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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1920
r -A A Spring Tonic hold the secret o Ni ALL FIGHT MOVE Indicted Miners and Operators Want Home Trial. Charles Brans Hughes mil Represent the Defense. Medicinal Native Plants that life and death By Lee H. Smith, M. D. A man is seldom healthy and strong -who lives in the dark or . in sunless rooms. After all, Nature's Trays are found to be the best. Nature's remedies are always best for eradicating disease, and by this we mean a medicine made of plants and herbs. Dr. Pierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti tute, at Buffalo, X. Y., in many years of extensive practice, found that he could pin his faith to an alterative extract of certain plants and roots for the eradication of blood diseases. This he called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. . Containing no alcohol nor narcotics, entirely vegetable, this "Discovery" makes for rich red blood and is a powerful tissue-builder; gives the tired business man or woman renewed strength and health. Rapidly growing school girls and boys often show impoverished blood by the pimples or boils which appear on face or neck. To eradicate the poisons from the blood, and feed the heart, lungsand stomach on pure blood, nothing is so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. If you "put your house in order" by making the blood pure you will not be subject to such troubles. The spring of the year is the best time to "clean house" because of the toxins (poisons) stored up within the body during the long winter. This "Medical Discov ery" of Dr. Pierce's is just the thing for those who are recovering from attacks of colds, flu, or pneumonia. It has been sold for over fifty years and can be had in every drug store in the land in tablets or liquid. Send 10c for trial package of tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y. TODAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Earle Williams in "CAPTAIN SWIFT" In this picture Mr. Williams gives a unique perform ance of the bold and daring robber and bandit. And let us say that the star has nver been seen to better ad vantage than in a role of this kind, where the adventurer alternate? with the gentleman of the drawing-rooms. He makes the character of "Captain Swift" a likable one. COMEDY "The Grosery Clerk" One-of the clerks in "The Bis Down Town Store" said: "I would like to see myself as others see me." Well, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. Matinee, 20c -Shows: 3, 7:15, 9- Ta.i Included Evening, 30c ISIS If U,-' ' If TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY URKE CHARLES RAY . AND WILLIAM DESMOND "PEGGY" You must c Winsome Billie Hnrkc in a Vivacious Version of the Kvcr-npw. Old Story of Ixne and Fairies. A great orncdy, with Miss Burke at licr best. Jester Comedy TOTAL PRECIPITATION IN KANSAS, APRIL, 1920. Reports Furnished hj S. I. Flora, Tnited States Weather Bureau. Indianapolis, Ind., May 6. Charles Evans Hughes was to appear in fed eral court here today to represent the defendant coal miners in their ar raignment under a federal grand jury indictment charging violation of the Lever act, in connection with the re cent coal strike. The former supreme court justice was to present his argu ment on the miners demurrer to the indictment. i John L.. Lewis, president of the United Mine "Workers, was at liberty; under $ 10,000 bond today. He sur rendered immediately upon his return here from AYashington for the arraignment. The proceedings in federal court be fore District Judse A. . B. Anderson today were only for Indiana coal min ers and the Indiana operators who were indicted among the 125 named. There were fifty-five miners and oper ators to appear today. The other in dicted operators were fighting removal to this state for trial. A hearing on the removal cases is set for May 12 in the federal court at Chicago. lU KGLAli VOX ALL, ROUNDS. Ijcnvcnworth Hotel C-ucst Beaton in Midnight Kncountcr on Roof. Leavenworth, 4Can., May 6. Wil liam P. Harris, superintendent of city schools, is nursing a broken finger, a badly bruised eye and a deep gash on his face as a result of a midnight en counter with a burglar at the Colum bia howl Tuesday night. Harris was awakeed by an unusual noise and discovered the burglar standing on the porch roof before his open window. Leaping from his bed the superintendent grappled with the intruder and was attempting to pull him into the room when the burglar began beating Mr. Harris with a large club, stubbed wth nails and bolts Finally a blow rendered Mr. Harris's right arm useless and he was forced to release his hold. The burglar leaped from the porch and entering a waiting motor car disappeared. Horse Was Scared by Auto. Liberal, Kan., May 6. Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Roehr were thrown from a buggy when their horse became frightened by an auto and ran away Mr. Roehr sustained a broken leg and Mrs. Roehr a broken wrist in the ac cidfnt. Both are in the hospital. in Turkey" SHOWS 3 7 : 1 59 Matinee, 15c; Evening, 15c and 25c Tax Included Coming Monday "THE SAGEBRUSHER" The Picture You Will Always Remember ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE Name ''Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin say Bayer Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" in a, "Bayer package," containing proper directions for Headache, Colds, Pain, .Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Kheu matism. Name "Bayer" means genu ine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylic- acid. THURS. FRI. SAT. Last Episode "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" MUSICAL HUNTERS Presenting Thrir Artistic KovcJtjr "The Huntsman's Dream" RICE & GRAHAM ftinc'inr. ranrinf, Talking ISFiilSrrcF Cmdy Skfh "Adam Killjoy" liiWCirl Composer of "Tardanlla" iJiiAM Tb Act Beautiful vwWii teid" 3Js:i, YtZ ITr? ItS"1' Ulj 7f SO 7 l-77 AST. 10SX, ?.f 2 SM ' fi n V4!llfj M . f a t ff 1,73 -to xb M. ia r2jrJSy 1 I n If 1 aTyAM-nB7 J-Ul1' I (The amounts include the moisture from rain and melted snow and sleet.) This was the wettest month Kansas has known since lat June, and the ground was thoroly soaked in the northeastern and north-central counties. but the southwestern counties were needing rain all month. On Kaster Sun day occurred the worst snowstorm in the history of the state, which gave falls of five to twenty inches in the. northern counties and greatly benefited the wheat crop. IIACKXEY TETXS THE REAKOX. GRAIX MEX TO HOLD MEET. State Food Chief Explains Cause for High Sugar Prices. Wellington, Kan., May 6. In re sponse to many inquiries concerning the reasons for the present high cost of sugar. Ed T. Hackney, state fair price commissioner, issues the follow- g statement: "War nhnrtnires are ptill orient. Kurope's output if f;ir belw normal. KIghty per ceut came from Kuropc. 1 lie i uuan crop was curtailed one-half million tons by the drou pht. " l consumption or the l nnec! htflte reached n iiigh level during 1919 of h5.4." pounds per capita. It wilt be greater in 19L'0. This against pound during l'.H.X and 0 t pouii'ls In 1900. Demand lias increased 2.VMHH) tons per year. The ad vent of prohibition will greatly increase consumption. i he present American sugar market and favorable x'h:inire rare are brinurinir some sugar and it is hoped these offerings will prevent the Ihreaiciied shortage until the lii'-'O beet sugar begins to arrive about July nMr at :0O 7:45 9:15 Matine 20c; iiht S0-3fte Z7 DANCE Saturday night Everybody Welcome GARFIELD PARK DANCE t crs ir.ni school 8 t. r. SOCIAI 9 P. M. STEINBERG'S HAS BIG PROGRAM AHEAD. Council of Nations League at Home Friday to Consider Disarmament. Washington. May 6. A full pro gram awaits attention of the council of the league of nations due to as semble in Rome next Friday for its fifth meeting. An outline of preparations for the meeting received here shows that first steps are to be taken toward carry ing out such provision of the league convenant as international disarma ment, publication of all treaties en tered into by league members, plans for' the first meeting of the league assembly, admission of new members and many other matters. MANY HAD WAR, SERVICE. Third Kansas Medicos at Hutchinson Meet Wore Uniform in War. -Hutchinson. May 6. More than 300 Kansas doctors are here for the state medical society meeting, which opened yesterday. More than one third of the delegates In attendance were in the military service in the world war. The annual election of of ficers will be held tomorrow. Or. C. Klippel, Hutchinson, Is elated for pres ident for the coming year. Sixty county organizations are represented, according to Dr. Elmer E. Liggett, Os wego, state president. Sinn Fein Chief Denounces M- F Washington, May 6. Edward De Va lera, president of the "Irish Republic" issued a statement here today de nouncing a conference of the Meth odist church at Des Moines for adop tion of a resolution opposing American interference in the Irish question. Dealers, Millers. Growers and Farm Agents Called Into Session. Dodge City, Kan., May . Every branch of the grain trade is to be rep resented in a conference called here for May 10 for a general discussion of grain handling and marketing prob lems. Dealers, millers, growers and county farm agents, of this territory have been invited by the state agricul tural college to the meeting, which is to be the first of a series of ten in the grain growing districts. Other meetings are to be held as follows: Lamed, May 11; Great Bend May 12; McPherson, May 13; Welling ton, May 14; Kingman, May 15; Meade, May 1 7 ; LaCrosse, May 1 8 ; Hays May 19; Washington, May 21 Holton, May 2.. WILL BE KANSAS ORATOR. Baker Student Wins Honor of Rep resenting State in Contest. Baldwin, Kan., May 6- Kansas will be represented in the final interstate oratorical contest, to be held Friday Maj 7. at Hastings, Neb., by J- Paul Williams, a sophomore at Baker un versity. The title of Williams's oration i "The American Spirit." It is declared by judges who have officiated in the state and divisional contests this year to be one of the strongest in thought. composition and delivery presented, by a Kansas college orator in years, Williams represents Kansas in the coming contest by virtue of winning the state contest which was held at Wichita, March 5, and the divisional state contest, which took place at Farkville, Mo.. April 9. J. Paul Williams ia the son of Rev. and Mrs. C M. Williams, of Paola- CAR HITS CIVIL WAR VETERAN, BEATS GASOLINE AT 15 CENTS A GALLON New Invention Makes Fords Run 34 Miles on Gallon of Gasoline. Other Cars Show Proportion ate Savings. A new carburetor which cuts down the gasoline consumption of any mo tor, including the Ford, and reduces gasoline bills from one-third to one half is the proud achievement of the Air Friction Carburetor Co.. 387 Mad ison St., Dayton, Ohio. This remark able invention not only increases the power of all motors from 30 to 50 per cent, but enables everyone to run slow on high gear. With it you can use the very cheapest grade of gasoline or half gasoline and half kerosene and still get more power and more mileage than you now get from the highest test gasoline. Many Ford owners say they now get as high as 45 or 50 miles to a gallon of gasoline. So sure are the manufacturers of the immense saving their new carburetor will make that they offer to send it on 30 days trial to every car owner. As it can be put on or taken off in a few minutes by anyone, all readers who want to try it should send their name, address and make of car to the manufacturers at once. They also want local agents to whom they offer exceptionally large profits. Write them today. Adv. 30 et X! Drenirta, or ml prepaid UfttUABMl Mro. CO CUVttAKO, OM For sale by FRED x. WALKER, HUNT'S S4t fail? in th. treatment oTITCH. ECZEMA. RINGWORM. TETTER or other ttehiitc skia daetMl. Try a 7i cent box mt ur riak. Tolly-McFarlnni! Trag Co.. Campbell Prug Co.. A. C. KiiDgamall is Co., KiiDa mia k Uoorer. Diseased Skin Frecdea at onca from the sgony of kindiseue. The tooth inr wuh of oils. Try D, D. D. iff different. 5e. flt aad9lM- W ruTa.Dicetb Brt bottta. IMrLotJaaSbr Shin Disease CEO. W. STAXSFIELD. DruEliat. Cap.TH. K. Wentwortli Badly Bruised Hoyt Man Arrested. capt. II. 1. Wentworth. a t. ivil war veteran, was badly bruised Wednes day afternoon when he was struck by a motor car driven by George 1 leischer of Hoyt, Kan. Wentworth was alighting from street ear at the Union Pacific station when the automobile struck him. Pa trolman Gus Gallup arrested Fleischer for reckless driving. Gallup said the motor car did not stop while the car was discharging passengers. Fleischer was released upon payment of a flu cash bond. SOLDIERS HAD OWX BREWERY. Fifty Gallons of -Raisin Brew" Found in Raid by Officers. Junction City. Kan.. May 6. Pvt. Harry Tigh, an army baker, is m the Camp FunPton Ruard frouse awaiting arraisnment before I,. B. Ilorris, United States commiss:oricr nere, on a charge of violating t!io federal cry law. Tieh was arrested Wcfinencay night following a raid by Colonel McCleary, camp provost officer, on the unston coffee roasting plant. Jugs contam- ing fifty gallons cf raisin brew were confiscated as well as a barrel contain ing twenty-five pallons of the Drew m . tate of fermentation. The home brewery was located in the heart of the camp and is said to have been in operation for a consider able period before the authorities suc ceeded in locating it. The brew is said to contain a high percentage or alcohol. OVATIOX FOR LADY ASTOR. Lampooned by London Editor, House of Parlioment Cheers Woman. London. May 6. Lady Xancy Astor was loudly cheered late this afternoon when Bhe entered the house of commons. The reception came after a bitter at tack on the first woman M. P. by Horatio Bottomley in his publication. John Bull." Lady Nancy took a seat a short dis tance from the editor, who also is a member Kit parliament. Bottomley, in a full page article, characterized Lady Nancy as a hypocrite for her speech during the recent divorce law debate, in which she opposed making divorce easier. The editor said the viscountess had taken advantage of the same law which she now opposed by "a collusive divorce from Robert Gould Shaw." TAKE NOTICE of These Attractive 'nces tr Friday Dandruff Surely Destroys The Hair Girls if you want plenty of thick. beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all means get rid of dandruff, for it will starve your hair and ruin it if you don't. It doesn't do much good to try to brush or wash it out. ' The only sure way to get rid of dandruff -is to dis solve it. then you destroy it entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring: use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. ITou will find, too, that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop, and your hair will look and. feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid ar von at any drug store. It is inexpen sive and four ounces is all you will need, no matter how much dandruff you have. This simple remedy never falls. Adv. Uric Acid Treatment COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE PROTECTION THE CLARENCE B. JORDAN INSURANCE SERVICE. Phone S7 Adv. MEAT PROFITEERING IS CHARGE Armour & Company Aecusod of Tak ing Extra Profits. Boston, May 6. Profiteering In meat was charged today against Armour & Company and its New Eng land manager, John E. Wilson. The latter was arrested on a war rant issued by LT. S. Commissioner Hayes on evidence transmitted by the V. S. district "ttorney's office that lamb bought for less than ten cents a pound, plus freight charges of about four cents a pound, had been sold here for 25 z Cfnts. SHE KEPT AHSAl'LT SECRET. Eldorado Man Arrested for Crime Suiil To lie Committed Last August. Eldorado. Kan., May 6. Paul Mar tin, alias Morris Martin, 30, was ar rested south of Eldorado Wednesay, charged with assault on a lS-year-old girl last August. The complaint against Martin was sworn -out by the mother of the girl. She and her daughter moved to BMdorado last fall after the assault occurred so that the girl might be given medical attention. The delay in prosecution has been caused by the girl keeping the affair a. secret. Kingfisher Man Fnder Serious Cliargc. Enid, Okla.. May 6. Information charging Thomas Brown, living near Kingfisher, with an immoral offense againest his step-daughter, Fannie Newson, IS years old, was filed by County Attorney Ernest F. Smith this afternoon. O , 25 YEARS ASO IN TOPEKA From the Columns or THE TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL 4! May . 1893. J. B. Carmichoel. tbe Omaba'maa rho wan one of the principal purchasers of too Swineburne r:m-ti. bas almost closed a dpal for tbe K1 wards rauHi located thre miles and a half nortb of Silver Iake. He has tnWen an option oo tbe proirty nnd the sale will probably be completed tbih week. Tbe ranch contains acres and belonps to Mrs. Wesley Kd wards, who liw in New York City. The price is $JT.()0O. Mr. Carmirhael will probably cut the ranch up into farms. A man called at the State Journal office this morning and asked for the exchange editor. He bad a wagon be wauted to exchange for a cow. Earl MeNarv. the ynnnj? son of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. McNary, died this morning ot appendicitis at his home. IltfS North Quincy street. He bud been ill a week witb the disease. The W. T. K. club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. A. W. Parks. 09 North Quincy afreet. Miss Oertrode Tracy will lave tonight for Hutchinson where she wiil play in the piano solo contest of the muslcsl jubilee. Miss Nellie Clo?h spent yesterday at ber home in Leavenworth. Ia 1 la s. Tei. Aa ron Crowe. S. black, opened a re viral meeting here lat night. Aaron stnrted his spiritual exhortations at the if e of 4. 75c Bottle (32 doses) FREE Just because you start th day wor ried and tired, with ' aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back worn out before the day begins do not think you have to stay in that condition. Be strong and well. Get rid of the pains, stiff joints, core muscles, rheu matic sufering, aching back or kidney trouble caused by Acids. Get more sleep. If you rest is brok en hair a dozen times a msht, you will appreciate the comfort and strength this treatment gives. Rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles, and all other ailments due to excessive acid, no matter how chronic or stubborn, yield to The Williams Treatment. Send this notice and 10 cents to pay part cost of postage, packing, etc., to The Dr. D. A. WHlinms Co.. S 2oS3 P. O. Bldg.. East Hampton. Conn. You will receive a 75c bottle (32 doses) free, by parcel post. No fur ther obligation on your part. Only one free bottle to any family or ad dress. Advertisement, QUICK RELIEF FROM II Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicine physician for 17 years and calomels old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Oiive Tablets tvhile treating patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, but a healing, soothing Vegetable laxative. j No griping is ti"ynote of these little sugar-coate ifccolored tab lets. They cause the and liver to let normally. Thej ceyer force them to unnatural action, i If you have a "dark brown mouth" aad breath a dull, tired feeling sick leadache torpid liver constipation, you'll find quick, sure and pleasant re mits from one or two of Dr. Edwards' 31ive Tablets at bedtime. Thousands take them every night just o keep right. Try them. 10c and 25c ;intKiinimiittniu IF YOUR EARS RING WITH HEAD NOISES 4 If yon hare roaring, buzzing noises f In your ears, are getting bard of t bearing and fear Catarrhal Daafnea. go to yonr druggist and get 1 ounce toX Parraint double strength), and add to It V4 Pint of hot water and a f little granulated sugar. Taka 1 t3bleoonful four times a day. tThis will often bring quick relief from the distressing bead noise. t do (Tired notriia should open, breathing become easy and the 4 miKiis stop dropping into the throat. L It is easy to prepare, costs little sod 4 ii pleaant to take. Anyone who ha Catarrhal trouble of th ears. ia 4 rard of hearing or h.is hnd noises 4 should jrie this prescription a tr:a. jb Advertisement. iM I MM MM IM MM MM li Men's Silk Mixed Worsted Suits, Friday $35.00- Special lot of ineu's silk mixed v.-o-sted Sui.s. fabrics that will stand iha stonchest kind of wear; extra v.ell tailored. If bought on today's market these Suite would have to be priced to . sell for S10 more than our CQP l iiday r"'ce of vJI Young Men's Suits $40.00 These Suits are i x'raordinary values and are the last shipment of an early purchase which was delayed by strike in the manu facturing plants. Snappiest etyles for young men in cinclo and double breasted models in most popular fabrics and patterns. Every suit guaranteed :o your satisfaction. Take advantage of this special offer of Q4fl Young Men's Suits a: J"4U Men's and Young Men's Trousers $5.95 A fortunate purchase enables us to offor you choic of men's Worsted Trousers and young men's fancy caseimere Trousers Sizes 27 to 44. A splendid pav ing for you on every QC pair Friday at Ji7t9 Men's Famous Lee Union alls, Special at $4.35 Tho Celebrated Ixx' I'nioiialla, the famous 1-piece garment. Made of good weight khaki cloth, double stitched, riveted buttons and nine pocket. Size? 38 to 42. Our special Of" price Friday only V.OD Men's $6, $7 and $8 Spring Hats $5.00 All this season's styles and odd lots to choose from, in all the popular shapes and colors. If bought in the regular way, these Hats would sell at IS. T and fS. Value-giving sale Friday at , . in Ail Departments of the Store Men's Shirts Special Big Values $1.95 If you liurw the real valin of the Shirts offered in this Friday sale, you would lose no time in ' availing yourself of the oppor tunity of supplying your needa for at least a year. Most all sizes and styles to be had. Qualities worth a great deal more than our Friday pries 95 Men's Shoes and Oxfords, Odd Lots $4.85 When you see these Shoes and Oxfords, you'll agree with us they compare, with other stores' $10.00 grades. They are odd lots put cn the table for your , selection, T. . ff4 Of? qualities P'XaOD Friday Bargains for Boys Boys' $10 Corduroy bautla. well tailored, a great bar- f rtt" f I .JJ $5.00 gain, Friday... Boys' 2-Pant J15.00 Corduroy suits, wonderful values in these, b 11 new goods, Friday Boys' $1.75 Knickers, full lined. full cut, 7 to IS years. h riday Boys' Overalls, agea 2 to 1 years, a great Friday bargain Boys 7Re and 6c Union Suite, all sizes, Friday Mule Tots' $1.60 Itompers. fast color, light and dark ptt OA terns, Friday OVC Boys' Kazoo Suspcuder WnMs, (1.09 quality Friday Mttle Tots' $5.5 Middy Suits, best makes, special OC Friday pJ.SIO IlttleTots' Jf .50 and $3.59 Wash Suits, fast color, ages !"j tr S years, special Kri- J J 65 Be Sure to Come to These Bargains Friday! full lined, ' $U5 2 to 1 $1.50 ...69c s. fast 89c Wo Ms. 65c Auerbach Guettel Paint Protection is a Necessity Without a protective coating of paint your buildings would soon be destroyed. Moisture, rain, sun and wind quickly cause decay and deprecia tion. The only preventive is a surface protection of good paint, ave the surface and you save aU." ACME QUALITY House Paints give the best and most lasting protection. Thry ar. economical to use, because they cover more surface and last loncer than ordinary paint. Tour painter knows the quality of Acme Quality Paints and Finishes. He will approve your selection. If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or finished in any way there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the' purpose. Oor Home Iecortlnr booklet or Aome Qu.ilitr Palming GuM Book gives a lot ot useful Information about paints and flulsbn. It s free. Acme Quality Paints and Finishea may be secured In Topska from the following dealers: .T B. Whelnn Co 7H Ks.t 4th SL Waddle Rettinsr ...,.J4 I.lm-oln Kt. M'derrr-Dildley Lumber Co Sill Jarkann Kt. H. Itr.lt.nat.ln Ilsrdwnre Co 2S N. Kan.ei Are. O. Ii. Knaigo Drug Store :xH Foreat Ave. Acme Quality Paint Store H Iigtributcra 28 Kansas Ave. I hone 447. SEE THE "BABY FOX" PORTABLE ALT. 5IAKES SOLD RENTED KKPATRED Topek TYPEWRITER Eich"e H.C. 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