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THE TOPFKA DAILY STATE JO"n"P"w T FRIDAY EVENING- MARCH 7 1913-
11 Step mW Fast - M Come in now and have us Measure you then take your choice of hun dreds of fine new spring woolens, and we will make that Easter Suit for R.00 I No More f"i f J No Less Union Mide No Extras Fine Linings Made to Fit Don't be lonesome on Easter Day. Fifteen Dol lars can't buy you more clothes value. A National Woolen Mills Suit will put the right ginger into you to start off the spring. Lots of men you know will be wearing them. Two Weeks to Easter. Come Tomorrow I ORTH SIDE NEWS Union Pacific Will Build Ji'ew Coal Chute. Farmers Pleased by Assistance Offered by Railroad. WOOLEN MILLS os - st er se Harry C Shapiro, Mgr. TOMORROW A few of the many sea sonable items we will have for your Sunday Meal. APPLES 35c CAULIFLOWER faach.y. h.e.ads:... 15c-20c SPINACH 15c RADISHES 10c BANANAS .' Fancy bright 1 ftr1 fruit, dozen lut At"- HEAD LETTUCE isr. ,ioc CABBAGE Fancy well trimmed, "I per lb. RHUBARB Hot bouse grown, - Og per lb Fancy Jonathans, peck (12 lbs.) Fresh and fine, per peck , Small round, fresh and crisp, 3 bunches. . . . BUTTER Country Roll or Prints, per lb . . . 30c Our regular prices on fresh country eggs are generally low er than most stores quote as "Special." , We are unloading a car of Red River Early Ohio potatoes that we can make very attrac tive prices on in sack lots. m Morns & Myers A new coal chute of concrete and steel will be built by the Union Pa cific to replace the old structure that wasi burned several days ago. The en gineering department is now employed in drawing plans and making esti mates of the work. The cost of the structure or its capacity has not been announced. The engineers will de termine the needs and location before drawing the plans and some announce ment might be received in the near fu ture. It is reported that the new coal chute will be fire proof and that the building for housing the hoisting ma chinery will be made of steel, brick and concrete. The work on this struc ture will be rushed to completion in order that the engines be supplied with coal here and without the trou ble of loading by shoveling. Farmers Pleased. The farmers appear to be highly pleased with the assistance that is be- Jilg uncicu Lit" in u J i .......... .. educational department of the Union Pacific. The officers of the company are aiding the farmers by furnishin them with a number of books which Dertain to raising potatoes. Five hooks were sent to the station in North Topeka and there is a big de mand for them. These books were received two months ago and have been in constant use ever since. There is always a big waiting lis on hand at the ticket office. This book was written by Eugene H. Grubb. Mr. Grubb has been employed by the Union Pacific to assist the farmers in increasing the yield of potatoes and to increase the acreage whenever pos sible. Ten Bills Introduced Representative Fred Voiland has introduced ten bills during the ses- l sion. but none of these were instru ; merits of his own work. They were t prepared and handed him' by people I who were interestea. x ne oniy mts I ure which has been offered to which ! Voiland will claim as a guardian is the single house bill. This was in I troduced in the form of a concurrent I resolution. ! Miscellaneous Shower. ' A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson j at the home of Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. W. S. Gray, at 412 East Paramore i street. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. i C. W. Mann and children. Mr. and ' Mrs. W. S. Barnette and son, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lewis and children, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bond and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I John Riddle and children, of Lowmont, j Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gray and ' family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson iand children, Urs. Christina Olferman, ' Mrs Mallie Robinson. Mrs. J. C. Clouse, ! Mrs. Lula McCorkill, Miss Ethel Clouse, i Mrs. Edna Andrews. Mrs. Lorind Hor- ton and children. Mrs. Maggie w oon, of La Junta, Colorado; Miss Naoma Combs. Miss Xeva Cooper, Miss Mamie s,-hafer Miss Dora Lee. Miss Marie O'Harra, Miss Agnes Clark, Miss Elma Plesma. Miss Helen Berry, Miss McCra Rea. Mrs. Bessie Cook, Mrs. W. A. Barnette, Miss ;Ruth Wroolf, Mr. G. J. Bollotte Mr. June Barnette. Mr., Charles Woolf. of Lawrence, Kansas; Mr. Avis Hughes, Mr. E. J. Monroe and Mr. Spence Horton. Special Sermons. Rev. W. I. Cole, pastor of the North Topeka Baptist church, has prepared a series of three special sermons which have special reference to the Easter season. These sermons will have the following subjects: '-Jesus, the Teacher and Worker," "Jesus, the Crucified," and "Jesus, the Sufferer." He will de liver these sermons between now and the Easter day service and will hold a reception for the members and baptism Sunday night. These sermons will be very interesting and the people of North Topeka are invited to attend and hear them. Boy Cut in Fight. Gene Pendergrass, 15 years old, cut Virgil Eaten in the back of his neck, and seriously injured him in a fight which occurred near Grant school yes- The little .tiien ooy Sunday. -While , there he will .attend the convention of the poultry, eggs and butter dealers. There will be two conventions and he will be interested In both. He will return Thursday or Friday of next week. Winifred, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dessenberger. of 1531 Logan street, is suffering with an at tack of the measles. This is the third time that she has suffered with the same contagion. Members of the choir of the North Topeka Baptist church will meet to night to rehearse the music for Eas ter services. - . E. E. Witter and wife, of Kiro, were in North Topeka today on business. Miss Mary Sheetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L S. Sheetz. Is suffering with an attack of the measles'. Mabel Pauling Spence. aged 11 years, died last night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Spence, at 1231 North Harrison street, of acute nephritis. The funeral will be held at the home at 2 o'clock Saturday and interment will be in the Rochester cemetery. Miss Grace Lukens will entertain to morrow afternoon at her home, 1117 North Jackson, for those interested in the fancy work booth for the bazaar which the ladies of the church will hold March 19, at S24 North Kansas avenue. The friends- and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Perry, rural route 6, very pleasantly surprised them at their home Tuesday evening. The party was in the form of a farewell. Mr. and Mrs. Perry will move to Topeka. Mrs. Conwell and Mr. Lee Con well, of Pleasant Hill, are shopping in North Topeka today. J. A. Newlun,. rural route 3. will have a sale March 18. After the sale he will move his family to Beach, North Dakota. Mr. Newlun came here eight years ago from Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Brownell have moved from North Quincy street and have taken apartments on East Fifth street. R. W. Jordan has been visiting H. E. Brownell, 225 East Laurent street. Mr. Jordan came from Springfield, 111. Mrs. Joe Coulter of Billings, Ok., is coming to visit her cousin. Miss Mabel Jones, 913 North Jackson street. Miss Fay Dunham has taken a po sition in Miss Cunningham's milli nery parlors. Miss Golda. Hooks and Miss Bess Jones of Rossville will come tomor row for the county teachers meet ing. The choir of the Presbyterian church will meet at the church to night for practice. Miss Minnie McGrew will leave to night to be a guest of Aliss Bess Campbell of Kansas university at Lawrence. The Lotus brothers of Elmont are in North Topeka today on business. Will Hozle and family of West In- dianola are moving to the R. L. An- derson farm in the Lyman district. Mr. Holzle recently purchased the farm. I See us for big bargains on all kinds i of hardware, stoves and implements. Call us by phone. We mean what we say. Foucht s Hardware. Adv. Jacob M. Brown, mail carrier of rural route 8, is spending his vacation in Alabama. A. T. Rowe is serving route , 6 in Brown's absence. I Will Buecliner. of Kansas City, for- I merly of North Topeka, has been taken to a Kansas City .hospital to. -undergo-. an operation. j Miss Margaret McAdams, of Severy, ' Kansas, is coming to visit "Miss Hazel j Boast. 909 North Jackson. - 3 H. R. King, of Shorey. will leave 1 Sunday for Arkansas iCty, where he will be a delegate for the A. O. U. W. j J. M. McCain, of Williamstown. wiil j move to 907 North Harrison, next week. I Miss Alta Grooms, 1422 North Topeka j avenue, is visiting friends at Delia, I Kahsas. Mrs. W. M. Barnes and children, of : McLouth. Kansas, are visiting Mrs. L. ! Hj. Mccam. oi o-x in ortri jionroe. M. C. Simmonds has returned from a business trip to Reading, Kansas. ARTILLERYMEN FINED. Two Members of Battery A Did Not Attend DrUl. An execution against two members of Battery A on fines imposed by a court martial, has been issued from teraay auciu-w". M,,ntv rnI.rt nn showine that and a crowd of several otners "ie fines were imposed by a regularly i to have been teasmg the Feiergrass .t e execution is' boy when he attacKea me different from any other in that there who ran to J. J- King, a isorth oiae i e nQ exemption3 allowed under it. real estate man, who was passing at i Tne twQ issued are the first of their the time. The little Eaten boy w"as j kini ever issued from a Shawnee carried into Grant school and given as- county court. sistance until a physician could be Tne two members of the battery called. The Pendergrass boy is being are Musician Roy F. Larsh and Pri held in jail awaiting an investigation . Vate John R. Maxwell. The records of of the affair. I the military court, filed in the case, i,:,.us li-pre Stolen. ' show both were convicted of failing Charges Chicken Were to attend regular drills. Larsh was Buechner Brothers' Grocery store M fjned J2 &nd Maxwell was fined $1. 933 North Kansas avenue, was tne By & provision o iaw these fines may scene of considerable excitement tnis fce collected through any court of morning when a colored man, name cornpetent jurisdiction, and an execu unknown, tried to sell some chickens tion may be served without notice to which are supposed to nave oeeu aw- the defendants. Last Tuesday morning ne soiu Ion Ave chickens to the Buechner Broth ers and when he reappeared this morn- ... T-. -1 TJ , , .,, n T iner witn nve mure, v . , This Is Champ's Birthday. Washington, March 7. Speaker Clark was 6 3 years old today. He said : of the firm, began to suspect something, he felt like 30. The speaker spent the j He detained the man and sent woru day quietly in his office receiving call- I to Police Chief Jenkins, who happen- ers and congratulations. He recalled ed to be on the North side. When the that ne was oorn on tne uay uaniei colored man saw Jenkins coming he Wester made his speech on the slave ran through the back door and down act- A Great Sale of Beautiful Hair Goods including switches and transformations of every shade at a wide range of moderate prices The best opportunity you will have this season to match your hair per fectly in i Genuine Human Hair From France . R. L. COFRAN is a can didate for Mayor of the City, has had six years ex perience in that capacity. It is believed such exper ience would enable him to perform the duties of the office intelligently and eco nomically. VOTE FOR HIM Adv. the alley. When Chief Jenkins leit he came back for his money, and on seeing a policeman, whom Chief Jen kins had left at the store, he ran again, escaping the officer. Buechners still have the chickens. Parent-Teacher Meeting. Failure to Agree. Los Angeles, CaL, March 7. From 8:30 o'clock this morning, the jury which is trying Clarence Darrow for alleged jury bribery, deliberated with out result. The former chief counsel for the McNamara brothers was plain The parent-teachers' meeting of 1" disappointed as the day wore on Grant school will be held next Monday evening at Grant school at 8 o clock. A literary and musical program will be given. Rev. J. W. Waldron. pastor of the Kansas Avenue Methodist church, who will leave soon, will be a guest of honor at the meeting. Mr. Suit, of North Jackson street, has been appointed chairman of a committee to draft resolutions, showing the parents and teachers' appreciation of Rev. Mr. Waldron's work and their regret for hi3 departure. Personal Mention. William Stoudt is remodeling the W. A. Marshall property of Maple Grove which he bought recently. He will make extensive improvements. The members of the North Topeka Horseshoe club will hold a meeting tonirht to arrange for a contest be tween the members of the club. The membership will be divided into two teams and a contest will - be played. The losing side will pay the expenses of a banquet for the members of the club. K. P. Baer will leave for St. Louis and the jury made no report. (t An experienced demonstrator is in charge of this special showing, and if desired will give you a Free Hair Dressing With Purchase All the hair in this stock is of the most highly refined quality prices the lowest yet made on hair goods of such value. x We can match any shade of gray hair Switches from 93c to $25.00. See the heavy 36-inch Switches from $5.95 to $12.00. See the triple-strand Switches from $5.95 upward. See the excellent quality 20-inch wavy Switches at 95c. Every Style in Spring Pumps and Oxfords Known to Fashion will be found in our Shoe Department. Styles in shoes, while changed from those of former seasons, are changed only for the better giving, for 1913, new lasts which com bine natural lines of the normal foot, with a beauty and grace new to shoe fashions. These new pumps and oxfords are the finest productions of the highest-class shoe makers in this country made from the best grades of leathers, and finished like custom shoes. See the beautiful new styles in dull, tan, patent, kid and Buckskin pumps and oxfords every correct fashion from the flat-heel English style to graceful models with the new medium heel. Wayne Knit Hosiery js the. choice of discriminating persons who want hose of fine yet strong and serviceable fabrics, woven to fit perfect ly and retain their shapeliness after innumerable washings. Find Wayne Knit Hose for women and children, in the South Aisle where we show all weights, and weaves in cot ton, lisle and silk, for spring and summer. Wayne Knit Hose are all full fashioned, and reinforced. Prices from 25c to $2.50. gains Children's Percale Dresses 2 to 8 yrs. sizes light and dark colors for school and play dresses. Special 39. Short Kimonos, fine quality of flannelette, neatly trimmed with lace around waist, neck and sleeves $1.25 value 49y. Brassieres embroidery trimmed a fine fitting and neat ly trimmed garment. Special 29 1. Tailored Madras W'aists in plain white, with collar, long sleeves excellent quality of neat waists. All sizes. Special 59. Men's and Boys' Dress Shirts in a large variety of styles odds and ends of regular lines, worth up to $1.00. Special 35 Women's Union Suits regular and extra sizes, medium weight just the kind for spring. Special, 39. Men's Thread Silk Plaited Hose in black only very sheer and made to wear well 19. Two-hole Pearl Buttons all sizes. Special 2 doz. for Sf . All Linen Suiting 36 inches wide, the 25c kind, yd. 19. Easter Post Cards an. exceptionally good lot to select from". Special 12 for 5. s ' TTheMills dry CsGb. We Feature Suits INGALLS' REASONS. Lieutenant Governor TeUs Why He Declined "Harmony" Call. Films Developed FREE Take or send a roll of films to J. C. Wolcott, 825 Kansas Ave., with this add and they will be developed free. For New Customers Only. If in before 8:30 will be ready for you the same day This will show you our high grade work. No amateurs in our fin ishing department. Sheffield -Ingalls, lieutenant gover nor, today gave out the following statement in explanation of his stand on the Republican caucus tomorrow jnoon: ! '"I do not understand the attitude !of the promoetrs of the Republican 1 conference, which has been called for next Saturday. They seem to be act ing upon the assumption that we Progressives are simply playing the . game of politics according to the rules that have long since been ob I solete. i -They do not seem to realize that ! the Progressive party is a living, ! breathing reality and that we are all tremendously in earnest to iorce a sensible, logical political alignment between the liberal and conservative forces of this country. We do not be lieve In opportunism. We axe stand ing for an idea and we have organ ized to fight for that idea. We are not trying to bring the Republican party to terms. We are going to fight the battle in support of. a prin ciple, and we invite all Progressives to join us and all reactionaries to get on the other side." A MEMBER. Santa Fe Man a Director National Society of Safety. J- D- M. Hamilton, claims attorney or the Santa Fe system, has been notified of t.uou as n memoer or tne board of directors of the National Council of in- ' dustnai Safety. This organization is a i union of aft societies, associations, cor- I porations and . agencies that are actively engaged in safety, work in America. The second annual congress will be held it ! New jiorlt far September. ( Mother Jones on Trial. i Charleston. W- Va, March ". Xlother : Jones, the aged labor leader, and fifty other persons, charged with conspiracy in connection with the coal strike riots ; were on trial before the military com-' mission toaay at -faint Creek Junction. Another charge is thatjthey were con cerned in the killing of Fred O. Bab bitta, bookkeeper, shot dead in the fight ing at Mucklow.' ; . . , Enabling Act Passed. Jefferson City, March. 7. One of the first bills passed by the house today - was - an enabling , act: giving Springfield and Jopiiir power to, adopt the commission plan of government. of superior quality at. . x 21 m any new styles $15 Among which the following are notable examples of beau tiful style, excellent tailoring, and thoroughly good mater ials : ' Men's Wear Serge Suits in Dark Blue This is one of the best values you can find anywhere at the price. The ma terial genuine men's wear serge, the kind that endures long, hard wear and always looks well. These suits strictly tailored, and good fitting. Jacket lined with peau de' cygne, and have arm shields. Pleats in skirt. Bedford Cord Suits I g of Fine Quality . . P 1 & This is one of our most remarkable suit offerings. Both navy and the new and fashionable leather brown shade in a beautiful quality of Bedford cord. Smartly cut, well made plain jacket, 4 button style, with peau de cygne lining. Skirt has three pleats at each side -front seam. . Strictly Tailored Serge Suit in navy blue, with white pique fold inside the plain coat collar, three side pleats on skirt seams $15.00. Stylish Mixture Cream ground clouded with blue-grey. Collar and cuffs inlaid with two toned blue grey Bengaline silk 15.00. Light tircy Mixture, or lisht striped tan, plainly tailored suit with good lines. Collar trimmed with Bulgarian silk rim with metal threads $lo.OO. Xavy Sersje of fine weave, ex cellent quality, well cut and tailored, collar trimmed with Bulgarian silk S15.00. New Spring Hats are in readiness full assortments of the latest and most becoming styles in ready-to-wear tailored effects, and trimmed hats. All the new braids are represented, and all are priced to make selection easy from $2. 75 to $15. All the new flowers are ready see the beautiful display on the Fourth JFloor. New Royal Worcester Corsets in Beautiful 1913 Styles -Ihe excellence of Royul Worcester materials The perfection of Royal Worcester tailoring The correct and graceful figure lines r ' . ' : , - place Royal Worcester corsets in a class far higher than the prices in dicate. The illustration shows what nat urally beautiful effects may be ob tained by wearing Royal Worcester Corsets. We have a full complement of suitable models for figures of ev ery type, from slender to stout models which we recommend to bring out the good points of the figure, while correcting faulty lines and contours. Royal Worcester corsets are well constructed, carefully finished in every' detail and give excellent service. The boning is non-rust-able. We Are Showing 4 new Royal Worcester models at Sl.OO 4 new Royal Worcester modilH at 1M.50 1 new Royal Worcester models at !E2.00 and other new styles at S2.50 nnd $.L 1 Examples: A Stout Figure Model of ex ceptional value, made from fine, firm coutil, with spoon steel, and 6 supporters; a (( good long corset, at....'?'"" A Slender I leiire Model of fine batiste. with extremely long skirt, and long back bon ing; 6 supporters, lace trim med top. An extra jJO flA good corset at A Beautiful New $3.00 Model Xo. 672 is built on graceful lines, for the average figure. Ma terial is fine batiste, the skirt and back boning extremely long. Six heavy frilled elastic supporters. This corset is "silk-flossed" on all the stays 3.00. Special Purchase of Fashionable Lacs at Ha 1 the Usual Prices Main rioor. By taking an importer's "outside strips," we secured a fine collection of the newest trimming laces at half the usual -market prices for these qualities. The laces will be placed on sale tomorrow priced in the same proportion. The collection includes handsome new patterns in Venise, macreme, ratine, Cluny and Plauen laces the very kinds that will be used most extensive ly for trimming the new gowns both light ef fects for voiles and sheer fabrics, and heavy laces for linen, eponge and similar materials. Bands and edges, from 1 to 8 inches wide, some matched. . Vandyke points for collar and cuffs are included Regular prices would be 25c to $1.50. Special prices are 12 Vic to 75c yard. Easter Gloves Tour Kaster Gloves should be Perrin'a fine kid gloves, import ed from France the most per fect in fit, finish and coloring of any kid gloves you can pos sibly obtain at the prices. 2-cIasp. $1.75 am! Si'. 25 1 2-button length, SS.OO. IS-but ton length S3.50. Handkerchiefs In" our ' new Handkerchief Section, Main Floor, Center Aisle, you will find full assort ments of Ail-Linen handker chiefs for men, women and chil dren at 5e to $25.00 each. We , have only all linen, and" only : first quality: handkerchiefs in -.this Department. .