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The Topeka state journal. [volume] (Topeka, Kansas) 1892-1980, May 16, 1919, HOME EDITION, Image 5

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Audrey Graham Killed hi Fall
of Plane in Oklahoma.
Ira Bid well, Kansas Baseball
3Ian, Seriously Injured.
Cherokee, Okla., May 1 6. Audrey
Graoiim is dead and Ira Bidwell is
oriously hurt as the result of an air
plane accident here Thursday after
noon. Both men had served as lieu
ten;its in aviation sections, t'nited
KtaUs army, stationed at Post f ild.
Fort Sill, rnlistinff from Kansas City.
Thef recently were discharped from
tho service.
The accident occurred in view of
thousands of spectators gathered hre
In Ittendance at the three days' au
tomobile and airplane exhibit. lra
haii and Bidwell were listed as inde
pendents, brought here to amuse the
Thy bad only been in the air R
fev minutes and were at a height of
approximately 1 ..r(!0 fort when they
wpnt into a tail spin. The spirit strain
and the wind were too much for the
irw repairs and the whites collapsed,
lidwell is well known in sporting cir
lrs of the southwest. especially
imon minor lfacue and semi-professional
baseball players.
' There is hardiy a baseball player
In the west who docs not know I ra
Bidwell, who was hurt in the Okla-'hom-i
airplane accident and many of
the hi;? league players owe their nsp
to the genial Kmporian who has been
a figure in Kansas sport circles for
a number of years.
Bidwell was called the kid mag
nate" in baseball. When he was hard
ly out of short pants he bean to man
ape baseball teams and was one of the
most successful of "free lances." In
1914 Bidwell managed the Emporia
team in the Kansas State league and
he managed a team in the Nebraska
State leasue for a season or two. But
manasinp. owning, directing and
financing teams kept him in the lime
lieht more than anything else. For
several seasons he managed the Kan
sas City Red Sox and one season
when he had this team he kept two
complete teams on the road.
Bid well's teams played in Topeka
on several occasions and he was well
known here. Among the players
whom he discovered and helped to
send to the big leagues are Otis Lam
beth, who was with Topeka in the
Western league under John Savage,
and Hendrix. of theThicago Cubs.
(.eniKiii I'rntcsls Written Before the
Treaty Received, Allies Bclicc
(Lv the Assin-inted Press.
T'aris, May 1 . The conviction is
growing in allied circles that most of
the (Jcrman protests against the oeace
treaty so far received were written
before the reading: of the treaty and
are designed as propaganda. This
conviction is stcnghtened by the fact
that the text of the treaty is not
quoted and that the protests have been
published in Berlin before they were
received in I'aris. The ' conference,
however, is referring all protests to
commissions. which will consider
them on their merits.
Presbyterians Take Vn precedent cd
Action In Choice of Moderator.
St. Louis, May 16. J. Willis Baer,
Pasadena. Cal., banker, was elected
moderator at the, ISltt general as
sembly of the Presbyterian church in
the United States in session here late
Thursday. This is the first time in
history a layman was chosen as the
highest officer of the church. Mr.
Baer's opponent was the Rev. Dr. S.
Hall Young, an Alaskan missionary.
Mr. Baer was the oniy layman
nominated, the He v. Alexa nder Mac
Coll, of Philadelphia: the Rev. Robert
Johnston, of Montreal, Canada, and
the Rev. Calvin Hays, of Johnstown.
Pa., also were nominated, hut with
drew from the race in favor of the
other two candidates.
William Jennings Bryan, who had
been spoken of frequently as a pos
sible contestant, did not arrive in St.
Louis until after the election. This
precluded him from becoming a can
dpidate, as the assembly has never
chosen a moderator who was not on
the floor at the time of the election.
or Tonsilitis, gargle
with warm salt
water, then apply
Light, tasty, flaky biscuits,
you never saw or tasted the like of
them so delicious that the folks will
demand biscuits twice to where they ask
for them once now, when the leavener is
a baking powder that makes it
possible to be truly American in Bak
ing Economy. There is no loss no spoiled
bakings no re-bakings. It never loses its
wonderful leavening strength never varies.
Calumet is the world's biggest selling Bak
ing Powder because it has proved to the
world's housewives that it is the most dependable and
economical. Used in the U. S. Army and Navy. A
product of the largest, finest, most sanitary baking'
powder factory in existence. Try it. Have greater
baking success, more delicious and wholesome foods.
la ''if?1-; ,11
3 Levtl cups flour
3 Level teaspoonfuls Calumrl Baking
1 Level teaspoonful salt
3 Level lablespoonfuls shorteping.
1 1 1 Cups milk or water
How to Make Them Si2 all
dry ingredients together. Then work
in shortening thoroughly. Next add
cold milk or water, mixing to a soft
dough. Turn dough on floured board
and roll out lightly till one-half inch
thick. Cut into' biscuits and lay in
baking pan. Let stand for flie min
utes; then bake in hot oven.
b" ' v-;frV
Raking poww!
This it positively one of the best biscuit recipes ever formulated. Cut out
and paste in your recipe Book for future reference.
h We?d ef Warning Worth Lisfeaing To
When you buy a pound of .Calumet you get a full
pound 16 oz. Some high priced baking powders are
now being put cn the market in 12-oz. cans instead
of "a pound. Be sure you are getting a pound when
you want it. No short weights with Calumet.
not made by the rm.
Returning soldiers welcome!
WE'RE glad you're back again; at home
and ready tor civilian activities. You'll find
here the clothes you want; we're complete outfitters
from head to foot; latest styles, wonderful variety
for your selection; extra big values for your money.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Auerbach Guettel
Oar 4-Store Buying Power
Insures Best Values and
Lowest Prices
Topeka Kansas City
St. Joseph Emporia
chaff ner
& Marx Stylish Suits
ther and Son
Copyright Hart Schaffner Si Marx
Hart Schaffner & Marx very choice suits $35
THE extraordinary values at this price emphasize the importance to you of our four
store buying power. Big selections of the newest spring patterns, and pure all-wool
fabrics are included in this special selection; young men's waist-seam models, both single
and double breasted ; men s business suits correctly styled along conservative
lines. You'll find these suit values to be equal to many $40 and $45 clothes
shown by other stores. See these special values at l
Young men want these
Hart Schaffner & Marx
new waist seam models
WHEN we say Hart Schaffner & Marx designed
these waist-seam suits for us, you know that
they're the best clothes that can be made; they're
all-wool ; they re correct ; created by the best
style designers in the country. Everything
about them is right; from the collar and
lapels to the cuffs on the trousers. We would
like to show you these smart waist-seam
suits, in both single and double breasted
models. Slash, crescent and patch pockets,
panel seam fronts, Raglan back effects ; some
have piped collars, cuffs and pockets. Beauti
ful all-wool fabrics, in many colorings and
patterns. The values are especially strong at
i 'ill's,
ill 1 1
"VYHEN there's a boy in the house
' it's a pretty safe bet that father is kept -
up to scratch" on the latest styles. He may not
want the newest waist-seam suit, but he'll want
all the latest style touches. On the other hand,
father is likely to be a little more particular
about quality than son; he knows that the best
is the cheapest and he'llteach the boy this lesson '
in economy.
YE know how it is; we have every-
Y v thing that father and son want; styles
for each and the best quality for both. Hart
Schaff ner & Marx make the clothes; there are
none better. The fabrics are all-wool; the tailor
ing is carefully done; you can depend upon them
to wear well and keep their shape. You'll be
surprised at the splendid values and the ease of
finding a fit here in the finest quality suits and
overcoats at
$25 $30 $35 $40
$45 $50 $55 $60
TTie home of stylish clothes
for big men
."VVE give special attention to fitting big men; stout, tall, big
and heavy, medium stout; men of 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, D4 and 5
chest measure. We have clothes scientifically designed to meet their re
quirements; all high grade; specially selected fabrics, extra well tailored.
At our prices the values are exceptionally good
$25 $30 $35 $40 $50 $60
Blue suit headquarters
HTHIS store's leadership in blue suits is acknowledged. They're
true blue, too the only kind you want, fast color, guaranteed. Plain
and fancy weave blue serges; blue worsteds, flannels, blue cheviots, blue
mixtures. Hart Schaffner & Marx and other dependable makes. At our
prices you save 15 per cent to 33 per cent on the present market value of
the goods. See these suits at
$25 $30 $35 $40 $50
$35 $40 $45 $50 $60 Raincoats a real necessity
Great values in young
men 7s suits at $25
Copyright 191! Hart facial ner Mart
SPECIAL for tomorrow, a splendid showing of
vouno- men's clpvpr new snrino- mortals inr-lnrl-
ing the waist seam effects, among them many Hart Schaffner & Marx beautiful Scotch
homespuns. Choose from Blue Serges, Fancy Worsteds, Scotch weaves and Cassimeres,
caretuiiy tailored and nave all the lashion leatures desired by dressy young
cnaps. lou 11 save trom $o.U0 to $lo00 on these values on our special
price tomorrow
Young men 's suit special
SPECIAL lot of High SchoolJr. first long p ants suits for boys 14 to 19 years old; also
special styles for young men and men wh o like young men's styles. These are "model"
suits and one, two and three ot a kind trom higher priced lines, including newest waist-
seam styles. .Newest colors and patterns; blue and brown flannels,
gray cassimeres, fancy mixtures, specially priced
Saturday at
The "Argonne" special
A Hat for Our Victorious Soldier Boys
CLEVERLY, designed like this cut, in fine felt, in pearl
color only, with narrow or wide band ; a o t?f
soft, very light weight. Special if
Great Display of
Manhattan Shirts in new patterns
HERE you'll find a fine selection of these Manhattan
Shirts: newest spring patterns in big varieties beautiful silks
of flowered and striped designs, individual weaves: distinctive fea
tures so characteristic of these finest shirts. Come in and see how
really attractive the shirts are at all prices from 3 to $13.50.
TT HIS spring's weather has proven the need of a raincoat, gabar-
dine or rain-proofed overcoat. A popular coat Is our "Auto-Special"
raincoat, made for us by Hart Schaffner & Marx, at $4 0. Many others here;
every popular style; for rainy weather, for cool days, for driving, for dress.
All sizes fitted. You'll find them priced to your advantage at
$15 $20 $25 $30 $35 $40
Savings on extra trousers
Hnrt S-huffncr & Marx suit trousers: nil wool, linml nllorl, from suit
sold at JS5.00 and $40.00. All sizes. Specially priced gQ
Men's striped worsted trousers. In all hlzcs: also blue writCH. In Hie lurer fljC
sizes, for business or dress. Kxtra, big values V
A Great Boys9 Store
well prepared to meet every
boy's clothes requirements
You can clothe your boy well and with
economy, if you bring him to our Boys' Store.
For school, sport, dress we have boys' clothes
that are right ; designed to meet the approval
of your boys' clothes-ideas ; made to give sat
isfactory service; priced to give you the
economy you seek. Well tailored of excellent ma
terials; In all the newest models; welt-waist suits;
military backs, crescent, vertical and slash pockets:
Norfolk suits with extra pants to match; sizes to
18 years, and newest styles for small boys 2 to 8
years. The finest values you can find anywhere at
$10 $12.50 $15
$17.50 $20 $25

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