Spring and cordially invite the attendance of every one interested in the subject of Good Clothing. This exposition is uncommon in that it wholly departs from the kind of merchandise so freely offered throughout this city, and consists only of the makes famous the world over, made strictly according to the fashions of the ac cepted arbiters of style and the advanced thought and methods of the be?t tailors extant. The kinds of Clothing we sell are sold only by the Palace in this city, and are the kinds that have made this vast establishment what it is today the best and largest in Kansas. hi fftiI special Leaders for Tomorrow's Opening Sale- &m T . . . . .... Tailor Made Clothes New Handsome Rlack" Snit made of fine unshorn Worsteds, and plain black Thibets broad shoulders military style perfect fit ting valued at $12.50 in regular sales our opening price will be interesting only ffl Hart, Schaffner & Marx Men's Very Fine 5emi-Dres3 Suits handsome dark striped fancy worsteds, and new Scotch overplaids cut in stylish 'Varsity and new 4-button conservative sack styles positively the equal of any $15 suit sold here these fine suits we offer tomorrow at only r - iiy TV;!,-... IW Made r.nthr -r Men's Stylish Bluo Serge Suits in all the newest cuts every garment the seams of which are taped prevents pulling every suit guaranteed pure worsted serge our price for opening sale tomorrow is but S10. The Palace Is Admittedly Headquarters For the Finest Grades of Men's Clothing that is ready to put on when bought wo make a specialty of it, and desira you to see the swell new creations of Rogers, Peet & Co., New York; Stain, Bloch Co., Rochester; and II. S. & il., of Chicago where else is housed at one time for inspection euch a grand assortment: oi Suit3, S15 to S2S.59 Overcoats, S15 to 825 Trousers, g5 to S8 Do See Thkm. en's Spring Overcoats of covert, gray clay, C f Men's Spring Overcoats beautiful whip cords, and T f Men's Spring Trousers medium weight T 5 and double and finest cassimere only fiW Rogers, Peet & Co. black Thibets, fine garments, only 4 swell pattern, like tailors ask 85 for here at W W HATS New shapes, new colors for Spring and Easter. gOYS' NOBBY SPRING AND EASTER FASHIONS Special values that are such pronounced bargains that parents will flock here. We are Headquarters for Stetson's celebrated Soft Hats, and show the new style shapes and shades v in all proportions. Hatters J.jil ask $5; we ask but $3. 00 and v The W'averly broad-brim Fedora. j Have you seen it! Swell and new. 1 Lx Ltera asjL wo only ask you Ever see our $1.50 Mats la Derby and Fedoras. Before paying pa other stores S2 and 2.50 see hl.j ji those we sell for v $1.99 1 J All Wool Knee Pant Suits light and dark fabrics double seat and knees 3 to 15 years a special bargain tomorrow for 3 Piece Boy's Suits In stylish all' wool fabrics for little gents, 6 to 10 for Dig Doys 10 to 16 same else where will cost 5 our price Saturday Boy's Sailor and Russian Blouse Suits, 3 to 10 years very new very P1 A pretty ours are $5.00, $3.50.... ).7t) Boy's Knee Pants worth 50c on sale at 25 Boy's20c Suspenders on sale at 93 Boy's Fast Black Ribbed Hose only 80 Boy's Negligee Shicts, 2 collars, cuffs 5fJo $1.95 lish all" o 10 for $3.45 Fine Ail Wool Knee Pant Suits in neat checks, stripes and blue serges, double seat and knees, finely made i p ages 3 to 15 years tSZ4D Special tomorrow " Be sure and see our Boys' Black and Blue Suits for confirmatiou.very reasonable prices Younj Mens' Black Worsted mation Suits 14 to 19 years fitting, worth $10 on sale on Young Mens Ail Wool Suits in fancy patterns swell ones worth 7.50 on sale at Boy's Stylish Hats on sale at 95o Boys' Golf Cap3 silk lined at 25o V sted Confir- VtyPvn nifiyn? $6.75 mm Special Opening Offers in Shoes 60. New Spring Styles for Men and Boys Much Lower Than Shoe Store Prices. THE "CAPITAL" SHOES for men are the best sold far $2.50 its a eoodvear welt sewed, in all new lasts for bprmg - comes in box calf and French viei kid and patent leathers- ioro paying ..3 anu jja.ou to a onoe owire lt jK.rmj see tnese "uapital shoes" at New Styles "Washburn" Shoes, ready, all leathers at S3. 50 Boys' "Bessemer" Shoes-the best by test, $1.25 SI. 50 $1.95 We aro Sole Agents for Hanan'a Fine Shoes for Men. )wed, m all and velour fJL (J T sathers be- Tj- ore- f , New Neckvear New Styles for Spring and Easter. Just Received New swell effects in neckwear narrow four-in-hand ready to wear Bat for the high col lars 50c grades of siik - them tomorrow for . . Ii col- r r" r Handsome New Negligee Shirts da- tached collars of imported woven mad rasare ?1.50 qualities see Liiem xiero pi' for x" 1. 00 Garner's Percale Negligee Shirts 2 detached collars fast colors rj" T usual 75c qualities S 1 1 Special 1 J w Fancy Hose -25c In new open work and fancy colorings usually sell for ouc our special price is iifniSittrfF LA BO 11 BULLETIN OUT. New York State Commissioner Shows Affairs of the Order. Aibany. N. T., March 29. State Com missioner of Labor Mackin has issued his quarterly labor bulletin. Among- ota tsr lliing-a it says: Negotiations are progressing toward a coropaot between the American Newspa per Publishers' astsaeiatituv and the in ternational Tj-pographlcal union which. If ndopted will establish the peaceful methods of arbitration in place of strikes or lock-outs in that large part of the printing industry controlled by the pub lishers association. "At the end of December, 1900, the la bor organizations in New York number ed 1,697 with an aggregate membership of 2-2.4S4 men and women. A net gain of 44. The Interior tonus and cities had a net fe-aln of 1.329, whereas New York city unions suffered a loss of 4.22G. The percentage of labor unionists Idle at tiie end of December was 22 as compaied with 13.4 in 1899. FIRE AND POLICE BOARD. Olof Ekberg, Merchant Tailor, has moved to 111 Yv'. 7th St.. Security liuiidinsr. where the latest spring styles are on display. Nobby Easter Suits. Jnfx F. iiullanua & Co.. 716 Kansas avenue. Colorado Governor Names Men For Head oi Denver Departments Denver, CoL, Starch 29. Governor Or- mar. has sent the following nominations to the senate: For members of the fire and police board of the city of Denver Frank Adams, John T. Bottom, and William H. Griffith. For members of the board of public wo-ks Robeit W. Speef, Oscar Reuter anc John Heartz. Frank Adams is a brother of former Governor Alva Adams. William II. Gri.ath Is secretary of the silver Repub lican state central committee. John Heartz is the husband of M.s. Evangeline Heartz, member of the hou: of representatives. The others are all prominent In Denver politics. OIL IN COLORADO. A Rich Strike Reported at Colo rado Springs. Colorado Springs, Colo., March 29. A dispatch was received today that an im mense flow of oil had been struck on the Sitline ranch, south of this city, in a. well that had been sunk to a depth of ?,000 feet. The excitement in this city and Pueblo rivals the Cripple Creek gold excitement of several years bga. Ninety Jour location certificates were filed here today and many more are said to have been"flled at Pueb'.o. The locations cover all the unpatented land in the Fountain valley, covering a width of two miles, and taking up the unoccupied ground for a lineal distance of about fifteen miles. Locations have also been filed on the draws running into the valley. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Newest Spring Styles. On exhibition at the merchant tailoring shop of Olaf Ekbersj. Ill .West Seventh street. Security building. Itchiness of the skin, horrible plague. Most everybody afflicted in one way or another. Only one safe, never failing cure Doan'a Ointment. At any drug Etore, oQ cents. London, March 29. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says the czar has admin istered a severe reprimand to Prince Viasemski, a member of the council of the empire, for having interfered with the orders of the police on the occasion of the recent riots. Bremer Haven, March 29. The en forcement of quarantine regulations has been notified to all arrivals from Aus tralian ports, owing to the existence of the bubonic plague at those places. Berlin, March 29. Princess Bismarck was accouched of a son here today. New York, March 29. Fire at Pater son, N. J., today destroyed the interior of the building owned and occupied by the Guardian newspaper and caused loss of J75.000. Two firemen were in jured. The Hague, March 29. Lieutenant General Kool has been appointed min ister of war in succession to Lieutenant Elanson whose resignation was an nounced March 16 in consequence of an antagonistic vote in the chambers. Washington. March 29. Reports by Third Assistant Postmaster General Madden show that the books of two cent nosiflcR stamns issued bv the gov- I ernment are averaging a sale of 18.500 books a day throughout the United States. The fraction of a cent which the governn ent earns on the Fale of the bocks nns amounted to a net profit of $33,612 in the eleven months during vhich they have been on sale at all postoffices. Santiago de Chili, March 29. The Chilean commission to the Buffalo ex position have started for the United States. It is said that Chiii, although late, will be well represented at the Pan American exposition. i New York, March 29. Roland Reed, the comedian, is said to be critically ill at his home In this city. An operation for cancer of the stomach was per formed on Mr. Reed at St. Luke's hos pital some weeks ago. It has served to nrolong his life, but he is falling grad ually. Beaumont, Tex., March 29. Beaumont now has three gushing oil wells. The third came in last evening. Its output will equal that of the Lucas geyser, from which it is distant about a quarter of a mile. The well's valve was closed, and comparatively little oil was wasted. Dubuque, Ia., March 29. A four-story brick structure occupied by George Richardson & Co., manufacturers of men's shoes, and B. F. Richardson & Co., ladies' shoes, was destroyed by fire last night. Loss, 11S,000. Cincinnati, March 29. Actor James K. Hackett, who was stricken with nerv ous collapse here last Tuesday night, is still confined to his room. After a con sultation the physicians decided that Mr. Hackett should retire from the stage for a month or more Chicago, March 29. R. H. Southgate, manager of the Congress Hotel com pany, which controls and operates the Auditorium hotel and Auditorium an nex, has purchased an interest in the Great Northern hotel,, and will assume control of the property May 1 next. Kansas City. Mo.. March 29. William Deardruff. aged 2". :ladej guilty to stealing $3,000 worth of diamonds from his employers, Edwards & Sloane.whole sale jewelers, and was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. Deardruff's father with tears streaming down his face, pleaded for his son. Dublin, March 2. James Stevens, the Fenian leader of the 1S66 movement.died here this morning. Paris, March 29. The Marquise de Galieffet, nee Lafitte, wife of the former French minister of war, is dead. Pittsburg, March 29. James -Williams individually and as a member of the Grand Lake Coal company of this city has filed a petition in bankruptcy in the United States district court. The liabil ities are given as $175,369 and assets $245. Of the total liaibiiities $104,775 is sched uled as unsecured claims and $70,5S3 as notes and bills which ought to be paid by others. Omaha, March 29. L. A. Garner has been appointed assistant general super intendent of the Northwestern division of the American Express company with headquarters in Omaha. Mr. Garner has been superintendent of the Nebraska and Iowa division for thirty years. He will enter upon his new duties April 1. St. Joseph, Mo., March 29 A driving snow has been falling here since 8 o'clock this morning and melting almost as fast as it falls. Omaha. March 30. James Callahan waived preliminary hearing in the dis trict court today the revised complaint in connection with the Cudahy kidnap ing case. His trial is set for April 22. Callahan's lawyers, it is said, will offer as testimony the deposition of H. C. Henderson, the Dallas man who is al leged to have confessed to a complicity in the abduction. Every poor man feels that he can give a rich man points on tow to enjoy his money. PLAYED COWARDLY THICK. Gave Bound and Gagged Boy Him Ether. and Pottsville. Pa., March 29. A cowardly trick was today played upon little Willie Gardner, agred 9 years, by five of hl3 oldef companions, who are confirmed dime novel readers, and his escape from death was miraculous. One of the bova stole from his mother's Pick room a "bottle of ether and with the drug he and his companions set out, in trup dime novel fashion, to do mischief. Willie, being the weakest of the party, they bfiund and gaprRed him, and then atl-ministt-red the powerful drug: to him from a handkerchief saturated with It. The boy was soon a.sleep and was laid upon a neighboring poreh. One of thw number tnid of the trick a short time later and prompt medical treatment alone saved the boy's life. The boy's parents will bring suit affainst their son's assailants. New Pacific Steamer Xjino. San FYancisco, March 29. The Chronicle says: The fact that two new steamers the Ascension and Parasruay have clear ed from Baltimore for Pan Prancisco and are to be followed by three others owned by the same company is taken as evi dence that a new steamship line is to ie inaugurated on the coast, in all likeli hood between San Francisco and Hawaii. The two new steamers are consigned' to the Johnson-Locke Mercantile company. President Johnson said yesterday that the coming- of the new steamers meant a new line in the Pacific, but claimed that the plans were not sufficiently matured to warrant him In giving: details. Never Likes a Flat-iron. A woman who suffered for three years from nervous prostration says two bottles of I-ichty's Celery Nerve Compound ef fected a complete cure. She hardly knows today whether she lias nerves or not, as she never feels them. It is certainly a wonderful remedy. Sold bv Geo. W. Stanslild, 632 Kansas avenue; .Marshall I Bros., 116 Kansas avenue. 1 rti SAIL .XCURS!0'S. EVERY TUESDAY IN APRIL Tiie Union Pacific Win sell ((eke s from Nebraska and Kan3as Polnta at iln fjiunwnfc GREA1LY REDUCED HATES : TO CALIFORNIA. SAX FRAMHSCO. I. OS AMiFI.W. HAN Dltrc.O. lni:l!liti:i:.: all Main i.liia 1'm.ihs. 'ortli (. ai ifor n ;a Stnlo l.ino to Cuitou, fcau liurnardmo ttud .San Diwo. $25.00. To Utah, Idaho, Oregon. Montana, V asaingtim. Oedpn, and Salt Lake t'lty, Utah; BjLta and Heiena, Moalaria. $23.00. Portland. Ore.; Spokana, Wash, and seatlle. Wash. S25.00. Taeoma 1 oo Full information cheerfully tumuli application. F. A. LEWIS, City Ticket Afcsnt, 625 KANSAS AVENUE J. C. FULTON, Depot Ajtent. The United States rM!rin !;iml will be at the Auditorium Mon!ay nijiht. lur-tiieir No. I.Iauii". le;ir. tlit fin! lesqup Hhows are nut en&ak;t-'J own figures. A. C. OJoodrich or Kansas City wa in Topeka to-lay. 2 4iP IT i j 1 iff p SHOE DEPARTMENT. '. W . : - 5 $ A pat of our BEST RUBBERS Free with each pair of shoes sold tomorrow. Ef "TBI ... I iiliwAWMWnrm