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'4lwJPmmtilhti THE KANSAS LEGISLATURE V BOTH UnilftPft MARn AT WORK f IN TftPFk A. ' ! 3 Many Important Measures Under Con sideration Business Being Rapidly Disposed Of. Topeka, Kansas. It now appears al most certain that Kansas will have a bank depositors guaranty law. Both the house and the senate have pass ed the bill agreed on in conference. All that la now needed Is the gov ernor's signature. He will sign It and it will become a law June 30. Under the agreement the house got pretty much all that It has contended for. The conference committee's re port provided that all trust companies which shall desire to come under the guaranty plan must reorganize as state banks; that should a guaranteed bank fall, its depositors may be paid by certificates bearing 6 per cent. The former provision was that these cer tificates bear 3 per cent Interest. In terest bearing savings accounts, sub ject to check, up to $100, are guaran teed. Interest bearing certificates of deposit of savings banks are also guar anteed without regard to amount. . Reserve accounts bearing interest, . of one bank deposited in other banks, are not guaranteed. Senator Quincy was chairman of the last senate con ference committee; When the former committee report was up, of which Senator Cambern was chairman, Sena tor Quincy said that in the agreement the senate committee had traded a bunch of ponies for a string of beads. The house passed the bill by a vote of 85 to 14. The entire membership of 40 sena tors voted "aye" which brought out considerable applause, TO REDUCE PULLMAN RATES. AX :mr. The Kansas House Passes a Bill for Cheaper Berths. S Topeka, Kansas. The house passed the Watson bill reducing the rates on 'sleeping cars in Kansas. The new seat rate is 25 cents for each 100 miles and the rates are as follows: For a lower berth for a trip not ex ceeding 150 miles, fl; for a trip of more than 150 miles and not exceed ing 300 miles, $1.50; for a trip of more than 300 miles and not exceeding 400 miles, $2. For an upper sleeper berth, a rate not to exceed three-fourth of the fore going rate. " The tourist sleeper rate is 75 per cent of the standard rates." The penalty for violations is a fine from $100 to $1,000 and from 30 days to six months in jail. Can sell Alcohol by Wholesale. Topeka, Kansas. The Benate Tues day in committee of the whole, passed the bill to permit the sale of alcohol in wholesale lots. Permits are to be issued by a board composed of the secretary of the state board of health and the dean of the school of pharmacy of the state university. No sale of less than five gallons is permitted. s , Home Rule for Public Utilities. fopeka, Kansas. The house Tues day declared in favor of "Home rule" for public utilities. The administra tion measure providing for state con trol is dead but a utilities bill may yet be passed at this session if the senate agrees. Both the Morgan bills reported by the committee were pass ed Tuesday. The first provides may ors and councils of cities of the sec ond class shall regulate public utlli - ty corporations and the second pro- Tides the manner of control. A Romance In Kansas Senate. Topeka, Kansas. There came to llftht Tuesday morning a senate ro- d, day in the marlage of Miss Effle Stein of Atchison, a senate committee clerk, itnd Hary Hart, legislative " corre J mnn1ent nt th Leavenworth Times. Je young people had not met before r -a, i l l i V - mo legisiuiuru uegau. No State School Books in, Kansas. Topeka, Kansas. There will be no authorization of state printing of school text books by the present legis lature, as the senate Tuesday killed the bill providing for this innovation. All the Democrats voted for the bill, and these Republicans: Glenn, Huff man, Myers and Travis. . $60,000 Fire In Topeka. ,Topeka, Kansas. The boiler and machine works of Joseph Bromich known as the Topeka Steam Boiler Works, was completely gutted by fire Tuesday night. The loss is estimated at $60,000. The fire is supposed to have been started from gas in the furnace accumulating as the result of a breakdown to a fan used as a mixer. I A Chinese Chamber of Commerce. ' San Francisco, California. The new quarters of the Chinese chamber of commerce, the Central commercial body of Its kind in the United States, were dedicated Tuesday with appro priate ceremonies. A number of American business men participated. Reversed its Selection. Paris, France. Academy of Moral Sciences has reversed its selection made February 27 of a professor to fill - the chair of religious history in the college of France. GOV. 8TUBBS'S APPOINTMENTS. The New Text Book Board Named by the Kansan. Topeka, Kansas. Gov. Stubbs has sent to the senate his first list of gen eral appointments for Btate institu tions. As has been anticipated sev eral times since the governor's elec tion. Joseph N. Dolley, speaker of the house of representatives, was named as bank commissioner. Mr. Dolley was chairman of the Republican state com mittee and has been closely associated with Gov. Stubbs since his entrance into public life. , In the appointment pf the school text book commission the governor ab solutely has eliminated the suspicion that the school book trust had in any way influenced him in these appoint ments. Some other commissions have been under the suspicion of having been too friendly to the trust. Here is the new text book commis sion : Bishop T. F. Llllis, Leaven worth; Charles M. Sheldon, Topeka; L. H. Murlln, Baldwin; Samuel D. Bishop, Lawrence; George H. Hodges, Olathe; Olin Templln, University of Kansas; Carr W. Taylor, Hutchinson, and C. A. Kimball, Manhattan. Here is a list of the other appoint ments: For members of the state board of education for the full term John Mo Donald, Topeka; Wf S. Heusner, Junc tion City; Arthur J. Stanley, Lincoln. ' For state grain inspector for the full term John T. White, Ada. For director of the Btate penitent iary for the unexpired term Thomas Ballinger, Burlington. For director of the state penitent iary for the full term Edward E. Mul laney, Hill City. For member board of managers, state . industrial reformatory for full term Richard J. Hopkins, Garden City. For members state board of control for full terms Sherman Elliott, Law rence; E. B. Schermerhorn, Galena. For state tax commissioner for full term Lot Ravenscraft, Ashland. For state oil Inspector for full term Joseph Longshore, Topeka. , FINAL WORK FRIDAY, MARCH 12. Really, Though, the Legislature Will Quit Work Tuesday. Topeka, Kansas. The house fixed up a time for the final adjournment Thursday after about an hour of bick ering. The consideration of all orig inal bills in either house is set for midnight Saturday. Then Monday and. Tuesday the messages from one branch to the other and house bills in the senate and senate bills In the house and appropriation bills will be considered. 'The consideration of all bills is to stop Tuesday night at midnight. Then three days are to be given the gov ernor to sign bills and the final ad journment will be Friday evening. Passed a Rock Roads Bill. Topeka, Kansas. Some real good roads legislation was enacted by the Kansas legislature Thursday. The house took up Senator Hodges' good roads, or rather, rock roads bill and passed it within half an hour. The bill was amended in only three places. It provides that 50 per cent of the land owners in any district may pe tition for the road and the county commissioners are to build it. The house decided that It wished the bill to apply to roads which "will cost $500 or more Instead of $1,000. The bill was also sent to the senate and the house amendments will be concurred in at once. The bill prob ably will become a law within a day or two. End In Sight. Topeka, Kansas. The 1909 session of the legislature will end at midnight Friday, March 12. The senate Friday adopted the house concurrent resolu tion fixing the date without opposi tion. Consideration of all but appro priation bills and conference reports will cease Monday at midnight. A New Kansas Utility Bill. Topeka, Kan. The Judiciary com mittee has reported adversely the Stannard bill limiting the issuance of stocks and bonds by corporations. The bill places the Issuance of these secur ities under a public service commis sion. The judiciary committee may draw a substitute bill during the day, giving the railroad commission this power. Iowa Editors Organize. Des Moines, Iowa. Iowa editors and publishers Thursday night formed the Iowa Associated Dailies, an or ganization to fight impending alleged harmful legislation aimed at restrict ing objectionable advertising which the publishers say is not Questionable. They appeared before the senate Thursday, Death of Aged Judge, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Hosea Townsend, aged 69, former judge of the United States court of the south ern district of Indian territory, died of heart failure at his home in Ard- more Thursday. , Refuses to Sign 8unday Base Ball Bill. Indianapolis, In d. Gov. Marshall late Thursday sent a special message to the legislature, saying he would neither sign or veto the Brolley bill legalizing base ball on Sunday, but wou,ld leave the question of its const! tltionallty of the courts. i Charged With Infanticide. Coffey vllle, Kansas. Mrs. Martns Ferguson . was placed in Jail here Thursday, charged with murdering the Infant child of her fifteen year old daughter. A NURSE'8 EXPERIENCE. Backache, Palna In the Kidneys, Bloat ing, Etc., Overcome. , A nurse is expected to know what to do for common ailments, and wom en who suffer back ache, constant lan guor, and other com mon symptoms of kfdney complaint, should be grateful to Mrs. Minnie Turner of E. B. St., Aiiadarko, Okla., for pointing out the way to find quick relief. Mrs. Turner used Doan's Kid ney Pills for a run-down condition, backache, pains in the sides and kid neys, . bloated limbs, etc. "The way they have built me up is simply mar velous," says Mrs. Turner, who is a nurse. "My health Improved rapid ly. Five boxes did so much for me I am telling everybody about it." ; Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. DURING THE SHOPPING. Maude Men are getting so deceit ful, you can't trust your best friend. Percy And what's worse, you can't get your best friend to trust you. $100 Reward, $100. The readers ol this paper will be pleased to learn that there la at leaat one dreaded dlaeaae that telenet baa been able to cure In all lu stages, and that U Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medleal fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure to taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strenuf.i by building up the constitution and assist ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that It tana to cure. Send for list of testimonials Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Bold by all Druenlats, 75c. Take Hall's Family puis lor constipation. No Temperament. "One of your daughters married an artist, did she not?" "Yes, and he beats her dreadfully." "The artistic temperament Who did her sister marry?" "A coal heaver, and he loves her de TOtedly and never gives her a cross word." "How uneventful life must seem with an unthinking clod like that," Houston Post. i Starch, like everything else, is be. mg constantly improved, the patent Starches put on the market 25 yean ago are very different and inferior to those of the present day. In the lat est discovery Defiance Starch all in jurious chemicals are omitted, while the addition of another ingredient, in vented by us, gives to the Starch a strength and smoothness never ap proached by other brands. A New Standard. T knew they were putting on airs. They let on that their silverware was all solid and now the whole world knows it isn't." "How did it come out?" "Burglars broke Into their house the. other night and didn't take a thing." Detroit Free Press. ' Soaked In. "I don't see how you get such a cake in your pipe; you never 'buy any to bacco." "Oh, It's sponge cake." ' Try, Marine Eye Remedy For Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes. Compounded by Experienced Physicians. Conforms to the Pure Food and Druss Law. Murine Doesn't Smart. Soothes Eye Fain. Try Murine for Your EyeB. She Named It. She (casually) What do you think is the best fruit of courtship? He (tenderly) The date. Pneumonia and Consumption are al ways preceded by an ordinary cold. Ham lins Wizard Oil rubbed into the chest draws out the inflammation, breaks up the cold and prevents all eerioua trouble. Opportunities fall in the way of every man who is resolved to take ad vantage of them. Samuel Smiles! Brooklyn, N. Y. Address the Garfield Tea Co. as above when writing for free samples of Garfield Tea, the true remedy for constipation. No life1 can be pure in its purpose and strong in its strife, and all life not be purer and stronger thereby. DON'T SPOIl, YOm CLOTHES. Use Red Cross Ball Blue and keep them rhite as snow. All grocers, 6c a package. If you are acquainted with happl Less, Introduce him to your neighbor. Bishop Brooks. Throat Trouble may follow a Cough, or Hoarseness. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" Klve relief. 25 cents a box. Samples free. John I. Brown & Son, Boston, Mass, .Fortunate is the woman who remem bers that frowns beget more wrinkles than smiles. Lewis' Single Binder straight 6c, Many smokers preferthem to 10c cigars. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. Things past may be repented but aot recalled. Llvy. ARTFUL BEGGAR. ' Miss Charity If I were to give you a quarter, what would you say? Wandering Jim I should tell every gent that you were the prettiest lady in all this town. Laundry work at home would be much more satisfactory if the right Starch were used. In order to get the, desired Btlffness, it is usually neces sary to use so much starch that the beauty and fineness of the fabric is hidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not only destroys the appearance, but also affects the wear ing quality of the- goods. This trou ble can be entirely overcome by using Defiance Starch, as it can be applied much more thinly because of its great er strength than other makes. Nautical Error. "I am sorry to hear, captain, that your wife left you so unceremoni ously." "My mistake, sir,; I took her for a mate and she proved to be a skipper." Tit-Bits. The Most Likely Place. "Money doesn't grow on bushes," declared the purveyor of bromides. "That's right," assented the other half of the sketch. "Not even in the gold fields." Kansas City Journal. i . Lewis' Single Binder the famous straight 5c cigar, always best quality. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. A man would rather lose $25 at the racetrack than give it to his wife to buy a bonnet GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS. Use the best. That's why they buy Red Cross Ball Blue. At leading grocers 5 cents. A man who need's advice is apt to get the kind he doesn't want ONI.Y ONE "BROMO QrnnNE." That Is LAXATIVB BROMO QUlNINH. Look for the signature of K. W. tiKOVK. Used the World over to Cure a Cold In One Day. 2Do. And sometimes a poet fools people by wearing his hair short. Mrs. Wlnslovr's Soothing; Syrup. For children teething, softens the sums, reduces In flammation, allays pain, cures wind collu. 20c a bottle. The most certain sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulness. Montalgue. It Cares While Ton Walk Allen'sFoot-EaM forcornsand bunions, hot, sweaty callous aching feet. llta all Druggists. An unbridled tongue is the worst of diseases. Euripides. A Last Resort. "The young heiress J told yon of refused her last wooer with fear and trembling." "Why so?" , "He threatened that if she would not have him he would do something desperate." "Well, did he?" "He did. He went to work." Balti more American. In Her Own Terms. Miss A What is a rectangle? 12 A rectangle, madam, is a large round space hemmed v in by four straight lines. Wisconsin Sphlni. A lazy man makes as much fuss when he has a little Job of work on hand as an old hen does who is try ing to raise one chick. xjoevwa Ctecvwsesttve System Dispels cc&s aw& Hea&a&hGS Acs tvaway, acteXnxty as aLaxaVvvc. vtw-youxi axvfli 0a. To tat VVs torejcft eJJecXs. manufactured by tkf CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. SOLO BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS one sue only, regular price 50 per bottle. SICK HEADACHE Positively cored by these Little Pills. They also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating;. A perfect rem edy lor Dizziness, Nau sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coat ed Tongue, Fain In the Side, TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. 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' New dis tricts opened for set tlement 320 acrea of land to each aet tier. 160 fret homestead and 160 at (3.00 per acre. : "A rsst rich country and contented pros perous people." Extract rem corrttttmdeua mi m jvanonat r.auort vinou vitn 10 wenerm Canada, in Auguit, 1008, vial an imtiratin. Many have paid the entire cost of their farms and had a balance of from $10.00 to $20.00 per acre as a result of one ciop. Spring wheat, winter wheat, oats, barley, Rax and peas are the principal crops, while the wild grasses bring to perfection th best cattle that have ever been sold on the Chicago market ' Splendid climate, schools and churches) In all localities. Railways touch most of the settled districts, and prices for produce are always good. Lands may also jbe pur chased from railway and land companies. For pamphlets, maps and information re garding low railway rales, apply to Superin tendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or the authorised Canadian Government Agents ; ' I. S. CEAVF0RD, R. US V.Rlalb Street, Iioiss City. MUmbV RHEUMATISM I want every chronic rheumatic to throw away all medicines, all llnlmeats, all plaster, find elve MUNYON'S RHEUMA TISM REMEDY a trial. No matter what your doctor may say, no matter what your friends may say, do matter bow Jrejudlred you may be against all adrer Ised remedies, go nt once to ynnr dni gist and get a bottle of the KHEUalA. TISM REMEDY. If It falls to give satis, faction, I will refund yonr money. Munyoa Remember this remedy contains no sal icylic acid, no opium coralne, morphine or other harmful drnes. It Is pot up under the guarantee of the Pure Food and Drug Art. r For sale by all druggists. Price, 25c r WrtL I III For 16c XVerybody lores earliest vegetables and Drllllant nowers. l aereiore, to aaln you as a customer we offer: 1000 kernels Fins Onion Seed. 1000 " Rich Carrot Seed. 1000 jj Celery, IN Parsley. 1500 Buttery Lettuce Seed. 1500 " Tender Turnip Seed. 1500 Sweet Rutabaga S O. 100 " Melons, 100 Tomato. 1200 14 BrUUsstrksnriaf Asasalt all 10.000 kernels of warranted V uni-th m rown u-Hg. well worth V au.oo or any man's Biiuataiogja In.UmnL And it yon sena i eteof Earliest PeepO'D He riani, w mwww ireetointenami Buyers same huit. THE J0HH JL SALZEI SEED CO. LaCROSSE, WIS. t 3 TsKts well yea ansttste a "w.ll" T. If you'. I. mmt fardsslfToa bts Lrwr 0a fl.lit, Indention, Hsvtoba, SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS THET "LIVEN THE LIVER" And keep jroi well od hppy. Pitta nr Supr Gutted. S5(mtibox,orbym!L Pnnalsr VjrtA) AhordBIlw HftrmlOkM. Dr. J. H. chenck & Son. Phil.. Pa. 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Ki.NBiaCixr.atO. live stock and ci CPTDnTVDCC MISCELLANEOUS tLtlf I till I I YLQ In great variety for ssle at the lowest prices by WtTIKS SlnPsriU 1.1101, lu,u Clly, StoMaA W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 11, 1909. PUTNAM I0SS. .DYES Color more ooodsorlghref and fsttsrcalort thin ant other d. On 10c package colors all fiber. The dye In cold water better than any other dye. You can tj aoj garment without ripping agart. Writs lot Irs booklet How to One, Bleach and s)u Colors. MONROE DRUG OO., Qulney, llllnofm. The 1909 Model. Mistress You are sure she was a lady, this caller who didn't leave, her name? Butler Oh, yes, madam, a pufflck lady. 'Er fingers was cigarette-stained and she smelt o' gasoline very strong. PILES CURED IW 0 TO 14 DATS. PAZO OINTM KNT I s guaranteed to cure anv case of ItthlriK, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in stolidaysormoaer refunded. Hie. , Suspect the meaning and regard not speeches. Socrates. ' COLT DISTEMPER Can be handled very easily. The si rk are enrrri, and all otters la same stablw, no matter how exposed," kept from baring toads 'ease, by using SIVHNU LIQU10 UlSThMPKR CUKK. Give sa Wtbe tongue, or In feed. Acts on the blood and expets germs 2 allfbrmsof distemper. Best remedy ever known for mans In foal. 1 .vwwiiu,inuimiinuwnivviu'iw A ItlOdosen of drugglstsand harness dealers, or sentexpreas paid by Imanntacmrera. vni snows bow so poultice tnroats. uur mm BookletglTeseverythtng. Local agents wauled. largest salllag . horse remedr in exlstanos twelve rears. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Csartsfeaiofcatvietigists, Goshen, lndn U.8.A. ir jyi flPLEIKS L-JU 3 La U Li t Ja A flavoring that Is nsed the same as lemon or vanilla. By dissolving; granulated sugar In water and adding Uapleine, a delicious syrup is made and a syrup better than maple, llapleine la sold by grocers. If not send c for I ot. hot. and recipe book, Cramet aig. Os., areola, ofiJi L Because) of those ugly, grizzly, gray hair. Uao "LA CREOLE" HAIft RKSTORfcR.a PKiCS, $I.OO, retail.