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9 1 i At the -wedding of Miss Fannie Funk nd ilr. Frank L. Sturges, which will f take place next Wednesday evenii ? ai the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. s Edward F. McDermott 1305 Western avenue, the bride will be attended by her sister Mrs. Charles K. Juslin, ma- t tron of honor, and Miss Helen Cart- lidge and Miss .Margaret Gilflilin as bridesmaids. Mr. Sturges' attendants ; win be Mr. Walter M. Sturges of Oit- i lahoma City, Mr, Harry Donaldson and I Mr. William Curtis. Mrs. Bert Wheelan 1 will play th- , -weddinar marches. The color scheme will be Dresden. J Mrs. P. C. Reil'.y entertained for Miss Funk this afternoon. Monday eveniuR I the Saturday afternoon club will give I a party for her at the home of Miss I Nell Allen. Tuesday evening Mrs. Mc Dermott will give the dinner for the ! brklal party. ! 1 The Assembly club has issued in- -i vitations for the November dance ' ' Thanksgiving night at Steinberg's. The latest silly fad of New York women is said to be the Teddy bear erase. You know those Drown piusn. olnted bears the babies have been ayinff with for the past year? Well, they say the women are carrying them now and that the noses or the f rencn pcodle. Blenheim spaniels and bat eared French bull terriers are out of Joint. Mrs. W. T. Crosby entertained the Fillmore street whist club this after noon. Mrs. T. J. KelLam and Mrs. Edward W. Thompson were substi tutes. Mrs. Crosby will entertain the Monday whist club next week. Sent in: When a bald-headed bach elor, old enough to know better, car ries on a telephone conversation at his club full of such expressions as. "Was his little ducky lamb lonesome?" you really can't blame the chaps who over hear him for "spoofing" him about it. Mrs. Frank S. Thomas. 927 Topeka avenue, entertained two tables in formally at cards yesterday afternoon. Miss Maud Grimes and Miss Edna Herbst are organizing a children's dancing class to meet Saturday morn ing between ten and twelve o'clock at Steinberg's. The gossips are marrying off an other widow this time a young one to an out-of-town man not known here. They say she has purchased her trousseau. The Archaeological society will meet Saturday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. McClintock. Professor W. H. Carruth of the chair of German of the University of Kansas will de liver an illustrated lecture on the Niebelungen Lied. "Only 193 more days now, if I'm lucky." writes a'West Point plebe, "be fore I can Jump onto some poor, new, first year man and beat him to death." Kansas City Journal: Mrs. Herbert Henry Embry will send out invitations soon for a card party at the Baltimore, Wednesday, December 5. Mrs. Embry will also entertain twelve guests at dinner Saturday night for Mrs. A. C. Crews, of GuaCi lajara, Mex ico. There is soon to be another case in town, they say, of a wedding at which a discarded suitor of the bride will be a member of the bridal party. At a dance recently a man met his successful rival for the first time and was obliged to hang around doing the agreeable both to the girl and the man STREET IIAT F A . 1 nd'.raf ."K" walo Irlnt1,, " the under brim at the back b Ss fiiut L ',fd,r,"ed up on the left Bi,Je top of the brim was faced with "he iee hlT,' P,a,tln bIack tu"' The Inch of the edge, the rather high , hiarwJ?, Panne velvet, to within an ,. of the velvet. At the left side or the f rnf i S,"tn, h?e ban3ed with is .through which a few loops of two-inch wide k81" bUCkle was place1 buckle ostensibly holding in place thrJ JlZ ffS d , braid. was sPPa. the (' tie velvet used in trimming P three curved of Alice blue, to match who won her away from him., "Do you think it would create any talk would tney Bay I was jlous," he asked a friend confidentially, "if I should jump on him right here and beat him up?" Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wolf entertained their card club last night. The guests aside from members were Mr. and Mrs. T. J.Maloney, Mr. and Mrs. William Trautman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clauser, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Lawrence, Miss Lu Grace Whitmer, Miss Nellie Weth erhoil, Mr. Charles Gillespie. Miss Julia Whitmer will 'entertain the club next time. The Phi Kappa Phi sorority of the Prate Agricultural college at Manhat tan, entertained at Institute Hall, Wednesday' evening for their pledges, Miss Margaret Johnston and Miss Helen Halm of Topeka. They say you can tell who's the boss of a family by noticing where they take luncheon when they go to Kansas City for the day. If they go to the Balti more, he runs the house; hut if you see them at the Tea room, she's "It." Miss Rita Updegraff gave an after noon bridge today in compliment to Miss Jessie Payne whose marriage to Mr. Day Karr of Seattle, Washington, takes place December 1. m m "You can't tell me he isn't serious," said one chap of another whose atten tions to a girl were being discussed. "She carries American Beauties to every dance and when a man buys American Beauties for a girl, it's not a mere present: it's an investment." The E. O. W. club will meet with Mrs. Beck Friday afternoon. These college boys whose fathers buy their clothes, you'd have a hard time to make them believe, when they fuss because they occassional ly have to wear cravats that don't match their hose, that the day will come not long after they receive their diplomas and "accept a position" when they will feel mighty lucky to have any neckties or pocks at all. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, 513 Taylor street, entertained the Best Bower club Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Moore gave a 12 o'clock luncheon today for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sessions. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sessions, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baker, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Peppmyer, Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough, Mrs. Julia Wiley. This evening Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Hopkins will give a card party for Mr. and Mrs. Sessions. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crockett will give a 7 o'clock dinner this evening at their home on West Sixth street in celebra tion of their wedding anniversary. Covers will be laid for ten. . Notes and Personal Mention. Miss Frances Connell. 1307 Topeka avenue, is visiting in Milwaukee. She will be in Chicago Friday to attend the Englewood Charity ball and will re turn home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Whitelock of Escalon, N. M.. are stopping in To peka on their wedding journey and are guests of Mr. Whitelock's aunt, Mrs. J. M. Patten, and his sisters, Mrs. Frank Scott Davis and Mrs. Albert M. Patten. They will be here until after the holidays. Mrs. George Port Ashton and her niece. Miss Lena Packard or j.os An geles, will sro'txf Kansas City-tomorrow to' stay until Thanksgiving night. Miss Norma Wheeler and Miss Jessie Aide of Kansas City will return home with them for a short visit. . Miss Julia Lola nd of Troy, who has been the guest of her sister. Mrs. Harry Finley this week, left today for Vinita, I. T.. to visit her sister, Mrs. Chalmers Finley. for a fortnight. Miss Anna Speck left today for San Francisco where she will join Mrs. Morton Albaugh who has been in Cali fornia since last month. They will take the northern Pacific coast trip to Portland and Seattle, returning home in about a month by way of Cheyenne and Green River. Mrs. George Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Armstrong were in Law rence for the Frazer-Ramsay wedding last night. Miss Phil Reed left today for Ster- Oil YOI XG GrRL. A WANTS X, Read the Journal's WANT COuoMNS TO GET WHAT rOU AR E AFTER,. JOUR NAL Ap MAKE SUSE. QOICK.,SAtES' jy'J for wnt adi. I I1EAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. J. S. Young, and wife to G. M. and B. A. Crawford, lot 53 and n. 4 55 Brannw St., Klein's add $1,800 C and A. II. Wilson to J. A. Denny. lot 25S and s. V : 56 Arter ave.. J. W. Morris add. 850 A. H. Bales and wi e to G. A. Dick hut, e. 1 n. w. and s. w. hi. of n. e. 14 33-11-15...' .13,000 u. JJ. Butts to C. E. Butts. hi lot 227 and s. hi 225 and n. 229 Madison st W. E. McDowell and wife to N. W. Minard, pt. s. e. H 6-12-16 200 Kicker Land Co. to L. A. McPherson, lots 1 and 2, blk. 5, Auburndale 1 C. E. Butts to G. D. Butts, hi lot 114 East Sixth ave S00 O. Bischolt and wife to M. Andes, w. lot 5o, Garden Place add 30 W. Hotze and wife to H. C Kirk ham, lots 5 and 6 Railroad St.. Richland 300 J. A. Lortie and wife to J. Petro, lots 114 and IS Leland St., Veale's add... 1,350 The Orchard Place Lot Co. to M. W. Burton, lot 67 and n. 69 Tyler St., Douthitt Place add 300 E. Beal to E. A. I'atterson, pt. s. e. hi, of s. e. hi. 29-10-13 2,000 G. C. Clemens to S. M. Clemens, lot 4SS and a. hi 83 Clav St., King's add. 1 I. R. Twaddle to E. R. Barns, lots 527-29-31 and pt. 33 Garfield ave., Williams & Dillon's add., also lots 101-3 and 5 Garfield ave., Thurston Place add., also lots 2T8-SO and 82 Maryland ave., Highland Park add $3,000 Same to F. E. Barms, lots 370 and 72 Taylor St., also lots 569 and 71 Van Buren St.. Walnut Grove add 3,000 S. Barnes to I. R. Twaddle, tract on Clay st 3,000 I. M. Cobe and wife to A. D. Wash burn, lot 13 and s. 1-3 16 locust St., Mulvane & Chase's 1st add.... 1 I. R. Twaddle to H. E. Barnes, tract on Clay st., and lot 067 and n. hi 69 Lane St., M. A D. add...., 3,000 M. G. and O. P. Updegraff to O. P. ' Cpdegraff, pt. res. 1. : 1 J. W. Maxwell and wife to S. K. Bowen, n. hi lot 25 Woodlawn ave., C. W. Potwin sub 350 H. Deardorlt and wife to W. L. Dear dorff. lots W7-99 and 301 Arter ave.. J. W. Morris add $ 175 F. Gutsch and wife to J. A. Bostic, lots 52 and 54 Lake St., Finsky's 2d add 1,250 J. B. Losh to B. Coyne, pt. n. e. H 29-13-17 20 Same to P. D. and E. Lo3h, pt. n. e. hi 29-13-17 500 E. Webb to E. Vaughn, lots 271 and 3 Pine St., Brook's add 5 A. Gunn to A. Dufrane, tract on Kansas ave.. North Topeka 700 E. Walker et al to M. Heery. tract on Jefferson St., North Topeka 200 C. A. Frejd and wife to C. J. and H. Carlson, lots 6fi4 and t Buchanan St.. Throop s 4th add 1,500 C. J. Carlson and wife to C. A. Fredj, n. w. hi of n. e. hi 11-11-16 2.600 ling to spend a fortnight,;viUv"BIisij Helen Quigley. ;'; -: "' 7 Mrs. G. L. Miller of Kansas City, guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Cole, will return home tomorrow. Mr. Byron H. Davis, Mr. Dana Davis. Miss Ethel and Miss Ella Davis went to Hiawatha today to attend the fun eral of Mrs. John Walters whose death occurred yesterday. Mrs. Walters was the mother of Mrs. Byron Davis who has been with her for a number of weeks. Mr. Harry 3. Bone was in. Kansas City yesterday. Kansas City Journal: Mrs. A. H. Connelly and Mrs. Addle C. Davis have gone to Hot Springs for a short visit. Mr. W. S. McClintock went to Wash ington, Kan., on a business trip yes terday. Mr. J. A. Tioutman was in Kansas City yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lundy left today for La Grange, 111., after a visit to Mrs. Willis Norton and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Chase. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Pemberton left today for Cincinnati to spend Thanks giving with Mr. Pemberton's parents. Lawrence World: Mr. and Mrs. Dana Reed who 'were the guests here for a brief visit of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mc Grath, left last evening for Topeka from where they will go to their home in Marysville, O. Dr. T. W. Bean is ill with pneumonia at Keith's hospital. Miss Nellie Baker. Mrs. Floyd Baker, Mrs. Hal Hazlett, Mrs. Otto Kiene and Mrs. Charles Mitchell will be in charge of the Grace Cathedral Guild mince meat sale at the National hotel Friday. Mrs. E. B. Hill. Miss Helen Quinton and Anna Herbst will be in charge of the sale Saturday. Engraved cards, wedding in-itations, proper forms. Adams Bros. The Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. H. II. Keith, 1710 West Tenth avenue. The East Side Embroidery club meets this afternoon with Mrs. G. II. Bower, 401 Polk street. The Progressive Bee club will meet with Mr3. Thomas E. Sheard Friday af ternoon. A birthday dinner was given Wednes day, November 21, for their son Lester Mo:z, by Mr. and Mrs. Molz at their home at 1107 Huntoon street. Their guests were Mrs. Geo. Kern of Osage City, Miss Julia Kern, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kern and family. HE CAN'T GET THE CARS. Karl Rlaokshere of Elmtlale Wants to Market His Crop But Can't. Earl Blackshere, of Elmdale, Chase county, was a caller at the offices of the general freight department of the Atchi son, Topeka & Santa Fe today for the purpose of trying to get the company to furnish him with cars to carry a big alfalfa crop to the markets where top prices are being" paid now for this kind of hay. Mr. Blackshere is interested in one of the largest alfalfa ranches in the state and has at the present time fifty carloads of alfalfa ready for shipment. He has had it ready for some time but has been unable to get any cars to ship it in. The general car shortage throughout this sec tion of the country because of the un usual demands which have been made on the railroads this year is responsible for this condition of affairs. Mr. Blackshere was told at the Santa Fe offices today that every fffort would be made to pro vide him with the necessary cars to transport his crop to Kansas City and that he could expect the first installment of the oars within a few days. Had n Close Call. "A dangerous surgical operation, in volving the removal of a malignant ulcer, as larsre as my hand, from my daughter's hip. was prevented by the application of Bucklen's Arnica Salve," says A. C Stickel, of Miletus, W. Va. "Persistent use of the Salve completely cured It." Cures Cuts, Burns and Injuries. 25c at Arnold Drug Co., druggists. TV.KTE1 SITnATTONi. WHEN you wont to hire a man or bay. call up Y. M. C. A. Ind. tel. 90S or Bell tel. Pi7 red. We have a list of mn and confidential references concerning them. V. M. C. A. Empioyteent bureau. 9th and Ouincy sts - " - ' WAVTFP SMXSMKS. WANTED In each state, salesmen to sell large line tobaccos. Permanent pnsitDo. Central Tobacco Co., Norfolk, Va. WASTED MAJEJIELP. SALESMEN to sell our choice nursery stock, good wages paid, stock guaranteed true to name. For terms write the Knight Nu eries, Lawrence, Kan. WANTED 200 laborers for Texas. Steady work. Railroad company. Ship Mon day. Capital Employment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. - WANTED Laborers to ship south, car repairers, farm hands, hotel help, cooks. Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED Boy to deliver horses. C. M. Walters. 212 West 7th st. : . WANTED 25 farm hands, 15 corn husk ers, laborers to ship, car repairers, bridge carpenters, hotel, kitchen help, men cooks. Capital Employment Agency, Sll Kansas ave. THE ODDITY. WANTED A fireman. Otto Kuehne Pre serving Co., North Topeka. HELP WANTED! Help Furnished! TOPEKA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 503 Kansas Avenue. Ind. Phone 148S. WANTED Men, girls, housekeepers, house boy, chambermaids, lunch coun ter man. Curtis Employment Office, 730 Kansas ave. Ind. 2S41. Bell 1333. WANTED Kansas organizers: fraternal, social, order: not insurance; good com missions: position permanent: plenty of good territory. Address State Organizer, Room 26, Columbian Bldg.. Topeka, Kan. WANTED First class Cremerie restaurant. arm waiters. WANTED FEIAIK REIP. WANTED Experienced white woman, general house work; no washing, high est wages. 703 Taylor st. WANTED-Girl. S32 Tyler st.. WANTED 20 young ladies for the stage, willing to travel; experience not neces sary. Call Franzmathes' Knickerbocker School of Dancing, 711. Kansas ave. WANTED 25 waitresses, $20 month, board and pass; 20 house girls, 30 girls, kitchen work; 15 women cooks, dining room girls. Capital Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED Girl for general housework. Call mornings, !32 Tyler st. THE ODDITY. WANTED A girl, good cook; no wash ing or Ironing, to assist in housekeeping. Apply 913 Polk St. WANTED 2 dining room girls, one cham bermaid. Fifth Avenue Hotel. I PAY highest cash prices for your cast on clofhlng, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop a card or call Ind. tel. 1573. Bell tel. 200. G. Gordon, 43S Kansas ave. WANTED Feathers, highest market price paid. Wm, Snick, 2nd and Jack son. Phone 436. WANTED Partner with a couple hun dred dollarB to take half interest in good paying business. Address MaX, Journal. WANTED Partner; half rmtef-est in good paying business; one willing to travel; experience not required. Call Belmont. 107 W. 7th st. PIPE FITTING, house piping and stove connecting, specialty. Price reasonable. Work guaranteed. - C. J. Allen, 15o0 West ern ave. Ind. 7441. THE ODDITY. WANTED Horses to winter. Alfalfa hay for sale. O. P. Updegraff, 615 Van Buren. WANTED-Comfortably furnished rooms or room and living room adjacent in private home by 2 young men. Address X. Journal. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H M. Bush. Ind. phone 3214. WANTED Horses to winter, best care. W. T. Dawson. Ind. tel. 127S 2. WANTED You to know S. E. Martin. M. D . cancer specialist, has removed to Keith block, S16 Kansas ave. Room 14. WANTED Roomers and boarders at Mrs. Spencer's, 13th and Kansas ave.. nicely furnished rooms, $3.50 per with board. WE pay highest cash prices for your cast ott clothing, shoes, hats, overcoats. Drop us a card or call Ind. tel. 153S. Abe Jacob son. 500 Kansas ave. WANTED To buy goofi second hand clothes. $2 to $8 suit; shoes, hats, over coats. M. Mansoo, 425 Kansaa ave. Call or drop a card. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Nice'y furnished upstairs room; modern house.' 310 West 6th st. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms for housekeeping. $7.00. 700 Madison st. FOR RENT Furnished front room with alcove, in modern house. 1315 Harrison. FOR RENT Modern furnished room; meals convenient. 322 East 8th. Tel. 7572. FOR RE NT front room. -Furnished rooms; one large 61S Monroe st. FOR RENT Unfurnished room, heat and light. Inquire barber shop, 700 Kan. av. FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms. Rates moderate. 1112 Kan. ave. Ind. 3222. THE ODDITY. FOR RENT Nice furnished room, mod ern conveniences; gentleman only. 1030 Quincy st. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished tooms; gas. 711 Madison. FOR RENT Furnished and light house keeping and sleeping rooms. Call at 832 Monroe. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, everything new and modern. 524 West 10th. FOR RENT Verv desirable suites of rooms with board. Mrs. Julia A. Wiley, 1101 Van Buren. FOR RENT Modern furnished front room; also barn. 301 East Sth st. Dropped Dead From Exhaustion. Sandusky, O., Nov. 2 2. Capsized in a skiff while hunting In the marsh miles from any habitation yesterday afternoon Frederick K. Marshall, prominent business man and clubman, and Ottomar Zlstel, his companion, reached the shores of Cedar Point after a terrible struggle in the prevailing storm. Zlstel fell dead from exhaus tion as he reached land. Marshall was exposed all night and did not get word here until early todays They Quarreled Over Furniture. Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. 22. After a trivial Quarrel with his bride of three months, over the purchase of some furniture, Delos Highland,- a farmer living near Casnovla, shot and killed her. arwl then killed himself. FOll SALE RRAIr ESTATE. NOW DON'T And forget that we" are btwlding new homes all the time in WESTLAWN. . Just started a modern cottage in the Annex, at 715 West street; a rooms and bath, 2 lots; everything complete. Will sell for about ;2,500. Have you seen 1506 Wrest Sth? Seven rooms, 2 lots, furnace, bath, basement laundry; rooms papered. Price $3,100 Several other houses cheaper than you can build' them. And the lots the greatest bargains in town; $275 up, everything in. C;?e. D. Lytic, manager, 90S Lane St., or ' ' ' THE STRAUSS AGEKCT. . . . Sole Agents. .107 E. SEVENTH ST. INT. TEL. SS. $250 DOWN. Nice home near 13th and Lane, 7 rooms, lhi lots, barn and shade, 1,500, $250 cash, fla per month. THE STRAUSS AGENCY, 107 East 7th. Ind- Phone 1488. Bell 1630. FOR SALE OR TRADE For good city property, 120 acre bottom farm in Shaw nee county; not in floods; well improved. Smith, 509 Kansas ave. FOR SALE At bargains, several houses to move off Santa Fe shop district. R. D. Blaine, 525 Kansas ave. Ind. 1418. SEE THE SHELDON REAL ESTATE CO., 822 Kan. ave., for FARM bargains. FOR SALE Lots 252 and 263 Melrose addition. Call at 111 East 6th st. Mrs. C. O. Smith. FOR SALE 5 room house and 2 lots. 1017 Jefferson, north; payments. M. Heery. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO.. RKAL ESTATE. LOANS. INSURANCE Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 43 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE. FOR SALE Cottage home. 5 rooms, cel lar, porches, closets, city and cistern water, gas, barn, fruits, shade. All gooa repair. Fine rental location, 3 blocks east of avenue. $1,500. 3. E. TORRINGTON, 109 West 6th St. FOR S4LE 15 acres nice land close to city west side. Could divide. Inquire al 1100 Clay St. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOr'rENT 2 furnished rooms for house keeping, down stairs. 305 Adams st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Heat and modern conveniences. 501 Madison St. FOR RENT Light sleping rooms. Call housekeping and at S32 Monroe. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for house keeping. 700 East 7th st. De WRIGHT. THE AUCTIONEER, has returned. See auction column. FOR RENT Nicely gurnished bed room, all modern conveniences. 506 Taylor. FOR RENT 3 rooms In cottage. 917 Jef ferson, gas. well, cistern, $8. Bell tel. 2311 FOR RENT-One furnished and two un furnished rooms to parties who will take maels out. All modern conveniences. 1 West 6th st. , FOR RENT nOPSES. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished modern 8 room house, 501 Fillmore st. Ind. tel. 47S4. Mrs. R. B. Welcru FOR RENT-J-Fcur room house, 1401 Kan sas ave. $7. Ind. phone 5561: FOR RENT 5 room cottage. Til Tyler. Owner, 1032 Spruce st. Ind. 2062. FOR RENT 1273 Polk. 5 room house, with or without gas. Ind. phone 6S14. FOR RENT A comfortable dwelling at 8'1 Fillmore st., steam heat, natural gas and electric light, modern plumbing, bee Q. A. Morse, Hall Lithographing Co. FOR RENT 825 Huntoon. 6 room modern house, gas, heat, $20. Call Shawnee Gro cery. FOR RENT Modern S room house at 1321 Tyler st., good barn. J. Thomas Lum bei Co., 21S W. fth st. tor r.rrvr MTccET.r.Avrncs. FOR RENT 2 nHe offlee rooms, ground floor, northwest cor. 5th and Kan. ave. FOR RENT Dec. 1, store 50x100 ft 210 Kansas ave. Clarence Skinner. Phono 186. FOR RENT 2 office rooms, steam heat, hot and cold water, mitable for doctor or dentist. Inquire Cremerie restaurant. FOR SALT: MmCET.LAXEOlTS. USE the "Silver Leaf brana pickles, vin egar, mlnca meat. etc. Otio Kuehna Preserving Co.. phone 800. FOR SALE Cordwood. Ind. 878 3 rings. F. A. Titus. FOR SALE Household furniture. Morn ings or after 6, 1018 Topeka ave. FOR SALE Two 153S Ind. phone. barber chairs. Call FOR SALE Jersey cow, fresh one week, and calf, $30. 104 Exeter St., Auburndale FOR SALE A fresh cow. Inquire at 1035 Clay st. I HAVE GOOD BARGAIN 3 IN SUB reys, top buggies, runabouts and spring wagons. Call and see them. Repairing, painting, trimming and rubber tires. E. G. KINLEY, Repository 110 W. Eth. 424-426 Jackson St. THE ODDITY. FOR SALE Good fresh 1504 South Quincy St. cow, cheap. FOR SALE Household furniture. 505 E. 6th ave. FOR SALE Furniture. East 10th St. Inquire at 306 FOR SALE) First class new up-to-date restaurant, good location. Proprietor going away. Furman, 811 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Marble top dresser, $5; dining chairs 60c; 25 yards carpet, $8. 711 Madison st. FOR SALE Mason & Hamlin organ good condition. 313 East Sth st. FOR SALE 7 draper Golden oak drop head Singer sewing machine, nearly new, $25. Ind. phone 5191. FOR SALE Oliver typewriter. Singer sewing machine, . gTaphaphone, piano, horse, buggy arid harness. House 306 W. Sth st. Office 413 Kansas ave. W. E. Seguine. FOR SALE One air blast heater, 1515 To peka ave. FOR SALE 600 business cards for $1.00; 1st class printing at proportionate rates. Trapp. 714 Kansas ave. AUCTION. De WRIGHT. THE AUC TIONEER, has returned. See auction column. FOR SALli OR RENT JO typewriters. all makes, new and 2d hand. The Mac Doweil Oltice Supply Co.. 814 Kan. av. FOR SALEM good S-horsc power motor at tha Royal Bakery. FOR SALE Number one upright piano at a. bargain.,... CaU,304 W. 8th it, ... . FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. GO TO SLEEP BELL TEL. 1131 RED. FOR PALE JtlSCKLLAJTEOlTS. FOR SALE OR RENT My new Lane st. barn, city water, electric light. gas. Both phones. L. Hawkins. FOR SALE; Balm of Figs, a positive cure for ladies' ills. See testimonials at of fice. 108 E. 6th. Susie Batty. Mgr. FOR SALE Cane, hay, delivered. Phone ina. saw. Ij. w. xnompson, west pan AUCTIONS. 3 large and important sales in a few uays. atcn this column for location, De WRiqHT, Auctioneer, S2o Monroe St. BUSINESS CHANCES. INDEPENDENCE STOCK FOR SALE. We have secured 10,000 shares of the Independence Mines &. Power Co.. Ltd. Stock which we can sell, all or part, at 10 cents per snare. This company operat ing in Big Creek district, Idaho, is favorably known by all mining men. Address Mhoon Com. Co., 820 Main St., Boise, Idaho. . . . - . CLAIRVOYANT. QUEEN SrriCI.ILA Jt- THAI.M. Clairvoyants, -mediums; palmists, con sultation on business, sickness, invest ments, speculations, love and family diffi culties, separated united. All work guar anteed. Lessons in palmistry. Mediums developed and ordained. Consult us. 107 W. 7th St., 7 to 9. 1 DANCISG. rANcr??ri' Waltz and two-step taught In two les sons, private lessons any time. Franz mathe's Knickerbocker School of Danc ing. 711 Kansas ave. TAILORS. SUITS made to order $18. All kinds of repairing done.: 318 East 4th st. FREE DISPENSARY. MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some Cases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calls snswertd night or day. Ind. tel. 3113. LOST AND FOUNT. LOST Cameo pin. surrounded by pearls Reward for return to 'i'hroop hotel. LOST A long black kid glove between the Eby Millinery Co. and 309 W7est 7th St. Finder please return to Miss Francis Johnston, 603 Kansas ave. and receive re ward. LOST Between Garfield ave. and Santa Fe offices, nose glasses, in case. Finder please return to room 33 Santa Fe offices. LOST Dark brown or black Jersey cow, dehorned, from 125 Western ave. Tele phone Information 5631. LOST Sunday, between 150T Western ave. and Huntoon. and Harrison, one gold brooch with opal setting. Return to above address for reward. STRAYED OR STOLEN. STOLEN Small black dog. white feet and breast, return to 621 Topeka ave. Phone 4S"3. Reward. STRAYED Jersey cow, 6 years old. de horned, wearing leather halter. Notify and receive reward. H. E. Morrison, 1115 Morris ave. Ind. phone 954 2. UNDERTAKERS. L. M. PEN WELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reasona ble prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 193. jvnxiNG. FOR SALE Zinc piine. $50,000: 10 acres, 20 per cent royalty, large 300 ton mill, enough ore to run mill over five years, netting $750 per week now. Jamot Brown, Miners Bank Bldg., Joplin, Missouri BUGGY REPAIRING. SURREYS, runabouts and top buggies at bottom prices. Repairing and rubber tires. Repository 116 w. Fifth au Factory 414-42C Jackson st. E. G. KINLEY. VTEI,Ij DRILLING. WELL DRILLING AND BORING, F. H. Roebuck. 941 Morris ave.. Lowman Hill. LEGAL. Office of City Clerk, Silver Lake, Kan. Nov. 19. 1906. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 1 o'clock p. m., November 30, 1906, and the contract awarded at that time, for the construction and completion of a sidewalk on Railroad avenue be tween Beaublen and Medora streets, one hundred and eighty-five feet long and twelfe feet wide, to the curbing. The city reserves right to add to the length some 100 feet. The sidewalk to be constructed in con formity with Ordinance No. 114, approved November 5, 1906. Proposals to be made for the walk with sand foundations 4 inches in dejitn and constructed with hard corrigated side walk brick, and must be of a quality equal to the sample the bidders leave with the city clerk. Bidders must state in their proposals the price per square foot, which shall include all labor and material and cleaning up after construc tion and all materials used in the con struction shall be subject to inspection and acceptance of chairman of committee on sidewalks, and all the work to be done under his general supervision and sub ject to the final inspection and accept ance bv mayor and council. All proposals must be nccompanied by a certified check for $50, payable to the city of Silver Lake as a guarantee that the party to whom the work shall be awarded, will enter Into a written contract within 5 days after such award to perform the work within such time as the mayor and coun cil may designate at the time of awarding the contract. City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. W. R. FRISBEY, City Clerk. Silver Lake. Kan. TO WTTOM TT MAY CONCERN. To'vv:HOMrr!kL known-that my application is now on file in the office of the nrobate court of Shawnee county, Kan., asking for a per mit to sell intoxicating liquors according to law at No. 632 Kansas ave.. In the Second ward of the city of Topeka. Shaw nee county, state of Kansas. Hearing Is set for the 22nd day of December, 1906, at 9 a. m. GEO. W. STAN3FIELD. I will not be held responsible for any bills of any kind contracted by the party claiming to be my wife. She is not my wife and I will not pay any bills she may contract. ED L. KING. MONET iy torioan lor tarm ar.I city- prop erty at the lowest rates and easiest term Moon. Charles 6c Co.. 116 E. Fiftu st. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per-wCCVr:ty- household goods, typewrit- ... j. otgmne, a. a no. le. lit- MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. Y ou can pay back oy the week or month. Topeka Invest nent & Loan Co., room 12. Veal block. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $I.i3 week will pay off loan $3 in 25 wejjks. ;. H. FIintlia.ni,. notary pub ho. 906 E. Fourth 3t. Ind. tel. 971. MONEY" to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal securtty. L. Biscoe. 623 Kan. ave. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MKRCHAKTS XHANSFH i'TUkAUS Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. ls. Ciareuca Skinner. Sll Quincy ATHERTON BROS.' NEW LOCATION. Office 218 E. 6th St. Both Dhones SM8 Moving and storage, express and baggage All kinds goods packed, stored and for warded to any point in United States THE COUGHI.I.N Hardware, stoves, sas ave. Tel. S0. lUHOWAUK 'i fine tools. 706 Kin- JAMES b. HAVjj.x, jeweler and Opti mo'?' Complete stock of watches, dia- nS . ; "!, eio. eyes eum:uea sna spectacles properly fitted.. CIDER WORKS. "MamjKfi-s PUKE Amu cio-..u Fridiv6 C ,ry -a Monday. Wednesday. Phoney6ti Saturday, a-io per gal. Indl r.u .- oALVAH. Rr h 2rPn"5 J- A. Poiley, gen. agt., 103 E. I 6tn. A permanent juiri r.aiTi... T-f , " rr: blood diseases anil conTum g "r au MISS MAKSTO.N, 8 KansasvPuTTt receive careful instruction. P "EST Sth AVE. Ind. 274. Bell iLW topeciat attention to boarders. R u. Barnes. s FHYSICIANS' AND surgeons. IDA 0. BARNES, M. Li. Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to i.K a- m;and,'8 P- m- to & P- m. Botti phones 16 retidence. and Ind. 131B office. R. O. RHOADES. M. D.. Surgeon. Dis eases of women. 732 Kan. ave. Ind tel. 45. Hours 10 to 12. 2 to 5. 7:30 to 8:30. DR. H. H. KEITH. Surgeon and diseases c-?r,.women w'th private hospital. Ofrtce &31 Knnr.as nve. I'ri. ALh.i-.Er THIS A,r.v.xr i .. . tor. 318 Junction bldg.. Kansas City. Mn? GAS FITTING. HEATING STO VES'aND Ho'uSK pipings a specialty; work guaranteed; rTsnlTf? Hurl tVTEXTS ROSEN. Topeitl.''l'MCtlJ:U'!y' iijn sas ave. JUCYCLES AND REPAIRING. V. S. CYCLE CO., IIS K. Eighth. National ik Iver-Johnson blcycles.Supplies. repairs. FLORISTS. J. C. KoDAIAN, blooming pia.ts,cut liow ers, paints, designs, decorations. 105 W Eighth, lei. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Mon CUT flowers, floral designs. Special at tention to out of town orders. Jamea Mayes. 107 W. Eighth st. Tel. 377. HUBBARD'S-Cut flowers; blooming plants. lhd.4S. --S2TJ Kansas ave. CARPENTERS. AND BUILDERS. N. YV. MULlT General contractor and builder. Job work done quiekly and neatly. Shoo lit W. Eighth st. Ind. Tel. 1004. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder Job work promptly done. 120 E. Elfhtb st. Ind tel. 1?44. I.- , 1 i' r T 1 - ,r Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of vehicles. Seeus about that delivery wag- -riTFXVr : " RAILROAD TIME TABLES. kxmjkTslaviTsTste TOPEKA, KAN. The "Right Road" To and From and Between MINNEAPOLIS KANSAS CITT ST. PAUL . - ST. JOSEPH FORT WORTH PEORIA COLORADO SPGS ' MEMPHIS DENVER ST. LOUIS OMAHA CHICAGO And Everywhere Beyond. (Effective Sunday, Nov. IS, 1306.) " ALL TRAINS DAILY. EAtT BOUND. No. No. No No. No. No. No. 14 Txos & K. C. Express 4: am 30 Cal. Oc Chicago Fast Mail. 6:00 sm. 10 Colorado & K. C. Flyer... $ ponn. 12 Ft. Worth & Chicago Ex.. S:S) pm. 28 Colorado & St. Louis Ex.. 3:co pm. 44 oiaen niaie Limiiea o:d pm. SC Chickasha & K. C Ex WEST BOUND. 8:00 pm. Leave. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 13 TC. C. & Texas Express... .12:10 am. 2i Chicago &Cal. Fast Mail. :C am. ' :45 am. " 35 K. C. & Chlckasha Ex... it Golden State Limited .11:45 am 11 Chicago & ri. worm r-x.. pm 27 St. Louis & Colorado Ex.,' 1 :30 0111' 39 K. C. & Colorado Special.. 85 pm' 114 Topeka X St. Joe Express 8.01 am : ST. JOSEPH SERVICE. . NORTH BOUND. Leave. 32 Topeka St. Joe Express. 3:50 pm ' 54 Topeka St. Joe Express. 8:01 am FROM ST. JOSEPH. 31 St. Joe & Topeka Express 12:30 pro 53-St. Joe & Topeka Express 7:45 pm' ' 113 St. Joa & Topeka Express 7:43 pm No. No. No. No. No. UNION PACIFIC. EASTBOUND. No inLimlted. S 106 K. C. Ixieal Passenger. ft am. :15 am. JO pm. :20 pm. :S5 am. :60 am.'' 1 nm No. lo4 Atlantic impress 3 No 108 K. C.-Snlina Express.... 6 ro. jv WESTBOUND. No. 107 K. C.-Sallna Express 10 No ii3Denver-Pac. Coast Ltd.. 11 j0' ifis Junction City local pass. 6 No. 101 Limited , 7 Daily except Sunday. All others :55 pm. " dally. ATHLETIC GOODS. GUNS REPAIRED, exchanged and sold. Howard's, Ilu Kansas ave. MISSOURI PACIFIC TIME TABLE. tDaily Except Sunday.) .'"' SOUTHBOUND, ' , No. 610 Passenger to Ft. Scott 2:05 pm No. 692 Freight 7:30 am. NOftTHBOT'Nl). No. Passenger from Ft. Scott.l2:K pm. No. S)-TeisW-.ii.. - . ... ....... ...6:45 pa