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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAIrr-THJIESDAY 11YENING.FEBRUAEY; 20, 1913-:
WINTER SPORT NEWS. Just how big a chunk Dick Wolf bit off when he signed to wrestle Hugh McAdow of Atchison, will be learned only Friday niffht when these men meet before the T. A. A. spectators for local mat honors. "Wolf agreed to wrestle McAdow who was an un known without thinking the matter over seriously. Now he is getting some mighty disquieting dope. He may have to work even harder than he thought. And a man always ex nects a hard match in an unknown. Wolf is still confident that he will win but he wonders if it wouldn't have -been well to look McAdow over be- fore agreeing to wrestle him. - McAdow will loom up like a verit able giant before Wolf If the advance Oope is correct. tie weigns io pounds and Wolf 155. There is at least some advantage In that much height. And the word comes from Atchison that the Irishman Is a -whirl wind. He has thrown everything In that end of Kansas, It is said, except the street cars and the bridges to East Hugh McAdow, the Atchison Mat Wonder, Who Wrestles Here I-"ri-tlay. Atchison. He's reported to be one of the rough ones who causes his op ponent to lose both hair and hide. If he's that kind there should be a fairly entertaining match as it is quietly re ported that Wolf is not at all ladylike on some occasions. One incentive for the men to both do good work is that the winner of the go has been promised a match with T. S. Doctor, the "Valley Falls Scandia wonder, who has made a lot Steer Head work Wins In Sport or Business More and more successful men and women are paying attention to what they eat. . . Brain workers particularly require food that supplies; the elements Nature demands for rebuilding the Brain and Nerve tissues destroyed daily by mental and physi cal activity. Grape-Nuts FOOD made of wheat and barley is rich in these vital elements, including the organic Phosphate of Potash necessary for the healthy up-keep of body and brain. A regular dish of Grape-Nuts and cream is the well balanced morning ration of thousands of people who are steering their lives into success and comfort. "Th ere's a Grocers sell Grape-Nuts. Ikk Wolf. Who Meets ifueli McAdow of Atchison iTlOay. of friends her by his clever work. Doctor has promised Promoter said It the first time without stuttering Promoter Spike 8ullivan that he will wrestle the winner or tne irriaay nisrht event. Doctor Is one of the best in this end of the woods and both men are anxious for a chance to pin his shoulders to the mat. Speaking of all star teams, why not pick an all Washburn basketball team ? Coach Driver has had four or five of them this winter. The schedule meeting is all over and no one went home minus either hair or teeth. . But the warm weather of the last few days is said to have been wafted in this direction on an Omaha breeze. The Kaws will train at Dennison, Texas. The local management wanted to arrange for the training season at home but were unsuccessful in arrang ing enough exhibition games to war rant such a move. A number of games have been arranged but these will not interfere with the training trip as the team will get home in time to play them. The Kansas City Blues will play two exhibition games with the Kaws in To peka and one in Kansas City before the schedule on either circuit begins. The two teams will play in Kansas City April 2 and in Topeka 'April 5 and 6. These are the only exhibition games that will be played with out of town teams. In Topeka, excepting the Chinese college team. The local management has been criti cised, by some people, for disposing of Straight u Reason" Bert King and Rube Gardner. The j former was well up in the batting list but his . hits were not opportune. By looking up the score sheets, it has been ; discovered that his hits scored fewer runs than hits by other men or. the team." In addition he was a hard man to handle. That Is the only reason for his departure but the management be lieves that he is an excellent player. Money, marbles or chalk- couldn't have prevented the loss of Rube Gardner. He was drafted by the Coast League and baseball law compels the Kaw management to turn the southpaw over to the men In alleged faster company. Charlie - Block, the Nebraska State League recruit, will not report to the Topeka team, if a deal goes through for his transfer to another team. Gear has secured the services of Korsythe and McLarry and Lee of last- year's team so don't need the flying machine. Gear will fill in at outfield work occasionally. The Denver team will spend the last ten' days of the training season on the baseball lot of Topeka. They will train in the south and their schedule will make it possible for them ' to arrive in Topeka about April 8 and the. season will open April 18. The Teddy Bears will share the local lot with the- Kaws. The Kaws and mahogs will play an exhibition game in Oklahoma City. The Rourke crowd will train at the Okla homa metropolis and the Kaws will stop off there while on their way home from Denison. The Kaws will report at Denison In time to get into action on March IS The players who live In the south will go from their home direct to Denison. The others will join Dale Gear In Kan sas City and go to Denison in a crowd. Forsythe, McLarry, " Reynolds, Mc Gehee, Adams, Snapp and Gallagher will report at Denison. Among those who will report in Kansas City are Crist, Fullerton, Billings, French, Lee, Ollonl, Rustenhaven, McCullough, Pee bles, McDonald and Dulin. The first games of the season to be played by the Kaws will be on Easter Sunday. The team will be oivided. One part will play in Paris and the other will play in Denison on this date. The Kaws will begin their trip tow ard home on March 29 and will play March 30 in Ardmore, Ok. The next game will be at Oklahoma City with Omaha; April 1 at Tulsa and April 2 with the Blues in Kansas City. The team will get to Topeka April 3 and finish training here. This will give the fans two weeks to look them over. The Kaws get but one holiday game at home but are not complaining on the schedule. They will open the season at home with Denver for games on Friday. Saturday and Sunday. The Grizzlies will be followed by the An telopes for three games. After this series, the Kaws will go to Denver for another opening and play on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This looks good from a financial standpoint, and at the beginning of the season when gate re ceipts are needed mighty bad. BASEBALL IN FEBRUARY. And It "was in Xbrthern State of Mich igan, Too. Kalamazoo, Feb. 20. A full nine in nings game of baseball was played here yesterday between two school teams. The novel sight of a baseball game in February brought several hundred spectators to the diamond. The snappy work of the players, the close score, 3 to 2, and the enthusiasm of the rooters gave a midsummer aspect to the event. STRONG BASEBALL- SCHEDULE. Southwestern Manager Gives Out List of Games. Winfield, Kan.. Feb. 20. A strong schedule of baseball games has practi cally been completed by Clarence Wes ley, manager of the Southwestern Moundbuilders. The season opens at home on April 11 when the Ottawa uni versity squad invade the local strong hold. Three days later, the team will go to Chilocco and from there until the final contest on May 21, there will be but little time for rest in the Mound builder camp. A five days trip is a feature of the schedule. The dates of two games, one with the State Normals of Emporia, thi other with Fairmount of Wichita, both games to be played on the home grounds, have not been definitely decided. The sche dule so far as comiplete is as follow: Ottawa at Winfield, April 11. Chilocco at Chilocco, April 14. Friends at Wichita, April 21. College of Emporia at Emporia, April 22. Ottawa at Ottawa. April 23. Baker at Baldwin, April 24. St. Mary's at St. Marys, April 25. Chilocco at Winfield. May 8. Fairmount at Wichita, May 12. Friends at Winfield, May 16. Baker at Winfield, May 21. Grant and Shafer Champions. New York, Feb. 20. W. C. Grant and G. C. Shafer won the fourteenth hold ing of the national indoor lawn tennis championship doubles here. In the final they defeated G. F. Touohard and W. B. Cragin, Jr., by the score of 6-3 6-2, 6-4- It is the fourth time that Grant' has figured as national indoor champion in the doubles. Grant and Shafer by their victory become the successor to F. B. Alexander and T. R. Pell, who have held the title for the last two years. - Kansas Beats William Jewell. Lawrence, Kan.. Feb. 20. The Kan sas university basketball team added another victory to its string by taking a one-sided game from William Jewell here by the score of 47 to 19. The game was loosely played and Kansas shot baskets at will. Greenlees and Sproul starred for Kansas and Moorman play ed well for William Jewell. Salina Beats K. IT. College. Salina, Kan., Feb. 20. The local Y. M. C. A. team defeated the Kansas university college team here by a score of 43 to 26. Salina used many substi tutes in the last half, the visitors not making a field goal until after 30 min utes' play. Barnard Beats Minneapolis. Barnard, Kan., Feb. 20. Barnard's first team beat the Minneapolis first team in a game of basketball here by the score of 47 to 30. This is the first time the Minneapolis team has been defeated this year. Bank of Topeka. Took over - savings department of the Prudential State bank. Adv. fl If il - X'i" Ml - IF f X I Ed Simir, ' -There is joy wnuus .Now Vork Miga l&nder tana. IsM Sweeney, iui catcher ot the tenth, has signed toe 1S13, and thinks n'U De In tne best condition. His lack of condition early last season handicapped the Highlanders-Sweeney caught. 110 games in 1913 and threw out more -. base -. runners than any other catcher In the Ameri can league. He has written Manager Chance that be is anxious to catch in every game and expects to bit over JtOO, as last year be boosted his aver age over 40 points above what It had been In 1ST . , PLAN FINEST BANK, Morgan Will Start Three Story Marble Building. New York, Feb.,20. "Plans for the finest banking house in the world," according to the announcement of the architects, have been- approved bv J. P. Morgan & Company to replace the present structure occupied by that firm in. tne nnancial district. The esti mated cost of the new building is be tween $1,500,000 and $2,000,000 and this added to' the value of the plot upon which it will be built about S4.- 000,000 will make it one of the most valuable pieces of property in the city. The new building will be severely Plain, only tour stories high and con structed of Tennessee marble. The three top floors will be suspended from great trusses just below the roof instead of resting on pillars as in or dinary buildings. : - The main banking department will occupy the first floor and will contain 15,000 square feet of floor space, the greatest of any banking firm in the world, without a pillar or post. Be sides the private office rooms on the upper floors there will be private sleeping and bath rooms and on a lev el with the top floor a. terrace for the recreation of members of the firm. Work on the building will start about May 1. , HE SAW POLiC PARADE, Aged Negro Wanted; to' See Wilson Inaugurated. Washington, Feb. 20. Emole Porter, ar aged negro, whose exact . age is not known, is on his way back today to tho home for the aged, just outside the capi tal, after falling Into the hands of the police on a charge of vagrancy. Porte--believed that the inaugural parade in hon or of President Wilson was to be held tc day and escaped from the institution in oruer to witness it. The last parade -that' he has seen was the one that marked the "inauguration 1 President James K. Polk. SHIP BRINGS FORTUNE. Ambergris Worth $300,000 Breaks All Records. Christchurch, N. Z., Feb. 20. A fortune in ambergris reported by the whaler Norvegia which arrived here toay with nearly half a ton of the pe cious substance aboad. It is said that the ambergris is worth $300,000 and that-the catch breaks all records. SENATE BILLS. Senate bill No. 691, by Milton (by re quest) An act relating to drainage avd drainage district, to amend sections 3000, 3010, 3012, 3013 and 3014 of the general stat utes of 1909. to amend section 2 of chap ter 174 of the session laws of 1911 and to repeal the said original sections. Senate bill No. 692, by Milton An act relating- to the sale and taking of sand. gravel and mineral from the beds of navi gable rivers of the state and of hay, tin- ber and other products irom tanas iyin; in beds of such rivers; and of commis sioners of drainage districts organized un der chapter 215 of the session laws of 1 or in case drainage districts have net ieen organized, under saw act; men ou rainine Consent from executive counsel and providing penalties for the violation thereof. Senate bill No- 693. by Wilson of Wash ington (by request) An act authorize. s the registration of absent voters, amend ing section 7S3 of the general statutes of Kansas of 1909 and repealing said original section. Senate bill No. 694, by feimpson An act relating to the operation and extension of public utilities owned oy cines oi ine Bey ond class. Senate bill No. 695, by Simpson An act to amend section 7 of chapter 190 of tne LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL, NO DANDRUFF 25c "DANDERINE" Hair coming out? If dry, brittle, is full of dandruff Within ten minutes after an appli cation of Danderirie you cannot find a single trace of Dandruff or a loose or falling hair and your -sec p will not itch, but what will .please,, you most will be after a f ew weeks' use, when you will actually 'see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine will immediately double the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw It through your hair, taking one small Important to alt. Women 4 -ZlTl : Readers of this Paper. 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Y., and receive sample bottle free by mail. You can niirrhaae the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles at all drug stores. Adv. BREAKS A COLD, OPENS NOSTRILS Papers Cold Compound Cures Colds and Grippe in a Few Boms Contains Ko Quinine. The most severe cold will be broken, and all grippe misery ended after taking a: dose of Pape's Cold Com pound every two hours until three consecutive doses are taken. You will distinctly feel all the dis agreeable symptoms leaving after the very first dose. The most miserable headache, dull ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever Isbness, sneezing, running of the nose. sore throat, mucous catarrhal dis- charges, soreness, stiffness, rheuma- usm pains ana otner distress vsynishes. Take this wonderful Compound u directed, with the knowledge that there is nothing else in the world which will cure your cold or end grippe misery as promptly and with out any other assistance or bad after effects as a 2 5 -cent package of Pape't Cold Compound, which any druggist can supply contains no quinine be longs in every home -acce.pt no sub stitute. Tastes nice acts gentfo Ad. session laws of 1905, being an act to estab lish a juvenile court and provide for the care of dependent, neglected and delin quent children, said section being 5105 ol the general statutes of Kansas of 1909 and repealing said original section. Senate bill No. 696, by Simpson (by re quest) An act to amend section 7027 of the general statutes of 1909 as amended by chapter 242 of the session laws of 1311. Senate bill No. 697. by Simpson (by re quest) An act providing that the bonded indebtedness of any city of the second class shall not exceed three per cent of th-e, , valuation of all taxable property within said -city, and' amending .section 1354pf the genera f statlites as amended try Senate bill No. 698, by Joseph An act to amend section 3447 of the general statutes of Kansas of 1909 and repealing said orig inal section. Senate bill No. 699, by Shouse An act authorizing cities of the third class hav ing an assessed valuation of one million dollars or more to vote railroad aid bonds. Senate bill No. 700, by Mahln An act relating to the final settlement of guard ians of the property and estate of minors and other persons and repealing all acts and urts of acts in conflict with the pro visions of this act. Senate bill No. 701, by Mahin An act t amend section 80S9 general statutes or 1909, being an act relating to the practice of medicine, surgery and osteopathy and repealing the original section. Senate bill No. 702, by Nighswonger An act appropriating money for the pay ment of the pension of Harry Parks. Senate bill No. 703, by Waggener An act in relation to the code of civil pro cedure and to amend section 6319 of the general statute of Kansas of 1909 and ta repeal said original section and all act-s and parts of acts in conflict herewith-. Senate bill No. 704, ty Overfield An act authorizing cities of the second class to levy a tax to maintain a brass band or ganization. Senate bill No. 705, by Overfield An act amending section 3 of chapter 152 of the laws of 1909, relative to insurance. Senate bill No. 706, by Davis An act to provide a uniform system of record and reports for use in public schools in Kan sas. -enate bill -No. "707. by Davis An ait providing for the keeping and preserving of certain school records in Kansas. Senate bill No. 70S, by Davis An act relating to insurance, providing for in surance by the state of certain property herein named against loss by fire, light ning, wind storm and tornado, providing the method of application for said insur ance and the amount of indemnity, the manner of fixing and paying the premium, fixing the method or valuing certain property, providing a fund for the pay ment of losses, fixing the manner of ad justment and method of returning proofs of losses. Senate bill No. 709, by Howe (by re quest) An act to amend section 3, being section 9216 of the . general statutes of 1909. Senate bill No. 710. by Howe (by- re quest) An act providing for physical su pervision of school children. Senate bill No. 711, by Price of Clark An act relating to county surveyois. amending section 2251 of the general stat utes of 1909, and repealing said original section. Senate bill No. 712, by Bowman An act providing for the working of convicts in the Kansas state penitentiary upon tt-e public roads and highways within any county and upon Btreets and alleys within the cities and incorporated towns located within the state of Kansas, and to repeal all -acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith. -. GLOSSY HAIR, thin or your scalp itches and Use "Danderine." strand at a time. The effect is amaz ing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, : and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. 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