The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 3, 1918 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, September 3, 1918
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*m-|P ?TCEhr80tf NEWS. Out-of*town customers find Raich's- a convenient place to shop* Packages may be left here free of charge. 'Quality Tells- PricciSclls" The New Slbre U2N.M«iu Much Eye-Strain Caused by Near Work f t I it is true that long- I tirmtlmicd reftdliiK. sow- I liut, nr desk work wW f nrodticft oyo H train, but > moHt of It la tho .result of fWccta In the eyca Ibom- Ht-lvou. A person with astUirni- tlnm which IN uncorrected - tty Klaanofl aubjecf* his m fyes to a , cunstnnt jf AlrnJn whether or Jiut ltd • does near work. \V"« have SUCCMJI with ( till foliu.s of tus tig mi­ lium. Clarence G. Fearl, . . Optometriit I FEARL & SON Jewelers and Optometrist* fBB UstaMtehad uvs. • ^3E0 Riverside Park TONIGHT The Bobby Barker Musical Comedy Co. of 20 People '-'•.'in ••: "A Wise Woman" Annual School Children's Treat Next Mrs. A. ti. Shepherd gave & shower inst evening tot her sister, Miss hstlnlo Holloway, who Is, to bo warned toon to B. J. Huekstep. A mock Wedding trail ono diversion 61 the evening. The hostess netted ft delicious luncheon later In the evening to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Holloway and family, Mr. and Mis. Joe' Holldway and-family, Mr. and Mrs. Sain Pollock, Mr: and Mrs, Chas. Short, Mrs. Ofa Garman, Mrs. L. O. Tucker, Mrs. I. A, Moore, Mrs. W. O. Holloway, Mrs,Harry Burke, Mrs. W.M. Mathews, Miss Isabel Patterson, Mr. Emery Htrckstep and Mr. Joyae Hollowuy. ' . " - 0 * <J> .. ••. , . •" MY. ami Mrs; T. 0. Hicks of Partridge entertained nt a seven o'clock dinner atilfotr home Sunday evening. Plates were, laid for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Miss Myrtle May of Modern, Miss L. iladley, MIBS Mary Hadloy, Mis* Mamie Hldks, Mr. W. C. Hicks of Camp Kunston, iMr,' John Thompson, Mr. lid Thompson, Mr. Ben Campbell, Mg* Frank Hlnes and Mr. Rob iilcksr- • , <S> <S> * Dr. and MTB. II. J. Din-all will leave tonight for Gates Park, Colorado wlicre thoy will spend two weeks.' - •' While* ^enroule homo they will'slop for .a few days visit, with' Mrs. Ditvnirs brother,'-Br. George Norlin and Mrs. Norlin al Uonlder. Colorado. Dr. Norlin Is acting president of the Colorado Unit-entity. They will also visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kusene DUvall n{ Laihar.' Mrs. William J. Goldman and little son Stanley, will leave this evening for Kansas City, Mo., after spending several weeks hero with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. B. Cohn. Mrs. Goldman will be Joined iu Kansas City, by'Mr. Goldman and Inter they will return lo their homes In Dos Moines, Iowa. • • Mr.'and MrB. Dean, of Lyons,; Mr. 1 DitvidHOU of Lawrence, 'Mr. Dent Gray of Lyons and Mrs. D., C. Webb of Lyons were the guests of Mrs. S. .0. Putcrbnugb at dinner Sunday. ;The party came up from Wichita wfliore they had been on a Week's motor Itrip. • • <8> Mr, and Mrs. J. :P„ Kelly and .children Frederic and Ruth Franclsi are expected to come tomorrow from San Bernardino, California lo visit -Willi Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallup and ulso with Mr. ,uud Mi's. Edward Crocker and Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Downey. • • • * * '-.. Mrs. Frank S. Randle entertained al dinner last evening for the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pottlt and Bon, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Handle, Mrs. George Howe df| Kinsley and Mrs. P. A. Kendall. • • • ' :• Miss Treco Caskey and Miss Stella Caskey s ere boBtesses to a luncheon yesterday. The guests Included :l Mrs. Ross Layne of Wichita, Miss 'Edna Kn'pdc, Mts.t May Buettner, ; Miss Hnftiii Snyder, Miss Mildred Buettner, and Miss Beulah Davis. •'The Apollo Club --will' meet; with Mrs.' D. 13.' Rtcliards-'at her homo on First avenue east. They have arranged for a social time, and the active members'arc urged to come. Plans will be made for their work for (he coming year. <S> <3> • ' ' Friday All school children admitted free, no where they reside. Free Show. will be matter Old Settler's Picnic Sept 10th. -nine for the following guests: Mir. itnd Mrs. Ilbscoe Mambflc; Mr. nud Mrs. Otto Stevens .and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.' Campbell. ; ' 0 • * Mr. and Mrs. Will Barnes of Lyons were the guests of Mf. Rftd Mrs. A. B. Duvall yesterday. * * <j> ' . Mrs, Jerome Jones Is expected to return tonight from Manltou, Colorado, where she, has been Spending the summer. ' -.'*.' * 4> Mr, and Mrs. Bd Moore returned yesterday from Spar, Colorado, where they have been since the first of July. 1 ' ' 4> $ J- Mr«; Qi M. Shephard returned iSiln- day from a four week's visit In east- em Kansas and In Oklahoma. <J> <!> j Miss qiadys Petersen leaves Sun-' day for Manhattan, where she will attend college this year. * «> * Mr. Presby Carpenter of Parsons, Is •here visiting with 'Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Woods «nd family. <<• <3> Mrs. L. 0. H. Slusher has returned from her vacation at Topeka, aud various other poThta. _ * •••'• Miss Vera Pedlgo has returned froni Preston, where she has been visiting with friends. <$>.<}• . Dr. and Mrs. .7. W. 'Magulre and Mr. and Mrs. Gardner motored'to Colorado Saturday. * * «• • ' • I Mips Ruth, Richards left today,for Emporia where she will attend Emporia College. '•• • •.•.••' Miss >Ilanle Hatfield returned last night from a vlsft In New- York City. & 'V . Miss Harriett Gass and Miss Ruth Frame S^ent yesterday at Halstead. , . <S> * Mrs. Homer Myers of Sylvia Is here for a few days' visit with relatives. Miss Lois Turner spent yesterday at Mt. Hope visiting with friends, '.:'• • - ^ <!> Miss Florence Wilson 1 spent ' Ihe week-c.ndiln Turon. DR. ATKINSON - Chiropractic Physician 20 % North Main. T-tf , Dancers Notice. Beginning-with Friday night, 1 September C, I will resume my dances at |.Woodman H"all every Friday night. Lessons every Friday afternoon and night and Saturday, Phone 14t>5, Holaday's music. Anna McDonnell. Bring iti Your OLD FELT HAT We'll wake it look like new Notice to Dancers. The De Luxe dances formerly held at Stevens', pavilion on Wednesday and Saturday evenings will be held In Woodman hall, beginning Wednesday everting,,September'4. Music by Holaday's .orchestra. . 2-3t PARIS IS PLEASED (Continued from Pago'One.) the region one of.the most, difficult to attack and easiest to defend on. tile whole of the western front. Never „ , _ . „,,„„,„ i tholess General Mangln is making Mrs. K. A. Green has as her Boosts, ro8|l . dall j scor i nebB dvances which for a few days this week, Mrs. C. K. | „,,,,,„ ,„„, , . 4 „ B , h „„« a ,„„i .-,«» APPEARE0 IN CONCERN Former Hutchinson Vyoman .ajngs at Soldiers Benefit... A very fine outertalnment was given recently at the United States Naval Training canip at San Pledrp, California iu whlyh a,former Hutchinson woman took part Mrs. Katherlue Melville Crocker wire of ; Jn,y W. Crooker witfl On the .program for BOV- eral vocul numbers. The affair was witnessed by thousands of Jack Turs and was said to be one of the finest affairs of Jts/klrid over-given' there. It was put on under the supervision of the noted, movie actress- Miss Gladys Urock,ye|l.. Among the patronesses was.'Miiry pickfo-rd and many other.screen; favorites'., Mrs.! (jrocker who IB a talented' lnuslcittjj sang "Loves Garden of Hoses",Smllo Slumber" in'French antf'"Anwrlcans, t'ouie." After' the program^ liie toeh w«ro all guesfs *bf, t^e State. Women's War Relief ftt dinner,' " 1 j /' Fresh Fruit, Peaches,' pears, plums,, grapes, apples, cantaloupes, water melons, manges, bananas and lemons at I. SMITH'S grocery und market. Phono 1500. . 3 " U Muslo studonta desiring time with Mr. Haberkorn sUwuld wake arrange* inula miw. Phsne W$. Ifi -tH Klelhheln of Manhattan, her sister, Miss Fern Whitehead of Winfleld and Miss Louise Dorn also of Winfleld. t * <& Mr. and Mrs. R. C. O rider and daughter Tltco, -Mr. and Mrs/ A. S.. Williams and daughter Alberta, spent Sunday and Monday at Belpre visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Corby. , •'' - * * * • . Mrs. M. Freoland and Mrs. A. J. FlnoB and children of Kansas City, Missouri are the guests of their daugh­ ter''and sister MTS. Ernest Forsytho nnd'Mr. Forsythe. . • ' <s> * $ 'Miss Elsie Larlmoro Is home from Bartlesvllle, Oklohoma, for-a few days visit with relatives before .going onl to Denver, Colorado where .she -trill make her home. ^ <S> ^' Mrs. J. S. Schwartz and daughter Margaret returned to McPherson yesterday after several days' visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. R. I* Hall. ~ ' <5> •<$> Mrs. J. R. Terronco has returned from-Ft. Leavenworth, where she has linen visiting with her son, 13dward Seward, who Is stationed there. ..„• * * • . Mrs. Jaines W.' Scott leaves today for IiartleBVllle, O>k,lahoma,'whoro Blie will Join her husband, who Is' manager of the Melr Hotel there. '••'*•' > Mr. «"d Mrs. 3. H. Lee announce the birth of a son yesterday U) whom thmiatn'e or Samuel Hunt, Junior, has been given,. i , . •"»' •-!;; «t* * ' • • The' Military''Sisterhood ( will have their, monthly meeting at the Library -.Hall. .Thursday ttftersioon ., at three o'cltSbk, •'••• The R. W. B. club will be entertained this, evening by Miss Lucille 'Gibus 6't her hpme on Seventh avenue west. • £ ; .!•:; i • • • • Mr. and Mrs. T. Q. Uls ,h and' son, Norman of Macksvllle, are here visiting with Mrs. L. M. UUh for a few days. <}> <a> Miss Helen Giles Is to leave this w-si'k for Manhattan where she will resume her 'School duties ut IC S, A. '' SMr.i^nd Mrs.,'Jphft Blmmqns, and family have returned from a molor trip to the- southern part of the state. Mrs. A. 'M. Wright has returned from Oak Hill, where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Bqnhain ' • • * : . Mrs. ROBB Lane of Wichita, who has'been hero visiting frlendB (or a few days-, has returned hpme. ~ • • • A i; Mr. and Mrs. Yal Aldretj feutertain. ed st a seven o'clock dinner last eve- whilo not' great In themselves arc, appreciable And .continuous and calculated to have a culminatlve effect Through the capture of Louiily, eight miles north of Soissons and of Terny- Soruy 3 miles directly south of Leuilly. the"'"Frerich'' have completed the call turo of Iho plateau above Soissons. Leuilly in addition Is close to the AlUitle, while Teruy-Sorny is on a level with the Chomln Des Dames i which Is less than.four miles to the east. One effect ;6f. the'iidyance Is to give it view over-the''vhoie country eastward as far ^IB Laoq; an advantage which, will have Its effect in due time.*.. .'"•' :, CerniFMsm iitd »«eon< str«tt( When you come down | town take a look in our win- * dotus. Our display there | will give you some idea of | the beautiful garments we | have for you. We will be | pleased to have you come | in also f and look over our jjj stock at your convenience. « No obligation to purchase. | 0. F, Sawyer Dry Goods Co. Corner Sucond and Main Sis, jjj -i POISONED CIGARETTES. They We're Found on a G )rl Who Attacked Premier Lenlrie. Amsterdam, Sept. 3.—Dora* Kaplan the Russian revolutionary who attacked Premier Lenlne has refused to disclose the names of her accomplices or lo give.any Information regarding the attack, says a dispatch from Moscow to the Berlin Lokal Anjelger. , She said that she recently arrived In Moscow from the Crimea. Witnesses stated (hat a student about 15 years old stopped the premier ml handed him a-, paper and at the am» Mine two women approached him. Dora Kaplan af/or the shooting fled Into 'the street /where she was arrested, and, taken to tag ministry of war. .''.,"*''. ....',, •' Poisoned ^cigarettes .were found on' her. ''''v'-' .:'. OVER THE T9PAND THEN SOME. Men o,f'Court House Klddjug W, T, Clark about Fall. • •* Yesterday, ai'te.riioon W. T. Clark started to do a little hand .decorating at his hpme i'H Avenue F..west.and was on the top rung of a twelve foot ladder when It tipped over and he fell head long. The men at the oSurt bouse are kidding him today and his answer to them all was that he had-been over the top and didn't find a single .German when he got there either. . Beside being bruised and somewhat stiff and sore, be is wearing a neat little bandage over his upper Up which was cut when Ue fell. THE WOMEN PARTICIPATB. They Are Assisting to Nominate Candidates In New York. Albany, N. Y., Sept. 3^Vpr the first time In the history pf, New York statu women today p&rtlelpotfcd In the prl mary election for c*nil(^ates for nomination to state, rongresslojnal, legisla- tiye and judicial of tlceB, On the Republican side Governor Charles S, Whitman was opposed by Attorney General Monton* E). Lowis for the gubernatorial nomination. Op the Uemocratlo side Alfred 3mlth, president of the Bosjd o{ Al- TO DAY Norma Tamladge -in- 99 "The Secret of the Storm Country Friday and Saturday This Week French Celebrities "Yankee's Fourth of July in France" Goining soon"the Funniest Picture you ever saw. "THE GEEZER OF BERLIN" "^raMsypii u> rbe'Kaiser""tlie Beast .of ^Berlin. TOMORROW and THURSDAY MAE MARSH "A Glorious Adventure" Today PEARL Today Ruth Roland in tbp greatest of all serial pictures "HANDS UP" • also ' . Alma Ruebins in "I LOVE YOU" a seven reel super production, demon, Now York City, was opposed by Wm. Church Osborne, . Wedding Licenses. James Garfield Moore, .33' and Maude Kennedy 32, both' of, Hntchin. son. George H, Scbouerman 30, and Alta Bush 2-1, boUi ut Hutcbinson. Dr, H. O. .Hook, ostjBopathic. physlr clan, 17 years practice Jn Hutchinson, now located over 2Siut& Jewelry Store, ?H North Majastroot. W\ Mr. and MTS . G. W, Hoff#ess motored to Bucklln yesterday to spend the day with * • - Coming Wednesday and Thursday Wm. S. Hart, In "THE DESERT MAN" IN 'CLEOPATRA' The $2.00 Road Show at DE LUXE THEATRE Prices: Children 10c Plus War Tax Adults 25c Today and Wednesday HHBSHSJB^ All Seats |- A Always JC TODAY CAR MEL MYERS -| , —IN— * "A PROADWAY SCANDAL." It's A Bluebird, 5 reels.' Today only. TOMORROW— : ; CHA.RUE CHAPLIN '. , Comedy Bit. LIE RHODES Comedy IRIS SOREEN TELEGRAM fihowloii otiictal WM news m»4 other tiaportout events. THURSDAY-* Ui'jjj! JACK GRADNER 1; •-IN- >m - "Of EN PLACES'' The oaly way some men can \m *pora again" is to have hell knock- fa out °? the».—AtehtsoB Globs, The Packard Piano Graces Many Homes of Refinement It is an inspiration to the musically inclined. There is inifinitely more satisfaction in owning one than in wishing you did. VEATCH BROS. PIANO HOUSE Pbone 52 Tho Homo of liigh class pianos. 120 North Main NEWS If j:oa Want to g«t tf*s W*4rt you Waot Sou Waut to AdverOie your Wants In tbt Waot Colwnnfl of The Kews. A

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