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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, EVENING,; MAY 22, 1907. : Utility and Beauty m TV P A7 Us Newport mm : Fresh from the factory today. ..One of the six new styles just re ceived to enhance the beauty of Patent Colt, welt "soles, i . . it -. ' . Ducton, aDDreviatea vamp, (Juban heel, :- exclusively shown by us at this low price.. Women's House Slippers Hand turn strap slippers soft as a glove cool, easy and delightful for summer needs. Large showing of these. Prices $1.25 to $2.00 Bi0 QylC&MW1&& Kansas j SANTA FE NOTES W. H. Hamilton, master mechanic at Argentine, is In Topeka today on a business trip. IFreman Spetter is running on runs Nos. 113 and 114 between Tojpeka and Florence with Kngineer John Heberer, owing to the absence of Fireman.Mc Neil who is laying- off. Floyd C. Cochran of Blackfoot. Ida., is a new employe in the. machine shops. Division Superintendent C. T. Mc--.liellan went west this morninj on a special trip over the eastern division. He went in a special train in charge of Engineer Andy Neugeberger and Conductor Claude Hewitt. H. W. Lewis, chief scale inspector of the Santa Fe, came in last night on No. 6 and will remain in Topeka for a few days on a business trip. In a baseball game in the Junior league of the Railroad Y. M. C. A. yes terday afternoon, the Sharks won a game from the Gophers by a score of 9. to 2. Simpson and Slatten were tne batteries for the Sharks, while Cope land and Leat worked for the- Go phers. A feature of the game was a double play unassisted by Frank Mil ler, second baseman .of the Sharks. -.Engineer C. H. Barrv is running on ' riins Nos. 121 and 122 between To peka and St. Joseph. Ernest Wood, round house clerk at Emporia, has been transferred to Argentine for service and Earl Jett will act as round house clerk at Em poria temporarily. "Clyde Sloan will' leave" for Deliver, tomorrow Where he has secured a position with the Santa Fe. ' Brakemen Ferguspn and Beatty of Newton have been promoted to con ductors and will be given runs as soon as vacancies occur.-..? ,. Brakeman Whitbeck of runs Nos. 121 and 122 between Topeka and St. Joseph has been assigned to tempo rary service out or ia Junta. .oio and his old runs are advertised. The runs will be given to the oldest fireman making application before May 28, which. is next Tuesday,.., Several extra trains were run today for the accommodation 5f the home seekers who are taking advantage of the semimonthly rates offered to those desiring to settle in the southwest. There were four sections of No. 5 and two sections of No. . . Conductor Rambo of Argentine is run ning in the place of Conductor Taylor on runs Nos. 113 and 114 between Kan sas City and Arkansas City. John A. Russell, traveling passenger agent of the Pere Marquette road was in Topeka yesterday afternoon on busi ness in the interest of his road. Fireman, Summe Is laying off on runs Nos. 113 and 114 between Topeka and Florence and Fireman McKee is taking his place. The Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen who are now in session at Chicago have re-elected P. H. Morrisey as grand mas ter. , There was no opposition. A. D. Watts, a tool, dresser in the local shops, has gone to "Vichita on a short business trip. He will return in about a week. - , James Whiteford, general roundhouse Inspector, is in Topeka for a few days on business. - Engineers "Wheeler and Sharp who have been laying off on the Marceline runs have returned to work. Ed Johnson, night operator In the Embroidery, Regular 12c to 25c yd. on Sale Friday 10c yd. Merchants wonder at our offer. (3,000 yards) Embroidery; pretty designs; exceptional value; good widths; both in bands and edges; special Friday . 10c yard, worth 12h to 25c yard. South window display. Window shades made to order. 619 KANSAS s win last, dull mat ton; . . ' -tr' $2.50 local telegraph office, has tnken n thir. ty days' leave of absence and will visit in California. Ray Andrews will take nis place during his absence. S. 'H. Kilsore; commercial agent for the Missouri Pacific at Wichita, is in Ai(jtr.a loaay on a DUSiness trip. James Carnahan of the electrical de. partment left for Chicago last night af ter having been in Topeka for a couple of days on business. Conductor Wilcox returned to work this morning after having been off for several days. Engineer John Heberer went out this morning on No. 113 to Florence for the nrst time in several months. He has been working for some time on the work train, between Topeka and Teeumseh ana since that -has been annulled he nas Deen assigned to his old runs. Enei- nser W. P. Beeler who has been hold- ing the run has been temporarily as- signed to the St. Joe runs Nos. 105 and 106 in place of Engineer James Thomas who is laying off on business for some lime. engineer Ed Scahill will return I to the pool. Engineer J. N. Kelly took engine No. Mb out on trial this mornine. The en gine will be assigned to passenger ser vice in a tew aays. MORGAN SCORES AGAIN. . , . -. I m. uiuiastrs n ureal iirx collection, Paying More Than a Million; New York, May 22. Announcement is made here today that J. Piemont Mor gan has purchased in Paris for more tnan i,ooo,000 the great Hoentschel col lection'. of carvlrigs, staiuarV and furnl ture, considered by experts the greatest I assemblage of objects of the applied I arts and crafts in the world. Concern ing the negotiations and sale of it. the greatest secrecy, it is said, has been maintained for months owing to a be lief that if it became definitely known it was sold to an American, an effort would be made by the authorities abroad to prevent its leaving France. juany. or its carvings, panels and paintings were taken in times of vio lence from chuches. cathedrals and ral- aces, and others are of such importance mat mere was good grounds for the ap prehension that they mlgnt be'Trt some way detained, although France, has as yet no such drastic prohibition on the exportation of art works as that which obtains in Italy. News has been received that the last consignment of the splendid collection was on its way to the United States and that there was no longer any cause ror tear 01 official interference. Mr. Morgan has not yet decided what dis position he may make of the entire col lection, but it is stated that he has al ready given a part of it to the Metro politan Museum of Art, of which he is president. . In Memoriam. In loving memory of our dear hus band and father, L. Diment, who died three years ago. today,. May. 23, 1904. one by one earth s ties are broken, As we see bur love decay. And the hopes so fondly cherished Brighten tout to pass away. ". One by one our hearts grow lighter. as we near tne smiling shore And we know that o'er the river,' ' Wait the loved ones gone- before." '. MRS. L. DIMENT and CHILDREN. You can secure' a fuTi.', stereopticon outfit by using Peirce's Golden Rio Coffee in one pound packages. AVENUE Mrs. Adelia Lang, announces the en gagement of her daughter Mabel Ger trude to Mr. Mark F. Elliott of Denver, Colorado. The wedding will take place Thursday, June 6, at the home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. J. M. Padgett. Mrs, Lang and Miss Lang' formerly lived in uenver and came to Topeka about year ago. A corkin good-lookin' Milwaukee ma is in town for a few days on business and the town men have been discussing very seriously the best method to adopt In such an alarming situation. One fac tion was for keeping him in seclusion so none of the girls could even get glimpse of him and hustling him out o town as soon as possible. But th Brothers Wisenstein said this would never do. He was dangerous enou already, they averred, without the addi iionai advantage of opposition from the town men. The girls were sure to. see him, anyway Topeka is too small, the girls too sharp-sighted and the man too big and handsome for them to hope to Keep mm in obscurity so the best course was to take a. big chance and give all tne gins an opportunity to meet him, ine vv isensteins won out In the areumen so the town men will do all tney can to make it pleasant for the visitor Just to prove that they aren't jealous. The Topeka man who will take him to the Vinewood dance Friday night does no pretend to be moved altogether by al truistic motives but admits that he hopes to derive some personal benefit and distinction from the visitor's com pany, on the same principle that causes business to pick up for the hostess of an attractive girl. He says he expects to be fairly popular himself Friday night ana mat a lot of girls who ordinarily are troubled with myopia and can't see him when he stands directly beside them will be able to recognize him clear across the pavillion. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Copeland gave an inrormai ainner at the Topeka club last night for Mr. C. W. Carey, president of tne National Bank of Commerce of Wichita and Mrs. Carey, Mr. C. S.Jobes, I president of the Pioneer Trust eomnanv of Kansas City, and Mrs. Jobes, who are ln Topeka to attend the meeting, Mr- C. E. Lagerstrom, Mr. C. E. Foote, Miss Maud Boner, Mrs. George 1. Lytic, Dri- Eva Harding, Mrs. John A. Worley ani Miss Emma Viets will leave tomor- row fr Girard to spend the rest of the week at Miss Viet's home. When they say a girl is 'rather nlaln our. grows on you,' " says a local phil osopher, "it means she's a dead one." Mr. Fay Thompson of Cleveland. O. who was formerly a traveling passen ger agent of the Rock Island with headquarters in Topeka and who, al though he lived here only about a year, m 'l II u .-vi i n i" f r 1 n i i t-t .1 . . -. . ... -. . . . .7 . . ...I., ttUU LI ."I UliC ' 1 the most popular young men in town. passed through Topeka yesterday with a party of railway officials in a private car on their way from the City of Mexico to tne east. Two pretty To peka girls met the train at the station here and the other men in his party came out on. the platform-of .ifeelr car and "jollierr' them. 'They told the; girls that two girls "Had come to the train at every station along the line to sea Thompson. - The Tivoli club1' will give A-dance "at vinewood Thursday night. The second annual -meeting1 of the Colonial Dames of Kansas will be held In Lawrence on Thursdav, Friday and Saturday of this week. There are only sixteen Dames in Kansas. Those who will attend the Lawrence-meeting are: Mrs. Elwood Kimabl . nresldent: airs William Stanley.'Mrs-Haoert "Rose, Mrs. Howard BrowJUUK-andJMjsa . Clare Clough of Wichita: Mrs. E. R. Pur cell. Manhattan; Mrs. John J. Ingalls, Atchison; Mrs. Howard Dunlap, Em poria: Mrs. A. H. Horton, Mrs. N. F. Handy, Topeka: Mrs. John Burke Priddv. Kansas City. Friday noon a luncheon will be given at the home of Mrs. M. G. Manley. Friday night Mrs. W. B. Brownell will entertain at dinner. The business meetings will be held Thursday evening, Friday morning and Friday afternoon in the small F. A. A. hall. Saturday after noon the Lawrence D. A. R. will give a reception for the Colonial Dames in F. A. A. hall. - The'Froebel club will give their an nual picnic Friday at Garfield park. , Miss Louise Henderson gave a small picnic supper-at Vinewood-last, night for her guest, Miss Mary Gwartney, of Oskaloosa. A Topeka girl who used to have Soul Yearnings and indigestion, , was thin to attenuation and" wrote cryptic poetry, is married'now and has babies, has forgotten . her indigestion and grown ' comfortably .fat; ; She has given up composition and can neither write "new poetry nor understand the stuff she used to 'write. Once she could sit down at any stage of the game, assume a dreamy expression, go into a trance and tear off something like this: , From out the dark, dank shadows of -' the vast unknown They gloom upon me, all those wild ; mute faces. They beckon to me from the silent places Those wraithlike fingers. To my soul they've thrown The challenge of their mystery; the fateful spell Of that huge threatening grief intoler able. But since she has taken on fat and developed a' taste for boiled dinners if she tried to. write poetry she would do something in this style: "O see the little birdie in the tree And hear him singing in his merry glee." With some women the Higher "Life and intellectual efforts are in propor tion to the expansion of the waist line but this woman put off "temperament" as she put on fat. The wives of-the Topeka bankers gave a musicale tea this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John R. Mulvane in compliment to visiting women in town for the meeting of the State Bankers' association. The pro gramme was contributed by Miss May Reddick and Miss Clara Fleishman, vocalists, Mrs. Don Mulvane and Mrs. William Macferran, pianists, and Mrs. Carlton G. Whipple, reader. - Mrs. E. D. Giles entertained at thimbles this afternoon for her daugh ter, Mrs.. Ralph Babcock of Denver, an'd will give a second par.tyt tomorrow afternoon." -i ,j ... . , , Mrs. 3. C. Harmon-has asked guests Irregularity is bad in every department of life, in meals, in sleeping hours, but especially when it is a question of womanly habit. Not only in ir regularity of this kind a sign of female disease, but, unless cured, ? it will cause other dangerous troubles, on account of the poisons which are thus allowed to remain stored up in the system. If you suffer in this way, then, waste no time, but get a bottle of Wine bf Cardui, at your nearest drug store, and take the medi-1 cine, according to the directions which go with every bottle, until you are restored to health., Mrs. Lucinda Johnson, of Fish creek, Wis., writes: "I suffered for fourteen v( 14) years with irregularity, causing great pain, and would often have to stay in bed and call a doctor. At last my Wiee for "afternoon, cirfe' next Tuesday in honor of Tier riteee. Miss Nellie Rueg or - inaependenc.e and Miss Anna nci usi,; wno is to De a June Driae. Miss Hazel Nelson will entertain at cards Saturday afternoon for Miss tsernice Healy, who will leave in June for her future home in Los Angeles. m Mrs. C. W. Mvers gave an informal afternoon yesterday for Mrs. Jesse Leach. Miss Lillian Trapp entertained this afternoon to'f her. If a man has-an attractive visiting girl at a dance he likes to keep her a good deal to himself and isn't looking up partners for her or bringing the chaps around to- introduce them. But let him be loaded up with a dead one and he gets mighty chummy with all .i ; i .. i ' - . i -,i , : .-1 tne uiiiei ciiaps ill tiiu uicsing room, tells them he wants 'them to meet Miss Blank and stops in-: the middle of a dance to introduce her to any casual acquaintance. Kansas City Journal: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Moore. 3 700 Wyandotte street, gave a dirmer last night for the following guests:., Judge J. C. Pollock of Topeka, Mrs. Pollock, Mr. Charles Simpson, Mrs. Simpson, Mr. Ford Harvev, Mrs. Harvey. Mrs. Arthur La trobe Carroll, Mr.-Edward George. Miss Grace Vandergrift will give a dance Monday night for Miss Mabel Kinney. ' t Mrs. Louis Springer, of New York, who is now in TLawrenCe until after the wedding of her sister, Miss. Leslie Hill, and Dr. Thomas Evans Chandler, of Boston, June 5, "will come to Kansas City to be" the" guest of Mrs. S. P; Griffith at the Lorraine. ,- Mfand Mrsj dyy - Sxto.. 1119 Monroe street, entertained a company to celebrate 'their' 'fifteenth -wedding anniversary. The house, was decorated with pink and whWe roses and carna tions. The hostess was assisted' by Mrs. Clarence Willitts, Miss "Eleanor Holliday, Miss v Frances 'Short, Miss Emily Richardson' and :Miss Nellie Willits. The invited guests were: Mr. nd Mrs. Grant Burdette, Mr. and Mrs; Will McElrov. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. C W.. Willitts, Mr. and 'Mrs. Guy Pinney, Mr.--and Mrs. Clvpt Coddington.,Mr nd Mrs. Arthur Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, - Mr.- and- Mrs. Matson Chesmen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havens, Miss Lida - Havens, Miss Frances tehort. Miss Eleanor Holliday, Miss Emily Richardson, Mrs. Grace Williamson, Mr. Thomas Charlton, Mr. H. M. Hutcheson. Notes and Personal Mention. " ' ' , ' Mrs. Perey Silver, of Fort Leaven orth, is expected- tomorrow ,tq spend few days with. Miss Elvia Millspaugh nd attend the Heiianthus Vinewood dance Firday night. Mrs. Eugene Hagan and her sister, Mrs. J. T. Altberger of Philadelphia, re at Chalfonte, Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. James S. Meiritt, of Wamego, ho was the guest of Airs. Park S. Bangs. 723 Tenth avenue, west, has re turned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott. 915 To peka avenue, arrived home from Los Angeles today. . Mrs. E. C. Wikidal will leave the last of June for Lake C inandaigua, N. Y., o spend the summer. Mr. A. W. Fairchlld. of Milwaukee, in town on business- and is staying at the Topeka club. Mr. W. H.' Cushing- is home from Kingman. Arizona, for a short visit to Mrs. Cushing. Dr. Lawrence S. Chamberlain- of edros Island, Mexico, will arrive in Trpeka tomorrow night. Mrs. W. H. Branch and Miss Hazel Branch of Wichita, the latter a student at K. U., are guests of Mrs. Eugene B. Stott?. Mr. U. B. McCurdy of Kansas City, Mrs. H. A. Huber of Chicago, and Mr. Charles Smith of Dwight. 111., came to town to attend' the funeral of Dr. J. p. Lewis yesterday. Miss Mary Gwartney. of Oskaloosa. who was the guest -of Miss Louise Hen derson for a few days,' went home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tanner, of E.m poria, guests "of Mrs. Frank P. Mac Lennan, have returned home. Mr. and Mra- T. C. Honnell. of Ever est, are guests of . Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Clevener, 303 Tenth avenue, west, for the State Bankers' association meeting. Mr. Hcnnell is president of the Union State Bank of Everett. Mrs. W. M. Cleveland was operated on for appendicitis this morning at Christ hospital, and is in favorable con dition. Mrs. Floyd Grimes and her daugh ter. Isabel. . who were the guests of SPECIAL FOOD FOR BRAINS rape-fJufs Healthy Braini make a Fat Pocket Eook off Mrs. Charles F. Spencer and Mrs.-- H. Oi Garvey, left last night for their name in Dayton, Ohio. ' ( Mrs. Arthur. McClintock of Lincoln, Neb., arrived yesterday for a visit to her father,'. Major Gunther., and her sister. Miss Kate Gunther. -'Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dow, who were the guests of Mrs. J. P. Griswold, have returned to their home in Fort Smith, Ark. rMiss Helen McClintock went to Kan sas City yesterday to spend ,the week; "Miss Lillian Trapp has. returned from an extended visit in Miami,' I. T. -Mrs. H. A. Tice of 'Arkansas City is t h a gues t.of jher.-daughter,.. Mrs. Dayld Gossett. -' Mr?"E;A;' Harrison went to Kansas City today, tq see Maud Adams in Pet er, Pan,:', :-.;r . Mrs. Caii.fericksori will return today from a visit in Osage City. Mr; and Mrs. Jesse Leach will leave Sunday for their future home In Bart lesville. . ' Mrs. Charles Kitchell of Galveston, Tex., is the guest of Mrs. William Hen derson.. Mrs. Frank Barker; who was the guest of Mrs. Norman Keller, has re turned to her home In Pittsburg, i Hutchinson News: Mrs. Allison, Miss Charlotte Allison. Mr. Shibley Allison and Mr. Victor Allison will arrive this afternoon from Topeka to attend the marriage of Miss' Charlyn Graves and Mr. George. T. Allison tonight, i LOST IH MISSION. But in Other Townships the Railway Bonds Carried. :. - r--- : The bond election' Tuesday carried, in ievery township . except Mission,.. -and was lost, by a close margin . in-, that jownship, the vote being 94 to '91. The proposition "carries Bonds of $2,000 for veryj m'ile.of ima-lh, line and the amount is somewhat" uncertain, -'but?is near $100,000. Mr. Taylor also said that the fail ure to carry Mission township would result in a -change of the line of sur vey. The road .will -go .from Seabrook straight to Dover. Pledges have been received from various sources this morning which almost make up the deficiency in bonds caused by the fail ure of Mission township to carry- the proposition. These pledges have come largely from Dover and Mission Creek townships and amount to several thou g and dollars in cash bes4des much right of way. - Mr. :TaVl6rreaid this morning: ; Mf was "verysmuch disappointed in the outcome - "-of " the election in Mission township as I felt- confident that .we would be able to -carry the election1 in that 'township, but the whole thing is a case of 'asleep at the switch. "We had plenty of votes in the south precinct that could have gotten out and voted had the proper effort been. made. We were under the impression that the south precinct would carry by at least two to one, therefore Mr. Goodwin and myself took the automobile and went to the north precinct and put in the day there getting in votes. Had there been a . conveyance at the south pre cinct, we would have been able to carry the bonds in - this township. We "left the, south, precinct at 10:30 and at that time 17 votes had been cast and as near is ,-e could figure only one had been'cast against the proposition. When we ariived at the north precinct we found, that about the same number of votes had been cast there, of which only two or three were in favor of the bonds. We had never hoped to carry the north precinct, in fact I had con ceded it to the opposition two to one and had depended on the south side go ing almost unanimously in favor of the proposition; but. when the returns were counted out we lost the north precinct by three votes and the south "by one. It would have been an easy matter to carry the bonds ia Mission township had I .cared to make any misrepresen i.ino or false statements to the peo ple I could have got at least- 10 or 1 'mere votes jn ' the north precinct yesterday if I could have promised them positively that the line would be built via Wanamaker. but I have been frank and . honest with them all the way through. I had told them that the line could not -be located until after the bonds were voted. I have been very careful not to -make any misrepresen tations to the people of Mission town-s ship and while .1 am very sorry to lose the bonds I feel that I am not in-any way to blame. A man's capacity is so much, and when he taxes himself to. the maximum Jie can do no more. Had the friends of this proposition and our local board of directors furnished pro per conveyances in the south precinct we would have carried the bonds by a 10 to 12 majority, but as it was, there were several votes within a few miles of the south voting precinct that did not get to the pells." Hurricane Kills Two Hundred. T rtriHnn Mav 99 A disnatch from Sydney. N. S. W-. says a report has reached there that a hurricane and tidar wave swept over the Caroline islands-on April 30. Immense damage was done tor property and -200 persons are reported killed. " ' 1 "Father of the House' Dead. London. May 22.-Oeorge Henry Finch; known as the "father of the house of commons.'' having represented Rutland in the house for 4.0, years; died t'odajr. .'. : mother begged me. to try .Wine of Cardui. which I did, and by the time I had' used 3 bottles I knew it was' doing wonders. " I kept right on . taking it, and. now I can truly say that I am cured. I can never say too much for Cardui, : and, I tell every-one what i- done for me." Wine of Cardui is a pure, medicinal pre paration, made exclusively of vegitable ingredi ents, and containing nothing harmful to young or old. ; In the last 50 years it has benefited over a million women. All druggists sell ft, In ' $1 bottles. Try it. ., Write today for a free copy of yaltiaWe 64-paets lllnsT.tea FREE ROOTC Book for Women. If you need Medical Advice, derritx t.tctlT- yc 2.T symptom, stating age. and reply will be sent in pin FOR T.ATirKS sealed envelope. Address: Ladies Advisory Dept. Ihe xvril inIUIii Chttanooa Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn. rm h -V ' - .V-' V II 1 4 . III. m a. fX. "S-?? "PATENT PENDlNGs. L J PATENT MADE BY THE HEALTH-RAY LENS CO. TOPEKA, KAN. None genuine without this trade-mark Trade-mark on each lens when sold. Made in spectacles or eye-glasses, any size, shape or kind. ' 4 Best on Ear t h " HEALTH.RAY LE.NSE.S Give tiie eve natural light, thereby7 relieve, pain in the eyes, eyes that water, headache,' indigestion, ner vousness, etc. ; - .. f "The eye to be healthy and strong must have nat ural light." Dr. Campbell. Health-Ray Lens and Inyisable Bifocals Are Sold By;, . Jeweler and Graduate Optician OFFICE : For consultation, examination of eyes, fitting , . lenses and spectacle frames, for demonstrations and testimonials, at C. H. Morrison's Jewelry and Optical Store. 603 Kansas avenue. Both Phones 900. , - . U. P; SUES SANTA FE. Claims It Is Wrongfully Occupying Property in Xortlt . Topeka. ' Suit has been brought in the dis trict court by the Union Pacific Rail road company to oust the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway company from occupying some property in North Topeka which is claimed by the Union Pacific as it own. In the moving papers in the case which were filed with the clerk of the district court yesterday afternoon the Union Pacific declares that it is the owner of a right of way one hundred feet wide extending from the east side of Madisbn street. North Topeka, to the alley on the east side of the block bounded ' on the west by Madison street and on the north by Laurent street. . The Union Pacific claims that the Santa Fe is Wrongfully occupying the northerly twenty-six feet of this rie-ht of wav and the U. P. brings the suit to regain possession of this bit of property and also for $2,000 for the damaees it has sustained because of this occupancy on the part of the Santa Fe. On the property in dispute tne Santa Fe has built a short spur of track. to seDTdevlin mines. Loomis Gives Permission for Disposal of Tolnca Property. Permission has been given to James E. Hurley, Cyrus Leland and Walter Reeves, trustees of tne Jjevlin estate, to sell the Devlin property and mines at Toluca, 111. 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T His order directs that the property be sold free and clear and under the law it will have to be sold by the' trustees for not less than three-quarters of Its appraised value. The prop erty cannot be sold by the trustees in side of thirty days for advertisements for bids for it must be made for that length of time. From the proceeds of the sale the trustees wli: first have to meet a mortgage which stands against the property amounting to $425,000 with interest. This mortgage is held by the Continental Trust company of New York city. Doctor James Albert lierry. Specialty Diseases of the nose, throat, stomach and intestines. 725 Kansas av. Don't fail to call and see the bar gains in Singer machines, 624 Kansas avenue, Friday and Saturday.