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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL HONDA EVENING, JUNE 3, 1807.
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AT ABOUT HALF PRICE
Our buyer picked up
$1,000 worth of splen
did cut glass in New
York for $500. As a
result we are selling
the very finest quality
at one-half the regular
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prices. It comes inff)
just in time for the ii, P - f .f f 1
June' Weddings so M W ( ? J $
don't overlook it. iMUm
We have tumblers worth $8.00 per dozen at 33c each; those worth $12.00 per
dozen at 49c each and some worth $15.00 to $18.00 per dozen at 69c each. In the
bunch are a lot of the new tall shapes in tumblers that are now all the rage in the
east and are sure to be popular here.
We also have 8-inch bowls worth $5.00 at $2.98; some worth $7.50 at $3.98 and
the regular $10.00 grade at $4.98.
We have vases at $25.00 that sell for $15 and $48 in the big New York stores.
Included in the lot are plain and handled nappies, spoon and celery trays,
vases, sugars and creams, spooners, jugs and pitchers and in fact all the best sell
ing articles, and all are priced at half the usual retail prices.
Your Money's Worth or " Your Money Back
The Fair Department Store
lhe Store That Sells Everything. h 618 Kansas Avenue
The marriage of Miss Helen Xichol-
son. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
. Nicholson' of Joplin, Missouri, and
Earon Paul von Zglinitzki of Berlin.
Oermany. wh"ch was" celebrated -at
noon Saturday. June 1st, at fne
Nicholsons' Joplin home, is of interest
in Topeka where the bride, who is a
niece of Mrs. James P. Rowlev and a
cousin of Miss Flo;-d Robenson and
Mr. Arner Robenson, has visited. Misg
Nicholson was educated abroad where
ehe has chiefly lived since her school
days. She met Baron Zglinitzki in
Paris a year ajo. Her father is one
of the wealthiest mine operators in
the Missouri lead and zinc district
and is a consulting engineer of con
siderable renown. The baron is the
son of a German officer of high rank.
For the past three months he has been
working in the Nicholson mines in
order to become familiar with the de
tails of the operation of the property
over which he will have control.
F.aron and Baroness Zglinitzki are
spending their honeymoon in the
Ozark mountains and will go to Ger
many this summer to visit the form
er's relatives.
Topeka friends of the groom who
formerly lived here have received In-
vitations sent out by the bride's par
' ents. the Rev. and Mrs. Jacob F.
Froe?ch!e. to the marriage of Miss
Iuella Frooschle and Mr. Milton
Franklin Reitz, both of St. Louis,
Wednesday, the nineteenth of June,
at half after five o'clock, Salem Meth
odist Kpiseopal church, St. Louis, and
a reception afterwards at their house.
4311 Page boulevard. Mr. Reitz was
formerly with the old Accounting
Trust company of Topeka and is now
with the Laclede Gas companv of St.
Louis.
Mrs. Charles Curtis with Miss Irene
Nye. Miss Charlotte Leavitt. Miss
Jessie Dean, Miss Mary Willard and
Miss Annette Sunier of the Washburn
faculty. Miss Sunier's sister of Iowa
City, and Miss Hannah Edwards of
Emporia left todav for New "York
from where they " sail June 8 for
Naples to spend four months in Italv,
France. Germany. Switzerland, Hol
land. Belgium and the British Isles.
They will sail from Liverpool for
CHILDREN SHOWED IT
Kffect of Tlicir Wnrm Drink In the
Morning.
"A year ago I was a wreck from
conree arinking and was on the point
or giving up my position In the school
room because of nervousness.
"I was telling a friend about it and
she said. 'We drink nothin"- at meal
time but Postum Food Coffee, and it
Is such a comfort to have something
we can enjoy drinking with the chil
dren.
"I was astonished that she would
allow the children to drink any kind
of coffee, but she aid Postum was the
most healthful drink in the world for
children as well as for older ones, and
that the condition of both the chiidren
and adults showed that to be a fact.
"My first trial was a failure. The
cook boiled it four or five minutes and
it tasted so flat that I was in despair
but determined to eive it one more
trial. This time we followed the direc
tions and boiled it fifteen minutes after
the boiling began. It was a decided
success and I was completely won by
Its rich delicious flavour. In a short
time I noticed a decided Improvement
in my condition and kept growing bet
ter and better month after month, un
til now I am perfectly healthy, and
do my work in the school room with
ease and pleasure. I would not return
to the nerve-destroying regular coffee
for any money."
"There's a reason." Read the fa
mous little "Health Classic," "The
Road to WeUviUe," ia pks.
Montreal September 7. Mrs. Curtis
will visit her daughter. Miss Permelia
Curtis, at. Wellesley college before she
sails and on her return from Europe
will join Senator Curtis and the rest
of the family in Washington where
they will spend next winter.
Miss Agnes Fisk gave an informal
afternoon today for Miss Ann Herbst
and Miss Jeannette Ware.
Lawrence Gazette: Mrs. Pauline
Lewelling Devitt, of Oskaloosa, la..
Miss Mary Bird of Wichita and Miss
Winifred Everingham of Topeka, will
arrive the first of the week to be the
guests of Miss Aiies Thompson' for
commencement. ,,
Miss Ethel Luther will arrive home
Monday from Clay Center, Kan.,
where she holds a position in the high
school. . She will spend Sunday in To
peka. The marriage of Miss Lillian Leeds,
daughter of the late Archdeacon Leeds,
and Mr. Harry Peters Davison, will be
solemnized Thursday, June 8, - at 3
o'clock by Bishop Millspaugh, at St.
John's-on-the-Prairie near Wakefield,
Kan. They will be at home after July
1 at 824 Topeka avenue, Topeka. .
.
The June meeting of the city federa
tion of clubs will be held Thursday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Unity church.
The program will consist of a talk by
Mr. George M. Stone on "How to Look
at Pictures," a vocal number by Mrs.
W. B. Swan, a short talk by Miss Aman
da T. Jones of Junction City.and reports
of the state federation meetings by Mrs.
S. R. Tuttle and other members. A
social hour will follow the program.
Mrs. C. A. Morse gave a luncheon at
the Country club Friday for Mrs. A. Jb
Wilson. Mrs. Florence Collins Foster
and Mrs. J. K. Griese of Los Angeles,
Cal.. who have been the guests of Mrs.
Rousseau A. Burch.
Mrs. O. J. Wood gave a party Satur
day afternoon for her daugnter Kutn
to celebrate her eleventh birthday anni
versary. Miss Louise Wood and Miss
Jeannette Wolcott assisted la enter
taining the guests, who were Marjorie
CrittentoiT, Ruth Crittenton. Edith Cor
nell, Mildred Quinton, Maxine Mitchell,
Muriel Lyman, Violet Crumbine, Mora
Gatchell, Mateel Barnes and Marjorie
Anderson.
m
A picnic party at Martin's Hill this
afternoon is made up of Miss May Red
dick of. St: Marys. Miss Mary Louise
Zanone of Nashville, Tenn.. Miss Mary
Banks of Newcomerstown. Ohio: Miss
Grace Rousseau, Miss Grace Wilcox,
Miss Barbara Ripley, Miss Gertrude
Kitchell, Miss Laura Haynes, Misa Ger
trude Haynes, Miss Orra Moneypenny,
Miss Jennie Moneypenny, Miss Eva
Curry, Miss Myrtle Whiteker, Miss
Grace Lukens.
Miss Marcia O. Brown was given a
birthdav party Saturday evening at 631
Madison street. A number of the school
friends were invited. Prizes were won
by Etta Metzpelt. Gertrude Boners, Vir
gil and Blanch Newcomer.
The marriage of Miss Emma Louise
White of Los Angeles and Mr. George
W. M. Mears of Pasadena took place at
the home of the bride Tuesday. May 28.
The announcement of the wedding will
be of interest to many friends of the
bride in Topeka where she formerly
lived. At home in Pasadena after July
1.
A picnic party at Vinewood Park
Wednesday will include Mrs. Laura
Wells, Mrs. J. H. Runyen. Mrs. S. S.
Chase, Mrs. Mary E. Barnes, Mrs. M.
W. Allen, Mrs Artie Miller, Mrs. Will
Adams, Mrs. A. W. Johnston, Mrs. S. H.
Long, Mrs. C. A. Maus. Mrs Ida Brown,
Mrs. W. Winset, Mrs. J. R. Morgan.
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Notes and Personal Mention.
Miss Agnes Helnrichshofen of St.
Louis is the guest of Mrs. W. W. Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorr Norton of Kansas
city came Saturday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. McClintock. -
Mr. Balie P. Waggener and his grand
son. Balie Peyton Waggener II., of
Atchison, are in town for the day.
Mr. Charles Price came from Emporia
today to visit his aunt, Mrs. J. C. Mc
Clintock, and attend, Bethany com
mencement. His sister. Miss Ruth Price,
is one of the graduates.
Miss Jessie Short of Belvue is the
guest of Miss Laura Southwick.
Mr. and. Mrs. Roy D. Johnston will
leave the latter part of the month for
Jamestown, Virginia, Washington, New
xork and other eastern cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moss of St. Marys
wno spent Sunday with Mrs. C. H. Gui
bor went to Lawrence today for two
days.
Miss Gertrude Reed will go to Girard
to attend the wedding of Miss Louise
tsarker and Mr. Victor Smith.
Miss Marjorie Ilette of Fort Madison.
Iowa, arrived last night to visit her sis-
ter, Mrs, Joseph E.-Morgan. : .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hilton and their
daughter Elizabeth have returned from
Catoosa, I. T.
Mr. Pelham Winter of El Paso, Tex.
who was the guest of the J. M. Meade
family over Sunday on his way home
irom Florida, left for EI Paso today-
Mrs. M. E. Clark of Elkhart, Ind., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. George W.
crane.
Mr. Thurlow Morse leaves tonight to
join, a Santa Fe engineering corps in
Colorado. Mrs. C. A. Morse will go to
.fort Maaison, la., the middle of the
week for a short visit.
Miss Alice Meade and Miss Mabel
fc-Klnner left today for Los Angeles,
Cal., to be gone a few jveeks.
Mrs. Beatty, of Denver, widow of the
late Kev. Dr. Beatty, who has been
the guest of Mrs. J. M. Meade, went
to xsewton today.
Mrs. George Guild and her son. Her
bert, of Sabetha, who have been visit-
ing Mr. William Quigley and Miss
Anne Quigley in Sterling, came to To
peka today to be with Mrs. Edwin
Knowles until Wednesday, when thev
will return home accompanied by Miss
Mildred Guild, who is a student at
Washburn.
Mrs-. Otto Kiene and her niece. Miss
Marguerite Kiene, will go to Watunga,
l. x., tomorrow to visit ner parents
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hotchklss. Miss
Ra Hotchkiss, who Is a Washburn
student, will return home Wednesday
Mrs. A. B. Clark of Oklahoma City
who was Mrs. Kiene's guest, left this
morning.
Mr. Carl Trapp spent Sunday in Kan
sas city. ......
Mrs. W. B. Swan and her daughter,
Wilma, will go to Hutchinson tomor
row for a short visit.
Mrs. E. E. Hazlett, of Abilene, and
her son, Edward, are guests of Mrs.
Augustus Zahner.
Mrs. Hal Hazlett has returned from
a visit in Abilene.
Mr. Scott Lord and Mr. Bayard Whit
ney, of Kansas City, spent Sunday in
Topeka.
Miss Elsie Wood, of Great Bend, is
the guest of Miss Lugrace Whitmer.
Mr. Wooster Cooper and his daugh
ter, Mrs. Wilbur H. Cooper of Steuben
ville, Ohio, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Chaney on the way to New
Mexico to spend ten days.
Mrs. A. J. Best, of Centralia, is the
guest of her daughter. Miss Vera Best,
at the Sigma Delta Psi house, Wash
burn college.
Miss Anna Marie Walsh will attend
the Eta ITpsilon Gamma Sorority con
clave in St.- Louis this month.
Lawrence World: Miss Margaret Lynn
left today for Topeka, from there she
What is it?
In point of fact, it is the freedom
from poisonous and spurious in
gredients, the excellence in flavor,
that gives to
flavoring Vanilla
Extracts S.
their wide popularity and increas
ing sale. The retail grocers are
learning that quality rather than
price is necessary to retain the
confidence of customers and make
a successful business.
goes to her home in Missouri. Miss
Lynn sails June 12, for Europe, where
she will spend the next year in study.
Mrs. Ralph Martin, and her daugh
ter Alice left today for- Meadville. Pa.,
where they will spend the ' summer
with Mrs. Martin's parents.
Mr, Archie Mulholland, who has
been in Chicago for the past -four
years, will arrive in Topeka today for
a visit to his mother, Mrs. Marion Mul
holland. Mrs. C. J. Jones and her daughter,
Misa Jessie Jones. - have returned to
Topeka from Lawrence, where Miss
I Jones has been attending the univer
sity.
Miss Florence Mehf of Leavenworth
is the guest for a few days of her
aunt, Mrs. S. R., Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. - Graves came
Sunday from Kansas City to visit. rela
tives. Mr. Graves went back Sunday
night. Mrs. Graves remains until
Wednesday and then will go to Em
poria to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ray.
Mrs. S. J. Bear and Miss Edna Bear
went to Osage City today to spend a
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hopkins will go
to Lawrence Tuesday to attend com
mencement at the State university.
Mr. R. W. Blair, Mr. W. A. L.
Thompson. Mr. -Charles Blood Smith,
Mr. Fred Vandegrif t. - General Wilder
S. Metcalf. Judge William R. Smith
and Major Alvarado M. Fuller return
ed Saturday from a fishing trip to Mis
souri and Arkansas;-
Mrs. J. P. Kaster and her daughte
will leave Saturday for a visit in Fort
Madison, la., and wtlj then take a trip
down the Mississippi.
Mr. Walter G. Brain- of Kansas City
and Mr. Fred Jameson of Leaven
worth, who were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert T. Reid, have return
ed home. ...
Mrs. Arthur Nichols and Miss Nellie
Clough have returned from a short
visit in Leavenworth. - -
Governor S. J. Crawford of Baxter
Springs arrived Sunday for a visit to
nis aaugnter, jvirs. Arinur capper.
Mrs. Florence Collins Porter an
Mrs. J. K. Griese of Los Angeles, Cal
who are the guests of Mrs. Rousseau
A. Burch, left today rpr Kansas city
and from there win. go to Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Soper of Vlnita,
I. T.. arrived Saturday for a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. J. . Farnsworth
Dr. Ida C. Barnes left Saturday to
attend the National American Medical
association at Atlantic City. She wi
visit in New York and Philadelphia be
fore returning. - -
Miss Gertrude Sellet and Miss Ma
belle Sellet of Alexandria, Neb., who
have been spending a w-eek with Miss
Florence Wellcome, returned to their
home today. Miss Margaret Wellcome
accompanied them.
Mrs. Myrtle Davis-Gage has return
ed from a visit In St. Louis.
Miss Effie Crannell of Kansas City
is the guest- of Miss Ora Moneypenny,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Connell, Mr. an
Mrs. J. R. Koontz and Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Houghton of Chicago will leave
today on a trip, through Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Falkiner re
turned Sunday from Dee Moines, Ia.
Miss Mabel Arnold of Valley Falls
Is the guest of Miss Maud McVey.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Myers hav
returned from a visit in Kansas City.
Mrs. James Mount of Kansas City Is
the guest of Mrs. ArS.' Andrews an
Mrs. A. A. Rodgers. --
Mrs. Frank 'Thompson will attend
commencement at the State University
tuesday. '.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Crane- have
returned to Philiipsburg, Kan., after a
visit to Mr. and Mrs:1 John Q. ' Royce,
Mrs. Eva Blaunt of St. Joseph, Mo.
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Royce.
. Mr.' and Mrs. Frank William -of Be
jolt were -the- guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. w. G. Dickie.
Miss Clara Fleishman -will go to
Lawrence Wednesday to attend the
Owl conclave and will be the guest o
miss Helen Starr. Miss Marguerite
Mills, Miss Grace Koontz, Miss Marie
i-iagerstrom ana Aliss Marion Thomp
son will also attend 'the conclave.
Miss Jessie Guild of Sabetha is the
guest of Mrs. Edwin Knowles and Mrs.
Arthur M. Hyde. Mrs. George Guild
or babetha arrived today from Sterl
ing, for a short visit to Mrs. Knowles.
Her daughter Miss Mildred Guild, who
has been attending Washburn will re
turn to Sabetha Wednesday with her.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson went to
Ellsworth Saturday to spend a week,
Mr -and Mrs, C. W, Merriam will go
to their farm this week to spend the
summer.
Mrs. R. T. Herrick and her daugh
ters, sareua ana uenevieve returned
to Kansas City Sunday after a visit a
the J. P. Davis home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Doran will ro to
Lawrence Muesaay for commencemen
at the university. They will be the
guests of Mrs. Doran s mother. Mrs.
W. B. Woodward, who expects to leave
shortly for the north to spend the
summer.
Miss Ruth Drolllnger, . of Ashton
Idaho, who has been studying music in
Chicago tne past year, is visiting Mrs.
Cr. II. CiTIggS. -
Mrs. P. L. Wise. 434 Shawnee nve.
nue, and her son and daughter", Loye
and Paul, leave tonight for a perman
ent nome in Portland, Oregon.
Miss Ida Cromwell, 1430 North Kan-
saB avenue, leaves for Portland,' Or.,
for a visit tonight. -
Mrs. W. C. Hamilton returned Sun
day from Excelsior Springs, where she
has Been tor two or three weeks.
Mrs. Haller and daughter. Florence.
or Kansas city, who have been in To
peka, - have gone to Holton accort
panied by Mrs. Henry Page, to visit
another sister, Mrs. M. Baker and family.
Saiina Journal: Miss Myrtle Waldroa
of Topeka, arrived in the city today
for a few days' visit with Miss Minnie
Hunt.
The Unitarian ladies will have a fine
line of aprons on pale in the church
parlors. Tuesday evening at the Sun
day school ice cream and strawberry
social.
sintafiMes
is
VAILEY FALLS TEAM WOJT.
Beat Osawklo Nine In a Hot Game by
One Run.
Valley Falls, Kan., June 3. Valley
Falls w. n an exciting game from
Osawkie on the local grounds this after
noon winning byaone run in the ninth
inning. The feature of the game was a
long running catch by Anderson of
Valley Falls which saved the day. The
score: R.H.E.
Valley Falls ;..8 10 6
Osawkie 7 5 12
Batteries: Valley Falls Jackson and
Burdlck; Osawkie White and Woolford.
Umpire Kemper.' Time of game 1:40.
Death of Miss Mossier.
Kansas City, June 3. Miss Hettie
Mossier, 25 years old, the oldest daugh
ter of I. N. Mossier, a traveling sales
man of Lawrence, Kan., died Saturday
at 3321 Forest avenue. Miss Mossier
was graduated from the University of
Kansas in 1904 and from the University
of Chicago the following year. - She was
appointed an instructor in French at the
University of Kansas . two years ago.
Hard study and nervous troubles were
the cause of her death. She leaves be-
nirlcia hdr nt)rnt twn Nictare fioHla
Mossier and Gertie Mossier, newspaper I
women of Lawrence, Kan.
Train No. 8 was several hours late
this morning on account of a derail
ment on the western division. The
train arrived here at 9:35.
Captain R. M. Splvey, inspector of
tne Harvey system is In the city from
Albuquerque visiting with his family.
Harry Wilson of Lawrence was in
Topeka over Sunday visiting with his
parents.
Engineer W. H. Jones, who has held
a run- in the local pool for some time,
has resigned his position- with the
Santa Fe.
Alex Voight, the local electrical in
spector has been transferred to New
ton for a week, to take the place of
Herschel Matthews who has taken a
short layoff.
Mrs. Porter Mitchell left yesterday
to join her husband, who is connected
with the electrical department of the
Santa Fe in Chicago.
Master Mechanic George W. Taylor
of Arkansas City, who has been in To
peka for several days on business, has
returned to Arkansas City.
Engine No. t was taken out on trial
trip this morning by Engineer J. N.
Kelly.
The meeting of the board of direc
tors of the R. R. T. M. C. A. has been
postponed until a week from Wednes
day, on account of several of the mem
bers of the committee being out of
the city.
Conductor A. Hewitson, who has
been assigned to runs Nos. 119 and 120
between Topeka and Atchison for
some time has resigned his position.
' Engineer Ed Ash- is in the place of
Engineer John Higgins on runs Nos.
109 tend 110, the Kansas City plug
runs while the latter is laying off for
a few days.
Engineer Joe Gossard is running in
the place -f Engineer Gilpin on runs
Nos. 13 and 18 between Topeka and
Newton.
Mrs. Ray L. Bailey, wife of the as
sistant foreman of the electrical de
partment at Chicago, left yesterday to
join her husband at that place and to
make that her permanent residence.
Keith Wilson traveling freight au
ditor has returned to Newton after
visiting with his parents to Topeka for
a few days.
Engineer Andy Neugebauer is run
ning in the place of Engineer John
Hand while the latter is laying off.
The membership committee of the
ti. iz. . c, . A; wi 11 meet tomorrow
night at-6:20 at which time supper
wui oe serves, to the members. The
membership .of.- the association this
months shows- a- net increase of six
members, although ."during the entire
month 127 -new members w-ere report
ed, making the total membership of
efUSt ItlC
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) THE i If
)) U NEW f l
(i OIL STOVE H
No matter what you
may wish to -'cook,
the New Perfection
Oil Stove will give you just the right degree of heat
instantly. No uncertainty with this stove. It's
the perfected oil stove embodies new features, new
principles. On washing and ironing days the
Wick Blue Flame Oil Coolt-Stove
will cut the work in two. Gives quick results with
out overheating the kitchen. Made in three sizes.
Every stove warranted. If not at your dealer's,
write our nearest agency for descriptive circular.
The
Lamp
is the best lamp, for all-round household
use. Made of brass throughout and beau
tifully nickeled.' Perfectly constructed;
absolutely safe; unexcelled in light-giving
power; an ornament to any room. Every
lamp warranted. .If not at your dealer's,
write to our nearest agency.
STANDARD OH. COMPANY
OiicaaraUTEW (
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the association 1542.
Division Superintendent G. E. Ayer
of the western division, has returned
to his home at Dodge City, after hav
ing neen in Topeka for the time card
meeting.
. Brakeman Harper has been tempor
rarily assigned ' to the construction
train at Osage City.
Dr. White, physical director of th
B. R. T. M. C. A., left last night for
an extended eastern trip.
Trainmaster Shaffer has returned tn
Newton after having been in the city
tor some time.
. C. B. Gold, foreman of the round
house at Purcell is in the local hnsmtal
where he is being treated.
A house cleaning camnale-n has
been inaugurated at the R. R. T. M.
C. A. and various improvements have
been made. All the rooms in the
building have been alabastined.
Switchman and Mrs. Ed Mortran
have gone to Leavenworth for a short
visit with Mrs. Morgan's parents.
Engine No. 539 has been sent to
Newton for passenger service.
Operator E. Johnson of the nio-Vif
trick in the local office, has been trans
ferred to Emporia for two weeks ser
vice, before returning to work in the
local office.
Mrs. Robinson." the matron nf tha
R. R. Y. M. C. A is laying off for a
few days' and Mrs.' Howard s taking
her place.
Engine'No. 907 recently turned out
or tne local shops has been sent to La
Junta, where it will be used in service
on tne rxew Mexico division
Walter Smith, news agent on the
Kansas City plug runs, is laying off on
account; or a sore Knee and Walter
osceuo or tne jocai news stand Is run
ning in nis place.
A change has been made in the shop
meeting which will be in effect this
week. The coach shop meeting will
hereafter be held on Wednesday and
tne meetings in tne machine shops
will be held Thursdays. Rev. E. G.
Paddock will speak in the coach shops
this noon and' ReV. Frank E. Mailory
will speak in the machine shops
xnursaay.
The 63 new chair cars and smokers
of the Santa Fe which are to be used
in place of the old type are being sent
through Topeka at the rate of two a
day. The new chair car is electric
lighted and it is said that as soon as
the old cars are done away with, the
Pintsch gas and the Santa Fe will part
company. The electric light is re
garded as the safer proposition than
the gas owing to the danger from fire
and in case of a wreck. The light is
created the same as has been used on
the Pullman service for some time, the
generator being run by means of a
belt attached to the axie, each car alsoH
being provided with a storage battery.
Each car Is provided with 53 lamps of
8-candle power each which certainly
ought to be light enough for the most
fastidious.
Mr. and Mrs. William Devney'have
returned to their home in Emporia
after a short visit' with friends and
relatives on the East side.
Sweeping Clearance Sale
for June
r
Tuesday Bargains
in Dress Hats
$2.00 Buys a Neat Black
Trimmed Street Hat.
$2.00 Buys a Pretty Trim
med White Hat.
$2.00 Buys a Pretty Trim
med Hat in Natural
Colors.
Children's Shaped Hats
trimmed, one-half price.
Children's Straw Flats, 35c
MRS. C H. MORRISON
603 Kansas Avenue.
LAUNDRY
Bundles received by 9 a. m. finished
same day if desired, no extra charge.
Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing
FAMILY WASHING
3c to 5c a pound. Flat work ironed.
Superior work and service.
TOPEKA LAUNDRY CO.
Phones 153 ' Second and Ouincv
A CREAM
buaranteed to ramni Freckles, Pimples.
Liver-Soot. Tan. Sallowness. ale. In 10 to
2J days. 60c and SI. 00 by druggists.
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Souvenir Stamps
2 TOPEKA VIEWS SIZE OF POSAGE STAMP
Perforated and gummed-used as
letter seals, envelope corners, etc.
PRICE 10c PER BOOK
Book has 24 views not found
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623 KAXSAS AVENUE
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TRAINS
A DAY to
:cansas
Leave
Topeka.
4:30 A. M.
5:40 A. M.
8:K) A. M.
3:2J P. M.
3:65 P. M.
6.47 P. M.
7:5fi P. M.
I Returning
L.v. Kana City
a. yi.
:65 A. JL
11.00 A. M.
11:20 A. M.
6.10 P. M.
9:40 P. M.
10:00 P. M.
CITY
E0CBL& TRACK-NO STOPS -FA8T TIME
TICKET OFFICES
FIRST AND KANSAS AVE., AND
831 KANSAS AVE. (N. TOPEKA) g
Residence 621 Harrison St
Ind. Phone 229
J. T. BARK LEY
Undertaker and Embalmer.
818 Kansas Avenue.
Both Phones 287
EASY HOME-GETTING
Pay a little on the debt each month.
at the end of the period, it is paid off.
The only sure way for most people.
We can assist you.
Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n
fi34 KANSAS AVE.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Ind. Phone 1642
Consultation and Examination.
Free.
DR. STEPHEN TEMPLE
OSTEOPATH
Graduate of American School
of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
, 818 Kansas Ave. Rooms 7 and 8
-- Topeka, Kan.
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