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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1920
! I I I i I I Mr,p,r ro V THIRST 'SW lacIL jy you're thirsty for , some real beer listen! Buck tastes exactly like beer the real old-fashioned flavor. It's the only grain beverage that satisfies me. I drink it every day when I'm thi.af, at me?. Is and when I'm fagged after a hard day's, work. Try it yourself and youH want a case at home like I dk?. THE W. O. ANDERSON COMMISSION CO. Phone 3563. Corner Crane and Kansas Ave. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR Made rf National Hereragt Compairr, Chicagm Topeka, Kan. II yyT hsarty meal 1 lvv-7n youl! avoid. K that stufft? M K" -feeling if if you chew - feeling if you chew a stick of LBfB Other benefits: to teeth, breath, appetite, nerves.1 Thaf s a good deal to get for 5 cents! '''' ' ' " r Sealed Tight-Kepf Rights Place an ad in the State Journal Want Column for Quick Returns. TO URGE IRISH FREEDOM THREE HUE RUNS IS GAME Resolutions Will Be Passed at Memorial . r 'j-rors Cost Washburn 4 to 2 Hall Meeting Tonight. . With St. Marys Tuesday. Game Final arrangements wer made Tuesday night at the office of Cpt ir. tL. coney lor the mass meeting to be- addressed at Memorial hall at 8 io' clock this evening- by- the Rev. lauriee F. Murphy. Methodist miius- er. who is speaking tor tne cause oi rish independence. Captain Coney read a letter from J. Manning, state chairman or tne merican Commission on Irish Inde- endence, who said the meeting in ansas City on Sunday night was most cceasful and that the Kv. Mr. Mur- y was the most eloquent speaker er heard there on the Irish question. Finishing touches were put to the program tor this evening, wnicn is as fdllows: "America." led by George Vt. Adamson; song by Miss Mary Gfcrden. accompanied by the Misses Mdiuinnesa: song. Mrs. R. S. Mur ray; recitation. "Erin's Flag." Miss Agnes Hannigan; song. Josephine and faster Thomas O'Meara; address. Rev. Maurice F. Murphy; resolutions bjr Edward Rooney; Irish song. Miss Una Wyatt; selection. C. H. S. or chestra. I The Rev. Mr. Murphy arrived here today. He was met by Captain Coney and other local Irish leaders and was taken on a sight seeing trip over the capital city. The Rev. Mr. Murphy will speak Thursday evenyag at the Chamber of Commerce in Emporia and then will go to the following cities in the order named: Emporia. Wichita, Independ ence. Pittsburg and Parsons. He will conclude Lis circle of this state next Monday night with an address at the court house at Parsons. At Kansas City and at Atchison aft er the address of the Rev. Mr. Mur phy resolutions calling on the Kansas representatives in congress to support the cause of Irish independence were adopted. This action probably will be taken here. LAMBERTSOX FOB HOCSE AGAIN. Speaker Refuses to Ron Against Service Men for Senate. Speaker W. P. Lambertson of Fair view. Brown county, is coming back to the house. He has abandoned his plans to enter the race for state sen ator from the Brown-Doniphan county district. Two -other candidates, J. M. John son and Paul Bailey, are now seeking the senatorial nomination. Both are former service men. Lambertson re fused to run: against them. He will probably be renominated for the house without oDoosition. in event uuv' emor Allen should be nominated for either president or vice president, it is anite certain that Lambertson will then be a candidate for the governor ship. Lambertson was speaker of the house during the 1919-30 regular ana special sessions. WARRANTS SENT IX. Claims Against V " 61 Tears Ago Sent to Judge Smith. Warrants drawn on the territory of Kansas sixty-one years ago nave oeen sent to Judge C. W. Smith, executive clerk in the governor's office. The wa.ri-n.nts were sent by Mrs. Caroline Palmer of Closter, N. J. The warrants were issued to her lather, tne ev. c.n.i v T,ntn in 1S59. The Rev. Mr. Lum waa the first hnn,. iB,inTiarv in. Kansas. He- held territorial warrants amounting to J 400 at the time of his death. Xow his daughter wishes to collect the money. There are no runes trom which pay ment may be made. Baseball Results Yesterday. Ji.Uoaai league. B. H. E. -t, ; r-rt ..........4 9 1 4'inHnnnti 5 9 0 Batteries Bailey. Martin, Carter and Daly; Keuther, Luque, King and Wingo. R. H. E. Phil.alnhi. 6 10 1 Wsstilnirton. - -...4 9 0 Batteries Perry and Perkins; Zachary snd (Jharrity. Brooklyn at Boston, postponed, rain. Aaaerieaa jVeacae. B. H. E Cleveland J 7 Detroit - 3 4 Batteries Myers and O'Neill; Dauss and Stan,Be- B.H.E. Chicago x St. Lonis 12 IS 0 Batteries Lowdermi.lt. Heath, Kerr and Scnaik, Wellmau and Billing!. R. H. E Boston -. t New York 6 10 :t Batteries Karr. Hoyt, Devine and Wal ters; Qoinn and Kuel. IbH. E. New York , 5 12 0 Philadelphia .4 It 1 Batteries Bmon. Donglas. Toney and Snyder; Weinert, Causey and With row. Aaeintloa. Milwaukee. 2; St. Pul.-3. Kansas City, 6; MlnneapHg, 8. L,nuisTille. 1: Colambas. flL Indianapolis 6; Toledo, 0. Wasiera Le V garnet pcheduled. tg-aa WHERE THEY tAT TODAT. Xatloaul LMfna. Cincinnati at St L.o:ia. Chicaffo at Pittsburah. Brooklyn at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Amertcmm League. St rouls at Detroit. Cleveland at Chioaso. New York at Washinjrton. Philadelphia at Boston. Western Assoc. ail . At PrumripUt. 2; Fort Smith, & At Enid. 0: Ckmnlree. 4. At Henryetta, 3; Chickasha. 1 At Pawhaska, 0; Springfield, 1. STANDING Or THE TEAM 9. National Ienarnsw Teams Won. Cincinnati 10 Philadelphia 9 Bourne. H Pittsburgh 7 Brooklyn, ...... 7 Sr. Lonia ................. tt Chicago 7 ew lore America Lmca. Teams Won. Chitjago lt Bostoo 11 Cleveland .......... .......10 New York v.. 7 St. JLmiis H Washington 5 Philadelphia 5 Detroit ........ .... 1 Ancrltia Association Teams Won. SL Paul 14 Toledo .................... 8 Columbus ........ ......... 8 Minneapolis 9 ivAaisnu'i ................. 7 Milwaukee 7 Xndlanapoiis .............. 5 Kansas City ....... ... 5 Lost. i i i 7 S 13 Lost. 6 n r 10 9 13 Tnlsa ..W Wichita 9 St. Joseph ................ j'Mmn ..... e ' rc :j ii a 4 le Moines ..' 4 t ) ti iahoina City ........ 3 fciuux City 3 Woo. Lose Prt ,nno .601) jw .423 ,41U .30B .79 .7 .."00 .K .17 ass Pet. mTL 500 .41-' JSTu .730 .5. .5") -Mi Washburn lost to St Marys Tuesday by score of 4 to 2 on the Catholraa diamond. The game was featured by three heme runs and two fast double plays. It waa a tight battle all the way, but four errors on the part of the Ichabods allowed St. Marva to slip thru with the extra runs. t Wyeoff the Ichabod pitcher, allowed but five hits and struck out eleven I men. Keiley. on the mound for the I catnoucs. allowed three hits and faaned Six men. The game was that scheduled for April 23, but postponed on account ef the death of Randall Sharpe in an auto accident. The Blue will play St, Marys again, at Topeka, May 29. -ore by Innings : K. H. E. St Marys . 001 028 1 I 5 l Waslibura . w 001 0012 3 1 O THE SQUARED RING Kansas City. Mo.. -ty 5. An injury to Ray bmlth, tiie boxing army sergeant, tias resulted In the eailing off ef the Bob Martin-Smith heavyweight bout which was scheduled here for May lo. scconlinr to word received from Scotty Montieth. Smith s manager. The message said Smith had broken a bone in one ana and would be out of the boxing game for three weeks. Pro motors were scouting today for a Martin opponent. 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We know market condition. The government inves tigations have given you NO in formation or encouragement of lower prices. Present prices will look cheap to you later on next fall. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are a good buy if you own them right. We sell them right. VOUNG MEN'S single and double breasted, pure worsted suits, special models, , exceptional quality $45 DOYS' 2 pant Cord- uroy, also Blue Sertre Suits, newest models, specially priced $11.75 MEN'S silk and ilk mixed ahlrts, very exceptional values, beautiful goods; special ly priced $4.65 MEN'S fine wor sted and Cheviot odd trousers, to match suits, specially priced $7.50 CTYUSH Spring Hats, newest colors, exceptional quality, specially priced (VriTTicatllaitacaaatBaeaarOT $5 AuerbachQ Guettel &a$e TlUUt foririFMsaniyjiuDs aesr rns Korlick's TH Orixiaal Avoii laaitatissa For fnihirta. Invalids and OrowtarCMMna I il.MlWOlltttetalW TaeOnginal Food-Dnnk For AUAgea M. i Ciiusisg Niiiirishing Oigeelibls aj II ' Mi.aafrrtJI.Kcmia, I if py - i Tj V. J A a 7 caM tamw nt. TBlly-McFirlsnil Pros Cs., Campbell rrag Co., A. C. KilBgaaua C, Kilnga. smaa at Boerer. li - - . . - - 1 11 CIXTY CENTS, a thousand cubic feet for natural gas was the price in Ottawa, Kansas, in February and March, to the 244 domestic customers whose hourly requirements ranged from 822 to 150 cubic feet. That average price was made possible by the Three Part Rate, the only solution of gas service difficulties yet advanced, which will permit a guarantee of perfect service at a reduction in price from the present rate of 80 cents. The Three Part Rate enables custom ers to heat their homes with gas, either wholly or partially, at a cost which effects substantial savings in annual fuel bills. The Three Part Rate conforms to the best conservation practices and places a premim on careful and intelligent use of gas. No other rate can do these things. A low straight meter rate en courages waste and renders continuous service impossible. The high straight meter rate so curtails the use of gas that further in creases in price are required, as you have seen. The Three Part Rate is a necessity. ' - . . ; KANSAS NATURAL GAS COMPANY. for Tame rart Bate B)fcl. A card . SIX Cnwaar n a elMtaa;. a City. Miseesrl. briaga M.