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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL -THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1920 6 , y ? : i 1 y. TELLS OF I.W.W. James C. Shearman, Wichita, Addresses Rotary Club. Tight Radicals With American ization Program, He Urges. James. C. Shearman, of Wichita, rho a instrumental in the recent convic tion of a number of I. W. W at Kan sas Cltyv told members of the Rotary club of the T. W. W. organization at lunch today at the Chamber of Comr rnerce. "Abolishment f( the wage system, destruction of property, the overthrow of capital and the control of produc tion by the laboring- class., murder, rape, arson, sabotage, coupled with in vidious propaganda to fr.n the see:hin$ flames of discontent these are the beliefs. he creed, the religion above Clod, above country, above labor un ions, above everything, to which the I. W. W. stands pledged," Shearman assorted. ' "The I. W. W. oranisation is fifteen years old," he continued. "It was or ganized in 1905. Its organization lines run into every industrial center of the United States. There are special de partments for all different varieties of labor. The agricultural bolt is con trolled from M in iifa polls. The opera atlons of the f. V. in the state of Kansas are directed from their head qunrters in Minneapolis." Shearman declared that it was time the thinking men of the United States woko, up to the disaster approaching thru the machinations' of the I. W. W. lie RUfrgested that the ways in which The danger might be met were in fight ing I. AV. W. propaganda with the propaganda of Americanism, in the strictest resjulatlon of the immigration laws, in the Americanization education of the foreigners already in the United States. Eloping Girl, 10, Carries the Grips for Lover of 13 Kearney, N. J., May 11, Carrying a suit case in each hand, little Vera Thurton, 10, trudged down the tracks of the Erie railroad near Arlington this afternoon. Behind her, his hands in his pockets, walked Roy- Davis, 13. Charles Schmale, sate tender, recog nized them as the young couple who 'eloped" Tuesday night when Roy's foster parents threatened to send him bark to the state home lor boys, and the search which police and members of their families had kept up for two dayS'Was ended. . They said they spent Tuesday night in a garage and on Wednesday visited New York, returning to New Jersey-at night, and sleeping in an open field. WESTERN ROADS ARE TIED VP. Heavy Rains Responsible for Many Washouts Reported. Denver, , May IS. Washouts of bridges and tracks die to heavy rains and melting snows badly tied up rail roau trartip in Wyoming, western Ne braska, South Dakota, and Montana toiay. The worst damage was reported be tween Alliance, Neb., and Kdgemont, S. D., with a dozen railroad bridges washed out. Burlington trains were re-routed. Landslides and washouts in Mon tana interfered with traffic over the Northwestern,- the Northern Pacific and Burlington lines. CHEAPER CLOTHES FOR V. S. MUTT AND JEFFTeacher Mutt and Pupil Jeff Make an Interesting School, s.w&rprvL'ssr by bud fisher Oklahoma 'ii.y A young ninn stopped nut of n rinsed enr in front f n bnrber simp hop'-, reached tinder n hen which he won tHktnjr t mnrk.'t In n bos, walked in t h shop, handod the bnrber an ess and ttnlTo.i mi vyrg Bhninpoo. England Proposo!-i to Import AU Wool ; Suita for $32 Kch. New York, May 13. All wool suits, made in England, will be offered American retail clothiers by J. C. Shannon of the firm of John Shannon & Son, of Walsall, England, at price below those of any American manu facturers of men's wearing apparel, according to Shannon, who arrived here today on the Cunard liner Car mania. Shannon said that because of the cheaper production costs, his com pany could deliver to Afnerican re tailers men's suits of the best wool at 132 a suit. MOTHERHOOD Busliong, Ivans. "I am the mother of four children and from hit experience vith Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription I fully ap preciate its value and can highly recommend it to prospective mowiers as it weips vo aiieviate one's suffering. During my first expectancy I suffered untold pains, so the second time I was deter mined that I would avail myself of some means to lessen the agony, and I can say without ant hesita tion that the 'Favorite Prescrip- I tion' earned me through that try ing time with all the desired ease and comfort. Later on, however, 2 T mailo a crriAVfiiis mistakft in he- jfpff j lieving that I could dispense with ' ' n tne 'Favorite Prescription' during Tzii '3 motherhood and I did so to my vf?r 5 sorrow. It will always be my stand-by hereafter. JvMl T hnn ihnt. through fh?. statement some other woman may be relieved of the dread of mother hood." MRS. V. W. EOWLEY, Koute 1. 1 "Favorite Prescription" should have the full confidence of every woman in America because it contains no alcohol and no narcotic Send lOo ta Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package tablets, also write for free confidential medical advice if there is need. . Xb$!f Dr. Pierca long since found the herbs and roots provided by Nature to overcome constipation, and he had these vegetables col lected and made up of Mayapple, leaves of Aloe, root of Jalap, little white sugar-coated pills, that he called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, and placed them with the druggists everywhere. ,ir T. t Mil MvjTT, I KET Jee spivis just Nvi AMD HE SMOBD( Me SOCTHIIOG THAT SoPS THe POCK FISH J HAS feECOMC COIMCeiTED twce He's Gox Cm the peuce cowcexei? O0CeX S ecextsM.! if YOU vw4H IT t'l- GiWCYOO AN " EXAMVtE THAT Uilt-C MAKE TH MeAWlNJG CI-eA. Fiwe &O AH6AIV VUA RICH, FO INSTAWC6 on. svjpose x at MAN), WHAT UjOULb ow say t uAsr ASK WILSON TO DECIDE ' Palmer and Post Want to Know Who Is Who In Alien Problem. Washington. May 13. President Wilson will be asked by Attorney Gen eral Palmer and Ass't Sec'y of Labor Post to decide which official shall con trol the administration's policy toward deportation of aliens, according to in formation received today by Demo crats on the house rules committee. Palmer charges Post released many aliens taken in "Kd" raids, while Post insisted the department of justice evidence in many cases was insuffi cient. The attorney general will appear before the rules committee. May 2. to answer cnarges made against his de partment, and Chairman Campbell says he will be asked to state whether he acted with explicit approval of the president In rounding up the "Reds" or whether the White House has ap proved Post's policy of releasing, ac cording to labor department records. nearly 1,300 aliens during the last six months. PROTEST INDUSTRIAL COURT. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEWS VlrV Tremendous Value -Giving for Friday and Saturday In our showing for this sale Is included any suit in our store, as well as a num ber of genuine Royal Tailored Suits that : have been uncalled for. AH , Koval Tailored Suits have a Deposit ' made from 310.00 to 320.00. and you may have the deposit bv paving dif ference. Suits from Our Own Stock in latest styles, for young aijd older men at overwhelming reductions. $28, $32di, $35 Compare our prices with others. TKf I Ijtrtlrs X2.0I) Silk llnso $1.13 'EOT CJasey Hats tor Summer Wea .-,.r.o tu Franklin County District Objects To Dam Across -Mara is dc Cygies. Officers of Drainage District No- 1, Franklin county, today appealed to the supreme court for relief from a recent order of the court of industrial relations. The appeal is taken to test an order of the industrial court per mitting tho building of a dam across the Mara is de Cygnes river by the city of Ottawa. Recently the industrial court issued an order providing that the city of Ot tawa might construct a new dam. Provision was made in the order as to the height and width pf the proposed new dam. This order was contested by the drainage district which now appeals to the supreme court to set aside the finding. , BANK CLEARINGS HIKE SHOWN. Total of $3,42,819 la Increase Over It Week and Year Ago. 'Topeka banks cleared a' total of $3,429,819.45 during the week ended today, according to the report of Theodore Mueller, manager of the lo cal clearing house. This is an. in crease of 3260,315.39 over the corre sponding week a year ago and an in crease of 314.359.16 over last week. The clearings for the week last year were 33.169.504.O6 and for last week 33,41,460.29. FIND ANOTHER. CLAIMANT. Daughter of Original Gibson Girl Wants Part Field Estate. Chicago. Ma 13. Another claim ant for a share of the 360,000.000 j esiaie o xne laie nenry rieiu appeal ed here today via proxy. Nancy Perkins Field Tree, widow of Henry Field, and who was recently married to Arthur Ronald Lambert Field Tree, a cousin of her husband, filed claim thru attorneys for 36.000, 000. Mrs. Tree is the daughter of Ivy Langhorne. the original "Gibson" girl. HE LEAPED TO HIS DEATH. Chicago Sulaidc Narrowly Missed Kill ing Others at Same Time. a .Chicago. May IS. An unidentified man today leaped to hia death from the ninth floor of the elty hall build ing here, . narrowly missing a dozen persons on the sidewalk below. A card was found in his pocket bearing the name,: "Thomas Wilkinson." Local Mention Cash paid for liberty bonds. John Kleinhans. 327 Quincy. Phone 2761-J. Adv. Dr. Lyngar, Dentist, tot Kansas Aire. Adv. Safety razor blades sharpened better than new, 25c-35c doz. Culver Hard ware Co. Adv. J Cards' of Thanh We wish to express our most heart felt thanks to our friends and relatives for the beautiful floral gifts placed upon the remains of our deceased dauKhter, Lueile C. Gibson, May 12, 1920. Mr. and Mrs. W. W- Gibson and family. Adv. We wish to thank our friends who so kindly asaisted ua during the Illness and death of our beloved mother, and for the beautiful floral offerings given. W. H. Zarker and family. Adv- C. B. Zarker and family. 4) 1 KANSAS CHARTERS GRANTED Two charter application! were ap proved tort ay by the atatft charter board. The new corporations include: WlrWtta National OU anil Coralty com pear. Wichita: capital $,n0.000. Senbrook Farnwrs' I'nion Oo-oiwraiive a 9 aociatlon. Sea b rook ; capital. $10,000. 1 h Atlanta "Tome !ben.v pleaded dnstT John William. '. Came two cop. "Thr wor.n't ff)kipinp domino ; thj vnt ?tisar drtiolcos." William aid when tbey ac cused bim ot swallowing the efldeace. - A Bootless Boon? To bnt the H. O. I-., we know For a "Burefoot Club" are ' rootinj.' W hope 'twill ?et a toe-hold, , For it stands on a good "ootine:' Clr-Cingle. Pfav on all phonograph. -Kouns Sis ters' latest record. 116 K. 0th at. Adr. AH tnmies of Liberty Bonds bought and sold. The Shawnee Investment Co.. 534 Kansas avenue. Adv. The Uallroad V. M. C. A. reported to the police today that two roll of rubberoid had been stolen from the lustitution. Miss Freda Fletcher, 511 Tyler street. Is suffering from a broken arm and other injuries sustained in a Tail on tne staewaiK on her way to work Monday morning. Dr. A. B. Jeffrey hog purchased the reM dene in Potwin formerly occupied by H. W. Jaeobs, who now lives in Chicago. It is a -large houEC located at 117 Greenwood avenue. Paul Lawless gave a group f voral solo and Miss Grace Schoonover. dramatic 'art instructor at the high school, gave several readings tit the high school assembly exer cises Wednesday. Miss Mary Sweet who has'been visiting in Kansas City returned today to attend the meeting of the board of directors of the Y. W. C. A Miss Sweet Is chairman of the rHifrioua education department of tha 1". W. C. A. Rev. Alfred W. Moeret for -nine years a missionary in India, will deliver an ad-; dress cn the mass movement in India at the Westminster Presyterlan - church. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. m Mr. Moore, is home on a furio and arrived in this country about six weeks ago. ! J. W. Van Pruff, charged with passing a worthless check at the Abe Jacobson j pawn shop for $10 last September and an other check for $1(5 at the leader clothing I store in Febrnarv. was located ot Powhat-' tan by the sheriff's force. Sheriff Hugh Larimer returned to Topeka ..with Van Druff Wednesday evening. K. P. Walters. North Topeka. told Judge Tlfid M. Lee In the court of Topeka that he was drunk when he passed a bad check on a store near his home and that payment on 1 his check wss stopped by his wife. Judge Lee dismissed the caw, advisinjr Walters to ; lent his check book nt home when ha went out on another "spree." , James W. Going, for several years president and general manager of the Shawnee Fire Insurance company of To peka. has opened a general agency of the Peninsular Fire of Grand Rapids In San Francisco. Mr. Going has been In the in surance business in Chicago and -on the Pacific Coast since bis departure from To peka six years ago. The Going family lived for many years on Topeka aTenue be tween Ninth and Tenth streets. Mrs. Go ing's daughter, Mrs., Albert M. Patten, lives In Topeka. ' TOPEKA H. S. ENTERS FIVE MEX. Will Compete In Invitation Track Meet at Lawrence, Friday. Five men will represent Topeka high school In the Invitation track mfeet at Lawrence, Friday. Topeka, is expected to place high in the relay high jump, and quarter mile run. Anderson, high jumper, holds a record of five feet, eight inches, made at Lawrence two weeks ago. Crosby, Bruce. Gates and Campbell compose the relay team. Bruce will run the 440 and and Gates the century dash. Crosby wilt com pete In the low hurdle. MAY PUT BONUS IN CAMPAIGN Executive Committee of Ix-Kion Plans to Foirco Bill Thru Congress. Washington, May 13. The- execu tive committee of the American Le gion has been called to "Washington next week, in an effort to force thru congress a soldier bonus bill before the convention recesses, it was learned today at legion headquarters here.- ' Plans are for the committee, which is composed of representatives from all states, to continue in session until the measure is passed or until the recess is taken, which probably will be early in June. If the bill fails, a delegation will be sent to each convention to obtain ap proval of the bonus in the party plat form, it was learned. MILWAUKEE BREWERS READY. Are AU Bendy to Kurnlsh Brew if Supreme Court Allows It. Milwaukee, "Wis., May 13. Milwau kee brewers expect a favorable de cision on prohibition by the supreme court Monday. They have started preparations that will permit them ot supply brew to saloons within forty eight hours after the decision is handed down. Local brewers learned that Justice Brandeis will leave soon for Palestine, and believe a decision before he de parts a certainty. Pabst wagon drivers have been In structed to collect old cases and empty bottles at once from both saloons and homes. ' - .. r'AYS HE CARRIED DICE. Wife Also Charges Railroad Man With '? Cursing. One of the allegations against John L. Foley, a signal man for the Rock Island, in a petition for a divorce filed by Vella Foley, was that he carried dice in his pockets. Then, there were other charges, including cursing and failing to provide her with a home. The Folejs have one child Kathleen Alice. They were married at Del Rio, Texas. July 11, 19J8. DEATHS A1 tUJiEEALS w York XJbertr Bond ' Market. New York. May 13. Liberty bonds finil : SVs, 91.S0; first 4's. 85.51; second 4's, 85.00; first 4Vi'. 86.00; second 85.00: tlilrd 4Vs. ss; fourth 4Vi'. SB.40; Victory 96.S2; Victory 414 's, 85.90. New "York Stock Sffrket. Wall St., New York. May 13. STOCKS Tbe stock market was less susceptible to professional pressure toduy, standard is sues showing signs of sn over extension of the short interest. Sales 750.000 shares. Failles tf the mid-season were extended later, oli, steals and equipments recovering much of their losses. In other quarters however, the advsnce failed to show apprec iable improvement. The closing wss irregular. Chios Grain mad Provision Market. Chicsifo. May IX CORN Close: May. l!Hi: Julv. $1.75'il-i5V4 ; September, tl.K!V4ei.UVj. OATS May. tl.04',4 ; July, lV4c; Septem ber. 75f't7r.c RYE May. S2.17V4; July, till2.11V4; September. 1.97V.. PORK May, ?S&35; Jdlv, ."?7.S5. LARD May, fctt-'o; July, $21,442; SepL, e--i 't "filrig May, tl8.25; July, $13.05; Sept., tie.75, . Kansas City Kay Market. Kansas City. May 13. HAY All classes of hay, nlfalfa in particular, sold actlvely todsy. Prices were firm and unchanged. New Tsrk Stock Market. (Furnished by T. J. Myers, Colombian Plde New York, May 13. Toost ies. Am. Beet Sugar... 8iH . Anaconda 5TiS - A. T. & S. F.. c 7i 70 Baltimore A- Ohio ""' : Cenrrat Lentb'r SS fln Chesapeake & hio SOX C. M. t St. P., ce .M 34V R. L, c : .... :3i :a Chino Copper Sl 31 M. K. T 7k 74 Colorado Fuel & Iron SIVj threat Northern, p... 73 7:: Inspiration 51 &1H I". S. Rubber 84 aft Baldwin Locomotive-. . ...114 115 Kenn. Copper 37J ' 274 Bethlehem Steel SU - 1', n. y. c f.s ; flH White Motors r. 5Ui 51H Missouri Pleific 24 Pfcnn. Railroad ' Sn'ii Reading Wj - M;s Sootiiern Tsciflc .." W' .914 Studebaker TO 71' 1 1'nion I'aoiflc ................ .11 .Vh 111 I". . Steel, :..... . B'i t tsh pier, Cfis c'i vTabcah ". neriil Mo;ors lufwj ,.v..;. " 7Tsi Ainer. Inter. Corp. .'. .... 8rt Sinclair . , . . - ' - o4 Tie funeral of Mrs. Ktvira Hargraves, age 08, was held st 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the Free Methodist church. Burial in Mt. Auburn cemetery. Th funeral of Asdy Swarts'age Cfl, who died Monday at his home. ''So Monroe street, will be held at 8:.10 o'clock Friday morning from the St. Joseph's Catholic church. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. The funeral of James Goff, age 07, .who died Monday iu a local hospital, was hc! Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from Shef labarger's chapel. . Burial in Topeka cem etery. The funeral of P. E. Oden, who died May 11, will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from the Church of the Holy Name. Bnrlal In Mt. Calvary cemetery. The body lies In state at tbe home south on Topeka avenue Friday afternoon. - EDWARD W. EVERETT, fatter of .T. C. Everett, assistant pastor of the First Pres byterian church, died in Emporia Wednes day morning. Funeral services will be held Friday. The funeral of William Modrelt. who died Monday at 385 Green street, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 . o'clock from the Pentecostal Tabernacle,. Twiss and State streets, JOHN SPRADTjEY died1 Wednesday at the home of H. M. Ray, ten miles west of Topeka. Funeral announcement later. Lord's Flowers Satisfy. . Tel. HI Aflv. Amerlco'sDcsigners. Ore of the incidental questions, of the war, which fashion magazines at least, seemed quite important, was whether America could design her own fashions. This question was an swered promptly, tho, with varying degrees of success by all of our lead ing , modistes. The general outcome showed that American could clothe her Jair ones, and that right taste fully, without Europena help. Many a young art student with a gift for color and line came to the front much sooner than would have been possible in peace times, showing that America, when forced to it, will recognize her own talent. " - Now that the war is over the newly discovered American designers have no intention of giving in again to auto cratic Paris. In fact some of the latest styles from Paris show that France is ju longer so. autocratic in this -wiatter of dress. Well-known Paris dressmakers are showing some styles which were created over here. P4UH AND 7-'i ' m f'Jgw yemW out- SVAT COM1-YS' ) "-T SWCATM son coaur Vjr mcmrnhvuton END YOUR FOOT MISERY Cal-e-cide positively tire quick relief and lasting results. It penetrates the pons and removes the cause. (Plasters in each package for Stubborn Corns) All drug stores. 35c HeacoCo. Daroe-Ofcia XEW YORK SADOOXS OPEN. Enforcement of Dry law in Gotnam Too lJ4x says Judge. New York, May 13. Saloons in this city are running full blast providing law breakers with "abundant liquors of the worst kind" because of lax en forcement of the prohibitory law. Judge Gharle C. Xott declared today in general sessions court, imposing sen tence of seven to fourteen years on Frank Murray, who pleaded guilty to first degree manslaughter. "Crime would be decreased if those charged with the enforcement of the prohibition law did their duty," he said. SEVEN NEW M. E. DISTRICTS. Fourteen More Bishops Are Included In New Plnn. Des Moines, Iowa, May 18. The episcopal committee of the Methodist general conference today filed its re port recommending the election of fourteen new bishops and the creation of seven new church areas. The new areas recommended for creation are: Indianapolis, Mexico City, Copenhagen, Calcutta, Singapore, Paris and Foo Chow. NOW STUDENTS ARE ANGRY. Northwestern Faculty Abolishes Hon or System Too Much Cribbing. Evanston. 111., May IS. Indignant students and co-eds at- Northwestern university prepared to protest today against the decision of the faculty in abolishing the honor system. The honor system, installed five years ago, meant the students at ex amination time would go into the class rooms and take the examination with out supervision. Now professors will stay In the class room and watch to see that there is no cribbing. There has been no let up in the cheating, professora said. ALJLEN MAKES APPOINTMENTS. D. P. Mills on State Barber Board - C. E. Painter on K. C. City Court. Governor Allen today announced the appointment of Charles E. Painter as marshal of the city court of Kan sas City, Kan., second district. Painter is named to succeed J. P. Wiles, Jr.. deceased. The appoint ment is effective immediately. The governor also appointed D. P. Mills of Erie as a member of the state barber board. The appointment Is for a three-year term. TO ELECT H. S. MAY QUEEN. Girls "Will Vote Friday Mothers To Bo Guests at Party. A meeting of all girls of the high school will be held Friday morning to choose the May queen for the annual garden party to be given Friday, May 21. Nominations are made by the senior girls and the queen, is elected by girls of all the classes. Mothers of the high school girls will be guests at the garden party, which is to be held at Central rark school. Grow Your Hair GET THIS FREE ' ! 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This sale is still in force, and we will keep our word with g H the public If you are interested in the purchase of high - grade Clothing- Men's Suits come while there is yet time. Read this: I : : 1 Every transaction must be for cash. No charge will be made for alterations. Every Suit in the store will be offered for, sale, except Palm Beach, Mohair and Sum mer Clothing. - $25.00 Suits at . . . . $19.75 $30.00 Suits at . . . . $24r75 $35.00 Suits at . . . . 328.75 $40.00 Suits at . . . 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