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'IIII TOPSHA DAILY STATS JOURNAL. HONDA Y NIGHT.
0 j n If? 1 4 C 4 j (.people sending items to tnis deparinient of The Suit..- Journal will confer a tdvur by giving the full first name or o Initials, witn all proper n.unes Items must be accompanied By ike name ana published. J jj Clarence P. Skinner gave a luncheon today for Mrs. C. V7. Prniin of Pasadena. Cal. who is vtsittnfc ah ;wree Hackney. The other gues. were Mrs. William Smith of Paadena. who is the guest of her sister, ..Irs. LJ win A. Austin. Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Hat-line v. Mrs. Ceorge Cciiiie. Mii-s Mli.e Corning and Mis. Jlorbeit Cartilage. Mrs George Rust of Salt Lake City, who is the euest of Mr. ami Mis. Byron i.r,r-.ris will five a smuii l.u thi bl" will be decorated with a tmn'M;' cake with lighted tapers. and thero-wnl be snafpUiit bonbons' and toys tor tar vor. '...-,- The certificate class of the depart ment oi music of the College ot the Sisters of L'ethanv will Rive the annual Christmas recital at the college t t'luay evening. Next Sunday the Ieuiany choir will furnish the music ir the morning service at Grace cathedral when Dean Kaye reads a sermon on Christian education. Bethany closes for the holidavs Thursday of next week and will reopen January 10. Most of the students will spend the Christinas vacation at home, -M iss Hambleton, principal of Bethany, who has been ill for a fortnight with pppendieitis at Christ hospital has re covered from her operation and is batK at the college. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Daniels will en teitfdn the members of the Chaldean club and their husbands tonight at their house at Twenty-first street and Tope ka avtnue. Mrs. A. B. Quinton is the hostess of the Monday whist club today. Mr J M Padgett is entertaining her Monday high rive club this afternoon. The Ideal high five club is meeting with Mrs. Harry F. Guthrie today. Mr and Mrs F. M. Abbott entertain ed" the K A. P. and R. club Saturday night at their apartment at the Blower House. Air George Haiders gave a dinner at his' home. 1717 Lane street. Saturday niaht for Miss Ells Fuller and Mr Claire Stephens, whose marriage will take place during the holidays. The oth er rrUPot.s were .Miss Vera MeLntohev. Miss Varv Axteil, Miss Mary Fisher, the Rev. "and Mrs. Ralph Ward. Mr. Lyndon Day and Mr. Pliny Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wright. 1-U9 West street have announced the engagement of their daughter. Bessie, to Mr. S. K. Gillman of Oakley, Kan. The wedding will take place the latter part of t- Notes and Personal Mention. Mr. and Mrs. X. F. Handy and Miss K. G.-Smith- will leave .Wednesday, for Grand Rapids, Mich., to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John K. Shelton. Mr. llarley Reisman of Dps Moines, Iowa, spend Sunday in Topeka and re turivid to Pes Moines today. Mrs. George Crawford is visiting her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Keilv, in Ottawa. Mr. Joe Ramsey of Lawrence spent Sunday with his parents in Topeka. Miss Minna Bauer will be home from Chicago university to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller will spend Christmas in Perry with Mr. Miller's people. Miss Melville Campbell of Wichita is expected the last of the week to visit Miss Eugenia Quinton on .her way home from a visit to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Roberts and Mrs. George Rust ami her daughter. Virginia Lee, of Salt Lake City, will spend Chirstmas in Kansas Citv with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hisfed. Mrs. Rust will spend a month in Kansas City and return here to continue her visit before she returns'" home. Miss Laura Kwing has returned from Tawrence where she went to see the collection of Tissot paintings at the I iiiversity of Kansas ait exhibit. She was the guest of Miss Martha Cowgill. Miss Maude Brocklesby and Miss Alice Huey of Lawrence snent Sunday with Miss Olive Brocklesby of the Christ hospital nurse's training school. Christ hospital nurses' training school. Miss Van Ess and Miss Scott were in Lav. reiice for the dance given by the university laws Friday night and were guests of Mis Kate Reynolds. Judge and Mrs. J. S. West entertain ed some of the Fort Scott basketball grirls at dinner Sunday. Miss Rene Mahm of Kansas City is the guest of Mrs. John Ripley in Pot win Place. Mr. and Mrs. James Lodge and sons of Los Angeles, Cab. who have been visiting Mrs. J. C. Gilchrist for a few weeks, left Saturday for Richmond. Quebec,. Canada,, where they will spend the holidays at Mr. Lodge's former home. Mrs. Gilchrist accompanied them. Mrs. E. B. Good spent Fundav in Kan sas City. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kioto and family. Miss Ra Hotehklss, Miss Hazel Larkin. Miss final Cot bet. Miss Pdna Corbet Mr. Hal Hotchkiss. Mr. .7. Clyde Co-bet and Mr. Eugene B. Stotts spent Sunday at Hiiicrest. the Kiene farm at Valencia. Mrs. O. H.. Guinor returned today from a visit to hr-r daughter. Mrs. Frank Moss, of St. Marys. .Mrs. Ouibnr will entertain a family party for Chiist mas. Mrs. William . Kugene Stanley of "Wichita will stop in Topeka today on her way home from a visit. to h-r daugh "r, Miss Harriett. Stanley, at Baker university. Baldwin? - Miss Jonsephm Smith -of Minneapolis will arrive toni;;r.t to visit Mrs. Frank Crane. Mrs. Crape and Miss Mitehth wont to Kansas- City this, morning lo meet her. Miss Gladys Sharp of Kansas Citv pent Sunday with Mis. C. C Baker. Mrs. G. W. Clos-sen and -Miss Oda Clossen left today for Chicago and Rills dale, Illinois, to srPnd a monta. Mr. Archibald Corkins has- returned from a visit to Oklahoma City. Mrs. BamueTOrimes of RrrrntM-ia is the guest of Mrs. Frank Grimes, ' Mr. Charles Guibor has gone to Bar--tlesvllle. I. T., to engage in business and Hemain permanently. - Mrs. B. L. Rtes has gone, tc Itiinne apolis, Kansas, to visit hr people. Her sister, Mrs. M. W. "Wood, of I-ahoma, Oklahoma, who was her- guest has re turned home. Mr. Jesse S. Leach returned today from Arkansas City where "ne and Mrs. Leach have been guests of Mir. and Mis. tX g. Beekman lor a few days. Alia. fourth birth.lay anniversary of her daughter, Virginia Lee. The ethers ask ed ate Auna Furry, Marian Johnston. i.-l.-...,l...,-h or. ,4 tUslo'rlee Edson. .me Id. 'I r- rase mejseolrUJ FOR WANTS. J"'T " ft r r Th State Jo want advertise ments than ar.T other Tope new3PPer- thoujjti tr.e cf" 18 aV"resuns name the resu :' I from tnet lr advertisements m 1 a. t e Joanna-' . , .Han all Ot . ijietxt: itautib ill iujef How to Answer Advertisements. Ad ertiaements sltrned In care ot State Jeurr.ai, such as "Addreas A. B, C. cara Stats Journal." or "AddreBS Owner, care State journal." should be answered .n writing only. Write your answer and ttiau ,i ce.ie State Journal or leave U t the State Journal office. Do not asSt the cderks in th State journal office to give ou the name ot the advertiser; they ca rot t-ive thu infcrmatlon. Atlvs. Not Accepted Over Phone. Ilw State Journal does not accept want advertisements over the tel&phone r.or docs it make charge accounts of them. The most satisfactory plan Is to brtig your 'sant advertisements to tne Mate Journal office. If you can not do thif, call the Weetern Uaion telegrapa ottice. either 'phone 61, and tell them that Sou nave an aovertisement tor tne State ournal. They will send an A. D. T. boy to your house. You pay tne boy for the advertisement, the State Journal pays for tus services Jh briiiRlng it down town. Cost of classified advertisements Is Be per line. Six. orn-narr words make one lina. II BAH ESTATE TRANSFERS. H. Macferran to A. B. Kerle, lot 203 and the north V-z lot -Jul 10th ave. vet st. Bonaventure additifm $ 600 X. J: Johnson and wife to G. J.- Mil ler, lots 1U-' and 164 Gratton St., Hee-y's subdivision 1,125 M. Heery and wife to same, lots 15S and p;u Gratton St., Heery's sub division , 200 J. Brewer and wife to E. C. Shiner, lots 413 and 415 Clay st., King's addition i4oo W. C. Barber to J. B. Hunley, lots in Steele's addition 1 R. M. Dunn and wife to W. B. Peck, south V2 of the southeast 14 of sec tion 24. township 12. ranee p; 3,330 M. G. Bean anil wife to M. Ware, lots fi.,0. t;:,2 and r,r,4 West St., block 6, M. and D. addition 1,S00 J. M. Johnston to W. C. Barber, lots in Steele's addition SAO Western Land anad Lot Co. to 13. W. Rake, see record 700 OFFICIAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS. G. W. BETTS WILL BE A CANDIDATE for sneriff, subject to the Republican primary of Shawnee county. M T. CAMPBELL IS A CANDIDATE for the probate judgeship, subject to tne Republican primaries. JOHN M. WILKERSON WILL BE A candidate for sheriff, subject to the Re publican primary of Shawnee county. JONATHAN D. NORTON IS A CANDI date for sheriff of Shawnee county, sub ject to the Republican primaries. CARL LAWSON. ONE OF THE M03T experienced officers In Topeka, an nounces his candidacy for sheriff, sub ject to the Republican primary. Leach will prolong her stay a few ?as. Mrs. Charles Hammond left today for Anadarko, Ok., to visit until after the holidays. Mr. Hammond will join h-r for Christmas. Mr. V,". B. Robey returned to Chicago Saturday after a short visit to Topeka. Mr. Dell Keizer :vvas in Kansas City Saturday. ... Mr. George B. Penny was in Kansas City Saturday. Mrs. Charles H. : Gaunt Tine .rptHmwt . from Chicas-o and St. Paul where she ; spent the past week. - Miss Hattie Cain and -Dr.-Charles Att wood and Dr. John Haake were in Meri den for. a nuisicale given by Mrs. Lewis Attwond Friday evening. The new church workers of the First Baptist church .will give a thimble party Wednesday, December 13. at the home of Mrs. B. F. Pankey, "312 West Fughth street. The ladies of the Third Divis ion will assist. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Ackley. 214 Graf tal! street, announce the rmiTiagre of their daughter Maude, to Mr. .1. Lnge Olssnn on - Monday evening, December 2-, at x a clock. - . Engraved visiting cards and invita tions. Correct form. Adams Bros. She Also Had a Pet. ' When the thin woman in the long gr; Ulster sat down in the subway j car onprrsite the fat woman holding a bright little Scotch terrier it could be seen at -once that they had points of j common interest and that those points I of common interest consisted of dogs. i 'What a-dear littla. fellow he is, iCliirned the thin woman. i 'Isn't he-dear ' cooed the fat wom , an, snuggling her pet so closely that ne tiuii to sum for breath. "Mine is a French poodle," ventured 1 no thin woman. "I hear those gray terriers are coming into style, though." "Yes, they're all the rage," said the fat woman. "I had to give up fifty- tor Sandy. A handsome voting woman who oc cupied the seat by the thin woman was an interested listened to the col loquy. She was good looking enough to attract attention anywhere, and she looked as if she loved everything that was worth loving in this world. including- dogs. She leaned over and gave Sandy's head an affectionate pat and. Sandy tried to lick her gloved hand. "You love dogs, too?" said the fat woman. "Oh, ves." was the reply. "Who could lielo if" "What kind is yours?" came the eager query. ' "Mine? Oh, I haven't any. I have a babv." And the fat woman and the thin woman raised their brows, turned up their noses and grew coldly silent, just as if someone had said something to shock their sense of modesty. Cleve land Plain Dealer. As to Early Worms. A commonplace robin and an operatic nightingale dwelt in the same sylvian hedges. The robin carried family responsibilities and his head on one side. The nightingale encouraged a reputation for staying out late. Morning after morning the robin would don his pink shirt and brave the rosy-fingered dawn in search of breakfast; and morning- after morning his full-fed offspring would see the blase niehtinffale sajly forth some three 1 V t 1 t. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED Place to care for horses and work around house. Call or address M. Ormond, 421 Lincoln St. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up Y. M. C. A. Ind. tel. Su8 or Bell tel. 907 red. We have a list of men and confidential references concerning them. Y. M. C. A. Employment bureau, 107 E. Rth st. ANYONE havliu? work that college stu dents cap do this coming year, please write Seth L. Col, president Washburn college Y. M. C. A., station B. city. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED For army, able nodieij unmar ried men between ages of 21 and 35, ct Izens ot the U. S., cf good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to recruiting officer, 622 Kansas eve., Topefca. Kan. WANTED An experienced order man at larg'e grocery, one preferred who has some trade established. Address C. D., Journal. WANTED Bov for general housework. S09 W. 10th st. WANTED Bright boy to assist in office and make outside calls, only portion of time required, student preferred. 505 Kan sas ave. WANTED Boy interested in the plumb ing business. Call between 7 and 8 a. m. W. Wells, 12S6 Mulvane st. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. 10 positions for every gradeuate, topwages paid, course includes tools and diplomas, can nearly earn expenses if desired. Write nearest branch Molcr Barber college, St. Louis, Mo., or Omaha. Neb. WANTED Men to ship south for R. R. work, corn huskers, farm hands, men for machine shops, man and wife for farm, ranch hands Okla., kitchen help, cooks. Cap. Emp. Agency, 7S5 Kan. ave. SALESMAN to sell first class nursery stock, pay weekly, stock guaranteed true to name. For terms write G. L. Knight, Lawrence, Kan. WANTED Good white woman or girl for housework, references, highest wages. 14.14 Topeka ave. WANTED Kitchen girl at 201 E. Sth St. WANTED An experienced sewing girl at 121J Kansas ave. FREE desk room for public stenographer at oWd Kansas ave. WANTED House gtrls. waitresses. cham bermaids, lunch counter help, woman $20 mo., board and pass, woman cooks, hotel help. Furman, i2o Kansas ave. WANTED Dressmakers for all kinds of work. Mrs. Mercer, Crosby Bros. WANTED A cook, good wages to an. tr perienced cook with references. S15 Western ave. -. WANTED SJS IESMEX. WANTED 2 ambitious salesmen for hdw, sideline.straight salary when proficient. Address with references Caledonia Chem ical Co., Caledonia, N. Y. W A NTET MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Boarders and roomers at 526 Madison. Rates $2.5u to $4.00 a week. WILL BUY. Small house in good tental location, must be snap. Give price and location. Address Business, Journal. WANTEU-A good second ha rid.. 10 2 horse power boiler, mtist t.e-.iii . id condition. Jensen Mfg. Co., 523 Ja-ckson. WANTED Horses to wi. 12782. 'or. Ind. tel. WANTED A horse for its keeping this winter; may buy. H. Cowen. 20O2 Bolles. WE PAY highest casn prices for you cast off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop U3 a cerd or call Ind. teL 1538. Abe Ja cobson, 500 Kansas ave. roJRNT----riojrsrr2S FOR RENT 5 room house at 1027 Madi son st. Inauire 311 E. 10th St. FOR RENT New 6 room house 1316 Kan sas av. Inquire 1226 Kan. ave. Ind. tel.' 4334. FOR RENT New modern 7 room house 1351 Fillmore st. FOR RENT Modern 9 room house Tope ka ave., near Sth st. Rent $22.50 if taken soon. Tel. 799. FOR RENT Convenient cottage, bath, gas, furnace, cistern, wide hall. . fire place, suitable for natural gas, $25.. 526 Lincoln St., corner 6th. Inquire at 806 W. Sth. Ind. tel. 5252. FOR RENT Good 6 room house, barn, city water. -sewer connection, 1115 Mad ison st. Inquire at 111 Jefferson st. ro 1 nNT -1; g oms. FOR EKXT-3 unfurnished rooms 1st floor to family without children. 312 E. 8th st. FOR RENT Neatly furnished room, mod ern, with heat. 309 W. ith st. ' . FOR-RENT Furnished front room, mod ern conveniences. 410 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Warm furnished room. Call 416 Quincy St. hours later, only to find that all the desirable worms had already been taken in. After hard hustling- he would usually pick up enough to pre serve appearances, and he always in sisted loudly that opera singers could not afford to eat heartily. Now Madame Robin grew enam ored of the aristocratic habits of the nightingale. "Bob." said she. "why can't you sleep late, like our throaty friend?" And Robert, persuaded he was acting- like a Sparrow, promised reform. Wherefore it happened that the next morning he lay abed, wide a wake, hut obedient, and was only giving his coat a final brush when the night ingale had tried unsuccessfully three of his usual feeding grounds. Evi dently there were several citizens of that nice neighborhood who realized that The last hoarder at the breakfast table gets the cold coffee. Los Angeles Times. Intellifrent. "What are those things down there?" asked the person who was un familiar with the piano. "Those are the pedals, for the feet, you know," replied the pianist. "Oh! I see; that's what you play the foot notes with, eh?" Philadelphia Press. Tourist Cars Popular. The idea that an inferior class of people patronize the tourist sleepers is an error. On many trips only the best class of travelers are found. They are merely men and women of good sense who would rather travel to California In this manner and save a snug sum of money to be used elsewhere. It is beginning to be understood that it is by no means necessary for the traveler to spend a large sum of money in or der to enjoy a trip to the Pacific coast. If you cross the continent in one of the tourist sleepers of the Union Pa cific you will enjoy your trip and save considerable money. - r Iprt KENT BOOMS. FOR RENT Large front south room.new house, furnished or unfurnished, cheap board if desired. 91S E. 10th st. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping, ground floor, adults. 1019 Jackson St. FOR RENT Newly papered and furnish ed rooms, electric lights, furnace, etc. 523 Van Buren st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, also for light housekeeping, $1 week. 207 Adams. FOR RENT 2 or 3 pleasant office rooms, all modern conveniences. Inquire 106 W. Sth St.. ucstairs. FOR RENT 1 furnished front room with alcove and 2 unfurnished rooms up stairs, modern, with gas, bath and heat, fine location, in a new house. Inquire Via W. 6th St. FOR KENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Corner store room. 935 Kansas ave. Both telephones 16. FOR REN t 916 Kansas tve., 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 SALF: REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE: 15 acres suburban property on Califor nia ave., southeast of Highland Park, 9 room house, barn IS by 3o, chicken house; can be divided; 400 young trees; $3,500; 4 cash; 1 block to Vinewood car. EASTMAN & LAKIN. Phone 127. 115 W. Sixth St. FOR SALE 8 room modern house, 2 lots and barn. 1256 Van Buren. MODERN. COTTAGE. Attractive cottage,, buflt about 3 years, having reception hall, . 3 large living rooms, 2 bedrooms, .-complete bath with porcelain fixtures, pantry, cemented cel lar, gas and fixtures, hard wood finish, newly papered and in fine repair, large front and side porch, nearly 2 lots, east front, and in one of the best neighbor hoods on West side, walking distance of the state house and Santa Fe offices; owner leaving state. Price $2,600. DAVIS. WELLCOME & CO., 'Phones 1026. 107 W. Sixth St. FOR SALE Suburban 24 acres close in, west side, at a bargain; terms; 2 stories, 5 rooms, 2 lots, fine shade, Lowman Hill; $75 cash, balance monthly; 3 rooms Law rence st., $.-)0 cash, balance monthly. F. J. Brown, 17 Columbian bldg. FOR SALE Choice grain and stock farm 12 miies from Tcneka, 3 from R. R. sta tion: 4S0 ecres, 250 in cultivation, 65 acres wheat, 75 alfalfa, 20 clover, fine pasture, emple water, two dwellings, new barn and stock sheds. L. Van Hook, 16 Colum bian bldg., Topeka, or Valencia, Ka3. f FOR SALE: MISCELLANEOUS. PIANO BARGAIN. I have another bargain in a beautiful new upright piano, also a piano which nas Deen used, lor rent to suitable party GEO.. N. NEWTON, Ind. Tel. 14 IS. 709 Topeka Ave. FOR SALE 1st class building stone. Call Ind. tel. 2eJJ. Deer Creek Stone Co. FOR SALE Grocery and meat market; will trade for farm. Grocer, Journal. FOR SALE Gas range, in good condi tion 1714 W. 15th st. Phones lull's. FOR SALE Pure bred barred Plymouth Rock cockerels. Mrs, Geo. Clark, north end ot layior St., N. Topeka. Phone Ind FOR SALE Fine kaffir corn hay bound with seed on, best of feed for horses and cows, delivered to any part of the city at J6 per toil. iJellTt-I. 3574 black. L. K. aiartin. FOR SALE Stove wood. Vtm. Shlck. 120- 136 Jackson st. FOR SALE A good hardware and tin shop, must leave town. Address D. C M., Journal. FOR SALE Show cases and fixtures of grocery store. S24 Seward ave. FOR SALE OR TRADE On property, 1 grand ana 1 uprignt piano. 11 a Ivan. av. FOR SALE 2 thoroughbred white Ply mouth Rock cockerels. 1020 Van Buren st FOR SALE Milk cow, fresh soon, 3 miles south ot Tecumseh. Taylor. FOR SALE $25 and $50 coupon on an E B. Guild piano. 1019 E. 6th. st. FOR SALE Poultry foods, egg makers. etc. Get our big price list of everything from leg bands to incubators. Zimmer man Seed Co., 625 Quincy. Ind. tel. 148 FOR SALE Good work horse, wt. 1250. Call mornings 1005 Kansas ave. FOR SALE One 3-year-old pony at 306 W. tsth st. or 413 Kansas ave. Segulne. MISCELLANEOUS. 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. Peonie 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. 1' rank S. Thomas, out jvansas avenue. pnone USE the "Silver Lear brand pickles, vln egar, mince meat, etc. Otto Kuehne Preserving Co. . 'Pnooe 300. WE finish end reset your brokeD window glass. J. K. Jones, feuo Kansas ave. lost and poraa LOST String turquoise beads. Reward for return to Mrs. E-"A. O'Brien, at Mills' Dry Goods store. LOST Gold rimmed spectacles in plain black ca.se. between Central, ave. addi tion and Hop.nan and Kansas ave. Re ward at 18:4 Central ave. LOST Lavendar veil. Mills' D. G. Co. Reward at office NOTICE. NOTICE! The regular annual meeting of the stock holders of THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, TOPEKA, KANSAS, will be held at its banking office Tues day. January 9th, 19"6, between the hours of three and five p. in, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the en suing year and for the transaction of such other business as may legally come before the meeting. F. M. BONEBRAKE, Cashier. TOPEKA FREE DISPENSARY, snut; "iast corner 12th and Tyler Bin., from i to i p. m., except Sundays. Conducted by fftlar practicing physicians tor the benefit o persons without mean who need medical attention and treatment. P tients are assured of careful and consid erate treatment. Medicine furnished in moFt cases. BICTCI.ES "ANI rtfTPAIRIXfi. TJ. 8. CYCLE CO.. US EL 8th St. National & Iver-Johnsoa bicycle. BuppMea. repair. LEGAL. CPublisbed in The Topeka State Journal December 11, litoo.j ORDINANCE NO. 2642. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC- tinn o7 and section i3 of Ordinance No. 234, approved December 23, 1902, entitled "An ordinance relating to and providing for the levy and collection of a license tax upon and regulating certain call ings, trades, professions and occupa tions conducted, pursued, carried on or operated within the city of Topeka, prescribing punishment for the violation of the same and repealing Ordinance No. 1968, approved June 7, 1S9S, Ordi nance No. 19s5, approved September 14, 1S9S, Ordinance No. 2194, approved No vember 26, 19uo, Ordinance No. 2200, ap proved December 28, 1900, and all other ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict here with, and repealing said original section 57 and section 58 of said Ordinance No. 2384. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Coun- ciimen ot the City of Topeka: Section l! That section 57 of Ordinance No. 23S4, approved December 23, 1902, be and the said section is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 57. Any person, firm or any officer, agent or employe of any corporation or joint stock association or company, who shall violate any of the provisions of either section 53 or section 54 of this ordinance shall be deemed guil- ly 01 a misdemeanor and, upon convic tion thereof, for each offense shall be punished by a line of not less than one nundred dollars nor more than three hun dred dollars and imprisonment in the city jail for not less than ten days nor more than thirty days, in the discretion of the court, and shall stand committed to the city jail until such judgment be compuea witn. And any person, firm or .any officer. agent or employe of any corporation or joint stock association or company, who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance, except section 53 and section 54, shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a tine of not less than fifteen dollars nor more than three hundred dollars for each offense.and shall stand committed to the city jail until sucn judgment De complied with. Hec. 2. 1 hat section 58 of Ordinance No. 2384, approved December 23. 1902. be and toe said section is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 58. No prosecution now pending, and no offense heretofore committed under this ordinance, shall be affected in any way by any of the provis ions of this ordinance amending Ordi nance No. 2384; but all prosecutions shall be conducted to final judgment and all such offenses shall be prosecuted in the same manner as if this amendment had not been enacted. Sec. 3. Original section 57 and original section 58 of Ordinance No. 23S4, approved necemoer zj, lata, entitled "An ordinance relating to and providing for the levy and collection of a license tax upon and reg ulating certain callings, trades, profes sions and occupations conducted, pursued, carried on or operated within the city of Topeka, prescribing punishment for the violation of tne same and repealing Ordi nance No. 1968, approved June 7. 1898: Or dinance No. 19S5, approved September 14, 1898. Ordinance No. 2194. approved November 26, 1900, Ordinance No. 2200, approved December 28, 1900, and all other ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith," are hereby repealed. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publi cation in the official city paper. Passed the council Dec. 4, lyo5. Approved Dec. 7, 1905. (Seal.1 W. H. DAVIS. Mayor. Attest: J. H. Squires. City Clerk. Published in The Topeka State Journal December 11, 1905.J ORDINANCE NO. 2643. AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING AND relating to minors under sixteen years of age being on the streets, alleys and other public places in the city of Tope ka after certain hours herein mention ed, and providing penalties for viola- . tion hereof. . Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Coun cilmen of the City of Topeka: Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any minor under sixteen years of age to loi ter, ramble, play or frequent the streets or other public places in the city of To peka after the hour of nine o'clock p. m. between the first day of March and the last day of September and after eight o'clock p. m. from the first day of Oc tober to the last day of February of each year, unless such minor is accompanied by parent, guardian or other person hav ing legal custody of such minor, or is in the performance of an errand or duty di rected by such parent or guardian, or le gal custodian whose employment makes it necessary to be upon fjaicl streets or other public places during the night or after the said specified hours. Sec. 2. It is hereby made unlawful for any parent, guardian or any other person having the legal custody of any such mi nor to allow or permit such minor to loi ter 01- frequent the streets or other pub lic places of the city of Topeka within the time prohibited in section one of this ordinence. Sec. 3. Any person found guilty of vio lating any of the provisions of this or dinance shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five dollars. Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publi cation in the official city paper. Passed the council December 4, 1905. Approved December 7, 1905. (Seal.) w. H DAVIS. Mayor. Attest: J. H. SQUIRES. City Clerk. MONET. 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. MONET TO LOA on live STOCK, pianos, crgans, typewriters, household g:ood and personal security. L. Bisooe. 52S Kan at WALL PAPER- GO TO O. A. WOOD for that wall paper and painting. 832 Kansas ave. Tel. 880 1 JflWW.KRt iAm,o r. nA 1 jeweler ana opti cian. Complete stock of .watches, dia monds, silverware, eta Byes ex am In so end pectacies properW fitted. CARPJETCTEJLNTXQ CARPET cleaning and rug tactory. W ciean, scour, reflt, sew and lay your carpels In a workman like manner, new rugs all sizes from your old carpets, X McCorniick Rug factory & Carpet Clean ing words. 522 Van Buren st. 'Phone 421. i F. PETRIK A SONS, upholsterers, new carpet cleaning works, carpets cleaned and scoured, reftt, imd and laid. IfiVstm Kansas ave.. "tihones: Ind. 794: Bell. S2 PHYSICIANS A1 SURSTXIXA UK. KASTi&AN, iate- supt. state tnaan nsyluot. Mental tnd nervous diseases. ft Euk av. 'i-aonea 714. Rea. 17(1 V. iaurea IDA C BA&NKa. M- XX Office T2 Kansas ave. Resno TWr teentb and Clay. Office bourn: 1 a, m. ts U . m. and t p, m to I p. ra. Bots pbonss 16 residence, and Ind. TtVt ofrtc FURNACE WORKS. GEO. E. BETBOLD, furnaca work, tin roofing, irutterlng, spouting, furnaces a specialty. 9S1 Kansas sve. Ind. "phono 611 FLORISTS. 4. C. KODMAN. blooming plants,cut Cow era. Tmlma. desima. decorations, &4 Kaa. 1 five S-houa S7. &ieeahous L.U ami Mao. LEGAL. First published in the Topeka State Journal December 8, lauo. At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 1005, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Clay street, from the. south line of Tentn avenue to the south line of Eleventh street, be curbed with Fort Scott, blue sandstone and paved thirty feet wide with Shawnee county vitriiied brick on sand foundation. WM. GREEN. L J. H. Squires, City Clerk of the City of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on tile in my office. J. H. SQUIRES. - Seal. City ClerK. First published In the Topeka State Journal December 8, lOOo.J At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 105, the following resolution was presented and adopted:' . . Resolved. That the Mayor., and Council of the City of Tepeka deem u s't for the best Interests of said city inii the alley in the block bounded by '"ln, and Ninth streets and Topeka avenue and Tyler street, between the. ; su.. of Eighth street and the north line . or Ninth street and the east line o Tyler street, be paved twenty ,m with Shawnee county vitrihed b sand foundation. F. E. wrr o. I J H Sauires Citv Clerk of the City of Tip" aSherrehy certify thai the above and foregoing is a true and c0"ctf,,cp0 of the original resolution now on file m my office. . . J-. H. SQLI R Lb. Seal. city ClerK, First published In the Topeka State Journal December 8, 19uo. At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 1905, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary for the. best interests of said city that that West Tenth street, between the west line of Lane street and the east "ne or the alley between fspruoe aim be curbed with Fort Scott blue sandstone nd paved thirty (3;t, feef wide with snawnee county vm men V?.VrfCii-v-foundation. S. A. SWENDSON. I, J. H. Squires, City Clerk of the City of Topeka. hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. , J-.H. SQBTRE& Seal. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal December 8, lSoo. At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 1905, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the. Mayor and Council of the Citv of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Western avenue, between the south line of Eighth avenue and the north line ot Huntoon street- he-- curbed with - Fort Scott blue -sandstone and paed thirty ... . CI.. ... .ml tl T V VltTl- ('i0 IOPI Wide Willi f ' tied brick on sand foundation. Nippg I J H Squires. City Clerk of the City of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct . copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. J- H. SyLIREfa, Seal. City ClerK. First published in the Topeka State Journal December S, 19oo. At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 1905. the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved. That the Mayor and Council of the Citv of Topeka deem it. necessary for the best interests of said city that Jefferson street, between the south line .-. - . j. ,lm n ortn llTlfi OI Eighth street be curbed with Fort Scott blue sandstone and paved thirty feet wide with Shawnee county vitrihed brick on sand foundation. C. K. HOLL1DAY. I J H Squires," Citv Clerk of the City of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my off ice. J- H. SQL 1R-Kb. Seal. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal December 8, 190. At a meeting of the City Council held December 4. 1905. the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary for the oest interests ui aiu i-n.. mc... Lincoln street,- from--the north line of Seventh street to the south line of Eighth avenue be curbed with Fort Scott blue sandstone and paved thirty (3n) feet wide with Shawnee vitrihed brick on sand foundation. S. S. RICE. I J H Squires, City Clerk of the City of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. J. H. SQUIRES Seal. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal December 8, 1905. At o meetincr of the Citv Council held December 4. 1905, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Toolved. That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests oi sam city uwi Firhrh avenue, between the east line of Lincoln street and the. west line of West street, he curoea witn run ocoil hina ssinristone and paved fifty feet wide with Shawnee county vitrified brick on sand foundation; said pavement 10 con sist of two roadways each twenty-five feet wide, with park in the center fifteen feet wide; same being in conformity with pavement existing on Eighth avenue be tween Buchanan and Lincoln streets. T T H Souires. City Clerk of the City of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on nie in my office. J- H. SQUIRES Seal. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka Journal December 8. 1905. State At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 1905, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary fnr the best interests o said city that Clav street, from the south line of Eleventh street to the north line of Thirteenth street, be curbed with Fort Scott blue sandstone and paved with vit rified brick on sand foundation; said pavement to be thirty (30) feet wide be tween Eleventh street and Twelfth street, and fortv (40) feet wide between Twelfth street arid Thirteenth street. WM. .GREEN. I J. PL Squires, City Clerk of the City of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct eopy of the original resolution now on file in mv office. J. H. SQUIRES, Seal. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal December 8, 19i5. At a meeting of the City Council held December 4, 19o5, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved. That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that the ailev running north and south in the block bounded by Harrison. Huntoon and Thirteenth streets and Topeka avenue be paved with-vitrified brick on sand foun dation. , F. E. NIPPS. I, J. H. Squires, City Clerk of the City of Tooeka, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in mv office. . . J. H. SQUIRES. tSeaU City Clerk. TJEGAL First published in the Topeka Stat Journal December 8, 19u5. At a raeetinar of the City Council held December 4. Iiu5, the following resolution was presented tnd adopted: j Resolved, That the Mayor and Council of the City of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Lane street, between the south line of Eighth avenue a.nd the north line. of Tenth avenue, be curbed with Fort Scott blue sandstone and paved thirty feet wide with Shawnee counfv vitrified brick on sand foundation. S". A. SWENDSON. I, J. H. Squires. Citv Clerk of the City of Topeka,, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a "true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file ill ray efflee. - - - J. H. SQUIRES, Seal. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal December 8, 1905. PROPOSALS WANTED. Office of the City Clerk, Topeka, Kas., Dec. 8,19'i5. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 5 o'clock n. m., Saturday, De cember 30, 1905, for furnishing such ma terial and labor as shall be necessary to build and complete a fire station in the southwestern part of the city, to be known as fire station No. 5, sus per plans and specifications furnished by the city engineer. A certified check payable to the city of Topeka, to the extent of 5 per cent, of the contract price, must accompany each bid as a guarantee that the party to whom the award is made will enter Into a con tract with the city within five days after such award may be made. The mayor and council reserve the right to reject anv or all bids. J. H. SQUIRES, City Cleric. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Be i known that my application ia now on file in the office of the probate court of Shawnee county, Kansas, asking for a permit to sell intoxicating liquor according- to law, at 122 and 124 E. Fourth street, in the Second ward of the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, state of Kan sas. Hearing is set for the 11th day of January, 190& - A. FXINCHES3. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Bs it known that mv application is now on Ale in the office of the probate court ol 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, 19o6. GEO. W. STAN8FIELD. KALLTTHRIX PARLORS HAIR GOODS Mrs. M. L. Field, 819 Kan sas ave., witb Swe&rins;en, the jeweler. ' jMAjcjrnvKj?HjOPa ELECTRIC contracts; get prices at "Gol den Rule." Tel. 603. 503 Kansas e.ve. WHOLESALERS. THE . COKGHUN , . HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 7ti Kan. ns ave. Tel. 80S. A K PKN TEj S A Nil B CII.DTTHS J. C. WILSON, contractor ind builder Job work promptly eone. 120 K. t:l st. Ind tel. 1244. UN ID E RT V K K R S. L- M. PENWELL, funeral director ami enibalmer. First class service, reasona ble prices. Ell Quincy st. Both 'phones aX JPATTJM CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED -3RICK A PaVIMO OOj, iU W. tth .' Mfgra. ol building, pavtog ana akdewalk in-lck. STAMPS. SEAXfTATST) STKNOII.a THE J. C. rARIa!0.. 734 Kan. ave. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trails checks. Prices low. Catalog tree. Tel. iai BARBER SHOP. t. O. JOHNSON, shave 10c; shampoo, hair cut. massage, Joe ma ana yumcy. MANUFACTURERS. E. G. K1NLST, Manufacturer and dealer In all kinds ot vehicles. See us about that delivery wagon. 1H W. 6tn St. JSTGfRAGK- MERCHANTS' THJLNSFIGR & STOKAOi Co., packs, ships and stores bouaehoiit roods. TeL 1& Ciarenoe tskluaar, ta Quincy st- ; PATEST J. A. ROSEN. Patent Attorney. 423 K an sa a ave., Topeka. AUCTIOX C. M. CREWS, gen. auctioneer, auction 5th and Quincy. 123 E. 6th. Phones 7S0. CLAIRVOYANT. THE old. reliable Mrs. Seering, reveals everything or no charge. 510 B. 5th si RAILROAD TIME TABLES. ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM TIME TABLE, TOPEKA, KAN. The "Risht Road" To and From and Between MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CITY ST. PAUL ST. JOSEPH FORT WORTH PEORIA COLORADO SPGS MEMPHIS DENVER ST. LOUIS OMAHA CHICAGO And Everywhere Beyond. EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 28, 1905. TRAINS DAILY. ALL EASTBOUND. Leave. 11 Texas & K. C. Ex 4:30 am 30 Cal. & Chicago Limited. ...4:55 am K Colorado & K. C. Flyer 8:00 am 2S Colorado & St. Louis Ex.. 8:20 pm 12 Fort Worth & Chicago Ex.3:35 pm 44 Golden State Limited 6:33 pm 86 -Chickasha & K. C. Ex 6:55 cm WESTBOUND. . 13 K. C. & Texas Ex. ....... ..12:10 am 29 Chicago & Cal. Limited... i:Of am 85 K. C. & Chickasha Ex.... 9:30 am 43 Golden State Limited.. il-4S am 11 Chicago & Ft. Worth' Ex. 1:20 pln 27 St. Louis & Colorado Ex.. 1:41 pm 9-Colorado Flyer ............. 8:30 pm NORTHBOUND. . y fi4 Topeka & St.. Joe Ex......' . , 52 Topeka & St. .Toe Kx........333 pm FROM ST. JOE. . P Sl-iPt.- Jo & Topeka Ex....; aieJo'pm 53 St. Joe & Topeka,. Ex.. , Sjfl pra No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. """J X.-NION gACXFia. EASTSOUrn NO. F3 Limited ...... ........... :15 an 60 pta :is pro fco. 1 Atlantic Rxpreea ........ So. lua K. C.-Salina Ex 6 No. 107 K. C.-Salipa-Ex. '.....J No. I d lnver-Pnc. Coast .limited! :oe am ten. 1 Junction city local caes.. No. 101 Limited g - :(jfl Daily except Banna;, All ethers '-til . J. MISSOURI PACIFIC TIMS TABLE. ; (Daily Fxcept Sunday.) No. 810 Passenger to Ft. Scott.,... 2:00tira No. S92 Freight .. 7.30am No. 8"9PasseTiger from Ft. Scott.. 13 :4"nm No. 301 Freight , ............... 6:wa