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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1907: SNAPSHOTS GUNKS SECTIONAL ' BOOKCASES J ? if OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES None Better hi One of the Important Duties of Physicians and M RQS. 1 V Crosby B a. w is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur ers of medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is well known to physicians and the Well-Informed generally that the California Fig Syrup Co., by reason of its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy. TRUTH AND QUALITY appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it' involves the question of right living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour of recreation, of enjo3rment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels , that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because of the excellence of the combination, known to all, and the original method of manufac ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. , This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural? laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effects always note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of Figs or by the full name Sj rup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs which has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout the United States in original packages of one size only, the regular price of which is fifty cents per bottle. Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C, that the remedy is not adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Louisville, Ky. San Francisco, Cal. U S. A. London, England. New York, N. Y. WESTERN ASSOCIATION GOSSIP. WHERE THEY PLAT TOMORROW. Topeka at Oklahoma City. Webb City at Leavenworth. Springfield at Hutchinson. Wichita at Joplin. The White Sox pulled out for Okla homa'City early this morning and will arrive in the new state metropolis about noon. Four games will be played that city, after which the team will make a long jump to Joplin for four more. If the team breaks even on this trip it can stand the pace with the best of them. Before leaving for Oklahoma City last night Jack Forrester, the popular blonde twirler of the Sox was given his release. Manager Crow felt that the team was carrying too many pitch ers and as most of the twirling staff were getting away better with their games the ax fell upon Forrester." For rester signed up with Webb City and left for Leavenworth with that team this morning. Jack will strengthen the Webfeet considerably as they are badly In need of men. Ralph Westcott. the popular Joplin pitcher, who is better known as Happy on account of his sunny disposition, was married to a Joplin young lady a few days ago. This was the culmination of a romance which began when West cott met his bride on a street car com ing In from a game which he had won by superb pitching. Mclnnis did not accompany the team on the trip last night. He worked in the box during- the greater part of the game yesterday, during which time he was almost unhittable. He was wild, however, and did not know the gen eral location of the plate. This is pro bably due to the fact that he has not worked in a long time. His work show ed that he is getting into condition again and Captain Hurlburt said last niBht before leaving that he expected to work Mclnr.is regularly upon the re turn to Topeka. Manager Herman Crow did not ac company the team last night but will go down tonight. A letter has been received from Dav id Zearfoss which Intimates that the popular catcher with Topeka awhile last season would like to come back and that he is in shape to obtain hi9 release. He is now playing on a team In the Interstate league. In case Henry has to go back to WiUiamsport as may be probable, Zearfoss will Join the team and work in the cage. Landreth will not Join Webb City as has been reported. Landreth was loan ed to Webb City by the local manage ment but he refused to go and says that he is through with baseball. Landreth rented a large farm in the western part of the state a few days ago and will probably make that his occupation and forsake the diamond. Jones will probably work against Ok lahoma City today, leaving Bunton to work tomorrow. Walter Eoles will leave to join the Fort Worth team in about a week. He has only been loaned to. Fort Worth and will report to the local team at the end of tha season In the Texas League which occurs September 2. This will givj him about three weeks with the local team at the end of the sea son. Charles Merkle, the pitcher who will come in his place, was one nf th best southpaws in the Texas League 1 view prospective jurors in the inter ihl .vfdr. xias iois or smoke, plentv I v-uici ucpmj ui curves ana a jump oan mat is hard HE SUBVERTED THE LAW Substance of Grand Jury Finding Against Chief Dinan. San Francisco, June 4. The grand jury has filed with District Attorney Langdon a formal complaint against Chief of Police Dinan, charging him with willful and corrupt misconduct in office in that he subverted the law in endeavoring to secure the acquittal of a defendant without the knowledge of the district attorney. The defendant in the case was Mayor Schmitz and the investigation by the grand jury grew out or tne accusation or Assistant Dis trict Attorney Heney that Chief Dinan had attempted to tamper with the talesmen drawn for the jury which is to try the mayor on the charge of ex tortion. Chief Dinan was accused by Assist ant District Attorney Heney of having detailed some or his omcers to inter to locate with the bat. His onlv weak ress is a slight lack of control at times tout tnis can be eradicated by giving mm pieniy or wcm to no. .t least that was the way they worked him last year. SCALPING IS UPHELD. Chicago Judge Decides in Favor Ticket Speculators. of Chicajro, June 4. The twelve Chi cago theater managers and ticket scalpers who were arrested charged with violating the law by selling theater tickets at an advance over the published rate, were discharged when their cae was called in the municipal court. Their dismissal was on the ground that the section of the state law under which they were arrested was unconstitutional. Republicans Defeated in Portland. Portland, Ore., June 4. Harry Lane, Democrat and Independent candidate, was re-elected mayor of Portland yej terdav by 1,500 majority over T. C. Devlin, Republican. yQ, f7 you want d to start an mm appetite "boom" et tie children SM know you have YL a package of "l Gin c e r S n aps. ' Cantbebcat ifw NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPAMY mitted that he detailed men to shadow some of the men on the venire,- but de clared that he did so because he want ed to see that no improper person got on the Jury. Another basis for the information filed by the grand jury is the accusa tion that the chief afforded protection to a disorderly resort. Dinan has ten days to answer the complaint and must appear in the superior court with removal from his position as the pen alty if he is found guilty. THE RAINS ARE FREQUENT. Santa Rosa's Greatest Need Is a Sugar Beet Factory. Santa Rosa, N. M., June 4. The Santa Rosa Business club has been organized with strong committees on public utilities, dry farming, sanitar iums and advertising. The rapid de velopment of the town and surround ing territory necessitates systematic care of inquiries and investors. Club rooms and exhibits have been provid ed for. The permanent secretary is J. L. Trujillo: president. C. H. Stearns. Amons; the needs of the town are a good iron bridge over the Pecos river, waterworks, electric light plant, sugar beet factory and alfalfa mill. The foundation was dug on the 30th ihst for the larse Catholic church about to be erected. This volunteer work was participated in by nearly every able-bodied man in the place re gardless of creed distinctions. It was a most enthusiastic gathering. Music was furnished by the Santa Rosa brass band. About $100 worth of work was performed in a few hours. Rains are frequent ana all crops doing finely. The dry farmers are in a fair way to have a most successful year. YOUNG FISH TO SALINA. Agent Will Protest i.t Discharging an Employe to Make a Place. Salina, Kan., June 4. Stuyvesant Fish, jr., who is to take a position at the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific depot here, has not yet arrived to go to work. Several letters came in Monday for the young man, but no one connected with the depot knows anything about him. I. A, Whittemore, the agent, states that he does not know what work he will give the young man when he ar rives. Each place is being- acceptably filled and he will protest at any of the force being discharged to make a place for the young millionaire. ' Kasson Breaks His Arm." Washington, June 4. John A. Kasson of Iowa, famous as a diplomat and law yer, fell hero tonight and fractured his arm and after being carried to his home was reported in a serious condition. He is 85 years old. Mr. Kasson is the for mer special reciprocity commissioner of this government, former member of congress, former member of the American-Canada joint high commission and has held many other high offices and is a member of numerous clubs. Old mirrors look like new when re silvered at Coe Bros., Cut Rate Art btore. 832 Kansas avenue. Bids have been called for the erec tion of the new Lane school building in the First ward by the school board. Ihe exodus of graduates and stu dents from Washburn and Bethany colleges has commenced and will con tinue for the remainder of the week S. J. Crumbine. secretary of the state board of health, .has started a fight on chewing gum for no other rea son, however, than that it is adultera ted. . . Home grown ; strawberries have made their aDDearance on the local market, but they look like counterfeits wnen compared with the southern berries. Reports from the country indicate that the few strawberries the late fro&ts did not get are ripe, though they are about as scarce as hen's teeth are said to be. , . mere will be no more ball games for eight days as the White Sox left for Oklahoma City this morning for four games to be followed by a four game series at Joplin. Once more William Core, the dog catcher has given notice that all un muzzled dogs will be taken up regard less of the fact that their license has been paid by their owners. Contrary to the usual order of affairs new potatoes are worth almost double as much at the present time as when they first made their appearance on the Topeka market a month or six weeks ago. One by one the idols of the bleacher fans step down and out at the edict of the captain of the team, and no more will the form of Cy Landreth be seen gamboling in the left garden of the White Sox. S. S. Ashbaugh, attorney for the state board of railroad commissioners, left for Washington Monday, where he will appear before the interstate com merce commission in two cases in which he is interested. " W. P. Hemphill and wife left for Chicago this morning', where as secre tary of the Independent Telephone companies of Kansas, he will deliver an address before the National Inde pendent Telephone association. The lawns about, the city are show ing the effects of the recent rains and the unlucky man 1 who owns a lawn mower spends much of his time in propelling it over the fast growing lawns rather than see the grass seed. Sometime ago the city fathers auth orized a raise in the salaries of the linemen of the city $5 a month by a resolution, but it now develops that such an action is illegal and that an ordinance to that effect must be pass ed. Among other things picked off of the blind baggage by. Santa Fe detectives this week was a young man who prov ed that he was a bankrupt Kansas uni versity student trying to reach home without ' the formality of paying his fare. 1 The Indications are that some dray man not appreciating his patron, has overcharged Sam Radges, at any rate Mr. Radges has petitioned the city council to pass anordinance fixing the rate to be charged by baggage and express men. ' A meeting of the local poultry breed ers will be held this evening at the of fice of Poultry Culture in the Crawford building, when plans lor the annual meeting of the state association will be discussed and plans Revised for se curing the meeting for Topeka. Because Mrs. Lillian Parkinson's cat developed an appetite for young chickens which it insisted on appeas ing at the expense of the chicken yard of a neignoor w. u. HumDfrt, the lat ter was fined $3 by Judge Urmy. Of course he had killed the cat. Councilman Blakeley may not realize the fact but he has made a powerful bid for popular favor by introducing an ordinance compelling merchants to Metal Beds Red ucea for Q uicK Clearance The Beds offered in this sale might well bs called remnants, as we Lave only from one to six of each style left. But they occupy almost as much room as though we Lad a full stock of them. We need, the room. To effect a complete clearance, tLe prices Lave Leen radically reduced. WLat a money-saving opportunity it offers prospective Loms furnishers, boarding Louses and Lotels ; provided, of course, tLey act quickly ! SCALY ERUPTIONS COVERED HIS BODY Itched Constantly Scratched Until Blood Flowed Suffered 10 Years Doctors and Medicines Were Fruitless Tries Cuticura and Is Completely Cured BY THREE BOXES OF CUTICURA OINTMENT "When I tu about nine years old small sores appeared on each of my lower limbs. I scratched them with a brass pin and shortly afterwards both of those limbs became so sore that I could scarcely walk. When I had been suffering for about a month the sores began to heal, but small scaly eruptions appeared where tha sores had been. From that time onward I was troubled by such severe itching that, until I became accustomed to it, I would scratch tha sores until the blood began to flow. This would stop the itching for a few days; but scaly places would appear again and the itching would accompany them. After I suffered about ten years I made a renewed effort to effect a cure. The eruptions by this time had appeared on every part of my body except my face and hands. The best doctor in my native county advised me to use arsenic in small doses and a salve. I then used to bathe the sores in a mixture which gave almost intolerable pain. In addi tion I used other remedies, such as iodine, sulphur, zinc salve, 's Salve, 1 Ointment, and in Tact I was con tinually giving some remedy a fair trial, never using less than one or two boxes or bottles. All this was fruitless. Finally my hair began to fall out and I was rapidly becoming bald. I used 's , but it did no good. A few months after, having used almost everything else, I thought I would try Cuticura Ointment, having previously used Cuticura Soap and being pleased with it. After wring three boxes I was completely cured, and my hair was restored, after fourteen years of suffering and an expenditure of at least $50 to S0 in vainly endeavoring to find a cure, I shall be lad to writ to any one who may be interested in my cure. B. Hiram Mattngly, Ver million, S. Dak., Aug. 18, 1906." 'So'd throughout the world. Potter Drag A Cnem. Corp., Sole Prone., Boston.. Mub. s-lUUed Free, Booklet on uu Skin and Blood. Tkis Bed Special at $2.75 A strong, substantial, full-sized bed, made of a good grade of hollow tubing, by the use of which great strength with light weight is obtained. In plain white enamel finish. Each poat is surmounted by a cast brass knob or vase. Height of head, J0 TtL 49 inches; height of foot 45 inches. As long as they last at the special price . . L J ALL BEDS ARE FULL SIZE I OTHER REDUCTIONS $6.50 continuous post head and foot; very strong and substantial; white enamel finish. f. QC Now , . tt7 D $9.50 artistic oval design; Vernls Martin finish; fillers Joined by ornamental castings. C7 OC Now $12.50 the foot of this bed comes to within 4 Inches of the floor. Round center panels In head and foot with "brass fillers. Vernls Martin. Q OQ Now iP".07 $16.50 heavy, 1 Inch posts with cast ornaments; artistic castings unite the fillers; fl 7C Vernis Martin finish. Now 4lf3 $20.00 oval design, head and foot; with alternating round and square fillers; rich moss fl s ri green finish. Now . . . O JJ $21.50 square head and foot with 2-inch corner posts surmounted by cast brass ff fj tf knobs; Vernis Martin finish. Now. 4)1 lw $27.50 brass bed. Three-quarter size; 2-inch posts and Vi inch fillers; satin finish with T Cf polished ornaments. Now 4)CCiDJ $47.50 very fine brass bed; head and foot made of 2 Inch, seamless, continuous tubing; brightly bur nished and lacquered. Stands 64 CQ Qf inches high. Now JJ7JV OTHER REDUCTIONS $4.00 plain but highly artistic design; corner posts surmounted by cast brass vases; white 7 "3 1ft enamel. Now iJ.l 7 $8.50 oval design head and foot; Vernis Martin fin ish; head stands 5 feet high. ff tp Now .41 0.4 J $10.00 Vernls Martin finish; continuous posts; or namented with cast trimmings. r j Cf Now J) ( ,3U $15.00 corner posts, of 1 tubing; two oval panels in head and foot with satin finish, brass fillers; Vernis Martin, . T1 1 HO now 3ii.yo $20.00 square designs; one row of brass and one row of Iron fillers In both head and foot, ff 4 r gg Vernis Martin. Now 4lUUU $25.00 corner posts of 1 inch tubing; brass knobs and brass rods, connecting the two T "I O Cf posts; Vernis Martin finish 4IO.I)U $60.00 a beautifully designed Brass Bed with con tinuous post head and foot; the fillers are artis tically arranged In groups of two-three and five The whole Is very highly polished and lacquered Reduced for quick clearance . . " to 451.5 J sween the sidewalks in front of their places of business between the hours or 7 o'clock in the evening and the same hour in the morning. The pay roll for the police depart ment for the past month amounted to $2,225.57- and the number of men among whom it was divided indicates that the force is larger than at any time in its history but such is not the case, for the general shaking up which the de partment has received is responsible. It will cost County Clerk Zimmer man $100 for attempting to accom modate Mayor Green by drawing the jury which the statutes say must be drawn by the mayor in person accord ing to the ruling made by Judge Dana of the district court who assesses the cost of the jury erroneously drawn on the county clerk. A series of aquatic contests is scheduled for the local polywogs at the Central Y. M. C. A., natatorium for Tuesday evenings during the sum mer. Nothing develops speed and skill as does competition. There are a num ber of good swimmers In Topeka ana many of them are members of the lo cal association. Competition to decide their respective standing and as a mode of developing new strokes, etc., is a good thing and is meeting with approval. The events for tonight are 1 length swim or &o reet; gracerui aive: plung (for distance); 4 cross dives; and a 1 length relay. The events be gin at 8 o'clock and all men are invit ed to witness tne sports. XOR.MAX BAJISEY IS PROMOTED. CALHOUN IS FIRM. Declares He Will Never Confer With Carmen's I?nlon. Topeka Boy Moved XTn and Transfer- rea 10 uranance iiepanmeiit In a letter received from the war department Monday it was stated that Lieutenant Norman Ramsey of To peka. son of J. A. Ramsey, had been promoted and detailed to the ordnance or artillery department of the army. He has been ordered to report for duty at Sandy Hook, near New York city, July 1, and is probably now on the way home. His regiment, the Ninth infantry, will start home about July 15 next. General Rnger Is Dead. Stamford, Conn., June 4. General Thomas H. Ruger, U. S. A. (retired), is dead at his home here. General Ruger from 1871 to 1876 was superin tendent at West Point academy and then served two years as commander of the department of the south. He was made brigadier general in 1886, major general in 18? 5 and retired two years later. Wellman Expedition Starts. Tromsoe, Norway, June 4. The Arctic steamer Frith jof left here today for Spitzbergen with the airship and all the appurtenances excepting the Siberian sledges and dogs of the Wal ter Wellman expedition on board. The dogs will follow on another ship. San Francisco, Cal., June 4. "I have requested Patrick Calhoun and Henry T. Scott to be present at my office Wed nesday afternoon and meet with the conciliation committee organized by the civic league," said Governor Gillett yesterday. "I shall be present at this meeting If my duties which call me to Sacremento tomorrow will permit me to return in time. No definite plan of ac tion has been outlined by this commit tee. I met with the members today at their headuarters, being vitally interest ed in the peace of the city. Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Scott will be asked to confer with this body of men and efforts will be made tc effect a meeting between the contending parties in the series of strikes that are now injuring this city. It is the intention of this committee to meet and confer secretly with the men in control of the corporations at war with the labor unions and the officers of the unions now out on strike." In reply to this statement. Patrick Calhoun, president of the United Rail roads, said: "I have heard nothing whatever of the intentions the governor may have and I merely wish to state the company s position. "The United Railroads will never again deal with the local Carmen's union and any conferences held by any body with the view of bringing about recognition of the union will only be productive of harm by arousing false W?ti the mlnds of the men wh have left the company's service." SAX CARLO TO IXCORPORATE. Nordiea Will Sing With Uic Company Again Next Season. New York, June 4. Nathaniel Roth business manager of the San Carlo Opera company, organized last season by Henry Russell, will take steps this week to incorporate the company which is to make another tour of this country next season. Henry Russell, the im presario of the company, sailed lajt week for Italy to engage new artists. The plan of giving Italian operas at prices not exceeding $3 for the best seats will be followed again. Mme. Nordics will sing with the company after her engagements at the Manhattan, and is one of the large holders of stock. Remarkable Rescue. That truth is stranger than flnMnn hui once more been demonstrated In th mil. town of Fedora, Tenn.. the residence of v. repptr. fie writes: "i was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. Doctors failed to heln me, and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Then instant relief came. The coughing soon ceased; the bleeding diminiKhfd rapidly, and in three weeks I was able to go tc work." Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds. 50c and $1.00 at Arnold Drug Co., 01 noTin nansas ave. A social dance will be given by To peka Lodge, No. 622. Fraternal Union of America, Wednesday evening, Junf 5, 1907. A. O. U. W. hall. Sixth and Jackson streets. Admission 25c pei couple. Every body Invited. Extra lady 10c. dull &1HIPU(GI Every woman covet shapely, pretty figure, and many of them deplore the Iosb of their girlish formi after marriage. The bearing of children is often destructive to the mother's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided. aowever, by the use of Mother Friend before baby comes, as this great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upoo it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through :his critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the use of this wonderful remedy. Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per bottle. Our little book, telling all about this liniment, will be tb Bndf.sli Regolator Cs c A.