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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING MAY 15, 1920
Dollar Day Sp i tana c AT THE Two ItteaSSU Stores $1.00 TOILETS for less 2-50c bottles Listerine,' 78c. 2-25c bottles Listerine. 38c 2-oOc bottles Klenzo, 78c. S!oc bottles Klenzo, 38o. tl.00 bottle Famo Hair Tonic. J 9c. 2-COc bottles Cocoanut Oil Sham poo. 18c. $1.50 bottle Jonteel Toilet Water, $1.00. 2-50e bottles Harmony Shampoo, 09c. ' $1.00 bottle Septone Hair Tonic. 09c. $1.00 Harmony Toilet Water, 2 for $1.01. SOAPS assorted as you wish. Falmolive, doz., $1.00. Palmolive Glycerine, doz., $1.00. Palmolive Peroxide, doz., $1.00. Palmolive Cocoanut Oil, doz., $1.00. Rexall Toilet, doz., $1.00. Rexall Castile, doz., $1.00. Rexall Shampoo, 6 cakes, $1.00. Rexall M edl- cated, 6 cakes for $1.00. Shah of Persia, 5 cakes for $1.00. TALCUM Collates Talcum, 8 cans for $1.00. Pompeian Talcum, 6 cans for $1.00. Djer Kiss Talcum, 4 for $1.00. Boquet Ramee Talcum 2 for 51 1 Toothpaste Dol'ars worth of Pepsodent for "Sc. Dollars worth of Pebeco for 78o Dollars worth of Kolynos for 78c. Dollars worth of Rexall for 78c. Dollars worth of Klenzo for 78c. 3-35c Tooth Brushes for 69c. Stationery 3-50c pounds of Cascade paper $1.00. 2 -7 l r: boxes Me dallion Linen, $1.00. 3-50c b o xv e s Scenic Linen, . fl-00. Shaving Supplies Dollar's worth Gillette Blades, 85c. Dollars worth Gem Blades, 85c. Dollars worth Durham Duplex Blades, 85c. Dollar's worth Enders Blades, 85c. 3-3 !"jc tubes Palmolive Shaving Cream, 79c. 8-35c tubes Daggett & Rams dell's Shaving Cream, 79c. I-35c tubes Rexall Shaving Cream, 79c. Save $1.00 on Boston Bags' We are headquarters for Boston Bags. We are associated with the laTgest buying orcraniza-' tion in the United States and are able to offer you the best values at the lowest price. Dol lar Day we will sell .Boston Bags at $1.00 less than regular price. We have tham in two grades of genuine leather in 13-in 14-in., and 15-in. sizes at $5.00 to $15.00. Save $1.00 on Knicobocker's Spray $2.00 Rterno Heat Outfits for $1.00. Food Specials 2-4oc jars Peanut Butter, 56c 2-S0c Opeko Tea. c. 2-55c Opeko Coffee, 86c. 2-50c Grape Jam, 76c. Save $1.00 on Rubber Goods $2.50 Maximum Hot Water Bot tle, $1.50. $2.50 Maximum Fountain Syringe, $1.50. Guaranteed for vtwu years and sold only at 8,000 Rexall Stores. Ru b y Fountain Syringe, $1.00. 0 TWO REXALL STORES 835 Kansas Are. 72 TYPOS GET PAROLES EASILY Editors Need Printers and Go to Hatohln-son Reformatory For Them. Hutchinson, May 15. When the Kansas Editorial association met in Hutchinson recently the editors vis ited the state reformatory, on a sight seeing trip, ana inspected the print shop in the institution. There were five inmate3 at work there who were expecting to be paroled soon, who had learned the printing trade in the lnsti tution. Printers are in demand. The visit ing editors soon booked every one of them. Yesterday they received paroles and left to take jobs over the state. Bethany Wins Track Meet. Lindsborg, Kan., May 15. Bethany won a dual track meet from Hays nor mal here Friday by a score of 79 to 30 The Teachers got only three firsts. Carlson, with 23 points: and Sward, with 16, were high men. The mile run, was easily won by Schesser. of Hays. Cold weather made the meet slow. Baseball Results Yesterday. National Lrtagne. R. n. r Roston 4 U 2 Chii-BRO 7 6 1 Batteries Hearn. Kiulolph, Scott and Gowdy; Carter, llendrix aud O'Ferrell. it. rr. e Philadelphia 3 i:t o Cincinnati 4 5 0 Batteries ("antwell, Welnert ami Wheat; Iiiug, Eller, Iteuther and Itariuun. It. H. E. Brooklyn 5 11 y St. Louts 1 7 3 Batteries rlmes and Miller; Goodwin and IHllmefer. New York at Pittsburgh, postponed, rain. American League. ' , R. H. E. Detroit s 1 Washington .' 9 13 3 ' Batteries Imuss, OKlbam. Glasler. Aln "mltb and Stanase: Johnson, Erickson, Cleveland at Boston, postponed, rain. Chicago at New York, postponed, rain. St. Louis at Philadelphia, postpoued, rain. American Association. Indianapolis. 8; Milwaukee, 7. -Louisville. 7 : Kansas City, 3. Toledo. 0; Minneapolis, 1. Columbus, b; St. Paul, 9. Western League. Tulsa, 2: lcs Moines, 3. Jopllu, 1; Omaha, 4. Oklahoma City, 2: Slonx City, 3. Wichita, 0; St. Joseph, 7. Santa Fe Club Opens Season Here Tombrrov 4"V The Santa Fe Baseball Club. Heading from left to right, top row: Carl W. Moore, business manager; K. Martin, pitcher; C. E. Simpson, tirst baseman; J. E. Leech, right field; E. O. Johnson, first base; R. C. Peterson, third base; R. B. Ramsey, secretary-treasurer. Center row: E. D. Seitz, ' pitcher; W. C. Wells, manager, second base: D. S. Wells, shortstop; H. C. Simpson, utility; M. Schell, catcher. Bottom row: R. Vogel, catcher; H. H. Griffin, center field; L. R. Herring, left field. The Topeka Santa Fe club will open the season here tomorrow with the Wilson Packers of Kansas City at Western League park, and prospects are that it will be a real game. The game will start at 3:15. ( The Wilson team carried away the pennant and cup in the Packers league last season and have an even stronger team this year. Roy Sander son, formerly of the Kansas City Blues, does the twirling for the champions. The Santa Fe club has gone thru a period of intensH'e training and added the finishing touches this week. E.' D. Se'tz will open the game on the mound tor Topeka, with M. Schell be hind the bat. Seitz has shown good form this spring. K. Martin, H. C. Simpson or E. O. Johnson will be ready to step into the box in the event If $1.00 IX ipeo HARDWARE Do Not Fail to Check This List as There Are Many Items You Need. Black Fly Lawn Wheel $1.35 Screen Wire Mowers Plows Spading Fork $1.25 for $1.00 off $1.00 off ' $1.00 ' $1.00 nnsnnnnHK 65c Rake 5 Electric Roller O'Cedar Mop 65c Hoe Light. Globes Skates , $1.00 $1.00 . $1.00 $1.00 off " Bottle Oil 25c - $1.00 Detroit Unbreakable $6.00 White aBMBiB.BBBi Oil Stove Vacuum Baby $4.25 Copper Oven Bottle Bath Tub Bottom $1-00 off $1.00 off $1.00 off Wash Boiler " $1.00 off Aluminum 10-quart $3.00 iMMHHB Tea N Aluminum Garbage 12-quart Kettle Kettle Can , Aluminum $1-00 off $1.00 off $1.00 off Kettle $1.00 off Coaster 10 rods $1.25 Wagons Fencing Coffee Gas ' $1-00 off $1.00 off Grinder Plates $1.00 off $1.00 off 4 $1.25 Tennis Balls Laundry Any $1.25 $1.25 Wizard $1.00 Baskets Pocket Knife Wall Mop $1.00 ' $1.00 $1.00 TWO 30x3 wmm TT" JVnlr W 4-00 Set of $1.25 Butter Patch, $1.50 Spark Plug Fearless Canners $1-00 $1.00 off Body Polish s1-00 off $1 25 i $1.00 $1.25 Daylo Shaving Kennedy Tool Flashlight Brush e, i nfi i nn $1.00 off Norcross $1,U" Um --a- Cultivators $6.50 Red $6.75 Dover $4.25 $1.00 Top Electric Electric . Icy Hot Grills Iron Lunch Boxes Aluminum $1.00 off $1.00 off $1-00 off Percolators $1.00 off $1.00 Nozzle $6.50 Polar 4 cans with Cub Bathroom Bird 50 feet Electric Fans Enamel Cages Garden Hose $1.00 off Cleaner $1.00 $1.00 off 713. Kansas Ave. riwwwwrm wmv 'a 1325 .j.ijl.i.i.i..i,i,Mi:iH.CTa.i.i.-j- ASE 'BALL Western League Park SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920 3 :15 P. M. KANSAS CITY Wilson Packing Club (Winner 1919 Pennant) vs TOPEKA Santa Fe Admission including Gate, Grandstand and Tax, 50 Cents. Box Seat, 75 Cents. ' he shows signs of weakening, how ever. Last Sunday Manager "Cap" Wells divided his men into two teams, the Regulars and the Yannigans, for a try out game. The Regulars won. He then chose the best men to sign up for the regular club. The playing field at the park has been put in the best possible condition the grandstand repaired and washed out. Cushions will also be on hand. The fence around the playing field reminds one of old Western League days and a number of live business men have taken the opportunity of displaying up-to-date signs advertising their business. The auto parking space has been en larged to furnish ample room for all desiring to -drive out in their cars. There will be no charge for auto space, except for tickets for the occupants of the cars. The street railway com pany has promised adequate service to handle the crowds. A supply of score cards will be furnished free at the game. R. B. Ramsey and Carl Moore will be business managers of the club this season. "I realize we are up against a stiff proposition for an opener," said Man ager Wells today, "but even if we lose, I'm sure the fans will get their money's worth." Topeka's line-up for tomorrow fol lows: K. Martin, pitcher; Schell, catcher; C. Simpson, fst base; W. C. Wells, second base; Peterson, third base; D. S. Wells, shortstop; Leech, right field; Griffin, center field; Her ring, left field. MVHAWKERS WON IX NINTH. Took Second Game of Aggie Series by Score of 4 to 3. Lawrence, Kan., May 15. With two men out In the last half of the ninth inning and two men on bases ,Gray doubled and enabled Kansas to win the second straight game from the Aggies here . Friday afternoon. The score was 4 to 8. The Aggies started the scoring in the first inning when an error by Wood, singles by Quinlan and W. Cowell and a base on, balls netted them two runs. Kansas evened the score In the fifth inning on a hit by Smith, two errors, a hit batsman, and a sacrifice fly. . The Aggies went into the lead in the eighth on a double by Burton and a single by'Quinlan. . In the ninth inning Uhrlaub, the first man up .for Kansas, walked. Wood sacrificed. Isenberger struck out. Murphy singled and Gray dou bled to right field, scoring Uhrlaub and Murphy. Uhrlaug who held the Aggies to two hits in the game yesterday, pitched the second game for Kansas again. He allowed five hits and struck out seven men. Score by innings : R. H. E. Angles 200 000 010 3 5 3 Knnsss 000 020 002 9 1 Jsntteries Otto end Ouilfoyle; Uhrlsub nnd Bunn. Umpire Larry Quigley, Salina Wesleyan. SCORES' SECOND SHUT-OUT. St. Marys, Kan.. May 13 St. Mary's won the second shut-out game in two days here Friday, by defeating South western, to 0. Thursday score was 6 to 0. It also was the third confer ence game won by the locals this week and the fifth of the season with no defeats. The game was fast and all scores were made on short hits. Score by liniings: R. H. E. St. Mary's 000 016 010 S 9 1 Southwestern 000 000 00" 0 2 C Batteries Lane and Kelley; Wells and Cairus. WHERE THEY PIAT TODAY. Tisttlonal League. Brooklyn at SC I.onls. New York at Pittsburgh. I'hiiadelphlft nt Cincinnati. Boston at Chicago. American Leasne. St. Louis at Wasliintfton. Petrolt at Philadelphia. . Chicago at Boston. Cleveland at New York. Western Association. At Enid. 1: PawTiuska, 0. (Game called fourth Inning, rain.) At Okmulgee, 8: Springfield. 1. At Chlckasha, 4: lmmright. 3. (Called in seventh, to allow Drumright to catch train.) At Henryetta. 4: Fort Smith, 10. STANDING OF THE TEAMS. National Incue. Teams Won. Boston ...11 Cincinnati ................15 Pittsburgh ...Jl Chicago . 1 Brooklyn 10 St. Lnnl 9 PhiaUelphia New York ". ... 7 anertcu lieasne. Teams Won. Cleveland Hi Boston ..It Chicago 11 New York. .....11 St. Louis 10 Washington .. ........... 9 Philadelphia 7 Detroit 5 Americas Association: Teams Won. St. Paul 19 Colnmhns .......... ....IX Louisville 12 Toledo 12 Milwaukee 12 Minneapolis ..........12 Indianapolis 7 Kansas City S Western Leairne. Teams " Won.' St. Joseph 15 Wichita 13 Tnlsa lfl Omaha ... Joplin ... ..... Pes Moines .... Sioux City Oklahoma ...lO 10 '. . n Lost. A 9 9 12 10 j:: l.t 12 Lost. ft 7 9 10 11 io 12 17 Lost. 6 9 9 10 IS 1 i:t ' 19 Lost. 6 . S 9 9 JO 11 1.1 15 ret. .04 ; .625 .V) .sou .500 .409 .409 .306 Pet. .727 .067 .5.1) .524 .470 .474 ..KV .22' Pet. .700 091 .371 .54." .4X0 .402 .r!50 .296 Pet. .714 .lil9 .521, .2o0 SPEND A DOLLAR SAVE A DOLLAR Dollar lay Specials Monday & Tuesday, May 17-18 We might say "Extra Special" since ' they're additional reductions to our already special prices now in effect FOR LAR. DAY $5.00 Hat $6.Q0 Hat $4.00 $5.00 NECKWEAR SPECIAL $1.50 values ... $ 1 .00 SHIRT SPECIALS $3.00 qualities. ....... . '$2.25 $3.50 qualities $2.65 $4.00 qualities $3.15 $5.00 qualities. $3.85 $7.50 qualities $5.85 $8.50 qualities $6.85 $10.00 qualities $7.45 $12.50 qualities $9.35 $15.00 qualities; . . .....$ 1 .65 $16.50 qualities $12.85 SPECIAL LOT FANCY SILK HOSE $L25 values $1.00 KNITTED TIES $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 qualities $2.95 EXTRA SPECIAL IN SUITS FOR DOLLAR DAY $45 qualities $32.75 $50 qualities $38.75 $55 qualities .......... . $43.75 $60 qualities $47.75 $65 qualities $52.75 $70 qualities $57.75 $75 qualities $62.50 jplim H.Harlin CLOTHING COMPANY MEM ft WEAR. 706 KAN8AI AVE. Kincaid -Kimball Clothes Remember Monday is- Dollar Day You'll be down town getting your share of the Bargains. Don't worry about going home and all the bother of getting something to eat. Just drop in here and you'll find GOOD WHOLESOME FOOD COOKED RIGHT Try Monday Or Any Other Day For That Matter J New Cafeteria 818 KANSAS AVE. SEE THE "BABY FOX" PORTABLE , Al l, MAKES SOLD RENTED REPAIRED Topeka TYPEWRITER ElchaDe B.C. Parker Stt Kama. An. Fboa SOS ' ? Tears' Cnwlnn.' II CvoM! Specials for DOLLAR DAY Cousins Sho es tor women $16.00 Patent Colonial Pumps ) Q85 $16.00 Oxfords, Patent and Kid f 1 3 $15.00 Dull Kid, one-eye Tie I $ T 085 $15.00 Kid Pump, Cuban Heel j l, Other good makes. t $13.50 Black and Brown Suede Tie j $13.50 Patent Oxfords, Baby French Heel '$11 35 $13.50 Black Kid, Cjolonial Buckle ( 11 $13.50 Brown Calf, one-eye Tie ) $10.00 Patent and Kid Pumps $7.85 Buster Brown Hosiery $1.00 Values, two pair for $1.00 823 Kansas Ave.