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THE TOPEKA DAIEY STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1920
S ( "It Will Surprise You" says the Good Judge When ybu learn how long a little of the Real Tobacco Chew lasts. How long it holds its rich tobacco taste. The real satisfaction. The money saved. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Pat Up In Two Styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco " SEE THE "BABY FOX" PORTABLE, AUj MAKES SOLI) UEXTEI) REPAIRED i(p;ka TYPEWRITER H.C. Parker 25 Kmut Are. , Phone 90S "29 Year.' Experience." It Count.! JAYHAWK MEETS TIGER. Friday and Saturday Dates forA"tt nual Diamond Duel at Lawrence. Lawrence, Kan., April 29. The big home games of the Kansas baseball schedule will be played at Lawrence, Friday and. Saturday when the Mis souri Tigers invade Lawrence. The Tigers have defeated the Jayhawkersj In fAntlto hasbalhn 1 an4 tm .niai year and will have a chance to niake a' nlaon ' ' " -. V. 1 ' The Kansans meet the MissouVians in a two game series at Columbia later in the season. The Kansas team will be handi capped by the loss of Bunn. regular catcher, who received an injury to his hand in the Ames game last Saturday. Either Kane or Gray will do the back stopping for the Jayhawkers. If Gray is used either Murphy or Harms will hold down first base. Captain Slawson will probably pitch the opening game. Coach McCarty will have Marxon, Custer. Uhrlaub or Harms to select from in' the second game. UTHLCANDY ' Cathartic ' THIS WEEK ONLY At the Stores Named Below A 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent in 9- ill In Your Way Now Not the Men Who Know All Statements Approved by High Dental Authorities m They Now Combat the Film Dental science has found a new way to clean teeth a way that combats the film. Able authorities have proved it for years in clinical and laboratory tests. -The facts -are beyond any question. Iieading dentists all over America now urge people, to adopt it, and a million or more have done so. This method, for home use, is embodied in a dentifrice called Pepsodent. And this week we offer, to every home in this city, enough for a ten-day test. For your own sake you should make that test. ) Why Teeth Discolor and Decay You can feel on your teeth a slimy film. It is ever-present, ever-forming. It clings to the teeth, gets between the teeth, enters crevices and stays. The tooth brush does not end it. The ordinary dentifrice does not dissolve it. So, night and day, that film may do ceaseless damage. And most tooth troubles are now traced to it. That film is what discolors not the teeth. It is the basis of tartar. It holds food substance which ferments and forms acid. It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Millions of germs breed in it. They, with tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea. Also of many ether troubles, local and internal. You Must End It Millions of people find that brushed teeth dis color and decay. Tartar forms and pyorrhea starts,. Statistics show that, despite the tooth brush; tooth troubles have been constantly in creasing. The reason lies in that film. To prevent the troubles you roust end the film. Let this ten-day test show you the way to do it. Now Million of Teeth Are Kept WJiiter Pepsodent is now applied to millions of teeth' every day. The result is seen everywhere in' glistening teeth. Some of your friends can show them. " V;- ' . :.' Those teeth glisten because they are clean. The film is kept removed. Now we ask you to" see how your own teeth look after a ten-day use. Based on Pepsin Pepsodent is based on pepsin, the digestant of albumin. The film is albuminous matter. The object of Pepsodent is to dissolve it, then to constantly combat it. Pepsin long seemed forbidden. It must be acti vated, and the usual method is an acid harmful to the teeth. What science has now found is a harmless activating method. Now pepsin can be applied twice daily can be left between the .teeth. And five years have proved that this dis covery opens a new dental era. , took at Your Teeth in Ten Days The results are easily shown and we urge you to see them. Read how' they come about. Then decide for yourself what is best for your teeth and for your children's teeth. - Present the coupon for a 10-Day Tuba Use like any tooth paste. Note how clean the teeth feel after using. Mark the absence of the slimy film. See how teeth whiten as the fixed film disappears. v Compare the results with -your present meth ods. Remember that those whiter teeth mean cleaner teeth teeth kept freer from film. Then decide for yourself about going back to former cleaning methods. , , Make the test this week, while the 10-Day" Tube is free. The result will be of lifetime importance to you. Cut out the coupon so you won't forget. til They Keep Teeth White by keeping them free from film. The old ways failed to do that. iiJS -rmmmmumm PAT. Of r ft VJIIIIMWIIII 'ill H I REG U S The New-Day Dentifrice Proved by years of clinical and laboratory tests and now advised for daily use by leading dentists everywhere , They Teach Children how to really clean teeth, and how to combat the film which is the source of most tooth troubles. basebIll results . 'atloaal X.eaoe. . . i. V K. H. E. Pittsburgh 1 8 4 Chicago , .... ... 1115 0 Batteries Wisner. Cooper and Lee ; Alex ander and O'Farrell. New York at Brooklyn, .postponed, rata. Philadelphia at Bostonpo8tponed. rata, St. Louis at Cincinnati, postponed, rain. " American Leag-nc. 1 XtfTF. Chicago ;.... 4 11 1 Cleveland , 5 1 BatterieaKerr.- Wilkinson and Schalk; nagoy ana o Mel II. R. H. E 7 10 to.- V . PWBlu" .....( i Philadelphia 7 12 I Katteoea Jones, Russell and Walters; Martin, Jiomnieil, Kinney and Perkins. X . K. H. B Detroit 0 4 EL Louis - - 11 1 Batteriel Alton, Leonard anj Alnsniith: Shocker, and. Billings. Washington at New York, postponed, rain. - American Association. Kansas City, 5: St. Paul, 1. Milwaukee, 1; Minneapolis. 7. Indianapolis fit Colunibus.postponed, cold. Louisville at Toledo, postponed, cold. Western League. St. Josepii", 0; Wichita, 1. . Omaha. 1; Joplin. :t. Sioux City, 2: Oklahoma City, 6. Des Moines, 2; Tulsa, 4. -- WHERE THfcV I-L.W TODAY. HASKELL W1X-S FROM BAKER. " " Xationnl Leaaae. Philadelphia at Boston. St. Louis at Chicapo. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. American League. Detroit -at St. Louis. Chicago at Cleveland. -Washington at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. TWO,KASSAXS ARE ENTERED. Rodkey and Bradley Leave K. V. for Perm Relay Games. Lawrence, Kan., April 29. Two University of Kansas athletes, Rodkey and Bradley, have been entered in the Penn relay games which willNbe held at Philadelphia April 80 and May 1. The two athletes left Lawrence for the eastern meet today. Bradley is entered in the pentathlon and the broad jump while Rodkey will enter the feature 44u-yartf" hurdle race; Bradley won third place in the all-around competition in the Illinois relay carnival during the indoor sea son. Kansas coaches are expecting him to make a strong showing in the eastern' games. Rodkey is a quarter miler and has been, running in close to record time all year. The 440 hurdles is a feature event used only in the Penn games so Rodkey has little experience m the event hut he has run the low hurdles for the Javhawkers in several meets and Coach Schlademan expects him to place in the Penn meet- f REVIVE POP-RACES. For Second Time This Season Haskell . Defeats Methodists Score 8-6. Baldwm, Kan.. April 29. Haskell defeated Baker in a weird contest here Wednesday afternoon, 8 to 6. This is .the second baseball victory over the Methodists for the Indians this season. " Soore by innings: R. H. E. Haskell ....004 000 1218 10 5 Baker 00S OUO 100 7 Batteries Killhn.U. Ha room and Ander son; Meredith. Johnson. and Taylor. Cleveland Women After Alley Title. Chicago, April 29. Mrs. Easty and Mrs. Pearsall of Cleveland were lead ing the doubles in the feature per formance of the Women's , National Bowling association here, today. They dethroned Mrs. Gergen and - Mrs. Koestner of Detroit last night. Other leaders were not disturbed. Set Oilers' Hearing for May 13. In order that an amended petition may be filed by the railroad brother hood of stationery engineers and oil ers,, the Kansas court of industrial relations has set the next hearing for May 13. The date was fixed when the case called this week was continued in order that the brotherhood might include additional railroad employes in its wage demands. Steel Company Cuts Big Melon. Toungstown, O., April 29. Direc tors of the Youngstown Sheet & Tube company have decided to issue a stock dividend of 400 per cent, or more than $80,000,000, James A. Campbell, presi dent of the company, announced to day. , Dodge Ctty To Be National Center for Speed Demons July S. Dodge Cityv Kan., April 29. Dodge City on July 5 will be the scene of the aOO-mlle motorcycle race for the championship of the-world, according to an announcement by the local racing association this atternoon. banction has been promised by the Motorcycle and Allied Trades association of Hart ford, Conn.; for that date. The local association will proceed at once with all preparations for the race. It will attract more and faster racing ma chine than ever before have been as sembled for . a similar contest, say manufacturers. The Dodge City race was becoming one of the big events in the racing world when the war interfered. The last 300-mile race was held July 4, 1916.,, , - , MOTHER! 'California Syrup of Figs'1 Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your j child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stom ach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity' taste. Full directions on each bottle. You must say "Call fornia." ' &2 RECORD EXIHY IS EXPECTED. Over Hundred High Schools Already Signed Vp for K. IT. Meet. Lawrence, Kan.r April 29. Prepara tions are being made by the athletic department at the "University of Kan sas to handle, one of the biggest lists of entries ever entered In a high school track meet in Kansas, when the annual k.. u. state nign scnooi tract meet is held here Saturday. ! Manager Allen has over 100 entries for, the meet and probably a few ad ditional entries will be received before the meet. Athletes .making a good showing In the meet, in addition to those 'of the Kansas City high schools will be Invited to enter the K. U. in vitation meet two weeks later. TIGERS BEATEW BY AGGIES. Doubler Play by Farmers Makes Final Score to 2. Manhattan, Kan.. April -29. The Missouri Tigers fell before the bats of thai Kansas Aggies here yesterday in the first baseball game of a series- The final score was 6 to 2. The fea ture of the game was a double play by the Aggies in tha first Inning Which blasted at least two runs for Missiouri. Canterbury, Tiger, was the. batting star ! of the game, getting a home run and a three bagger, out of two times at bat. Agnew, Aggie, drove out his fourth home run of the season. IS' THE SQUARED RING The Stores Named Below WilK Supply the Free Tube on This Coupon The Arnold Drug Co. The Crosby Bros. Co. 1 10-DAY TUBE FREE Present this coupon, with your name and address filled in, to any store named. It is good for a 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent. TulIy-McFarland Drug Co., Two Stores 835 Kansas Ave, and 729 Kansas Ave., lopeka, Kansas. I 1 I Your Name Address Out-of-town residents should mail this coupon to The Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, and the tube will be sent by maiL journal Tepeka I Kenosha. Wis.. Anril 29. Battllna LeT- inBky, of Philadelphia, woa a decision, over Tony Melichar, of Chicago, In a ten-round bout Lere last night Mcluhar tried for a knockout in the teDth, flooring Levinsky with a left Levinsky, however, bad the first elsnt rounds. rieTehinrt. O. Aorll 29. Eddie FltJIsim nions. eastern lightweight, will hook Hp with Cal Delaney, Cleveland, in a ten rounu bout here touigur. - STANDING OF THE TEAMS. B National Leflfse. Tenms Won. Xost. Cincinnati .". - 7- Pittsburgh " Brooklyn .................. 6 4 Boston ? St. Lonifl o n Philadelphia 4 5 New lora" - " Chicago .V 8 - American Leftiroe. .. - Tenm Won. Lost. Boston '. S - Cleveland ' Chicago .... Mew Vork 4 St. Louis ... 4 Washington 3 PMladelyiiia - Detroit 0 ' Americas Aorition. Teams Woo. . St. Paul j,.'... 8 Columbus Toledo Minneapolis 6 Milwaukee o Louisville ................. 4 Kansas City . 3 IudianaDollg Western Learn. Teams Won. lost. Pot. Wichita ...... ."..6 1. -H.7 Tu:sa ..... 5 1 .s; St. Joseph , j - Joplin 4 3 Omaha - 4 .nss Sioux City 2 5 J9W lefl Moines - Oklahoma City ., 1 5 .! 4 4 C 10 .1 5 ; 8 ret. .778 .ROD .(K10 .571 .455 .444 .3 .T.3 Tct. jam .ww .7.VJ .500 .: .431 .2."n .0J0 Fit .800 .TTiO .W7 .545 .4.V .444 .2SO . .000 1 Record Breaking Values in Our SUBWAY Friday! Special Selling 2nd Floor Special Friday Selling of Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits, $50 and $45 Kinds, Friday Only 38.50 We say Topeka men and young men know clothing- values; on that supposition we "are of fering this very special value. The cry of high cost of clothes will suf fer considerably when you see these all pure wool worsted spring and summer suits in the very newest style, pat terns and most desira ble colors for both men and younsf men which are offered Friday only at. . $38.50 MEN Au TAN RUBBER1Z-ED R A 1 N COATS, sea ml sewed and ce mented, an exceptional flj-J QEJ ralue Friday (S.ubway) P',-, ODD LOTS OP FINE TROUS ERS For both men and younff men In all wool and also Worsted fabrics, an unusual bar- ET AA gain Friday (Subway) JptJ.Uv MEN WHO AUK GOING TO BUY PALM BEACH KL'ITS this suniiyer should take heed of this sale. We are selling all odd lots of last summer's Palm Beaen suits, values as high as S17.50, Friday only fl1 f f( (Subway) XU.UU GET A RAIN COAT FRIDAY! We are cleaning op odd lots of $10. $12.50 and $15.00 Rubberized. jQ Oft raincoats. Friday (Subway'. PoiJ ODD LOTS OF $8.50. $!) and $10 ali Wool Trousers, Hart Schaffner ft Mari anions them; in all sizes, while they lnst.-your choice ary AIT Friday. (Subway) $1.9 Boys' Friday Specials! $17.50, $15, $12.50 Boys All Wool Suits Friday Only $9.85 We know the values will surprise you the patterns and styles are the best, the materials are all wool cassimeres and tweeds. There are several suits of each size but you had better come early if yoii tional value (Friday at... Boji' and Girls' -Mill Rno"' Hose, fust black nrt all sizes, fine and heayy ribbed, . Pf for Friday 3 pair pl Boys Kazoo Supporters, both styles, selling; everywhere now .65c for $1.00, here Friday Boy." Overall., all sizes. 2 to 10 years, cannot be hotiKht wholesale at our -fl Cf price Friday P-a."" Boys' Blonse., Hfrht and dark patterns, all sizes to 15 years. $1.2o klud, for Friday Boys' Athletic Colon Suits. sizes 24 to M, made of durable $1.00 Little Tots' Rompers, long and short sleeve. Hirht and dark patterns, $1.50 QQ I nainsook clotb, for CG kinds, for Friday.. OITC Friday UJfC Boys' Silk Neckwear, best patterns for Spring: wear, for Q P' Boys' Hats, New Spring styles.'odd lots tnKen from ones that were form erly $1.00 and $1.23, for Friday 59c Friday 4 AuerbachJ, Guettel , r" llm Lj til I "'Sss- The Good Ofld Flavor The Old Time Favorite" Made from the same choice hops and malt, it is the same brew that won wide popularity for years and years. Thousands will welcome the return of the good old flavor of Muehle bach's Pilsenen Aslyfor it at all high grade cafes, , restaurants and every place where drinks are sola. GEO. MUEHLEBACH COMPANY KANSAS CITY j . OtetHbufnd By THEO.POEHLER MERC.C0. 101-7 N. Kansas Ave. Phone 3595 Family Trade Solicited Prompt Deliveries - Phone Your Orders -1 -'