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THE TOPEKADAILY STATE JOURNAIr-WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1907.
6 TURN or WELT 3. 00 Hot Weather Specials r WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS GIBSON TIE I CHRISTY TIE COURT TIE While Sea Island White Sea Island pJ?ff?T Canvas. Best Grade Canvas, Covered or or High Heel, Turn Turn or Welt Sole, Lea Heel, very stylish or Heavy Sole. Covered Heel, Turn or Welt Sole, Plain or Tip Toe, $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 BLUCHER TIE gl.OO CHILDREN'S Excellent Grade, wv White Canvas Ox Lot Heel. JBSf-fp fords -Low Button Light or Heavy Sole. "5F&VAS ton'ffr $1.25 1 Li8htalfher Heet 75Ct 90C, $1.00 The Big Store An informal subscription dance will be given at the Country club tonight. A bachelor who is spending some time in Topeka is so "rabbitty" about - women that he refuses to be intro duced to them. And maybe there's some sense to that. A bachelor is never really safe with them. Even tha married ones have designs upon his freedom and insist upon telling him of a girl who would make "some man a good wife." Mrs. D. O. Crane and Mrs. W. R. Carrie entertained this afternoon for Mrs. A. W. Davis of Kansas City. Th old girl who works down town seems, somehow, oftener to escape the Anxious Spinster look or the soured or resigned. Mrs. Etta J. Hadley will give a din ner this evening in honor of Miss "Winifred Hadley. Mr. Walter Davis and the members of their bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bowman enter tained their whist club last night. Mrs. Grant Thornburg of Lincoln, Neb., who is the guest of Mrs. C. H. Hunger an t Mrs. T. Grey Kennedy, of Junc tion City, were guests. Mrs. C. W. Myers entertained her card club and a guest table yesterday In honor of Miss Nellie Baker of Lathrop, Mo. The Tau Sigma Betas gave a party last night at the home of Mr. Frank Miller. The company included Miss Ruth Bauer, Miss Mildred Mills, Miss Gladys Gardner. Miss Lucile Lynch, Miss Une Lytle, Miss Mary Connors, Miss Gladys West, Miss Katharine Often, Miss Louise McCollum, Miss Marjorie Whitney, Miss Nellie Har baugh, Mr. Paul Heinz, Mr. Lahoma Ridings, Mr. Carl Youngreen, Mr. Ar thur Trobert, Mr. tto Kuehne, Mr. Seymour Organ, Mr. Warrick Brown, Mr. Harold Cone, Mr. Herbert Heym, Mr. Arlow Hubbard, Mr. Fred Kuehne, Mr. Harry Betzer, Mr. Ro land Pribble, Mr. Claude Aldrich. The "case" which a married man whose home is in Topeka has with a tenographer in a certain village in Kansas is the scandal of said village. Miss Marie Wolfenden and Mr. Warren Campbell will be married to right at the First Baptist church, the Rev. Thomas C. Young officiating. They will take a short wedding trip and be at home upon their return at 728 Clay street. The groom is em ployed as a bookkeeper by the Con tinental Creamery company. A china shower was given last night in Miss Wolfenden's honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ireland on Buchanan street. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Alden Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hubble, Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Showalter, MIes Myrtle Whittaker, Miss Juanita Dignon, Miss Creta Crooks. Miss Theo Crooks. Miss Over ton, Miss Edna McCarter, Miss Min nie Means, Miss Vivian Rush, Miss Mary . Louise Zanone of Nashville, Tenn.. Miss Goldie Shinn of Olathe, Mr. Joe Wolfenden. Mr. Wayland Campbell, Mr. Howard Campbell, Mr. Clarence Case, Mr. J. A. Armstrong, Mr. C. E. Patterson, Mr. Albert Means, Mr. Warren Whitman, Mr. T. F. Young. . It's a smooth man whose wife nev er receives anonymous letters about the way her husband cuts up when her back is turned. m. The marriage of Miss Elsie Yewell and Mr. Harry G. Wilson of Lawrence, will take -place tonight at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Yewell. 520 Madison street. One hundred invitations have been ex tended for the ceremony which will be performed by the Rev. F. E. Mallory at half after 8 o'clock, and an Infor mal reception afterwards. The bride will be attended by the groom's sister, Mrs. S. S. Dawdy, matron of honor, and a little ring bearer, Ruth Layne. Mr. Albert Wlson of Newton, brother of the groom will be best man. Mr. . S. Dawdy at the piano will play the Golden Brown the newest Tan in town By express Today and expressly priced by us as a Leader $3.00 Shown in Sailor Tie, Gibson Tie or Blucher, Welt or Turn Sole. Keep in mind cur price, $3.00 Sold everywhere for S3. 50. 715 KANSAS AVENUE wedding marches and Mrs. Charles Laird and Mrs. Eugene Houghton will sing a duet arrangement of "O Prom ise Me," before the ceremony. The bride's gown is of white chiffon batiste and she will wear a long tulle veil and carry bride's roses. The matron of honor will wear pink swiss and carry pink carnations. The ring bearer will be in white. The rooms will be deco rated with pink and white sweet peas and carnations. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horn of Kansas City and Mr. Albert Wilson of Chanute are here to attend the wedding. Mr. Wilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Wilson of Topeka and holds the position of rate clerk with the American Cement Plas ter company in Lawrence, where they will be at home at 500 Ohio street. An ardent base ball fan can't dis guise his contempt for a golf player. "Think of a big, strong man," said a fan the other day, "knocking a -little pellet around a' pasture in order to have something to talk to the girls about in the- evening." Miss Fronie Armstrong of 301 Tyler street, gave a lawn party last evening in honor of Miss Ethel Carley. who ex pects to leave soon for Coffeyville where she will make her future home. Those present were Ethel Carley, Hazel Carley. Genie McCormick Genevieve Pollard, Mazie Weekly, Alice Huntington. Matle Benedict, Helen Casey, Leona Wooley, Ger trude Fitzgerald, Mary Van Vechtcn, and Hazel Whipple. Edward Dougher ty, Burgess Van Vechten, Robert Beine, Harry Ardry, Harry Carpenter, Roy Chase, Lloyd Chase, Wilton Moeser, Hubert Dolan, Walter Davis, Lafay ette Brisette, Clinton Weber. When a plain girl with lots of money comes to town to visit and the town girls hear the stories about her wealth they shout. "Well, she needs every cent of It." . Mrs. Dibert Knox gave an afternoon and evening reception yesterday at her home on Park avenue for her mother. Mrs. D. J. Holmes, and her sis ter. Miss Alice Cook Holmes, of Chi cago. Mrs. Holmes and Miss Cook will leave Friday for their home in Chicago. The S. R. had so much to say about a beautiful Leavenworth girl the first time she visited .ere that she was afraid to mention the subject the second time she came. Bue she has gone back home now and it is only fair to say that she- is about the pick of the visiting pippins. See her, for Instance in a fluf fy pink frock with a big leghorn hat crowned with pink roses. Or, in a stun ning tailored shirt waist suit of natural colored linen with a military belt, tan shoes and panama hat? Guess she was hard to look at, wasn't she? Had to turn your face away, didn't you, or put on blinders? m m m Mrs. Harry M. Washburn gave a Jap anese at home yesterday afternoon from three to six in honor of Mrs. Rob ert McCoy of Encampment, Wyo. The decorations were elaborate, those of the parlor being In wistaria shades and the dining room in red and green; numer ous Japanese lanterns, umbrellas and fans were used throughout the house and yard. The games, refreshments and favors were Japanese. Mrs. Washburn and the ten assisting young ladies appeared in costume. The invited guests were Mrs. D. H. Scott, Mrs. S. A. Scott, Mrs. F. F. Otto, Mrs. H W Sehlemer, Mrs. H W. Jones, Mrs. G. J. Nider, Mrs. S. A. Alt. Mrs. J C. Neeley. Mrs. J. F. Si monds, Mrs. J. M. Miller, Mrs. F. B. Parker, Mrs. R. G. Hibbard. Mrs. J. E. B. Johnston, Mrs. Charles Bennett, Mrs. Z. A. Emerson, Mrs. W. S. Glover, Mrs. E. P. Jordan, Mrs. Dr. Warriner, Mrs. C. R. Thrapp, Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. G. E. Bell, Mrs. P. H. Forbes, Mrs. W. A. SIoo, Mrs. Tom Sloo, Mrs. H. W. Bomgardner. Mrs. Robert McCoy, Mrs. J. J. Hoetutler, Mrs. C. W. Wright, Mrs. J. T. Davis, Mrs. A. D. Washburn, Mrs. J W. Davis, Mrs. 8. W. Durant, Mrs. Amanda Lowery, Mrs S. K. Dale, Mrs. Frank M. Washburn, Mrs. Cornelia S. Washburn, Mrs. F. M. Warren, Mrs. C. J .Evans, Miss Agnes Fairfield. 3mm Atchison Globe: An Atchison pretty girl has a big waist; a natural waist. And so far as we have been able to judge, the men admire her as much as they admire the girls with wasjj waists. Where did the idea originate that a girl should have a little waist, in order to be beautiful? Girls of sixteen think they are mighty pretty, and they are, but a little girl of six or seven, with her hair done up in a knot on top of her head, and her starch ed skirts sticking out all around her, can give a sixteen-year-old - girl cards and spades and then beat her. A girl leaving town for the summer called up a man friend and shed a quart of tears over leaving him for a few weeks. He swelled up like a pouter pigeon but before she said good-bye she asked him to watch an other man for her while she was away. Notes and Personal Bfentfon. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jolley of Kansas City and their children will come to Topeka to reside permanently. Mrs. Jolley will arrive Friday and will be me guest of Mrs. Frank P. MacLen nan for a few days. They will be at home at 1323 Harrison street. Dr. Elmer Hill has returned from a visit in Stockton. Mrs. Reid Alexander and her daughter Mary are visiting Mrs. Fred Bonebrake in Osage City. During their absence Miss Henrietta Alexan der is the guest of Miss Mary Mac Lennan. Mr. Lawrence Carr of Los Angeles, California, spent the afternoon yes terday with Mr. O. B. Towne. He left for St. Marys last night, where he is to be married, tomorrow noon, to Miss Marjorie Anderson. Miss . Anderson, who has been visiting Miss Agnes Fisk for a few days, also returned to St. Marys last night. Miss Jean Parkhurst and Miss Elizabeth Addison of Kansas City are the guests for a week of Miss .Park hurst's parents, Mr.-and Mrs. Frank Parkhurst. Mrs. George C. Corning and Mrs. Nat Black will leave Thursday for Boulder, Colorado, to spend the sum mer. Mr. Patrick Walsh and Miss Anna Marie Walsh returned today from Portland, Maine, and Atlantic City. Leavenworth Post: Mrs. Eugene Burr and Mrs. Mary Ryan have gone to New York, where they will spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Loftus at their summer home. Mrs. Frederick Harold Nies of Brook lyn, N. Y.. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Ware, went to Fort Scott today to visit Mrs. Rudolf Best and will later Join Mrs. Ware, Miss Amelia Ware and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Ware and their babv daugh ter at Cascade, Col. Dr. Nies will join them for the month of August. Miss Lucia Hunting, of Leavenworth, guest of Miss Calla Cuttell, returned home yesterday. Miss Corinne Coston has gone to Lawrence to visit Miss Maggie Bell Long. Mr. Clyde L. Davis has returned from Emporia where he has been attending the state normal school. Mrs. E. D. Lambert of Belvue, Kan., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. E. McFarland on East Seward avenue. Mrs. C. H. Pash of El Reno. Ok., re turned to her home today after visiting ner sister, airs, a. is. McFarland on n;ast Seward. Mrs. L. B. Whltteker and son. George, have gone to St. Joe to spend the sum mer with relatives!. Mr. W. H. Whitton. of St. Louis, ar rived today to Join Mrs. Whitton and her son Richard on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Whitton. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brunt have gone to Manhattan, called by the death of Mr. Brunt's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Eli G. Foster, their daughters. Miriam and Ruth, and their son, Mitchell, left today for Philadel phia to spend the summer. Dr. A. W. Davis, of Kansas City, will arrive tomorrow to Join Mrs. Davis in a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. O. Crane. . . . , . Miss Jennie Wells left today for Chi cago where she will be the guest of Mrs. Harry Adams. Miss Margaret Going will return to morrow from a visit in Kansas City. Miss Geneva Henderson has returned from Manhattan where she has been attending the State Agricultural col lege. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wulfekuhler have returned to Leavenworth after a visit to Miss Julia Wellhouse. Mr. William Wellhouse accompanied them and will spend the summer in Leavenworth. Mrs. Ella Herrick and her grand daughter. Miss Genevieve Herrick, ot Kansas City, arrived today for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis. Mrs. A. R. Greene and Miss Greene of Portland. Ore., are the guests of Miss Lucie Greene. Mr. George Wilbur left yesterday for me Jamestown exposition nad will join his parents in Boston in a fortnight. Mrs. Charles McCabe of Memphis, Tenn.. arrived Sunday for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Edson. Miss Wilma Spicer left yesterday ror ner Home in Colorado Springs after a visit to Miss Mabel Renwick. Mrs. H. A. Guettel returned to Kan sas City yesterday after a visit to Mrs. H. A. Auerbach. Mrs. A. B. Deutsch, who was the gTiest of Mrs. Auerbach, left today for Carthage. Mo. Miss Willa Rodgers is the guest of Miss Florence Miller in Osage City. Mrs. C. C. Stillman will return to Morganville Thursday after a visit to her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Mc Farland. Mrs. Harry Weaver of Kansas City arrived today for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McCllntock. Mrs. Walter Wellhouse has return ed from a visit In Leavenworth and Tonganoxie. Miss Berenice Healy returned today from Oklahoma City and will leave Thursday with Mrs. W. J. Healy and Miss Lulu Healy for Los Angeles. Mrs. Guy Sexton entertained the Daisy Embroidery club Tuesday after noon at her home, 1119 Monroe street. The club adjourned for the summer. . Mr. Harry Bates, who has been at tending college at Manhattan, return ed home yesterday. Mr. Fred Greeley and Mr. Ardle Graham accompanied him, and they made the trip down the river in a couple of rowboats. New System of County Bookkeeping. H. W. Jacobs, ex-county clerk of Dickinson county, who Is now intro ducing the Caton system of public ac counting, is trying to interest the coun ty commissioners In his scheme. The Caton accounting system, wnicn was invented by a former county clerk of Miami county, has been in use about nine years, and is used exclusively in 43 counties of Kansas. This system provides for a dally settlement between the county clerk and county treasurer, and for the county commissioners to check up ' the footing each month. This eliminates the necessity for the closing of the offices for a general set tlement each year. KIRK'S JAP ROSK toilet .ml bth It is TRANSPARENT so clear you can read lorousB It. All druggists ana grocers uu it- pi he Kind You Haw lwara Botta Bsan ih Bignatua of urn nuu iuu nam in a. JL- It. X k. . t l j ii ii D a. XI X . Beam til. ? "llm ' "in wajs The Kind You Hare Always Bocgg OA. TO Baantha (Signature of The Kind Yob Haw Always Bought A BIG 3 THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Every department will offer an opportunity to save money. Watch the daily papers for Friday and Saturday's .Bargains. For tomorrow's selling we offer these unusual bargains. 10c Bleached Muslin, 7 sc Soft finished, full yard wide suitable for needlework worth 8c by the case Thursday, not more than 20 yds. to the customer, per yard . .. ....... 7c SOc Gingham Petticoats, 39c Plain and stripe patterns made with wide flounce. The material alone is worth the price of these ready made garments Thursday, each 39c . $5.00 Wash Suits, $3.95 Tour choice of these white linen wash suits trimmed with medal lions and braid neat jackets; full skirts; $5 values, Thursday. $3.95 - 7c Embroidery, 5c Cambric and Nainsook Embroid ery edge and insertion, blind and open worked patterns selling this country over at 7 He, per yard Thursday . 5c 19c Embroidery, 12 ttc Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss Embroidery edge and Insertion, dainty and new' designs suitable for trimming all garments worth up to 19c. Thursday per yard 12c German Torchon Lace. 3-c German TorcTlon Lace edge and insertion suitable for trimming washable garme"nts--worth 5c per yard, Thursday r. .Sc 10c Val Lace, 5c There are insertions and edges to match in this lot the quality used in trimming dainty wash dresses, wprth up to 10c per yard Thurs day . , 5c 15c Wash Belts, 9c Made of Linen Finished Canvas also fancy Swisses have adjustable clasp--worth lpc Thursday, choice for .-. i .... . 9c 65c Taffeta Silk Belts, SOc Have large fancy gilt or gun metal buckle come in black and colors marked-to sell at 65c Thursday 50c, $1 Calico Wrappers, 59c Made of standard print cloth in dark colors lined to the waist trimmed with braid and ruffles $1.00 values Thursday each.. 59c Japanese Fans, 5c Folding Paper' Fans gilt and silver ornaments fancy sticks Thursday, each .5c ,7c Bleached Vests, 5 c Fancy ribbed,- bleached cotton vests, very elastic all sizes Thursday, each, 5c 35c Lisle Finished Pants, 25c Women's Umbrella, lisle finished, gauze pants, closed or open style have cambric band and real lace trimming worth 35c per pair Thursday 25c Sixth and Quincy. MILLIONS TO CHARITY. John C. Proctor Left Only $115,000 to Relations. Chicago, June 26. A dispatch to the Tribune from Peoria. 111., says: Two million dollars left in the will of the late John C. Proctor is to be utiliz ed by the Proctor endowment at Peoria in the establishment of a laundry for boys and girls who will be paid wages; a day nursery for mothers and chil dren, a manual training school for worthy boys and an orphanage. Al ready $350,000 has been spent for a home for the aged. Mr. Proctor outlined that he desired to provide opportunity for wage-earning to the largest; number of deserving poor. His gift to the Cottage hospital aggregates $400,000. His nieces and nephews and Miss Edna Dean Proctor of New York, his sister, get an aggre gate of $115,000. Miss Proctor is given $25,000 and the others $5,000 each. He regarded too much money to the individual as a ruination and preferred to spend his entire fortune for those in real need. - A board of seven trustees Is to manage the estate. Acts Like a Monkey. Biddy Manson, a negro woman, was arrested for insanity last night at the home of relatives in North Topeka. She was adjudged insane this morning, and will return to the asylum for the third time within a year. During the night the woman, who was confined in the padded cell at the county jail. ft .-S55S DAYS' SALE AT PAXTQIf S 10c Batiste, 6 Kc The man we bought this-Batiste of this spring told us a few days ago that this would be our 10c cloth next spring. Light . grounds, small, neat patterns worth 10c per yard, Thursday 6c $5.00 Women's Skirts, $3.95 These are made of black and brown Panamas and fancy colored suitings plaited and trimmed with buttons worth $5.00 $3.95 $1.25 Wash Skirts, 98c Made of fancy Cotton Canvas white ground with small ring pat-tern-trimmed . with . white braid and buttons, our regular price $1.25, Thursday 98c 35c 10-4 Sheeting, 29c This is a very light brown or un bleached sheeting, full 10-4 width it is as good as Pepperal worth 35c, per yard, Thursday ..... .29c 25c Swiss, 19c Splendid Imported material medium and small woven dot very soft and sheer. Our regular price is 25c, Thursday per yd.. 19c 6c Bleached Crash, Twilled, bleached. Cotton Crash has fancy fast colored border Is worth 6c per yard Thursday 4?c 10c Brown Linen Crash, 7ac Heavy Brown Linen Crash for roller towels 16 in. wide worth 10c per yard Thursday per yard 1c 8Kc Percale, 6 c Calico is worth 7c in this store. These bookfold percales are sold at Sc in dark, underground pas sage ways and heralded as bargains Thursday here, per y ard . . . 6 J-6 c $1.25 Shirt Waists, 85c Made of fine White Lawn . and India Linon trimmed with lace embroidery and tucks. We have known credit stores to sell such garments for $1.50 Thursday " your choice of the lot, each.... 85c 12Kc Hose, 9c Women's Black Cotton Hose have double heel and' toe color is fast worth 1 2 c, Thursday, per pair c 25c Gauze Lisle Hose, 15c We do not sell these hose at 25c but there are stores that do they are made of lisle, very sheer, have spliced foot, you can get them here Thursday,-per-pair 15c 15c Buster Brown Hose, 10c Thursday you can buy a pair of these standard 15c stockings for your child, sizes 6 to 9, for.. 10c 25c Misses' Lisle Hose, 15c '" Black Lisle Hose fine rib spliced heel and toe extra length, elastic leg worth 25c In any store per pair 15c AXT0N prayed and shouted. At daylight she stripped off all her clothing, and has not made a sound since then. She walks about the cell in a crouching position, making motions like a mon key,, and scratching on the wall. "PIE" FLEW OVER THE FENCE Notorious Prisoner Doesn't Want to Remain as City Gnest. "Pie" Jordan Is gone again. The shackles couldn't hold him to the city rock pile, ana ne wandered away as usual, without even saying goodby. While laboring In the garden where thev make little ones out of big ones, last evening, he misdirected some of the blows of his stone hammer, so that they alighted on the lock of his leg iron instead of the stona before him. - Having pounded oft the lock, "Pie" gathered his hat under one arm, and flew. Walter Frost, another prisoner, at tempted to leave at the same time, and it was while Colonel Boyd, the rock pile guard was pounding him back into place with his cane, that "Pie" flew over the fence and out. STATED TO FINISH GAME. Why Rockefeller Did Not Go to Cleve land With His Family. New Tork. June 26. John D. Rocke feller did not leave for his summer home in Cleveland on Monday as he had planned. Mrs. Rockefeller and a THURSDAY'S SPECIALS $10.00 Suits Strictly all wool blue Serges or grey Worsteds, best and strongest linings, latest fashions and very stylish, no old, stock to show all new. Nothing but up to date pat terns. Tbo best $10 suit In the city, regardless of cut ' prices, only $10.00 Youth's $5.95 Suits ' To all young -men who want a neat and moderate price suit, this one is what you are looking for. An extra good pattern In grey worsted. A suit that is stylish and durable. We have made the price to save you just $1.05. flC QC Only....... WU.UvP $1.98 Boys Suits Knee Pants Boys', we are placing on sale tomorrow for your benefit, a brown plaid cassimere suit, one that is good for all year wear, stylish pat tern, strong and durable. CJ QQ A good $2.50 value, onjy. lDlalO Furnishing Specials Nobby Neckn-ear Beautiful De signs. We have just made a purchase of all the latest things in Neckwear Strings, Bows, Tecks and Four-in-Hands. See the patterns we are showing in 25c four- ftC. in-hands . .u JJ Men's Fine Kid Gloves We took particular pains in buy ing our Kid Gloves. We give you the best $1 glove on the market, dress or Mocha. Tou who pay $1.50 for your gloves see what we OJ give you for only 1 Men's Belts Genuine all leather Belts. The proper style for this season. Colors tan, black and grey 25c to 50c. Two Shoe Specials Children's White Canvas Shoes made with light turn soles; plain toe; lace style; low school heels. Sizes 8 to 11. Extra good value at $1.25. Sell regularly at $1.15 special at. ., 98c Carpet Sweeper, only $1.89 The best sweeper ever produced for the money. It contains all the good points of the higher priced sweepers; has independent dump ing dust pan, rubber covered solid Steele wheels. This sweeper can be bought tomorrow for t $1.89 Vernis Martin Iron Bed, S 7.2 5 This bed has been a great favor ite, with our customers and sells regularly for $7.75. The head end stands 66- inches high; foot 45 in. You can buy this bed 71 OC tomorrow for fyiCty Full size Iron Bed, for $1.89 Made strong and full size, head end 52 inches; foot 43 inches. Col ors: white, green or blue. T QQ Special tomorrow 1 ,07 $1 3-yd. Lace Curtain, for 89c This curtain is 38 Inches wide, has a heavy scroll border, our reg ular $1.00 curtain. Special tomor row . . ., - 89c 2-qt. Ice Cream Freezer $1.50 "Arctic" Freezer, full size, price is less than elsewhere tomorrow $1.50 25c Union Suits, 19c Women's Bleached Gauze Union Suits sleeveless and low neck knee length and lace trimmed sizes 5 to 6 Thursday, per suit 19c majority of the servants started for Cleveland on Monday night, but Mr. Rockefeller is still at his place in the Pocantico hills. The cause of the de lay in the departure of the oil man is the fact that he has an unfinished golf series to play off with Father Len non, the Catholic priest of Tarrytown, N. Y., with whom Mr. Rockefeller is quite chummy. As soon as the golf superiorship between priest and oil king is decided, Mr. Rockefeller will start for Cleveland. It was said at his home that it very likely would be three or four days before Mr. Rockefeller left. CLAIMS RECORD FOR PITCHER. Coast Baseball Fans Say W. Johnson Allowed No Runs In 57 Games. Spokane, Wash., June 26. Baseball enthusiasts in the northwest claim for Walter Johnson, 19 years old, attached to the Idaho State league ball team at Welser, south of Spokane, the world's record as a pitcher, he having twirled 57 consecutive games without a run be ing scored against his delivery. The recognized record is 54 games. Among the performances to young Johnson's credit is . striking out - the first eight men who faced him in a league game, when" he also struck out eleven other batters during the nine innings. An other feat was striking out 18 men in a game, during which not a runner of the opposing team reached third base. Johnson is a native of California. He is tall, is as strong as the proverbial ox and has a reach that would make the "Bob" Fitzsimmons arms appear rather ordinary by comparison. The FAXTOH I ff ' V; 1 II 4 TTTT f For Thursday Only Women's three point House Slip pers, made up in soft ' . vicl kid leather, light turn sewed soles; low heels. Sell regularly at $1.25. special 98c 14-in. Lawn Mower, $2.98 A high grade steel knives, guar anteed to give satisfaction. We have never sold this grade of mow er for less than $3.25. 90 QQ Special tomorrow iCtmvO 100 1 1-incli Paper Napkins good quality of paper, hand some decorations 100 in bunch c 100 White Crepe Napkins 14 inch size tomorrow price per hundred 10c 14-inch Handsome decorated Napkins 100 for 12c these are carnation decorations and very beautiful. Mennen's Talcum Powder for 12c this price is good for tomor row only 12c One pound Borax 12c 20 mule team brand, one pound package only 12c Embossed Shelf Paper 4c All colors and 30 ft. to the roll, per roll 4o 19c Vests, 12 c Silk Finished Lisle Vests trim med with silk ribbons a' strong 19c value on the first floor. In a daylight store Thursday ea.l2.c 8c Children's Vests, 5c Bleached, gauze, ' derby ribbed vests, tape around yoke and arm regular price 8c, Thursday any size 5o Sixth and Quincy. BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION A OF1U Liver-Spots, Tan, SallowtKaa. mtc. la 10 J "A wc mag 91.00 hr dngxlmtm. Sold by Gatlln Drug and other druggists. Co.. Fred Sno team fiA. rtlnv n.-lth fa nf . a tr iivl oil BUltlLCUl organization, but is composed of prom- ji..ii. piaveiB uurn me earn ana middle - - J "- a niai 1 J 11 1 rj 'J frition. The people of Weiser are eager i umn mem against any team west of the Missouri river. GORED TO DEATH BY A BULL. Vicious Animal Horribly Mangles a McPherson County Man. McPherson, June 26. After linger ing between life and death for several 1 days Enoch Rahraberg of Johnstown who was gored by a savage bull, pass ed away yesterday afternoon. The young man's body was horribly man gled and from the first the . doctors neld but little hope for his recovery The particulars of the incident are not ' clearly known. It seems as if Enoch Rahmberg went into the pasture Fri day morning after some other cattle and while he was about his work he was attacked by the vicious bull. ,