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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING. 'APRIL 30 1920 Blackheads and Pimples Depart Promptly llftriar constant, cref ol work with Aen lan. Motion and Uadie.ttri boap at aoaft. following tba DM of th. Marinello Acne Process t tatao' intrrrmhi. Even th. mnst obstinate condition will ?ilrt av.nbj.liy. lafarsuuo, advico add booklat re. grroirca Marl- I'LL Y I neli Miop. -pja j iMpi (33 Kanaa Alt. ffV f AJ J ! Over Jrnklna- V v 4 iff ' i Mnalr lrt. W Wv i". iy r .J SOCIETY BYSSAOAPCDPE WOOD.i Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Sheldon Kl will bo to Kansas City tomorrow to attend the veddinff of Miss Katherine Keizer and Mr. LIdward W. Tanner, which will occur at 4 o'clock In the Keizer home tomorrow afternoon. Doctor Sheldon will read the cere mony. Miss Keizer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Keizer. formerly of Topeka. and is a graduate of Kansas university. Mr. Tanner is a Lawrence man. Doctor and Mrs. Sheldon will Etay over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirshner. I if. if. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayden will entertain for Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gann of Washington, D. C. at dinner to morrow night at the Chocolate Shop. I 1 1 V I-1 ..fia9 will Via f- anH Mm Charles Gault and Mrs. James P. Row- icy ot j'aso. lex. Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Garretson and Miss Marian Garretson entertained at a dinner last evening at Pelletier's in compliment to Mrs. Charles ' Brown, m .Wis ...iijji ji May Time Is Slipper Time Dainty Pumps Now the Vogue There is not a style in all Summer modes more favored, nor one you could choose feeling so certain of their adaptability for your dress wear as Pumps. m Whether your preference runs to, plain effects or trimmed with fancy buckles or Ribbon effects. ' - Your desires splendidly suited in our ex tensive showing. I One style, a patent Louis Heel Pump in our Daily Series, spe cial , . $8.65 Pegular $10.00 Grade TH BIG rSffO STORE 7 IS KANSAS AVE. who leaves soon for her home In Mo hawk. N. T. Covers were laid for Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bron son, Mr. and Mrs.. W. G. Smyser. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Strickler, Mr. D. J. Hathaway. Mr. Olcott BronBon. Mr. and Mrs. Garretson and Miss Garret son. ' Sweet tieasvand narcissi were, useu on the table as a centertfiiece. Mi- Rrnim waa the truest of honor at a luncheon this noon at which Mrs. C. W.- Kouns was nostess. ip mncn eon was servd at the Virginia. Guests were seated at , quartet tables and spring flowers were used as decora tions. " - Mrs. Brown will leave tomorrow ior her home after spending, the winter with her sister. Mrs. Bronson.. f- The Ladies' Aid society of the First Methodist church will have a May party'Wednesday afternoon. May 6, 'at 2-30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. G. Colburn and Mrs. U. T. Herrick, 1034 Topeka boulevard. The follow ing women will - assist: Mrs. W. H. Righter, Mrs. W. A. McCarter, Mrs. Paul Guthrie. Mrs. D. P. Paxton, Mrs. Clarence Skinner. Mrs. Malcolm Gray, Mrs. A. H. Dillon. Mrs. Newell Abrahams, Mrs. M. C Willard. Mrs. Ralph Bower and Mrs. G. O. Smith. Friends of Miss Helen Claypool who will be married Sunday to Mr. Leslie Hawley gave a dinner for her at the Chocolate Shop Wednesday eve ning and following it a kitchen shower at the home of Miss Geraldine Gregg. Those present at the party were: Miss Claypool. Miss Helan Diehl. Miss Myr tle Simmerman, Miss Nellie Brown, Miss Ruth Stevens. Miss Agnes Grubb. Miss Alta Puitt. Miss Sara Dwyer. Miss Vivian Horsfield, Miss Alberta Reitze and Miss Grege;. - Piano students of Miss Annie M. P. Bundy will appear in a recital Satur day evening at the Y. W. C. A. Those who will play are: Miss Queena Cald well. Miss Bonita Biddison, Miss Mar garet Collins. Miss Marguerite Whit telsey, Miss Eva French, Miss Wilma Klinge, Mr. Stanley ' Sutherin. Miss Hazel Gibbons, Miss Charlotte Con well. Miss Norma Grover.' Miss Eu genia Aigner, Mrs. W. W. Rohrer. Miss Julia Vigneron. Miss Isabel Sutherin, Miss Susan Cooley, Miss Julia Vig neron. May day will be observed at the Pelletier's children's hour tomorrow afternoon. Flower fables will be the subject of the stories told by Mrs. June Chapman, and a May pole dance will be the most unusual thing about the hour. Marjorie Glasgow will play a piano solo, The last program meeting of the Travelers' club for this year will be held at the home of Mrs. Philip B. Koontz, 14 23 Harrison street. Satur- TWENTY YEARS AGO Looking Backward in Society Columns of The State Journal April SO. ltWO. , ' Two Dewsnawr peonle. M.bs Jeffs ie Gar wood ,aoUMr. John I. Fritts, were mar ried at ooiocK tma arternoon at tnc ntral Oroir re rational ohurcu. The -.lev. Charles M. SheMon irerformeri the cere mony. Beftnre the ceremony Mra. Charles Klelnhans sauj? '"Guard Thee," by Bobm. Miss Edith MetcaJf played the wedding march. The bride has been the society editor of the Capital for the past five years and the bridegroom is the city -editor of the same paper. Mr. jaooD Mnitn entertained a number of his friends Saturday nip tit at the To- peka club in Honor or his birtniiay. jur. ana Airs, iranic jarreu entertained party from the Atchison Globe at dinner at- their home fjesterday. The following were the guests: Mr. K. W. Howe. Mr. Eu Irene Howe. Miss Mateel Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tennel, Mis Frances Uarside, Miss Theo Berryman, Miss Nellie Webb, Miss Alice Harnett and Mr. Joseph Hank. Miss Vida Wood left yesterday to co to Crown Point. Miss Ethel Hanley is Tisitinc Miss Lottie Tutt, of Emporia. Mrs. L. J. W insert departed this morn- insr for Bethany, Mo. Beautify tie Complexion IN TEN BA.T Nadinola CREAM TkeUauM Bmtifitr By TAoaaanefa Guaranteed to remove tan, freckles, pimples, liver-spots, etc. Ex treme cases 20 davs. Rids pores and tissues of. impurities. Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy. At leading toilet counters. If they "ve"'t it, by mail, two sites, 60c. and $1.20. NATIONAL TOILET CO.. fmnm. faia, EASY PAYMENTS AND LOWER PRICES AT HARRIS-GOAR'S narris-Goar's ine Dresses For Present Wear Women's Misses- i 39 Charming interpretations of practical and good looking street and afternoon costumes 1ring out in a score of ways the style spirit of Spring. See them. New dresses of Voile, Silk and Wool, revealing style in wonderful variety.' Some.are graceful in their, tailored trimness, others ornamented with .braid and jet trimming. Many emphasize the longer waist-line and the fullness of the skirt over the hips. Special Sale of Ladies' and Misses' Suits Will Buy Fine Suits Will Buy Fine Suits . Worth up to $40 Worth up to $60 - i Stylish Spring Skirts Real Skirt values, Wool Plaids . .$5.95 Fancy Serges ..$6.95 Also Fine Silks and Satins New Georgette Blouses Beautiful Georgette Blouses, all latest' styles, colors and sizes, values f a 7f $7 to $10, special. ......... . .p4 D MEN! v. Men will do well to buy tliclr new suits now. Tfe are featuring the newest models In beautiful all wool fabrics at $35 to $60. with a good line of economy suits in conservative models as low as. 19.5. 0S Kansas Avenue R. EDWARD MARLING, Mgr. WELCOME! You" are welcome to open a charge account at Harrls-Ooars. Terms can bp made to suit your convenience. day afternoon. The program follows: Response to roll call A Prominenv American Painter. .Current history Mrs. Liuella Cromer, book review- Mrs. W. J. Rickenbacher. . Story Miss laura McClure. Anything new in art? -juyaia uarnes. Clothes aren t so vital in a woman s estimation of another woman as. is sometimes believed. At a recent gath ering of women young enough to still be extravagantly enthusiastic there was much "raving" about a certain at tractive young matron who came to Topeka about two years ago and is al ready well known and popular in a wide circle of acquaintances. Contri butions of "charming." "a peach," perfectly dear," "delightful," and so on were offered but .they all added. K doesn't she have some of the funniest lothes?" and yet somehow they con ceded "she gets away with it." She spends little money and apparently less time on atier clothes and no one cares at all but they all adore this dashing youija- woman, so after all - clothes don't always make the woman. At the Saturday morning Picture show for children at the Orpheuriv to morrow the principal film will be Puppy Love," with Lilah L.ee starring. A Ford educational showing the mak ing of zinc will be shown. Chaperons for the morning will be, Miss Mary MacLennan, Mrs. Kelsey Petro. Mrs. Daniel Rumpf, Miss Gertrude Bauer, Mrs. M. E. Urie. Miss' Mary Clark, Miss Sue Louise Bell was hostess at an informal dinner party last evening at ner home in Eighth street in com pliment to Miss Grace Dana. Daisies were used as a centerpiece on the table. Mrs. John M. Kinkel. 1J44 Fillmore street, will entertain the club house team of which Mrs. Paul Pinkham is captain Monday afternoon I at 2:30 o'clock. Ths flower show association an nounces that their plant sale at Crosby Brothers will continue until 5 o'clock Saturday evening. From the number of plants sold the association believes Topeka will be a regular garden spot this summer. . at K Mrs. Peter Salvaston gave a lunch Lron Thursday lor Mrs. Zara Gage Bas ItJan of Clarkdaie. Ariz., who is -visit ing in Topeka. Mrs. Orra L. Scudder will entertain at an apron and overall party this evening at ner nome, ilaciclon Hall. The guests will be Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Stud- iiuaru. air. ana 3irs. vvimam jacoDs, nptfr. -and Mrs. William H. Metzdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. KigDy, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lager- strom, ur. ana Mrs. j. H. o Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schlesrel. Mr. and Mrs. N". G. Edelblute. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Bell, and Mr. Nathan B. Thompson. The women who helped as chap erons with Katcha-Koo honored the coach, Mrs. Mabel Cummings. with a luncheon at the Chocolate v Shop Thursday noon. There were fifteen guests. Carnations were used as dec orations and favors. "Votes and Personals. Mr. Alexander Morris of Tulsa. Okla., who will take part in the Dana Morris wedding tomorrow, arrived this morning. Miss Kennetha Berry of Ann Arbor is the guest of Mrs. Arthur Shakeshaft for the week-end. i I Mrs. F. 'G. Binister of Chicago" is the vli guest ot ner cousin, Miss Muion Her- Mr. Harold Jackson of Chicago ar rived this afternoon to spend a few aays visiting in Topeka. , , Miss Elsie Chapman has returned xrom Cincinnati, where she attended the Sigma Alpha Iota convention.. ' Don t be a "Wish I had. Buy stock now in Pepp'a Coal Savings Plan. To peka coal Co., Elks building. Phone 1z. Adv. Mrs. Hiram W. Kingsley and little daughter of Chicago are visltinsr Mrs. Mngiey s parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Kineslev will move soon -from Chicago to Philadel phia. Mrs. R. O. Thomen of Junction City will pend the week-end with her daughter. Miss Kate Thomen. Mrs. F. M. reeland left yesterday for Shelby, Mich., where she will spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Charles M. Smith. Miss Inez Abbott, who has been seriously ill With inflammatory rheu matism the last five weeks at her home in Harrison street, is improv ins.' Miss "Reita Grames of Kansas City is visiting Miss Susan Cooley. 207 The Drive. Miss Cooley is here studying music under Miss Annie Bundy. Mr. G. G. Hostulla of Custer City. Okla., formerly of Topeka. stopped off yesterday on his way east for a short visit, in Topeka. Mr. George Saunders of Warn ego spent Thursday in Topeka. Mr. Lee M. Gage, who has been Vis iting at the Gage home in Western avenue, has - returned to v Oklahoma City to resume his worK for the government. Mr. Howard Johnston of Wamego will come to Topeka to attend the fu neral of Col. J. M. Stewart. He will be the guest of his daughter. Mrs. Richard Harden. Mrs. L. C. Schnacke will leave to morrow for Dayton, Ohio, to spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. Dean lchnacke, who have recently visited A present for the ladies and some thing Interesting in Chi-Xamel Var nishes. C. M. Hill & Son. 82S Kansas Ave. Adv. She's here the demonstrator for Chi-Xamel Varnishes. C. M. Hill & NEW CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS To Erect $70,000 Church and School .at Seward and EJliottv - A new Catholic church- and school building will be erected this summer on the southeast corner of Seward avenue and Elliott street at a cost of 70,000. Plans for the building, which will be ot brick, have already been drawn. It is expected that it wUl be ready for occupancy by the ceeinning of the next school year". Xo (lute for letting the contract has been set-. The Rev. George Eckert, v formerly of Lawrence, will be the priest. He has purchased a house near the pro posed new structure and has taken up his residence there. The structure will be known as the Sacred Heart Catholic school. EASt SIDE NOTES v v Notes arid personals ffom Est Sld by Frauces Jo Dei. TelepUona 0530. The Victory Carrl club warn entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Helfrich with Miss Jeanette Iel foss as hostess. Those who played in cluded : Mr. and Mrs. A. Checkstleld, Mr. and Mrs. M. Jorgensou, Mr. and Mrs. W. NHSSbeck Mr. and Mrs. Mark Whitfill, Mr. and Mrs. Helfrich. Mrs. W. F. Khodes. 424 Lake street, who recently underwent an operation at a local hospital, litis been removed to her borne and is improTiitp. Mrs. Fred Leatuerinan entertained at her home Thursday afternoon for her mother. Mrs. Georjre Stuck, who is risking: here from t-nterprise, Knn I ne ariair was a surprise. The jruests, of which there were about iSO, were members of the lNrcas so ciety of the Third Christian cburcft. Mr. and Mrs. t uarres toay anu smaii son expect to change their residence soon to Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Cody and son are visiting Mrs. Ccdy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker, Lake street, previous to her departure. , . ' Miss Ada 'Winger, a returned missionary from Venquela. who bus been assisting in the special services held at the Pentecostal church and who has been a visitor at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. K. ioster. left Friday for Iola, Kan. Mrs. :. imineruinn, or ;orrn j. op eta. had as a iritest Thursday Mrs. Albert Checksfield. Mrs. "Wiley Steele, Mrs. Wil liam Le Long. rne Kev. j. j j. Knuiippi wnose nome is at 1218 East Eighth avenue, is ill with the smallpox at the Ottawa detention hos pital. A party was given -Thursdar evemng for the children of the East Side Methodist Sunday school who are under 32 years of nge. The hostesses were the teachers or th children and included : Mrs. Ward It bodes. Mrs. H. Itogcrs. Mrs. Matthew Carle, Mrs. A.V. Ritts, Mrs. S. Cunningham, Mrs. A. K. Woodwortb, Mrs. S. L. Bartlett, Miss Minnie Howard, Miss Bessie Hogera. Ttee hours from until 7 o'clock. About 70 children enjoyed the games aud enter tainmej.t provided. x air. ana -Mrs. I'aut t-yetsm cnangea their i resldenc Friday from their former hnnjj o Freeman avenue to 1201 Clay street. ' Mr. and Mrs. I. Moore will occupy tli i house at 402 Freeman avenue. OAKLAND NOTES. - j Kotea and personal from Osklonil bjr t rances Joaea. TeleiUoue &k0. There are just about three things whl-h are of iDterest nowidss to the women of Uakland and which possibly act-ount for the dearth of Dews. No one ran be Terr newsy if they have had for their abiding place for a few clays, the top of a step ' ladder, or have been down on thetr knees srrubbing, varnishing and otherwise work ing on the floors. Nor is there Tery much news to be heard when one is shut up in a sewing room, working for dear life on some new spring clothes or on daughter's commencement dress. And making- garden is the very last occupation In thje spring at which one could accumulate much news. It would be all right If it would get warm enough, so one could bring along a camp chair when they went calling on thelrf neighbors and sit out In the garden plot talking, but so far it's too cold to try anything like that. , Mrs. Jesse Wright, accompanied' by her two daughters. Miss Mildred and Miss Mar garet, will leave Saturday to spend next week visiting relatives at Beverly, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hawver have purchased the property at :1ft) Michigan avenue and will change their residence next month. Miss Helen Wright will spend next week with her brother. Mr. Mvron Wrta-ht and Mrs. Wright at their home, 1205 Tolk street. SEE SHABBY, FADED GARMENTS TURN NEW : "Diamond Dyes" Make Old Ap parel Fresh and Stylish ' Don't worry about perfect results. Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to gjve a new rich, fadeless color to any fabric, whether it be wool. silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods dresses. blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats, feathers, draperies, coverings. The Direction Book with each pack age tells so plainly how to diamond dye over any color that you cannot make a mistake. " To match any material, have drug gist show you "Diamond Dj-e" Color Card. Adv. - j llfieauent shaving irritates your skin use Resinol Perhaps the daily shave makes your sensitive skin bum and smart, or it may cause a rash which is uncomfortable and embarrassing. Resinol. Oint ment helps preatly to relieve and clear away such ailments, but Resinol, Shaving Stick tends to prevent them entirely. Its rich, generous, non-drying lather makes shaving a pleasure because no after-shaving lotions are necessary, and the face is left smooth, cool and soft, Resinol products at all druggists. . ; CHILDREN should not be "dosed"' for colds apply the "outside" treatment VICE'S VAP0R1 YOUR BODYGUARq"'- 3 O t. 6 O sTL2 O TOMORROW, BEGINNING AT S:30 A. M. Your Choice of EVERT " V ' Trimmed Hat IX THIE PARISIAN MILLINERY SHOP In Four Groups fport Ilats Transparent Hats and Taffeta Hats Execiitcd. $6.50 Trimmed Hats. $7.5(1 Trimmed Hats. . . . S7.95 Trimmed Hats S8..V Trimmed Hats. . . . S8.95 Trimmed Hats. . . . v.v.X $3.50 S10.0O Trimmed Hats (13.M Trimmed Hats.. I ft f SI5.0O Trimmed Hats L tax I II B S1A.50 Tdlmmed Hats.' ( jl af m If II 18.00 Trimmed Hats w JU5.00 Trimmed Hats . . '' I .. Trimmed Hats f fn rT f" g St 8.00 Trimmed Hats k S20.0O Trimmed Hats. ....... I E? a B S22.50 Trimmed Hats ww- ". 2O.0O Trimmed. Hat - ' S22.0O Trimmed Hats.. ( ffh "fl g AA S25.0O Trimmed Hats Ik III 1191 S27.50 Trimmed Hats I ml) I If If IP $3i.O0 Trimmed Hats. w 807 Kftss Ave. um 1- SEE THE "BABY FOX" PORTABLE ALL. MAKES SOLIJ RENTED REPAIRED Topeka TYPEWRITER Eich"e H.C. Parker 625 Kanaa Aie. Then sot ":a Tears' Eiperl enxe." It C'onnta! State Journal Want Ads Get Quick Results. . Grasp This Opportunity NOW Tremendous Sacrifice in - Women's Headgear OCK memg paiie ? o Commencing tomorrow, and continuing' ALL NEXT WEEK, the women of Topeka and vicinity will have the biggest opportunity to buy hats of every description trimmed and untrimmed at astonishingly low prices. This sale should attract unusual interest for the assortment is wonderful and prices as low as they will be later in the season for this par ticular,"occasion. Take advantage of this exceptional offering come early w.hile selec tion is good. x One Lot Banded Hats including Phipps-Gage, Fisk and ethers, values from $6.50 to ?10.OO, very special at $3.00 One Lot Banded Hats Knox-Phipps and others, values from $7.50 to $15.00, during this sale at $5.00 One Lot Dark Trimmed Hats values up to f lO.OO, dgring this sale at $3.00 One lot of untrimmed (black and colors) shades very special during this 'sale at $1.00 MAUD G. BRICKLEY . - a With ' ! Son, SIS Kansas Ave. Adv.