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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOUENAI MONDAY EVENIHC,, JAITUARY 18, 1909.
4 r ' f.'S h Society Mrs. Charles E. Gault has ased a few neighborhood friends for bridge Friday afternoon. flirs. ;. -. Alien Ktr bridge party Firady afternoon in honor of Mrs. Herbert Hodge of Abilene, Kansas. Kansas City fctar. . . . . From Gertrude Hill Springers New VTork letter in the Kansas city . Vrs. J. F. Myers, formerly of TopeKa, lswriously ill with nervous prostra tion and has been obliged to leave tne home where she lives, and tun trained nurse go to an apartment hotel, where she can have the com piece quiet and freedom from care tnat her illness demands. . Mrs. Louis A. Springer has r5tun?.a from Boston, where she spent the no davs with her sister, Mrs. Thomas r-. Chandler. The young son of Dr. ana Mrs. Chandler was christened one da last week bv the Rev. Alexander Mann at the noonday services at Trmii church. He was given the name oj Thomas Evans, for his father and grandfather. Mrs. Alice Hill F.asn and Mr. H. G. Hoyt were the god parents. Following the service Dr. and Mrs. Chandler gave .aJam.'' luncheon at their apartment in Beaton street. Appendicitis has lost its f'0!13,0! prominence, at least locahy, and tne most stviish ailment in Topeka now is reuresthenia or some similar nervou disorder. Two Topeka girls who mar ried Chicago men have found the ct too much for their nerves and have been trying everything from a rest cure to Christian Science and they set tne pace. Although nothing ever happens i vv- de'ie-htful old Topeka exciting enough to disturb anybody s equanimity, the girls are determined not to be outdone in this respect. The) may not have rich husbands and motor cars, but they have the diseases which the wealthy and fashionable flsh is heir to, and so one hears a good bit about nerves nowadays from the girls who have tried everything else, which a Perfect Lady can. Just what is meant by society in Washington, says a writer on society Jn the national capital in the Kansas f'ity Star, depends largely upon wnrre mne is from and how long one means tay within tne snaaow m Uiusp the ramtol or tne goiu domed library on Capitol hill. to elastic is the term that one is tempted to say the national capital affords social advantages by the day week or month to all comers, as well as for the specified term of years given to each lawmaker or high gov ernment official. And, again, to a large portion of the polite world, Washington society is held to be an in stitution quite apart from official life, with the bachelors' cotillons, far more important than White House re ceptions, and the wives and daughters of national officials, leaders in spite of. rather than because of, their political greatness. Each of these views contains a large element of truth, but not all the truth. To the newly arrived congressman and his family society means a state reception at the White House or pos sibly one of the small dinner parties of thirty covers, which the president and Mrs. Roosevelt give at short in tervals as a reward of merit to sundry lawmakers. If in addition to these honors Mrs.- Representative - "Is in vited, to one of Mrs. Roosevelt's teas, or the daughter of the family is in cluded in the company asked to dance in the East room with Miss Ethel Roosevelt's young friends. the con gressional family from any place one hundred miles away feels itself to have arrived. It hasn't, from a social point of view, for a White House invitation to a member of congress carries with it little more distinction than the print ing of the member's name and the address in the back of the congres sional directory. On. the other hand the non-official visitor who comes to some old friend already established in that chosen locality about Dupont or Sheridan circle, can be much flattered by an in vitation from the chief executive, for except when directed by firmly es tablished precedent, the gold crested card of the White House Is used en tirely as a personal compliment from the president and wife, and has been known to bring persons favored by its receipt across the continent for its acceptance. Scores of men and women come to Washington each winter who place an invitation to dine or dance in com pany with an ambassador or foreign minister, especially if a title goes with the representative of king or emperor, far above any official entertainment of president, vice president or cabinet officers, which shows how foolish our democracy is in certain places. The real Washlngtonian. native or adopted, is one who has seen ad ministrations come and go, who knows the proper adjustment of vat- ues, social, and official, and absorbs the most desiraDie irom both. It is Vhis comparatively small, but very powerful class, which constitutes the real social arbiters. It is here one finds the best society America affords; not necessarily the richest, the gayest or the most fashionable, but a selected portion of each of these classes. For the well placed hosts in Washington, untrammelled by official obligations, can entertain and be entertained as they please and where they please. Mr. and Mrs. John Foos Norton have Issued after wedding cards announcing the marriage of their sister, Mrs. John In Laundering We Excel in all those little details which, com bined, make perfect work. Give just the right finish to a shirt, the right fold to a collar. Take as much pains with the little things as with the big ones. We Call for and Deliver laundry work anywhere. Have us send for yours this week and we feel sure you'll be so pleased with our work you'll have us call regularly thereafter. City Hand Laundry Phones 546. 927 Kansas Ave. fondles Called (or and Delivered, SECEET REVEALED Said to Have Benefited and Cured Hundreds of Chronic Dyspeptics -Clip and Save This. It Is seldom that a great specialist will rive awav the secrets rr his profession. but occasionally we find one who Is liberal. A noted medical man says: Always prescribe the following with the great-, est success for Indigestion, acute or chronic: dyspepsia, sour stomach, distress after eating, such as heart palpitation, depression. headache and biliousness. These simple but powerfully blended In gredients can be relied upon in every case. Mix in a. bottle two ounces of syrup of ginger. one ounce compound essence cardiol and two ounce essence of pepsin. Shake well and take one or two teaspoon fuls after each meal; or before, to excite tho annerite. if neeessarv. For costiveness. a dose at night will do much good. Let children who have stomachache take this freelv. Adults can find nothing that will do so much permanent good and at the same lime give prompt relief from dis tress. B. Bartholomew, to Mr. Cornelius M. Hoult of Baltimore. Maryland. The wedding took place Saturday morning at the Madison Avenue Methodist church. New York city, and BHshop Warren, an old time friend, performed the ceremony in the presence of a small party of relatives and intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hoult sailed Saturday on the Konigen Lulse for Naples and will spend the next three months in Italy, the Riviera. Austria and Germany. At home after May first. Hotel Belvedere, Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Norton, w ho went east for the wedding, will return in about two weeks. The Januarv Tivoli dance will take place at Steinberg's Friday of next week. There will be no Elks dance this week. Mrs. Roy Allen of New York, who has been visiting at points in the Etate, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. P. Alien of North Lawrence avenue. Mrs. Allen and her daughter Bess will en tertain this week complimentary to Mrs. Allen. Wichita Beacon. Mrs. John Thomas Price has asked guests for an informal luncheon Wednesday at her bungalow In Waver ly Place to meet Miss Vera Brady of Lawrence. Mrs. Lulu Jeffs and Mr. A. Reinisch were married Saturday at the home of the bride in Hutchinson. They came to Topeka Sunday and will be at home at Gage park. Mrs. Reinisch is a cousin of Mrs. Henry McAfee and visited in Topeka last fall. The Monday Whist club met today with Mrs. Albrecht Marburg. The Brotherhood of St. Paul of the First Methodist church will have a dinner tonight at the church. The Junior Atlantean club will meet with Miss Martha Valentine tomorrow. Notes and Personal Mention. Mrs. William E. Drechsel and her son. Billy, of Leavenworth, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Mitchell. Miss Charlcna Byerly of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs. Ward Page in Westlawn for two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dean R. Low. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Low, returned to their home in Chelsea, Okla., to day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith are in Kansas City. Judge C. E. Foote and Mr. G. D. Lytle returned Sunday from a trip to the Texas gulf towns. Jane Oaker (Mrs. Hale Hamilton) is back in New York as the leading woman of the Savage production of "The Devil." Mr. J. D. M. Hamilton returned last week from a business trip to New York where he saw Miss Oaker. He also stopped in Chicago to see his son. Mr. Hale Hamilton. Mrs. A. W. Benson returned to To peka Friday after a visit of a number of weeks in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell will return the first of this week from their wedding trip to New York. Mrs. P. J. Clevenger has gone to Denver to visit her mother. Miss Ruby Chlsham of Atchison will be in town for the Davis-Felix wedding Wednesday night and will be the guest of Miss Fay Qfiinton. Mrs. A. S. Johnson will leave in about two weeks for Dallas, Tex., where she will be the guest of her daughter until she goes east, as is her custom, to spend the summer. Miss Floyd Robenson will return to morrow from a visit to Major and Mrs. Waterman in Fort Riley. Dr. and Mrs. William C. McDonough are the guests of Kansas City friends. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Congregational church will be enter tained at a thimble party at the home of Mrs. Beach, 509 Tyler street, Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Fernald and Mrs. W. R. Martin will assist the hostess. Sidney Urbansky and Fred Romeau, of St. Marys, were in Topeka Sunday. EAST TCPEKA NOTES A- Items for the Ea3t Topeka column may be telephoned to Ind. phone 2SS1 black. W. S. Hunter, physician and surgeon, office and res. 1119 East th. Ind. 1868. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Clarke went to Kansas City Sunday to visit Mrs. Clarke's daughter. Miss Mamie Bartell, who is at the University hospital, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. Joe Bowers of Berryton took dinner Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cathers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson of Law rence spent Sunday with their parents here. Mr. Frank Lawn, who has spent the past year in Ohio, stopped here Satur day and visited friends for a short time while en route to his home in El Reno, Okla. Mr. Lawn formerly lived in Topeka. Mr. E. H. Stamm of North Lake street is able to be up and around again after a few days' illness. Mrs. S. L Wilson of 325 Kline street will entertain her Sunday school class of the Third Christian church at her home Tuesday evening. Mr. Geo. Karr and Mr. John P"age spent the day Saturday at Spencer on a hunting trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson spent Sun day the guests of friends in Emporia, Kansas. Mrs. Wm. Dunn of Omaha, Neb., came to Topeka Sunday to spend three weeks with friends and relatives. Miss Florence Ellis returned to work today after spending two weeks in Osage City, visiting relatives. The East Side Improvement associa tion will hold a special meeting Tues day evening at their hall. Eighth and Lake street, for the purpose of plan ning for a play. The proceeds will go toward the Park fund. This Is to be an important meeting, and all people WANTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NATE B. THOMPSON announces himself as a candidate for the nomination of clerk of the court of Topeka. subject to the Republican city primaries. March 2. 1309. W C. RALSTON is a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of city attorney, subject to the city primary election on March 2. 1309. of the East side are requested to be present. The Oriental Embroidery club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. L. G. Hammond instead of at Mrs. Tins ley's as announced. Mrs. T. C. Tinsley went to Spencer today, called by the illness of her sis ter, Mrs. Leggett. Mr. Oliphant and daughter returned to their home in Palco, Kansas, today after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. Coddington of 418 Jefferson street. Billy Clifford and Maud Lambert. X'audeville headllners in the larger cir cuits for a number of seasons, are the bright particular stars in "The Girl at the Helm" seen at the Grand Saturday matinee and night. "The Girl at the Helm" is another of the Chicago La Salle theater successes and that means it is well staged and cleverly produced and that its chief claims to distinction are the beauty and agility of its chorus, their costumes and "business." Unlike most of the La Salle shows which have passed this way, the music of "The Girl at the Helm" was not written by Joe Howard. Raymond Hubbell is the guilty party, and Rob ert D. Smith is responsible for the book and lyrics. Neither win win the au thors lasting fame for The Girl at the Helm" is mediocre in every respect ex cept its production. That's what saves it, and the real hit of the piece is the man who staged it, clever Mr. Ned Wayburn, who puts on all the La. Salle theater shows and who either origi nates or appropriates the effective business. As for Mr. Clifford and Miss Lam bert, once a vaudevilhan, always a vaudevillian. "You may break, you may shatter the vase if you will" and all that sort of thing, don't you know. Miss Lambert has the two best songs in the piece and sings 'em "pooty good" at that. Mr. Clifford sings a little, dances a little and fools around right amusingly a lot. He has an infectious laugh and a w ay of his own and he has his audience going from the start. They get together in the second act for a brief exchange of the pleasantries which used to delight their admirers on the vaudeville circuit, and. the audi ence settles back as comfy as if the seats, had only cost ten, twenty, and thirty. Mr. Clifford and Miss Lambert get their names in upper case letters, but they have some partners in crime. Miss Florence Martin, a pretty little trick who can't sing a lick in the road, but who makes up for it by being Just As Cute, and another comely young wo man who excites a mild curiosity about her right to the title of the Countess von Hatzfeldt. She isn't stuck-up, ap parently, Jn spite of her connection with the nobility. But it's the chorus that gets the hand the prettiest chorus, wearing the best clothes that has visited this village this season. Honest Injun, there isn't a really ugly girl In the whole lot. They are all easy to look at, graceful, youthful, and fetching and they are employed in some exceptionally pretty dances and stage pictures. The Mar riage Game, sung by the Countess von Hatzfeldt and Illustrated by the chorus, is a particularly clever feature, new to this one night stand, at least. The chorus men in "The Girl at the Helm" are also worthy of notice. The chorus men who pass this way are usually a sorry lot, but this particular aggrega tion look, and sing, and dress as well as the Elks Minstrels. LIVING PIN CUSHION. Fifteen-Year-Old Girl Carries lOO Pins In Her Stomach. New York. Jan. 18. Medical men are so interested in the case of Flor ence Smith, a fifteen-year-old grll of Patchogue, L. I., who has swallowed a half a paper of pins from which she has suffered comparatively little., that she will be brought to this city this week for an X-Ray examination. An account of the case will be published in the Medical Journal. The child swallowed the pins, numbering about 100, three weeks ago and although she complained of pains, physicians say that the protective walls which nature builds in such cases, will probably save her life. A physician speaking of the case said: "Although about fifty pins are still lodged in the abdominal tract, the tract does not seem to have been badly affected by them. While the points of the pins have unquestionably per forated the tract, the heads of the pins seem to have stopped up the per forations. Nature, as far as we can judge, is also building adhesive wails around the points of the pins. The copper and zinc of the pins may cause Miss Smith to suffer from chronic anaema and debility all her life. But she will nevertheless get well." mostomTstate As Laws Are Being Enforced Texas Takes the Palm. Chicago, Jan. 18. "Texas is the most moral state in the union," savs Will L. Sargent of Fort Worth. "Un der the existing laws, which are really enforced, you cannot play cards on trains or In- any public place, the wo men have to forego their euchre and bridge whist parties or else do away with prizes. All raffles are prohibited. The fine for carrying a revolver is $100, and in fact, it is hard to get hold of such a weapon. "Any man who kills another now Is ouickly and surely punished. The sa loons are hermetically sealed on Sun days, must close at midnight and three quarters of the counties have local option. - v iv x Tinv . -crrr' a tt r WANTED A position as meat cutter or clerk In grocery store; have had ex perlence: can give references. Ind. 2311 Red REAL ESTATE TRAXSFERS. H. Vanderbeck and wife to V. Sardou, lots 417-98 and 99 Michigan ave., J. W Doran's Walnut Park sub ..$ K5 H. Landrus nd wife to R. T. Shaw, lots 2 to 30 inc., Florence ave., Lan drus Place sub 8,000 I. W. Burdiek et al to C. G. Barnes, lots 71 and 16 Harrison St.. Walnut Grove sub 2,000 M. G. Hibbard et al to W. H. Jackson. tract on Van Buren st 600 E. Higgins and wife to I. Faust, s. . 12-12-14 7,200 J. W. Reynolds and wife to S. F. Stewart, lots 769-71-3 and 6, blk.'S, West st., Steele's add 3,400 P. Hutchison and wife to C. C. Wit-, wer. w. H 3-13-15 1,200 II. W. McFadden to B. H. G. C. and B. L. McFadden, lots 194-4 and 8 Qulncy st J G- W. Case and wife to T. P. Shields, lots 152-4 and 6 Ohio ave.. Highland Park add G. D. Lytle and wife to H. Folts and 143 wife, lot 199 west St., Home's 2nd add J. K. Wickem and wife to W m 4,400 Bunce, lots 163-64 and pt. 160 Indiana ave., Sunnyside add. and lots 164-66-6S-70-72-74 and 76 Indiana ave., High land Park add J. Chubb and wife to W. M. Bunce, lot 178 Indiana ave.. Highland Park. Washburn college to P. E. Stewart, lots 355 and 357 Boswell ave., College Place add 950 25 500 REPRESENTATIVES WANTED. $6,000 OR MORE A YEAR can be earned by a straight man devoting entire time to permanent, high class business in any place of five thousand or over; salesman in all lines, including insurance, stock, real estate, books, etc., can operate on side and add materially to present earnings, not Interfering with but actually helping regular business: state experience and say about hew much you made past year. Address H. M. Harper, 27 William street. New York City. WANTED Man for house work and care of horses; bring references. Mrs. T. B. Sweet. 2SI Topeka ave. WANTED Canvassers to sell Banana shares in city; experience not necessarv. Call at office Monday evening, Jan. 18, at 7:30. M. A. Pond. 609 Kansas ave. WASTf D FEMALB ITRLP. W.WTED A stenographer. Remington typist. Must be good on tabulation work. Address M. O., Topeka State Journal. WANTED. Table waitress Fifth Ave hotel. WANTED A nurse girl with references, at 824 Fillmore St. WANTED Young lady cashier: must be well recommended. C. 11., care Journal. WANTEDA competent young lady steong rapher. Address Century, care Journal. WAVTFO OAIFRMFS. NEW Patent lamp burner, gives three times the light, burns less oiL non explosive; send 28c for sample. Presto Light Co., 701 First ave. south, Minneapolis, Minn. . WANTED Traveling salesman. Wichita . territory. Give experience. References. tea.iy position: good house. Address L. M.. care Journal. - 4 BUSINESS CHANCES. OWNERS OF MINING STOCKS of merit anxious to sell for cash may find a pur chaser bv addressing H. 0. State Journal WANTED A man with $500 to Invest In a legitimate enterprise; one to five millions in It. Call for further particulars. I. B. Nicholes, 831 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Business cpportnalty -of a mechanical nature. On- Km. ave., net ting $150 per month. .A decided snap. Owner leaving city; must aeu. W. J. Richenbacher. 534 Kan. ave, (basement). WASTED MISCELLANEOUS. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE for secondhand clothes, shoes, hats and overcoats. DroD a card or call Ind. phone l.t8. Aba Jacobson. 600 Kansas avenue. HORSES TO WINTER. M. O'Kaefe. Ind. phone 8198. WANTED Veal calves and fat cows. H. M. Bush. Ind. phone 2473$. 1010 E. tth st W NTED Horses and eows to winter. good feed, water, shelter. H. Chalmers. Ind. 2S09 2. or MOT Black. WANTED Horses to winter, fcox stalls. good care and feed. Alfalfa bay for sale. UDdeeraff Farm. Ind. 400S. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Furnished room, strictly modern, alcove front room. $3.00 per week, one or two persons. 910 Monroe St.. onlv two blocks from Copeland hotel. Independent phone 23SS Red: Bell 2561. FOR RENT Room and board. 313 W. 8th st. For men only. FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms 'J block capitol; not heated with gas. 10i4 Van Buren. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern. 1108 Quincy. Inquire 510 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 3 rooms, first floor; also sleeping rooms, modern. 604 W. 8th st. FOR RENT Modern rooms, with or with out board. 517 Van Buren at. FOR RENT -2 corner front rooms. 935 Kansas ave., gas. Phones 16. FOR RENT 2 partly furnished housekeep ing rooms, modern. 209 E. 8th ave. FOR RENT Lilght housekeeping rooms. 420 Topeka ave. FOR RENT Furnished room, modern. In quire 510 Kansas ave. FOR RENT $ rooms, 1st floor, $5.00. Gas. 1004 East 8th. FOR RENT Two modern furnished rooms en suite, hot water heat, electric light and bath. 710 West 8th st. FOR RENT 6J9 Tyler. 1 furnished room, modern, $6 per month. Ind. 2462 Blue. FOR RENT Modern office rooms. In quire at 111S Topeka ave. Ind. 2294 Blue. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms fot housekeeping and furnished room W 7 TEL. 8S3 IND. has been ringing constantly ever since the cold snap ordering Frazeur's inverted gas heaters. We dit filling all orders promptly at $3.00 per heater, all connected. W. G. FRAZEUUR, 300 E. 4th St. FOR RENT -4 newly furrlshed rooms. 2CS Karen Gentlemen rtnly FOR RENT 6 room modern cottage, 635 Jefferson, gas light and heat, soft and hard water, good cellar. $3) per month. J. E. Shaffer. 112 E. 6th St. FOR RENT New 4 room cottage, gas. Voigt's bakery. Both phones. FOR RENT 10 room residence, close in. Call 2243 White. FOR RENT New. modern 7 room house, 410 W. 13th. Inquire of Reisner 1275 Haxr. FOR RENT Fine new 7 room modern flat. 202 Topeka nve. Ind. phone 9S1 3. FOR RENT 8 room bouse, reasonable, located In Auburndale. 324 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 6 room dwelling with barn, first class condition. 449 Sumner ave. W. 8. BurgenthaJ. 117 W. 7th. Phone 199. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT-MS Fillmore St., 4 rooms. iSJltb.JK? heat" wel1- cistern, sink in iVX- fJr00" Wrren. u Lincoln St., Ind. Phone 2597 White. F?2L.,R?XT room cottage, gas, plTs- basement. Ind. phone 24642 R. FOR RENT-Strle-ly modern 9 room houae. 500 Clay. Both phones B7. FORKKNT MISCKI.T.NFXr8. f .R RENT Good n section of prairie meadow. Ind. 1&23 2. .. FOR RENT Good farm, possession at once. 224 The Drive. Phone 2653 R. 1. BOB- SLED TO HIRE. Phone 258. FOR RENT 80 acres miles north of Topeka. Inquire 306 Jefferson. HOMESTEAD LAND. Can locate you on homesteads very -cheap. Costs you noth in.foutside ot locating fee and $18.00 or M.OO for securing your papers from the government officials. Land leveL Beet wheat soil in Kansas. Clement L. Wilson. Tribune. Kansas. MaXwEx-I. Co. nr2oms' ood location, gas. Price $1100. $100 down will buy it. 6 blocks from' 8th and Kansas avenue. HP location, improvements nearly all l-IS" ".rooms, new and modern. A beauty. bom lucky man will get this for $2,8UJ- $250 down, 5 room modern cottage, nearly nw. So close in that you couldn't spend care fare. $2,500. 7 rooms, 6 blocks from transfer station, gas, city water, sewer, walks. $1,730. 13 lots, finest shade, citv water, 2 blocks from car line. Price $425. or will ex change for a good equity, or North Topeka property. 5 large room cottage, gas. electric light, 2 lots, fine cellar, cistern, wall. Pos session at once. $2,000; $500 cash, balance $J per month. Tyler St.. 6 room house, gas, sewer, city water, cellar, Wt lots. $3,000; part cash. Business room on the avenue; good rental. $13,300. BAILEY BROS CO. Ind. 990. Res. 2546 White. Bell 990. FOR SALE Two lots near Washburn, Shade starte d and evergreens. Price $450. Would trade In a good piano of standard make. Address Lot Owner, Journal. FOR TRADE OR SALE 60 a. smooth up land for smaller property, close or in city. Mrs. Theodore Saxon, 222 W. 8th. FOR SALE IN HIGHLAND PARK. Two blocks oar line, 162 lots. 6 room house, good barn for dairy purposes, well, cistern, $5,200. Also 9 lots, 4 room house, good water, outbuildings, shade and fruit trees, $1,000. Ind. 22501. FOR SALE room house and 11 Iota. 650. Inquire 432 East 17th. SEE US QUICK About free homesteads in the famous Irri gated San Louis. Valley. No charge for locating. GRAHAM & URAY. 106 W. 7th. Ind. 1297. FOR SALE OR TRADE 7-room house. 5 lots, in Oakland. Plenty of fruit, close to cars and school. Call evenings 26SW Red. FOR SALE Six dwellings, two six room. two five room, two four room dwellings on monthly payment plan. Payments about like rent. TOPEKA INVESTMENT LOAN CO. Phone 1307. .112 East 6th St. FOR 8ALE-4mtroved 640 acres In Texas, including implements, household goods, stock, feed and growing wheat, or ex change for Improved 160 acres. F. A. Fulker. Oketo, Kan. FOR SALE OR TRADE 12 room house. Call 1157 N. Kan. ave.. Ind. 1826-t. For sale, cheap, new five room house, new barn, eighteen lots, five blocks east of Santa Fe shops. For sale at a bargain, ten acres, one mile south of Topeka, good four room house, good bam. For sale, five acres of land, one mile south of Topeka, five room house, good barn. For these bargain see G. II. Elliott, 20 East 4th st. THE TTRTE-I EPWORTH LAND CO KANSAS. Tr.XAS & MEXICO LANDS, TOPEKA. KANSAS. Ind. Phona 7. Bell Phona 3S4. FOR BALE 5 room modern cottage. Ind. phone 21S6 Blue. 1612 Topeka ave. A SNAP. FOR SALE 7 room house in good condition. 2 long lots, good water, gas. taxes $16. $16.50. Apply 413 Cedar. Bell phone 2369. BUY No. TOO Lane from owner: stricly modern, large grounds. Ind 2919 Black. FOR SALE House and 4 lots, with large barn. 108 Winter at-. Auburndale. J Thoma Lumber Co. FOR eTK MISCELLANEOUS. FOR BALE 600 business cards for $1.25; 500 envelopes. $1.26; GOO letter heada. $1.M. See them: first class printing at propor tionate rates. Trapp. 714 Kansas ave. FOR BALE Dry cord wood for fuel. Call 2102 S Ind. FOR SALE Pair of young horses, wt. 2.800; pair good sound work mares in foal. 128 Topeka ave. FOR SALE A good fresh young cow, cheap. Bell 2334. FOR SALE Electric moter. cheap. 1612 Topeka ave. Ind. 2186 Blue. FOR SALE R. C. Rhode Island Red cockerels, pure strain; also eggs for set ting. J. A. Hartzell, R. F. D. No. 6, Box 154, N. Topeka. Kan. Ind. phone 2175 2 R. FOR SALE; One good German heater, , coal, cheap. Bell 2644. FOR SALE Heating stove, good as new; coal or gas. Ind. phone Il4 Black. FOR SALE Young, gentle horse, harness and runabout. Bell phone 1550. BETTER get one of Frazeur's inverted gas heaters to hang to your gas jet to heat that cold rcom. W. G. FRAZEUUR, 300 E. 4th St. -OR SALE 2 n ares and 3 horses, about 1.200 lbs.; 1 sad lie pony. 1218 N. Monroe. FOR SALE Prairie hay by the ton or bailed by load or car load. IL W. Mc Afee. W. 6th. Bell phone 59. FOR SALE Prafrle hay and bound cane. In phone 2358 Ring r. J. N. Edgar. FOR SALE Cord wood. oak. elm and hickory. Bell 254L Ind. 1757. 25 PIANO BOXES. $2.00 to $3.00 each. W. F. ROEHR MUSIC CO- 630 Kan. ave. IXST AVT FOUNT. LOST Dark gray silk lined overcoat on streets at Copeland fire. Fmder please call at Y. M. C. A. for reward. PATETJTS J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, aas av.. Topeka. Kan. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HA YD EN, Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watches, diaa fflondJ. silverware, etc Eyes examined and spectacles pro parly fitted. J.KCAL tFirst published in The Topeka State Journal January 16. 1909.J At a meeting of the city council held January 12, 1909. the f ollowmg resolution was presented and .adopted: "Resolved. That the mayor and council of the citv of Tooeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Buchanan street from the south line of Fifteenth street to the south line of Six teenth street. - be graded, curbed with combined curb and gutter and paved birty t30) feet wide with brick. . "C. E. JORDAN. Chairman." I. C. B. Bure. citv clerk of the city of Topeka, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy f the original resolution now on file in SeaLJ C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. tFirst published In The Topeka Stata Journal January 16, 1MJ-1 At a meeting of the city council held January 12, la., the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved. That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that College avenue, from the south line of Huntoon street to the north line of Fif teenth or Walnut street, be graded, curb ed and paved forty (40) feet wide with vitrified brick on sand foundation. "C. E. JORDAN. Chairman." I. C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. SeaL C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. First published in The Topeka State Journal January 16. 1909.J At a meeting of the city council held January 12, 1S09, the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved. That the mayor and council of the citv of Tooeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Buchanan street, from the south line of WiUiams avenue to the south line of Piercy street in Throop's Fourth addition, as shown by the recorded plat thereof, now Fifteenth street, be graded, curbed and paved thirty 30 feet wide with vitri fied brick on sand foundation. "C. E. JORDAN. -Chairman." I. C. K. Burge. citv clerk of the city of Topeka, do hereby certify that the above and forego.nc; is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. Seal. C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. IFirst published in The Topeka State Journal January 16, lMt). At a meeting of the city council held January 12, 19u0, the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved. That the mayor and council ef the city of Topeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Mulvane street from the south line of Huntoon street to the south line of Thir teenth street in Addition B to College Hill, be graded, curbed and paved thlrty (30) feet wide with vitrified brick on sand foundation. "C. E. JORDAN. Chairman." I. C. B. Burge. city clerk of the city of Topeka. do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office, SeaJL C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. (First published in The Topeka State Journal January 16, 1MI.1 January 12, 19u9, the following resolution .was pmcnicu uu kuvvwu. "Resolved. That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka deem it necessary for the best Interests of said city that Fifteenth street from the west side of Clay street to the east side of Lane street, be graded, curbed with combined curb and gutter and paved thirty (30 feet wide with vitrified brick on sand founda tion. "C. E. JORDAN. Chairman." I. C. B. Burge. citv clerk of the city of Topeka. do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. CSeaU C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. First published in The Topeka State Journal January 16, 1S09.J At a meeting of the city council held January 12. 1909. the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved. That the mayor and council of the citv of Tooeka deem it necessary for the best interests of said city that Eleventh street from the east line of Quincy street to the west line of Monroe street be graded, curbed and paved thirty (30) feet wide with vitrified brick on sand foundation. "C. E. JORDAN. Chairman. I. C. B. Burge, citv clerk of the city of Topeka, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolution now on file in my office. , SeaLl C. B. BURGE, City Clerk. First published In The Topeka State Journal January 16, 1909. J At a meeting of the city council held January 12. 19u9, the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved. That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka deem It necessary for the best interests of said city that Mulvane street from the south line of Thirteenth street in Addition B to Col lege Hill to the north line of Fifteenth street, be graded, curbed and paved thir ty (30) feet wide with vitrified brick on sand foundation. "C. E. JORDAN. Chairman." - I C B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka. Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original resolu tion now on file in my office. Seal.l C. B. BURGE. 1 City Clerk. First published In The Topeka State Journal January 16, 1909.) At a meeting of the city council held January 12, 19, the following resolution was presented and adopted: "Resolved, That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka deem it necessary for the best Interests of said city that Monroe street, from the south line of Twelfth street to the north line of Thir teenth street, be graded, curbed with com bined curb and gutter and paved thirty (30) feet wide with vitrified brick on sand foundation, with sand filler. "C. E. JORDAN, Chairman." I, C. B. Burge, city clerk of the city of Topeka. Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true i and correct copy of the original resolu tion now on iiie m my on ice. SeaLl C. B. BURGE. City Clerk. Published in The Topeka State Journal January IS, 1909.J Council Chamber, Topeka. Kansas. January 15, 19"X. Council met in special session at 7:-10 o'clock p. m. with the following eouncll men present: Councilmen Blakely, Fraser, Horn. Howard. Hughes. Jordan. Kutz, Stanley and Tandy 9. Absent. Council men Lannan, Miller and Van Ness S. Mayor Green In the chair. The call for the meeting was read and is In words and figures as follows, to writ : "Mavor's Office, Topeka, Kansas, Jan uary 14, 1909. To the Members of the City Council: Gentlemen: Yon and each of you are hereby notified that there will be a special meeting of the city council held in the council chamber of said city at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. Friday, January 16th. 1909. for the purpose of receiving and opening bids received for the sale of the electric light bonds. Signed. Wm. Green. Mayor. Attest, C. B. Burge. City Clerk." The mayor appointed Councilmen Tandy. Jordan and Horn as tellers to open the bids received for the bonds. Bids were received from A. B. Leach & Co.. Harris Trust and Savings bank. Farson Son & Co.. Holtz A Co.. E. H. Rollins and Sons. Thos. J. Bolger Co., The American Trust and Savings bank, John Nuveen & Co., all of Chicago. 111. A. G. Edwards & Sons, St. Louis. Mo. Kountze Bros., New York, Lamprecht Bros. & Co.. New York. Spitzer & Co., Toledo, R. W. Morrison A Co.. Kansas City, Lee Monroe. Topeka and The Prudential Trust Co., Topeka. On motion the committee of tellers were granted a recess to consider the bids, and after compiling the several bids the com mittee made the following report: "Tour committee of tellers appointed to open bids received for the $40,000 electric light bonds find that A, B. Leach A Co.. of Chicago. IXL, are the highest bidder a. LEGAL. their bid being $42,260 and accrued in- On motion, the report of the tellers was adopted Councilman Jordan presented the following resolution which was. on motion, adopted: "Resolved. That tha mayor be and he is hereby authorized to sell to A. B. Leach & Co. the forty thou sand dollars electric light bonds." On' motion of Councilman Hughes, the city cerk was directed to telegraph Iach & Co. of the acceptance o their bid by the mayor and council. No further business appearing, on mo tion, council adjourned. lSea.1 1 C. B. BURGE, , " City Clerk. First published in ' The Topeka State Journal Januarv 5, lSusl , NOTICE. J hirfi ,Jlereby 'ven tnat the stock- ASt2nThrVetB,. u'Winir and lan Association of Topeka. Kansas will hnii 5f7aBn Ual m'n in t ""ffice "f ht ha W o clock a. m. on Tuesday, the 26th dav ?ngJaJ1bSIrd10f-0rfaa ot 'ltcK that'mai 'nS ,nsct 1y -other buaineai tnat may properly eome before said meet- ln: JNO. Q, ROYCE. Secretary. T?J IT MAY CONCERN: ' ' f.QU J""1 take notice that my petition r permit to sell intoxicating hquors. M0 Kansas ave.. in the Second ward of Las is nol0.04- Sha.wnte c-untT'Kan! k1' '? n,ow on flle w be office of the pro bate Judge of said county, and that said ftdii0nwU1-.be heard before the probSti Jour? noutuetyhV Tn O. A. NOEL. Applicant. 7. JS.1" take notce that my petition for a permit to sell Intoxicating liauors. accordmg to law. at my dru store at N? Th. ?nsa.Vvev in tne Fourth ward of the city of Topeka. Shawnee county. Kan bat. Li?.0? 7 fi,eJn the ctCic f the pro- ?.Tdii w.11Lbe neard before the probate judge of said county at his office In the laturd"8? the cIty of Toekaon Saturday January 30. 1909. at 10 o'clock . A. H. MARSHALL, Applicant. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: wiI take notice that my petition lecoKf', to mtox.cating liquori 619 T i&",k t law- ny drug store at No! w U . vKa n saj avenue, in the First Jon.0' Jhe c,t of Topeka. Shawnee or?. ir,ansas'. 18 now on e in the SniTfi.0f. thf nrobate ludee of said county, fhf l"?id.pt,t,on wi" be beard before rS?? ? .? J"de of Faid county at hi TofLjn h. ctlirt hou'e In the city ot Topeka. on Tuesday. January 19. ijr9 at 10 o clock a. m. A. II. heroU. Applicant. MISCELLANEOUS. ONE more we'ek'ConkTvLyi,,.; TonlCis Offered few f ... u .. . , . . Uet your hens laying, cio v. 6tli. IF YOU HAD one of Frazeur's inverted "ur Dam room it wouldn t nave frozen tip. W. G. FRAZEUUR. 300 E. th St. vnvrv MONEY TO LOAN, direct to the appli cant, on farms or inside city property by the Knights and Ladies of Security ror particulars lnuuire of W. B Kirk patrick. national president, 701 Kanaaa ave. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, per sonal security, household goods, typewrit era. W. E. Seguine. 413 K. A. Both phones. BETZER REALTY AND LOAN CO. . Make f.-y-m and citv loans In any amount from $5. un. at lowest rates and on the most favorable terms. Office. Room 2. Columbian Bldg. MONEY to loan on personal property, payment $1.25 week will pay off loan t& In 25 weeks.. O. H. Flinthara. aotary pub lic 906 E. 4th at. Either phona (77. MONET to loan on live stock, planoa. or gans, typewriters, household tnrdi and twniil rtv T, Biwn. Kr? Wan PfTXTCT.'"r 4fT crRCFO'M DR. E. L. CARHART. M. D.. physician and surgeon: diseases of women and children. Office, room 7. over Snow's drug store. IDA C BARNES. M. D. Office T!T, Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours- 9 a. m. t 11 a. m. and 1 p. ra. to E p. m. Bath phones II residence and Ind 1S1C office. DR H. H. KEITH, surgeon and dlseaaaa of women, with private hospital Office FOR np-to-date gunsmiths and clcctrlclane a ri . B. Howard. TIO Kan. ave Tal b-'X nrrrnr ithmixo. FRAMING, regilding. mat making, mount ing done by J. D. Sullivan. 112 W. Eighty street. Parking, shipping SAFES. SAFES exchanged, bought, sold or re paired. 611 Quincy The Merchants' Safe Exchange Co. Phona 2567 Blue. I long distance 1 farmer aafe. $16: a jewel er's af. QUINCY STREET FREE DISPENSARY. $21 Quincy at Conducted by regular practicing physlclana and surgeons. Med- leal aervice free. Medicine free In soma cases. Office hours 2 to I p. m. Cnlle nivr .! cit . v In phone lff7 STEAMSHIP- TICKETS. TO AND FROM all parts of the world; lowest rates: beat lines. Full informa tion. T. L. King. Agt.. Santa Fe. Topeka. MERCHANTS TRANSFER ok STORAOB Co. packa. ahips and atorea bouaaooid goods. Tel 186. Clarence 8kintver. CU Qulncv at- FRESH cut flowers for all occasions te be found at Hayes' flower store, li7 W. 8th Ind. phone $77. FATTJTO. tf-A PITAI. 1'ITK VITKIKIKL BKICK PA VINO CO.. 214 E. th St. Mfga. of buildlna. paving and aldawalk brick. FOIl EXCHANGE. WANTED To exchanre rood residence or income propertv In shoo district for Im proved tract close to car line. Address "Suburban." care State Journal. jCABjOnDEKS FOR CAB ORDERS call Starr y. Ind. 296. $24 West 10th. ficrrnv TTt. Dr. Nellie Sawyer. Ind. phone ISO. 1J K. A.. Crawford Bldg. Elevator aervtee M. C. FUNK. gen. contractoi. baa an office at 521 Kan. ave. Estimates cheer-. fv"T given. Ini. phone 1F.i Bell 1330 L. M. PENWLLU funeral director an emblmer. First cl;is service, reason able prices, 511 Quincy at. Botb pbonea U I Vi