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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, " MARCH '
WAMf AMP mSCEILANSOPS AD3 Same to E. P. Harris, Sr lot 3S3 and 21 and 85 Harmon st . . - Hrlsham add ? ftr Par Co.. 108 E. loth, ufnnngS waYch, and fob. Beward. J 1 1 ,i. phone -S02 H-ea wigT-Pair ladies' dark kid gloves In Uiimrhim. Call Ind. 1932-Ring 3. r r,T - WHITE FRENCH POODLE, hln'k eyes and nose; deaf. Return to ciay street, or call 2638 Red, Ind. Re wnr'l. ,ot Monday evening string of corals between loth and Polk and Novelty the al..r Call 2731 Bell phone and claim reward lost Storm curtain for baby cab near Sixth and avenue Sunday. Call Ind. Ind. 0323 Blue. WANTED Position as bookkeeper; ex. ptrienced; references given. Address B. K.. care Journal. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED Good organizers to promote the leading social, fraternal and bene ficiary order of the day. Small capital required. Men that do things and get results can make good money and find 1.,-rmanent employment in the most pleas ant work, organizing for the Loyal Order of Moose the lodge that does things and dues them right, and which is making rapid progress across the continent, thus p luwing us auapiauiiiij iw ." ... creasing aemanaa ui men nv, ' x , ing for the best in life. Benefits; $7.00 ii-r week in sicKness or miucus meaicai auemiuu ui iucihuwo Jjxi.oo at death, and social feature unex- ...1! 1 F.tUaf tnfnrmatinn Write. r vt luiiin-i ...-....- . - Supreme Organizer James J. Davis, K Bakewell Bkig., Pittsburg, Pa., or H- V. L'urtis. National Organizer, 632 Kansas Avenue. xopeKa, ivaiiaaa. LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU- TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. SOOl GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPEN. Write for list. Franklin Institute, Dept. 11KI. Rochester. N. Y. MEN WANTED Age 1&-33, for firemen $100 monthly, and brakemen on near iiu- raiimats. Kvnerience unnecessary; no strike. Positions guaranteed competent men. Promotion. Railroad employing headquarters. Over 400 men sent to posi tions montniy. biaie age, bcuu ota.,,,. Hallway Association, care State Journal. WANTED The Chama Valley Land and Irrigation company wants a few good men to sell 10 acres irrigation iracia. Moore Bros.. 701 Jackson. WANTED 30 men. Report stage door, Grand opera house, 9 a. m. tomorrow. MEN WANTED Age IS to 35. for firemen, $100 monthly, and brakemen $30 on hear ty railroads. Experience unnecessary: r.o strike; positions guaranteed competent men. Prompt promotion. Railroad em ploying headquarters over 4uQ men sent to positions monthly. State age; send stamp. Railway Association, care State Journal. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WANTED Send postal for Topeka examination schedule. Franklin Institute, Dept. 116D, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED Boy with wheel, 16 years, at Vogel's. 820 Kansas ave. WANTED 500 men and boys dally to get free Bhavea and hair cuts at Schwarze Barber College, Ul East 6th. In the shop, shave 5c. hair cut 10c. GOOD DRESSERS to have their clothes preesed at the Enterprise Cleaning Co., 834 Kansas ave. Phones 173. WANTED riZM I.E HELP. WANTED Young lady stenographer and cashier. Address in own hand writing with references "Wales," State Journal. WANTED A good collar and cuff starch er. The Mutual Laundry Co., 3rd and Qulncy. WANTED Dining room girl. Fifth Ave nue hotel. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To buy bicycle with coaster brake; also lamp; must be in good con dition and cheap for cash. Address Bi cycle, care State Journal. SEWING of any kind called for and de livered, guaranteed to fit, reasonable price. Mrs. Mauch. 710 Chestnut.Ind.l239Blk WE PAY the highest cash price for cast off clothing, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop a Card or call Gordon Bros." loan office, 4Q0 Kansas ave. Ind, 1079. WANTED To buy old carpets. Mc- Cormlck-Qsborn, rug factory. 62 V.fauren. WANTED Veal calves, fat cattle, pout try. H. M. Bush. Ind. 1865. Bel' 4SS. AVE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE for second-hand clothes, shoes, hats and overcoats. Drop a card or call Ind. phone 1S3S. Abe Jacobson, 500 Kansas ave. WANTED One car of unmixed yellow corn at 44c per bushel.AddressCornJournal WANTED TO BUY second hand household goods and stoves cf nil kinds. Top cash price. ECONOMY FURNITURE CO. Ind. Phone 1267. 820 Kansas Ave. WANTED 1 or 2 small 230 Volt electric motors, or 1 H. P. each. Call Ind. phone 99. JMONET , XT TT V (n Innn rt n !,., . i u - ...... ' ,-- run ihkuus, or gans, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. 523 Kan, ave, $600,000 TO LOAN on real estate. Betzer Realty and Loan Co., rear Merchants' National Bank, New England, building. MONEY TO LOAN on personal property and collateral security, on easy terms. f, H- Flintham. 906 E. 4th t PROMPT Realty Loans. Ella N. Peacock, Central Nafl Bk. Bldg. Ind 556 and 1931. Office 726 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours 8 . m. to U a. 01. and p. m. to p. m. Both phones 18, residence and Ind.. 1316 offlc-. DR. LYDIA A. MTJMA. 1106 E. 6th cur""'" ujarwapa specialty, ind. 1762. L. M. PENWELL. funeral director and emDaimer. iirst class service, reasoo Sbie prices. 511 Quincy st. Both phones 182. Both Phones 287. Day and Night. HAWLEY & STEELE. Funeral directors snd embalmers, 118 East tth ave. Mrs. Robt. Steele, assistant. I FOR RENT 4 furnished rooms and bath, downstairs. 225 Buchanan St. CHOICE BOARD In private family, with or without rooms, inquire wt west iuin ave. Bell 609, Ind. 2768 Blue. FOR RENT Modern furnished room to . gentlemen. 214 Tyler st. FOR RENT Modern furnished room, 1330 Kansas ave. , FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms, 820 Monroe. Ind. Z7a4 ttiacK. FOR RENT One large up-to-date fur nished room. 625 Harrison st. FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeeping rooms, downstairs, n. ioo u. nn. FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished or unfur nished, 1011 W. 6th. NICELY furnished rooms, heat, light and bath, at 612 Qulncy. DOWNSTAIR room for ladles in private family; will give meals. Ind. 1891 Red. FOR RENT Modern furnishe- rooms for gentleman. 826 Madison. Ind. 956 Ring 2, FOR RENT HOCSES. FOR EEHT 7 room house and 6 lots, right on car line, 21st st, near Highland Park. Just the place lo raise ciuctvcua u-uu gorucii. Call 1S3 Ind. 718 Kansas ave. FOR RENT 6 room house, 819 Jefferson st. . FOR RENT 3 room house, good barn, 464 Forest ave., $10 per month. Inquire of McNamee Realty Co., 225 New England Buldg. HKKWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU-T-TTRF, HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. NICE modern 6 room cottage, good loca tion. rent $25. J. F. Griffin, 701 Jackson. FOR RENT 917 Clay St., 6 rooms, all modern, $26 per month- Inquire H. Ma.- ferran.,, Phoneg 526. FOR RENT Eight room house, gas city water, cistern, on car line. Ind. phone 2292 Black. FOR RENT 112S Polk 7 room house, gas, bath, barn. Phones 16, LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. FOR RENT 6 room house at 612 Jackson st. for $1S month. The W. M Crosby Co. FOTt RENT FLATS. SECOND STORY flat. 1244 Polk St., for two or three people, modern, $18 per month. Ind. phone 1S49 White. FOR RENT 6 room modern flat, corner, $22. 829 Huntoon. Dr. Harding, 710 Kan sas ave. FOR SALE sasCELLAKTEOtTS. FOR SALE Household furniture, 5 gas stoves, carpet3, 3 ferns. 915 W. 12th. FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow, calf by Bide. 600 Tyler st FOR SALE One runabout, single har ness and lady's cross saddle. W. S. O'Brien. . 1104 Kansas ave. FOR SALE 5 young sound farm horses; also stylish driving horse. 128 Topeka ave. FOR SALE Moon Bros." pheaton, fine shape; 1 good set of harness. Rehkops. West 6th. ' FOR SALE Black walnut fence posts, cheap, Ind. 2140 Refl. LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. PRINTING 600 letter heads $1.50. 500 en velopes $1.25; 600 statements $1.25. 50 cards $1.26, briefs 50c a page. The Queen Printing Co.. 113 E. 8th. Topeka. Kan. FOR SALE AT A BJLSCOHMl Do you want to study a course with hp TnipmoHrtMal Pni..n.-...,J . . . . , i . ..'.-- ..uiicajJviiucilLC ouuuui I I have a credit which entitles me to any uuurBB cms institution nas wnicn 1 ob tained in exchange for advertising. I ii-vo a course already tnat 1 am studying mvealf II .1 t hu.nfnrn Aan ... . . . .1 . 1 J ...... ...Vl..l... Illll CL.UU11I1CI1U lilt, I. C. S. sincerely for I have been greatly 1 1 ... 11 u y uidu uaiiuug, vv . 1 . CttTH Journal. 1216 CLAY, all kinds of household goods, cheap; gas stoves, etc. SPECIAL PRICES ON BABY CHICKS, oenvereq. ina. jv&y 4. FOR SALE OR TRADE A small grocery and confectionary store for vacant lots in city. Address T. and F., care Journal. FOR SALE A folding bed, cheap. 416 Quincy st. FOR SALE Alfalfa hay, extra nice. Riverside Stock Farm or Ind. RS89 White. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT Small store building, corner 5th and Jackson sts. T. F. Lannan. FOR RENT Good farm. Albert Tomson, llSS Ij&ne St. Phone 2607 Red. FOR RENT One office room, first floor, Smith Building. 835 Kansas ave. worn. HEHT 40 acre farm 8 miles west. E. W. Hodges & Co., 800 Kansas ave. Ind. 1390. FOR RENT 60 acres or land with two sets of improvements, 2 miles east of Topeka. P. C. Croco, Bell 3962, party 1. FOR RENT Nice modern store room; good location. 402 Kansas ave. Inauire Gordon Brothers. BUSINESS CHANCES. FOR SALE General store doing good business, located near Topeka, In one of the best farming districts in Kansas. Stock will Invoice about $4.5(X. Poor health only reason for selling. Address "Store," care State Journal. FOR SALE A nice clean stock of general merchandise, $8,500, doing $3,600 a month. Might take small amount trade. Address Box 116, Caney, Kansas. OWN a business. Be INDEPENDENT. Earn $25 to $100 a week. No CAPITL required; only our system. Write today for SUCCESS booklet. Victor Collection Institute. Columbus. Ohio. PATTNCJ CAPITAI, CITY VITRIFIED BRICK ft PAVING CO.. -14 E. 6th st. Mfgs. of building, paving and sidewalk brick. PHOTOGRAPHERS. WEHE'S pictures please. Too get your money's worth, then some. Try him. POCXTIiY PURE BARRED ROCK eggs for setting. ueu 331.:, party d. LOCKSMITTL Have your keys made and lock repaired by F. A. Bauman. US Kan. ave. sell SIM. PICTURE FRAMING. FRAMING, regilding, mat making, mount ing done by J. D. Sullivan. 122 W. Eights street. Packing, shipping, etc. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. HS A MEAL 1AE AND MIDST IE SOLD BY MAEC! 1ST A GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE, CISTERN AND ' OUTBUILDINGS, WITH SIX FINE LOTS, WITHIN 150 FEET OF GAGE'S PARK ON 8TH STREET. HERE IS A CHANCE TO MAKE SOME MON EY. EOUILDEEB' IND. PHONE 1121, PFFICE WHY PNaT 0 1EE THE! 7 room and bath, strictly modern house on the corner of 14th and Harrison; also 6 room and. bath, modern, on the rear of the lot; these properties are rent ing for $35.00 and $25.00 per month; - are on a lot and a half and will pay 10 per cent on the Investment. Price $6,000!oo. . L McNMSI ROOM 225 NEW AS FEECEP AT This is what many people are looking for; a good house on one and one-half lots with most all of the advantages of a housa located on two or three; this house has over a hundred feet exposure to the south, beautiful view from the front and an elegant sleeping porch all the way across the rear It has 7 rooms, large, den and reception hall, bay window in the dining room, oak finish and floors below, full sized basement; in fact everything is so neat and good It is hard to find any objection to It; this Is one of the choice locations on College Hill and we are offering it now for $4,660.00. "'; WILSON 4 NEISWAMSEM - ' Phone 948. See this nice building site on Tyler street, 40 foot front, near car-, all conveniences can be had, high location. Only $1,050. S1AWMEE AGENCY' PHONES 505. 634 KAN. AVE. 6 room house on Harrison St.. practically new , strictly modern, steam heat. Price, $4,500. One of the best properties 1 n the city for the money. Also good 4 room cottage. 2 east f ron t lots, on Van Buren st. ' Price only .$1,850. THE AGEKCYg 106 West Fifth Street.. EEOBART ML" CA&LE. $37S PHANO: WOE. SALE CEflEAP FOE CASH Beautiful plain mahogany case and splendid soft tone. " . . ' This piano was especially made and only two months' old from, factory. Leav ing for California last of thrSweek. Must be sold quickly. Call .at, Kemper Flats No. 4. HEW New 5 rooms, modern, hall and bath, pantry, never occupied, combination fur nace, ast front, walking distance. West side, $2,600, $500 dowm balance easy. Gar linghouse Realty Co.. 608 Kansas ave. 8EIEIE 2T ES0' " 600 acre sheep or cattle ranch in the "Pecos River Valley.'1 New Mexico; ever lasting water, abundance of good grass, 15 miles from "Roswell," 3 miles from R. ft. and shipping station, all bottom land, 0 ft to water, a fruit farm and alfalfa; proposition- Price $5.00 per acre. Some t"h. EVANS. OOP Kan, Ave.. Topeka, Kan FOR QUICK SALE. 6 rooms, modern home, V& blocks west ot state capitol, only $3,600. $600 ftdw, bal ance easy monthly payments. OLINGER & EATON. Ind. 403, Bell 1620. 623 Kansas Ave. 1 ACMES at For sale, 1V4 miles northwest of reform school, all "branch bottom," good gar den land, 4 room cottage, horse stable, cow stable, hen house, good well, fenced. Price $1,400. Terms $150 cash down, bal ance in monthly payments. . T. H. EVANS, 600 Kan. Ave., Topeka, Kan Ind. Phone 1390. . TiffiE A LOO! at this 6 room strictly modern house with barn, 1H lots, well located on Clay s-.; a good buy for a home or investment at $2,650.00. WE HAVE SEVERAL NEW HOUSES AND COTTAGES THAT SELL FOR SMALL PAYMENTS DOWN, BALANCE LIKE RENT. LET US TELL YOU ABOUT THEM. . OTHOETT LAMP CO. 109 W. 6th. Ind. Phone 1644. GOING SOUTH? Investigate our lands in Southern' Louis, ana. Crop failures unknown; raise any thing. Two or three crops a year. Ideal climate. Price for short time $30 per acre. R. P. SHELDON. Topeka. Kan. Ind. 1616-. FOR SALE Quick, e room house, bath room, sleeping porch, cellar, cistern and city water in house, gas. barn, 1223 Tyler st., by N. E. Keller. LAKEWOOD PARK HAS A BRIGHT FU TURE. HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS. CHOICE 60 acres, 24 miles north city, central graveled road. Sell In 20 acre tracts if wanted. A bargain. No trade. Ind. 2180 ring L. FOR SALE-For few days only, desir able poultry outfit, nicely located and doing business, easy reach of street cars, $3,100. SMITH AGENCY, 523 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE $300, six fine corner lots, fenced, fruit, shade. Ind. 2993 Red. FOR SALE S room house, gas for heat and light, good well and outbuildings; small payment down, balance terms. - In quire C. M. Walter. 212 W. 7th st. FOR SALE OR TRADE Will exchange a smalt tract near a. good town. - good house, good schools, telephone, F. D. mail, for residence property or some Vacant lots and cash. A fine chance for the right man. Address 500, care State Journal FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. USIE INVESTMENT 0. GROUND FLOOR COLUMBIAN BLDG. )TATE &" ltNV. , ENGLAND BLDG. Ill West 6th St. IBOY T30I1S Choice 3 acre tract near Washburn col lege, fine Improvements, good soil, high location, 2 cisterns and well, fruit, fenced with chicken wire, $1.50 will handle this, balance by the month.: SHAW1EE AGENCY PHONES 505. 634 KAN. AVE. EL - Eoth;honeS''SW. J I OK EXCHAVGE. "TO EXCHANGE. 160 acres in Rawlins county. Smorothe as a floor, unimproved to trade for To peka property. Price $3,500. - McNAMEB REAL. ESTATE & INV. CO Room 225 New England Bldg. ' ' TRADE Oklahoma, Washita Co.; small improvement, 65 under plow, $5,000; take Topeka -city, suburb or suburb in some ?t-hr sm?u town.. W. M. Forbes & Co., 107 W. ,th. , Two lots on paved street, southwest, S room cottage, modern except furnace, good barn, everything good repair, fine neighborhood, car close, price $3,500; trade for modern 7 or 8 room house closer' ta business nd pay cash difference. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W 6th - Ind. 228.. - . Bell 1362. OOLANTrLtJAftn TABLESw FSH SALE New and second-hand Ml' liard and pool tables and bowling alleys. We lead the world in cheap bar fix tures; easy payments. Send for catalogue. Brunswiek-Balke-Collender Co.. I32V3J Main street. Kansas City. Mo. DRESSMAKIXG. KOON'S drafting, designing, cutting, Sew- ,ns oressmaKing scnool, so Kan eaa ave. Transfer Co.. Skinner & Gayhart. Phone ns about storage- packing or freight. IN Published in The Topeka State Journal March' 1, 191LJ OFFICIAL CITY. COMMISSION PP.O- CEEDINGS. Commission Chamber, Topeka, Kansas, February as, 1911. The city commission met In special adjourned session at 2-00 o clock p. m.. with the following commis sioners presents Commissioners Bone, Hohnan, Miller and Tandy 4. Mavor Billard in the chair. ' The appraisers' report for the paving of the following for" the year 1911, was presented- and read: " Crane Street, Kansas Avenue to Qulncy Street. Crane Street, Qulncy. Street to Monroe Street. First Avenue, Kansas Avenue to jack son Street. Lime Street, Sixth Avenue to Seventh Street. Lime Street, Seventh Street to Eighth Avenue. Chandler Street, Sixth- Avenue to Sev enth Street. Chandler Street, . Seventh Street to E-ignun Avenue. Branner Street, Sixth Avenue to" Sev enth Street. Branner Street, Seventh Street to Eighth Avenue. Twelfth Street, Harrison Street to To peka Avenue. Thirteenth Street,' Van Bureh Street to Harrison Street. O s -: Fourteenth- Street,- Harrison Street to Topeka Avenue. Fourteenth Street, Topeka Avenue to Trier Street. Douthitt Avenue, Kansas Avenue to Van Bureh Street. Douthitt Avenue, Van Buren Street to Harrison Street. Douthitt Avenue, Harrison Street to To peka Avenue. Alley between Harrison Street? Topeka Avenue, fcifimn Avenue ana riimn street. Alley Detween jueTentn, uuntoon, jack- son ahd Van Buren Streets. Alley between Huntoon, Thirteenth, Van Buren and Harrison Streets. The above report was adopted by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Bone, HOlman, Miller and Tandy and Mayor Billard 5. The appraisers' report for the paving of the following for the year 1911, was presented and read: Pollt Street, Second Street to Third Street. Polk Street, Third Street ta Fourth Street. Western Avenue, Douthitt Street to Six teenth Street. Western Avenue. Douthitt ' Avenue to Huntington Avenue. . , Buchanan Street, Tenth Avenue to Eleventh Street. - Buchanan Street, Eleventh Street to King Street. Lane Street, Fifth Street to Sixth Ave nue. Lincoln Street, Huntoon Street to Thir teenth Street. College Avenue, Munson Avenue to Twelfth Street. College Avenue, Twelfth Street to Hun toon Street. Fifth Street, Topeka Avenue to Tyler Street. Fifth Street, Tyler Street to Polk Street. Fifth Street, Polk Street to Taylor Street. Fifth Street, Taylor Street to Western Avenue. Fifth Street, Western Avenue to Fill more 8treet. Fifth Street, Fillmore Street to Clay Street. Seventh street, Western Avenue td Fill more Street. - :--. Douthitt Avenue, Polk Street t6 Western Avenue- . . Alley between ToDeka Avenue. Tvler. Huntoon and Thirteenth Streets. Alley between Topeka Avenue. Tyler Street, Seventh Street and Eighth Ave nue. Third Street Western Avenue to Fill more Street. Third Street, Fillmore Street to Clay Street ' ' . The above report was adopted by the following -vote: Ayesr Commissioners Bone, Holman, Miller and Tandy and Mayor Billard 6. The appraisers' report for the paving, curbing and grading of the following for the year 1911, was presented and read: Grading, paving and curbing: Polk Street, Eighth Avenue to Ninth Street.. Polk Street, Ninth Street to Tenth Avenue. Garfield Avenue, Tenth Avenu . to Eleventh Street Garfield Avenue, .Eleventh Street to Munson Avenue. Garfield Avenue, Munson Avenue to Twelfth Street. Garfield Avenue, Twelfth Street to Hun toon Street. ' ' " ,- Garfield - Avenue; Huntoon Street to Thirteenth Street,. . Mulvane Street, Munson Avenue to Twelfth Street. - " - " Mulvane Street, Twelfth Street to Hun toon Street. Mulvane Street, Fifteenth Street to Six teenth Street. Mulvane Street Sixteenth Street to Sev enteenth Street. King1 Street, Fillmore Street .to Clay Huntoon Street Mulvane Street to Col lege Avenue. Thirteenth Street, Mulvane Street to College Avenue. , Sixteenth Street. College Avenue to Boswfll Street. Grading, curbing and guttering: East side of Topeka Avenue, Seven teenth Street to Eighteenth Street. Boswell Avenue, Munson Avenue to Twelfth Street. Boswell Avenue, Twelfth Street to Hun toon Street. Jewell Avenue, Twelfth Street to Hun toon Street. Woodward Avenue, Twelfth Street to Huntoon Street. Grand Avenue, Twelfth Street to Hun toon Street. ' . . ' Huntoon Street; College Avenue to Bos well Street. - - t Huntoon Street), Boswell Street to Jew ell Avenue., . . - Huntoon BtreeV.11.1.?"118!8?? Huntoon Street' Woodward Avenue to Grand on the north, or Piass to Mc Viear on the south, r- ' - . , , Huntoon Street, Grand Avenue to Wash bum Avenue.,, -. . ... The above report was adopted by the following vote: ,'Ayes, Cothmissfoners Bone, Holman, Miller and Tandy and Mayor Billard 6. No further business appearing, on mo tion of Commissioner.. Tandy, commis- S'lSealdfUrned' ' C- B. SURGE. -leai.j - . ,. . . City Clerk. TFirst Published In The Topeka State ,- - Journal, March 1, 1911. City Clerk's Notice of Primary Election to be held In the City of Topeka, Shaw nee County, Kansas.- Office of City Cierk, Topeka, Kansas, FNoceyis27her3eby given that a' Primary Election will be held an the 37th day of March 1911. being the second Monday preceding the General City Election of April 1911, at which time candidates of the various political parties of said city will be nominated, according to the pro-, visions of law, for the following offices. t0 Wlt: REPUBLICAN. MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD FIRST WARD. S R Kuta, 1018 No. Kansas Avenue. -Ferdinand Voiland, " 905 No. Van Buren MEMBER " 6F ' SCHOOL BO ARD SEC - (jjjj WARD. p W Griggs, 504 East Eighth Street, Geo. H. Smith, Sl Qulncy Street. MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD THIRD WARD. Mrs C J. Evans, 1318 Buchanan Street L. M. Jones, 1217 Fillmore Street. L, A. Ryder, 834 Quincy Street. -MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD FOURTH WARD. - J F. Haskell, 433 Lincoln Street. MEMBER OF SCHOOL . BOARD FIFTH - WARD. , D B. Simpson, 1521 Topeka Avenue. MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD SIXTH WARD. S A. Swendson, 1415 West Tenth Street. C B. Van Horn, 1215 Muivane Street. CITY PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN. FIFTH WARD FIRST PRECINCT. Christian W. Cell, 1517 West Street. Votes of qualified electors of said City will be received in the following locations in each precinct of said City as follows, POLLiNG PLACES PRIMARY ELEC TION, MARCH 27, 1911. First Precinct First Ward 818 North Kansas Avenue. . . , Second Precinct, First Ward 811 North Kansas Avenue. Third Precinct, First Ward 1006 North Kansas Avenue. Fourth Precinct, First Ward -1336 North Kansas Avenue. - First Precinct, Second Ward 233 Jeffer son Street. Second Precinct, Second Ward 401 Mad ison Street. . Third Precinct, Second Ward S12 East Fourth Street. - . Fourth Precinct Second Ward 1109 East Sixth Avenue. - Fifth .Precinct, Second Ward Audi torium. , Sixth Precinct Second Ward 1602 Se ard Avenue. First Precinct Third Ward 911 Kansas Avenue. - ' Second Precinct, Third Ward 507 West j.enth Avenue. Third Precinct Third Ward 6ia West Twelfth Street. . . Fourth Precinct Third Ward 119814 Lincoln Street. First Precinct, Fourth Ward 208 West Seventh Street. T Secona Precinct, Fourth Ward 1th and Jackson Streets Provident Ass' a. - Third Precinct, Fourth .Ward 500 Polk Street, Residence. Fourth Precinct Fourth Ward 1021 West Sixth Avenue. First Precinct Fifth Ward 1703 Bu chanan Street. ; Second Precinct, Fifth Ward 1725 Kan sas Avenue. 1 ' " Third Precinct, Fifth Ward 615 , East Tenth Avenue. First Precinct Sixth Ward 338 Wood lawn, Avenue, Allen's Carpenter Shop. Second Precinct, Sixth Ward 1809 West Tenth Avenue. THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 6 o'clock A. M. UNTIL 7 O'CLOCK P. M. IN THE CITY OF TOPEKA, KANSAS. C. B. BURGE, City Clerk, Topeka, Kansas. JLEGAT tPubllshed in The Topeka State. Journal March 1 1911. . . . HOUSE BILL No. 56. AN ACT relating to district courts In counties having or hereafter acquiring a population of not less than sixty thou sand and not more than one hundred thousand, and providing for the appoint ment of judges and officers thereof. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That in all. counties . of this State which now contain or may hereafter acquire ' a .-population , of not less , than sixty thousand, nor more than One hun dred thousand according to .United States Census each division of the District Court of such counties shall consist of two divisions to be known as Division ' No.. L and Division Ne. 2. 1 Sec. 2. Upon the taking effect Of this act, the duly elected and presiding Judge of the District Court , of each , county which conies within the provision hereof, shall be Judge of the 1st Division of the District Court for the remainder of his regular term of office, and the Governor shall appoint a Judge for the 2nd Division Of the District Court hereby created, who shall hold his office until the next general election in November, 1912, and until his successor is elected and qualified, and thereafter the term of office and salaries of such Judges shall be the same, as now Brovided by law for the Judges of the 'istrict Courts of this State in counties with a population of less than one hun dred thousand; provided, however, that no member of the Legislature shall be eligible to appointment to any such judge ship during the term for which he was elected. Sec. 8. In case of sickness or absence Or disqualification of the Judge of either Division, the Judge of the other Division may hold Court in place of such absent or disqualified. Judge, and do and per form any acts or duties pertaining to such Division. . - Sec. 4. All powers of appointment not hierein provided for, which are delegated by law to the Judge of the District Court, shall be exercised by the Judge of the first division thereof . provided; however, that in all cases pending, and In proceedings before any division ornhe Judge thereof, thei appointment of appraisers, receivers, referees and - other appointments with reference to such cases or proceedings, shall be made by the Judge of such Division. Sec. 6. The Judgment, decrees and or ders of said Courts may be enforced by any Judge thereof, providing that pro ceedings in indirect contempt shall be had before the Judge of the Division of said Court, in which the judgment, decree or order sought to be enforced, was rendered. Sec 6. Canges of venue for causes and upon grounds provided by law, may be taken from one division to another. Cases may be assigned or transferred for hear ing or trial from one division to another by order of the Judges. For the purpose of facilitating and equalising the business of suoh divisions, the Judges may transfer to the new division created,-such number of eases now pending or hereafter filed, as they may deem proper. Sec. 7. The Judges shall, as occasion requires, assign all cases for trial in the general divisions, prescribe uniform rules of practloe, the direction of business and the hearing of motions not inconsistent with the code of civil procedure; provided, that -said Judges shall arrange the criminal cases on the docket so that the first term after the taking effect of this act all criminal cases shall be tried in Division No. 1, and thereafter the said criminal docket shall be tried by the courts al ternately. See. 8. The Judge of each division Is authorized to appoint for his division, a stenographer in the manner now provided for District Courts, who shall have the same qualifications as is now provided for by law, and shall receive a salary of $1,200.00 per annum, payable monthly by the State, and $600.00 per annum, payable monthly by the county, and such fees for making an transcripts as are now pro vided by law, and in addition to his duties as Court Stenographer, such stenographer shall also perform, without extra com- Sensation, the duties of a docket clerk as ereinafter provided. Sec. 9. In all counties having a Dis trict JCourt-uf. two Divisions,. as . herein provided, the Court Stenographer for each Division shall be appointed, by the Judge of such Division, the Deputy Clerk of the District Court, who shall, under the di rection of the lerit of the district court perform the- duties of the docket clerk of such division, and who shall take the oath and give such reasonable bond as may be required by the clerk of the dis trict court. Sec. 10. The judge of each division of the District Court as herein provided, shall appoint, for his division, a bailiff of said court, and who is hereby author ized to perform all acts Imposed by law upon -bailiffs and deputy sheriffs, and when not attending on court, shall assist the sheriff in the discharge of the gen eral duties of his office and shall receive a salary of $900 per annum payable month ly by the County. Sec. 11 All the laws of this State rela tive to the selection and drawing of jurors in counties' with a population of less than one hundred thousand, shall apply to counties where two -divisions of the Dis trict Court are hereby created; and to each division thereof: provided, however, that the Judge of each division may order the County Clerk to draw such additional number of jurors at the time the regular petit Jurv Is drawn, as such Judge shall deem necessary for the dispatch' of busi ness in his Division, not exceeding thirty six in number. , And all jurors drawn shall be competent to serve in either or such divisions of the District Court as required bv the judges thereof. Sec. 12. The Board of County Commis sioners of each county to which this act may apply, shall as soon as practicable after the taking effect thereof, and the appointment of judges as herein provided, provide a suitable place for the holding of court for each of the Divisions, as near as practicable to the office of the Clerk of the District Court of said county, and shall procure and furnish for each division, not already supplied therewith), a complete set of Supreme Court Reports of the State, and a General Statute and Session Laws which have been published, to be rurnished by the State without ex pense; and the State Bhall thereafter fur bish each Division with ft copy of all re ports, . Session Laws, General Statutes which may be published from time to time. And the Board of County Commis sioners shall furnish each division not al readv supplied therewith, all necessary books of record, blanks and stationery for the use of said Court, on the requisi tion nf the .Tilde thereof. Sec 13. All acts and parts of acts con cerning District Courts and relating to the Judges and Officers thereof, and their jurisdiction, procedure, power and dutes. In so far as the same are not in conflict with the provision of this act, shall be applicable to each division of the District Court and the Judges and Officers there of in counties where two divisions of the District Court are hereby created, and all acts and parts of acts in conflict here with are nereDy repeaiea. ro 1 That in addition to other pro visions for fees and salaries for such office by law now existing and in force the clerk of said district court shall -be allowed and is hereby authorized to apply to the payment of salaries of his neces sary deputies and assistants the excess fees If any there- be, earned and collected bv said officer not exceeding $1,000. Sec 15. xnis act snail eneci. .uu be In force from and after Its passage and publication In the official state paper. I hereby certify that the above bill orig inated in the House, and passed that body January 24, 1911. . G. H. BUCKMAN Speaker of the House. EARL AKERS ' Chief Clerk of the House. Passed the Senate February 17, 1911. . - RICHARD J. HOPKINS President of the Senate. . WALTER A. JOHNSON Secretary of the Senate. Approved February 2S, 1911. W. R. STUBBS Governor. - State of Kansas. Office of the Secretary of State. I, Chas. H. Sessions, Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file In my office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed -my name Seal and affixed my official seal, this 28th day of February, 1911. . CHAS. H. SESSIONa ; . - . : Secretary, of State. , rFirst published in The Topeka State Journal February 8, 1911. NOTICE OF BANKRUPT SALE. In re Smith Automobile Company, Bank rupt No. 1372. By virtue of an order of JLEOAJL court made January 31 1911, the property and effects of the above named bankrupt will be offered at publlo sale, free and f'ear of all encumbrance, at the office of iJlt Company, in Topeka, Kansas, an the 14th day of March, 19U, at 10 o'clock a. m. The property shalr be first offered in fta entirety as a going concern, including ail assets of every description, and If no per son shall bid an amount equal to or ex ceeding the upset price fixed by the court the property shall be offered in depart iJlfi1 ?as S11? be Indicated by the trustee and the highest and best- offer for the JL .l6, v?nJ 1 tot anv department may be accepted and the sale thereof approved oVi same may be refused. This sale is subject to the privilege of selling the en tire plant or cars wholly or partly com pleted or parts of cars or repairs therefor at private sale prior to said date, subject to the approval of the court. 1 T XC'IJ tJiiAKK, Trustee. Topeka. Kansas. February 4, 1311. - iPublJshed.ln The Topeka State Journal , .. , March X 1911 ORDINANCE NO. 4036. AN ORDINANCE appointing a civil ser. vice-commlss,oner li and for the City of Topeka to Serve during the unex Vir? of G- E. Barnaby. deceased. BBr?Tn0S?ED BY THB BOARD OF TOPEKA- S F THE CITT OF Section 1.' That J. J. Lannan be. and he is. hereby, appointed civil service commissioner in and for the City of To peka to fill the vacancy In the civil ser vice commission caused by the death of Barnabv,' said J- J- Lannan shall hold office until the f irst Monday in April 1913, said date being the date of the ex piration of the term of said G. E. Barna by as civil service commissioner. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publi cation In the official city paper. Passed the Board of Commissioners February 27, 1911. . Approved February 28, 1911. Seal J. B. BILLARD, -... . . . Mayor. - Attestr CT B. BURGE, City Clerk. rFirst? published 'in " The Topeka Stata Jourhal Wednesday, February i, 1911 . SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Kansas. Shawnee County, ss. Ida Wallace. Plaintiff. vs. J. W." Andrews, Isaphine Faust and O. At. Henderson, Defendants. By virtue of an alias execution, bearing date of January 30th, 1911 to me directed and delivered, issued in the above entitled cause out of the District Court of the Twenty-second Judicial District of the State of Kansas, sitting within and for the County of Nemaha, I will on Monday, the 13th day of March, 1911, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.' of that day. at th east front door of the Court House, irt the City of Topeka. Shawnee County, and State of Kansas, offer at publio sale, and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand all the right, title and Interest of the above named defendant. Isaphine Faust, in and to the following described property in Shawnee County, Kansas, to-wit: The south half of the northwest quarter of section twenty-eight (28), township ten (10), range sixteen (16), subject however tot a mortgage in the sum of $2,000.00, with accrued Interest, dated August 20tln 1910, payable to the National Council of the Knights and Ladies of Security, a cor poration, as mortgagee, and subject to a further mortgage in the sum of $260.00, with accrued interest, dated August 22nd, 1910, payable to Margaret Thomas, as mortgagee, both of said mortgages being duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Shawnee County, Kansas. Said property is levied upon and will be sold without appraisement as the property of the above named defendant, Isaphine Faust. JONATHAN D. NORTON, Sheriff of Shawnee County. Kansas. HORACE M. BALDWIN.- Attorney for Plaintiff. First published In The Topeka State Journal Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1911 State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss. In the Matter of the Estate of Albert Robertsoiv late of, Shawnee County, Kaa- ' NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT." Notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of February, Ai D. 1911, the under signed was, by the Probate Court of Shaw nee County, Kansas,) duly appointed Ad ministratrix ot tne estate of Albert Robertson, late of Shawnee county, de ceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern them selves accordingly. IDA M. ROBERTSON. Administratrix. First Published In The Topeka State No. 26.649. PUBLICATION NOTTCF The State of Kansas to Franklin A. Stevens, Greeting: You are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Shaw nee County, Kansas, in an action where in Mary Maud Stevens is plaintiff and you are defendant, and that unless you answer her petition filed in said action on or before the 12th day of April, 1911, her said petition will be taken as true snd judgment divorcing the plaintiff from you and restoring the plaintiff to her maiden name of Mary Maud Sumner will be granted accordingly. R. L. THOMAS, Clerk of the District Court, Shawnee Co., Kan. WATERS & WATERS, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First published In The' Topeka" State Journal Wednesday, March 1, 1911 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. State of Kansas, Shawnee County, ss. In the Probate Court in and for said County. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Ann Mcintosh. Creditors and all other persons in terested in the aforesaid estate, are here- oy notma tnat 1 sraau apply to the Pro bate Court In and for said eduhty, sitting at the Court House in the City of Topeka. Shawnee County, Kansas, on the 3d day of April, A. D. 1911, for a full and final settlement-of said estate. Dated March 1st, 1911. FLORA A. ROBINSON, Administrator of the Estate of Mary Ana Mcintosh. Fh-st published in The Topeka State Journal Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1911. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. The State of Kansas. Shawnee County, ss. In the Probate Court in and for Said County. In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Dreyer. Creditors and all other persons Interest ed in the - aforesaid estate, are hereby notified that I shall apply to the Probate C -ft and for Kaid County. ittlr' at the Coi'i House in the City o. Yopeka. S'.awnee County, Kansas, on the 3rd day of April A. D. 1911, for a full and final settlement of said estate. Dated February 22, A. D. 1911. FRANK JOSEPH DREYER, ANNA DREYER. ....... Executors. - NOTICE. i To Whom It ' May Concern: We will sell at public sale on Saturday, March ISth. 1911. ,. at 2 p. m. at 216 East 6th St., one bill of household goods be longing to J.. C. Conway; one bill coun ter stools,' peanut roaster and soda foun tain belonging to S. M. King; one bill of household goods belonging to G. W. Hart; one bill of household goods belong-' Ing to W. S. Daily. . - . ATHERTON TRANSFER CO. ' J. H. JOHNS Prop. FLORISTS. HAYES' GROWS THEIR OWN flower Funeral designs a specialty. 107 W. 8th. HOTTSEHOLT GOODS. F.ugs made, from old carpets; beautiful effects. . Prices $100 and up. Carpets cleaned, sewed, lad4. MeCormick-Osboxa Rag Factnry. 522 Van Buren. . VATEXTSL J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, CIS as ave.. Topeka. Kan. MACHINE SHOPS. GUNS cleaned and repaired by experts. The H. B. Howard Supply Co. 710 K, A.