The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 12, 1924 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

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Wednesday, November 12, 1924
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WEDNESDAY, NOVISMBER 12. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS PAGE NINE. CAREY OFFERS PROPERTY FOR A CLUBHOUSE Will Giva Hi* Former Home to Women of City Income Tax Hit Him |" TENDERS CLEAR TITLE Mass Meeting of Hutchinson Women Called for Tomorrow Night to Hear Proposition. Wrnerson Parey, wbo already has Riven Hutchinson ono splendid botiefactlon, Carey park, announced today that he would give (o the women of Hutchinson, for a clubhouse, his former residence at the corner of Tenth and Main. The property is tendered without pHeo, and a freo deed will DO fmnded over at once, Mr. Carey •aid. Offer In Letter To News. Mr. Carey handed the following to The News today: "I wish you would advlao tho women of Hutchinson and vicinity, who are interesled in Ihe promotion of literature, science, music, charity, etc. of a meet- Ins In the Chamber of Commerce rooms on Thursday eve- nlntt at 7:30, to consider a proposition I have to inaka to giva them my residence on the Corner of Tenth and Main to be used as a club house. I would like as largo a representation of the women of Hutchinson Interested in these activities present as possible. Yours very Iruly, EMERSON CAREY. "There isn't very much mora to tell," remarked Mr. Carey. "I know the women of Hutchinson need a club house which can bo a center of community activity for them. I am Kind to turn over this property to them." For All the Women. Mr. Carey explained that he wanted all the women of Hutchinson to have the uso of tho building, and for that reason would not deed it to any particular organization. His idea is that all organizations could unite in using It, but that the membership in tho association would be open to all women, whether members of clubs or not. and they would have control of it. . He suggested that the details of the plan would be outlined to the women at tho mass meeting tomorrow nleht. Wants All to Attend. "I hopo there will bo a liu'Ke at tendance of the women of Hutchinson at I ho meeting tomorrow night. 1 am ready to turn over tho deed to them at that time, If they wish." The property' to be given the women of the city is tho resldeuce recently occupied afl a homo by Howard Carey, which he has just vacatud. It is splendidly arranged on Ihe Interior for clubhouse purposes, with a large hall whlch-wlll M>at a large number as an assembly hall. LINCOLN" SEEN BY BIG CROWD One of the Most Dramatic Films Ever Shown in Hutchinson a note of dignity and grief which I brings a tear to the cyo of the I most blase, As tha ardent young j lovor, too, tho nctor registers well, • and lovoly Ruth Clifford as Ann j makes a figure appealing enough j to charm even tho most ambitious i youth to a moment's pause In thef : cnuso of romance, i Nell Craig as the wile gave r 1 thoroughly understanding charac I torlzntlon, Clenlle, patient in those hours of strass, and loving and tender at all times, she depicted the role wlu subtle resorve and appreciation of Its values. Abraham Lincoln will bo shown at the Royal Theatre tho entire week. Read the Classified Advertisements in the News-Herald. Home Demonstration Club Meets. The Homo Demonstration dun tn Hays township hold a regular meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. T. Hamler. Tlin study of making children's clothes was taken x up with Miss Hiltth Holmberg, county home demonstration agent In charge. Children's clothes made by women In that communliy were e\hlhltod. Revival Services at Nazarene Church quartet selections and thi choir ol :,"> voicon led by Dr. A. S, London. HENBY 6ACKETT. Henry Sackett, member of the legislature from Brown and Coleman counties, Tex., a comparatively poor man who had never paid an Income tax, leased a large body of land to an oil company for a large amount and at onceihad to pay an Income tax of $57,000. soven pound cirl that came to their homo Friday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs, 0, E. Marl In and children of St. .lohn spent Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Martin. Carl Simon is visiting home folks this week. Ralph Jones made a business trip tq Stafford Tuesday. Mrs. G. H. Grieve Is on the sick list. Miss Mona Guthery, Elsie Dunn nnd Lester McOsker are among the later ones to havo the mumps. Mrs. Walter Talbert is sick with the grlpp. Harry King and family are visiting relatives and friends in BentoQvlllc, Arkausas. .Mrs. Sarah Jones left last week for Kansas City to spend the winter with her dadghter, Mrs. Nellie Walker and Mr. Walker. MM. Ralph Jones spent Friday iu Hutchinson. Dan Tharp and Will Klllln will leave Wednesday tor Texas to spend the winter. Miss Frances Grnenman was very sick Monday Light with acute Indigestion. Mr. and Mrs. Wise repoice over the arrival of a little son. Mrs. Wiso is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Graver Clark. MrB. Tubbs is very sick with mumps. A crowd that filled the Royal theatre was thrilled by the photo-; play "Abraham Lincoln" last night. It Is one of tho most intensely Interesting films shown here In a long time. Here are to be found .all those famous high lights of the Lincoln Memoirs. But the charming episode of the romance with Ann Rutledge, tho Blmple grief in the death of his oldest boy—the husky young rnllsplltter, eager, to avenge with his own fists an Insult from the town bully, are there also. The picture carries through from tho very cradle of tho infant In • snow-buried cabin, to the eminence of tho White House. It depicts the dreamy boy learning to read against his father's wishes and shows that courageous Nancy flanks Lincoln with simple touches which will make her dear to every mother. It In difficult to comment highly enough on tho acting of George Billings in the title role. Facially almost the replica of the Lincoln of earlier portraits' the actor has achieved the mannerisms and expressions -which are familiar to every student of history with araaz- Ing ingenuity. One of tho great scenes In tho film is the death of the son, and in this Billings strikes All cars transfer to The Boston Store, get oft at A and Main, walk- half block south for lowest prices. MONEY BACK Gl-AKANTKK If you buy any article of us and wish you hadn't bring It back at once and got your money, if you can't bring It. mall it, always bring the sale slip. The Nnrarcne church will begin lis revival tomorrow nielit at 7:30 o'clock with Rev. J. A, Krlng. evan- nellM from Montana, conducting the services. Mr. Kr (i \g Is a well known sp*;!l;er nnd had many years ''xp'M'ioiuo a* atr"''v,iuecll^t. The imlvlic Is cordially Invited Ivy Dr. A. S. London, pri '-idont of the Brcesce collie to ittteud these meetings which will be h"ld every evening at 7:30 o'clock except Saturday and every morning at 10 o'clock except Monday. The feature of tomorrow evenings services will bo the Ilreesoe Ladles Aid Shower The Ladi»s Aid of the First Christian church will hold a tea towel and fruit shower at o'clock tomorrow afternoon In Mi* church basement. The fr'iit w:J! If sent to tile ciiurcli ur:' ! Mn-i home and the towels will !>c j at the church. In Scottish Rite Class. Among Ihe Hutchinson nun in the Scottish It I to Mas-mic '.'I.iw. taklnc the degree work at Wichita this week. In a class of over t vj hundn-d are K. L. r,'u)d.-.herry. Ralph W. Jones. H. A. Klntsel. A. J. Met:, and .1. A. Oadni. ICS Inspects Knights Templars. Ralph. W. Popo.-of Ottawa, grand i captain of tho suard, made an offl- j cial inspection of the Knights | Templar commandory last evening | at the regular meeting In tho Masonic temple. Following tho work ho gave a talk on the work of the commander}. Several out of town visitors were present at the session and the following made short talks, C. V. Garten, of Xewtou ami F. H. Franz, of Sterling. TURON. i',u> (' ..',in£ and family were llutcl.i :i visitors Thursday. Mr. and .Mrs. Wise rejoice over S. Tliachcr spent Wednesday in Hutchinson. Oma Jones is another mump victim. Also .Mildred Althouw. Dr. T. 1). Seo attended the dental association meeting at Great Bend, Thursday, The Nautllius club met Wednesday at tiie home of Mrs. L. P, Dunn. Mrs. Gladys Hinds of Pratt, was hero last, week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Geesllng and daughter, Ruth, were Hutchinson' shoppers Friday. Mrs. R. A. Greesonls quite sick, thretened with pneumonia. Mrs. Ruth Colglazier and Lois Juno Geesllng hnve the mumps. The Friday club met Thursday with Mrs. Clara Jones. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bruce and little son of Nickerson, visited Sunday at. tho A. B. Geesllng home. Miss Margery McMurry and Elbert McMurry spent Sunday in Hutchinson with their brother Alfred, who Is in the Grace hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Fulks, Jr., are rejoicing over the arrival of a Met in Country. The Fellowship class of the First United llriHhren church held its monthly clnss meeting last night at the home of Olio Skeltit, It miles west of tho city. After tho business meeting tho class enjoyed an oyster supper followed .by music and a general good time. Confer Esquire Rank. E. It. Cunningham and H. E. Woodson received the Esquire Rank last ovening at the regular meeting of the Knights Pythjas. After the business meeting tho entertainment committee mado plana for a Thanksgiving celebration to be held the last meeting of tho month. William Bowman Is chalr- rtvnn of the committee. The Knight rank will bo conferred on five candidates nfcxt week. To Entertain Stricken Member. Seventeen members of the Court of Honor lodge will go this evening lo put on a program for Mrs. William Cole 425 Twelfth Ave., west, a former member who has been ill for the past five years. Songs and music will be conducted by -Mrs. A, C. Dowell and Miss Nellie Irwin and at tho close refreshments will be served by Mrs. Myrtle Morgan, Mrs. A. C. Dowell and Mlsa Nellie Irwin. ODDS AND ENDS FROM A REPORTER'S NOTE BOOK Roy Compbell, former Hutchinson boy, now one of Wichita's leading vocal artists mado bis first appearance before a Topeka audience Thursday evening when he sang tho tenor role of Handel's "Messiah," at tho clt. auditorium. The oratorio was sung b» tho Handel and Philharmonic, society of Topeka. This was their fourth _ performance of Handel's famous 'masterpiece. Mr. Cnmpbell is director of the School of Music at Friends University and Instructor lu voice. He was received with much favor in Topeka. "The radio program carried In the Hutchinson News nnd Herald Is one of the first things many ot tho readers look for," remarked Carl Donovan, of the Donovan Electric Co. "You'd bis surprised how many folks in the country depend on this radio program every day. J. D. Eales, of Fifth Avenue west who was "bom and bred lt» old Kentucky" says he • i't understand these stories of forest fires around Louisville. The forests there were cut away years ago," he declares. W. J. Trego, of St. John, is said to bo the father of two pairs ol twins. He has two brothers -who aro also fathers of twins and each are also tho fathers of triplets, Bo- slde this there Is one nephew lu the family who Is the father of two sets of triplets. The other night when Hutchinson had only a sprinkle of ruin, a real drencher fell a few miles southeast ot here. Henry Eales, who has a farm in south Valley fowushlp says the water ran In the roads and stood In the gullies the next day. Kddie Grimes, who had the reputation among many from Hutchinson us being the beat cuok in Ihe A. K. V. Is now a printer at Wichita. Ho was visiting here yesterday with friends. Grimes was a cook with the Supply company, i:s7th inf., from Hutchinson. P. H. Hnyden, of Hutchinson It. V. D. No. 1 is In favor ot u law compelling all foreigners to take an oath when they land in this country thut they are willing to hear anus at all times to defend this nation. "Any time they violate that oath," ho argues, "we should confiscate all property, personal nnd real, and deport thorn." Family Washing AH Ironed, Partly Ironed, or Wet Wash We Use IVORY SOAP and SOFT WATER ModelTaundrV DRY CLEANERS miWitlMrl WUMr*MkB.M» PHONE 4 4 2:00 P. M. and 7:30 P. M. Daily FREE! A beautiful present given to eaeh of the -first 20 ladles attending every afternoon's sale. A genuine diamond ring given away after each day's sale. BROWN'S Jewelry Co. 120 N. Main THE BOSTON STORE H M it for L MI. Lowest in tho City Prices. War Time Profits— Are a thing of the past with us— we quit long ago trying to get them, we are selling on the present day basis, we meet the price of any catalogue and capture the order. Our customers don't have to send away to get right prices, they get them right here at home and sec what they buy and no freight to pay. Our money back guarantee could not be stronger. Specials— For Thursday, Friday and Saturday Best 32-inch Domestic Gingham; Plaids, Qg^ Stripes, Plain. .Yard sfc^C Good 32-inch Gingham; Plaids, *1 Ql/osf* Stripes and Checks. Yard . * ^ /Zf# Best Percale; Not Best Patterns. •£ 5Vl2C Flannelette, Blue Onlv. *f *}\/ n g% Yard /ZV Dark Outing Flannel, 27-inch. »| Ol/oaf* Yard : *v/Zt Women's High Top Shoes, 2\ to 3. flLl Average Value $5.00 «P * • I ^ Below Are Regular Prices— Mohair, T*&W5Swi -CC.f% Yard . WWW Wool Crepe, 36-inch, ^ 1 Yard Finest sRsftsf* Satteen ......... ; . ...... 3wC Best 1 AVoO Shirting - JLw /.«V Amoskeag A. C. A. AXL** Ticking.... . ... /2V Hope Bleached *f y| 3/ Muslin *** /4V Best 36-inch Dark Outing OCZaf* Flannel , ......... ...... Heavy Light Outing *f A%/ ^ Flannel , .. *** /4C 36-inch Percale, Dark and *fl ststl/»af»a Light r iO /2C Men's Winter Csftat* Caps WC Best Challies, New \ fl/ n g%. Patterns * * /ZV Ready-to-Wear Garments Here is your chance. For three days we are offering our entire stock of Ladies' and Children's Ready—to-Wear V*Off Our Regular Price Every garment la marked In plain figures. See tht price, deduct fourth and take the garment. Our reason for doing this is bscauee the seaeon is lata and we would rather maks this sacrifice than to carry the garments over. Do not loss this great saving opportunity. Remember the cold weather Is bound to oome and you will nsvsr havs this chance again. Annette, One of Autumn's Most Striking Gore Slippers A hund.Miiue esampU- (if the fineness milady tiiuis in ^chousing Young's modes as sketched; Patent leather, three dainty beaded elastic instep bands, lipht soles, covered boxwood heels—only ILighl Dollars. See Them in Our Windows YOUNG'S SHOE STORE Phone 17S7. Eatsbiished 1»77 12 North Main. GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE Terms to suit your pocket book. We. are ottering the following list of cars at prices and terms that will appeal to you. Pay our place a visit. You may walk in but you will ride out because you will find the. car you want here. New Ford Coupe This can be had at a considerable saving not only in the first cost but the carrying charges as well. 1918 Ford touring, all good tires; a real bargain at thit price $50. Pay $20 down, balance $5 per week. 1921 Ford touring, with atarter, curtains open with doors, priced to sell. Pay $80.40 down, balance $12.41 each month, Includes Interest and insurance. 1923 Chevrolet coupe, looke lik« new, tires and upholstering In first class condition. ' 1924 Chevrolet coupe, a new car at a saving. 1921 Chevrolet sedan. In fine condition; $78.16 down, balance $12.41 per month, Including Interest and Insurance. 1918 Auburn touring, four new tlrea to go for $125. Pay $85 down, balance' $4 per week. 1921 Ford coupe, in first class mechanical condition. Pay $88.04 down, balance $14.23 per month including Insurance and Interest. 1921 Ford roadster, with starter and demountable rims. Pay $59.76 down, balance $11.35 per month, Including Interest and insurance. 1919 Reo touring with five new tires. Pay $40 down, balance $3 per week. One ton Ford truck with spare tires. Pay $107 down, balance $15.13 per month, Including Interest and Insurance. 1921 Chevrolet touring, with five cord tires; Pay $32.74 down, balance {11.35 per month, including Interest and Insurance, Open Evenings and Sundays. Superior Motors Co. Phone 3582. 1M-108-110 West 1st Send Us Your Mail Orders—We Deliver Post Paid. THE BOSTON STORE 112-114 South Main. Hutchinson, Kan». Half Block From The High Rent District PREMIUM SODA CRACKERS SLIGHTLY salted, ddiciouslr crisp soda crackers that axe good witb soups, salads, jsjxu, j«llit»,c*c. At your grocer's in pockagu, family size containers, or by the posni NATIONAL BISCUIT OOMMRY

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