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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, MONDAY EVEN11NG. JUNE 2U, iws.
DIVORCE The Onlv OnePrice Clothiers r i , MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED For Loyal Kansans desiring to wear home products. Dr. J. D. Countermine Preaches a Pointed Sermon. i where undamaged, perfect Pants are sold at LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES Thinks That Divorced People: Should Not He marry. - ' f J r" J AUERBACH sc war y GUETTEL. OPPOSES A PANTS SALE SANCTITY OF THE HOME Zt 31 ust He Preserved Throne;'; .Marriage Laws. Their Disregard .Harks the De 709-711 Ilansas Avenue. f ! r - t 1 (PS EIP Ti y Lit! Si )f ;i u1 s v ml h!, l rs iV, i- 1 i f - iU if "1 M i j r L U U EJ L -3 Li li U O J U 9 ri cay of Nations. Tr." ;.. r.l Ass' uil.ly of the Pi-.-by-tci'nn rhiii.-ii i.-.-i.tly (!- lit r. '.i against the nwaniiu'i. .,f rliv.r-ci i.crsuns. 1 r. J. IV n. !;;.-. .if fh- Fn t Presby- ter'an . i.i.r. h. jr.-. ai-hcfl Suisdav on &!. rri tc", I'ivmv,. an.l Jlr.marrw." Ill !:.-. .-rtn'.ii !:. ( 'out, mine "'I':;- rr..i.siii.t K.ti,...il ,-liun-h is T -.1 liuji-.ii. Wiih many of la-r fn ts i.i.d inai-tic .i lue Ps-t sl.yterian chur. li is in fun i on'., auti always t;--jui. in h-i- Hfiritual prr...vth ami iu-..s-l"-t ny. Svvri j earn hbo th I'm! slant .Till 'iiuiTh t-.-jfisn to . in.-iit'r in a,- r,,ur:.-ils the !m;i..rt im sii.m nf the l'-riiart i.iee nf iliv.n ei-d jicrxms. Af ter !J..t1;(,4C six --ii's in (1 i S I ' u - s i i) k the jLi.-s.!...n nirim.K thf-ms-U's without ;ir n at siMsiartmy n-sulis, tlify j-e-K)l'i.i to invitp somo otiiPr .-hurofif-s to 1.0- op.-i att- u ith ttu-r-i. With this end j:i ii-n ii.vi'ations w. re s.-nt to tho Z.I.-thoriist Ki.i!.-..,il. thft Prt-sbyteri-in, "ifl!st ami situational churrhes. J.ittr on, at. the a-dvii-e of sonit- of the triori ht-n aira.ly jnvitrU. tlu- same in itt!orL was xtmiprl to th. Mtho.list 1.1- .s. opal and Baptist . hurrhr-s.. South, t:. l.uth-nin chiir. -h. thf Chuivii of the !!' ip'es. and the Alliance of the He-lorm-'ii churches thi-..UKbout the wurld h'lln.r.it th- I 'i esb t.-i inn system. ' Iri respons-! to th" Invitation received fcy tb 'rophytertan church, tlie neneral Asfcinliy in aopoinied a strung commit' e to co-opeiate with similar conun:ttea appiintd by otiier church es. Not yet have ail of the invited churrh-'s appointed tfeir committ-es, or tven Mgrmtied their 'illlnenpss lo co ?PGrat';T cvmseiiuently no conipleted ac t.on h:is be.-n lakfti by the co-operating- church-:", nevertheless enough has 1 f:eti nocompiished by the committees fc.r- ady apiioirne-d, to sUKP"St the meth od "f tii.-ir iuoceflure, nuipose, and tiie possil'le cutciune. The whole movement rsis f-n two proposit ioiis. First: The farmly is a divine. Institution, religious ami social in iis nature; and, secondly, t'.at as s'li ii it is so 'itali conn.ected -!'. ; the Stat'' in all its lushest and best i'.t-r-sts. that tie- state cannot endure I U' ;;r:y piiMt h r'th i f time, if the fam i'.v 'omj shorn of its original rurity and posvi-r. ' In supp-'irt of the first piroposition tb-.t lie- i'eoi iy is a divine institution, t je e:-: :mI Social in its nature, six l,r,. iuetTs or". ad'auced. l-'irst. tlod 1; sio .i.-d i ': family as a r. lii-'iotis and F- .,: ir.M i ' hi ion in th- tlm of man's i :i :-,-. lb- mad" oi:-' woniatl for one !. ill-- r.;i!!l Was tile priest of tho ; o Ad mi i-oiild not divorce his v :'- aed tak" .in'ith": f..r tVu-re was no , '".. " f. r him to take. S "iv;l'. tlf niarria-e rflation as t I. st'.tii. ! !n tv.i'-'ii on" mnn ami f Mii'i', ri. was coiitirni-' l by the b' ' i : u onb s.i : a t iote-d by tfie presence ; i 'Hav? e not road litat lie v b- r.i.: :' th- m at the b.: i: i n ai rit? made mil - ;ni'! bm.i:.' 'A'hat th.-re-f ' ;. 1 b.ob ji in- 1 to. ite r, let no 1 ir . r::i:-r.' H i? thus that i "..'id a;j. to tie- I.-' ord and rea .. . in th? l;;;h' ' f t-e: original enact ti " ' T: irl'y. tbo fundamentr,i law ct r-.i ' : ; :. 'Aiirh is Ihat a man shall !, ',- bis father and mother, and shall bc- T" his w if''', and Thr twain shall .... ii,.v'n. is of Hod. i. to -I setteth the iy in ! 'minis.' n-i dir-cts them ) ", '..y M.H'.l live. Tiiis: has always !. o bb v. i ;..,). thrmiKh th" aces, has t " ki.o" i ,.tid b id with tin- family as : b. : ' a- i a-t :t a: ion l f tin ten I,-' i'..i!i ::ii;'i. tlie i equircnu 'its of ' ' ii n are m-a'ai aul th -r'-fore Jier j' biai, tft tb'tn is lot'o i d expressly for b" f.im;!-', 'p.. v n ,. .mains a strik- ;' :j ipM.itC" of Oofs pl' )ou,.,l ileaiinss v :'!, fam.b s. and tic f'-ui'h enjoins '"!. p,.:':;'s ii',-?rlu:y of dne.'t aiifau t ,i t 1 1 a r ; V - I'iiious supi rviion .if the :b::hbv. did has fciven ninny crreat : '. ; : ims ja- n::seS unto the hous" : - :' t'ni in tin it fear Him au l keep Ho i - - -1 . a i , 1 in at s. ( 'h i Id r.-n a re to be 1 m in 1 lie nurture and iniiiii.ni- t.or i : th" lead 'that "-'.:r days may : u : ib: ' i i . d :lii the da ys of yourohil- C''l as I!'" ibiS Oi" h,e:i-en Upon the . aili ' si',a b, .at" some of the strong and t ', 'boi n o'i',',s to which (od atipi?als I. M' - beats to p isnade pstrf lit 8 tO (hi th. ! bit;.- a !! s". s it. ' S;x:!.:' the inT.-iity and iiroperity cf til" b'.auiy. as a r.iieious i ust' t ut i on, e'lV'.avs .'., id. iiii l a. 'company the in vibm ..;' true r.-heion in riny cotn ;r'i;'"v ''be ins', rv cf Scotland and i t . f pa-'!. v ii.iris of our o'n land f ..'-'. mar.'-" sttikiue. illust l ati.jns of 'b,s -f,t'm.nt. le.d bhss.-s lh" people bo ai-' 'p-.r-'-l -,sitir bright, happy r-):- : '.s hones. .Vet i.rly so but. on the '': :' hand. v. hen 'th-' love of money' ..: : : b- pi i h- of :::'' h-.in to pain 'he t1 .' l ie. - a:, i lo (iie'n'i.i true piiet-, t:o- brst inroads aie made- upear th" a ,:v 1 ast : t ut io'i. it heedns later in i: ' is b s freijuinl, and more corrupted v-.'h tb.- hixurhs and frivolities of A'1, of v.hi.h show s the family to be r .'!;;.'' and tilitiious institution. The i'. t i :ob'"-i'iou that the purity and i" ub bre i tmilv are so vitally ."I'l. 't' i with the w.lfare of the state " t :i" si.ii' i iuin.il endure unless the l-iiby 1" ma i nt a had I . Us orif.inal de fae'ii .ibd i.iniiv. resis. hrsf, upon tha" ff" .. t t.b it 'I." sbi'o' i nnni't exist without r . : ' ' i M-ie I nil.' ..r mi'it a rv force t id a p. op'" tou-'her for a while, 1 at in otd-r to have any real perma ? a. y i f mvi'inr-m or public iustitu t. as. Tip- aji 'ib must be made to con ' .-a... S-eiaaiU.. th tatM is si'aply i . rbai-e, . fambv. -ne coniposed of : ''V faaaii-s. Take iiwuy or weaken '' a.iniin.bii!; b'liiaib ami yon destroy ' ap. rstru. t tire. Teirdiy. so lone as aa. i-.;,t llemaus w, r ail true to the x - t '"ti at th- ma'-iiaer ai'ar. the ' .lion ' r,-p, re i, hat uh.-n these v ws b. am,.. li.fhtly ' si' i'iibil and .31- vi Li I A Perfect Polish at last! GORHAM Silver Polish The very perfecrion of a polish Cleans as well as brightens AM responsible jcweier keep it 's cents package while its it est vorccs wore of daily occurrence, the na tion weakened and went down. France hail nearly the same sad experience. Iti.ehteousness establishes a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people. Fourth ly, as the family and the family altar go, so go the church and the state. You cannot keep the stream pure if the fountain be corrupt. To save and per petuate the church and state, we must, therefore, save and perpetuate the family and the family altar. "This is the great work which the Protestant Episcopal church has inaugu rated and to the complete execution of which it now calls many other denomi nations. The call is accentuated, first, by the crying need of the hour, tmme thinp must he done and done quickly, or all wi'd be lost; and secondly, by the fact that there must be a strous united action on the part of all lovers of church and state in order to get the best results. 'The state is imperiled, the family is threatened, and the church is putting: its seal and giving its sanction to unrighteous relationships.' It is thus that the committee expresses its views of the situation. "'the "hi:reh at Jesus Christ is at fault. She is a pi irov.ntr that which is wrong. It was tiie conclusiveness of this fact as .-ei forth he the committer that led the as semble at 1-cs Angeles to 'enjoin all min isters" under its care and authority to re tuse to p. rfoian the marriage cerena ay in the tiisis ol divorced persons, except as such pet sons have been divorced upon grounds and f"- causes recognized as Scriptural in the standards of the Presby terian church in the 1'iiited Slates ot America. ' Nothing to our mind could pos sible sfiow tlii,' gravity cf the wintalicn mere than this s..bmn injunction coming Mom saol'i an, intelligent and deliiierua body as our own general assembly. The g.-i'.eral eor.venMoii i f the I'r.it.staut l.pis copal church lias formulated it convic tion l.v tintaiiv.iv affirming that 'No mi'i isbr kuowiaglv utter due mipiiry. shall solemnize the marriage cf anv person who has a divorced husband or wife si ill a .' mc. if such husband cr wife has b"en pat av.av for anv cause arising after mar riag.'e hut this canon shall nut be held to unpiv to tile ir.nuccnl part. hi a divorce for th" cause of adultery, or t parties once .livori' d seeking to be united again.' "While an effort is thus b, mg made hy tfS'bition and inUmctiou to tone up the niuastrv to a full coiifciousn. ss of tnnr duty and resnensibilitv in this important .natter, tit tlie same time an effort is He ine n ,-ole do correct the evils ot lax leg islation ree.ar.ting the sub.jecbs of dtvcr.e and remarriage, anil to see ire some uni formity of i'-gislation ther.a u as may best i rem ote the puriiv of society.' "H.-re is undoubtedlv the ereatest need .load Christian? will lie governed by the Word of f'eid. but for the majority ot peo ple another law is needed. The divcee i"W enacted hi manv states entirely ots r. ai-r. i tiie saeredness of marriage. This is a culpable mistake, an insult to (led ami lo the dignitv of our ruce as well as a iniraee to (food order and decency. Onr 1. gisbitors. like our ministers, need to ae tared up on this important matter. "Then there must be uniformity m the dieorce laws of the different states. More end more is this need being recogniz-d. Vie are many states, but one nation. Jt is the ration's pence and prosperity that -mould move us to thi. We can not as a' ration b" h' althy and strong so hnf ! even on.- state disregards the law ot bod and th" test ill' crests of the race. ' -'To accomplish these d.-ealy needed reforms- to secure better divorce laws and 1 iv, ihem uniform throughout the nation, ami thus make brighter and better homes. ,,,.,'. r and hapni'T lives, is what the i liureh of Je-ns Christ is just now seeking ta bring about and will some day accom plish." " HE D I . FENDslLRGlSL A T I' K E W. Eolinger Thinks It Did the Bight Thing-. To the Kbitor of the State Journal. P.v permission I want a little space in your paper. 1 have failed so far to see anv published defense of Governor Ilniley or ins legislature. As I under stand the cull for a special session wis not tor the purpose of making a public donation, but was simply to place the ( ities and counties in a position to help themselves. At tust glance the terrible calamity we had just passed through appeared greater than it will later on. Ibspet daily so to us, here in the very midst of it. Kansas has again and again gone through as grat difliculti.'S without special legislative aid and can undoubtedly do so now. The people of the Kansas river valley are nn more entitled to state relief than citizens of any other part of the stat". There are n. earring continual failures of crops, drouths and storms in different sections and if the giving of help by the state w as one-e begun, no .ane . ould tell where it would he possible to stop. Give the people a little time and tin opportunity lo work and you will see them come through all light in spite of the criti' isms of those outside and a few here who hoped for personal assist an v. W. T.OI.IX' .i:it. ( 01 SIN OF MISS TAUCELL. North Topeka Man Relative cf tho j Author. I Geo. W. Tarbell. P.. D.-Nn. i. North i Topeka, is a cousin of Ida M. Tarbell. I author of the "Life of Lincoln" which i was I ublishe.i in MeClure's Magaiin--orne time ago, and also the writer of the articles on the Standard Oil com pany now running in that iiineuziiic. Mr. Tarbc'l's tath-'r and Miss Tor . la ll's fa!h"i- were brothers. The broth els lived in the T er.r.syl ,'anbt oil re io:is w h' tt oil w as !'i st dha-ca'are 1 there. But Mr. Tarbeli's father, whiv dieel several years agt, came to Kansas in 1 ST 1 and so missed the stirring events of the early seventies, so inter estingly describ. d by Miss Tarbell. The entire stock of Pants made by the Topeka Woolen Mills, Oakland, at almost Half Price not dam agedall new, fresh goods. "Sunflower" and 4 'Southdown" Pants are the only brands this mill weaves and makes, and are sold everywhere at $3.5 and S3 and no less this purchase makes it possible for you they last Patronize home industry own pants right here in Topeka with most 200 Topeka -jl ins is tne goous we are pieaseci to oner you. ivery THREE TIMES FULL Christian Science Pilgrims Take Turns Entering Church. Boston, June 29. The streets of the fashionable Back Bay district were early thronged with Christian Scientists Sunday nmvnincr on their way to Me chanics' hall to attend the annual com munion. This building-, with a seating1 capacity of 5.000, was taxed to its ut most three separate times as one after another the congregations filed out af ter the services and gave place to those waiting to get in. Professor Hering presided and the music was under the direction of Mr. "William S. Conant, the organist of the church. Solos were rendered at each meeting by Miss i-Jlla Marshall, former ly of Cincinnati. The singing of the hymns by the congregations was im pressive The services of forty ushers were, required to look after the vast as sembly. The hall was decorated with blooming plants and with flags and bunting. The usual message from the pastor emeritus, the Rev. Mary Baker I'lddy having been omitted on this occasion, a dispatch from Mrs. Kddy wai": received announcing that the members of the church are invited to visit Pleasant View-, the home of Mrs. Kddy in Con cord, N. H., today. The great numbur that will accept this invitation will tax the railroads to handle them success- I fully. Many thousands of the Scientists will make th pilgrimage and already numerous special trains have been char tered. It is estimated that about 18.000 mem bers of the denomination have come here to attend the services and the Me chanics' building which covers several acres is entirely devoted in a business way to the accommodation of the vis itors. Admission to the mother church, which is situat.d only a short distance from Mechanics' hall, was reserved to members and will be during the week. The communion services, however, were of a public character. The subj.ct of the lesson sermon. "Love One neither," was selected for the econ-bm by Mrs. Kddy. The words of lie h-sson eloquently urged upon each one the necessity- of making Ihe golden rule the rule of conduct in daily nf The lesson corresponded in form w-ith the usual service followed in j Christian Science churches, namely, al- 1 ternate references from the Bible and the Christian Science txt book. Science and H"iith. With Key to t.v. Scriptures." hy Mrs. Mary f.ake-r Kddy The communion which followed th reading of the lesson consisted of a , short period of silence during which tht entire congregation remained kneeling, j after which the Lord's prayer followed in unison. Cadets Are Officered. j The cadets at the State Agricultural ; college have reorganized and as is ens trimiirv. the president of the eoliesje h is certified the names of th" t ewly elect'"! ; r'Tjoers tn the gr vernor for the ptirp ise of having commissions issued to them. The n-w- officers are as follows: ; Captains Albert M.Nash. Manhattan; j O P. Drake, Frankfort; Tt. F. Bourne, j Delphos; A. H. Sanderson, Marysville; j - 1 u. - '.r?i fry I M - te f fY '; I! -Jl i ff A h . " ' , . I I i I i - - , -' ? ? M . - I f r " tf . ; 4 W4 The Southwest's Mightiest Trouser Sale -The Best Grades of All-woo! Trousers Sold at the Price of the Cheapest - See For Yourself. IS, W The Topeka Woolen Mills is a ricVerne Corbin, Oxford; A. I... Halisted, Havana. First lieutenants James H. "Whipple, Olivet; V.'. O. Gray, Galena; T. K. Thai. Lea venwort: ; .F. C. Komig, Man hattan. Second lieutenants K. C Gardner, Ilomewood; T. L. Kittrnan, Hammond; G. 1-;. Kdgorton, Manhattan: W. J3. Whipple. Olivet; r. M. Biddisnn. Man hattan; J- C. Savage, Manhattan. RECEIVED STOLEN MONEY. 520 Per Cent. Miller's Partner Sen tenced to Prison. New York. June 20. Itobert A. Am nion, attorney f.nr "William K. Miller of the Franklin syndicate, was today sen tenced to an indeterminate term in state's prison of not less than four, nor more titan four and a half years. The maximum penalty for this offense is hve years. Ammon was convicted of having received stolen mom y from Miller. The specific charge on which Arnmon was eonvieed was that he received -faO,-F.oti of the money obtained by th Frank lin "f20" per cent syndicate. Miller is now sewing a 10 year sentence and was the chief witness at the trial. District Atiorney Jerome, it is understood, will take steps to secure a pardon for Mil ler, as he is said to be .lying of eon sumption. Amnion's attorney moved f-.r a new trial, giving seven reasons for such a motion. He also moved for an arrest of .iu'lgment. Both motions were denied by Judge New-burg-. The sheriff's committment on motion of the defendant's counsel was withheld until tomorrow to allow an ap plication to a supreme court justice for a certificate of reasonable doubt. He Elame3 It on a Woman. Governor Bailey on Saturday issued a parole to Walter Fore, a stale's prison convict, who was sent tip last December to serve a year for erand larceny. Fore was in love with a young woman of rather frisky cosp.'sition. ami to satisfy her demands for money, he stole and sold a cow. His parole wrs recommend ed by the judge, prosecuting attorney and other prominent people in Saline count:'. "I iiPfd Cascnrfts nd fe like a t w mnn. I have beMi a sufT'Tcr from dyspepsia and sour stomach for the last two years. I huve b-en taking nn'.'.i C3n of hr drills, bnt fouM Unit rp" riiof only for a nnrt tim". I wiil r.-conimen'! :istTirts to mv friPnUR hs tn oniy thii.p for iniUerion and pour sti'Tnach and tv kcp thr bowels, in gyod con dition, lhty ar v-ry ni'-c teat." Harry EiLiiLkluy. Manch Chunk, Pa. Best For The Bowels - Ss? CANDY CATftAHTIC Plfasarjt. Palatable. Potent.. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken, Vaken or ripe. K)c. '1-v. f.Oc. Never sold in bulk. The Eemnnf tul'tet Ktuini.cd C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 599 ANNUAL SALE, TEU f.V.LLISH BOXES Si - vv q a S 1 4 M Toneka institution It buvs work people Its goods are pair periect every pair a SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS. P.OWEKSOX. The rain water tumbled in torrents. And washed out his mill-dam at Lawrence. He said: "'Though 1-erett, I've a dam-site yet left." Which language occasioned abhorrence. -GENE WARE. Senator J. Ti. Burton left Sunday for the ta;-:t. A good place to spend a vacation is in the harvest field. The Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas are to have a "day" at the St. Louis exposition. Eailiff John Coyne of the district court has already sold his entire notato croo j for delivery in August. 1 he mewood line has been ballasted from the city limits to the park and is as smooth as any railroad. The Topeka Business college baseball team defeated the asylum team Satur day afternoon by a score of 7 to 3. "Cider" Smith has announced that there will be no rain on July 4. Go ahead and buy punk and crackers. The Santa Fe ticket auditing depart ment baseball team defeated the Oak land Blues Saturday afternoon by a scire 4 to 3. The steel viaduct of the Vinewood compaay over the Santa Fe and Mis souri Pacific tracks is nearing comple tion. It is 125 feet iong. The Santa Fe Reds defeated the Y. M. C. A. baseball team in the most ex citing eleven inning game of the season Saturday. The score was 2 to 1. Next Saturday is the day that the family dog crawls under the porch, and the next day you have to ch an l td paper and wads out of the grass. Senator Chester I. Long has gone to Oyster Bay for a consultation with President Roosevelt concerning the ap pointment of Judge Hook's successor. Supt. Kelley of the- Vinewood com pany has completed the walks in th? park, but most .of the other inmrov moms will have to await until after JuL- 4. W. C. Ralston of Topeka has been elected by the alumni association of Park college to serve as its representa tive upon the board of trustees of the college. Burton H. Pugh is lucky. He has 13a acres of potatoes in the Kansas river bottom which were not touched by the j high water and will yield a record breaking crop. Th.'re is one "silver tongued oratorv in Topeka. who positively refuses to en ter into competitiem with fire crackers at Fourth of July celebrations, so lie declines ail invitatious. Owing to the floods, it is probable that the watermelon crwp in Kansas will he short this year. Most .'f the melons are raised in the bottom lands where the floods were worst. The Nine Bees and the Unions, the two colored baseball teams, will "cross bats," as George Ade would say, next Thursday afternoon if the Washburn diamond is out of water. T. B. Gerow. state agent of the free employment, bureau, has received from Oltawa a request for 200 harvest hands at once. The wages are from S3 to $2.b0 for men, and $3. .10 to $4.50 for teams. Otis Hungate will orate at Oskaloos--. July 4, and A. AY. Dfina and C. 1. Welch will speak at Wakarusa. Th"re is no political campaign under way, and their efforts are purely patriotic. L. G. Carpenter, state engineer of Colorado, is working in the vicinity of Wichita, taking levels of the Arkansas river for the purpose of using them in the evidence to be submitted in tiie Kansas-Colorado water suit. Paul Gilmore, who was seen in To peka. last season in "The Tyranny o. Tears." will piny next season in "The Mummy and the Hummingbird." Boiii of these ulays have been successfully given in England by the English acbor. Sir Charles Wyndham. Fishing is good in the streams about Topeka. A great many fish of good size were left by the flood in the creeks over the state and. for the time being, the disciples of Walton are aide ) make a showing for the time spent over hook and line. The emergency board nf health, hav ing finished the work for which it was created, will probably disband at to night's meeting. North Topeka has been irotten into as good a sanitary condition as could be expected and can be taken care of by the regularly institute. 1 health authorities. The usual number of new inventions j for the celebration of the Glorious j Fourth have been turned out this pet i son and are already being experimented with by the small boy. The police de I pan mint will have to hi inn out and I polish up the city ordinance in regard i to premature celebration. I Startling if true A new rail was un i loaded on Kansas avenue between Sev ! enth and Eighth streets this morning close to the city railway track. Jt was rumored that the rail would replace a streak of rust but this report could not be verified as the board of directors of i th? road will not meet for several : months. ! City Attorney Spencer is looking over ' a pionosed ordinance to create a board of plumbers' examiners under the n"w ; plumbers' law. F. P. Kdson drew up 1 the ordinance which is favored by tho .plumbing establishments of Topeka. It I will require everv plumber to be exam- ined and w ill require every piece of its own wool It weaves its own cloth Tt mnmifaff-nrp? renowned for sterling wearing Doost lor lopeka enterprise. In whatever direction the Colorado tourist may choose by rail, if he go to tlie mount ains his journey is a succession of elorious scenery, varying in the characteristics of placid beauty, grotesque ruggedness, and awe-inspiring grandeur. Up the canons are stupendous zi alls rising f erf rruiicula.r!v or gradually sloping back tozt ard greater iii.'s, or, et 5 li again, leaning J'or chasm, as if threat' bling dozen project hang suspended over smoothly by a pan and grandeur such Sockv Mountains. y 4 To enable people to reach these scenes the UNION PACIFIC hs put in effect very low rates and .splendid train service from the Missouri River to Denver. Accommodations are provided for all classes of passengers. Full Information Ctif-kr? A. LEWIS. C. T. A., 625 Kansas Ave., 'Phone 53. Psssanger Service Exclusively 5TEAM5H1P aV fXUUiUJL' . .',- . . '. - . .-V.' . , ; H At APJr TlATI n tt n l t z . it i, . rr North Topeka people who had their valuables in a safe deposit box knew they were all right. We have a few more to rent at $3.00 a year. The State Savings Bank, No. 620 Kansas Ave. work to be iriFpeetetf. An inspector in to be maintained upon the fees chargr-d for inspection. A Kansas City paper says: "Alonzri .T. Jiulins. hoari bell boy ut the JIMlua 1 hotel, p obably is the mopt ambitious young1 in'fjro in Kansas "it y. All hou''n only 'S-i years oi' Tlolinff has -worked his way throutrh the Kansas City. Ka?., anfl Topeka hih schools and th-.; Kaiu sas State XormaJ se)iool at Kimria. lie is now prepnririK1 to enter the uni versity at Ann Arbor, Mich., and work his way through literature and Vine, arts depart ments. lie expects to enter the university in September." WESLEY'S BIRTHDAY. Two Hundredth Annirersar y Is Beins Celebrated. ISoston, June A two days' celebra tion of the L'euth anniversary of th-r birth of John Wesley by the Method." of the Xew Knehmd conference was begun today. In pt.parintr for- the event the conference committee planned to make the meefin.Ks sisnilicant by brins. inr toe-ether representotives of tho three branches of the M. ihodist chure'n in Xnt til Am. ricii. mchiditiM' those (,r the Zvlethodist Kpiseopul church stjutai and the Methodist church in Canada. The efforts of the committee were suc cessful, and Kishop Charles H. Fowler, of Buffalo, of the north: K'shop Kuen li. flendi ix. of Kansas City, of tht south, and Rev. A. Carman, from fan. ad-r. were amino; the leading speaker. The f,-i.ii. r;ii :u'.e.ri-amime of the hvn da; s includes tributes to Wesley from i-t-pr'-s-.-nta lives if other denomination at the oienin.r sessiem, and at other niea'iiifts addresses by Key. Mr. Car man of Canada, I'.ishop Hendrix, Itev Gcorg-e Jackson of Kdinburgh, S;-ot-lan I. iiev. W. F. Mailulieux, resident bishop of Xew Kngland, and I'.ishop F.ra'tei'. Americans Won a Prize. Kiel. June 29. The T'nited States 'T't. i s' r Chioasa.'s sa.ilincr ctitter, entered by Midshipman Stephen C. Rowan, lo de.y won Princess Henry's prize for warship cutters, in comiK-t ition with the cutters of the German shins Freya Hohenzollern. Fraunloeb, Ardean, Glitz, and liagen. Mil A vWW PAIR qualities throughout the i H w w I I i 1 I i Hard above the ening to come turn ing great rocks that the train as it glides orama of zt-onders as belong only to the V -i -I ' - PlCTOR''" i-llv I'i T;HF.nov AFFMCATIOK TO J. C. FULTON, Depot Agent. ' 'Pnons 31 plrnewM?f who rt-irea to tiotfe b fort at rr.od-ratfi ret t For those 5klnK. Health in the balmy W For the Business Man to build np his t Thrpe eailincr! ench wppk htwaa Chicazo. Krfinkfort. Chsrlcvnlr Petoskey, Harbor 5prings end f 1'im.Kinac iMana, con nT TOt y. JOS. B2R0LZHE1M Chicago. O. P. A., Sl'ES FOR LOSS OF A HU NK 1 Leavenworth. i,ioutecant Tires After I Eleven Months' Wait. Leavenworth. Kan.. June ".9 Ru .,!; -: Smyser, st. op.rl lieutenant. Fourte-r fM i oaah'y, a student at the general -r- vice and staff college at Fort I"a'.fri jwoith has waited for almi-'l a yar frr la trunk tontainins his uniforms ar. 1 ; equipment to arrive from Fort b.ei-, : Col. The offieer-s t,;. t i... re sir 1. worn out and he has. throng-h ATfrr.ey .!. C. 1'etherbrirlae. tiled suit. atrt t. e Missouri Pacific railway f. r XvT.".. th amount the contents cf th- trunk r-t the officer. On Ausrust 27, lir.2. Lieutenant Smy ser start-, from Fort I.e-tar,. ' !. t) -ome to Foit Leavenworth to bnii a student in the genera! ser."b and rz.iti college. Jim sent via the Missouri Pa cific several b"Xes of thinifs and r,:u trunk. lie arrived at the post and h.a boxes of stuff also did. but the trur: failed tej arrive and all trace cf it wa lost. A uniform Is Eorri.'hinff very es sential for an army orhcer to have. t.. say nothiiig of a saber and other ar ticles which go toward makir.ir up ar oflicer's outfit, but up to date trie trjr.i is stiii missing-. SECRETARY GEER LEAVES. Ho Takes Charge of Montreal T. X. C. A. August 1. Coffeyville, Kan., June lb. It is wi'.Jj the deepest regret that the resignation of Mr. Frank I Geer. secretaiy of tne Rtiilroad Y. M. C. A., is annoure ri. u-. i Goer w ill leave Auitust 1 for Montreal, ! Cana.la, w here he has been chosen sec ; r taiy of the Y. M. C. A. of that city, i Mr. Geer has been secretary of tb ! Coffeyville association ever smoe its or ganization, a year agio last February. Iuiring that time he has endeared him self to the hearts cf the Coffeyville citi zens as well as to the members ct the association and all railroad men. Via Chicago Great Weatera Rail-way. $15 Kansas City to St. Taut and Min neapolis and return. Jl-.i to Duluth. Su perior and Ashland. S13 to M Edison Iji k, Vaterville, Karibauit and otner Minne sota resorts. Tickets on sale dailji n September ,10th. Good to return October 31st. For further information aprly p anv Great Western atrent. or J. P. Ki mer, G. F. A., Chicago. 1U. I 7 v