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THE TOPEKA DAILT STATE J OPRNAIyMQNDAY' BVESTIKG, JULY 22, 1907.
9 Sample Shoes 4 Oxfords Is now in A L L L E A T H E R S Never before was such extraor dinary bargains offered in Footwear. Every conceivable Style and Shape. Only two pairs of a kind. Made particularly attractive by their exclusiveness. Come9 wbile Every Pair As Low as SI. 15, $1.25, $1. 35. $1.65, $1.85, $2.15. THE BIG STORE 715 Kansas Avenue MAIL ORDERS FILLED Pictures of Mrs. W. J. Black of Chi cago and her sisters. Mrs. Edward Wilder of Kansas City and Miss Sadie Atchison of Leavenworth were pub lished in a recent Chicago Record Herald among photographs of other eociety women at the races. Miss Ethel Hadley entertained to day In compliment to Miss Margaret Johnston. Invitations for whose mar riage to Mr. S. J. Brandenburg of Day ton, Ohio, were issued last week. - -Miss Henrietta - Alexander -grave-a picnic- supper-at her home on Topeka avenue Saturday for Miss Gertrude Blackmar of Lawrence, Miss Mary jaacijtnnan s guest. The Ramblers' club met today with Mrs. Stevenson, 821 Jefferson street. The husbands of the members will Join tnem for a picnic supper tonight. About the most attractive new girl who has come to town in a long while is a minister s daughter who has re turned from boarding school for the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Balie P Waeeener, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Waegener and their daughter Louise of Atchison and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilcox of Muscotah will leave Thursday for an automobile trip to Denver. Mrs. Julia Wylie and Mrs. W. D. Gos sett gave a picnic at Vinewood Friday night in compliment to Mrs. R. B. Thompson of Terre Haute, Indiana, and her daughters. Misses Virginia and Florence Thompson. The others In the party were Mr. and Mrs. David Gossett and their son Willard, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gossett, Mrs. C. T. McLellan and her daughter Josephine, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Myers,. Mr. Everett B. Akers and' Mr. W. D. Gossett. Mrs. E. E. Wagner of 1018 Topeka ave nue has asked guests for cards tomor row afternoon In compliment to her niece. Miss Ada Wagner of 1312 Bu chanan street who has recently cctne to Topeka from Arkansas City to reside permanently. In the midsummer madness for haunts far a-neld remember not to estrange yourself too widely from the electric fan. At this season everybody Is possessed to get out of town and thosf who can't take an extended trip try to content themselves with an oc casional Sunday In the country. But the country on a hot Sunday is not al ways all that Imeginatlon pictured. A hot Sunday is pretty much the same everywhere with this exception that it Is usually much more livable in. your accustomed environment than any place else. Hew often one goes out of town on Sunday and comes back com plaining of the hottest day of the sea son only to hear one's friends who re mained at home reply with surprise that they didn't notice the heat at all. Topeka man who has a large, cool and comfortable room, and eats his meals and drinks his Brannigan In the shnde of an electric fan accepted an invitation to spend Sunday in the country. This necessitated a short railway journey followed by a three mile drive in an open vehicle. As he arrived about noon this made It very nice for a starter. At the farm house which was his final destination he found a party of strenuous young thing? who dragged him from the wagon with shouts of jov, thrust him into an improvised' bathing suit and hauled him through orchard and Panaiha Cleaning Like diamond cutting neces itates the- services of an expert. -Most any one can clean a Pana ma, with Oxalid acid. which causes the straw to crack ana chip. Our method is . the same as used by the largest hat man ufactures In the world. Ton can't afford to monkey with cheap acid cleaners. New lo cation, note the change. TOPEKA HAT WORKS. 12S V. 7th. Ind. 1485. full Mast A L L L E A T H E R S Ibey L&st' Below Cost meadow to the swimming hole in the creek where for an hour he had to hold slippery feminine heavyweights while they tride to swim, float and dive. They had dinner in a hot, stuffy dining room and when that was over sat around a weed-grown dooryard until the chiggers, heat and flies drove them back to the creek again where the arduous duties of the swimming teacher were resumed. They kept him in the water until he was chilled through, when he returned to the house, changed clothes again and went out to the barnyard to dig fish bait. Two hours on the creek bank fighting flies and mosquitoes resulted in no better sport than hauling out craw dads, so the fishing was abandoned and they started for the pond to shoot frogs. When they returned from this excursion it was dark and although some of the party wanted to go to the swimming hole again the Topeka man, having changed his clothes four times already, stoutly refused and succeeded in blocking that game. Supper was a repetition of dinner as to neat ana stuffiness only more so, as the dining room had the additional attraction of a- lighted kerosene lamp. After sup per they spent the evening alternating between the house which was at fur nace heat and the yard which, while cool enough, was alive with mos quitoes. As for bed. for' which the Topeka man was very strong after the busy day of unaccustomed exercise, the small bed rooms under the low roof positively proscribed sleep, so there was nothing to do but endure the so ciety of the crowd, which had now reached the stage of pure idiocy,, and. listen to their barber shop minors and ane-two-three jokes. Along about 1 o'clock. worn to exhaustion, they crawled away to hot beds in breath leas apartments. The Topeka man fell asleep some time about two but at five the morning jamboree began in the barnyard, chicken yard and pig lot and shortly after everybody had to get up to catch an early train back to towni A picnic at Tecumseh Saturday was attended by Misses Mary Pickett, Lu cile Crites, Laura Metzger, Beatrice Dilis, May McGiffen. Isabelle Slatten, Margaret Foy, Maude Curry. Nellie Scott. Amy Ferguson, Stella Clark, Marguerite Neugabaur, Mabel Miller, Laura Rudolph. Ethel Spurlock, J. L. Rosecrants, John Collier, Harry Car penter, O. L. Coleman, Everett Miller, Tom Powell, Warren Sowders, Maurice Griifith. Clifford Deppe, Harry Mel linger. Robert Wilson. Charles Davis, Robert Farrily, Joe Costello and Frank Hamilton. Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. F. C. Gay and Miss Josephine Gay will leave August 1 for Indian Garden and Walloon Lake, Mich. Mr. Wallace Thompson of the City of Mexico arrived today to visit his father. Dr. A. H. Thompson. He has been ill and will remain, la Topeka until he recuperates. Mrs. John E. Moon left today for Pocono Pines, Pa., to spend the sum mer with her daughter, Mrs. Edward Yates Hill of Philadelphia, She will return the first of October. Mr. Moon leaves tomorrow for Boulder, Colo rado, to spend ten days. Mrs. V. B. Kistler and Mrs. J.- M. Padgett returned this morning from the City of Mexico. Misses Daisy and Lora Neil went to the Neil farm near Wakarusa today to spend the rest of the summer. Mr. Charles Guibor will take a party to Denver in his automobile starting this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McClintock and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Auerbach went to Paxico in their machines yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morton spent yesterday at Maple Hill. Leavenworth Times: Miss Ann Ryan will leave shortly for an ex tensive trip. She will join a party of friends in Philadelphia for an auto mobile tour In Maine. Kansas City Sunday Journal: Mr, and Mrs. Frank E. Cope and daugh ter, Marie, or Topeka, are spending Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bush, 2716 Charlotte street. Wichita Beacon: Mrs. W. W. Strick land of Topeka Is spending: the week with friends in the city. Mr. Arthur Beard and Mr. George Hlgginbotham of Rossville spent Sun day at St. Marys. Mr. D. I . Faxton Is In New York to spend a few weekst - Mrs. "Veronica Miller Ens-land of St. Marys was In town this morning. Leavenworth Times: Mrs. J. C. Frey of Chicago is the guest of her-parents, .air. ana Mrs. David Atchison. Chanute Sun: R. N. Allen arrived home last night from his trip to Hono lulu. Miss Ora Allen who accompanied him. stopped off In Tooeka. to visit Mtes Anna Hoch, the' governor's -daughter. I and. will go-to Kansas City to visit with Miss Frances Coker before returning to Chanute. . ; Mrs. C. H. Morrison, left today for Ludlngton and Detroit, Michigan, Niagara Falls, Toronto, and New York. . TLf anil Vra TiTi nr-io PT Smith will '.leave-soon-for -the Pacific coast to spend the rest of the:summer.-- -. Mrs. Harry H. Millard of Kansas City returned home yesterday after visiting here for the past three weeks. Emporia Gazette: Miss Vera Perkins has returned to her home in Topeka after a visit with her sister Miss Beulali Perkins, who is attending the Normal. Wichita Beacon: A delightful even ing was spent at the Country club last evening by a large number of the mem bers in dancing. The out of town guests were Miss Fanny Oliver of Chicago, Miss Gertrude Mulvane of Topeka, Miss Helen Sharitt of Topeka and Mr. Verne Garland of Chicago. Hutchinson News: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mclntyre, of Topeka, are visiting their aunt, Mrs.- Mary Hancock, on Riley street. Mrs. S. B. Waite and Mrs. P. W. Allen of Merlden were In Topeka last week for" the Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Crow a re spend ing two weeks in Excelsior Springs, Mo. ' Mrs. Frank Benneworth formerly of this city, now of Denver, Colo., is visiting- her daughter, Mrs." Harry Weaver of 1705 Van Buren street. Mr. - and Mrs.. Frederick K; ' Brown have returned from Blue Rapids, Kan. ,. Mr. Wilbur Galloway returned to day from Colorado. Dr. Harriet, Adams has gone to Can on City, " Col.." to snenrt a fnrtnieht Mrs. H. C. Gillett of Cedar-Rapids, la., is the guest of Mrs. A. M. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. - S. E. Barber are spending a few. days in southern Kan sas. Mr. H. O. Garvey and son Willis will return Wednesday from Chau tauqua, N. Y. Mrs. Garvey and-Miss Annabel -Garvey will be home August 4 th. Miss Blanche Potter of Ijiwtnn Okla., arrived today for a visit to Miss Corinne Coston. Mr. J. P. Davis will aro tn Terltrm Ok.. Wednesday to visit his daughter, Mrs. C. G. Colburn. Mrs. George Crane returned Satnr. day from Silver Lake. Miss Kate Clough has returned from a several weeks' visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clough of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith left Saturday pr Colorado -Springs. Mr. and Mrs.' Roy . Crawford - will spend a part of this: week at :Excel- sior Springs and . will make the trip in their machine. ' Dr. Roche-Hogeboom, who was the guest of his father, , Dr.- G. W.. Hoge boom, left Saturday for St. .Louis, ac companied by his nephew, ;George Hogeboom. Mr. Joseph Zanone returned to Nashville, Tenri., yesterday after a visit to Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough. jir. njawara .Dennis nas returned from Iowa. Mrs. Dennis will remain a fortnight longer. Miss Edna Hopkins returned yes terday from a visit in St. Joseph. Lieutenant Earl McFarland has. been ordered from-Wyoming to the coast artillery at Ft. Rosecrans, San uiego, uai. - Mrs. W. A. Williamson of Rock- ville, Col., will arrive in a few days for a visit to Mrs. I. S. Lauck. Mrs. W. I. Allen and her son of Victoria, Tex., are guests of Mrs. A. V . Lacey. Miss Helen Sharitt and Miss Ger trude Mulvane have returned from a visit in Isabel and; Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Samson will leave this week for the northern lakes. Miss Helen Cartlidge returned Sat urday from Oklahoma City, where she spent several weeks with Mlsa Daisy Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Knowles are spending a fortnight at Petoskey, Mich. Mra Charles L. Short will leave Wed nesday for Peoria, 111., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. B. M. Meade, and from there will go to Duluth. Minn.. and other northern points. Mr: ana Mrs. A. J. Stout are in Em poria for a fortnight. Mrs. A. M. Baird. Miss Sadie Balrd and Miss Mildred Balrd leave Sunday for Chicago and the northern lakes. Miss Ruth Hamlin will . leave this week - for Sycamore, 111., to visit her cousin. Miss Blanch Jenness. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lynch will leave this week on a northern trip. Their daughters. Miss Lucile and Miss Esther Lynch, will be In Wichita dur ing their absence. Mra Clifford Histed returned to Kan sas City today. Miss Gertrude Hankla of Los Angeles, Cal., before leaving, accompanied her for a two days' stay and then leave for Three Rivers, Mich., to spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rigby left yes terday for Manitou,. Col. - Mr. John T. Lagerstrom. has returned . from Oklahoma and will leave this week for Springfield, III., to join Mrs. Lager strom and their children, who are spending the eummer there. : . ... Mrs. Emma Fox and Miss Fox have gone to Cascade, Col., to spend the re mainder of the summer. Mrs. William J. Ehrsam of Enter prise and her two sons, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mulvane. Mrs. - Harry M. Washburn and her: son, Mr. John Washburn, left yester day for an automobile trip to Gardner and Paola. v , -. Miss Edna Morrow and Miss Helen Morrow will leave tomorrow for Macki nac and Petoskey, Mich. . Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Giles and their family will go to Thompsonville Wed nesday to spend three weeks. k.' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Peffer and Mr. Peffer's mother. Mrs. L. W. Peffer, have gone to New York and the James town exposition. On their return', they wili stop at Niagara Falls and In Chi cago and Mrs. L. W. Peffer will - re main In Ohio until the first of Septem ber. Miss Jessie Sproat and Mrs. C.'; E. Snyder and daughter, Dorothy, of Wa karusa, went to Colorado today. ' ' Mrs. William R. Marshall of Golden City, Mo., has come to Topeka to make her home with her mother, Mrs. L. W. Peffer. . r Miss Agnes Flpk, Mr. Daniel Fisk and Mrs. Ethel Fisk Moore left today for; Colorado. - Mr. Clay Hamilton is in Osage City today. Mrs. B. B. Sharon, in. charge of . the cloak and suit department of the War ren M. Crosby company, will leave for Beautify the Complexion IN TEN DAYS. Nadinola CREAM, the tur equaled bcautir u endorsed by thounutd and guaranteed to remove freckle, p imple,.lrrer-pot. tan, (allowM. ete tie won eaae in " SO 'days,; and reatore tne beauty of youth. Price 50 cents and $1.00. by leading druggists er mail. - mm tr NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris. Tean. Bold by Gatlln Drug Co.. Fred , Snow and other druggists. New.vYerk city July 30 to make selec tions -for her department for the) com lag -fall and winter season. " Mrs. J. Roland -Histed and her .daugh ter Betty, Misses; Helen and'Fay.Quta ton and Calla .Cuttell went: to Compton farm near Kansas City: today to spend a week-, with Mrs. Jac6 Schwitzgebel. Miss Hazel Howe will go to Wichita Wednesday to attend a dance and visit Misses Aline Houston and Iley Jobes. Miss Florence Thompson will spend the rest of the summer with Mrs. Wylie. Mrs. R. B. Thompson and her daugh ter Virginia of Terre Haute, Indiana, leave tonight for their home after a visit to Mrs. Julia A. Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Colvllle and son left today for Newklrk,' Oklahoma, - to visit Mr. Colvllle's brother, Mr. H. M. Colvllle. Miss Daisy Griggs, state secretary of the Y. W. C. A. for Minnesota, is at her home, 1927 Harrison' street, on a three weeks' vacation. '-- ' Mr. Louis Everett, of Little Rock, Arkansas, who has been visiting his cousin, Mr. Howard E. Everett, for -, a couple of days, left this afternoon for. a pleasure trip to Colorado and Utah. Miss Etta Sawyer and Miss Virginia Sawyer, of Lathrop, Mo., are visiting with their cousin. Miss Maude Warde, of No. 133 Van Buren street. Mr.- and Mrs. S. M .-Crow leave Wednesday-for Yellowstone Park. On their return they will stop at Salt Lake City and Manitou and will be gone six weeka. Mr. Earle Reynolds of the V. S. navy Is expected soon to visit Miss Jessie Hil bert at her home in College Hill. . SANTA FTNotES E. A. Harrison, architect - for the Santa Fe, is In Chicago on a business trip. " . Engineer Charles Leat Is laying off for a few days on account or his wire s illness. J. M. Boyd of the electrical depart ment is In La Junta for a few days on business. - A" - :. Frank R. Frost,., electrical' engineer of the Santa Fe ha's left for a business trip to Chicago. : "t'-' O. G. : Snyder, who 1a employed In the round house, Is spending a week's vacation- in -Kansas City. ; . t ; James Garrety, the watchman1 -6n Fourth street,"' Is laying' bit for a few days on account of sickness. - -'. 'Ed Smith of the-motive' "power' ac countant's office has returned from, a vacation trip to-New: Mexico. Engineer Ed Eyler-of Argentine Is running In temporary service on runs Nos. 17- and 18 between Topekaand Newton.' , , '',"'TI . Fred Gandy of the motive power accountant's office has returned from a vacation trip of two -weeks which he spent in Colorado points;, Don Boyd, clerk iate office of the round house foremanf is back at work after having been off for a few, days on a visit to his parents at Alma. Division. Superintendent C. T. Mc Lellan of Emporia was up over Sun day with his family,"-in Topeka. - He. returned to Emporiathls morning. Engineer" Ed Smith- Is running - in the place of Engineer John Heberer on runs Nos. 118 and Hi. between , To peka and Florence, -while Mr. Heberer is laying off. --jt.'i -, - Engineer E. P. h WtHsomb Is run ning on runs Nos.; JtO 5.; and. 106 be tween Topeka,-aniSt.. Joseph while Engineer: James "frhamas,; the regular engineer Is laytog-off. i . i. Frank Murray of. i the, general bag gage agent'B office,;,is expecting to leave in a few days for Amarillo, Tex., where ,he: has . accepted a posi tion with the mechanical department. Traveling Engineer Irving W'elUnani of the eastern grand J division is in Newton,, where he Ts assisting En gineer Hamilton of the middle di vision in giving examinations for pro motion. ' Fireman Harry CorVwell is running a switch engine in the local ' yards temporarily and '' Fireman James Botie is taking his place on-runs Nos. 107 and 108 between Topeka and St. Joseph. ' ' Lewis Everett, ' chief clerk lii the office of the general Superintendent of the Iron Mountain at Little kock, Ark., has left for Salt" Lake -city, after a few days visit with friends and rela tives in Topeka. , : ;! ' : . George Mabry, fireman on a switch engine 'in the local yards, has ' re turned to work aftera week's absence and has relieved Fireman Eckert who was in his place. The- latter has re turned to work on the extra board. . D. E. Fitzgerald, formerly motive rower accountant of-Hhe Santa Fe In Topeka, is here for a few days visit ing with' relatives and friends. Mr. Fitzgerald is now connected with tne Frisco In Springfield, Mo., In a similar capacity. Engineer George-Shermaivla- work ing in the pool in . -the place of En gineer Charles Ieat who; -la raying off. Air brake liretructibrt -car No, 89905 arrived 'here Saturday and will remain here lor a couple of weeks during. which time lectures win be given for th benefit of the? men employed In train and air brake service. Mrs." Nash left Saturday for- Man hattan to visit her daughter,- Edna. Mr; CY R. Cole underwent "an opera tion Friday afternoon -for the removal of a piece of bone from the nose. Mrs. .Herbert Cheney ..and children of Pocatello, ' Idaho, and - Mrs. -Cheney's' mother, -Mrs. Warren of -East Topeka, Bpent:' -.Thursday with Mrs. Greehway ; and Mrs". Woodworth. " Marshal' Taylor ' saya after July, 1907,. (any violation of the law that prohib'ta ' sale of tobacco,', cigarettes, etc...5 to- minors In, the city of, Oakland will be 'vigorously prosecuted!; This Is worthy-of every one's-approval. ..' Miss:' Vera- Bauer "of 304 Arter ave nue was happily surprised by1 a party or her young fried -Wednesday evening.-. Those present were the Misses Minna Stewart, Florence and Carrie Ooory.-Edith-Covert and Qleda Bauer; Messrs.. Chester and Henry Long, Paul Covert, "Hammer Miller and Allen Smeltzer. ' . The Oakland Blade had an excellent article on "Mothers, Where Are. Your Girls at Night?", and it would be' well i( every father as - .well as , mother would - read the", article and. -.heed the advice- given,-v.ana we would add that we?believe that the advice should like wise be -applied to the hoys, for ' like "Samantha'V we, believe that the Lord has the" same code of morals for boya as or grrls.- :v: ..T - In a letter-Just received from C M; Rowderi.1 Innisfall Alberta, Canada, he says:.! "Tell the--,-boys--, where I am. Tlh Is a healthy country and the weather Is fine. :Oat'attd barley-look QAMMgSSfP AND miscellaneous Advertisements WANTED MAI.K HEW. WANTED An experienced grocery deliv- eryman. C. O.; care Journal. WANTED Young- 'man to work in pol .. islung room-cSmith Co., 618 Quincy st. WANTEIVMan or boy over 18 to work .in hay -field. Call after 7 p. m. at 2039 van hi ure n st ! - WHVTKT, FEMALE HETiP. WANTED Experienced milliners & sales .woman. -Ada. Mllllneri care or journal. WANTED A erirl or old lady to stay wito an-elderly lady for company, xso worn, gau u i ta. Kin. lna. pnone ywu WANTED-A - neat eirl at the Boys' In h dustrial school. Apply in person to the superintendent. .. - . . WANTED 3 girls at Capitol Commercial couege, wo Kansas ave. WANTED Experienced Kfrl for house- worit, no wasning lr ironing. 601 Van a. WANTED Dishwasher and chamber- WBua a Holliday hotel, 4th and Holliday. WANTED Dining room girl and Cham bermaid. Midland hotel. WA V FT" TV 5 fTSr FTTjTA 77KOTTS. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H. M. Bush. Ind. phone 3211. 1010 E. 8th st. WANTED Best lot and half on west side W50. Bell Phone 2047. WANTED Good calves, J4.50 to S5.00: me dium calves $3.60 to $4.00. Can use only good calves. Chas. Wolff Packing Com pany. OLD - CLOTHES, shoes, hats and over- coats. Don't -throw" 'em away. I will call pay big prices, for them. Gordon. 43a tvansae ave. ma. enone ian. well but harvest here does not come till August, : v. Good- -wages ara.to .be had here. ; The bOysMUnd I are working on a ranch and get J 100 . per month and board, but I -d not like It as well here as In the United' States and if we do not take Up land will go back to the United States this winter." Miss Rex Nemechk, of Ellsworth, is visiting Miss Ella Parks, 1921 Jefferson. Miss Katie Kanler of 804 Kline street. spent the Oay yesterday with Miss Rosa ZZart of California avenue. ? :-. Mr. and Mra Gus Lundqulst and daughter, Nannie, have gone to Cali fornia on a .months. .vacation. .Mrs. Emma. StockwelL, and son. Earl, left yesterday for Newton, Kan., to visit with Mrs. J. D. Alexander. Miss Mamie Kohler will return home from DeSoto, Kan., where she has been spending the past six weeks with her brother. Miss Clara Hicks has arrived from Oklahoma City to be the guest of Miss Mabel Irish of 704 Lawrence street for a few weeks. " :-' - Mrs. Martin Mannon and son Calven returned to their home 'in St. Joseph af ter a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Harkins. : - Mrs. Sadie Corgen of 201 Branner street returned here last evening after a two weeks' visit with her mother.Mrs. Perry of Carbondale. -Mr. and Mrs. - James Davison and sons, Ralph. Harry, and Clyde left yes terday morning for a two weeks' vaca tion in the country. , ... ' Mrs. Perry, of Carbondale, arrived last evening from Carbondale to visit a while with her daughter, Mrs. George Myers of Chandler street. Word was received yesterday morn ing of the serious Illness of the baby daughter of ' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Alex ander of Newton, Kan., formerly of To peka, Mr. John Kohler, of DeSoto, who spent a week with his mother, Mrs. Kohler, returned home today and will move to Kansas City to make his fu ture home. . The sewing society of relief corps No. 94, will meet with Mrs. A. J. Ferguson Tuesday afternoon July 23, 312 Monroe street, to make sunflowers for the na tional convention. Mrs. R. A. Long of Ellsworth, Kan., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim-Porter, of Third and Lawrence street, and other relatives of the East side on an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Luthey of 234 Chandler street, went to Carbondale Saturday evening to visit Mrs. Luthey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Morrow. Mr. Lutheyv returned home last evening but Mrs. Luthey will remain a few days before returning home. Judge MePherson to Hear Motion. - On Thursday " Judge McPherson of Iowa will hear, the application of the New York Llf e Insurance company for the -" disinterment of the body of Lucius Perkins of Lawrence for the purppse of holding an autopsy. The hearing , will be had in Kansas .City, Kansas.., The . Insurance company .wishes to have the stomach and intes tines of, the deceased examined for traces of poison, the claim being made that, Perkins committed suicide by taking morphine. Germans Give Harvard Yell. Berlin, July 22. The faculty and students of the chemical department of the University of Berlin gave a picnic Saturday in honor of Prof. Theodore W. Richard of Harvard university, who has been lecturing at Berlin university. The students astonished the visiting professor by giving the Harvard yell In the most effective manner. They had been Instructed and trained in the yell by Dr. Staeler. Broke Up a Procession. Rome, July 22. The anticlerical agi tation was expressed today in a demon stration against the Madonna procession which was hissed and finally broken-up. A bishop and several priests were mal treated by the rioters and some others in the procession were wounded before ihe police succeeded In driving back the manlfestants. Many arret-ts were made. . " Pineapple Sherbert will be served Tuesday evening at Snow's Drug Store, for k'TzzSSZSSZS. FOR RENT 10 unfurnished, rooms, single or en suite, gas and water, located two blocks from ave. Good neighborhood. Cajl at 718 Kansas ave FOR RENT 4 unfurnished rooms $6 per month. 701 Lawrence at.'." . FOR RENT 5 rooms upstairs at S02 E. 8th st. Gas. . Ind. phone 168. FOR RENT Nice front furnished room for 2. Also board. 1215 Monroe st. FOR RENT 2 or S modern rooms suitable for light housekeeping, 710 Harrison st. Must give references. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms. Everything modern. 512 Quincy st. FOR RENT Office room, single and en suite, light and comfortable. 418 Kan, ave. FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms. for light housekeeping. 607 Topeka ave. . FOR RENT 3 nice furnished rooms, close : in. 612 Jackson st. C. McGee. ' i r FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms at 1029 Jackson st. Big cool room furnished, closet with It. For 2 ladies .or 2 gentlemen. . 318 Polk. FOR RENT 2 nice rooms upstairs. Ask the drug man 73a Kansas ave. 916 Topeka ave., furnished rooms, single or ensuite. modern, reasonable. Phone 2831. 1 ' i ii 'i v I . FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping .roooroa, cheap, soft water. 3)5 Adams. FOR- RENT 10 unfurnished rooms, single or etr suite, gas ana water, located two Weeks f.-om ave. Good neighborhood. 'Call 718 Kansas ave. tOTl HENT JITSCKMiAXEOrS, FOR" RENT Modern office rooms second floor on- Kansas ave., near 6th. east or west fronts. W. W. Webb, 523 Kansas ave. . . . '.-.... FOR RENT 150 ft. storage building on 3 road switch. Quincy, near 1st. M, Heery. FOR- RENT HOUSES. FOR ' RENT Strictly modern 9 room house. 200 Clay. ! Both phones 617. excellent condition, 825 Huntoon, $25. In quire enawnee grocery. FOR RENT New modern 8 room house, elose in.;415 E, 7th. Call 701 Jefferson., FOR RENT 1424 Lincoln st. 6 rooms, city water, gas neat, jio.w. SHAWNEE AGENCY, i Ind. Phone 506. 534 Kansas Ave. FOR RENT 6 room house 212 E. 7th et. FOR RENT Apartments In Lenox flats. S. Barnum, Ind. 2383. - FOR RENT 2 6-room houses near shops. Phone 5704. FOR RENT 3 room cottage, city water, sink, gas. 517 W. 6th St. FOR RENT 5 room house 722 Chestnut St. Ind. phone 1648. FOR RENT Brand new 4 room house. Topeka Investment & Loan Co., rooms i-z veaie diock. ma. pnone iwi. FOR RENT Modern 6 room house at 219 .E. 11th st, InQuuire 827 Topeka ave. FOR EENT-4 room cottf.ge, water and gas, at 323 Harrison st. inquire 321 tiar rlson St. FOR RENT 5 room house 1273 Polk. St., gas, city water. Ind. pnone wsi4.- FOR RENT 6 room house, modern, close In. Inquire or v. jiaczynsKi, 401 ana J3 jacKsoa st. FOR RENT I" 6-roorri house 707 Highland ave. $7.00 p. 1319 z. WHEAT. CORN AND ALFALFA . LANDS. In Rooks. Graham and Trego counties. Palco is headquarters for these lands, wide Fa11- . . . . : .,... i 1 ; t,, -nrt T,r,,H lift famed tor men 1 . ,,,. - r ness ! You have heard Of the famous Par- tor 16 ta $35 an acre, according to loca iur f-w 7 Tn vnn know t on, ana ,"'rU' Zould. Write to J. E. Robeson, Palco. Kan. FOR SALE By non-resident, rental in vestment yielding 10 per cent net. House repair" Always rented" -and brings $30 per montn. Aoorrau j.-. J. E. SHAFFER & CO., 112 E. SIXTH ST. TOPEKA, KAN. FOR SALE: A FEW SPECIALS IPOTl RALE ' ' 80 acres, less one acre for school house. 10 miles from Topeka, about zu acres 001 tom land, 15 acres pasture and timber with plenty of fine water, young orchard, balance, about 60 acres. In cultivation: 5 room house, nearly, new, can sell crop with farm and give possession, i, (ou. a .nr, a miles from ToDeka. good land. fine location,- nearly all in . cultivation, rood new 6 room house, new barn, poul try house, only $4,500. 15 acres lMs miles from business center r-r Tnnpkn. fine high bottom land, 2 blocks from electric cars, good 8 room house, cel lar, well, cistern, good large barn, large poultry house,- fine orchard, all kinds of fruit. A fine suburban home. Price, $,- 000. ' ' urn' nV-rea. ImDroved. in Osage county. Kansas. A gilt edged bargain, $3,500. And a host or otner good rarms. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE: Some Special Farms and City Bargains. 435 KAN. AVE. OPP. POSTOFFICE. tjv-iti SALE 20 room hotel for farm prop erty, 320 acres in Logan Co. for part city property. 317 acres improved. In Solomon Valley at $60 an acre. 320 acres Improved, at $20 per acre. Restaurant and grocery for sale. Add. J. S. Boyle, Bennington.Kn. FOR SALE Or trade, for city property 90 -r , . 1 11. tf.w acre larm. inuuira jwi w . 0111 hi. FOR SALE VV est 01 course viic .1 , .v., v . 1 , . ... .... . good barn and outbuildings, cistern, well, etc. For quick sale $2,500. FOR SATE nSCETT.ANEOTTS. FOR SALE Second cut alfalfa hay, clean and fine, ueilverea. ina. pnone 11.00 &. FOR SALE Good horse. Can be seen at Campbell s barn on Ji. ntn sr. FOR SALE 2 chair barber shop in town of 600; doing good business. Reason for selling. X. O., care Journal. BICYCLE BARGAINS, good second hand trem VI m rionH tirpH 3.50. 1 1. M. Cross Cycle Co., 810 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Cheap, horse and phaeton. Phone 7o84. FOR SALE Typewriter, nearly new.-420 Vaa Buren St.- - - FOR SALE. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Quick, 2 shares building and a loan stock wortb- $285 for $265. -1217 . Lincoln--8. : . . j. . ., - FOR SALE Fresh young milk cow. T. v. Strong, 1 mile south Tecumseh. Bell phone oS72 a rings. - FOR SALE Black? driving horse, traveler. 4S2 Reno ave. good Good paying grocery business in desirable location. Address A. B. Grocery, Journal. F67CE.SALE Thee mllk cow- ' Ind phona FOR SALE Furniture of 10 rooming house. Address X. Y. Z., care Journal. FOR SALE 2d "hand corrugated iron at Home Grain Co.'s elevator, corner of Morse and Tyler at.,- North Topeka. F?5.SA,LErLu'nber' short lengths, iT foot, also doora. M- Heery. 326 Monroe. 'FBros SAI;E Covered wagon. , . Fraser fF-'?, can buy your feed right " if Home, iraIn Co-'a elevator, cor ner Morse and Tyler st.. North Topeka. Fti? SALE 600 business carls for I1JS nveIPe .6: 600 letter heads KMlL r. -" P1?H printing at propor tionate ratM TD i Du t-i. i - ' - - - - - . j . -. n a'luni mwm. BALM FIGS, marvelous remedy for -inousands cured. 1H9 W. 10th. Ind.. 1126-4. Mrs. Batte iiicta FOR SALE Cheap, woven wire bVd springs and baby carriage. 723 Clay st. COST AND POUND. LOST Saturday morning on W. ath st road a gentleman's cuff with silver link con: button of ball and shield, latter con taining three stars and Greek letters. Reward for return to' State Journal office TOPEKA Scrap Iran & Fuel Co., nlghest uiP-7e, paiL,' for. discarded, machinery. Write for prices. 3rd and Jackson. Topeka Wi?Jjrtr, TeaA' to do your tinning now.. J.nst Side Hdwr. and Tinshon. Ind. 25. MONEY. MOIE to loan on live stock, piano, per sonal security, household goods. tvpwm era. W. E. Seguine. 413 K. A, Both phones. MONEY TO LOAN on city property, also personal property. You can pay back y the week or month. Topeka Inver. mpnt & Loap Co. Rooms 1& 2, Veale block. MONEY to loan on personal property, .payment $1.25 week will pay off loan v In- 26 weeks. G. H. Flintham. notary pub Uc. 906 E. 4th st.- Either phone 977. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal securltv L. Bljicoe. S?3 Knn ttv. TJNDEKTAK ERS. BOMGARDNER A REI.l, Successor to G. B. Palmer. Funeral Di rectors. Masonio Bldg., - 621 Jackson st. Both phones 146. Free ambulance. L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and embalmer. First class service, reason able nrlccs. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 11 VETERINARY SURGEONS. DRS. YOUNG & BYERLEY, veterinary surgeons. 426 Quincy st. Both phones. SANITARIUMS. CHRISTS HOSPITAL COTTAGES for - tn. -Gaj-e and treatment of nervous- In valids, alcohol and drug habltuvs and mild cases of mental derangement. W. S. Lindsay. M. D !9 K.- -A.. Topek . Kan. BOWEKS & KEARNS, contractors and builders. Job work carefully done. L2 W. 7th. Phone 3663. J. C. WILSON, contractor and builder, has moved h'.s shop to 728 Jackson st. . Ind. phone 1244. ' BICYCLES AND REPAIRING!. U. 0. CYCLE CO., 118 S. Eighth. National & Ivor-Johnson bicycles. Supplies, repairs. ' g FOUNDERS AND MACHINE SHOPS. t'OUNOlillS, machinists and pattern makers. Topeka Fcundry, 318. !U atxt 222 Jackson st. Both phone 459. jTEWEtERSL JAM hlS U. HA y DEN. Jeweler and una. clan. Complete stock of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc. Eyes examined fcnd spectacles properly fitted. MACHINE SHOPS. MOWEKS ground, factory process. 7c .. Tel 503. Worry B Howard. 710 Kan. sve. FREE DISPENSARY. MONKOE ST. FKEK DISPENSAkJT 202 Monroe st. Conducted by regular practicing physicians and surgeons. Med ical service free. Medicine free in some cases. Office hours 2 to S p. m. Calls answered night or day. Ind. phone 141 J. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, 418 Kan sas ave., i.opeKa. .;: P?jXsJgl-ygs AND gFlgGgPiVa. R. (J. hHOAUtS, ikl. U. Piles tiueuutusc. 732 Kaunas avenue. Ind. phone 4a. tiourat M to 12; 2 to 6; 7:30 to 8:30. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence- Thir teenth ani Clay. Office hours: ( a. m. to 11a.m. and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m. Bots) phones 18 residence and Ind. 131$ office. DR H. H. KEITH, surgeon and diseases of women, frith private hospital. Office 531 Kansas ave. JPAJTXG CAPITAL CITY VITRIFIED BRICK PAVING CO.. 214 E. 6th st. Mfsrs. ol building, paving and sidewalk brlcB. FLORISTS. HOME GKOWN CUT FLOWERS, floral designs. Special attention given out-of-town orders. James Hayes, ii1 W. 8th sU J C. RODMAN, blooming plants, cut flow ers, plants, designs, decorations, lot W. Eighth. Tel. 37. Greenhouse 12th and Moo. JSTJVLJUTONSL ARENA. 2:11. champion Kansas trotter, . at Exhibition hall. fair, grounds. Belt phone 762. R. I. Lee. WHOLESALERS. THE COUGHL1N HARD WAR K CO. Hardware, stoves, fine tools. 706 Kansas- ave. Phone 804. BLAJKSAfrriL NOTICE Blacksmlthinjt, repair work, horseshoeing, etc. 107 E. 2d St. John Vetter. 1 - I TRANSFER AND STORAGE . MSltcTiAlTRAiSFEirSTOKAS Co.. 'packs, ships and stores household goods. TeL 18& Clarence Skinner, 611 Quincy st. MISCELLANEOUS. SUITS to order,' repairing and pressing. Dun t forget the place, 318 E. 4th st. I i,