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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1905.
AGREE 01 Pads
ATTRACTIVE CHILDREN-NO. 3
Fraternal Institution for Con-
umptives to Be Incorporated
N0RTHC0TT MAY BE ITS HEAD.
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In a. minute, the air va full of birds
Pedestrian.- passing alone Kossuth tvt
Cue near Urand early y- aterday morning
raw a pi' t urt-sti .c lti(-d-nt of city life.
NearSy a a .-ore of tuetons alighted on the
alone window sill prwcct.ug from the wall
of a flat
A wludi-w on th t.-otid floor wjs opened
m. J a. young nommi npe-.ired. IyHtin
out or tho window i-li t-intkl-d a handiul
of crumbt on the kill
Thri was a crit fli.t'-rii,g and cooing
among th tili;oiii .is thev ttt.-tiked th
fd. .md n .i i.nir.it.- the air whs full of
bird flyinc from -vt-ry dm-ctlon toward
the open wlrdow iii.nl thei w-re mi
ttiati a hundred of th m swirling and
Pekl:i.r jt h-i run. !-
Sonus of triem not on Hip window kill
and bom n n tk t'.u hie.id fiom tl?
Kill s hand
She iJs 'lim often said a :j-lch-toring
"S-jm titm s th 1;-irrw try to drlv
tli- ptgoot. away, and tture air lively
b-ittica in th air"
ori I lit IMIOOI' OK IT.
uri7.- , -
'- ' Ton adm.th tliat h inarrifl Sit
f htr mon- '
' 'If uf." M-;r :"- h told any
1ij an .Ilff. r- lit ttiy nouliln t bII-v-
hlr ' ritt.-li.rK kz"-
I'nrta liout the Turkr).
NtMrlv .! iuth'r wt.o h.ie wnttrti of
th- turk t.a" r4.trli! U a d M'end
it of 'h" wl k:i"W wilJ turkov of
North AmrrVia. :IuukIi oino hav dlfffr"-!!
from thl- l III"V-l:ic thf marked llf
fiuce n.- with .iiiJiic d"ni' !li turkej
h,. ompaml with tl.. il'ffrrnt dtraln. "f
w.ii turK to ln.ii.it) that tin-. Wr.'it 'O.
Aud .ton. hoKr. ha jatM thionunr
of wild 'urkt'js Into t1-" h.irr.varl h':'
t'.rv julrv.1 with ilw d"iin. turk-v.
w hi . I' tc lie i ii"11 Lnimn l) 1 t!i A?ntr.
1 .in 1 r jize turkv rKiii.i' I roin the J
a with th d"rii-,tt turk of I'.i". .-o m
try. tiilnc which Co to i-li- vt th.i' tl-'s
tliU an- km
It 1 cencrallv concde-1. I think, ut th"
Iirent tini'. ny th Hoiiok""jjr that
1' tuk) of th world n drii, j-rl-marlr
from thr ortRinut form kn wti n
th- N-.rth Ani"r!can. th Hoi luras an 1
t.K for Jnarr Ulift.
I'thoush Japan ha reveale-1 hr.e'f a
Mchl) enlli;lit"ne In o many uphern of
clil'lzatoin. h. ha not et nphil re
formntori prlii. In.., to the Iniltutlon of
marrtatcr o) Hirj-er U'eklv
When u Rlrl 1? about to marry. hr
mother lrapr u;.on her varlou. ml
of conduct to tie foil wd ilurliiK hr wel
ded life Some of th ar
"It alway amlihl to your mothr-tn-lm
ami fthr-!n law.
"Ion't talk murh
"0t up early co to b.l late ar.d nver
lep In the afternmm
"I ntll you are M ner mlT lr; crowd.
' l not cinult fortune-!. '.!. r
IV. rot w-nr Heht rlotheji
l humt.tr and polite ,
Veier allow .urelf to 1 ) ,i vi
t:en If your hutr.,l U. in tr.- wroti(.
ti'irr gr anur "
I'leatr of lair
Pnty cf lac '. fce tir.T5.-rtr.; fea
ture "f tbts -yl;t wM'e Cvnat
Her" t: t of trpoirta-tb 'tt a Jerri r
pJViae tinier nl coIUr arel nrrra Ue-j.
fr' is. arrivjue ! aouIlse rcTf 0oa
tb lr.W l front
! -tKr-tiiT th am sarsteit t pee-.
tr broJ y ttickeil 'Mlac ilt'i the cc!ar
ekvncateit tntw urere"te i"j cai effect.
t: as-atfer racJnxftri- -irtatlcn I an
er-.tr eval ef iatf lrtJl e-rxtel wSta tfc
Caratture f try Irh crochet
I'rrsai f CarrX.
A our t dl!ttfot coJor ia.1 of aooj
StTTjc i tjIe rrosa carrot. t?ct tht
rarrot cf aial:ii U ami cock f-r tfa
ratnet. la a niniir. tailet?c cf bat
ter wltt .asaS Icn eNjrp.! Keep ;t
pal wber. t TecxtWe will lrimrr atJ
km browr. AJ4 I'm ijoxrti of :cck fr
mutton or ciicken. ca-Qttrtr cuy cf
raw rice, xwv levrl !avriT. cf a:t asd
a aalUfMwn cf atlt rT5r Ca: ce.
sour, thea rs thr3h a See coUaOsT
er aler. aol rrh.t. A-14 mo eeooc
1st It raWaWJ ai tag a cay 3.hct craas.
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Son of Mr. and Mrs. Le Ucnolst. No. S2G North Xewstead avenue.
If ilrl'-d rr candled fruit has b
comc too hard to be unrd to advan
tage in u cak-. steam It fcr a !"
Th- !i il r f rK for a f
iiilnatrs will c.itj'-o Ihrni to si P
a'l'v ditu the iif-i'k of Hi" liulth
for win. h tl.. an- Inirndcil
If hi'rli ! i- ii-tl .r:M.-.-.l of bik
ini; .di r uhn m.-itvin? nunMr.1.
Hfl m ctinr I'l.tln ik-i'. th- ill
!. murh llcl Ifr and of h il'llclous
A brillrn' i'ollh m.w trf clvrn to
l.r.iM doo- ilxtur-. ornaments, rtr .
h walun Hum lti alum ami ly
ilalu- a solution l.v I.o'llnit an ouwp
of nlnm In a j.lr.t of ly and ma-di
!h- artu 1 in it
Src or olotli may 1" horomclilv
cliTiiNl l.i nil.binc with wafr In
which alio-'t twentv vo'mc laiirfl
Iav h.i- !-"!i iiorpt for thre
liour l-'ui; n.'lir fhould !
jiurd nnr th Iravm.
;xhI lr. it Khnuld ho tlrin nnd not
too d rk nor too pil In color. Thrr-
.vhoul 1 l- ti.. I i:r- -In nor Mfrfnl
maik." If fii. thr!H plarri will d"-
rav arlv lr k- it meat and will
i for' id .in .itci of Infection around
JKNNV UNO rit!TTi:iW.
Mak a hatter of two escs heaten ery
hkht on ii of milk, ono mo of flour.
one leasiMKin'uI of bikini; i.iwi!"r and nil
ten spoonful of hu::er inrltvl. Have ready
tarr ajiji eut In quart"r. If th (?(;
are Inrs" add m.ire Hour. n th Inttor
muvt quite -.tiff to cllm: to th apples.
Iii"t th app!' with -i:i;ar, dip In butter
and drop In hot fit.
rXIOH IN RAMEKINS
Butter Hi" im.ll china baking dlhes
ralll r ttm-kii.s and iprink!' well with
irr.itd ch"e.c. ltrrak two epics Into oax-h
.ll-h dut IlKhtly with salt, a pck of
pi-pper. and udd a dot of butter. Set in a
moderate uvn until th whit of the
ecc l t !' th -t:nk!n ytand !r. a
pin l:!l-l Inlf an Inch with lioHinc w-a-t
r Th tno.'iat heat of th- oven
Kl-oiild not Injure th dl?ih n.
Nh.it ! r IV of Tnpl wealthT"
'kd th vn.rt ttinr
"I houM t - ! tijel' wealthy." r
pllel th ft T-a I If I had m much
money th it a l.a-ci .. adirrtiement
ould not .f.i 1 me
The Wnrlil'a Jndainrnt.
r.il i fiir ili f n
If r-,'vri" uM !!
Tfctr rr-e In prle.
Not fw nKtJ tMis ha 'v.;
AikI m f-r ti nnrth i.vUr
iut fer ht t tt
W iin ure.j a-ieii.
If t!ie fa"e ytri.4 'ht inrttntl. - i.
Hem 9'9'y ",..- h.w r tSl.
Arvt h w I -r t-i ti ut cr"-.
A;1 tutr fluent. i tor.
tU' th fur ftelKht ai'alsrl.
I'ar tre wM p4 it ttli.nate tfu.
Hr tt th rr i iier.,
r1 t t. tile o-
That N-allr,; t-. tn (;i
-5ii-5a Krtr1 HfaM
UhM nIU Pat.
Food rom In
The food t. fat to th r'aitw.
Tie plat. r in .i nit IjC-b
IoU ar eitdrty fitlfltl with treat
for th eie
The ti t indite'.'! thins are In
K7Mt crofuw l
Iibtrr fried etr and rai-r ar
inmnit th f1
On eold rct n 'how) torr-e. beef.
hm nn-1 chl-lin
n1 t tietnl in many w. the boiled
Cbou an.1 :wchi! e; hat the Lneak
f ty I . Y
I"d la Tray.
l!cdm pe jir-eUI- trmy are noted.
The) " in fln - vV '-air- One rfow
a wt.tr c-i'Jr I wi s d. itin In ejor-1-are
T o-t cr-ri .rtvri and their
uterr. iha wf. en 'h r-io-ar-mfci:
Ot ahow- ell: deeeratlorv.
A pe-nilUr ". expfott' .tp dwll rJ
jreusd tth an art Je-i"i dor.e ta pluni
Lao blur '
Vr "ttt'nctit'he : a -rj griy p-.
clils with a r 'riTef-otvtKxed dlcn :c
Mir M.t e? the -3le are of Cl-
hcc-uiy lira ;n 3 TScy are
both t3ccratu ri aal
To Ke t;ie Frnai Crarklaa;.
T rree-i Uann ca cracktar liy
th:n tr efltl 'er eric tt to th S U
and uc It U .-. 1 r-ntlr t-efiJT the
tfix are rrcri" Tarab,r mar b
trate.J to th rn e my tsd In pee-pr-:t
accident In "xmUtic tt t wJ t pat rose
flay onier anj lewvn t iUhi not
a xit atjaatltr to! tVdrt t prevest
Ta fpic mpe. reaa-e k:c ad piiTp
S4 to every -a l.icd lkrar tfcre
ajsd a h!f t'ai of -nnr. half 4 pta;
araB- rai? tA a tisX f cUr vtcrwar
.V-a tcrr-u-rr half an rowr. thea aVJ oce
tbjrjiatul aroand cJyrj ajwl two of
cicsattMS- C"ck ostU U.rk ratuca ta t
raok!e. Pvar ta cape or maraiaUde jars
aavt seal ZX ttlf
Thr coat hr shewn Is chiefly conspicu
ous for its hint; graceful lines. The r
raniP'mrnt of th collar, which la part
velvet, and th buttoned tabs near It.
wfcll novel. !s a detail. Details, however,
are always north studying.
JIST FOR FClf.
TIIG Ml.Ki:.r.LiES.-Jean Valjean re
On of the si test cellarr." he ex
This re illy account for th bis circula
tion of the book. New York Sun.
I'ubtty nbak iugmt.
"Th plural then of "wife laj whatt"
Th tach' r a iked. Said Bess.
A mo--t t.n .-! ut little tot:
It s bigamy. I trur.-..."
SIVH PIHKN1M.Y rr.IKND?. Maude:
"Jaek llticslns tu. been calling on me for
ntarlv three month. I exjiect a propom!
M sra "Oh. Jack never rushes thine".
It was at lea-t tile month." hfore he pro
posed to me ' Chi'-aso New.
I'P.OOI Firt Politician: "Is Mayor
Wat-r n domtlc man?"
S--. omiI Duo- Ho must b. He swept
Philadelphia "Detroit Free Press.
Pried IVnnnti for Laneheoa.
Shell th r.ut. I.n-sh off the brown akin.
tl. r. t s In hot butter or o'.lve oil until
cri iitid -mokin; hot.
v. :. u.i ' t In tired from a shopplns
trl: trv a slafs of mlik. hot or cold,
tht kei -d with cbopjiexl peanut.
Th Minted M irtha I lean IJhion
ritte"'i w.ll l furnUheil to readsr.i of
To P jubile at Vi c nt each.
The tirn will eu.IIy be. recirnlz-d
n inrr-.t and up P d He In ".very tiar-tl.-ular
n impcrtan' feature about them
I H it allowance l itade for seam? They
are pet'e t In deslirn. conforminr to all
th --iii.-:r.nt of advanced ?tle, and
jt ar unut-ally simple and eauv of ex
f.utlur Ord-" will be fleI by mail only Al
low no w erk for dIlvry
J-KDIES- PLAIN SHIRT WAIST
Iaaxn ucfc a the tiundre charaea a
ex'm i nt for erry tuck or frill tn
en wait It behooves the econcmJra
ain to s it that br ery tlty fc!rt
wa ; - talnu the "extra f.xtrA It
I not ejtial to tt tyl and cut of
waj-t tc hae 1st of tocks or fancy
r..r p jt crxke-up. In fact, fo- . tail
ored fatt, the pla-n walt with a box plait
t!on the frvtit aad a Ilttl fulln. at th
neck t.n r.ve a rC-! fit oer the b3t un
der a Jtrkrt CTntac I to b very much
rreferre-t. la ttls model we hara tt
!att !:trt-a-a'; fleve, attached to a
r-a-h cttff anj AaUhed aith an over
Sap Tb tiala Frercli back 1 om.nict
d by a rather dawr-potntM ym which
evr cr rrjy r.ot W u-t Fcr a tub wall-,
acy ef ta eottcn or lines j-ar tt tl.
bot for a clo tailor wjlt thr U rotr.l.na
a ervlce-jbl or so effective aa Rajah r
ae to x
la crdertnr b rare- to tra best tr.eaa-
cr ant somber of pattern dealt aa
Asarrxa Pattern B
jitlc. . Ivooia. Ma.
Project Backed by Societies Hav
ing Total Membership of Six
Million Afflicted to
Live in Tents.
Springfield. 111.. Nov. 10. Definite p-'ans
for the establishment of a great fraternal
sanitarium for conaumptlvas at Las Ve
g.is. N. it, in which SprlitKfieid will play
a prominent part, were announced to-day
o" A. L. Hereford of this city, supremo
chancellor of the Court of Honor and a
member of the committee in charge of the
It Is understood that Hi position of
president of the concern will be tendered
to former Lieutenant Governor W. A.
Nprthcott of Springtit-id. The company
aill be lncOrnoratil iinilt- th l"o ..e h
8tate of Illinois. Mr. Hereford now- twins
engaged In the preparation of the neccs
mry documents for this purpose.
Mr. Hereford returned from St. Louis,
where, on Monday, he attended a meeting
held at the Southern Hotel of the com
mittee appointed bv the National Frater
nal Congress and associated fraternities
or America, having charge of the tetab
Ushment of the institution.
liCNBFITS REACH RILLION.
This project, which is being undertaken
by the fraternal societies of this country.
Is declared to b the greatest humanita
rian movement yet bisun In this country.
Its magnitude may be rtaliicd when it
is stated that the fraternal societies cf
America have more than S.Vv persons
enrolled In their membership, and already
have paid to beriotlclarles and to their
members In disability and death benefits
more than .tt,V..
The statistics of thcc societies show
that more than 16 per cent of all deaths
are from consumption. It Is contem
plated to establish tho sanitarium wj that
I-ersons afflicted with this dread disease
may b gratuitously treated. Admission
to this sanitarium will lie gained by mem
bers of the societies through the recom
mendation of the society of which the ap
plicant is a member.
PLANS AGREED VPON.
At the meeting of the committee in St.
Iu!s a general plan for the management
of the sanitarium was agreed upon. It pro
vided for a management by a lioard of Di
rectors consisting of fifteen representatives
of tlie leading fraternal societies of Amer
ica. The original promoters of the sanitarium
will transfer to this Board of Directors tho
property already secured and the company
will thii tie Incorporated. Sometime In
December tho directors or a committee of
them will go to New Mexico for the pur-
ijc hi inning over tne property ana ar
runtn'ng for its occupany at as early a
dato as posllile.
The institution has already been assured
a large endowmr nt and Mr. Hereford says,
undoubtedly, soon after Its opening, will be
endowed with millions of dollars, which
will ast:re Us continued operation. The
afflicted will live tn tents.
BlfJELOW WILL NOT TESTIFY.
Defaulting Milwaukee Banker
lias Cashier's Trial Postponed.
Leavenworth. Kas.. Nov. 10. Frank O.
Rlgelow. the defaulting president of the
Milwaukee bank, who 1 serving a term
of ten years In th United States Peni
tentiary nt Fort Leavenworth, will not go
to Milwaukee to testify against II. G Goll.
the formr cashier of the bank. If he can
Rlgflow's attorneys In Milwaukee have
secured a postponement of the trial of
Goll until next January.
When the trial of (roll begins Rigelow
may b taken to Milwaukee, itlgelow has
renutted. In case he Is compelled to go
to Milwaukee, that he be taken nut of
the Penitentiary after nlcht. In order to
evade curious person?.
MAY DISMISS LIEUTENANT.
liurbauk Found Guilty of Unbe
coming Conduct in Philippines.
Lavcnworth. Ka.s Nov. 10. Advices re
ceived at Fort Iaxenworth to-dav from
the Philippine Islands state that the court
martial prottdlnc of th case against
First Lieutenant Slcr.ey Ilurbank. Sixth
Infantry, have been concluded ank that
the papers which have ben forwarded to
Washington recommend his dismissal from
Lieutenant Ilurbank was charged with
conduct unbecoming an oHlc r. the
charges being based on his conduct to
ward ConcpcIon Vaso.uz. a Philippine
girl, whom H Philippine courts recently
decided was Ilurbank's legal wife.
TWO KINGS HUNT WILD BOARS.
;eror William Oets Four More
Than Kin: Alfonso.
Th ntn'ihllr llureiu.
Herald lljl'lln.-. N York.
Berlin. Nov lo.-Copvriclit. l.V,)-Klng
Alfonso f Spain. Ktr.peror William and
th German Crown Prince travel-! at an
early hour thl morning to Hanover to
the shooting box or th Prince, whtre
preparations had been made for a grand
After taking up their rspc!!v posi
tions In t'i stand the ilrlv ptt began.
Splendid 'liOrt rni.u"d th King shooting
twnty-n!n boars and the i;mpro" thirty-three
King Alfonso laugt.lng'v ex
clilmed to th Empror:
"I never shot so ldlv in tny lif"
noreraaieat Wralher neport.
rW3.rtn-.ent of Acrtralture. V.attr It'ireaq.
!!em!eriral .tenatlen. rerlM at Pt
list Notentlr 10. UK ate.;-, p m ineat ttrr.
and $ p. tit i-ent)-nf:h irenclan .rne o(m
-natlon made at th same moaieat (t tlroa
a: all itattcu.
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. WMv&8sa 1
fKO you want Cookies that are "short," light, creamy and easy
I Then make these.
I m Van Camn
aaaaawT Cream is rich,
No fresh cream from your Milkman, at even 40 cents a quart, can surpass it.
Yet, Van Camp Cream cost you only about nine cents a tin, if you buy a case or it at a
time, as you should do.
A case has 48 tins, of about pint each. at about 9 cents a tin.
Van Camp Cream comes to your home Sterilised by"heat and cold, without extra charge.
In this way every Perm that sours milk, or that carries Disease, is killed out of it before this
Cream leaves the Van Camp dairy of 10,000 cows. That's why it keeps for years, in its sealed
pint tins. And because it keeps, never a drop need be wasted.
For Coffee or Cooking it can't be equalled either in Flavor or Economy. Get a cast from
your grocer today, and so,
send lor our t-ream ,ook boob, wnicn
tells how to make 40 delicious dishes, out of
odds and ends of meat, fish, fruits, etc, that cost
Address Van Camp Packing Company,
Van Camp Cookies.
M rnaj liutt.r
4 tPMo-ieaa Va. fauaa
mh S uumou watar
For eight people
.m batter: M auaar. milk and etc oa
las' Dikitc a-""!
Aiia to uutier nuitsreasa
th Miff eaoaih ta roll oat,
lbll a lltte
JUST BY CHANCE
Patrolman O'Keefe Hnpiiciis to
Open Door for Man Wanted in
TexaR Will Get $200 Reward
for Chase and Capture.
Patrolman Connor VKefe of the Cen
tral District had a streak of lurk ester
day that will. It 1 raid, lead to hl.i re
ceiving a tS reward for tho captur of
Waller Sims, a former grocer ut tlalnes
ille, Tex., who admits that li Is wanted
there on a charge of attempted asault.
Sims was) iirreted by Policeman 'Kef
and is now In the holdover awaiting the
arrival of an officer from the I.one rflar
Luck and nothing but luck led to th
arrest of Sims, who Is 30 years old and
who say he has a wife and baby living
O'Keefe lives nt No. 121 Mississippi ave
nue, a rooming-houa. He had gone home
to upper and was about to sit down to
eat. when the doorbell rang. O'Keefe
waa in uniform and although he was oft
duty for th time, ho was ready for an
O'Keefe opened the door.
A short, heavlly-bullt. smooth-shaven
man stoot before him.
"I want to rent . room." said the man.
beforo he n-alized who he was talking to.
At the same Instant the stranger ooked
up and caught sight of the bU "copper."
That waa enough. The man blundered.
Ha turned and ran down Hi street at
breakneck speed. O'Keefe was startled,
but ha gave chase. He ran the fellow
two blocks before he overtook him. lie
probably would not have captured Ms man
had It not ben for the man hlmlf. The
man stopped running. He said he wanted
to surrender. The pottcemin was as ac
commodating as hla unidentified friend.
He placed him under arresg and took him
to the Four Courts.
At the Four Courts the man stld lilR
name was Walter Sim. He said he waa
wanted in Gainesville on a charge of at
tempted a .iult. but declareJ he is Inno
cent. "I ran away from O tlnesvllle." said
Sims. "November 1. I was out on bond
and learned that an Indictment had lieen
returned ura!nt me. I hated to go to
tail. and. after learning that my bond had
been Inerca-vd. and seeing nothing els
but th Jail bars bfore me. I left. I had
a grocery store there, which I had to
leave. I was down ai.d out. had no monj-
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VAN CAMP COOKIES.
Cream is the only right foundation for them. Because Van
smooth, doubie-thick. and full of luscious "Butter-fat " flavor.
cut down your milk pin a talrd every month.
" . .flit,
aiaallr. Mil aa4 illt Soar
Md eaooca nor. So.
at attat aad .at eau
and afraid trt currespotnl with tnv wife
and tmbv, so I am glad they have got
tn. I want to see my famll
"I nm Innocent of the chirge. but th
Idea ii f going to Jail erased my tiilml. That
1 what made mo liaxe 1 will not re
turn without requisition paper. I do not
want to bo tried nt the present term of
court. If I delay the nfflcers taking tne
back court will have adjourned"
FEARED THAT FIANCE
WOULD USE REVOLVER.
MUa Jalla I'oraoV Accaaea Robert
Mtaaaoa With lloMlaa; Weapaa
ta Her Head.
The trial of Robert Smpanti of No. Mil
Walnut atreot. rhargiM with carrying a
concealed weagv 1. In tho first District Po
lice Court yesterdny. was possessed of tes
timony of mi Interesting nature.
A lovo story and an unexpected Jealous
fit. that hinted of a poble tragedy, wa"
related In clupters hv th prosecuting wll-ti-ves
and the l'.t-year-old derend.uit.
When tho curtain fell on the mt'lodnim.itlf
i. nes, Simpson lald a 1& tine and went
Simpson was arrested several days ago
bv speel tl OfTlcera Antrvm and Simpson of
th Klvenlh District, at tho lntanrt of
Mls JulU Konioff. It years old. of No. 4S1
McPheriKitt avenue, who. It is stilted, u
to have lieen married tn Simpson on
She declared, when reporting the mat
ter to tho police, that Kltupsoti hid plated
u revolver to her head, whhe uiie wiih a
passenger on n Suburban car. nnd mad
her leave, the. car and go with him to tmr
home. She wtia accompnnlel by unothsr
oung man, who Simpson believed was an
uilmlrer of his Ihuu-aa.
Mix FVrnoff says he told her that unless
ho left the car he would pull tha trigKr
bHi thought It best to nllitht. and did so.
Simpson then accompanied her home.
Mlax Kornoff appealed to th police, and
Simpson') arret followed tho nxt morn
ing. A revolver was. found on Mm when
taken In curtn.lv. Klmttson told Jmlgn
Tracy that ha used forrJMe means to com
pel! hla fiancee to leave the car. but dttilod
placing a revolver to her head.
INSPECTS FIVE COMPANIES
OF SECOND BATTALION.
rirat Itearlmeat's Clnalag Rifle Prae-
tlee of Seaaaa ta Be lleia at Kara
Captain v. i iiwmwrfl, inpecior oi
small arms prarti'- oi in i iri iiriKaur,
!. l..ta.lnll.Pt.r. lti ltlltlP 1n TIim III.
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spectlon was to hava been made bv Colonel
V oillllMiHi:. "1 l.i r-i I'liii laiiiirii
of the Klrat Heglment were Inspected last
night at the regimental and battalion
headquarters. No S l.ucaa uvenue. hi
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If more than ordinary skill in playing brings tho honors of the
game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in a remedy
ensures the commendation of the well informed, and as a rea
sonable amount of outdoor life and recreation is conducive to
the health and strength, so doe3 a perfect laxative tond to one's
improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches,
etc. It is all important, however, in selecting a laxative, to
choose one of known quality and excellence, like the evor
pleasant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fi?
Syrup Col. a laxative which sweetens and cleanses the system
effectually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleasant
after effects, as it acts naturally and gently on tlie internal
organs. Simply assisting nature when naturo needs assistance,
without griping, irritating or debilitating tho internal organs in
any way, as it contains nothing of an objectionablo or injurious
nature. As the plants which are combined with the figs in
the manufacture cf Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to
act most beneficially upon the system, the remedy ha3 mot
with their general approval as a family laxative, a fact well
worth considering in making purchases.
It is because of the fact that SYRUP OF FIGS
is & remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by
physicians that has led to its use by so many millions of well
informed people, who would not use any remedy cf uncertain
quality or inferior reputation. Every family should havo a
bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use whon a
laxative remedy is required. Please .to remember that tho
genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of one size
only, by all reputable druggists, and that full name of tho
company California Fig Syrup Co., is plainly printed on
every package. Regular price, 50c
fornia Hg Syrup G
to digest r
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aa anni ier laaiia. is ifip
- -. '- - we .vwsrar si r-vsj-ai a
MaaiHaikUHMf M4ta a.r. I'M II. 4 . !.
all Situ.!. a kl.liaat..i Bk lk
After All The
0. F. C
Mi'Cord. lnpcctor General, who niHil. an
inie-tioii of bmlis it ti-1 iirin during His
ilu). but ho wan culled away late In tha
iuIihIii tliiiubers was arronipnnled oi
the liii(-IUiil by I 'ol. nie Mt'Ki mi), com
tiuilillng III PtiMt KikIiiimiI, Al.ijor I'iMke.
i.iliinii.n.li.p fif ttia Lull ii .-..in tu tun tiiMtia't .
luainiiiiK ill i list i.t Kiiiirui, .ii.t jor i ihk.,
commander of Hie buHui'iou IhIiiu Inspeot.
ed. and IJeutrn nit I Hit. Ulmrritnl Ad
jutant. Conipiiio I''. i'iiilnm Ikninall)
t'liinmntidliiT turned out tortv (1 out of-
Vtrr.nne. In.l .N-o
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lalirhtr t'f Mr
rent)., ami Mt
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mi etilHto.l sttt'iiKHi of lift), Hie larKst
ren-rntatse of nu ciiiii.iiiv iljirtilg tint en
lr Inspection A iioiulil enliire in tills
riillip.lliy' reseiilitlliii) a Hi present n
of I'tlv.tle v II l.nvrll, wlm enmn e
iiitiillt' fruit '1'a.ri ll.ml. In. I
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tulitir fotnnauti'H lii.t led ern Com.
puny IX Ciipiulii Si hoen, coiup,ny tl. Cap
tain Gerhard. Company II Captnln lir
rlrk. unit I'nmi'jin l. Uniti mint Isitrl
It Wiirt Kliuoiltii'rd Hist tliere will be rllU
pructlii' for tlie linnnlloii o morrow ut
Cent Gleti All th"r who lntxo not taken
tlm 3-.ird mnl the 1ai.urd prut'llce will
! called upon o mi. now It will ho lli
closing rifle prurlli' of Hi seii.tntt.
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