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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAI TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1807.
PJM - SSSSIB!iafc!S ,-fffiL rgqRTs-EK'iai jEEssgggi I Ml The Latest for Luncheon The perfect pastry confection Perfetto is a fairy sandwich of melting delicacy. Dainty and finely flavored it graces the perfectly appointed rable with a charm of its very own. a PERFETT0 1 Sugar Wafers for luncheon, dessert or afternoon tea are firmly fixed in public favor. Always fresh and ever ready to serve. Sold by all good dealers, in 10c and 25c packages. Made only in the Modern Bakeries of m i op se Kansas City, U. S. A. aDEssasgsji 1 i i :AST TOPcKAH Mrs. Harry St. John was the guest if Mrs. J. E! Wilson this afternoon. Mr. Ear! StockwelT of 305 Lake street is suffering with a severe cold. Miss Johnson of MeFarland, Kan., is the suest of her sister, Mrs. Dan Elm of Kline street. Dr. E. W. White left Sunday even ing for his home in Dayton, Ohio, to spend his sumor vacation. The engineers' wives and families will picnic at Vinewood park tomor row afternoon and evening. The Ladies' Aid society of the Third Christian church will meet at the church tomorrow afternoon. The Tuesday Embroidery club met this afternoon wikh Mrs. Edgar Manus at her home, 327 Adams street. Miss Avis King left yesterday for Humboldt, Kan., to spend a few weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leman. Mrs.. Susie Plank and children of Greenwood. Kan., spent the day with Mrs. J. D. Wilson of 414 Lake street yesterday. Mr. Harry Leman of Humboldt, Kan., spent Saturday and Sundav the guest of his sister, Mrs. Edward King of 318 Kline street. Mrs. Maud Gilyeat and small daugh ter, Marjorie, left yesterday for Inde pendence, Kan., to spend a few weeks' vacation with relatives. Mrs. John Petitt and sister, Miss Minnie Miller, spent Saturday and Sunday in Grantville. Kan., the" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dutter. Mrs. Clarence McGuigan. who has been visiting relatives for the past few weeks, will leave in a few days for San Francisco to Join her hus band. Mrs. Irene Franklin of 416 Ash street entertained this afternoon for Mrs. John Franklin, Mrs. Crouch, Mrs. Frank Dawson, Mrs. Will Hays, Mrs. Ellenberger and Mrs. A. C. Hays of Los Angeles. Shepherd-Parker A quiet home j m You can be sure to cet the right paint for any use without fuss. bother or uncertainty. This quality mark pro tects you in buying and using. Let us send you a coovof the comolete new oaint sruide "The Selection Paints and Finishes. If cannot supply you with the "Acme Quality" kind, we will. A. B. WHITING PAINT & GLASS CO. 62S Kansas Avenue, Topeka, V Pitrtrllmlw. r faL, ipjjssiir f I y. M m - Wiles wedding took place this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shepherd of East Hill, when their daughter Zella was united in marriage to Mr. Guy Parker. The bride wore a tan traveling gown. Only relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Parker left immediately on number 6 for Pittsburg. Pa., where they will make their home. OAKLAND GOSSI? bhS 1 1 3 3 a ' ii32'iiii'Jiiiiniiiii,'r,TTai Mr. Asa Bradshaw, a cousin of Mrs. Ira Orner, is visiting with the Orner family. Miss Carrie Taylor has invited some girl friends to spend the after noon tomorrow. Professor Van Orsdal is still busy though he does not have to care for a few hundred children. Mrs. Oscar Neil and children will spend the latter part of the week at the farm near Wakarusa. Mrs. L. Bisco will return from Kansas City today accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Walker, who will spend the summer here. Mr. Tennyson Myers of Eskridge and Mr. B. D. Reazin of Macksville. Stafford county, Kansas, both students of Washburn, visited Mr. Geo. Tillman yesterday afternoon previous to their departure for their respective homes to spend their vacation. The writer of the Oakland Gossip Is being severely criticised by the editor of a local newspaper. It is pretty hard to please every one, especially if you tell the truth, and the reporter is lying awake nights worrying because lie has offended 'the editor when he only meant to chronicle In his plain Way the happenings of our little vil lage. Don't be too hard on the re porter for he has other troubles. Missionaries Are Safe. Shanghai, China, June 4. The viceroy of Canton has reported to the government at Pekin that the dis orders at Lienchow and Pakhol have been suppressed and that all the mis sionaries are safe. Getting Falrtt a simple matter at any store where yon find the paints, enamels, stains, varnishes under the famous Acme Quality I QUALITY raarK. and Use of vour nearest dealer Mrs. Charles L. Wood save a pretty luncheon at the National yesterday in compliment to Miss Theresa Critch field and Miss Roxalena Johnson of Oskaloosa, who will be graduated from the College of the Sisters of Bethany tomorrow. The guests in cluded Mrs. Critchfield and Mrs. C. F. Johnson of Oskaloosa. Mrs. G. W. Young and the following Bethany girls: Miss Grosvenor Colver, Miss Ruth Price, Miss Helen Hazlett, Miss Eloise Pattison and Miss Mildred Poindexter. Daisies, the class flower, were tised for a centerpice, but the most effective feature of the decora tions were the pretty young girls who sat around the table brimming over with the happy excitement of the com mencement season. The Helianthus club will give a sub scription dance at Vinewood Friday night. The marriage of two former Wash burn students. Miss Edna Hazelton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Hazelton of Norton, and Mr. Clark Bush of Oberlin. which will take place at the bride's home in Norton Wednes day. June 12, is of interest in Topeka. Miss Bertha Dinsmore will go to Nor ton for the wedding. Mr. Bush is a banker in Oberlin where they will make their home. Kansas City Times: Mr. and Mrs. William R. Nelson entertained with a dinner party last night in honor of Miss Florence Rossington and Mr. Walter W. Colpitts. Tvns Trla MeKniarht of the high school faculty has gone to her home in Hiawatha where her marriage tq Mr. Paul Foulke of St. Joseph will take place soon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McKnight. At home in Hot Springs, S. D. Miss Mc Knight is a graduate of the University of Kansas and a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Mrs. J. W. Burt and Miss Louise irii9Tn will entertain their bridge club at the Country club Tuesday of next week. - New marrying stories implicate two of the state house girls. v The mnrriasre of Mr. Chancey Brown of Garden City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miitnn Rmwn of ToDeka. and Miss Grace Theodora Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodora smitn oi rnimoa burg, will take place tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown will go to Phillipsburg to attend the wedding. Mr. Rmwn is a graduate of the school of law of Washburn college and has been practicing his profession m uaraen City for about a year. Miss famitn is a graduate of the department of piano of Bethany college, Lindsborg, and had studied with Mr. Rudolph Ganz in Chi cago. m 9 m Mrs. H. A. Perry and Mrs. George C. Bowman will give a dinner baturaay night for the members of La Douzaine club and their husbands in nonor or Mrs. V. B. Kistler and Mrs. K. W. Wat son who are going away for the summer, -the- former to the .City ofM.ex.lco. and the latter to Michigan. Mrs. J. P. Wahle and Mrs. W. H. Bowlby will entertain one afternoon next week for Mrs. James of Minneap olis. Minnesota, who arrived yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bowlby. m m m The Beta Sorority of Washburn gave a luncheon today at the home-of Miss Helen Haughey, 715 Buchanan street, in compliment to Miss Lulu Healy, one of the members who leaves soon for a new home in California. Miss Helen Cartlidge will entertain a week-end house party at Lake View in honor of Miss Healy. Mr. Alden Weightman gave a party yesterday afternoon to celebrate his eleventh birthday anniversary. His guests were: John Prescott, Carl Ander son, Fred Beerbohn, Vernon West, Rollen Smith, Glen Logan, Chester Hol comb, Roger Savage, Jack Waggener, Leland Hayden, Arthur Cole, Roger Davis Marshal Crawford, King Roby, Houghton Albaugh, Hampton Shirer, Kenneth Sutherland, Edwin Clark.Lloyd Hart, Hamilton Chase, Jack Erickson, Stanley Copeland, Alburn Beal and Joe Fay. The marriage of Miss Nellie Cham bers and Mr. Ralph P. Rollman, will be celebrated at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. S. Dewey, 1217 Fifth street, west. The Rev. Dr. S. S. Estey will be the officiating clergyman and only relatives have been asked to the ceremony. Master Roland Chambers, the bride'3 nephew, will attend her as page. The house will be decorated with palms, ferns, carnations and roses. The bride will wear her traveling toilet of Copenhagen blue silk made in Jumper style with a lace waist, a hat in the leather shades trimmed with plumes and tan gloves. The wedding trip will be to New York city. At home after July 1, 1217 Fifth street, west. "I'm trying to find a graduation gift for a young girl." said a woman this morning. "But what can one give now adays that a Sweet Girl Graduate would look at when they are all receiv ing diamond solitaires bigger than their eyes and giving one another 'little re membrances' that cost 10 or 15 dol lars?" Hutchinson News: Mrs. Cora G. Lewis, of Kinsley, arrived this after noon and is the guest of Mrs. E. D. White. Mrs. Lewis will give a lecture tonight to the members of the Shakes peare club at the home of the Misses Gabrielson on East Sixth street. The Grace Cathedral Guild picnic at Mrs J. M. Meade's has been again postponed, this time until June 20. The women of the Guild have been trying to give a picnic all spring but every date set has been marked by a bliz zard. The Travelers' club gave an informal afternoon yesterday at the home of Miss Kittle Quinche in honor of three members who are prospective brides: Miss Frances Smith, who will be mar ried to Mr. Theodore Reichenbacher the latter part of this month. Miss Nellie Chambers, whose marriage to Mr. Ralph Rollman, takes place tomorrow morning, and Miss Mabel Chambers, who will be married to Mr, Frank Bartel of Los Angeles, June 11. Miss Nina Thomas will entertain the members of the Lakota club and their husbands at a fishing party at Silver Lake Saturday. " , Miss Ella Houser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Houser, 1032 Clay street, was married to Mr. C. W. Sears in Lawrence Saturday. The marriage was a comolete surprise to their friends. They are at home with Mr. Sears peo ple at .319 Qulncy street. ' -. w3. Newton Republican: The next meet ing of the city federation of woman's clubs will be held in Carnegie hall on Thursday afternoon. June 6 th. . There will be an especially attractive and In structive program as Mr. C. F. Nissen has kindly consented to exhibit his fa mous collection of Indian blankets, rugs and baskets. He will explain-the distinguishing features of the different weaves and colorings so that we may be able to place articles with the prop er tribe and at the correct period of its development. All who are Interested in this subject are invited to be pres ent. " , The marriage of Miss Ada Alice Brown, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Jackson Brown of 506 Western ave nue, and Mr. Wiliiam Henry Young of Enterprise, will take place tomorrow at the bride's home. Miss Brown is a teacher in the Topeka schools. Mr. Young is in the real estate business at Enterprise. - ' The farewell reception to be given to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Poindexter by Beulah chapter, O. E. S.. at the home of Mrs. Geo. O. Wilmarth, 1101 West Eighth street, is on Wednesday even ing. June 12, and not Friday as pre viously announced. m Invitations have been received In Topeka for the marriage of Miss Louise Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Barker of Pitts burg. Kan., and Mr. Victor Armitage H. Smith of Cherokee. I. T.. Tuesday, June 11, at the Barker home. Miss Gertrude Reed and Miss Edna Gafford will go to Pittsburg for the wedding and will attend Miss Barker as brides maids. Miss Barker has frequently visited in Topeka. She was formerly a student at the University of Kansas and is a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. At the commencement recital last night in the Washburn college chapel the following students contributed to the program: Miss Mildred Pestana, Miss Eleanor Simms, Miss Bertha Dinsmore, Miss Grace Boles, Miss Irene Schilling, Miss Ora Haile. Miss Vera Best. Miss Vera Simons, Miss Ethel Laing, Miss Effie Pagetind Miss Grace Page. The Art club had its final meeting yesterday afternoon at the Country club. Miss Helen Hogeboom furnished vocal music and Mrs. A. W. Dana gave readings. Mrs. H. L. P. Hillyer, Mrs. Harrison Morgan. Mrs. Margaret Wig gin and Miss Marian Garretson read papers. Those who attended were Mrs. A. W. Dana. Mrs. Robert Garver, Miss Marian Garretson, Mrs. H. L. P. Hill yer, Miss Helen Hogeboom. Miss Charles Lewis, Mrs. Albrecht Marburg, Mrs. Harrison Morgan. Mrs. G. J. Mul vane, Mrs. David Palmer. Mrs. Nor man Wear, Mrs. Margaret WIgfrin, Mrs. J. H. Churchill of Dodge City, Mrs Avery Turner of Amarillo, Tex. The meeting of the woman's society of the Central Congregational church which was to have been held tomorrow with Mrs. E. B. Merriam has been postponed for a week. m m m Miss Helen Rpielman gave a lunch eon Saturday for the following girls: Miss Tess Critchfield, Miss Mildred Poindexter. Miss Evsr Jones, Miss Roxie Johnson, Miss Marguerite Grant and Miss Mj-ra Tompkins i,' :.m i ; The Music1 Study 'club' tvill hold its annual picnic, at Mrs. .Campbell's home In Highland - Park Wednesday afternoon instead of Thursday, as an nounced. The members are asked to meet at tha transfer station at 2:30 o'clock. Notes ami Personal Mention. Governor and Mrs. Hoch, Miss Edna Hoch and Mr. Wallis Hoch will go to Baldwin tomorrow to attend the com mencement exercises at Baker univer sity. Miss Anna Hoch is a member of the graduating class. Among the Topeka Owl sorority girls who will go to Lawrence tomor row to attend the annual conclave are Miss Sue. Rodgers, Miss Janet Hurrie, Miss Mary MacLennan, Miss Clyde Bonebrake, Miss Henrietta Alexander, Miss Alice Larimer, Miss Leona Cur tis and Miss Dorothy Gleed. Miss Grace Koontz will go Friday for the dance that night. Mr. J. A. Clark of New York city is expected the last of the week to visit his father, Col. ciarK, ana nis sister Mrs. E. A. Austin. Miss Ruth Locke will be home from Baker university for the summer va cation this week. Mrs. Charles L. Wood and her daughter. Isabel Lois, will leave Thursday for Greensburg, Indiana, to stipnd the summer witn ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Graham, at their oonntrv home. Miss Fay Tlncher of New York, who is with the Joe WeDer company wnicn is playing in Kansas City this week, spent a few hours with her relatives in Topeka today. Mrs. Critchfield and Mrs. Charles F. Johnson of Oskaloosa are In town to attend commencement at the College of the Sisters of Bethany. Their daughters. Miss Theresa Critchfield and Miss Roxalena Johnson, are mem bers of the graduating class. Miss Colver of Kinsley is visiting her sister, Miss Grosvenor Colver, at Bethanv for commencement. Mr. Harry Southwick of Greenleaf, who was in" town for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. South wick, has returned to Greenleaf. Mrs. John T. Lagerstrom, Miss Marie Lagerstrom and Mr. Theodore Lagerstrom will leave late in June for Springfield, Illinois, to visit relatives and the northern lakes to spend the remainder of the summer. Miss Lois Stevens of Lawrence will visit Miss Cornelia Gleed next week. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Alkire left Sat urday for Jamestown. Va.. Philadel phia, New York and Washington. Mr. Ned Osborn and Mr. Dick Hay den have gone to the Tent City at the Country club for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cole of Streator, 111., are expected the latter part of the month to visit their daughter, Mrs. Fred Wilson. Miss Margaret Minney will leave for St. Louis Thursday, where she will spend the summer vacation with her sister, Mrs. R. M. Fulton. Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Minney will spend their vacation in California with NO COOKING ! ! Just a little cream or good milk and Grape-Nuts are ready. Eead "Tho Koad to Weriville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason" his brother, Dr. E. M. Minney. They will leave Monday,' June 10. Mr. and j Mrs.: Fred Wilson .spent Sunday In Kansas City. Mrs. J. M. Padgett will accompany Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Kistler and Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.' Grimes to the City of Mexico for the summer. Mr. Padgett win join tne party before the summer is over. Mrs. Eliza Rettiker of Iola is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Squires, 1012 Tyler street. Miss Arnold of the Potwin school has gone to her home in Capitina, W. va., to spend the summer. Kansas City Journal: Mrs. Robert Herrick, - 2730 Prospect avenue, and daughters, Genevieve and Sarella, have returned from a visit in Topeka, ac companied by Miss Jane Alexanders Mr. and Mrs. Howel Jones left Sat urday for New York, Washington and Jamestown, Va. Mrs. Graham Campbell and Mrs. Hugh Hodge of Wichita, will arrive to morrow to visit Mrs. W. A." Stanford at the Kemper. Mrs. Eugenia Sturgeon of 1266 Bu chanan. who was removed to Christ hospital some ten days ago for an op eration is improving. Mrs. Avery Turner of Amarillo, Tex., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Caroline Ten Eyck. Miss Kathleen Stanford will leave Saturday for Salt Lake and Denver. Miss Lottie J. Dugan left this morning for Los Angeles to attend the National Educational association meet ing, after which she will go to San Jose to spend the remander of the sum mer. Wichita Beacon:- Mrs. Charles Luling has returned from a visit to Topeka with Mr. Lullng. Junction City Union: Mrs. J. P. Wahle of Topeka, who was in the city several days the guest of Mrs. T. G. Kennedy, left yesterday for her home. Miss Ethel Pankey and Miss Daisy Lee Pankey are in Kansas City today. Miss Lola Pankey will return tomor row from an extended visit in the City of Mexico. Clay Center Republican: Mr. and Mrs. George E. Nye after a visit with Mrs. Nye's parents, ilr. and Mrs. Pe ter Engstrom, returned to Topeka this afternoon. Mrs. C. J. Jones and Miss Jessie Jones are at home at 509 Harrison street. Misses Anna and Grace Kann of Valley Falls arrived this morning to visit Mrs. L. L. Barney, 1120 East Sixth street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson and their children will leave tomorrow for their home in Mexico City. Dr. Deborah Longshore will accompany them. Miss Myrtle Hodge of Marison is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hodge. Mrs. P. C. Chamberlain is expected home the last of the week from Cali fornia. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Bowen of Mount Morris, N. Y., will arrive the middle of June for a visit to Mr. W. W. Whitney and his daughters. Mrs. Charles Bennett left Monday to spend several weeks in Michigan. Mrs. J. P. Wahle went to Junction City the last of the week for a visit to her sister. Mrs. T. Grey Kennedy. Mrs. E. James of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived Saturday for a visit to her brother, Mr. W. H. Bowlby, and Mrs. Bowlby. Miss Gertrude Bauer, Miss Minna and Ruth Bauer will take a trip through Yellowstone National Park this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Klingenberg and Madame Lunde Souther will leave June 7 to spend a few days at the Jamestown exposition. Mr. and Mrs. Klingenberg will spend the summer in the White mountains in New Hamp shire. Madame Souther will remain in Boston during the summer. Miss Oda Closson of Kansas City, formerly of Topeka, will sail June 8 with a party of Chicago friends for Europe. 1 . Miss Gertrude Mulvane, who is at tending Kemper Hall, Kenosha, Wis., and Miss Luclle Pollock, who is at The Castle Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson, will arrive home in a fortnight for the summer vacation. Miss Marguerite Mill3 will leave the last of June with her aunt, Mrs. Mer rill to spend the summer in Europe. n. ,q Mrs Oeoree M. Stone and M-ica TTeien I. Frances will sail June 26 from New York, Holland-American line steamer Potsdam, to spend several months in Europe. They will land at Potterday and win tour nonauu, - gium, France and Switzerland. Mrs. William R. Smith has return ed from a visit in Wichita. Mrs. H. S. Hayes and Miss Lucile Hayes of Iola are tne guests ut ivxio. M. F. Laycock en route to Ohio where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Springer of Kansas City were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAfee. Mr. James A. Thayer of Penn Yan, N. Y., arrived today for a visit to his sister, Mrs. Fanny Sutherland. . Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Samson left yes terday for Boston to spend the sum- ""mV and Mrs. Eben MacLeod of Evanston, 111., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thomp son left today. Miss Marjorie Thomp son accompanied them. Mrs. Hull and Miss Gertrude Hull of Salina are the guests of Mrs. N. H. Loomis. Mrs. M. A. Low has returned from a short visit in Tulsa and Dewey, I. T., and will leave Wednesday for a three weeks' visit in Marble Head and Bell Plain, la. Mr. Low left yesterday for Washington, D. C. Mrs. L. D. Whittemore has returned from a visit in Denver. Mr. Nat Black has returned from Chicago. Mrs. Black and her mother, Mrs. George Corning will remain a week longer. " Miss Mary Dallas Gage went to Kan sas City today to spend aweek with Miss Marjorie Davis. j. a WTood of Elmdale and Miss Yoxall of Russell. Kan., are in town fnr the Washburn - commencement. Miss Hila Wood is one of. the gradu ates. ' Mrs. Mehl and Miss Adele Mehl of Burlingame are the guests of Miss Irene Mehl who is a member of the graduating class at Washburn. Mrs. F. L. Campbell left yesterday for a month's visit in Galesburg, 111. Mrs. E. B. Cbwgill has returned from a trip to California.- Miss Helen Holcomb has returned from Gunnison, Col., where she spent the winter. . - Mr. Pierre Anderson- of San Fran cisco Cal., and Mr. Arthur Reed of Arkansas Citv will arrive the last of the week for a virft in Topeka. The primary department of the First Methodist Sunday school will be given a picnic at the Knox woods. Potwin, Wednesday (tomorrow.) Children, par ents, teachers and assistants will attend. All those who do not go in private con veyances are requested to meet at the church tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Will take the Sixth street car .t the church, which runs -within one block of the woods. The picnic is the result of a "Bring One" contest- The school was divided into two classes, "The , Reds" and "The Blues," with a captain for each. The side bringing the largest number of new scholars was to be given a picnic by the losing side. The Blues won. A happy time is anticipated. Hours from ten to three. Mrs. H. D. Rice of Chicago is visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Clevenger and other friends.. ... NATURE PROVIDES FOR SICK VOMEN a more potent remedy in the roots and tier bs of the field than was ever produced from drag-sin the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers few drags were used . in medicines and Lydia E. Pinkham. of Lynn. Mass., in her study of roots and herbs and their power over disease discovered and gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar ills more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value. During its record of more than thirty years, its long list of actual enres of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded person and every thinking woman. When women are troubled with irregnlar or painful functions, weakness, displacements, ulceration or inflammation, backache, flatulency, general debility, indigestion or nervous prostration, they should remember there is one tried and true remedy, Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. No other remedy in the country haa such a record of cures of female ills, and thousands of women residing in every partjof the United States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable compound and what it has done for them. Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health. For twenty-five years she has been advising sick women free of charge. She is the daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pink ham and as her assistant for years before her decease advised under her immediate direction. Address, Lynn, Mass. California Low Rates Daily June 8 fC From Topeka for the round trip to J vr L09 Ang-elea or San Francisco. Low rates other dates in June ti'?f; I and July. Particulars on request ga f j f " A. SANTA FE NOTES Kngine No. 1439 was taken out on trial trip yesterday afternoon by Engineer J. N. Kelly. Engine Nos' 1129 and 1092 were brought into the Topeka shops yesterday by En gineers Kelley and Burrell. Operator Ray Andrews has been tem porarily assigned to Argentine where he is working as relief operator. Fletcher Spurrier is a new employe in the freight auditing department un der A. A. Hayes, freight auditor. E. S. Gunn, traveling freight agent for the Santa Fe with headquarters at Kansas City was in Topeka this morn ing. Archie Pavey, clerk in the local ticket office, has returned from a short trip to Kansas City, Leavenworth and Pitts burg. Engineer Link Gallety is running on runs Nos. 17 and 18 between Topeka and Newton in the place of Engineer Gilpin who is laying off for a few days. General Superintendent F. C. Fox and Division Superintendent F. C: Cox went east in a special train this morning for a tour of inspection over the eastern division. E. E. Johnson, night operator of the local telegraph office, returned to work last night after having returned from Emporia where he has been working temporarily. Elmo Murphy who has been attending school in "Washburn college during the past winter has accepted a position in f CROSBY BROS. 50 Pairs byvf V v Ivir Express This ll$9 Morning V BROWN f BEAUTIES 1 Jf To be 6ure fifty pairs is not very many,Yf ' but it means a few of eacL sixe and will Vffli enable us to satisfy, for at least a day or '(J so, the incessant call for tbis, tne most V popular oxford we've ever bad. Tbose i 6ure : means to incess r IXOTZ who were unable from tbe last sbipment will do tbe morning as they're ture to illustrated above ; tbe leatber a ricb medium sbade of brown tbe same as before LYDLA E. PINKHAM 7. ask ior jracinc uoasb y Excursion folder. to 15, inclusive Return limit Aug. 31, 1907. Stop-overs at any Rook Island point. M. FULLER, C. P. A. .. ROCK ISLAND DEPOT. TOPEKA, KANSAS. the office of the master mechanic at Albuquerque. Buy your pictures and frames cheap at Coe Bros.' cut rate art store, 832 Kansas avenue. The membership committee of the Railroad Y. M. C. A. will meet this even ing in the association parlors at 6:20. Supper will be served by the ladies of the committee. Walter Smith, the news agent on the Kansas City plug runs and runs Nos. 113 and 114, has returned to work after having laid off for several days on ac count of an injured knee. Train No. 6 was run in two sections yesterday on account of the regular train from Colorado being late. The first section was the Gulf connection from Texas. No. 9 last night was two hours late. Mr. Wayland Smith foreman of tha air brake department of the- Santa F coast lines is in Topeka visiting with George Gerberlck and J. J. Grout. Mr. Smith is on hia way to his home in California after having attended the air brake national convention at Colurnbu?, Ohio. A special train went west to La Junta yesterday afternoon In charge of Con ductor Coddington and Enginer Rick abaugh. The train was composed of business car No. 18, the new car of General Manager J. E. Hurley; Car No. 16 with Alfred Lovell, superintendent of motive power, and car No. 8, the private . car of General Superintendent R. J. Parker of La Junta. "Whv don't you marry the girl?" "I'd like to, but she has an impediment in hor Fiieech." "What sort of impediment?" "She can't say yes." Cleveland Leader. to secure a pair well to be on band early in go witb a rusb. Tbe style is is a soft vici kid ; tbe color is ; tbe price is $3.50 4,