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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAI-SATURDAY EVENING, JITHE 15, 1907.
Id"' I is i f i Ui I t. J. I fJOVELTY THEATER 812 KANSAS AVE. Bill tor Week Commencing SUNDAY, JUAE 16, 1907 Matinees Sundays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, at 3 p. m. Two Performances Every Night, 8 and 9 O'clock Three Performances Every Sunday Night, 7:15; 8:15, 9:15 o'Clock, Ladies' Souvenir Matinees Tuesdays and Fridays Children's Five-Cent Matinee Every Saturday NEW PEOPLE AKD NEW PLAYS EVERY SUNDAY OVERTURE Selection by Miss Faye Pohlman. O'Neifs Minstrels A Novelty In Vaudeville. Mitchell and Love Character Comedians, Presenting their own Comedy, "The Home-Coming." F. N. IRWIN Song Illustrator, Presenting "Tell Me That Beautiful Story." James Francis Sullivan & Co. "The Craziest Act In Vaudeville." 1 The Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight." L TOPEKA CUAUTAUQUA Garfield Park, July 15-24 CAPT. RICHARD P. HOBSOJ And 12 other eminent lecturers KILTIE'S BAND And 5 other great musical attractions. -BESIDES- 10 lectures on Art, 10 lectures on Bib!e Study, 10 lectures on Science. 65 hours of Instruction, Enter tainment for $3.03. Children under 12 half price; single admission 25c. Special rates on all railroads. Season tickets at Stansfield's and nu merous other places. liu i H Wit 1 1 I t$wv .Uii i i i ji nqi ui I State Journal, 10c a Week. W I C K fume 0 1 L STOVE I it L4 0J I SAFE CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL I If yoap d&lr don't hndl It, write to y JTHE STANDARD OIL COMPANY j ON A NEW BASIS Dairy Commission Is to Be He-,- organized. J. C. Kendall, the New Commis sioner, Is Coming. ; COMES FROM SOUTH. Will Hare Headquarters at State Agricultural College. law Provides for Inspection of Creameries. J. C. Kendall, the new dairy com missioner of the state of Kansas, who will take office on July 1, Is expected to arrive In Topeka within a few days, and on June 23 will attend a confer ence here with the members of the state dairy commission for the pur pose of formulating rules and regula tions for the conduct of the new de partment. Mr. Kendall comes to Kansas frnm the North Carolina Agricultural col lege, though he is a New Hampshire man by birth and breeding. - In sneak ing or nis worn, tne creamery Journal, one of the leading dairy papers of the country, says: "J. C. Kendall, state dairy commis sioner of Kansas, rwho is to take charge of the work in that state June IS. was1 born on a large retail dairy farm in New Hampshire. He spent several years In two dairies that manufac tured butter, in creamery work and as dairj'man on the Merriman estate. He graduated from the four-year course in agriculture at New Hampshire col lege; specialized in dairying during his senior year; took a course in cheese making and dairy manufactures In the Ohio fatate university. , "Since the fall of 1902 he has had charge of teaching, experimental work, and the herd of seventy dairy cows at the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, West Raleigh, N. C. "The dairy department there has been more than self supporting. After meeting the entire expenses of the de partment, including instruction and laboratory expenses, a good profit has been realized from the proceeds of the dairy. County dairy associations have also been organized and a strong state dairy association perfected. Educa tional butter scoring contests are held under the auspices of the state dairy association and institute and co-operation work carried on by the depart ment. "Kansas now has a remarkably good dairy law. She has evidently chosen a remarkably able man as her dairy commissioner, and we are looking for great things from that state.". The new state dairy inspection law passed at the last session of the legis lature, which 1s Intended to put the dairies and creameries of the state un der close supervision, for the ultimate purpose of improving the quality of butter, cheese and milk In Kansas, creates a state dairy commission com posed of the secretary of the state board of agriculture, the director of the Kansas experiment station at Man hattan and the professor of dairy hus bandry of the state agricultural col lege. These three select the state dairy commissioner. Mr. Kendall will have his head quarters and office at the state agricul tural college In Manhattan. He is ap pointed for a term of two years and will receive a salary of $2,000 a year. In addition to this salary, he ia al lowed $2,000 each year for expenses of his department. With this he may hire assistants and purchase supplies at his discretion. He' is required to make an annual report to the gov ernor. Among the duties of office provided by the law are the following: To inspect or cause to be inspected all the creameries, public dairies, but ter and cheese factories in the state at least once each year. In connection with the board to formulate rules for the operation of above establishments. To receive and act upon complaints about the condition of dairies or but ter or cheese factories. To prohibit the sale of unclean milk, cream, butter and cheese. To compile and publish annually statistics and Information concerning all phases of the dairy industry In Kansas. To co-operate with state agricul tural college in holding farmers' In stitutes. To keep on hand and furnish at cost to all applicants standard test tubes and milk pipettes. To preserve and turn over to his successor all correspondence and documents relating to his office, and to devote his whole time to the duties of his position. To enter and examine creameries and dairies at any time and take sam ples of anything he wants for the pur pose of analysis. The analyses to be made at the state agricultural college. The only revenue which will be de rived from the operation of the act Is . 1 kSJ . m - . few. y . J. C. Kendall, New State D airy Commissioner of Kansas. a fee -of (25 which is charged of creamery companies for the privilege of registering with the state dairy commissioner a brand or trade-mark to be placed on all milk cans owned by the creamery. It is entirely volun tary with the creameries to register such trade-mark and pay the fee. STRIKE LEADER WEPT. When Forced to Confess That the Fisht Wag Lost. New Tork, June IS. There Was a pa tneuc scene at the meeting of the long shoremen, whose strike for increased pay was declared off. Patrick Connors leader of the strikers, a big man who naa iougnt aetermineaiy ror the men, broke down and weDt when comnelled to make the acknowledgment that the men were beaten. There was a mo ment's silence and then the hall rang with cheers for the leader, while many of the men, who had faced privation in an effort to win their demands, hurried to the platform, shook Connors by the hand and assured him that he had made a good fight and did the best he could. More than 12,000 of the original 20,000 strikers who remained firm, will return to work. It is believed all of them will secure their old places, but they must return for the same pay they received when they went on strike thirty cents an hour. They demanded an Increase of ten cents. The strike has lasted nearly six weeks and was a great financial loss to the steamship companies and to the work ers. The loss In wages to the longshore men has been close to a million dollars. HE BEAT AT PATIENT. ; For This William Goldrick, Attendant ; at Asylum, Is Arrested. William Goldrick, an attendant in one of the Incurable wards of the state hos pital was arraigned in the city court today on a charge of asasulting a' pa tient. He was held In $100 bail, which he gave, for a preliminary hearing on June 19. Dr. T. C. Blddle, superintendent of the asylum, swore to the complaint against Goldrick, who was arrested last night by J. M. Wilkerson, the sheriff. Dr. J. H. Cooper, an assistant at the hospital in charge of an unattached building in which the assault occurred, found Gold rick at four o'clock yesterday afternoon beating up a patient named William Dinwiddle. Goldrick was belaboring Dinwiddle over the head with a broom stick. In all Insane asylums It is the custom of a certain class of attendants to In flict all sorts of punishment on patients who have incurred their displeasure. Dr Biddle will not stand for this sort of brutal treatment and hence the arrest of Goldrick. EMPORIA COMMENCEMENT. Representative Charles Scott Principal Speaker at College Exercises.. Kmporia, Kan., June 14. The nine teenth annual commencement exercises of the College of Emporia were held here Thursday. Representative Chas. ment address. Diplomas were presented to Delia Aiiman, jiara cennei, xaeicn Elcock, Mina Fitch, Laura Mathis, Lura McLane, Clifford Altman, Wll- Pnnninffhom Wllfim ClllhftrfrSOn. Robert Kverett, Edward Miller, S-.-ott Payne, Vernon Bayre, Kaipn vanicen, Orville Wilson. Mildred Hulz, Laura Maths and Edna Pyle receved muse certificates. The degree of master of arts was conferred on Felix Held, dean of the college, and the degree of doctor of divinity was bestowed upon the Rev. William Hiram Foulkes, an alumnus, pastor of the First Church of Portland, Ore. The degree of doctor of divinity was also bestowed upon Frances S. Blayney of Abilene, a member of the board of trustees and ex-Instructor In the college: the Rev. Daniel W. Skel lenger, pastor of the Sixth Presbyter ian church of Washington: the Rev. Robert Jackson PIpps, pastor of the First church of Hiawatha, and the Rev. Elmer Allen Bess, pastor of the First church of Clinton, Iowa. All members of Topeka lodge No. 38 K of P , are requested to meet at Cas tle hall. Sixth and Quincy, Sunday, June 14, at S p. m., for Memorial ser vice. By order of Memorial committee. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Frank"J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che ney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that Bald firm will pay the said sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hail s Catarrh Cure. CUr - FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.. 1SS6. A. W. G LEA SON, (Seal.) 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Thousands of ladies have put aside timidity and written to tell of their symptoms and how they were cured by Wine of Cardul, for the benefit of other suffering women. BOWSER'S NEW FIND. It Brings Abont a Red Hot Time In tlie Neighborhood. At 2. o'clock the other afternoon a strange man called at the Bowser house and asked if he was home yet, and when answered in the negative said that he had an appointment with him for that hour and would wait. While he sat down on the front steps Mrs. Bowser cudgeled her brains as to what he might want. He was a long, lean, lank and solemn looking man He seemed a man who had been dis appointed in the world and had lost all hope. She couldn't think he was a man who had a cow or a balloon to sell. The mystery had lasted only a quar ter of an hour when Mr. Bowser came home. He was walking fast and had a business air about him. After saying a few words to the man on the steps he entered the house, and of course Mrs. Bowser asked him what was go ing to happen. The man out on the steps is a Mr. Rasher." he replied. "I have been talking with him all the forenoon. He Is the man who invented tne "jaicn Anything" trap. It will catch anything from a bug to an eiepnanc, ana me man who beat him out OI nis patent haa made a million dollars out of it.' "Is that why he looks so down in the mouth?" asked Mrs. Bowser. "That and other, things. ,,Jtte Is the inventor of the double-ended nursing bottle for twins. He brought out the machine- to throw cate oft the fence. He invented pasteboard soles for shoes. and all In all he rhasf brought out a dozen good things. .-Ha has trusted men and they have rbbbea him of the fruits of his labor." :'' ' 'And has he now invented an India rubber - barrel or something else , he wants 'yOu to take up with him?" '"Don't try to be -sarcastic at this early stage of the game. Mr. Rasher dropped Into the office this morning to see me on business. f rom the first instant he set eyes on me he felt that he could trust me. As he told me later, I have a frank . and innocent countenance that is an index of my oul. After we had talked for an hour he told me that he was the inventor of a patent fuel that is going to make millions of dollars for some one." 'But there are half a dozen men making the same claim," protested Mrs. Bowser, and as far as we know nothing great has come of it." "Never you mind about the half dozen men and their claims. Their names are not Rasher. This man knows what he is about. When he savs that he has a fuel that is going to revolutionize the world and drive ten thousand coal dealers to suicide you can get ready for something to hap pen. What he wants is money enough to get this patent. He wants me to ad vance the amount, and will give me half his rights. I am not to advance a cent until after I have satisfied myself that the fuel is all right. Have you any fault to find with that arrange ment?" "Why, no", but I hope you will be thoroughly satisfied before you go into Such a thing." . . "Certainly I shall. Mrs. Bowser, I am no ten-year-old boy. I think the man is honest and sincere, but I shall still have an eye on him. If he's shamming he'll find a. man as smart as he is." . - ; . "But how are you going to find out about the fuel?" -- . "We are going to burn, some In the furnace. It's pretty hot weather, but I guess we can stand It for an hour or so; I shall insist on ' the; severest tests." Mrs. Bowser thought there might be something In it and raised no further objections. She had read that others were experimenting, and why not Mr. Bowser? While he was-getting Into, an old snlt of clothes Mr.- Rasher dis appeared for a few minutes.. Then- a horse and wagon drove up with three or four bags full of. something that were carried down cellar.- Then there! was a mixture. As near as Mr. Bow-I ser -could determine, for Mr. Rasher 1 'BE-FOR. IS. NB COWUD UEftP of wasn't giving things away yet, the bags contained ashes, sand and lime. When they had been mixed together a powder was sprinkled over the heap and It was dampened with water. Three or four old boxes were knocked to pieces, and a fire started in the fur nace, and when there was a good blaze going the inventor said: "We will now shovel the mixture In and you will see something wonder ful." The wonderful thing occurred two minutes later. A sort of explosion blew the furnace door open, and a great puff of acrid smoke went floating all through the house. At the same moment all the fire in the furnace went out and Mrs. Bowser called from the head of the cellar stairs: "Mr. Bowser, what on earth is hap pening down there?" "Nothing. It was Just a back draught from the furnace, probably by a rat's nest in the chimney. There is no call for you to get excited." "It may be that I didn't get In the right powder," explained Mr. Rasher, as he peered into the furnace. "No, I think I didn't. If you will hand me $2 I will go and get the other thing." "But, man, don't you know the proper Ingredients?" asked Mr. Bow ser. "Haven't you got them written down?" A SORT op EHPl-05 l ON . SLW THE. FURNftCtiJ " DOOR OPE.N;' "No. I might lose the memoranda, you see. . I want to be careful . this time. Being a little excited, I may have asked for the wrong powder. He took the money and was gone ten minutes, and then back with a five cent packet of Rochelle salts in his hand and let Mr. Bowser see the label on it to show that he trusted him. He didn't return the change from the bill. The fire was rekindled, the salts sprinkled on the heap, and after ten minutes a shovelful of the mixture was dumped in with the observation "We now have sufficient fuel in the furnace to last for a week. - As soon as things get redhot we-must close all the draughts. But things did not get reonot. 'mere was a sputtering and a stewing Inside the furnace for two or three minutes. and then there ' seemed to be nothing further doing. Mr. Bowser and Mr. Rasher sat on their boxes in silence and expectation, and the gas meter uttered a sort of wail and registereo another five hundred feet. Finally the inventor arose, tip-toed over to the lurnace ana opeuea me uuu. All inside . was blackness and aarK ness. There was no reanotness not bv a iug full. - "The thing aon t seem to pan out. said Mr. Bowser In hard tones.- "No. but I see the reason. I should have burned a certain powder to clear the flues of dust first. In my haste and anxiety I forgot that. If you will give me three dollars I will run -over THS;' FfJOKT-FENCE The ollowing letter from Mrs. Maggie Stout, of Gabbatha, Term., tells simply, and with the ring of truth, the story of her Ills and their relief. She writes : "All I have said about Wine of Cardui Is the truth. I suffered with female weakness and pains In my back and limbs tor a year. that I could not walk, onlv a short out stopping to rest I took Wine of Cardul ac- t"lST,s. cording to directions, and now I feel like a new ' woman, and can do all my housework. Wine of Cardul Is the best medicine I ever used for female weakness." At druggists, $1.00. WW tnIav trtr a fr MT1T of Tftlnflhl fM-Tace lllnstrstetl VWrP TJOriT? Book for Women. Rr4fT? Book for Women. x xwwm your symptotug. statin age. and rrply will be sent in plain TOR T. A TTirI sealed envelope. Address: Ladies Advisory Depu. Ine w" Chattanooga Medicine Bank: of OFFICIAL CALL RESOURCES DIRECTORS J. R. Mulvane, President, A. Washburn A. W. Knowles, "Vice President. J. Mulvane J. W. Thurston, Cashier. J. P. Griswold J. W. Farnsworth W. H. Davis to the drug store." "What's the name of the powder? "Excuse me, but I will tell you later one. Once the dust is out of the flues all will be well. You might be shak ing the stuff out while I am gone. Mr. Bowser gave up grudgingly. He was losing faith in Mr. Rasher and dreading Mrs. Bowser's words and looks. The inventor departed, visited the drug store and a saloon, and re turned after awhile with a lump of something in his hand. "I thought you went for powder? ouerled Mr. Bowser. Q "Did I say powder? I often say that when I mean lump. We will be all rl-Isi?t there some change coming, to m"l"bclieve so, but I can't stop just now. In with your paper and kin- 31 When a fire had been lighted once more the powder was thrown in and the mentood back.. They needn t tne mt"1'-'""" . t ,,,, r something nave aone bo. . , oTding y tttS some moof the patent 1 -a. .hoveled in, and Mr. Rasher smiled and "There won't be any more dlsaPf pointments. Hear the J" But there was no roar. There came baScraa SiJE artheeavmcMrfiSo s& bceAhturne"! to"2X Mr" DiacKness. sv i t he meant Rasher what In '. - . bv i i ! ! the inventor made for the stairs. There was a yell and Mr. Bowser made after him. The fleeing , a. i v. v l-i f rVi or hall ana man ran m.- 'L, r wnre he out or tne men could leap the front rate Mr Bowser caught him. Fifteen minutes later, as t . n,,ttiniy s:ilve on a Mrs. Bowser wao "... skinned nose and washing a bitten ear, she quietly observed: ..;, ..t Anir "Vnii have got Atvri 1,111, , ... . 1 a shovelful, of sand and lime left down ; ... . , d.in t rir anci P-Pl along! cellar, unu c - -- , - .... 1 1 ...rt,, .an invest in a , some way unm , -- -.. new burglar alarm apd make a million , dollars." (Copyrighted, .1907. by, Homer Sprague.) 100 CARS A DAY. Steel Trust Plans a New Manufactur- iflff Plant at Gary. Moiv VnrtrJ June 15. Flans are be- inar drawn for steel car works which will eventually " become the central plant of the American Car & Foundry . Kn lnnflteil at Cltirv Tn- uuuipanj , -1 ' 'J . . - w j r diana, adjacent to the mammoth steel works now Deing oum uy me umieu States. Steel corporation, according to an . announcement published today. The company has purchased 170 acres of land, but the statement is made that It will go slow about the building of the plant, . timing . its expansion as trade -conditions warrant. : Th n nlatit will have a canaeltv of 100 cars a day; It was said by an of ficer OI tne company mav mere wuuiu be. no capital obligations issued to provide funds for., the new plant, which-will .be built- entirely out of earnings. ....... TO FIGHT FOR UNION. War Is Declared Between San Salvador . and Nicaragua. ' Tnroilrnf nn ' TV C... June IS. What amounts' to an actual declaration of was contained in the reply of Presi dent zelaya to an inquiry irom vv asii-inn.4-nn oa 1 i hla f nnpntinn -with the recent . attack and capture of Acajutla. Thi nnftwar came to the state de partment today in the shape of the following caoiegram irom American r-r,nni rienern.1 Olivaris at Managua, the Nicaraguan capital: "T art rtflRfiallv informed that In ac cordance with the Central American union plan President z.eiaya nas ais patched munitions of war and troops 4 1 ,1 nanprnl Alfftfft., whft is the popular unionist candidate for the Salvador. President Figueroa opposes the union idea." r ' ' A Fortunate Texan. Mr TC W .Qoodloe. of 107 St. Louis St.. Dallas. Tex., says. "In the past year I h,v h(-ntn acauainted with Dr. Kinc's New Life Pills and no laxative I ever tried before so effectually disposes of malaria and biliousness." They don't Krind nor gripe. 2&c Arnold Drug Co., 821 N. Kansas ave. I was so bad, , distance, with- "V.-ii 54." 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PAYMENT PLAN Three Examples Oakland T rooms, il lots, gas, new roof, newly papered, Oakland ave., Jl,3(i0. 127 Arter ave., 7 rooms, good repair, newly painted, 3 lots,- $1,260. Win field av., S rooms. This Is ex tra good, $1,550. These houses could not be built foT half more than we are asking. Let us s)uw them. Shawnee Agency 634 Kantas Ave. Ind. . 'Phone BOS Lest You Forget BELL "LONfJ DIS. TANCE" puts you there and back . while your competitor is on the, road. Rates are low. Missouri & Kansas Tel. Co. Tbone 099. EASY HOME-GETTING Pay a little on the debt each month, at the end of the period. It is paid off. The only sure way for most people. We can assist you. , Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 534 KANSAS AVE. . L. M. PENWELL Undertaker and Embalmer. 511 Quincy Street. Both Phones 19 Geo. X. Ray. Assistant. LEWISES IN CtfTTJIFDEfl wucht5ci6arYou pay 10 1 forXifcaro no t so &og