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TB ! TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING- MAPCH 22,1913-
19 Jeff Followed Instructions, at Thai By "Mud" Fisher ojM,reFF wR Gonna Vrop in Tm-b S&4JL HOTe. TOR. A XHCi. rVHT 1AKT TO rArK.e EK THINK. WE'RS iMijuoNNR-eb . "that we've Gov u- KfNOVCF COIN. WE'LL fcO IN fNT TfC To BOV THE NVOSTr fenpeiMe thing f W6 AlKfT GONNfr, BUV. BUT WEIL -'- V ST 1OR,THlKfc WE KMOW THEN rtWtH'T SL8W NOW tCfT .ieT T GlrAIAfc "TtAR.ee HOM CAN J THtV tot. WtLL,TH6 W1 tCgl Sc-MTtM (pl " b WOR.TTA ii ma mmm Cj - FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. "a" d a a $2,100. Nice 5-room house on car line, pav ing and sewer tax all paid. 52,500. 5-room modern cottage, almost n ew, paving tax all paid. 1100.00 cash, bal ance easy payments. $3.000. rooms, all modern, fine east front location, easy terms. 53,600. Pine location facing park, 7 rooms, absolutely modern and fine, beautifu' light fixtures and decorations, paved street. $3,900. Fine location, one of the finest 7-room modern houses In the southwest Dart of the city. GARLMOTOIIJSE REALTY CO. MEAL ESTATE LOAMS PHONE 1606 W. 608 KANSAS AVE. For 14 lots of rich Kaw bottom ground, in Garfield Place. Price $700. $70 cash, bal ance $7 per month. No richer land. Wiil pay for itself and make money besides. SEAWNEE AGEMCY 634 Kansas Ave. Phone 60 QMCK SALE Tyler St., 600 block, good two-story house. 6 large roms, hall, bath complete, pas, furnace, cistern. Also two-story house, 5 rooms, gas, toilet, city water, paving and sewer paid. These two adjoining properties now oc cupied by first class tenants, rents $42 per month. For Immediate sale, $3,000. Can make terms. 109 W. 6th. Tel. 228. CASE Fine, new, 6 rooms, 3-piece bath, recep tion hall, sleeping porch, full cemented cellar, stacked for furnace, cement walks 1 lots, West side, 1 block to car. - SHAWNEE AEMCY 634 Kansas Ave. Phone 505. . EaBy Payments. Long time. SHAWNEE B. & L. ASSOCIATION. 115 West Sixth Street. $3,000,000.00 of 6 per cent money to loan on Eastern Kansas farms and on tnsid Topeka business property. An unlimited amount of low rate money to loan for building homes and on homes already built in Topeka. . ?i yo? wlsh new Ioan r "ave a ma turlng loan or wish to change your loan, either farm or city, write or call at our office, first floor. New England Bids. BETZER REALTY & LOAN CO. Topeka Mort. ga Loan Representative, U. S Mortgage & Trust Co . N. T. Capital and surplus $6,000,01)0.00. . REAL ESTATE LOANS Easy payments. Long time. SHAWNEE B. & L. ASSOCIATION. 115 West Sixth Street. LEGAL. Published in The Topeka State Journal March 22, 1913. BARGAINS in building sites suitable for rdesidence flat, factory or business. See owner. 203 N. E. Bldg., or phone 914-R. S E0M 1BOTSE Shop district, gasjheat and light, Grattan street. $1,000. WILSON & NOSWANGEK 111 West Sixth. Phone 948. dst-.be s A SPLENDID 7-ROOM MODERN HOME. IN WESTLAWN, FINISH ED ATTi, FINE BASEMENT, FINE SHRUBBERY, 2 LOTS, A FINE HOME, $3,900. BY OWNER: My 5-room cottage at 304 Fillmore St., first class condition, city wa ter, cistern, laundry, fruit, chicken yard, paved street. 40 feet ground, driveway; Ideal location, 1 block car, cash or terms. Also two building sites for sale or trade. Call 436-W except Sundays. FOR SALE 9 room modern house with sleeping prch; easy terms. 1117 Quincy ei. ijo jteo. Apply evenings. FOR SALE 2 fine lots, in Elmhurst, west side of College ave., all Improvements in. Price $1,100. T. V. Campbell, 7C4 Kan. ave. PERSONAL. 107 W. 7th. Phone 1140-W. FOR BALE Merrltfs 2V4 acre poultry farm completely furnished. Munson sve , 4 blocks west of Lowman Hill car line, $3,000. Phone 3260. MGMLAMD PARE Street railway service right at your door, good water, good schools. Lots cheap, but advanc ing. Go see them. The value is there. GEO. M. M01LE & CO. 435 Kansas Ave. Phone 444. FOR SALE Building site. 40 ft. front. Hale Ritchie, 1118 Madison St. Phone 2878 Black. MKE OFFERS on following: 1317 Kan sas ave., with good house; 1321 Kansas ave., with good house, with room to build house between; 1019 Taylor St., 44 feet and modern home; 918 W. 10th St.. fine comer lots and 2 large modern homes and room for fine flat; 1214 Fillmore St.. cot tage and two fine lots; 6 lots Huntoon and Lincoln on college car line; 85 feet. Fillmore, between 9th and 10th., use of 30 ft. more free; 1015 West 10th St., 2 lots, modern cottage. S. M. WOOD. 918 West 10th St. WHY SUFFER from Piles? Get rid of them quickly the drugless way. Inex pensive, painless home treatment. Free from drugs and foolishness. Sent for 50c, fully prepaid. Address The Naturo Com pany. Dept. 4. Topeka, Kan. WILL YOU help a friend? Are you a slave to drink, our Devoe home treat ment guaranteed to effect a permanent cure. For full particulars write the Beraybo Specialty . Co., Hutton Bldg., Dept. 2S, Spokane. Wash. ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING J. 8. BRANNER, Civil Engineer and Sur veyor, has opened office at 512 Kansas ave. All Engineering and Surveying work given prompt attention. MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. Horses, cattle, pianos, household goods, libraries, typewriters, carriages and ma chinery, and to salaried people. Frank S. Thomas, 519 Kan, ave. Tel. 98. MONEY to loan on live stock, pianos, guns, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe, 523 Kan, avt. MONEY TO LOAN Farm property, 4 per cent Interest; city property, 6 per cent interest. Monthly payment plan. Allen, 601 Jackson St. LOANS On farms and eity property in any amount at lowest rates ana most liberal terms; no delay. See us before you borrow. W. M. Forbes & Co-. 107 W. 7th st., Topeka. MONEY TO LOAN on pianos and house hold goods. Newest methods, lowest rates. American Loan company. Room 807, Mulvane Bldg. Tel. 645. MONEY TO LOAN on personal property and collateral security, on easy terms, G. H. Flintham. 90 E. 4th st. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HIRAM C. ROOT, Attorney at Law, Abstract and Real Estate and Probsts law. 83 Columbian Bldg.. Topeka. A. B. QUINTON. attorney at law. Office 405-6 Mulvane Bldg. Examination of ab stracts and real estate titles a specialty. W. F. SCHOCH, attorney-at-law. 520 New .England Bldg. Tel. 506. 6- ..TRANSFFR tm ,.gTW?y, MERCHANTS' Transfer and Storage Cok furnish expert packers; also look after freight. Phones ig. Skinner Oayhart iHMUNEoys uAL.uj.ii.B,is internal remedy. (No .i., n page oook rree to stomach, liver-gall sufferers. Gallstone Remedy ' ucamuril 81., nicago. AUTO repair work by contract. The Con tract Auto Repair Shop, 1005 Kansas ave. Phone 4484 White. RAZOLfiLADES MAIL SAFETY RAZOR blades for -re-sharpening. Single edge 25c, double edge 35c doz. Brunt Drug Co., Topeka. UNDERTAKING. DO YOU WANT A GOOD PROPERTY? I L. M. PENWELL, funeral director and eznoaimer. . r.- jonrs, ass i. f irst Class it t wa 918 W. 10th St., 6 fine service. 60S-510 Quincy st. Ttleohon. ia corner lots, fine shade, a large wen iu... homes and room for fine flat if wish rental. Just the place for a man of fam ily close to schools and business. S. M. WOOD, 918 West 10th St. Phone 7. Day and Night HAWLEY A STEELE. Funeral directors and embalmers, 118 East $th ave. Mrs. Robt. Steele, assistant. PALMEK TMAHSFEM CO. Deliveries made day or night. Employ only men. Tel. 189; 410-412 Quincy at. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION.- W. L. HOFER, teacher of piano and har mony. Address at Cremerie restaurant. Phone 777. PATENTS. J. A. ROSEN, patent attorney, sas ave., Topeka. Kan. rjt K.SB- HOTELS. TOPEKA HOTEL 122 West Sixth St.. $1-00 AND $1.25 PER DAY. RCMEJRAMING., FRAMING, regilding, mat making, mount ing done by J. D. Sullivan. 122 W. Eight street. Packing, shipping, etc. MORTGAGE LOANS.. J. F. SLAUGHTER, MORTGAGE LOANS. PRESIDENT. MORTGAGE LOANS. la. VICE PRESIDENT AND TREASURER. f EE WAM M M E-CO. CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00. Will place conservative loans. In Norton Ford, Gray, Clark and any county east thereof. Money ready when papers executed and title approved. LOANS AND INVESTMENTS. Graham, Trego. Ness, Hodgeman. GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. Declaring the City of Sterling, Rice County, Kansas, a City of the Second Class. State of Kansas. Executive Department. Topeka. March 21. WHEREAS, the City of Sterling, in the county oi nice, state or Kansas, was organized as a city of the third class has attained a population of over two thousand and not exceeding fifteen thou. sand, and such facts having been dulv ascertained and certified by the proper authorities of such city to the Governor ana WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of said city have made out and filed in the Executive Department the following as an accurate oescription by meets and bounds, of ,ail the lands included within the limits of such city, to-wit: The City of Sterling comprises and in cludes all of section No. Twenty-one '21) Township Twenty-one (21) south, K&nge imgnt w west or the sixth P. M., in Rice County, Kansas. The additions to Sterling, Kansas, are as follows, to-wit: Fuller's Addition Beginning at the Northwest corner of section 27, Township 21, Range 8, West, in Rice County, Kan sas, thence South 20.08 chains to the southwest corner of Block 3 in said addi tion; thence east 20.12 chains to the south east corner of Block 9 therein; thence north 20.04 chains to the northeast corner of Block 7; thence west 20.14 chains to the said northwest corner of said section 27. being the place of beginning. The Sterling Land and Investment Com pany's 1st Addition to the City of Sterling, is as follows:" . - - Bealnnin at a point 1386 feet north of the southwest corner of section 22, Town ship 21, Range 8 in Rice County, Kansas, on the east line of First Street; thence east 330 feet; thence south 66 feet; thence east 220 feet; thence north 406.5 feet; thence east to the right-of-way of the Missouri Pacific Railway Company; thence north 410 feet to the center of Mon roe Street; thence west to First Street, on the west line pf the said section 22; thence soui.i along the west section line of said section 22, to the point of beginning. Dilley's 1st Addition to the City of Ster ling, Kansas, is as follows: Beginning at a point 2136 feet north of the southwest corner of section 22, Township 21, Range 8 west, In Rice County, Kansas, in the center of Monroe Street; thence east along the center of Monroe street to the right-of-way of the Missouri Pacific Rail way Company; thence north 193 feet; thence west to the west line of said sec tion 22: thence south 193 feet to the point of beginning. The Sterling Land and Investment Company's 1st Addition to the City or Sterling. Kansas, is as follows: Beginning at a point 1315 feet south of the northwest corner of section 22, Town ship 21, Range 8 West, in Rice County, Kansas, thence east 500 feet: thence south 800 feet to the center of Jefferson Street; thence west 500 feet to the west line of said section 22: thence north along the west line of the said section 22 to the place of beginning, and containing blocks 6, 7, 8, and 9, in said addition as shown by the recorded plat thereof In the office of the Register of Deeds in Lyons, Rice County. Kansas. The Sterling Land and Investment Com- Sany's 2d Addition to the City of Sterling, :ansas, is as follows: Beginning at the intersection Broadway Street and Cleve land Avenue in the City of Sterling, Kan sas, thence east along the center of Cleveland Avenue, 400 feet to the east line of Sixth Street; thence north along the east line of Sixth street lueo reet to tne south line of Cooper Avenue; thence east 978 feet; thence north 800 feet to the center of Forest Avenue; mence west isa reel t" the center of Broadway Street; thence north along the center of Broadway Street 720 feet to the north line of Union Ave nue; thence west 1090 feet to the center of Ninth Street; thence south 1290 feet; thence west 189 feet; thence south 6fi0 feet; to the tract of land owned by Coop er College; thence east 127B feet to the center of Broadway Street: thence south along the center of Broadway Street 660 feet to the place of beginning. All of said city and additions being as the same are recorded In the office of the Register of Deeds at Lyons. Rice County, Kansas, as the official plats of the City of Sterling and of the said additions thereto. NOW, THEREFORE, t. George H. Hodges, Governor of Kansas, do declare by this proclamation the City of ? linfT, Rice County, Kansas, to be a eity the second class subject to the laws govern ing such cities. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my nam and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State. Done at the City of Topeka, this twenty first day of March in Seal. the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirteen, of the Independence of the United States the One Hundred and Thirty Six Year. GEO. H. HODGES, Governor. Attest: CHA8. H. SESSIONS, Secretary of State. LEGAL. as follows: General Revenue Fund, Miscellan r-"8 VH $1,446.71 ii Aeveaufl r una, tare De partment 2,293.12 vjcuerai jnevenue UTina, police Del partment General Improvement Fund.. Water Works Fund park Fund 4 Reserve Fund '. 1,386.66 2,627.14 1,008.60 424.75 69.2g published in The Topeka State Journal March 22, 1913. PRO- OOP OPTTBON. ROOMS 301-15 MJLVANE BLDG. WR2TE US IFOR RATES TOPEEA, OFETCIAL CITY COMMISSION CEEDi.NGS. Commission Chamber, Topeka, Kansas, Thursday, March 20, 1913. The citv om mission met in regular adjourned session at 9:00 o'clock a. m., with the following commissioners present: Commissioners Bone, Miller, Stotts and Tandy 4. Mayor Billard in the chair. The minutes of the meeting of March 17 1913, were presented, read and. on motion of Commissioner Bone, approved as read. Claims and accounts against the City of Topeka for the first half of the month of March, 1913. were presented, read and, on motion of Commissioner Miller, recom mended to be allowed and paid from funds Total $9,366.13 miumuiucBuon irom a. n. purdy, gen eral snuperintendent of the Topeka Edi son Company, submitting the report of said company for the six months ending ct-cmuer ai, lvia, was presented, read and referred to the commissioner of finance and revenue. Communication from the National Vot ing Machine Co., by Chas. W. Hull, gen eral manager, withdrawing their offer of the use of their voting machines at the coming city election, was presented, read and filed. Communication from B. L. Failor, of Failor & Disbrow Plb. Co., asking permis sion to excavate in pavement in front of 1041 Arch street for the purpose of making gas connection, was presented, read and, on motion of Commissioner Tandy, the re quest granted. Cdmmunication front) Jacob A. Lott, relative to a refund of license paid by him for the Fidelity Mutual Life Insur ance Company of Philadelphia, was pre sented, read .and referred to the commis sioner of finance and revenue. Communication from the Triumph Vot ing Machine Co., alleging certain infringe ments by the National Voting Machine Co., presented to commission on March 17, 1913, and referred to the city attorney, was reported back with his recommenda tion "that the communication be filed," which report was adopted on motion of Commissioner Miller. An Ordinance relative to the use of vot- 1 ing machines at the general city election to be held in the City of Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, on Tuesday, April 1, 1913, presented to commission on March 13, 1918 came up for final passage. Commissioner Miller moved tnat in view or tne action of the National Voting Machine Co., the ordinance be placed on file, whleh motion prevailed. Contract for the extension of a water pipe on Western avenue from 17th street southward to 1710 Western avenue, ac companied by a cash deposit, was pre sented and Commissioner Miller moved that the mayor be authorised to sign the contract, which motion prevailed. An Ordinance appropriating money from certain funds of the City of Topeka to pay for bonds and interest coupons due April first, 1913, was presented for first reading. Annual report of the superintendent of the Water Works Department, was pre sented and filed. Report of the Food Inspector for the month of February, 1913, was presented, read and filed. Petition to construct a new cement sidewalk, five feet wide, frbm 8th avenue south to the north line, extended, of the alley immediately north of 10th avenue, running east from Chestnut street, on the west side of Branner street, signed by J. W. Feldner and a number of others, was presented, read and referred to the com missioner of streets and public Improve ments. An Ordinannce to appropriate money out of the General Revenue Fund, Gen eral Improvement Fur.d, Water Works Fund, Park Fund and 4 Reserve Fund, presented to commission on March 17, 1913, by Commissioner Bone, was taken up for second reading. Each section was read and, on separate motion, adopted. On roll call, the ordinance was passed by the following vote: Ayes, Commissioners Bone, Miller, Stotts and Tandy and Mayor Billard 6. - J B Larimer appeared before the com mission in behalf of Mr. Garlinghouse, Vi a vacation of Edgewood Ad dition to the City of Topeka- Commission er Stotts moved that the board of com missioners of the City of Topeka recom mend to the board of county commission ers of Shawnee County, Kansas, to va cate Edgewood Addition to said city, which motion prevailed. Commissioner none moveu mm of the state license tax on automobiles and motorcycles, tne uiiy structed to furnish free of charge, on and after this date, automobile and motor cvcle numbers when a registration fee of til 'dona?!. Paid, which motion prevailed. No further business appearing, on mo tion of Commissioner in"J, adjourned to meet at 11:00 o'clock a. m., Monh 22. 1913. ' ' City Clerk. LEGAL. March t-1913. SHEFFIELD INGALLS. President of the Senate. BURT E. BROWN, " Secretary of the Senate. Passed the House March 7-1813. W. L. BROWN, " , Speaker of the House. GEO. E. ROGERS, Chief Clerk of the House. Approved March J2, 1913. GEO. H. HODGES, 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 abovfe and foregoing Is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in mv offim IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF T h hereunto subscribed my name Seal. and affixed my official seal, this 16th day of March, 1913. CHAS H. SESSIONS, Secretary of State. Published in The Topeka State Journal March 22, 1913. SUBSTITUTE FOR SENATE BILL No. 339. Seal. Published in The Topeka State Journal March 22. 1913. SENATE BILL No. 416. AN ACT amending section L chapter 82 of the Session Laws of 191L authorising certain cities of the first and second class to maintain a system of artificial lights, and repealing original section I. of chapter 82 of the Session Laws of 1911 Be it enacted by the Legislature of th State of Kansas: ' Section 1. That section 1 of chapter 82 of the Session Laws of Kansas of 1911 be, and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 1. That the mayor a"d council or board of commissioners of any city of the first or second class are herer by authorised to specially Illuminate cer tain districts thereof, and to contract, in stall, equip and maintain a system of ar tlficial lights for that purpose In addition to the system of street lights usually maintained in such cities at large, in tne manner hereinafter provided. Sec. 2. Original section 1 of chapter 82 of the Session Laws of 191L is hereby re pealed. Sec 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the official state paper. I hereby certify that the above bill orig inated in the Senate, and passed that body Ar,ACT re'ating to the State Normal cscnooi ana its two auxiliaries, known as the Western Branch of the State Normal at Hays, and the Auxiliary Manual Training School at Pittsburg, and making appropriations therefor for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1913, June 30. 1914 and June 30. 1915. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state oi Kansas: Section 1. That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are - hereby appropriated out of any money in tne state treasury not other wise appropriated for the maintenance including salaries, equipment, repairs, apparatus, supplies and general expenses, and the erection of buildings, extension and Improvement of grounds, for the State Normal School of Emporia, and its two auxiliaries, known as the Western Branch of the State Normal School at Hays and the Auxiliary Manual Training School at Pittsburg, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1913, June 30, 1914 and June 30, 1915. TO THE STATE NORMAL AT EMPORIA. 1914 1S15 For maintenance, Including equipment, salaries, mis' cellaneous repairs, sup plies, advertising and general - exDenses and normal extension $157,500 $157,500 For the general repair and restoration nf the main building 40,000 20,000 For a new boiler and in stallation 5,000 For the president's con tingent fund 500 500 TO THE WESTERN BRANCH OF THE STATE NORMAL, HAYS. 1914 For maintenance, including salaries, equipment, sup plies, repairs. Improve ments of ground, general expenses, advertising and normal extension $50,000 For the purchase of fuel, freight and hauling 2,000 For the principal's con tingent fund 500 500 PITTSBURG MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL 1913 1914 For plumbing, heat ing and lighting and for the completion of the Industrial art building $10,000 For maintenance, including salaries, equipment, mis cellaneous repairs, sup plies, general expenses, ' , advertising and normal extension $75,000 For fuel and electric cur rent For the care, upkeep and general Improvement of buildings and grounds... For the purchase of addi tional grounds f f not less . than 35 acres contiguous . to the present campus grounds, such purchase to be. by the state board of administration by and with the consent of the governor 7.500 For equipment of Indus trial arts building If ap- proved by . the state board of admtnistration. 15,000 For the construction of a plant for heat, light and power including boilers, engines, generators, switchboards, tunnels other necessary equip- . msnt . . For the principal's contin- rent fund 500 Provided, that the state board of ad ministration of the Auxiliary 1915 $50,000 2.500 1915 4.000 .2.500 $80,000 - 4.000 2,500 32,500 ailrfirj-tw 4 1 i Z,ur-r..J'Kreoy authorised to draw his tTt I "ts npon tne treasurer of state tor by thma?enb'ed,VOUChe PPvd rental i moneys received from the S SrTb " - SSK? Bran'c'n Jfri J"ne 19,4 n1 30, 1915 ar We8teyrnaPBrarHate? r th SK "-'l, rXy authorized to draw his warrants upon teHrt1Ha8Urerw0f 8tate for ssme Spon verified vouchers approved by the man- f the SUt NorUl'school See. 4. The state board -it sdmlnlstra- bynautho,r"lz!dat? NrTai hool .r," he"! toy theur mft d each month, beginning ' July 1. liu vouher for not to exceed onehoand for a.if0V StatB Nal School and .hi h ot. tne auxiliary schools out of the general maintenance fund of said schools to be used In emergency to pay all ai",d afcount against said schools demanding immediate settlement. At the i...efiot e"h month ald board of admin istration., through its secretary and pu"- oTAfll "l'i flle wlth h uJltor or state an itemised statement of all th twn" Pa'a. out .ot 8uch und together with the receipts for the same. If dur ing any month any portion of said sums drawn during such month remain unused the secretary shall deduct such sums un used from the voucher for the following month. Sec. 5. Fees shall be charged to each ut f"t by the State Normal and its auxiliaries as follows: Students resid ing In states and territories other than Kansas, twenty-five dollars per year; students hospital fee, one dollar per ' if ft. "iouei scnooi, ror muslo and all other special courses and for all departments of summer school shall be fixed by the state board of administra tion; provided, that all money collected as student fees, and all other moneys collected from any other source whatso ever, except as provided in section two and section three hereof, by the Stats Normal School and Its auxiliaries shall be paid Into the state treasury and be come a part of the general fund of the state, except that moneys received for hospitals, music, material and laboratory fees by each of the above named Institu tions, shall be paid into the state treas ury, but are hereby reapproprlated and made available for the support and main tenance of the institution at which sird fees are collected. Sec. 6. The auditor of state is hereby authorized to draw his warrants upon the treasurer of state for the sums speci fied in this act, upon duly itemized and verified vouchers approved by the state board of administration of the Stat Normal School, or by such officer or of ficers as said board shall direct Sec. 7. The erection and equipment of the buildings and improvements provided for in this act shall be by and under the direction and management of the state board of administration of the State Nor mal School, upon plans and specifications to be prepared by the state architect ami approved by the said state board of ad ministration. Sec. 8. This act shall take efTect and ha In force from and after its publication la the official state paper. I nereDy certiry that the above bill orig inated In the Senate, and passed that bodv March 7, 1913. SHEFFIELD INGALLS, president of the Senate. BURT E. BROWN, Secretary of the Senate, passed the House March 10, 1911. W. L. BROWN. Speaker of the House. GEO. E. ROGERS, Chief Clprk of the House. Approved March 12, 1913. GEO. H. HODGES, 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 H a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file In my office. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my nam Seal. and affixed my official seal, this 15th day of March. 1913. CHAS. H. SESSIONS, Secretary of State, First Published in The Topeka Stats Journal March 22, 1913. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the School Board of District No. 42 Shawnee Loumy, Topeka), Kansas, until 2 p. m. Saturday. April 19th, 1913,. for the fur nishing of labor and materials and thif erection of a school building; also for the Installation of a system of steam heating. 600 1 dry closets and gas pipeing In the same, id- I All tn be in accord with the plans and Manual ! specifications prepared for the same by Training School at Pittsburg shall have John F. Stanton, Arch't., of Topeka, at the power to- lay off, appropriate and wnose onice plans ana specifications condemn for the state the land, and the ' may be seen on file. Proposals will b title thereto In fee simple, for which the addressed to Frank P. Rude, Director, appropriation is made, in the manner i care of the Architect. Covers will clearly provided for by law for the condemnation state what part of the work Is being bid of land fcr public buildings, if the land j upon and each bid must be accompanied cannot be purcnasea at a reasonaDie uj tcini.cu ncv .u. price satisfactory to the board; provided; cent of the amount, the same to be made rurtner, mat any uiicijirnHim balances left In any of the appropriations herein made at the close of the fiscal year end ing June 80, 1913, are hereby appropriated and are made available for the fiscal year ending June SO. 1914; and any unex pended balances at the close of the fiscal year ending June "90, 1914, are hereby ap propriated and made available for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1915. - - Sec. 2. All money paid into the state treasury during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1914 and June 30, 1915. as' Interest on the State Normal's permanent fund. is hereby appropriated for the support of the State Normal tscnool ana tne state f payable to Ralph E. Skinner, Treas., and to be forfeited to the Board In case the successful bidder fails for 10 days to enter Into contract and furnish the required bonds. The Board reserve the right to re ject any or all bids. THE SCHOOL BOARD. By ALBERT TOMLINSON. Clerk. PATTERN VYORXS. MODELS, patterns, experimental work. wood turning and mission furniture. A. Ridings. 912 Jefferson. Phone (177 W.