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Chicago Stm - IWksV e teseeey
- I'Tom tne numoer 01 snoppers seen at our va
rious departments Saturday especially at the Neck
wear, Handkerchiefs and Jewelry Sections one
would believe that The Warren M. Crosby Co. Store
had in some way been designated as the unanimous
choice of Christmas buyers. The same thing was
true today. Shoppers are finding this to be the
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tion below a lew gut suggestions
Muffs, Scarfs or Stoles of Marabou Make
lftnpl1pnf firiffa arabm la Tory popular and mack In
J&CVllCUI. UW demand. w tuive an excellent showing la
natural, black and fancy colon. Pieces sold separately or In seta.
Priced each at ...... j.- $4.00 to $15.90
Gift Suggestions fcr Men
Pure Silk Knitted Four-in-Hands,
straight ends, in plain colors, also with
contrasting cross bars. A choice selec
tion, each 1 . . . . . . . . .501
Suspenders, put up in fancy holiday
boxes, per pair ..... .251, 501 and 751
Suspender Sets, consisting of extra
quality suspenders with garters or with
arm bands and garters. Put up hi fancy
holiday boxes, per set 591 and 75 f
Men's Combination Sets Consist of
two and three pieces such as bill folds,
memorandum books and pocket books.
Are in calf, seal grain and real seal. Per
set . ..851, $1.00, $1.50
We are showing several novelties in
fine leather goods, including Pullman
folios, traveling cases, small manicure
sets, etc. You should see them for' gift
New GcRa Silrcr Vanity Peris
A new shipment just received shows the new
oblong shape, 2x5 inches in size. Has 3 coin
holders, card and stamp holders and hinged mirror
covering powder puff compartment. Chain han
dles. Carved case. A regular 11.50 value which
we offer for ...................... ... . .$1.25
Silver and Gc!d Tcp Hat Pins
Sterling silver and solid gold top hat pins, with
; good strong points and heads set with cameos,
amethysts, garnet, emerald and other crystals,
seed pearl clusters, pearls .many of which also
have rhinestone settings. Are 6 to 9 inches long,
two on a card. Per card. 251 and 504
Ireland's Street Gloves
Ireland's Guaranteed Street Gloves, one-clasp,
heavy weight, in black, tan, white and gray. Per
pair . . ......................... .$1.75
A special number in Ireland's Heavy Street
Glove, in tan only, at, per pair. . . . . . . . . . . .$1.25
2-Clasp Kid Gloves, 69c Pair
Ladies' 2-clasp overseam kid gloves, in black,
white and tan. Nearly all sizes. At the price we
cannot fit or guarantee these gloves. Special, per
pair . . . . .69
Time It! In five minutes your nause
ated stomach feels line Stops
fermentation. ,
' Tou don't want a alow, remedy when
your stomach Is bad. or an uncertain
one or a harmful one your stomach Is
too valuable; you mustn't injure It with
Pape's Dlapepsin is noted for Its
speed In giving relief; its harmlessness;
its certain unfailing action in regulat
ing sick , sour, gassy stomachs. Its
millions of cures in Indigestion, dys
pepsia, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made it famous the world
Keep this perfect stomach doctor in
your home keep it handy set a large
fifty-cent case from any drug; store,
and then if any one should eat some
thins; which doesn't agree with them: if
What they eat lays Ilka-lead, ferments
and sours and forms gas: causes head
ache, dizziness and nasean; eructations
of acid and undigested food remember
as soon as Pape's Dlapepsin comes In
contact with the stomach, all such Ols
tress vanishes. Ita promptness, cer
tainty and ease in overcoming the
worst stomach disorders is a revelation
to those who try it. Adv.
litems for this column may be tele
phoned to 3315 or the State Journal office.
A called meeting of the Ladles' Aid so
ciety of the Oakland M. E. church will be
held Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. ' J. C. Glendenning, 42S Green
street. All ladles of the society are urged
to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. a. L. Hutson entertained
at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Allison and children Marvin and Elisa
beth, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webb and
Mr. Walter Hutson.
Mrs. Reardon of Rosedale. Kan., was
visiting relatives and friends in Oakland
a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder and Mr. and
Mrs. G. McGhee of Michigan avenue have
moved to a farm on the Rochester road
north of Topeka.
The Oakland W. C. T. TT. will meet
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas
.Potter on Oakland avenue.
Miss Florence Gunderson has returned
to her home in Mankata, Kan., after a
week's visit at the 'Joseph Oerdom home
on Forest avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Watts and children
of Kansas City and Mrs. Emma Gregory
and son of St. Louis are guests at the
home of Mrs. K. C. Watts on Kellam
Mrs. Keselrlng will entertain the mem
bers of the Standard Bearers' class of
the Oakland M. S. church Thursday after
noon at her home on Sumner street.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Gardner and daugh
ter Delpha are in Kansas City this week.
The C. W. B. M. union meeting will be
held all day Friday. December 12, at
the First Christian church. -An ex
ceptionally good program has been ar
ranged and tne memDers or tne society
from the various churches in Topeka and
Oakland are eordlallv Invited.
Mrs. Sarah Lemley will entertain the
Helping Hand society of the Oakland
Christian church Tuesday afternoon . at
her home on Winfield avenue.
L. D. Qulgley of Winfield avenue has
returned rrom a snort Business trip 10
Mrs. Ella Chapman is seriously ni at
her home on Wabash avenue.
J. R. Taylor of Vona. Colo., is visiting
hin brother, F. W. Taylor, and family, of
Michigan avenue, tor a snort time.
Keeps complexions
clear and healthy
WHEN you wash your face do you realixe that it is
not enough to remove the dirt that your skin
needa a soothing, healing influence to keep your com
plexion fresh and free from blemish? T.
fj Ordinary toilet soaps do not assert this Influence.
Many of them contain free alkali which tend to dry .
the akin and destroy It delicate texture. Even the
best of such soaps can only elesa, they cannot heal and
protect the akin. Resinol Soap, besides heme an beo
x . lately pare toilet soap, contains the earne soothing,
healing, antiseptic balsams as Resinol Ointment, the .
- value of which in the treatment of skin affections la
known throughout the medical profession.
J That ia why Resinol Soap does forth akin what cos
metics are supposed to do it insures not only a clean .
" kin, bat a healthy akin, and a fair, dear oompiexioa. , .
Bsshnl 8ss sad Itisiiiul Otetv
MB av said by all druggists.
For fiea Mat,
Kibble Martin's Uncle Tom's Cabin
comes to the Grand today, traveling in
their own private cars. This is the
largest "Tom" show en route today and
plays Topeka every year, holding; up
their own standard of this play. A
special matinee will be given after
school hours for school children.
See the mechanical and scenic effects.
Including the highly realistic sawmill
scene showing a sawmill In full opera
tion with "Uncle Josh Spruceby on
Tuesday night.
Hyams and Mclntyre, those clever
comedians and musical comedy stars
will come to the Gra-d Friday night
for one performance only as a special
booking, in their new musical comedy.
1.' 'Z
Iieba Mclntyre in "Whea Iiove Was
- - -. , Young." '
"When Love is Young." It is a mili
tary play with a large chorus of girls
and boys. ' No doubt memory still
lingers in the mind of many who saw
them at the Grand last season In "The
Girl of My Dreams." - v
A quartette is one of the five splendid
acts which will open at the Novelty to
day; the management states ; that they
have a show as a whole which ' has
never been excelled In Topeka before.
The first musical play to be nresent-
ed by the Norths will open tonight at
the Majestic, "The Girl Question." one
of the few good plays which has re
cently been released tor stock -purposes.
sir. North was only able to get this
Play at a big expense. He states that
his cast of players is exceptionally
well adapted for their respective parts
a iooxs rorwam to a blar business
with this piece.
Change of time on Missouri Pacific
out of Topeka. Passenger train CXL
now leaving at t a. m.. will leave at
T:S a. m, beghwihig Monday the Ita.
A4.VW -, 1
Official denials are unable to fro
down the rumors in Chicago to the ef
fect that W. B. Storey. Jr vice presi
dent of the Atchison. Topeka St Santa
Fe railway la to become successor to
E. p. Ripley, president of the road.
Last week railway circles in Chicago
hummed with the news. Then came a
denial from the Santa Fe's executive
offices. Today, despite the denials, the
Chicago Evening Post has the following
to say: ,.
"According to persistent but quiet ru
mors which are - being . circulated
through Pacific coast papers W. B.
Storey Jr. has been selected as the
next president of the Atchison, Topeka
aV Santa Fe railroad to-take the place
of E. P. Ripley, who has long; occupied
that position.
"Mr. Ripley Is getting along in years
and according to advices which eman
ate from the west f eels that he should
soon retire. Mr. Storey has for several
years been a vice president of the cor
poration in charge of both the con
struction and operation - departments.
His main office la In this city.
"At the time Mr. Storey was placed
in charge of these departments he was
tne recipient of many favorable com'
menta in that he was the first official
of the company to be placed In charge
of two such responsible branches and
it la stated now that he has made an
enviable record in both. As a railroad
constructor and engineer In the west he
la generruy ranked In - ability and
achievement with John F. Stevens,
w imam iooa ana Virgil G. . Bogue.
The latter built tha Western Paelfle.
and now maintains engineering offices
mi ew icrc Stevens has long been
a noted engineer with the James J. Hill
people, and Hood Is a well known
ooutnern pacific official..
"Mr Storey began active life
looa. tie resigned early in the "Ms
to build the Valley railroad from Point
Richmond via Stockton to Bakers Held.
This road was purchased h th. g..M
Fe, and Storey entered the employ of
uwsdm oi tne interest taken
in his work by E. p. Ripley and his
assistant on the west coast. Captain
F- Payson of Oakland, CaL"
Chicago Will Have One 75 Feet High
: for Christmas. :
Chicago, Dec. g. Supported bv a thick
'd Christmas trees will be used in
building Chicago's first municipal Christ
mas tree which will be erected along the
fcS.?0"1 in Gnt Work of bulld-
Ing the tree whinh will k
"f "if. when completed began today.
An illuminated star wilt be-placed In the
topmost branches and a eW days before
Christmas the entire tree will be sprayed
with water and froseh over and its
"ranches wound with festoons of colored
Nettles Captain Topeka me
,.GeoJ"6 Nettles was elected captain of
the Topeka high school footbaJl team
at a meeUng of-the players at the
home of Capt Frank WiUard.-1014 To
peka avenue, Saturday night. Nettles
ha, played tackle on the team for two
years, but repeated injuries kept him
out of the game this season. He was
elected-on the second ballot. Sargent
and Shannon having also been .nomi
nated for the position. ; ,
The election was held at a dinner
Party given at the home of Frank WH
lard, captain of this year's team. Most
of the players attended and a review of
the season's victories was made. Elmer
Stahl, coach this year, may be selected
as coach for next year's team as he has
JS"1 F'1 "ucc- C. II. Hepworth and
W. A. Turner- managers of the eleven
and members of the high school fac
ulty, were present. The following at
tended: Steve Kauffman. Ray Caliban,
Sl enn Chu"h.m Sargent, George
V.UUUIU w limoin. j-rank Wil-
?i-"W?hi!r!e. Hoetson- Charles
Johnston. Hubert Glassy Wm WmfA w
A- Turner, C. H. Hepworth and Elmer
litems i or mis column may be tele
phoned to 3915 or the State Journalifflce!i
I,;" "moroiaery club will meet
J aL?i?1,bor Camp No. US pleasantly
K5KiBed.Dri and Mrs Fi R. Bonders last
Friday evening at their home, the occa
sion being their thirteenth wedding anni
itry; J"" evening was spent in playing
;r:"-- "" uu b inorougniy enjoy-
- " nu vy toa zoiiowina: Mr.
and Mrs William rfouser, Mr and Mrs.
Harvey Eversole. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Oil-
pert, Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis. Mr. and
Sirs. J. I). Diem. Mr, and MrsGeo. Bu
Sh?,n."1' Mr.s; L Jl-...Pay.n- Mrs. Grace
cicuiiuus, mn. . E.aiin weoo.. Mrs. J.
Werstell Miss M Payne, Miss Goldle
Houser. Miss Goldle Werstell. Miss Edith
una mibs Auraoein Witt.
. Mr- sad Mrs. Frank Davis entertained
the Golden Rod Card club lt Tt,nrA-
evening. Prises were won by Mrs. Claude
Dougherty and Mr. Frank Morris. Those
T - t
Z' i3ALl3 C? Zji
Ladles' Fiz2
SSEilHcco :
Sample psJrs from the
finest makes of these
goods-wJLEO and $2.(3
grades all sizes. -
For Xmas Givinj
There is nothing more appropri
ate or acceptable to the home-lov
ing man than a comfortable boose
coat. Made from all-wool two-
tone golf ' cloth, in browns, . tans,
grays, , blues and wine shades, with
lacings or contrasting plaids or
stripes: bound with aiiir
edging and fastened with silk
loop fasteners. We have them
in all sizes, priced
at $12.50. 910.O0, imm f
SftSSL':;;.. $5.09
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Who ntavm mrmr. M m .
Frank Morria, MrrandMra! gL HrtnS
Mrs. Davis. The affair was held at the
home of Mrs. Davis' motherMra. J
Seiber. U00 East Sixth street '
.i"' Hlggins of 1 Bast Sixth
hi te" Saturday for Brooklyn. nTy"
e hf has accepted a position with
the International Bible House.
Tha TSamt RM. W r. f tt !... .
-"day tlng Fridayr Deber"5 "
the home of Mrs. L. K. Mean. Ktt Chn?:
Sii ??Sl.JJ5.?in2fl ,?oton of officers
IS Tilt
SIS Ku. Ave. SSS
More '...Variety U-)
The only mercbaBta between Can-
sas City and Denver baying
' Toys in ear Jots
t -J
Yfhmn Ysristy Efns frrgrri
will be hel .-f iV;..iT...rr "."li."1
large attendant to MradT uT.l-T'.
0,M,1;- nd Mnuj. H. Weaver entertained
at dinner yesterday at their home. BhA
uien farm, Tecumseh. lira. K1 fttiU t a(
Joseph, Mrs. David Stitt of Toneka. ViZ
8tt. Miss Hasel SHtt of peka. w!
Mrs. Ann Is smith KInsey of Chicago ar-
MFe? STSrHZ 55 V."14 beTioother.
Mrs. E. J. Smith, SS4 Madison street. an4
o'hef relatives and friends until after the
The C. W. B. M. and the Lioval Waab
"' of the Third ChrlsUan church
wiU have Joint meetings Tuesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. C. K -r.w.n
W Jefferson street. The annual election
of officers of the Loyal Women's class will
be held at this time. .
The rehearsals for the Christmas enter
Jlnn;ent which war to have been held at
hot xuiru rmorwruui cnurcn tnla even
ing and Tuesday evenlna will be held .
evening at the O. H. Flintbam home, 203
Klein street. Instead of at tha church as
w ionmn7 nnonnfien.
Carpets and rugs woven to order? aatla.
faction guaranteed. C A. Horns. 2& Lake
. E- R- Belt, clerk ia the auditor of dis
bursements office, has returned from
Arkansas City, where he spent the week-
wmi relatives ana mends.
r "rs. j . Bostlc will entertain the
Ladles Society of the B. of L. F. and B.
Tuesday afternoon at her home, 7K West
. Kreel roe annual nomination
vi wunn win- do neia ana all
are urged to be present.
- Miss Aileen Mayor of the freight audl-
e ii worth, where she spent the week-end
witn irtenos.
Mrs. W. E. Boydston will entertain the
uuiies Auxiliary 10 ue H. u. or N. A.
next Wednesdav afternoon hM hfn
25 Adams street.
Miss Eleanor Kokert. Aanvtiter n ita-
gineer vv imam Keaert, spent Sunday
with her rather la Wn"int City. -
rh.R. Athena nf Vbbu. Ot. iw.
day here . yesterday with relatives and
inenas. . . . . i . .,
The Ladles' Society of the B. TT. of N. A.
Will have their TMnltr morinr ml
Thursday afternoon In the K. and L. of
S. hall. The annual election of officers
win oe neid ana au memDers are urged
to he present. -,
Mrs. Joseph Covert and Mrs. -Witness
Amos will return this anrenlnar trttmm
Hutchinson, where thev ne thai waaak-
ena wiui reianvas.
Idas Msrv Crane ana MIsb Sn Ktaw
gins have returned from Iawieuce, where
they spent the week-end with frtends.
siiss jane saurpny oi tne magnt aiun
'or's office has returned from Lawrence.
'Where she spent- Sunday with fi Ii nfls.
uiinRF-u. nwmi aura an. naaniaags
iare returned to their home in Mcaiv.
land, after bemg here, eaned by t
leath of Mrs. Haattmrs aant. ita. w w
K. K. Grant of the tvfeet aaditofs esV
flee has returned frosa nonnnrum. alia, ka.
spent the. week-end.
Howara uiaea or tne rratgnt elaha Se
lartment has retmned from Tfan ok.
nrhere he spent fcimday with frlenos.
C. A. TDargits of the freirht elatm it-
rartment' aod - Mrs. ' Darrlts spent tne
reek-end with f rwnds m Vnvm City.
Mrs. U Stitt Wll ratern tn ha haaa tm
tt. Joseph temerrow. after betas 1' s
here bar the t-ir aai anal aata afaai'ai
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RjjERE'S a very remark
able opportunity lye
are now offering om cus
tomers. A combination
of circumstances has mado it
possible for us to offer you Hart
rScfattffi "L" Syo-
tern fine suits and overcoats at
extremely small prices. If s a threat op
portunity for you and we're glad to bo
m position to make the offer to you. just
at Xmaa time when every extra nickel counts.
Hart Schaffner l Man:
and "L" Sy&tcm
600 Suits and Overcoats, Hart Schaffner ft
Marx, tine domestics and - ffam-n 7ff
Imported fabrics, 130 5 J I Lie) ,
values . . . . ...
. 600 Suits and Overcoats, Hart Schaffner ft
Marx and "L" System, fine fA
f. ffdes, beautiful goods, $25 ij 11 "Y.3U f
." . 1200 Suits and Overcoats made by "L" Sys- -
tern and Granert ft Boths- A sws
child, Chicago, superior quel- O II alf.el
ities, $18, $20, $22 values. . . . VJiJs
' Don't make the mistake of thinking you can't be
fitted in ready-clothes. You get just as good a fit in
ready clothes as a custom tailor can give you.
There's an easy way to prove it; because fit is some
thing you can see for yourself. Ask us to show you
these Hart Schaffner ft Marx and "L" System clothes
Make your comparisons with the maae-to-measure
suit.' If it doesn't fit, donf buy it.
Fares Rev
bavtod to
iacmrncaJ Rezdjl
of steel.
On the way from wintry,
blasts to CaMornia't sum
mer charms you can see the
Petrified Forest; Indian
pueblos, and that glorious
2X gulf of color, die Grcnd
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