The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on August 31, 1918 · Page 19
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August 31, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 19

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'f 1 v » TBI HtJtfCfflKSOH StEWSV PAGE en ^ifc •I- •' , iWlicn ill Hutchinson use the service of the We give quick service on tire repair work. Sec us for Hassler Shock Absorbers Hartford Shock Absorbers Knight and Blackstone Tires Gabriel Snubbers Legalite Lenses . Gasoline, oil, retreading, vulcanizing, FREE AIR AND WATER All the Time We have 2(5 brand new auto bodies, leather upholstered, to sell at a bargain price. v . . 'WALTER W.SMJTM '~ . HOSP] A GOOD TIME AHEAD There Will be Many Ways to Aniuse One at State Fair. FINE FREE ATTRACTIONS. TEXTILE FABRICS Department Was Largest Last Year I bat Was Ever Known. INCREASE RECORD THIS YEAR And Night Pyrotechnic Show Will Uive idea of What the War is Like. Fine Arts Also Shows Signs of Needing More Space 1 ban It Had Before. PHONE 2020. -SHERi HUTCHIN5.0N KAN msm MAlNSrtTHIS; HEMTYWm HOUSE NEWS If you Want to get the Want you* Want You Want to Advertise your Wants In the Want Columns of The News. The fact that a State'Fair Is educa- ] lional 1 B not tho only side to attract the viallora to tho ulr. The old adage that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy la remembered by tho board of muDngora and enough of tho amusement Bide is brought In lo balance the work a day Bide which a Fair Is the primary interest. Thin year tho free attractions which have been signed up are of an unuBual nature. Thnvlu 'B International Dancers will give demonstrations of the latest In the art. Tho Hellene Trio, two women and a man will do thrilling acrobatic Blunts In the air, Robinson's Elephants, a quartette of Colossal Comedians and tho Lavain Trio, eccentric acrobats tnako up an afternoon and evening's entertainment which will 'please everyone. Great Lakes Naval Band Here. The music of the Pair this year will be of the very best Beginning with Sunday's concerts, nfternoon and eve­ ning'of the Great Lakes Naval Band, of 35 pieces : sent out to boost the government in not only in enlisting men but also In stirring up patriotism for'"the coming" Liberty Loan drive, good music will be enjoyed throughout tho week. They will be here longer during the Fair week. Tho official State Fair band will be under the direction of Prof. .Herb. A large tent has been pro'vlded for the people to hear speakers both known wiLhip the Blnte and from all oVer the country. It is hoped to huve a cabinet officer present. The list of speakers have as yet not been announced by Secretary A. L. Sponsler. Tho Grand Pyrotechnic Bpeclacle will be given each evening beginning Monday at 8:3(1 and will be a replica of tho World's War and given on a scale that rib opera houeo or amusement bouse under roof could possibly accommodate. Then there will be tho Midway attractions, this put on by the Parker Amusement Company, a Kansas concern. Their shows are clean entertaining and educational. Located east of the BeUcr Babies building and up and down the main street of the grounds-' they will do their best to entertain the big crowdB which always attend the Fair- Just the Thing. , "Norah, my husband is raving over those lamb chops you sent up. He says they arc raw, and he is acting like a wild man," said the mistress. "Then shuro, mum," said Norah, "If he's, acting like a wolld man, • raw mate Is Just the food for 'im." The greatest showing of textile fabrics' that was ever gotten together In this section of the country, was the exhibit which was shown last year at tho Kansas State Fair. There-were more than three hundred Entries listed than was over totaled before In the history of the fulr association. And It is the intention that this year shall show, nn increase that even ex. ceeds that of last year. It liaB been said that the American woman Is rapidly losing the art of handiwork -with the needle and hook. However true this may be of the general class, there are a few expert needle women who can still ply the needle and produce*really wonderful and -beautiful finished articles. Mrs. George S. Bentley has charge of this department and she will ho assisted again this year by May Har- Bha, Miss Moscelyn Campbell, Mrs. T. Roy Campbell and Mrs. O. F. Winship of Great Bend. This department Is to be strictly the work of Kansas women except In antiques. No articles can be entered from any other •tales. Fine Arts. Larger space than ever before will be given over to the Fine Arts department. TJje first few years the exhibits were confined to the state and vicinity alone buf lately this prohibition has been removed and exhibits are sent here from all parts of the United States. This department consists chiefly of paintings and Is divided into two classes, professional and amateur. Hand painted china of course heads the list of entries. Mra : Ed. L. Teed is the superintendent and hor assistant.! will be chosen at a later date. A square of asbestos paper should he taken along on a camping trip — it may be made Into a cone to hold the potatoes, etc., which are to be roasted in the ashes.' ORDINANCE HELD UP. Street Car Company Already Complying With Its Orders. The ordinance calling upon the street cars to change seats at the end of each -.rim waa ordered held up at the City Commission yesterday as the company haa already issued orders about this. The car company also has signified itB Intention to get better signs on the cars designating the streets which the cars run on. RESOLUTION PASSED. Allowing plpemen and Hosemen a Bonus Until Next Spring. The resolution providing for tho giving of the pipemen and hosemen on tho city fire department a bonus of 10 per cent of their salary was passed yesterday. This will be In effect until the spring meeting when the matter of raising city employes' salaries will be taken up. New Talking Machines O UR line is not like any other make in the world and we think they are better. They have a sounding-board like a piano and have the sweetest tone of any make. They are from $25 to $75' cheaper than any other good make and have the finest cases of-any machine. We sell them on very favorable terms. We have some fine pianos that we promise to save you $100 over any other of the same grade. Everything in Music and Fmnitarh F. WILKINSON 8 and 10 North Main FUNNY REQUESTS. Which Doctors Receive From the Men In War Hospitals. London. — A Canadian officer, wounded early In the war, came to St. Katharine's Lodge, one of .the American Red Cross orthopedic hospitals In London, to have his loft arm made over. The elbow had been shattered. The officer waa given a choice of having a. weak movable elbow, or a strong stiff one. Without hesitation, the Canadian chose tho stiff elbow, and astonished the surgeons by asking that the arm be made perfectly straight so he could -use 'a hunting riflo and a billiard cue. Another Canadian officer-insisted on having his smashed -leg so rebuilt that he could continue to ride a horse. It required months of orthopedic treatments, but when the patient finally left the hospital to return to hiB ranch in Western Canada, he was ready for the saddle. These caseB Illustrate not only the special work of an orthopedic hospital, hut how closely the surgeons consult the wishes of their patients. Enroll Monday. Regular fall term opening. New classes organized on these dates. The Salt City Business College, Hutchinson, Kansas, 3U-2t Silk ticot is becoming more popular. more and HEV SCOUTS! A call Is made to all members ot tho order of American Scouts to be present at a meeting to be held at tho hall over the Leader Clothing Store, corner South Main and Avenue A west Saturday, Aug. 31 at S p. m. MatterB of importance are to be Investigated In relation to several suits that have recently been filed against the order are to be considered. "To bo fit not to bo, that Is the question". J. 1). CAIUUNGTON, 30-2t Chairman of Committee. Closea at Noon Monday. I Smith Grocery & Market and I. Smith Bakery and Grocery. Kindly place orders accordingly- 30-2t Young girls wear charming little checked waistcoals Inside their navy scree coats. Fruit and milk sherbets are good substitutes for frozen crearaH. DIAMONDS See Us For Dargaina We are showing n fine line of Diamonds at Last Year's Prices. A. L. WILSON Leading Jeweler 108 N. Main St. A washing machine electric motor can bo made to turn an ice cream froeaer. A whole barrel of dried rhubarb may be lied up In a pa-per bag. Be.Patriotic—Cook By Electricity SAVES 20% OF YOUR FOODS—60% IN LABOR PHILIP B. HAWK. PH. P., Professor of Physiological Chemistry, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia: "Potatoes, most staple of vegetables, lose 18% of their mineral matter, 12% of the protein jvhen boiled. Carrots lose 40% of their ' protein and 26% of their sugar; the boiling of cabbage robs that vegetable of over 30% of its soluble Carbohydrate, awl "about 50% of its mineral salts. These cooking losses are unfortunately not confined to vegetables, boiled meat loses 37% of its fats and 67% of its mineral matter; the ordinary roasting, process lessens the food value of meat to the extent- of 57 percent of these food substances, You Can Start to Save the Moment You Begin to Cook. For Booking with a STANDARD ELECTRIC RANGE eaves' four- fifths of the available supply of coal. , Phone 62 J -ELECTRIC STORE m target, 6 South Main Alt* nd » W. J. BOWMAN S COMPANY Great "Win the War" Sale / OCTOBER 23.1918

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