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THE TOPEKA: DAILY STATE JOURNAIrTTJESDAY EVENING,- JUNE 18, 1907.
GOOD SIZED SUM. Over Sixteen Hundred Added to Wash burn Today. . Over sixteen hundred dollars has been 'Subscribed to the Washburn college 1 1 5.000 fund during the past .24 nours which brings the total nearly up to the 350.000 mark. There are still ten days left for work and with several deals which are now on for large donations It Is expected that the amount will be ful ly realized when the time comes. Friday, June 28, has been designated by the committee' as the day upon which the merchants of the city will agree to donate 10 per cent of their gross receipts-to rthls found for the "benefit of the college. An effort Is now being made to influence all the merchants of the city to set aside this day as Wash burn day and to turn over to the col lege 10 per cent of their sales. The physicians and surgeons of the city are now working on a plan to make a large donation to this fund. Several large subscriptions have already been received which will be announced with the physicians as a whole contribute to make a large offering to the school. . . The funds which have been subscrib ed during the past 24 hours are as fol lows' A Friend A. T. Downey A. Washburn E. S. Lee F. M.; Kimball James Gillette Stonestreet & Hamilton , Mrs. Ralph Skinner R. H. Gaw S. K. Barber ... B. F. Coter O. B. Foot Peter Fisher (additional) A Friend Mrs. Clara Baker George I. McCoy James Ecker A. G. Clark Everett B. Akers W. N. West G. S. Gordon H. I. Monroe -.. A Friend (cash) B. C. Duke C. F. Chinkscale J200 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 30 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 . 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Xhn Stillie t TBepnine ix- o. "wb"- ? -r chow L? Shaw Z. T. Hazen Horace Macferran .... J. D. No! ton Matt Weightman. Jr.. H. Ward Page J. P. Wahle W. H. Lininger W. Bolinger M. J. Mercer J. S. Decker A. W. Lacey G. F. Kimball Mrs. M. B. Kahr..:.. William Core A. V Lin dell Jeff Johnson Peter Davis W. T. Martin Charles C. Lytle Robert Lcrraan John Upshaw Oran Layton R. L. Skarce S. E. Carroll Hayden Edmonds .... Ulysses Graham Captain L. Knott Cliff Meax H. N. Weddington Rilda Shesney J. W. Thompson Charles Coldwell. S. Brown . . Mrs. Montgomery ..... Ferla Thompson J. H. B. Taylor '5 5 5 $1,647.50 TOJUX OX BLIND BAGGAGE. Mrs. Amy Llecli, Believed to Be De mented, Arrived This Morning. Mrs. Amy Liech. a woman about 30 years of age, and apparently dement ed, was picked up by the police this morning and is now in charge of Mrs. Thorpe. She will be tried for her Canity tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock before Probate Judge R. F. Hayden. She talks continually and as a woman she insists that it is one of her perogatives to talk all the time, and claims that she came In from St. Joseph this morning on the blind baggage of a Santa Fe train. Boom In Marriages. Colonel George Flanders, who Is sues the marriage licenses in the pro bate judge's office, had a busy hour just after lunch today during which he issued documents permitting five couples to embark on the sea of matrimony according to the laws of the state. The guilty parties were: E. B. Clements, aged 28, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Miss Myrtle Inez Wal dron, aged 23, of Topeka; John Flem ing and Lena Steward, each 25 and residents of Topeka: John Mullis, aged 19. and Helen Nellburt. aged 19, both of Topeka; Pierce C. Chance, aged 24. and Nellie P. Ritter, aged 19. both of Topeka: Andrew J. Swan, aged 29, and Bertha E. Stover, aged 20, both of Silver Lake. Junior O. U. A. M. Meets. Boston, June 18. The thirty-ninth annual convention of the Junior Order United American Mechanics In Tre mont temple opened here today and was called to order bv National Coun cillor W. L. Gilchreast. Dying of Heat In Chicago. Chicago, June 18. Three deaths and many prostrations because of the heat were reported this morningx The mercury at 10 o'clock was 87 degrees, one degree higher than at the same hour yesterday. LOCAL MENTION. VA ma day in nlckins marriage liscense was Issued yester- Kansas City, Mo., to Fred A. ckinson and Miss Marie McMurrav. Beta or this city. The street and walk committee of the council met this afternoon at 3 o'clock and considered the applications for the creation of a number of benefit districts. Enlistments are being made at the lo cal recruiting station to fill out regi ments intended for service In Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderbeek are the parents of a boy. A petition for the construction of a sidewalk on Horne street between Sixth avenue and Seventh street has been filed with the city clerk. Teacher's meeting at the Central church will be held at seven o'clock this week instead of seven-thirty as is cus tomary. This change will hold good throughout the summer. The flrst half nour will be spent in a social conference, and at seven-thirty the study of the three prlncipel characters of this uar ters lessons will be discussed. The characters are Jacob, Joseph, and Moses. Frank Harrold, twenty-six years old, and Miss Celia Clohessy, twenty years old, were married today by R. F. Hay den, the probate judge, , MOXET FOR AN OTTAWA MAX. Wins In the United. States Court on - Lonmici city nd Refused to- Pay. Ottawa,. Kan.,- June- 18 Roy W. htookey, waterworks contractor,' has received word of the decision handed down by the United States circuit eourt. giving a big Judgment to Mr. Stookey's father, C A. Stookey. From .i-ux ui.. iju, -rar. scookey was en gaged In building three large reser voirs ror the waterworks of St. Charles, Mo. The reservoirs as first contemplated were a, little distance from the bank of the Mississippi, but on account, oi tne hard rock-encoun-tered the city changed the Diana anc had Mr. Stookey build nearly on the bank of the river.' One of the big walls was put;, up on no' foundation' save the dirt. On the day when the work was to rs accepted, when the city ofR clals nd .Inspectors ver at the rr. voirs in readiness to accept the work and with, one of the members of the water board standing on it, the wall slipped and parted company ' with Itself. The city refused- to pay arid Mr. Stookey promptly brought suit for icn moosana dollars against the city In the United States district court.' He won out but the city took an appea to the circuit court. The nresnnt d. cision was final and gives Mr. Stookey ueKiaes me ten thousand dollars, in terest amounting to about two thous and, or enough to pay the lawyers' lees. MATTHEWS GETS LOVING CUP. Former Topeka Man Seems to Be Popular In New Orleans. C. C. Matthews, who war manflppr of the attractions at Vinewood park lost ramn ana tne year before, and who with his wife won a lasting place In the affections of their friends In Topeka seem to have found a like place In the hearts of the residents of New Orleans, where they now reside. xiik oin or june was the thirtieth an niversary of their marriage and while they had prepared no program for the celebration of the event, the employes of the White City nark, which is under the management of Mr. Matthews, and me iL.iK.3 or the city had. and the cou pie were presented with a beautiful silver loving cup in commemoration of the event. The Daily Picayune devotes a col umn to the event and a cut represent ing ine toicen or esteem which Mr. and Mrs. Matthews received from their friends. The loving cup is a Deauty of solid silver, twelve inches in height, standing on an ebony base. It is inscribed: "Presented to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Matthews. June 6th, 1907 In commemoration of their thirtieth wedding anniversary. " Restraining Order Is Dismissed. .Kansas jity. juo.. June 18. As a result of the proceedings here yester day in the federal court. Attorney general tiaaiey today - went before Judge Park in the circuit court and secured the dismissal of the restrain ing orders obtained by the state last week ordering the railways of Mis sourl to obey the maximum freight ana tne two cent laws. The court granted permission to renew the re straining orders again at tie expira tion or so days ir the state so desires. Killed by an Automobile. Martin City, Mo., June 18. George ix-e, proprietor of the Martin City hotel was found dead three miles from here on the roadway early today. It Is b lieved Lee was struck by an automobile and killed. Tha coroner -is Investigat ing ,- -.--.. - Train Dispatches Meet. -, Boston, June 18. A delegate from ev pry -section of the continent was present today at the opening of the twentieth annual convention of the train dispatch ers association of America. Matters of interest to the traveling public as re gards the speedy and safe movement of trains will come up for discussion. : Died From a Sunstroke. Leavenworth. Kan., June 18. Wil liam Stewart, a veteran from the Sol diers' home, died from sunstroke Mon day. He had been ill and confined to the hospital, but slipped out and walk ed south of Lansing, where he died oy the roadside. Stewart was a lieu tenant In the Eleventh Pennsylvania tnrantry in the Civil war. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mrs. Lenora M. Hotchkiss died at Bethesda hospital this morning of uraemlc poison. Mrs. Hotchkiss was formerly Miss Christman and resided with her father, J. -W. Christman, on a farm near Shorey until her mar riage in January to Howard Hotch kiss. Short funeral services will be held at the home 'of her father near Menoken at 1:30 Thursday and burial services will be held an hour later at the Prairie Home church where the interment will take place. That Didn't Matter. A charming, well preserved widow had been courted and won by a physi cian. Srte had children. The wedding day was approaching, and it was time the children should know they were to have a new father. Calling one of them to her she said: "Georgie, I am going to do something before long that I would like to talk about with you." "What Is it. ma?" asked the boy. "I am Intending to marry Dr. Jones in a few days, and" "Bully for you, ma! Does Dr. Jones know it?" Ladies Home Journal. i vinmir k AM AMD I "1 Green or Black Are sold by the following reliable Grocers, loose or in eea!ed packets: Carter, J. J., Chiles, J. 8, Cole, J. P., Driesbach Bros., Fitzgerald, A. E. Gragg. M Molz Bros., -Onion, J., Porter, T. T., Payne, 3. B., Parker, II. A., Staples ft Wright, Hammil & Staple, Ticehurst, A. Kidder. C. Wolf Bros., Longren & Ekbald,Wlse, D. A., . Manning, M. M-, Wiley & Rollins. Published by Authority of the India and Ceylon Commissioner. I , I'l - II 1 KAMTA FF MflTFNl uu Fireman Fields is laying off for a few days on account, of illness. Train No. 8 was about seven hours late today and did not arrive until noon. J. W. Boyd, electrical Inspector at .Newton is in Topeka today on a bus! ness trip. Engine -1003 has been forwarded to Newton where it will be used In freight service. Fireman Schultz has . returned to work in the pool after having been' off lor several days. Conductor H. E. Lawson, of Emporia is confined in the local hospital on ac count of, sickness. Rev. E. G. Paddock of Oakland, will address the meeting in . the coach shops tomorrow. J. W. Reed, auditor of the Harvey eating house system is in Topeka to aay on a business trip. . Henry Unruh, of the Santa Fe- at Newton, Is being operated on in the lo cal hospital for appendicitis. William Larma, of the shops at Em poria was married a few days ago to Miss Jennie Burt of that city. Conductor Delahunty is running on runs Nos. 121 and 122 between Tope ka and Atchison . temporarily. . Brakeman Hampro, of Emporia is in iopeka to take the examination for pro motion to the position of conductor. Brakeman Allison Is running on the Kansas City plug runs In the place of Brakeman McMurtrle who Is laying off. Engine No. 1064 which was recently repaired In the local shops has been sent to Emporia where it will, be- put back into service. ; :!:. General Foreman W. D. : Deveney, of Emporia, who has been visiting with friends In Topeka has returned to: his work at Emporia. - "Miss Susie Connell. wife of Engineer Connell, of Las Vegas, N. M-, is In Topeka visiting with friends and re a tives for a few days." Albert S. Booth, formerlv of the sren- eral offices is in Topeka visiting with friends and relatives. He Is at present cashier of a bank at Pueblo, Colorado. Brakeman Gilyeat, who has , been working as brakeman on runs S6s. 119 and 120 between Topeka and Atchison has returned to. work on the extra board. Engineer John -Hoveland,.- who has been laying off on the California limit ed runs for some time has returned to work and Engineer John .. Helvie - who was in his place has returned to work on the cutoff. Brakeman P. A. Capps has returned to work on runs Nos. 119 and 120, be tween Topeka and Atchison, after lay ing off and being assigned to work as extra conductor. Louis Waidelich of the blacksmith shops, left last night on No. 9 for Denver, Colorado Springs and other western points, where he will -visit and take in the sights for a couple of months. - . : B. F. Rader, a draughtsman from Purdue university, arrived in Topeka yesterday and will go to work as-a pattern maker -in the machine shops. He is a graduate-of this year!s class at Purdue. '. Brakeman Christian, of Newton, is In the local hospital,' where his eyes are being treated. Some time ago he got some hot cinders in, his yes . and he is at the present time suffering from par tial blindness. Engineer John Higgihsv who runs on runs Nos. 109 and 110, the plug runs between Topeka and Kansas City has returned to work on his runs after a lay oft of ten days. Engineer Ed Ash was running in his place. W. C. Murphy chief clerk to motive power accountant B. T. Payne has re signed his position and will go to Chll dress, Texas, where he has accepted a position as chief clerk to the master me chanic of the Fort Worth & Denver. James McDade, caller in . the local yardmaster's office has taken a vaca tion of a couple weeks which he will spend visiting relatives in Chicago. Har ry O'Byrne,: a son of Conductor: James O'Byrne, will work during McDade's absence. . SENDS ANOTHER PITCHER. This Time It Is Wright, Formerly of the K. I. T. League. Dick Cooley has once again come to the aid of ' the Topeka team. ' This time he will send Pitcher Wright to join, the team. Wrigh will report within a few days when the team is at Wichita and will work in one or tne- games in that city. i.Wiight is one of the tallest men in the baseball business and stands six and three inches in height. He has been Ditching great ball lor Louisville this season- and Is only sent here because Dick has a new pitcher of bis league reputation to -Join. him. - Wright--reade an enviable recora last season with tne Taducali team In the K. M T. leasruef He worked in 23 games,- lS of svhica.; he won. During this time he allowed but 49 safe hits to.be made oft; his deliv ery, which is a little bit more, than wo hits a game, tie is also credited with 147 strikeouts. He only made two wild pitches and hit but two batters. According to this dope he will ba ahead of Cy Toung, Chas. McFarland or any other Western Association pitcher ' by the time the season Is over. - - HE "SHOWED" THE SHERIFF. Prisoner Gives Officer Instructions About Taking Finger Prints. Sheriff Wilkerson made an experiment In "flnger printing" at the county Jail this mondiis. With Barnett, the young man who was bmi4 Over on a charge of attempted highway- rMMry, as the patient. . , . . While at the state penitentiary with a gang of prisoners recently. Sheriff Wilkerson took great Interest in the finger print identification system em ployed at the institution, and secured a number of the blanks used for the pur pose, also a piece of glass covered with printer's ink. In making the prints this morning, Barnett. who has been in the Hutchin son reformatory, made no " objections, saying that his finger- prints were re corded there. He knew more about finger printing than the pflicers,v and gave Sheriff Wilkerson several point ers on the proper method of securing a good impression of the digits. Remarkable Rescue. That truth Is stranger than fiction, has once more been demonstrated in the. little town of Fedora. Tenn.. -the residence of C. V. . Pepper. He writes: "I was in bed entirely disabled .with hemorrhages of the lungs-and throat. Doctors failed to help me, and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Then instant relief came. " The coughing soon ceased; the bleeding diminished rapidly, and in. three weeks I was able to go to work."1 Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds. 50c and $1.00 at Arnold Drug Co., 821 North Kansas ave. llfT JM MISCELLANEOUS IDS. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. R. F. Havdi-n tn A T' Lucas. tt. n. w. y. 7-12-16. 1.500 H. H. Wolcott and wife to W. O. Buechner. lot RS7 anil n. V 39 Tavlor st... Ott and Tewksbury's add 2,400 A. Parker and wife to A. R. Scales, lot lTO Kirst nvp East. Crane's add: 600 M. 14. Chase ot nl tn V A. Belne and ; wife, lot 44 Harrison st 500 M. C- WilriRi- t,i -r andd V. John son, pt. sec. ; 36-11-15.. ....... 1.100 J. W. Rose and wife to C, W. Clark, lots 2310-12 nnd s V, 2908. ' blk. " 2300. Quinton Heights add...... 1.050 J. H. MrSnnilriaii onrt wif to S. W. Durant..pt. n. e. 14 1-12-15. 400 M. E. Thomas and wifa to C- J. Al vev lota 5ti4-6 . and 8 Lincoln st. Throop's 2nd add...'. 1.500 L. Sherman to J. J.- Swoop, s. 15-16-17 and IS. hllc. 2 -Exeter St.. Au- ' burndale add ..: 2,500 L. P. Munson and husband to the board of edncntinn lot 20. Elmwood ave., Potwin - 650 J. C. Hewitt and wif& to same, lots 27 and 2 16th st.. Lincoln sub...... 800 J. W. Reed and wife to W. Reed. n. s. w. 22-13-17........ 2,000 Same to J. Reed. w. H n. ,W.- Vi 31-13r 17 3,200 M. E. Dawlev and wife to H. E. An derson, n. n. w.',i 36-13-16 2,600 J. M. French and wife to J. E. Reed and wife, lots 1-2 and 3, blk 3 Rain's 1st add i .- Topeka Real Estate and Imp. Co. to W. T. Taylor and wife. lots 913-15-; 17-19-21 and 23. blk. H,' Highland : ave.. East Hill sub 125 100 J. B. Sims, Jr., and wife to J. Duffey, w. n. e. 29-10-18 H. W ' Ham murk andwife to The S. 3,200 , W. Furniture Mfg. Co.,; lots 14 and ' ,16 Jackson st p. Bowie to E. B. Newell, lots 271-3 1 ana a (janieia ave., ur. martin "Place -.add. . . . . ...... . .-- F. C. Slater and wife to H C. Camp ; bell. lots 479 and SI Washington St., Reed's sub 400 200 WANTED MATVTC HTCLP. WANTED Men to: ship to R. R. shops, farm hands S25 month., farm couples. man and wife cooks, house man. Capital Employment Agency, Ml Kansas ave. WANTED Farm hand ' and . wife, both workers: everything- furnished or not. as reaulred. Bell pnone 3z 0 rings. WANTEDMarried . farm hand, small family. Bell phone 38926 rings. WANTED Combination chef. 375 month; hotel bakers. oO month;: second cook, 330 to 350 month: hotel help.- hotel waiters. Capital Employment -Agency, Sll Kansas ava. - WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Good cook, dishwasher and chambermaid, at B20 Harrison st. WANTED Experienced help. City Hand j.auntiry. Kansas aye. WANTED 100 girls for eating houses. $20 to 2& month, Doara. room ana pass; house srfrls. hofel maids; women cooks. hotel help of all kinds 'for Topeka. Cap ital-Employment Agency, 811 Kansas ave. WANTED An asosrtr.and marker. Mu tual launacy to. . WANTEIi-MISCifrrjyAVEOrS. N A.N Ti-.i.- 4 eni -calvfes'-rfna cat cgwaji M. Bush. Ina. pnone 3J4. iJl fc.- sw sr WANTED Good calves. . $4.50. -to $5.00 medium calves $3.50,-,to .$4.00. . can use only good calves. . Chas. WQlfT . Packing Co. : -. a -,; .- r OLD CLOTHES, shoes hats and over- cnatB Don't throw 'em away. X will call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435 Kansas ave. ina. pnone , WANTED By & younft . married couple. 7 room modern cottasre or house, close in on -West side. " Modern.' -care journal, FOR RENT MTSCELLAJTEOrS. FOR RENT Desk room 104 E. 6th. Daw- son & Pierson. Ind. phone 1038. Mr. Harry Horn is" seriously ill at his home, 221 Lake street. Mr. Harry Fields spent the evening, last evening with Mr- O.'.'Claxke, of 1029 Lawrence street. j ., ,s The Ladies' aid society of the Third Christian church will meet tomorrow afternoon at the church. ' - - ' The Capitola sewing society will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. S. Bradshaw, of 711 Lake street. Misses Rosa and Ida Kragon and Miss Myrtle Clarke spent last evening with Miss Maude Clarke,- or 1029 Lawrence street.: -. . . .. .- i. . .. . Mrs. Cora Holloway" and son Frank left today for Leavenworth, Kan., to visit with friends and relatives for a few days. . , ' . ' The Ladies" aid. society of the Third Christian church will . give an exper ience and ice cream- social : this even ing at the church. Mrs. Jessie Campbell, of Childress, Texas, is the guest of her' mother, Mrs. Geo. Bradshaw of 213. -Chandler street. on an extended visit-... Mrs. Sam Christian, and small son. Arthur, arrived here yesterday to be- the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. Norwood, of 308 Branner street. ..' , : Miss Birdie. Elveda-Lindblal gave a pleasant party at her home 625 Branner. Invitations were lssued.to sixteen young ladies in honor of her sixteenth birth day. .!-...'. - The Young People's circle of theThlrd Christian church celebrated their first birthday anniversary - last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pettitt, of 632 Lime street.-' The house was de corated in purple and white, the colors of the circle and fancy lanterns. Miss Moodv of the First Christian church. who organized the" 'circle -one year ago made a very interesting talk. Mrs. S. L. Wilson and Rev. F. E. Mallory also gave interesting speches. Miss Badgs ley, president of the". First , Christian church circle brought the greeting from that society. Mrs, Gladys Hatten favor ed them with a vo'cal solo. The ladies quartette also gave a number of selec tions. Miss Iva Smurr gave a paper on the work, and growth, of the society in the past year. The circle started out with nine charter members and ended the year with fifty-one.. About one hundred young people'were present last night and the evening, was enjoyed by every one. . . -f t. ... . Two Ambassadors Go Home. - New .York, June 18.: Baron von Hengelmuller, Austria-Hurvgarian am bassador to Washington, and Baron Mayor Des Planches, the Italian am bassador, sailed for Europe today. EASTTOPfliAnOTB FOR RENTROOMS. -, FOR RENT 2, 3 or,4 furnished rooms for "Km nouse keeping, modern, aiso ieti ing rooms. 817 Monroe st. FOR RENT Two, furnished rooms, one tor light housekeeping. 502 van pureu FOR RENT 2 nice unfurnished rooms . for light housekeeping. Ind. pnone ojo. FOR RENT Upsteirs pleasant furnished room, large closer, aiu w. cm FOR RENT 1 ''modern room 412 W. 7th. C. H. Morrison. FOR RENT 322 E. 8th st. Large cool, front- room. Modern. - . - FOR RENT Modern house 326 Tyler St. Inquire Ind. phone 3374.- FOR RENT 6 room cottage, east side. Only J8.00. Ind. phone 4ti. cm FOR RENT 4 room cottage, city water, gas, shade, fruit trees, grapes. 630 Mor ris ave. Ind. phone 9812. FOR RENT 4 room cottage, 4 lots, good cellar, small barn, in Shorey. Inquire FOR RENT 4 room cottage. 616 Polk st. FOR RENT 4 room house and barn. Call 220 Quincy st. . - FOR RENT Several good and cheap houses, also good store building. Smith agency, 609 Kansas ave, FOR RENT Modern house, strictly mod ern cottage, cneap. intiuiro w q-- FOrt RENT Targe brink house corner of 6th and roiK. jusi tne ioguun ii nice private boarding bouse. Inqulrs 71S W. eth st. iRSLE EALSTATE NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET a black land farm, finest black land proposition ever offered, we oniy nave a limited number of acres to offer and they are selling fast. Write at once fora HrtnlrlAf- m --ill nn 11 Wn hav mOrif V tO loan on farm lands, real estate security at lowest interest rates ana large urn ui city properties for sale. John E. Moon & Co., 116 E. 5th St.. Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE An acre In Oakland, monthly payments, $6.65, near woolen mill and car line. 520 Chandler st., 4 room cottage, monthly payments. An acre near shops a T-,,,im pnttnffp. hftrn and fruit, on monthly payments, $16. 10 acres close In West 10th ave., first payment $250, balance monthly. Kansas ave. lot near U. P. depot, monthly payments $15. Fine lots corner Mulvane and Huntoon on monthly payments. 66 acre well improved farm 11 miles east on small, payments. F J. Brown, 17 Colum bian- bldg. - WE OFFER TODAY $300,000 City properties... suburban homes, good farms, western lands, Oklahoma and Kansas. ' Two stocks of general merchandise, seu or trade. One Journal paper, route; horse and hue-irv. sell or trade for lots. Interest in real estate business to right party, sell or trade for lots. Fine building sites. $1,800 equity in $2,500 cottage. $900 equity In $2,wo cottage. BARGAINS Of' aii. lunus, - D. R. MOORE. 119 West 6th St, Ind. 822. FOR SALE My 2 homes, 825 and 827 E. 12th St. lJrlce ouo. . -oppeion. SACRIFICE. Good six room dwelling and one and half east front lots, gas, sewer con nection, c'stern water at sink in kitchen. This property Is1 well - located on Monroe street. Owner has moved to California and asks for immeaiate sale. a,zuo. RODGERS, DAVIS & CO., 110 West Sixth St $50 DOWN New 4 room cottasre. stairs to attic, one block to car line, $1,300; $50 down and $15 per month. liAtllIMmjUlSl!i EAt.ir WJ., 608 Kansas Ave. Phones: Ind. 1606. Bell 15901. FOR SALE! 640 acres of land in Sheridan county, rait casn. Balance on easy terms. H. S. tjooper, scanaia, Kan. - WHY PAY RENT? I WILL FURNISH YOU LOTS IN THE BEST PART OF THE CITY AND MONEY TO BUILD A HOUSE TO SUIT YOURSELF. YOU CAN PAY FOR THE SAME ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS. SEE ME AT ROOM 23, COLUM BIAN BLDG. S. A. COOK. FOR SALE 42 lots in West Shorey, north of u.- P. roundhouse, at $2o each, or will trade: also 10 lots on 21st and Jefferson sts. $40 to $100 each. M. Heery, tel. 1235. GEO. M. NOBLE A. CO P5AL ESTATE. LOANTU, INSUFANCE Some Special Farms and City Bargains. S5 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE. i FOR SALE Good Income property bar rains. 2 family dwelllne. 6 blocks state house, $1,400; also fine avenue business bldg.. $8,000. Smith Agency, 509 Kan. ave. , BUSrVESS CHANCES. A GENTLEMAN with booking exper iences would like to take stock and se cure employment in small bank; best of references. P. C. Langemo, 363 Nood St., Dallas. Tex. FOR S ALE 3HSCEIXANEOTJS. FOR SALE Gas dining range $7, fine din ing table $10. desk $3. 2 stoves 75c each. Trapp, printer, 714 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 120 egg incubator, cheap; a-nA f.Tirlittrn "T S W.." .Tmirnat FOR SALE Office fixtures, desks, chairs, tables, counter and screen, typewriter. Call 114 West 6th. FOR SALE One Neveley new rubber tire runaoout at jacmoa- au v FOR SALE At bus barn. 410 Quincy St., one team oi wors nurses. FOR SALE Team 8 year old mules, price $150. inquire urawiora, w Kansas ave. FOR SALE Household furniture at 500 Taylor St. Mouse ior rem. FOR SALE Cabbage and tomatoe plants, also alfalfa hay. - Bell 2087 Oakland. F. P.- Peyton. FOR SALE 2 good driving horses, 4 and 5 years of age. J. Thomas. 213 W. th. FOR new crop alfalfa hay delivered call on or telephone S. F. Stewart, .2037 West st. Ind. phone 4041. FOR SALE Cheap, new No. 5 Underwood typewriter. ' Room 29, Columbian bldg. FOR SALE Jump seat top buggy and harness cheap. . 720 Kansas ave. FOR 8 ALE 600 business cards for ILrf; .90 envelopes t.6; GOO letter heads $1.50. Bee them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TRAPP, 114 Kansas ave. FOR SALE anSCELLAXEOTTS. FOR SALE A No. 1 fresh cow. Call Ind. phone 3214. FOR SALE Good bicycle $2." 1312 Col ' lege ave. ' - FOR SALE Grocery and bakery, doing good business. Address Bakery. Journal. FOR SALE Team of Clydesdales 5-year-olds, sound and gentle, will work any way and anywhere. Wt. about 2,700 lbs. Call Ind. phone SLL 8006 or 720 Kans. ave. SECOND hand bicycles at bargain Price. iv co jo. ijest ures on i M. Cross Cycle Co.. 123 W. 7th St. FOR SALE Good new alfalfa hs, de livered. H. Chalmers. Ind. ii-st t. LEGATj. First published In the Topeka State Journal. June 13, i-j - : At a meeting of the "city council held June 10th, 1907, the following resolution was presented and adopted: Resolved, That the. mayor and council of the city ef Topeka, Kansas, deem t necessary for the health, welfare and best interests of said city, that a sewer be con structed in the district or territory describ ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the intersection of the center line of Fillmore street with the center line of First ave nue; thence westerly along the center line of First avenue to the center line of Clay street; thence southerly along the center line of Clay street to the center line of Third street; thence easterly along the center line of Third street to the center line of Fillmore street; thence northerly along the center line of Fillmore strct to the place of beginning; In the city- of To peka, Shawnee county, Kansas. E. MONTGOMERY. I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foreging Is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. SeaL C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. First published in the Topeka State Journal, June 13, 1907, . At a meeting of l"he city council held June 10th, 1907, 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 to recurb where necessary North Kansas avenue from the north end of the Melan arch bridge to the north line of Gordon street, excepting therefrom said North Kansas avenue from the north line of Railroad street to- the north line of Ncrris street. C. E. JORDAN. I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka, hereby certify that the above and foreging is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. Seal. C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. First published in The Topeka State Journal June 4, 1907. - The State of Kansas, Shawnee County, PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the Supreme Court of the State of Kansas. The State of Kansas, on the relation of F. S. Jackson, Attorney General, Plain tiff, vs. The Heim Real Estate Com pany, a corporation. Defendant No. 154S5. - - , To the Defendant, The Heim Real Estate Company : You are hereby notified that vou have been sued In the Supreme Court of the state of Kansas, and that the petition filed therein sgainst you charges that you have used, enjoyed and exercised the franchises and privileges of a corporation within the state of Kansas without au thority of law; and that you have miss used the same and violied the criminal laws of the state, and asks that you be ousted from the state of Kansas and from exercising said franchises and privileges and for the appointment of receivers to take crmrge and possession of all proper ty situated in 5liu nuite. - -- ....h,-. Now. Therefore, Unless you make an swer to ald petition riled against you on or before the 16th day of July, 1907, Judg ment will be tendered against you, hold ing said petition to- be true and decreeing that you, the said defendant, be ousted, prohibited and restrained from the exer cise of all corporate privileges, liberties, and franchises and of all corporate pow ers and functions in the state of Kansas, and that its officers, agents and employes be ousted, prohibited and restrained from engaging in or transacting any business in behalf of said defendant within the state of Kansas, and that the said privi leges, liberties, franchises, powers, func tions, property, both real and personal, be assumed bv the state of Kansas under the direction of the court; that a receiver be appointed for the purpose of taking possession of all of the said privileges, franchises and property, both real and personal owned or held by the defendant, or in which it has or claims any interest, and that such property be held by the re ceiver, subject to the order of the court, and that upon the final determination of this case, such disposition of said privi leges, franchises and such real and per sonal property be made as shall be just and proper to secure and save the rights of said plaintiff and the interest of all creditors and third persons guiltless of the frauds, wrongs and usurpations here in alleges aginst the defendant; and that all costs, charges and damages against the defendant be satisfied out of the said property. You are further notified that on the filing of said petition, an order was issued by the court restraining you, the Said de fendant, rrom removing any of tha prop erty belonging to said defendant fiom the state of Kansas, or from using the same in violation of the criminal laws of the state, and you are further notified that T. F. Garver, George H. Whltcomb, and S. H. Allen, were appointed receivers to take charge r.f all the property within the state of said company, and directed to bold the same to await the further order of the court. Seal. THE STATE OF KANSAS. - - - . Plaintiff. Attest: By F. S. JACKSON. Atty. Gen. D. A. VALENTINE, " Clerk of the Supreme Court. First published in The Topeka State Journal June 14,-1907. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received for the con struction of the gymnasium practice rooms of the proposed gymnasium at Ba ker university, Baldwin. Kansas, on Wed nesday, June 26th, at 11 a. ni. Plans and specifications may be seen at the presi dent's office. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids and In case of contractor not being known to the committee a certified check must be pre sented. - EXCAVATING. Bids for excavating . the basement for the new opera house at corner of 8th and Quincy will be received at the office of Chandler & Nielsen Crawford building until Thursday, June 2th.- Excavation is about 50 by 130 feet, 35 feet next to alley to be 10 feet deep, balance, on a gradual sloye to the level of 8th st. . For further particulars call up' the office. BIDS FOR CHAUTAUQUA PRIVI LEGES. Sealed bids for the Chautauo.ua privi leges will be received up to and including Ffidar. June 21st. - Call on or address Miss Viola Troutman, secretary, 43 Co lumbian bldg..-for particulars. MUSICAL. AIBERT SHUTT, Instructor of mandolin and guitar: Music furnished for all oc casions. Call 6S57 Ind phone. 3UTSCELLAXEOTTS. NOTICE. H. Zeligman has moved his expert shoe repair shop from 404 East Fourth at. to 306V4 Kansas ave. I repair shoes at lowest prices; also dealer in second-hand clothes and shoes. 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 6 p. m. Calls answered night or day. Ind. phone 3413. t25X-AIlJ3iJG!iJ- LyIn south part of town, gent's a'cl- silver case. Return to 2128 Lin coln for reward. William Shourf t. , L2STiP2cketbook containing money and Kansas,ea,vemOrtKaK0' Eeward at 1538 LsSTbw.S F,OIlwatch a"d 'ob on 8th Initial? JV adison nd Kansas ave. Finder r,iB M on wa'eh and 'E" on fob. anrt t.P? M "turn to 822 Madison st. and receive reward. J. Stltt. and recelvrrewarS.0 1838 NrUl uinc'. Tlttt of fish mouth casi r?cY?"o)r7:?tki,?n 'yearling colt witt mey" &"rnf 1 ' hi"d f00t' Inluire ' S'' MACHINE SHOPS. iei. 603. Harry B. Howard, fio Kan. ave. t (A, CO.. 214 K. 6th et. Mfgra. oi building, paving and idewal brick. 3. FLORISTS. HOME 6SOWN CUT FLOW ERA floral designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayes, S7 W. 8th st. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow-. vf. ShtJ? t,s'-des.isn' decorations. 106 W. Eighth. Tel. 37, Greenhouse 12th and Mool HUBBARD'S Cut flowers; bloomlrut nnone 4a Kansas aval WjiKCH ANTS' IKAASFKH At tJiO.KA.Ojll Co., packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. lb. Clarence Skinner. CLt Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS.-Offlee 216 East 6th. All kinds goods packed, tared and for J. C. WILSON, rontrnefnr nri k..ih. ha8 TnnVMl V. i m .hnn n T09 T 1 . Ind. phone 1244. " . ' "lacninists and pattern 822 Jackson st. Both phonea 499. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HA 1.1. JKNKIN9 Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa pers executed. Money loaned. Special loan of $2,600. Must be city property. 433 Kan-" sas ave. Fhone 1577. PATENTS. J. A. HOUKS, p&teaiiiZioraepyui' 25 TEAKS' experience. Advice free. E. A. Wagener. solicitor of patents. 509 K. ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. o. unuAUta, m. u. frnta evcc...i, 132 Kansas avenue. Ind. phone to. Hours. 10 to 12; i to i; 7.30 to 8:30. IDA C. BARNES, M. D. Office 726-Kshsas ave. Reslienr Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours; I a, m. tn ii a. in. una s p. m. to p. m. Both phones 16 residence arid Ind. 1316 office. DR H II. KEITH, surgeon and diseases or women, witn private hospital. Office R31 KflTlKflU nv. THE WOMAN'S DOCTOR. OR. ACKLEY, the Woman Doctor. Junction bldg.. Kansas City. Mo. SANITARIUMS. t'HKlSlb HOSPITAL COTTAGES foi the care and treatment of nervous In valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. V. S. Lindsay. M. D.. 829 K. A.. Topeka. Kan. MONET. MOJSKi to iOilU on live Slock. Dla.no. a,ar. sonal security, household goods, typewrit era, W, E. Seguine, 413 K. A. Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can pay back by the week or month. Topeka Invest ment & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $1.25 week will pay off loan SM in 25 weeks. G. H. FUntham, notary pub lic. 906 E. 4th St. Either phone 77. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, ot gans. typewriters, household goods and per-onnl secnrltv. L. Biscoe. 5?3 Knn. eve. LIVERY BARN. O. N. BRAY has purchased the livery sta ble formerly owned oy mm at bos . w. 8th ave., and will be pleased to retain the present patronage and greet his old cus tomers aarain. - WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLLV HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 706 Haass- ave. Phone 806. STALLIONS. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. - Bell phone 762. R. I. Lee. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. .426 Quincy St. Both phones. PIANO .TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. E. L-utes. bii Kansas ave. ind. pnone 1312. HORSESHOEING. WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 517 Quincy; have employed a good. hOTseshoer from K. C. and we guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give him a trial. W. T. and W. R. Lawless. TDERTAKERSL L. M. 'PENWELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 611 Quincy st. Both pnonos 192. G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason's - temple. 621 Jackson st. Phones 146. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN, Jeweler end opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. PLUMBING ANDJIEATING. DAN LEAHY, Plumbing" HeaniTaa - Gas Fitting. 213 E. Fifth St. LOUIS LOCKOWITZ-Plumbing, Heatlni and Gas Fitting 219 W. Sixth st. Ind 107. BICYCLES AND RCTAffiyO. U..B. CYCLE CO., 118 S. EJghth. Nation & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repair CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. bujUdera. Job work carefully done, 1 W. 7th. Phone 3553.