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SHE TQgEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAISATITBD AY EVENING. JULY 13, 1907.
13 t EIrs Enima Stblfc of . Appleton, -Wisconsin mA neighbor advised me to use Peruna. J began to improve at once, , ' ' - v" MRS. mA STOLT. Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1069 Oneida St., ;Appleton, Wis., writes: "Peruna has done me a great deal of good since I began talcing it and I am always glad to speak a good word for it. "Three years ago I was in a wretch ed condition with backnches,-- bearing . down pains, and at times was so sore and lame that I could not move about. I had Inflammation and irritation, and although I ... used different remedies they -did me no rood. "A neighbor who had been using .Peruna advised" me to try it',' and I am glad that I did. I began to improve as soon as I took it ' and, I, feit much , better. "1 thank you for your fine remedy. It is certainly a coUst-nd to sick women." -- - ' Catarrh of the Internal Organs. " Miss Theresa Bertles, White Church, Mo., writes: - "I suffered with catarrh of the stom ach, bowels and internal ' organs. Everything I ate seemed to hurt me. I never had. a passage of the bowels without taking medicine. .: I. was so tired mornlnjrs. and achd I1 over. - I had a pain in my left side, and the least exertion or excitement made rhe short of breath. V "Now, after takins Peruna- for six. months, I am as well as I ever jas. Peruna has worked . wondera lor me. I believe Peruna is the best medicine In the world, and I recommend it to my friends." i OUR CHAUTAUQUA TopekaV First Attempt . for Many Years Opens Monday. Tents Are Spread ai'Berntifu Garfield Park. KILTIES ARE COMING. Famous Canadian Band Feature of First Day's Programme. ! Many Other Interesting Events Have Been Planned. , i EASTT0Fci!AI!O7D Mr. John Stamm of 124 North Lake street is unable to be at work on ac count of illness. Mrs.' C. E. Yewell of 520 Jefferson street is enjoying a visit from her sis ter from Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wilson will ar- rive this evening from Lawrence . to spend Sunday with relatives. ' Mr. and' Mrs. Cleveland of 71?Ttw rence street went to Burlingame yes- terdoy to spend a few weeks visiting relatives. Mr. Raymond .Reser returned this evening from Fort Riley, Kan., where he has been with the state militia since last Monday. Mrs. William Christie of 831 Adams street, will return home Monday from Irving. Kan., where, she has been vis iting her sister. Mrs. Wilbur Standsfield and children of 427 Jefferson went to the country yesterday to be the guests of her aunt for a few weeks. Mr. John McCall who has been vis iting Mrs. Norwood and son John, left Wednesday for Decorah, la., where he will remain permanently. Miss Kate McMahon and Miss Car rie Hannum will leave Sunday for TJenvpr, Colorado Springs and other cities to spend a few weeks Mrs. Jennie Smith of 834 Madison street will return from Melvern, Kan., where she has been spending the past week the guest of relatives, today. Miss Rosa Kay and Miss Ada Beav er left today for 'a visit in Boston, Nia gara Falls and other- eastern points. They will be gone about two weeks. Miss Fairie Bradshaw of 711 Lake ptreet met with a serious accident Wednesday evening while playing. She fell off a ladder and broke her right shoulder bone. Mr. John McGaftan will arrive this evening from Emporia to spend a short time with Mr. Drew, 312 Mon roe street. He will return home with his wife and children tomorrow. . Miss Nellie Sawyer of 708 Lake street and Mr. John Cecil were mar ried yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mallory, at the homo by the Rev. F. E of Mr. Mallory. Mr. and Mrs left today for Kansas City and cago. Cecil Chi- Weather Indications. Chicago, July 13. Forecast for Kansas: Cooler tonight with fair in west and showers in east portion; Sunday fair with .cooler in east portion.- The Topeka Chautauqua the fffist for many years--wiU open Monday. p.t Garfield Park. The feature of the opening will be the famous Canadian Kilties band but there are many other features that promise . to prove Inter esting and Instructive. 'ti There has been a. big advance sale of tickets, and a large crowd is ex pected on the opening day. Following is . the complete pro gramme: . Monday, July 15. 2:30 p. m. Kilties band. . ; 3:00 p. m. Opening address, Capt.J G. Waters. -. . -., ' Flag raising exercises; in charge of Lincoln Post, Capt. r. ti.. coney, past department commander of Kansas, presiding. 8:00 p. ir.. Kilties band. Tuesday, July 18. 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. 9:00 a. m. Bible lecture. Dr. W. M. Patten. t'Bible Land," Council tent. 10:00 a., m. Mrs, Margaret Hill Ma- Carter "Summer- Morning With the Poets." Council tent. 11:00 a. m. Domestic Science, Miss Marararet Haerctart. Lecture and demon stration on cooking "Vegetables, Cereal, Fruits." Council tent. 2:00 p. m. The Wilbur Star Concert rnmnn nv: - Auditorium. -an n m. Col. H.W. J. Ham, of Georgia. "The Snollygostic in Politics." 4:00 p.m. United Mission Study, Mrs. John P. ' White, "The Triumph of Mis sions'," Council tent. 'i i 6:00 p. m. C. L. S. C. Council Hour, in charge of W. C. T. V. 7:30 p. m Wilbur Star Concert com pany ' ' 8:00 p. m. Dr. Themas E. Green. A Lecture-Drama, "The Templar Knights. Wednesday. July 17. ( PATRIOTIC DAY. ; 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. ' 9:00 a. m. Bible Lecture, Dr. W. M. Patten "The Land of the Book; Coun- : cil tent. 10:00 a. m. Mrs. Margaret Hill Mc Carter, "Summer Mornings with the Poets," Council tent. 10:30 a. m. Address by Senatoo Chas. Curtis of Kansas; "A Trip to Panama," Auditorium. 11:00 a. m. Domestic Science. Miss Margaret Haggart, "Batters and Dough Mixtures," Council tent. 2:00 p. m. Wilbur Star Concert com pany. 2:30 p. rn. Addresses by Col. Wm. Warner,' senator from Missouri; Dr. B. F. Boyl, of Atchison; Congressman W. A. Calderhead; Congressman D. R. An thony; Mrs. E. E. Forter. MarysviUe. ' 4:00 p. m. United Mission Study, Mrs. John P. White, "Methods of Modern Mission," Council ten. 5:00 p. ra. C. L. S. C. Council Hour, In charge of Women's Auxiliaries G.-A. R. - ' 7:30 p. m. Wilbur Star Concert com pany, i - : 8:30 p. m. Nat . M. Brigham, r- "The Apache Warpath." Illustrated. - 2:30 p. m. Midland Jubilee Singers. ' 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. 9:00 a. m. Bible Lecture, by Dr. W. M. Patten, "The Old Testament and Its Writers." ' 10:00 a. m. Mrs. Margaret Hill -Mc-Carter, "Summer Mornings with the Poets." . . - : - Domestic Science, Miss Margaret Haggart, -"Eggs and Meats," : Oounqtl tent. " - - 2:30 p. m Midland uJbilee Singers, ' 3:00 p.' m. Dr. Elliott Boyl. : . 4:00 p. m. United Missions Study: Mrs. John P. White, "Educational Mis sions." ' - : ''" 5:00 p. m. C. L. S. C. Council Hour; "Present Day Aspects of MormOnism;" Miss Edith Hughes. ' 7:30 p. m. Midland Jubilee Singers. 8:30 p. m. Nat M. Brigham, "The Grand Canyon of Arizona." Illustrated, . . ; . . Friday, July 19. r .,. ; MISSIONARY DAY: rk ' ! 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. ' i 9:00 a. m. Bible Lecture. Dr.- W. M Patten. "The Old Testament The Gathering of the Books." 10 a. m. Dr. John P. White. Lec ture with charts, "Immigration," Audi torium. 11:00 a. m. Domestic Science, ' Miss Margaret Haggart. "Cakes, Pies,' Pud- aings, council tent. "- 2:00 p. m. Klidland Jubilee Singers. 2:30 p. m. Captain R. P. " Hobson, America's Mission as Peacemaker Among the Nations." - - 4:00 p. m. United Mission Studvf. Mrs. John P. White, "Woman's : Work- for Woman." . ; - 6:00 p. m. C. L. S. C. Council : hour. "World-WidQ- Missions." charge of Mrs. J.: R- Madison : i - . 7:3t) pV m. Midland Jubilee Singers. " 8:30 p. m. Thomas Gray, "Mlerones lan Islands.". Illustrated. . . ; Saturday, July 20. FARMERS' INSTITUTE DAY. 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. -900 a. m. Bible lecture. Dr.. W. M, Patten "Between the Testaments. . 9:00 a. m. -Retz-Nehrbas comblna. tion. - 10:00 a. m. Prof. J; H. Miller, su nerintendent' of Farmers' institute. K S. A. C. "The - Relation of Improved Agriculture to Permanent Prosperity, fiiiriitnriiiTTl. - . . : . - -- Domestic science Miss Margaret Haggart. "Breads, Cakes, Pies. . Coup j- m. Prof. J. T.Willard, K. "Why Legislate; for Pure KANSAS RIFLEMEN Prize Team Chosen at ; Riley Contest. Fort cil tent. 2jO0 p. S. A. C, Food." 3:00 p. i "Mu ni. Splllman Rlggs, alcl F1t and Misfits." 4:00 d. m. United mission study, Mrs. John P. White. ."Medical Mis sions." . .fir on m C. L. S. C. council hour. Y. W. C. A. conference In charge' of Mrs. Norman Plass, president of the state committee . 7:30 p. m. Retx-Nehrbaa combina tion. . 8:30' p. m "Boy Blue." children's opera In three acts. Cast of 60 per sons. . . finndav. Julr 21. 5 2:0.0 p.- -m.-" Prelude ' Howe com panv. 1 - " ' ' 2:30 n. m. G. A. Gearhart. "Dani. gers That Threaten Civilization." 5:00 p. m.; "What the Young Peot pie Are Doing to Evangelize- Amer ica," Miss Edith Hughes, field secre tary for women's board of home mis sions. - - 7:30 p. m. VesDer service. 8:00 o. m. (iosner service. In charge of Young People's Local union Monday, July 22. .; TEMPERANCE DAY. ; , 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. ' ' 9:00 a. m. Bible lecture. Dr. W. M. Patten, "The New Testament and Its Writers." " 10:00 a. m. Mrs. Margaret Hill M Carter, "Summer Mornings With the foets." 11:00 a. m. Domestic T" scIenc Miss Margaret Haggart. "Salads." 2:00 p.' mj -Dr. Thomas MoClary, xne American Home, 3:00 p. m. Temperance address, John Marshall. 4:00 p. m. C. L. S. C. .council hour. In charge of Robert Norrls. secretary state Temperance union. 5:00 p. m. United Mission study. M-P. John P. White. "Industrial Missions.' 7:30 p. ni. Prelude Howe company. .8:30 p; m. Moving pictures. ; -' -Tuesday, July 23. ' ; : WOMEN'S CLUB DAY. 8:30 a. m. Devotional hour. 9:00 a. m. Bible lecture. Dr. W. M, Patten. . " "The New Testament the Gathering of the Books." Council tent. 10:00 a. m. Women s Federated clubs. Mrs. Margaret Hill McCarter, Topeka, presiding. Address, Mis. Eustace Brown, Olathe. 2:00 p. m. Melsterslngers Quartette. Dr. Wm. J. Dawson, London. "Robert Louis Stevenson." 3:00 p. m. Women's Federated clubs. Mrs. W. A. Johnston, Topeka, presid Irg. Address, Mrs. James Humphrey. junction city. "Kansas, in Song and Story. council hour. 5:00 p m. United Mission study. Mrs. John P. White. "Philanthropic Mis sions. 7:30 p. m. Meisterslngers' quartett?. 8:30 p. . m. Richie, the Magiclin Shadowgraphy." Wednesday, July 24. 8:56 a. m. Devotional hour. 9:00 a. m. Bible lecture. Dr. W. M. Patten. "The English Bible." 10:00 a. m. Mrs. Margaret Hill Mc Carter. "Summer MorningB with ,th- t-oeis. 11:00 a. m. Domestic Science.. Miss Margaret Haggart.. . Subject to be an nounced. . 2:00 p. m. Melsterslngers' quartette. 2:30 a. m. Dr. D. F. Fox, Chicago. 'A. Neglected Cavalier." . 4:00 p. m. united Mission study. Mrs. J. P. White. "Missions and Social Prog ress." 5:00 p. m. C. L. S. C. Council hour, in charge of W. C. T. U. 7:30 p. m. Melsterslngers quartette. 8:30 p. m. J. Lorenzo Zwlckey, "Th-.- Philosophy, of the Beautiful." MRS. IiUTTE LYTLK COWAN HERE. She Is Only Nero Womnn lawyer In ' Country Now Lives tn Brooklyn, v II I Mothers, Do Your Part Mentally and physically yoa are the architect of the future. The laws of nature are never inac tive. If you do not understand them as they apply to food, a little later you will find that your children will suffer from sickness in the various forms. : It has become an established fact that FT3 1 1 7 i 1711 EAT FLAEXE CELERY Is the best food for growing children. It is made from the whole wheat berry, celery infused, so making it a food to feed the .blood, the nerves, and prevent; constipation. " - Palatable Nutritious Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat us n vtrnt mi. rut M hot Tts for few dilutes; or cook fcoinao Bilk. - J- .'. . o cf r All reer One of the prominent negro women of the Country Mrs. Lutle Lytle Cow an of New York city is a Topeka girl, and it is expected that she and her husband will be here soon for a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. Cowan is noted in the literary field and as a lecturer. She Is also one of the few full fledged women ' lawyers in the country. Mrs. Lutle Lytle Cowan.. When the Populists were in control of the legislative affairs of , Kansas, Mrs. Cowan, who was then Miss Lytic held one of the positlons-as' enrolling clerk in the house of representatives. At the conclusion of her" services as such she entered the Central Tennes see college at Nashville, Tenn., where she took, a course in law .and gradu ated. : She was afterwards admitted to practice law in the courts of Tennessee. During the year after heit graduation she taught in the law department rof the Central Tennessee ; college,.: and then went to Pittsburg. Ffc:rrhere she engaged in literary work.nd lecturing until she . met A. C. Cowan".of New York, and one of the prominent .negTfc lawyers of the country's metropolis. They were married in 1899 and make their home In Brooklyn. She assists her husband on occasions in his prac tice of the law. Mrs. Cowan is a sister of Charles C. Lytle. the deputy marshal of the court of Topeka. Death of Isaac Wright. Columbus, Kan., July 13. Isaac Wright, 59 years old, a dry- goods merchant, died at his home here. W ith the exception of one year, 1900, when he lived in. Kansas City, Mr. Wright had. beftn In the, dry goods - business continuously since 1864. He leaves a widow. -, Mr, Wright was a member a Ararat shrine of Kansas Cityi Lieutenant Frank 4 Parmley ? Makes High Score. ' RECORD IS BETTER ONE Members of Old Team Crowded Out by New Men. Lieutenant C. C Clark of Bur lington Wins $old Medal. : As a result of the competitive rifle shoot o(. the Kansas national guard marksmen, .which closed; at Fort Riley Friday "night,- the following shooters will constitute the Kansas team which will Compete in the national compett tion -at ,the' Ohio state rifle range at Camp Perry .next month: ' Lt. Frank Parmlev Burllnirtmi kkt Lt. B. F. Davies, Burlington 543 ogt j. m. rarsons, xates ctnter 541 Sgt. Samuel Wooley, Osborne 540 Lt. C. O. Smith, Burtlngton 532 Lt. R. J. Kessler, Hutchinson 518 Corp. E. P. Lytton, Yates -Center 518 Lt. C. P. Eagle, Yates Center 517 Maj. A. L. Hitchens, JBurlington 507 Lt. Guy P. Sawyer, Hutchinson 505 Lt. J. M. Shady, Larned 505 Lt. T. R. Campbell, Hutchinson 499 Private F. C. Walden, Newton 485 Lt. W. B. McCord, Manhattan 477 Artificer R. A. Huee;, Manhattan 476 Lieutenant Kessler of" Hutchinson who ranked sixth in-the list, will not be able to accompany the team on ac count of business engagements. The following members of the rifle team were also members ox the team which represented the state last year: Parmley, Campbell, Sawyer, Eagle Davies, Smith, Parsons and Kessler. The others are new men who have crowded the members of last year's team off the list. The scores made at the shoot this year were higher than last, but the system of. keeping them was different, so it is impossible to make definite comparisons. The high man last year was Lieutenant T, R. Campbell, and Frank Parmley who is high this year, was third on the list last year. B. F. Davies, who Is second this year, was seventh last year, and Parsons, who Is third this year, was eleventh last year. Medals to Be Awarded. As a result of this shoot, the follow ing medals will be awarded: Brigade gold medal,, valued at $50 to Lieutenant C. C .Clark, of Burling ton. First regiment - medals Gold-, to Lieutenant Frank Parmley, silver to B. F. Davies, bronze to G. H. Parsons, second regiment meaais Gold to Samuel Wooley, silver to R. J. Kessler, bronze to Ouy P. Sawyer. --c; Company Tropliy- to Yates Center, The company. trophy, for the best team of three men from any op company,- goes to Company L, First regiment, of Yates Center, which -com pany made 'a score of 752. ' The rela tive standing: 'of the 'different company teams is as follows: ' Cot X-1st reg.. TatPS ?pntfr....:,..-..-.T52 Co ,:B, 2nd reg., Hutchinson. .....".720 Co.-D, 2nd reg.vNewtan ............:20 Field and taft, 1st reg...... ..;71 Co. I. 1st reg., Manhattan M....7l4 Co. G, 2nd reg., Osborne 693 Field and 'staff, 2nd reg '...658 Co. C; Ist reg.. 'Burlington. .'.f:.': ..662 Co. E. 1st reg.. Parsons!!". .628 Co. B, 2nd reg., Wellington. ............ .623 Co. F; 1st reg.. Hiawatha 633 Co. A; 2nd reg., WichKa ,..600 Co. C. 2nd reg.. Garden City .....587 Co. A. 1st reg., Toneka .....550 Co. M. 2nd reg., Salina. ; .546 Co. K. 1st reg.. Atchison ..-2i Co.. H. 1st reg.. Lawrence 510 Co. B. 1st reg.. Burlingame 50a Co. M. 1st reg.. Tola 483 Co. F. 2nd reg., Lai ned 477 Co. K. 2nd reg.. El Dorado ,.472 Co. D, 1st reg., Paola ,...471 Co. I. 2nd reg., Emporia 467 Co. O. 1st reg.. Fort Scott 466 Co. H, 2nd reg.. Winfleld.. 4S (jo. I-., zna reg.. ijiyae-: Parsons Wins Skirmish. Run Sergeant G. H. Parsons of Yates Center made the highest score in the skirmish run. at distances or zvu, 30U and 500 yards. Sergeant E. R. Sanner of Comoanv D. Second regiment. New ton, was second. The following is the score of the skirmish run for these two contestants: Ssrt. G. H. Parsons. Co. L. 1st regiment 200 yards 800 yards .......24 500 yards ..S3 Total 68 Sgt. E. R. Sanner, Co. D. 2nd regiment--; SNAP 5H0T54 200- yards 3M yards 500 yards,. .21 ....20 ..:".24 ....65 Total ........... Second Regiment Election, The election of officers for the Sec ond regirnent took place at Fort Riley during the time the officers were as wmhlPil at Fort Riley, and resulted in the re-election, for the fourth time, oi Colonel P. M. Hoislngton or .Newton, and Lieutenant Colonel R. A. camp- hBll of H-utehinson. Ao i successor to Malor E. W. Wel lington -of Ellsworth, resigned, the regiment elected japiam A. a. nnarp of - Larned. This Wheat Averaged 22 Bushels, Abilene.- July 13. Samuel Newman has finished threshing his wheat on his farm west of town. : One hundred and sixty acres averaged 2 bushels to the acre; and " he soldv lt at 78 cents a bushel. - It- was a hne grade or No. Z wheat, i ' ".-' Kansas Rural Carriers. Washington. July 13. Kansas rural carriers appointed: McDonald Hollis Caswell; substitute, George Huffman. Yates Center: Lyle Silvery; substitute Emma . Silvery. Kinsley Kirby Lit tle: substitute, DeForest 'Morse. Lewis Francis Roberts. :. Salvar Cores Blood Posion .r . Salvor Cures Blood Poison. f Acquired- or hereditary, perfectly, positively and permanently cured, no matter in what forhv or how obtained, scrofula, eczema,- stomach trouble, catarrh,- all diseases' of the blood, kid neys, bladder and rheumatism. There is but one positive cure Salvar. Sal var cures when all else fails. Salvar is not an experiment, as all those cured. will be only too giaa to inform those afflicted, know what Salvar has done for-, them. Salvar is a home remedy treatment, containing no minerals of any kind or character; purely veger table which has been proven by the best chemists in the country. For fur ther Information a 60 page booklet free for only the asking..- Address, . ,T. A. jnoney, oerterar Agent. 108 E. tli St. Topeka. Kan. tion. - ." i j . :. .- v I-Zaet ma at tne -Chautauqua. - , Charley Patrick has a new automo bllle. It is a $4,000 four cylinder Peer less. . . . Mm Dora Hardten will move into her new home on West Eighth avenue next week. Marshall's band will give two even ing concerts next week on Tuesday and Friday nights. The sale of season tickets for the Chautauqua which opens Monday will close at 10 o'clock this evening. Mr. an! Mrs. Peter Smith have gone to Excelsior Springs, where Mr. Smith will recuperate from a slight illness. A. new double automatic burglar alarm is being installed' in the Citi zens' State bank in North Topeka. Interest in basehall - in ?Topeka Is once more revived... Wichita Is in town and will play four games with the locals. At a meeting of the city council to night the boundaries of the city will be extended to take in more territory on-me south. ,- - Norman Wear and Dr. F. H. Scholle are the latest victims of the automo bile craze. They each purchased a Smith car Friday. 1 " Dr. H. H. Horn of Prineeton, 111., has accepted the pastorate of the First English Lutheran church and will commence, his duties October 1. - : Rev. H. H. Horn of Princeton, III., has accepted the pastorate of the First English Lutheran church and will take charge the first of October. A. meeting of the streets and walks committee of the city council is called for this evening and despite the posi tion of the temperature a warm time is anticipated. . The posloffice deprtment has made a ruling to the effect - that on and after the first of next month patrons may use both sides of a postal card for correspondence. , A lot of complaint is being made over the condition of Kansas avenue, be cause water and filth are permitted to accumulate In the gutters to the de terioration of the pavement. -' Now that the roses in the beds at the state house have quit blooming, it fs suggested that the man with the hoe grub out the bushes so that the weeds will have a chance to growl . Dr. H". M. Keith has owned an auto mobile of home make for the past 14 months -which-Tie .has driven 10,000 miles at a cost of less than $100 for repairs. Autoists say this is a record. The story is going around again that Judge John C Pollock, of the United States district court, will remove from Topeka to Kansas City, Kan. Judge Pollock still retains his official resi dence at Winfleld. r While Mr. and"Mrs. Ernest Tucker were riding in North Topeka Friday morning, their horse ran away, threw them both out, and wrecked the buggy. Both Mr. and Mrs. Tucker were badly bruised, but were not seriously in jured.. There was no band concert at, the City park last night on account of the park-not being wired, in time to make the announcement of the concert. However, the wiring is now completed and regular programmes will be given hereafter. - T. L. Barns returned from Colorado Springs yesierday where he was called by the serious illness of Mrs. Barns, w,ho. is suffering from an affection or her lungs, and It is' improbable that she' yilr ever1 be abhj"'to return to her &om$, Mi' this 'cty..'4,;!. - The contract ror the erection or tne new Novelty, theater. Eighth avenue and .Quincy street, has been let. to-D. Pi Scott by. S. R. . Wells. The cost of the building, will.be upwards of J20, 000,. asides from,. the plumbing and furnishing, which witi cost almost as much more. Who said that the . proposed Kansas City-Topeka electric-line is dead? Just listen to this !from;.;the Kansas , City Journal: W. Laming; j president of the Bank of Tonganoxie,-, Kan., was in the city yesterday arranging for the build ing of the proposed electric line rrom Kansas City to Topeka, by way of Lawrence. .- - There was no concert by Marshall's band at the. city park last night because- the grandstand could not be lighted. It has been a year more or less since the elty agreed to .wire the stand and as a- consequence' of the dilatory : actions on the part of the city a number of concerts have been postponed. Dr. S. J. Crumbine. secretary of the state board of health, accompanied by. his wife, left yesterday for a trip to Jamestown. Washington and Florida. At Jamestown he . will attend the na tional r meeting of pure food officers. He will then visit- the national pure food laboratories at Washington, and then will go to D'lonaa wnere ne win spend several .weeks rusticating on the seashore. - The streets and walks committee of the council at a meeting to be held this evening will probably authorize the drawing up of an ordinance to take into the city, the fair grounds. Hart sock's subdivision, addition A to Gar den Place addition, and the portion south of Huntoon street between Bos- well and College avenues. Later an or dinance may be introduced to take in the Klein, Metsker, and Keith tracts. 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Office Establlbhed IS years. Ind. Phone 1115. 5 511 Kansas Are.. Topeka, Kan. Over XV. A. It. Thompson TTdw. Cn. 2 W'HSW Hl- list H Ittt ' Electric Lighting a Specialty New and Old Buildings wired to strictly comply with in surance rules.. Headquarters in Kansas for both Electrio and Combination Fixtures carried in stock. -.. , Visit our Display Room when in the city AT 118 WEST EIGHTH STREET, TOPEKA, KANSAS. 'tectric Fans-arid Fewer Motors, Electric Supplies. Estimates Cheerfully Famished. ELECTRICAL; ' CONTRACTOR E. P. JORDAN Tlio New Haven nnd the ' - Slaine Roads Are One. 1 New Haven, Conn, July 13. On high railway authority lt can be statea that the holdings or tne new Haven Railway company .In the Boston & Maine, amounting .to approximately 120.000 shares, now represent an ab- solutelv completed transaction. Stock Of the New York, New Haven & Hart ford company, share for share, and to the amount of $12, 000,000- has been is sued to the former Boston & Maine stockholders. , The whole of the 120,- shares of Boston & Maine stock was acquired previous to the passage of the antimerger law in Massachusetts and none has been ac quired since. Largest Lodge In Kansas. On last Tuesday evening, July 9, Capitol Council No. 1, Knights and La dies of Security initiated eignteen can didates and obligated four with four transfer cards, making 26 for the week. The special feature was the Initiation of the Swearingen brass band, this being one of the best musi cal organizations in the city, led by P. W. Swearingen. One of the special features will be an orchestra of eight or ten pieces which will play at all in itiations and council meetings. 'nis council has made an increase in Its membership during the last eight months of over 600 and the member ship in Capitol Council No. 1 is nearly 1.100, being -the largest, council in the order and having the largest mem bership in any organization in the state of Kansas. - . . . . . i u Do You Drink? - Or have you a friend who is a slave to alcoholic liquors or narcotic "drugs? . The treatment originated by Dr. Leslie E. Keeley and employed exclusively at the Keeley institute will remove every vestige of the craving or necessity for liquor or drugs. Impart new power and energy to every organ of the system and restore the general health. The efficacy of Dr. Keeley's treatment has been proven by an experience of nearly twenty Jive years and the cure of 350,000 cases of addiction to liquor, mor phine, tobacco, etc. The only place in this vicinity where the genuine Keeley treatment, is administered is. ,' THE KEELEY INSTITUTE 718 West 10th Street. 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