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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1920
it MAZOLA can be used of ten er and at less cost than any other food in your kitchen for cooking, for shortening, for salads. Corn Product Refining Company P. O. Box 11 N.w York City j novj v I i FINT H ' &J CANS g 5 Larger tizet cheaper per lb. j BASEBALL RESULTS National League. , , H. IT. E. i Sr. Loui '. .2 D1 1 jC'inriniiatl f 0 r.attf rie-fllaines and Oiiious; Ruether aim itiffo. New York at; Hrkl.vn, jmMio.ied, raiu. Plitkulrlptiia at Boston, ciM. Pittsburgh at rim-afro, postponed, cold. American Lea cur. , r. ir. k- ( hl-;;so 7 Ijlfvrlantl r .'.'.'.-I Rurterics Faber and Si-ball; ; Oovoiskie ami O'Nolll. VnnhiiiKtnn at Now York, pitstpnnrd, rain. Ietroit at St. Louis. irOttpond. raiu. Boston at I'hiladelptiia. postponed, rain. Ameriean AnKoflution. Kansas City. 7: St. Paul. 2. Mllwjnikp. 'J; Minneapolis, 1. Louisville. 4; Toledo. 5. Indianapolis, 1: Columbus, ;,. Western League. Omaha. 4: Oklahoma Cltv. 1. St. Joseph, f.; Tulsa. 7. Jtfs Moines, Joplin. t. dioux Lity, a; .wa-aitu, 4 STANDING of the teams. AMERICA'S HOSrE POLISH AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH Makes theUome Care of Shoes Quick and asy Always V .. f 5 v 3 'JrTAo ffmP .W I ; i , h i i n , m iTm!; Mi I M 1 1 n I in I . i I init n I iTi I in in mil BLACK TAN OXBLOOO "fC BROWN JUL? " 'r OKLAHOMA INDIANS WIN. St. Vary's Drops .amc to Cliilocco by MO to S Score St' Marys, Kan., April L'S. The baseball team 'from the Chilocco ln d.an -school trimmed St. Mary's col legians Tuesday. Tied runners crossed the plate ten times In the first six in-ning-jt.of the contest. Three Cilholic pitchers were knocked iro-n 'he mound in the same period. In the sixth ii.ning ,Dunn took over the twir ling and allowed the Indians but one hit during the re,t of the tame. Slat tcry drove out a home run in t:irt firs, score. Hardy. Indian pitcher, allowed but five hits during the game. Score bv innings : n. TT. E. 'hiioi-cr :!a-. nto ono 10 12 1 St. Mary's OIK) Oul 020 3 6 8 Beloit to Play Emporia. Bcloit, Kan., April 28. The Beloit leaguers yesterday mailed to Emporia the acceptance of the Emporia counter challenge to a baseball game to be played at Emporia. Beloit to choose the umpire. The challenge provided that Emporia post a forfeit of .350 to be paid over to Beloit if the latter wins the pnme. H1LDREN should not be "dosed" for colds- apply the "outside" treatment VICKS VAPORUi YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30'.6Ol20 ml. 11 imimm 1 mi n. .w imm 1111 in 111 ,1 . m m iwii-n 1 iji ijiu,u.li'J ' ' 1 iiniiim.i.ii i iij 111 .11 n 111 . n mini nnin n u iu - - '' , ' 7V'' i The largest electric sign in the world advertises At Times Square. Broadway NEW YORK CITY 250 FEET LONG 70 FEET H(GH MADE UP OF 17.235 ELECTRIC LAMPS The fountains play the trade mark changes, reading alternately WRiGLEY'S SPEARMINT. DOUBLEMINT and JUICY FRUIT, and the Spearmen "do a turn. This sign is seen nightly by approximately 500.000 people, from all over the world. I ll II! ! "ifTlH !!' "' I" III I" in 111 m m Natl.B.1 lacoe. Teams Won. Lsitt. Pet. rinclnnatl 7 Pittsbursh 3 .ft1'? ! Brooklya J .0 ! Boston - 1 St. Looin 3 1 .-t-Vi 1 IMltlale!phia ;.. 5 New York " 5 -:'3 1 Chicago " 8 -HO , American Learns. Teams , Won. Llt. Pel. Chleago 1 1 -K"'" ; Boston R '- Ak 1 t'levelanrt 7 2 -' ' York 4 4 Jtn Wahlngton " 4 .'XI St. Lotii " 4 Philadelphia 2 r. -s Detroit ...1 0 9 -WW j ' American Aaaociatlon. i Teams 'Won. Lo?t. Pet. ' St. Paul R 1 ." ; C'olumbus -...., 2 .7"0 ! Toledo B S .'.7 j Minneapolis . .SflO Milwaukee 5 s .r) 1 , Louisville , 4 S .444 Kansas fity 2 .12 Indianapolis 0 8 .COJ : Weatetn Lea.ae.' ) Teams Won. Lost. Pet. I Wl. kita T. 1 .R.".". i Tulsa 4 1 Xl St. Joseph " 2 AW j Joplin 3 3 ..TOO t Omaha 2 3 .400 Sioux Cltv 2 4 .S33 ! Ties Moinoa 2 4 .33"t ; Oklahoma City 0 5 .000 j WHERE THEY PLAT TODAY. "National Learoe. St. Louis at Cineinnntl. Plttsbnrph at Chleago. New York at Brooklyn. . Philadelphia at Boston. American League Detroit at St. Louis. Chicago at Cleveland. Washington at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Western Aasoclarion. At Chickasha. 0: Henryetta. 2. At Drumrlght, 6: Fort Smith, 5. At nkuinlgoe, 2: Knid. 10. At Pawhuska, 0: Springfield, t. ZBVSZKO EASILY WINS BOUT. Stronglor Ivowiii Also Victor in Double Card at Kansas City. Kansas City, llo., April 28. Stanis laus Z-byszko and Strangler Lewis were too good for Salvatore Chevalier and Champ Zolar In finish 'wrestling matches here last night. Chevalier and Zolar each took a pair of flops. Zbyszko downed Chevalier twice in less than an hour. An inside toe hold and headlock came in 29:40, while a reverse body hold brought another fall in 17:20. Zbyszko had lost some of his speed, but added weight improved his wrest ling ability. Zolar made things interesting for Lewi3. However, Lewis, with his famous strangle hold, brought the first fall in 43:33. The second fall was ob tained in 25:02 with an arm scissors and wrist lock. XORMAL DEFEATS C. OF E. Teachers Take Dual Track Meet Dur ing Rain Score 71 to 49. . Emporia, Kan., April 28. College of Emporia defeated Kansas State Normal in dual track meet here yes terday, 71 to 49. Rain fell during the early events and a slow track and muddy field knocked out all chances for records. Grant, who equalled the state rec ord in the 100-yard dash in last week's meet . with Washburn, was handi capped by the wet track and ran the distance in ten and two-fifth seconds. Bell, with eleven and one-half points was high man for College of Emporia. The mile relay went to "College of Emporia in easy fashion. TOLEDO WINS ATTENDANCE CUT" Were 14,045 Paid Admissions on Opening Day of League. Toledo, Ohio, April 28. Thomas J. Hickey, president of cne American As sociation, announces that the 14,945 paid attendance at the opening game of the local baseball season, was a new record in the league. Hickey said these figures exceeded the official St. Paul attendance by 836. He declared also that it was the larg est money crowd ever played to in minor league baseball. He awarded the American Association cup to this city. YANKS WANT SECOND HONORS. American Hockey Team Defeated Swedes in Antwerp Olympiad. Antwerp, April 28. America took the first step in the fight for second honors in the Olympic hockey games when the United States team defeated the Swedish team, 7 to 0. The Amer icans are to play Czechoslovakia in the final game to decide the place. The American team played up to form and had little trouble defeating the Swedes. K. XT. Juniors Win Annual Meet. Lawrence, April 28. The Juniors won the annual interclass traek meet at the University of Kansas here Tues day afternoon with 40 points. The seniors finished secona with 38 points, the .freshmen third with 29, and, the sophomores last with 13 points. The meet was a handicap arrair. all varsity men and a number of freshmen being handicapped in their special events. Lobaugh and Wilson tied for indi vidual point honors. Lobaugh won in the 100-yard and 220-yard dashes. Wilson won both the mile and two mile runs. The Tea Room, 5th Floor y serves luncn ana evening ainner Business Hours 8:30 to 6:00 eery day Art Needlework Classes every afternoon free instruction 51 Trimmed Hats y price The fact that the original prices of all Pelle tLer Hats are notably low. a 3,i -price sale of Pelletier Hats is an event of utmost importance. $10.00 Trimmed Hats." $5.00 12.50 Trimmed Hut. ., 6.23 15.00 Trimmed Hats 7.50 S-KOO Trimmed Hats 10.00 2o.no Trimmed Hats 12.50 30.00 Trimmed Hats 15.00 Hats , for street aid dress wear, black and colors; a great variety of styles, and no two alike; every one expressing the distinctive in dividuality for which Pelletrer Hats are famous - a fine lot of Trimmed Hats on special sale Thursday " Jst PRICE The Millinery Section 3rd Floor Pelletier'. Boys and girls dray? a picture and get $3.00 To the boy or girl of 8 to 14 years who draws a picture of some garment in our Boys' or Infants Departments that we can use in our advertising, we will send a check for $3.00. Come up any time and look around, decide what you want to draw and then get busy! $3.00 for every picture we can use. 2nd Floor Pellctier'a Announcing for Thursday, Friday and Saturday tb demonstrate our ability to excel in value-giving v , The season's most wonderful sale of Dresses! Important under-price purchases just here from New York, together with a number of our higher type Dresses at radical reductions offering for Thursday, Friday and Saturday more than a hundred Dresses in one great lot at To make room for new Summer Footwear a sale of Spring Pumps, Oxfords and Ties After nearly four months of selling we find the styles that were first shipped us to be more or less broken in sizes so out they go at radical reductions ! Along with these we are including a number of styles on which we obtained reductions from the makers they would rather stand a loss than have us cancel shoes that were only about half way along in the making hundreds and hundreds of pairs of women's Spring Oxfords, Pumps and Ties on sale , in two lots at, in many cases, . less than wholesale prices Not all sizes in all styles, but plenty of all sizes in each lot Lot! $6.45 values to $11.00 Included in this first lot are: Black kid tongue Pumps with slender, grace ful, covered Louis heels Brown kid tongue Pumps with Louis heels, covered with the brown kid Patent kid tongue Pumps with trim, trig, grace ful covered Louis heels Black kid Oxfords with military heels Black kid Oxfords with Louis heels Plain opera Pumps of patent kid with Louis heels, covered with the patent kid Patent Oxfords with Louis heels Brown calf Oxfords with Cuban heels Note We want to know that you are getting your correct fit no phone or approval orders, please. nomei'i and Children's Footwear I Lot 2 ' $8.19 values to $1.'. 00 French Ties of black suede with French heels and short vamps Brown kid with covered Louis heels Patent 3-eyelet Ties with satin uuarters Black calf Colonials with Louis heels Baby French Heel Pumps' of patent Black kid throat Pumps, covered Louis heels Opera Pumps of finest patent kid with covered Louis heels . Black kid 3-eyelet Ties; Louis heels ' Patent Oxfords with leather Louis heels Medium toe black kid Oxfords, low heels Patent kid Pumps with beaded throats Black satin Pumps with beaded throats Patent Colonials with covered Louis heels Throat Pumps of fine patent for slender feet Black kid opera Pumps with hand-turned soles and Louis heels .4 Floor Pellctier'a $24 offering savings of J4, Vz Vz , and some Dresses at less than price ! Charmeuse Fine silk Georgette Chiffon Taffeta Imported Cordelaine Printed Georgette Standard Wool Jersey Heavy Crepe de Chine and other materials New York's smartest styles from nationally known manufacturers, 'most every garment an exclusive style ; silk lined Dresses, every one of them a wonderful va riety of styles, every wanted color, and plenty of all sizes. The Apparel Section 3rd Floor Pellctier'a ' & ' ' Electric " Sweeper-Vac" with switch controlled motor-driven brush the only Vacuum Sweeper w ith awitih controlled, motor drien brush. Turn the switch and you have an ordinary vacuum cleaner: a pow erful suction wilh the brush revolving as you push the sweeper liack and forth. Turn the switch back and you have a motor driven brush plus the powerful vacuum suc tion the "Kweeper Vac" way of . cleaning wins X or the housewife an unusual victory for rug cleanliness land preservation. Think of a soft elec tric broom gently agi tating your rug a thou- sand times a minute, and then tlta powerful draw of suction just at the point where the soft electrleliroom is working this is the Electric 'Sweeper-Vac" way of cleanlna! Sold on easy terms. 41 ta Floor Pellctier'a That's The VkA X ... - WHY I rEEL TO T TMEATW! A BOUT IT. Yrfe. Plenty" of action in this. ''My Lady's Garter.' a Faramount-Art-craft production, directed by Maurice Tour neur, holds forth at the Isls the firat half. 'No matter how highbrow we be 41 am not) there are none of us, I wagrer, but who enjov an exciting; mystery story, pic ture or play, now and then. "My Lady's (iarter" adapted from the story by Jacues Futrelle, 1s tuch a picture. No busybody of a reriewer baa any busi ness giving- the pjot of a mystery play. So all I shall tell you In that the activities circle around the disappearance, from a museum, of a jeweled garter given in the year by a king to a lady In waiting. Suspicion is directed toward xThe Hawk." an indefatigable and oncatehable but there I (To I won't tell you the story. The acting Is splendid and the auBpense Is well sustained. The photography- and direction are fina. The cast includes same of the beat names Paramount-Artcraft boasts of and In every detail It la a spend id picture. There are some peculiar spots in the picture that do not show op well, but why look for minor blemishes? It U the picture as a wbole that counts. If onj wanted to be realty critical and bnnt out defeta he would be well repaid for his trouble in any picture ; be must take a picture only from its direction, photo raphy and cast. If thoe three points aie pood be bas a splendid picture. Yet. on the other hand, if every one thought alike our corns wouldn't hurt, nd 1 guess that will be about aiL - N. S. A. Parking Grounds Fresh Clear Water 1 FREE Good Pure Air Auto Parts Co. 5th and Quincy. Phone 1648 TODAY AND TONIGHT MABEL NORMAND "PINTO" k You thought Mabel was a 'scream in "Upstairs" and "Jinx" But wait 'till you see this hur ricane of hilarity. ISIS "My Lady's Garter "Kvll to Him Who Evil Thinks" That was the warning embroid ered on the dainty silken circlet that tumbled a guileless lover into: A rasliing Mystery-Romance Absolutely New to the Screen. PATHE NEWS Matinee, Evening. 20o 30c SHOW S 8 7.13 Tax Included Matinee, tSo Evening, 15c and) 25c Lets Co! DANCE TONIGHT STEINBERG'S Try State Journal Mants. 3:00-7:43-9:15 5R E A L ACTS - OF VAUDEVILLE 6th Episode "The Adventures - of Ruth" Matinee. 20c Night. S0c-35c Tax Inc'ludeil : : t : GRAND Thursday and Friday, April 29, 30 30 PEOPLE 30 HELLO 1919 Th'ur.d.y Nl,l,t FOLUES&FANCIES of 1920 fa m WITH ' FRANK MONTGOMERY AND " i FLORENCE McCLAIN ECCENTRIC, DANCERS JAZZ BABIES SOME PEOPLE PRICES: . SOME SHOW $1.50 $1.00 73c 50o TICKETS NOW State Journal Want Ads Get Quick Results. American Legion PRESENTS RICE and DORM AN SHOWS AND WATER CIRCUS ONE WEEK ' Beginning May 3 ' 6 DAYS 6 NIGHTS Get Ready for the Big Fun Show On 7th St. from Jackson to Van Buren and 7th to 8th on Jackson.