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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1907.
J 3 Mr Thomas Fraser fSNAP SHOTS! rtnl : I 1 m I fA ga ik Sip 5 A S "I was advised to try a change of climate, which of course would mean i loss of my position, when fortunately one of my friends advised me to use Ieruna." Thomas Fraser. 636 Second St.. N. K., Washington, D. C, writes: "Peruna has done so much for me that I feel it my duty to tell you and those afflicted of its merits. I was a sufferer from indigestion and bilious ness until I could only attend to my duties in an indifferent way and really took no pleasure in life. "I was advised to try a chansre of climate, which of course would mean a loss of my position, when fortunately one of my friends advised me to use Peruna. "I did so and in two weeks I was a different man and shortly after I was cured of my stomach trouble. It is certainly a great medicine." How many people in this country are afflicted with biliousness and indt gestion. Hundreds of thousands of people. After they have tried physic and drugs and travel and sanitariums many of them at last resort to Peruna. Of course they will. It could not be otherwise, with such testimony as this before their eyes. A great multitude of people have taken Peruna and know what it will do. Many of them de clare themselves cured of chronic ca tarrh by using Peruna. PERFECTION 1 WICKSOIL STOVE 4J J. -. .p-W fcl'" w ... S c !J""'""G "- . (iff I SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL ! If ycmr dealer don't hmndle It, write to VTHg STANDARD OIL COMPANY SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL If ycmr dealer don't handle It, write to tTHE STANDARD OIL. COMPANY ft HAND SAPOLIO It ensure an enjoyable, invigor ating bath ; makes every pore respond, removes dead skin, ENERQIZE5 THE WHOLE BODY starts the circulation, and leaves a (low equal to a Turkish bath. LL. CR.OCERS AND DRUGGIST fOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOCOOCOCOOO WISDOM If you would be put wi3e call at The Ideal Bakery. 121 West Sixth street, and see what a variety of good things we have to eat. Orders for Fancy Cakes solicited. HEIL & KIENTZ OOCOOC)COOC)COCOCXDOCCXXXXXXX3 1 aaivi.u.i.M..iwi,i;,.1iii J SMOKERS FIND LEWIsrsiNGLE BINDER 5T Ciiar beUer.Quality than most lot Ci(ar EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period. It is paid oft. The only sure way for most people. We can assist you. Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 134, KANSAS AVE. L. M. PEN WELL Undertaker and Embalmer. 511 Quiacy Strast. Both Phone j 19 i Go- N. Rar. Assistant State Journal, 10c a Week. ! Th-Auburndale ball, team defeated i tho Fifth ward team, by a. score of 10 to 1 Friday. Marshall's band will give a concert at the City park tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. K. Hughes and 6on, Emery, expect to leave next week for a two months' trip to the Yellowstone National park. yesterday for the erection of a 11,600 residence on Wayne avenue, south of liuntoon street. Captain P. H. Coney has accepted an invitation to orate at the 4th of July celebration to be held at Tyre, Kan., Thursday, Judge E. R. Simon and wife re turned last Wednesday from Excel sior Springs where they have been fo a week s vacation. Only one drawback is connecte with General J. W. F. Hughes' new Job, that of chief city father. No unl form go ia with the place. Alany a sigh goes up for an electric line to Gage's park. And the chances are that the same sort of sighs will be going up ten years hence. The real estate office of Bennett Charles company has been moved into the building recently rebuilt by w. w. Webb at 532 Kansas avenue. The residents of North Topeka are now signing a petition for the double tracking of the Topeka railway tracks north as far as Garneld park. Note of especial interest to the small boys of the city: Advance agents for the approaching shows are thicker in the city than fiddlers In Kentucky, A petition has been prepared and will be circulated asking the street car comnanv to double track Kansas ave nue in North Topeka to Garfield park. A troup from the Thirteenth cavalry and one from the Seventn are encamp ed north of the city en route from Fort Riley to Fort Leavenworth to night. Toda" is the last day for the Wash bum fund to be raised. The commit tee has to raise nearly six thousand dollars or the fund will lack comple tion today. Governor Hoch has been asked to bp one of the sneakers at the big antl trust meetlnsr to be held in Chicago in October at the call of the National Civic Federation. To the absence of a ball game in the city yesterday Is attributed the fact that five lawn mowers were busy in one block between Tenth and Eleventh on Tyler street yesterday. Thr will be a patriotic service at the First Congregational church Sun day morning. The church will be ap Dronriately decorated and a chorus of children will sing America. Glenn Hostutler has been elected cashier of the Citizens' State bank of North Topeka. For some time past he has been identified wltn tne panning business at Axtell and in Mankato. II. S. Douglas has been awarded the contract for the erection of a 115,000 brick building at Argentine for tne Santa. Fe to be used as a storeroom and for the master mechanic's office. TUnc-lincrs' circus is advertised to show at Lawrence on the 23d of iext month, the only stand which will be made in Kansas. Note well tne aate. July V23" and then the town Law rence. Pmnorfv owners living on blocks in frnnt if .hlfh navemenc win oe iam this year are being notified of the fact so that they may get their water and eas coneotions made before the work is commencea. Dr. Hogaboom's. automobile made a trip to the honk wagons hospital this morning in tow of Herb Martin's old machine in charge of the garage doc tor. The doctor was marooned in the country last night. The contract for supplying the state hniiM with ice the remainder of the Rummer was awarded to the Peoples' Ice company yesterday by the executive council, the price paid being 35 cents per hundred pounds. News item of particular Interest to the Italian inhabitants or tne city. .Tnhn A. Armbruster of Chicago, has written to the Commercial club stating that he will establish a macaroni iac- tory in Topeka If tne proper mauce menta are offered. A meeting of the alfalfa growers in fllffprent sections or tne county is uu ing held In the Commercial club rooms this afternoon. The farmers are tell ing of their experiences with alfalfa and hope in mis mauuci mutual experience. "Well, I have had some satisfaction out of my poverty during the past few weeks that the wealthy have not enjoy ed on account of their wealth." said a man who has not been approached by members of the committee soliciting funds for Washburn college. Prof, and Mrs. H. I. Allen left to day for the east for a month's outing. They will stop off at Chicago and Lake Geneva on their return trip and visit friends. Mr. Allen will take up his duties at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium j again about the first of August. "Some Things to Think About ' will be the subject of an address by Rot. W. M. Cleveland, president of the Christian Endeavorers of the state, to morrow afternoon at the Y. M. C. A., colored department. Solo, Mother's Prayer, cape. wm. Rey nolds. Mrs. Mary Sullivan and son, Joe, have Just returned from a four weeks' visit to friends in Waverly, White City and Junction City. They brought back a little niece witn tnem. Miss Ida Sullivan, from Waverly. Mrs. L. C. Sullivan came up from waverly yesterday and returned today. Prof, and Mrs. H. L. Miller leave tonight for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will remain for several weeks. Thev go by the way of Denver, through the grand canon or Arizona. City, Sacramento and han rancisco. On the return trip they will go through the grand conon of Arizona. It is more than likely that Jack Henry, the old white Sox catcher took considerable satisfaction out of ' the foot that ToDeka by losing yesterday's game dropped to third place, while the Oklahoma City team for which he is now catching took second place," re marked one of his admirers in Topeka. The disbarment " proceedings against A. p. Tone Wilson and Anthony P. Wilson are set for hearing in the dls trlct court Monday morning. The Wil sons have left the city and an attempt was made to have the case dropped but tne members of the Shawnee liar as soclation refuse to take this view of the matter. With this evening's performances at the Novelty theater, this popular little playhouse will close for the season. An Interesting show is provided by the bill for this week and one of its features is as good a piece of comedy work as has been seen in Topeka for a. long time. It is McRae's delineation of a hair-lipped boy. John h. McSpadden, the grocery man at Fifteenth and Lane street, ac companied by his wife, has left for the Pacific coast and will spend the summer in the west, returning home by way of Billings. Montana, where Mr.- McSpadden will try his luck at the land drawing which will be held by the government. The average mortal if making guess would say that Topeka has had more than its average rain fall for the month of June, but Colonel Jennings or. tne weather department of the gov ernment in this city, who never guesses on anything says that the pre. cipltation was half an inch below the average in past years. The John Robinson's shows will ar rive in Topeka during the night and will move to the fair grpunds, -here they will show Monday afternoon and evening. Tomorrow morning the cir cus will hold church services for the benefit of their employes. In the afternoon the baseball team with the circus will play a game with the Eagles. lne Peoples Amusement company, which has charge of the Novelty thea ter of this city, is engaged in an ex tensive remodeling of the Orpheun, its Leavenworth play house. The Orpheum and the Novelty are on the same cir cuit. When the work of remodeling has been completed the interior arrange meint will, in many respects, resemble that of the Crawford Grand in To peka. According to the Atchison Globe Ar thur Kane will try a new one on the residents of that city in an attempt to awaken them to the realization of his attempt to please. The Globe says Arthur Kane, manager of the Graphic theater, has decided to try it awhile longer, and will adopt a new plan. In order to attract a crowd to that part of town, pictures of prominent Atchi son people and Institutions and moving pictures, will be thrown on a screen across the street. A traveling man at the National ho tel became somewhat exercised over the supposed loss of about fifty dol lars yesterday morning. He had sent his clothes out to be pressed the night before and had laid what money he had on the table. He couldn't find it in the morning and accused the por ter of having stolen it. The police took the matter up and went after the porter to get it, or to get him. Later the traveling man found his money Inside of the sweat band of his hat. The porter received a five dollar bill as a consolation for his wounded spirits. BEATING ALL RECORDS. Automobilist Covers 1,000 Miles Less Than 13 Hours. in London, June 29. S. F. Edge, the automobilist who started yesterday evening to drive a 60-horse power car around the New Brookland cement motor track at an average speed of 60 miles an hour for 24 hours, is beating all records. He covered a thousand miles In 14 hours 64 minutes ana 15 seconds. At the nineteenth hour he had completed 1,263 miles 1,170 yards, or 612 miles better than the record. The ride closes at 6 o clock tnis evening. KANSAN IS REMOVED. THRIVING TERRITORY. Lincoln and Lincoln County Have Lit tle Cause to Complain. THE SriORES-BfRXS BOUT. Tonuny In Oafcland Doing Lively Prac tice, Squires Not Overrated. Lincoln, June 2 9. The farmers of Lincoln county have commenced to harvest. The majority of the wheat will be cut by headers. , Three imple ment firms in this place will sell he tween 40 and 50 headers. Them will h mr.r-a ,v, , i , . j.Z I I y awu uaK.ia.na as tney will now nave TlSf1 "i the county a chance of seeing the American cham- " crr": . ..n ""a pion without taking the long trip to r..Y "--3 bu- ui me iarmers Harbin Snrimrsi Mo will wr.rt l-r. r.nh. San Francisco, Cal., June 29. Interest in the Squires-Burns heavy weight con test for the world's championship is in creasing. Tommy Burns arrived at Oakland to day and boxed six lively rounds with his sparring partner. His arrival is met with much Joy by the fight fans of this city and Oakland as they will now have in this vicinity estimate they will raise 15 and 20 bushels' an acre, : while others report a yield Jar below these figures. It is wonderful the changes that can come about so quickly after rain nas rauen. Before the rain the wheat crop was dead. Since the rain there is going to be half a crop or more. Corn is coming on nicely. Sev eral rains and warmer . weather has maae a wonderful change in its ap pearance ana growth. ino merchants of Lincoln close their doors at 7 p. m.. In order to give ineir urea Clerks a rest. Them la nothing happening to discourage any tii mem. uttie building Is going on yet every business house is occimled mere isn't an empty residence in town. An Indication of a good town is the return of A. L. Shire from St. Louis to again engage in the general mercnanuis business after an ab sence of three years. He ma rip mnnev here before and he will make monev sai. e Knows a good town. too. and this is what brought him back to JLiincoin. Lincoln has had a 11 vine- evamnln of wmit can De done by vigilance and economy in the person of John R nunter. He came here with a 10-cent hack, and now he has property scat tered all over the town. He is also the financial end of the Scandia Furni turo Co., tho pioneer furniture store of Lincoln. He owns no less than three quarter sections of Lincoln county lie up to two days before the fight, after which he will rest up to the time he is supposed to enter the ring. Nearly ev ery Queensbury enthusiast in town has visited Squires and the consensus of opinion is that the fighter from Aus tralia has not been overrated. The principals are to enter the ring at 1:40 p. m. on the Fourth of July and if either is not ready to answer the sound of the gong at exactly 2 p. m. he will torfelt $5,000. FOUND BODY OF ROWE. Tho Arkansas City Brakeman Discov ered In the Canadian Kiver. Arkansas City, June 29.- The body of Brakeman Ralph A. Rowe, of this city, who disappeared from the top of his train Wednesday morning be tween Oklahoma City and Moore, Okla., and whose absence has been a mystery since that time, was discov ered Friday in the Canadian river, about a mile below the Santa Fe bridge. The body was discovered by some boys and was floating in the water, having lodged against a pile of drift. The sheriff and coroner from Oklaho ma City went to the scene and took the body from the river. An examlna- lands. He built himself urj bv close at- I tvm h.in. .. v,i , .u tentlon to business matters, havincr i eves The nfriira am r,n ,ao,.v,i Arthur Trelforrl Loses His Job as Pen. itentlnry Superintendent. Santa Fe. N. M., June 29. Acting Governor J. W. Raynolds yesterday summarily removed Arthur Trelford, of Leavenworth, Kan., from the sup- erlntendency of the territorial peni tentiary upon report of Attorney Gen eral George W. Pritchard, as referee, that charges of Inhuman treatment of convicts had been proved. Governor Raynolds appointed Marion Littrel, formerly of Arkansas, for five consec utive terms sheriff of Colfax county. to succeed Trelford. SEEDLESS TOMATOES. COCKROACHES Easy to Get Kid of These Pests With Ster.rns' jueciric i-aste. Put Stearns' Electric Rit and Roach Paste in sinks and on the shelves, and in the morning you can sweep up a panful of dead roaches. This remarnaoie t;x.tei-iiiiiiior is me only one on the market where your money Is returned if it fails to give satisfaction. Much better than pow ders, as it does not mow away; aiso guaranteed to kill oft rats, mice and other vermin. Stearns iiectno -asie is Boia py orug- Department of Agriculture's Latest Gift to Gardeners. Washington, June 29. A seedless tomato Is tho latest accomplishment f the agricultural department. Seed less oranges were developed many years ago and seedless apples are not a curiosity. After a series of experiments ex perts of tho department finally secur ed a seedless tomato. They got it in two different ways, by crossing vari eties, and by high feeding with fertil izer. At the New Jersey experiment station the seedless tomato was pro duced by crossing. This variety grew to a very large size, almost twice the fcize of an ordinary tomato. The Wisconsin experiment station used 800 pounds of nitrate of soda, 600 pounds of sulphate of potash and 1.000 pounds of dessicated bone per acre. A tremendous crop of tomatoes was produced and every tomato was seedless. Cuttings of those plants were then set out and remained true to type but produced even more and larger tomatoes. A BASEBALL COXTEST. Harvard and Yale to Struggle for the Championship Game. New York, June 29. The Harvard Yale baseball championship of .1907 will be settled on the Polo grounds here this afternoon if rain does not prevent. Each of the big universities has one victory to its credit. The first game, which resulted in a win for Harvard, was played at Cambridge, the second at New Haven during the Yale commencement week, and fol lowing the usual custom the third game must be played on neutral ground. made money in whatever avocation he was engaged. He carries a furniture stock of $12,000 to $15,000, His mana ger is Will Dodds, one of the most popular young business men in town. Another enterprise in Lincon Is the new furniture and music store of A Jtian, wno began business on a small scale about a dozen years ago. Today he owns a stock of over S20.000. including a general furniture line, un dertaking and music. In the musical department will be found all kinds or instruments, besides the Edison phonograph, and he has a standine- or. der for every record as fast as they can De omea out.- This store of Mr. Hall's Is amona- the largest in the state, and has a busi ness extending to many other towns. It has a frontage of thirty-two feet ana zzu reet long. It is the intention or Mr. Hall as soon as every thing is arrangea, to throw it open with a public reception. He will also branch out in the wholesale trade. The com mercial men pronounce this new busi ness industry of Mr. Hall's the finest in its line they have seen in the state. ine schools of Lincoln have errown o rapidly that the city contemnlates suomitting a Dona Issue for $8,000 or $10,000 to erect' further necessary scnooi Duiiaings. lne Lincoln Normal Institute will convene here July.,.30, This normal has the reputation o being one of the best in the state. With a teachimr force of 106 teachers; the institute last year had an enrollment of 185. and 16 counties in the state were represented This year a splendid faculty has been securea ant; the enrollment is ex pected to reach over 200. The Lincoln county court house and yard is the pride of the countv. The janitor is Ed M. Harris, a man of taste, who takes interest in keeping everything m proper shape. He is an old resident of the county, and all vlsi tora can be pleasantly entertained while he relates the early reminiscences of his pioneer days in Lincoln countv. Jjincoin nas grown and prospered In common with other northwestern Kan sas towns. Nor has her growth been of a mushroom nature. There is room for all who are here. The country trib utary to Lincoln is not surpassed in agricultural nenness nor for the two negroes, who are known to have been on the train upon which Rowe was braking. In an advice to the local division of fices here the agent at Oklahoma City says that it looks as though Rowe had been hit on the head, and he with the sheriff, asks for special officers to be sent there quick. Rowe was breaking ahead upon train No. 425 southbound, and dlsap pared Wednesday morning while the train was pulling out of Oklahoma City. His absence was first noticed at Flynn and th train was taken to Moore, where the engine was cut off and run back to Oklahoma City, the tram crew looking for the missing brakeman. Rowe has been in the service of the company for the past nine months. He was 22 years old. was married and had two children. ARE EVEXLY MATCHED. Pugilists Sqidres and Burns Measure About the Same. San Francisco. June 29. Tho measur ing tape has been run over Squires and Burns and the men are found to be well matched physically. The greatest dis crepancy is in height. Squires having an advantage or three and one-half inches. Burns is three years younger than Squires, but the latter is still within the limit when- when an athlete should have reached his prime. From the waist down they are almost identical :in size-and the same holds good of their arms;,' Their normal chest measurement ds the same, but Squires has an expansion of four inches to one and three-quarters for his opponent. The ta ble shows their measurements In detail: SQUIRES. - BURNS 28.. .. Age 25 182 Weight 179 5 . lQVn Height 5 . 07 76.. ....... .... Reach 74 17 Neck 16 48 i -Shoulders 48 40 Chest normal 40 44..- Chest expansion 41 34 Waist 33 14 Biceps 14 12 Forearm 11 i . I l YZ ....... ...... wnaL i'A, population ,o -r.v.si. oo,7 and improvements. Few years ago there I t'l " A ?e ttiJ n-cra h.mrHo rT n .1 1 V. t M LaiT l-"fe were hundreds of sod and log cabins, and today It looks if all the farmers are living in comfortable houses and surrounded with the necessary luxur tes to make home and family happy and contented. The changes have been phenomenal so far as the country tribu tary to Lincoln is concerned. The wa terworks and electric light plants are successful, so Is her ice plant, although the owner, J. C Cooper, will double its capacity another season. The flouring mill is working lull time, and has been a source of levenue from the time it was opened. Everybody in Lincoln is attending to their own affairs. When it comes to pulling for an enterprise fo! good of town, then everybody's shoulder is at the wheel pushing in the same di rection. And Lincoln, 500, is a city of elegant. costly homes, whose surroundings of shaded trees and blue grass lawns are as attractive as are those in larger and older communities. As a musical cen ter, here one will find a town worthy of all the good words said of her must cal talent. The choral union haa won praise from near and far. And there is Joe McCanles' band, also much ap preciated. It is old and well trained Mr. McCanles has had charge of it for years. He Is a fine leader and cornet 1st. There are other musical oreanl zations in Lincoln, and all of them have made good reputations. It has her three banks, solid as any; it has her up-to-date business men who carry large enough stocks that her peo ple don't have to go to cities to get what they want; it has her several churches ard splendid schools; It is not overrun with newspapers, there be ing two, most county seats having three or more; and it has a hospitable people as the visitor will find in ail his travels. Ankle 8 SOUTHERN KIDXAPER FLED. A Sicilian Kidnaper Was Traced to Pittsburg, Kan., and Lost. Pittsburg, Kan., June 29. That there lg a Kansas end to the kidnaping and murder of 8-year-old Walter Lamana by the "Black Hand" in New Orleans developed today, when It became known that Stefano Mor.fre. a Sicilian, wanted in connection with the crime, has been hiding in Pittbsurg, but escaped and is again a fugitive. Monfre reached Pittsburg from New Orleans June 15 and sought refuge from the officers, with his brother, Rafael Monfre, who lives in this city. His brother, however, refused to have any thing to do with him. Monfre then secured employment with the Wear Coal company and went to work Mon day morning, June 17, at mine No. 17 of that company, north of Pittsburg. Detective Lehon. of New Orleans; ar rived in Pittsburg yesterday, and with Sheriff Walsh searched for his man last night and today. They raided two suspected places last night, but the men they were look ing for were not in either. Detective Lehon has given up the chase and will return to New Orleans. FTTZ TO MEET JOHNSON. Two Ileavy-Wcislit Boxers Will Tight In Philadelphia July 10. Insurance President Sentenced. Minneapolis. June 29. W. F. Brech- New York, June 29. "Bob" Fitz- simmons, ex-heavyweight champion pugilist, will soon be seen again in ac tion in the roped arena. Fitzsimmons came into town yesterday from - his New Jersey farm and hunted up Jack tel former president of the North has been sentenced to- state's J """"" . HAwasmnvW. si"" lam, uum men aEiccu iu uvme cany, Drison for five years. ed of grand larceny from the com pany. . 1 Work is Easy Harvest Hands Wanted. Great Bend, Kan., June 29. This vicinity is greatly in need of harvest nn nan ilea 9A o- rlnllnrta f13.8 we4P76Po box'Tio StePrns: an ""y cents per day. Cheap rates ElectrteartVco be secured for a party of 15 or merly Chicago. I1L) more. when you eat Grape-Nuts The fascinating1 Brain Food. "There's a Reason t9 ' EJ - - m together in a six-round bout at the Washington Sporting club in Philadel phia, July 10. Fitzsimmons looked tne picture or health and declared he was in condi tion to enter the ring. He has been in light training for several weeks In an ticipation of a match and will need little preparation to fit himself for the coming battle with the dusky fighter. Whitelaw Reid Entertains a Prince. London, June 29. Prince Arthur of Connaught Is amon; the week-end geusts of Ambassador Whitelaw Reid and Mrs. Reid at Wrest park.- Includ ed In the party invited to meet him are Senator Chauncey M. Depew and Mrs. Depew, Justiee Holmes, Lord and Lady . Willoughby Deersby, Mrs. Breese,, Henry . spurgis, Mrs. spurgis. Mr. and ;Mrs. Courtland U. Barnes, Misses Brice, Charles Wetmore and Mrs. Ogden Mills. ' I Make a lecordl ! From the time you ring up either phone Mo and see for yourself how -prompt we are in handling your laundry, and how it looks when it gets back to you. That's Why We Arc Busy all the Time Try us with that next bun dle and see. CITY HAND LAUNDRY LYMAN S ULSH, Props. DID YOU HAVE ANQUET HAM THIS MORNING? They Are Simply Fine Every Ham has " U. S. Inspected and Passed" burned on the skin Chas. Volff Packing Co. TOPEKA. OFFICIAL CALL OF MAY 6, 1907 RESOURCES 52,583,226.93 DIRECTORS J. R. Mulvane, President. A. Washburn T. B. Sweet A. W. Knowles, Vice President. J. Mulvane M. A. Low J. W. Thurston, Cashier. J. P. Grlswold Chas. Wolff J. W. Farnsworth W, H. Davis MrCo!lege of the j Sisters of Bethany f ) (48 Years) Topeka, Kas. Rt. Rev. Frank R. Alillspaugh, President. Meliora C. Hambleton, Principal. College preparation and elective courses to suit the needs of pupils. Excellent advantages in music and art. For resident pupils all the comforts of a well appointed home. Certificate admits to Wellesley and Smith college and University of Kansas. Sep arate school for girls 7 to 12 years of age. Catalogue Gives Very Complete Information. THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Seventeen Hun dred and Eighty, six Students in 1906-7. Faculty of 105 give Full Time to Instruction. LawTence, Kansas. Equipment of Grounds, Buildings and Apparatus now valued at $1,500,000. Campus of 170 acres;; fifteen larre buildings; a $100,000 Gymnasium Just completed; $250,000 to put into new Engi neering Buildings in the next two years. Seven Schools. Graduate: The College; Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mining, Chemical); Fine Arts, Law, Phar macy, and Medicine. Over Fifty Eminent Specialists lecture before the Students of Medicine, - Catalogue and other information may be had by addressing The CHANCELLOR or REGISTRAR, Lawrence, Kansas. Everybody Reads the State Journal