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Rll Day Thursday and Friday, July 11-12, Zanditon's Store will be Cglosed i To Prepare For The Biggest Sale Ever Inaugurated In Topeka The Council to the people at No 'Miss Suzanne Rodders will rive an informal supper tonight for . Miss Berenice Johnson of Atchison. The other- guests will be Miss Ella Davis, Mt. Daraxn Bradley, Mr. Todd Matthews and Mr. George Beach. - ' . Mrs. C R. " Whitmer ' (Olive Jones Whinner). 326 Tyler street, has ' an article on Rocky mountain sheep in the July number of Recreation. Mrs. "Whitmer is a daughter of "Buffalo" Jones and . an enthusiastic amateur naturalist. , Miss Gertrude Hankla of Los 'An geles, California, was the guest of honor at a . supper at the.--yinewooa cafe last -night. ' Some' of the' Lambda 'Ajpha-Lambda sorority girls were the hast esses. , Miss .Hankla is visiting her grandmother,' Mrs.1 Byron Roberts, and will leave later in the month for Michigan resorts to spend the rest of the summer? She will return here 'in the" fall to spend the' winter. Kansas City Star: Mrs. E. K. Her rick and her granddaughter, Gene vieve will -return Wednesday from a two weeks' stay in Topeka. Mrs. Thomas B. Frost of the City of Mexico, with her little daughter, Sara Elisabeth, "will come Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs. Frost's sister Mrs. Robert Herrick, 2730 Prospect ave nue. , - . - ' Mr. and Mrs. Levere P. Nellis are at home, 429 Walrond avenue. v Modern food Is apt to lack in" bulk. according to . Dr. Luther Halsey Gulick, director of physical education In the public schools of New York. "We take so much trouble nowadays to have it nourishing, digestible and perfectly prepared," he says, "that we often fail to give the stomach and in testines enough, work to do. The walls of the intestines cannot get a good gTip on it. Food that is predigested is .worse yet for a healthy man. It leaves practically no responsibility for the alimentary ' tract, and" the alimentary tract needs responsibility if it is to keep- In order. The system forgets how to take care of a square meal. Concentrated foods are worst of all. Eat mince pie, sauerkraut and rabbit occasionally If you will, but give a wide berth to the steady use of con centrated foods. They have a place In the world, but it is not that of a regular diet." ' Mrs. E. C. Shiner gave a surprise smoker for Mr. Shiner Monday even ing. It is reported that a pink blonde is about to change the shade of her hair to red. ... A Topeka woman who had gone away for a month had to return in two weeks because her son, a spoiled darling of 49, got lonesome for her cooking and telegraphed for her to come home. , r A Tppeka man who thinks he is Something of a social lion is sore to day: Two parties in his block last night and he wasn't. Invited to either. One of them at his own house, too. A Topeka girl has a "case" with a flesirable man but is smart enough to keep it quiet so that very few people know anything about it. You can see her with almost any man except this particular man who is the only one she regards seriously. She hopes to keep her love affair perfectly dark until the wedding invitations are out, not so Iruch to surprise people as to avoid the gossip and knocking which every new engagement arouses and which Is so of ten fatal to the success of a love af fair. When a girl is noticeably pretty, you can always get up an argument about her beauty with contrary people who declare that there is nothing attractive about her. Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. Harry Bubb and her baby son of Wllllamsport, Pa., - are -expected next week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett R. Wheeler. Mrs. Everett Akers and her son ome( Or baa your comb run away with it? Better look out for what's leftof it, and keep it at home on your head, not in the comb. Ayer's Hair Vigor will act as "keeper.' If you have a particle of doubt aboat using this splendid prepa ration, let your aocior acciac lur yuu W. publish the formula of .11 our prprtioiiB. J.C.iwOo.! iwell. MM. YourJrlair Grove Stock has been shipped to Topeka, and together with the present prices never before heard of, and that will never again be before you. : . : ...... ; ... doubt this will be HAT OF MILAN STRAW. TRIMMED MiJl 'wmkSSl' The hat shown In the sketch was a most attractive model for wear with the summer frocks, and could be copied in any desired coloring. The model was in natural colored Milan braid, with a rose-colored, maline facing- Soft rib bon in changeable apricot and rose-color formed a large 'flat bow across the front of the mushroom-shaped brim, a large pink rose with dark green foliage and a cluster of locust blossoms being used across the crown and back. Robert and Miss Ruth Wood will go to Ludington, Michigan, Thursday and Miss Louise Wood, who-is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. R. Cartwright, in Indianapolis, will Join them in Chi cago. Mr. Thomas Benton Murdock and Miss Murdock of El Dorado are at the Copeland. Mrs. William F. Bowen ' went to Junction City today to visit her sister, Mrs. Thomas Grey Kennedy. Mr. C. C. Colson has gone to Mill creek for a fortnight's fishing. Mr. D. A. Mulvane has returned from a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs, O. J. Wood and Judge and Airs. J. Herrick "of Wellington leave tomorrow for a . trip through Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Edward T. Wilder of Kansas City has gone to Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs. W. J. Black while Mr. Wilder is in Globe, Arizona, on a busi ness trip. Mrs. Chester B. Reed, Miss Lucile and Miss Elizabeth Mills left yester day for Cleveland, O., the former to visit her sister, Mrs. C. L. Higby and the latter to visit their aunt, Mrs. Crossman. Mrs. Austin Prescott and Mrs. Chas. Wilmarth arrived vesterdav from Cali fornia to vi9it their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cross. Judge Frank Doster left today for Colorado and Los Angeles. Mrs. W. H. Curtis of Troy, who has been very seriously ill, is so much bet ter that it is thought she will recover. Her daughter, Mrs. Ralph V alentine Is with her and her son Mr. William Curtis was called to Troy on account of her illness last Thursday. Miss Anna Harrison Is visiting Mrs. Joe Ramsay in Lawrence on her way home from the Theta convention at Chicago. Mr. Harlow Hurley has returned from school at Andover, Mass., to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hurley. He Here Is a writing portfolio which can be easily made at borne, the proper dimen sions being shown in the sketch. The portfolio used as a model was in dark blue denim with a yellow leather binding, although, if desired, green, red or blue or any heavy silk or brocade of a service able color could be naed, the binding be ing of suede leather or heavy gros-gaaln ribbon. The - leather binding, though. Is rather to be preferred, and can be bought in the correct width In any ahop which keeps leather goods. Stiffening of a flexible sort is nsed as a foundation for the portfolio, the covering being glued to it at the edges. The dimensions are 12 Inches in width snd IS In length, the lining belcg cut in this size and plainly covered with the material. A piece la then cut for a pocket, this piece being about 14(4 inches wide, so that it Is folded in at each side to allow plenty of room for the paper and envelopes, etc To this deep pocket Is stitched a narrow strip for the envelopes and letters, this section being divided by -machine stitching, as a study of the sketch will explain. These pocket sections are ail bound with the leather, which la stitched on by machine. A piece of nar row cord rubber is fastened in the middle of the portfolio where.lt folds, this rub ber band holding the sheets of blotting paper lu place. The entire edge of the portfolio is then bound with the leather THE TOPEKA DAILY mmr the biggest sale in WITH RIBBON AND FLOWERS. attended Harvard commencement af ter the close of school of Andover and accompanied Mr. -Dan Kelly of Las Vegas, and Mr. Walter Gehring of Cleveland, O., Harvard men who visit ed him in Topeka last 'Summer, on an automobile trip across ... country to Cleveland in Mr. Gehring's touring car. ' " Mr. and Mrs. H.' A. Auerbach went to Kansas City' in -their touring car Sunday returning yesterday. Miss Nellie Curtis of Kansas City Is spending the week , with Miss Edith Van Dorp. Mr. and Mrs. Orwell B. Towne have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn Clark in Junction . City. Dr. J. M. Hamme of Cottonwood Falls is in town. Mrs. Clifford C. Cryder of Wamego is the guest of Mrs,. Park S. Bangs, 723 Tenth avenue west. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hankla are visit ing at Kiro. Wichita Beacon; Coler Sim left Sat urday for Washington, -where he ex pects to meet his family next Monday. They have been visiting in Boston for several days. They, with Mr. Sim will remain in the east about a month before returning to Wichita.. .... .Mr. Clarence Keller of Topeka arrived Saturday for a visit of a week with his parents and will then go to Colorado for a vacation. - - Ottawa Herald, Monday: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Shaw of Topeka. who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Logans- port, Ind., who have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Black, left this morning for Topeka. Mrs. Audley McKittrick of Denver, Colo., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cuthbert. Miss Jean Hay of Junction City, who was the guest of Mrs. J. P. Griswold and other Topeka people, has gone home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pricer of San Antonio, Texas, guests of Mrs. Pricer's A Home -Made STATE JOUBITAL TUESDAY EVENING; JULY. 9y the history of Zanditon in Topeka and the State of Kansas. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Burdge, have gone to Hiawatha to visit Mr. Pricer's people.. . They will be in To peka again before they return to San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitmer have moved from 433 Topeka avenue to 326 Tyler street. . Mrs. C. J.: Jones and Miss Jessie Jones will leave for their ranch at Grand Canon, Arizona, as soon as the health of Mrs. Jones, who has been ill for a few weeks, will permit. Miss Ellen Meldrum will visit "at the home of President and Mrs. J. H. Hill in Emporia the last of the week. . Emporia Gazette: Mrs. Rosa HIb hard returned yesterday to Topeka and Mrs. Robert Leslie and Edith Hib- bard went to Kansas City. They have been the guests of- Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Jones Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stead man and sons, Raymond and Ralph went home to Topeka yesterday, after a visit with Mrs.. Steadman's mother. Mrs. B. F. Moon. Mrs. Louis Marx of Chicago is visit ing with her sister. Mrs. J. H. Soleckl at her home, 1035 Jackson street. Independence Reporter: Mrs. Mar garet Freeman and daughter of To peka are visiting in this city and are now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Tulley. Kansas City Journal: Miss Mildred Smith of Topeka is the guest of Miss Fay Gedney, 3227 McGee street. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lamb of Osceola, Arkansas, arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Martindale of 1332 Polk street. ( ' Miss Vivian Gillespie of Osceola. Ar kansas, is visiting' Miss Hazel Reed of 1332 Polk street, for a few weeks.. Mr. Floyd W. Whittier left Saturday for Woodward, Okla., to join, a survey ing party for the summer. Mr. W. W. Crittenden left Monday for a three weeks' business trip toOklahoma and Indian -Territory Mrs. George uVIcanahan - of Kansas City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barnes, 715 Tenth avenue west. Junction City Unioni Mrs;-- L. M. Stevens of .Topeka tis in the city the guest of Mrs. W. E. Sweezey. The C. E. society of the First presDy- terian church will give a social tomor row night at the home of Mrs. G. F. Worlev. 313 Greenwood avenue, Potwin. The Richardson Art Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. F. J. Griffing, 1624 Polk street, Wednesday afternoon. ' Miss Maud Van Houton left Sunday for Denver, Colo., to . spend several weeks. ' Ralph and Russell Benedict have re turned to Kansas City after a visit to Phillip Samson. ' - . Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Crumblne and their daughter Violet will leave Thursday for the Jamestown exposition. Miss Clara Francis has gone to Colony, Kan., to spend a week before she goes .to Harbor Beach, Mich., for. a fortnight's visit to Mrs. Clad Hamilton. Mr. A. M. Petro left today to join Mrs. Petro in the City of Mexico. Miss Caroline Underhill has gone to Hamilton. N. Y.. to spend the summer. Mrs. James Collinson of Texarkana, Texas, is the guest of her son, Mr. Will Collinson. Colonel and Mrs. T. W. Harrison left today for Lake Okoboji, Iowa, to visit Mrs. Harrison's sister, Mrs. McCarty. Mr. John Rowles of Philadelphia is the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Johnson. Dr and Mrs. A. S;"' Andrews have re turned from a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Merle H. Collins of Kingfisher, Ok. Judge and Mrs. Henry F. Mason left yesterday for a fortnight's stay in Wis consin. Mrs. George D. Walp has returned from a visit In Corning. Mr. J. C. Emahizer has returned from a fortnight's stay at Excelsior Springs. Mrs. Robert Nicoll of Kansas City is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. D. T. Nicoll. Miss Lou Dell Wherritt of Kansas City is the guest of Miss Lola McAfee for a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. F. Grant H. Bilheimer have returned to Kansas City after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. F. G. W. Travis. Mr. Frederick Jolly cf Baxter Springs is expected this week to join Mrs. Jolly Writing Portfolio and Blotter, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Chamberlain. Mr. and Mrs. Charles HolHday and Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Ryder are in St. Josenh. Mrs. C. F. Menningor left yesterday for Wynona, Ind., wiiura she will take a six weeks' course in Bible study. The All Star club will entertain the Eastern Star members at a. lawn car nival at Miss Maud Cowdery's, 103 Western avenue tomorrow night. . Mrs. William Shaver and her chil dren will leave soon for Colorado , to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moeser and their daughter Mildred have gone east and will visit Jamestown. Washington, New York and some of the Atlantic coast resorts before they return. Miss Ethel Paige of Leavenworth will arrive tomorrow to visit Miss Clyde Bonebrake. Miss Jane Ross of Chicago is the guest of the Lakin and Meade families. Miss Gertrude Tracy and Mr. Ross Tracy are at home at the Devon. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Floersch of Hartlngton, Neb., who recently return ed from an extended stay abroad, have come to Topeka to reside permanently. Mr. Frank Grimes leaves tonight for the City of Mexico. Mrs. Rollyn Wells is In Leavenworth to spend the week. SURPRISED AT lANS AS. A. F. Sisson of Nevada Wonders at the Advancement. "The Sunflower state shows wealth and prosperity," says A. F. Sisson of Olinghouse, Nevada, formerly of To peka, whorls now visiting relatives ' In this ' city. ' "l ean hardly comprehend the advancements of the state of Kan sas during the 17 years in which I have been absent. Western Kansas was at the time I left virtually an open prai rie where occasionally a herd of cattle was to be seen. ISow wealth is shown in valuable ranches and improvements. Western Kansas like Nevada has been substantially benefited by the govern ment irrigation projects. In eastern Kansas improvements are universal. Your citizens have good electric cars, water, light, and gas systems, and are up-to-date and progressive. Municipal government seems to be good ana ef fective." ' Mr. Sisson is now a mining engineer of the famous camp at Olinghouse which is 22 miles northeast of Virginia City, Nev. This is one of the famous Conistock mines which has just produc ed 148 million dollars' worth of ore. Ac cording to Mr. Sisson these mines were the means of getting Nevada admitted as a state. Nevada is growing and has now 300, 000, which is about six times as many people as composed the population at the time Nevada was admitted to the Union. The Olinghouse canyon Is reach ed by a railroad three miles in length, which has an 8 per cent grade and is one of the greatest grades in the coun try. Only a Shay engine can climb the grade. Mr. Sisson will return to Nevada In a few weeks after he has visited with rel atives in other parts of the state. OFFICER TOO FRESH. Arrested Carpenter Who Had Money . as a Vagrant. - Strangers visiting in Topeka, who de sire to remain at large and escape the clutches of the police, will do well to hire a local guide and sponsor. This morning K. Schaffer, a carpenter who just arrived from Milwaukee with the intention of working at his trade, was arrested for vagrancy. Schaffer, who had started to the state free employ ment agency, stopped at a stand near the transfer station, and drank a glass of lemonade. While . quenching his thirst, Officer James arrested him and called the patrol wagon. Schaffer did not know., what he was arrested for, r- 1907. Topeka Stock, will .... CHILD'S DRESS OF LINEN AND E5IBROIDERT. The attractive little frock pictured of white linen embroidery in blue, although the design would be equally good in various other combinations. Natural colored linen, trimmed with bands of gaily colored embroidery to match, would be very attractive, or plain white English embroidery bands could be used on white or colored pique or linen. but made no complaint. He was well dressed for a working man, and had J17.25 in his pocket. Jailer Parcel did not like the idea of locking the man behind bars, and asked James what his prisoner was charged with. "Vag him," replied James, and walk ed out of the station. : Within five minutes the stranger, who had met with - the customary "welcome to our city" methods of the local police, had been released by order of Judge Urmy, his money restored to him, and was again on his way to the employ ment office. - . - 1 LYNN OLD BUT REFORMS. Aged Man Who Assaulted Another Will Fight No More. Benjamin Lynn, an elderly gentle man of small stature living at Rich land, pleaded guilty in the city court today to a charge of assault and bat tery. Judge Simon fined him five dol lars and costs which he paid and he also announced to the. court that he would never fight again except in self defense. Joseph A. Dailey, a strapping big fellow, also a resident of- Richland, swore to the complaint which resulted in Lynn's arrest and the original charge was one of felonious assault with intent to kill. Lynn struck Dailey over the head . several . times with a large wagon wrench and cut his scalp in a couple of places. After learning the particulars in the case J. J. Schenck, the county attor ney, was willing to change the charge from felonious assault to that of com mon assault and battery and it was to the latter that Lynn pleaded guilty. Lynn told the court that he struck Dailey because he was beating up a and machine stitched. A great addltlot) to the effect of the finished article is.te fasten a brass letter or monogram in one corner. The little blotter - illustrated shows a very original Idea, and the one shown In the sketch could be made to match the portfolio In the same material. To make the blotter denim of the desired color is used to cover an oblong strip of card board. On this is fastened with small brass fasteners one of the pointed fiat brass ornaments which are sometimes used on furniture. -The edge of the blot ter is then bound with gilt braid after the denim covered cardboard had been lined with paper or a second piece of tho linen. Three or four strips of blotting paper were attached at the end with brass fasteners. BEATRICE CAEY. A Problem. In a certain town are two brothers who are engaged in the retail coal bus iness. A noted evangelist visited me town, and the - elder brother vas con-, verted. For weeks after his conversion he endeavored- to persuade- his brother to join the church. One day he taid to . him: "Why can't you, Richard, join the church, as I did?" "It's all right for you -to be a. member of the church.". , renlied ' Riohard, "but if I join, who's going to weigh the coal?" Judy. . ' be thrown out ' v was made of white linen, with bands young nephew of the Lynn family. Judge Simon told Lynn he would be lenient with him because of his aga and assessed the fine of J5. ENGINEER FAINTED. His Train Collided With an Engine vand He Was Killed. - Mobile, Ala., July 9. In a rear end collision on the Mobile & Ohio- rail road near Whistler, Ala., today, five miles from Mobile, between passenger train No. 6 and a light engine, one man was killed and two others in jured. The dead: THOMAS DEASE. engineer of the passenger train; Meridian. Injured: Ben Evans, colored fire man on passenger train engine: will die. Thomas Murray, man clerk; ribs Unknown negro woman, slightly In jured. Evans, noticing that the train did not slow up at Whistler, crawled over : to the engineer's side of the cab and discovered Engineer Dease uncon conscious. He put on the air" brakes and stopped the train, but not until it had crashed Into the extra engine. The locomotive of the passenger train was derailed and the mail and haig gage cars were wrecked. ADOPT AMERICAN VIEW. Peace Delegates From England. Rus sia, Holland and Spain Fall in Line. The Hague, July 9. The American, British, Russian, Dutch and Spanish delegates to the peace conference to day conferred regarding the bombard ment of unfortified towns. They all withdrew their proposals on the sub ject and entrusted to Count Tornielll, Italy, to draft a proposition embracing the American views. ' Mrs. Harburger Seeks .Divorce. . .' Nettie. Harburger has begun a suit for an absolute divorce-from, her hus band. Walter R. Harburger. Her petition in the suit was filed yesterday afternoon with the clerk of the dis trict court. The Harburgers were married on December 11; 1897, and have no children. Mrs. Harburger as serts that her husband deserted her on December 9, 1905, and left her without means of support. She has had to support herself through her own efforts ever since and because of her husband's desertion she wants a divorce. ' Eastern Tour on One Excursion Ticket. Harrisburg, Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, an J other eastern points visited on Pennsyl vania Lines. Jamestown exposition ex cursion tickets from Chicago and St. Louis. For details write Steeg, Z K. Eleventh st... Kansas City. Hoot mon, the Kilties are coming.