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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL -FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1920
11 Safe Milk For Infants A In'aUd A Nutritious Diet for All Ages Quick Lunch at Home or Office Avoid Imitations and Subititntet MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative T CHILDREN'S HOUR Ot til ORPHEUM Saturday at 10 . m. TOMORROW" PHOO RAM. mnv MAKIE nBORV, in "nolly-. Vacation" (OHI) K.IUC'ATIOXAI. KVKN-TIKE" An KHnratlonal and ccnlc Children, 10c Adults, 25e (Xa tax) Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look lor the name California on the package, then you are aure your child is having the Best and most harmless nhvslc for the little stomach. (liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taate. Full direction on each bottle. You must say "California." SOCIETY (frontlBHCd from preening . PfcM About a hundred friends called at the G. C. Bowman home thia after noon to meet Miss Jessie Colville and Miss Dorothy Colville of Carbondale, Pa., who were school friends bf Miss Mildred Bowman in Wellesley college. Guests were received by Mrs. Bow man, Miss Bowman, Mrs. Sidney Ever ingham of Kansas City and the Misses Colville. Mrs. Bowman wore an aft ernoon gown of gray georgette with white bead trimmings. Miss Bow man's frock was a spring affair of light silk decorated with blue ribbon and a frill. Mrs. Everingham wore a dress of black satin combined with net. Miss Colville's dress was of dark blue georgette crepe with embroidery of gray chenille and Miss Dorothy Colville wore gray georgette with blue chenille embroidery and trimming of dull blue ribbon.- The rooms of the Bowman home were made particularly lovely for their tea by many vases of purple iris. On the dining 'table as a centerpiece was a low crystal bowl holding lilies of the valley and pink and lavender sweet peas. Assisting Miss Bowman were Mrs. M. H. Haig. Mrs. W. D. McDonough, Mrs. Jack Sleeper. Mrs. Arthur Dil lon. Mrs. Arthur Buff, Mrs. Kenneth Alexander, Miss Josephine Perry, Miss violet Crumbine. Miss Emily Beery, Miss Alena Philbin, Miss Jane Alex ander and Miss Mary Parkinson. The, story is told of a. club woman Payne's Series of Supreme Values Ranging in Price $9 to $12 It is the purpose of this store to give our Patrons the ut most In Quality Footwear at Prices you can afford. A mere look at the charming and varied styles offered will convince you that Payne's Shoes are most Economical. They interpret the Prevailing Mode in a way that please women who discriminate they are stylish without being over-styled. Do you wish a dainty Pump smart Colonial or Chic Rib bon Tie for your afternoon or evening wear or a delight fully easy Promenade Oxford? Here you will find the fav ored ones at Prices you CAN afford. Children's Slippers Youthful Daintiness c o m b i n e d with a wearing service that pleases Parent s yet not expensive. Bhime fw& fee. , rut big &SH0E Store 7s kahsas av. Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin I Topeka IBond -in $100 and $500 Denominations A limited amount of city of Topeka Im- ' provement Bonds at par and accrued in- terest, 4 straight. NO COMMISSION Here is a splendid opportunity for the H small investor to buy nontaxable city of Topeka securities. W,H.WASSON, 1 Commissioner of Finance. jS City Hall. ' 1 E3 at the Hays convention who proves the versatility of her kind. She is an important woman whose name is well known all over Kansas. She was visit ing the art exhibit at the Hays normal and broke away from a group of friends to look more closely at some modern water colors which happened to have been painted by a normal teacher who also happened to be near by. "Oh, what vful " she began, but the painter lady saved her, "Oh, are you interested In themT They're some little things of mine," she said, sweetly. The club woman made a re markable recovery and called to her club lady fjiends In the middle of the room, "Do come over here and look closely at these. They are so 'wonder fully lovely from over there but they look so awfully queer tfhen you get close to them. The best pictures do. don't they?" she asked the maker. BETWEEN VS. 1 am not sure but it seems to me in this great life as far as I have gone it's just a game of little adventures that we play in if we lose no matter it's Just the same and it's experience gained which we may use to guide us thru some other problem; When we win we seldom look back but dash along for other worlds that we may conquer until something rises up with a club and gives us a bat right in the ego which just about breaks our dear little hearts and we can't under stand how we can go on in this cruel world without out toy land or love or business or play and it's very strange but we do go on; I don't know as it will help you much but I want to confess that I have had my highest hopes, my great est ambitions crushed before me and the next day or the next week or per haps the next month I have always found it was for the best so now you see' that I am wise to this old thing what ever It is that steers our course when we are blind and consequently when I get a bump that don't seem right I up and smile for I know well the time will come when I will see ihat it isn't right that we should get all trie things we want and pray for and I guess that will be about all. N' S' A Notes And Personal Mention. Mrs. Francis Strickland of Colby will come Monday for a visit to Miss Helen Reinbach, who is here from Chicago the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Reiribach. Mrs. G. W. Davidson Is confined to ner home at 1104 Quincy street be cause of a broken bone in her foot which she Injured Wedn-rday by a fall on Kansas avenua at Eighth street Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Borger of Allen town, Pa,, wlil come next week "for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. George D. Walp in College avenue. Mrs. Rollo R. Howden of Skidmore, Mo., will come soon for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day of St. Francis are guests at the home of Mrs. R. S. Hendricks and family, 812 Buchanan street. Mr. Day is asso ciated with W. C. 'vt'olf in the publi cation ef the St. Francis Herald, Mrs. James Q. Byrne of El Paso is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Keith. Dr. and Mrs.- George P. Williams are the parents of a daughter, born Monday. They have named her Eve lyn Lucile. Mr. Henry Kramer of St. Louis Is In Topeka for a short visit to old army friends. Mrs. C. w. Kouns has returned from a visit In Kansas City. Four a penny, as long as they last. Military Sisterhood will give a choice of a great number of articles with every sale made at 219 Kansas ave. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson have gone to New York. Mr. Johnston has business in that city and Mrs. John ston will visit her sister, Mrs. C. J. Smith. The Assumption Aid society will hold a food sal at Crosby Bros. Sat urday, May 15-. Sandwiches will be served at 12. Adv. Miss Ellen ' Brett of Ponca City, Okla.. arrived last night for a short visit at the Kappa Kappa Chi house. Well "Armed ! li SUIT FILLS MANY TRAVELING NEEDS x v ml Sat uraav Daraams IN OUR BASEMENT ' V J& i r ? I When- company comes there is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is al ways a can of CALUfVlET BAK.ND POWDER on hand' Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputa tion as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She noa?s it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings evrry day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved, officially by the U. S-iFood Authorities. Tra save wWa yea tmy H. Tot raca t " k The woman who travels should never hesitate between a suit or a Coat when she is choosing her travel ing outSt. There is everything in favor of the suit, especially when traveling without a trunk. There are very few places today where a suit would not b appropriate. Hera is a pretty semi-tailored model which would make an excellent outfit for the summer t' vajer. BRITISH ARE SATISHED. Wilson Only Landsman Says Admiralty Expert In Answer to Charge. -- London, May 14. "The main thing in the admiralty's Work succeeded," Admiral Sir. Cypfian Arthur George Bridge, retired, leading British naval expert, declared when asked his opin ion on President Wilson's charge that the British nnvy was over cautious during the war. Archibald Hurd. naval expert for The Telegraph, protested publication of documents not intended for the world at large. Hurd praised the American fleet, especially the destroyers. "We need not take over-seriously the statements of a landsman like Mr. Wilson that the admiralty in 1917 was helpless to the point of panic," the critio beilieved. ElxECTROCCTED for M IR I) Kit. The "LAUNDRY QUEEN" Could you, with your washer, put out 150 pieces of wash in an hour and a half? If not wouldn't you like to be able to? How would you feel if you had your wash on the line before the real day had begun? The new "Laundry Queen" helps you do . this. It has a" swinging1 wringer. Let the machine do all your rinsing, and blueing be sides the regular washing. The machine will do the work of two people as con sistently and thoroughly as you could do It yourself. No complicated parts, sim ple and' easy te operate, every gear closed, and a quarter horsepower motor. Either wood or copper tub. 1 Remember, the money you pay your laundress wijl soon pay for this machine. $7.00 delivers this machine to your home. Let us Demonstrate in Your Home Hanging Baskets We have a quantity of Hanging Baskets, excellent crockery, nicely finished in floral patterns. Large size, complete with inset and chains; regular $3.00. Special $1.95 Small size, complete with inset and chains; regular $2.00. Special $l.-rj Porch Boxes Wood Porch Boxes, nicely , painted ' 36-inch box , $1.50 30-inch box t ,. 1.25. 24-inch box ; 1.00 Odd Dishes We have some odd dishes out of broken sets. Some real bargains Platters 25c up Plates. ...5c each Bowls, nappies, cake plates and odd glass ware at greatly reduced prices. Cemetery Vases Get your Vases for Decoration Day. Clear glass Vases with pointed base for use on graves ; Regular 40c. Special. ..... .29c One Protested His Innocence Until the Very tost. New York, May 14. Richard Harri son and Chester Cantine were electro cuted at Sing Sing shortly before mid night last night. Harrison went to the chair for the murder of George Griffiths, a Cana dian soldier; Cantine was convicted of murdering Carl Dansiger, an aged Poughkeepsie grocer. Harrison contended he was innocent to the end. SCHOOTj CONTRACTS HELD VP. Wichita Contractors Refuse to Deal With Trades Council. Wichita, May 14. One-.half million dollars' worth of public school build ing work here Is tied up because con traotora refuse to recognize the build ings trades council. The council demands that the con tractors deal with it instead of with the labor unions separately. NOTICE, A. 0. U. W. Members of Capitol Lodge No. S are requested to atten the funeral of Brother Joseph Lang tomorrow after noon at 2:30 o'clock. Services from Penwell's chapel. Lodge services at the cemetery. W. M. GRAY, Master Workman. F. C. CO.VELL, Recorder. a X ( r When thirty-eight line have been made, you'll see an r- of the finest grade. EMAHIZER-SPiEUAN FURNITURE CO. 517519 Kansas Ave. f DLUE Serge is one of the Standard 1 H cloths of America that in these days gives so much H E . of value for the investment. In our extraordinary Sale which continues uninterruptedly until May 30th you will find a most 5 S wonderful assortment of pure wool, fast dye Blue Serge Suits S 5 made standard and every one warranted. Read .the conditions 5 of this Sale, and the remarkable reductions: ' 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 Summer Clothing. $25.00 Suits at . . . .) 319.75 ' $30.00 Suits at ... . $24.75 $35.00 Suits at ... . $28.75 - - $40.00 Suits at . . . . $31.75 $42.00 Suits at ... . $32.75 $45.00 Suits at ... . $36,75 $50.00 Suits at ... . $39.75 $55.00 Suits at ... . $43.75 $58.00 Suits at . . . . $45.75 $60.00 Suits at . ... $48.75 $62.00 Suits at. ... $49.75 $65.00 Suits at . ... $53.75 $68.00 Suits at . . . . $55.75 $70.00 Suits at . . . . $58.75 $72.00 Suits at . . . . $59.75 $75.00 Suits at $6375 $80.00 Suits at . . . . $65.75 SZ3 eat I sr.: mm ' 701-703 Kansas Avenue ' 3 Clothiers to Father and the Boys E3 e-4 2 H r-3 3 E--3 5 3 E2 3 3 r3 S3 Draw from ene to two and so en to the end. :ilii!!!ili!!!iHili!lii!!l!i!!i:!!li!lli!l!!li:ii!!:!!l!liI!!i!lll!ll!!i!I!!ii!!lii!li!iiI!!