The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 13, 1923 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE. ,THfc HUTCHINSON NEWS/ Special Bargain Table Sale on Pumps and Oxfords Broken sizes, up to $7.50 values, at $3.95 Satin, patent and kid straps. Low and medium heel. Special for Saturday only. White washable kid one-strap pump* .Ivory sole and low rubber heel. Special $5.85 Teare & Etzler Shoe Store 19 North Main USED CARS 1919 Buick Touring 1919 Dodgp Touting 1920 Dodge Touring 1920 Buick Roadster 1920 Ford 1-Ton Truck 1920 Ford Coupe 1920 Dodge Touring 1922 Dodge Touring 1921 Ford Coupe 1923 Chevrolet Touring These cars have been thoroughly overhauled and re- Ca,iahed. Guaranteed to be in good mechanical condition. Will trade—terms if necessary. nold Auto Co. $5.50 Electric Iron FREE! i.nv IM.tnw.n.l Uhu:. cfrcr ends S .it., JHy 14th. ! « ii will hiir.i? if y>u buy i n ;< I i -.-'t u' i I'M i .•pt i k ilnt; 1 U :i K 'Hk' <>n Mi-;, cirini)!';* '-any I I;I \' tlit !: i } >!;. II. 1 \: V it S liHJ" IIS II '-»•' i. iin.l 11.u« a w^lt. Ai.y t-M;-i'i'.i"l i»t;:. IiuJ.'l In my v.\h \n- <: \ i • !.:Mif ell ;i lai i;^r nili; at CREDIT JEWELER MhJUnil Theatre Dldg. "T1Z" PUTS JOY IN SORE, ACHING FEET -DEN G ATE*'! "TI7," ni.-tlifs pore, burning, tired rent fairly tlanci> with delight. Away l'o tfof at /hii.', and puinp, tin* corns, cal- toy ^iOH, l)li .-itL *rti and btmKmn. "T1Z" draws out (.ho a ( i f I a aud, poison* that puff I up ytmr fn» J t. No matter how htuil you work, haw you dance,; how far you walk, ' or hmv long yali rotmiln on your t'e^l, "TIZ" brings rcslful font comfort, "TIZ" It* wonderful for. tirod, a o h lug., swollen, emarUiiK Toot. Ytmr fo«;l Just; tingle fur joy; elio-oa nisi" or hurt or I BMtun tU'ht. I Ca( a box of "TiZ" now from any | druficjl'it or dfpnrtinont Bt/> r 2. End < foot torture forever--wear smaller ehoof*. );oi>j) your futt fresh, sweet and happy. cl by itfeelf PY-TIME TALE SI MORE TALES OF CUFFY BEAR BY\ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY , CHAPTER XXIII. | Cuffy Bear* Seems Very Hard to Please. Mr. Bear had just announced that, ho thought Cuffy ought to so to Bchool. And Mrs. Boar told her husband that Bhe hollered hla plan, was n good ono. "I'm glad that you approve." Bald Mr. Boar. Call Cuffy. pleas*! I'll tell htm the news." Mrs. Bear went to the door of the den. Cutty was In the front yard, playing with his elster. "Como lrj I" his mothor ordered him. "Is there a surprise {or me?" ho askod her aa ho galloped up to the doorway. He was very fond of surprises. "Yes!" his mother replied. "Your father has a surprlso for you. But it's not anything to eat." Cuffy hurried Into the den. "Sit dowli," said Mr. Bear. "I want to talk with you. You're Rotting to bo a big cub. And your mother and 1 think It's time you began to go to school." Well, that was a sad sort of surprise for Cuffy. "1 don't want to go to school," he whined. "Tut! Tut! It may not ho what you want. Hut it's what we want. You're going to school," said Mr. Bear. "What school?" Cuffy asked him. Mr. Bear looked nt Mrs. Bear. "I declare," ho exclaimed. "I have- I n't the faintest Idea where we'll send i him. l)o you think of a good Bchool, : my dear'.'" j Mrs. Bear shook her head, i "The only school I know anything '; about." she replied,*""ls the little red. ; Hchoolhouso whore Johnnie Greon goes. But of course w-e can't Bond Cv.ffy there." : " No, indeed!" Mrs. Bear agreed. "1 want to go there!" Cuffy bellowed. "I want to go to the little red schoolhoune." "You can't," his father told blin. "You may aa well stop teasing." "They have good things to eat at the little red school house." said Cut- fy. "Once 1 found some sweet crumbs on the Hleps there." "Don't you over go near that place again." Mr. Bear warned ltis son. And Mrs. Bear fanned herself with her sun- bonnet. She was nil a-tromble at the more thought of Cuffy 'B visiting the little roil Bchool house. "Well, Ephraltn!" MrB .Boar finally remarked to her husband. "It doesn't look as If we could send Cuffy to school, after all." At that moment Cuffy sot up a groat howl. 'What's the matter now?" his father demanded of him. "I—I w-want to go to Bchool," he blubhered. "My stars!" crlod Mr. Bear to his wife. "What a strange cub this is!" Mrs. Bear tried to comfort Cuffy. Store Hours, 8 to 5—Saturdays, 8 to 9, *I—1 w-wan« to jo to fchool." h« But he simply wouldn't to soothed. | He made so much noise that his Bister Silkle came hurrying in to soe | what was the matter. Mr. Bear himself looked very unhappy. "I can't stand this racket much longer," he told Mrs. Bear. "We'll have to send him somewhere. I believe I'll ask my aunt to take him and teach him what she can. Yes! Aunt Sally would make a fine teacher. She's tor- rihly strict." When Cuffy Bear heard, that he set | lip a louder howl than ever. Copyright 1923, Metropolitan Newspaper Servico, New York. (Tomorrow; Cutty Bear Goes On a| Little Journey With His Father.) n NE'tiE A Your Last Chance NEXT ELECTION MAY SEE END OF POWER FOR FRENCH PREMIER Paris, July 13—Pnrtiwan politics, which are absorbing the attention ot tho Fronch parliament more and more an the- elections of. next your come nearer, may drive Premier Poincare from 310 wor in tlie opinion of HOIUQ political prophetc. The premior is tired, physically and HK 'titaUy. He lias a^ed considerably under the tremendous loa-d he has carried during <thu pa at ftlghtaou months, and Is thoroughly disgust*; ed, friends say, ; with the intrigues that are occupying tho attention of parliamentary leaders at a timo when their entira oHorts ought to be centered on tho solution of the reparations 'question and the extraction of Franco from her critical financial situation. Born In Bar-lu-Duc August 20, I860, Raymond Poinleare was ton years old when a Prussian army marched past his father's doorya.nl on the -way to Paris., Geromn soldiers wen; u Wetted In -his ptirenta' house, Tho scars of nvasion from beyond the llliine were der-p and ragged on tlie countryside, and likewise they were ingrained in the mind of young Polncare. With such it heritage of ha-tred it fs not surprising that in public life his attitude toward Germany has always been consistently bitter and uncompromising. Since he first entered the chamber of deputies Poineare's utterances Ivavo revealed a-singleness of purpose. Ho Milnfcfj and talku only of Franco. Humanity and world peace- are abstract phrases to him. Ho brushes them aside! Nothing outsldo France Is to bo considered when her own interests are at stake. Studied Finance Problems. In the clMunber of deputies Pain care bent h1« energies to the problem "of French finance. Here in 3890, a».re- portor for tha bud;xt, ho first won recognition as u national figure. Three Get In Lino for th« "JAZZ-a WEEK" STARTING MONDAY years later he was appointed minister of public education, and from that post ho advanced to head tlie ministry of finances. In 1903 Poincare was elected senator from the Mouse, and In 1906 he gave evidence of his growing importance by refusing to collaborate in tho cahlnet of CJeorgo Clemenceau. It was Joseph Caillaux, who subsequently stepped in to head the government, and he In turn was succeeded In 1912 by Poluoare himself. President In 1913. In Januaiy, 1913, Poincare was elected to the presidency. This marked the floodtida of his political fortunes and it marked tho crest of a wave of intense nationalism for which ho stood. Clemenceau and Caillaux and the radical elements they represented were repudiated in the election. Poincare was no figurehead in the president's chair, as most of his predecessors had been. In July, 19H, President Polcare took his premier, Ren-e Vtviani, and made a trip to Petrograd. There, with the rumble of the great war already iKXiming faintly below the horizon, he had a series of confidential conferences with rho czar. His followers point to this visit and say that It saved France In the early days of tho •war. Saturday is the Last Day of Our JULY CLEARANCE SALE -of- Men's Three-Piece Suits $30—$35 SUITS $40—$45 SUITS $50—$55 SUITS Not just an ordinary sale of odds and ends—but a sale Involving our regular merchandise made by Hart Schaf f ner & Marx and other fine makes. It's a definite policy with this store to clear all stocks before another season begins. That's the reason why we've cut deeply—Don't overlook this opportunity. Straw . Hat Special $3.00 NUSSBA-UM'S " Bathing Suits $1.50 Up MUCH INTEREST IN A COMING ELECTION Women Voters in Minnesota Urged to Get Out and Vote on Monday. Comfort Your Skin WithCuticuraSoap and Fragrant Talcum SUNBURN If your skin is so tender that pou expect sunburn, rub it well with Vicks before exposure. After' •unburn, apply Vicla gently—do not rub in. It soothe* burn and often averts blisters. For any outdoor vacation, Vicks Is "standard equipment, [t eases attacks of hay fever, tsthma, catarrh and Bummei told*. Fine for sore feet, too, WICKS w VAPORU* PviK /rMiiua/fJtmt l/tte YtM* ("By Tho Associated Press) St. Paul, Minn., July 13.—Women votors may swing the tide one way or the other in Minnesota's senatorial i election next Monday, It was Indicated 1 today. Last minute appeals to mem- j.bers of tho fair sex to tourn out en masse-at the polls to aid In choosing a successor to the late Knute Nelaon were being sent out by several women's organizations. This action, which followed pleas for all voters to cast their ballots, Issued earlier In the week hy the throe ruajor- .partlB»—Republican, (Democratic and Farm-Labor—coupled with the whll- wind campaign being conducted from one end of tho state to the other by scores of prominent speakers. Is doing much to arouse tho citizenship to their duty. la Much Interest. Tho appeals are arousing a ground' interest In tho campaign than leaders of tho parties hoped to expect, It was said. Tine Republicans, are especially pleased, with this. They have maintained that a normal voto will Insure the election of their candidate, Oov. J. A. O. Pxoua. Headquarters horn of 'Magnus Johnson, Farmor-Ijaboror, aud James A. Oarley, Democrat, also expressed themselves as satisfied with tho situation. Tho Democrat, however It 1» agreed on all sldos has little chance, It any, of ibelng chosen. FAILURE OF ROSE | HARVEST IS BIG LOSS It i* One of the Things Upon Which Many Rumanians Are Depending. Sofia—It Is predicted that he rose harvest, which will continue into July will show a shortage of rose blooms, and consequently of rose oil, or attar of roses, because of weather conditions tn April and May. As the rose oil Industry, aside from the growing of wln3i !t and eorn, is tho most Important productive resource of Bulgaria, the slump in tlie rose harvest is regarded here as disastrous. In April, during a cold snap, tlie frosts nipped a considerable number of tho buds. In May the luten«« heat forced, tho blooms to such an extent that tlioy could not be utilized successfully for distilling purposes. Tho picking is done srnostiy by women and girls, in their variegated national co3tumos. . Hundreds of thorn may bo seen delivering their Back- fulls of flowers to the greatest roso oil establishment In Bulgaria, in the little village^ of Ilalunaivlaro, In the valley of the .Stroma. The Best Kind. Tho manufacturer prefers the red or damaskroses to the whlto or musk, because lt"possosses aliout double tho strength of tho white. Tho rosos are heaped up In separata piles in concrete lined etororooms to prevent the exhalation of tho blooms, Prom tho storerooms, in whloh the flowers must not remain more than a couple of days bocause they have- a TEETH The Roofless Plate Restores the original contour and expression of the face— Gives your food its Natural Taste Eat corn off the cob on a Twenty Year Guarantee B. W. Crabb, D. D. S. UNION DENTISTS 18'/ a N. Main HUTCHINSON, KANSAS Open Evenings by Appointment Phone 1069 No Corns tendency to turn "sour," the roses nro piled Into the large metal retorts, where tha esaenca is distilled from them. Tho product of the distillation Is conducted Into metal cans, where tho costly essonce rises to tho top, while the fragrant rose water Is ^discharged through, a pipo into the nearby mountain stream whore the trout do not seam to mind it, for the stream Is •live with them. Against False News. Rome—The Italian cabinet adopted a resolution prohibiting publication of nows of a false, or biased character c&lcjtfAta&io hiunyar the government. The simplest way lo end a corsj' Is Blue-jay. Stops the pain In. stantly. Then the corn loosens and comes out. Made in clear liquid and in thin plasters. Thf action is the same. ; At your druggist Blue-jay A Dally Deficit Berlin—Germany has met a dally deficit of three million dollars during tho last tan days of Juno hy issuing treasury bills, a finance ministry statement revealed. Just call BB anytime you want tho ibest Ford service, FNjrd parts or accessories or Lee Puncture Proof Tires. Ragland-Kinigsley Motor Co. 13-lt New University President. CbJcago-^Brnest Dewltt Burton, 10 yoars connected with the University ot Chicago, was elected president of the institution. Hats cleaned and, blocked. Lewis. PALMER DENTAL CO. Popular Priced Dentist 28& N. Main Phone 2659 Gas -for Extraction Hutchinson Many Soldiers. Berlin—According to figures described as from a well Informed Qoi> man source tliero aro 80,000 Prendh and 70,000 Belglnn troops In the Ruhr occupied areas. S OUR STOMACH WUIH bod breath. se>i>r BRIM, eosted ton.-no ana belching. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS . twwtw yest stsasts sal IritsJi Jsslj tU

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