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TGPEKA STATU JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1903.
OilE IS CAUGHT. Result of the Twenty-mno In quisition Joint Cases. IT TTTT' TX 1 i i II I I N 1 i I 3 On account of the backwardness of the season, on account of the flood, on account of the extra large stock we have on hand, we have determined right in the heart of the season to Fritz Duteia Is the Lcme, Lorn Victim. 0 TT 1 4 LAST (JOES BY BOARD. Thomas Lihby Is Today Found " -Not Guilty." Farce at Last Comes to an Pnd. The jury in l h district nmrt wound ujj lis- i-v of joint trials, on tr.is i t.ks 'I'uk-.t of tne toiui, by tinaing 1 that Thomas Li I. by was 1 1 . .t guilty ot V ii i a 1 1 1 a-4 ilb- prohibit try law. i Th- ci--. was line (f toe i n ( u is it ion' i eei a s n.st ;i tiled by tie- Lit-' ( nunty At- toiio-v (;..! n Nichols. Tin eonii'i.tininf; ; 0i- Mir v. i-tuss was one jiin WriKht. j Met tie- i "iiiily supi riiit.'itdent how over. &lr. Ileht S lilt llioiy W.IS quite d -1' e'-i U e. k!i, i ih..l fit- scnii' tunes tiioki it Oliak and t.e u us (.1 111" opinio!1, tliat ; he laialit have plna htise.l a glass of j F;al il u ets, cna' lamis, or lucut-d li- ' V-'o'is .,f l.il.by but h- could not I"- far- ; lam. Nellie a e.iUa.i la-. I"' quite Sill ' w!p:i la- h.t I bought sap) siun. In tact iir V, riui.t's memory was so nexilae Ilia! 1,.. imimi'1 sute of si i) tiling t'aat laiuht b. i ai t : lei' ia t it'L' tow. lid Idbbv. Ida- juiy I'M la time ill tileting Ilia' dc l.raa.n u"i miiliy. iital a. i i- lia: t w ' lit -i ii;ll h niai Ciiaiaj i i. :th ai!ll; lajllor n tlv 1 il' C' a Atrm ii.- -Ni' i'a'ls iti hi Jmt.-h of laaa-aii'ii' . ,is.-s that wont fra. . ( ) at1, Ki , i- a- -oina unP.iak- joia:ti--t was I"',:: I auiity. Tii.il u.is M'itz lmra:P. ; J:. IP- ; naia, i ! i a r ! as -IP miaul, wa? f. a.a.i ;ii!liy 'nut in as" was not in ta" ; a ' p ; aa l a 1 n ' ' a r;s. Tlv ooniplain iaa " l,i hi t hat ai" was V. 11. 1 intl, a. ho ,i,;aa i i-t I ha JU' Coaa y Alpaiay .Niiiioi.-- on I'atituary j 6a, i i- .-aaa a walaant for liaiiiuan. ; li : -a a i Pat rua.i with Falling i l n .- -l" to p i i s, a. I mi P ia, . 1 ; oats old a :al j t..,,i , s. ! i i n.a'.s. .1 1 i 1. 1 1 i. 1 1 1 was in'.r.'l I j:u:!t'. in t !,... lliMa- counts. Imttonj l, !s , i at a Paa. 1 1 iipior i f 1 ! itliintl .r i Pa ; a; i . ..!.. of r..!ivi lisii; him 1'tlt tli jaw 1 II - it imii! Pol guilty mi that' . il a . t pp., vi.at.u of Mia, man out of tha, l, 1'.- i .aP it Nti hols is aousidar- ! ta ay -oaa. j,, ,a a .t. tt.V 1" f' ' t- j a i . ;' .oavalaias. a -.a ry t n t tti; i otis'ap'i- . , a -j p.- i -a-.- w '!"''' so 1 nil of lai.p I, as Pan only tiv- oasos want to the ; ia ..id mil of t lit ttvo tla-ia was i ;." I , ,-rVr Piaa Tit- '"op Inlas wa r" tha fat tiail .'Map. !.- fail, d to 1 V..- till' WM , l ana - i I So lal j.-uitisis alio l-ui'- i - I i a - ai '. and a iso pay t tia t file i i lliikli'iivn." The other lii'iii j ia;. ;,a; Xlalois SMttlii? th" time I'lC t'"a -.'.Pli'S-.- ta test It y betWaan 111"' i ,, Pi.. -i.H- of ipp.ior to tin in and; tie ui'.- Ilia t- -a mcaiy was aivtl. a P'-r- j j d ,a oaty aPoat two jn- iiths or lets : i.aa, al . f iwo years. j -pp. i ..v,iip. is the list of ease? ntid la-- i::sp P. 1 I ileal. t.,;.. v.-. I '" alt W ell, i llSIlliSSed. s Kl'-i'i. jut y disaKl-.-ed. S; a- o ' latil'-' .xl-in. ilismi-ed. i.-t. - .1 .No ,h. rati, dismissed. .:,.-. vs. , bar t-ud'-r. unknown. Ca ,! a.i-a k Joaos. .ii.-misse.l. -.a,. s A. HaysP'p. not uuilty. -,,- v.. M'-'la i;.-!. iiismi:-sed. ft s. 1 l.-d la. as, not guilty. pta'. V-. , bar tender, unknown. CP.Mni': sad. siap vs. Kid'. lui(in. tuilly. pi .'a- i. '-. s i-aoar, c.isniiss d. Mat-s. M. lhmdy, dismiss. 'd. s-i s. A aa'a-i soa. dismissed St va - ,.,, l.iPuy, not trinity. S i a i vs. J.e k Smith, dismissed. .- a vs. 1 ' t r JP-.a.vt.. dismissed, r-i .a- v a, lleniy H: aw n. dismissed. S' P. - vta l.i apra.-f. dismi -s.-d. S . -1 vs. M a pa, d ism is. d. S " . : t - S. J -li tl iiOe. d !S III iSSeil. S Pi ' ' vs. J h 1; i 'o'. ) tsmisse.l. S'ale IS. C oo. dismissed. Sa t- is : .i". .'a-mi-s- d. bait - ,, T aa I dismissed. ft'-t- i; ; t - -- , dismissed. Staa s Jan t a ... oismiss.-d. So.---, 1 ,ms ia;- t'-ad' r. d ismissed. ia . oh. o. tia- i rPi . is arr.-stad some fa" if tp.y v.. r- "u tl olio a n." but ttaii alda f il IP naiti-as in llaa eonrt. TO HAVE -NEW OFFICE. anta le Telegraph department Plans Slarjy Improvements, "j n M e't i.ttnii-ti: a! tie- Saata Fe H- ' I it ' tie s p, r, c..jve P ' 1 p Io vi 111. n t S ''' ' P a i , d i putt iii-nt. TP old 1 ' ". i I la t ! i a. I" u occupied by t ha t . 1 o Pa at Pa lieo.y years past is to be 1 ' a . , 1 1 1 l.ia.i o! a not i at 1 i ".11 on f. '.i'li '! ,.,' Th.. room whp-h i- to ti-y-ti". i up P t Pi. tat, as is the old t ' -1- .a'1 1 i . ., a u and nan a r- now- a t ''''-. i 1 1 a i a ir in, local and putting a -' la w ; .- a Tie ta"a loom tlil he n u. h't:.;- l.a i p. o p.- .-;i t its on a c "f IK 1 - ma l.ii a- i . b'-tP-r vftlti ili'i "it tl" ' . '.a., sat- ol til, Puild I t is ; ia int. upon of t la- n log. aph. of tie SallPi I-.- make ttiis Pa-- oa - ot t!ie fin. si in the eoun- II" w i.'i'Pa I k a ad t'urnishiags of lac 11 P- 11 ill ie ot tile p. St Of an! lla- a ,.pa i a t as v -1: !. ; fin i il.- -st ll tli.it nil: l,e so. Ti" ..r!e ii id I up. ...-.! with ' I on ah up'a x aii.l sir.wl- line i -ni'iai p. tea; i. v in us" in a i ,: y i pi. s ui the pi i n. ipa! i- i -. a 1 1 p -1 n i " s of th" coim.ry. 'it ! Ca- 'pi ij uri' nt of tins pew a 1 i I ...ta--i---t of two new spring MaPen 1. ...arils, (he- ia a r.O line -'a iP li hoard and the other is a al ii"at-l. Tlv I" w ill also be i it! tie- law opa a- "it oneratois' v ' ' h are p.,.,v li"inir mad" at. the ' -I'th'-i- v-ali oaPpi'ts for the ' h" : a - Tii" n if t tal use 1 in the ic 'ion of lie.-. ; urpish l tigs is sol k. I : i It. 1 1 iatr If' mi t pis otli-e i di.-ie will a" eve m is of i opp.-r win b "ju i il npa X' ! p tour of the principal P ".'- ' n tip lit--, oia- .-n h to Chicago, L ! -a: a City an-, Piihe-t-.u an! two to I-' I n ia. Tia- apparatus for the new li ii alf ady he,.,, ordered and is I ' '- ' tl til'- way ta Topeka. Sana' has ar-!- It is stilt-.! it, at th" cost of 'i'.i; i ing ta-. n,-w- oin.e.- wPl b-- several ta- i.i-aa-i liopais. Ad wires coming into i a ' Pi".- w ill he out of siuht under-n- an tia- Poor. 'iia u.-ik on the office is being push "i ami it j ll'i.uya-.t that it will h ready f"i' use about July i. .Th.e naw office "" 'il inii'- i-a la ,-ompl. tid th.ir.uprhiy ' ' ' a pptag is touch-d in ta.- ..Id of !a e. llu-int-s am not be d-laved under at y a I'-uiastapees. The employes of the ta'. aiai.h ti- p.irtn-a.-r'.t will continue to lis-' tl-a- rooms which are now occupied by tl-. tit. t!ee n- w room being only for ta" .- a.---i t. u s. Tile room v.d u-h is now f..-, uaa.l by the opira.tors will be used 1 Ih" clerks and room in which the t'n-rks now hold forth will be converted Into two prit ite offices, one for t'1-' Miperiniaiaie nt of ttlev- iph and theidh er f' P h.is assistant. Th new office and Bdditi'ip.ai facilities a-:e made necessary on aceciunt of the constantly increasing business. About D,000 mesaases a day J Of ACT 1 li R 4 H f XADIES - Bring All styles and Shapes of Straw Hats are handh'il at the prrsfnt office. Three chiefs and 13 operators are now em ployed in the office and it is stated that lie- force is to he increased when it is niovt d into the new room. The telegraph p -rvioe on the Santa Fe is unexe.-lled. It is constantly reaching out find taking in moire territory, nl thouch it is now one of the most ex tensive in the country. Only yesterdny it was .inn.uir.eed that tlirte more wires are to he strung from Topek:1. to several poirts out on the line. line will he ttruns? east to Kansas City and the other two south and west to Arkansas City and Wellington. These win s ale' sint'le. It is stated that they will be woi-kincr within sixtv days. The estahllshment of this new Pant: trhnraph otttt- in Tapeka fompletes chain of new offices which have heel tahhshed all over the system liurinu l--e the the poa Mar. New offices lire 1 O W ill Olor-,- li'-a al I,"S Ansel, s. I .as V.-Kas. italvespai. l-ilioic" and 1-a Jmita. The office at l.a Junta is ahe.it the sarn" as the pew office lure will I." when it is finish. d. About -".-P-i nies-if-s are haa.l'a d Oaily at that point. The Santa l-'e now has two riuailru 1'P eirenils rimnint: in1o P i Junta. Mie si-irls from Toot ka and the other from i-Piea.a, At l.a Junta both Tapeka and ( hiaaao husinrss is n laved onto a quadra plex circuit tram thai poini in 1,0- .n b,.p. This latter circuit is I.Stit miles in 1. n;:;h and is said to he the 1, , n ir St .p ad -rani. X i-iieutt in taliread setwice ia the rtiit'd StaP s. 'idle Simla la' now has very ladek - rvi.i. lirtwieii Chieos-i and I .os ncelis M. spaces can he handle.', be twe. n i ho. poieas. Iw-lnit n laved only eeee at t a 1 1 1 Tl 1 II ill rll'VCll til i 11 ' 1 t ! S . Willl'Il is better service than any of tie- cunt cial fiimnatii'-s ran boast nf. ,. i This remarkable p leirrnpn praelicallv line to the work of sapi-rinii ndent of ttleirraph P fe. Mr. i taunt came to .w-rvit r. H. tl nut. ,v the Santa the Sana"! but in even on i a of th t snort sj.ai building up ' inl la has succeeded host railway tele ount ry. .f tl rnpli services the NEGROES KILL A WHITE. Attempted Hold I'p in Heno County Proves Serious. Hutehinsnt Xewbury. a Plains. Mo.. Rob Cross, same place wound' d by f ia ight train i, Kan., June 10. John bridge carpenter of West was shot find killed and a bridge carpenter of the was shot and seriously two negroes on a Santa Fe early today near Sherman. The whit men ban Jttsi quo o.elr.. gang and wa r making their way to the harvest t ed to hold th -Ids. The n'-groes attempt in up and. a light followed. The negroes esc pod. 1 no suei iil rtiai .,,-ehine for them and they a posse a' lumininily l"ali with if caught. will Gross examine. t nis paimei ....... ,. - .. .... ,i.. i f.leoding from his own ,,iP he then made his way to inn hum- of a farm is t it v. He v brought him to i ,t through the I is sht mouth a"d in the and 1 n hdd so c l.otlv ninvil'T but inn and tne capon iso that his fact ted. Morrison's June discounts and silverware now on. on jewelry II I 'AH WATEUW0KKS CASE. Judge Hazen Will Listen to Argu merits Saturday. , , n ..-, i.-l Saturdav morning Judg- ipa,,', will listen to arguments n the injur.' tion suit which h is Veen brougnt the waterworks the alidity ot probably b- submitted lateliicnt -f facts. This nt has been prepare,., he siir ncd I nis afternoon Tin ca st ii g ia will 1 and will liki 1 by th" atloi I iaii-t iff. and tn vs. .1. T ( larver & 1 ydark is th iritu-r are his a : lol in- i d statement of facts uiltinur.Piis tloeunient. and ,,,,o!,-.io Pistol v of the co m- pro- pi is ' 1 '."-I- P. . . ; 1., Ill a.,,.... ,,"h en t i l e P Hli.u.i "' yotiniTef the bonds. A summary i Viv. n t.f the votes cast in the election Att"f iiatol' il-is ai-reed Statement. OL lrt i" the court the attorinys -win w.- ba is for their argument. W hieh iv Judge Hazen decides the case, prohablv b" hurri-1 to the sn ourt far final (In ision. Morrison s are everything; for tt .-1 n g day: special prices or. HKINU IN THE BILLS. Commercial Club Will Clean Up Its flood Business. ti Commercial club having turned the ill to th mi nt of the reln t work o : Associated Charities, is eity anxious n the relief clear up the lulls t -reateu iv committee during the past three week nd yet outstanding. it i has been im- ossihh- tor in" nuii i" ascertain definitely its standing linan ('ally. In pursuance of this object t'.ia llollowtng notice was issued today: i "The relief committee of the Com mercial club havinsr turned over th I issuing of supplies of all kinds to other ! pat lies, merchants and others having j lulls against the committee are requesi ! ed to smd them to the Commercial ctuo j at once. This is nece ssary in order to i determine if additional a ppropriatio.is lean be made. THE COMMITTEF." Morrison's inf-nd to clean itimnii-r milliner:' by June :-!. $i'.i, $1S hats at !). out their Lot J2.S0, $1.50 trimmed hats 5 cents Sat urday at Morrison's. il GilOAT OPPOnTOl'ilTY! TT . TT 1 "3 tvery jjoiiar s at cost and less than cost your boys and dress them All informal recept ion was given in the piano studio of Miss Certrude Tracy tiiis mornie.tr between 10 and 12 o'clot k for Mr. Francis Fischer Powers and Mr. j Harold Stuart Jh ises of .New York, i Miss Tracy was assisted by Mrs. James : I. . King. Miss F.inilie Kins. Mrs. George II. T'arkhurst. Miss Charlotte Parkhurst, ; .Mrs. K. A. Herbst, Miss Herlist and Miss Sue llrrbst. Miss Idaneh Jenuess, i Miss Kdna Herbst. Miss Mary (Heed and j Miss Clara Ijanh-ls presided in the punch room. Musical and society cir i li-s were largt y represented in th company in attendance. Miss Phil Reed. Miss Juanita I-otd and Miss Susie Rodgers are giving a picnic on the Washburn campus this ovt-nin., uiv.rt Will Wikidal i Tht' TU' StS Hi the cha pcrotiage of Miss Miss Kmilie King. Mr. md Mr. Joseph Wilson. Miss HaKel Howe, Miss Kncvnia (juinton. Miss Hazel Grim"S. liss Certrude Mulvan", Miss Helen haritt. Miss Ru. ile I'ollock. Miss Hcre ii e Johnson. Miss Anna Ti'outnian, !iss Mary Pallas Gage. Warrick Fpd"- .V iff. Clarkson Milispaugh, Iaiuis I- el I.vle Gil more of Wamegn-on-the-I.tuiis Hall. Hob Pierced dek Reed, McKea, George Peach. Archie . Alfred Ouinton, Warren Kelly, Iowa Kin .Ian ! Pav Fred Partitt, bert Spivey. Harold Colburn, and Al- Miss Fdith Davis spent Thursday in l.titvn tire where she was the guest of j honor at an afternoon party given by- Miss Jeitnnette heeler w ho will be ttiJ maid of honor at the wedding of Miss Davis and Dr. William F. JJowen Wed nesday evening of next week. Miss ..Mary Barkley entertains for Miss Davit j Saturday afternoon. Miss Walker and I Miss Helen Walker give an evening for ; Miss Davis and Dr. Rowen tonight and ; Mrs. Thomas Grey Kennedy has asked guests tor a luncheon m tne nruie s honor next Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Radcliff, 1272 Buchanan street gave an afternoon party far her little daughter today There were about sts Miss Mamie Knox was the hostess at an ai ternoo.i today complimentary to Miss Daisy Vance' of Oklahoma City. Miss Agnes r.urdga will entertain in form.. Hy for Miss Vance Saturday and Miss Jtilia Larimer Monday. Mrs C. F. Menninger gave an after or her two Bible classes Thursday home on Tupek-t avenue. it h Miss M.ildred Poindexter's evening a. ca't.'iS T'nursdav for the Kmporia visit ing girls was attended by Miss Marjorie ll. tte Miss Pess Parkmtin. Miss H-ittje V.add'-n and Miss Fthel Shay of Em poria Miss M,-iigai-"t Garvey. Miss Jutl i Whitnev. Miss ladna Herbst, Mis Kl.ll Davis Miss J an Austin. Miss La Vet e I ai -i-il.iii. Miss Kthel Hyman.Miss Clara Fleishman. Miss l danche Jennt ss. Mr. rrnr lfnvl-v, Mr. Arthur Wolff. Mr. Dana Parkhurst. Mr. Fal Gossctt. Mr. Harold CoTiel.ind. Mi. Tinkham Veal.-, a,- Will CcHirsi n. Mv. llussell Frost. Mr Warren Kelly. Mr. Fd Gossett. Mr. Hairy .Stingos and Carl Trapp and Mr. Harry Fleishman. Miss Henrie and Mr". K. C married Wedn Frazii r. also ta KUet. daughter of Mr. Filet, of Fl Dorado, was -dav evening to Mr. Riw Fl Dorado. Mrs. Fra- 4 a relativ al Ti jteka of the Davidson fam and has other ilv. av ruie. intanct Tooak A called ting of the Western So- m .sis v, ill be t Mrs. T. .l-cet. held Saturday at . o clot k F. Garver's. 715 Harrison Notes .ind Persona! Mention. M" Hrster Hanbaik. of Lawrence, is the guest of Mrs. A. L. Williams. Mi's Flla Derrick f has gone to her horn" in Highland att-r an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Herrick. Among the out-of-town guests ex net t.-d ior the Da . is-Row-im wedding next week are M:s. Herbert Holt of LasCruees. X. M., Miss Frances Biakes 1"V of Kl Faso. Tex.. Miss Jeannette Wl-eeier of Lawrence. Mrs. Guy Ken ncdv of Junction City. Mrs. E.l Hack nev of Wellington. Miss Combs and Mi" Gcraldine Combs of Kansas City. Mrs. L. C. Kistler and her daushter Margaret who have been guests of Mrs. F. B. Gatchell since the flood in North T.)"ok,i drove them from the Fnion Pacific hotel, have gone to Kan Has City to join Mr. Kistler in a per manent rcsideucp. Mr.. F. B. Aniba. of Flint. Mich., is tn.- euest of her mother. Mrs. Annie Pai-nc. Mr. and Mrs. R. X. Femberton leave Saturday for Colorado to remain until T (I - u no goods reserved $ illy up for little money. Our Men's Balbriggan Underwear 19c Men's Open Work Hose 10c TAKE AD FULL LINE. of MEN'S WHITE VESTS the first of October. They will divide their time between Manitou and Glen wood Springs.. Miss Ruth Hayden. of Holton, will spt ml Sunday with Miss Mabel Knowles. Mr. Hoy Failey. of Kmporia, spent Wednesday in Topeka, SIlss Hattle Madden and Miss Mar jorie Hette returned to their home in Kmporia today after a visit to Miss Marg-aret darvey. Mrs. Frederick Wattgh. who has been the guest of Miss Pearlade Preseott, returned to her home in Kansas City Thursda;-. J)r, William Mat-lay "Lyon has re turned from a visit to Kansas City and 1-a wrence. Mr. George W. Tineher will go to Kansas City Sunday morning; to meet his daughter. Miss Fay Tineher. who is coming home from Chicago where she spent the winter studying for the stage. Mrs. A. H. Brie of Chicago Is visiting her Tojioka friends. Mrs. Preston P. Potv of Colorado Springs who has been in Burlington for I few days has returned to Toneka and is visiting Mrs. John Kkinhans, Mr. and Mis. C. K. I.agerstrom and Miss Katharine Lindsay. Mr. and Mrs. Otto I!. Seiffert of Colorado Springs are also guests of Miss Lindsay. They will go from here to Kansas City. Miss Blanch Foss is in Rayvrenee the guest of .Miss Kthe Luther. Mr. and Mrs. (din Bell of Lawrence were in town Thursday. Miss Jennie and Miss Ada Simmons are in Kansas City called by the illness of their brother, Mr. Will Simmons. Mr. James W. Studdard of Topeka and Miss Fila P. Bradley of Abilene were married in Kmporia Wednesday. Mr. Peter Schultz of Kmporia is visit ing Mr. J. W. Wooding ,".04 Van Buren st t eet. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Fox have returned from home Mr. Springfield, Missouri, and are at at 7-4 Van Buren street. II. L. Bwelle returned to Kmporia today after a short stay in Topeka. WHAT SHAWNEE WANTS Commercial Club Will Discuss Seeded Legislation. In order to reach some unrD rstandingahe-it what Shawnee county wants at the hands of the legislature, which meets in it? spe cial session on Wednesday of next week, a meeting has bet n called for-Monday af ternoon at 2 o'clock. The call issued bv I'rf-sidi nt John R. Frost of the Commercial club today- is as follows: A special meeting of the Commercial club is illed for Monday afternoon. June TZ, 'I o'clock, to consider needed hgiskiiinn on hi half of the people of Shaw nee county during the siycial session. The business men of North Topeka, the mayor and members of the council, the county commissioners, township trustees and members id' the legislature art- espe cially invited. rJ here is some doubt about the possibil ity of securing the passage of bills for anv other than tht- reconstruct ioa of damaged bridges. However, it is behaved by many that the state ought to make some provis ion against the suffering that will doubt less follow- along the Raw valley from the loss op crops in the recent Hood. A prop osition to request the legislature to give Shawnee county authority to issue bonds tor the purpose of creating a relief fund will be laid bi'lore this meeting. It is par lii ularly desired by the Commercial club ofliccrs that the township officers invited io the m.eting be present in order to iay their views before the townspeople. In or der to accommodate those who will have to come tiara a distance the meeting will lie held in the afternoon. WHERE WALKING IS WORK. In Constantinople It Is a Fierce and Active Struggle. To walk in Constantinople is like a tierce and active struggle. One should look at once before, behind and under neath one's feet; brfa: -, behind and un derneath o-a's. fa.-t some danger or dis gust is always threatening. I never wiilk'-d up the steep road which leads from the bridge to Pera without the feeling that I was fighting my way through a hostil" city. A horn blows furiously and a black man runs up the hill, clearing the way before the dash ing and struggling horses of the tram. At the same moment a cab drives at full speed down the hill, and the horses set th ir feet on the pavement. In front of you a man balances slices of offal on a long pole across his shoulder: they dangle before ami behind: he swings cheerfully with his burden through the (-row d. A Kurd. stooping under a weight high er than himself, follows, step by step, behind you. A dog with a red wound be.hind his car and a long strip of mangy skin on his back lies asleep in the middle of the pavement. You step into the midst of the dogs and the hamals: as you stand aside for a mo m"nt a beggar with a handless arm rounded into a stump, a woman with her face eaten away in the cavity of the hood which he draws back before vou. appears suddenly, lining wnai nan seemed the only alley of escape. The sun soaks down" into the narrow street: the smell of mud rises up into your , , t,t: ...1 - a .. ,J r-osfrils. mingled with those unknown smells which, in Constantinople, seem to ooze upward out of the ground and steam outward f-.nm every door and window, and pour out of every a'.ley and rise like a cloud out of the breath and sweat and foulness of the people. Harper's Magazine. $14. $12. $10 lot chiffon and braid trimmed hats for $5.75 tomorrow at Morrison's. at B n mm m a s i b n n-ni Ui LLUlililj Hi Ull all spring and 111 8E Or IT stock of Boys' Clothing:, especially in Blouse Suits is 'URDHY R Men's Collarless Cambric Night Shirts 45c Men's Stretchy Seam Drawers 35c TO MEETJETER. A Deputation Leaves Belgrade for Geneva. Belgrade, meet King June 13. A deputation to Peter started this morning for Ceneva. Three sisters of the late Queen Draga also departed from Belgrade for Vienna. The provisional government has of fered the diplomatic corps places at th.5 railroad station on the occasion of the reception of King Peter, also expressing the desire that they appear in uniform. The diplomats have not replied, pending the receipt of instructions from theii rcspective governments. The provisional government is .very short of funds, and has been unablr thus far to raise money in consequence ' its status not being legalized The following notification was ga zetted todai-: "The Russian minister here has in formed the minister of foreign affairs that he will enter into relations with the Servian government, as the czar has been pleased to recognize Prince Peter Karageoreviteh as king of Servia." As Foreign Minister Kalevics official ly visited the Russia legation today, the formal relations appear to have been alreaiSv resumed. The streets of Belgrade are beginnimr to assume a gay aspect. They- are deco- j rated with liags and Venetian masts ihave been erected from the palace to the railway station. I The position of the regicides under i the new king is freely discussed, and it lis generally expected that they will be j promoted and iiensioned and then gratl lually removed. Any slight to them. however, would be hotly resented by the army, which is master of the situ ation The enwspaper correspondents who eame here from Sofia have been re called They say there are indications of serious trouble in Bulgaria. St. Petersburg, June lit. The Russian court has gone into mournins for 24 days for the late King Alexander rni. Queen Draga. SEEING THE LIGHT. Prominent Colombians Favor Ratifi cation of Treaty. Panama. Colombia. June 111. The Star and Herald has been publishing a series of articles by the most prominent isthmians on the canal. Dr. Pablo Aro zemena, an influential member of the Liberal party, wrote an article decided ly favoring the iatification of the Pan ama treaty and showing that every prominent Conservative or Liberal in Panama favors the ratification of the treaty. Another writer says he sees great dan ger for the sovereignty of Colombia it' the treaty is not ratified and declares j : that the Cnited States can buy control j i of the French company as Great lirit- i am did in the case of the Suez canal i (and then denounce the treaty of 1S46, ' I guaranteeing the sovereignty of Colom 1 bla. The writer adds that if at the ! same time the European powers decide ! to push th-ir claims against Colombia, j the republic being unable to comply i with them, a repetition of the naval i demonstration aga in; t Venezuela is pos i sible, "which is more insulting to the national honor than approval of tne t-reaty. which really makes Colombia and the X'nited States allies." "If," the article continues, "being free of her obligation to guarantee Colom bian sovereignty the United States de cides to land forces and guarantee free transit to the world's commerce, Colom bia could not prevent her so doing, which would be far more dangerous than the ratification of the treaty." ARNOLD SURRENDERS. He Was Chief of a "Get Kich Quick" Concern. St. Louis, Mo.. June Im propriator of the Arnold ment company, chief of E. J. Arnold, Turf Invest the exploded "get rich quick concerns, appeared at the Four Courts shortly after 11 o'clock today and surrendered himself. Arnold, who is charged in indictments with fraud, has been missing since his company went to pieces in February. Attorney Joseph Roe accompanied Arnold to the Four Courts. They en tered court room Xo. S. where Arnold stated that he was ready to give bond. Arnold's manager. Lumpkin A grill, is also under indictment and has been missing from the city. Tha Richmond Route TTVii- A-Tichicran Tourists. Sleeping car leaves st. Louis 12:?.0 noon, daily over Vandalia-Pennsylvanta Short Lines via Richmon and the G. R. & 1.. arrives Petoskey 9:30 a. m.. Harbor Springs 10 00 a. m. Mackinaw City 11:20 a. m., Mackinac Island 12.15 noon. Dinner and breakfast on dining cars.. Inquiries for further particulars' should be addressed to A. B. Ritchie. Traveling Passenger Agent, Kansas City. Mo., or J. M. Ches brough, A. G. P. Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Remember Morrison's special prices when you are down town. $7, $8. $9 street hats for $4 85 at Mor rison's tomorrow. summer clothing MING. RESUMING BUSINESS. East St. Louis Is Emerging from the Flood. St. Louis, Mo., June Ifl. The water is receding rapidly from the flooded dis tricts in Fast St. Louis and vicinity. In Fast St. Louis business is approach ing its normal stage. The National stock yards and its industries and many of the manufat during plants about the city have resumed operation. In the shipping yards the railroads have gangs of men n pairing tracks anil trains are being moved. Passenger traffic from St. Louis to the east has in a measure been icsunied from the L'nion station, but it will probably be a. fijw more days before schedule time is resumed. Venice, Graniie City and Madison are still submerged, but the water is now very shallow, and will probably hav? receded within the next, two days suffi ciently to permit the beginning of cleaning operations in those towns. The latest estimates show that the flood directly or indirectly caused the death of 17 poisons in Fast St. Louis and vicinity. Fourteen were drowned and three were shot for river thievery. NO HOPE FOR ftlETCALF Postmaster General Says That He Convicted Himself. Washington, June 10. Postmaster General T ayne has received a report from Assistant General Robb In reply to the former's roriuest for a statement whether the decision of the pnstoffice de partment in the Ryan Turf Investment company, signed by former acting As sistant Attorney General Christiancy is in accordance with the law and the facts. Mr. Payne is not yet ready to make the report public. Mr. Christiancy is still under suspension. Postal of ficials are in touch with him and it is believed that final disposition of his case is delayed with a view to securing fur ther information from him concerning administration of his otlice. Postmaster General Payne has not an nounced bis tinal action on the appeal of former Superintendent Metcalf of the money order system for a suspension of the order of dismissal but the dispo sition of the appeal is foreshadowed by a suggestion from Mr. Payne that Mr. Metcalf was convicted on his own state ment at a full hearing. HH1EF TELEGRAMS. Victoria, R. C. June 19. The coal strike on Vancouver island in conse quence of which steamers have had to bring coal from New Castle and Japan to supply the coast market held by tne Vancouver island collieries is now at an end. The striking miners have petition ed Mr. Dunsmuir, head of the mining company to be allowed to return to work and he will meet then at Lady smith today. Bloomington, 111., June 19. The anT of postoflice safe blowers which ha been operating so extensively in centra. Illinois, blew open the safe in the cha e at Colfax last night, securing Jtj.00 in cash and $2"0 in stamps. Bloodhounds are on the trail. Meriden, Conn., June 19. William T. Squires, treasurer of the New York.Netv Haven fe Hartford railroad, died today aged T2. London. June 19. The storm off Car navon, Wales, to day, was accompanied by two strong earth shocks. Th ? in habitants were alarmed by the rocking of their houses, but no damage was re ported. The earth shocks were so se vere at Bangor. North Wales, that the patients were carried out of the hospital into the grounds, and the congregation badly frightened, evacuated the cathe dral. New Turk. June 19. A member of the executive committee of the Fnited States Steel corporation is authority for the statement that the schedule of prices of finished iion and steel products for 190-t will show no change from that of this year. This applies to prices of steel rails and billets. Washington, June 19. Announcement was made at the state department to day of these consul appointments: John G. Foster, Vermont, consul general at Ottawa; Robei t Woods Bliss. ctnsul at Vienna; James V. Long, Pennsyl vania, consul at Patria; Edward Dig gins, consul at Berne. Galesburg. III., June 19. Henry 51c Cune. indicted for the murder of Police Officer George Allen here last Augus'., was today acquitted by the jury, sus taining his plea of self-defense. Binghamton, N. T., June 19. Miss Florence Stoddard, the only daughter of Secretary of the Territory of Arizona Stoddard, died last night at the home of her grandfather. Judge C. E. Martin ot the court of appeals. She was 22 ears of age. v New York. .Ti.c 19. The steamer Campania fiam Liverpool was reported off Nnr.tucket Lightship at noon today. New York, grand Jury in June 1?. Brooklyn -The fodral today com- Store 4 must go. the largest in the Men's and Boys' Jersey Sweaters 40c "1 WHAT!! A Box Factory? IN TOPEKA. AIN'T IT THE TRUTH AND A GOOD ONEi. Havint? purchased a full line of machinery we are now prepared to make all kinds of Paper Boxes. Mailing Tubes and Wooden Shelf Boxes. We Solicit Your Business. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. V ANTKD liny to c.irry paiTS aft: neons. Call 1277 lAncln Ft. (Firt publisher! in Tho Toir.-ki State Jour nal Junr Kv l'f-:',. i Statement of the ConhUin of the Bank of Topeka. at the rinse nf businr.sp nn thr '.Hh day of June, 1'jC'o. Li;;ins and discounts 51.1' '1 t tyfrdrat'i?: 4' " ' Hf at estate Bunds and warrants. I'-.". '.' Cash and tdght exchange ".!:. -I $1.' -$ - T.T ABI L.ITI F.S. Cnpilal rtonk a id in Surplus and und i vidod pmiits . Dividend df-cla red lu t not pa ;d . Iteposits The a b o v e s t a t p r n t i p rnrrcot. J. 11. Ml'LVANK, Pnsid'nt. Attest: J. K. M I fA'A N K. A. V. Ki)V,K J AH MTLVANK. rncneed an inquiry into the snl of cash. registers to the i'nited States govern ment for use in postoflices. ESTEE WON'T HAVE IT. The Judge Declines to Be (Jot ernor of Hawaii, (OorrorwnrU'nt o of Assncia td Frf5:3.) Honolulu. June 1, via. San F'ran js ot Juno 1!'. M. M. F-i.-' t'lnt-d States jtnlp. who was mentioned f-.r overno" of Hawaii, in a re-tnt intrvivv hua made a ptatemnt to the effort that h-: is not a andidato and would not ac eppt the oltice. Tho Rtv. Father Ubort, rrovfear of the Hawaiian islands, has if ed hU Appointment as t 'a tholte bishop of the islands. I lis confirm.! tion will ra k phi co in Sa n Fra poison, or pn ba by in Haltimnrp, vh?ro Cardinal (ribbons may conduct t he ceremony. An order has bren rccfivod by Col lector S tackle abolishing Lahain Maui, as a port of entry. Could Have Waited A certain suburbanite was aooustom-l to brinpr home some little remembrance ( for his little prirl. who always ran up to ! him and put her hand in his pocket tx ! peetani ly. Once, mowever. he was d-Maye1, and at the last moment found that h- coul i j not catch the express train that m at iways took if he stopped to pur" bane j anything. When upon his arrival honr ! his little daughter started to put her hand in his pocket he shook his h-ad. "I had to disappoint you tonight, dear." he said, and steins her quivt-rini lip he w.'Pt on: "It was this way. At th1 last moment a man came into my office. whi a kept me later than usuai. and I only just had time to catch my train. Now. if I hud I stopped as usuai to pet you something, I I would have had to wait an hoar tor j another train, which would have made 1 me RTt home too late for dinner." j His daughter thought a moment an-i said : "Well, pa pa, I could have waited. rsew xork Jimes. Low Rate to Boston. One fare for the round trip via Chicago Great Western Railway Tickets on nale Junp 24-.'f. Good to re turn July 2nd (or August 1st, by pay ment of .V) cents extra). Stopoers al lowed. For furtht.r information apply to any Great Western Asent, or J. P. KImer, G. I3. A.. Chicago, 111. A blessing alike to youner and ol !r Dr. FowWs Fx tract of Wild Stra w -berry ; nature's specific for dysentery, diarrhoea and summer complaint, ExcursioiiB to Boston. June 2"th to 27th, inclusive: alo July lt to ."th. inclusi-e, via Nickel Plate ! rad. Fsp 'dally low thus. Fiberal re I turn limits. Particulars at City Ticket Office, HI Adams St., and Fnion Ticket I Office, Auditurium Annex, Chicago. YOUR I lily. city. i