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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAIr-THtTESDAr EVEHlNQ, JULY 11, 1307.
9 SANTA FE NOTES Conductor Peterson is laying oft on his runs on account of sickness. Fireman Gillespie is laying oft for a Jew days on account of sickness. Kngineer Joe Davidson is laying oft for a few days on account of sickness. Engineer Ed Ash is running in the place of Engineer W. C. Sherman in the pool. W. S. Tinprnan, general superintend ent of the Rock Island system, is in Topeka today on a business trip. Rev. Frank E. Mallory, pastor of the Third Christian church, addressed a large meeting in the machine shops this noon. onHnr-tor E. O. Reece is laying off on rung Nos. 61 and 62 between Topeka and Argentine for a few days on account oi sickness. John Lungstrom. who has been laying off for several days, is improving and will be able to return to his work some time next week. Conductor F. P. McCabe is running on runs Nos. 1 and 62 between Topeka and Argentine in the place of Conduc tor E. O. Reece. Engineer S. Horrick is running tem porarily on runs Nos. 115 and 116 be tween Kansas City and Newton until a regular engineer is assigned to the runs. A large force of electricians are now busily engaged in the rewiring of the passenger station. The work will be completed within a few days and much better lighting facilities then be afford ed the depot. The contractors are now working on the new building for the ice house and coach cleaners' quarters and the walls have been raised. It is thought that the exterior work will be completed within a. few days. Conductor Clint Coddinjt is working on . the St. Joe runs Noa. 119 and 120 for a few days in the place of Conduc tor Charles Peterson who is laying off. Engineer George Sherman has re turned to work after having been off for a few days. R. F. Flnnie, who has been laying oft for nearly a year, has returned to work and Is now running temporarily on runs Nos. 61 and 62 between Topeka and Argentine In the place of Brakeman Oeorge Stone, who is now working as an extra conductor. Gorge H. Woods, traveling road foreman of engines on the Rio Grande division. Is in Topeka for a few days visiting with relatives and friends. He will visit in Topeka a couple of weeks and after a short visit in Argentine will return to his home. Engineer John Snyder, who until the new time card went into effect, ran on the fast mall runs, has now been as signed to runs Nos. Ill and 112 over the cutoff in the place of Conductor Hake, who has been transferred to tne fast mail runs-between Kansas City and Newton. W. S. Thornburg, who was at one time a conductor on the Santa Fe and later with the Rock Island and Union Pacific roads, underwent an operation at Stormont hospital yesterday where a leg was amputated. His leg was caught between the bumpers of two freight cars at Herington a few nights ago and was crushed so badly that am putation was necessary. Train No. 8. the California limited, was an hour and. a half late this morn ing. No. 5 was also late, arriving about three hours behind time. A stub was run from Kansas City to Newton for the benefit of -the local Jtrafflc on' the main line. No. 1 was also a little bit behind time. A freight derailment on the Missouri division is reported to be the cause of the trouble. No. 2 from the west was also a couple hours' late. Lewis Waugh, who was for 14 years master mechanic of the Santa -Fe in Topeka, died yesterday noon In Leav enworth. The body was brought to Topeka today where the funeral and burial services will take place. Mrs. F. W. Freeman, of this city, Is a daugh ter of the deceased man. Mr. Waugh was well known among the railroad men throughout the west and had a large acquaintance among the Santa Fe employes among whom he had been associated for over 20 years. RAX AW AT FROM A HOSPITAL. C. K. Gephardt Boy Soldier With Con sumption, Wouldn't Stay In X. M. C. E. Gephardt,, a youthful con sumptive, who was picked up this morning, had papers to show that he was discharged from the navy on ac count of chronic illness, and sent to the government consumption post. THE BATTLESHIP RHODE ISLAND, ONE OF THE FLEET OF SIXTEEN WHICH MAT BE SENT TO THE PACIFIC. , . THE sixteen United States battleships which may indulge in a cruise to the Pacific are the Rhode Island, Vir ginia, Georgia and New Jersey, each of 14,048 tons displacement; the Alabama, Kearsarge, Illinois and Ken-tacky,- 11,525 tons; the Ohio, Maine and Missouri, 12,500 tons; the Connecticut and Louisiana, 16,000 tons, and the Minnesota, Vermont and Kansas, 17,650 tons. When they Join the Nebraska, Oregon and Wisconsin, now in the Pacific, Rear Admiral Kobley D. Krans will have an armada of nineteen of the largest and most formidable bat tleships In the world under, his command. ; - Fort Stanton, New Mexico, for treat ment. Gephardt, who seems to be in the last stages of tuberculosis, said he could not stand It at the hospital, where several victims of the disease were dying each week. He is trying to get back to Baltimore, where he has relatives to take care of him. He wants transportation to Kansas City, where he expects to get money from an-uncle to continue his Journey. "I came to Hutchinson with a show," he said, "and had money to pay my way this far. I have no money to pay my way to Kansas City, where I expect to get a letter from home. I am too weak to walk the distance, and I don't know how to beat my way, and am afraid to try it." Last Spike Driven. Pierre, S. D., July 11. The last spike on the Northwestern railway line, connecting the eastern and west ern parts of South Dakota, was driv en 90 miles west of here at 5:10 last evening. BiMffi C. J. Cusic was in today from Meno- ken. Fred Williams of Grantvllle was In town today. Mrs. A. F. Greer has returned from a trip to Kansas City. Mrs. Harry Fowler was In town to day from Silver Lake. W. A.- Feiderling was a North side visitor today from Elmont. Miss Christina Artzer is ill with ma larial fever at her home on Jackson street. Mrs. Henry Deitrich, of Elmont, was a guest at the Cottage Home boarding house yesterday. Miss Capple Schultz left Wednesday for a month's visit to Miss Echo Wil son at Las Vegas, N. M. Mrs. S. C. Sykes of 1319 Logan street, left yesterday afternoon for a visit of six weeks to friends in the country. The bricks to be used . in paving Kansas avenue are being piled up on each side of the sidewalk from Gor don street to Laurent. Mrs. J. F. Cell and little son have re turned to their home In Kansas City after a visit to Mrs. Cell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Musson, 524 Park street. Mrs. Bert Whyte and children who have been the guests of Mrs. Whyte's sister. Miss Hattie Welke, have gone to Pasadena, Cal., to Join Mr. Whyte. Mrs. H. N. Gilman of 1316 Quincy street and daughter. Mrs. Fred Clark and little son of 1030 Quincy street, are the guests of Mrs. Gilman's sister, Mrs. Jennie Wilson of Atchison. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Skinner and daughter, Elizabeth and sisters. Misses Nellie and Alice Skinner, will leave the first of Aueust for Butler county where they will camp out near the Snake river. Harmony Rebekah Circle will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Day, 126 Holman street. All of the Harmony members are requested to be present as there Is business of Importance to consider. Last evening's rain seems to have been only local. Mrs. Carl Tomlinson, who lives on the old Indlanola farm three miles west, reports that at that place there was very little rain, while A. J. Berry, whose home is ly, miles west on the lower Silver Lake road, says that at his jlaee there was not enough rain to lay the dust. Severa,l : members of the families living In block 1100 on Jackson street and a few of their friends composed a party which took supper at the Vinewood cafe last evening. Those. In the crowd were Mr. and Mrs. W. S, Bergundthal, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Jo seph, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs Frank Heyden, Mr. and Mrs. David Bergundthal, Miss Nellie Weth erholt. Miss Sidney Gardiner. Miss Wilma Bergundthal and Mr. C. S. Gillespie. John Buechner was operated upon today at Dr. Keith's hospital to . have a bullet removed from his knee which has been there for the past two years when the young man was accidentally shot while hunting. At the time of the accident the bullet was so deeply im bedded in the flesh that It could not be found, but since ten it has work ed to the surface nnd the knee has been causing Mr. Buechner consider able discomfort. Mr. Buechner is one of the proprietors of the City Meat market and a son of Fred Buechner of Elmont. The rain last evening interfered some what with Sunday school picnic of Its' ft AND- MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Teams to haul brick. Brick Co., 214 E. 6th st. WANTED Boy to do chores- on a small place in the country.. Apply at iu ta. wn. $30 WEEKLY salary and traveling ex- rr. ' n n.t1 l. nr.l4 O tnmtuitant hltf j'wiota will 1 1 'U l l v ' " 11 ' ' ness men. Call room 121, Copeland hotel . MEN WANTED 200 RAILROAD LABORERS. FOR TEXAS i? DAY. STEADY WORK, Cap. Employment Agency, 811 Kan. ave. WANTED Men and boys to hoe. F. P WANTED aborers aand car repairers-to snip to K. R. shops, bridge carpenters, farm hands, $25 mo., farm couples, man and wife cooks, man and wife for New .Mexico hotel, hotel help. Capital Erap. Agey., Ml Kansas ave. HARVEST hands, farm hands, 1st And 2d cooks, at Sayre; 2nd cook , at Herring ton and Boonvllle, laborers, liverymen, painters, kitchen help, washman for laun dry. TOPEKA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 503 Kansas Ave. Ind. 14SS. Bell 1630. ' WANTED Exnerienoed man hnnkkMner must furnish references and give gond If required. Address in own handwriting, stating age and salary expected. M. E- J-, care journal. MOLER barber colege, Kansas City, Mo. teaches the trade bv free clinic and rare. f ul instructions in few weeks, positions waiting for every body who will learn Write for particulars. WANTED A man to work on farm near the city. F. J. Bartel, 2039 Van Buren St. WANTED Man to do milking and chores. 721 Polk St. WANTED An experienced tinner at once. East side Hardware nnd Tin shop, 1202 WANTED Dining room girl and cham bermaid. Midland hotel, 4th and Quincy. WANTED Competent white girl for gen eral housework, erood wages, no washing. 310 E. 5th st. WANTED loo waitresses and lunch coun ter girls for eating houses in 15 states, pays $20 to $40 mo., board, room and pass. Woman cooks, house girls, hotel maids, laundry help, kitchen and hotel help. Cap, Emp. Agey., 811 Kansas ave. COOKS, waitresses, lunch counter girls for - Herrington. $25 per mo., waitress for Ellinwood, $5 per week, laundress for Pawnee City. Neb.. $10 per week. 5 girls for dining room work at Garfield Park, dishwashers. TOPEKA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 503 Kansas Ave. Ind. 14S8. Bell 1630. WANTED A competent girl for general housework at 621 Topeka ave. . WANTED A competent housekeeper. Ap ply 31S Topeka ave. WAVITD MT5CKT T.AXEOUS. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H. M. Bush. Ind. phone 3214. 1010 E. 8th st. WANTED Cotton rags for cleaning ma chinery; must oe washed. State Journal office. the Central Avenue Christian church which was held yesterday afternoon and evening at Gai field park. The crowd were just In the midst of their supper when the first drops fell. This was the signal for the people to scat ter and seek shelter. Some found refuge in the casino, others in the large frame lunch stand while others sought the bandstand. The refreshments were taken to the lunch stand and the crowd there had the opportunity to finish their interrupted supper while the casino crowd, although they had the better place were minus the cakes and pies. 1 WASTED MTSCTCT-LAXTTOU. WANTED Good calves, $450 to $5.00; . medium calves (3.50 to. ti.00. Can use only good calves. Chas. Wolff Packing Co. OLD CLOTHES, shoes, hats and over coats. Don't throw 'em away. I will call pay big prices for them. Gordon, 435 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 1490.. WANTED All my friends to know that I Just received 100.000 more of those good safe dividend paying shares to sell at 10c that have been so much" lately called for and that comes so highly recommended for the people to Invest in. (The other two large blocks have all been bought by Topeka people and this is the third.) Old Mexico' is a grand old place to .na'.-e quick fortunes. See me right away, as the price will soon be 25c. M. A. Pond, 609 Kansas ave.. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT 10 unfurnished rooms, single or en suite, gas and water; located two blocks from ave. Good neighborhood. Call at US Kansas ave. ; . FOR RENT Furnished rooms, also 2 for light housekeeping. 212 E. 9th St. FOR RENT Well furnished rooms, mod ern, one front, with alcove. 414. W.7th. FOR RENT Suite of unfurnished rooms, 1st floor, also unfurnished rooms suit able for light housekeeping 2d floor.Splen did location. Inquire 715 W. 6th st. FOR RENTUnfurnishtd and furnished rooms, 1st floor, housekeeping. 1215 Clay. FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, gas and water. Inquire at 1226 Jackson st. FOR RENT Large south front room with board. 212 W. 8th st. ; FOR REfT 1 second. floor room at the Virginia,; 420 W. 10th . St.. FOR RENT 3 furnished' housekeeDinar . rooms, $3. Soft water. 700 E.. 7th st. FOR . RENT 2 furnished housekeeping rooms down stairs, SS. 305 Adams st. FOR-RENT 2 nice rooms upstairs. Ask the drug man 732 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 10 unfurnished rooms, single ' or en suite; gas and water, located two blocks fom ave. Good neighborhood. Call Hf 71S Kansas ave. .... FOR RENT 3 large partly furnished rooms, all modern convenience, fine lo cation. Exclusive upstairs. Inquire 715 West th st. FOR RENT Apartments, in Lenox flats. 8. Barnum. Ind. 29S3. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms; everything modern.'- 512 Quincy. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Brand jiew 4 room' house. Topeka Investment .& -Loan Co., rooms 1-2 Veale block. Ind. phone 1307. FOR RENT Modem 5 iroom house 1331 Quincy St. Ritchie. . Ind. phone 5201. BIGGEST RENTAL LI&T IN THE CITYY EVERYTHING IN HOUSES THAT YOU WANT TO BUY. GO TO " " - - W. M. FORBES & CO., 107 WEST SEVENTH. BOTH PHONES. FOR RENT 2 modern houses, close in; also 171K Fillmore st., $11, gas and barn. Wilson, 415 Kansas ave. 4nd. phone 1394. FOR RENT Modern 6 r6om house, 219 E. 11th. ..Inquire 827 To petal ave. for rfvt wsrKr.TArfrs. FOR?'RENOiphinf office roomsi gas and telephone. L. Bis- coe, 523 Kansas ave. 4 fe . , f , FOR SALE RfeAL ESTATE. HERE 18 A BARGAIN )A house of 6 rooms.-- t full lots, fine shade. Price "S1.650. Between 6th and 7th streets, on east side. For full particulars address P. O. Box S3?, City. WHEAT. CORN AND ALFALFA - LANDS.. In Rooks. Graham and TreKO counties. Palco is headquarters for these lands, wide famed for their fertility and productive ness. You have heard of the famous Par adise Flats. I can sell. you a farm there for $16 to $35 an acre, according to loca tion and improvements. Do you know the land if you dont you should. Write to J. E. Robeson, Palco, Kan. ONE of the prettiest cottages in city. Strictly .modern, 14 lots, line snaae, fruit, barn, 710 Lane street; also modern house of 7 rooms, shade, . fruit, at 1315 W. 7th st. Inquire on premises. FOR SALE 5 room i story house, 8 lots, all Inclosed, $1,350. . Will take team on payment. 1218 N. Taylor st. FOR SALE 42 lots In West Shorey, north of U. P. roundhouse, at $25 each, or will trade: also 10 lota oa 24jst -and Jefferson sts. $40 to $100 each. M. Heery, tel. 1235. GEO. M. 'OBLE & CO, PCAL ESTATE. LOANy, INSUFAN'CS Some Special Farm and City Bargain . SC KAN. AVE. OPV. SoSTOPTTICK. FOR SALE 40 acre ranch 200 acres In cultivation and 40 acres in alfalfa land,, good frame house, only 4 miles from the railroad. Price $15 per acre. Terms rea sonable. Address E. A. Kramer, Plain vllle. Rooks Co., Kan. FOR SALE By owner.almost new 8 room modern house, near central park,, cash or payments. C. J., State Journal. -' FOR SALE Second-cut alfalfa hay, clean ana line, ueirverea.- ma. pnone linn z. FOR SALE Detroit Jewell gas range, in good condition, lvw tiarrison st. FOR SALE Good Jersey family cow six years-old. 1X1 iarnson st. . FOR SALE Buggy and harness, com plete, ri Tyier st. - . FOR SALE Lady's desk and chair; oalt. oil finish, $7. 611 Quincy. Merchants' T. & a. C.O. . BICYCLE BARGAINS, good second hand wheels from $S up. Good tires $3.50. H. M. Cross Cycle Co.. 810 Kansas ave. OLD JEWELRY made new at .Fried berg's, 507 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Sound young driving horse, city broke. 1301 Quincy st.- Bell S625, THE BEST American mainsprings - for American watches at Friedberg's, 607 Kansas ave. ' i, FOR SALE Almost new Davenport Call at 812 Tyler sU FOR SALE 00 business carti for $l.zt: 600 envelopes $1.5: 500 letter head $1.S0! Ee them; 1st class printing at propor tionate rates. TRAFP. 714 Kansas av. FOR SALE Good surrey. Inquire at 1011 Locust st. FOR SALE Sow. 5 pigs, 2 sows, fallow soon, -1 male hog, 1 shoat. 613 Wast Railroad st. FOR SALE Horse, buggy, harness, and spring wagon. 463 Chester, ave., $50. BALM OF FIGS, marvelous remedy for ladies' ills Thousands cured. 13.19 W. 10th. Ind. 11244 Mrs, gattey. mgr. FOR SALE Fine stock . of dry goods, clothing,, shoes and notions, in a good town in western Kansao. Will sell or trade for land. Address A. M. King. Plalnville. Kan. .. - LEGAL. 'Published In The Topeka State Journal July 1L 1907.3 OFFICIAL COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.- COUNCIL CHAMBER, Topeka. Kan., July 8, 1307. ' Council met in regular session at eight o clock p. m., with the following councU ment present Blakely, Horn, Howard, n" Kuiz' i-annan. Montgomery, 8 5nifV Tandy ard Van Ness-10. Absent -ouiday 1. Councilman Hughes in the On motion of Councilman Horn the reading ot the minutes of the resular meeting of July 1st and special meeting or July Sth was dispensed with and they were approved as written up by the clerk Communication from the city engineer in regard to accumulation of rubbish near the box factory on 1. 6th ave. was pre sented, read, and on motion of Council man Howard, referred to the street com missioner in connection with the fire marshal with Instructions to request its removal at once, and If not done by the pox factory people, the street department to remove it and charge the cost ui to the parties at fault. Communication from J. R. Mulvane re garding vacation of a portion of Monroe street in North Topeka was presented, read and referred to committee on streets and walks.- - Communication from S. J. Henry re questing a building permit was presented, read and referred to the fire marshal in connection with the fire department com mittee. . Communication from the city clerk of Oakland in regard to being annexed to the city of Topeka, was presented, read and filed. Communication from James R. Wick relative to construction of a street cross ing across College ave. at 14th St., was presented, read and referred to the streets and walks committee. Communication from J. Y. Niles re questing refund of sidewalk tax for 1906, amounting to $24.67, was presented, read and referred to claims and accounts committee. Petitions for sidewalks as follows were presented, read and referred to committee on streets and walks: West side of College ave. from south line of 15th st. to north line of -16th st. ' East side of Shawnee ave., between. Wil low ave, and Cherokee st. . . South side of 11th st. from Washburn ave. to Woodward ave. . North side of Euclid ave. from College ave.-to Bnswell st 'West side of Boswell st. from Euclid ave. to 16th .st. . North side of:16th St. from Boswell st. to College ave. ' Remonstrance against the vacation of Lincoln St. " between 25th and 26th sts., signed by I. S Curtis and a number of others, was presented, read and referred to streets and" walks committee. Report of the city attorney on bills of T. W. Harrison -against the city of To peka .was 'presented, read and on motion of Councilman Horn referred to the city attorney for a further opinion. Report of food inspector for the month of June was oresented, read and filed. Communication from M. A. Blanchard requesting permission to connect with sewer at the corner-of the alley at Grant St. between uentral ave. ana Jackson St., first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to committee on sewers, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be granted. On motion of Councilman Jor dan the report of the committee was adopted. Report of the city engineer in regard to the intersection and catch basin at 13 Ui and Clay sts., first presented May 7, 1907, and referred to committee on sewers, was reported back with recommendation that the report be adopted and on motion of Councilman Blakely the report of the committee was adosted. Resolution regarding culvert at. 12th st. and Woodward ave., first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to streets and walks committee, was reported back with rec ommendation that the resolution be re ferred to the city engineer. Ori motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was adopted. Remonstrance against sidewalk on Ger man ave. between Seward ave. and Rail road St., was presented, read and referred to streets and walks committee. Petition for sidewalk on the east side of German ave. from Seward ave. to Crane st., first presented July 1, 1907, and refer red to streets and walks committee, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be filed, and on motion of Councilman 'Jordan the report of the com mittee wsls adopted. :i7 Petition for Sidewalk, on south side of Seward ave. from Branner St. to the city limits east, first presented July 1, v 1907, and referred to to the streets and walks committee, was reported back with rec ommendation that the petition be granted. On motion of Councilman Jordan the re port of the committee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk-on north side of Fairchild. st. from Monroe to Jefferson St., first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to committee on streets :and walks, was reported back with- the -recommendation that the petition be not granted. The re port of the committee was adopted on mo tion of Councilman Jordan. Petition for vacation of certain alleys in Benson's addition, first presented June 3, 1907. and referred to committee on streets and walks, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be granted, and on motion of Councilman Jordan the; report of the committee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on both sides of Gratton st. from Seward ave. to Division St., also on north side of State st. from Twiss ave... to Emmett St., first presented July 1, ,1907, . and referred to streets and walks committee, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be grant ed. The report of the committee was adopted on motion of Councilman Jor dan. Petition for sidewalk on the east side of Larch st. from the north line of Seward ave. to the north line of -Gordon's addi tion, ; also on the north side of German ave. from north line of Sward ave. to the north line of Gordon's addition, first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to committee on streets and walks, was re ported back with recommendation that the petition be granted. On motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the com mittee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on the west side of Mulvane st.i between 15th and 16th sts., first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to streets and walks committee, was re ported back with recommendation that the petition be granted, and on motion, of Councilman Jordan the report of the com mittee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on north side of Euclid ave. from Kansas ave. to Topeka ave., first presented July 1. 1907, and re ferred to streets and walks committee, was reported back with the recommenda tion that the petition be granted, and on motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was adopted. On motion of Councilman .Stanley the report of the committee was reconsidered and the petition re-referred to the streets and w-ks committee. Petition for sidewalk on west side of Liberty St. from 4th to Sth sts., north side of oth st. from Liberty St. to Leland St., pnd from Leland to Lafayette Bt., first presented June 20, 1907, and referred to streets and walks committee, was report ed back with recommendation that the pe tition be granted, and on motion of Coun cilman Jordan the report of the commit tee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on south side of W 5th st. from Clay to Buchanan st.. and from Lincoln st. to Lane St., also the north side of W. 5th st. from Lane st east to alley and also on the south side of W - 5th st from Fillmore st. to the east line of alley between Fillmore and Clay sts. first presented July 1, 1907. and refer red to streets and walks committee, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be granted. The report was ; adopted on - motion of Councilman Jor- Petition-for side wc.lk' on south side of 5th st. between Lane and West sts.. , first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to streets and walks committee, was re ported back with recommendation that the petition be granted, and on motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the com mittee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on east side pf from 23d st. south to the city limits, first presented July 1. 1907, and , rererrea to inw l-uhihuiiot " r-. . ... w,u walks, was reported back with recom mendation that the petition be granted. The report of the committee was adopted on motion of Councilman Jordan. Resolution of Councilman Holliday rela tive to opening Swygart ave., first pre sented June 20, 1907. and referred to the streets and walks committee, was report ed hack with -recommendation that the resolution b filed. The report of the LEGAIi. committee was adopted on motion of Councilman Jordan. .Communication front the city engineer relative to condition of pavements, first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to the streets and walks committee, was report ed back with recommendation that the communication be filed, and on motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the com mittee was adopted, . Communication relative to grading Polk st. from 14th st. to Euclid ave., first ore sented April 1, 1907, and referred to com mittee on streets and walks, was reported back with recommendation that the com munication be referred to the city engi neer with instructions to present data to the council for the preparation of the proper ordinance. On motion, of Council man Jordan the report of the committee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on east side of Ty ler st. from Huntoon ave. to Euclid ave., first presented July 1, 19U7, and referred to the streets and walks committee, was re ported back with recommendation that the petition be filed. On motion of Coun cilman Kutz the report of the commitee was not adopted and the petition was re referred to the streets and walks commit tee by the following vote: Ayes Howard, Kutz. Lannan, Stanley, Tandy and Van Ness 7. Noes Horn, Jordan and Mont gomery 3. Absent Holliday 1. Petiton was then reported back with recommen dation that it be granted, and on motion of Councilman Blakely the report of the committee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on the west side of Liberty st. from 6th to 8th sts., first pre sented July 1, 1907, and referred to the streets and walks committee, was report ed back with recommendation that the pe tition be filed. On motion of Councilman Lannan the report was amended to read "granted" Instead of "filed," and the re port of the committee was adopted as amended. Petition for sidewalk on south side of Douthitt ave. from Kansas ave. to West ern ave., first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to the streets and walks commit tee, was reported back with recommenda tion that the petition be filed, and on motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was adopted. Petition for sidewalk on east side of Quincy st. from 17Ui st. to the present walk between loth and 17th sts., first pre sented July 1, 1907, and referred to the streets and walks committee, was report ed -back with recommendation- that the petition be filed. The report was adopted on motion of Councilman Jordan. Remonstrance against the annexation" of certain land lying between Taylor and Tyler sts., north of the city limits, first presented July 1, 1907, and referred to-the streets and walks committee, was report ed back with recommendation that the re monstrance be placed on file. On motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was adopted. Estimate, plans and specifications of the city engineer for new office for the water works department were presented, read and on motion of Councilman Kutz approved by the following vote: Ayes Councilmen Blakely, Horn, Howard, Jor dan, Kutz, Lannan, Montgomery, Stanley, Tandy and Van Ness 10. Noes None. Absent Holliday 1. On motion of Councilman Jordan a spe cial session of the councill will be held Monday, July 15, 1907, at 7:30 p. m. for the purpose of hearing remonstrances against the report of the appraisers appointed in connection with the opening of Smith st. Councilman Jordan moved that when council adjourned it do so to meet Mon day. Julv 15, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m. Carried. The following resolution py councilman Jordan was on his own motion adopted: Resolved. That the officers of the sani tary department be and they are hereby authorized and directed to take charge of the prisoners at the city Jail and employ said prisoners in cutting the weeds on vacant lots throughout the city. The following resolution was presented by Councilman Lannan: Resolved, By the mayor and council that the board of water works trustees be and hereby are authorized to advertise for bids ror tne construction oi a water oi fice, as per plans and specifications now on file in the office of the city engineer. On motion of Councilman Howard the resolution was amended to read that the city clerk should advertise for bids in stead of the water works trustees. The i-4Mnlutirn was then adoDted as Hmended. Resolution of Councilman Howard rel ative to extra armature at the city light nlant. was nresented. read and filed. An ordinance relative to vacation of a portion of Fensky st. was presentea, reaa ana reierrea to streets ana wama commit tee. Report pf the appraisers on the opening of Smith st was Bresented. read and ap proved-' by "th following vote: Ayes (jounciimen BtaKeiy, num.- nuwara, dan, Kutz. Lannan Montgomery, Stanley. Tandy and Van Ness 10. Noes None. Absent Holliday 1. Communication from J. R. Mulvane rel ative to vacation of a portion of Monroe St., first presented July 8, 1907. and refer red to streets and walks committee, was reported b.ck with recommendation that the communication be placed on file. On motion of. Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was adopted. Ordinance No. , vacating certain por tions of Monroe st. in the block between Curtis St. and the Union Pacific right-of-way, was presented, read and referred to streets and walks committee who report er! It hack with recommendation that the ordinance be adopted. On motion or Councilman Montgomery It was re-referred to the streets nnd walks committee. Petition for sidewalk on the west side of College ave. from south side of loth to north side of 16th St., first presented July S, 1907, and referred to streets and walks committee, was reported back with rec ommendation that the petition be granted and on motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was doted. Petition for sidewalk on south side of 11th st. from Washburn ave. to Wood ward ave.', first presented luly 8, 1907. and referred to streets and walks committee, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be granted. The report of the committee was adopted on motion of Councilman Jordan. Petition for sidewalk on north side of Euclid ave. from College ave. to Boswell st , thence north on west side of Boswell st to 16th St., thence east on north side of 6th St. to College ave.. first presented July 8. 1907. and referred to streets and walks committee, was reported back with recommendation that the petition be granted, and on motion of Councilman Jordan the report of the committee was ad-opted. Remonstrance against sidewalk on east side of German ave. from Seward ave. to Railroad St., presented July 8, 1907. and referred to strets and walks committee, was reported back with recommendation that the remonstrance be filed. On mo tion and was re-referred to thestreets and walks committee. No further business appearing, council Seal"1' C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. TFIrst published In The Topeka State Journal July 9, 1907.J . OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF ED- ""' UCATION. Topeka, Kan., July 8, 1907. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the board of education until 5 o'clock p. m. Monday, August 5, 1907, for supnlying the public schools of the city of Topeka with coal for the year 1907-1S68. as follows: Clean Burlingame lump, screened; Frontenac or Weir City,-clean domestic nut, free from slack; Frontenao or Weir City slack. The board will take Into consideration the quality of the coal and not necessar ily give the contract to the lowest bidder. Bids will be received -for supplying all the Schools, or those on the north and south sides of the river separately. The amount reauired will be about 1,400 tons of 2.000 pounds to the ton. All coal to be delivered In such quan tities and at such times in the coal houses and weighed on such scales as the board may designate, at the expense of the con tractor. A certified check for $100.00, payable to the board of education, must accompany each bid, to be forfeited in case the suc cessful bidder fails to enter Into contract within three days after the award. A satisfactory bond for $1,000 will be requir ed for the faithful performance of the contract. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. i By order of the Board of Education. J. E. STEWART, Clerk. TRANSFER ANT STORAGE MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & STORAGE Co,, packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. Hoi. ClaxenCB Skinner. SU Qutaojr aU .. , . IXST AND FOUNT. LOST Sunday, gold chain and cross. Re ward for return to la E. 6th st. LOST A Duber gladiator watch with El gin works. : No. 6432619 on works, H. S. N. Y. on dial plate. A reward and no questions asked if returned to William Gorden, 400 E. Sth st. Accnox. - PUBLIC AUCTION- SATURDAY, JULY 13. ' Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp. CJme for unprecedented bargains at the old1 stand,, corner of Sth and Quincy. A gendral as-' sortment of household furnishings, such as iron beds, dressers, commodes, , ref rig-.' erators. kitchen cabinets, chairs, : tables,, lace curtains, etc. C. -M. CREWS.' Auctioneer. BUSINESS CHANCES. , CASH for 2. 8 or 4 chair barber shoo, well wvaitu. w-neap rent, onop, care journal.,. FOR SALE The best lunch and short or-. . der house in the city. . Must sell on ac-, count of health. Address W". W Journal. MONET. MONEIT to loan on live stock. nULnns. iwr. sonal security, household goods, typswnt era W. E. Seguine. U1K.A. Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can pay back by the week or month. Toneka Invent, pient & Loan Co. Rooms 14k 2, Veale block.- MONEY to loan on personal property. payment $1.25 week will pay off loan $21 ' In 25 weeks. G. H. Fllntham. notary pub Ilc 808 E. 4th st. Either phone 77. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Blscoe. $21 Kan. av. BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. U. 8. CYCLE CO..-118 S. Eighth. National & Iver-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repair. FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS FOUNDERS., machinists and pattern makers. Topeka Foundry. 31S, 3J0 aad 22 Jackson at. Both phone 490. UNDERTAKERS. ESTABLISHED 36 years. G. B. Palmer. funeral director. Masonic Temple, 61 Jackson st. Both phones 146. L. M. PEN WELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 192. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler nnd Opti clan. Complete stock cf watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined and soectacles properly fitted. FREE DISPENSARY. MONROE ST. FREE DISPENSAH. 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. Calls answered night or day. Ind. phone S413. ABSTRACTS. WILLIAM HALL JENKINS. ? Expert examiner cf abstracts. Legal pa pr.iT executed. Money loaned. Special lo'.n of $2,500. Must be city property. 433 Kac- sas ave. Fhone 1577. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, 423 Kan sas .ave Topeka. . PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. ' R. O. RHOADisiSM'; ilA'f files Bvtu,i, il Kansas avenue.r, Ind. phono 4. Hours; 10 to 12; -i to 5; 7 JO to 8 Jo. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 726 Kansas ave. . Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: a. in. to 11 a. m. and 8 p. m, to 5 p. m. Both phones 16 residence and Ind. 1316 office. DR. H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, with private hospital. Office 631 Kansas svec---f SANITARIUMS." L'HKiS'l'S HOSPITAL COTTAGES for the care and treatment of nervous In. valids, alcohol and drug habitues and mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. Lindsay.- M. D.. 829 K. A.. ToDeks. Kan. ' CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. BOWERS & KEARNS, contractors and builders. Job work carefully done. JUi W. 7th. Phone 3653. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder. has meved his shop to 728 Jackson su Ind. phone 1244. macioxe snops. MOWERS ground, factory process. Tie. Tel. 503. Harry B. Howard. 710 Kan. ave. - PAYTJfG. CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK & PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th st. Mtgrs. o btilldinl. paving and sidewalk brick. FLORISTS. HOME GK OWN CUT FLOWERS, floral designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James iiayes, j07 W. 8th at. J. C. RODMAN, blooming plants, out flow ers, plants, designs, decorations. 106 W. Eiehth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Moo. JVOTICE NOTICE Anyone knowing whereabouts of Gustavus A. Guenther, or his heirs. will please communicate with 8. E. Bar ber, manager Aetna Life Insurance Co., Topeka. Kan. JSTALMOSTS ARENA. 3:11, champion Kansas trotter. at Exhibition hall, fair grounds. .Ball phone 762. R- I. Lee. WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHLlN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, stoves., fine tools. 70S Kaa sa ave. Phone 804. - BLAoksirrH. NOTICE Blacksmithlng, repair work. norsesnoeing,. etc. (jvi ju. u .. fwji Vetter. PIANO TUNERS. PIANOS voiced, tuned and repaired. C. E. Lutes. 611 Kansas ave. Ind. phone 131Z VETERINARY SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG ABYERLEY. veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones. WE have opened up our horse shoeing shop at 617 Quincy; have employed a good horseshoer from K. C. and wfc guar antee to give you satisfaction. Give hint a .trial... Wt T..and. W. a Lawless.