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7 THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE J OITRNAL FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY 8, 1909. r7. 11 I f A 1 lWVUO' - A It rrawi all the faster That means distortion and feet. " Educator" shoes are exact fhape of the foot, w a little extra room for the toes. Therefore there is " no crowding or dis tortion, and "the feet grow as they should.!: $1.25 to $2.50 i"Sold exclusively in Tcpeka at (2nd Floor) A Handful of One Dollar Bills makes quite a respectable looking pile, but it is no more than you can save in the course of a year if you will be as careful about look ing into our bargains as we are m preparing the sales for vou. Our Avillingness to take small profits in "order to make this the actual "market place" of Topeka means a great deal to you; so much, m fact, that we are willing to predict it will amount to a good sized hand ful of $1.00 bills in the short period of a year. You can save a dollar every Saturday night in this list of staples. Florida Grape Fruit, nature's tonic and appetizer, thin skinned, juicy and ripe, large 20Tsize, each... 10c Pop Corn Fancy; 3 lbs. for 10c Pancake Flour, Young America. 3 packages - . . . .w 25c Cane and Refiners Syrup, -with maple flavor. 2 lb. can ... 25o j California Xavel Oranges, no seeds, paper rind, dozen 25o New Dates, fancy, 2 lb.. 15o English Walnuts, large' and fancy, 2 lbs 35c Almonds, fancy, 2 lbs 35c Raisins, Seedless Sultana, 2 lbs. . . .35c Rice, broken, but nice and clean lb.5c Van Duser's Extracts, highest gTade, orange, almond, strawberry, rasp berry, rose, celery, lemon and van- ila, 2 oz. bottle 30o Mackeral, new, each 10c Fancy torn, highest grade, 2 cans for 25c, dozen $1.35 Armour's Simon Pure Leaf Lard, No. 10 pail, $1.45; Xo. 5 pail, 75c; Xo. 3 pail 50c Best Compound Lard, 3 lbs. . . .. .25c Pure Hog Lard In bulk, lb 11c Table Syrup, fancy 10 lb. can.... 33c Kansas Coal Oil. gal 10c Gest Gasoline, gallon, 15c Sugar 20 lbs. granulated $1.00 Potatoes 60 lb. Fancy Xorthern . . 85c Corn, Triumph Sugar Corn, 3 cans 25c; doz 85c Tomatoes Regular size cans, 10c. dozen 95c Coffee Extra Fancy Rio, lb 15o Tea Gunpowder, 40c grade lb.. 29c Butterine Armour's High Grale "Butereup Brand," 25c value, two lb. brick for 35c Pickles, large dill, doz 20c Butterine Swift's "Lincoln Brand." good quality, 2 lb. brick 25c Toasted Corn-flake, Egg-O-See, 2 packages 1 5c Rice Fancy Japan, 3 lbs. for.... 25c Steak From Corn-fed Beef Chuck 10c: Round 15c; Sirloin 18c; Por ter House 20o i Beans New Hand-Picked Xavy 11 lbs. 50c Kams Fowler's Calumet, Ib...l3)c Breakfast Bacon Armour's Banquet by side, lb 16c Ginger Snaps Fresh and good, lb 5c Granulated Sugar, 25 lbs. $1 (With S5 Grogery Order.) iSUPPtyTHE BEST FAMILIES IN TOPEKA. Southeast Cor. 6th and Jackson Sts. CABINET WAITED. While the President Finished a Talk With Ambassador Bryce. Washington, Jan. 8. James Bryce, the British ambassador, held a confer ence with the president today. It was prolonged 15 minutes beyond the time for opening the. semi-weekly cabinet meeting and the president kept his cabi net officers waiting until he had con cluded his interview with the ambassa dor. Just what the subject of their conference was Mr. Bryce refused to disclose saying: "Tour president Is so well Informed on every subject that It Is a great pleas ure to talk with him." The ambassador declared that treaties between Great Britain and the United States which Secretary Root and he have been negotiating have not yet been cloned. IraserBros fDUCATOR SHOEQM) C A chili's foot MAINS WAS CRAZY All the Alienists Testifying for the Defense Agree That He Had Tarious Forms of Insanity. USE MANY XEW TEIUIS Never Before Drought Out Un der Similar Circumstances. Even Hysteria Is Declared to Be Allied to Insanity. Flushing, X. T., Jan. 8. A blow from an unexpected quarter was re ceived by the defense in the trial of Thornton J. Hains today when Dr. Samuel L. Hanson, an alienist, under cross examination by Prosecutor Dar rin declared that Captain Hains suffer ed from maniac depressive insanity last August, an ailment that would have prevented him from recognizing the face or name of an enemv. The alienist said that in a patient suffering from such a malady all power was practically lost. Prosecutor Darrin. taking advantage of the admission of the defense's alienist, asked him if his opinion of Captain Hains" mental con dition would be changed if he knew mat tne army officer had conversed intelligently before and after the shooting of William E. Annis and that he recognized his victim as his boat neared the float. The medical expert said his opinion remained unchanged. Dr. L. Pierce Clark, another alienist for the defense, testified that Captain Hains was insane on August 15, when the shooting took place, and that he was insane early in Xovemher when the witness made his last examination. The declaration of the defense's alienist that Captain Hains had acute mania prior to the shooting, and that after the tragedy he suffered from melancholia from which he slowly recovered, opened wide the floodgates for exhaustive medical cross examina tion. Dr Manson, telling of the reasons that led him to his conclusions regard 's xiains mental condition, marshaled an overwhelming array of terms in his testimony such as "zone of aneasthesia," "stuporous melan cholia" and "furore transitore." The result of the cross examination of the defense's alienists will deter mine whether Prosecutor Darrin will call any medical experts for the state. The prosecutor believes that the cross examination, which will be conducted under the guidance of Dr. Austin Flint will show that Captain Hains had full knowledge of the nature and quality of his act when he killed Annis. Justice Crane took part in the cross examination of Dr. Manson. who de clared that hysteria was allied to in sanity. The alienist was questioned at length on his definition of the various forms of Insanity and of nervous dis orders and their relation to hysteria. A hysterical man was not insane, said the alienist. Illusions and Delusions. Dr. Manson declared that Sir Wil liam Hamilton's definition of the mind as that which perceives. . acts and thinks, was onlv an annlmrv frr' ch The alienist defined "illusions" and "de lusions." He decribed the phases of mental disturbances through which Captain Hains passed. For more than an hour the prosecutor interrogated the witness on the various forms of mental disturbance and their relationship to each other. All the phases of Captain Halns'a mental conditions were now described as maniac depressive insanity, Baid the alienist. "Suffering from such a maladv as you have mentioned would the patient be able to dress himself " "Xo. sir. an power Is virtually gone." "Suffering from such malady as you have mentioned, would the patient recognize the face of an enemy?" "Xo, sir." "Would the patient be able to recog nize the name of his enemy?" "Xo, sir." "Would it affect your opinion that Captains Hains had impulsive insan ity, if you knew that on the day of the shooting he conversed rationally and Intelligently; that he recognized his enemy; that he talked Intelligently and quietly after the shooting and that at the same time he lighted and smoked a cirgarette?" "It would not," said Dr. Manson. "That's all." said the prosecutor. Dr. L. Pierce Clark, who is connected with the Manhattan state hospital, was called. Dr. Clark said that he ' had read the hypothetical question and that In his opinion Captain Hains was in sane at the time of the shooting. He said he had examined Captain Hains once, and that he was In sane at the time. Dr. Clark said that Captain Hains suffered from maniac depressive insanitv at the time of the shooting. The doctor said that the captain became affected with the mental trouble at the time of his wife's confession. , s bound to ZJMjl just so fast. If jfMk yoaefowdit. fj in one place Vll in another. I TM i m. - , "VV fW AT II PVM"- JlAttiT -W PAXTON & PAXTON After - hventory Unloading Today we commenced our annual January unloading sale. . For money savings read every offer carefully. Not an un worthy item in the list. You now have a chance to get some of the greatest bargains known to the Paxton Store. All winter goods must go if prices are an inducement. Come and see what this sale will mean to you. . if- Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Reeular Regular Regular Big Underwear Sale Good wool garments cold weather and low prices ought to appeal to you at this time. LOOK AT THESE PRICES ' Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool Un derwear Regular. $1.00 garments special . 75c Boys Idmbsdonn Cotton Fleece Underwear Our regular 60c grade special 423 Boys' Good Cotton Fleece Under wear In 24 and 26 shirts and drawers only; worth 35c,special 17c Men's Flannelette Night Rohco A. good 50c grade; will make these special at 43c Corduroy Pant Sale $2.39 A heavy krinkle corduroy pant that is worth $3.50 -our regular price is $2.98 we will still lower the price and sell you a pr. at $2.39 Read of the Great Shoe Values .'.; $4.25 men's 17-inch high top sea grain, . dJO CC plain toe shoes, this sale...,. pJ.VJ $4.50 men's 18-in. high cut, made of heavy calf stock, cap toe, sale price. . . . $4.00 men's 12-inch seal grain, blucher style, at $6.50, 18-inch high top, chrome calf, blucher style Men's calf skin shoes, blucher style; a good $3.00 value, special.. Women's vici kid shoes, extension soles, patent tip, medium low heels; every pair guaranteed; Cr extra good value pj..JJ Boys' vici kid shoes, solid oak sewed soles, sizes 13 to 2: extra good values at $2.00, 41 Kfl special pl.iJU Sixth and Quincy POLICE JOTTINGS. Willie King Ean Away From Leavenworth. Naturally He Doesn't Want to Go Back. TELLS A SAD ST0R1. How His Father Has Abused and Beaten Him. Sheriff Brown Telegraphs to Hold the Boy. Willie King, an ill-used little waif of Leavenworth, Is confined in the city jail, charged with violating his parole from the Juvenile court of Leaven worth county. Upon receiving a telegram from Tom Brown, sheriff of that county. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT With the Shawnee Build ing and Loan Association can't be beat. They have the best plan for saving; or home owning;. See Their Secretary and get., booklet of their many plans and explana tions. . Office 115 West 6th Street. ! PAXTON & PAXTON Overcoat Sale We mean to sell every overcoat, if low prices will be an object to you. Every coat is built for long service as well as fine looks and correct fit. Every mark is in plain figures, no inflated values. Here they go. Men's regular S16.E0 and $15.00 t - gC Overcoats at ... : Men's regular $12.50 Overcoats 9.85 Men's regular $10.00 Overcoats y QC at ' Men's regular $8.50 Overcoats C Att at - Men's regular $7.50 Overcoats 5.95 Youths' Overcoats $8.50 Overcoats . '. $6.45 $7.50 Overcoats ..$5.00 $6.95 Overcoats S4.65 $5.00 Overcoats $3.95 Boys' Overcoats $4.50 Overcoats at , $3.95 Overcoats at ......... $3.00 Overcoats at . ....,. $2.50 Overcoats at .$3.45 .$2.85 .$2.25 $1.95 $2.00 Overcoats at ........... .$1.65 $1.50 Overcoats at $1.29 Men's Heavy Ribbed Union Suits Regular price $1.00 special 89c Men's Heavy Sweaters, 39o Just a few left; will close out balance of these 50c sweaters at 39c Boys' Fancy Sweaters, 45c This is a good bargain; our regular 50c grade of fancy blue and red facing sweaters at 45c Men's Flannel Top Shirts A $1.00 quality; will keep you warm, for - . . .'.i .-: 79c $4.00 $3.50 $5.25 $2.50 4T 'J w PAX TON Chief Eaton dispatched Detective Hut ton to find the lad. Willie was found at the home of his sister, Mrs. D. M. Jenks, at 411 Western avenue. The boy had come to live with his sister, saying he was no longer able to stand the cruelties of his father. He says Judge Johnson of the juvenile court in Leavenworth said he might come and that he needed report no more to him. Willie King is now 17 years old but does not look the age. When he ar rived he was very poorly clothed and ill kempt, though, now he is wearing some old clothes his brother-in-law gave him and makes a clean and neat appearance. Tales of extreme cruelty are told by him and his sister of their father, W. M. King, a day laborer of Leavenworth. Habitually he beat his wife,' his daughter and two sons. After his sister left home, Willie yielded to the lures of another lad to run away. It was about a year ago Jean Behart asked Willie to go with him. Jean had been riding a horse around which Willie supposed was his or his father's, who Is a veterinary surgeon. The two boys rode the horse off. About 20 miles from Leaven worth they were caught and taken home. Then Willie learn'ed that the horse did not belong to Jean Behart. The boys were taken before the juve nile court and Willie was let off on probation. He has made reports to Judge Johnson who, says the boy, told him he could now go and live with his sister in Topeka. However, the - following telegram came to Chief Eaton yesterday: "Ar rest and hold Willie King. Parole violated, juvenile court, Leavenworth. Tom Brown, sheriff of Leavenworth county." This telegram removes any blame or charges of false'imprisonment from the shoulders of Chief Eaton. ' Willie King had come to Topeka to be with friends and to get employment In the city. The officers here think it is a conspiracy on the part of the father to make him come home. After the boy had gone, his father made his mother burn up every bit of clothing or trinket the boy had left and It was thought he would be left to rustle as he wished. The fam ily at home has nothing, but the man would never let the women or the boys earn anything while he, alone, was making but a meager existence. Trouble is breaking out in the House of Cunningham near the river. Upon complaint of his wife Homer Cunning ham was arrested by Officer Wonderly Thursday. Homer and his wife, live PAXTON & PAXTON Blankets and Comforts The price quoted on some articles In the following is less than the cost of production: 69c Blankets, 49c Gray color, tint ed borders, 10-4 size; stitched ends; marked to sell at 69c per pair iIC 75c Blankets, 59c These weigh 2 pounds to the pair; come in gray and can colors; have tinted borders and bound ends our 75c value: per pair 59c $1.50 Blankets, $1.19 Tour choice of gray, tan or white, and they are the extra large 12-4 size; weight 4 pounds to the pair; have pretty tinted borders; the ends are bound some stores ask $2.00 for no better I1 in per jjair piX5 $1.25 Comforts, 75c Some of these are covered with silkoline, others with print cloth; some are filled with dark cotton, others with snow white some are quilted, others tied with woolen yarn; take your choice of good 7tj $1.00 values I "C $1.39 Comforts, 98c We marked these comforts $1.39, and we know some credit stores that ask $1.50 for no better they are filled with white cotton, covered with silkoline, and tied with Saxony yarn; our $1.39 Q52s values ..fOC Piece Goods Every item listed below is an ex ceptional value in this cash selling store the mercliandise is perfect and seasonable if the lots last, the prices will prevail Friday and Saturday. 50c Woolen Suiting, 29c Plain and fancy woven woolen suitings; medium and dark colors; excellent for" making women's skirts, children's dresses, and. cheap enough in price for making pet ticoats; good 50c values, . mn per yard , .tVC 25c Dress Goods, 15c Here we have a table full of broken lines of mater ials suitable for all purpose dresses and waists; medium and dark colors; woolen and cotton material; every yard worth 25c your f C choice luC 5c Brown Muslin, 25 This is light weight and is used almost solely for covering walls preparatory for pa pering; it usually sells at 5c per yard our special ol price ZMC ' tyc Cotton Flannel. 53 This cloth i3 bleached as white as snow and has a soft fleecing: 7o is our price per yard; special Friday and Sat- CJ urday JC 74c IjIj Sheeting. 4"43 Full 36 inches wide, made of clean, round thread cotton; a splendid value in this cash store at 7c per yard; as a spec ial for Friday and Satur- 4JC with his mother and sister in. a double house at 119 Crane street. The double sounds quite safe but perhaps the kink is not marked enough to keep them apart. Anyhow there has been an aw ful falling out and no two tell a sim ilar story. For Instance, Homer say3 his people sell booze and that if his Helpful Hints on Hair Health Scalp and Hair Troubles Generally Caused by Carelessness. randruff is a. contagious disease caused by a microbe which also pro duces baldness. Never use a comb or brush belonging to some one else. No matter how cleanly the owner may be, thes articles may be Infected with mi crobes, which will infect your scalp. It is far easier to catch hair 'microbes than it is to get rid of them, and a single stroke of an infected comb or brush often produces the cause of baldness. Never try on anybody else's hat for the reascn that many a hat band is a nesting place for microbes. If you happen to be troubled with dandruff, itching scalp, falling hair or baldness, we have a remedy which we positively know will cure these trou bles, and we are so sure of this that we offer it to you with the understanding that it will cost you nothing for a trial if it does not produce the results we claim. This remedy is called Rexall "93" Hair Tonic It is the most scientific remedy for all scalp and hair troubles, and we know of - nothing else that equals it for effectiveness. We know this because of the results It has pro duced in hundreds of cases. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will positively banish dandruff permanently, restore natural color when its loss has been brought about, by disease, and make the hair naturally silky, soft and glossy. It does this because it stimu lates the hair follicles, removes dand ruff, destroys the germ matter, and brings about a free, healthy circulation of blood which nourishes the hair roots, causing them to tighten and grow new hair. We want everybody In Topeka who has any trouble with hair or scalp to know that Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is the best hair tonic and restorative in existence, and no one should scoff at or doubt this statement until they have put our'dalms to a fair test, with the understanding that they pay us noth ing for the remedy .If It does not give full and complete satisfaction In every particular. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. Fred A. Snow, druggist, 523 Kansas aye., Topeka. &, PAXTON PAXTON & PAXTON Sale at Women and Children's . Apparel We have found several broken lines of Coats in this department that we are not goinp; to carry over if price will move them. $5.00 Children's Coats, $1.95 There are five distinct, lines of garments In this lot Bear Cloth, Plain Thibet.Fan cy Mixtures, As trachan and Vel vet, they range In size from 2 years to 14 years, not all sizes , In ' any one line but you find the size gar ment 'in the lot that you are look ing for, and it may be a' $5 one that will cost you $1.95 $6.00 Misses' Coa(.s, $2.95 There are ages up to 18 years in this lot made of fancy cloaking, trimmed with velvet and fancy buttons our $6.00 garments, to- ' fl0 QP day and tomorrow p.Jj $12.50 Women's Coats, $6.95 Black and navy blue broadcloth coats that are full satin lined and beautifully trimmed with braid; 50 inches long and semi- C5 QC fitting; $12.50 values .pO.I Waists $6.00 Taffeta Waists,' $3.95 Made of excellent quality black tffaeta silk; long sleeves, closed In .front, all sizes our $6 tQ CktZ garments... pJ.i7J $1.25 Satine Waists, 75c Bright, lustrous black, plain tailored or embroidered styles- closed front or back; splendid $1.25 va4v 7?f ues, choice. ............ .'..-, $1.00 Shirt Waists, 39c ir menta that are good for all pur pose wear; have long sleeves; clos- ed front; some fleece lined; broken sizes; value up to $1.00 O Q choice of lot ,.. .........'- Tennis Gowns $1.25 Tennis Gowns, 75e Wo men's garments tiat are made very full and long materials are extra heavy; braid, band and tuck trim mingour regular $1.25 7C values, choice. . . ... ... t. . . . . . JC 1 i Tennis Skirts 59c Tennis Skirts. 39c Suitable for women's short or misses' long skirts, have wide flounce; extra heavy; worth 59c, O Q. choice wife was truthful she would substan tiate his charge. That is an awful thing to say about one's mother and Homer likely will back down on the stand. He is charged with making a disturbance and can be convicted of that if his wife doesn't get chicken hearted. There has ever been more or less trouble in this family. Homer's sister had to get a divorce from Johp Heitman. An aged queer man entered the grocery store at the corner of Sixth and Clay last evening and shied up to the stove. The police were notified that he was there and the chief went out to get him with the patrol wagon. He was found to be Henry Sexton who had escaped from the asylum bnt a short time before. He was sligjitly clad and had gotten very cold for his shirt was open three buttons at the throat. The warmth Inside the buildings appealed more to him than freedom finally and he entered the grocery. Henry had been taken out to walk by the attend ants with .many others and somehow walked off without them seeing him. Piled into the wagon he remon strated strongly as they seemed to be going west toward the hospital. He would never be taken there alive, he Raid, but when he was told he was be ing taken down town to be warmed "P and fed he became quite happy. He was kept at the station until the at tendants from the asylum arrived for their runaway charge. Three 16 year old boys who left Lin coln, IlL, New Tear's day for a glorious little jaunt through Sunny Kansas were taken up by a patrolman this morning hungry and cold. The boys are Jess Howard. Willard Aughton, and Willie Wann. They had gotten as far as Salina when it became too cold for them and they turned for their happy homes. They had had noth ing to eat since yesterday noon and were very willing to work on the rocks until noon today to earn a dinner. The boys were very dirty and greasy as if from riding the trucks but were cheer ful and still had the idea of a little outins. prof. Worrall Is Sick. ' Professor Harvey Worrall, the well known Topeka pianist, is very ill at his home at 715 Polk street, with periton itis. The professor has not been seen about his usual haunts for the last three days and his friends and pupils did not know what had become of him. At the Crenierie restaurant, where he is a familiar figure, and where he gen erally leaves coUcaof hja migrations or PAXTON & PAXTON Paxtois 8 $22.50 Women's Coats, $12.95 Black, brown and castor colore; satin lined, satin trimming; values up to $22.50 -your (in rv r choice p 1.27 O $25.00 Fur Coats. $16.50 We have only two of these brown fur coats made with large roll collar, blouse and semi-fitted style; satin lined, $25.00 gar- rn ments, choice . . .J 1 D.OU Children's Underwear 45o Children's Underwear, 25c These are large size garments suit able for children up to 16 years of age; closely knit; heavily fleeced; vests or pants, each. .20C 50c Vests and Pants. S9c Bleached or cream color, "Setsnug" vests and pants splendid, heavy weight, winter garmonts no better 50c values to be had oo choice per garment.... Oj7C Union; Suits SOo Union Suits. 39o Misses" heavily .leeced union suits, ages up to 14 years'; light cream color; silk trimmingsr splendid 60c oa garments..... oSC 50c Union Suits, 4So Women's heavy weight, fleece-lined union snits, form fitting; gray or cream color; all sizes; choice of Ai these 50c garments 4uC $1.00 Union Snits. 69c Women's form-fitting garments; made of se lected cotton: silk triVimJne: full Pf range of sizes, good $1.00 t It values, per suit , OiC K Sixth aid Quincy condition, nothing had been heard. Dr Geo. Dick is attending the professor. H is better this afternoon. MOGUL UNDER THE KNIFE. Baby Rhinoceros la Operated for Cataract. Upon New York, Jan. 8. After many many weeks of preparation an opera tion was performed at the Bronx zoo upon Mogul, the baby rhinoceros. Two huge cataracts were removed from, the animal's eyes and It Is hoped that Mogul will soon emerge successfully from the world of shadows In which he has been living because of his af fliction. The operation lasted half art hour, and was perfomed after Mogul had been stupefied with drugs and cocaine applied to hla eyes. He waa firmly chained as an additional pre caution. Mogul's value will be In creased from t(, 000 to $10,000 if he regains his sight. i- a Mid -Winter Clearance Sale Reduction on All Shoes NO. (Ol y KANS.AVE. IND. PHONE !.