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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1920
The Store of Style, Quality and Value Edward's Cloak Co. 605 KANSAS AVE. TOPEKA May Ssii of Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses This sale will break the monotony of high prices Large assortments of standard merchandise greatly reduced in prices The Newest, Most Fashionable Suits, Dresses and Coats Offered at Phenomenal Savings May Clearance of All Suits Choose from our entire stock of Suits at the season's lowest prices. Jaunty models, braid and button trimmed, fancy ves tees of contrasting colors ; belted and semi-fitted. You will find many other styles. Every Suit well tailored. Made in the popu lar Spring colors in Women's and Misses' sizes. Offered in five groups. $35.00 -Suits at $19.75 $40.00 Suits at $22.50 $50.00 Suits at $29.75 $60.00 Suits at $34.75 $80.00 Suits at $49.50 t p. Ei May Clearance of Newest Coats Kvery Coat in our stock is reduced in price for this Sale. This is a re markable offering from the stand point of value and the generous as sortment of clever styles. Elegant Coats in refinod and original models. Made of Silvertones, Polo, Velours and Mixtures. The values will appeal to you.' $14.95 $18.50 $24.50 $29.75 $36.50 All Skirts on Sale Here is a splendid collection of New Spring Skirts, embracing practically every new Idea of fashion. Heavy Taffetas, Satins, Charmeuse, Wool Plaids, Serge, Tricotine, Baronet Satin, Kum Si, Kum Sa, etc., are the materials used, some with beautiful embroidered de signs, values from $10 to $36, in five groups at $6.95 $9.95 $12.50 $18.75 $22.50 M Silk Dress .Sale An array of pretty Dresses that will delight women who admire pretty clothes. The quality is the impor- tant fej.tur3, and the styles are the season's favoHtes. Materials are Taffeta, Crepe de Chine, Satin and Georgette Crepe. Offered at prices that barely cover cost of material and workmanship. ' Values from 130 to $70. Specially priced for this sale in five groups at $14.95 $19.75 $26.50 $34.75 $43.50 El mi -mm v .iiiinn i 1 jll EXTRA SPECIAL QtZ U ISZry Newest Spring and Summer Hats pJ sC 2 iti Yourself Just what we are of- ri i f lermg you in ouits I or J? Men and Young Men. Cheaper " than Elsewhere Highest quality, best tailoring, latest styles. $25 to $40 GLOBE CLOTHING CO. 51S--KANSAS AVENUE-516 M $5.00 REDUCTION ON QAS RANGES A-B Gas -Range Week May 8th to 15th Take Advantage of This Sarins on Ranges scoccAooccccooocccccoccoccccco Phone 1325 drill -i3.-t O. & van rmui nn rfiu a. ri 1 KB.-f.i.i J &&MH!y 713 . Kan. Aye. A GAS RANGE FOR EVERY KITCHEN WANTS WHIP HAND PresideHt Wilson Has Planned Spectacular Campaign. Veto Thursday But Starter In Driye for Control. Washington, May 14. President Wilson has prepared a militant and dramatic political program which, as leader of the Democrats, he will prose cut, with vigor- against the Republi cans and the "insurgents" in his party ui.til the San Francisco convention nominates a candidate. This information has been received by the president's most ardent sup porters in congress, but is evidenced further today by his sharp message to congress vetoing the executive, legis lative and judicial appropriation bill and his demand that the Democrats make the treaty the paramount issue in the campaign. The main object of the president, his friends believe, is to resume such an active direction of the party dur ing the next few weeks that he will be able to dominate the San Francisco convention. The majority of the house Demo crats were pleased at the president's unexpected veto of the legislative bill on the ground that congress is trying to usurp the power of the executive. Representative Garner, Texas, Dem ocratic whip,, is confident that unless the Republicans modify the provision giving the joint commission on print ing control over all government pub lications to which the president objects, an attempt to override the veto will be defeated. Nitti May Remain in Power. Paris, May 14. Reports from Rome said today it was considered t likely Premier Nitti would remain in 'power despite the unfavorable vote in the chamber of deputies. 4 TO THE f THIATM3 hat'sTme WRY I f EEL Y ABOUT IT. Now on this day I hare a lot of good tHuga to say about tbe bill at the Novelty. The new sort of serial taken from actual stories by William Flynn, the famous de tective, and done Into two reel subjects are refreshing: in that they are complete stories and very exciting. The opener Kailot and Latnont have an extra clever offering and both boys handle everything in a capable manner. The comedian has an ingratiating personality. Their act in cludes a swift and genial satire on "nut" coniody, the humor of which they extract quietly with considerable talent. On second were Argo and Virginia, he with a harp and she with a voice. She- has a peculiar individuality about her work and puts over her two songs with consiaeraoie cnarm. She Is youthful, good looking and well dressed. Argo plays the harp in a "know how" manner and extracts much applause from the audience. A nice clean offering. Isabelle Miller and company performed a time -worn sketch with display of mucli ability by the trio. Miss Miller graciously Slay a her part and tbe two assisting mem ers are good. The finish of the act is rather passe since prohibition took effect. Morris and Greelev Dresent-a swift, foolish line of chatter, are gifted in the art of vaudeville wit, nuinor ana satire. very funny. The Four Sola res close with a fast acrobatic offering that held attention. -It is a very good show and well worth your time. "The Birth of a Race." It Is with a great den) of pleasure that I am able to Inform you about Garfield Lem, Hooper's booking at the lsis next week. "The Birth of a Race." 1 have heard a great deal abont this picture so I looked np its record and find that it is 100 per cent good. It has been playing to long run records in every city shown. It is a pic ture of mankind's struggle for the ideal of brotherhood turnout the ages and It took more than two years to complete the pro duction. I have beeu looking up the critics' reports, from over the country and have yet to see one which does not praise it highly in every way. I do not hesitate in the least to recommend this to vou. It will be shown at the lsis all next week. And I guess that will be about all. N. S. A. USE "TIZ" FOR SORE, TIRED, ACHING FEET No more puffed-up, burning, sweaty, calloused feet or corns. Just take your shoes off and then put those weary, shoe-crinkled, ach ing, burning, corn-pestered, bunion tortured feet of yours in a "Tiz" bath. Your toes will wiggle with Joy; they 11 look up at you and almost talk and then they'll take another dive in that Tiz" bath. 'When your feet feel like lumps of lead all .tired out Just try "Tiz." It's grand it's glorious. Your feet will dance with joy; also, you will find all pain gone from corns, callouses and bunions. There's nothing like "Tiz." It's the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cause foot torture. Get a box of "Tiz at any drug or department store don't wait. Ah! how glad your feet get; how comfort able your shoes feel. Sou can wear shoes a size smaller if you desire. Adv. GRAY HAIR BECOMES DARK AND BEAUTIFUL Try Grandmother's Old Favorite Recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea-nd Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and luster to the hair when faded, streaked or gray. Tears ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and trouble some. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Compound." Tou will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe improved by the addition of other ingredients, at very little cost. Everybody uses this preparation now. because no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it so naturally and evenly. Tou dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw .this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, and after another ap plication or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you look years younger. Adv. OTenl&ClQSljjr Why"OyerallClubs"forWomen? When You Can Be "Uniformed" in New Spring Apparel at the following RADICAL REDUCTIONS. FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Without Hesitation we have diligently reduced prices on most all our spring- stocks. It's early to underprice but we fall closely in line with public sentiment. ' The prices are a revelation at this season. See the garments and you'll appreciate the values. Extreme Economy in These Smart New Coats Models That Were Good Value at Original Prices Going Tomor row at Reductions as follows: Polo Cioths Gup M Q 7C Velours, Evoras, x VlOiiU Cordets, Tweeds, (etc Manufactured to retail up to $27.50 'Polo Cloths Gold Tone Velour, Jerseys, Poplins, Short and Longr Models, Newest colors and combinations 4 Manufactured to retail up to S 35.00 ! Finest of Broadcloths Evoras, Jerseys, Velours, Velvets, etc. Long and Short Models Manufactured to retail at $45.O0 to S59.O0 Group No. 1 $23.75 Group 3 Special Week-End Sale of Spring Suits Handsome Suits Obtained in Purchase Augmented With Our Higher Cost Models Values up to $59.00 Beautiful Spring Suits $35.00 The suit you have wanted is here, made up with all aorta of clever touches and fashionable ideas jauntily placed pockets, a new hit of embroidery, or a new collar Idea. Not even the smallest item has been overlooked -fashioned out of the popular cloths of the season. Values to $85.00 New Spring Suits $57.75 Trim Suits of fine men's-wear serges, tricotine. poiret twills and silvertones, in navy, brown, black and tan. Tail ored and sport models. Ripple backs, plain and em broidered. Values $59.00 to $75.00 $49.50 Extraordinary Sale Fine Dresses VALUES YOU CANNOT APPRE CIATE UNTIL YOU SEE THEM $23.75 Street and afternoon dresses of the more distinctive sort? Heretofore the outstanding successes of the season at higher prices! Assortment includes representative variety of newer models in Silk Taffeta, Beaded Georgette, Satins and Offec- ' tive Combinations. For Your Graduation Dress What -would be more pleasing than one of the beautiful new combinations of Organdie, which comes in plain and barred patterns. Blue, Pink, Mais and Orchid, ranging Jn price from $1.00 to $2.50 th yard. The popular vogue white Swiss Organdies is very new. White Swiss Organdies (shrunken) priced at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, ?2.O0 and $2.25 the yard. Fine Silk Hand Bogs, with best quality silk linings and fitted with coin purse and mirror. Values up to $8.00. Special for Saturday. $4.00 Genuine Jjeather Hand BaKs, with top strap handles Values up to $4.00 Special for Sat urday, $2.50 Narrow Ix-nthcr Bolts, la black, rrey. tan and navy, 75c values Saturday Special. 59 Silk Hosiery Onyx Brand $5.00 Values, $2.05 Thousands of pairs In one bis let. Every pair made with POINTEX HBEJU Borne have lisle top and sole while others are all pure silk woven with double hem tops, double heel, toe and' sole. The lot consists of black and white in the me dium and extra heavy weights. Blzee to 10. Onyx quality, values to $5.00 2.03. BEAUTIFUL FOULARDS From every hand we are getting; reports that printed silks are being; sold more freely than in any former season. You will want at least one frock of these lovely silks, they are so cool and summery looking; and they are always read yto slip right into. The style possibilities of foulards are almost limitless.- The one-piece slip-on, the more elaborate draped or pannier styles as well as the many beautiful combinations with taffeta, georgette or crepe de chine, all featured in this sale. $5.00, 36-inch Foulards, $3.98 Beautiful satin finish, wonderfully soft, yet firm and strongly woven, exquisitely designed in all the favored tones for spring, $3.98 Yd. $3.50 and $4.00 Foulards, $2.98 36-lnch wide, at least twenty-five different styles from which to choose, in light or dark colorings, you are sure of finding a pattern here you'll like. $2.98 Yd. $4.00, $4.50 Foulards, $3.49 3-inch width, floral and clever figured styles characteristic of foulards, a lovely good wear ing silk for only tmm $3.49 Yd. 39-inch All Silk Crepe de Chine, $2.75 White, pink, malse, nile, turquoJs. flesh, steel, emerald, wisteria, navy, copen, Alice blue and many other new shades to be made up alone or combined with foulards for clever -afternoon or street frocks. $3.50 All Silk Chiffon Taffeta, $2.85 Black, white, navies, copen, Belgium, Bruges and Alice blues, old rose, taupe, pearl, pigeon, slate greys, reseda, and ucalyptus ' green, many other very attractive summer colorings. Many of them will blend wonderfully with the foulards or as an all taffeta frock for warm summer wear $2.85 Yd. $4.00 and $5.00 Crepes at $3.49 40-inch Crepe de chine and meteors, a com plete color range is offered in this line. These are extremely low in price for lovely quality crepes. Some are being sold in more recent purchases at $5.50 Td. Black, white, pink, flesh, and street and evening shades. $3.25 and $3.50 Georgettes, $2.79 40-inch extra good wearing qualities taken from regular stock, offered Saturday at drastic reductions. We are including many of the most popular tones, street and evening shades for the summer frock or blouse, also shown In shades to match the foulards for tunic or trimming. $2.79 Yd.