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mTTE TOPETrV Dtt.Y STATE JOURNAISATTTRDAY EVENING, MARCH. 22, 1915. Necessity for "Try-ons" ghosts) Exists Only in Imagination no where (like the e'se Open Till Ten Tonight If you look through a field glass at an object several miles away, it will appear, to be - directly in front of you, just a few feet away. Remember it only appears to be there it's not actually there. So it is with "try-ons,"' "re-fittings." They only appear to be necessary. The facts are that the local tailor who requires fittings and re-fittings in order to make clothes conform to the wearer's peculiarities, is doing business according to the old-fashioned Idea. That accounts for his rapidly passing out of business, for, like the custom shoemaker, he does more or less guessing and applies every thing excepting scientific methods in conducting ' his business. Aa a consequence, these little tailors are fast going into other businesses, for they are not in a position to give the consumer anywhere near his money's worth. The reason that ED. V. PRICE & CO. are suc cessful in producing satisfactory fits is due en tirely to the fact that their methods are not the old and antiquated ones that require a garment to bo fitted and re-fitted, but are scientific and modern in every respect. In their system, they do no guessing, because they have the Information and the facilities to carry it out. When we take your measurements correctly and send them together with an accu rate description of you, they can readily cut your individual attitude and peculiarities into the gar ment from the very beginning, and "try-ons," "alterations" and "make-overs' 'are not needed. Let us book your order for spring clothes now. Matt Glasse lJpies Exclusive Local Dealer Eighth Street at Majestic Theatre CITY PARK PLANS Commissioner Stotts Oat System for 1913. the policy of the Wilson administra ! tion regarding China and South Amer ica and declared that it would cause a friendly feeling In those countries toward Americans. Mr. Bryan sue- "Works ' Erested tnat the city erect a statue of the memorial to Abraham Lincoln on the capitol grounds. Sure Way to Remove Freckles and Eruptions Will Give Topeka Best Layout in Its History. DRIVE ALONG KAW RIVER Promenade Along Soldier Creek Another Plan. FARMING REVIVED. Meeting Held to Promote Industry In Orcharding. Rose Garden in Willow, Beautiful in State. Manhattan, Kan., March 22. There was a revival at Seneca one day last week. And although the revival was conducted on the parish farm of St. Benedicts and the Rev. P. Cyril Bayer irnt,f : had a prominent part In it, the ob- JCVl WOO UUl 1U1 AGAA&ll'UO . rather for converts to . the Idea of better orcharding. George O. Greene, horticultural specialist with the exten- coL'mlonlare iel'Tt this turcoUegl using thah orchard commissioner, are carried out this demonstrations, showed some spring and summer, Topeka will have. , nt farmers of that vielnitv how to n"? ZJflPlVZt": P. peacesOWand hVryfSeity" He .also identified and gave i..v.v; Jr. tT-ox, the life histories of several kinds of hthl Sir addT nsects Injurious to orchards. Then -hWHwft!ln1 T nt wUl in described and told how to com- tional shady walks all plans win in- ... . . , th bat the principal orchard diseases. c tUybatyeotrtterment ' ! The demonstration at St Benedicts J 1T!Li,i af.()a j 'was only one of many to be conduct- All winter Commissioner fetotts ana . j t Park Superintendent Reinisch have f d by Mr" Greene and Fred Merrill for been nrTarine for the sDrine open- the "ege this spring. These are the InT A forc4 If men Lvbeen em- IXtLJ'I Zl dem" ployed through the entire cold season, onstrations are to be given, improving the Gage park nursery rill "ogo citf Emporia" tng trees In all the parks, bury- r wiS In bulbs and shrubbery, adding to Co, Center Sedgwick 4 Feck the accommodations of the zoo and X,Jit center, beagwicK, , t'ecK, (From Fashion Record.) Some women have skin of such texture they occasionally are annoyed by the sudden appearance of freckles, slight eruptions or fine lines. March winds usually nlav havoc with Bkino of that i kind. In such cases if one will procure i an ounce of common mercolized wax at any drugstore, apply this before re tiring, like cold cream, she can easily overcome the trouble. When the wax is washed off next mornintr. flakv skin nar- J tides come with It. The entire cuticle lemuveu m mis way in aooui a ween, with all its defects. No bleach could so completely remove every freckle or blem-, ish. The new surface is smooth, clear, fresh looking. No pain or inconvenience accompanies this simple treatment. In case of wrinkles which sink beneath the outer skin, a solution of saxolite, 1 oz-, dissolved in -pt. witch hazel, makes a face bath which is wonderfully ef ective. Adv. "CASCARETS FOR SICK HEADACHE Bilious, throbbing headache Bowels are clogged and liver stag nant you need cascarts. taking advantage of weather condi tions for spring prospects. WJth limited funds at his disposal. Commissioner Stotts has been able only to make use of the internal im- Hutchinson, Arkansas City, Winfleld, Augusta. Beginning March 29, by Mr. Greene Junction City, Milford, Clay Center, i i ! i j t i n . i I t' . ; .. a provements of the parks. But it is ; X," a t.T ". 'rpredicted that when the coming of .A68' "a; ' I th ontlooa th nnenlns- of I xeSiuniug April i, uy mr. ween SHE ASKED HELP Sirs. Eaton Alleged Admiral Was Insane. Letter Written to Lawyer in 1911 Made Public. Chicago, March 22. The nature of the relations between Rear Admiral Eaton and his wife, charged with his mur der, became known here in a letter written by Mrs. Eaton March 15, 1911, to Marshall E. Gailion. an attorney, who acted for her in her divorce pro ceedings against her first husband, Daniel Henry Ainsworth. in 1906. The letter written from Assinippi, Mass., says: "The condition of this poor man Is dreadful and I fear to stay here this winter. My leaving him alone with my mother while I was in Chicago made him wild. If I had a doubt of his Insanity, which I never had, it would be removed quickly, as he is so much worse. "He is a sick, helpless and sad oi man, and it goes to my heart. He re - lies on me entirely. I am his eyes, brains and life and still how can I stay here alone and let him kill me and poor little innocent Dorothy, and , he will do it and then wonder where 'we are. He is the most dangerous, 'subtle maniac, and still I have no way of escape. "Public opinion, his rank, his age and the navy are all against me. All doctors are too diplomatic and afraid " to attempt to deal with him as he should be dealt with and it will cost me hundreds of dollars to get evidence and take a year at least to get it in shape and then I probably will be out witted by sentiment and pity. "He is the most dangerous man you 4 could meet any place. Please help me; .what shall I do? What do you advise me as the most practical? After Fri day I shall be here alone with him. Is it wise? He is so subtle and sly; would you get a common, cheap wo- ' man just to have someone with me? Of course, such a person would not be able to detect his trouble, only a . person drilled to brain trouble or fa- '. miliar with insanity. "If he is as dangerous as I believe. I must protect my life, so find out whether you can get me a woman who is a Sherlock Holmes in criminal insanity and of highest moral char acter and high standing with doctors and alienists, one whose word would .go. If she said he was insane they would do the rest. Please see what you can do for me and advise me." Moore May Resign. ' Washington, March 22. Professor 'Willis L. Moore, chief of the weather "bureau, is considering handing his res ignation to President Wilson. At the White House today it was said that .Information had been received that the MAKE ANEW NOSE Final Step Taken in Remark able Operation. Woman's Finger Grafted Onto Her Face. Kansas City, March 22. Surgeons high in their profession from half a dozen states today watched the com pletion here of an operation of finger rhinoplasty, or the substitution of a finger for a nose, said to be the sec ond operation of the kind performed in this country. The operation was con ducted at the German hospital, as a clinic, open to surgeons attending the meeting of the Missouri Valley Medical society, in session here. The patient, a woman, 21 years old, lost her nose when a child as a result of catarrh. The present operation began January 10 last, at which time the young woman"s left "ring" finger was split, celluloid pieces inserted and the process of molding a nose started. February 3, the finger still attached to the hand, was placed in the position of the nose. Until today it has been held in that position by a plaster cast. The final step came today when the finger was severed from the hand. Surgeons said there was every indica tion that the operation was a com plete success and that only a slight scar would remain. AH that remains now is the final shaping of the nose In a caste. The bone and flesh of the finger up to the second joint form the ridge of the nose; the second joint forms the tip and the remainder of the bone forms the sup port between the nostrils. Dr. E. G. Blair, who performed the operation, said this was the first time the operation had been performed and nostrils retained. An operation similar, save that there were no nostrils, was performed in the Presbyterian hospital in New York a few weeks ago. Vessel's Crew Rescued. Grimsby, Eng.. March 22. The French the : swemng buHs the blooming of ' Oe. SpringhiH, 2; Greeley, .,? tw n.ra hntnir-al mond- ' Osawatomie, Colony, awakening, Topekans will be able to look upon the most beautiful and artistic park system in the history of the city. In Gage park the Japanese garden effect near the S.wan lake will be carried out. Already a typical Jap anese crooked bridge has been built over the lake. The rest room roof has been planted to grass and foreign greens it will produce an effect new to the native eye of Topeka park lovers. In this park more animals will be added to the boo collection. Commis sioner Stotts is figuring on the pur chase or gift of a mountain lion, sev Rich- Welda, 2; Kincaid, 2; Chanute. Fredonia. 2: Kimball, Garland, McCune, Oswego, 2. May circuit, by Mr. Merrill Wet more, Seneca, 3; Centralia, Whitney, Sabetha, Hiawatha, Oskaloosa, Effing ham. SHORT COURSE ENDS. Six Months Students Are Leaving Agricultural College. Manhattan, Kan.. March 22. The short course students 375 of them You're bilious, you have a throbbing sensation In your head, a bad tastr In your mouth, your eyes burn, your skin is yellow, with dark rings under your eyes; your lips are parched. No wonder you feel ugly, mean and ill tempered. Your syBtem is fall of bile not properly passed off, and what you need Is a cleaning up inside. Don't continue being a bilious nuisance to yourself and those who love you. and don't resort to harsh physics that ir ritate and injure. Remember that mos disorders of the stomach, liver and In testines can be quickly cured by morn ing with gentle, thorough C as carets they work while you sleep. A 10-cent box from your druggist will keep your liver and bowels clean; stomach sweet and your head clear for months. Cnil dren love to take Cascarets, because they taste good and never gripe or icken. -auv. BANDITS CAPTURED. Auto in Which They Are Fleeing Crashes Into Building. eral elk and other animals. The plans are leaving the Agricultural college of enlarging the zoo and placing it in this week. Most of them have been a more permanent shape are nroCTess- i here for six months. Others have had ing and it is anticipated that this fea- : about eleven weeks instruction In the ture will be improved greatly before the end of the summer. The Gage park nursery has under gone a thorough renovation in the last more important departments of farm ing. One hundred and sixty-seven girls have had housekeeping and domestic art. The hats and dresses these' girls few months. Hundreds of cedars, 1 have learned to make were shown in spruces and pines have been planted, ' the domestic science building Wednes the ground has been fertilized and the day- No hat cost more than $4.50 and enure supply or snruDDery, trees and plants for the other parks in the city has been reaped from this 10-acre nurs ery. The city sold recently 20,000 tam arisk cuttings to Omaha for railroad embankments. When Superintendent Reinisch com pletes the plans of Commissioner Stotts not one piece of land in Gage park will remain, unimproved. A small patch no dress' more than (10. The materials ranged all the way from prints to satin and chiffon. The departure of the short course students leaves places for rural school- j teachers to enter the Agricultural col-' lege for spring term work. The end of the seven months' period, the min- : imum prescribed by law, means that many teachers will have a vacation be pens is rough and without grade. Com missioner Stotts plans to level this, sod it, plant trees and shrubbery, build a driveway through it and Gage park will be a complete improved park the first time since its purchase by the city. In several parts of the park where the gumbo soil made it difficult for the proper growth of trees and young nursery stock, the earth has been dynamited for many rods. This has loosened the ground until the roots will be given endless opportunities for growth and nourishment. The City park will be one of the real beauty spots of the city if the Stotts' plans ere carried out this summer. A driveway will be built along the dike. Along the driveway will be a stretch of blue grass sod ten feet wide. In side this will be a row of globeheaded . , cow. j . i: (i. i.ti iici. nets. a ntj ucw unve wm ex bark Mane, from ban Francisco to i . , , T nmr ,T , xt. .11 . ., , r , ' tend from Kansas avenue to Harrison Hull, at the end of her long voyage in.n.n.,n-. ,,, . .Jo , .,.), .o.. i street. Other improvements will be tion here. Her captain and crew of mfde nills v"- 24 men were saved by the tmwler 1 " h 0fhe u"ll"e Amer. The Marie went ashore before I ?rU Zth.J.lty b? now at the entrance of the buffalo ' ginning very early in April. These daybreak at Haisborough, in the North Sea, during a blizzard. It was quickly pounded to pieces by terrific sens. a lie ticw wob in a. uesfci-ic - . . plight and had lost hope when the;"' J . . V- UUU. .'IV. IJ . , I T lilt ' square, containing hundreds of varie- ties of roses, surrounded by a trellace of climbing ramblers Is the plan of the Amer came up, launched a lifeboat and took off the crew, making several peril ous trips. The captain and mate of the Marie refused to leave their ship until every man had been saved. teachers will have a chance to take several courses In agriculture at the college, and thereby fit themselves for positions paying higher salaries in the school system of the state. They will have an opportunity also to see farm work on the big state farm and instruc tional privilege that will be missed by teachers coming later In the summer. VESSELS COLLIDE. Steamships in Wreck., Sailing in Dense Ftog. Vineyard Haven, Mass.. March 22. The revenue cutter Itasca left Woods Hole today to assist the steamers City of Macon and James S. Whitney, which were in collision in a heavy fog in Vineyard Sound late last night. The steamers anchored after the acci dent. An eight foot hole was torn in the side of the City of Macon above the waterline and the bow of the Whitney was broken in when the steamers crashed. No one was in jured. The City of Macon was bound from Savannah to Boston, with a few pas sengers and a cargo of freight. The New York, March 22. Holdup men who tried to escape in a taxicab after robbing an East side cafe this morn ing were captured by the police when the machine crashed into a building amid a volley of revolver shots. With the recent arrest of a dozen motor car bandits the police believed they had brought an end to the city's newest crime sensation. The robbery this morning apparently supplied the first intimation that several gangs of auto mobile highwaymen have been at work. The bartender was held up at the point of revolvers by five men who arrived in a machine. A sixth man remained in the car when the men ran out after robbing the cash regis ter and made off in their machine. The alarm was given, and there was an exchange of shots as a patrolman gave chase on foot. The cab swung around a corner. Another policeman stepped into its path, firing at the swaying car. Shots from the cab passed through his uniform. At this moment it swerved into a building and was wrecked. Two of the six men escaped. Strawberries $1 Per Quart. Chicago, March 22 Strawberries sold for $1 a quart here today. Easter buyers found the market practically bare of offerings because of the non arrival of consignments from the south. Delay in shipments was at tributed to the storm which delayed southern traffic many hours. Funeral Service Held. London, March 22. A funeral ser vice for the late . King. George of Greece was held today at the Greek ' phnrrh Viria T f was attended bv ren- professor was about to quit. Prof es- : resentatives of King George . of Eng- or Moore declined to discuss his in- ! land. Queen Mother Alexandra and tentions. "I may have a statement j most of - the members of the diplo to make public later," he said. i matic corps. Ahsolutciy Pure Economizes Butter, Floor, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar water and mud. With a new entrance , WvUt,it was hound from New York and other betterments. Willow park : t RnlItn with freight. The collision will be unexcelled by any small park in the country. In Garfield park a walk along the dike from the point of the park to the "Three Bridges" will be-laid out. It is proposed to make this one of the city's prettiest promenades. In Euclid, Central, Huntoon, Holli- came without warning in a dense fog. The vessels struck practically headon. "learn to laugh." Chicago, March 22. "Learn to laugh" is the slogan that has been spread through the ranks of em ployees of one of the big western day and Westlawn parks thousands r-f railroads. A statement Issued yester- trees and shrubberies have been planted day to all employees, in what is term and will be planted this year. The d "cheerfulness" campaign, says: parks force this winter set out 3,000 "A good laugh is better than medicine, treeo in the entire Dark svstem I Learn how to tell a story. Learn how Res room! trgolas and oTher per- keeP yur troubles to yourself. The m A,-!. .oVT VfJ" 1 world is too busy to care for your ills manent improvenients have been and troubles Learn to hide your planned for many of the parks by Com- Dains and aches under pleasant smiles. missioner tstotts and work will Degin Meet everyone with, a smile; a good when the weather opens up.. Will Attend Railroad Conference. Washington, March 22. Acting Com missioner G. W. W. Hanger, of the bureau of labor, will go to Chicago to day to act as mediator between the 5,000 switchmen who threaten a strike and the railroads. The parties to the threatened strike requested Mr. Hanger and Judge Knapp, of the commerce court, to come in. Judge Knapp has not taken the matter up, as his com mission as mediator under the Erd man act expired on March 4. His re appointment by President Wilson is ex pected. --t. . Garden- City Pioneer Dead. Garden City, Kan., March 22. E. J. Pyle, one of the pioneers of this town, died yesterday at his -residence of Bright's disease. He had been in poor health for the last year or more, but has not been confined to the house till within the last few months. Mr. Pyle was one of the pioneer real es tate men of western Kansas, and had accumulated considerable property in this county and in Pueblo, Colo. He leaves a widow and one small child and six grown children. Comments on Policy. Lincoln, Neb., March 22. Declaring that in the past many smaller nations had been afraid to admit a foreign merchant of the greater countries lest a battleship follow. Secretary of State Bryan, in an address before the Lin coln Commercial club, commented on humored man or woman always is welcome. Above all, give pleasure." FOB IflIPe; COLDS To get the best results, send for a free copy of Dr. Humphreys' Manual and read it. If you will take a dose of "Seventy- ; seven" at tbe first feeling of a Cold; a sneeze, a snivel- a scrapy throat always lassitude, the Old will yield quickly If yon wait till the Cold gets deep seated It may take longer to break up. It pays to keep 'Seventy-seven" handy, a small vial of pleasant pellets, fits the vest pocket. At your Drug gist, 25c, or mailed. Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine Co., las Williams St, New York. Adv. 1-. W Be Fair to Your teeth Take advantage of these low prices and have them attended to: 22K Gold Crowns $3.00 Bridge Work 3.00 Gold Filling 75c up Silver Filling SOc Cleaning Teeth SOc White Dental Co. (PAINLESS.) 809 Kansas Ave., 2nd Floor Phone 7 14 4 Dr. Charles Lyngar, Mgr. The Cadillac car of today has behind it the experience of ten yeans, during which period its makers have produced more high grade cars than any other plant in the world. Every car more than fifty tho isand of them is a monument to the high ideals of tlie organization which produced it. The Cadillac organization Is an organization of specialists, each ant expert in his particular voca tion. There are specialists on motors, specialists on transmissions, specialists on gears, specialists on tools, specialists in foundry work, specialists In electricity, specialists in body construction, special ists In finishing, specialists In every branch, trained In accordance with the high ideals of the CadiUao Company. NICHOLAS A UTO CO. 514-16 Jackson Street PHONE ii 13 Used Cars 1 1912 Torpedo Cadillac. 1 1911, 4 passenger Cadillac. 1 1911, 5 passenger Cadillac. 1 1910, 5 passenger Cadillac. . All of the above fully equipped and in per fect condition. Call or write for prices. Specifications or demonstrations. The Nicholas Auto Co. Phone 1113,. 514-16 Jackson. Examine the Great 1913 Comfort f eature, THE INDIAN CRADLE SPRING FRAME It prevents vibration and jolting. Assures absolute riding comfort under all conditions. Footboards with separate brake lever now fitted in addition to pedals, giving choice of two comfortable riding positions. New style luggage carrier on all models is a notable feature. Other new features include: New style single clinch rims ; larger tires ; wider mud guards, front and rear, with larger splashers; casing for upper stretch of transmission chain and curve of sprocket; larger size multiple disc clutch on all models; improved Indian type saddle. 7 H. P. Twin cylinder has the reserve power that carries you at any pace over any road. Through deep mud and sand and up steep, rough hills. Wonderfully smooth run ning motor. Most economical motor vehicle in the world. Holds record for lowest consumption of gasoline, oil and tires. Needs no garage. Handiest machine for all uses. Eleven important improvements and twenty-nine minor "refinements" made the Indian Motorcycle a rare example of mechanical perfection. No extra charge for any of the new features. No increase in prices. 4 H. P. Single $200; 7 H. P. Twin, $250 CENTRAL CYCLE CO. 106 West 8th St. F. M. WELTON, Prop. TOPEKA. iljP7 6 First Mortgage On Improved Kansas Farm, Subject To Prior Sale Xo 8126 $1.000.00 Meade County, Kansas. Appraised by our ex aminer at S3 600.00. Security in this loan is 160 acres of level upland, all eanable of cultivation 100 acres now under the plow. 1912 crops were 900 busheds of wheat. 200 bushels of barley. 300 busheds of rnllo maize and ten tons of kaffir corn. Buildings are appraised at $1,200. and carry $700.00 insurance. There are 70 acres of fall wheat in good condition on the place at the present time. Borrower owns a Quarter section adjoining this farm on the east and runs two other adjoining quarters He his three sons living at home, who help in the farming. The loan is due January 1, 1918, interest payable semi-annually Jan uary and July. Further lists and full particulars upon request The Pioneer Mortgage Co. Mulvane Building Topeka. Tha National Rat Killer Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste Heady for use. Better than traps. Set tho Genuine (' Refuse !mltatic:3 Money back if it tails. At all dealers, 25c and $1.00. etsams Electric Pasta Co., Chicago, lillnc."! Best for Skin Diseases. Nearly every skin disease yields quickly and permanently to Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and nothing is better for burns or bruises. Soothes and heals. John Deye, of Gladwin. Mich., says, after suffering twelve vears with skin ailment and spend ing $400 in doctors' bills. Bucklen a Arnica Salve cured him. It will help you. Ony 25c. Recommended by Campbel' lr Co. Adv. WALL PAPER-PAINTS General Contractor in These Lines. Estimates Cheerfully Given. u b. HIGGIXBOTTOM 219 West 6th St. Phone 3013W SEEDS Larger stock than ever. Better equipment than ever. Seeds all tested, bet ter than ever. Special quantity rates to gardners. Be sure to come to the right place. D. O. COE 119 East Sixth St.