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CASTORSI 5 4 a Iturcnlcss surmtitutc for Civrtor QiF,
INu'egovic, Strcno a::d Soothing ftyninn. It Is
pleasant. It contains neither 02um, Morphine nor
other Narcotic Huuatanco (Narcotics stupefy). Its
age Is its guarantee. It destroy Worms and allays
Fcvcrlshiicsn. It cures IHarrhusa and Wind Colic.
It Relieves Teething Trouble, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach ami ltowcls, giving healthy and natural
sicca. The Ciiihiren's I' a n a c c a The mother's
Ifrnut uro of
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"Mj patl.ntf IutatIaMjt pnlns I ho Action of jour
CutorlA," W.W.TuuiKB, M 1).,
Dodo, N, v.
"Dorlnifinf mi1lfl practice I kne of frtn
Ci wlwru yo-ir f'aloriA m yw rnl And uul
UltUfooJtuultJ." K.Mo"miii,M. I),
St. Loi'iU, Ho,
'",Yotir CaitnrU It ccrtAlnly t'u crrAtcct rrmnlj'
for tlilMmi 1 know of. 1 know i.o nilivr pro
prLlujr pttparttUiu Ml.lclt In ll rigniil "
11. U. lk.HWAi.lt. M D.
Kadm. lily, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years!
SENATOR LA FOLLETTE PITCHED
HAY AS HE DIRECTED
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVs'iaHBkJa-YIrf lXJ'J'9 TsW
ai ')'' r'll'i' l!"" Vv 'mi"r"n l'n.w a.h'm .n 5 ' jMrx!aafJPf
MADISON', Wla., Sept. 5. Stimior I-i I'ollutto directed his light for ro
nomination us lliu Itcpubllcau cundldatu fur ricnutor at the primary elec
tion Sept G from tils fnnu liotihc, tlircu iniliu from here. His campaign
managers and stenographers went over to tlio farm dully unil received Ills
dircctloiiK nuiliiR Die time between Ills political woik and his Bleeping
mid reading liou,r lie went out In tlio Melds and worked with the faun
lunula, pitching liny and grain and cultivating growing crops,
Thai iusrdescribes our new
for women have
embody every latest fashion-feature of the most expen
sive cmlom models now being worn in New Yoik and
you the perfect lit and
hoes because they
REGAL SHOE STORE
Kinp and Bethel
vjt -" ' nn every wrnppcr
7eiZiZUAC of ccniiliio C'ntlorlu
I un your (.'Astoria Ami IvIm 1U tuo la Ul
fAuiIUul wrlicra Ultra am children,"
J.W DiMDiLi, M. n
'TnnrrAt4orlAlth bet remedy In th world
for children And th only una 1 no. Atid recom-
lilcud.' AuALI Y.BwLTLAMD, M. 1) ,
"IhATou'MfonrCutftrlAM a parcatlvo In tli.
MM of clnlilnn for yiar pnt with mo.tupjj
rffVct, and fall 1 ulurro It A. a .afo remedy."
It. D. l)stn,M.i,
in Women's Reoal
oilier re.irlv.tn.wi?.ir shoes
their trim, graceful lines.
I hese Kegal stylet also give
comfort of made-to-measuie
are made in quarter-sizes.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Sept. 10.'
President Tnft lias ordered Hie
Nnvy Department to put two cruls-
er3 in rcadjr.css to cirry him to P.1-
nama on November 3. This It the
Itirt des.'unallon of the day r.n which
he will sail, nltliouKii It hag been
ktiiiwn for tome time that he In-
tended fn mnKn the trip In-fore the
end of the jear uud that an armored n hatful of sweet-smelling Glolre do
cruiser wou'tl be detailed as convoyiDIJon roses nodding saucily on their
to the one on which tlio President
win tnxe passage.
Today's decision seems to
been reached after the President nnd
his advisers had thrashed out differ
ences of opinion as to the wisdom
of tlio trip In a year when tlio for
tunes of his party aro In peril. The
date chosen Intimates that ho may
have deferred to the views of oth.
ers by putting off the trip until aft
er the elections, when the worst will
be Known and n brief absence from
the country may divert his mind
from the uupleasnnt reflections that
would certainly beret him nt homo
should the pirty go down.
Ilepoits that leaih here say that
Vlce-Pretldent Sherman and Senator
ldrlcli were specially persistent In
urging him not lo quit the country
at all this j ear. Political cortill
(Ions were the reaons behind their
arguments. Ills replies to these ob
jections ate said to hnve been that
polltl-al conditions ought to have no
bearing whatever on tlio trlj,. nnd
should not llilluence him.
Ills own lew wns that he ought
lo go to Panama as nu official duty.
Probably, "the dirt would continue
lo fly," ho said, whether ho went or
not, but ho believed nt the snmo time
that tlio canal officials and men
would be encouraged by n lslt from
the President, to show his interest
In their work.
It Is early to say by which cruis
er he will take passage. Only tlio
North Carolina, Montana and Ten
nessee are at- present availnblo In
Atlantic waters. lie made a pre
Inaugural trip on the Noith Carolina
with the Montana ns convoy.
That alignment for him Is not
uiuiiveiy iu ue mane ngaiu. u ue
publlcnn divisions develop, ns now
threaten, his disposition to do things
In his own way will doubtless Jie
strengthened. Thoe two hps have
served only 'himself for an official trip
to Panama, while the Tennessee wns
one of tliH convoys nf tlio Louisiana
when Mr. Itoosovelt made a Presi
dential visit to tlio isthmus. itci
minders of Itoosovelt will naturally
be excluded nt this time.
The Itoosevelt trip occurred In No.
vcmber, 1908. Ilcsldes the Louisi
ana, on whli h ho sailed, the crulsor
Washington went along as convoy,
as well ns tlio Tennessee. Tlio deci
sion now to go with two ships In
stead of three follows President
Taft's own pro.lnaugural precedent,
and is presumed to have no relation
to Mr. Roosevelt's ampler sense, or
the dignity of tlio President's
Naval officers say that It the Im
portance of the Presidency was
gauged for such nn occasion by the
wealthy, political strength or popu
lation of the country, the order
would havo been given for more than
tin eo ships. In their view the Pres
ident doesn't choose to look to Mr.
Itoosovelt for an example In any
thing affecting his office, nnd ho
doubtless thinkB that the dignity of
the voyage will be sufficiently assert
ed by a single convoy.
OPIUM IN ORIENT
Nicotine Aids in the Conquest
of the Sleeping Drug
LONDON, Beptembor 10. Letters
from Shanghai stato Hint whllo opium
smoking Is being put down in most
piovlncos with n stem hand. It Is
clear to tuo vigilant observer in Chi
ncso treaty imrtx that equally obnoxi
oils means aro being found to vvnxk
tlio Orlontnl victims of (he drug hnhlt.
Wherever thcro H a Kuropean settle
ment, at any ralo, such drugs as inor
phla nre Increasing In rialo, and un
easy whispering nre going on ninoni;
those who romo In contact with suf
fcrers from physical and mental Ills,
I'or that reason, therefore, tlio nc-
HvltlCB of Anglo-American firms to In
troduce cigarettes to the Chinese mar
ket aro welcomed JanancM! are also
In the trade, but tlio most successful!
wares nie locally mado from Iliinnn
tobneen, and today Micro uro limine
nndu of ChlncGO between Shnnghal
mid Viinnn with tlio telltale stain nt
nlcotlno nu their lingers Into llio
west, where tlio opium habit hub clung
must ti'iiuclouhl) to lliu IVOllo, Urn
skilled drummers of lliu l-istorn to
bacco linns liuvii pom tinted In pel'
suailo tlio natives In illscmd tint drug
for tlio goddess of nicotine. And ov
try vit'uk the sales fioui Hankow uud
Hluiimliiil factories lucrcusti In vo
lition i a I t
On Hie singe women qiiurl only
lilmul liii'll, hut III Hill life till')' qil.ir-
hi uboiil iiny old Hi lint
LONDON. Sept, 10. All Innenlotn
foreigner linn patented n contrivance
wlilcli lie cnlls tlio reservoir hat,
which will cnahlo the ladles In his
country to wear fresh!) plucked flow-
ers cm their headgear when they take
iher wnllt nhroaiL Our leaders of
fashion may surprise i In the near
future by appearing In public with
heads, or a
Ifivelv Mfirnv nf plnnf p,n
Inatlons and llllesof the valley scent-
lug tlio railway carriage In which
wo havo the pleasure of traveling
The possibilities of artistic color
schemes nre unlimited. It would
seem that all nuf women folk will
have to do If they want to match
or harmonize tlio color of the frock
they nre wearing with the natural
decorations on their heads I
Into the conservatory and
whatever (lowers they consider np-
proprlate. Some little difficulty may
he experienced by the lady wjio is
dcwild of taste, hut, as It was ex.
plained, all sho would lime to do
would bo to send her reservoirs
round to the nearest florist's, with
ji.irllculnrs of the dress she was gn
lug to wear with- It
A well-known West llnd expert,
however, spoke unfavorably of the
latest novelty, which he described as
'Impracticable and nbusnl.
"The chief objective with the real
artist In millinery," he said, "Is to
rnmhlno elegance 'With tightness.
And then they talk of nuking tlio
poor creatures to wear a bath of
water on their heads! Why, It's ri
diculous! . "Can't ott Imagine the chagrin or
n court dame who met a royal ac
quaintance nnd gave hltn a gratui
tous cold doucho from her reservoir
hat as she Iwnt low In her greeting,
or of thcr gorgeously dressed lady
who, bending down to manipulate n
refraitnry shoe laco as she sat In
her carrlngo, showered herself with
a tank ful of semi-stagnant water!"
BALLINGER'S HEAD COMES
OFF, SIGNS INDICATE
Commitjee Meets nnd Interior
Secretary's Friends" Aro
ST. PAUL. Minn., Sept. fl. It np
pcars In be all over lmt the actual
casting of tlio black balls in tlfb
llnlllugor case. The (Investigating
comuiltteo will meet tomorrow In
It Is most significant that the prln
clp.il absentees nre the members or
the Ilalllnger committee who have
been known as most sympathetic
with llalllnger's side of the cose.
l'llnt of California and Senator
Hoot of New York, usually number
ed with the regular Republican nia
Jorlty of seven, counted on to apply
the whitewash, are not hero nnd nre
not expected. Flint Is In Europe,
Ho Is said to be slated for the secre
taryship as soon ns Ilalllnger can bo
pried loose from the portfolio.
On the assumption that this re
port Is true, a natural delicacy would
forbid that Flint would he active In
llalllnger's excision from the Taft
This leaves the supposedly pro
Ilalllngcr division of the commltteo
reduced to five, of whom two nre
still absent fiom Minneapolis. Too
missing members are Representatives
Olmstcad of Pcnns)lvnnla nnd Denny
An urgent call has been sent to
them to hurry to Minneapolis. It Is
pnsslhlo the meeting of the commit
tee will ho postponed until Thursday
to enable them to be present. '
PIRATES TAKE STEAMER
AND ROB PASSENGERS
Brigands Disguised as Travel
ers Overpower Crow of a
Vessol Near Harbin.
HAItniN, Manchuria. Sept. 12. A
band of brigands disguised as passen
gers held up a Uussluii steamer ply
ing on the Sungarl, twenty miles
south of .this Tbrt, today, and after n
despornto light overcame tlio crow
mid robbed tlio passengers.
In attempting to defend their ves
sol, the owners, two Itussluiii., were
killed, nnd many nt tlio Chinese crew
were wounded, as wero mul i,f the
eighty Chinese passengers us offered
Whon the pirates wero in control of
tlio situation they bound the passen
gers, the crew, it Itusslali sudor and
two Russian women nnd took till, val
uables of the captives at their leisure.
A llusslun iiuuljo.it was sent In pur
suit of the outlaws a.
a aa a
HoinuliiiiHS il Is Hie Jiiillor who
cleans out lliu bank .mil siiiiiel linns It
Is lliu cashier
Don't expert loo nun li nf Hie dlr
Ijjbln bill loon that is s'lapecl like u
If you uro not cutWtlml tvllli )nur
lot, linn titer In u real t.llu unenl.
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FOUNTAIN SODA . WORKS
NATIONAL PLEA FOR
Manufacturers of tlio United
States Will Send Committee
to Confer With Congress,
NEW YORK, Sept. C A nation
wide movement looking toward tlio
recstahllshmeut of the American
merchant marine has been launched
among the big manufacturers nt tlio
it Is proposed to hold n convention
at which n tommltteo will he np
liolnted to wait uKin Congress and
show the members of the Senate nnd
House why the United States should
cease paying the 11100,000,000 nn-'
nual toll to the foreign steamship
Proof will be presented to Con
gress that this country's commerce
In every part of the world Is re.
treating before the great merchant
mnrlno fleots of rival countries. The
constituents of all Congressmen will
bo asked to put their representatives
on record, so that none may dodge
One of the most uctlvo organiza
tions In the fight for restoration of
American shipping Is tlio National
I'luno Manufacturers' Association. It
has n merchant marina committee,
of which J, A, Coffin Is president.
"Not only the manufacturers, but
every man and woman In the United
States should work to rebuild the
Amorlcnn shipping," said Mr Cof
lln, "It will bring prosperity to
everybody. We will not only save
the 1300,000,000 we now piiy the
fuielgn steiinmlilp trusts us an nu.
mi a I tribute, but wo will develop our
loniinerift abroad und add to our na
tional revenues In that way."
a a i
Speaking nf oratory, inuiiv almllow
rruuuikH nr" iiilert'd In it volut,
l,li loiluy us your lust Ttimiirrmv
you niiiy full In wuku up
And all whoso palates
aro capable of appre
ciating purity and an
exquisite delicacy of
flavor aro unanimous
in their preference for
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