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TOPEKA STATK JOURNAL, FBIDATi EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1902.
SHOWING UP WELL Washburn Football Players lieady for the Indians. eavy The Washbnrn-Medles and the Topi ka High school had a practice game Thurs day afternrnn on Washburn lb-UI. Clark, Mehl, Krnfst, Stahl ami several other members of the Washburn t.-am did not play, and ititchie of Wasbluu n played uard for the JMgU school. Tut' Wash urn team was too hi avy for 1 1 1 - H h cnool. m verthi ltss. and had no difficulty in stopping their plays with r,.i.ida.ilu'. regularity. Once, however, a Hi-;;; .-rho. ! man broke through the WaMi'.mrn lino and ran yards for a touchdown. Wors ley. who was playing fullback. r.u.-.': d las tackle ju:-t as he did in the game naiii.-t I.indshorg. It is becoming viry ovule!,! that Worsley Is not a safe man to place at fullback on defense, Vtnen the Hifrh school had the ball, it gain. (I verv tlou ly. i iwv in Alteon con ur.invp downs it advanced the o'lll less than 10 yards. Fn ijuenlly me h Washburn men broke through the li ferenee and downed the man with ball back of the line. Pierre Anderson. iio retired from tht txme because of th- death of his fath.-r. : was out on the li.-M last night, ami played end In place of Stahl. who has a bad ankle. Anderson's return to the xame j will strengthen the team cmisideraMy. j Bob Stewart was also out last night. . and played end in the place of Krnest part j of the time. Hill played guard for Washburn ;n place of Clark, and showed tip very will. He! got into the plays in good shape, ii'M al-o did Rood work at tackle in place of lladis- ; mnu, who played fullback for .Mi ill. Cook was out. in uniform, and played t fullback part of the time. I Cook is eligible to play in the Hask' ll rame. as it is not jdayed under t!v pr. - I idrnt's agreement. He may be us' d :.t : fullback. H ? is a big man. and ou;.;ht to j be dangerous He is not in the best of. trainins. however, and ;.'cts the signals ; mixed. He has had lots of football ex-! perVnce, ami may be used in part of the Haskell ame. The regular Washburn team averages up very heavy. Including backlield, 1 fi- , average of the team is betw n 17a and 175 rounds. Trie ngirrfgate weight of the i five men who piay center, guards an I i tackles is fr-o pounds, or an average of I 'I j pounds apiece. Washburn also has a I great abundance of yitnil material. Anions1 those who arp fully able to go info tbv , Haskell game Saturday are the following: j CVnter. Klene, Steele. I ladi.-nian. Guards, Clark, Haynes, Stillson, Hinkle, Steele. Tackles. Cunningham, Dadisman. Gill Hill, Ilrown. Hinshaw, Ititchie, Frisbie. Knds, Frnest, Anderson, Stahl, Stewart, Maxwell. Donahue. Tuttle. Quarter. Worsley, Smith. Halfbacks. I, akin, Caldwell, Read. Fullback. Mehl, Cook. Our superior stocks of highest grades. latest fall and winter fashions, are at their best right nowthe immense variety and their supreme elegance are so pronounced that you at once give this store its deserved recognition as the one place in Topeka where vour wants can be satisfcirt w ' t a a w w sir S till SN AP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS. Dame Rumor vows Dolly and I are to wed.. But I meet the mild charge with a shake of the head. And I say to my friendly accusers with glee, "There is nothing at al! between Dolly and me!" If a glimpse you could steal of us some times. I know. Side bv side on the sofa, the. lights very low. You would willingly with, my assertion agree: "There is nothing at all between Dolly and me!" Roy Farrell Green, the Kansas poet in November Smart Set. This is the last day to register. The Scottish Rite reunion fends to night. Pancoast Kidder was in Kansas City Thursday. Howel Jones was In Kansas Citv Thursday. The government thermometer ranged between 63 and Thursday. There could scarcely be a better time for a coal famine, than this. T. W. Harrison will return from a business trip to Indiana Saturday. Lawrence and St.. Joe bowling teams will be in To;eka Saturday night. L. Keene. the advance agent for "A Modern Magdalen" was in Topeka Thursday. An effort will be made to start the Haskell-Washburn football game at 3 p. m. tomorrow. This Indian summer weather is pretty hard on football players, but it suits the. rest of the people. The work on the new Rates building at Sixth avenue and Jackson street is progressing rapidly. Bets are being made on the Indians making two scores to Washburn's one In the game Saturday. A .H. Thistlewait of Tonga noxie, Kas is now employed as watchmaker at F. C. Fagercran's jewelry store. There will be a dance given by Sun flower degree team, M. W. A., Ib.ndav evening at the hall. 704-TUiJ Kansas ave nue. The window of Crosby Bros." store is to be a vaudeville stage for a time" Miss Khtda, a Japanese magician, will oerl'orm there. This is the last day to register The registration will go considerably over a.OUO, and the record of male votes for last spring is already exceeded. A person who stands at the door of an opera house and keens tab on the "dead heads" will not wonder why ope i house managers have so little patience The Haskell Indians are coming to Topeka tomorrow for "a practice game." They will probably admit when it is over that if. was pretty lively nr i tice. . i - It is , about time the second hand Stores on South Kansas avenue are making that clean-up around the walks which they said some time ago thev hm In mind. It is about time for some angrv groom to shoot a few members of (iririvni rartieji. This barbarous charivari ous o i . ' , ; - sy-VX ci dolendld Suits IS r' M 4 6 -i , t 4 . -S HANDTAILORED HEN'S AMD YOUNG HEN S SUITS AND OVERCOATS i 5U s r as q -. 'son sn m - B B mm W B H K HJ' B B w v mm I. a. - tri mm - n k t- m o n av mr iaw Correct Woolens, highest excellence in workmanship, tasty patterns Hart schaffaol correctly fashioned and perfect fitting beyond question the best clothing )uu tvti saw Keep Your Eyes on Us. The store that does business on strictly business principles. AUERBACH & GUETTEL. 709 Eansas Avenus, New Ultra Varsity Suits New Belt Back Overcoats New Rvton Overcoats Cutl0. loose and stylighlin black 1 w " J' oxfords and fancv mixtures, onlv in fancy Scotch, black T h i b e t s , heavy storm serges and unfinished worsteds tha kind you may expect to pay $10 for in any store in Topeka we offer tomorrow flen's Perfect Fitting Suits and Overcoats at $10 Handsomely tailored suits and overcoats that I bear all the goodness in style, fabric and appearance li you are asked $15.00 for in most stores. Suits m all the new and nobbiest patterns overcoats cut medium or long right up-to-date all you could ask and more than you will expect are in these grand suits and overcoats at TOPEKA'S BEST HAT STORE a: 'if as?-. . . " Extra quality fine union -made Stiff 3nd Soft Hats in best and newest shapes see them examine their quality we say they are the same quality you find in other stores $2.50 and 83.00 our price Gigantic Selling of Underwear 100 dozen in natural camel's hair, double-breasted and double back, medicated, derby ribbed, silk fleece, worsted top, worsted fleece and wool grty g neece unuerwear wurm c1-' u """-"- mJTZ m i i .- I. tg -mmV GMr m to 50 ) ' ' Soon Sp 1 1 -v v I ir;;: ..: mew fall li ' "-tf".. The best assortment of all H I ' ' " A S 1 new Tatterns all cnt in p el CTN H H I I' "j '1 the new fashion for Fall l mil SLJ $2.5 $3.j fKUJ- -B S ! Tl, $3.50 $4.00 Entire Euiliin?. in beautiful patterns new ehaped lapels and gracefully tailored at in mixed vicunas and entirely new shapes oxfords and fancy mixtures, only $I.OO All styles and shapes at this price. Every Hat guaranteed. A great assortment of Fine Hats, made liy the best hatmakcrs iu the country. )e ant styles. See whas wo oiTcr you at Young's Hats Known frdm ocean to ocean as the best Hats sold in the world for J. B. Stetson & Co.'s complete lines of Soft and Stiff Hats At $2.50 $3.00 S3.59 esting sale at choice for Wright's fleeced Underwear, most sala able for 1.25 now here for 89c Jaeger finish fleece Underwear, heavy quality, 50c grades now for 35c Perrin's Gloves, new fall styles no w $1.50 D & P's Gloves, new fall styles now $1.50 Adler's Gloves, in Mocha, Reindeer and dog skin, for street and driving, at choice for $1.00 The tip-top scarf, different from any other scarf, the scarf that you cannot; tie wrong. You want it. Now showrf ' here for 50c Negligee Shirts, mainly pink shades are all Sjsl.OO and $1.50 shirts Special tomorrow 50c Double-breasted Underwear, of camel's hair others ask $1.00 our prica is : 50c Camel's hair natural wool sox; 20c qual ity for llo Imported French Hosiery, novel designs; there are 100 patterns finest quality in Jacquard weave. Choice 25c Athletic Sweaters, worsted yarn or merino yarns, in grass color, drab and white: worth $3.50 now here for $2.50 President Suspenders. They never slip, they never rip. Tbey are the best there are. Now 39c PlfcStech Bosom.. Shirts." nobby, effaets,. Miikt designs; worth fl. 50 now tor JS1.UU Neat Figured Stiff Bosom Shirts, correct patterns that sell usually at S1.50, here tomorrow, cuffs attached or separate at $1.00 I nbn-mada Suspenders, 50 dozen to Borrow at 19c & lb $5 $6 $7 All Parents Come Here for Boys' Good Clothes s,jw 1 - ? : bpecial for Tomorrow Boys' Wool Knee - f Pant Suits, in all styles, ages 3 to 15 yrs. l tailored first-class Special tomorrow. . . fctyiisti, Heavy, warm Nobby new styles Suits, Elegant new Suits and auu o-piece ouits in mortour, Manly, sailor Uvereoats, of fine im is 4 to 16 years in or Double-breasted styles, ported fabrics, in net 1.95 2- ages neavy storm -berges with or without vests 3 to weaves, new colorings, and all-wool Scotches, 16 years new ideas, new entirely new in styles, perfectly tailored $4.00 patterns, same shape and correct in every detail, Suits now on sale here merit only in good 5 Suits beautiful in the extreme at Here now at all ages $2.95 Great Sale Boys'Suits and Overcoats at tnly Ages 13 to 20 in r.obby Black Thibets, Fancy Cheviots and Tweeds Overcoats are long, but very nobby, at DIG BOYS' LONG OVERCOATS, with A LI-WOOL. Heavy, tf r- - slash pockets 10 to 19 yrs. ?, I-onj; lants al. ....5 Oxford Gray-45Talues-at....-y5 Boys' Winter Caps- good. 2 5o 15.00 $7.50 ROTS' Fleeced Union Suits DOYS' Fleeced Underwear- Heavy acd warm Special 25c Hoys' Tew Hals at T50 tioys ana 1.11 is iaius. colors 450 All sizes 75c value! r;io Woo! Knee Pants made lrom mill ends ROYS All-Wool Sweaters .45C Ked, Blue. Green- ..25C fl ones O" torn seems to still exist in backwoods towns. The polirp officers who kept the peace at the Ueid-Low wedding reception were Pavey, Hendricks and Summers, and were not in charge of Sergeant Owen, as reported. It is announced from Lawrence that the Ilaskfll Indians will be "in the pink if condition" for the game Saturday with the Washburn-Medics. IJid any one ever see au Indian In such a condi tion? "Will Stebbins and Nichols go to Heaven?" is a query that is to be an swered by "Jack the Jolly Tar" at the Salvation army meeting Sunday even ing. Plans for the Mid-Winter exposition are being considered by the board of di rectors of. that company in a meeting it the noms of the Commercial club this afternoon. W. J!. Stoiey, chief engineer for the Santa Fe. was in Kansas City Thurs day, and will in;iect the double track work which the Santa Fe is doing east of Kansas City. The Second Street Athletic footbK.il team defeated the team of the G. ! association at Third and Quincy streets by tie score of 25 tr 0. Stevenson, Costly and Constance were the stars. A horse owner who does not have much regard 'for the ri.ehts of pedestri ans, stables his steed on the sidewalk in front of the Southwestern Fuel com pany's olfice every day. The Hijih school football team has but three more games on its schedule. Two with the K. IT. second team and thf! otht r with the K. C. Centrals. Lawrence., Hoitnn and Fort Scott all refused to play the team. Th Shawnee Building and Loan as sociiuion allows interest on monthly de posits of from $1.00 to $20.00 per month it' allowed to remain on deposit fo' more than one year. Ask the secretary at his office, 115 Went Sixth street. At last the pavement in the alley be-twe- a Kansas avenue and Quincy and Seventh and Fighth is completed, and the beer wagons are saved the embar rassment of unloading kegs at the front door of the numerous joints in the block. "When the leaves begin to fall" many citizens beein to burn them on the street. They do not seem to know that there is an ordinance against building a fire on a pavement of any kind, and that the lowest tine for tne offense is $10. Chief Donovan said this morning that he hoped the people would quit it and avoid arrest. A woman giving the name of Mrs. Washum left town Wednesday. So did her husband, a barber, and they took along feme money belonging to other parties. So says J. K. Folger. the lower Kansas avenue barber, who frequently complains and with good reason about the disorderly houses in his neighbor hood. He says that Mrs. Washum bor rowed $S from him to start a hair dress ing shop, and failed to liquidate. The Washburn Review has had the temerity this week to criticise the facul ty of the college in this week's issue for expelling Worsley from the college be cause he ulayed in the Lindsborg Washburn game after the 'faculty" warned him not to. The controversy seems to be osen to argument as to what constitutes a faculty as it seems it was Professor Harshbarger who told him not to play. The case may go to the supreme court, and it may not. The Republicans have arranged the following speaking dates for meetings in Shawnee county: October 24, Quinton Heights, T. W. Harrison and Milton Brown; October 25, Auburn, W. E. Fa gan, R. F. Hayden and Milton Brown; same date. Tecumseh, T. W. Harrison and A. B. Jetmore; October 27, Wana maker. R. F. Hayden, Z. T. Hazen and L. S. Ferry: October 28. West Indian ola, 11. F. Hayden, Galen Nichols, Brad ford Miller and J. B. Betts; same date, Lone Tree school house. S. F. Wright and Z. T. Hazen; same date, Pugh's school house, W. W. Fisher, John Cha ney and John Sims; October 29, Willard, R. F. Hayden, Galen ichols and R. 15. Van Ostrandt; October 31, Silver Lake, W. E. Fagan and Milton Brown. THE WOMAN'S STOKE Saturday is Glove Day... We are proud of onr Glove stock. No better skins, no better made, no better fitting Gloves, are sold by any store in the city, than our "Triumph," "Marvel" , Perfect, . . $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Complete assortment of staple and fancy shades. About $5. i3 what the average person wants to pay for a child's coat. We have made a Special effort to get the most desirable styles possible and are showing some Specially at tractive styles at the above price including a line of Children's Monte Carlos, CHAS. ADAMS & CO. (The Woman's Store.) States is about Sl.OOO.OOO and their yearly output about 42,0m.000 brooms. The man ufacturers who have been asked to give options on their plants represent 75 per cent of the broom industry of this coun try. :! ... t . ; ; LADY COOK GIVES A DI$XER PI n lj c . Mil? TO nil 1 w& AT THE PLAY LAST NIGHT. T Our fourth shipment of New Fall Mats just arrived. The Elmore sisters are deserving of some attention from a good theatrical manager and from the public. They were at the Grand opera house last night in a piece called "A Devil's Lane," but which could have been called any-thin-. The Elmore sisters are good. They were in Toneka a season or two ago in "The Two Little Waifs" company, and they were the only redeeming featu-o, and they were here last year in "Two Merry Tramps." The Elmore sisters are petite and graceful. They can sing, they can dance, and they can act. Thcv plcase the audience and always have something new in the way of specialties, and they are from Kansas. They ought to have an opportunity. At 50 cents "The Devil's Lane" was well worth the money. It deserved a much larger au dience than that at the Grand last night. Richard & Pringle's minstrels were at the Crawford at reduced prices last night. The manager realizes that his show is cheap, and so the public was not fleeced. Money for Broom Corn Trust. Now York. Oct. 24. Arrangements have been made, according to the Tribune, for financing the ' proposed combination of broom manufacturers, which, if formed, will have a capital of $5.,no. The total capitalization of the companies engaged in manufacturing brooms in the United American Woman Entertains for the Boer Oenerals. London, Oct. 24. Lady Cook twho was Terinessce Clarlm gave a dinner here last night in honor of the Boer commanders now In London. Generals Pe Wet. Botha and Delarey were not present, but Lady Cook's guests included General Mahvu. Commandants Fouche and Kritzinger and Sir Hiram Maxim. The failure of Generals e Wet. Botha and Delarey to attend the dinner is supposed to be connected with quarrels which have arisen between them. They were all sightseeing in London todaj. and up to the last moment they were ex pected at Iady Cook's. It is reported that Gen eral Pe Wet wants the tour of the generals, including the trip to the United States, to be abandoned and that all three are disappointed at the financial results so far obtained. Gen eral I!oth, however, is said to be anxious to make a further effort to collect funds. A warm discussion on this point is be lieved to have occurred between Generals Dp Wft and Botha: General Delarey is said to have remained neutral in the mat ter. General De Wet's presence is con sidered necessary for the success of the tour and i' he' persists in returning to South Africa it is not likely that the whole toui- will be abandoned. TULIPS AND HYACINTHS. Fall la the Time to Plant if Tou Want Them. "I should like to procure some plants like those beautiful ones in bloom in the park," is an order given to the seedsman many times daily during the spring, while hyacinths, tulips, narcissi and other spring flowering bulbs are delighting the spectators with their gorgeous hues. The same old answer has to be repeated again and again: "The flowers you de scribe are produced from bulbs which must be planted in the fall; they will then flower the following spring. It is now en tirely too late." It is really surprising how few people realize that while their gardens are in their autumn glory It Is also the proper time to order and plant hardy spring flowerlr.g bulbs, without which most gar dens will be bare of flowers for many weeks the following season. In fact, there are many people who do not know what bulbs are. For tho benefit of such I may state that flowering 'bulbs are like an onion. The rno's and foliage die away, 1, e., "ripen off," leaving the naked bulb, in the heart of which are stored incipient flowers, stems and leaves. which are there in sustained while the bulb remains in a dormant condition. During the dormant season bulbs may be dug up, shipped, stored and replanted, like so many , pota toes, and after their term of rest has expired, conditions being congenial, they will again start into growth, first throw ing out roots, and then developing ths etorcd-up leaves and flowers. As the majority of hardy flowering bulbs ripen off during the early summer months, and as they do not naturally re main in a dormant condition longer than from three to six months, it is absolutely essential that they be planted In the fall". This permits them to make their root growth before freezing weather sets in, and the better the root-growth the better will be the flowers. Best Shoes Ever Sold for $3,50 : $Q50 The standard of excellence is reached in these shoes all that is good in leather is put into these snoes tne Desc workniansnip, the best leathers, the best quality of sole leathers there is none as good, bee our guaranteed patent leathers. Washburn Union-Made Shoes, at.. Best Boys' Shoes sold in Topeka are here shoes that are made to wear and give best of satisfaction at $1.50, $2 and $2.50 eettv Bmlldlma-tOB KmnmmmArm. jYEjPRjESCRjPTIN Brought to this store is compounded by a Registered Graduate Pharmacist, and is re-checked by a Registered Graduate Phar macist. This system reduces the possibility of mistakes to a minimum. We do not substitute. Our prices are jest. SWiFT & HoTlIDAY DRUG CO. I 523 Kansas Avenue. Men, Out Buying Shoes Tomorrow Bulbs planted very late in the fall or carried over winter in cold storage and planted In the spring seldom give satis factory flowers, for the reason that the foliage and fiower3 commence to develop as soon as the roots; therefore the flowers cannot develop beyond the sustenance sup plied by the rootless bulbs, and this sus tenance is usually exhausted when the flowers are about half grown. While it is true that the flowers, etc., are formed within the bulb before thev ripen off, yet it is absolutely essential for their max imum development that the bulbs become thoroughly rooted before the tops are allowed to start. A good rule to follow as to the proper time to plant hardy spring-flowering bulbs in the open ground is from four to six weeks before freezing nights are expect ed. Then the under soil Is still warm enough to induce root-action, while the cooler surface and air checks top-growth until spring. Country Life in America. Body Found in the Ruins. Buffalo. N. Y., Oct. 24. The body 'Of Captain Laurence Green, a well known lake captain, was found today In the ruins of the Union Steamboat company's freight house. Captain Green had not been seen since the fire. He was 69 years old. Everybody reads the State Journal.