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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lawrence, Kansas Charlton left this after noon for San where she will spend the SEPTEMBER ITS UNWISE to putjff todays duty until to If your iddisturbed take tfee netr aid tp digestion comfort A pleasant relief from discomfort of MADEBYSpOIT MAKERS OF SGpTTS EMULSION V 19 FIRST ROUND FOR MEN ALMOST FINISHED NOW MEN IX CITY TOURNEY NEAR ING THE SEMIFINALS NOW GIRLS NOT STARTED Uhrlaub Withdraws and His Games Will be Played by Stem Footer of University With the exception of one match in the single and one in the the city tenis tournament is now about to semifinals in the None of the in the girls division havte beefc played thus faV but are to be Hudson Oakland Motor Dealers in TIRES Phone 12 922 this The schedule1 of the mens division was slightly disarranged last week by the withdrawal of Dutch Uhrl oub who has left Lawrence to be iootball coach fhe Jos eph Iigh His place has now leen filled by Stem wo will play Uhrlaubs single es and will team with Spicer in the In the singles last week Sclig boat Armstrong 61 Snicer beat G3 Keeler beat Hipp Ziesenis beat i dd Ziesenis beat j 62 The gamsyet to be plaved I in thesingles will be between John I son and Foster i In he doubles Selig and Hoiiin berry beat Armstrong and Hipp fi2 pnd Ziesens and Koller Eice and Hooper The game j yet to be played in the first round of thii section of the tournament is to be Spicer and Foster and Fkeson and Need a new tite Buy a Fire Hanks Queen Wilhelmiiia of Xethcr I lands has a true ovc for Tn the park and conserva tories at the IT rest lowers ind plants are on whose care neither labor nor expense is spared These are often visited by the to tnke note of but narticiilarlv to watch the development of such plants as her own hands have set LOCAL H MACHINE FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON IS LESS THAN TWO WEEKS AWAY REAL BEEF THIS YEAR Scrimmages Against HaskellIndians and University Freshmen Will Show Real Stuff of Team 218 Pounder the Latest Acquisition For the Line Which Be Heav icst i n H istory QOME some Firestone user i going to convince you of the true economy of using Firestone Gray Sidewall But why wait Ask some Firestone Bet ter ask an lire repair The that the Firestone Gray Side wall is the test tire good that he gets fewer to re pair than any other tire of large output Let your next tires be Most Miles per Dollar Test Proves 3Way Plan Practical KANSAS WEATHER REPORT FOR probably showers and In south portion not much change I The three part rate as a basis for chargingfor natural was proved to be practical in September when a hearty meal for eight persons was prepared and served in the hearing room of the Kansas Public Utilities Commission in the State Capi The meal was prepared by Miss Suszin a er of domestic spience in the Kansas City public 3jbwe data as to amount of gas consumed and the wipiSUmp tion per hour were taken by the of the Commission and as T The demonstration was arranged for on day of hearing before the Commission in which representatives of the Wichita Natural Gas Company and the Kansas Natural Gas Company voluntarily appeared and offered evidence as to the practicability of the three part rate The data collected as evidence for the Commission relative to the consumption of the time for preparing the the meter readings and other facts will be given in subsequent bulle KANSAS NATURAL GAS DY JOHN MONTGOMERY With the first game of the season less than two weeks away Coach Woodward is spending every effort in getting his Lawrence High School gridiron in running order The opening is against the strong Manhattan eleven at Man I local mentor believes his proteges are going to have a real bat tie to winfrom the Manhattan team but he of victory if the local continues to show the same enthusiasm und pep in the hard scrim mages in the light The first litrlit1 scrimmage of the in id on the grounds north McCook iield yesterday Another Ighi scrimmage between mMnbers of the will s tonightand ilurii harder mages will be held with the Imlians and K The t of the stitfeiscrimmages be stag eel agliinst the llaskell Indian eleven on gridiron Wednesday U Have Iltal Heef The real quality of the Lawrence gridiron machine will tshown in the against me Indians and Kansas Coach Woodward says he is optimistic over out lie has eight letter men back around which to build his leum in ad dition to a largo number of new first class a pound Iuaid nported for practice lit i Tinletter men back are and half Woodruff ami All of the men are in the very hi st of physical So not a player has been injured in the sliivhtert which is a good indi cation that a powerful 1 as defensive machine be developed within a short A iVw of the players have fought in France roughed it with the hard est boiled A little affair like a football clash will consequently rather tame Kxpccts Kougn Siuff Conch ood ward believes that practicallyall of thi high school teams that Lawrence will encounter this sea son will be heavier ami play ers than in ordinary The not result will bo that the high school games season will more nearly approach regular college and university caliber games than ever be With theoutlook bright for such hard contested battles throughout the season Coach Wooihvard plans on making a spiCul effort to get large crowds out to the home It is planned to sell tickets at a re dueijd price si a larger rooters will attend all of the The sclun 1 scheiuli was made i would ini hide the very best high teams in Xeliras Missouri so that a winning team thisjear wili Uiut one of the very best ridiron machines in thv middle a climax to high sciiool scbedvded to play th closing n the local Hanks Company sell Fire stone TWENTYFIVE KANSANS OUT FOR FIRST NIGHT LIGHT WOUKOrT MARKED THE INITIAL PRACTICE ONT McCOOK YESTER DAY McCarty Says He Must Look Over His Before He Will Be Able To Make Forecasts A squad of about twentyfive men responded to the first call for football practice ut the University yesterday The men went through a light workout starting with falling on the ball and ending up with a quarter mile around the trackv Registration kept a number of men from appearing on the field and Coach McCarty ex pects a squad of about fifty men to turn out this After falling en the hall for a time the men passed the ball and then some kicking practice Reid and Heizer looked good at the kicking Among the men who were on the field this afternoon were Saundcrs and Ber Pete Dave and Ketcham Gress were on the field but did not don Among the men who are in school that did hot appear this afternoon are Lon Church and Coach McCarty would not make any statement regarding tho team except to say that a number of the men had entered school after he vent into ser vice and he would have to see more of them before he could a line on their Firestone the kind you read Hanks Com 643 Antiquity of the The othoruld hns Hfcen known since enrly times both in Europe and in cer tain parts of the where its at tractive color and rarity have endowed it with the hipliest Its name may be traced back to an old word which appeared in Oreok as sniarag mentioned in Greek by Theopras tus 300 Mazda electric bulbs of all kinds at the Kennedy Plumbing A large and complete A PostWar Maxwell Gets Many a Longing Look upon seeinga PostWar Maxwell parked at the often stop and look it Thy are struck by the atmosphere of the its refined its rare symmetry of and the evident sincerity in its Thousands who have the rare fortune of pos sessing a PostWar Maxwell have been gratified time and again by the silent approval of the man on the But they have a double satisfaction they know they drive not only a good looking car but a remarkably good acting For there have been a score or more of rather revolutionary improvements in the They can tell a volume about that easy castering effect in steering which a new type front axle or that perfectly happy and secure feeling that is experienced when the emergency brake is applied its on the transmission or how the car hugs the road as a result of that masterly new rear When one stops to realize the great virtues of the Maxwells that notes the estimates their and observes that the price is only he gets a pleasant not one bit more than when he Hikes his first ride behind the wheel Phone 65 BANKER 634 They are HERE The New Fall and Win ter patterns of the famous Lamm Line of Tailored Clothing have arrived and they are If you enjoy wearing high class tailored you should not miss the op portunity of seeing these Their quality is apparent in every piece and the buyer of a suit made from any of them is not only assured of handsome ma terials but of superior tailoring and the careful attention to detail which dis tinguishes better suits from cheaper Lamm Companys aim is a little finer tailoring at a little lower price and when you see the product youll agree that theyhave achieved WILSON 712 Phone 505 ;