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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL-THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1920
5 s Sale of Reclaimed U. S. Army Goods 122 East Fourth St. TOPEKA, KANSAS All goods in the way of clothing have been thor oly washed and steril ized and are germ free. Shirts. PeV.aki Cotton fl.lW Ii-pochfl, Cotton Si.Ort CncieMhirta and Drawars. wool ami Cmci lined, per ar- men: so,; w'r.iiershirta ami Drawers, Cot ton, per garment 'nonafls . "l.irs Hats Rsblockeii r dps. j?ood heavy duck line! Slicker. Fiah bran! lLin Co'it Canvas Folding Cots I UTOOrl ) . Pillow, eacfi Auto (launclet Oiovps, t tinker , G irhaze or Ash Can. Urste Tn gallon square rani rover. 5004J foe many ..Vo .1 !.. -SI.OO .si. 50 .1.0O . M.OO . IKK) . s.vo .111 S3.00 with NOTE In a few days we will have Army Wagons here in good condition. Will hold .about 3 tons. Prices will 'range from $60 to $100. H. H. Everything Co. J The next time you buy calomel ask for The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. Money bark without quesCaat 1 HUNT S S-U-e fails m tJw TwrmntrfITCH. SCZZMA. KING WORM. TSTTER or ether i tcbins tktn dtseasea. Try J cent box at our rrsjc Dmj Co.. A. C. li-'iiiiinaa Jfc maa 4 Hoover. Campbell Co K.iinsa.- S?- I I C77T UAXZWbU hoop' skirts were worn by those who first asked the druggist, and iasLitec on having the genuine Golden Medical Discovery put op by Dr. Pierce over fifty years ago.' Dress haa changed very much since then! But Dr. -Pierce's medicines contain the same dependable ingredients. They are standard today just as they were fifty years ago and fever contained akehoL Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the stomach and b-Ioxl cannot be surpassed by any remedy today. Every spring most people feel "all out cf sorts" their vitality is at a low ebb the blood be comes surcharged with poisons! The best spring medicine and tonic is called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It puts vim, vigor, vitality into the blood. Tryit. This is what folks say about it: Mapletov, Kass. "I hare been using Dr. Pierce's medicines for over thirtv years and can truly gay they are the best medicines I tare ever used. A bone thirty years ago,I had sick-headache so bad that half of my time I was trnahie to do anything. A neighbor advised me Co take Ir. Pieree's Golden MecScsi Discovery. I tool six boaties and have never been troubled with sickebeadoche since." Mrs. H. C. H cents. CarLLicoTHE, Mo. ' For four years I had pains in my back and in the back ef my head. I was ail run-down and neTvotM. Was practically in bed for a year. My mother advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery so I tool it and was aelped almost at one. I orrty toot three bottles of it and cava been better ever since that time." its. G. D. SLiZPLE, 431 East First Scree. TO PUNISH REED ' Xissoari : Democratic Cbavea tion After Anti-Wflsoa Senator. Is Candidate for Place Frisco Delegation on the DEXOUKCE INDUSTRIAL COURT Governor Gardner Makes Key note Address Front Chair. Urges National Act : Giving Bona to Soldiers.- Joplin, Mo-. April --. United States Senator James II. Reed promised to be the storm center o the Missouri Dem ocratic state convention which today is to name thirty -ix delegates to the na tional convention, at San Francisco. .rteed w candidate for delegate at i ftn keynote address at the Democratic state convention here this morning. He is temporary chairman. Governor Gardner indorsed the national admin istration, made an extensive plea for the adoption ol the peace treaty asd the eTjMt of the LeMu of Nations without substantial alteration, de clared for a small army and opposition to universal military training, and ex tolled the record of the Demoerati:: state administration, in Missouri He suggested that the' Democratic national convention at San Francisco take the following action: Wants Wilson Endorsed. "That the administration of Wood row Wilson be heartily endorsed, in cluding; his services as commander bi chief of the array and navy during- the war. ThafXJie League of Nations b en dorsed, no objecting to any reasonable interpretation or reservation, but op posing; a reservation tthe Lodgre reser vation to Article 19 that destroys the very keynote of the covenant. "That we outline our promise for the rehabilitation of the nation's financial and fiscal affairs." In the latter connection the gov ernor urged a comprehensive survey of all government departments with a view to eliminating waste, the estab lishment of a budget system similar to that In use by state governments, the aoouuon or the excess profits tax. large. But because of his bitter fight against President Wilson s League of "inV: T.J " ?JI , Nations, administration Democrats are "'iil x J1""10"- ' designed he shall not go to determined that Ssan Framcisco. They desire to defeat him. a renins the party would be em bamswd by se lection of an ana-leauer as dele&ate to a. convention expected to endorse President Wilson's stand on the treaty and covenant. Wool Punish Reed. Besides hie league fiht. Reed has had several clashes with the adminis tration and Wilson supporters are anx iou9 to 'punish" him Deiegaees to the national conven tion probably will not be instructed. It is possible the prohibition ques tion may be thrown into tiie conven uon. Gov. Frederick D. Gardner delivered WJ. ' .is'Jit'-slia. I Tahrnf imn bsx to the ?fr- - jf . Vj I jtnalatendanl.toauJceCliriats jj C'iu pranlMes SB unprUiss jr . " I in the lcwU uctma at loc!- s1l i! ty. and to tosch men to thin vfe wjr m tree and live trae isthe sue t ' - tak to wbidi the church is J J - called. 3r Good Old Fashioned Faith -That's What The World Needs Most WTe AT is the cure for the world's present troubles for un rest and envy and covetousness and fear? Legislation ? Industrial compromises ? Political readjustments ? We've tried them all, and they do not satisfy. We're hungry and thirsty for Faith. "The world needs a genuine religious revival," cabled the Lon don financial editor of the New York Evening Post recently. And he added: "This is the view of hard-headed business men." What business men are now proclaiming the churches have always proclaimed. You must touch the spirits of men if you are to change their lives : only to the extent of their faith in each other can they work together. All remedies are makeshifts ex cept the Golden Rule. Thirty denominations, knowing the need to be too great for any one denomination to meet alone, are cooperating in a nation wide campaign. It is a campaign for deepening- the spiritual forces of men ; for enlisting their hearts, and their pocket-books too. And every man and woman who loves America will be glad of a chance to help. For the hope of America is Democracy and the Founder of Democracy was the Founder of the Church. It was He who first called men sons of God, and so made all men brothers. Not as employers and employees, not as members of parties or sects, but as sons of God and brothers all let us work out our problems together. "To strengthen the Church is our first great task; out of the Church flows Faith. The Tnly rml and tt manent solution of fhe rem more acute t&tui eer nace the end of the World Wr m tli aaplicstiea ef tiic oieifc B.uie. Jonptro Daiwrju Seermtorw of Usi .Yavy tl. United Financial Casapaiga AprfT 22th to May 2nd 1 v :4e 7 lmnk The spirttul de ef tao'i astve has brn tm much aectctei. asui we. need a Bvr birth of nrheetHas. em tftat wilt restore tft true rsA lation between. pintiaj mbA atata eruki tiitwsfm. VP. It Witjiw, Secretary of La Mr fir oar vwn mkr for ovr child rm s smiies. far Che nstitm m let as aoMAeaniM sec betum. tn S eharchessMMl tlieirprescnerst Lee e fmra tius vei-y w p tzteta more time, money mad tomngrit, for anna them the vaiaeef al wm tmm uutiaaateiT tjepeadal Ba RCHURCH Vvorld Move: qfidforth fJmerica Tisi pnbiiemtiam f tnis J si h" jeaieiif is mada pomnrbfm through tftsi cooper ah on o thirty dmaaaaatiaam ment to bring the various issues of liberty norms to as nearly a similar and a par basis as the general economic situation may permit; extending the financial burden of the war over a long period. Denounces Industrial Court. The establishment of industrial courts was denounced by the governor. "Aa industrial court," he said, "means practically compulsory arbi tration and that is unfair and un American. The Democratic party should promise to set up machinery for the mediation and adjustment of disputes." Compensation for former service men. either in the form of land giants, loans or cash bonus, should be pro vided. Governor Gardner declared. He also advocated "a thora solution of the transportation question." a pledge to develop the water power of the nation, keep the -tariff out of politics and set tle it upon economic considerations, encourage education and provide a small army without universal training. Democracy, the governor said, should stand for "Americanism as exempli fied by the lives of Washington. Jef ferson. Lincoln. Roosevelt and Wilson." Rrcd Wins First Round. . Reed supporters made their first move when the Fifth congressional dis trict caucus elected tHese delegates: Senator James A. Reed. Joseph E. Shannon. Their "selection is subject to ap proval, by the convention. And it is on this approval that the fight will brealc. ea the convention floor. Applause, greeted Reed's nomination. CALLS OVERALL IDEA A FAD. R. R- Baer Protest Against Move ment asHardship on working; Man. Declaring that the organization of overall clubs by prof essional-and busi ness men who will discard the overalls as soon as the fad haa gone out. is working a hardship against working men who have to wear them. R. R. Baer of the Topeka Packing company has voiced a protest against the move ment. v - . . There are other business men. how ever; who believe the man on a nn y comes nearer being in the class which can afford nothing but overalls than the working man who is unionised so they are able to draw unprecedented wages. Baer's protest is as follows: Tnpeka Daily State Journal, Topeka. Kansas. I want to enter my protest against form in? elQbs of bnslness and professional men to wear veralls who can afford the higher priced clothing. It Is unfair to the working man who mast buy overalls for hi daily work and wtil only work a hanisblp on him- Jt will also be a waate of both money and material tor the iMHlnen and pro fessiooal men will only wear overalls until tnrh time as the fad and the new U worn off then east them anide whereas the work ing man will wear them from necessity nncil worn out. The baying f everaiis. by the business men. will mean an ad raai-r la price whirs will take tome time to get bark to normal and will only make the men. that must wear them, pay mere for them than they are worth. Is the end. we have nor-raised anything bst have wasted material and worked a barhti on the working man. Let ns use a little judgement and common sense tn such mat ters. K. R. BAER. F.RJCKSOV HEADS BLUE TEAM. Vetera ii Basket Ball Player Named Captain, of 1951 Quintet. Charles D. Ertcksos) was- unani mously elected captain of the Wash burn college basket ball team Wed nesday night, when the team was en tertained at the home of Coach Bearg 1811 Huntoon street. The only letter man not present at the party was Randall Sharp, captain of tnis year's team who was killed in a motor car accident west of Silver Lake a week ago. Eriekson is from Virgil. Kan. He has had three years' experience as a basket ball player. Sport -srriters have mentioned him as a possibility for all-state guard material. He has only one more year in school. The guests at Coach Bearg's party included Charles D. Erickson. Arthur Erickson. Don "Swede" Lindell. Wil liam Joerg. Harold Toort. Marvin Stevens. Theodore Levins and Dwight Ream. SHOT E3TDS THEIR KOMA.NCE. W tie Sues for Marriage Annulment Soldier Husband Kills Her. Oklahoma City. April 23. In the little red school house m which they first met. Calvin Soles brought to an end the war romance which started in December. 1917. wh le Soles was a sol der in Fort Sill. Mrs. Soles claimed at the trial that she found there was an other woman living in Pennsylvania when she made claims for Soies's al lotment. Soles'a mother, in an affi davit, also stated that Soles had been married in Pennsylvania. His home, according la the-ttiarrlage license, was Pittsburgh. Pa. W!rnees aZ yesterday's tragedy said Soles appeared at the school house in which his former wife was a teacher. caUed her from the building and shot her. XEGRO BELL HOPS FASTEDIOCS. Shirts, Cow few to Stealing Fnvr silk Talae $. at Hotel. William Bean. IT. and William Bradshaw, Jr.. 1. negro bell boys at the National hotel. Wednesday night confessed they had stolen four siik shirts, valued at $0. from the room as: G. H. Southw-tck. an aviator for the Kansas Curuaa Airpisvns company, ac cording to officeES. Five negroes and one white man were arrested in cocnection with the. thefts which occurred Wednesday, but all were released after ins; estimation except Bradshaw aad Beam. Police think they may have discovered ehe source of the theft of jewelry at the hoteL Friday Economy Get In on These yery Spe cial Bargains Friday! V0 Men's &YoungMen's 1 X I. V AT -e-ir-, - - y i pit If I iff very fine suits arc being offered here Fri day at $43. They are the - kind of clothes that you v will appre ciate at this price, made of pure all wool, silk mixed worsteds, blue serges, unfinished worsteds and fancy cassimeres, cat in the newest men's and young" men's models. They are $50 &iu-5o suits, until sold, we of fer, choice of all sizes, at $45 Subway Trouser Sale For the man who wants a pair of trousers to piece out the old suit until he buys his Palm Beach, we advise you to take advantage ef this offer of special values, in men's and young men's trou.-ers In worsteds, cbevlots, and cassimeres in all sues. Friday, choice, at. . $5 Brok n $1.45 Mn s Sitt and S-l 0 Weight Inion !uita lots to cloae Friday, "Subjaray" Women's 73c and Sl.tM) Silk Hosier-j Mostly whites. f ft Special Friday DUC Silk 'tLww All broken lots. 7 5c and $l.t!t quality.. CI Ai Special Frldajr, 3 ties for V 1 .VV Boys' Fine Suits $15, $17.50, $20 kinds go Friday at$l 1.75 Men's and Young Men's Raia Coats Feather weight and belter styles. Special Friday in Subway Men's Sl.lrt Blue Cham bray shirt 1' ull cut and well made: all sizes- Friday ' Subway" price . . Men's 33c Blaek Belbrtsnraa S Hoee Special Friday, 7 pairs for $5.00 r ham bray ell mad; $1.15 rtsnraa S $1.00 WE NEED not urge economical par ents, to take advantage of this offer. The fabrics, the makes, the styles will surprise you. They sre the very newest. These are odd lots from higher priced lines. CI 1 only while they last, will we sell at. vlUj BoyV Blouses, fast colors, newest style pattern, ail sizes, to 15 years, 11.: 5 kind for CI f A Friday JI.UU Boys Cape, new one-piece shape in plain greens, .browns, blue and gray, ,175 kind. C Fft Special for Friday liOw Boys' Atliletke fnlnn Suits; sixes 24 to 34," buy his summer needs' Friday. Boys knkken. ages S to 17 years: some full Uned; neat dark patterns, for Friday Boys' Shirts sixes II to 14i: best makes, neat patterns; $1.30 values, for Fri- 15 Little Tots Rrmners. SI. 13. $1.30 kinds, new spri models in light and dark colors for Fri- Q C day S 7JC Auerbach & Guette! 95c l r ff L TV X,f CJ CUJTHiG CCL Banish Shabbiness with Enamel Wear and use is continually causing- shabbiness fa your hom. It may be a stained and discolored manU, a soiled drr. a caipped and scratched bedatead or woodwork on which the finish has become marred and worn. Make theae shah y surfaces attractive and invitins; by usins; ' ACME QUALITY 1 ENAMELS They - prod ice genuine enameled finishes. Suitable alike foV parlor or bed chamber, where -they give a dainty attractive tone to the room: or the kitchen where they form smooth, hard sur faces that only need aa occasional wiping with a damp cloth M keep free from sxnoke snt dirt. Call at our store and let us how you how you can secure genuine enamel finishes on yeur pantrv and co6oard shelves or r frigerator. kitchen cabinet, chairs, dressers, woodwork or any surface about yonr home. Out Home TVeorating booklet or Arine Quality Paining Guide Book gives a tot of useful information abase paints sad finishes. It's free. Acme Quality Paints and Finishes may be secured In Topeka from the following dealers: J. B. Whelaa a C TtT! East 4th Waddle a Bettinser 234 Lln--ln t Si'rOeery-Dudiey Lumber fn 319 Jarkaon St. H. BreiTensteia Hardware Cu. ... . . " Kiasm Ave. . H. Ensics Drug Birore ........ "rfH Forest Ave. 1. Edelbiute Irrag Store West Sr. . Millers Phavuiaey.. 4'Ji West to Sf. Joslls a Pharmaey WW West 12th C , N. V. KHrn Drug Sfore 1'C'S, Kansas Ave. ' A. C. Kllnzamaa a Co lU Ease Stk He Acme Quality Paint Store Distributors " f2t Kansas Ave. Phone 447. For Quick Returns Try a Journal Want Ad.