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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL-- FRIDAY EVENING- JANUARY 17, 1913-
W. CROSSING iiiilM li i in SAVING TIME When the "Near Side Stop" rule goes, into effect, next Sunday morning-, it will be necessary, in order to maintain schedules, to have as perfect co-operation as possible between patrons and car crews There are two rules," which, if closely adhered to by per sons desiring- to board cars, will conserve both time and safety, as follows: First. Take position at a safe distance from the track, forty feet back from the near sidewalk crossing. Second. Have exact fare ready. Patrons should remember that it will be more difficult to hail cars from a distance under the new system than with the old. After a car has loaded up and started the motorman cannot keep a lookout for tardy passengers. His entire attention must be cen tered on the track ahead of him, and the conductor is quite likely to be busy looking after his fares and issuing transfers. Moreover, is it perfectly fair to delay a carload of passengers who have all boarded the car on time and are anxious to reach their destination for some tardy patron who has failed to allow sufficient time or has not made proper effort to be at the correct stopping place on time? FEWER BOARDS' Bill in - Senate to . Cnt Down Penal Directors. One Commission to . Handle Work at Lansing. " APPOINTEES IRE APPROVED Upper Honse Favors Adminis tration Officers. Senator Howe Would Investi gate L. L. Dyche's Accounts. THE TOPEKA RAILWAY COMPANY FLACK INJRISON "Glad to Be Here," He Says to Pen Officials. Only Woman in Case His Wife, He Says. referred to his wffe who stood by him all through his trouble. "She wanted to come with me," he said, "but I begged her not to." Flack will not he assigned to prison work until Monday. For the first two weeks he will act as "buddy" ta ex perienced convict miners. LOUNSSERRY TO PEN. Sentenced to Seven and a Half Years in Prison. HEART AND HOME PROBLEMS Lansing-, Kan., Jan. 17. "X am con- ; , . . . j -, --j . - . . - , tent glad to be here," said John A. " Kansas iCty. Jan. 17. Lounsberry Flack, of Abilene, on entering the Kan- was sentenced to 7 years in the fed sas state prison here today following eral prison at Leavenworth by Judge in indeterminate sentence of 3 to 19 1 Pollock this afternoon. years in prison passed upon rum yes terday for defaulting the Abilene State bank of funds variously estimated up to 73.00O. Flack took not one look be hind him at the outer sunshine which was to be denied him for years. "I firmly believe." he said, "that man's destiny is all blocked out for him and that when this episode In my life is past I can be a factor for good in the world. That is my plan of lif HOUSEHOLD HINTS. The Table. Salmon croquettes (original) Pre pare salmon by draining off liquid, re move skin and bones, then shred you should have one cupful. Sauce: Have ready one-half cup con densed cream, one-fourth teaspoon salt, one-fourth teaspoon pepper, two tea spoons flour, one teaspoon dry corn starch and few drops onion juice. Put cream, salt'and pepperlii upperpart of double boiler; bring cream to boiling point, add flour and cornstarch wet with a little cold milk, and cook till thick. Take off. add shredded salmon and onion juice, beat well, set aside until cold. Take up by the table spoonful, roil in cracker dust, dip in egg, then in dust again, fry in deep hot lard one. minute. Beef tea, if rightly made, may- be received by a stomach which would reject other nourishment. Skill in its preparation is not 'universal. The fol- (By Mrs. Elisabeth Thompson.) Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) What ; could be done to a girl who 13 jealous j of me? (2) What is the best way to test bov's love? . 'i . t 1 . . . . t Inn-inv ia nna rf f Vwi t that ... ...... ui, t-... 1' m - j . o ; a n.ive oeen cross at a oov Tor -" -- - - - - to- be a model prisoner. I have never; some time. Please suggest the" best ;can be devised: One pound of the best .1 1 . . K 1 . .1 . 1 1 1 . . ! . . - .. fi - . . . : -1 ; .-. . , .. , 1 ........ ,-. j nut o-iiiMirTj wi cii.j i anu uiere isi remeuy ior maKing up. no woman in the case excepting my j (4 If a girl gets cross at a boy who wife." j should speak first? Tears dimmed his eyes as the prisoner j (5) What is the best wav to get rid LOOK! 3 if I Ml! What The Model Is Doing ! PRICES CUT For a Quick Clearance of a girl who is not wanted? mm .iu ! f 0' ls it proper ior a ooy to ctiap-ii'iainr.Ti-'.'? i-iJ erone a girl home from a party or oiner amusements : ASaIOL S. 1 Just don't notice her. She is more unhappy than you are. 2) Time is the only sure test. If he loves you as much in five years as he does now. you may be pretty sure it s the real thin I beef cut in slices and scraped fine; put one-fourth teaspoon salt in pint of cold water, add beef, let stand two or three hours, stirring frequently; keep in the same vessel, covered, and let it come very gradually to no more than blood heat, which is 98 degrees. Any higher temperature would injure the nourish ing properties. Strain through a fine muslin bas and it's ready for use. It is used extensively for weak stomachs. Presbyterian rocks Three well beat en eggs, l-fe cups brown sugar, one cup butter, four cups flour, one level tea- 95c - Men's Furnishings 81-50 Men's Flannel Over- g""jc bitiris. - v- ' . . . . $1.30 Men's Heavy Vnion Suits. . .... S1.50 Press Gloves 98C for Sl.oO Men's Military Col- QOf lar aU wool Shirts Choice of any Men's CI Q"t S2.50 and S3 Shoes. only V--"'-' $3. $-1 and $4.50 up-to-date Men's Dress Shoes, gun-metal tan or patent, only So.OO Men's fine high CO ... . , chnM r : n or blarlc . V .iO Boys' $2.00 Shoes are going at S3.00 Boys' Shoes. only. S2.45 S1.39 . $1.75 S3 .50 Boys high cut CJ7 iX Laee Boots. . , ? S2.CH) and S2.SO Ladies QC Shoes, only. . COC $2.50 and S3 up-to-date CI QQ Indies' Dress Shoes ?JWO $2.00 Old Indies' Comfort q- Shoes, only JJi. Overalls Sl.OO very best unon made Overalls, sliop cap TKfw FREE. for. Big Line of All Wool Sweater Coats, Military Collars, at Cut Prices. -) SHAPIRO BROS. (2) If the fault was yours just walk ! spoon soda in one-fourth cup water, up to him, when you see him. tell him ; one pinch of salt, one teaspoon cinna you're over your crossness and ask him j mon. one-half teaspoon cloves, little if he will be friends with you again, j grated nutmeg, one teaspoon cocoa. Tell him you will try not to be unrea- I one-half cup raisins, one-half cup cuts, sonable again. j Mix real stiff. Drop in buttered tins () This is answered in Xo. 3. (3) Sand bake in hot oven. Ignore her. 6) If not too late at night,! Things Worth Knowing, a respectable boy may escort a re- T find many uses for the small whisk spectable girl home: but she ought to br0om. When they have become too te chaperoned by some older member ragged for the clothes, we hang them of her family j HI jn varjous places and always find j them of great use. In sweeping up Denr Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl of the ashes near the stove, it is better 15. Will you please advise me? (1) t than a broom. In dusting the sash- 131 " s'" '-l Iler ieuow kiss ner j hoards- its oetter tnan a ciotn, as you snodnisrht, before her mother? (2) lean clean out the corners. In cleaning o can you tell when a fellow loves j the stove, it saves the hands. In clean . you? 3) Is a girl of 17 old enough j ing the low floor cupboards you can to get marrif-d if she can cook, sweep reach inside to better advantage, and wash dishes clean? (4) Why isn't j ln making mayonnaise by the usual it right for a boy to kiss you? Is there; recipe, s-ve out whites of the egtrs any difference between kissing and that you use, beat until perfectly stiff, '"f an3s? j add as needed to keep the dressing a or In school who sits beside I smooth and not too stiff, beating con me is always winking or smiling- every! tinually. This is better than using the time I ICOk at him. HOW Call I make! ..enal lomnn ,T- rinomr 5, thirnim. f"j I1 op because I don't care any more; for it makes nearly twice as much I i !r nirn tf,an a weed. (6) When your dressing, and gives the effect of w hiip t 4 f-eau proposes and asks you to be his : ped cream for fruit salads of any I , WUe W!th'-it asking your folks about ' kind. f'li '- ST.Ui-d TOU teU your ma Pn him?l After emttving contents of a jar or t i n 1 yo7 thrnk is th? 1,e?t Plan t jeUy giass. wash and wipe it thorough- Xi 1"unir'f to stick to their lessons; iy. put on cover and put away until M - the fellows alone? (?) Why j Bext canning season; it saves a lot of v.3 X, ,.mai!s -?aIo'Js when a nice inconvenience later on. If any jar l.voung fehow comes to town? Hn&s can used a second time fee h-i' ,n XOiTNG GIRL, that they are perfectly clean and keep H .n h?!, LL e ?OY iS en?a them in a covered box until wanted. ' rr-f,li' 12-E'r hlsfe??ect and A discarded tea or coffee pot is just 3:re than yU -Tou .need the thing to save pieces of paraffin in M T "rtnolM1 b - , fT ?2a,3e-' taken off of jams, jelly and preserves): s!tjLf ,.d rb.e Ieast. J. fore- next season it just need9 to melted . J,p iiv ami- Vn,- . i,5. 1 .- , ana usea bj-'ain. Fqjant5 to marry a girl who has been i 'kissed by every Tom. Dick ani Harry. The wholesale abolishment of state educational and . Other institution boards and associations is the favorite pastime of the Democratic senators in the fcsner house of the legislature. Today Senator Balie Waggener of Atchison forwarded a bill obliterating the directors of the boys and girls' re formatories, the board of penal Insti tutions, and the directors of the peni tentiary. In place of these controll ing bodies, the bill places the power in the hands of--what will-be known as the "State Board . of Corrections" to be composed of three- members and to be situated at the ofHces of the pen j itentiary. ! This new board would handle all of the authority and management held by the separate directors of the insti tutions. The members of the first board would be appointed for terras of one, two and three years. After the first term, the time would be extended to three years each. Senator J. W. Howe of Dickinson created a ripple of unusual interest . in the senate this morning when he ! introduced a resolution asking the j ways and means committee of the I body to investigate immediately th receipts and expenditures of the of fice of the game and fish warden, L. L. Dyche. It is taken by members in the sen ate to mean that the present admin istration is thinking seriously of cut ting down the warden appropriation. Also that the money spent in the last two years by this department is in excess of the needs of the work to the state. The ways and means committee will be required 'to make public their find ings before January 31. It is antici pated by the Democrats, that at this time the interior workings of the past administration will be dug up and ex plained in detail by the economy hungry supporters of new Democratic policies. - -:) The senate in executive session this morning approved the following ap pointments of Governor Hodges: Henderson Martin, of Marion, full term public utilities commission. W. E. Brooks of Fort Scott, full term member of the state board of control. ' -a, Frank Comiskey. Pittsburg. . full term - appointments' state - oil -i In spector. - . .' Charles M. Sawyer of Norton, full term as bank. -commissioner. Xext week the retail druggists or ganization of the state wilt make a strong fight before the senate in an attempt to make standard prescriptions known to the patients served by phy sicians, and also to do away with the prescriptions calling for habit-forming drugs. Senator Malone .of Rawlins, proposed to the senate this morning that some action be taken to investigate and, if possible, encourage the poultry industry in Kansas. - ' Senator Troutman ,of Shawnee, in troduced in the senate this morning several bills covering the amendments to the city commission form law sug gested and approved by the Kansas Municipal league. These laws cover most of the changes that will improve the effect of the commission law in this state. A law making it necessary that all corporations in the state of Kansas pay their employees at least twice monthly will be in force if the bill presented in the senate this morning is approved by the legislature. LOCAL MENTION. "Broncho Billy and the Outlaw's Mother," with G. M. Anderson in the title role, is the feature of the pro gram at the Aurora theater today and tomorrow. A Biograph and a Kalem film complete the program. O. Ceaar moos and polisb. J. K. Jones Paint Co. Adv. Two marriage licenses have been issued bv Probate Judge Hugh MacFarland. They were to Hughie P. Webb. 21 years f!d, and M yrel Booker. 19 years old, of Topeka: and Leonidas A. Miller, 23 years old. and Etta May Heppenstall, 22 year.5 old, of Topeka. The last couple namel were married at the probate judge's office- Get our 1913 paint prices. J. Paint Co. Adv. K. Jones If the top of a glass of jelly is crystallized, hold it under the faucet, letting a thin stream of water run on it. at the same time wiping it bPl file Purchase 26 mail ing envelopes .in sizes convenient for ider ti,s oU w .t. " the purpose Sx8), and in the upper ,. - . """" 4 ,, wno loto, 4 an ior tee man sue marles. If she I r-'-i 11,1 11 s-e nas let him be free with her. I j without his ask iris her to marrv him. Vejjf-e naturally thinks she has been free i-S ! with eryhodv else. A girl should con- oes that s-e will have nothing to re- ; 5-ret. , A kiss is an intimate caress. 1 Fhakirg hans is verv much like say I 'ii? "Fow do you do?" to anybody, j (5) Don't look at him. Ton might i ask your teacher to change your seat. (t lr you want to marry him. tell him to speak to your parents about it. If he 3oesn t Co that at once, d corner letter them from A to Z- Place them in a pasteboard box of a size to hold them upright. It saves a great deal of time and is much less cumbersome than a - regular bill- book. i 08-EAST 6 STREET. SuXzer Pardons Krandt. Albany. Jan. IT. Governor Sulzr let him today pardoned Koike E. Brandt, for go. T) Tes indeed. (8) Ton probably mer valet of Mortimer I Schiff, the only imagine they are jealous. New Tork banker, on the ground that I Brandt s sentence for 30 years rr 1 bu Everybody read the State Journal. jrglary was excessive. John Miltonberger was arrested by ttie police last night charged with bavins robbed the office of Dr. D. R Payne at 71S Kansas avenue of 135 in money. It 1 alleged tbat the money was taken while Dr. Payne was out of his office Milton berger is being held for investigation. A number of young men who were visit ing the Xovelty theater Thursday were displeased with a part of the program an i resented it by making boisterous noise-, cat calls and numerous other unpiea an tries. They were arrested and will le port in police court this afternoon to an swer to the charge of disturbing f.-a peace. Those who were arrested iro Louis Clark, Gilbert Berklund. William Brown and Ear Trimble. Gilbert Berk- lund and Ray Trimble have been in police court on former occasions. 19'2 patterns wall paper very cheap now J. X- Jones Paint Co. Adv. I-ouis F. Moore secretary of the Mer chantiie club of Kansas City, Kan., was a guest at the Commercial club at ti'e noon hour today. -"--. The Prudential bank and the Bank f Topeka wiii be one institution February 1. The Prudential trust Co. will do busi ness in the Mtilvane building after ttut date. The building now occupied by tne Prudential State bank and the Prudential Trust Co- will be sold. A flower reception will be tendered t night at the First Methodist church in honor of H. Clarkson's eightieth birthday Mo: in re bample r iirs to Retail at Wholesale Prices Third Floor. The sample line furs which we have on sale here this strengthened for Saturday business by the arrival of a week -has been New low-priced assortment in which there are muffs and scarfs of Russian mink, and River mink. All" these furs are new and of very choice quality though the prices are ex tremely low. For example muffs, and scarfs that would sell for $12.50 each regularly, are offered here at $7.50 each. - The assortment also includes furs of every grade tip to the f inest---all selling- at proportionately low prices. All Evening Coats Reduced Third Floor. An excellent opportunity is offered to secure beautiful evening' wraps of the latest and most approved fashions, at extremely low prices as all our coats of this kind are now re duced previous to taking our annual inventory. Selections should be made at once, as we have but one of a style except in a few instances. - Spring Hats Fourth Floor. We have Just received a small but exclusive line of "between season" hats in the new close shapes.-very smart and becom ing styles in maline, silk, and braids, including Fagal braids. Priced 15,09 to $10.00. One $35.00 XJght Blue Silk Brocade Coat S25.00 with marabout trimming for .................. v One $30.00 Ught Blue Broadclotb Coat S15.00 with white fox collar for $33.00 Light Blue, and Chamois Colored Broadcloth S25.00 - Coats, one of each, at , V-- Four $25.00 Broadcloth Coats One each, tan. grey, blue, and 1 g '75 black, lined with peau de cygne. at - . - One $25.00 Chinchilla Double Faced Coat $18.75 OrcS3a0o'wiiite CliinchUla Coat with s1 & 7" emerald satin lining, for lu " One $50.00 Black Cbarmeuse Coat with amber satin lining 12? f)( and amber velvet collar and revers, for One $65.00 Moleskin Yelour Coat with natural markings C !"jn Art lined with peach-tinted Ba-tin. for vUU,Ul' One $65.00 Black Velour Coat, lined with 11 00 pale lavender satin, for v"'uu Two $45.00 Plush Coats, one mole, and one - CQA DA seal color OU.UU Velvet Dresses Half JPrice Third Floor. We have just 15 velvet dresses remaining' to close out before . Inventory. In order that all may be sold Saturday we have re duced them to half price, as follows: $15.00 dresses for $ 7.50 $20.00 dresses for $10.00 $25.00 dresses for $12.50 $35.00 dresses for $17.50 $45.00 dresses for $22.50 Sale of Children's Coats Third Floor. Good warm coats in the best cloths and'- styles . are now marked down very low. Good selections in colors are offered reds, blues, tans and browns sizes from 6 to 14 years. $o.OO Coats now $3.95. $10.00 Coats now $7.50. $7.50 Coats now $5.00. $12.75 Coats now $8.75. A few SS.75 Corduroy Coats at $5.0O. $5.00 to $10 Skirts Now $2.50 to $5.00 Third Floor. Good selections . in stylish skirts of tan or brown mixed cloth, serges, novelty materials, and a few in white. If you need an extra skirt to wear with shirtwaists, for now and in the spring, this is your best oppor tunity te buy it at a saving. The $1.50 Sale of Women's continues Saturday. Yon will find welt and turn, button and lai shoes, in all the best leath ers and styles, at savings tbat amount to two dollars to three dollars on a pair. The greatest values ever offered in slioea of our high qualities. Women's 35c Hose for 25c Main Iloor. We have sorted out the brok en lots of black and tan hose of the 35c quality from regular stock and will sell them Satur day at 25c pair. These are of lisle thread, tine quality, good weight for present use. On an aisle table (center aisle) at 25c. Women's $1.25 Winter Underwear one lot - 85 Fourth Floor. A special lot of fine underwear at a very low price. Medium weight, warm soft fabric of very fine quality -both vests and pants woven to fit so snugly and well at the waist that they can be worn as comfortably as union suits, and do not destroy the long straight figure-lines required by the present fashions. Xiomr sleeved, high neck vests, and ankle length pants. Full line of regular sizes reduced from $1.23 to 85c. Out sizes, 7, 8, and 9, reduced from $1.50 to 98c. $2.75 French Broad cloth $1.75 Main lloor. We have reduced the price of fine French broadcloths in col ors from J2.75 to 11.75 a yard before invoicing the -iress goods stock, and offer good se lections in tan shades of blue, taupe, red. stone, green, and other colors, at the sale price. These cloths are 50 inches wide and of the finest quality at the price. Another Great Sale of Heatherbloom Petticoats up to $1.50 Basement - 39c We have secured another big shipment of these excellent skirts Heatherbloom and other fine materials 600 skirts bought at a manufacturer's loss, to sell at the sensation al price of 39c. If priced regularly these skirts would sell up to $2.00. The lot includes a good variety of dark colors blues, greens, browns and other desirable shades. Sale of Meakin's English China And Other Fine Wares at the Lowest Prices in the Basement Store Meakin's English $1 C A Chin 5fc 4(i nr for L.OU VU1UU w V AW ' 'WW s 6 cups 6 saucers 6 pie plates 6 dinner Plates 6 sauce dishes 6 butters 1 pickle dish 1 creamer 1 sugar 1 bowl - A 40-piece Dinner Set for $1.50 An aver age of 3c a piece. 42-Piece Set Bavarian Gold Band China All handles covered with gold. Regularly ! QQ $9.00. Special. Saturday only, set $OtitO Bavarian LHnnerware in a neat conventional Grecian border; 4 2-pk-ce set. Regularly ?r CO JS.50. Saturday only "pO.UJ Gold Band Porcelain Ware Including plates, cups and saucers, bowls. Jugs, sugars, sauce dishes, covered dishes; odds and ends from broken sets; values tip to 50c: each vC Mcakins Gold Band China An KngliVh dinner pattern of dull gold. Saturday only, 25 per cent dis count from regular prices. Baviland Pattern China Tea cups and saucers: the J4.50 a dozen value. f r ( special. b tor $1.50 JACK TO MET PALZER Negro to Fight Ioan $S0,0OO. in Paris for New Tork. Jan. 17. Jack Johnson agreed today to fight Al Palzer in Par is for the world's championship on the night of June 25, the eve of the Grand Prix races." Tom O'Rourke. Palzer's manager, an nounced this afternoon he received a telegram from Johnson in Chicago ac cepting the terms offered by R- Uspe. ; an American, now In Paris arranging" the match. The terms provide that the winner shall receive sixty per cent of the gate receipts with a guarantee of 30y00. Johnson's telegram follows; "Terms satisfactory We will make arrangements when I see you in regard to pictures and transportation. Wire Lippe O. K-. Thanks." Motorcyclists WiU Protest. The members ef the Topeka Motorcycle club will meet at the Commercial club to night at o'clock for the purpose of pr testing against the bill in the legislature that would impose an annual tax of five dollars a year on motorcycles. 'The boys believe tbat we should have a state tax. doing away with the city "THE INVADERS" AT THE BEST THEATRE TODAYTOMORROW 5 Cents Thrilling Battles Daring Riding 'fto Mills Bey Cwbs . licenre, said M. K. Hardy of the club, they are of the opinion that a f i' e dollar tax is out of reason. They are also in favor of putting the tax money into roads. The r.iehest state tax that L know of is three dollars. "Neitfcer automobiles or motorcycles eat up the roads as much as ordinary fclcles. but I do not suppose they WJ ever be taxed. "