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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL THUKSDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1907.
9 The following account from this morn Ing's Kansas City Journal of the wed ding of Miss Agues Damon of Kansas City, who was formerly a member of the faculty of the College of the Sisters of Bethany, will be of interest to her lopeka friends: St.. Paul's Episcopal church was filled last night with friends to witness the marriage at 8 o'clock of Miss Daisy Agnes Damon and Mr. Ralph Waldo tumerson McGregor. The Rev. J. D. Ritchey officiated, assisted by the Rev. James de Bever Kaye of Topeka, Kan. The church was decorated with palms and Annunciation lilies and the pews were marked off with white satin rib bons and bouquets of lilies. The bride was attired in her mother's wedding gown of ivory white silk trimmed with yoke and bertha of point lace. the mother's bridal veil and diamond cross The veil was caught with a spray of orange blossoms and the bouquet was a shower of valley lilies. The maid and matron of honor were Miss Mauda Kimball of Topeka. and Mrs. J. S. We ver. of New Tork city. The former was gowned in Paris muslin over pink silk with pink girdle and sash and carried pink sweet peas, and the latter wore a white chiffon cloth over white silk and carried sweet peas. The ushers were Mr. Arthur Cutting Damon. Mr. Mr. Chas. McGregor, of Dayton. Ohio, Mr. Walter C. Washburn, of Montpe Her. Vt.. Dr. J. W. Albritain. Dr. J. S. Wever. and Mr. M. L. Robinson, of Salt Lake City. A reception for the attend ants and relatives followed at the fam lly home. Mr. and Mrs. McGregor will Be at home. 343 West Fifty-six street, New York city, after September 1. A small and informal subscription dance at the Country club last night was attended by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Drechsel. Miss Suzette Matthews of Al bany. Texas. Miss Anna Ruder of Lea venworth. Miss Calla. Cutteil, Miss Alla belle Troutman. Miss Louise Kellam, Miss Patrica Butlin of the Citv of Mex lco. Miss Dorothy Wilson, Miss Helen Haughey. Miss Ethel Davis . Mr. Ed Curry Mr.. Clay Hamilton, Mr. Paul Sweet, Mr. Ben Johnson. Mr. Guilford Dudley, Mr. Charles Guibor, Mr. E. C. Arnold. Mr. John Fleishman. Mr. Dan MacVloar. Mr. Harry Wolf. Mr. Bert Reld. Mr. David " Lakin, Mr. Julian Sydnor, of San Bernardino, Cal. Mrs. Clarence D. Skinner gave a luncheon at the Country club today for Miss Alice Cook of Palatine, Ills., guest of Mrs. Dibert D. Knox. Others asked were Mrs. Knox. Mrs. D. J. Holmes of Palatine. Mrs. James A. Troutman, Mrs. Ch- i F. Spencer, Mrs. E. L. Cope land, Mrs. R. L. Nesbaum. Miss Caro Deming and Miss Dolly Martin. m Mrs. Roland Medlicott gave an Infor mal luncheon yesterday and today in honor of Mrs. Ernest Medlicott of New York city. Most of the girls who read the fol lowing from the Wichita Eagle will have to admit that they are guilty of at least some of the breaches of eti quette mentioned therein: Do not chew gum on the car. and do not eat peanuts, popcorn, or candy. Nothing. is . more .Ill-bred. Do not manicure your nails, pick your teeth; or rub off powder. Complete your toilet before leaving home. Do not Investigate the condition of hat, belt, placket, collar, buttons, nalrplns, or shoestrings. Make absolutely sure that all these things are properly ad justed beforehand. What would you think of a man who would perform corresponding operations on his toilet? Never accept a gentleman's seat without thanking him. If women do not appreciate this courtesy, it will not be rendered to them. Do not wear Jewelry, lingerie dresses, picture hats and lace stockings in the morning. Never talk or laugh noisily on the car. Never discuss private matters, and never criticise anyone. The fat lady in front of you may be his aunt. When a woman enters the car, do not scan her closely from head to foot. Such scrutiny is very embarrassing to the person examined. Never appear to notice oddities in the manner of ap pearance or any passenger. Do not try to hold two seats when you have paid for but one; and do not force a stranger to request you to make room. Neither hurry nor dawdle when en tering or leaving the car. Moderation saves both time and dignity. Do not Insist upon being the first to enter or to leave the car. and do not get on un til all who wish to do so have gotten on. oner your seat to an elderly lady to a frail one, or to any over-burdened one. Do net stand in front of a man and look at him until he feels com pelled to offer you his seat. Do not wait until the conductor stands before you, and then after rummaging wildly through your bag, finally pour out the entire contents to find the elusive fare. Have it ready before he comes. Also do not keep a conductor waiting five minutes while you and your friend argue affectionately which shall pay the fares, ine Aipnonso-Oaston per formance Is not appreciated on the car. Never quarrel with a conductor, however good your reason. Pay quiet ly and then report him. A lady does not make a scene over a nickel. Do not shout college yells and songs un less all the passengers are college peo ple. Others are sometimes annoyed by such demonstrations. In general remember to be quiet, alert, and courteous. It Is Just as important to appear sensible and well-bred there as anywhere else. More people Judge you oy your benavior on tne cars than you would imagine. Mrs. Edward A. Herbst entertained the Fillmore street whist club today. Mrs. James Belcher was a substitute, playing for Mrs. Willis Norton. Mrs. James A. Brier entertained a few girls informally today for Miss Berenice Healy, who leaves tomorrow with her mother. Mrs. W. J. Healy, and Miss Lulu Healy for Los Angeles, jai.. to join Air. tieaiy m a permanent residence. Mrs. Herbert Hackney entertained a mall company Informally last night for Mrs. Thomas Grey Kennedy of Junction City. Mrs. E. R. Taylor and Mrs. Frank Tripp were at home informally this afternoon at the home of the former on Western avenue in compliment to Miss Kate Harriman of Kansas City, and will also receive this evening. The assisting friends are Mrs. Ward Sil ver, Mrs. L. H. Greenwood, Mrs. Ruth Nash Roby, Miss Grace Whiting, Miss Alice Patterson. Miss Elizabeth Eby, Miss Ethel Aldrich and Mrs. Gorow. Misses Esther Peers, Adaune Peers, Mildred Smith, Barbara Bradford, Irene De Vore of Oskaloosa, Iowa, 'Corinne Peers and Marion Peers erved at the punch, bowls and assisted In the dining room this afternoon and Misses Elizabeth Bradford, Marjorie Roby and Augusta Taylor will assist this evening; The rooms are prettily decorated , with quantities of daisies and sweet peas. " Miss AUabelle Troutman gave a luncheon today for Miss Suzette Mat thews of Albany. Texas, who is visit ing her, asking beside other former students- of -Hardin college,- Mexico. Mo., where Miss Troutman and Miss Matthews met. The marriage of Miss Winifred Had ley. daughter of Mrs. H. M. Hadley, and Mr. waiter E. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. .Davis. 1106 . West Eighth avenue, will take place this evening .- 8 o'clock at the Hadley home, 63 4 Clay street. Salina 'Journal: Miss' Ruby Peel will entertain Wednesday evening . In compliment to Miss Winifred Burch of Topeka, True story of a reformed drunkard: Lushlngton had been a drunkard for 30 years and for 20 of them he had never drawn a strictly sober breath. His courage and perseverance in that par ticular had naturally left marks upon his person,, especially as to his nose which was so red that one might have believed he was addicted to the evil of tight-lacing, except that, unfortunately, the size of his waist ana, in particu lar, his bay-window would not bear out this theory. It was something fierce that nose and generally known to horticulturists as the finest exam ple of a rum blossom on record; so red it would put to shame a ctage sunset, bulbous, polished, a sight for men and angels. Lushlngton was generally known as the village drunkara dui it is probable that he had never recognized thU fact himself, although he had been practically drunk for 20 years. But one morning when ne was past, ou ne wem into a saloon for his usual mornm s morning. The barkeeper who was all alone in the establishment was an un- conscious temperance worker, his re formatory tendencies concealed by a coarse and brutal tendency for cutting up. He poured out the whisky wnicn Lushlngton ordered, then, before his customer had time to raise it to his lips he said, "Wish you'd come around on tell me what you think or a pic ture I've got back here. I think it's the finest example of painting I've ever seen. jnow jiusr.ingi.uii in xunc v,-. hwn intei ested in art ana Borne hnr rf n fnnnoisseur of paintings. So he stepped behind the bar with alacri ty, flattered to nave nis aruaiw ment recognizee, once more, x n tious bartender took him familiarly by thp elbow and led him directly in front of a big mirror. There!" he guffawed, ain't that a picture ana me ueai of nose paintln1 you ever seen? Lushlngton stood transfixed gazing into the reflection in the mirror. For the first time in his life, perhaps, was the "giftie gie him." He did not echo the boisterous laughter of the booze clerk at the rich, rare humor of his little quib But after a minute's wordless contemplation of the picture in the mirrnr he turned slowly around and walked out past the untasted tlrink on the bar and into the street. He never entered that saloon again or any other and he never took another drink as long as he lived and he lived, by the way, to be past 70. Mrs W. A. Neiswanger gave a sup per last night for her niece. Miss Neis wanger, of Mechanicsburg. Pa., who is her guest, the others asked being the members of the Marguerites' club. The Orphelin club gave a luncheon today at. the home of ., Mrs.. William Laughlin in Potwin in honor of Miss Lulu Healy. Misses Daisy and Lora Neil enter tained the Betas of Washburn yester day for Misses Lulu and Berenice Healy. The. West Side Forestry club had its annual picnic today at Cedar Heights, the country home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Forbes. Miss Marian Thompson, who leaves LINEN FROCK FOB A very attractive dress for a young ing in the new wood brown linen of a made with a double box plait down the side sections of the skirt showing two deep tucks about the lower part. The' waist was made with a detachable chemisette. The rever collar and cuffs were of the linen scalloped and embroidered. Brown embroidered buttons and braid straps of narrow soutache were used in groups down the middle of the bodice front. - - - - - '' . . the last of the week for Europe to spend the summer, was the guest of honor at a picnic given at ' Vine wood today by the following girls: Miss Guenn Godaid, Miss Amelia Ware. Miss Rose Mitchell, Miss Clara Fleishman, Miss La Vere Langdon, Miss Clara Daniels, Miss ' Lora ' Neil. Madaiine Whitney, Miss Katharine Kellam and Miss Marguerite Milla. , - Miss Gertrude Smith entertained at her home, 1912 ..Lincoln, last evening for the young ladies of Rossville at tending the county normal. Those in vited were Miss Agnes Howard, Miss Mabel Stewart, Miss Ida Nickafoose. Miss Nellie Lumpkins, Miss Maude White, Miss Nettie Startup. Miss Nel lie Binns, Miss Ethel Binns, Miss Bes sie Navarre, Miss Sarah Lambert, Mr. Miller, Mr. Hockett, Mr. Will Howe, Mr. Earl Nonkin, Mr. Dan Wood, Mr. Raymond Smith. She was assisted by Miss Tipton. Miss Ella and Leata Smith. m - The marriage of Miss Frances A. Smith to William J. Rickenbacher last evening at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. U. Smith 1401 West street, was a very pretty event. Rev. Thomas Young, D. D., pastor of the First Baptist church, of ficiated, using the ring' service. The bride was becomingly attired In a gauzy silk gown and carrned a bunch of bride's roses, little William Ricken bacher, Jr., led the way to -the altar as page, while Mendelssohn's wedding march was being rendered by Miss Waller on violin and Mrs. Dodge on piano. After refreshments were served the newly married pair took their de parture amid good wishes and congrat ulations of all, but did not 'escape the rice shower finally. Many useful and ornamental gifts were shown from ad miring friends and well wishes. The decorations were with daisies, sweet peas, and palms and were profuse and effective. Mr. and Mrs. Rickenbacher expect to be at home at 1325 Polk street about August 1. The marriage of Miss Aleda Nelson of Lawrence and Mr. William Umme thun of Topeka took place at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at . the home of the bride. A picnic party at Vinewood Tuesday evening was composed of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Lynch. Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Locke, Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Holcombe Rev. and Mrs. Homer E. Wark, Dr. A. S. Embree, Rev., and Mrs. H. K. Muth, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Bartholo mew, Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Stafford. Rev. J. K. Miller. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Daugherty, Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Flow er, Rev. John D. Knox and Rev. , and Mrs. F. A. Whittlesey. The Golden Rule club will meet Fri day afternoon with Mrs. A. G. Carruth, 1034 Clay street. . The wedding of Miss Edith Har baugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Harbaugh and Mr. Arthur Edgar Schapley of Kansas City, was cele brated yesterday at noon at the home of the bride's parents, "Campbell Court." on West Tenth street, and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. L. Nelson of Rossville. The bride wore a gown. of white chiffon cloth combined with val. lace and carried bride's roses. The wedding marches were plaved by Miss Verda Phinney. Mr. and Mrs. Schapley left yesterday for Kansas City, where they will be at home after August 1 at 608 North Tenth avenue. Out of town guests who were here to attend the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John Tudhope, Mrs. Sadie Parry, Mr. John Parry. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Friscoe. all of Linwood. The marriage of ' Miss Frances Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. N. Smith, and Mr. William Ricken bacher took place last night at half after 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. 1401 West street. The Rev. Thomas Young of the First Bap tist church officiated. The groom s nephew, William Rickenbacher, Jr., was the ring bearer and Mrs. Clifford Dodge of Salina played the Mendels sohn wedding march with violin obll gato by Miss Jessie Walker. The SCHOOL GIRL. girl Is here pictured, the model "be rather light shade. The skirt- was- center or the front and back, ' the- bride's toilet was of white silk com bmed with Mechlin lace. Her bou quet was of bride's roses. About fifty menus were asKea. xne house was decorated with daisies and sweet neas Mr.' and Mrs, Rickenbacher will take a western wedding trip and be at home after August 1 at 1325 Polk street. Miss Dixie McCleary entertained at cards yesterday afternoon at her home, 515 Van Buren street, for her sister, Mrs. W. J. Hickox,' recently returned irom jew lorE. in tne luncheon and table decorations -ch-errles predomi nated. and the cherry idea was carried out in the favors. Miss Blanche New comer s musical numbers were, a de lightful feature. Those present were: Mrs. C. H. Thompson. Mrs. L. S. For tune, Mrs. B. V. Kelley. Mrs. George JJ. Stephenson, Mrs. . W. J. Hiekox, Miss Cecil Comstock, ' Miss Irma Dos ter. Miss Anna Squires,. Miss Florence Tucker, Miss Marcia Williams, Miss Blanche Newcomer , .and Mrs. J. W. McCleary. The- Tau Sigma Betas gave a gar den partv last nia-ht at the home of nr. Frank Miller. The company in- cluded: Miss Mildred Mills, Miss Ruth Bauer, Miss Gladys Gardner, Miss Bertha Hull. Miss Ransom, Miss Mary . Connors, Miss Esther Lynch, Miss Marjorie Whitney. Miss Kath erine Often, Miss Lucile Lynch, Miss Gladys West, Miss Imogene Wilson of Emporia, Mr. Seymour Oregan, Mr. Warwick Brown, Mr. Harold Cone, Mr. Frank Miller. Mr. Arlo Hubbard, Mr. Fred Kuehr.e, Mr. Roland Prib- ble, Mr.. Claud Aldrich, Mr. Otto Kuehne, Mr. Paul Heinz, Mr. Lahoma Ridings, Mr. Herbert Heym. Notes anil Personal Mention. Miss Elvla Mil'.spaugh is visiting Mrs. Arthur Bowie in Kansas City. Mrs. James Moore and her daughter. Elizabeth, have gone to Colorado Springs to spend a few weeks. Mr. Ralph Morrison of Kansas City, who has ben in town for a few days went home today. Mr. Herbert Jacobs and Mr. Bert Eyght of Abilene were in town this week. ' ' . ' " Miss Bertha Dinsmore of Hiawatha Is visiting Mrs. Dr. Otto Kiene at 1512 west Sixth street. Mrs. E. A. Terrill and her children. are visiting in Leavenworth. Wichita Beacon: Mr. Maurice Barnes left Sunday evening for Topeka where he will be in the bridal party of Miss Winifred Hadley whose wedding will occur Thursday. Miss Winnie Barnes has been Miss Hadley's guest for a week and has attended the many morn ing and afternoon parties given for the bride-elect. Mrs. T. L. Barns and Mrs. H. T. Gar rard left Tuesday for Manitou, Colo., to spend the summer. Mrs. Ed Forsythe and her little daughter, Eleanor, of Needles. Calif-, are here to spend the summer. Mrs. Forsythe was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mary F. Brown, who has been visiting her since last fall. Wednesday's Kansas City Star: Mr. and Mrs. Willard D. Warner, 2620 Vic tor street, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kemper of Topeka, left today for Cameron, Mo., to attend the marriaga of Miss Christine . Williams and Mr. Fred Ingalls of St. Louis, wbjch will be cele brated tonight at 8 o'clock. Mr. Donald Kronkite and Mr. Walter Kronkite of St. -Joseph, who have been guests of Dr. and Mrs. W.. N. Wes, went home today. Miss Alwiiie , Wilhelml of Lawrence and Miss Anna Harrison, .will go to Chicago next .Monday to spend ten days. .-, t ;e The Rev. Stewart Sheldon and Miss Lena Sheldon haven returned from Yankton, S. D. : . Miss Helen 'Alder of Lawrence was the guest of Miss Anna Harrison yes terday. Emporia ' Gazettef' ' (Wednesday) Miss Violet Haynes went to- Topeka this morning where sne will attend the wedding of Miss TVirllf red Hadley, and Walter Davis tomorrow. .... .Miss Opal Draught, who has been visiting Miss Helen Greever, returned to her home In Topeka this morning John- MacDonald, editor of the West ern School Journal at Topeka, visited the institute yesterday. . . . . .Miss Clara Harmon went to Topeka yes terday for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Clarence Filley of Abilene and her sister. Mrs. Henry Bouk of Bur- lingame, are visiting Mrs. Eva C. Burge and ber daughters on West Tenth avenue. Leavenworth Post: Lieut, and Mrs. Ralph Leavitt will leave the first of the' week for Fort Reno, from there they will sail for the Philippines the last of the month. Mr. Ilif Felix was In Lawrence -Tuesday. Mrs. George . Mihleisen and Miss Jessie Mihleisen are visiting In Ot tawa. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.' Kellogg of 500 Lincoln street are spending the day at the Ottawa Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reed and their granddaughter, Miss Juanita Dignon, left Thursday afternoon for the far west to visit relatives in Washington. They will spend about three months and return by way of California. Mrs. B. F. Roberts of 406 East Eighth avenue, has gone to St. Marys and Clay Center to visit several weeks. Mrs. Francis E. Smith Is spending the day In Kansas City. Miss Caroline Roser and Miss Mar garet Gilflllan returned this week from an extended trip through the east and on the lakes. Mrs. M. A. Low has returned from a visit in Iowa. - - Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Miller of Okla homa City are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burrow. Judge and Mrs. Rousseau A. Burch returned today from "Salina. Miss Grace Koontz - has returned from a visit in St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Houten of St. Joseph are the guests of Mr. and Mr3. J. L. Van Houten. " Mr. J. A. Clark, who was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Edwin A. Austin, left yesterday for New York. He was accompanied to Chicago by his father. Mr.- J. M. Clark, who will spend the summer there. Miss Annabelle Cook of Kansas City, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. L. S. Fortune, returned home yesterday afternoon. Little Frances Fortune accompanied her. Mrs. Estelle Day will entertain the ladles of Unity church at her home, 1800 Clay street, tomorrow afternoon. The Taka Art Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. J. C-.Tulloch on West Tenth street tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bonebrake leave tomorrow . for Maple Hill on a two weeks' campink trip,.. The Magic No. 3. ' ' I Number three Is a wonderful mascot tnr Geo. H. Tarris of Cedar Grove. Me., ac cording to a letter which reads: "After suffering much . with liver and kidney trouble aand becoming greatly discourag ed by the failure to find, relief, I tried Electric Bitters, and as a result I am a well man today. The first bottle relieved and three bottles comaleted the cure." Guaranteed best on earth for stomach, liver and kidney troubles by all druggists. "What won't a man do for a woman when he's In love with her?" "Yes, but what won't a woman do to a man when he's In love with, her?" Chica go Journal. 4 WANTS h Read the Journal's WANT COLUMNS TO GET WHAT rOU ARE ATTSR. . journal. Am MAKE SUREi . QUICK,, AAkB 3 ' W.WTKP MALK HELP. WANT EBaTwmtt-.. to. twenty-five - carr penters for building and repairing freight cars. Wages twenty-five cents per hour, ten hours wr dav. Also ODDortunity for makiner eood waeca at Piece worn. iNO trouDie. steady worK lor compeieni. men, Apply, to "MrJ Vernon Car Mfg. Co., Mt. Vernon, J.1L WANTED Man and wife for summer on farm: man to looK alter norses; wuuuui to do housework, sr. J., care journal. WANTED Men to ship, mechanics, la borers J2 iiav. bridee carpenters, farm hon. inc. mn farm nnunles. harvest hands, carpenters $3.50 day, man and wife .nnta Cm, Aair-V V, , ,1 4 1 1 1 -1 II iHIQ Wile private famiiy. barn men, iron molders $3 rinv. ssnllrltom Capital Einp. Agcy., 6U Kansas ave. WANTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Good dining room girl. 127 W Gordon, North Topeka. WANTED Experienced girl for general housework. Mrs. C. H. Sampson. o j-w- peka ave. Ind. phone WANTKn 1 dinintr room girl, 3 kitchen girls. S. E. corner 8tn ana wumuy WANTED 100 girls for R. K. eating houses. f20 to a mo., ooa.ru, pass, woman cooks, noici iiuiu. counter girls, good noue gins; Capital .fc-mp. Agency, WANTED Experienced girl or woman - o aahin? or heavy work. K SO , 7 week. Phone 1087.. 427 Topeka ave. - - , WANTED Lady compositor at 116 W. 6th St. . WANTED Experienced 'White girl for Crosby. 816 Polk St. - wiNTKD-Comoetent girl for general housework. 3 In family. Good wages. Mrs? Chas. F. Thomas. 1264 Topeka ave. WANTED SALESMEN. WANTED Reliable salesman to repre sent us in every county In Kansas and Nebraska. Those that are capable of do ing business with the farmer and stock man preferred. Place will pay J100 per month and up, according to aoiuiy. -n-u swer by letter. G. G. Gary, city. WANTED Salesman in city to secure purchasers ol siock ror a f . pany who has large inducements to offer. M. M., care Journal office. . WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WAN'l'ia-Veu calves ana tat Jow; M. 11. Bush. Ind. pnona 3SS14. n.. ta t. . ,.t o,cta fnr the Hill City. V. celebration July 4th. County seat ana well aaveruaeu. - Hill City. Kan. WANTED A good tenant forT?,ir8tT)1la? oi.hnr-ha.n home, east side. Ind. phone 3212. WANTED Room aand board by nnrt wire xsest re ereuo dress j! Q. T.. care Journal, stating price. vr a vTvn AfArrv-eo-round and other shows 'ror July 4. Ground right free. Address C. F. Bolton, Scranton, Kan. WANTED 2 gentlemen, board and room, 1330 Harrison st. Bell phone 1291. WANTED To lease 9 room modern house close In, west side," modern conveniences. Reliable tenants. Immediate reply re quested. Address D. M. 12, care Journal. WANTED Good calves, J4.50 to $5.00; medium calves $3.50 to $4.00. Can use only good calves. Chas. Wolff Packing Co. WANTED To buy from owner direct a Kansas avenue business property, well located and at actual, not fictitious, val ue. Will pay half or more in cash. Ad dress Business Location, care Journal. WANTED Several clerks of both sexes want rooms and board, best of references. Address J. K. L., Journal, stating price. OLD CLOTHES, shoes. , hats and over coata. Don't throw 'em away. I will call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1490. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Nicelv furnished modern room. 710 West 8th st. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms, gas, bath room, reasonable. 527 Monroe St. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, mod ern house close in, housekeeping.Ind. 6772. FOR RENT Nice, airy front room, mod ern, 818 Madison st. Ind. phone 7741. FOR RENT Rooms, strictly modern, board if desired, also good barn. 306 Tyler. FOR RENT Modern furnished room in a private family at 710 w. 8tn st. FOR RENT 2 furnished or unfurnished rooms, modern house, 3li w. 6tn t. FOR KENT 2 or 3 modern front furnish ed rooms 601 Inumore st. FOR RENT 3 large partly furnished rooms, all modern convenience, fine lo cation. . Exclusive upstairs. Inquire 715 West 6th st. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front rooms modern, for gentlemen. Ml Jefferson. Must Return to Iola. Governor Hoch today, at the re quest of Sheriff Bolinger, issued a requisition on Governor Folk of Mis souri for the return to the officers .of Iola of F. M. Oliver, who Is wanted for breaking jail. Oliver is under ar rest at Kansas City. He got Into trouble with a woman, and wound up by being put In jail for contempt of some orders of the court in a divorce case. He broke out of jail with the assistance of a negro prisoner, and is now In hotter water than ever. Gave the Boy $250. Copenhagen, June 27. George Hamfeldt, an American, yesterday as a reward for - honesty, presented a messenger boy with $250 for return ing to him a bag which he had picked up In which was money and jewelry valued at $15,000. The boy picked up the bag in the principal square of the city and Instead of turning It over to the police he telephoned various ho tels until he located Mr. Hamfeldt. whose card .he found Inside. I w Erf FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Upstair pleasant furnished .- room, large closet. 310 W. 6th at. - FOR RENT 2 connecting, unfurnished rooms 2d floor, Kan. ave., water, gas, electric light. Either phone 224 forenoon. FOR RENT 2 nice rooms upstairs. Ask the drug man 732 Kansas ave. - FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT 8 room house 1247 Fillmore. - Inquire Strauss Agency. - FOR RENT 7 room house, furnished. In quire phone 7653 or 1334 Garfield ave. FOR RENT 7 room modern house 1219 Jackson st. from July 1. Inouire of J. M. Wallace, Security bklg. Ind. or Bell phone 140. FOR RENT 9 room house No. 919 Mon roe st. FOR RENT July 1. my residence at 1134 Jtiarrlson-st. V. J. ttea.ur. FOR RENT 6 room modern house at . 219 E. 11th. Inaulre 827 Topeka ave. FOR RENT 4 room cottasre. newlv na pered, gas, city water, shade, grapes. 630 Alorrls ave. JaJl-.up tnJl Alorris ave. FOR RENT 5 room cottage, water in the house and gas, $11. Call evenings at 918 W. 8th st. FOR RENT 6 room modern house, close in, west side, $20. ' Call evenings at '918 w. stn st. FOR RENT 6 room house 813 W. 5th st. witn gas, $14. FOrt RENT Large brick House corner ot 8th and Polk. Just the location for a nice private boarding house. Inquire 715 w. etn st. ' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE, j . FOR SALE 42 lots In West Shorey, north of U. P. roundhouse, at $25 each, or will trade; also 10 lots on 21st and Jefferson sts. $40 to $100 each. M. Heery. tel. 1235. PAYMENTS I have several good homes, all well located, that the owners have authorized me to sell on small cash pay ment and balance like rent. See me about them. Elmer R. Barnes, 121 W. Fifth street. I OFFER my residence at a bargain for tne next 10 days, consisting or a new 7 room house, 4 closets, 2 halls, pantry, bath room, open stairway, gas. electric lights, cellar, cistern, brick walks, barn and carriage house, fruit, 2 east front lots, 100 feet to car line, paved street, near graded school and Washburn college. Terms If desired. Ind. phone 1091. F. M. Drake, 1709 Buchanan St. FOR SALE BY P. C. MOORE 2 acres in Oakland, 2 blocks from car line. Your one chance. See me Quick. 9 choice east front lots Reno ave., cor ner Sardou, 2 blocks from the new Tope ka canning factory, 'only $1,250. Choice lots on Scotland and German ave. Only $150. Office cor. Wabash & Indiana ave., Oakland. FOR SALE The three best building lots in Topeka, high terraced with stone wall front. Located at the S. W. corner of 6th and Polk sts. C. E. Lagerstrom, care Journal. FOR SALE 7 room house at a bargain. inquire at Kansas ave. FOR SALE 7 room house, double cellar. Darn, oouDle chicken bouse, cemented floor, 6 lots, lots of fruit, (rood shade, wa ter, cistern, east front. A bareain. Bell Ihone 2044 1. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET a black land farm, finest black land proposition ever offered. We only have limited number of acres to offer and they are selling fast. Write at once for a DooKiet or call on us. We nave monev to loan on farm iands,4 real estate secHrlty at lowesx interest rates ana large list or city properties ror sale, jonn tn. moon Co.. 116 E. 5th St.. Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE House, barn and two lots, 62i and 236 Lake st. -Inaulre first door north. FOR SALE Rent or trade, my. home in tiigniana JfarK. J. J. tiordon. FOR SALE Cheaper than building: houses and lots 317. 319 and 333 Liberty street, four to six squares only from new A. T. & S. F. shops. Also houses on Ohio and Sumner streets, Oakland. J. Thomas, "13 West 6th St. FOR SALE Good 5 room cottage, VA lots. city water, sewer, gas. lewly decorated. good location Monroe st. $1,275. Pay ments.. Elmer R. Barnes, 121 W. Fifth street. FOR SALE 2 choice lots, 618, 620, Bu chanan St.. line location. Shade. Price. $1,700. See owner, 1415 West 6th. FOR SALE 640 acre, farm and ranch for $10,000; $3,000 cash, balance to suit pur chaser at 6 per cent interest. For par ticulars write Geo. W. Keys, Oberlin, Kan. GEO. M- NOBLE B CO.. P KAZi ESTATE, LOANil. INRHCANCE- Borne 8peclal Farme an? City Bargain SS KAN AVE. OPV. P03-roirnCE. FOR SALE Modern 7 room house, fine for 2 families. $200. 421 Polk. Ind. 7793. BALM OF FIGS, marvelous remedy for ladies ills Thousands cured. 1119 W. 10th. Ind. 1126 1. Mrs. Battey, mgr. BICYCLE tires $3.25. best bicycle repair shop In city. t. M. cross cycle Co., 123 W. 7th st. FOR SALE Young fresh cow 623 W. 8th. FOR SALE Cheap, new No. 5 Underwood typewriter, noom si. uoiumoian Diag. FOR SALE Saddle and rubber tired run about. 1618 W. 6th st. TYPEWRITER good condition. A bar gain at $12. li. M. cross cycle Co., 123 W. 7th at. FOR SALE Cheap, folding Fulton go- cart, almost new. "wind you put in your trunk." 905 Madison st. FOR SALE First class four-year-old cow. on Central ave. road. VA miles north of Topeka. Ind. phone 4351. A. C. Merrltt. WATCHES cleaned and repaired at Friedberg's, 607 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Scales, cheap, 2 days. 726 Jackson st. Closing out business. FOR SALE Gentle driving- mare, weight 1100 lbs. 809 Fillmore st. FOR SALE $3,000 grocery stock, doing a good business. Call Ind. phone 1225, or address R. B. McMaster, 833 N. Kansas ave.. Topeka, Kan. FOR SALE Fine riding and driving pony gentle. Mrs. Lemley, 111 W. 6th st. FOR SALE Rural route mall wagon, , also piano. W. E. Sequine, 413 Kan. av. FOR SALE Cheap, Lime st. new couches 1028 FOR SALE Restaurant in best location on Kansas ave. Lock Box 56. FOR SALE National bicycle, racycle and other good ones $10 up. H. M. Cross Cycle Co., 123 W. 7th St. FOR SALE Prairie hay, slightly damag ed, at 30 cents per 100. 509 W. 10th st. FOR SALE Complete set of household furniture, cheap. Call 715 E. 6th St. FOR SALE Strictly cash paying business worth $500. Quick sale $3io. Investigate. Address Snap, care Journal. OLD JEWELRY made new berg's, 601 Kansas ave. At Fried- FOR SALE Large family horse and car. rlage also harness and spring wagon. Ind. phone 3323. . . . . THE BEST American mainsprings for American watches at Friedberg's. ft7 Kansas ave. . . tOR SALE Family driving horse and 2 seated surrey and harness, $100 takes them. Call' at 1U9 Monroe st. i? SAI;E uX business carls for tin iOO envelopes 1.&; 60S letter heads B them; 1st cias printing at propor tlonato rmea. TRAPfr, 714 Kanias mvm. JLOST AND FOCND. LPoik-?fetW,een-.,Cu,p'8 J,vepy barn "d fo IK st., on oth ave.. Jewel Tea Co 'a turn to Culp a livery or 61S W. 6th ave. MONEY to loan on live stock. nlanoBnC onal security, household good? ipewml era, W. E. Seguine. 413 K. A.Both phone aC MONEY TO LOAN on city property, alas hK"1 PJPy- You can pay bTc by n? week or month. Topeka Invest. ment & Loan Co. Rooms 1& 2?Vale bl? MONEY to loan on personal Drorertr Payment $1.25 week will pay ofTloin He f"3;.?-. FllnthaVnotarpub: lie, am h.. 4th at. Either phone 77. M.NEK to ,oan on llve "lock, planoa. or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal verity. L, Riaeoe. 523 Kan aV. t -' machinists and pattern ,-" ' "ii"a rounary. nut, ju Z22 Jackaon t. Both phone 499. Expert examiner of abstracts. Legal pa PCr" executed. Money loaned. Special loan cf 2,5wi. Must be city property. 3i Kan sas ave. Phone 1677. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney. H o. hliOAJJhS, M. u. fU&a iKumu4, lii ivanvas avenue. Ind. pbune 4a, iiuurai 10 to 12; -i to 6; 7:30 to 830. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 72S Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth ana Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Boil phones 1G residence and Ind. 1316 office. DR. H. II. KEITH, surgeon and diseases o( women, with private hospital. Office 531 Kansas ave. SANITARIUMS. CHK1STS HOSPITAL COTTAGES fop the care and treatment n f nU,ul. i. valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. ji. u.. na v. a.. 'ropeKa. Kan. BOVVEKS 6c KtAKiNS, contractor and builders. Job wirk carefully done. Li W. 7th. Phone 3553. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder. has moved his shop to 728 Jackson U Ind. phone 1211. MACinXE SHOPS. MOWEKS ground, factory process, 7&e. PAVING. CAPITAL CITV VITRIFIED ERICK PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6lh st. Mfgrs. or b-illdln?. ravin and tldewallr brick FLORISTS. HOME GhOWN CUT FLOWERS, floral designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James iiayea, iu7 W. eth at. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow ers, plants, designs, decorations. 105 W. Eighth. Tel. 37, Greenhouse 12th and Mob. HUBBARD'S Cut flowers: blooming plant. Trtd. rthnne 42. 5n Knnati eve. TRANSFER AND STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER A ST ORACH) Co.. packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. lsti. Clarence Skinner. CU Quincy st. ATHERTON BROS. Office 216 East 6th. Both phones 998. Moving and storage. All kinds goods packed, stored and for wfirflM to anv nofnt In United Rtates. WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLIN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 706 Kan sas ave. Phone 806. STALLIONS. ARENA. 2:11. champion Kansas trotter, at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. Bell phone 762. R. I. Lee. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNO & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy at. Both phones. HORSESHOEING. WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 617 Quincy; have employed a good horseshoer from K. C. and w, guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give hlra a trial. W. T. and W. S. Lawless. UNDERTAKERS. L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 132. G. B. PALMER, funeral director. Mason' temple. 6?1 Jackson st. Phones 14. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyee examined a . i , . . a ana speciHcicB iruj-iij' uikiru. PLUMBING AND HEATING. DAN LEAHY. Plumbing. Heating and Gas Fitting. 212 E. Fifth St. FREE DISPENSARY. MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSARY. 202 Monroe St. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free In some cases. Office hours 2 to 5 p. m. Calla answered night or day. Ind. phone 8411. BICYCLES 'AND RtgAIRIXO. U. S. CYCLE CO.. 118 S. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. CURTAIN CLEANING. LACE curtains laundered a Fpeclalty 133( Harrison at. Bells phone 1291. PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repalredTcT2 Lutes. Ell Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1312.