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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL. MONDAY NIGHT.
9 1AT THE BIG m m all kinds 61x284 Smyrna rugs place bright colors Prints, all colors limit 12 yards. Men's 50c fancy suspenders Boys' $1. 75 dress shoes Ladies' 10c handkerchiefs. , I Topeka Cash III ' Isople sending Items to this department of The State Journal will confer a favor by giving the full first name or two Initials, with all proper names. Items must be accompanied by the name and published. Mrs. Joseph C. Wilson will send out Invitations soon for a debut reception at Steinberg's Tuesday evening, De cember 12. for her daughter. Miss Dorothy Wilson, with dancing after 10 o'clock. Miss Wilson, who is Mrs. Wilson's fourth daughter, was gradu ated in June from the College of the Sisters of Bethany and spent the sum mer in the Uity of Mexico nh her sister, Mrs. ("laud Marsh BuTTin, from where she returned in October. She is one of the prettiest and most charm- easuu s aeouiames ana ner oduction to society is an -ommon interest. formal event o: Leavenworth will give a large Thanks giving dinner in honor of their baby eon. Elmer William Snyder, second, whose christening will take place at 12 o'clock. The Kev. Dr. Dobbins of the First Presbyterian church of St. Joseph, who married Baby Snyder's parents and christened his mother, will be the officiating clergyman. The Invitations are limited to relatives, among them Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Snyder and lr. and Mrs. George W. Snyder of Topeka. Miss t ern Bunker is giving an after poon card party today at her home in Potwin for Miss Pearl Burdge whose lance cem- her A new card club recently organized Includes the following members: Miss Mary Morton. Miss Kmily Hagar, Miss Mollie Magill, Miss Lottie Kelly. Miss Theo Jewell, Miss Alice Fuller. Miss Marcia Williams. Miss Emma Gordon. Miss Jessie Stewart. Miss Lillian Han sen and Mrs. Harold Cartlidge. At a special meeting of the Unity r . Frlda" evening Dr. Wilcox, head of the Greek department of the State university, gave a very delightful and! instructive lalk on the "Progress of! Greek Drama." presenting his sub-! Jeet so vividly that his hearers felt! that for one evening at least they had ! hobnobbed with the old Greek' dramatists. Besides the memher of1 the club some friends of Dr. Wilcox and others especially interested in Greek literature were present. The guests, besides Dr. and Mrs. Wilcox, t an(J 'rs- Ij- D- Whittemore, m SS il-Ura Fwln?:- Miss Iris Andrews, . s- "ird- iIrs- T. F. Doran, f an1 Mrs. Clark of Washburn col lege and Dr. David Nichol. Notes and Personal Mention. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hovey and Mrs. W A. Dunnger of Fort Worth. Texas, are expected Wednesday to be Thanks giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Low. Mr. and Mrs. Low will give a 'imily dinner party Thursday. The house party which Mrs. David L. Lakin has been entertaining for the Lakin-Pullman wedding1 broke up yes terday and the last guests. Mrs. Joseph Pullman of Brooklyn, and Miss Theo dora Pchwarz of Chicago, left this afternoon. The Misses Kohlsaat left yesterday for their home In Chicago and Dr. Jay Pullman for Brooklvn. Mr. Clarence Lakin of St. Louis left thlM morning. Mrs. Charles C. Parsons 5 SALE 50c and $1. 00 dress shirts, ACa for this Big 5 Sale flJU This is a rare opportunity to buy 4 good shirts for the price of one all kinds of styles and colors. Fancy Shears, 25c Hierh grade line of sample shears goods valued at $1.00 and $1.50 fancy polished gold handles QC uuv worth 11.50 any 89c 3c 25c $1.45 5c Dry Goods Co. and Miss Alice Parsons of Chanute will leave tomorrow, the former for Kan sas City to spend a few days and the latter for her home, accompanied by Miss Mary Meade. They have been guests of the J. M. Meade family. Mrs. Hudson of Fredonia. who is the guest of Mrs. Meade, will return home Wed nesday. Her daughter, Miss Hazel Hudson, who is a student at K. U went back to Lawrence yesterday. Mrs. F. H. Yewell of WaKeeney, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Clevenger, has returned home. Miss Emma Kelly has returned from her ranch in North Dakota and is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly. Lieutenant Ralph Glass of Fort Leavenworth will be Topeka for the Helianthus dance Friday night. Mrs. Coston has come from Fort Scott to spend the winter with Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Coston. Mrs. Harry G. Larimer is expected home Wednesday from visits to Mays ville, Ky., and Chicago. Mr. P. M. Williams of Bennington will be a Thanksgiving guest of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hawkins. Mr. Alfred T. Coston of Nome, Alaska, who is a student at K. U., will be up from Lawrence to spend Thanksgiving with Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Coston. Mrs. J. D. Corbet went to Valley Falls Saturday for a short visit. Mrs. W. L. Taylor will go to Kirks ville. Mo., next week for a visit of about ten days. Mrs. Auerbach of Kansas City, who has ben visiting her son. Mr. H. A. Auerbach. went to St. Joseph this morning for a visit. Mrs. J. T. Robb is the guest of Mrs. w. ts. Henry in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Smith of Utica, New York, are visiting Mr. H. B. Smith and family. 12 30 Clay street. Miss Anna Tillson, .125 Tyler street, j will spend Thanksgiving with her sister. Mrs. Albert M. Page in Chicago. Mr. L. L. Collins returned home to day from Indian territory, where he has been for a fortnight. The Taka Hasha Embroidery club I will meet with Mrs. Herron, 935 Madi son street. Tuesday at 2 o'clock. See the line of street hats, for one half price at Pickens", Ladies' Hatters, 807 Kansas avenue. Engraved visiting cards and invita tions. Correct forms. Adams Bros. SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS' RATES. Via Rock Island. On December 5th and 19th, Rock Island agents will sell you tickets to points In Arkansas, Okla homa, Indian Territory, Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas at 7 5 per cent of the one wav rate for the round trip with minimum of $10.00. Tickets will be limited for return 21 days from date of sale. A. M. FULLER, C. P. A., Topeka, Kan. Special Low Homeseekers' Rate Via Santa Fe. On the first and third Tuesdays of eacn momn uuui ucv;einuer bi, 1905 the Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets to points in Missouri. Arkansas Oklahoma. Indian Territory, Louis iana. New Mexico and Texas, at th rate of 75 per cent of the one way fare, minimum 10, limit 21 days from date of sale. T. L. KING. C. P. & T. A., Tvineka. Kansas-Missouri Football. Kansas City. Thanksgiving Day, $2.70 for the round trip, via Rock Island. Tickets on sale Nov. 29 and 30, return limit Dec. 4th. Notice. Effective Nov. 26th. See time table, payu , waay s eiate journal. ORDERED TO DIE. Suicide Postponed Because Funeral Money Was All Spent. Paris, Nov. 27. A mechanic named NQgues left his home in the Rue d'Al lemagne for Rennes, where he had business to transact. His wife and two daughters, aged 16 and 17, were left in Paris. He had scarcely arrived at Rennes when he received an amaz ing letter from his wife, accusing him of an unspeakable crime. Nogues did not quite understand what charge was made against him. He replied to his wife, however, that he would willingly commit suicide if she would first send her photograph and those of his two daughters, so that he might kiss them for the last time. He also requested her to send him some money to cover the expenses of his funeral. The wife sent her brother to Rennes with J100. When he reached Rennes it took him but little time to find No gues. A few minutes after the meet ing Nogues sent a telegram to Mme. Nogues to the effect that "all was over." After dispatching this message it occurred to them that they might have another good dinner before he killed himself. The dinner was, of course, paid out of the funeral ex penses. Nogues then bethought him self that it would be more convenient if he shot himself on the grave of his parents at Monfort. Thither No gues and his brother-in-law hied. But when they arrived at Monfort they re membered that they had a relative who was a cure there. It would never do to create a scandal, so they returned to Paris, having spent all the funeral money. When Mme. Nogues saw her husband, whom she believed had been dead a week, and when she was told that all the funeral money was gone, she became very angry, and rushed off to the Palais de Justice, and made the serious charge referred to. It will be investigated by a magistrate. LATEST IN CYCLING. The "Cyclopede" for Women Is Prov lug Popular in England. London, Nov. 27. The latest fashion in cycling is a "cyclopede" for women. This singular machine is on view at the Stanley Show, and is expected to prove highly popular. This takes us back to the days of the Regency, when the "first gentleman of Europe" bland ly squandered millions at Brighton, and his friends amused themselves by "hobby-horsing" along the front. The "cyclopede," indeed, is exactly the old "hobby-horse" with improvements. True, it is fitted with pneumatic tires, springs and ball-bearings, and is a featherweight compared with the hid eous combination of wood and iron on which our great-grandfathers disport ed. But the main "hobby-horse" fea tures are retained. There are no ned- als, the machine being propelled either oy tnrusnng tne feet against the ground, or by "punt-poling" with a walking stick or alpenstock. The seat is very low, so that the most clumsy rider can hardly fall off. and of course. barely any instruction is required. You can get up quite a fair speed on the machine ten miles an hour being the limit. Some say that the new machine will give more vigorous and healthy exercise than the ordinary bicycle af fords; another thing in its favor is that elderly women may be attracted bv its absolute safety. The first lady's ma chine has been built for a distinguished customer, and has a chance of becom ing quite the rage. The chief obstacle is ridicule. Women have the art of looking graceful under the most un compromising circumstances, but ten miles an hour on a cyclopede will be rather a severe test on their patience when one reflects that the bicvele is so much speedier. HID IN A COFFIN. Novel Way Adopted for Escaping the umcrrs or tne Law. London, November 27. In connection with a charge of fraud against a man committed for trial at Westham Po lice court two curious tales are re ported by the police. On one occasion when "wanted" he was understood to be at an undertaker's shop at Rom ford Road, Manor Park. The officers of the court went there to secure his body, but he could not be found, though the place was thoroughly searched. On trestles in the shop was a coffin, in which lay a body, and in FANCY BLOUSE OF There is a fitted lining to this blouse, so that the fullness is held per manently in place, in accordance with the later dictates of fashion. A firm lawn lining, well featherboned, will withstand the assaults of the laun dry better than any other kind. The outer material is one of the many wash able cotton materials for winter wear with maltese insertion in white. A V-shaped chemisette and the collar are of the silk and lace, and to this V piece the blouse is applied in hand-run tucks, with banding of the lace on the shoulders. The back merely has some tucks grouped parallel with the fastening, the fullness pleated in under the tucks, so that it sets smoothly. The sleeve is a full puff halfway to the wrist, where it is met with a tight, lace trimmed cuff. Buttons and buttonholes adjust the cuff to the arm. 9SCNGEM FOB WANTS WAN AND MISCELLAI ADS. ne Dime re want advertise ments than any other Topek newspaper. thouzn the cos is alsout the same the results from these -want advertisements re much l8eJ; tnl3 Decays -., hs more reauers in Topeka than all Other daily newspapers combined. ioviorAnev?r Advertisements signed In ears of Stats Journal, such as "Address A. B. C, care State Journal." or "Address Owner, care State Journal," should be answered m writing onlx. Write your answer and man tt caie State Journal or leave It ft the Stat Journal off is. Do not ask t&e clerks in the State Journal office to give you the name of the advertiser; they can not give tins information. Advs. Not Accepted Over Phone. The State Journal does not accept want advertisements over the. telephone nor does it make charge accounts of them. The most satisfactory plan Is to bring your want advertisements to tne btate Journal office. If you can not do this, call the Western Union telegraph office, either 'phone 61. and tell them that Jou have an aovertisement for the Stote ourml. They will send an A. D. T. boy to your house. You pay the boy for the advertisement, the State Journal pays for his services In bringing it down town. Cost of classified advertisements is 6c per line. Six orninary words make or.e Una OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. JONATHAN D.ORTONISaTcANDI Cate for sheriff of Shawnee county, sub ject to the Republican primaries. CARL LAWSON. ONE OF THE MOST experienced officers In Topeka, an nounces his candidacy" for sheriff, sub Ject to the Republican' primary. the presence of the officers, this was screwed up and takes, away, as was supposed, to a public mortuary. A day or so later it was discovered that the supposed dead man in. the coffin was none other than the person wanted. his friends having adopted this way of preventing nis arrest. On another oc casion, after a Judgment was to be served, a -woman at the house- in which the man lived said he was very ill, and could not be seen. When the of ficers next called the blinds were down and they were told that he had died that moraing. Then came a coffin, and the "body" was again removed. After each occasion the Individual started business in another part of London. Are Xon Interested In a Fast Growine Country? The Chicago & Northwestern Rail way eompany.wiU THfysh reliable la. way eompany uu iiisjssiPn reliable in formation regarding many desirable locations in the west and northwest on its lines for. industrial, establishments. J l.J . . , - , uujcis lumber dealers, orick yar3s and other excencin u no -i uyvtuiuues. cv.il information mv'i rr - x uii . vneiiy lands in this fertile territory All the particulars aesireu uy luospev-tive set tlers are promptly furnished upon ap plication to agents of the Northwestern Line, or to W. B. Kniskern, Passenger Traffic Manager. Cnirno-- Foothiill. Kansas vs. Missouri. Kansas City, Thanksgiving Day. $2.70 for the round trip, .via Rock Island. Tickets on sale Nov. 2 and 30. return limit Dec. 4th. Notice. Effective Nov. 26th. See- time table, page 9, today's Stats. Journal. Pickens', Ladies' Hatters, are selling street hats at one-half price. FREE ME THE SHIRT-WAIST ORDER. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. J. E. Petro and wife to H. D. Kulp, lots 418, 420, 422 and 424 Grand ave., J. Norton's first add $ 200 J. J. M. Shuck to E. J. Smalley, the south H of the southeast quarter of section 1, township 13, range 15.. 1 E. J. Smalley and wife to C. L. Say ler, the south y of the southeast V Section 1. and the northeast 4 of section 12, township 13, range 15.14,500 A. T. Wedoff and wife to C. G. Es relin, lots 167, 169 and 171 Gratton st.. Heery's sub-div 475 R. Price and husband to J. M. Caulk, lot 130 Lafayette St., Veale's add 500 R. P. Morrison and husband to the Prudential Investment Co., lots in Highland Park 150 C. L.. Sayler and wife to A. H. Bates, the north V4 o section 12 and the south of the southeast hi of sec tion 1, township 13. range 15 11,520 M. W. Wear to F. E. Wear, lot 163 and the north of lot 165 Lincoln st 1,000 F. E. Wear and wife to I. W. Kel fer, same 1 R. J. O' Donovan to M. Armstrong, part of the southeast & of section 20. township 11, range 16 1,000 Same to E. O'Donovan. same 1,000 E. O'Donovan to R. U. Armstrong, same 700 W. R. Beatty to R. Colvin. See rec ord 400 N. M. Moore and husband to D. D. Main, the southeast 4 of the south east of section 29, township 12, range 15 3,000 3A53233S2323S5!5vv WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up y. M- Q. A. Ind. tel. 308 or Bell tel. 907 red. We have a list of men and confidential references concerning them. Y. M. C. A. Employment bureau, 107 E. 8th st. WANTED Place to work for room or board. Address Student, care Journal. ANYONE having work that college stu dents can do this coming year, please write Seth L. Co-, president WaBhburn college Y. M. C. A., station B. city. WAYIjn-HMJE Hrap; WANTED Partner in real estate busi ness. Add. A. P. Tone Wilson, jr., Topeka. WANTED 2 first class tin roofers, 35c per hour to good men. Apply at once rjuz k. sth st. ina. tei. iajo j. WANTED Man and wife for New Mexi co. t30 mo., board room and nass. Cap ital Employment Agency, 735 Kansas ave. WANTED--Boy to build fires in exchange for room rent. 616 Topeka ave. WANTED Colored man for stable work, must be able to stay nights, bring ref erences. 231 Tobeka ave. WANT ED Carpenters and helpers for Colorado. Cap. . Emp.. Agency, 735 K. A. WANTED Laborers for R. R. work, farm hands, corn huskers, ranch hands for Okla., laborers for Colo., laborers for machine shops, kitchen, help, first and 2d cooks. Cap.. EmP- Agcy., 735 Kansas ave. WANTED For army, able nodled unmar ried men between aces of 21 and 36, cit izens of the U. S., of good character and temperate habits, who car. speak, read and write English. For information apply to recrultins officer, 622 Kansas ave., Topeka. Kan. WANTED Man or boy to build fires in exchange for rent. 616 Topeka ave. SALESMAN to sell first class nursery stock, pay weekly, stock guaranteed true to name. For terms write G. L. Knight, Lawrence. Kan. WANTED Men with teams to husk corn, 4c bu. Heavy corn. Ind. tel. 159. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Solicitors for paying work, salary or commission. Address P. O. box 148. WANTED A few refined energetic ladies can find steady and profitable employ ment by calling at room 31, Crawford bldg., 501 Jackson St., Topeka, Kan. WANTED Girl for general housework in family of 2, no washing, good wages. Call before 1 p. m. 1034 Harrison St. WANTED In our cloak and suit depart ment, experienced dress and coat maker, capable of taking charge of our alteration rooms. Apply In person or by letter to Mr. Adams. Warren M. Cros by & Co. WANTED A cook at the Topeka Or phans' home. $3 no TO $5.00 a day can be earned by competent and refined ladies. Call or write room 31, Crawford bldg., 501 Jack son St., Topeka, Kan. WANTED Pastry cook at Fifth Avenue hotel. WA NTED Competent kitchen girl. G. W. Closson. 607 Buchanan st. WANTED MB8ELLATOUa WANTED SO or 160 acre farm, will pay cash rent. Address A. R., Journal. WANTED Horses and cattle to winter, ly. miles east Santa Fe shops, Seward ave! Bell tel. 3S25 red WANTED Horses and cattle to winter, 1 miles east Santa Fe shops. Seward ave. Bell tel. 3825 red. H. P. Coursey. WANTED By a young man, unfurnished room with modern conveniences, close in. B. E. B., Journal. WANTED 4 or 5 room house with barn by Dec. 15; would like to pay in paper lner or painting, willing to be out. Ad dress Painter, care State Journal. WANTED Piano and organ repairing, refinishing and action work a special ty. Geo. D. Butts, 921 E. 6th st. WE PAY highest cash prices tor you cast off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop us a card or call Ind. teL' 1538. Abe Ja cobson, 500 Kansas ave. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE 8 room rooming house, Un- usual bargain. 734 Adams st. FOR S ALE At a bargain, the Hughes Self MI J 1.1 I 11, lUVflltU w.i ... er, all ready for business. Address H. L. P.. care Journal, or pnone m. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT 5 room cottage. Apply to R Dietrich, 827 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 9 room house and bath, or. Topeka ave. Thos. S. Lyon, Ind. 4114. FOR RENT Brand new 6 room house, with hall. 1244 West St., $14. FOR RENT 7 room house 1610 Van Bu ren. Inquire at Johnson's news stand, 409 Kansas ave. FOR RENT House or rooms, barn. 220 W. 21st St. FOR RENT: 449 Sumner ave., 7 rooms, barn, $10.00. 451 Sumner ave., 7 rooms, barn, $10.00. 317 Liberty St., $7.00. 522 Chandler St., $7.00. W. S BERGUNDTHAL, Tel 199 U7 W. Seventh St. FOR RENT Modern 9 room house Tope ka ave.. near Sth st. Rent $25 if taken soon. Tel. 799. Thanksgiving Day, Kansas City, the game of the season. $2.70 round trip via Union Pacific. Effective Nov. 26th. See time table, page 9, today's State Journal. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Convenient cottage, bath, i furr ispA. niatern. wide hall, fire place, suitable for natural gas, $25. 626 Lincoln st., corner 6th. inquire at sun W. 8th. Ind. tel. 12582. FOR RENT 7 room house 913 W. 4th St. Inquire at 400 Fillmore St. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished front rooms.mod ern. 1031 Jackson St. FOR RENT Desirable furnished rooms in nIpnRnrtt midppn bome. fine location. 514 Monroe st. FOR RENT Neatly furnished room for gentleman. 210 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Modern furnished room with or without board. 710 W. Sth st. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 426 Jefferson St. FOR RENT Large front room, furnish ed, with alcove, near state house. 833 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or without board. 102 E. 12th st. FOR RENT 2 fine rooms with or with out board. 1935 Lincoln St. FOR RENT Furnished room, front en trance. 622 Van Buren Gt. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, modern. 412 W. 5th st. FOR RENT Furnished front room with heat and alcove. Call at Royal Bakery, 833 Kansas ave. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Best location on Kansas ave. Inquire 735 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Store room 10th and Kansas ave , northwest corner. Both tel. 16. FOR RENT 916 Kansas ave., store room 25 by 50 feet, 6 rooms and bath on sec ond floor, prefer to rent the entire build ing to one party. Dr. G. P. Lux, 803 Kan sas ave. FOR SALE: REAL ESTATE. 5 ROOM COTTAGE $850. At 423 Western ave., 5 rooms, east front, barn, etc. This is a snap. Will rent for $12 per month all the time. Low taxes. Only 7 blocks west. Must sell at once. THE STRAUSS AGENCY, Central National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE Choice grain and stock farm 12 miles from Tooeka, 3 from R R. sta tion; 480 ecres. 250 in cultivation, 65 acres wheat, 75 alfalfa, 20 clover, fine pasture, ample water, two dwellings, new barn and stock sheds. L. Van Hook, 16 Colum bian bldg., Topeka, or Valencia, Kas. A BARGAIN 3 corner lots, good shade, on Washburn St. car line; price $900 for 5 days only. Address P. O. Box 337, city. FOR SALE Fine Langshang pullets, cheap. A few hens. 918 E. 10th st. FOR SALE Organ, $10. 921 E. 6th St. FOR SALE Good work horse, wt. 1200. Call mornings 1005 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Stove wood. Wm . Shick. 120 136 Jackson st. FOR SALE Furniture and business of a first class modern rooming house, cen trally located; must sell account health. Terms easy. Address B. 19, Journal. FOR SALE Everything in poultry sup plies from leg bands to incubators. Zim merman Seed Co., 625 Quincy st. FOR SALE One 3-year-old pony at 306 W. Sth st. or 413 Kansas ave. Segulne. FOR SALE Pure hen food; no trash; prompt delivery. Zimmerman Seed Co., Ind. ttl. 14S. CLOSING out wail paper, good patterns, at Ic per roll. 806 Kansas ave. MJCSCELLANFOUS MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY, such as horses, cattle, pianos, household goods, libraries, typewriters, carriages and ma chinery.the same to remain in the posses sion of the owner. People holding salaried positions and desiring a loan can obtain the same without security, publicity or delay of the undersigned. Houses for sale on the most favorable monthly payment rent purchase plan. Frank S. Thomas, 601 Kansas avenue. 'Phone 298. BOARD by the week, ladies preferred. 935 N. Monroe st. USE the "Silver Lear' brand pickles, vin egar, mince meat, etc Otto Kuehne Preserving Co. 'Phone 300. FOR HOME-MADE Mincemeat and boiled eider see Mrs. F. L. Boggs, 2127 Topeka ave., or call 8893 Ind. CITY Dump 300 Lawrence st., block from p?ved st DRESSMAKING and plain sewing; will sew by the day. 1620 Topeka ave. WE finish and reset your broken window glass. J. K. Jones, 806 Kansas ave. L4TSTNDFOUNT LOST Between Topeka Cash D. G. Co. and 6th and Jackson, gold watch, initial A. on front of case and Alice Gahley In side. Reward at 2053 Union ave. LOST Watch and fob Sunday afternoon. Finder return to 507 Chandler st. Miss Katie Kahler. MOV" Y MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE in large or small amounts on long or short time, payable monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually, as desired. No delay; money ready when papers are signed and every reasonable accommoda tion extended. Frank S. Thomas, 501 Kan sas avenue. 'Phone 298. MoNEY TO LOAk on live stock, planned organs, typewriters, household goods an personal security. L Blscoe S2S Kan a AJLLJPAPER GO TO G. A. WOOD for that wall paper and painting. 832 Kansas ave. Tel. 880 I STAMPS. SKAI.S M1 STKVCM THE J. C. DARLING CO., 734 Kan. ave Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade checks. Prices low. Catalog free Tel 2a2 PAVTNO. CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED -SRlCJi A PAVING CO.. 11$ W. sth st. Mfgrs. a building. pavlnT and siilewalk brick. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS J. c. WILSON, contractor i nd buUuer Job work promptly done. 120 t:h si Ind. tel 1244. I't)PltTRFK L M. PENWELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reasona ble prices. 611 Qulncy st Both 'phones 12 KVt'KI TR JAMES B. HAf DEN. Jeweler and ijli elan. Complete stock of watches, die monds, silverware, etc Ryes examined and spectacles 'properly fitted. LEGAL First published in The Topeka State Journal Nov. 25, 1905. PROPOSALS WANTED. Office of the City Clerk. Topeka, Kan., Nov. 25, 1906. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 5 o'clock p. m. Monday, Dec 4, 1905, for furnishing all the material and labor necessary to extend the pipe sewer In the alley between Monroe street and Madison street to the water in the Kan sas river; also to build two trick bulk heads on concrete foundations in the al ley between Monroe street and Madison street, and Monroe street and Qulncy street, to protect the pipe sewers. All work to be done In accordance with the plans and specifications furnished by the city engineer and under his instruc tions. A certified cheek for twenty-five dollars payable to the city of Topeka. must ac company each bid as a guarantee that the party to whom the award is made will enter into a contract with the city within five dajs after such award be made. The mayor and council reserve the right to reject any or all bids. J. H. SQC1RES. City Clerk. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Be it known that my application is now on file in the office of the probate court of Shawnee county, Kansas, asking for a permit to sell intoxicating liquors ac cording to law, at 632 Kansas ave., in the Second ward of the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, state of Kansas. Hear ing is set for the 21st day of Dec. 1906. GEO. W. STANSFIELD. FURNACE WORM. GEO. E. SEYBOLD, furnace work, tin roofing, guttering, spouting, furnaces a specialty. Sfl Kansas ave. Ina. 'phone III. tron oTT- MERCHANTS' TRANSFER st 8TORAQ8 Co.. packs, ships and stores house hoM Siods. TeL 1st Clarence Skinner. CU ulr.cy st MACHINE SHOPS. ELECTRIC contracts; get prices at "Gol den Rule." Tel. 503. 503 Kansas ave. ARPETCLEJkNTNtl CARPET cleaning and rug factory. W clean, scour, refit, sew and lay your carpets in a workman like manner, new rugs all sizes from your old carpets. O. McCormick Rug factory A Carpet Clean ing words. 622 Van Buren st- 'Phone 4XL J, F. PETRIK & SONS, upholsterers, new carpet cleaning works, carpets cleaned and scoured, refit, sewed and laid. SSS-SM Kansas ave., 'phones: Ind. 74; Bell. 841. MANUFACTURKRa. E. G. KINLEY. Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds at vehicles. See us about that delivery wagon. 1M W. 6th St. PHYSICIAN'S AND S17REN DR. EABliiAN, .uta aupt state '""at asylum. Mental end nervous diseases. M Kan. av. 'Phones 714. Kea. 1279 V. Buren. IDA C BARNES, it- IX Office 726 Kansas ave. Resaoenc M teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to U L m. and i p. m to 6 p. m. Botn 'phones 16 residence, and Ina. 1211 office. KALLITHRIX PARLORS. HAIR GOODS Mrs. M. L. Field. 81 Kan sas ave.. with Swearlngen, the jeweler. imESSJlLMtlNG ACCORDION plaiting 107 W. Gordon st. "REE IHSPKNSthT TOPEKA FREE DISPENSARY, eouta east corner 12th and Tyler bis., from t to 2 p. m., except Sundays. Conducted by regular practicing physicians for the benefit o persons without means who need medical attention and treatment. Pa tients are assured of careful and consid erate treatment. Medicine furnished In most cases. WHOLESALERS. THE COUQHLIN HARD W ARB CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 70S Kan sas ave. Tel. 80S. BARBER SHOP. D. G. JOHNSON, shave 10c: shampoo, hair cut. massage. 16c. 6th and Quincy. FLORISTS. .!. C. RODMAN, blooming plants.cst Bow ers, palms, designs, decorations. 806 Kan, tve. Phone 37. Greenhouse 12th and Moa. BICYCLES AND REP AIRING. TJ. 8. CYCLE CO.. 118 E. 8th St. National Tver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. i. A. ROSEN. Patent Attorney. 423 Kjtn sas a-e.. Topeka. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM TIME TABLE. TOPEKA, KAN. The "Right Road" To and From and Between MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CITT ST. PAUL ST. JOSEPH FORT WORTH PEORIA COLORADO SPGS MEMPHIS DENVER ST. LOUIS OMAHA CHICAGO And Everywhere Beyond. EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 26, 1905. ALL TRAINS DAILY. EASTBOUND. Leave. No. 14 Texas & K. C. Ex 4:29 am No. 30 Cal. & Chicago Limited 4:55 am No. 10 Colorado & K. C. Flyer 8:00 am No. 2S Colorado & St. Louis Ex... 3:30 am No. 12 Fort Worth & Chicago Ex. 3:35 pro. No. 44 Golden State Limited 6:33 pm No. 35 Chicknsha & K. C. Ex 6:55 pm WESTBOUND. No. 13 K. C. & Texas Ex 12:10 am No. 29-Chlcago & CaL Limited... 1:00 am No. 35 K. C. & Chickasha Ex 9-30 am No. 43 Golden State Limited 11:48 am No. 11 Chicago & Ft. Worth Ex. 1:20 pm No. 27 St. Louis & Colorado Ex.. 140 pm No. 9 Colorado Flyer S:J9 pm NORTHBOUND. No. 54 Topeka & St. Joe Ex S:01 am No. 32 Topeka & St. Joe Ex 3:40 pm FROM ST. JOE. Arrive. No. 31 St. Joe & Topeka Ex 12:30 pm No. 53 St. Joe & Topeka Ex 8:10 pm UNION PACIFIC EASTBOUND. No. lOS Limited fcra NO 106 K C. local passenger I :6 sm No. 104 Atlantic Express 140 sa So. 108-K. C.-Salbm Ex :JS pa, " WESTBOUND No. 107 K. C. -Sauna Ex 11:00 an No. 103 Denver-Pac Coast llmlredlS :4t cm No. 106 Junction City local pass.. k:St pea No. 101 Limited .... 1:00 pa, Dally except Sunday. All ethers dally. ' MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLe7 (Daily Except Sunday.) SOUTHBOUND. No. 310 Passenger to Ft. Scott 2:00pm No. 392 Freight 7:20am NORTHBOUND. No. 309 Passenger from Ft. Scott. .12:40pm No. 391 Freight :46pra