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THE TOPESA DAILY STATE J.OUEIIAIL THURSDAY NIGHT.
1 s uome to lloaL: omorrow $.7-50 ov v 1 $ia5o Fifty New and Beautiful Duits at Half jrosoy uros. 1 At-,. f 7 ' I (.People sending items to this department ot Xiie State Journal will confer a favor by giving the lull first name or two initials, with all - proper names. Items muvt be accompanied by the name and published. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wuhle's guests fit ,i small dinner last night were Mr. ami Mrs. John .Sargent. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. t. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Rowlby. Mrs...Jtosa Hibbard and Mr. .Richard Thomas. liupsis of Miss La Vere Laug'ion at' a reunion of the T. H. ,S. class of June '05 last night included Miss Lora .Wil, Miss Bertha Rowles. Miss Xadine Lytic, Miss Grace Coekrell, Miss Helen t'ockrell. Miss Grace Kosseau, Miss I'.i-itha Ftightmire. Miss Clara Daniels, Miss Elizabeth. McKee, Miss Myrtle Murphy, Miss Barbara Ripley. Miss Madeline Whitney. Miss Anna Ilutch ins. Miss Laura I lay lie--. Miss Dorothy Marshall. Miss Bertha rtenft, Miss Kosc Mitchell. Miss Marjorie Whit ney, Miss Mary Henry, Miss Irma Linn of Matioon. 111., Mr. George Vea!, in., Mr. Robert Thomas, Mr. Hugh Hope. Mr. Sam Howe, Mr. Homer Haynes, Mr. John Clugstou, Mi'. Frank Leschi-r, Mr. William Rates, Mr. Frederick Thrapp. Mr. Gary Haynes. Mr. Henry liutchins, Mr. John .Right mire, Mr. Daniel Fisk, Mr. (Rove Dolman, Mr. Raymond Robinson of Chicago. Miss Grace Walworth was the hos tess of a. small company last night, her guests including Miss Jane Adams and Miss Ethel Morrow of Lawrence, Miss Anna Troutman, Miss Mario Diicerstrom, Mr. George Vealo, HI., Mr. Fred Parfitt. Mr. Joe Risteen. Mr. Warrick TJpdegraff and Mr. J. Clvde C'orhett. Miss Gladys Boyle is entertaining a few friends at cards this afternoon at her home on Clay street. Dr. and Mrs. V. X. West and Miss Ilamhlctnn will entertain the Kven iug club tomorrow night.-in tiie Beth any gymnasium. . J Ir. and Mrs. L. H. Jlunn have asked guests for Wednesday night of next week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Ashby. who will leave Topeka early in FebruaiT for a permanent residence in Tulsa, I. T. Col. and Mrs. J. AV. F. Hughes gave a small dinner last night in honor of Governor Bob Taylor of Kentucky who lectured at the Auditorium. The other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Gnrvey and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Konebrake. Mrs. Frank P. MacLennau enter tained the. Radies' Music club yester rtav. The meeting was largely de voied to business but there were four Grieg numbers, by Mrs. MaoRennan, Mrs. Charles Kleinhans and Mrs. George Stoker. Piano, and Mrs. Frank S. Thomas, voice. The next meeting of the club will be an evening meet ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Going- for the husbands and a few guests. The Music Study club will be enter tained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. Harry K. Lyman, 1034 Polk street. The AVintellotta club will dance at Steinberg's tomorrow Light. Mrs. AV. N. Knowd. 1127 Quincy street, pave a small thimble party yesterday HAVE YOU SEEN IT? HAVE YOU FLAYED IT? lolier FOKcr The fascinating New Parlor Game. AT ALL DEALERS Jbig 4 me Sale 7 $1 00 for her mother, Mrs. H. G. Stevens of Chicago. Those invited were Mrs. G. B. Kirk, Mrs. Lewis H. Greemvorth, Mrs. F. C. 'lersey, Mrs. L. M. Jones, Mrs. Frank Campbell. Mrs. William Carr, Mrs. Jacob Bair, Mrs. Charles H. Gaunt, Miss Lillian Kirkpatrick, Miss Kliz abetli Gavitt. Miss Nell Kirk.Mrs. Harry Gardener, Mrs. W. AV. Ballard, Mrs. Louis Bayha. Mrs. Charles Bennett, Mrs. Robert Herrick. The Fleur de Lis club is meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Fred Norris, Eighth avenue and Lincoln street. The high school class of January, '03, will hold a reunion Friday evening at the home of Miss Ethel Frizell. Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. J. N. Roberts of Lawrence is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert L. Armstrong. Miss Anna Harrison is the guest of Mrs. Fred Heryer in Kansas City and will stop in Lawrence on her way home. The visiting Owls who were here for the Owl-Alpha Lambda dance Tuesday night returned home yesterday and to day. There were Miss Jane Adams and Miss Ethel Morrow of Lawrence, Miss Carrie Potter, Miss Mary McCown, Miss Edna Wilcox and Miss Margaret Ford of Kmporia. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Payne and their children and Mr. and Mrs. William Ramsbarger have returned from a visit to Albuquerque. New Mexico. Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Ramsbarger were guests of honor at a luncheon given last Thurs day by Mrs. William Huhn of Albu querque. Miss Lucile Hayes who was the.gnest of her sister, Mrs. M. F. Laycock, has returned to Clyde. Mrs. Elizabeth Funnell and her chil dren of Lawrence who have been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Funnell in Pot win have returned to Lawrence to pre pare to move to Kansas City to join Mr. Funnell in a permanent residence. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Keller have re turned from Iowa where they spent Christmas. Mr. Tom Sweeny of Lawrence who was the guest of Mr. Wayte Lytle has returned home. Mrs. C. AV. Bureh of Salina is expect ed Saturday to visit uJstice and Mrs. R. A. Bureh. Miss Lottie Atchison who was the guest of Miss Helen Smith has returned to her home in Leavenworth. Mr. George Donne Hood has returned from a. visit to Chicago. Mr. E. P. Baker who has been ill for a few weeks and is convalescent will be moved today from the Virginia to the Blower House. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Eh'rhart left to day for Chicago to spend six weeks. Mr. and" Mrs. E. E. Arnes and the Misses Ames are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Haskell at Lansing. Justice. and Mrs. Clark A. Smith have returned from their home in Cawker City .where they spent the holidays. Miss Grace Plummet- has returned to Arkansas City after spending the holi days with her parents in Topeka. ' Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Melvin have re turned from a visit to Ottawa. ' Misses Mary and Hattie McCaslin have returned from a visit to Ottawa. Mrs.-A: B. Quinton, Miss Helen Quin ton and Miss Fay Quinton left yester day for an extended eastern and south ern trip. They will visit Chicago, St. Louis. New York. Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, Louisville and New Or leans. Mr. O. F. Wright, of Junction City, is in town for the day. . - Mr. Alexander Loomis went to Salina yesterday to spend a few days. Mr. Wallace Thompson, who spent the holidays with his father. Dr. A. H. Thompson, left today for the City of Meyico. Miss Grace Froudfit has returned from Kansas City where she spent the holidays. Miss Margaret Johnston is the guest of Mrs. Carl Engler and Mrs. Arthur Engler on the Burlingame road for a I rew days. She will leave next Tuesday for Western college. Oxford, Ohio, af 1 ter the Christmas vacation. -: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Danes, who were gruests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford, have returned to St. Louis. Miss Margaret Bucher, of Las Vegas, who was the guest of Mrs. James E. Hurley, has gone to Chicago. Mrs. Lee Redden Gordon has return ed to Walters, Ok., after spending the holidays with Mrs. Charles Blood Smith and Mrs. L. H. Munn. Mr. Charles Gulbor of Bartlesville, I. T., is the guest of his mother, Mrs. C. H. Guibor. Mr. Charles Clark, who has been vis iting his family here, left today for New York. Mr. Ernest B. Conant hasreturned from a holiday visit to New xork and Boston. Mr. and Mrs. AVirt Hughes of Kansas City returned home today after a. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sessions. Miss Hazel Kelly and Miss Mary Con nors returned yesterday to St. Mary's academy, Leavenworth. Mrs. R. F. Criswell and her children have returned from a visit to Kansas City. Miss Maybelle Garland has returned after spending the holidays with Mis. Joseph Daily of Emporia. Miss Helen Kelly has returned from spending the holidays with Miss Elsie Marehain of St. Joe. The Prisciiia club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. George Steen, IMS Buchanan street. The Ys will meet with Mrs. L. A. Case. 1S21 AA'est Sixth avenue, tomor row evening. The Aid society of the First Presby terian church will meet Friday after noon at the church pallors. There will be stereopticon pictures and the mem bers are requested to bring their nee dle work and enjoy a social afternoon. SIMPSON UPSETS IT. Reorganizes Office Force and Lets Out Burton Men. J. M. Simpson, internal revenue col lector, has announced the dismissal from his office force of three rampant "Burton-Curtis" men who have been on his staff for some time. s He de cided that starting with his new sec ond term he wanted more congenial surroundings. The ax first fell on the head of G. S. Pottle, of Butler county, who was removed and Fred J. Kell, of McPher son, Mr. Simpson's own home, was appointed in his place. The place pays $1,300 a year and is known as an office deputy. Mr. Pottle belongs to the minority faction in Butler county, and was at one time a candi date for a state office, but failed to se cure the delegation from his own county. The second man to lose his place was George AV. Jones, of Linn county, C. L. Danner, of Wilson. Ellsworth county, being appointed in his stead. This place pays $1,100 a year. Mr. Trickett. of Kaneas City. Kas. was removed from the position of stamp clerk at that place and J. B. Hippie of the same city was appointed to the place. This position pays a salary of $1,200 a year. The stamp clerk at Kansas City, Kas., has charge of the sale of revenue stamps to the packing houses, and runs a branch from the main revenue office there. Mr. Trickett is one of the well known factional leaders of AVyandotte county and it is presumed that Mr. Hippie is a member of the opposing faction. Mr. Simpson was asked about the changes and he said there was no pol itics in them, and they were all made for the good of the service. He said he thought the time to make a few changes was at the beginning of his hew term of office and he felt that 'he had secured the services of expert ac countants and clerks who would per form their duties in a satisfactory manner to the public. SHAKESPEARIAN FESTIVAL Is Planned for Chicago With an All Star Cast. Chicago, Dec. 4.- Chicago is to have a Shakespearean festival this spring, in which all the stars obtainable in the country will participate. It jr in tended that the festival, whic,u v held in April, shall last frr-lo and that a different play shall be-pre sented each night. Among those who it is said will appear in these all-star casts are Richard Mansfield, E. H. Sothern, Julia Marlowe, Otis Skinner, N. C. Goodwin, Louis James, Eleanor Robson. Robert Mantell, Robert Lo raine, Viola Allen, Mary Shaw, Grace George, Wilton Lackaye, Mrs. Le Movne, AVright Lorimer, and Arnold Daly. The Auditorium theater, whose stage is one of the largest in the country, has been engaged for the festival. As now conceived, Mr. Sothern and Miss Marlowe will be seen in "Romeo and Juliet." Mr. Sothern and Miss George will appear in "Hamlet," Mr. Mansfield will do "Henry V" and "Richard HI," Miss George, will head the cast in "Cymbeline." Mr. Mantell will assume the roles of "Othello" and "King Lear," and Miss Allen will be the star player in "All's AVell That Ends Well." Mr. Lackaye will be Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice," Marc Antony in "Julius Caesar," and Iago in "Othello." N. C. Goodwin wiil do the comedy parts, among them being the grave-digger in "Hamlet." DATES FOR THE INSTITUTES. Mr. Dayhoff Issues Letter of Informa tion to Superintendents. In response to many requests about the time and general plan for the 1906 state teachers' institutes, State Super intendent Dayhoff has issued a cir cular letter to county superintendents, in which he . gives the following schedules of dates: First section Begins Monday. May 21: ends Friday, June 15. Examina tion on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16. Second section -Begins Monday, June 4; ends Friday, June 29. Ex amination Friday and Saturdav, June 29 and 30. Third section Begins Monday. July 2; ends Friday. July 27. Examina tion Friday and Saturday, July 2 7 and 28. Fourth section Begins Monday, July 30: ends Friday, August 24. Ex amination Friday and Saturday, Au gust 24 and 25. Under the plan, each institute will have 2 0 days full work. Sessions are held Saturdays the same as other days. The total time, including the two examination days, for a regular session is 4 weeks. Some of the in stitutes will last longer than four weeks, but they wiil be so arranged that the examinations will all come the same day. This is to enable the same set of examination question to be used at different places in the state. Mexico City and Return. $46.50. Santa Fe. Tickets on sale January 1-16', in clusive, 1906, final limit returning February 28. T. L. KING, C. P. & T. A. FREE AE3SENGfl.jH: FOR WANTS. 'T- r pi n 'v r- r C3 t 1 ' 1 f ? E 'ii t ts4 jUJ 3 Tb Slate JO ' iXY 5 nai prints mo 17" 3 want advrtte K L mevits than an M other T ope Is about eame the resuVts from the dvc"r,arger- .V1.1- 4 murna' How to Answer Advertisements. Advertisements sleneil In care ot State Jburtai, Rueh as "Address A. B. C, cara Stats Journal," or "Address Owner, care State Journal." should be answered in writirv cnl.v. TV rite your answer ac-J ma. t' ceie State Journal or leave K tl. dtate Journal oBlce. Do not asK tn clerks in th State Journal office to S' vou the name ot the advertiser; they can at Kive this lnfcrruatlon. AdvB. Not Accepted Over Fbono. The Statu Journal dees not accept want advertisements over th telephone cor does it mane charee accounts 01 Jliij. The most satisfactory plan s to fcrtng your wan! advertisements to Btate Journal office. It you can not 00 this-, call the Western Union telegrapn office, either 'phone 61, and xell tnem thai you have an aovertisement tor the Journal. They will send ao A. D. T. boy to your house. You pay tne boy for tB advertisement, the State Journal pay" lo his services in bringiue It oown town, cost of classified advertisements is 5c per line Six oromar words make one line. OFFICIAL, yXOCXCEMENTS. JAMES W. GIBBONS OF THE SANTA Fe locomotive paint department is a candidate for sheriff, subjoct to the Re publican primary. SAMUEL, G. ZIMMERMAN IS A CAN didate for county clerk, subject to the Republican primaries. ROME COLVIN IS A CANDIDATE FOR sheriff, subject to the Republican pri mary. ...... W. F. WEBSR ANNOUNCES HIS CAJST didacy for county treasurer, subject to the Republican primary. I HERBT ANNOUNCE MrSELF A candidate, for the office of Register cf Deeds subject to the Vteo ibltcaa pri mary. JOHN L. HOWARD. RICHARD L. THOMAS IS A CANDI date for clerk of the district court, sub ject to the Republican, primary. I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for the office of county treasurer, sub ject to the Republican primaries. GEORGE STANLEY MEDLICOTT. WILL, VANORSDOL, HEREBY AN nounces himself a candidate for county clerk, subject to the Republican pri maries. SADLIER J. HODOINS HEREBY AN nounces his candidacy for register of deeds, subject to the,- Republican pri mary. GEORGE A. HURON 13 A CANDIDATE for piobate judge, subject to the Re publican primary. RICHARD F. HAYDEN HEREBY AN- judge, subject to the Republican pri maries. FRANK H. FOSTER IS A CANDIDATE ior county attorney, huujcui. v . publican primary. .-- - G. W. BETTS WILL EE A CANDIDATE f'r , rr, subject is the Republican - of fc .awnee county. ' . AiiPisCLI IS A CANDIDATE for the probate judgeship, subject to the Republican primaries. JOHN M. WILKERSON WILD BE A candidate for sheriff, subject to the Re publican primary of Shawnee county JONATHAN D. NORTON IS A CANDI 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, DOCTOR INTERFERED. Pi-evented Yerkes from Signing a New .Will on Death Bed. New "York, Jan. 4. The Times to day says: It was learned yesterday that in the hope of prolonging the life of Charles T. Yerkes, Dr. H. P. Loomis, Mr. Yerkes' physician, by a word of pro fessional advice to his dying client's lawyer, Adrian H. Joline, prevented the signing of a new will or codicil, which would radically have upset the present disposition of the Yerkes estate. Dr: Loomis gave his consent to Mr. Yerkes directing the drawing of a new will three weeks before his death. It was given then only because the sick man constantly talked about the necessity of a new will being made. It preyed on his mind so greatly that Dr. Loomis. m the hope of restoring him to mental quiet and poise, that he might better fight off death, finally permitted the patient to have an in terview with his lawyer, Mr. Joline. It took Mr. Joline two or three davs to draw up the new will, and in the meantime Mr. Yerkes became much weaker. He was still conscious when the lawyer returned with the document, but he was in such con dition that Dr. Loomis considered it unwise to have him meet the attorney again or attempt to attend to any business. The hoped for rally of Mr. Yerkes did not come. He lapsed into unconsciousness and .the Joline will was "never signed. The Yerkes will exists only as the result of the care of Dr. Loomis for his patient. A word from him and the name of Charles T. Yerkes would have been affixed to a document which, it is said, would have changed the dis position of his $15,000,000 in almost every particular, save in the bequests to the city, giving the art galleries, the family mansion, and the Bronx hospital. Mr. Joline would not talk about the will that was never signed, saying: "I cannot talk of Mr. Yerkes' private affairs, because they were private and do not concern the public." Dr. Loomis said that he had con sented to the will being drawn be cause he believed his patient was worrying over the matter arid, thought hi s ir.ore reauers in Toceka than ail o" aeiiy itewspaners combinecL Wm. Crandall and wife to A. Bour saw, part of the S. K. 14 15-12 -17.... $4,200 J. N. Canada and wite to 1. M. Cot- . trell, part of the W. -A of the N. E. ',i 6-11-18 1 The Prudential Inv. Co. to T. W Go ing, 152 lots Highland Park addition 4, CM) A. W. Newell and wife to B. A. Fultz. lota 217, 219. 221 and 223 Wat son ave.. West End subdivision. 310 J. B. Hunley and husband to H. R. Blanchard, lots in Steele's addition S'O WANTED SITUATIONS. ANYON.5 caving work that college stu dents aan do this coming year, pleas write Eeth I Cor, president Washburn college T. M. C. A., station B. elty. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy, call up Y. M. C. 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. vth ft. WANTED MALE: HELP. WANTED Cooks, kitchen help, farm hands, R. R. laborers, ship, teamsters, laborers. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 735 Kan. ave. WANTED Experienced Gordon press feeder. Adams Bros., printers, 7th and Jackson st. WANTED An experienced grocery de liveryman. Dibble Grocery Co., south side store. SALESMAN to sell first class nursery stock, pay weekly, stock guaranteed true to name. For terms write G. L. Knight, Lawrence, Kas. WANTED. FEMAT.F UKLP. WANTED Girl about 14 to work for her board and go school. Call evenings at 906 N. Jackson. WANTED Girl that wants home and 2 week. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 735 Kan. ave. WANTED Neat gins, steady work. $20 nio., board, room and pass. Cap. Emp. Agency, 735 Kansas ave. WANTED House girls, waitresses, cooks, chambermaids, disnwashers, kitchen help. Cap. Emp. Agcy., 735 Kansas ave. WANTED Girl general housework, in a small family. "19 Taylor st. WANTED Competent girl to do housework. 621 Topeka ave. general WANTED A governess, one that can in struct in music. 5 miles out. Address Governess, care Journal. WANTED MISCEUjANEOU. WANTED- Partner in real P. Tone Wilson, estate busi jr., Topeka, ness. A. Kan. WANTED To rent a 3 or 4 room cottage. L. S., Journal. WANTED To buy interest in established and paying real estate business bv one who thoroughly understands the business. Address Real Estate, care Journal. WANTED Veal calves at 412 E. 4th st. Ind. tel. 363. WANTED To list your house for rent. C. C. Knox, 113 W. 6th. Ind. tel. 1428. WANTED Boarders and roomers at 526 Madison, rates reasonable, good accom modations. WANTED Every one interested in real estate to call on C. C. Knox, 113 W. 6th St. Ind. tel. 142$. WE PAY highest cash prices tor you cast off clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop us a card or call Ind. tel. 1638. Abe Ja cobson, 500 Kansas ave. BlCMNJESSnANES $100 BUYS interest in Topeka concern, double money in 4 years, reasons for selling. C. C, Journal. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Furnished 3 room house, cheap. Call at 320 Jefferson st. FOR RENT Modern S room house right in the heart of city. 824 Quincy st. FOR RENT 8 room house No. 510 Mon roe st. FOR RENT 7 room modern cottage, fur nace, gas, bath, 526 Lincoln St., $25. In quire 806 W. Sth St. Ind. tel. 5252. FOR RENT 6 room house 1030 Monroe st. Inquire H. C Lang, 908 Kansas ave. FOB RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT 1 suite of steam rooms. Inquire 626 Kansas ave. heated FOR RENT 1 furnished front room for housekeeping 517 E. 3d st. FOR RENT Modern furnished room at 508 W. 7th. Bell tel. 6241 red. FOR RENT 2 light housekeeping rooms, furnished modern. Call room 15, Thomp son block. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms $5; 1 furnished, 1st floor, $7. 711 Madison. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, hot water heat. 1029 Jackson st. FOR RENT Modern furnished room, with board if desired. 710 W. Sth st. FOR RENT Furnished modern rooms. 125 East 10th St., Ind Tel. 1452. FOR RENT Furnished room, house mod ern, gentlemen. Apply 310 W. 6th. FOR RENT A well furnished pleasant room, heat and all modern conveniences, 414 W. 7th St. FOR RENT 2 or 3 pleasant office rooms, all modern conveniences. Inquire 106 W. Sth St., UDStalrs. FOR RENT 2 nice funvlslied rooms. Call r.t the Royal bakry. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. 160 acre farm to rent; also 80 acres. Wil son, owner, 413 Kansas ave. FOR RENT All or part of a store room, main floor, 25 by 50 feet. 916 Kansas ave. Dr. G. P. Lux. FOR RENT 290-acre farm 4 miles W. Wakarusa. Kan. W. J. Vawter. FOR RENT Corner store room 935 Kan sas ave. Both phones 16. KAIJJTHRIX PARLOR.K. HAIR GOODS Mrs. M. L. Field. 819 Kan sas ave.. with Swearingen. the Jeweler. it wise to have his mind relieved. He was not in the chamber, however, when Mr. Joline and Mr. Yerkes went over the provisions of this new in strument. Carried Poison in His Pocket. St. Louis, Jan. 4. At the examina tion today at the morgue of the body of James A. Murphy, brother of Jere miah Murphy, a wealthy pork packer found under a tree in Forest park yes terday, a bottle of poison was found in the pocket. It was stated today by Jeremiah Murphy, jr., that since be ing injured in a street car accident sev eral years ago that his uncle had found it necessary to take strychnia to relieve pain and presumably - took an over dose. ' State Journal, 10c a Week, FOR SAIjK REAL ESTATE. OAKLAND SNAPS." 5 lots near car line. $1,000 today buys 4 rooms. $1,200 buys 5 rooms, 7 lots, near car line. Can turn over contracts for 2 elegant lots in Melrose's addition. R. D. BLAINE. Ind. Tel. 1418. 525 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE 2 lots on W. Sth, corner Lin coln, modern 7 room cottage across rear of lots, faces Lincoln, leaving room for another bouse on 6th. Make offer. Ad dress S06 W. Sth st. Ind. tel. 5252. EXCELLENT HOME. 7 room house and 3 lots, on Leland St., good repair, very easy terms. See us. McQUARY, FIRESTONE & WINGETT, Tel. 1044. ' 606 Kan. Ave. WHY not take one of these farms with small payment? 130 acres 7 miles out. very highly improved, for $4,600, or 80 acres 8 miles out. highly improved, on a good road, for $3,400. or ISO acres S miles out, fine farm, for $6,500. Elias White, 520 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good section stock farm in Butler county. Kansas, on new Ori ent R. R. route, well improved, $25 acre. Would take smaller farm for part. Smith Agency, 509 Kansas ave. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 3 corner lots Garfield ave., clear, very cheap. Sell or trade. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W. Sixth St, FOR SALE C. C. Knox, 113 W. 6th St., has some special bargains in real estate to offer. Call and see me. Ind. tel. 142S. BEGIN the New Year by calling on C. C. Knox. 113 W. 6th St., for real estate bargains, citv and farm property. Ind. tel. 142S. FOR SALE Cheap, new 5 room cottage, 2 lots, good neighborhood, immediate possession. H. P. Miller, owner, 508 Kan sas ave. TOrt SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Loose and baled prairie hay of good quality. Ind. tel. 3514. FOR SALE A small trunk and baby walker, cheap. 723 Clay st. FOR SALE Good fresh cow 617 Grant St., North lopeka. FOR SALE New Cornell incubator. Mrs. F. P. Bacon. Ind. tel. SS9 2. FOR SALE Detroit Jewell gas range, nearly new. Price $10. 824 Buchanan. FOR SALE Pair young Percheron mares solid black, full sisters, coming 2 and 3. See at 2J1 The Drive, Ind. tel. 6232. FOR SALE New and up-to-date furni ture. 1248 Topeka ave. FOR SALE Counters and shelving. In quire Abe Steinberg, 816 Monroe st. FOR SALE White horse. Inquire of Mr. Jackson at stable,' 110 E. 10th st. FOR SALE Best cane or Kaffir corn hay CIDER for Christmas at 1113 Kansas ave. in basement. J. C. Gregory, Bell tel. 4952 black. FOR SALE Good work horse, wt. 125a Call mornings 1005 Kansas ave. FOR EXCHANGE. 80 acres in Shawnee county to trade for lopeka house or building. Wilson, own er, 413 Kansas ave. TO TRADE FOR FARM- J0-roorn house: 7 lots: large barn; autbuiMings; will pay cash bal. X. Y. Z., Journal. MISCELLANEOUS- FREE 1 week's treatment Balm of Figs. A positive cure for ladies' ills. Susie Battey, 108 E. 6th st. WE finish end reset your broken window glass. J. lv. Jones, boo Kansas ave. LOST AND FOUND. LOST Lady's gold watch. Add. on back. $5 reward. Call Ind. tel. 117S 3. 1529 Polk. LOST Monday night, white and black pointer dog with collar mark on his neck. Please return same to state heat ing plant and receive reward. LOST Dec. 30. 1 canvas covered package addressed Historial Publishing Co. Re- wara upon returning to b21 Kan. ave. LOST At Crawford's onera lioue p-nlrl bracelet with amethyst set. Reward at Mi ii;. crane st. LEGAL. First published in The Topeka State Journal Jan. 2, 1906. REGISTRATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given the voters of the city of Topeka, that the registration books for the various wards and precincts of the city are open for registration dur ing regular office hours, including the noon hour, at the office of the commis sioner of elections, at the Auditorium. All voters who registered in 19',5 and who have not changed their street and house number and voted at the city elec tion held April 4th, 1005. are legally reg istered at this time. If house number has been changed or if said registered persons failed to vote at the April 4th. 1905, elec tion, the same must re-register. Such voters and all others who have not regis tered are respectfully requested to regis ter at the earliest convenient date. C. H. TITUS. Commissioner of Elections. First published in The Topeka State Journal Dec. 30, 1905 At a meeting of the city county held De cember 29, 3U05, 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 Lincoln street, between the south line of Eighth street and the south line of Ninth street, be curbed witii Fort Scott blue sand stone and paved thirty (30) feet wide with Shawnee county vitrified brick on sand foundation. "S. A. SWENDSON." I. J. H. Squires, city clerk of Topeka, hereby cert'i'y that the above and fore going is a true and correct copy of the oi-iginal resolution now on file in my of fice. - (Seal.) J. H. SQUIRES. City Clerk. First published in The Topeka State Journal Dec. 30, 1905. At a meeting of the city county held De cember 29, 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 Ninth street, between the west line of Lincoln street and the east line of Lane street, be curbed with Fort Scott blue sand stone and paved thirty (30) feet wide with Shawnee county vitrified brick on sand foundation. "S. A. SWENDSON." I, J. H. Squires, city clerk of Topeka, herebv certify that the above and fore going" is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my of- fit(Seal.) J. H. SQUIRES. City Clerk. TC7WHOM 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 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, 1906, at 9 o'clock a. m. M. A. FBKCHESS, HOME MONEY! HOME MONEY! TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual or An nual Payments, or Straight 5 Year with Privilege of Payment. STATE SAVINGS BANK. 601 KANSAS AVE. MONEY to loan on livestock, pianos, on aiis, typewriters, nousenoia goods, per sonal security. W. E. Seguine, 413 Kan sas ave. Ind. tel. 1179. 306 W. Sth st MoNEl TO LOAM- on live ItocS. nanm organs, typewriters, household goods sn4 iieinunui Bccuniy. u csiscoe. Kan. a. E. G. KINLEY. Bl anufacturer and dealer in all kinds of vehicle. See us about that delivery waon. IK W. 6th st. merer ,es nvn repairtvo. V. 8. CYCLE CO., US E. 8th st. National Iver-Johnson bicycles Bupoilen. repairs. ' C. RODMAN, blooming plant,out Cpw- ive. Phone 87, Greenhouse 12th and Moo. JBTOHAOR MERCHANTS- TRANSFER & BTORAOl Co., packs, shlos and stores bouEaAcu roods. TeL 14. Ciuuioa gkioa?. M vlutncT CERAJIIC SLTPLIE3 A FULL line Fry's colors, oil?, mediums, etc., Hasburg's and Fry s .ijman. gold and Japanese designs, books and, pUts, at 1023 Clay st. Bell tel. 7938. Ind. tel. 7.,2.. FREE DISPENSARY. TOPE4CA FREE DISPENSARY, soma. east corner 12th -and T;or sta.. from 1 to 2 p. m.. except Sundays. Conducted bt regular practicing physlclens tor thm benefit of persons without means wa need medical attention and treatment. F(k tlents are assured of earefu! and consid erate treatment. Medicine furnished la most cases. J. A. ROSEN, Patent Attorney. 42J Ho- MACHINE S1IOF& ELECTRIC contracts: ?et nrli-o. -t "ilnl- den Rule." Tel. 503. 603 Kansas s.ve. PirrsiaANs Av;i surgeon IDA C BAKNKS, Id. D. Office 72 Kansas ave. Resmcnee Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 8 a. m. to 11 . m. And t p. m. to 6 p. m. Both 'pboDes IS residence, and Ind. 131S offlc. fXRNACE WORKS. GEO. E. SEYBOLD. tun-ac work, tm roofing, guttering, spouling. furnaces specialty. Sal Kansas nve. IndT "pr.one Mi J. F. PETK1K & SONS, upnuislerera. u. carpet cleaning works, carpets cleaned and scoured, refit, sewed and laid. Ks-ic Kansas a-ve., -phones: Ind. 7I4: Bell. tj42 WHOLESALERS. THE COUUHL1N Hardware, stoves, sas ave. Tel. 806. liAHUHAl.r. tine tools. iw Kac CARPENTERS AND ISUILDLUs J. C. WILSON, contractor Job work promptly done. Ind. tel. 1244. 12u E t:a st. PATTNQ. CAPITAL CITY VlTKi;-'ii;i sulci, a PAVING C'J.. :18 W. sth St. Mfsrm. u Building, paving and sidewalk lories. STAMPS. KEALS AND STKNCII..H. THE J. C. DARL1NO CO., 73i Ivan, ait. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum tra.1 checks. Prices low. Catalog lree '1 el. JEWKUSRS. J AMES H. HAYhKN. Jeweler ana dan. Complete stock of walcnea, dla inonds. silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. CfiOEKTAREKS. L. M. PEN WELL, luneral director au t embalmer. First class service, reasona ble prices. &11 Quincy st. Botn "phones lul. RAILROAD TIME TAHLKM ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM TIME TABLE. TOPEivA, KAN. The "Right Road" To and From ana Between MINNEAPOLIS IvANSAS CITY l- PAUL ST. JOSEPH KORT WORTH PEORIA COLORADO bPGS MKMPHI3 SiTiVlA. CHICAGO 011AiwABd Everywhere Beyond. irs-FECTlVE NOVEMBER 26, 1905. ALL TRAINS LAILY. EAST BOUND. Le&i iiTexas 41 K. C. Ex 4:3u aaJ iu-Cal. &. Chicago Limited. ...4:55 aiu Colorado & K. C. Flyer..... 8:iju am ;Colorado & fat. Louis Ex. .3:20 prn T5Fort Worth Ac Chicago Ex. 3:35 pro ijZooVden State Limited 6:33 pra 5 Chickasha & K. C. Ex 6;bo Dm 3"c' WESTBOUND. vm 13K. C. & Texas Ex.. ........12.10 am owChicago & Cel. Limited... 2:00 am feK. C. & Chickasha Ex.... 9:30 am ii-Oclden State Limited 11:43 am ifTchlcago & Ft. Worth Ex. 1:20 pm ii gt Louis & Colorado Ex.. 1 40 pm iColorado Flyer 8;3g ' NORTHBOUND. V K4Topeka & St. Joe Ex T! Topeka & St. Joe l:x 3:4q TJ FROM ST. JOE. p , . Arrive. Mst. Je & Topeka Ex 12 30 pm 53 St. Joe & Topeka Ex 8:10 pm No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. UNION - ?ACISia. EASTBQUND. Arrive. No. 10B Limited 7:sni No. 106 K. C. local passenger..... 8:15 am No. 104 Atlantic Express 1:50 pra No. lus K- C.-Salina Ex t:2S oat i0- i WESTBOUND. No 1"7 K. C.-Salina Ex 10:415 am No 103 Denver-Pa c. Coast lim...ll:&5 am No I'- Junction City local pass.. t;35 pes Ko. 101 Limited .... g:G9 jm Dolly except Sunday. AD rthers dajiy. " MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLa (Dally Except Sunday.) SOUTHBOUND. No. 310 Passenger to Ft Scott 2:00pra No. 3S2 Freight. 7:S0am NORTHBOUND. TTo. S"9 Passenger from Ft. Seott. .12:40pm No. 831 Freight C:&&ia