THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNALS WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1920
Commencing Tomorrow at 8:30 a. m., A
Sale of Spring Suits
Formerly $55 to $79.75
l " l-' Tricotine Gaberdine
A Spring Suit is an essential part of the
spring- wardrobe.' Tomorrow's sale enables
you to purchase a smart suit of superior
aualitv at a most sensible price.
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Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Mies Lucile Becker of
Meriden to Mr. William E. Dough
erty of Topeka. Miss Becker is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Becker. The wedding will take place
on May 4 in Meriden. .A good many
Topeka people will be guests.
Among the many invitations recent
ly received by Mrs. ' W. A. McCarter
is one to attend the Hepublican week
end for authors, artists and publicists
in Atlantic City, April 24 and 25. The
invitation is signed by a number of
names well known in the literary
world. Mrs. McCarter has also been
asked to visit Owosso, Mich., the third
of May and to go to New Mexico next
month. Mrs. McCarter has visited and
spoken in New Mexico and Michigan a
number of times.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pitts Sparks
of Kansas City have announced Ahe
engagement of their daughter. Emma
Mildred, to Mr. ueorge JSdward An
derson of Topeka. The wedding will
take place in June. Mr. Anderson is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James An
Last week end was the first time in
eighteen years Mrs. J. J. Fuller, 1617
Buchanan street, had her four sons
together in her home. Mr. O. Frank
Fuller of St. Louis. Mr. Fred C. Fuller
of Kansas City, Mr. A. S. i uller of
Torondo, Canada, and Mr. Raymond
Fuller of Topeka all spent the week
end with their mother. Mr. A. S.
Fuller was the last to leave and hei
started yesterday on his return to Can
Notes and Personals.
Mrs. Frank S. Thompson of 715 Fill
more street is in Humboldt. She will
Miss May Bailey of 517 W est street
will leave tomorrow for Chicago,
where she will spend a month witn
her sister, Mrs. Thomas Carlyle Wood,
and Mr. Wood.
Mrs. J. J. Palmer of Washington,
D. C, who is now visiting her parents
Ooodland. Kan., will come next
week for a. visit to Mrs. J. G. Logan
in McVicar avenue. Mrs. Palmer Is
remembered by Washburn people as
Miss Lois Murphy.
Mr: and Mrs. F. A. Derby have gone
to visit in Joplin and Chillicothe, Mo.
Mrs. R. M. Johnson has returned
from a short trip to Kansas City.
Mrs. P. C. Chamberlain will go to
Kansas City this week-end for a visit
to her son, Mr.-Sanford Chamberlain,
and Mrs. Chamberlain. Mr. Ernest
Chamberlain, who is in Fort Scott,
will also spend the week-end in Kan
Dean and Mrs. Henry Stearns ana
Miss Anna Cherchosky will go to Law
rence this evening to attend the Min
neapolis Symphony orchestra concert.
Mrs. H. C. Mulroy or Fonca City,
Okla., arrived this afternoon to visit
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Marburg.
Be a stockholder in Fepp s Coal
Savings Plan. Topeka Coal Co., Elks'
Building. Phone-482. Adv.
Mrs. A. Ferryman Dodge has re
turned home from Kansas City, where
she visited her daughter, May Belle,
for several days.
Mrs. Z. 'T. Hazen. who was called to
Colorado Springs by the illness of her
sister, Mrs. Roger Van Hook, has re
turned. Mrs. van Hook is better.
Mrs. S. S. Beggs will, return this
week from' Tork, Pa., where she has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. How
ard Cox, and Mr. Cox. Mr.- and Mrs.
Cox are the parents of a son, born re
Miss Doris Rosser left yesterday for
her home in Los Angeles after a visit
to Topeka rriends.
Mr. and Mri G.eoree Guild will
leave tomorrow for Pinehurst, N. C,
and New Orleans.
Mrs. J. Dent Townshend has re
turned to her home in Washington.
D. C after a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. X. Dolly.
Mrs. Halbert Terkielr of Xew Tork
City will arrive in Topeka tomorrow
for a vsit.
Dr. P. P. Womer and Mr. W." E.
Brchm will return the last of this
week from a speaking tour of western
Kansas. They were sent out bv the
international church campaign. '
Miss Lola McK.ee has accepted a po
sition in the Hays normal school and
will leave early in June to take up her
Mrs. W. E. Gibson and dauzhter
Jean are in Kansas City this week
visiting Mrs. Gibson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Wood.
Mrs. T. C. Heck has returned from
Grand Island. Neb., where she spent
the winter with her daughter. Mrs.
G. M. Green. Mrs. Green and her
daughter, Frances Katherine Green,
returned to Topeka with Mrs. Heck.
They will spend the summer here. .
Notes and personals from Oakland
lij JTrauce Jooea. Telepbou 3ooU.
There will be a meeting of tbe Oakland
Veterans-4-lub Monday evening May 3, at
the borne of Mr. and Mrs. tfumtfardner,
Win field avenue. Tbe next party will be
bekl at tbe borne of Comrade and Mrs.
Charles Banks, Tuesday evening, April 2V,
at their home, Keilam avenue.
Mrs. Charles Patzcll died suddenly
Wednesday morning at her bouse, 183 Chea
ter avenue, ho arrangements have been
made as yet for tbe funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lang have gone to
Hastings to make their borne for tbe next
few months. From there tliry expect to
go to Colorado.
Mr. Wiley GlanriUe, who bad been ill at
his borne, Arter avenue, for several weeks,
Is improving. Mr. Iavld Ulanvllle ar
rived from Chicago, where be has been
working for the past few months, to visit
bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oianvtlie.
Mrs. William Steeper. 295 Cheater-avenue,
has a visitor this week, ber sister, Misa
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Oakland, will
change their residence Monday to 123 Arter
SANTA FE NOTES.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Looking Backward in Society
Columns of The State Journal
April 21, 1900.
Mrs. A. P. Wilder, of Kansas City, is In
Topeka visiting ber daughter, Mrs. B. F.
Miss Edith Snyder has returned from a
visit In Clar Center and Ciiftm
Howel Jones, Jr., is in Cedar Point for
a lew aaya.
Mis. Clarence Bowman won the prize, a
bunch of American Beauty roses, at the
party given by Mrs. Fred Cole and Miss
Lucy Know.es Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Georoe W. Pnrfchnrwt and
daughter, Charlotte, will leave the last of
May lor ew lorfc to pend a year, and
if passage can be secured they expect to
spend part of the time in Europe.
Mr. and SSrs. John Chancy will spend
Sunday in Kansas City.
Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, of Kansas Citv in
spending a few days with Mrs. C. E. War-
Blackheads and Pimples
fJndar constant, esrefol work witb Aea
Crv&xn. Lou n and Medicated feoap at
knt, fallowing- tfaa qm oi tha
at stated interval. Even tha moat
obatinat condition will riald avantsallr.
XalamaUoa, mdriom asd booklet trim.
SSS Kansas Ave,
Notes and personals from Santa Fe
by Frances Jones. Telephone Co30.
The Ladies society of the B. of R. T. will
have their regular meeting, Thursday
arternoon at tne nan.
Mrs. Charles Bralller. of Albuaueraue. X.
Vfi., spent ' Monday here visiting Mrs.
Mary Norwood and family. Mrs. lira I tier
.eit Monday to visit ner parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. eorgp Furman, of Emporia.
William Norton, foreman of tbe drivinxr
dox gang,, ras neen on irom worx tne past
few days because of illness.
Mrs. Ktl Ash has returned to ber home
in Knnsas City after spending a few days
here visiting menus ana relatives.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents buys "Ianuerin." After
an application of "Danderine" you
can not find a fallen hair or any dan
druff, besides every hair shows new
life, vigor, brightness, more color and
t sure because it's
choice of house
insist on the best.
Contains only such ingredients
as have been officially approved
by the United States Food
Calumet Baking Powder is. the
biggest selling brand in the
world. It is absolutely whole
some always uniform.
AND MISCELLANEOUS APS T
ADVERTISING RITES: Xh rate for
iBsertiuc Want Ads in The Topeka Stt
Jouruai U 1 cent a word eacb iasertien;
minimum 10 centi'; by the week 5 ceota a
word minimum" M cents.
COUNT THE WORDS at your irluu
toff four words for State Journal address.
Wnen address U ased count eacb "Initial"
letter and eaclr number or combination at
Cgures as one wurd.
CLOS1NU HOUR: Want Ads to lo
classified iiroperly mast be tn Th Stat
Journal office before 12:30 o'clock. Waue
Ada received after 12:40 till 1:13 P- m. wilt
b Inserted ouder the bead: "Too Late to
OUT OP TOWN adTertlsements must bo
eccoooD&nled wltb casb or cneek In full
payment of the same. Note tbe foregoing:
Inatructions about counting tbo worts and
tne rat per worn cor la lopcta
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BARS of White
J Naphtha Soap '
3 CANS of Old
FOR TOMORROW ONLY
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
A. llopkina to M. It. Ratbbun. lot ,
S5K, S. H 5.1, Arter ave., J. V. Mor- '
ris' add $ 1460
H. Becker to A. M. Henderson, lots 40
to 64 Storey St., C. Cross' add 1.W0
J. R. Turner to J. A. Bottle, lots t7,
90 Western are.. O. T.3 add 3.000
E. K. Hell to R. J. Sage, lots 437, N.
V, 30 Rronka are., J. Norton's add 3.30ik
O. t. Pitney to O. A. Fiuney. pt. lota
218-20-2-4 West St., Home's 2nd
J. A. Bostle tn
G. Sohiefelbeln, pt.
lots 570 to 576 Clay at., lMwarus
J. i. Stevens tn R. E. Jonea. lot 367
Sth at. East. MetKker'a 2nd add..
E, R. SwevKey to A. E. Rawson, lot
12o Micblgan ave., Wentworth ald
H. Hohberg to T. Long, pt. R.S. 3...
F. Frelinghuysen to Mut Jenefit Life
Ins. Co., lots 201 to 207 Quincy at.
W. Meade to E. P. Chiddii, pt. aw.
H. nolibersr to P. l.onc. pt. Rs. ::. .
LOST AND rODXO.
LOST Saturday evening, purse containing
Santa Fe pay cbeck and annual pas,
bonds and bills. Finder return to 71fl
Madison at. for reward or pbone Blue 4058.
LOST Lady's black leather handbag near
eourt bouse, containing money and re
ceipts. Return to asaesaor's office, court
hoiiBe. Reward. '
LOST Black nocketbook with bills and
identification card. Finder phone 7A4.
Re w a rtl. .
LOST Farknge containing laci rest
Call Bed llHii.
LOST Lady's wrist watch Monday, fie.
ward. Phone K4ft.
BOY SCOUT free emplOTment bureau can
supply you with competent boy noiu.
CaM at 100 Kb t Slith at. or phone "44U.
VASfEIi Position as city salesman by
young married man, experienced. Phone
FARM BOY, 1 years old, wants Job en
farm. Write John Hodges, Meriden. Kan.,
or pnone o:'J.
Jobs of carpentering.
IF YOU ARE A H1STLER you reed no
experlen to make big money handling
exclusive sales rlghta on this new patented
I Chicago. '
SMALL Gas Customers in Ottawa, Kansas
those who use gas r only for cooking,
lighting, water heating and some inci
dental house heating paid an average of but
72 cents a thousand cubic feet for gas in
February and March. Ottawa has the Three
Part Rate. The old price there was 80 cents
a thousand cubic feet;
Eig-ht hundred customers, forty per cent of the total number in
the city, are classed as small users of gas.- Their average consump
tion in each month was 5,800 cubic feet. A Demand Guarantor of
3714 feet or 45 feet per hour capacity was installed on each meter.
The saving in money to each customer was much more than is in
dicated by the average price per thousand, because Ottawa custom
ers use gas far more advantageously than those in other cities. Ot
tawa gas appliances have been brought to their highest possible
efficiency by raising burners, adjusting orifices and lowering pres-
Just another link in the strong chain of evidence for the Three
KANSAS NATURAL GAS COMPANY.
Bead for Three Part Kate BMklrt. A
Mt car4 ta (IS Camaserea B. tiding.
Kaaaaa City.' Mlaaaarl. artags it.
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