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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1920.
A TOMORROW IS THE BIG DAY! Tomorrow' we open the big sale en the surplus stock, from the famous Kansas City's foremost Ladies' Exclusive Ready-to-Wear -ihops. We have arranged this stock in our store for a conven ient showinir and a visit here to- morrow will convince vou auick- JLt. ly of the terrific slash in all prices. Everything goes and everything goes at a tremendous--saving to you Read these prices and be convinced S2.50 Ladle' .-..oo Uai.-is 75c Tailios- s:;.im Waiis 51.25 Ijiit. ..im wainw 57.50 I-adies' !tl..u Poplin Dresses 52. S3 LadieV I)n-- of Serge 51.75 tables' I'taid Haim-oats S3.S8 ladle- siil.ilil lre-w fciris 19c I aUiy' Auto ap 57.50 I.adie si. Villi MiK l)rves 55.00 Ijulics' SKI.lill lres Skirts 52.93 Ladles' hinf-tillla ( ouls 512.50 Lnilira' irxl.ilK Silk Oitsws 75c ladlrV si. .in Mlk Ilo-w . 92c Ladies' sak-vu Under Skirts For Men- -.. ' i i - A " til ':p3f Hi JLi i f I! if i 1 M !1 4 - - 1 m I -"1 3 I TO MISSOURI 'PEN' Sam Bitter Is Convicted. Second 31 ardor. t . . . . . is setting:, a. good start- croruae r,. Schuler was unaware that .he was to , be a. contestant but some one handed, in her name with 5M- votes v a st.t-Te-. I llhr TtlDIka fflClS in' tltE; 0 i enntesr are Helen Campbell. Aileei) j otiicer ana.isetty yie. - voimu ... i ; v. aTA-M (ijia-n'nwr UTS; L T in-ci iu o.-w. . - and in The 53tate iournaPand "apiti t' Principal"" in Famous Kansas Killing 15. Years Asro. -J SenJeil Faekngc IT n s c 2r value nates in tiui'liuse for 73ff fmething Great. Manhattan Hallmark up to. SII.llo Miirt. very .ineelal Men' 9.i.3il Pajamas Now. $1.98. 73" H'lyi Moil's Sl.."l Nainsook Vninn Suits. Men's un to 2.rn nnllirircan I nlnn suit $1.00 ..-w--" - -- J , S2.S3 Ladies' ilk Poplin Skirts 51.25 I.udies" rolled Sweater Coats 53.50 Laities' ST.tHI SUiits S1.C0 Tallies' Voile Dr 52.93 Ladifs' inning t-o;it S9.S5 I.adi-s' S25.IHI Coats 512.50 Talk's' sao.oo milts 51.50 ladles' S....VI I mhrcllas 57.50 I-aiiie' sO.mi rajies S9.S5 Ladies' Sio.im IMilniant 4 51.93 Ijulie5' lilai k ilk Waists c 52.98 - Tjuiira' s.oi Waists 69c Lailies' Midilirs 51.00 Ladies' M unli 11 Nisrlit Rolxs 52.98 Ladies' Sil.lln Silk HiMe 25c Ladies' Lonit Silk filoves $3.33 buys Ladies' up to $20.00 Coats s4-:imu you pay -.00 for none hetlfr. We hav? snllirrrfl all Hinslr Coats, made ou prlcr fir your c hoi or of lhe RO.ftO Coaits for 33.98 . 51.93 Ladie-t' IJunaiiiw l)res-es 57.50 I-adies' Leather Trim Coals 59.85 Lailien' Touts 53.98 Ladies' Sport Spring Ttats Sample line Ladies' RihlHHl Buthiiur Suits up to S3. 50 i valines, ehoiit; 51.00 Sam BiUer. who was convicted fif teen years ago of a. sensational mur- drr in 4Ciowa couniv and who recent- ( 1 y escaped from the Kansas peniten- i tiar- ac Lansing, is to spend Irts re- j mainintt days in- the Missuuri prison : for at murder-Aioaimitted near Cabool. j Bitler s second mjrderraa seemingly j as coldly deliberate as the one near the i town of Belvtdere more than a decade J aso. Five of the jurors voted to barn Bitler for his second killinff. but a J compromise verdict was tor life im- i pnsonmenL j Bitler was working on a lar?e ranch owned by his father in Kiowa county I when he assaulted and killed a woman I in the neighborhood. For several days there was danger of mob violence. The man was taken to Dodge Tity and a jury found him KUilty wt first uesree murder. Because of the prominence Jnd wealth of Bitler s relatives in Greenwood and Kiowa counties and the startlinff testimony offered in the trial, the case attracted wide attention. Many efforts were made to secure a parole for Bitler. All failed. In May. last year, the prisoner nscaped from the penitentiary when he was de tailed with othr convicts to repair a boiler. Luder the name of Gilbert L. Halt. Bitler went to CaboI. Mo., where he hrtURht a forty-acre farm. Ha pitil Prank Elliott $1.8oi for rh land. The payment was in $i0 bills. Tt was aiid that a woman delivered the cur rency to Bitler and promptly left the community. - -- That was in September, Tf January, this yrar. Elliott made a trip to Horton, Kan., In an effort to secure some money from a wealthy relative. When Elliott returned to h s formt r home, he v ieit ed som e friends, then disappeared. A search was made and Bitler was found working over a plot of soft earth near his honse. He ex plained that he was-making1 a hut bed. Buried in "Hot Bed." Then checks with Elliott's rtame at tached began to appear at the bank. Bitler was arrested. It wa shown that mote than SSOO Tyjrth of forged checks had been Written by hum. The body of the former owner ol the iahd was found buried in the "hot bed" fifteen inches unler the jfround. Elliott had bppn shot thru, the head three times. The body was wrapped in a blanket with an old coifee sack tied around the head and two straps tied around the body. Only the compromise verdict saved the Kansan from death penalty, ac cording to advices received today by state officials. FRECKLES Now Is the Til ix- to Get Rid of Tlufco Cgiy Spoil There's no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckle, as othine double strength i guar anteed to remove these homely suous. Simply get an ounce of Othine double strength from any drugst and apply a little; of it night and raurn ,ng and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to dis appear, while the lighter ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than an ounce is needed to com pletely clear the skin, and gain a beau tiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the doubUt strength Othine aa this is solii under guarantee of money back if it fails to romove freckles. Adv. , "The Marines Are Coming" 1. Thursday April 29th We bespeak for them a Hearty Welcome.9 j Fifty Entertainers of The Rovinc Marines wU give a public entertainment in Topeka. Thursday. The Marine Band will give a con cert in front of ou store during the day. Our show yrindow will: display "War Trophies that were capuiid in ITtnnce by the U. S. Marines. - Jt Free Eftferta-tnment will be liven by the Marines in, the City Auditorium at S o'clock in Lhe evening to which, men. women and children are invited. ' Come, .show your . appreciation of our own L S. Murines, Thurnday and malce- beatl c;naricrs at this sor. s Just received, a car of Colorado Nut Coal (Canyon City) DELIVERIES MADE DIRECT FROM CAR ORDER NOW Kansas Coal Company Third and Jackson "Dependable" HOtJD CARNIVAL DOWNTOWN. Objection to City Park Sustained Voting on Qneen. William Rice, of the RH-r Dornan Carnival company, has objected to the City park for the American Le(fion carnival .according to Joh H. Bersen. adiutant. As a result the carnival will- be held on evjith street between Jack sort and Van . Burrn, streets, as oritrlnaTTy planned" " ' The qiien of the oarnivaT ontest Qoaa mews t Certified Statement of Ingredients of the Auburn Tire TREAD 81 Pure Para CARCASS One, futn Plr 17 More Rubber in Each Ply FRICTION 945' 1 Pure Para TUBE -96'; Pure Para TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to-certify that Auburn Tires and Tubes contain no shoddy, reclaimed rubber or otiier cheapening ingredients. The proportions crf new Para rubber, are as outlined above, the remaining ingre dients being expensive oxide of xinc, the best known tread tough ener. together with a small amount of sulphur or similar curing asent necessary to properly handle and vulcanize Paxa rubber- Ehrlich-Hally Tire Co. Plione ITSH TRUE TIRE SURGEONS -is Won sisth St. Pnone Bla-k 4S ECZEHiA Is Only Skin Deep and may be instantlv relieved and quickly healed bv CRANOLENC the Cranberry Cream treatment used external ly. PROOF ' Drershurg. K.7..Jan.r. 1918. Cranolene cured me of Eczema and I had the disease tor 25-iears. It also cured my little i&-months old daughler of the saron tiomjje. it did for us whar no other treat mrnt would do earrd us to stazcurrd. We tisedCranoieflpin Mar.1916." R.H Enoch. (On March 20. 1Q20, lour yrs atter. Mr. Enoch again wrtea: "Mf little girl and I are betb weii. We are lred ol Ecxema. and we tfive jour Cranoleae the praiac" SCIEXCE has discovered that the mild acid-like juice found under the skin of the common table cran berry quickly destroys the tiny parasite that causes Eczema and most skin troubles. This cranberry juice has been combined with sooth ing1, cooling-, healing oils. The re sult is CRANOLENC an amazing cream that stamps out the cause ot Eczema and restores the skin to its natural health and color. Yoor druinrist 1 authorized t sell CRANOLAMC on a written guarantee to return vour money if it fails. If he will not do this, wrcte imrnediarr ly to Cranotene Co., Dept. M. Gtrard, Kaa. lor tree treatment. fa tar. 39 and St CRAN0LENE "M.. Whin etkwt Fr Sold ud (narmnteed i Tapeka by Rm-lev lrtie I"b. A COLD? FOR PROMPT REUKFTAKE 1 TABLET EVERY 2 HOURS FIRST DAY- 3 TABLETS DAILY THEREAFTER (WITH WATER) GENUINE ASPIRIN PACKeFa1RT1CHTtht4t ATways iocs effective U M. PtTlweM, i'rwnueBt. --Phone ikl T! SI. .lo'.imoa. See v Tf. Phone 3f0a. THE L RL PENWELL , -Csdet.vblIsg ca SMIWeSlO iulJit5 SLreeu - - - Bhuii to . ' " . 'I -V'i C ' -lii': ; The same old-fashioned ideals of integrity fix the standard of manufacture. Every care is exercised to secure only the 4 best materials. Every invention known; to science is, em ployed to insure purity. . - ; : - Glass-lined tanks are used for proper aging. ; Washed and filtered air fills the cooling rooms. " : Schlitz is filtered through white wood pulp. Every bottle is Pasteurized. The same old SchUtzwith the alcoholic con- x tent reduced to the limit prescribed by the . Federal Government The Brown Bottle Protects Its Purity! On natrn tvhermer drink art sold, Or, order a case for your horn from 5935 S. E. Lux Jr. Mercantile Company 125-137 Narth Topeka. Kan, Hie Bf!ii! r3afle Dlilvanliee Famous Phone 1503