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THE. TOPEKA DAILY STATfi JOURNAL THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 22; 1920
9 I. J TO RAISE BUNHIES Breeders' Claim Babbit&VlYill - Outrank Chickens Soon. r Topeka Pet Stock Praised- Prizes Are Announced. Heed Storms of Kansas City, judge of exhibits at the annual pet stock show being" held this week at 609 North Kansas avenue, paid & high compliment to breeders of fancy pet stock in Topeka. He asserted that as Ions as Topekapens are kept up to their present high standard Canciers will not need to send to California for breeding stock. He asserted that the local stock is superior in every way to that of California. The exhibitors report many sales, and the interest in the show is increas ing1. Admission is free and visitors are welcomed. The breeders claim that the raising of rabbits for profit in a few years will outrank chicken raising. The short time required to put the business on a paying bists, the low cost of production and the small space re , quired will alt tend to bring this about. Beside the food value of the rabbit, the fur .1s used in the manufacture of felt hats, etc., and for fur trimming and fur sets. The rabbit meat is su perior to that of chicken and it is pre dicted that rabbit raising will be taken up as a side line and for food for home consumption in the near future. The majority of first prizes were awarded to W. B. and J. A. Wolfe of Topeka for rabbits. J. F. Petrick of Topeka was given first prizes for cavies. while J. K. Innis of Kansas City, Mo., came next. Hmt of I rise Award. The following official list of prizes were announced today : sppoial awnrd for Mjr2P.t display of raMiitH, W. It. Wolfe. To)okn. SpeWnl nivnM for blggKt display of cavies, J. r. Vet rick, Jr.. i'npcka. Special a word for beat 'Mttplay of rab bits, W. 11. Wolfe. Next to best display, W. A. Spilth. Tnpckn. Third to beat dis play, 4. A. Wolff. Topeka. Special award ou best display of cavics, J. K I'etrkk, Jr. r.eat display of cavies of one variety, won ou reil. J. F. IVtrick, Jr. Itest diHi'lny of Flemish, giants, K. S. Humphrey. Tnpckn. ItcMt displny of Ktifua Ited Belgians, J. A. Wolfe. Kest display of New Zealand Reds, W. ! K. Wolfe. lUt ilp and litter, anv variety, award rd to New Zealand iteds, W. B. Wolfe. Next best doe and litter awnrded to Kufus ; Bed BelRlHii. J. A. Wolfe. Third best doe and litter, awarded to New Zealand ; Iteda, W. It. Wolfe. Special award to best buck in show to ; baby New Zealand Bed. W. B. Wolfe. Spe ' fin I award next to best buck in show to Nteel fc-rny Flemish (riant senior buck, Dr. I:. S. Iloalamt, Hutchinson. Kan. j Special annnl best doe in show to New ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE Name "Bayer", is on Genuine Aspirin say Bayer Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" in a "Kuyer package, " containing proper directions for Headache, Colds, Fain, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheu matism, Name "Bayer" means genu ine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of 'Monoaceticacidester of Salicylic acid. DR. BURKHAR7 Wants yen to -write him today for a treatment of Dr. Burkhart'a Vegetable Compound. Pay for same -when cured of Liver, Kidney. Stomach Trouble. Consti pation, Catarrh. Rheumatism. Don't miss this grandest of remedies and wonderful Preventative for Grip, Flu. Address 21 Iain St., Cincinnati, O. For sala at ell Drue Stores, 30-day treatment 25c Adv. SBecome Slender fx Reduce your weight 10 to AO lh.( or 1 more, under Mnt iT'A KANTKK by until OU, OF KOREIN', following enny ilt re t ions. Sold by Arnold Drug o., TuHy-MrFarland I'rng Co., Geo. W. Stan afield, A. C Klingaman & Co., Rowley lruff Co., Chesterfield Phar macy. AM hilar druffsUta Try where aell OTI, OF KOREIN. Booklet mailed free by K ore In Co., V-301 a tat I on F, w 1 ork. BronchialTroublea Soothe the irritation and you relieve hs distress. Do both quickly and effectively by using promptly dependable remedy lPflS'S Pure Unseed Oil and White I.cal are nacd In Cook's Permanent Cottage- Paint. Sold by A. M. retro & Son 830 X. Kansas Ave. GLASSES? DR. EMERY Eye Specialist Over Krcsgc's 10c store -r Fresh Bulk SEEDS The Best Obtainable. ' Our Prices are the Lowest. Witchey & Co. 517 Quincy, Topeka m Walaiis'teft- lor.r.w.'A fjmtth- Kent--best doe in show to baby .New Zealaml reu, w . u. noire. Special award best baby rabbit in show to New Zealand red buck. W. B. Wolfe. Special (ard next best babjr rabbit to New Zealand red doe, W. It.- Wolfe. Best Belgian in show, to senior buck, J.. A. Wolfe. ' - , Best New Zealand Ted in shew, to enior doe, W. A. Smith. Best Flemish slant in show, to senior steel uray buck, Dr. R. S. HoaglaDd, Hutchinson, Kan. Best Junior Belgian in show, to doc. W. B. Wolfe. Best iuulor New Zealsnd red in show, to buck. Mrs. F. M. Sheltou, Topeka, Knn. Best Junior Flemish Klant, to steel gray buck, Paul l'. Scheer, Topeka. Kan. . New Zealand Reds. 'Seaior bucks First, W. A. Smith.-'Topeka; -second, Tt. A. Stewart, Tonrka ; third, W. B. Wolfe, Topeka. Senior does First, W. A. Smith. To peka; seoond, M. Van tirundy, Topeka: third. W. B. Wolfe. Topeka. Junior bucks First, Mrs. F. M. Shelton, Topeka; second. B. Herrlntrton, Topeka; tht:d, C. B. HerrinBton, Topeka. Junior does First. Homer Anderson, Topeka: second, W. B. Wolfe; third. Mrs. F. M. Shelton. Babv bucks First, W. B. Wolfe; sec ond. K. Prather, olathe, Kan.; third, Y . A. Smith. Baby does First. W. It. Wolfe; second, W. A. Smith: third. W. A. Smith. Doe and litter First. W. H. Wolfe; sec ond, W. B. Wolfe; third, Mrs. F. M. Shel ton. Rnfus Red 'Belgians. Senior bucks First, J. A. Wolfe: sec ond. It. A. Stewart: third. Henry Nedean, Topeka. Senior does First. J. A. Slelien. Topeka; second. W. B. Wolfe; third, .1. A. Slchcu. Junior bucks First. J. A. Wolfe. Junior doe First. W. B. Wolfe; second,, f. A. none; miru, i. , " ui. bucks First. J. A. Wolfe; second, J. A. Wolfe. Baby doe First. J. A. Wolfe; second, J. A. Wolfe: third, W. B. Wolfe. Does and litters First, J. A. Wolfe: sec ond. It. II. Stewart; third, tiuy Wellman, Topeka. Flemish Giants. Senior bucks First, steel gray back. Dr. It. S. Hosgiand; first black buck. Paul Scheer. Senior does First gray, Waldo Snuff. rieTna, Kan.: second gray, Paul Scheer. First steel gray junior doe. Tanl Scheer. Itoby bucks First steel gray, E. S. Humphrey: second. E. S. Humphrey; third K. S. Humphrey. First black. J. A. Wolfe;, first gray. Mrs. F. M. Shelton. Baby does First steel gray, K. S. Hum phrey: second, steel gray. F.. S. Humphrey. Checkered Giants First senior buck, T. It. Tlbbltrs. White Angora First doe and litter, It. E. Nciswendcr, Tojieka. Carle.. Best boar in show. J. I.. Inncs, ' Kansas Citv, Mo.; second best .boar. J. I.. Inncs; best sow in show, J. F. Fotrlk, Jr. English. CaTlea. Black senior boars J. L. Innes. Kansas City. Mo., first and second. Black senior sows J. F. l'etrlk. Jr., first and second. Bed senior bonrs First, J. L. Innes; sec ond and third. J. F. Tetrik. Jr. Bed senior sows First and second. J. F. I'e trik, Jr. Bed Junior boars First, second and third, J. F. Petrik, Jr. Bed Junior sows First, second and third. J. F. Pe trik, Jr. White senior boar J. L. Innes. first. Gol-len Aganti First boar and first sow, J. L. Innes. Silver Aganti First boar nnd first sow, J. L. Innes. Tortoise and whites Junior sow, -first, J. F. Pe trik, Jr. Abyssinian Cavlea. Tortoise senior boar First. J. Tj. Innes. Tortoise nnd white, first, J. L. Innes. THIRTY-FIFTH SHOW SUNDAY Motion Pictures of IMvision Will Be Displayed at Crphcum. The motion pictures of the Thirty fifth division will be shown at the Or pheum theater Sunday afternoon, starting at 1 o'clock and running until all those desiring to see them have had the opportunity. The show will be free; the war de partment does not permit any charge for display of the films. Use of the Orpheum theater was donated by G. L. Hooper, manager. This will be the first showing of the pictures of the Thirty-fifth, the Missouri-Kansas division, in the United States. They were sent by the war de partment to Capt. Peter J. Hennessey, senior instructor inspector stationed at Topeka,. Most of the scenes are laid in the Sommedieue sector. They show maps and photographs of the front that were kept secret during the war for military reasons. The film contains five reels. WANT TO BUILD NEW TRACK. Rock Island Asks City Grant Right or Way In River District. Elmer F. Strain, division freight agent of the Rock Island railroad, to day submitted an ordinance drawn by the company's attorney, to the city commission granting the road right of way for a new connecting spur along Crane street. The proposed single track would be built from Kansas avenue west along Crane street to the west line of Van Buren street, thence northwest and across Harrison street to connect with the present Rock Island track. known as the Topeka Sand company track. As laid out by the company's engi neer, the track would cut "off he southwest portion of City park. Strain said the industries along the river district desire the improvement. He further asserted the Rock Island would be willing to let the Santa Fe and other roads usa the track, unde. arrangements similar to those nov existing between the roads for the uss of various spurs. Tho proposed ordinance was tu-ric l over to the city attorney and cagineor for investigation. OAKLAND NOTES. Notes nnd personals from Oakland by Frances Jones. Telephone USoU. The Friendship club will be entertained t an all-day meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. William mover, .132 Arter avenue Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith will bare as J guest the hitter part ot the week. Mr. Smith s sister, Mrs. Thomas Kyle, of Kan sas City. Mo. Mrs. Kyle is now visiting her mother, Mrs. Smith, at Emporia, and enroute home will stop bete. Mrs. Itaymond Boltinghouse, who has been 111 a short time at her home, 410 Green street is slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Marriner of St. Joseph, Mo., are visiting Mr. and Mrs G. B. Black, 315 Strait street. The Rev, anil Mrs. s. It. Paok and their little son. Junior, have arrived from Saf fordvllle and are now making their home st the Oakland Methodist parsonage sn jr Mrs. Hanson. Wabash avenne. Is rlsl- iuk urt Bimtr, Mrs. rrani natter, ana Mr. Baker and their daughter, Miss Doris Jones, In Los Angeles, Cal. SANTA FE NOTES. Notes and personals from Santa Fe by Frances Jones. Telephone 3530. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bostic have changed their residence to 1625 Western avenue. Mrs. c. 1. Webb and sister, Mrs. A. F. snider, are Visiting an aunt at Council tirove. Kan., this week. Herb McN'eelejr of the machine shops has been absent from his work the past three weeks suffering with a severe case f asthma. Mrs. - William Davis and' daughters Marguerite and Thelma. have come from California to make their home here. At present they are with Mrs. laTls" sister, Mrs. Claude Marling,- and Mr. Marling, lH Harrison street. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Metzger and family are visiting In Los Angeles. Cal. Jess Lewis has gone to Albuquerque. N. M.. where he has accepted the position of genernl foreman of the boiler shops. Mr. Lewis was a foreman in the Topaka boiler ahopa. TURK HAS TRUMP Allies Find Enforcement of : Drastic Treaty Costly. ? Would Take Army of 120,000 to Subject Alustapba Kcmal. San Remo. April. 22. The third day of the .conference of allied premiers was completed .last, night and appar ently little had beeii accomplished. So far, the premiers.' have spent practically all their time discussing the Turkish question. Ths official state ment tonight said: "The conference this afternoon re sumed discussion of the clauses of the Turkish treaty. It heard naval and military experts on technical points and examined 'certain territorial ques tions'." Adriatic Is Postponed. Settlement of the Adriatic question, which Italians had hoped would be effected during the present confer ence, apparently has been postponed to the May meeting in Paris. ' .' The Jugo-Slav delegation, which ar rived here from Paris today, tienieda report that M. Radovitch. the Jugo slav conferee in. the recent It:iltan-Jugo-Slav- negotiations was coming to San Itemo from Belgrade. Premier Nitti of Italy, however, probably will inform the conference of the results of the recent negotiations and read the memorandum brought by Adriatic cities' representatives, urging for "eco nomic, sentimental and military rea sons," that integral execution of the pact of London would be wholly de sirable to them. These cities include Sebenica, Zara and Spadato. Turkish Problem Knotty. The Turkish question. it was learned, was proving more knotty than the premiers had anticipated. At yes terday's meeting of military experts. -it was agreed that for many years a min imum of 120.000 men would be re quired to hold the valley of the River Meander, if that district was taken over by the allies, and to protect Smyrna. Duty of providing these men would fall upon Greece and it was considered doubtful whether the little nation could sustain so costly an effort. In Anatolia and Cllicia, the experts agreed. Mustapha Kemal could be brought to terms only by sending a large inter-allied force to execute the treaty and disarm the population, but nobody seemed willing to contribute the troops and stand the large expense which the expedition would entail. GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED 4 Montana Miners Teclare Shoot! Bone by Owners Guards. Butte, Mont., April 22. A general strike thruout the state of Montana was brewing today following the strike clash near the Neversweat mine late yesterday in which fourteen men were seriously wounded. Telegrams calling on workers i to strike have teen sent broadcast thru out , Montana and favorable replies were coming in today, according to la bor leaders. About twenty men were wounded, at least three fatally in the clash last night, it was reported. . At an indignation meeting fast night, called by miners and craftsmen. it was charged the shooting was done by paid deputies or, the company, Strikers who had been on picket duty denied nring a, snot. instead, tney claimed they ran when shooting be gan. A report here today said the body of a man killed during the shooting was found this morning. That could not be confirmed. CARRANZAS ASKING PEACE Obregon Party tcclares Mexican Chief Sends R eprcsenta ti yes to Sonora. "Washington, April 22. President Carranza is now atempting to make peace with the Sonora revolutionary forces, according to general Alvarado, representative here of the Obregon revolution. j Ignacio Pesqueira and Robert Pes queira, representing the Carranza gov ernment, passed thrij San An tort io yes terday en route from Mexico City to the Sonora border, where they will try to open a peace conference with Governor de La Huerta, Alvarado said today. At Nogales, Ariz., the two men will he ioined bv Gustavo EsDinosa Mireles. pformer private secretary to Carranza and now governor of the stato. of Coa huila. It was saAd, and the three will form a peace commission, acting under the instructions L,n:r, Cabrera, min- BAD COUGH; NIGHT SWEATS; LOST WEIGHT Mr. Coleman thought his time had come. But he a well now.-- "I was taken with a dry. hard cough about 6 months ago. Finally I got so sore across the chest I could hardly breathe: had night sweats so bad ev thing would be wringing wet, and coughed continually until I thought it -would kill me. Had no appetite, spent over $100 on doctors and medi cines, and was worse off than when I started. "The first bottle of Milks Emulsion did me more good than all the $100 spent for other treatment. It soon gave me a good appetite, my cough left me, and I have regained the flesh and strength I had before I was sick." Arthur Coleman, Box 391, Helena, Ark. ' You need an appetite, a good stom ach, and some real strength if you want io fight off disease. Give Milks Emulsion a trial at its maker's risk. Milks Emulsion is a pleasant, nutri tive food and a corrective medicine It restores healthy, natural bowel ac tion, doing away with all need of pills and physics. It promotes appetite and quickly puts the digestive organs In shape to assimilate food. As a builder of flesh and strength. Milks Emulsion is strongly recommended to those whom sickness has weakened, and is a powerful aid in resisting and repairing the effects of wasting dis eases. Chronic stomach trouble and constipation are promptly relieved usually in one day. This is the only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that It is eaten with a spoon like ice cream. No matter how severe your case, you are urged to try Milks Emulsion under this guarantee Take six bot tles home with you, use it according to directions and if not satisfied with the results.- your money will be promptly refunded. Price 0c and $1.20 per bottle. The Milks Emul sion Co.. Terre Haute, Ind. Sold by druggists everywhere. Adv. North Topekq News Iim for thU column mny bs left at Ptr's dray sfre ff telphn Elner Klmtmll. fter dock. Otar aomr. &5S. , The North Side churches will annotnt 1 ascertain the number of children of Stin- iay Bt-liooi aire Id the ill strict, in the Id--1 terest of the international Sunday school movement. A booth from which Sunday school lit erature will be distributed will be erected on Kansas avenue in front of the 'amp- neii urug store, j-.acn cnurcn win nave representatives in the booths, next week, when the movement is to be started. Mrs. Harold Unde. Mrs. Kalvb (am obeli nnd Mrs. len iietter are on the booth commit tee. The literature distributed will - be from the national board and will illus trate the methods lined by the different churches in their Sunday schools J otes and Personals. I. T. Peyton Is here from Wichita visit ing friends and relatives on the North side. A. M. Petro & Son. Druggists. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Snediker and Mrs. C. T. Robinson have gone to St. Lonis on busi ness connected with fee Austin-Snediker store. S. R. Dexter, undertaker. Lady as-' sistant, S23 Kansas ave. Adv. ; ; T0s JAME PEACK RESOLVTIOX. Democrats Declare G. O. P. Move Will . Xcvcr Pass In Present Form. I Washington, April 22. President Wilson has-been informed by advisers that the Republican peace resolution will never be laid before him in any thing approaching its original form, it was asserted at the White House to day. Democratic congressmen and ad ministration officials are convinced the resolution either will be delayed in definitely, defeated in the senate or so changed as to make it practically only a. repealer of wartime legislation. kT"fc- DELICIOUS' JN Use More Milk and Milk Products Nature urges you to eat more dairy products, the natural? concentrated- foods such as milk, butter, cheese and ice cream.1 They nourish. Each contains the food elements every active body craves. Each is palatable and digestible. ": . Program for. Friday, 'Vpril 23 ; Talks on milk at Quincy, Highland Park, Sumner and Lincoln schools. t .While Drink of Health, talks before Knights of Columbus night school, and at High School Operetta. ' Milk and Milk Products cookery demonstration in Emahizer-Spielman's show window by girls from home economics dept.. "Washburn college. Milk nd Milk Products recipe book given away. Xature's Hest Food film at Orpheum. 8:00 P. M. General meeting at City Auditorium. Special music. Address by F. r. Farrell, dean of agriculture, Kansas State Agricultural college, and Milk Fairies play by Topeka children Admission free. 1 ' !f pHimm j mi in ni SUSPECTED OF LINGERIE THEFT Suitcases Full of Clotbing Found in Negro Boys Homes Hcc-e. Clyde, Tresner, chief 'of detectives, today expressed the belief that Leroy Holloway and "Sonny" Jones, the negro youths arrested. Wednesday on the -charge of stealing some t change from a street car conductor on the West Twelfth street line, are the guilty parties in Topeka's lingerie thefts. .. t At the homes of each of the boys officers Wednesday afternoon found I : . .. e . . i .-. . i, : ifnt. nt ( , suil lull u i liuiiuiis jiwi vi n. was identified as belonging to the family of B. V. King, the photog rapher, 1213 West yenth Etreet Jones had two diamond stick pins whirh Kins also identified as his own, offi cers stated. Holloway admitted, according to the police, that he worked in King's gar den a few weeks ago wearing a shirt which he had stolen from his em ployer He talked freely to the offi cers but denied implication in the theft of the other clothes. He named a third negro who, he said, had given him silk shirts. i The negro youths are cousins. Hol loway lives at 1209 Buchanan street and Jones at 1168 Lincoln street. GAIN IN BANK CLEARINGS. More Tlian $700,1100 Gain Over Same Week Last Year. Topeka bank clearings this wek showed an increase of $271,166.84 over the total clearance of last week, ac cording to Theodore Mueller, manager of the local clearing house. The amount cleared this week was $3,536,301.52. The total last week was $3,265,134.68. There was an in-j crease of $890,434.56 over the amount! cleared this week last year. The total i rlearings on that date were $2,745,-1 866.96. . . - ! Tria dxSfti Cathartic CWW FOl CONSTIPATION ' S&s Iff I I" is a real food not merely a delicious bev 1t11LiJ erage. A quart a day is not too much for active workers. But drink it slowly eat it. Sleeplessness-often is onty hunger, quickly satisfied with a glass of milk. RIITTFD is a 98 per cent food, practically with OU 1 1 EiM out waste. It gives the body energy.' Let butter they want. And cook and bake with good butter to do. III I III ; EI. - J - 1 jj . -s m iii si si i 53 Suit Sale!!! 50 fine Spring Suits in all wool fabrics- and ; handsome pat terns. Values $50, $55 and $60. Your choice Friday and. Saturday only , ' 1 i We have the BeSt $5.00 Hat in Town the children have all the bread -like mother "White Week in 1 . City of Topeka, Shawnee County Farm Bureau, Kansas Agricultural College and United States Department of Agriculture Co-operating. This Week Remember: Every article offered in these weekly Bar gain Sales is from our regular high grade stocks no left overs no ojJds and ends we make these attrac tive" offers merely to stimulate new trade and to get people into our. store who have not known the advan-, tages of buying here. v ICE CREAM ing food. Eat less of the heavy, slowly-digestible dishes, at the beginning of the meal. Instead, eat a heaping dish , of ice cream as a dessert. . - "IJCCQr is a splendid food, too little understood. VllEilIiOEi Sturdy, fighting men, enduring in the trenches, come from nations subsisting almost wholly on cheese. You wil find many appetizing cheese dishes in your cook book. (.'' and used THIS IS Drink of April 21 to 28 V Neckwear Sale 50 dozen of our finest Spring Neckwear from our regular stocks many. Imported Silks all good, conservative pat terns. Your choice at Price!! ' The Home of Kuppenheimer Clothes is not a luxury, nor merely a holiday tit-bit. It is a delicious, refreshing, stimulating, nourish Health"