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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, August 31, 1918
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&SAtftmt >A¥. AUGUST 31. Xm. 3?H1 H VT <nHISTBO'N N EW B, PAGE ELEVEJM. ONLY GARMENTS THAT BEAR AN Endorsement can be seen at, the Frank's Sample Store. Every one of our Fall Garments has been thoroughly inspected by the most successful buyers in the country. • The designing in these garments is the last word in style; and the materials are the very best the market offers,. Our. Moderate Prices System will 1 continue as long as we will stay upstairs and keep off lower floor high Rents.' It is the low expense that - makes our low prices possible. And again we will call your attention, please, that for good, honest gar- inents at an honest price you must climb stairs to the Frank's Sample Store. We have convinced lots of them, and we ask you to coine up aiid look them over. You will admit the same. COATS $15.00 and Up SUITS $19.85 and Up DRESSES $9.95 and Up OUSES 98c and Up We Show a Big Line of All-Wool Coats and Suits at $25 De Luxe Theatre TODAY VIVIAN MARTIN In "UNCLAIMED GOODS" II •Vivian Martin. The rollicking adventures ot a who was shipped by express, cheery picture with a touch ot dramatic to make you think. DeLUXE THEATRE Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday II II THEDA BARA AS Cleopatra The siren of the Nile is the most scrumptious and spectacular tilm drama ever produced. Septo 2, 3, and 4. Opposite Kress 10c Store Upstairs : LADIES' SAMPLE STORE Store opens 8 a. m. to 6 p.m. Saturday Evening Until 9 p. m. Store .Closes Monday- Labor Day 12 m. II II "Two Tough Tenderfeet"' Mack Sennett Comedy. COMING Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. ~ "CLEOPATRA" with THEDA BARA. ROYAL—MONDAY AND TUESDAY J Norma TaPmadge In "The .Secret of the Storm Country." "The Secret ot the Storm Country' will have a lesson for everyone who sees it," declared Norma Talmadge in discussing the picture. "In my opln- lnon it is every motion picture actress' duty to uphold, the sanctity of ' the home, and inasmuch as the filth ('Mate playa BUch on important part In moulding present-day public opin- . Ion this photoplay will appeal, not only \o one class but to every rank of society, rich or poor, worldly or home-loving. 'fit is because it has this appeal that I think it the greatest picturo I have evur done. The story depends for Its climax on love's sacrifice. And inasmuch as this le an era of sacrifice It will teach to every woman who sees It a lesson which will make her want to sacrifice herself for a worthy cause, either for home or for country. "True, 'The Secret of the Storm Country* ia melodrama, but the successes in Naw York this year have been melodramas. Tho heroine, Teas, runs the gamut of emotions before tho story is completed," continued Miss Talmnge. Mother love is glorified, If there Is such a thing us glorifying the noblest emoaion of which the human heart is capable. The see." narlo has heart-Interest, love, action and sacrifice, nud a more complete formula for a screen triumph cannot be imagined. "It, ralseB the great question as to Which a mother would sacrifice If cho we're compelled lo choose: tho welfare of the man who had made her liin wife, or their child. That certainly Is. a problem which any woman would watch worked out with interest. ly to a logical but amoztne conclusion, and from start tdWlnish it constitutes Uie very highest Bort ot screen entertainment. A number of the scenes In the picture were filmed on board a private yacht. EJvery lover of the water will be delighted by these scenes as they furnish glimpses of tho sort of luxurious life that wealthy people live in tholr yachts, "Leup to Fame" Is screen entertainment of the highest order. It moves swiftly and consistently and ends with a surprise that will grip the attention and hold the Inte 'reBt of every spectator. "A BROADWAY SCANDAL." Carl Stockdale iB the Dan Clark of the film. "The Brass; Bullet." Following* "The » JJ'on's .Claws," which is navlng sucK a great run at the Iris, tho next serial attraction will be "The Brass Bullet." This Is Unlvereal's serial de luxe, the finest serial • ever filmed. It is not a war story but a serial of romance, love and thrilling adventure. Beautiful Juanita Hansen nud Jack Mulhall are featured and they are supported by an all -star cast. Watch for opening dale Biid plan to enjoy this absorbing story far more thaji you have enjoyed any magazine story you ever Tead. "LITTLE MOTHER" TO BE WAR BRIDE Carmel Myers In a Bluebird Feature , at the Iris Tuesday. « What is your idoa of French girls? •JOo you think that because they are llgljj and gay and frothy, that they haven't feelings and emotions quite • (Ike'the rest of us? It youodo,' better emtio ftfpng and see this story of a llt- , lift French waitress in a New York restaurant. Nanette lfcsson proved that..nn&qracaiu u1 ' ber gsycty was a pcrirwnryt ot manner and purpose which, finally won tho heart of a young.physician who looked upon her Simply ns a pretty plaything. Carmel Myers fc» the star. s ROYAL TOPAY. ' Catlyle Black'well and Evelyn Greeley ln'«Leap» to Faroe." ' . "Loup \{t ]?ame' ! ., is a story of today. L There is. an Jnohjent of the world-war * in Uio attraptJsn, but. it (Iocs not form the nialn motive power'(or the plot. u 'ffeore la alio ft most faaclnatln'g niyst - . IW> an 4 Jte solution wtU give every 0 >r«M«4»» .ft *8Ci<le<l Jo)* oj surprise. ? ^.immm^ •Lift *W» pteUwa tU; Program at the Iris, Tho attractions for joday will Include Helen Holmes in a thrilling railroad melodrama enUtled "The Pay- Uoll Express" and the famous com edienne, Alice Howell, In a great comedy, "In Dutch." Monday will bring Marie Walcarap in "In Disguise," the 13th episode of "Tho IJon's Claws." A Nestor comedy and Current Events will also be screened. "A Uroadway Scandal,"- featuring Carmel Myers, will be the great Bluebird attraction for Tuesday. The story is absorbingly Interesting and it's a picture that will appeal to all. Wm. S. Hart in one of his famous western stories, will be seen on Wednesday and two reels of jolly good comedy will also be shown. ,'The popular Jack Gardner will be seen Thursday" In hlB heat 'five reel production entitled, "Open Places." The story abounds in thrills and dramatic situations' that will rivet your attention. Pearl White In the 16th episode ot "The House of Hate" will como on Friday. The llearst-Patbo News and a Harold IJoyd comedy will be added attractions. Saturday's program will Include a sensational spy drama entitled "The Human Target," in which KingBley Benedict has the leading role, and al«o an UKo comedy cntlUed "Phoney Photos," Iris Thursday. Thrills aplenty ore provided for thrill-loving audiences in "Open Places," the Etssanay feature in which Jack Gardner, the former musical comedy star, ia appearing. Hinging on a romance between a little Now JSnglund school teat-her and a, member of Canada's celebrated Itoyar Mounted police, this picture nresente rapid- fire Western acUoo'from start to finish. The scenes are laid in the. mythical town of Hawhjde, -Montana, along tho Canadian boundary. "Open'Places" can be accorded the best work of Mr. Oardnefe screen c'a-, reer. n the role of the mounted, po- Ucfiman,. the actor, portrayB a remarkable and realistic characterization. He has -a personality which wine his audience {rani the start, ana toes with them, fxm U»* theatres. MtUe Rllth Ring, one. p,fyw> mp*t coaming P' tttft newor „ generation Q { screen ELECTRIGTY FOR USE OF tVEWpf ARMEtt Western Tirt and Battgry Company Agents for Model Farm '•' Lighting System. IRIS All Seats Always 5c TODAY The Western Tire and Battery Company, at 100 Sherman west, are agents for the Lalley Light which Is recognized as Uie best farm lighting system in Tho Lalley'Light is the oldest farm lighting: system in use, being used successfully for the past Beven years. The Lalley light is lectrie Light for the farm. The cost Is low, it is safe and Its brilliancy is always steady. No matter what time ot,night you want a light whether It be at the house or In any ofnhe out buildings you can havo good light by Bimply turning a switch. In the winter time when the most of the outside chores are done by lantern light there is always the cbanco of setting fire to the barn or granary. With the Lalley light system there is no change of fire from a horse or cow kicking over the coal oil lantern. AVith a Lalley light system you can got power on the farm which will bo a great labor saver to 'both the man and woman. It can be used for pumping water, running grindstone and numerous other jobs around every farm yard. To the housekeeper It can run her washing machine, her sewing machine, her iron, a fan, do her cooking and in fact tho farmer can get every use from the-Lalley system that his city brother gets. Don't fail to pay tho Lalley light a visit at their booth wheu attending the State Fair. • v • • Helen Gibson In "THE PAY-ROLL EXPRESS" A Thrilling Railroad Drama. Alice Howell in ««. "IN DUTCH" . .It's a 2-Reel L-KO Comedy. , Jtgnday—Marie Walcamp in "The Lion's, Claws." Nestor Comedy and CurrentlKvents. Tues<lay-~Cartriel Myers In "A Broadway Scandal." It's a Bluebird. 5 Reels. Wednesday—'WaV, > ; S. Hart in a western drama. Two reels of good comedy. Thursday—Jack Gardner In "Open Places." 5 reel feature. One day only. • Friday—Pearl White In "The House of Hate." Hearst Pathe News and Harold Lloyd comedy. Saturday—KingBley Benedict In "The Human Target." L-KO comedy entitled "Phoney Photos." IT'S COOLER AT THE |R|8. MONDAY AND TUESDAY Norma Tamladge 99 Miss Louise Rachel Trowbridge, Miss Louise Rachel Trowbridge la Ipiown as one of the "little mothers" by the poor homeless children in, France, She has been caring (or Uiel women and children left nomeleaa; and hungry by the world war. She is to become" the bride . of Lioui-I \cnneth Sherman, a hero of the last' |torne dove Bud—Why are you going Into the •YtaMW.service? * Harry^Mlght as yell (ly here &a Important Notice. in order to moot present conditions, we have found it necessary to change from a more or less credit business to an absolute cash on delivery basis. It has always been our_aim and intention to accommodate "pur customers in every way possible and that Is still our aim. In order to maintain our business and g|ve greater accommodations every other way, it is absolutely necessary to collect on delivery. Where it is inconvenient for our customers to Ray on dellver /i a cath deposit can be made, pn- which we will allow a 2 per cent discount and we will refund any remaining part of the deposit on request of the customer, , This method will be in force on and after September 2nd, 1918. •AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY. .Thine 107 or 2107, 31-lt His Syetem. First Lieutenant—"And you say you Ttave a system by which you dan succeed In Ihe army?" "Second Lieutenant—"I have." "First Lieutenant—"And what is the secret of this system?" Second lieutenant—"Get something on your superior officer—get something better op him than he has on you,' and the sailing will he smooth , forever alt*rwW«k "T -Trenoh and IQW9> >* Riverside Park VAUDEVILLE TONIGHT •in— "The Secret of the Storm Country —Sequal to— ">Tess of the Storm Country" - "S^hl^af Mary Pickford's Masterpiece From Here the Star's Salary Went to $50,000 a Year. Friday, and Saturday Next Week European Celebrles "Yankees Fourth of July in France" Coming soon the Funniest Picture you ever saw. "THE GEEZER OF BERLIN" Travesy on "The Kaiser" the Beast of Berlin, Starting Sunday The Bobby Barker Musical Comedy Co. of 20 People in "TheWidow Brown" THE GREATEST SERIAL OF ALL TIMES HANDS UP!!! Who Ia the Phantom Rider Who Lurks in the Background and shields this Beautiful Heroine From Death and Disaster? ? ? ? ? ? • • • • • SEE THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF THIS WONDERFUL PATHE SERIAL WITII THE BEAUTIFUL STAR RUTH ROLAND PEARL THEATRE Next Monday & Tuesday TnEN EVERY WEEK Annual School Children's Treat Next Friday AH school children .admitted free, no where they reside. Free Show, will be matter Settler's Picnic Sept 10th. Why He IX>e« Not Call. Why doesn't Ueorge call on her any more? Well, It Is tola way, They .jpjero sitting on the front yorcb talking mushy talk and. sho askedi -''Whose 'HUe coolie are yw'rV-Tww* and, Caw p. DANCE! DANCING TONIGHT Riverside Park Pavilion. S-PIECE ORCHESTRA COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS /A 'mum or Green corn Hpuo t%& be »ftde trow _ _ _ „ ^_ . ' -JJ

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