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November 14, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 2

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T'AGK TWO. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS* FRTDAV. NOVEMBER 14, 1 ^4 ON SALE SATURDAY lOO HAMS BLACK FRIDAY FOR TELLERS OF FORTUNES SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAM "The Standard of Ouality'' 8 lbs. averaue Small Pla Hams OlS ^if* per pound sfcOvU by the ham Ouy * Half or Whole Ham Saturday Is the last day of our Canned Goods Sale, Buy now tor the winter. You save the price of 2 cans when you buy by the dozen. New Vegetables for Sunday: Bunch Beeta Bunch Turnips Carrot a Cucumber* Fresh Tomatoes Spinach Fresh Meats Dressed Hens Dressed Fries Leg of Lamb Fancy Dnhy Detf Cottnoc Cheese Rib Roast of Berf Drookfielri Sausage HOME MADE KRAUT, 2 lbs. 15c Turkeys for Thanksgiving. Order early for the best selection. Phone 1500 7 South Main Fre< Delivery § Mmc. Valarie and Antoinette, on Sherman East, Arrested. TAKEN TO CITY JAIL Is now In the city Jail in default of ball. "There linn been loo much of this fortune tolling grafting luminous." snlii Chief of Police W. K. Lon<?. "It's against tho law, and wo lire going to stop It.' And "Reverend' 1 Armstrong, who Mixes "Yarbs" was Also Locked Up. DON'T miss this wonderful ln*t op- I 'Mitnnllv. SpiM-lnl f:rdlr,KS ?1 up to V'-v. :o, orilv. Tn>- mam-i-jus astn>[u- i:ist plv.-s uls'dm-' i '01 -r .-i l. .ulvlco tn :>M lintw)rt.'int iiffitlr* of life !>?:t l->st Sli'-nriwi. Plume JSPriW. Hours U a.m. ! i, 'J I 'lll. Barber Kills Four and Ends Own Life Memphis, Term., Nov. 14.—Reese Wober, brother of Henry Weber, crippled barber who shot and bill ed four porsonus here last night end ib.'.n Blew himself, was Jailed this morning on a teennkai charge. Reese Weber. Is said to have made thenls against a man whom be held responsible for ibe beginning of the trouble that ended in five deaths last night. While rolicu were seeking to Trevont further additions to the homicide list, relatives of those slain last night were going about lue sad task of completing funeral arrangements tor the four shot by Henry Weber. They are: His wife, "Mrs. Bessie Weber; liarl Shader, emi.loye of a dental supply firm; Mrs. Karl Shader and Mrs. Thomas Alexander. I'nlwe assign as the cause for the killings "domestic ilifflciiltieji." Weber and his wife separated Inst Sunday. Ho was In- ninrly Jealous of her and feared that she Intended to get a divorce. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Services for Mrs. McNaul. Short funeral services were held for Mrs. KlUi T. McNaul at 4 o'clock this afternoon ut the family home, 802 Twelfth nvo. west and the remains will be taken tonight to Moborly, Mo., where they will be laid at rest In Oakland cemetery beside the body of her son, Harry, who preceded her in doatb. The Eastern Stars held an Impressive service after Rev. H. L. Oleckler of the First Methodist church had held his service. Mrs. McNaul was born In northern Ohio in 1803 and In early girlhood moved to Ashland, 0., and later to Macon. Mo. Hero she was married to T. S. McNaul on March 4 th, 1886. To thle union three children were born, Harry, Hollls D. McNaul and Norioe B. McNaul, the latter two with the husband, surviving. After marriage she united with the Methodist Episcopal church euu was an earnest and conslstant Itionibcr of the church at Atlanta, Queen City, Mohorly and Hutchinson. She was u member of the Kustern Star, Itoyal Neighbors und Yeoman lodges. Mrs, Mary Schlatter Dies. Mrs. Mary Schlatter, aged OS years, wife of John Schlatter of j I.ittV Valley township, McPherson! county, died last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Gordon, northoust oi the city. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the lmuau church with Huv. W. II. Stevens in charge. Inter 'lent will be lu the lumuu cemetery. Surviving her are the husband and niuo children: .Mrs. George Bergen, Milford. Okla.; Mrs. H. J. .Achilles, Ininan; John .Schlatter, Inruan; Mrs. K. C. Schlatter, N'ick- ersou; Mrs. Chas. Gordon, Hutchinson; Mrs. R. M. Cordell, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. II. Vogt, Iumaii: Mrs. Otto nrumtr, Marlon, Kan.; '.Mrs. W. F. lloruholdt, lumuu. NO POWER TO STOP USE OF WARSHIPS AS TARGET Washington. Nov. it. The application of Writ. B. Shearer, of A'ew York lor an i)ijujn-..u .i :>•'• straining Secretary Wilbur from using the uncompleted battleship Washington us a target was dismissed today In District of Columbia supremo conrl. "In niv u • !••>« Bo equity, and this court has no Jurisdiction, tn.. . lie^uliig to two hours of argument. nut the nstrologl-.'-t. slulp at ;>33 t'ast Sherman n .i i -'os"d tip this afternoon, and not doin-4 business. The astrologer, Madame Valarlo and her daughter. Antoinette, who also doubles as maid, were locked up In the city jail. A husky police- lan, with a warrant, arrested them at i::Sn this noon, on the le charge of fortune-telling, which is against the law lu Hutchnson. and also disturbing the peace, which likewise Is unlawful. At 5:M) o'clock this afternoon. In police court. A. L. Oswald, attorney for Madame Valarie will find out whether or not the city prosecutor knows the. difference between a phrenologist and a fortune teller. Che Had a License. Mndame Valarlo has a license to do business as a phrenologist. It Is signed by Walter K. .lones, mayor and Ed Mots city clerk, and bears the great seal of the city ot Hutchinson. It was e.vpialned that a fortune teller examines the palm, while a phrenologist esamines the head. Anyway Madame Valarie maintains that bor profession la an .honorable ono. And the city of Hutchinson certainly makes fortune tolling Illegal while it recognizes the science of phrenology by licensing It, at so much por month. As to the peace-disturbing, that's another story. It seoms that Mrs. J. O. Towel- son and Mrs. B. C. Mnrtlj, having read In the News Madams Valerie's ad, went to her place to get some "correct advice in Important Affairs of life" at one dollar per advice, as por latest quotations In the ad. 6of»ie One Snickered, Now ono should bo solemn in the presonco ot a marvelous astrologer. It Is a profound and mysterious moment. Acconlirg to the story one of the women snickered. Possibly she laughed aloud. All the details will come out at the trial this evening. Anyw-ay tho astrologer was deeply shocked. And the maid, Antoinette, who also officiated as Btrong- arm squad, ordered the visitors out ot the house. Not only ordered them out, hut it seems put them out. Mrs. Powelson told her busbund, and the latter, a real estate man, had a complaint Issued and tho arrest of Madame Valarie and Antoinette followed. Arrested "Reverend," Too. The anti-fortune telling squad of the police department didn't stop with Madame Valarie. They went on out on Avenue G east, and arrested Rev. J. W. Armstrong—at least he styles himself "Reverend" Armstrong—who lives at 800 Ave. G west, who also is accused of being a fortune teller. He Is a negro who has been Indulging in mixing up "yarbs" and lotions and telling fortunes. It is alleged. W. D. Harrison, his attorney, said he wasn't sure which church the reverend is pastor of. He was arrested this afternoon and SUIT BROUGHT TO CONTEST TAX LEVY. Official notice of suits brought by the United Power & Light corporation, and several railway companies and other public uti'ities to contest the tax levy ot Hi21 was served on the county commissioners, county clerk und county treasurer- They are asked to sign papers waiving service, which will save In the aggregate several hundred dollars of costs. BOY'S ARM BROKEN IN FALL FROM PONY, Myron Itayl, ten year old son of Tom Itayl, living west on tho Fourth street road, sustained a fractured bone above tho elbow on the lift nrni, last night when he was thrown from a Shellattd pony which he had been riding. He was; brought to the Gage-IIall clinic lor treatment. The pony became frightened at something ami bolted to the side ot Ihe road, throwing the boy. DON'T CRIPPLE THE COMPETITION healthy state for Industry, and everything else Is fair competition. MORE THAN 100 MAKE 8HRINE PILGRIMAGE Hutchinson Manufacturer Does Not Favor Baruch Industry Plan. Emerson Carey, Hutchinson manufacturer, head of the Carey Industries. Is one business man who la Inclined to look with doubt on the proposal of Oernnrt'. Barnch for a central court of Industry which would provide for agreement on prices and curtailing of production. "Taut would have the effect of Stirling competition," said Mr. Carey. "And 1 do not bellevo that anything that will chock legitimate competition Is a good Idea. It would create a condition that would not be healthy. "Supposing there were such a thing in tho salt Industry. Sup posing a price could ho guaranteed. In some way, for salt. It would be a good thing for the Bait manufacturer you might think. But id the end It would be. disastrous. Mr. Carey believes that the most PICKED UP AROUND TOWN 1. W. Rees, Santa Ke conductor, who hha been on vacation for the past week, returned to work this morning. Glen Shnff, Route 6, Hutchinson, was arrested at 8:30 this morning charged with speeding on tho city streets. J. M. Draper, driver or the Safety Coach, was arrested yesterday afternoon for jay-driving. He was caught driving inside of the safety zone on Second ave. and Main street. Wichita, Kan., Nov. II.—Near freezing weather failed to prevent the burning sands from scorching the tender feet of one hundred or moro neophltes of southern Kansas who crossed the mystic desert here today at tho tall shrlno ceremonial of Midlnn Temple. Prc'cedlng tho huslness session this afternoon wero street stunts and parades, participated In by several Masons, ranging fi'om shrlno potentates down to tho humble novices, who were given a goodly share of pre-membershlp Initiation to the enjoyment of members. Degrees will be conferred nt a formal business session late today. A banquet and'dunce tonight will conclude the ceremonial. Bring Suit Over Will. Suit was brought In district court today by Clint B. Layman for an adjudication of the will of his father, the late Andrew Layman, who died in April, 1922. Sweet potatoes should he stored In wooden crates or baskets. U. S. Guyer Chosen For Unexpired Term Topoka, Knn.. Nov. 14 —The election ot Ulysses S. Guyer. Republican of Kansas City, for the unex­ pired term of the late Congressman Ed C. Little, of the Second Kansas district, was certified today at a special meeting of tho state canvassing board. The official figures show Guyer defented Mrs. James A. Cable, Democrat, also of Kansas City by a vote of 5, r i,7C5 to 34,170. Tho term expires next March 4. In tho same district unofficial returns have shown a Democrat elocted for the full term beginning next March. ten blocks of land In the townslte ot Hey burn, Idaho, located within the Minidoka reclamation project. Education Week Proclamation. Washington, Nov. 14.— President Coolldge today issued a proclamation designating Nov. 17 to 23 Inclusive as American education week and urging cltlsons to advance the Interests of education. To Sell at Auction., Washington. Nov. 14.— Secretary Work today authorised the sale at public auction on December 16 of PLANING MILL WORKER LOSES TWO FINGERS While working on a planing mill at tho Snyder Planing Mills this morning, Harold Nichols, an em­ ploye, caught his left hand in the machine, severing his first two fingers to the first joint. He was taken to tho Grace hospital where he will be under care for several days. NEW LAMP BURNS 94% AIR Beat* Electric or Gu A new oil lamp that gives an amazingly brilliant, soft, white light, even better than gas or electricity, has been tested by the U. S. Government and 35 leading universities and found to be superior to 10 ordinary lamps. It burns without odor, smoke or noise—no pumping up, is simple, clean, safe. Burns 94% air and 67s common kerosene (coal oil). The Inventor, D. W. Johnson, 609 VV. Lake St., Chicago, III., Is offering to send a lamp on 10 day's FREE trial, or even to give one FREE to the first user In each lo callty who will help him Introduce It. Write htm today for full particulars. Also ask htm to explain how you can set the agency, and without experience or money make 1250 to 1500 per mc-ntb Fire In the Roof. Fire started in the shingle roof ot the residence ot 6. L. Winner, 605 North Plum street about noon today, doing some damage to the roof. The fire department was called. Are you insured against fire? If not bettor see Kinkel agency. Charges Adbandonment. M TB . R. .1. McMahan has filed suit In district court ror a divorce from J. W. McMahan. They were married eleven years ago. She charges that he abandoned her and wont to California. Alcohol for your radiator, 18S proof, Formula 3, at Hockaday's. 14-3t Fearl&Son .Jewelers Since 1895 are recognized for their Integrity and Fearl merchandise is ALWAYS of unquestioned quality. I BEGINNING SATURDAY Manufacturers' Sale of 3000 NOVELTY RINGS FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25c A Lage Selection of Dinner Rings $2 to $5 These rings are of cterllnff silver and platinum finish, mounted with fine quality rhlnestones. reproductions of exquisite diamond ami platinum models. These rings have the brilliance of a real diamond. Try ono on the same finger with a diamond and see If you can tell the difference. K. C. Bank Closes. Kansas City, Nov. 14.— The Centropolls bank In tho Centro- polls factory district here failed to open Its doors this morning, a notice saying It was'In the hands of the state finance department. The bank, capitalized at $100,000, is closed "for' Investigation," an official explained. Joseph R. Gnat, president of tho bauk, is seriously 111. Trad* Balance Favorable- Washington, Nov. 14 .—A favorable balance for the Unite 1 States ot $217,00,000 was shown today In foreign trade figures Issued by the commerce department for tho month of October. College President Dies. (By Tho Associated Press) Appleton, Wis.. Nov. 14.— Dr. Samuel Plants, president of Lawrence College since 1S94, woe found dead In bed at Sturgeon Bay early this morning. MILLIONS IN HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT IN STATfc Topeka, Kan., Nov. 14.— Seven million dollarB worth of highway Improvements Is the program contemplated for Kansas next year, according to an estimate today by Captain L. R. Tilloteon, state highway engineer. Tho projects would be financed by state and federal aid. Captain Tlllotson predicted lhat hlB department would be "swamped" by the proposed schedule. BOY'S ELBOW BROKEN IN FALL FROM LATHS. Junior Kline, small- eon of Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Kline, of 14 Seventeenth Ave., west, while playing on a pile of laths around a new house last evening, fell off and sustained a broken olbow bone on the right arm. Tho arm was X-rayed and dressod and though very painful last night, nccordlng to reports It is causing less trouble today. Alcohol for your radiator, 1SS proof, Formula 6, at Hockaday's. 14-31 Late Mallard Flight is on—Better get 'em while get tin' it good- See Us For Guns and Ammunition Our Motto: Quality First, then Price—and the Price It Right! HOSKINS 5 YOUNG HARDWARE—TIN SHOP (Horn* of FRONT RANK FURNACE) 22 West First Phone 3752 Women's Sterling Silver Rings Women's Dinner Sterling Silver Rings Women's Basket Sterling Silver Rings Men's Rings Sterling Silver Rings $1 $2 $3 $3 A FEW MORE DAYS LOOK:-HERE'S THE LATEST Cod Liver Oil Now in Tasteless Tablets. 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Thin, run-down, anaemic meu, I women and children who need to j grow strong and lake on flesh are ] advised to get u box of McCoy's j Cod Liver Oil Tablets, and if you j don't gain f> pounds 1- 30 days just ; get your money back. I On" woman gained fifteen j pounds in five weeks, according to . her own doctor—another ten 1 pounds in three weeks. A very sick- j ly ch|ld, aged nine, twelve pounds ; In seven months, and now plays with other children and hr.s a good ] appetite. Just ask for McCoy's Cud Liver Oil Tablets. A & A Drug Co. Weesner Drug Co., or any good dni?.,lst will tell you .^tit they are wonderful flesh and health build- ] ers. Only sixty cents for 60 tablets.) "Got McCoy's, the origiia' audi genuine Cod Liver Oil Tablets." AUCTION SALE ! Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,^ Silverware | AT YOUR OWN PRICE! | I SALE AT 2:00 AND 7:30 P. M. I MUST RAISE CASH!! FREE! I A BEAUTIFUL PRESENT GIVEN TO EACH OF THE FIRST 20 LADIES I f ATTENDING EVERY AFTERNOON'S SALE. A GENUINE DIAMOND J I RING GIVEN AWAY AFTER EACH DAY'S SALE. 1 IBROWN JEWELRY C0.I W,g ThooghU Bring the Same Old Question— Have We Enough Silverware To Serve All the Guests? This is an Ideal Time to Buy 2 -pc. Carving Set, <^ O S/^t Holmes & Edwards ^O.OU 26 -pc. Chest Sterling & O 1 S Inlaid WOI .^O 20 -pc. Well and Tree Meat ftOT.SC Platter 10 -pc. Covered Vegetable ^ | |,00 Dishes ...Mil Stroud & Brown Jewelers 317 North Main H. A. STROUD GLENN D. BROWN 120 North Main St. Two Stocks Combined YOU GET THE BEST TO BE OBTAINED by sending us your Dry Cleaning and Pressing. "The American Way" is the sure way to get the most satisfactory Work and Service. Prices Reasonable. WE SAVE YOUR CLOTHES AND SAVE YOU MONEY. Phone 107 or 108 American Steam Laundry Launderers and Ory Cleaners tor Over 33 Years. Hutton & Oswald, Props. Hutchinson, Kansas

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