The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 10, 1923 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. TUESDAY, JULY 10, Kf£» Open ot 8:30 Rorabaujj/h-Wiley's do— at 5i00 Starting Wednesday We Will Offer Our Entire Stock of Women's White Shoes at a Discount of From Regular The rim have ever ;•! slippers, ivl ilm s am! sj cul -tcd ki.J. ••t Wantsfu> patterns in white footwear that we •hile kid uM'ords and fancy strap ', II, 111', llllllIII. slipper?, nxfunls .'Hid sandals. Street, its. All white and while trimmed with $12.50 SHppevs, now $10.00 11.00 Slippers, now 8.80 10.00 Slippars, now 8.00 7.50 Slippa'.'s, now 6.00 : ft Dunn, si". 'a*. White Vill lie Whit" Mill: All While Value Klil li now : •-'peri oxford, irroy Irini, $12.*i0 Value, now elt, while ivory solo and luel, MtUjO ,ito ivory so All While, in:.! Hlack ".;:•! V.'i $10 00 Value, now J:..li0. Willi' Kill Sandal, red nr blue Value, now fS.no. ivory sole nail heel I rim, turn Li'h' fiad covered h" $10.00 \Vhho Klil with Ited, t<ule. $10.00 Value. "en. (ti ^y, or Tllai'k w ?6.ee. rim. high lieel, flexible Best Quality White 'loth Oxfords, military ivory heel, and Ivory sole, $7.60 Value, now ?0.0(1. White Calf, Cut out l-i wing till, $11.00 V. ill 1 , Well sole and covered walking heel, pretty in, now $S\S0. >\. 1 strap. Flexible Hole, Fiat or Junior Louis Heel, 5 el' Ivory nolo, and Ivory While lleeeh -1 Value, iini' Iteien.ikin I,ace Ovi'nril or l-sti-.-ip, (Ve h"Ol, J7."i" Vulu»\ v.i.w JC.oO. Il-d Kid Value :<!l lieel, tiexibl sole, Ji-lll. U-a i,0 Value ?ii tlisr k'd trim, Baby Spanish keel. Flexible LanvTe Demonstration By Factory Representative Hot weather is always harder on the skin and the complexion and women arc anxious to know how to care for the skin during the Summer months. A factory representative will he in our Toilet Goods Section all week to tell you how' Lam-Te preparations will keep the skin smooth and soft. Lam-Tc Products Include: Lam-To Powdor and Bcouttfler, price $1.00. Lam-T© Sanitary Sponges, price 16c each. Lam-To Boauty Clay, price $1.00. Lam-To Compact Rouge, price 60c. Lam-Te Liquid Rouge, price BOc. Free Lessons In preparing materials of all kinds for hemstitching-. Class will meet twice daily in the hemstitching department on the fourth floor. Mornings 10:00 to 11:00 Afternoons 3:00 to 4:00 PRATT MAN'S CAR IS FOUND IN FAR WEST / . IVo Girls Were Driving Buick Taken June 30—Two Other Cars Abandoned. aland- «n<l (naks the ooncerti «*•» Pratt, July 10.— The Bulck touring car stolon from W. M. 81ian> on June 80 was found at Oboyonne, Wyo. on Saturday. Thero were two girls In tho car when It -was found by tho Oheyenno police. Tho car la bolng held for t !ie Insurance company. Tfio parties stealing tho oar have not been located. Preston Car Found. Dodge City, July 10.—A Ford tour- Ins "car found abandoned on Saturday night near Fort Dodge was found to be the vroporty of W. L. McArcher of Preston, Tho officers say that two cars were travelling tbo CannonbaJl Trail stopped near the Old Soldlero home and tho occupants of one, tho touring oar abandoned it. and drove away In a Ford roadster. Jt Is thought the I roadster nmy bo the one stolen at St John a few days ago. ' Find Abandoned Bulck. Pratt, July 10.— Sheriff H. C. Lock- ctt fount! a Bulck touring ear on the Cannon ball trail yesterday and later tho tag was found In tho nearby weeds. An Invoice under tho floor matting showed thut tho driver had recently purchased Chevrolet porta from a Wichita .'iRenev inn! this may lead to the- Identification of the car. Tho eat seemingly had been driven westward from Wichita until a tiro blow out when It was abandoned and evidences of ownership destroyed. year, fl,-&«6,448 t SB0 WM nisas In 1017, whon foreign bond listings wore especially heavy, KINGMAN COUNTY WANTS COUNTY FARM MANAGER Kinsman, July 3 0.—Kingman county 13 looking for a new man to take charge o[ tho couuty farm. John Waiter, who ha'i been mauagfae the farm for tho past HLX years bus notified the Couuty Cummistiionera that ho intends to make a change and asKs that Uiey got some ono to take his place soon as possible. Tho Hoard of Commissioners is reluctant to have Mr. and Mrs. Wal« Ler give up tho management of the 1'nrnv They have been moat offici cut l!\ "the management of tho plaei and ii •will bo dinleult to get SOUK one to lake their plates. The county pays a salary to n mnv, and woman to take over tho ninnafce- niont ot the farm and furnishes them with all equipment necessary to run a farm and homoNind also living expenses. At present there are nint charges at the county farm and it i^ one of (he duties of the persona' in rivargo of tho place to tako care o these charges. LIBERTY After successfully playing the jlPAd- In« role In unany vigorous Western film stories, Charles Junes has been transported to the Yukon ojid -wlU next be seen In "Snowdrift," a romantic story of tho Northwest. This latest WlUlaju Fox iproduotlon starts an ensugoroent srt tho Liberty theatro. tomorrow. Charles JonoB' real llfo Rtory rivals evon tho most adventurous plot devised for his screen productions. Before entering the- moves, Jones was one of tho champion trick riders of the world aud had appeared, before many of the Kings of Buropo. Starting In life as a Hoosler, Charles Jonea first saw the light of day In Vincennes, Indiana. He received his early education in. Indianapolis, where he got his first Job «3 automobile mechanic with the iMarmon Automobile Company. When life In tho elty lost its Interest, Jones went to (Red Lodge, Montana, where be became a cowpuncher on the Trtanglo Bar Kauch. His next move In search of advon- turo was to tho Phlllppluo Islands where he served in tho U. S. Ouvalry during tho rebellion of tho Moros. After bolng wonuded ho was transferred to tho aviation corps and remained In that branch of tho service until discharged Irani tho army. iVol- lowing his return to the States Jones drifted to Millers 101 Ranch In Oklahoma and was signed by the Miller Brothers to tour tho country with their Wild West Show, ns champion trfclc rider of the worftl. Ho had mastered trleks of tho cowboys and also those of tho. famous Russian Cossacks. !ti the iatter part of 191 -i tho 'Fox screen star left tho Wild West Show and went, to Chicago to break horses for tho French Government. After less than a year at this work he sailed .'or iho European battlefields. His feats of horsemanship soon won for Jones tho titio of tho "greatest rider In the world." For a short time .louoa was also attached to the aviation corps, but his knowledge of horses, was of the most use.to the Allien. Tov.ards the close oE the war and after the struggle,. Jones 'Performed his riding feats before Premier Clemenceau. the Klnir and Queen of Belgium, King GiK>rf.M of Kngland, Priwnter Orlando of Jtaly'arii! thti .Klns and Queen of Italy. William Foi was Present at one of tho exhibitions and iffured Jones a chance to act in some iVeslern piefuros. When the eovvbey- -.oldier returneil to this country ho Hcned a contract with the motion picture -prod-need he met in France. Jf Is daring and unusual ability have carried Jones to tile front ranks of movie stardom, and each new picture Is eaperly looked forward to with interest by thousands of fans. BIG RESPONSE TO NEW G. 0. P. MOVE IN KANSAS Phil K. Zimmerman, of J,iniisbor£. state organizer of the National Jlcpub lican League, )uu heon-'calk'd U Chicago to attend ;i coufereiu'e of the National HopubUcan Committee to bo hold at tho Ifrake hotel tomorrow. Kansas has surpassed many other states in its response to tho National Republican League movement find Zimmerman has been invited to Hoi! iho National Republican Committee how it was accomplished. Upon his roturn to Kansas ho will inaugurate"! i an intensive campaign to organize a j ' League in every Kansas county. : DRAGGING RIVER FOR LOCAL BOY'S B0DJ Word received today from Cleveland, Ohio, toy Miss Bertha and Miss Mar.uaret Parker said that the officers were still drag.nir.K the river there, supposedly on Saturday night. Thomas lllckson who was drowned then-, supjposedly oil Saturday night. Young I>iekson was a nephew of the Mtssos Parker and made Bis homo most of Ms llfo -with them. WORKED BOTH WAYS. olidated LIBERTY —TOMORROW and THURSDAY— BUCK JONES "SNOWDRIFT" A Story of a Glorious Flaht for Life (n the Yukon Gold Fields. ALSO— "WHERE THERE'S A WILL" TONIOHT "CROSSED-WIRES" With Qlady. Walton. —Alto— A ORIM FAIRY TALE" Comedy. A Snappy Sunshine Comedy. REGULAR ADMISSION NO SERIALS POLISH DUELISTS . POOR MAUKSMKN; I SHOTS GO WlLf tola at eunrise, retorted tho count. Thoy moL Both mliKod. Then thoy wont home-with headaches for getting tip so early. ,-Uid honor was appeased. Logical. A teacher of music in a public school was trying to impress upon her PUPUa tho moaning of "I" and "ti" in a song that they were about to learn. After explaining the first sign, sho said, "Now, children, what do you say; if T means 'forte,' what does 'ti' mean?" "Kighty!" ohoutod ono enthusiastic pupil,—Youth's Companion. ILL-LUCK PURSUES AGED KANSAS WOMAN Garden City, July 10.—Mrs, J. D. Lathrop, 83 years old, who fell two years «.go and broke her left hip from which she has Just recovered euffl- j elently to walk without crutches, foil ' tilts week and broke her other hip. 'She was standing In her yard at tlw time and does not know whether she fainted or beeamo dizzy. She is In a Serious condition and not much hope 13 hel-d out for her recovery. Saturday eveningdauco Stevens ponds 10-tf MoCracken Ha3 Good Band. MeCra.ck.eu, July 10.—Tho city of McCraekon is supporting a mighty fine band, the city furnishing the money for the instructor. A-movement is under way by which the business men of the town will put up a band Man Was Expellod From Con / Stock Exchange. Now York, July 10.—Harvey A. Wfmrt, head ot a brokerage firm boar-: ing his name, was expelled today from t'ho Consolidated Stock Exeh^ngo for nullifying "tho effect <c,t a client's order by taking the transaction to his own account." Willis had been.a member, of the oxchnnge Since December 12, 1317. The committee on ways and means, which investigated the charges against him found that he was guilty of "obvious fraud of falsa pretense'" In having on many "occasions, as shown by evidence, under cover of two opposite transactions, lndudged to tlie practices complained of. BUSINESS IS LARGER, New York Ctock Exchange Has More Of It Than a Year Ago. New York, July 10.—Listings on tho New York stook exchange for the first six months of this year totalled S1,S84,H3,0S0, an Increase of 5317,511,200 over tho same period of 1921! and $1112,317,300 over tho first half of 1921. - Tho record for the first half The Things You Would Like to Have the funeral director attend to, we take care of; the tilings you would prefer to do yourself, we leave to you. Our service is just as complete as you wish it to be— and not one bit more. We are thoroughly equipped to take care of every detail that might arise, and if you wish, we can take complete charge, leaving not one single item unattended to; the decision is entirely with you, Johnson &Sons Established 1856 134E.Sherman Hutchinson Kans. "Phone 6 Petey Dink A Pair and a Half of Kicks Count Sy.i'plyrki. I'onii^r President, l'lli.mil.ki of Poland said soiiio mean words about Count Kzeptyckt, minister of war. Via- By C. A. Voight^ To M A Tj tc ACOOT THESE Bins SUE'S "RUW UP For? CLOTHEJ AUoTPterc PAIR OF 5HOES "THIS VA'EEK—' STOOMDCH

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