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TOP DAILY JO TIE IT AH TUESDAY NIGHT. i-a ii. --,SSBS- ". vaJ X V Under the Auspices of the Fraternal Order Eagles, Aerie No. 58 j . r i j o o r- o MATINEE, WEDNERDAY, DEC. 20. Air M V TF TT TW IT WT5 r- a f T II ! H 1 ZA r ilil Oil THE CHAMPION OP ALL CHAMPIONS WITH HIS SPARRING PARTNER ViCCormick of Galveston, AND FRANK HALL'S j T- 7 11 f! if Grx v wit tvm Wii v i& JtL L ia exes. Popular Prices. 25c Gives You Any Seat io the House. 2 ( -a IPeopIe sending Items to this department ot The State Journal will confer a favor by giving the full first name or two Initials, with all proper names. Items muit be accompanied by the name ana published. Governor and Mrs. Horh will enter tain the children of the Redden mis sion, conducted by the First Presby terian church at the corner of First and Monroe .streets, on the afternoon of Christmas day at the Governor's Hoti.se. The party will include the plrls of the mission sewing class and the boys of the Hoys' club and then teachers. Yesterday afternoon the Mission Women's club was taken through the state house by Mrs. S. S. Kstey and Mrs. Noble Prentis and presented to the governor and the other state of ficers. The party visited the State Historical society museum and other points; of interest in the capitol. Mrs. Hoch met the party by appointment in the governor's office. Mr. Paul Walker and Mr. Thomas L. King entertained Mr. Robert Ede pon. Mr. Frank J. Mclntyre and Mr. Si'lney Ainsworth at supper at the Kiks' club after the performance of SStrongheart at the Grand last night. Miss Findlay and Miss Amanda Findiay will p-ive a small dinner to riiifht at their home. 522 West street, for Miss Ella Barclay of Sioux City. Iowa, who is the guest of Mrs. Thomas Roope. Among- those who attended the tacky party in costume given by the Ohio club last evening were Mrs. (). 1. Martin. Mrs. Fred Snow, Miss Belle Ward. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Martin. Mrs. Esther Tountts, Miss Mabel Foueht. Mrs. T. J. Witmer. Mr. Proc tor Foucht. and Miss Aarnes HanniriR ham. A very en.ioyab'e programme -was given by Miss Hanningham and the South African minstrels. Miss Nora Spencer will be the host ess at a 7 o'clock dinner tonight for Miss Ella Fuller and Mr. Claire Stev ens, whose wedding will take place during- the holidays. The other gruests w-ill be Miss Jennie Wells. Miss Tillie Weidling. Miss Mary Fisher, MiRS Maud McMurtrie, Miss Shirley King, Pr. Milo Sloo. Mr. George Badders. Mr. Harry Holbert of Kansas City, Mr. Will Lovitt. Mr. Harry Adams and Mr. Elgie Bratton. The table will be dec orated with American Beauty roses. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Purdy's guests 8t evening cards Monday included the members of the Ideal High Five club and their husbands, who are Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Guthrie. IJr. and Mrs. K. E. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Snattinger, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Ham mack. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strawn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Sawin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eagerstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Morris. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lucas, Mr. end Mrs. W. P. Hemphill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nichols, Mrs. J. S. Sproat and Mrs. Mollie Radcliffe. A Christmas eve wedding to be cele brated at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Courtney. 612 Topeka avenue, will be that of Miss Heulah Eeernan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Leeman of Council r z n rj n 1 . - , f E , 1 tou I i J 4 ; r J 1 1 i t ! i i i 2 1.. 2 &9 .w These teas satisfy. .Make them right. One teaspoonful for two cups. Add absolute ly Boiling Water. Steep five minutes. Never Boil these teas. Are sold by the following Reliable Grocers loose, or in sealed packets; J. P. COT.K. J. B. PAYNE, f PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE UiSiA-Aa CSYipri corniSS'QN&Rj Grove, and Mr. Robert M. Sutton of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Leeman will come from Council Grove to at tend their daughter's wedding which will take place at half after 9 o'clock. Miss May Courtney and Miss Alta Bell will give a party for Miss Leeman Wednesday evening. Notes and Personal Mention. Mr. Joe Wilson will come from St. Louis Sunday to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Joseph C. Wilson. Miss Grace Moses of Great Bend will be the guest of Miss Ethel Davis for the Christmas Helianthus dance. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Alford will leave Wednesday for San Antonio, Texas, to spend a month or two. Mrs. Eugene Sallee and her baby daughter of Kansas City will visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith during the holidays. Mr. George L. Ball of St. Louis and Miss E. S. Ball of 'Beatrice, Neb., are expected Sunday to spend Christmas with Mrs. S. E. Sheldon at the Cope land. Miss Ethel Estberg will go to her home in Manitowoc, Wis., to spend the holidavs. Mr. Frank Wr. Thomas will return Saturday from a business trip to Cali fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradley will leave Saturday for Chicago to spend the holidays. Mrs. Clara B. Ellis will go to Kansas City the first of the year to reside per manently. Mr. Frank Baker and Mr. Leo Shreves will leave Saturday for Tem ple. Texas, to spend Christmas. Mr. Ilif W. Felix ill spend Christ mas in Ottawa. Mr. Jack Risk is the guest of Mr. Walker Cain for a day or two on his way from Aguas Callientes, Mexico, to Minneapolis, Minn., where he will reside permanently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Herrick and their two daughters, Mrs. Ella Herrick and Miss Ella Davis of Kansas City, Mrs. O. G. Colburn of Terlton. Ok., Mr. Harold Colburn of Baker university, Baldwin, and Mr. Lon Davis of Tulsa, I. T., will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis, who will entertain a family party of 21 for Christmas din ner. Mr. F. W. Watson is in Kansas City today. Mr. Norman S. Wear is in Kansas City. Mr. Dick Rodgers of Muskogee, I. T., will spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Rodgers. Mr. Charles Downing, of Kansas City, is in Topeka today. Mr. Frank Young:, of Los Angeles, is in Topeka today on his way to Chicago to spend Christmas. Mr. Donald Dick of Los Angeles, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Rodg ers. Mr. Walter Golden will leave Friday for Richmond, Ind., to spend Christmas. Mr. Frank Moss, of St. Marys, is in town to spend the day with Mrs. Moss at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. H. Guibor. Miss Henrietta V. Pace, of Winfield, will spend part of the holidays in To peka and will be at the Copeland. Miss Ella Barclay of Sioux City, la., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Roope. Mrs. Roope and Mis3 Barclay will spend Wednesday in Kansas City. Miss Lola Pankey will be home from Mount St. Joseph's academy, Abilene, to spend the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Pankey. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stanley and Misses Mary and Golden Stanley of Des Moines, Iowa, will arrive Saturday to spend Christmas with Mrs. E. D. Clithero. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ogston left today for the Davis ranch near Wichita to spend the holidays. Mr. F. R. Frost left yesterday for New York City to spend the holidays. Miss Sadie Baird will be home Thurs day from Mount Saint Marys academy, Leavenworth, for the Christmas vaca tion. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. M. Hamilton and their son John left today for St. Louis to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Hale Hamilton who are resting for a week at the home of Mrs. Hamilton's father, Mr. Christian Peper. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Hamilton will go from St. Louis to Savannah, Georgia, to rejoin Mr. Wilton Lackaye in The Pit and Trilby. Mrs. Charles P. Adams returned yes terday from Colorado Springs where she had been for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Lingafelt of Chicago are here to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. James Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brewer and their fam ily of Denver are expected the last of tV'e week. Mrs. W. K. Etter will return Thurs day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Frank January of Las Vegas, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. January are the parents of a son. born December 8. Mrs. William H. Eastman and Mrs. E. J. Flory went to Emporia today to spend the holidays with Mrs. ID. . Longnecker. Mr. Eastman will go to Emporia Saturday night. Judge and Mrs. De Witte C. Nellis have returned from a visit to St. Louis. Mrs. Charles F. Johnson of Oskaloosa is visiting her daughter. Miss Roxana Johnson, at the College of the sisters ot Bethany. Judge J. B. Furry was called to Bed ford. Pa.. Sunday on account of the death of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis left today for Texas and California to be gone six weeks. Mrs. Fred Goodrich and her children of Salina are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Goodrich for the holidays. Mr. Goodrich will jcin them theTast of the week. Mr. and Mrs. James Koote and Mrs. Charles Yedder of Adrian, MicTiigan, are guests of Mrs. George D. Lytle. Mr. and Mrs. M. George of El Paso, Texas, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford. Miss Beulah Tatman of Dallas, Texas, arrived today to visit her brother, Mr. E. W. Tatman and her aunt, Mrs. Thomas S. Lyon, for the Christmas vacation. HANS Zl'PP AND JOHN li. Surprised That the Old Fighter Didnt Remember Him. Afder der incidence ad der Audi toryum lasd night, I vandered back to der oflis in a dark brown study Noislessly abbroaching my desk, I turn on der spotlight, drawss ray trusdy corkscrew and remoofs my vireless tellefun from der lowesd lefdhand drawer. Den I calls oop Chon L. Pressnedtly he anserss der ring, und I say: "Wiegatsenjammer, Chon. Do you recognition der foice?" "Vot?" sayss Chon L. "Dot foice sound fa milliarness, but I haf fergot der name?" I vas staggered mit der blow! He didndt remember me! I almosd chew der neck ouf der tellefun mit angsiedy vile I scream: "You do nod know me? Vy. dond you remember dot time in der Sum mer uf ninedy-sigs ven you vas set ing in front uf der hotel on Tremont. sdreedt telling Biffaloo Bill how many men you had soaked on der chaw- und he vas telling you how many glass, balls he had knicked oudt in sinkle combat? Und dondt you remember me, der sef endousandsigshoonderd undforteenth von uf dem nine tousand beoples vot vent py und rubbered ad you?" "My gosh," yells Chon L. "You dondt mean to tell me id iss my oldt collech chump, Hans Zupp?" "Der same." sayss I. "Too badt I haf tooken a parkav seadt on der vater-vagon. I vould like to setumoop ad you," sayss Chon L. So, der crusd being broken, es id vere, I pegins to ask Chon L. some kvesdions. "Fairsd," sayss I, "who told dot manacher uf yours dot you vos 47 yearss uf ache?" "Search me," Chon L., "but vot dit you tink uf der egsibishun ?" "Id vas fine," I ansers, "egsept dot der back uf der neck vas a liddle skinny, und der hair vas mouse color, und der hat vas Iarche und fuzzy." "Come in mit der diagram," sayss Chon L. "Veil." sayss I, "you see der female in frondt uf me refoos to remoot" her sombino. und all I see uf you und Chim Mickormick vos der nois you make ven you soak him on der neck." "Too badt," sayss Chon L. "You come yet again allretty, und dake a seadt on der chandlier, vere you can see der whole vorks. Uf any vomans mit a skinny neck und a larche hat tryes to gedt in frondt uf you. kick her on der chaw, und I vill pay der egspenses." "Tanks," sayss I, und der incidental vas closed. Den ve talk fer kvite a vile aboudt der vedder und der onion crop. After vile I sav: "Chon L., I hear you say some chokes ofer dere, vot hadt viskers, long, blue viskers on dem." I hearss Chon L. chuckle in his night gown pefore he anser. "My tear Hans. I can egsplain dose. Id iss dis vay: Seferal yearss ago. dem chokes vas new. So was I. Der peoples like to remember me es I vas den. vich, uf J do say id myselluf. vas der whole ting In my line. So vas dem chokes in deir line. Ve iss gedding oldt togedder, vich fss fitness, fer uf I spring a new choke der beoples say, 'look vot Chon L. sviped from der den-cendt teater.' STOCKING HINTS "1 hive two pairs of wHita silk party stockings which, bv the use of Diamond Dyes, have each had four or five diff erent tints at different times io match gowns. I would rather buy reduced price, badly colored lieht stocklnssand dye them myselt than to buy any blaca stockings that could be sold at the same price." Mrs. Caroline Burke, Emporia- jjiamoni They never crock or lade. They trans form and make new afraln. faded clothes color ribbons to match new gowns color feathers any tint. Ail dmirpiPts ' keep them. Only 10 cents. Ask tot the Diamond I)yes Direction Book. DIAMOND DYES - BarilBStoc, Vt. Christinas Furniture Pedestal I - ( Special $1.50 Value Golden and weath ered oak, and ma hogany; height, 1 8 inches beautifully turned and finished. Like cut a W Si K m m r M X 0 MEM 1 1 .it- m m m Splendid Cut Glass $1.19 i 'js.r.cn :" j p 7'. -i i at.;. -J ft V i 9 Some of the Richest Cat Glass Ever Shown in Topeka Cut Glass That's Valuable of Its Kind as Diamonds Cut Glass That Was Vnderpriced to Begin With Mow to Sell for Last Four Days Before Christmas at Thrilling Reductions Buy these magnificent pieces for presents buy them for your own use it's just as good as putting in the bank the difference between our regular prices here quoted, and the astonishing special sale prices that prevail this week. . . Oriental Rugs The gift par excellence Our splendid, genuine Orientals are the finest you will see and prices are surprisingly low. Read All This List of Glittering Values 1 $50 Punch Bowl (footed) reduced to $37.50 a S13.50 Center Vases reduced to. . . . . .Sia.OO 1 do?;. $15 Piincti Cups to match howl, doz J2.00 2 square $16.75 Ice Cream Trays nmt. . . 13.5Q 3 largre $20 Tankards reduced to 16.00 1 oval $22.50 Ice Cream Tray now. ..... 17.50 1 tall $13.75 Vase reduced to 12.00 1 $18.50 9-lncli Bowl reduced to ' lfr.50 1 large $13.50 Tankard reduced to 12.00 1 $15 9-lnch Bowl reduced to 12.09 2 $20 Stem Vaso.i reduced to 16.00 1 $11.75 9-inch Bowl reduced to 9.00 1 $8.75 Center Vae reduced to 7.25 S $10 8-inch Bowls reduced to 8.50 1 $15 Center Vase Keduced to 12.00 1 S6.50 Water Bottle reduced to 5,00 1 $8.50 Center Vase reduced to : 7.00 1 $.75 Water Bottle reduced to 7.50 j eautiful Electric Lamps Greatly Reduced Prices We bought a lamp of a pattern to illustrate the best styles produced by the most celebrated maker of fine electric lamps. We have a number of the finest lamps left, on which we are going to give this week's Christmas buyers a splendid bargain chance. Among them are several very elegant lamps with leaded shades of rich cathedral glass. Other styles varied enough to please all tastes. 1 $50 Lamp reduced to ..$40.00 1 $40 Lamp reduced to S5.00 1 $-17 Lamp reduced to 37.00 1 $30 Lamp reduced to 25.G0 1 $15 Lamp reduced to 35.00 1 $15 Lamp reduced to 11.50 2 S8.75 Lamps reduced to 7.50 Artistic New Oil Lamps Reduced The newest patterns in metal lamps with handsome shades. 2 $18 Dull Brass Lamps $14.00 2 $15 Oxidized Copper Lamps 11.50 1 $13.50 Wrought Iron Lamp 10.50 Jardinieres Special lot of twenty in various good sizes. to clear at Half Price and Less. Statuary Terra Cotta Fig urges busts, vases and jars: rarely artistic effects, at very Special Reductions. Japanese Lamp Shades Genuine Japanese work, very quaint designs, in rich col orings, $1.50 to$3.50. J a f 5 - - S3 H I ti 4 P 'it P w H f , niim in m iiiimii mini in nil n t Ttnr 'nrmmr" -gsSB f Waste Baskets Japanese Baskets in many colored pat terns most pleasing and useful gifts, 75c, 85c, $1.00. Airships Ladis wonder ful Parisian in vention. Flying Airships, a source of delight to the whole family only 25c. BROTHERS. Mahogany Rockers lm ) i f I 1 y BR0 Like cut above beau tifully made and finished chair; elegant in design, and very easy. Very spe cial S4.50 value at $3.39 CR0SB Y Wicker Rcckers $4.00 chairs, like cut, on special sale for four days before Christmas at this remarkable special price- S $2.95 THERS Nod changing- der supchect, hut vot do you tink uf Chim?" "Chim," sayss. I, "looks to me like he could chase rings aroundt you und hidt you four times on der hip pocked vilo you vas feeling for him, but he iss too much uf a chendleman to do id. He iss also too much uf a chendleman to stand sdill und let you wallop him on der collar bone, vich vould be fatal." I i "You haf named der anser." sayss Chon L. "Der kid could gedt avay from me uf id vas nod agens-d der contract, but he iss a goot poy mit der mits, und uf I vas ten years younger, der pair uf us vould be vorf sigs dol lars a seat to look ad." But here I trowed der svitch und wrecked Chon L. on der kvesdion: "Chon, vy do you make dot nois like a eees ven you svap wallops mit Chim? " Iss id pecaus you iss oldt?" "Xod anv." sayss Chon L., indis:- naciously. "Dot iss chusd to ledt de beoples know dot ,r haf some steam lefd ofer afder delifering der punch. Dot vich vou heart! vas der skafedy ENTERTAIN and be ENTERTAINED During the holidays by play ing the new parlor game Joker Poker Now on Sale at Hall Stationery Company and Crosby Brothers. H GET A DIVORCE From your present grocer and order here. Our Food Products are so good that they are sought by the best trade in the city. It's the quality and the prices that have made this store popular, and in these prices you'll find reason for a divorce. Specials For Wednesday: Best Cane Granulated Sugar, 21 S, for $1.00 Sirloin and Porterhouse Steak, per pound. .. ISzO Chuck Steak, per pound 'dHo valfe. Uf id vas tied down, I vould busd Chim like a vatermelon ven I soak him." "Oh," sayss I, und der batteries in der vireless purn oudt, und I button id oop fer der night. J. G. Worswick Promoted. Manhattan. Kas., Dec. 19. J. G. Wors wick has Yjeen appointed lieutenant in the regular army. He graduated last spring from the state agricultural col lege, where he was captain in the cdet battalion. College graduates are required to take only physical examinations. The appointment was made upon recommen dation of Capt. P. M. Shaffer, of the reg ular army, and instructor of military science at the college. A "Joint"' Case Jury Disagrees. Kansas City. Kas.. Dec. 19. The jury in the case of L. D. Hampton, who is accused of operating a joint at 731 Min nesota avenue, in this city, had not agreed upon a verdict at 6 o'clock last night and Judge Holt excused the mem bers until today. The jury had then been out five and a half hours. Perfection Oil, per gallon New Navy Beans, 7 lbs., 25c Fancy Tomatoes, 3-lb. cans ioc Fancy Bulk Oats, 8 lbs. .25c Swift's Butterine, lb ioc Fancy Popcorn, 2 lbs 5 c Good Bulk Coffee, lb 15c Best Gasoline, per gal. . 15c Yeast Foam, per pkg. . . 3 c Link Sausage (our own make), lb ioc Plate Boiling Meat, lb. -4c White Lard, lb 7&c Dressed Chickens, lb..i2c Egg-0-See, 2 packages. .15c Scotch Oats, 3 packages 25c Bulk Pepper, pound 15c 10c Pennsylvania Pond Hoss 3 lbs 25c New Dates, 4 lbs 25c Table Salt, 10-lb. sack. . ioc Canned Peaches, can 15c Canned Plums, can . . Canned Apricots, can. Ralston P. C. Flour 3 packages Good Canned Corn, 4 cans 25c Nice Soda Crackers, 2 lb, 15c Fancy Rib Roasts, lb ioc 50c Japan Tea, lb . 35c Purity Flour, high patent, 50 lb sack $1.25 Best Cane Granulated Sugar, 25 lbs for $1.00 (With a $5.00 order, sugar included.) . .IOC I2jC . .25C Fraser Bros'. . Mm Southeast Corner 6th and Jackson. THE STORE THAT UNDERSELLS THEM ALL. Both Phones 660 pTTrr; ? Our Next Directory With Almost 5,000 i ... f, Subscribers nW in Press orcIer or change can t f . order in now so your name will appear. s 9 j Tbs Independent Telspficss Co.