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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1918
GIRLS! LOTS OF
BEAUTIFUL HAIR
A small bottle of "Danderine"
makes hair thick, glossy and
wavy.
mSrfndffritch'BOLMAR HAS NUT TO CRACK
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V -friiMinllfir.jt MMi imiiMiiim muff
To b' possessed of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair: soft, lustrous, fluffy,
wavy and free fi:m dandruff is merely
a matter of using a little Danderine.
It is n.sy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just
pet a small bottle of Knowlton's
JJanderine now it costs but a few
cents -all drug ntores recom
mend it apply a little as directed
and within ten minutes there will be
ah. appea ranee of abundance, fresh
ness, fluffiness and an incomparal!e
gloss and lustre, and try as you will
you can not find a trace of dandruff
or falling hair; but your real surprise
will be aft r about two weeks' use.
when you will see new hair fine and
downy at first yes. but really new hair
sprouting out all over your scalp
IandeHno is, we believe, the only sure
hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and
cure for itchy scalp and it never fails
to stop falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth
with a little Danderine and carefully
draw it through your hair- taking one
small strand at a lime. Your hair will
be soft, glossy and beautiful in just
a few moments a delightful surprise
awaits everyone who tries this. Adv.
EAT LESS MEAT
IF BACK HURTS
Take a glass of Salts to Flush
Kidneys if bladder bothers
you.
Katlng meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in some form
r- other, says a well-known author
ttj because the uric acid in meat
xcites the kidneys, they become over
Worked; get sluggish, clog up and
cause all sorts of distress, particu
larly backache and misery in the
kidney region; rheumatic twinges, se
vere headaches, acid stomach, consti
pation, torpid liver, sleeplessness,
bladder and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or
kidneys aren't acting right, or if blad
der bothers you. get about four
ounces of J ad Salts from any good
pharmacy; take a tablespoonf ul in a
glass of water before breakfast for
a few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity; also to neutralize
the acids in the urine so it no longer
irritates, thus ending bladder disor
ders. Jad Salts cannot injure anyone;
makes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then to keep the
kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus
avoiding serious kidney disease. Adv.
Shall We Have
Enough Food
This Year?
How about farm labor and tHe draft?
What of production when peace comes
at last?
Secretary Houston
LooKs Ahead
and answers tHese questions in an in
terview by David Lawrence, in tKis
week's issue of
HTg country gentleman
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GUARDSARE BUSY
War Between Topeta Home
Soldiers Stirs Recruiting.
Ilargis-Humphreys Battle Xow
Waits for Reinforcements.
jlieiuruer iui
J Wants To Resign.
Five Bosses Hargis, Hum
phreys, House, Norton, AVilson.
Calm reigned on all fronts of the
Topeka home guard struggle today
and only the occasional sputter of a
shell that failed to explode Tuesday
smoked up the atmosphere. Whether
the calm was only the usual quietness
that precedes a big thrust or whether
the worst of the scrap is really over
are matters that a prayerful public,
passionately desirous of peace, must
wait for time alone to determine.
All appearances indicate that Cap
tain Hargis, leader of Company A, will
accept whatever challenge Captain
Hamlin and Commander Humphreys
hurl at him and that he will stick to
his post and not give up his sword un
til his last man is gone. It was re
ported this morning that he was out
in full regMlia at the regular weekly
drill Tuesday night and that he had a
much larger turnout than on any
night for several weeks. One report
stated that between thirty-five and
forty men answered to roll call, and
all present were accounted for.
Make Competition Keen. .
When this report was received at
other headquarters a statement was
given out to the effect that "all is well
on both sides of the Kaw." and that
the two companies undoubtedly will
continue in existence and that the ri
valry between them to excel in num
bers and in efficiency will give Topeka
the best home guard army in the state.
Col. Jonathan D. Norton, head of
the home guard organization of Kan-
sas. gave out a statement from his i
headquarters today in which, he said
he heartily approves the organization
of a new company and that he sees no
reason why two companies cannot be
maintained here. However, Colonel
Norton also says that no papers have
been issued legalizing the new com
pany and he is of the opinion that
Commander Humphreys is not yet
really a commander, some steps not
yet having been taken to cloak him
with the authority to officiate as such.
However, Colonel Norton says he be
lieves these steps will eventually be
taken.
"I see no objection to the organiza
tion of a new company," Colonel Nor
ton said. "If the men who are trying
to form a guard organization cannot
get along together, I believe it is best
for them to separate." ,
No Rival Recruiting Station.
One new development today was the
announcement of H. A. Goodrich, of
the Waggoner & Goodrich drug store,
that his place of business will riot be
used as a recruiting station for the
new Hamlin company. Hargis can
use his own drug store to recruit for
his company if he wants to do so, but
A Plump Cushion
For Protruding Bones
XATL'RB POINTS THE WAY WHY
LOOK LIKE A SCAI1ECKOW?
Eat, drink and be merry, but who can
be merry with bones sticking out all over?
Thin people are usually heavier eaters
than fat oops. Tliir systems are craving
food fur nourishment all the time. Some
of them actually get weary carrying arotim!
the food they eat and can't understand why
they are weary. If they could start ill to
day HUd assimilate the fat producing ele
ments of all tb.' food they eat. there
wouldn't be enough "V's" in the dictionary
to enlarpe all the vests. The fat elements
of food will not increase weight in thou
sands of thin peoplo by reason of lack of
certain tissue substances necessary to effect
the chemical transformation of fatty food
to fatty tissue. These fatty food elements
need a tort of escort to accompany them
through the digestive tract they need
Liitro-Pbosphnte, a simple and efficient
tissue and strength builder which literally
drives flesh-prod nciiig properties of food
through the blood vessels into the cellular
tissues all over the body. When the process
jjets well under way all those angular lines
disappear ugly corners are cushioned off
with good, healthy, oerinanent flesh, Kitro
Phosphate is an ideal strength and flesh
builder and will put considerable ginger
into any person who is weak, thin or run
down. It should be taken in its pure, un
adulterated state, and it is well, therefore,
to remember to ask for Ilitro-Phpsphate
tablets. Tully-McFarland lrug iUfi, Wag
goner & Goodrich and all first-class drug
gists can supply you. Advertisement.
i
the Watrgoner & Goodrich store will
not compete against him in the re
cruiting field.
"I knew nothing about the plan to
use our store as a recruiting station
until I saw it in Tuesday night's State
Journal," Goodrich said today. "I
had not been consulted about this and
I want it understood that no applica
tions will be handled by any one in
our store."
Carl V. Bolmar, Topeka State Jour
nal artist who has been acting as re
corder for the home guard organiza
tion, appears to have sued for separate
peace and according to a statement
given out by him, he plans to resign
his office.- ,
liolmar's statement.
Bolmar upon being questioned about
the Hargis- Humphreys controversy
said:
'AH I know about it is that Mayor
House personally delivered to me a
copy of a letter addressed to the ad
jutant general of Kansaj in which he
stated that inasmuch as by the by-laws
adopted for the governing of Kansas
home guards he is ex-officio com
mander or the home guards in Topeka,
and being unable because of his other
duties to exercise this command, he
had appointed T. D. Humphreys to
act as commander in his stead."
As regarfls the raising of a new
company and its rivalry with the one
alreadv in existence. Bolmar said: "I
know "nothing of the matter beyond
the statements of T. D. Humphreys.
The formation of a second company
in the guard is no indication! of either
rivalry or dissatisfaction but a per
fectly legitimate and perhaps even
desirable action. The comparatively
small turnout of the old company at
the last two or three drills can easily
be attributed to the cold weather, in
fact at both of the last two meetings
we received several new enlistments.
"I will probably resign the recorder
ship, inasmuch as' things seem to be
in a rather hopeless tangle, which
makes my position rather unpleasant,
but I do not know whether to tender
my resignation to Hargis, Humphreys,
Mayor House, Colonel Norton, Presi
dent WiLon, or to the men who
elected me."
JURY CHAIRS BURNED
Wooden Spittoon Causes $1,000 Fire in
Ftnncy Co. Court House.
Garden City, Kan., Jan. 17. A
wooden spittoon box filled with saw
dust and a cigar stub caused a thou
sand dollar fire in Finney county's
court house A night session of court
was held till 10:30 o'clock Tuesday
niffht, and about 3 in the morning
fire was discovered in the court rornii.
The fire department was soon on the
ground and the fire put out, but not
until the jury box and chairs were en
tirely consumed and the court room
badly damaged by fire, smoke and
water.
The room occupied by the county
superintendent of public instruction
being directly tinder the court room
was badly damaged by water. The
other office rooms were all damaged
more or less but not enough to prevent
business being conducted in them to
day. The district court removed to the
Industrial club rooms and continued
its session. Only a few of the more
important cases will be tried when a
recess will be taken until March.
GIRLS BEAT 'EM UP
Attack C:ulucUr and Motorniau
When Oi (tared to V. Ik.
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 17. Seven girls
ordered to leave a trolley car when it
was half a mile from the point to
which they had paid their fare fol
lowed futile protests today by clubbing
fie motorman and conductor. The
disorder occurred on the Homeville
line, near Homestead.
The conductor was beaten and
thrown from the car. The girls then
attacked the motorman.- Other trolley
men went to his rescue and police
threatened the girls with arrest. Under
police gua .". the car was run to the
barn.
VIOLATE EGG LAW
75 Chicago Dealers Sold Storage Kind
for Krcsli, Is Charge.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 17. Seventy-five
grocers and delicatessen owners were
charged by the state food administra
tion today with selling cold storage
eggs as fresh eggs in violation of the
pure food laws, and warrants were
asked.
The action followed closely the first
appearance of dollar a dozen eggs. A
downtown merchant charged that
price for eggs guaranteed to be "24
hours old."
TELEGRAPH TABLOIDS
Chicago A man telephoned the
Englewood police station for permis
sion to steal a bag of coal from the
bins of the school house in that vicin
ity. When they found he had a big
family they told him to, go ahead.
Chicago Cleopatra was on trial
here today. Producers are seeking an
injunction to prevent the police from
interfering with the movie of that his
toric beauty. The censor says Miss
Theda is too "bare-a,"
Chicago Bogdan Gojen, druggist,
treated a toothache by inserting a
pump in the patient's mouth and fill
ing him with air. The unique treat
ment cost Gojen a $25 fine.
St. Paul Otto E. Reddmann. sa
loonkeeper, ordered 200 pictures of
the kaiser before the war. They got
here after the United States mixed in.
He gave them away. If he can round
every one he will not be prosecuted.
St. Louis Admitting twenty-five
holdups in three weeks, William
Gercke, 16. and Martin Brundirk, 19,
said they staged six of them in the
shadow of the Deer street police sta
tion early today before they were
caught.
New Tork Two cakes of ice, bear
ing two strangely human figures, were
believed to be somewhere in the Hud
son today just where they were left
after firemen discovered the "two
boys" on them were chunks of dirt
New York War atrocities wo
men's shoes are to be only nine inches
high hereafter during the war, the Na
tional Association of Boot and Shoe
Manufacturers decided in convention
here.
"Are you fond of country life?"
"I never saw any."
"What?"
"Fact."
"But I thought you were going to
spend your vacation in the country.
"So I did, but I found there only a
baa imitation or .city life.
HAS DEEP EFFECT
British Laborites Appeal to
Slav and Teuton Alike.
Would Apply Home Rule to Ire-
land, India and Africa.
SHOWS UP GERMAN "PEACE"
Kevealsj Raiser Alone,' xBases
Aim on Annexation.
Labor Party Has Major Power
in England Now.
Washington, Jan. 17. The British
labor party's peace appeal to Kussia
and Germany was regarded in many
quarters today as one of the most com
pelling and significant moves under
taken in the political offensive against
Teuton militarism.
It was considered a telling stroke
by the most vital element now in any
population the labor group.
Sweeping aside the Russian thought
that Britain has tended to abandon
her. the appeal was regarded as show
ing a real fraternity between the la
bor of Britain and of Kussia ana or
Germany.
It served, as experts saw it, to point
out further the duplicity and treach
ery of the German Brest-Litovsk ne
gotiators while it held out the hope
to Germany that she would regain her
African colonies.
Include India and Ireland.
Manifestly born of war-weariness,
the aDDeal. however, was regarded as
showing a firm and loyal determina
tion on the part of labor to see n
thru," even to the point of national
exhaustion. Further it cast on Ger
many the odium of further contin
uance of the war.
Officials deemed it most signifi
cant that the labor party declared for
self-determination for India ana ire
land, thereby shutting out any pos
sible German or Russian answer that
England was preaching what she did
not practice.
British labor is at the root of re
cent war aims statements.
That there has been a growing dis
content in labor quarters is known.
And largely in response to the mut-
terings of that group, Lloyd George,
followed by President wnson, siaieu
war aims clearly, eliminating for all
time any claim that the allies are
imperialistic"
Compared With German Greed.
Between the British appeal and the
Germans brusque refusal to quit the
Baltic provinces, the Russians, it is
felt here, will eventually tire of bar
tering with the enemy.
Today's German report of a settle
ment of Germany's internal political
difficulties was regarded as a compro
mise. Hertling himself was a com
promise choice and while he is given
control of policy in the east, it was
deemed significant that the militarists
were unable to make Hindenburg or
some other militarist complete con
troller of policy instead of dictator as
to the ' west only. However, some
authorities cautioned that Hertling'a
power in the east may have been
granted only 'as a sop to liberal opin
ion opposed to the annexationist
group.
K. U. PROFESSOR CAPT.
C. A. llaskins linen Commission in
Sanitary Corps of the Army.
Lawrence, Kan., Jan- 17. C. A.
Hawkins, state sanitary engineer and
professor in the University of Kansas,
received a commission as captain in
the sar 'tary corps of the United States
army this morning, and will leave to
morrow for Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.
Captain Haskins directed the work
of laying out Camp Cody, Deming, N.
M.t and made investigations and rec
ommendations regarding the water
and sewage problems of Camp Fun-
ston and Camp Pike. Professor Has
kins will be succeeded- here by J. E.
Welker, assistant sanitary engineer.
He is the fifth member of the engi
neering faculty to enter the service.
WOMEN" MONEY MAKERS,
Farmers' Wives Sell Much Poultry,
Butter and $18,000 Worth of Kffgs.
Courtland, Kan., Jan. 17. Just as
a side line the farmers of this vicinity
sold to one firm last year In Courtland,
nearly $18,000 worth of eggs and poul
try amounting to $7,320.
Also after using all the butter they
wanted m their own homes they have
sold butter and butter fat to the
amount of nearly $9,000.
Most of this work was done by the
women and they claim that they are
going to do far better the coming year.
When it comes to doing their bit you
can bet your last "bit" that they will
be fully a length and a half ahead of
the men.
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BOSTON CHEERFULLY
GOES TO BED EARLY
ON WAR FUEL ORDER
Boston, Jan. 17. Boston went to
bed earlier than usual last night, slept
later today and showed general and
cheerful compliance with early clos
ing and late opening regulation made
in the hope of conserving fuel.
Fuel Administrator Storrow's order
for 10 o'clock closing was more wide
ly observed last night than on Mon
day, as the public came to realize that
it was a command and not a request.
Without exception ,the curtains in the
leading theaters were rung down be
fore 10:15, while motion picture
houses and saloons were dark fifteen
minutes eaiiier.
TOPEKANS HONORED
C. H. Buck and Ij. B. Smith Offi
cers of Engineering Society.
Lawrence, Kan., Jan. 1. C. H.
Buck, of Topeka, was elected presi
dent of the Kansas State Electrical
society at the' tenth annual session at
the University of Kansas Wednesday
afternoon. A. A. Potter, of the K. S.
A. C, was chosen vice president and
L. B. Smith, of Topeka, secretary.
The social aspect of electricity was
the outstanding event of Wednesday's
papers and discussions and comprised
a paper by Prof. P. B. Johnson, of the
University,' who told how since 1910
there has grown up in Kansas a score
of independent and municipal firms
that were supplying: electricity to a
string of towns and to many farmers,
thereby adding a modern convenience
that was making life still more worth
living in many rural communities.
J. C. Wonders, district engineer for
the department of agriculture with of
fices in Omaha, discussed federal aid
in road building in Kansas and told of
eleven road projects lhat are being put
under way in the state. In a further
talk on this subject W. S. Oearhart,
state highway engineer, urged that
road building be carried forward dur
ing war, except at harvest time when
the road building forces should be di
verted to the fields.
Prof. H. A. Rice, of the university,
made a report of the study of the state
water commission on flood and drain
age problems. The subject brought
forth an exhaustive discussion from
engineers living in cities along the
Kaw and Marias des Cygnes and other
rivers of eastern Kansas.
CLOSE OUT "ALLIANCE"
Bill In Congress to Wip Out German
American Organization.
Washington. Jan. 17. Senator King,
Utah, today introduced a bill to wipe
out of existence the German-American
Alliance.
The bill repeals the law under
which the alliance was incorporated
and directs the attorney general to
bring suit for appointment of a re
ceiver. The receiver is to sell the
property of the alliance in scores of
American cities, pay its debts and
completely wind up its affairs.
FOUR LEAVE FACULTY
Washburn Professors Go to Other
Fields for Xw Term.
Four Washburn professors have al
ready left the faculty of th ; college or
are preparing to leave at the opening
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of the spring term that begins next
month. -Prof. Edison Pettit of the
astronomy department, was granted a
leave of absence during the Christmas
holidays, leaving at once to begin
studying fr entrance into Ve army.
Dr. A. R. Kennedy will go to Camp
Funston next month as a physical in
structor fr the soldiers; H. I. Woods
leaves to take up Y. M. C. A. work
in France; and S. W. Hefelbower will
tw the Airondac - his health.
The basketball teams will be in
charge of .Prof. F. L. DeBeukalaer
pendin . e securing of an experienced
atnletic director.
ANXIOUS TO FIGHT
$170 lcntal Bill and Surgical Opera
tion Make Gim Eligible.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 17. John
Windsor, Australian merchant tailor,
underwent an operati n h e recently
to qualify physically f r enlistment in
the British army. The operation was
performed by Dr. E. M. ia.ca.t.nrington,
examining officer for the- British-
Canadian recruiting office here, and
Windsor's expenses while convalescing
are being borne by Capt. W. R. Sim
mie; in charge of the office
Windsor asserts he was disqualified
for service once before on account of
his teeth and paid $170 to have the
fault corrected. He was greatly dis
appointed wh n ..old he still was unfit
for army duty and gladly took the
chance offered by an operation. His
home is in New South Wales.
SEND R. R.' MEN EAST
Working on Temporary Transfer of
Mechanics to Repair Ixcomotives.
Washington, Jan. 17. The railroad
administration today was working out
arrangements for the temporary trans
fer of skilled railroad mechanics from
the west to the east where at present
there exists an acute shortage in com
petent labor material.
Machinists and car repairmen, it
was pointed out by executives of east
ern lines, are needed chiefly to re
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bladder are the most important orpans of
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fiers of your blood. If the poisons which
enter your system through the blood and
stomach are not entirely thrown out by
the kidneys and bladder, your are doomed.
Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomach trouble,
headache, pain in loins and lower abdo
men, gall-stones, gravel, difficulty when
urinating, cloudy and bloody urine,
rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago, all
warn vou to look i.fter your kidneys and
bladder. GO 1,1 MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules are what you need.
They are not a "patent medicine," nor
n "uew discovery." For 200 years they
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Donald Thompson's War Pictures
Owing to the bad weather and the expressed de-
sire on the part of many Orpheum patrons to see
these Kront line pictures, the Orpheum manage
ment has -arranBed a return engagement of "The
German Curse in Russia."
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'The Sleeping Princess'
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A BIG EXTRA FEATURE
JOE ACTON Athfmt,ok,ixary
Compound" relieves the cold
Don't stay stuffed up!
erishness, sore throat, sneezing, sorer
ness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! Kase your throbbing
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such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold
Compound." which costs only a few
cents at any drug store. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, causes, no
inconvenience. Be sure you get the
genuine. Advertisement.
have been a standard household remedy.
Tliev are the pure, original Imported
Uaa'rlem Oil your ftreat-grandmother
used, and are perfectly harmless. The
healing, soothing oil soaks into the cells
. and lining of the kidneys and through
: the bladder, driving out the poisonous
' germs. New life, fresh strength and
health will come, as you continue the treat
; ment. When completely restored to your
usual vipor. continue taking a capsule or
two each day; they will keen you in cou
I ditton and prevent a return of the disease.
i Do not delav a minute. Ielayj are es-
peciallv dangerous in kidney and bladder
trouble. All druggists sell (iOLD MKPAL.
j Uaarlem Oil Capsules. They will refund
i the mo ne v if not i.s represented. In three
sizes, sealed packages. Ask for the orig
inal imported iOKD MKPAL. Accept UO
1 substitutes. Advertisement.
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