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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1921
HE HASJIG JOB
Secretary of Kansas Teachers'
Ass'n Has Much Work.
Must Eaise $50,000 Per Year
The job of being a hired man to
16.000 teachers is no snap. Some of
the duties of the secretary are: To
have charge of the publicity work;
edij the Kansas Teacher, which has a
circulation of 13,500; finance the en
tire association, which means to raise
$50,000 annually; to manage the
teachers' placement bureau and dic
tate 1,000 letters a week. The secre
tary's position is no bed roses and
when the annual convention of the
Kansas State Teachers' asHociation is
in sesHion. it becomes worse, as he
has personal cha rge of the Topeka
meetings, at which 7.000 teachers at
tend and he has to keep In close touch
with the other three conventions
which are in sesMlon at the same time.
rTo Secure Kiirollnioiit.
The Kansas Htate Teachers asso
ciation's financial existence depends
upon the enrollment of every teacher,
principal, superintendent, board mem
bers and other persons who attend the
rnpptiims. The men.bershin fee is onlv
Move Child's Bowels with
"California Fig Syrup"
K t n a ernsr, frvrr'eh. bilios, or
constipated child loves the "fruity"
tastii :tt '('alifnrn'a Flff Syrup.' A
tfa spoonful never fnili to cleane the
liver and bowclfJ. In a fiw hours you
tan sre tor yourself how thoro-shly
it v.o'liH all t ie sour bile, -and undi
gested food out of the bowels rnd you
havp a well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "California
F'.r? syrup" handy. They know a texi
snoonful today paves a sick child to
rn arn w. Ask your druggist for gen
uine "Californ'n Fig Syrup' which has
d 'reel ions for rabies and children,, of
rll a sea printed on bottle. Mother!
cu must say "raHfornln" or you may
Ket an imitation fig syrup.
$2 & year and as a result & treat num
ber of enrollments must be secud to
finance, the program and other ex
penses of the association. The suc
cess of the enrollment depends upon
the assistant secretary at the conven
tion. He acts as business agent of the
association, at which meeting he
serves, for he represents the secretary
in all transactions. The secretary
must see that the assistant secretary
k&epa an enrollment force of sufficient
numbers. xso duplicate enrollments
will be made during the meetings. If
any teacher loses, destroys, misplaces
or leaves her enrollment slip at home,
she must re-enroll and pay the mem
bership fee of $2. After the conven
tion is over she may write to the sec
retary's office and make a formal
claim for the amount.
Funds Placed on Deposit.
The secretary must see that the
funds are banked properly. A certain
bank is designated for each conven
tion city where the funds must be de
posited. It is also important tnat tne
top portion of the membership card
be saved for office record as that is
the only way of insuring the sending
of the Kansas Teacher to each mem
ber of the association. The secretary
must also see that satisfactory door
keepers are furnished.
The secretary must also see that the
voting booth is taken care of. He
must instruct tho assistant secretary
about equipmentto use, the manner of
voting, the districts to vote. Mail
votes will oply be accepted when snt
direct to the secretary's office in To
peka. They must arrive not later than
2 o'clock on the afternoon of Thurs
day, November 3. It is the duty of the
secretary to instruct the assistant sec
retary on how business may be con
ducted at the regular sessions and how
to file the official Report on the elec
tion of officers.
In the payment of speaker and
talent, the secretary of the association
sends a voucher to the assistant sec
retary for the full amount. The sec
retary then gives the voucher to tho
Jf any speaker fails to arrive, the
assistant secretary is instructed to ob
tain the best local talent possible to
fi-1 the vacancy. "When the speaker
does not arrive or is unable to con
tinue his schedule, the assistant secre
tary must instruct tho assistant secre
tary of the convention nt which he
will next appear. The assistant sec
retary is also instructed to co-operate
with local papers and give them a
maximum amount of publicity.
VTCTOTI ARTISTS ARE COMIXG.
Stars of tho Talking Machlno World
to Olive Concert In Topeka.
One of the most novel musical en
tertainments to be given in Topeka
this season is scheduled for the audi
torium January 1, when eight famous
Victor artists will appear in person in
a. concert and entertainment extraor
dinary, under the local -direction of
John Smith Jones.
The eight members of the Victor
party are: Henry Burr, tenor; Albert
Campbell, tenor; John Meyer, bari
tone; Frank Croxton, basso: Monroe
Silver, the "Cohen" story teller; Vred
Van Eps. banjoist; Frank Banta,
pianist, and the world-famous laugh -provoker,
Billy Murray. The Sterling
Trio, composed of Campbell, Burr and
Meyer and the Pewless Quartet, com
posed of Campbell, Burr. Meyer and
Croxton, will give several trio and
quartet selections. The program for
the evening will contain many num
bers which these artists have recorded
on the Vlctrola.
"We can save you money on that
lumber bill. Whelan Lumber Co.
BENJAMIN IT. KAVFFMAN,
1 Reading, Vn.
"There's no doubt in my mind t":iat
Tan lac saved my wife's life," was the
positive statement of Benjamin H.
Kauffnian, G05 Bingaman St.. Heading,
Pa., popular clothing salesman for the
well-known firm of Croll & Keck.
"I was almost desperate from wor
rying over her condition, as she had
suffered so long without getting relief
and I can hardly believe my own eyes
now when I see the change m her.
Why, she doesn't show her age by
twenty years and declares sift never
remembers feeling better in her life.
Her health was failing steadily for a
year as a result of catarrh of the
stomach, and I have never seen any
body suffer as much from indijsSHtion
and nervousness as she did.
"After a five weeks course of Tan
lac she was like anotherperson, and
I'm firmlv convinced that years have
been addod to her life. It makes mo
shudder row when I think what the
result, might have been if she hadn't
taken Tanlac in time."
Tarda c is sold in Topeka by Tully
McFarland Urug Co., and leading
druggists everywhere. Adv.
, 1 CTM
' (ir '
Simplest, best, and most
economical river bank and
bridge protection. One
county official has recently
said in connection with the
Patent Steel Jetty: "One
expenditure of a few hun
dred dollars hs saved us a
span cr two of bridge al
ready and protected us for
all time." The Patent Steel
Jetty Co., Silver Lake, Kan.
This Ten-Day test
costs you nothing.
It will bring you
results that will
please. Send the
coupon for it.
means prettier teeth accept it
Thii is an offer which millions
hava accepted And glistening
teeth seen everywhere showj the -good
Make this free test. Then judge
the benefits by what you see and
To fight film
Dental science, after diligent re
search, has found ways to fight
film on teeth. Careful tests have
proved them beyond question.
Now leading dentists everywhere
ad visa their daily use.
The methods are embodied in a
scientific tooth paste Pepsodent.
So all may regularly apply them.
To countless homes they have
brought already a new era in teeth
How film ruins
Film is that viscous coat you feel.
It clings to teeth, enters crevices
and stays. The ordinary dentifrice
does not effectively combat it. So,
despite the tooth brush, it has
caused tremendous damage.
Film absorbs stains, making the
teeth look dingy. It forms the
basis of tartar. It holds food sub
stance which ferments and forms
acid. It holds the acid in contact
with the teeth to cause decay.
It breeds millions of germs and
they, with tartar, are the chief
cause of pyorrhea.
Pepsodent combats these film
caused troubles as nothing else
Pepsodent also multiplies tha
salivary flow. It multiplies the
starch digestant in the saliva, to
digest starch deposits that cling.
It multiplies the alkalinity of tha
saliva, to neutralize the acids which
In these ways it acts as fruit
acids do. With every use it multi
plies Nature's teeth-protecting
forces. Old methods had the op
Watch it act
Send for a 10-Day Tube. Note
how clean the teeth feel after using.
Mark the absence of the viscous
film. See how teeth whiten as the
A book we send tells the reason
for each good effect. Judge what
those results will mean to yon and
yours. Cut out the coupon now.
a"mmmmm0tmmm PAT Off
The New-Day Dentifrice
The scientific film combatant, approved by modern authorities
and now advised by leading dentists everywhere to bring five
desired effects. All druggists supply the large tubes.
10-Day Tube Free 60
THE PEPSODENT COMPANY.
Dept B, 1104 S. Wabash Ave,. Chicago. Ill
Mail 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent to
, If you cannot attend this
sale, sen4 us your orders by
mail Orders filled same day
All Prices Guaranteed
3 Topeka Stores
We have taken advantage
of the price reduction sales B
held by the wholesalers. We
i CfTTl I Pass you the sreat savings.
j. Pl ErS ' fiimiw
This Sale at ffllflllfl3 It EH)ft IrSf This Sale at
All Our Stores d?ml li U-UUV ViUiy; All Our Stores
" " ' ' -- v "
These Prices 10 Days Only
IIP id .EJCCEPTIOMAL Z
Bargain fables loaded with shirts, hose, neckwear, underwear,
sweaters, pants, gloves, overalls and shoes at the lowest prices. Buy your winter wants now and save
heavy roll col
Boys' bib overalls,
heavy blue; full cut;
sizes 2 to 15 years,
Men's heavy cotton
fleece union suits;
well made. Special,
WORK SHIRTS, 73(
Men's extra quality blue
Work Shirts, extra full
cut, fast color, double
sewed, faced sleeves.
Special for 7Q
this sale. . ; 5C
Men's Allen A.
Cooper wool union
suits; heavy and
warm; O AQ
full cut.. $VO
weight cotton union
suits; all styles;
Men's Extra Heavy
blue bib overalls;
guaranteed full cut
and fast color.
Only 12 Pairs to One
Men's Heavy Knit Wrist
full made Cotton Flannel
Gloves. Only 100 dozen.
Socks, 3 pairs
Boys' fleece union
suits, full made,
65c to 98c
Men's cotton husk
ing mitts, double
slicker lined duck
Men's heavy cor
duroy P s n t s ,
Why Pay More?
Men's cotton fleeced or
ribbed shirts and drawers,
extra well made best
quality regular $1.00 val
ue. THIS TO
I SALE iOC
Hundreds of Men's and Boys' Newest Style Suits
Blue arid Gray Serges, Fancy Cassimeres, Mixed and Plain Worsteds. Sizes 34 to
42, medium weight and good for year-round wear.
- Men's Suits
All Wool Suits in this lot.
All the newest Fall styles and
fabrics in Cassimeres, Fancy
Worsteds and Blue and Gray
Serges. Every suit guaran
teed to be perfect in workman
ship and fast colors
Men's Suits $24.95
They are English, Semi
English and the latest body
form-fitting models, with
many conservative styles in
Novelty Stripes, Plaids and
plain colors. Fabrics are
Serges, Worsteds, Cassimeres.
c hoick I
T1US SAIjE at
BOYS' ALL WOOL SUITS
Mother Buy Your Boy's Suit Tomorrow in This Sale
of Boys' Suits
The thfirouslibrpd. stylish appearance of rmr boys flnlhlng np
rWHlfl on sight to the ldt-as of every mother; their careful, Kturdjr
milking t!i cplciKlId faln-lc and their low price optical to her
practical ulrtc. This Ktatemcnt Is borne out here. Attractively
deslKned suit of eoo1 Quality, a'l wool cnnslmcre: dark brown
with corded ntrlpcN and colored decorations. Three-button coat.
All-around detachable belt
' $4.95 $6.75 $8.95
Men's All Wool
Brown All-Wool Heavy
In addition to being of aU
wool, this coat Is carefully tai
lored. Tine mW Is a belted
ulsterettc. In double breasted
style. Two patch pocket Very
durable, satisfactory garment.
$ 1 6.95
Men' heavy duck, coat, slicker
lined, guaranteed water- fl M A C
proof, blanket lined XfM
Men's sheep lined moleskin coat.
Men's extra fine corduroy coats,
guaranteed flJC QC
Men's heavy Work
Pants This sale
Men's fine Worsted
Men's All Wool Serge
Men's Dress Cassimere
SOO Heavy Bed Blankets, Cotton and Wool
, Finish, e.xira large fire. Pretty Pluld and
Stripe Patterns. In THIS SALE, siw 72x80,
otv-third off. Medium tfO ftr
IN THIS SALE, one-third off. Ex- f AO
tra heavy weight large blankets. . . apl.aTO
Men's 50c Lisle Dress or"
Hose, in this sale JuC
Boys' and ' Girls' Heavy Black
Hose, in this
sale 19c and ZifC
Men's Work and Dress i f
Hose, in this sale 1 UC
Women's Heavy Ribbed Top
Black Hose, in this o r
Buy Your Mac,kinaws for This Winter Now,
While on Sale Make a Big Saving
Men's Part Wool
Men's Sample Wool
Top Shirts, ail sizes,
Men's heavy grey Sweater Coats. Ijirg? roll collars,
knit wrist, two pockets. SPECIAL. THIS SALE. . . .
ONE GREAT JOB LOT of Men's Sweater Coata and Slip-over
styles. Large roil collars, heavy rope stitch. A large
assortment of colors. Values up1 to $15. Choice of lot. w'tJO
One lot of Sweater Coats, heavy and serviceable.
Good for Dress and School Wear. THIS SALE
noys part wool sweater loots and Slip-over styles. A ) or
onawi collars. THIS B.UEPL,itl
fine assortment of colors.
Men's Fine Dress Shoes
Men's fine Goodyear Welt Dress Shoes, tan or
vici kid. All the new lasts, every one a fall style.
Shoes for service, style and comfort. One-fourth
totme-third is saved on every pair. In this sale only
, $4.95 to $6.45
Men's high irrade brown calf straight last dress
shoe, solid leather, the leading style of flr QC
Men's Heavy Work Shoes
Men's leasy work shoes, specially bought,
cither naileor welt sewed, oak tanned soles,
$2.98 to $4.98
Shoes for the Whole Family
Patent. Gunmetal and Vici Kid,
n gooa. Sofia
$1.45 up to $2.85
EUlicr Patent, t.un-iiK-ial
or Kid. all
leatlKr tons, .button
or lace, serv
2.000 pairs Ladies'
Hitch tirade Dress
Shos, In all the
new Fall styles,
or Kid , Lcnthers.
Can fit any foot.
Shoes for style,
wear and com
T mi a
fcff r , I
Only one tube to a family.