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rQPEKA STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1303.
5 sxai' shots at hojik news. Oil. ! lie "mr.onsliiiip's ' bright in my old K-MHM'ky home. And ttie It r.tiils are betv.y find say, Ar.'i tli' wiiii a i i. inlet m-s upon ,'i i::i"t hunt, WM! the .hulgun m.'ikf. n-usio iili the e; ,i y Ti e I' i p-bbi')' '1 hewi? has horn jiut in li'L-nt, s t nrn. And - fcix-oh'-'-HT' lead. 1 for be.ir, Viii!!'1 tin1 rtrii-juirp is 1'nviiif: from the li'tli mount. mi Mill. And there's tiaiif r ahroad t. xt vy h'-T. Tr.-i-. rt ro j-v.urds of strife n m: old K-n-1 a, kv hullli . V, the f iid-:.,-in rrreirhr.s .y tho Wl'-l hi santcan i,oko,l lirhvan tho rail3 111 I'Ul i!;.-J-S Hvie, 1 e 1 1 : 1 1 1 1-1 r in..', f a-latin honor; Tie- foloiulH and '.Ma.ia r.s'' are out for 1 ;o:i and t;i ro, A'lil tf a- ui.ii'oas they Tfry diilav. And crrivo ttii:t(--rV loisy in tho LMtk .ts.1 1 ; iir ut. .ma in loo oi,: ke'ie.-kv homo far ;nay. t. il'. l:iaains;, oi m l.i f A'if;ol s K. crd. Tho Slum County Xmmal institute has 7 '-h-dars enr.illed. The hich fchnnl eraduatinc oxorriff Will ho h.-M to!iiht at the hiph sehnnl. Fhoriff L'ii':i? lias subpoenaed the wit yu.tsos who will appear next week in tho trials of tla,! joiutuds in tho ilistriot Court. ;-an Adams, roeently of tho Kan-: university, is sponrlintr a low days in T:,,ikii. Ho wiil retu'U to Liiwitihc for post Kiaduato work during tho summer. Knr Xvirnm. "whoso siioo North Topeka Was washed out has pru nospd that iho relief fund ho proratr-1 Eirioriij the losers aorordins lossi-s:. He wauls a board d a Earned to apM":iso losses. in then i-praiser Every box of Kronian S.mlouV cherries is stamped with his llanio and the date. Pardon's cherries .uo fnr salt Oi'dy at S.mi llindinan's. dtlier d. alers cliinnir.u to soil them arc misrepresent ing. .Mud which is .liter out of North Kan sas aviiiuo and tho stores alonir it is titinc Mulol into hoh-s a short distenee n either siike There are holes enough in North Toju ka to onntain all the iimi vhioii the -water deposited where it w ;n I:ot wanted. Information is wanted of lenrge J.lontsoniery who lived at rci North Kansas avenue with YV. T). AVtirrcti, his prnndfither. His father who liv-s- at Talnwc", Kan., has written to Governor I';;i!oy for informalion about the hoy. 1". D. Miller of Tooumseh is hero look lntr for h'.s son I!oy who oame to '1 o 7 ckh. a f.o.y days hefoi e the flood lo hvk for work. Ho has had no ca!,. munioation with him since lie left homo and is naturally worried about him. Jerry Simpson. ex-oouBressma n from the Seventh district, but ok of Hope well, New M"xico. wants a hired Kill. , fo sent Mrs. Thorpe money to buy a j ti. ket for one but one after another those who had promised to go declined. The firm of Overmyer, Mulvane .t Uattlt has been dissolved by the with-; .irawal of David ( ) ermyer w ho v. ili upon a law odiee in th.- Central National j bank buildinc with his son. ;. K. Over- inver. The tiriu of Mulvane (luult i lil continue. j A suit brought hy lvhvanl ror j iisrainst the Motrofolitan Street ail- way comoany of ivansas f iiy for ; .'"u fiainafres for injuries received on Juno it. p,:n. has In en transferred from the disiijet court of Wyandotte county to tii I'nited States district court hero. oiiaiva is niakini; hip iirejiarations for her l-'ourth of July celebratioii. The day's amusoini-nts inolude two balooA asoensions, races, a ball frame and a. lire works display. The last named is to be In charge f the Topeka Republican l-'lambeau ciub whih ill shoot off Ti'io ' v, i rth o? M-rotechnlcs. Th,. county commissioners are holdinsr aiiouier interostiniir session today. Th; l.o t is tliat for a couple of weeks tho sessions have been unusually inter est f.u? as th" county fathers had t rustle c -ctthinK from raiie nuts and bandannM handker, hi.-fs for tho refugees to pon toon bridges and tents. At th,- annual eleetion .if the Swedish Mile choir the following oilicers were . hosen for the nuniiitr year: I-eader, John Luntrstrom : president, David Dan iels, .n: vice-president Autrust Hfrj?-. s-iietary, John lunKstroni; tieasurer, Swa.n Thtilin; librarian, Knut Hanson; marshal, Krio I-.it ng-strom. Thirty-eisht barrels of clothing and pere-ral supplies have bom sent here from Wichita for the relief of flood suf f 'r-rs. The th.inns u ere pathered hy the l'iiuhters of the King, the police matron of Wichita, Mrs. Crouck of the associated charities and the members of thfi V. C. T. I. Much of the donation v as evidently purchased new to be cent here. Street Commissioner J. F. Snyder thinks he has succeeded in slopping the spread of the imtiKTise hole formed by a quicksand sink at tho corner of Quiney and Laurent streets tri North Topeka. His, force of snoot cleaaintr teams have been hauiins and Jumping in rubbish for three days and have suc-"eed.-d in making a solid e-mbankment part way around the inside of the hole. PVrryton knew what Tecumse'n would Ir-cd after the flood and a carload of tilings have been sent by the town in the southeast part of the county to the niher. which suffered severely in the re i id hmh water. P.oth are farminer com munities and most of the articles sent from Heriyton will bto to farmers living in the country around Tecumseh. Amonp? ttie contents of the car are plows, har ness, seed corn, clothing, bedding and f . iod. A summer kindi rc irtf-n and industrial Fehiml may be opened in the Social Sot te nient buildmp at the corner of Fourth and Jackson streets if the co-operation f the Topeka board of education can be secured in its maintenance. The project was proposed by Police Matron Thorpe. Knouffh voluntior kindergarten teachers have been secured to conduct the classes but it will lie necessary to liiie a superintendent. It is desired that the heard of education pay the sfllary f the superintendent while the member's rf the Mocinl Soul, merit think they can bear the other expenses of the school. The foll.iwir.K- is from the "immediate" rlimate and crop report of the I'nited Siates'lepartnutit of agriculture: "Kan- -Topeka: Flood Ufl k's SVfrURo reinfali over Kansas river watershed f, L'.s inches; Kansas river not subsided enough to fstimatf damage to crops; at improving, ripeninsr in south, ndtur in central; corn beinu worked i.i Miuin ai.u improving, nut too wit in Perth to cultivate, finish planting, or re 7'iarit; low corn ficMs drowned out in K ro county; oats growing well, begjn r.icg to head in south: pastures and M : lows tine; alfalfa (inc. cutting tie- More Attractive .ny use latino and f elatino nud spend hours soakinc, ,5rl -f .-weeteien,, fl..,...,.? V t.l. VI and coloring when -r-x- --.(j- .V Pr-hices hrtter results lu't-vo'miauti ? Lveryiainu; in the Simply add hot water and set to cool. It's perfection. A sur prise to the housewife. No trouble, less eX pene. Try it to-dav. In Four Fruit Fla vors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, ILasn. Uirry. At grocers. 10c. Extraordinary Sale cf Outing Suits i j' ! fl 1 r I ( A 1 .f , .. rf U I W JM r Nobbiest made y fi " and every suit IB J worth $10.00 -1. 1 1 t. ; f ! I : ; 1 jtsV Tomorrow only 1 I ' i ti V ' , 5 t i vH ::& v. 1 J - no fj Navy Blue Serge Suits, H ietnetly all wool, tap- C I ed seams, warranted ? iast colors, $10 values jf Special il 0 h. Great Bargains for Parents of Boys Ll'LING AFTER T11ES. He Is on Trail of "Underground' Inourance. Suporinten'icnt LulinK of the state in surance department, proposes to stop the illegal insurance business which is carrierl on in Kansas City. Kan., by agents in Kansas City. Mo., which is known as "underground" insurance. It is carried on to a considerable extent in the tuo Kansas Cities. Agents in Kan sas City, Mo., who have no license to solicit business in Kansas, come over nn to the Kansas side and write big policies on the big industries on this side o the state Tine. Superintendent lAtlinir has directed the following letter to the fire insurance companies which have agents ou both sides of the state line : "The attention of this department has been called to the fact that agents and brokers of Kansas City, Mo., represent ing tire insurance companies also au thorized to transact business in Kansas, have been and are now invading the Kansas field, particularly Wyandotte county, and soliciting tire Insurance business. "This department desires to appeal to the sense of fairness of gentlemen con nected with such companies as may be ia'erested or concerned in the operation and result of such business methods, and requests that official influence be forthwith used to prohibit such prac tices in the future. 'The superintendent of Insurance of Kansas has discretionary power, and such power may be exercised in bringing about reforms of the character herein suggested. "May w" have, at an early date, as surances that your company will now, and in the future, limit the business of your Missouri agents and brokers to the territory prescribed by licenses issued for that state?" THEY TELFTkaI7!! WAKE. Topeka Elk3 Take Exception to His Action. The Topeka Elks sent the following telegram to AVasbington Thursday: Topeka. Kan.. June 11. l'J"3. Kueere Ware, Pension Commissioner, Washington. P. C. If you .ue quoted correctly in the As sociated Press dispatches this morning we w ish, to state that you do th?, flood sufferers of Kansas a gross injustice. Kansas will do and is doing- all she can to relieve the distress of the sufferers but it will need all the outside assist ance we can possibly secure to even partially alleviate the condition of our people. JOHN" ,T. KIXNKY. Chairman Elks' Flood Kelief Commit tee. Thieves Tap a Box Car. Wimield. Ken.. June 12. At Pext-r one of cars on the Missouri Pacific tilled with general merchandise was broken (men. The thieves made a fair ly good haul, lor almost every box an 1 crate in thr car was broken open and part of the goods removed. Almost every box that arrived for Mastersoii. the double racket store man. was brok en into and part of the goods takn. Forty-six boxes ot cigars from or"? 1 1 ate billed to the Panncv-Dnvis Co. wrr missing. No trp.ee cf the thievon has b-en found. Made a Presidential Office. Washington, June 12. Among the fourth class postofhees which have been advanced to the presidential class ef fectively July 1 is Douglas, Flan. $10 .Suits for $5- A fortunate purchase of Hart, Schaff- ner & Marx splendid Out ing Suits vre now offer at a ridiculously low price you -know H. S. & M. Clothes are correct, irrespective of price they make nothing cheap. This is a pick-up for us, anu you are ine gamer, Homespuns and Flannels, in Coats and Pants Isew styies Very Elegant Ooting Suits The best imported Home spunsrich, dressy qualities other store sells under $15 O we offer at El J Flannel Trousers turn-up bottoms or plain CB Jf tt 1 ui n nave uciv ftLittps splendid values -at $5 Boys' Suits in Norfolks 2 and 3 piece Q rn styles tomorrow JO.DU Odds and Ends in Boys' Suits all styles, ff sold up to $3.95 tomorrow tpI.jQ Youth's Flannel Long Pants with cuffs and belt straps light or dark tPv5 58 and $8.50 Long Pant Suits-14 to 19 years all styles and fabrics, now jp.OO 500 Small Boys' Wash Suits, in madras, .-v linen and duck all colors, 1 qualities now. ..)OC 1000 pairs Boys' Wash Pants, in pique, gala- , tea and linen, white and fancy 2 C 500 pairs all wool Knee Pants 3 to 15 years 50c quality, tomorrow 2C Children's Straw Hats 19c Boys' 25c Belts 15c Boys' Swell Straw Hats 25c 45c 75c 95c Boys' Summer Coats, unlined, 50c coats, for 25c Boys 15c Suspenders, at c Boys' $1 Fedora Hats, tomorrow 50c HARVEY RICE DEAD. One of the Founders of Wash burn Tasses Away. Harvey D. Rice, one of the founders of Washburn college, and a close personal friend of the late Peter Me Vicar for the past 45 years, died Thursday at his home, two miles east of Topeka of kid ney trouble. He has been very sick lor three months, part of the time beins at Christ hospital. His lite has several times been in danger, but with wonder ful vitality he has rallied from many declines which were thought to be his last. He has been bimd lor the past year. It is rather a remarkable coincidence that Mr. Rice should so closely fellow Dr. McVicar to the grave. Both have lived in Kansas since the earliest days. Koth were on the lirst board of trus tees of Washburn college. They have been on the most intimate terms since ISfiO, and have labored together through all those years for the upbuilding of Washburn colege. The news of Dr. Me Viear's death is said to have hastened the end of Mr. Rice, who was in a very critical condition. The funeral will be held Saturday af ternoon at 3 o'clock ,1'rorn the First Con gregational church. Mr. Rice has seven children living, and his wife, who was Mrs. Suzanna Veymouth. Mrs. Rice was the third wife of Mr. Rice. His first wife lived only a few years. In IStij he married again, and his second wife lived until February. 1902. Since then Mr. Rice married Mrs. Weymouth, who was one of the early settlers of Topeka. and whom Mr. Rice had known for many years. Mr. Rice was year? old. He was born at Charlemagne, Mass., and came to Kansas in 18G5. He served through the civil war in a Kansas company, and was in the Battle of the Blue, Mr. Rice was a member of the Beecher Bible company, which came to Kansas to save the state from slavery. The com pany carried Fables for reference and rifies for use, and Mr. Rice's company headed for Wabaunsee county. Mr. Rice came back from Wabaunsee coun ty to Shawnee county and bought the farm east cf town upon which he has lived ever since. Mr Ri'C and Col. John Ritchie were thr ones who really started the agita ticn for the location of a college inTo-pt-ita. They engineered the fight against Lawrer.ce for the location of the school and finally won it. The school was then planned as sort cif an academy to be called Toneka Institute. Mr. Ritchie authorized Mr. Rice to borrow money in the east t buy the cnllesr a home ft ! Tenth and Jackson streets, and give a ! mor tgage on the Ritchie farm to secure ' the loan of Jl.oo. When Rice broug-ht I the draft for that sum back with him to Topeka, the banks here did not have money enough on hand to cash it. and it was taken to Leavenworth to be cashed. As no contractor could be found who would build tbf stor.o structure which still stands at Tenth and Jackson for a reasonable figure. Mr. Rice himself un dertook the contract, lie did his woi't so vdl that the building, long since s a 1 to the city, has been in constant use as a public school ever since the college was moved out to the present campus. Mr. Rice had considerable property, consisting in part, of his home place of 100 acres, a 50 acre farm in the river O.XS.Y O.XJ PRICE CLOTHJXG STOKK-IN TOPEKA. 709-711 7 OUR GREAT AND SUCCESSFUL A rousing success. We were confi dent it would be right from the start, as the people have never been misled in our advertisements, and are quick to respond to special inducements here. The result of a purchase of fine $15.00 Suits at less than cost from justly-famed makers, whose name appears in every garment, enables us tomorrow to ask you to pick your suit from twenty styles of fine pr " i t :A 1 f $15 Soils, l 1 i ail sizes, for but hi S.' Onr $1.00 3travvrs are splendid true styles Panama, Yacht, soft brims in Sennets, Split Cantons and Mackinavvs 20 styles, and qualities other stores Q-t nf must get $1.50 for here thl.tJij for Young Bros. N. Y. Straws are fine, very swell correct styles as worn in East at.... $2. 03r $2.59, $5.0!) bottoms, a 400 acre farm in Wabaunsee county, and considerable real estate in California. It is said that Mr. Rice has in his will provided that half of the property shall go to Washburn college, and half to his family. THEY ARE PLEASED. Kansas City Firemen Have Good Words for Topeka. It is Edward Trickett who is chief of the Kansas City tire department, and not Chief Hale. Through an error the State Journal referred to the kindness of Chief Hale in supplying- Topeka with a fire steamer, crew and equipment, when the credit is really due to Chief Trickett. Mr. Hale was chief for a great many years up t- the administra tion of Mayor Rei d, and was then re placed by Mr. Trickett. Ron Hale, chief of the Westport crew, who is here in charge of the steamer which Kansas City loaned to Topeka, da id today "I can't say too much in praise of the work done by the Topeka lire depart ment boys under Chief Wilmarth. Mr. Wihnarth is a chief who is ellicient and up to date in every particular. Fie would be able to handle the work of any lire department in the T'ntted States, I don't care w hether it is St. Funis, or Chicago, or any other place. The To peka department has treated us splen didly since no have been here, and we have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. If we are called upon to do any work, we will do our best. "The men in th" Topeka department are an exceptionally fine class of fel lows ,and they have been doing splendid work since this tiood occurred. They not only have attended to the work of their department, but they have made their assistance of great value in many other ways. They are well drilled, and show the effect of Chief Wiimarth's careful system of preparation for the fighting of tires. "We are all jery much pleased with the new aerial truck which you have here. It is one of the best in the coun try, and is of a make which insuies tiiat it is all right. "We wiil not return to Kansas Citv until Chief Wilmarth finds that the w-ater pressure from the Topoka plant is sufficient to take care of tin s. This may not be for some days. I undrstand that they o?:peet to have pressme by tonight, but we will wait until Chief Wilmarth is ready to let us go." Y. 21. C. A. Exhibition. The programme for tonight's nastie exhibition at the Y. M. C. as follows: Va tilting hoise Roman rings ..J. H. Springboard py A . la .CI Pi as "ak ass ted rtle ted tus CI dec Parallel bars Blind fueled boxing Fencing Ranker and V High bar Se flub swinging J. A. Atic Tumbling Pesik. Strohm, Kaclar.d and Au; Proceeds to go to relief fund. Death of Mr. Freling. Peter J. Frei:ng, of Leavenworth, died very suddenly at his home on Wed nesday evening. He was a prominent Mason and widelv known throughout 1 the state, being grand treasure'-' of the (grand chapter of Royal Area Masons land grand treasurer of the grand cnun- cil of Royal Set ct Masters. He had S also attained to the thirty-third drgiee i in the Scottish Rite. He will be buried i by the Knight Templars at Leaven I worth tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. KANSAS AVENUE v ; f) it- :J ? i . -js I ':. r. p; v v -1 ' ' ! t ' ' fT7 ,Oi fVi St ? ; I ' J Tomorrow continues OUR $2.50 SHOE A purchase of 400 pairs fine Low and High Shoes from Chas. Eaton Co., Boston, their surplus stock of $3.50 Shoes C, $4.00 Shoes All now at . , Sole Agents in Topeka for Stetson's Fine Shoes At....:.5-XND S8 NO LICENSE FOR HIM. Dr. MefTert Is Proscribed by State Jledical Hoard. The stat.? medical board has granted the request of the delegation of Em poria citizens who appeared before it on Thursday and has unanimously voted to ( uforee the order revoking the license of lr. Meffert to practice medi cine. The doctor will now have to go out of the medical profession unless he can find some new method of getting around the law-. The board has reorganized by elect ing Dr. D. P. Cook of Clay Center, president, and Dr. O. P. Fewis of Hep ler, Crawford county, secretary. Dr. Fewis represented Crawford county m the last legislature. Dr. Lewis succeeds Dr. H. Vv" . Roby of Topeka ps secretary. The friends of Dv. Meffert made a strong fight against the reapneintnient id' Fir. Roby on the board, but it is asserted that this was not the cause of his defeat for reap pointment, beeause th- cuhv board is agai'trt Mcf ert anyway. Dr. Roby has been verv nctie, not only in the prose cution of Meffert. but also in enforcing the new medical law against every al leged doctor m the stale who was not "regular." DECIDES TO UETIKE. Italian Cabinet Sees No Further Use for Itself. Rome. June 12. The cabinet ministers have decided to announce their rrsigna- nation in the chamber tor'ny. Although there was a ministerial ma 1 jority of 40 the chamber of di-iiutia I vote on Wednesday against a pariia i mrrtary iuq iiry into the conduct oC t"n ! raw department. in which Signer Giolctti, tho minister of the interior was ; a leading figure, caused the cabinet to I decide to 'resign on the ground titer j was no further reason for its further 1 existence. The ministrv was uviiii re i cerrly in unision with all the liheralists j including the extreme left, which how -; ever joined the opposition in the ad I verse- vote. FIX I P Fl KMTl RE. An Important Work Now Under Way. The relief committee have arranged a furniture repair depot at Second and Jackson streets. There the fio.td furni ture, and any other old furniture donat ed, will be repaired for use of the re lief committee. Tomorrow Mrs. Thorpe will send out a committee of ladies to solicit c.id broken furniture any word of anv such donations may be sent to her. . Neodesha Ears Nitro Glycerine.1 Xeod-sha, June 12. The city council passed tile ordinance to keep all nytro glycerine wagons off all the stieets of Neodesha. at its last meeting. It fixes .; fine for the. driver of from $100 to $500. Six'.y Bulgarians Killed. Con? tantinnplp. Juno 12. It I f r-onnj lamvn that sixty Bulcrarins wove kil led at th villa se at Yeni.i Koumeli:1.. recent.y in a. rnmhinfd attack made on it by a lf'tarhment of troops :-nd neigh boring Ivlussulman villaerprs. Fifty pris oners v ere taken to Adrianople. SALE f - r 1 n nth Hart, Schaffner & Marx Hand-Tailored Men's and Young Men's Very Elegant Suits, now $!5. The quality of these Suits - " is the feature of our offer a recent big purchase of the sur- good clothes makers enables us to display the greatest as sortment ever shown of for eign and domestic weaves in light, dark and medium colors, all exclusive patterns. We cannot emphasize too strong ly that we are offering better suits than most tailors can produce at $30 or .do ana better than other stores ask $20 and $25 for, at fl I 'T1J y-- .y j.. . y Manhattan and E. & W. finest Shirts in fancy and pure linen effects exclusive de- q -j r signs at.... $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, ?.OU Bon Bon French Imported Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers long or short sleeves, elsewhere. Here at New Fancy Summer Hose Novelties from France, England and Germany new designs not to be seen elsewhere Kfl 100 styles at" .- OUC President and II. & P. Lisle Suspenders, calf skin ends, 'jpj regularly 50c. Our price now 300 SHOPMEN STRIKE. Mora Labor Union Troubles Among Chicago Kailroads. Chicago, June 12. Three hundred men employed in the car shops of the Chi cago, Fake Shore & Eastern railroad have gone on strike and their action threatens to tie up the South Chicago plant of the company. The men are water tenders, oilers, car builders and freight handlers and want a wage in crease of iVi per cent. The company offered l1 per cent which was refused. The COO carpenters employed in the packing plants at the Enion Stock yards have been given a 20 per cent in crease in wages. The men are all mem bers of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and have been getting 27'2 cents an hour. The carpenters desired to have their pay lifted to the union scale of Z0 cents, but the packers refused on the ground that the men worki d the year around. A compromise was reached giving the car penters :sz cents, the highest rate paid for similar work in any city of the w est. BKISTOW STARTS ANOTHER Will Investigate the Establishment of Branch Stations. Washing-ton, June 32. Fourth Assist ant Postmaster General Bristow has in stituted an investigation of the circum stances poverninp the establishment and maintenance of all the branch sta tions and substations of nostofliceii throughout the country. The recent ac knowledgment of General William Dudley, ihe former commissioner of pensions, that he accepted a fee of $100 for securing ihe establishment of a sub station in this city for a druggist, cal led the attention of the officials to the subject. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Joseph Jones to Rosa Jones. 51. lots 1.":; and ir,r First street. Game's addition. F. V. Benson and wife to J. Knight, $700. lots 2S1. 2.t5. 2KS and 2S7 and north half 29 Kellam avenue, J. W. Morris addition. E. Rassett to H. Fl. Puckmaster, $2,."ieo. lots F".f and i:;s Lincoln street, Vance'? addition. J. R. Carter and wife to S. S. Archer, $!', lots 2;,.";. 2" and 39 Fores avenue, J. V. Meuris addition. A. J. Anderson and wife to D. L. Nipher and wife, jr.oo. lot 2"7 Sixth ave nue, east, Schmitt's additiir A. G. Shaffer to A. J. An .erson. $''00, lot 2"o Sixth avenue. Schmitt's addition. G. J. Miller to J. ,F Mathews, $i50, lot V'fi and north half 161 Logan avenue, John Norton's second addition. A. C-illett and wife to E. Jones and I wife, f7f. Fit iV) Buchanan street, K ing's addition. E. Stephens et al to 11. E. valentine, $2,000. 17 acrs in 7. 12. IS. Tax deed to T. C. W. Snyder, part southeast quarter 35. 11. 15. Tax deed to I-;. A. M. Smith, lots in Boston Heights addition. Hevenue Inspector Named. Washington, . June 12. Stephen H. Taylor rf I,.a"i-pstr. Wi., has been ap. pointed revenue ins;iecton in Indian '1 crntoi - . A Call on National Banks. Washington. June li The comptrol ler of the currency has issued a call for the condition of national bank? at the close of business Tuesday, June S. 'V n V - - ..., Our Splendid $1 Shirts are increasing shirt sales immensely. We make a specialty of selling the best $1 Shirts it is possible for money to produce. We pay more for our SI Shirts than other stores, because we want the best materials, the best workmanship, the best thread and best finish have a look at our $1 Negligees thoroughly the SI. 50 shirts in other stores made of the finest fabrics cuffs on or separate pleated fl ffl or plain 100 ytyles at. . .P vJU all sizes sold at 75c 45c KANSAS FAIRS. Following: is a list of fairs to b held in Kansas in 113, their dnte?. loeauons ard secretaries, as reported to the slate boar 1 of h jiri-ulture and compiled by SecretHj-y F. II. Coburn: . Allen County Agricultural society J. T Trrdway, secretary, lola; Sept. fs-ll. -;arton County Fair i'sociation Jam-a W. Ciark. .-cert tary, Gr-;l lieuu; Ai:g. Hmwatha Fair association (Brown coun t v t Kl!i tt irvin. secret arv, H ia watiiu; Sept. S-Jl. ButFr County Fair asociat inn J. W. Rubicon, secretary, Kl Dorado; tut. Mewins lark and Fair association (Ohsi taoqua county) 1. N. Whitney, s-.cretaiy, Coiar Vale. Clay County Fn ir association K. K. Hoopes, secretary. Clay Center; Sept. fc 11. Coffey County Agricultural Fnir associa t ion J. K. Wot diord, st ere tar v. Jiurb: ton; Sept. S-U. Fasten Cowk-y Fair n5sociHtim fOowFy cnuntv) Ed F. Reed, serotarv, Iiurdes;; Sept. Pi-lS. ( v.w ley Count y Agricultural a nd Stock Show Hsrsociation W. J. 'iion, iecretajv. Wintioid; Sept. K-ll. Fh-.ny County A pri cultural society A. W. Warr.t-r. secretary, GarrFn Cuy; Aui. Franklin County Apricult oral soeitv Carev M. Porter, SL-cretarv, Ottawa; Sept. 15-IV Harvey County Agricultural fwif ty J. C. Nicholson, secretary, Newton; Sept. Jackson Count y A crricu Itural and Tr ir association S. P.. .McGn-w, secretary, IMton: S;t. 1-t. Jiffrson County Agricultural and chanieal Hssociation Gt-orfre A. Patterson, secretary. Oskaloosa : Sept. 1-4. JeweH County Agricultural nsso-iat ion H. R. Hoth-v. secretary. Mankato; irirpt. 14-17. Frankfort Fair asocia tion (Mnph.-i U count. v J. P. Gregs, secretary, prank fort: Sept. 1-4. Marshall County Fair association K. I Miiltr secretary, Marysville: Sect. IS-IS. Miami County Agricultural tinMt'c'aa ice! Fair arsociat ion W. II. Bradbury, secretary. Paola ; Sept. S-ll. M it c lie n Comity Agricultural association II. A. I'hdps, secretary, Sf iolt ; Sept. hs- Morris County Exposition Co. M. V, Amrine. seen tary , Con ncil Grove ; SpL. Xe-naha County Fair association W. R. Graham, secretary, Seneca.; Sept. 1-4. Nf psho County F'air association H. I. odM. secretary. Krie; Sept. 25-ct. 2. Chanute Agricultural Fair. Park and Driving association (Neoho county A. ?Z. Tirnrane, secretary. Chanuie; Sept. 1-4. X .f County Agricultural a.cso iat tn I. B. Pembtr, stcrnary, Ness City; Sept. 2- Xortor. County Agricultural association C. J. Shimeall, secretary, Norton; Sepu 1-4. Osag-e County Fair association E. T. I"riee. secretary, Burhneam'1: Spt. 1-4. Central Kansas Fair association ( Keno Trcuntv Ed M. Moore, secretary, Hutchiu J son: SenL 14-11. ! Rit e County Agrioultural Fair and JJv ; Stock assiciation W. T. Frown, sfcretaiy, j Strrling: Sept. 1-4. Itilpy County Agricultural society t,. u. Xewby. secretary, Riley: Sept. Rooks County Fair association OImr Adams, steretary, Stockton. Saline County Agricultural, Horticultu ral and Mchanical ass-iciation H. B. WaUnce, socretary. Saiina: S-pt. S-ll. Wichita State Fair association (?;dRv!oJt county) H. G. Toler. secretary. Wichita- Smith ( ounty Fair asso.c niton K. sj. Riop, secretary. Smith Center; Aus: Stafford County Fair association G.o. E. Moore, secretary. St. John: Auk. F -CI. Mui vane Agricultural association Sum ner count y J Newton Shoup, secretary, M ulvanp. Fredoida Agricultural assocation ( Wil son county" J. T. Cooper. fc--:retary. Fre douia; Aug1. L5-2H. Coal and coVf. Tele. 5S. Topeko lc & Fuel Co., 112 West First L