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THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS.
JANUARY 19. ! LABOR NEWS.t Election of Officers. The Topeka Trades and Labor Aaneni bly elected officers for the ensuing term , at their regular meeting held January li. The following are the new ofll cers: President, A. E. Thorson; Vice Weuiuent, 11. r. Miller; Secretary, k. i) Wilcox; Treasurer, W. S. Ilimh; Ser Koant-at-Armfl, D. W. Orublxs. TrustecH, 11. P. Miller, A. M. II. Claudy, Kdw. Kin ninger. ' ;:' Wm. H. Calliham Duarl, r nr... ii int. . .. .,.,... li,... tv ui. ii. vjfiniiKiin, n iiiouim;! in imi ihw union ino. z:, and ror a numner ojf year a barber In this city, died at th home of his father In Osage City, January 12, of consumption with which ha ' had been suffering for the past eighteen moruths. He had been married but a short time. The Journeymen Barbers' Union No 25 sent a beautiful floral design, a pillow with the letters T. J. P. 'J. No. 2.r on the top. Barbers' Mass Meeting. C B. Hypes, whose plans for organiz ing the barbers of the State to secure the. passage of a barbers' license bill at the next Bosslon of the Legislature ap pearod In the Advocate and News of re cent date, has Issued a call to every barber In Topeka, union or non-union, white or colored, to meet at the Trades Assembly Hall, 420 Kansas avenue, on Monday, January 24, at 8:30 p. m., for the purpose of considering and adopting some plana of organization, to be sub' mitted for the consideration of the bar bers of Kansas. The Kansas City Star says editorially of President Gompers' annual address The annual address of President Com pers to the National Federation of La box, at Its seventeenth annual meeting, is a reasonably conservative and satis factory utterance. Mr. Gompers is not addicted to the use of the extravagant or seditious language which character izes the addresses delivered by Sov erelgn and Debs and some other labor leaders, with reckless disregard of con sequences. He never gives voice to ex presslons that tend to make his hearers hate their country, and desire to tear down the structure of the free govern ment under which they live. He dls cusses public questions In the tone of a patriot, and with the fact constantly In view that the cause of labor must be ad vanced through peaceable, methods, not by an appeal to violence and by denun ciation of established authority, and by arousing a feeling of bitterness and ha tred hptwppn pmnlnvna nnrt omnlnvsi'ii The power of organized labor has had no more striking Illustration than the recent agreement of the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times to .head their editorial columns with the union label. Speaking of Us alliance with the local typographical union, the Courier-Journal says; "There was no good reason to prevent a compliance with the request of valued and trust worthy employes that the office should become unionized, and, after a full pres entation of the case by the employes of the papers, this wa3 agreed upon." The Fourth Estate. Some time ago Fred It. Ketchum, a blacklisted engineer, got a Judgment for damages amounting to $21,000 against the Northwestern Railroad Company. The Judgment has been set aside by a higher court on a technical error. Santa Fe Shop Notes. , Baggage car No. 636 has been given a new coat of point. . , Engine No. 830 was turned out of the machine shops last week. Engine No. 600 was turned out of the repair shop last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jaraea Snyder are the parents of a fine baby boy. Al Johnson, of the blacksmith shops, li the father of a fine baby boy. ; James Bowen, of the coach depart ment, was sick part of last week. Geo. Monahan was not at work last week because of the death of his father. r The old Santa Fe shop buildings on East Sixth street were reshlngled last week. r Way car No. 126 was brought to the shops last week for repairs road neces sary by a tail end collision at Argen tine. Machinist John l&plln was confined to his home part of last week on account of sickness. Harry Dustln had his hand badly cut while at work in the boiler shops, one day last week. Wm. Kintz, of. the blacksmith shops, Is slowly recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. Albert Morris returned to work In the coach department last Wednesday, after a week's illness. Sherman Hill, of the coach depart ment, was unable to be at work lust week on account of . Illness. Granville Betts was again at work in the blacksmith department last week, after several days' sickness. Engine No. 190, of the Atchison and Holiday branch, was brought to the shops for repairs last week. Grant Hanley, of the car department, was not at work part of last week on acount of the death of his father. Benjamin and Warren Dustln, of the boiler shops, were not at work part of last week on acount of sickness. Fred Johnson, formerly of the Union Pacific shops at Kansas City, has taken a position dn the blacksmith Bhops. Will Brasslngton, formerly of the Baltimore & Ohio machine shops at Zane3vllle, O., has acepted a position in the shops. Coach No. 81, way car 132, postal car 414 and baggage car 634 were overhauled in the coach shops and were turned out last Thursday. Engine No. 23, of the Osage City and Quenemo branch, is the smallest engine on the Santa Fe system. It was brought to the Topeka round house for slight repairs to be made last week. The Santa Fe will build 100 furniture cars. Material for a sample car has been turned out of the planing mill as Is the custom. This Is done so that in case there is any defect it can be remedied In the balance of the order.. 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A dictionary containing the defini tions of 10,000 of the most useful and Important words in the English langu age, is published by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. While It contains some advertising, it Is a com plete dictionary, concise and correct. In compiling this book care has been taken to omit none of those common words whose spelling or exact use occa sions at times a momentary difficulty, even to well ducated people. The main aim has been to give as much useful In formation as possible in a limited space. With this in view, where noun, adjec tive and verb are all obviously con nected In meaning, usually only one has been, inserted. The volume will thus be fouud to contain the meaning of very many more words than it professes to explain. To those who already have a diction ary, this book will commend itself be cause It is compact, light and conven ient; to those who have no dictionary whatever, it will be invaluable. One may be secured by writing to the above concern, mentioning this paper, and en closing a 2-cent stamp. THE POULTRY SHOW OF THE YEAR will be held in Chicago. Januarv 24-29. under the auspices of the National Fan ciers' Association of Chicago. The Bor den building. 214-216 East Madison St.. has been secured for the purpose (no tice the change in location), and the number of entries Dromlses to be verv large. Every prenaration is beinz made for the care and comfort of the poultry and pet stock when In the show room. Railways and hotels are convenient and those who visit th slinw ta-111 find h surroundings pleasant and the eihibitf l'TlWiilil,lffi.W;V'A'i1 'fll,.T"'fTH'W"wi'M"rrm'l'.n"i ' r J -in.. 3. tSTtflATES FVKN6HF.D ON HALF TONE EN03AVING3 ZINC ETCHINGS ELECTPOT YPE5 E IC highly entertaining. The Secretary, W. W. Hogle, 1015 Benson Ave., Evans ton, 111. (a Chicago suburb), will be glad to furnish particulars. Remember railroads are making special rates for those outside of the city who wish to attend. IMK SAI.K -Old established meat market (loin l' umia hnstness. Celling account, poor health. Harm's Ileal Kstnte Co., li;i Fast Fourt h street, To- pekii, Mm. IMTtM FOIt HA1.K-225 acres, fenced In Ave fields I with heitKe and wire: all retires good; twelve acres fenced tor hous; titty acres In pasture; I'M acres In cultivation: Imlnnce in meadow; tine or chard, .iim hearing apple trees, tiny peach and cherry trees; good vineyard; seven-room house In flrst-clnss repair; nice lawn: large stone barn, XOxtlO feet, drive way through center: mow will hold twenty-five tons of hay; lower part divided in corn cribs, oat bins and stalls for twelve horses. This Is a splendid grain and stock farm; It Is well watered with wells and living water; near Topeka. Possession March 1, 181. For price and terms call on or write to S. A. Hl'OTT, 1115 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kas. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. Three nice eighty acre farms per acre; Im proved. Want Topeka property. Many suburban homes, away down, on long time. Any number of acres you want, close to the city, on long time at K per cent. Several farms, at KIO per acre, from 4(1 to 240 acres, well improved, long time. Send me a description of your merchandise for sale or exchange. 1 always have euBtomers. John L. Howard, 415 Kas. Av., Topeka. IN THE Fertile Kaw Valley. A truck farm for sale. Twenty-two acres Just out side the city limits of Topeka. Will be sold in tlve acre lots If deslaed.- For particulars address "VIRGINIA' 3211 W. Tenth Ave., Topeka, Kas. BICYCLES . High Grade. Popular Prices. ffff ff VIM BICYCLE CO., Inc. UK.r1.11, bnibAbg, 3000 BICYCLES muat be eUmnt out at onct. Btsndanl '81 Bod.li, guarant'd, it to ww. ' modem to lid. Idhand wheel tolls. Shivoedtoanuons on tpriroTal without advance F deposit Groat nutorrclHrlnrMlt ' KARtf A HICY1U.E )rjtff&ttt. In th low FHKS DSK of Mmpl a''.jjiT'wz!C1 Intmluoi them. Wrtlo l ow o4 p.K.MeadUyciyCo.. Chicago, 111. LFIrst published December 22. 18W.1 Bond Redemption Notice. Reno County, Kansas. To the holders of bonds Issued to the Chlca go. Kansas Si Nebraska Railway Company, In numbers and amounts as specified below: Pursuant to the laws of the State of Kansa s and an order of the Board of County Commis sioners of Keno county. Kansas. I. W. E. Burns. County Treasurer of said county, hereby give notice that the following; described bonds, with accrued Interest thereon. Issued by Reno county, Kansas, to the Chicago, Kansas & Ne braska Railway Company: Numbers one to seventy. Inclusive, and numbers one hundred and seventy-one to one hundred and seventy five, Inclusive, bearing date Auust .fifteenth (15), 187. and of the denomination of one thou sand dollars each, bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, will bo paid on tlietifteenth(1.5th)dayof February, A. D. IHiiu, at the Kansas State Fiscal Aftency. In New York City, New York. And further notice is (rlven. that from the twenty-fifth 2rth) day of February. A. D. said above described bonds will cease to bear Interest. Seal.) W.E. BURNS. County Treasurer of Reno County, Kansas. Attest: W. 8. YEAGKR. County Clerk. Reno County, Kansas. 709 KANSAS AVE. AUERBACH A GCETTEL. 090 JANUARY 9 o Tag Clearing Sale and with it the lowest prices yet named on the Best CIothingthe Best Hats-the Best Fur nishing Goods. MEN'S OVERCOATS black and blue beaver all wool were $0.:w). 04 4f Red Tajrged down to O'h'rU HEN'S OVERCOATS-black. blue, brown IjI and tan shades of all wool Ker seys were $8.30 to $U50. tc cn Red Tagged down to $0iUU MEN'S OVERCOATS-Flne all wool Ker sey, elegantly made, some Clay Worsted llned.sllk sleeve linings, werefll.TO Q fC Red Tagged down to $0iUO MEN'S VERY FINE OVERCOATS-very lKst made-of finest Kerseys and Meltons were $13. QC Red Tagged down to.... OwiOw MEN'S ULSTERS Heavy Fr!ee Storm Ulsters, casslmere linings, were C 7C $8.30. Red Tagged down to 0 1 0. $6.90 HEN'S ULSTERS of heavy Chinchilla. li r rltv.e, .iitiwu uuu ncitvrr excellently made were $12.30. 00 CC lied Tagged down to iJlUiUJ MEN'S SUITS-of all wx.l Chev- M I M lot-were $ti. 4 C I Red Tagged down to srilJ r IIEN'S Sl'ITS-of fine all wool Worsted, in i iieviow ana xweeus, nunu- somely ma.le were $10. Red Taggtd down to. . . MEN'S FINE SUITS -handsome styles, very best fabrics-were $12. tO PC Red Tagged down to VUiUJ ONE LOT 130 Men's Very Flue Trousers pants that. If sold at their.worth. would bring $4 to $6 we offer unreserved choice from at the Red Tagged 2 45