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I'HE TOPEKA. DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING- MARCH 5,1913-
'ALWAYS SHOWING SOMETHING NEW."
Why
Women Like
to Trade at
Berks on' s
In buying at this store,
women wlio know, have
no anxiety about quality
and. style, One can buy
according to one's means
with the positive assur
ance that the quality and
style is right. No store's
prices can possibly be any
lower than ours on simi-'
lar qualities, because tee
buy our merchandise for
spot cash in large quanti
ties, and we sell for cash
only, thereby eliminating
all credit losses.
Be sure to see our line
of Spring Suits, Coats,
Dressess and Skirts be
fore buying.
Our Spring Suit Leader
at $16.50
1 - !
Z)OCrA
This Season we are featuring a per
fectly plain-tailored suit in fine
Men's Wear Serge at $16.50. We are
selling this Suit on such a small mar
gin of profit that we are positive the
same Suit in quality, style and work
manship cannot be duplicated any
where else at our price. It is made by
Men Tailors, lined with a rich qual
ity of peau-de-cygne silk, and has
exceptionally pretty lines in both the
skirt and jacket. This suit comes in
Navy Blue, Tan and Black. All sizes
up to 44 bust.
707 Kansas Avenue
Railroad fare re
funded, all or in
part, according to
amount purchased.
SNAP SHOTS
AT HOME NEWS.
The board of education will employ
the tei'chers for next fall some time
in the month of May.
A number of Scottish Kite members
went to Onaga today where the third
d'gree will be given to members in
that town.
Dr. George F. Babb, city milk in
spector, received a large bulldog by
express this morning from Garden City.
The dog was crated.
.T. B. BiHard. mayor of Topeka. filed
his petitions for another term in office
today. They bear the signatures of
hundreds of persons.
The melting of the snow has reveal
ed the fact that the grass on Topeka
lawns is taking on a new lease of life.
This is an indication that spring will
soon be here.
Ten new work benches have been
It is not merely a
matter of Price. We
have to satisfy you
in quality, too, for
we want you to be a
real booster, not
merely a once-in-a-while
customer!
Special Tomorrow
Fresh Country Eggs, again
tomorrow, doz 18r
Fancy Kentucky blue grass
Seed, lb 12c
4 pkgs. best 10c Macaroni
or Spagetti .... 254
' (These are not short
weight packages, and if
you can get any better
quality we will give you
a pkg..free.)
Northern Rutabaga's (Tur
nips, very sweet,) lb. Vzi
Fancy Northern Cabbage,
lb 1
Prices Good Any Day
Evaporated
made for manual training use in the
grade schools. This has been made
necessary on account of the enlarge
ment of the classes.
it cost $14. 560.28 to run the city for
half a month. The semimonthly ap
propriation to pay the bills of the city
was made by the city commissioners
at a meeting held this morning.
A building permit has been issued to
the Empress Amusement company, an
eastern concern, to remodel the Davies
building at 734 Kansas avenue. It will
be made into a moving picture thea
ter. The high school orchestra played a
number of popular selections at assem
bly this morning. This musical or
ganization is a credit to the school.
Standing room was at a premium in
the auditorium.
I. Gilberg is at last satisfied with
one local official. He says that L. L.
Kiene, sheriff of Shawnee county, is
giving the prisoners three square meals
a day, and that this is the first time
it has been done.
The social survey committee under
Judge T. F. Garver has decided to em
ploy one social survey "expert" to con
duct the survey in Topeka. He will
have volunteers, and possibly some
paid assistants. The work of making
the survey will probably take several
weeks to complete.
EAST SIDE NOTES.
OAKLAND NOTES
Bright
lb. .
New Kaporated
lb
Apricots,
I tc
Raspberries.
25c
5 lbs. j;ood medium Prunes 25c
Farmer Jones Sorghum (half
and half) 10 lb 54c
Dozen fine Lemons 25c
Arbuckles Coffee, pkg 25e
Best 25e buggy Whip in town
for 25c
15c warranted Paring Knife 10c
iic Mouse Traps, very best...lc
4 good Nutmegs Ic
3 pkgs. 5c Lump Starch .... 10c
Pure Country Sorghum 60c per
pail 48c
Can Good Standard Corn c
Can Good Standard Tomatoes 9c
Can Good Standard Karly June
Peas Ik
Little Chick Food, for baby
chicks, 25c sack 20c
3Se sack very best Flour... S2c
2 I.ake Fish, cat just dandy.
try them 5c
2 Smoked Bloaters, worth 5c
each 5c
Full Cream White Cheese, lb.
worth 25o 20c
Best Butterine sold in Topeka
for the money.
20c pks. Tea Dust 12c
Our finest Japan Tea worth 60c
for 48
35c can very fine Coffee ..28c
20c cake very fine bitter Choc
olate 15c
25c can finest quality Cocoa 18c
Bulk Cocoa, lb 25c
That finest Peanut Butter Made
lb 15c
Bulk.- Cocoanut, lb 18c
CZ Ric -nti al,d Miulisbi) st.
Busy
20tt E. Fourth.
505 W. Tenth.
litems for this column may be
phoned to 3915 or the State Journal
office.
On account of a misunderstanding
the local council of Boy Scouts of
Oakland, which was to have met last
night at the Oakland Presbyterian
church, the meeting will be held one
week from tonight. Wednesday,
March 12th, at the church. The an
nual election of officers will be held
and business of importance will be
transacted.
A wedding of much interest to
Oakland people was solemnized Mon
day noon when Miss Olive Fay of
Twist avenue and Mr. J. C. Roeloffz
were united in marriage by Rev. J. H.
Fazel at the Oakland Presbyterian
parsonage. The young people will
make their home with Mr. Roeloffz's
! mother. Miss Fay is a member of
i the Presbyterian church and well
known in Oakland.
The officers and teachers of the
Oakland M. E. church Sunday school
met last night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Williams on Forest ave
nue. The lesson for next Sabbath was
thoroughly studied and the following
were present: Mr. and Mrs. Pepper,
Mrs. Nelle Ensign, Mrs. C. H. Buck.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Steele, Mr.
Thomas Cottle, Mrs. IT. A. Warner.
Mrs. Dora Dressier, Mrs. I. D. Neis
wanger, Mrs. A. C. Koser. Mrs.
Mayme Foss. Mr. and Mrs. Williams.
Miss Ruth Snr.d will entertain the
S. O. D. If. Kmbroidery club this
evening at her home on Arter ave
nue. Mr. and llrs. Jas. Brizendine and
daughter. Doris, were dinner guests
last evening of Mrs. Brizendine's
mother, Mrs. Correy of Green street.
The annual meeting of the Oakland
Presbyterian church will be held to
morrow Thursday evening at the
church. The election of officers will
be held and the annual reports of
the various departments of the church
will be given! Alt members of the
congregation are urged to attend.
About twenty-five Boy Scout of
Oakland met last night at their
room and drills in signalling were
given by Ray Tollen. The troop,
which is rapidly increasing in num
ber, now exceeding forty members,
will be divided into two troops with
in a short time. Ray Tollen was
elected scout master of the second
troop and Rev. Fazel is scout master
of the first troop. A great deal of
interest is being taken in the move
ment -and names have been- received
from at least six who will be given
the tenderfoot degree at the next
meeting.
The Boy Scouts will have a meet
ing this evening after school at the
V. . . T" . . , 111). All C- . .
Iiu'iii' ui I niii vtn ci. All ruuis i, i rz
, urged to be present.
. The Ladies" Aid society or the Oak
i land Christian church will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Geo.
Anderson of Forest avenue.
The L. T. I, of the Oakland school
met Monday evening after school
with a large number In attendance
under the direction of Mrs. Effie Mc
Caslin. The Oakland W. C. T. U. will have
a business meeting Thursday after
noon with Mrs. Will Van Orsdol on
Forest avenue. A delightful program
has been arranged and all members j
are urged to be present.
Miss Hattie Hiatt of Wabash ave
nue is making her home with Mrs.
John M aspic of 246 Michigan avenue.
Miss Bessie Nelson of Polk street is
visiting relatives and friends in .Oak
land this week-
Items for this column may be
phoned to 3915 or the State Journal
office.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Alexander of
Lafayette street, arc the proud par
ents of a daughter born Tuesday
Mrs. Frank Morris entertained the
Lotus Embroidery club yesteraay ai
ternoon at her home on Reno street.
During the afternoon an unique puz
zle which the ladies were to solve oc
cupied a great deal of time. The prize
a handsome hand embroidered serv
ing apron was won by Mrs. Charles
Cole. The following members were
present: Mrs. James- Brizendine.-Mrs.
Earl Holmes, Mrs. Frank Davis, Mrs."
B. H. Porter, Mrs. Chas. Cole. v. Mrs.
George Villee, Miss Myrtle Beeler and
Mrs. Morris. The next meeting will
h held with Mrs. Frank Hess, 711
Chandler street.
Hive No. 14 L. O. 1". JVl. win nave
their regular business meeting Thurs
day afternoon at the K. and L. of S.
building.
Mrs. Jesse Stafford entertained the
Bellview Literary club this afternoon
at her home on California avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole will en
tertain the members of the Lotus Em
broidery club and their husbands at
a card party Friday evening, March
14th. " " "' . 'V-'-L'. :
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Roberts, Miss Mary
Chalmers, Mr. EL A. Brennan, Mr.
BenJ. Tarpy were guests last Sunday
.a.-dir.o- r,f Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wil
liams, 1219 Locust street.
Frank Robinson of 504 Liberty
street, is confined to his home w-ith a
severe attack of the grip.
The Junior Endeavor society of the
Third Presbyterian church held their
regular monthly business meeting and
social evening last night at the home
of Miss Eva Flintham on Klein street.
After a short business meeting, games
and music were the amusements for
the evening. An endeavor paper,
edited this month by Burrell Spur
lock and Miss Ruby Wooley was read.
The paper contained various jokes and
amusing facts about the different
members of the society. The editor
and editress for the paper next month
are John Rosen and Miss Wooley.
Those present last night were: Mioses
Alma Bartell, Eleanor Bartell, Mild
red Davidson. La Von Adamson, Net
tie Follette, Josephine Pratt, Lillian
Sturgeon, Delia Black, Marie 5H;
Rubv Wooley. Katie Stephens. Ethel
Spur'lock, Bessie Higgins. Kuth His
cock, Sadie Sawyer, Lola Blansett,
Goldie Higgins, Floy Higgins and Miss
Flintham. Mr. and Mrs. VV. Barker,
Mr and Mrs. Fred Bechtel, Rev. J.
C Everett, Mr. Steve Recob, Mr. Joe
Briar Mr. Burrell Spurlock, Mr. Har
old Patterson, Mr. Louis Briar. Mr.
Horace Black, Mr. Walter Rosander,
Mr. Clarence Rosen, Mr. Nelson, Mr.
Jim Holloway. Mr. jonn nosen anu
Mr. Arthur Rodgers.
The Adult Bible class of the Last
side M. E. church will meet Friday
evening with Mrs. Sloan on Chandler
street.
Mies Evelyn Moses ot r-asi iciuii
street, who received serious injuries
to her arm several weeks ago is re
ported slowly improving.
The Missionary society ot the Evan
gelical church, corner Fourth and
Monroe street, will meet Thursday af
ternoon with Mrs. M. Johnson at her
home. 822 Lincoln street.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cole and son
Donald, were guests at dinner last
night of Mrs. Cole s mother, Mrs. Mul
ligan of Cedar street.
The tuarterlv business meeting ot
the Kpworth League of the East Side
M. E. church was held last night at
the church. There was a large num
ber in attendance and plans for a Ju
nior League were made. The date for
the organization of the .Junior League
to be announced later.
Church Bnilding Boom.
Arkansas City. Kan., March 6. A
church building boom is on in Arkan
sas City. The men of the First Presby
terian church, in a soliciting campaign.
have In the last two days obtained $21.- :
000 for a new building, and they say i
that at least 30.000 is in sight. The I
Methodists are just completing a tC5.
000 edifice, which will be dedicated
Easter. The Christians and Christian
Scientists will build this summer.
Mrs. Hugh Fisher of Potwin Place
gave a thimble party this afternoon in
honor of Miss Margaret Osmond of
Great Bend. The invited guests were:
Mrs. Ralph Sea me I, Mrs. J. G. Cun
ningham. Miss May Bailey, Miss Ella
Bailey. Mrs. Archie Mulholland, Mrs.
John Hcrsh, Miss Hazelle Loveland,
miss Dale Pugh, Miss Ruth Ridings,
' Mrs. E. C. Oman, Mrs. Sloan. Miss Amy
' -. . 1 I'. . . . . . ...
. iiuuf, aiiss xarmie woire and Mrs.
j C. S. Loper.
I
Mrs. T. R. Pone entertained at cards
at her home. 833 Topeka avenue, last
i night ( .- in- celebration of Mr. Pope's !
birthday. The following people were
I guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harper,
Air. ana Mrs. Frank Middleton, Mr. i
and Mrs. Edgar Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. i
Walter Davies, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Groshong. Mr. I
and Mrs. Harry Crow, .Mr. George'
Crow, Miss Beatrice Sawyer, Mrs. C. C. I
Huston, Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Pomeroy,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hart, Mr. and Mrs.!
H. W. Newland and Mr. J. J. Horman. !
I
Mrs. J. Battershill entertained the
following girls at her home on Lane
street in honor"' of her daughter
Blanche's- birthday: Miss Florence!
McCord, Miss Helen Gresser, Miss'
Opal Shanklin. Miss Louise Turner, i
I Miss Elstey Swartz. ' Miss Juanita I
tevic. Miss Mahpl Olson ATis "V-llv
j Smelser, Miss Dorothy Coles, Miss Ag-
v j Tim, iujss r tui ence jasper
son. Miss Velma Sneer. Miss Olive
j Munroe, Miss Isabel Woodworth and
Miss Marjorte Fulton.
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The regular meeting of the Music
Study club will be ' held Thursday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Ralph
Gaw.
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Mrs. A. J. Whitniore entertained the
Westlawn Bridge Whist club on Tues-.
day. The other guests .were: Mrs. i
George It. Hodges, Mrs. Walter E. j
Wilson, Mrs. Richard L. Thomas, Mrs.
Oscar Felix. Mrs. A. B. Jeffrey, Mrs. ;
Harrison Miller. . Mrs. Emit Gregg, '
Miss Ida V. Scott, Dr. Sara Green-:
field. ,
The club members present were:
Mrs. Daniel G. Haggart. Mrs. E. E.
Marshall. Mrs. P. A. McNamee, Mrs.
It. C. Reed. Mrs. .F. L. Park, Mrs.
Frank M. Shanklin. Mrs. F. L. Ger
main, Mrs. A. E. Sweet, Mrs. Walter
L. Payne, Mrs. A. J. Yv'hitmore.
fr
The Square and Compass club danced j
Tuesday evening at Hudson's hall. The ,
members and guests who danced were:
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram C. Mohney, Mr.
and Mrs. N. G. Edelblute. Mr. and Mrs.
C .K. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Don Os
born, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilton. Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Main, Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Ridings, Mr. and Mrs. James
Doncysbn, Mr. and Mrs. Howard E.
Van Dorp, Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Cuthbert. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hearick,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lawrence, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ccpe, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Holland, Mrs. Lillian
Brockett, Miss. Bertha Shockey, of
Kansas City, Miss Elise Gades, Miss
Julia Whitmer, Miss Florence Rowe,
Miss Mabel Watson. Miss Carol Gage.
Miss Josephine Pickens. Miss Baula
Bissell. Miss LHlian Valentine, Miss
Kate Offen. Miss Julia Schmidt, Miss
Hermione Pratt. Miss Emma .Ruppel.
landT Miss . Nora Fredericks, Miss J
Jennie Heinzman, Miss Maude House,
Miss Mattie Payne. Mr. L, M. Penwell.
Mr. Roy Hoover. Mr. Louis Tomlinson.
Mr. H. L. Valentine, Mr. Lee M. Gage
Mr. Fred McKinnell, Mr. L. P. Du-
Brueil, Mr. William Ekel, Mr. Louis
Miller. Mr. W. R. Scott. Mr. C. L.
Brown. Mr. Otto Kuehne, Jr., Mr. Fred
Kuehne, Mr. C. B. Jennings. Mr. Fred '
Gades. Mr. Kenneth L. Barber. Mr.
Frank Holland, Mr. Herbert Clark.
Mr. E. M. Stephenson., Mr. George A.
Sutherland. Mr. A. W Craig, Mr. Ed
win J. Stewart.
Miss Katherine Clohessy will enter
tain the Iota Gamma girls this evening
at her home. ' '
The ladies of ' the First Baptist
church will give a tea Thursday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
J. L. Moneypenny. 1317 Clay street.
There will be a silver offering. Mrs.
George A. Eddy and Mrs. Catherine
Willard Eddy will talk on mission work.
Mrs. George Eddy has spent several
years in India- and is a very brilliant
and interesting speaker. All who are
interested are most cordially invited
The Taka Art "Embroidery club will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M.
Alexander at her home, 219 Western
avenue.
Mrs. Mario Price Wear, who recently
returnea irom .xew ork. talked in
formally Tuesday night at the. art ex
hibit at the manual training building.
Tonight Mrs. L. D. Whitemore will give
a talk on art. The children of Mon
roe and Buchanan schols viewed the
pictures at the 1 exhibit this morning
and this afternoon the children from
McKinley. Madison and Douglas
schools. Miss Mary Bunker, who is su
pervisor of drawing, is at the exhibit
every day to talk to the children about
the pictures.
. '
The Gamma Nu 'chapter of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity will celebrate
the fourth anniversary of its installa
tion at Washburn college by a banquet
at the Throop Thursday evening. A
number of the alumni who were in col
lege at the time of the. installation of
thp Kappa Sigma will be in the city to
attend the dinner.
Their annual spring dance will be
given , about May 1. , ,
K
One of the largest receptions of the
legislative season was that given
I-
The Store of Dependable
Merchandise.
The New Curtains and Draperies Are Here
The housekeeper who renews her draperies and .window, hangings this, year can
count herself fortunate indeed to be able to choose from such a wide and varied assortment
as is being shown at this store. There is almost unlimited' opportunity for satisfying
every whim and fancy and taste among these pretty new fabrics and weaves; and a visit,
alone can only give an adequate idea of the possibilities for this form of home decoration.
New Scrim and Marquisette Cur
tains in white, ivory and Arabic
with lace edges and insertions,
some hemstitched, others with Bat
tenberg braid, and still others in
the new floral shadow borders with
lace edges in the Marquisette. Also '
new Marquisettes in panel effects.
Priced a $1.25 to $10.00 a pair.
I .ace Curtains in an almost end
less variety, including Notting
hams. Cable Nets, Brussels Nets,
Flat Nets, Point Lace, Cluny, etc.
Curtains to suit any purse priced
at 98c to $7.50 a pair.
Fancy Scrim and Marquisette in
hemstitched and drawn effects in -the
piece at 25c to 65c a yard.
I 1 1 ifll
1 1 M
"Siinfast" Draperies A beautiful
new line in Crete and Madras ef
fects. Shades are in greens browns
and mixtures, and the . colors are
guaranteed not to be affected by
sunlight- Priced at $6.00, $7.50.
and S8.50 a pair. '
"Sunfa.sC Draperies by the yard
at 50c. 8c, SI.CKI and $1.25.
Fancy Drapery Fabrics
We are showing a very complete
assortment of the new Stenciled
Etamines. new Cretons, Tickings.
Silkolines. Velours and Drapery
Nets, and a nice" line of the well
known "Colonial" Drapery Fab-,
rics. . ' 4 .
See Our New Spring Showing of Room Size and Small Rugs
Final Clearance
of All Wool and
Fleece Lined Hose
Tli is is positively the last chance
to buy Ladies'. Children's and
Men's warm hosiery at such a sav
ing. Even though you may not
need them any more this season,
the savings are such as to warrant
you in looking ahead to next win
ter, and securing the family supply
now. Some of the lines are some
what broken, but there is still a
good assortment of sizes in the dif
ferent lines. The colors are plain
black,' black with white feet, nat
ural and Oxford. We price them
as follows:
50c Values for 35c
35c Values for 25c
25c Values for 19c
Wool Fabrics for Tailored
Spring Suits and Dresses
We have never shown as complete a line of beautiful '
woolens as is embraced in our 1913 Spring Styles. Mix
tures seem to be the favorite weave for the spring suit- -ings,
and you'll find them in greys, tans and modes. A
decidedly new shade is the Bulgarian blue in mannish
weaves. Prominent among the suitings are Bedford
Cords, Sponge Cloth, French Whip Cords and Ratines,
and the ever popular serges. All suit materials are in 54
inch widths. ... -
$1.00 Up to $2.50 a Yard
The
new spring showing for Dresso in.
eludes Scintillas, Embroidered Voiles, Poplins, Lands
downes, Batiste, Serges and Ratines in the fashionable
colorings and in white.
for the following nine boys who have
been regular in Sunday night attend
ance at church for the last three
months: Forest Buck, Joseph McKee.
Roy Naylor, Paul Madden. Myron
Grice, Orville Barker, Charles Madden,
Robert Engler and George Rinner.
Rev. E. E. Urner. George Hummel and
T. A. Blank were guests of honor.
Mrs. G. F. Givens will entertain the
Mysotis club Thursday afternoon at
her home, 510 Clay street.
The Mothers' Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the First Congregational
church,, i will meet Friday afternoon at
ft o'clock with Mrs. J. L. Davis, li
West Sixth avenue.
Miss Estella Anton entertained at
five hundred Tuesday evening for Miss
Mildred Hughes, who will leave next
week for- El Paso, Tex., to make her
home. The invited guests were: Mlsa
Hughes, Miss Ann Myers, Miss Hazel
Boast, Miss Sylvia Huey, Miss Ruth
Ogden, Miss Helen Fulton. Miss Kl
wina Pugh, Mr. Fred Johnson, Mr.
Homer Fowler, Mr. Vic Elmore, Mr.
Bernard Dewey. Mr. Havard Bird, Mr.
George Letherbury, Mr. Phil Lock wood
and Mr. Virgil Lawrence. Miss Ruth
Ogden will give a spread rriday for
Miss Hughes, and Miss Helen Fulton
Friday night for her.
Many Topeka people will go to Kan
sas Citv next week to see the great
actor, David Warfield, in "The Return
of Peter Grimm." at the . illis Wood.
theater. The engagement begins Mon
day night, March 10, and runs for the
entire, week, including . matinees 'on
Wednesday and Saturday. The seat
sale opens Thursday morning. March 6,
and mail orders will be given careful
attention.
.
The Sigma Delta Psi sorority will
initiate Miss Julia Ames. Miss Eliza
beth Mills and Miss Maud Hawley into
their sorority tonight.
'
The party which was to have been
given Saturday by M:ss Verna Worley
for the senior girls of Washburn, has
been postponed on account Mrs. Wor
ley being called to Emporia by the
serious illness of her little grandson.
Notes and Personal Mention.
Mr. H. A. Spielman has returned
from a business trip in New York city.
Miss Marie Lagerstrom is spending
the day in Atchison, where she is tne
enpst of Miss Edwin Harwi
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cartlidge have
returned after spending a week in St
Mrs. Paul E. Walker will leave the
end of the week for a visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. L. P. Turhune of Denver,
Colorado.
Mrs. T, A. Milton, who is here with
Senator Milton, will leave Monday for
her home in Kansas City.
Mr. James Hayes went to St. Joseph
todav on business.
Mrs. George Eddy and Mrs. Cather
ine Willard Eddy are the guests of
Mrs. Howard Campbell, 1321 West
Eleventh street.- -
A plav. entitled "The Danger
Signal," will be given by the Highland
D at tne scnooi
ng.
W AMI
AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS
LOST One Ivers Johnson 38 caliber re
volver between 4th and Polk and R. I.
depot. Reward. 427 Polk.
LOST Gold bracelet between Sixth and
Klghth on Kansas avenue. Tuesday noon.
Reward. .Return to Warren M Crosbv
Co.'ST office. " '- 1 '
LOST Lady's watch and fob. Engraved
"V." Phone 24G Red. Reward.
ra peee employment
SISEVECE .
aims to supply bright, intelligent stenog
raphers, stenographer-bookkeepers, bill
ing, operators, typists, etc.
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year. There is a big chance here for vou
sure and generous pay. lifetime cmp'lov
nient. Just ask for booklet. T-213 Xo
obligation. Earl Hopkins, Washington
WANTED-Man and wife. Woman for
general housework: man to heln in
house and work outside; good cottsge and
fl,rnis,,e! free: steady employment,
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VV. R. Stubbs, T.awrenre. Kan.
WANTED Farmer, married man. everv-,
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MEN Tie will teach you the barber
trade, quickly, cheaply, thoroughly ah '7
furnish tools. Write for catalogue. Molar
college. Kansas City. Mo.
WJWTFD FFMAl P HFlp.-
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WANTED Tailoress.
ave.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS open to wo
men. Excellent pay. Write for list cf
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716B., Rochester, N. Y. v
v. e pay mgtiest -nsa prlcea for socoad.
t.,n1 ",rolture. Exebanga new gooda for
old. W. H. Staions Furnitur Co.. il
Kansas v. I tiona 17J,
WE GO "ten miles free for dead horsn.
and cows. Topeka Kendering Co.'pfco,,"
ANY I.N'TEUJGEXT person may earn
steady income corresponding for news
papers. Experience unnecessary. Address
PressCorrespondence Bureau, Washlng-
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
No canvassing or soliciting required.
Good income assured. Address National
Co-Operative Realty Co., V-726 Marden
Building. Washington, D. C.
MEN-WOMEN Got government parcels
post jobs, $30.00 week. Write for Itst of
positions open. Franklin Institute. Deo't.
123B, Rochester, N. Y.
WORLD'S FAIR
San Franscisco, 1915
ARE YOU GOING
Learn of THE PRIVILEGES of
fered bv THE SAN FRANCISCO
EXPOSmOX TOl'K COM
PANY. Call. Phone or Write today for
DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET
R, D. SHELDON. Special Agent,
822 Kansas Ave. Phone I6t6 W.
Thursday afternoon by the wives of the Park High chool club
state officers' at the home of Mrs. I..; nou Thursday mornii
S. Lewis, for the wives of the legisla- r Mrs (. B. Merriam has returned
tors and their friends. The affair was 1 f rom Kansas City.
semi-patriotic in character, and the i Mrs. G. F. Worley has gone to Em
house w as attractive in decorations of j poria. called by the . illness of her
flags and banners. Miss Lillian Mar-j grandson.
tin. Miss Catharine Austin. Miss Circea ' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson, who
Dawson. Miss Elsie Cuthbert. Miss have been in California since the first
Helen W'ells. Miss Mabel Jones and . of December, are the guests of Mr.
Miss Mildred Gephart assisted in the! and Mrs. Frank Hobart. They are on
dining room. the way to their home in Bennington,
Those who stood in the receiving line ! Kansas.
t c t .-.. m. Mrs. Harry- Streator- of -Chicago -is
vdr- a. x. sr. la, auks. viiai ics . . . , . -. , . ,
Sessions. Mrs. W. E. Davis. Mrs. Earl ! hr f,r . v' ? J " Mra" ," J; Wolcott
Akers, Mrs. John Dawson, Mrs. W. D.
Ross. Mrs. W. C. Austin .nd Mrs." C.
I. Martin.
The wives of the supreme court
justices assisted through the rooms
and Miss Gwendolyn Chase sang a
group of songs.
The Vignette club met Tuesday af
ternoon wjth Mrs. J. W. F. Hughes at
her home in Potwin Place. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. John T.
Chaney.
Mr. H. B. Laiitz gave a banquet at
the Walnut Grave Methodist church
on Fillmore street.
Mrs. M. Moody of Carbondale is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. T. Mat
tingly, 1711 Lincoln street.
Mr. F. P. Vose of Chicago was in
Topeka this week, the guest of his
sister, Miss Mary R. Vose.
Mr. C. H. Reed and his family of
Selden. Kansas, have come to Topekai
to make their home. - ;'
SANTA FE NOTES.
Nat Black, of the passenger depart
ment., went to Chicago yesterday on
company business for a short time
W. D. Davis, assistant chief elec
trician, left yesterday for Galveston to
make an inspection trip over the Gulf
Lines.
H. E. Crow, of the freight claim de
partment, and Mrs. Crow will spend
the weekeml with friends in Ka
City.
About one hundred and fifty annual
passes over the Eastern and Western
lines were issued yesterday from the
general manager's office to wives and
dependent members of employees on
the Eastern division, who had been in
the Santa Fe service thirty years or
more. This is the first time anything
of this sort has been done and. the peo
ple benefited are greatly plca.sed. I
Fred Heff, clerk in the timekeeper's
omce at tne Motive Power building,
has returned to work after beinp off
duty several days on account of a se
vere attack of the grip.
Mrs. Kistler. wife of Chas. ' Kistler.
machinist, will ppend the weekend witli
relatives and friends in Kansas City.
Walter Clark, of the freight claim
department, and Mrs. Clark will spend
the weekend with relatives and friends
in Alta Vista. Kansas.
L. E. Elzea. travelling accountant of
auditor of disbursement's office is seri
ously ill in a hospital at La Junta.
Colo.
Miss Eva Greist. of the auditor of
disbursement's office, and Mrs. Bird
will spend Sunday with relatives in
Lansing, Kan.
The board of manager of the R. R. Y.
M. C. A., will have their regular month
ly business meeting this evening at the
association building. The wives of the
board will serve supper at 6:30.
W. T. V. Hanson, head of the ma
chine department of the auditor of dis
bursement's office, and Mrs. Hanson
are the proud parents of a daughter.
born Monday.
A. L. Conrad, assistant general
auditor at Chicago, is in Topeka for a
fw days on company business. .
A. N. E. Harker, of the auditor of
disbursement's office and family will
spend the weekend with relatives in
Kansas City.
Everybody read the Sute Journal.
WANTED To buy
Phone 3709 N-2.
large farm
WE WANT TO BUY YOUR
HOUSEHOLD GOODS. CALL OH -FHONE
374S-617 and QUINCY.
TOPEEA BEOEEliSAGlS CO..
GOOD milk cows, fat cattle and vaa.1
calves W. c. A. leltzow. Tel. ZSt.
WANTED Team that will weigh 1300 lbs
each. Booher Moving and Storage -o '
.11 9-21 -B East Fourth.
GOOD milk cows, stock and fat Cuttle-
veal calves. 2675 N-2. "
WANTED To buy auto. Give full pr. '
tic ...irs and lowest t-ash price. Address
E. X. M., care Journal.
VEAL CALVES, fat cattle. N.
ave. 2279 K. 4. H. M. Bush.
Central .
WANTED To buy a straight first mort
gage of moderate amount on Topeka
city or Shawnee county real estate. CaJi
at 110 West Sixth street.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
COTTAGES AND EIO0SE3
TO EENT. PISONE 2325 RED
1831 Lincoln. 6 rooms I Aa
CYHUS UUTHRIE A CO."
116 E. 6th. Phone 1730-W.
FOR RENT Modern room cottage with
barn. 1248 Clay. Inquire 1191 Fillmore
Phone H072.
5 MODERN ROOMS, the of doubla
house, located at 126.1 Van Buret,; water
and electric light furnished. Call at hown
or phone -IS9-R.
FOR RENT- room house and barn 1161
Boswell st. Phone 4021 K-2. ,
FOR RENT 1608 Clay St., 4 rooms and
hall. In fine condition, $13.00. Call 578 R
or 1527 Western ave.
FOR RENT Part of house at 303 Fillmore
212 Red.
FOR RENT 8 room modern furnishoil '
bungalow. Call 279 While.
FOR RENT Good five room house bath
gas. 61W West 7th. 2674 Bed.
LARGE 4 room cottage,
newly papered.
812
Chestnut St..
FOR RENT 6 room house, gas. city
water, well, south and east front. 14."
2039 Van Burerr st.
7 ROOM HOUSE.
2SS0 White.
modern except heat.
FOR RENT 122 . Harrison,
room house. SAS Red.
modern I

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