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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNALMONDAY EVENING, APRIL 19. 1920
5 uswsjircgio m 'mntwtti jwwau -sikAmk. 1 4tatertMimE i THE NATIONAL CEMENT PRICED 75c PER SACK Von know th advantage of comTte and its many uses on the farm. Make this year's improvements permanent with concrete. Use Lehigh, tha "at:onal Cement Look for the blue and white Lehigh siirn on the dealer's office or warehouse. No other Cement qives the universal satisfaction this does; Owners are always iad to recommend it: Architects pleased -with results and the con tractor can do more and better work with less material than any other cement on the market. J. B. HECK LUMBER COMPANY OVERALLS IN BANK! "DANDERINE" Clerks in One Institution Here Wear in i 'Em. Other Firms in Line Stndents Make Bine Monday Bine. Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. MM WEATHER IS AN ALLY Foes of Xorement See Increase in Jean Prices. 213 East 6th St. Topeka, Kansas Phone 204 PETITION ON WAY Loral Shriners Have Names on Temple Plea. ame .Vmina Has Been Pro posed for Topeka Sand. The Topeka Shriner's prtiticm for i Shr ne temple in Topeka was started on Its way to the Imperial recorder in Boston Saturday afternoon by resis tered mail, sperial delivery, according to ' 'scar Swayzo. The petition carried a total of 113 names more than the required num her. A petition must carry the names of 4i0 memliers. The pet tion from Topeka carried the names of 5-5 local Shriners. The name Amina, pronounced ahmeenah. has been proposed for the new tempie Amina was tha wife .of Abdallah and the mother of Moham med. In petitioning for a temple here, the local Shrine club is seeking to break away from The Abdullah temple in order to establish one of its own. The committee thai selected the name Amina, which is ?o full of mean in" especially under the conditions of the present situation, was composed of F S. Crane, F. L. Stures, and JDr. A. 1J. Jeffrey. The petition was to reach the im perial recorder before April 22. Wm. Horley is chairman of the petition committee. The Shrine club has seventy-five petitions for membership. -They expect to have applications from 3 new members to send to the im perial council w.th the committee when the council is hold in Portland, Ore., on June '22. Z". -4. Charles A. Moore is chairman of the committee. He will select five Shriners to appear before the council. The Topeka Shrine club has engaged practically the entire floor of the Grand theater tonic-lit and will go to bear Al ;. Field's, as has been their custom for a number of years. All I Shriners will wear their red fezzes. Al j G. Field is a Shriner. He lived in To ! peka a number of years a?o. j Clement W. Seeley has sane to Min I neapolis. Minn, on account of the seri ! ous illness of his mother. MARRIAGE LICENSES Following are murriae licenses issued dnrinir the last twi-ntv-foiir hours bv Pro bate J mitre Ralph H. liaw: Finis E. Kinkead, Kansas 'itv Mo m Jessie M. Lin yd, Kansas City. Mo : rhrisronher J. Atkinson. Topeka 42 ! Pearl Buffinirton, rircieville ! Gilbert P. Hicks, W'rny. Coin 21 j Essie M. Brown. Franklin, "eb l! George J. Shit'fWhcin. Topeka...., - Rebecca Hrenrhir. Kmraert I!) Wedding rings, H-K gold. $4 up. Earria-Goar Co., 608 Kansas Ave, I aar. For the Supreme Cup of Tea You Should Buy From the Firm That Grows It 7 ' - Upton's Tea is grown on the Lipton Plantations the finest tea gardens of the .world in Ceylon and India. There it is picked, cured and shipped by Lipton. When the tea reaches the great Lipton Warehouses in America it is blended by Lipton experts. iLiii ir II j in 2 ii i&J LARGEST SALE TH THE WORLD The final step is the seallngin flavor-retaining packages which keep the tea fresh and preserve all the original quality until released by the boiling water in the tea pot. Lipton's Tea is brewed just as any other tea but for the supreme cup of tea, buv from the firm that grows it and look for the signature of Sir Thomas J. Lipton on every package of tea you buy. Tea Corrksjum Cocoa Planted. Ceylch Ask your grocer for Lipton's blends of Ceylon and India Teas Black, Green or Mixed, also Orange Pekoe THOMAS J. LIPTON, Inc. Hobo ken San Francisco Chicago Toronto London -Every Pateh a Croix de Gurref'JIacferraa's Slotran. Topeka The overall movement is spreading-. Four clerks in the Bank of Topeka came to work this morning attired in denim. The telephone department of the Santa Fe was ?0 per cent denim ized and twenty employes of the chief engineer's office of the Southwestern ell Telephone comnanv were) dressed n khakft pants and shirt3 today. Joans Appear at Schools. About twenty-five students of the )peka hih school appeared dressed derail a this morning. "And I hope there won't be any more, said R. R. Cook, principal. "It will raise the price. I think it's foolish for boys to buy overalls when they ave suits they will outgrow unless hey wear them out. It will make it hard for men who have to wear them." -A. number of students in the grade schools are also wearing1 denim, ac- ordmg to A. J. btout, city superin tendent. A few Washburn students have fallen in line. Two nf them Maurice Lea.n and Junior Hutrprins are so en thused over the idea that they have nnounced their intention of wearint; hem to dances. Both are considered niftv" dressers at the colle The Bank of Topeka clerks, all ookkeopprs. are Herbert Bineer. Glen room. Al Fluke and J. P. Man. It was predicted that at least ten mo-e erks will don the blue tomorrow. Rainy Weather an Ally. Rainy weather, supplying an n- sti.net to protect good suits, brought orth a number of overall-clad em- loyes m miscellaneous institutions of he city. At the Santa Fe offices and the general offices of the telephone lompany it was said that scores more mployes were planning on donning overalls and handine1 the high cost of clothes a swat within the next few days. Not every whnr does the overall movement meet with a friendly recep- on, however. W;lliam Macferran, president of the State Savings bank. aid today he feared the movement will tend to raise the cost of overalls for those who really must wear them, and at the same time do little toward owering clothing prices. Every Pateh a Croix de Guerre." I'm for patching old clothes and wearing them. said Macferran. I hink thisshould be encouraged and every patch regarded as a croix de uerre." Mayor H. J. Cnrwine and Commis sioner Robert McGirfert are among the Topekans who give the overall rasre the "icy mitt." Both see in creased overall prices as the result. The report that Topeka ministers will wear denim in their pulpits next Sunday could not be verified. Chas. F. Mathews, president of the Mintster- al union, said he had heard nothing of the plan and that the union had not taken it under oneideration. NO OVERALL PRICE HIRE VET. i AS SLA g THINK of the many ways you can use Mazola! It is richer than butter and better than lard for shorten ing. For deep frying you can use the same Mazola again and again. Mazola comes in a con venient can and you don't have to keep it in the ice ' box. It never turns rancid regardless of hot weather. Cora Products Refining Co. P. O. k 161 N Yk CitT now 39, PINT CANS Larger sizes ciieaperper lb RE FDRjem Musterole Loosens Up Those Stiff Joints Drives Out Pain Ycrall know why thousands use Musterole once you espenencs the glad relief it gives. Get a jar at once from the nearest drc? store. It is a clean, white oint ment; made with the oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Brings ease and comfort while it is being rubbed on ! Musterole is recommended by many doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are used annually for bronchitis, croup, siiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu matism, lumbago, pains and aches ot the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles; bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest t it often prevents pneumonia). 20c and 60c jars; hospital size iC-xX iSlKli A few cents buys "Danderine." Aft er an application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen haiY' or any dan druff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and thickness. Superfluous Hair. Roots And AIl,Quicklj Go! (AbMilntrty New Horn Method) siiiiniiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii iiiifEiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniuiniiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiujiiic Aocrbocb Jb Gaettel Pmlaitt clothing Co. Home of Hart Sotiaffwr Jt Man Clothes Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes l I ' are best for you . 1 Y7E make these goods our big feature because1 they're best for you; VV all-wool and good tailoring for long service; lively, new, active styles for better loolcs. ' ' Hart Schaffner & Marx I special all-wool i suits at $50 nnHE big- attraction here now is ouj' v -L special offering- of Hart Schaffner & Marx pure all-wool worsted spring- 4 suits at $50., You never saw better 4 1 values they're worth 50 more today. I Sizes to fit men and young- men. Every " f suit gruaranteed to your satisfaction or your money back. Don t 1 fail to see these f i suits at F'r the first time in a hundred years a genuinelv effetive methorl of removing unHightly hairy gmwtha has been discov ered. The new phelactin process irms not merely take off the hiar-ends: it ac tually removes the roots ! It does this quirklv and harmlessly. It does nnt at anything like the depilatory, electriral. or other methoi. Phetactine is non-odorous, mm-pojsouous. non-irritating. iet a sruk of it from your ilrnist. follow the simple instructions, and have the satisfac tion f seeing the roots themselves removed at iHst. a.v. "I Recommend to All WHoWish to Reduce" Says Arbolone Tablets "la the Bst Remedy I Ever Came Across.' Tells Reason for Sarr?essful Obesity TrettUinmt to Thousands. i it- i I h A I- - irr i jt f ' ! " ' ' '( f- . $50 Others up to $73 r ttr 'Hi t i ' Extrti Trousers! 1 F YOU'RE not buying' a new suit this E spring matc!j up as best you can with extra pair trousers (Subway) 5 3, $6.37, $8.50, $10, $12.50, $15 I iff But Merchants Say Demand Will Cause Future Market Advance. "Local merchants deny any raise in overall prices so far. but the demand will cause an adv;wice in the market in the future. AH report a heavy de mand. Many wnrkiner men are buy- T in advance for fear the present ovement will exhaust the merchants stocks, it was said. Factor." prices have been raising steadily evenu before the present rage. This is due, it is explained, to a scarcitv of denim and inability of the manufacturers to get material from the mills. OAKLAND NOTES. Notes rind personals from Oakland by France Joues. ToiepUoue Mr niul Mrs. rjenr Strobe! returned to their home In Prntt. Ivan.. Saturday from a visit to Mrs. StmbtM's ister, Mrs. ieor: Kppp and familv. WinnItl nvemie. Mrs. C II. Ban Us. Miss MiUlreU LtanKS and Mrs. II. S. Harris ivill leare Tnes'iay ro sppnd the MimniiT in Tneure. Calif. Mr. IfanKQ and Mr. Ilarrs who lert here mvr i week airo to make tne trin ovenanu imved In TuentB nftpr a ten and a half lays' trip. Mrs. It O. TTnukms nr esr Virginia n 'Lnvnwfil. t'tn'st avenue. Miss France t rifinna of fjiupsour. Kap.. ha -nm to visit her sr:;ndiare;irs. Dr. and Mt3. Char!os Krisin. Forest uve-an. Thp members of the "fiktand ' r- ' - will bold a sPH''iHl mt'fini; m the interests nt rile vnilll iZ pf'opit "i nit '"Hi iuiiii" y ;it r!TP home "f Mr;. "VV. C ronaMsni. Ke!. lam avenue. Tuesdav even in jr. Aprd Ail voiip; nofil interested in the work are invited to attend. Mr. lioorjp Allison has returned rrom ifhita where he went to spend the week end with his grnnd parent. Ml ami Mrs. tieorirt Elutson, and Mr. and Mrs. Uarnsou Hnt.on. Miss Wilraa Tjill. a student at Wash burn was the eint of Miss Franc Free man for a few days, who is visutinir her grandpa rents. Dr. and Mrs. George Ensign. The iie-ision of rue jutitres on t'le essays nf rite nnticTarct contrsr nhmirted hv diffemt (rrn(es of the Oakland school. iunim the psst four week?, wdl be mailt in two rveeks. Tl awards will h made ar a pnhllr enrerrainment bein-r plannet. The Ladle Aid "-tery of the I n island Methodist church wdt ine t Wednesday af ternoon ar the ennreh t e)er new officers. SANTA FE NOTES. One of the highest advertising ex perts in Xew York City stated in a letter that his wife had greatly re duced her wei;ht and improved her health, and if it were not for fear of undesirable notoriety she would gladly tell the whole world about its great blessings. For Tablets Arbolone haa proved itself a real blessing to thou sands of suffering fat people. L. M. Hansen. f317 Master St.4 Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "t have taken 3 pksrs. of Arbolone Tablets, which have reddced me 20 pounds and it is the best remedy I ever came across. I recommend to all who wish to reduce, etc." Arbolone Tablets is the only treat ments That stops the craving for. wronir fooda; overcomes perverted appetite, eliminates fatty elements and dis solves fat from the body safely, surely and reasonably prompt. One or two packag-es will convince anyone that Arbolone is a real reducer. Sold by thirty thousand druggists In sealed tubes with full directions. Adv. AuerbachGuettel i CaTTHNG CO. S Coprhebt 1918 Hart Schaffner Marx HllllIIIIIIIIIHf llllllItllllltllllllllllllllllllllTUlIlllllllilltElllillllllllllltl llllllllllllltllllllllllllllltilllllllllllllllllllf llilllllllllllllttlllit V IK WATCH THE COLOR OF YOUR SKIN Yellow Means You Need Calo tabs, the De-Nauseated Calo mel Tablet That 4s Purified From Nausea and Danger. Feel mean, look yellow? Tour liver is out of fix! The poisonous bile is bein? retained in your system. You need a good do.se of calomel for it is the only thing that will do the work. Why not try Caiotabs. the improved calomel tablet, that is as delightful to take as it is beneficial in cleansing the liver and purifying the sysetm? Caio tabs contain all of the valuable medici nal qualities of calomel but are Treed from the unpleasant and danirerous effects. One tablet at bedtime. wi;h a swallow of water thafs all. Xo taste. n o gr ip i ng. n o nasea . no. salts. Y ou wake up in the morning feeling fine. with a clean liver and a hearty appe tite. Eat whatever you please no danger. Caiotabs are sold only In original. sealed packages. Price thirty-five cents. The finest medicine in the world for biliousness., indigestion. headaches and constipation. So fine that your druggist is authorized to re fund the price as a guarantee that you will be thoroly delighted with Caio tabs. Adv. ) Noi and personals from Santa Fs by Frances Jou.es. Telephone Hv order of the national committee f the railroad division of the Yonns Men s Chris tian Airiation. the membership vanipaiiii has bn called snddetily tit a half, the reason bein trten us r'. railroad strik. in riw east. The cranipain will a gat a cm-meiu-e dniinc the iuoatlt of May. No bn onet will be held this eveninc. To date the wrkrt have seen red -WW members. The tied witt- is in the lead in the 'ontet." Anno;:nc7nent ha leen made of the an;r rae of Mis Mauetine JT. ?ino and Mr. Thomas P. Flynn on Momlav mmin at o"-iiM-k at the t'hnrch of the Asu id prion. The bride was asistei by Miss Katharine FT y mi . a sistp r of t he srromn . and H ' -z h F'ynn acred as ber man. Mr. and M-s. Flynn wli! tour southern Te-.-s and wj; 'ne at btne on their ntnra after Miiy L, at Til W--r Sixteenth street. Miss Emma Kragou of the freight audi tors department has been senoaslv ill for the pit ?t week. Mi ss Kracon under went sn operarion TUersday at the St. Francis hospUal. FOR PROMPT RELIEF From Headache, CoTds, Neuralgia, and PAINS Ask your Druggist for "ACCO GENUINE ASPIRIN" TABLETS (Trade-Mark Registered) They cannot lose strength, absorb impurities, or otherwise undergo the injurious changes that are almost inevitable when delicate medicinal tablets, are packed in ordinary tin, glass, or paper containers. They are made pure and stay pure no matter how long a period elapses between making and taking. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES! "ASPIRIN" is the registered Trade-mark .property of the Albany Chemical Company. "The Albany Chemical Company are manufacturers of " GENUINE (Trade-mark Registered) ASPIRIN" Tablets. Any statement to the contrary made by any other manufacturer is a misrepresent ation of truth. Be guided and guarded against such statements. GENUINE ASPIRIN kTRADE-MARK REGISTERED) is protected and PACKED AIRTIGHT, so that each tablet always give fall and correct medicinal value. ' (1 mmh far thm immndmtfal "Smmtm i mmd Mlmm Cannl Mada asd Guaranteed by the ALBANY CHEMICAL COMPANY, EmtabtithaJ IS SI) Albairr. New York M r 4. xvCv Auto I m Weather ILMSX E H Supplies VJly Rnarl I WEED AUTO CHAINS Li M 0 at New Reduced Prices Weed Chain Adjusters i 3 You wouldn't think of going- without a mat on your front 3 U . U . . . J . . Antra Vn. M,fn,nki''n aonina Tr. n same attention. We have Koko mats for the, inside and fc running- board, also the rubber scrapers. tj .ianwocd Rubber Plate for Running Board S1.60 M Kcko Mat. 20x28, for Ford Cars $30 j j Hose Wash Brush $20 3 H i . (2 Bas line Autowline" Sponges and Chamois p 1 .J'LtiOksmci.ec, i p , Delivery 1 I NOTICE! Better Workmanship Better Service On all Shoe Repairing under the new system just installed. All wrk quickly, neatly and thoroughly done - at the Lowest Possible Cost. 1 VOGEL RITE-WAY SHOE SHOP 917 Kansas Ave.