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THE TOPEEA DAILY STATE JOUHnAIr-FIUDAY li VllUlKO, FEBRUARY 6, 1914.
1 ADMEM ATOR $35,000 Stock Must be Sold by Order of Admimstrator The Entire Stoclt of the Glbbs Clothing Co. must go. The Administrator's Orders Are to Sell This Stock and Sell It Quick. Read These Mute and Crushing s, Our Strongest Proof of This Great Mercantile Massacre PUBLIC SALE o) Jl IK O r Men's Suits and Overcoats $15.00 Suits and JM QC Overcoats for J A consolidated lot of Men's Suits and Overcoats, in stripes and checks, also plain clothes, absolutely and posi tively worth $15.00. Only a personal visit will verify our ckiim. Can- you, as a sensible man, overlook such an event. Just 175 of these suits and overcoats. All must go. A Mercantile Crime. Administrator's Sale Price, choice Men's 85c Rubber Col- 1 C. lars, Sale Price '' Men's Suits, worth $10.M; odd mostly small tffV D7 Sale Price. . XH Men's $2.50 Pants, fff Crj Sale Price. PX.UI Men's $3.50 Corduroy 01 VJ Pants, Sate Price 1,J" Men's 10c Cotton Flannel Cn Gloves, Sale Price Men's $4.00 Shoes, Sale Price $2.97 $1.97 Men's $3.00 Dress Shoes, Sale Price. . . Ladies' $2.50 Dress CI ATI Shoes, Sale Price qX.ftl Men's Arrow Brand IJnen Collars, worth 15c; OC Sale Price, 6 for AtfV 15c Tick Mittens, Sale Price. 9c Fine S5c Neckties, all silk, Sale Price... 35c Silk Usle Hose, Sale Price. 17c 19c Men's 10c Handkerchiefs, 9n I. Prim. . Sale Price. Men's $1.00 Caps, Sale Price , . . . 47c $1.47 Men's $3.50 Hats, all kinds and styles, sale price Men's $2.00 Dress Hats, all styles and sizes, Q7 sale price. Men's $5.00 Rubber CO 47 Boots, Sale Price JU.4! Men's $3.00 Dress Shoes, Sale Price $1.97 Boys' $2.25 Dress Shoes, regu lar sizes, Sale C1 C7 Price. $x.O Iiadies $3.50 broken sizes, Sale Price. . Ladies' $2.50 regular sizes, Sale Price. . ... Dress Shoes, 97c Dress Shoes, .. ...$1.47 Misses' $2.00 Dress Shoes, reguar sizes, M if sale Price. 4A f Men's Cluett-Peabody $2.00 77c Shirts, Sale Price. . ... Men's Best Grade Union Overalls, Sale Price Men's Heavy Work Shirts, Sale Price Men's $1.00 Sweater Coats, Sale Price Men's $2.00 Dress Pants, Sale Price t. Boys' 50c Knee Pants, Sale Price. . 73c 33c 47c 97c 27c Boys' 75c Knee Pants, Sale Price 47c Men's Heavy Tick Mittens, Sale Price. Men's Heavy Canton Flannel Gloves, Sale Price S6.0O Suit Cases, Sale Price. $2.00 Suit Cases, Sale Price. 10c 6c $2.97 79c Men's Sox, worth 25c, 1 7 Sale Price. Men's Two-Piece Wool Un derwear, worth $1.00, tfn Sale Price. ' Splendid 75c Neckties, QQa late styles, Sale Price odl' Men's Black and Tan Sox, fn worth 15c, Sale Price Boys' 50c Knee Pants, Ofg Sale Price. $22.50 Suits and Overcoats for S&TO They come, gentlemen, in all descriptions, full of that Indescribable something called "Style." Absolutely tbe greatest Clothing Bargains ever beard of. Each Suit i Overcoat without a parallel or counterpart ba the city. Gentlemen, a $2250 Suit or the almost unheard-of prices. , Administrator's Sale Price . .... Overcoat at $9.79 The Opportunity of a lifetime. DO NOT MISS IT 0OjT TIG" 1 will pay you to come 50 milles to attend this great sale. You will sell the red ticket of price OOvRTTr" wIVJUCj destruction staring you in the face at every turn. WILL YOU BE HERE? UjlVliJjl GIBBS CLOTHING GOMPAHY ESSz 11 1;; 'ii!'t:!!ii,k"ii m Here is what Marion Harland said in 1906 about Cttfioiene si1 Af i iHliiHli" "My years ago, I discontinued the use of lard in my kitchen I IIP' and substituted for it, as an experiment, Cottolene, then com- 'ffis f paratively a new product. Since my first trial of it I can truly sav that it has given complete satisfaction. 1 nonesuy oeueve to '.'",' I li1 be the very best thing of its kind ever ofiered to the American 1 f housekeeper." ' MARION HARLAND. Cottolene makes biscuits that are tender when they are cold that is a sure test of a good shortening. Try it yourself. Make the biscuits like this: Won'tyou followtheexample of famous cooks and make Cottolene THE fat for all your cooking ? Order a pail from your grocer; also end to us for the valuable FREE Cook Book, HOME HELPS. . BAKING POWDER BISCUITS . 2 cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 4 table spoons Cottolene, 3-A cup milk. Sift flour, salt and baking powder together; rub in Cottolene; mix lightly and quickly; mixture should not be dry; roll out on board, cut into small biscuits, bake ten to fifteen minutes in hot oven. To make biscuits richer, mix with cream. Whole wheat, graham or rye biscuit may be made in the same way. Edith L. Clift, I THE nFAIRBANKEB3 CHICAGO FAIR GROUND S GROCERY Good Things to Eat 1700 Topeka Avenue. Phone 1586 Saturday Specials Fresh Country Butter, lb 28 Fresh Country Eggs, doz 28 3 cans Corn 25 3 cans Tomatoes 25 2 cans Peas 25 Old Mohawk Pancake Flour, 3 pkgs. 25 Apples Bananas Grapefruit Oranges Pineapples Celery Mustard Greens Lettuce Head the State Journal. AT THE NOVELTY. Well supplied with funny situations, ex ceptionally well stocked v.th the cold cu.ila of mother-in-law rule and most promisingly well adapted to tbe demand for liiht girly-girly exhibitions, the tab loid performance, "Who's Kour Friend? at the Novelty the last of this week Is In keepln with the usual good musical com edy stuff. The fact that Manager Max well Is forced to close the doors of the theater during the first performance is In dicative of the manner in which the pa trons are crowding the popular play house on the Eighth-Quincy corner. "WTio's Your Friend?" deals with a. mother-in-law-pecked husband of the well knnwn tvne. He has a lealous but pow erful prettv w.-e. He also has a picture of a Turkish harem girl. The picture comes to life and he is confronted with a problem of dealing with the scantily clothed girl to the satisfaction of his wife's mother, who is a staunch member of the purity league. The comedy settles around the harem eirt and the tactics of obby Stewart as a hall boy and Billy Wjra as the butler. Plentv of clever work Is staged by Pobbv Stewart and Billy Wyse also by the character sontra of Eric Carle. Th narem girl. Gertrude Earle. Is endowed with a daintv figure, pretty hair and a natural lisp. Archie Foulk. the son-in-law AT THE THEATERS. When the curtain- rises- on "Little Women" at the Grand Saturday the audience will see reflected both in stage furnishings and stage costuming the fashions of the early sixties, ifte fur niture is really old. The pictures are hung with the red cord and tassels of the war period and they are the identi cal pictures used at that time. The heavy cornices aver the windows, the looped-back curtains, the table . covers, lamp.' afghanat. all the, accessories are just as they were in vogue at that time ! 0 f3V J & 1 HP W r 0 fill) x 0 d ft m This WU1 Remove Hairs From Face (Toilet Talks.) Many beauty experts have discarded the electric needle and are now using a plain delatone pasta to remove hairy growths because this method is almost instantaneous and is entirely devoid of pain. The paste is made by mixing some powdered delatone with water and this is applied to the hairy surface for about 2 or 3 minutes, then rubbed off and the skin washed. This banishes every trace of hair and leaves the skin soft and spotless. Be sure to get the delatona in an original package. Adv. victim, takes his punishment gracefully and Aida Lawrence plays a difficult part well, i lorence Kempt is pretty enough to make anv man withstand the prancing of a mother-in-law. Eight chorus girls, varying in size and looks, do the custo mary stunts. An interesting moving picture with or chestra accompaniment closes the pro gram. A. J. C. AT THE ORPIIEUM. liiere is a good bill at the Orpheum theater for the closing days of the week. There is not a suggestion of sameness about the acts; they are widely different. "A Night in Minstrelsy," staged by three colonial maids and two clever black face comedians, is a whole minstrel show in itself. Tlve singing, dancing, and Joke making of this quintette are do in in ap proved fashion. There is real fun In a dog town. Mur phey's dogs are attired in clothes which If not in the latest style are at least grc tesaue. They put on a "busy street scene" in dojtown and please especially the mem bers of the younger generation. Stanley and Mace interpret the latest tan?o and other dances in a manner that meets with the approval of the audience. Lydell and Fox. "the Quaker maid and the man," as they style themselves, do a rapid-fire talking, singing and dancing stunt that brings forth applause. Miss Beulah Bear sings and dances. Ragtime Is her specialty and she makes good. JUDGE GROVEB IN HOSPITAL. Well Begun is Half Won You will have a clear brain and a sunny disposition all through the day if you start the morning with a cup or two of refreshing TONE Old Golden Coff 4 mm JBMHBBf Eleanor Carey as Jo In Little Woman at tne urana sararaay. - when Jo wrote-her stories, when Meg dreamed of the lover who subsequently became her husband, when little Beth trotted about the house, making every body happy and earning her family pet name of "Little Tranquillity;" when j Amy pottered about her clay and her; sketch book, dreaming of an artist's ' career; when Laurie played pranks and teased the four girls, and when Mrs. ; March, the Marmee of the dear old story .trained her girls into the beautiful talented women they all became, keep ing them in the shelter of the old home and teaching them lessons that lasted, ithem through life in the art or being useful, happy and Dusy. "The Divorce Question." which comes to the Grand on next Wednesday night under the direction of Wing-field and Ridings has created more discussion than any play produced in recent years; it has served io enlighten the public on a subject that previously had not re-! ceived the consideration due such a 1 weighty problem. The theme is treated . with startlinsr frankness and the j characters are clean cut, cameo like in their distinctiveness. "The Divorce And it soothes your worries at the middle and end of the -day. You never tasted coffee quite so flavorful and satisfactory as Old Golden. ! Your grocer sells Old Golden Coffee, ground, steel cut; or, if you prefer to grind it at home before each making, the grocer can supply you with the whole bean. Sold only in one-pound sealed packages, air-tight, moisture-proof. TONE BROS., Des Moines (FrtMid 1S73) JMfflrs of thm Famaam Ton Bnm. Spicmu MMiiniMinmnimmiMf f ""1 iininimni4ll'llfflmi LaJ VO sasftifis ft Undergoes Operation for Appendicitis Courts in District Adjourn. Salina. Kan.. Feij. 6. Adjourned terms of court in the four counties of the Thirteenth judicial district are being delayed by the illness of Judge Dallas Grover, who was operated on Wednesday for appendicitis at Ells worth. He rallied and is improving. Within the last two years Mrs. Grover and their son, Dallas, jr.. were oper ated on for appendicitis and twice the Grover home has been under quaran tine for diphtheria this winter, and a year ago for scarlet fever. DRINK HOT TEA FOR A BAD COLD. Get a small package of Hamburg Kreast Tea. or as the German folks call it. "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of the tea, put cup of boiling water upon it, pour through a sieve and drink a teacup ull at any time. It is the most effective way to break a cold and cure grip, as it opens the pores, relieving congestion. Also loosens the bowels, thus breaking a cold at once. It is inexpensive and entirely vege table, therefore harmless. Adv. Question" ran for 125 performances in Chicago and the tour of the present or ganization bids fair to exceed in pop ularity its phenomenal success in the latter city. Harry Lauder will make his appear ance at the Grand on February 14 while en route on his trip around the world. Lauder's present visit to this country marks his sixth annual tour in Amer ica, under the direction of William Mor ris. Lauder will sail from San Fran cisco, Cal., on March 11 and will be gone several months for a tour through Australia. He has a number of new Bongs in his repertoire as "It's Nice to Get Up in the Mornin' but Nicer to Lie in Bed," "Ta Ta, My Bonnie Mag gie Darlin" " and "The Lodger," with which he has made a tremendous suc cess in London last season. In his sup porting company will, be Miss Ona Gar-rick, the celebrated English dra matic actress in a series of impersona tions. Irene Bercseny, the Hungarian gipsy cymbalist; Alfred Latell and Elsa Vokes in "A Dog of Fantasy." the English contralto. Miss Ethel Bourne, direct from Queen's and Albert halls, London; Erno Rapee. the Hungarian court pianist, and Jack Ark, the Aus tralian athlete in a unique diabolo ex hibition. "Who's Tour Friend?" the tabloid show at the Novelty the balance of the week, will please all classes of theater goers. It's built on the type of higher ideals. . . ' "East Lynne" to meeting with suc cess at the Majestic this week. The Norths are giving it a good production. Tba Empress presents a new program r today, including a Pathe feature in two parts "God's Warning," a Vitagraph study, "Decoration Day at Old Soldiers' Home" and several other good subjects. Stlcber Buys Scranton Gazette. Osage City, Feb. 6. H. C. Sticher of Osage City became owner of the fourth newspaper in 'Osage county when he this week bought the Scranton Gasetta of J. R. McNabb. A. B. Ferris will be in charge of the Gazette office. Mr. McNabb will re-enter the newspaper Held in the spring. Try State Journal Ad for lUUly Bkj VM mm w I 2 IUDOOR VJORK REDUCED OTREfJGm beetnue confining dutiea, tack of freah air and sunshine gradually weaken even a strong constitution, and the enfeebled system readily accepts sickness and disease. Scott's Emulsion checks such decline. Its pate cod liver ou is nature grandest medicinal food while it hypophoaphites act as a building tonic. tt refreshes the body, puts vigor in the blood, rrmgthcns the lungs, upbuilds the nerves and invigorates the whole system. if jrow or aWa. Scott's 8 n ,J -HwmMmmmm nmurr m. h i v asiv e" iron, f