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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL MONDAY EVEF'NGr, OCTOBER SO, 1911.
- : . ' ry $3.50 values ty of all size shoes - - 6SGGER CQHVENTlOfl. Larger Inireac in Number of Dele gates to Nominate President. Washington, Oct. Co. The call for the Republican national convention to iDe issued by the national committee December 1-, will provide for 1,004 delegates, to be increased to if ( iXew Mexico and Arizona, become states before the convention is hold. The increase, from 900 delegates, which comprised the Chicago conven tion of 190S, is the result of the re apportionment by congress, which in creases the size of the house of repre sentatives from 391 to 433 members, or 433 with the two new states. A table showing the apportionment of the delegates to the 1912 conven tion has been prepared by Francis Curtis, in charge here of the combined publicity headquarters of the Repub lican uc'ional committee. This ar rangement i enacted to be adopted without change by'tfir committee. The distribution follows: Alabama,' 24; Arkansas, IS: Cali fornia. Colorado. 12; Connecticut, 14; Delaware, G; Florida, 12: Georgia, 2iS: Idaho. 8; Illinois. 5s: Indiana, 30: Iowa, 26; Kansas. 20; Kentucky, 26: Louisiana, 20: Maine. 12: Maryland, lb; .Massachusetts. .IB: Michigan, 30; Minnesota, 24: Mississippi, 20; Mis souri, 36: Montana. S: Nebraska. 1G; Xevada, 6; Xew Hampshire. !S : Xew Jersey. 2S; Xew York. 9 0: Xorth Car olina. 24: Xorth Dakota, 10: Ohio, 4S; Oklahoma, 20; Oregon, 10: Pennsyl vania, 76: Rhode Island. 10: South Carolina. IS: South Dakota. 10: Ten nessee. 24: Texas. 40: t'tah. S; Ver mont, S; Virginia, 24: Washington. 14: "West Virginia, 16; "Wisconsin, 26; "Wy oming. 6. , - Territories (two each). Alaska, Arizona, District of Columbia. Hawaii. Xew Mexico, Philippine islands, Porto Kieo. The basis of delegates for the Re publican convention is: Pour at hirge in each state, and two for each congressional district. The large gains in the state delegations will be: j Xew York, 12: Pennsylvania. S; Ok-I lahoma and California, 6 each: Illi nois, Massachusetts, Xew Jersey, Texas. "Washington, I each. Other states either will gain two each, or retain the apportionment of the 19US convention. The basis used by the national com mittee in determining delegates to the national committee, among the states, was atta'cked in a statement by Senr.tor Jonathan F"urne. jr.. president of the National - Progressive Republican league. The progressive organization demands that delegates be apportion ed on the basis of Republican votes cast iii the slates: not on the basis of the number of congressional districts. . Such a plan would greatly reduce the number of delegates from 'south ern states, where the Republican vote is small. T'sing the 7.677,479 votes cast for President Taft as a basis, and 1.050 as the number of delegates in the 1912 convention, the progressive league estimates that there should be a delegate to the convention for each 6.863 Republican votes. That would reduce Alabama to 7 delegates. Mis sissippi to 3. South Carolina to 4 and other southern states proportionate ly, and would increase Xew York's delegation to 3 02, Pennsylvania's to ?S, Illinois to 75 and Ohio's to 69. .Toe Rivers tonics Rack. Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 30. Joe Rivers, the Los Angeles featherweight. ''Came; back" in decisive fashion at Vernon, defeating George Kirkwood of St. Louis, in the eighth round of their scheduled 20-round bout. Referee Charles Eyton stopped the fight to save 'Kirkwood from further injury. Kirkwood was semi-conscious and had n chance to win. and Rivers was given credit for a knockout. WE ' J I 7 manuiacuirers ny taKing a surplus in certain of their best lines which were yet unsold we've added to them broken -sizes from our our own superb stocks." Values $20 CS5 1 7 7Ht to $25 choice at p 1 O This Month-End Sale Ends Tomorrow. You're not going to overlook this chance to save 7.2 cents and over. and $4 .77 plen ftiiliStiifi ' includes Suedes, Dull Calf, Cravenette, Kid and Patent Colt Leathers Tops of Velour, Cloth, or Dull Kid. Others are snapping them up why not you ? IIOXOTt M. J. 1 GHUSOLIj. Statue of Great Orator, Peoria's favor ite Son, Vnveiled. Peoria. Oct. 30. A monument to the memory of Col. Robert J. Ingersoll, one; of Peoria's greatest sons, a statue beau tifully conceived and artiscally exe cuted was unveiled in Glen Oak paiic here. Its conception, simple in detail, is a fitting memorial to the great man whose life and words have done eo much to enhance the fame of the city in which for the greater part of his life he made his home. .mrUE OF gQSEKT 1NGEKSOLL Vnvcilecl at V-r-sila. The a'tist. Fritz V.. Triebel. who is also a Peoria ti, seems to have caught tiie spirit of the man and so expressed his personality so that all who knew tiie illustrious orator finds in it his o'.vn conception while those who knew Rob ert Ingersoll only by his words are sat isfied whet; they stand face to face with his likeness. The statue is done in bronze and 13 on. '-sixth larger than life. Six years ago a fine plaster cast was made by the artist from ideas gained by loug" and careful study of a dozen picture-; ana from memory. This was taken to Rome with Mr. Treibel when he re moved .Crom Peoria. The liual touches on the bronze cast were made during the summer of 1910 after which th.: statue was sent to this city where it has been on display in the Triebel sho." parlor.s ever since and has bee'i viewed by hundreds of Col. Ingcrsoll's admir ers and friends both during his resi d.va.'e here and after his removal to Washington in 1SS7. The I'Lornment is given to the city of Peoria by popular subscription . ? cured through, an orginizcd associa tion for tbe purpose at the head of which is K. F. Baldwin, publisher of the Peoria Star and a close friend f.-f Col. Ingersoll. The veilics was removed with elabor ate and fitting ceremony. The address of the occasion was delivered by Ch.is. Frederick Adams, grandson ot Job l Quincy Adams. A grandson of the l'e orian lifted the veil. See second and third pages of State Journal this evening and every evening. X . '"" .wvV- i f ' s i X i h ' U v r - vcx i Suit Oil 3 Right at the beginning of the season accommodated our regular- y - i 2 y u 6-D-631 lvausxs AACliue. OCIETY Mrs.' Schuyler i Nichols and. Mrs. Josephine Webb have issued invitations i for a tea which they will give Wednes day afternoon, November S, at Mrs. Xichols' home, 815 Fillmore street. j ! Mr. Robert Pierce, jr., will give a 1 Halloween party at his home, 709 Tay- , lor street, Tuesday evening, October 31. j . I The freshman class of Washburn college had a party Saturday night at the home of Miss Bertha Hull, 1001 ; Buchanan street. Miss Madeline Whitney will enter ;tain her bridge club Wednesday ai'ter- noon at her home 415 East Eighth . street. I The following is from the Xew York j Telegraph: Dod Gaston for years has been pointed out to Topeka visitors as the town's prize crabbed old bachelor. He has written just as his mood has directed. He has had many friends and many enemies. One day Mr. House's column might say something nice about Miss Susie Bings. Right away the whole Bings family would be his friends. Xext day the colunm might say Miss Susie Bings' little dog needed a bath. Immediately Dod Gaston would be in bad standing up at the Bings home. Nobody ever thought Dod Gaston would marry. The Bingses and their ilk when they were "ag'in" Dod. would declare that a woman would have to be crazy to wed him. Even when they were on his side they would pass up the matrimony idea so far as Dod Gaston was concerned. Yes, sir; for fifteen years Dod Gaston has been pointed out as-the bachelor king of Topeka. Dod called on the writer of this. "Hello!" we said. "Down here to see the Giants and the Ath letics play, eh?" "Xaw." replied Dod. "I'm here on my honeymoon. Got no excuses to offer," he added, determined to brazen it through. "In fact, I'm so glad I'm married I could turn a hand spring. Just slipped over to the par son and got him to pronounce the sen tence. Then we grabbed a tram and here we are, hod durn it!" Dod Gas ton stopped talking long enough to hand us an "Our Mayor'' cigar, made in Topeka. and then went on to tell the same story about married life b ing the only kind "providing you get the right girl." ! '. The El well Bridge club will meet Tues day with Mrs. L. L. Bailey, 917 FiU more street. The Kappa Sigma fraternity of Wash burn college, will give a Hallowcei dance Tuesday night at Steinberg', hall. Mi:-s Vera Brady, the daughter o Senator Brady, ot Lawrence, has lai: ly issued a booklet containing: some football songs and a twostep of her own composition. Miss Brady ha sti'died music in Chicago the past few years, and her recent venture in ihc w:rk of composition is of interest to her friends in Topeka. Sne has b.c.i with her father in Topeka during tin icaislati.'c- sessions since he was firs: a representative from his district, aim has quite a Ir.rgc acquaintance, here She studied in Chicago with Harold Ilea ry. whose muMcales- at the home of Governor and Mrs: W. R. Stuttbs h ive been important social affairs of th-j past two year.-. & The Portia club will meet Wednes day with Mrs. E. G. Foster at her ho ne on Topeka avenue. Mrs. -A . D. Rouy, who has recently returned from Boulder, Col., where she has lived the past few years, will be a guest of the club. She is spending this week with Mrs. John H. Frizell. ' She was formerly a mem ber of the Portia club. The nior class of the high school were guests at a party Saturday night given by Mrs. F. M. WaKhburu. . Tlio house was decorated in the class col ors, blue and -white', and Mrs, Washb.irn was assisted by her daughter. Miss Frances Washburn, and her son. Mr. Gstrge Washburn. These, who -attended were: n Haskell Miss Edith TJpdegraff, Miss Helen Koontz. Miss Elsie Boles. Miss Margaret Fuller, Miss Alice Douglass, MLss Ruth Kaster, Miss Vivian Herron, Miss Marie Porter, Miss Isabel Dickenson. Miss Jennie Kingan, Miss Lida Hardy. Mr. Charles Eldridge. Mr. George Helfmgcr, Mr. Harold Ewer. Mr. George Mulford, Mv. Harold Woodford. Mr. Paul Anderson, Mr. Russell Hickox. Mr. Edward Mc intosh, Mr. Walter Davis. Mr. Hough ton Albaugh, Mr. Frank Harshbarger, Mr. Kirk Mechcm. Mr. Merrill Stevens and Mr. George Heil. s The Central Park Christian church will give a reception Wednesday even ing in he church for Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Fitts. Rev. Mr. Fitts will enter evangelistic work soon, and the recep tion Wednesday will be a farewell party. All the members of the church and th h friends are invited. The marriage of Miss Rose Miller and Mr. Edgar Houston was celebrated Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, in Car bondale. Those who went from To peka to attend the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bunnell. Miss Rutn Bunnell. Miss Mary McGrath and Mi:-a Ted Stephens. Dr. S. S. Estey read thi service. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Houston lelt for Idaho Falis. Ida., and after their return, will make their home in Topeka. The bride, for the past few years, has lived in Topeka. and Mr. Houston has a pjsition in the offices of the Santa Fe Railway com pany. ' - ' The annual opening for .-.mid-season dress hats at Pickens' will be held Tues day morning and afternoon. The hits shown will be representative of the newest ideas in dres . miinnerj . an j Pickens' hats arc always regarded as individual and exclusive, which makes the opening one of special interest. Notes and Personal Mention. Miss Julia Iceland expects to leave roon for Vinita, Ok., to visit her sister, Mrs. Finley; - Mrs. Miran Robinson has returned to her home, Windsor Docks, Conn., after a visit of two weeks to Mrs. C. J. Rosen. J 200 Quincy street. Mrs. W. M. Hawley of Herington. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Car ruth and Mr. Carruth. Mrs. W. G. Dickie is visiting her parents in Michigan. She will re turn after two or three weeks, and about tin- first of the year, the Dickie family will move to Cedar Rapids, la. Miss Alice Brown returned Sunday to her home in Atchison, after a visit to Miss Henrietta Alexander and Miss Mary MacLennan. Mr. C. W. Kouns. who has been the guest of Mr. T. DeWitt Cuyler. of Chi cago, will return home Tuesday. Miss Alice Patterson, who is spend ing a few months with her sister m Bozenian. Montana, and who has been unable -n account of ilhiew. to re sume fcer work as teacher in the hih How to Keep a Superb Complexion. -. The clever woman is aware that it behooves her' to know all abaut her complexion needs.- She has discov covered that powders, lotions, creams and cosmetics " are only temporary aids makeshifts for real and natural beauty, and Fhe has also discovered that the old-fashioned home remedy, coleated balsam, will first of all re move every blemish from her com plexion and thereafter keep her skin fresh, and young and blooming. The mission of this simple though effective hrmie remedy is to attack the deaden ed and discolored kin-particles clog ging the outer cuticle and causing ail sorts of beauty ills like sallowness, . pimples, liver spots, freckles, etc. Those of you who have tried it know there is nothing like pure collated balsam to keep your faces young and fauitless. Therefoi you can throw down the gauntlet to Father Time and say to him, "Come on and do your worst." For you know you can slip out to the drug store and get an ounce and a half of this old-fashioncrl remedy, and that by applying it at night a wonderful chance will take place in your complexion. Perfect Health. school this fall, is improving in health air. J. w eiss has returned from a montns trip through California. . iViiss Etne Muntord has gone to Manhattan to attend a sorority party. Air. ana Airs. Oscar Felix spent Sunday in Kansas City, visiting their son. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dallas of San Antonio, Texas, spent Sunday in To peka. Mr. and Mrs. George Parkhurst and Judge and Mrs. Robert Garver, have returned from an automobile trip to Kansas City. - The E. O. W. Whist club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock witli Airs. Cook, at her home on Tyler street. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Robinson have moved to Topeka from Citronelle. Ala., and will make their home at 527 Monroe street. Mr. and Mrs. Robin son were recently married and Mr. Robinson has come to Topeka to do Y. M. C. A. work. Mrs. Robinson was formerly Miss Grace Hicks, who stud ied in the Chicago School of Music, and who is an aooomplislied singer and pianis!. The senior C. K. society of tiie First Congregational church will have a Halloween party Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Starr, 915 West Eighth street. Mrs. K. D. Murray of Lincoln. Neb., is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Henderson, of Potwin. Mrs. Thomas C. Wood of Brooklin, X". Y., and her little daughter, Mar garet Elizabeth, is visiting her father, Mr. W. G. Bailey. They will be here three months. Mrs. W. E. True or Kansas City, Mo., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Martin, 412 Ohio street. Mr. W. tl. Kailev and hiss famih- will move this week to their new home on ' West street. Mr. and Mrs. John Diller Garver, who were married last week, return ed today from a short wedding trip, and have gono to their home, 1100 Garfield avenue. ; Miss Ruth Valentine of Kansas City, returned home today after a vis it to her grandmother, Mrs. D. M. Valentine. Mrs. James Stansl'icld and her daughter, Mrs. JDtta Lacey have mov ed. to 70S: Harrison street. , Mrs. A. L. Van Antwerp of the City of Mexico, is the guest of Captain and Airs'. H. X. Devendorf. Those who attended the 'Varsity dance were: Capt. and Airs. Norman Ramsey, Misses Helen Spielman, Hen rietta Alexander, Louise Heath. Helen Guild. Letha Blanche, Winifred Burch. Alarion Wear, Ruth Williams, Ella Lyle. Ethel Everingha'm, Helen Case of Wichita, -Alice Brown of Atch ison, Rachel Hotchkiss. Alarie Lager strom. Elizabeth Holliday, Bertha Hull, Isabel Mills." Jean Rodgers, Mar- jorio Rodgers, Reneeoa eity. Fran cis Rigby, Dorothy Gleed, Alarjorie Thompson, Alice Andrews. Ruth Bauer, Jean Singleton. Gladys Corn ing Alary Ferguson. Mary Dallas Gage, Leah Roark. Lucy Vaughter, Eliza beth Ford, Mr. Clyde Adams. Alfred Bartel, Wallace Pettyjohn, Roy George. Herbert Helm. Lee Johnson. Ralph Lewis, Percy Beggs, Grover Dunn, Cyrus Monroe. Will Denny. Howard Searle, Warrick Brown, Chap pell Foote, La line Royce, George AY"hite, Angelo Alt, Harold Spieiman, Bruce ATeFarland. Harold Porter, Jack Borah, Lee Davis. Leland John son, Archie est, Koucrt .-teeje, tr uest Chamberlain. Galen Dunn, Burr Willard, Pericles -Miller, Vernon Day, Walter Chaney, Fred Thompson. Oraer Smith, Paul Heinz, Alex spencer. Harrv Coe. Joe Hull. EAST SIDK SOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Yoit and daughter Vera of 10tl East Sixth avenue have re turned from Los Angeles, t'ai., wnere they have spent the past moimi visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cherry. Mr. and Airs. Julius Mailman or :;u Chandler street have returned from Elk Falls, Kan., where they went to attend the funeral of her mother. Miss Lola Smith is spending two weeks withi relatives and friends in Atch ison. Mr. Martin Bender ot Usage lty is Here pending two weeks visiting relatives and friends. The men of the Third Christian churen will meet at the church V edncsday evening for the purpose 01 organizing u Brotherhood, trie laaies ot me am so ciety will serve a banquet. All men of the church are invited. The meeting of the Dorcas society will be held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. F. Dawdy. oli Lake street. instead of Thursday, the regular meet ing day. Miss h'lora l-lrown- is improving au-r being ill for two weeks with an attack of rheumatism. Miss Esther Peterson ot b-i rsranner will leave Tuesday for Denver. ol., to spend the winter with her uncle ana aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Altred reterson. I Mrs. Rebecca Stewart is improving after being quite sick tor trie past weeh. with an attack of the grip. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the church will be held in the church Wednesdav afternoon. Miss Willa Tenipleton was the guest of Miss Eva Stitt Sunday afternoon. The revival meetings at the Wesleyan Methodist church, will continue ov.r Wednesdav. on Wednesday an all day Holiness meeting will be held, with ser- Keep the Complexion Beautiful. Nadine Face Powder n Crrnm Boxes Oniy.) Produces a sott, velvety appearance so much ad- niired, and remains until , washed off. Punned bj' a new process- Will not clog the pores. Harmleis. Prevents sunburn ami return of discoiorations. v:. .- . WHITE. FLESH. ' PtSK. Bit L:-f TTB. HATlUfiA.1. TOHU.T CCHrAMl'. Paris. Tmm. I 1 t 'Sal of " "Pepp At the lowest prices which have been made on these standard makes for three years The Remarkable difference between our present prices and those of three years ago is strikingly illustrated the instance of 81x90 sheets, the best selling size S 1 x90 Pequot Sheets S 1x90 Salem Sheets Have been 95c Have been 85c Are now 79c Are now 69c YOUR SAVING 16c each YOUR SAVING 16c each Our Special Price Lists of Pequot and Salem Sheets and Pillow Cases 54x90 inch Pequot Sheets, each 59c- 54x90 inch Salem Sheets, each 49, 63x90 inch Pequot Sheets, each 69 v 63x90 inch Salem Sheets, each S5i 72x90 inch Pequot Sheets, each 7S- 72x90 inch Salem Sheets, each 5? 81x90 inch Pequot Sheets, each 79 ( 81x90 inch Salem Sheets, each 69 ( 42x36 in. Pequot Cases, each 18$ ; Salem J6e 45x36 in. Pequot Cases, each 19? ; Salem 17$ Our Special Price List of Pequot and Pepperel Sheeting and Casing 7- 4 Pequot Sheeting, yd 8- 4 Pequot Sheeting, yd 9- 4 Pequot Sheeting, yd 10- 4 Pequot Sheeting, yd 42-inch Pequot Casing, yd. . 4o-inch Pequot Casing. yd... Porviirtf in the highest stand 1 cquui arcj quality of sheet ingfine, heavy, never wash es yellow. Tills mms Pw c vices at 10 a. m.. 2:30 and 7:13 p. m. Kev. C. P. Sage, evangelist, delivers very in teresting: sermons, while Prof. Cannon is a powerful singer, and creates great en thusiasm on ti part of the audience. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith of 3l7 West Sixth avenue entertained Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Lewis and Mrs. Evans at dinner Sundav. ' Mr. and Mrs: John Armstrong wera guests at dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kov Nelson of l'JOi Last Sixth avenue. Air. and Mis. Charles Hav.kins ot 510 German avenue gave a farewell party m honor of theh- daughter Grace and son Harry last Wednesday evening. Those present were: Miss Lois Hawk. Mis3 liilna Thompson. Miss Florence Coulter, Miss Hazel Stewart, Miss Ruby Leonard, Miss Hilda Nelson. Miss Winona Watts. Miss Lucfle Kirkpatrick, Miss Helen Kirkpatrick. Miss Grace Hawkins, -Mr. Hillary Watts, Mr. Roy Beclltel, .Mr. ("has. Mel'arxon, Mr. John Isaacson. Mr. Clem Wolfe. Mr. Will Stewart, Mr. Harry Hawkins, Mr. Simon Coulter. Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Frank Coulter assisted Mrs. Hawkins in serv ing. All enjoved a fine time. They pre sented Miss Grace with a signet ring. OAKXANO XOTKS. Mrs. C. Tt. Miller' is spending a few days visiting- friends and relatives m Alta Vista, Kan. Mrs. Nora Scott is improving after be ing quite siik for the past two weeks with an attack of bronchitis. Tbe regular meeting of the Ladies" Aid society of the Christian church will be held Thursday afternoon in the Christian church. Miss Bertha Young Is visiting this wetit with her brother, Mr. Harvey Young, at Kutlora. Kan. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Stewart have given the name Bernice Louise to iheir infant daughter. Mrs. Ross Poison has returned to her home in Wichita after spending a week here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Nina K. Porter of Great Bend. Kan., is here spending two weeks visiting iier aunt. Mrs. Arthur Porter, and family. Miss Kern Thomas has returned to work after being quite sick for the past two weeks with an attack of the grip. Miss Bernice Clarke improving after being ill for two days with an attack ol tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold W:allac-e spent Sunday with friends in Olathe. A wedding of more than ordinary note occurred Saturday evening at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cha.s. T. Moore, of 2C- Michigan avenue, when their daughter Virgie was united in marriage to Mr. Harold Johnson, of Gal veston. Tex.. Rev. V. H. Scholes. pastor of the Christian church, officiating. The house ,w?.s beautifully decorated with palms, ferns, autumn leaves and smilax. At promptly 8 o'clock the bridal party marched to the. parlor to tiie swet strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March. piaved by Mr. Theo. Morse, a tirotner oi the' bride, and stood before a bank of ferns and palms. The bridal party wa; led bv little IJonald Jessop as ring bear er, who carried the ring lmbedoeil in a large white chrysanthemum. Then fol lowed Miss Myrtle White as the brides maid dressed in a beautiful pink satin Do Luxe with, chenille fringe, carrying a bouquet of pink roses. Mr. John McKer nan acted as the groom's best man. Then followed the bridal couple. The bride was gowned in a creation of white crepe de chine, fichu of white chenille, satin sash caught up with white satin rose buds, and carried a shower bouquet ot bride's roses. Mr. Johnson wore the conventional black. Mrs. Johnson is th-3 only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c. T. Morse, and is a young lady of splendid accomplishments. A beautiful bride, lov a'ile because of her splendid life. The Wishes of all her friends go with her to her new home. Mr. Jonhson is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Johnson of T.f',1 Tyler street and has lived here all bis life, was educated in Toneka, securing a position with the A. T. : S. F. here ami was transferred to Galveston. Tex., about two months ago. These worthy yonn' people left for their new- horn- after tin- BOo.l wishes and hearty congratulations of their nuiiy friends. santa n: san s. All the educational classes of the R. R. Y. M. C. A. will review their studies this week for the purpose of. helping those who care to enter late. II. K. Jones, southwestern passenger agent for the Burlington road at Kansas IC'iy, spent Saturday here on a business trip. The meeting v hich was held m Hie i. 'U' ' allelic A. Sunday afternoon vas largely uded regardless of the inclement P 4- CHUtOt 2.6 28Vtt 3iy2c 33V2r 16 c 17 42-inch Pillow Tubing, yd 45-inch Pillow Tubing, yd ySSC 733 Kan. Ave. Etta Lacey, Manager weather. Ir. Gordon of the First Baptist church gave a lecture on "The-Life of Moses," which was illustrated by motion pictures. The male chorus sang "From Greenland's icy Mountains," which was illustra ted. The committee on religious work will meet Tuesday evening in tile Y. M. C. A. building. Th ladies will serve supper at 0:311. M. T. Mitchell of Kmporia has returned home after spending two weeks here visit ing relatives and friends. J. I'. Carter has returned to work after being off two weeks on account of an in jured eye. On Friday evening the entertainment at the Y. M. C. A. will be given by the .Coover Sisters' quartette of IJndsborg. David Thompson, boilermaker helper or Raton, N. M.. is here spending several days on a business trip. Rev. J. C. Kverelt will have charge of the meetings in the coach shop Tuesday noon. F. C. Sweat of St. Louis, western pas senger agent for the Nashville. Chatta nooga and St. Louis railway, spent Satur dav in Topeka on a business trip. F. J. Weynacht of St. Trails, traveling passenger iigent for the Illinois Contra I, spent Saturday here on business. Mr. T. K. Proilt will speak hi behalf of the men and Religious Forward Move ment in the following places Tuesday: Mills lrv Goods Co. at ! u. in.. No. '-' fire station at 10 a. m., Kougherty's Business College at 11 a. m. and Santa Fe general offices at Y1:'J) noon. On Wednesday in Santa Fe telegraph school at 9 a. m.. street car barns at 10:15 a. m.. Strickler's Business College at 11:15 a. m.- and Con tinental Creamery at I-Mj noon. These meetings will be held regularly evey Tuesday and Wednesday. Twelve other meetings have been planned and will be How to Drive A way Wrinkles and Double Chin - (From Stage Review.) ; The clever woman of to-day does not sit down and fold her bands and j resign herself to a wrinkled face. ( double chin and enlarged fores. Nor does she try the numerous and varied ; cold creams, lotions or powder on the market. What she does do tins clever wo- man is in get of her .druggist an ounce and a baif of t hermodined jelly, rubbing half a taspoimful iuifj In r , skin until it is absorbed and men hatliiug her face with cold water. . 5 This home, remedy Is as simple as u is effei-tlve. The skin Immediately ' feels taut and rerresnea the iivs.i i ) firm and compact. .' ui: a ;i,ciiiit'! i vwn- a iintiiti im provement -in Iter looks, and every day Irr mirror teilu. hr sue is grow ing younger and prettier. For filling out boUnw in the neck, shoulder, -and arvns, rhrre i - n-'ilijn. .o effective as Ihermodized je!ly. 7-4 Pepperel Sheeting, yd..... 22$ S-4 Pepperel Sheeting, yd.. 24$ 9- 4 Pepperel Sheeting, yd 27$ 10- 4 Pepperel. Sheeting, yd 29. 42-inch Pepperel Casing, yd 15 45-inch Pepperel Casing, 17$ 18$ 19$ Salem and Pepperel sheet ings are of finet ext ure, medium weights, pure bleached, serviceable. To the Ladies of Topeka Something Special Tues. and Wed. This Week Elegant Trimmed C?JE! Hats worth $6.50 & $7 tJJ 50c Cut on all Trimmed Hats LACEY Mi,ery started as soon as musk can be secured. S. C. Shearer of Den'. er, traveling pas senger agent for th t . and It. G., was in the city Friday and Saturday on a busi ness trip. T. IT AITO li:UVS MAILS. Hut Oiicr J)oo-i Not Stop lutil Com pollnl to Do So. Chicago. Oct. 30. President Tuffi automobile delayed the 1'nited state" mails last night. When the president's car turned into Jackson boulevard from Michigan boulevard, to draw up at the stage entrance at Orchestra ball, a mail wagon dashed up. Th police man cried to the driver to stop. it ignored the order, and tbe wheels ot tiie wagon rubbed those of the prr si dent's machine. Two policemen grasp ed tbe horse's bridle and force, j the vehicle back until the automobile had passed. noss co n;ssi:s ooi.t. liuckol-liops ih Iiookluaki r Llaiuc.l for Downfall. Washington. Oct. SO. George Hope Ross, 19 years old, of Montreal, who was arrested here Saturday charged with embezzling funds of his employer amounting to $4,800. confessed his guilt to a Canadian oflicrr in whnw custody he left for Montreal early to day. The youth was employed as a cashier of a manufacturing rompam. He. attributes his downfall to his dealings with bucketshops uml book makers. AT Till; PLAY. For a second time appearance a large audience heard "Tim Chocolate Soldier" at the Grand Saturday after noon Rnd evening. "My Hero" and the "Forgive" songs were hh much a hit ,ia upon the first appearance of the) opera in Topeka. Alice Yorke and Frances Yorke .an the hading unman roles. Tin- cat. bv music of tiie opera will give it u lon life. The company went from b-r- to Kansas City fur a week at the Shubifl. A slender eirl of the t horn ,,t ih- I "Chocolate S.ddi-!'" w.-ik in local lestaui.u t Saturday evening. on. ,,c j h-r friends i. ld b--r that all of ihe' chicken was oti but tbi-.t she c -ul.t I have the. boi'.t-s. "Hones." she exclaimed. "I've t"t , bones of my ow n. That s all there Is I to me is bones." Stisar Drop Id New York. ii. t. ::o - Cent. All pi W of ! inc. i - stipar were ic-inc hiindrcd pounds today. 1" CCMIS