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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 28, 1920
HOW SOME GIRLS DRESS SO WELL "Diamond Ehres" MaVi. TA1 Old, Shabby Apparel Color- ful and New Don't worry about perfect results. Cm Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to Rive a new, rtch. fadeless color to any fabric, whether it be wool. silk, linen, cotton or mixed roods dresses, blouse, stockings, skirts, children's cosrs. feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack 1 Hf tells so plainly how to diamond "Bye over any color that you can not make a mistake. To natch any material, have drug ffiat show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card. Adv. 1' Fear Prevents Fat People From ItedaHnic Weight The Fear Is Needless When Artwlom Tablets is the Treatment To Be lifil. Proven Safe ami Sure. MAKE HAYS MUSIC CENTER Entire Week of May 2- To Be De voted to Big Program. x Hays. Kan.. April !8. The Hays Music Festival, to be given the week, of May 2 to 3. promises to be one of the biseest music events in Kansas this year. For the first Sunday afternoon there are to be two artisrs: Mme. Julia. Claus&en. meazo-eoprano. of the Met ropolitan Opera, company. In joint re cital with Paul Althouse. tenoj also of the Metropolitan Opera company. The first, Sunday niaht a chorus of 374 voices, under the direction of Henry Edward Mallov. head of the department of music, of the Fort Hays normal, will sin? Haydn't "The Crea tion." assisted bv a trio composed of Grace Kerns, soprano; F rederick tJun ster. tenor, and E'iar ichofieid, bass, ail noted oratorio singers. The second Sunday afternoon Max P.osen. America's jrreatest violinist, wll! appear In recital. The second Sunday risht the Fes tival Chorus will sing Handel's 'The Messiah." assisted by a quartet com posed of Grace Kerns, soprano: Alma Beck, contralto; Frederick Gunster, tenor, and Edgar Schofield. bass. These artists will be present aH week, appearing- in individual recitals and in a big artists' night program, Saturday night. May . Mr. Malloy plans to close the Music Festival each year with, "The- Men piah." but a new oratorio will be given ' for the opening Sunday night. j IRISH PRISONERS ON" STRIKE. ! "DANDERINE" Hundred.- of thousands of tubes of Arboione Tablets have been marketed in the past five years and not a sin!'1 case has r been reported of their being1 deleterious in any way. On the contrary many are grateful and write letters similar to this o. which was received from Mrs. LiLla Richards, inttfield, Maine: "Iar iry Two years aqro I tried Arboione Tablets. It not only riduced me, but cured my headache- and heart palpitation, and removed that bloated feeling. Recently my weight asjain increased. I betran Arboione again and one box reduced me from 119 pound to l$2 pounds, anl t feel' so much better. T shall continue until my weiieht is aain normaj. etc." Buy Arboione Tablet of drujesyists in sealed tubes with full direction!?. It i the or, sa fe, sure, dependable obesity medicine. A jjnuine ruaran ir of enure satisfaction accompanies very package. Adv. Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. I A few cents buys "Danderine." After an application of "Dandenne" you can not find a fallen hair or any dan druff, besides every hair shows new life, viiror. brightness, more color and thickness. For Seven Rays They've ot Eaten, Protest Against Imprisonment. ' London. April ii. The "hunger strike" of 17 of the 17 Irish prison ers in Wormwood Scrubbs jail entered its eighth day today. The, condition of twelve of the pr- ouers ;wia reporter serious, seventy j were In bed from weakness. i The strike is in protest against "jon-l tinued imprisonment without charge! or trial." Arthur O'Brlent, secretary of; the Irish Self-determination iea-.r.', ' said. j BIRTHS REPORTED T'ie following; birth were reported toCity Clerfe Coved durinir the week ending April '21 : ' Tbora.i! Alonzo nd wife, 1S6 Ivleia Ave.. April -Ji). girl. Raqwl. has. r arter and wife. 2424 Kansas Ave.. Ma r- a 1H. boy. t; la re W rn i ey . Eurl 4 'UyL'umh and wiiy. 4'JH Quincy 3.. April 13, ffirl, Dorris Earlene. Camper Lrpb and wife, 42ti Larsa'St April It. fir!. Bosie. - Leon K. !wyer and wt HITi Centra! Atp., April 1. boy Leon Kennetb. O. W. Eauoa and wife, t7 JeffarsoriSt-, April X sir!. WUletra May. Lou Km-ry and witV. N. Jefferson Sr.. April 10. boy, Arthur Jan. nr. Tuomus Fa'i and wife. t Jefferson St.. April 10. boy. rald Winsor Virsll E. Fersriiion and wife. West ern Ave.. April li, boy, Virgil E. .isde H. i,;ibb and wife. West 6ta Av April bov. Warrea Keith. Edwin A. 4iiHespie and ife. 1218 N. Qulncy St.. April is, bov. Ira W. ( laude E. Helm and wifp. v" Garfield Ave.. April 18, boy, Kenneth Morris. Uoscoe F. Hpv and wife. Teeumaeb, n.;m.. Apru Doy, w euuett ciair. , Theodore Iliff and wife. ZZl Clay SL, April 20. boy. Theodore I'anit. has. F. M.-Whinney and wife. 703 Braa ner Sc.. April gir, Pnri r-orfrte. ! Fred W. Mitchell and wife. 1253 Lane St., April It, bov. Fred Warren. L W. Miller and wife. Wm 4th Sc. April 1C. irirl, Garnett Lefia. Wm. Newman ajid wife. iMO College J Ave.. April 21, jrinl. Fhyllia Toiande. J.hii J. Tetzeil and wife. Weir St April 19. boy. Bernard Andrew. ! James I. Ransom and wife, i:Wl Gar field Ave.. Xorxl 18, girl. Rebel Louise. George C. Ridgeway and wife. 60 Oak St.. April 20, boy, Georxe Clayton. tru V'efrer and wife. R. No. rt. N. To-; peka, April 19. boy. Edward Franis. Henry Wieipel and wife. 032 E. Gordon St., April l3, boy, Clarenre. PRICES UP 200 PERCENT Milk Expert Makes Survey Here Campaign Enda Today. Durins the "white drink of health." campaign, whioh closes in Toaeka to day, a total of 142 meetings were held. Speakers addressed 11,341 children. A survey conducted by Miss Rena Faubion, milk utilisation expert, re vealed that the coot of living in To peka had advanced an average of 200 per cent since 1914. The prices of seven standard foods in 1914 and to day were compared and the following increases were shown: sugar. 410 per cent: flour. 209 per cent; round steak, 80 per cent; breads 175 per cent; po tatoes, 380 per cenK butter. 190 per cent: milk. 87 per cent. Children of the fifth, sixth and sev enth grades of the Topeka schools who are competing in the prize contest have until Friday to complete their essays. Three prizes will be awarded to the winners in each grade. The first prize is $5, the second, $2.50 and the third, $1- The essays must be in the office of the couaty farm bnreau oy r noay. ( lAt-lXD 1VOCIJ JOOf MLVt,l l Three Other Small States Horry to Be- i come Members Also. j Washington. April . Application j oy iceiana tor memoersnip m tne league of nations, news of which has just reached Washington, will call at tention to the little known fact that Iceland is now a comparatively inde pendent state. The application stated that Denmark voluntarily accorded independence to the island government in December, 191S. Three other states have filed applications for admission to . the league, the republics of Georgia, San Marino and Luxemburg. Kmporia Veteran Is Honored. Emporia, April 28. A distinguished service cross has been awarded to Capt. Harry Hood Martin of Emporia for extraordinary heroism whih in ac tion in France, according to word re ceived from the war department to day. Captain Martin commanded an infantry company of the First division and was wounded three times. Form 9100,000 Cow Corporaloiu Concordia. Kan., April 23. Cltiaens of Concordia have formed a $100,'j0 corporation, the chief purpose of which is to encourage the raising of pure bred livestock. The corporation will bring one hundred fine Hoistein cows to Cloud county this sprinj" and dispose of them to its members. 25 YEARS ASO IH TOPEXA Fran the Columns of THE TOPEKA STATE JOCRXAI, . - Apra za. uss. -Mrs. Emma l. Pack matron ef the To peka insaue asylum, will enter the lecture fieM as soon as her time expires at that institution. Tne subject of Mrs. Pack's lecture will be tbe -Bright sad Lurk Sides tot loicajie Anilnmi " H. O. Carrey will retire May 1 frnm the position ef cl-y ticket agent of the Rock Island in TSpeka te bei-ome general ageat for Kansas of tbe Massachusetts Mutual Life iDgtinaee company. Captain A. M. Fuller, who is bow rity agent for the Cnion Pacific, will succeed Mr. Garrey as city asent of the Boek Island. Among tlie. people who will gn to Kansas City turn , week to hear " grand opera are Mrs. Prank Holiday. Mrs. M. Bosworth, Miss Blanche Pienst, Dr. and Mn. C. B. Mnnmger, MIm Edna Best and Mr. aad Mrs. P. E. Wear. Bishop Brooke of Oklahoma confirmed a class of fifty-two at Grace Cathedral yes terday. J. B. Irimer held court in Westmore land last week. Prepare to Receive Tnrks. Versaillea. April 28. Apartments have been reserved here for the ac commodation of Turkish delegates to the peace conference, who probably will arrive on May 5. Scandia High Has Large Clams. Scandia, Kan.. ADril 2S. Twentv- three are to. receive normal certifi cates at the Scandia high school this spring. This is one of the largest graduating classes the school baa had in several years. Only two other schools in Republic county give their graduates norrrral certificate. Si ST" lea Time, lips sN'ever Uu J Ctld Tea P:t The pot should be well warmed with boiling witcr before the leaves are put in- -Try it the next time and note the difference in the flavor of yocrtea. But you vr31 find 3 greater difierencc, when, in stead of asking your grocer for tea you ask S6r,get and use UPTON'S TEft Largest SaU m tht Wurld I Out Selling Costs I Think what Labor oves to Him! F T TNTIL His thirtieth year the Master was the Carpenter of lazareth. Could He possibly forget those carpen ter years when the years of His ministry began? Could the men. who labor with their hands ever be far from His thought and prayers? To such men, oppressed and driven, men bent by toil, with hopeless hearts, He spoke a phrase that flamed with power. " You are sons of God, " He told them. Sons of Goo! brothers of their rulers and employers; with an equal right to happiness, to comfort and opportunity. All the hopes of Labor in all the centuries had their beginning in that splendid thought -. The Churches cooperating under the name of the Interchurch World Movement offer the pro-g-rarft of the Master; and His Golden Rule. "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." By that rule the industry of the future must be directed. Its product? must be not merely goods, but food; riot merely wealth but happi ness and character and joy. v.. If you believe these things, you believe in one of the fundamental purposes of the Churches and of their agent, the Interchurch World Movement. And you have this month your chance to help. Whether you labor with hand or brain, whether' you are inside the Church or out, you are a sharer in the benefits of the influence of Jesus Christ. Help to make that influence the ruling, spirit of the modern world. Help to make industry a spiritual enterprise, where men shall work to gether not in envy but in mutual respect as brothers all, and "sons of Cod." United FinanciaJ Camps-gn, April 25th - May 2nd INTERCHURCH Yforld Movement . of ZXfirth America Tha pabMcmtzon at this efvertfaeanerrf im oucfe possible through the cooperation of thirty denominations. Start conotny In tit kitchen, re duce the cost of baking save and serv the porest, most wholesome off foods. Use the Baking Powder that saves materials It Is used with. Calu met Baking Powder never fails always produces perfectly raised, deHctous bakings. There Is no waste no failures. Call for Cakrmet Bakhts Powder. Striking Fashions THe kind young men want; on our 2nd floor sISO ;$50 LONG, single breasted coats, full chested double breasted coats, sport styles with belt, Norfolk models; made from the ' latest weaves ; checks, stripes, plaids herringrbone weaves; ma terials that give you wear econ omy. 'High, narrow shoulders," body-fitting- lines, e 1 e a n-c t, trim; with soft fronts. These suits for young- men are very fine; made for us by, Hart Schaffner & Marx. , Big values at , High School Jr. First Long Pants Suits In a Big Sale at $45 $35 $25 HERE is a real "snap" for mothers of boys of tft firrtlona; pants age. The Suits, were ordered early for Easter business, but delayed in shinment. We d&ss them alonK to j'OU at a aolendid saving. CoprrlaUt e7 Bart Scfeaffiiar Mars Auerbach Guettel Hart Schaffner & Marx Stylish All-wool Clothes SEE THE "BABY FOX" PORTABLE ALL MAKES SOU) RENTED REPAIRED ' Topeka TYPEWRITER n H.C. rarkar IS Inn Aaa -M fimrm' EwriMn." It r ra.aa M2 T "'HOSE Gas Customers in Ottawa, Kan-. sas, who used 1 0,000 cubic feet, or thereabouts, in February or March paid er i a. an average - price of 64 cents a thousand. Ottawa has the Three Part Rate. The old price there was 80 cents a thousand cubic feet. Similar families in other cities underwent the inconvenience and dirt of coal and ashes, else they paid 80 cents a thousand cubic feet, straight, for gas with which to heat their homes on milder days. Those, who used 10,000 cubic feet received gas bills of $8 while Ottawa users of the. same class paid 6.50. Users of 10,000 cubic feet a month are classed in Ottawa as mediocre customers. There are 643 of them. Their Service Guar antors, which assure them a definite quantity of g-as each hour and prevent their taking- more, have hourly capacities varying from 50 to 75 cubic feet, known-as the customer's hourly demand. The aver age demand is 62x2 cubic feet an hour. The average February or March gas bill of customers of the medi ocre class was made as follows: ... Customer Charge $ .73 Demand Charge Average hourly demand. 62y2 cubic feet at 23 cents a month 1.67 Gas Average monthly consumption, 10,200 cubic feet at ; 40 cents a thousand : : . 4.08 -: Total i .....6450 -The average price to mediocre customers closely approached the average to all customers) large and small, which was 65 cents a thou sand feet. - x , KANSAS NATURAL GAS COMPANY. Va4 br Tkra. Par Kate B...l.. p.as mH tm Sts CaMf rvm BnllaUsa;. ITasaaa CUr, Kaatrt krl.r. M.