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September 5, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Raich's Introductory Sale! 10 V R EDUCTION on everything you purchase from ottr enormous stock which consists only of fresh autumn merchandise, and every single garment is absolutely.of the Latest Styles and Materials. ' While merchandise in general is getting scarce .and advancing in price daily, our esteemed patrons should take advantage of this opportunity— since, a. small amount will reserve for you anything you .intend to buy. ' This opportunity should not be overlooked by anyone as the reduction, applies on every item we carry in stock, including Millinery. We wish-also to announce, that'we select, the newspapers as a medium to express the' exact sentiment and character of our institution and impress.upon the" public with the honest sj'steiu of conducting our business; - Our prices are marked in plain figures and on everything you purchase. On Friday and Saturday there is in store for you a bonalide. saving of "Quality Tells- Price Sells" The New Store, 112 North Main m\m A HOSPITAL NOW FOR MEN WHO ARE OASSED Women Eligible tot This Work Overseas are Urged to Apply at Once. At a culled meeting of the Apollo Club yestqrday afternoon at the home i of Mrs. U. IS. Richards, it was voted to ' give ?70 to the Women's Over Seas Hcispttal Fund and ?100 ,to the Y. M. C. A. It was decided to aBk the other musical clubs of Hutchinson to cooperate with them In the national vie. trolu record campaign which will be made later in the fall, It was also voted to Investigate, with a view to helping, the American musicians In .l'Yance. The club will retain the officers and coinmtttoes appointed for ia.'-l year.' There will be a meeting ot the club In October to complete ar- rajigpjiH 'ntis for their winter work. Refreshments weru served by Mrs. Itli.li- ords during the social hour. -- * t *' : A wedding which will be of Interest tn their friends was that of .Miss Kan- nla Itolloway and Mr. B. J. Huckster, which took place last evening at C:3U at (he hu;ne of tlio bride's sister, Mrs. A. It. Shepherd. The ring ceremony .was used, with Rev. H. U. Sinilli of tlio First Christian church performing the ceretiiou}\ Just meoibcrs of the family werepresent. Miss Marian Htilioway played the wedding march. A wedding sujiper was-served to about thirty guests, Mrs. U G. Cochran of Florence, being the only out of town guest. Mr. and Mrs. Huckstep left today tor l-^i Crosse, where they 'Will make Uielr future home. .Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Ball gjive a party last night for Earl Dall who Is to leave tomorrow for Camp Funston. The evening was spent In music and games', mid refreshments were served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Boll. Mr. und Sirs. W. JJall, Mrs. Anna Mack, Miss Cynthia Johnsen, .Miss Fern Dall, Miss Gertrude Turner, Miss Mabel Hugh, Miss Mur- Jorle i'ugh, Miss Htliel Pugh, Miss Uirettn Whittle, Miss Mary Whittle, Mtes Clara .Ball, Mr. Hoy Crnlg, Mr: Karl Uoll, Mr.-Eddie Ball, Mr. Albert Ball and Mr. Elmer UmU. - * * ... MIM. I(. C. Harluinn entertained last evening for her daughter, i.ucjle, who Is to leave Sunday evening' for Manhattan where she will enter college. The evening was spent informally wl|h games and music./ Uater refreshments wore servod. The guests were Miss Isabel Obee, Miss Carrie Forrester, Miss Alfreda yeoman, Miss Fern Miller, Miss Viola Tagun, Miss Clella Long, Miss Dorothy .Martin und Miss lona Weaver. * <v <3> Miss Mary Louise Donovan gave, a onp o'clock luncheon today at her home on Sherman street east. Tho guests Included: Miss -Hetty Hippie, Miss Htliel Berlin, Miss Betty Hastings, Miss Marietta Hippie, Miss Margaret Slavens, Miss Allone Winches- ti-r. Miss Jcssio Williams aud Miss Marguerite- Brooks. <s> •$> * Mrs J. V. Coleman Piinouuccs tho marriage of her daughter, Miss Ruth Amelia Coleman, to Mr. Erro| McDsr- mcd Saturday night. Mr, and Mrs. VciK-r.iied V'lH cave In a few do/a for Maya whoro Mr, ..McDcrmcil will cuter the Technical Training School. 4> .j. 4. * Sir. and Mrs. James C, Mustaiue announce tho birth of ft baby hoy yesterday to -whom Uiey bftvo given the name, Jaiaoa Jr.' 4> * • Mrs. V, CI. Stephenson mid gran<S- daughter, RPtotby yaybary, jef$ la#t - The Woman's Overseas Hospitals have been asked by the French government to undertake a., three hundred bed hospital for fas eases, the French authorities to furnish tho hospital and pay the maintenance of the patients. Tills hospital will need five experienced physicians, one opthalmolo- glst, one nose and throat specialist, ten nurses, twenty aids, four chauffeurs—the ahl»B and chauffeurs to be self; supporting. Physicians will he paid lieutenants' salary as In the Red Cross. The nurses will get the Red Cross salary of $66 per month. This service may be dangerous and will require women of good nerve. The civilian and refugee hospltnljjs Labouheyre needs an additional personnel of a physician who has had experience with consumptives and one Who knows children's diseases, besides nurses and aides. Women or experience who are qualified for such work, who are free and eligible for work in France should apply without delay. They will have to meet the rcqulreneihts; first, of unimpeachable references for their loyalty; second, references concerning their professional standing; third, references as to personal qualifications, Knowing good temper, adaptability and a spirit of co-operation; fourth, a physician's certificate of good health. And only those between the ages of 25 and BO will be taken. Those new units are needed immediately. Tho Women's Overseas Hospitals U.S.A., are under Iho auspices, of the National American Woman Suffrage association, 171 Madison avenue, New York City, N. Y. "THE WHISPERING CHORUS" AT DELUXE THEATRE TOMORROW Widespread public Interest has been aroused In the presentation tomorrow at the Oel.uxo Theatre of the superb photodrama, "The Whispering Chorus," a special Cecil B. IX? Mllle production for Artcraft. The story of the picture play la one of absorbing heart Interest and Its various scenes, all of intenso dramatic strength, are interpreted . by well known screen stars. The story Is byol'erley Poore Sheehan and the scenario was written by Jennie Mncpherson, author of many famous cinema successes. The theme of the photoplay, that involving supreme self-sacrifice, Is compelling and there is not. u moment's lag of interest throughout Us action. It Is safe to predict that a more impressive picture never was shown Jn tills city. ovenlng for Topeka where they will spend several days visiting friends and relatives. .. . * * * ., MlssKathcrlne Able pf Tutsa, Oklahoma, who has heen ;.Bpeniilng : the summer at M'anltou, Colorado, will | come tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Faith Casto for a few days. " <8> ,*'<8>. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Romlngcr entertained Clarence Ogreu, who leaves" tomorrow for Camp Funston,~at dinner last night' for their daughter. Miss Edna Rominger. <*<»•<*> Miss Mae Galloway leaves today for Denver, Indiana, where she has accepted a position as teacher of music nnd domestic science in the High school. - <S> <j> <$•' Miss Opal Releford, reader, will go to Burrton this evening to give a recital. She will be accompanied by Miss CJrace Miller, pianist, of Newton, <?•*•''. V Miss Mae Cummins of Omaha, Nebraska, Is spending a. few ciuys with her aunt, Mrs. W. J.' Ckubbuck, en- rohto to California. ® <3> <8> Miss Claudia Morgan and Miss Marguerite Brooks went to Wichita today for a few days visit with friends, <8> <p Mrs. Jerome Jones returned last night from Manitou, Colorado, where she has sent the summer. •* * * Mr.~nnd Mrs. Al Loewen of Kansas City will come Sunday to spendgjiev- eral days with friends. •i- 4> * Miss Bernlce Campbell of Waverly commercial teacher iu tho high school, will come tomorrow, Mr. Ltoyd Hamilton of Wichita visited friends here yesterday. DR. ATKINSON Chiropractic Physician Mii Nortl^Maln. 7 -U Duncers Notice. Beginning with Friday night, September (!, I will resume my dances at Wbodmau Hall every Friday night. Lessons every Friday' afternoon and night and Saturday. Phone 1455, Holaduy's music. Anna McDonnell. -2—6t Fresh Oysters, Phone 1500 for fresh oysters, hull- hut, white flsli.-'fresh salmon, pork aud beef tenderloin, spring lamb, dressed fries, veal and nice choice cuts of roasts of beef. I. SMITHS Grocery and Market. 5-U Attention of Elks. Regular meeting Frlduy evening, Sept. 6th, 8:30. A special entertainment has been arranged that all will enjoy. 5-at Gloves from Whalo Intestines. The Norwegian State whaling stations have caught 200 whales but expect to catch in all about 500 during tho summer. The stations have orders to take care of the intestines and salt them down, as It is the Intention to make gloves of them. The material Is fine In every respect, pliable, soft, and exceptionally strong. The manufacture of glqvea will prpbably be commenced at ©ece,—Jtfey York B US- ADDRESS PATRIOTIC MEETING. J. N. Tlncher Speaks at Rush Center Today—Home Guard Celebration. J. N. Tincher will address a patriotic meeting at Rush Center today. This will.be. held under, the direction of the Homo Guards, and will continue over until tomorrow. Tom McNeill is expected to make a talk at the same meeting. — WILL BE BRIDE OF NAVAL LIEUTENANT The Young May Need, The Old Must , Have Glasses It U8«l to be thought that only eldorly pcoplo required glasses. And the wenrltiR of thorn by young peopio wns a fud. Now . wc know brtier. Thousands upon thousands of school Children now wear gla-ises. Totinjr and old ran fret SSIcnlltln treatment here. ; There is no form of refractive errors that we cannot nccufatety dln*?- nosc, and as accurately correct. Clarence G. Fear), Optometrist : PEARL A SON Jewelers and Optometrist! Established 1105. f ft f '9 9 9 9 I)E LUXK TODAY *^ Tom Mix "Western Blood" • » _ A thrilling- stbry of adventure in the land where the best man wins. News. Latest War News and Happenings all Over the World. Mutt & Jeff, Latest Comedy TOMOKROW The biggest picture ever offered at THE DEfcUXK for regular price of admission. "The Whispering Chorus" By Jean MacPherson From the story by Perley Poore Sheehan. Produced by DeMille, who gave us "'loan the Woman", "The Little American" and "The Woman God Forgot. MONDAY and TUESDAY - DeLUXE PlCKFORD: aTirtuartltyof OothesllneAlle/ I ^ BrBeBelLMemiiteJ When the history of the screen is written, "Amarilly of Clothesline Alley" will be the standard by which historians judge all Mary Pickford pictures. MUs Ruth Miller. Miss Ru,th Miller, daughter ot Mrs. Myra Klninnari MiDw of Long Beach, Cul., and New York, Is to marry Ueut. Carl Brllng Board, U. S. N., ut Now York . in tho near futuro. Miss Miller is nn accomplished musician and pretty, Mrs. Miller is pre3- ient of the National Federation ot College Women's Clubs and holds numerous advisory and honorary positions, being a civic worker of national reputation. Lieutenant Board I Is from Seattle. Ho waa graduated | from Annapolis in 1913. Here From Garden City. P. M. Batton and grandson, Harold Calhoun, of Garden City, are In Hutchinson today, visiting the city and attending to business. Harold Is the News carrier at Garden "City and he wanted to see how the paper of which ho is an employe la mad'.'. The Vegetables are Fresh. Head lettuce, celery, cucumbers,! wax beans, carrots, beets, mangoes, | egg plant, tomatoes, onloii3, sweet potatoes, cabbage and potatoes. Phone [ 1500, I. SMITH'S Grocery and Market, o-lt I Riverside Park TONIGHT The Bobby Barker Musical Comedy Co. of 20 People in Brand New Tabloids Annual School Children's Treat Next Friday All school children will be admitted free, no matter where they reside. Free Show. ^m*x^xmk Q&g^gg^l* ^tfrastf^^ CorneT^TTn"'«nd Seeorii itrtttt A Most Comprehensive Selection of Exclusive Models For Fall The Advent of a New Season Is Evident Throughout the Store. Everywhere One Meets the New Styles for 1918 SUITS The new Suits for Aulumn are more engaging than for many seasons past. There are soft, rich, quiet-lone materials Hint are becoming lo women. The artistic efforts' of the designers are manifested In many unusually smart effecta. The colors are inconspicuous—Algerian red, Congo brown, walnut, rose, taupe, mole and others. —$16.95 to $9S.OO COSTUMES • All the Ingenuity of the designers Is reflected in the many wonderful new Dresses offered for full. .Jersey, trlcollne. sailn, Irlcnllettes, serge and combination effects are very desirable. Interesting trimmings, as won) embroidery, bends, fringes and novelty effects are to be noted. -$15.00 to $98.00 COATS GORDON BUY YOUR FURS NOW Not only Is the assortment belter than it will bo later but prices are lower for all furs have advanced materially since we bought ours last March. Autumn fashions In Coats are shown in the many superb changes of style. Fabrics with such Interesting names as Duvetyn, Sealette, Silvertonc. Pom-Pom, Bolivia, in the many shades of brown. Inupo, blue and lavishly trimmed with fur or strictly plain atronl models unusually desirable. -S19.7S to $19S.OO I O. F. Sawyer Dry-Goods Company, Corner North Main and Second Sts. jjj miri All Seats r IKlO Always DC TODAY JACK GARDNER -IN—' "Open Places Do you enjoy virile, absorbing tales or tho 1 Canadian Nortfiwest, where danger turlcs tn every shadow'.' See Jack tleixl- ner In "Olten Huces" at the Iris tomorrow only. ' All seats always 5 cents only. Only children In arms admitted free. The IRIS opens at 2 p. m., and closes before 11 p. m. We do not close during the supper bour. To avoid the crush at the night shows come iu the afternoon or during the supper hour. Fountain Pens • * Waterman Sheaffer .. Porker Capitol Educator A fulhline to select from. Prices from $1.50 to $5.00 All Self-filling and warranted to be satisfactory. A most useful gift to the soldier or the student. Jay T. Brown Jeweler & Optician 120 N. Main Coming Friday Saturday ROYAL LAST TIMES TODAY AE ARSH he Glorious Adventure in T TOMORROW AND SATURDAY Carlyle Blackwell TN "The Beloved Evelyn Greeley in Blackmailer" COMING SOON—WATCH—WAIT *The Geezer of Berlin" "Travesty on the Kaiser" The Funniest Picture Ever Made! DANCING Sat. Evening, Yeoman Hall. HOLADAY'S MUSIC. Ray Bailey, Mgr. Old Settler's Picnic Sept lOtli. /I - Dancing. Every Saturday evoulng Yoemanj Hall. Holauay's music,. Kay Bailey, liooze stock Is becoming as worth- loss 'as oil stock.—AteMsoa Globe, Bring in Your OLD FELT HAT We'll make it look like new 4 South Main Phone 1011 Our Help Yourself Grocery Will Be Open to the Public SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 7TH Corner Sherman and Main If you would like the satisfaction of buying your groceries fot less than they can be obtained at any other place, come iu. We Pay Cash for All Kinds Produce at 17 B West Dillon Mercantile Co., 4 Stores No.l— 318 North Main No. 2—15-17 B West No. 3-817 South Main. No. 4—11 Sherman Ea3l Produce -17 B Wes' THt WANT AO WAY Today — P E AR L,—Tomorrow William S. Hart ~~ —IN— "THE DESERT MAN" Note—Thla la a sui>or & act Mart production. In addition a 2-reel comedy a "CLEAN SWl-UP" COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Laws Outlaw, with Roy Stewart The Landlady's Pet Charlie Chaplin Why Take Chance on Something Represented to Be Juat as Good Buy a Bond The best piano ou ^be market at the price asked by us —en dorsed by hundreds of satisfied users in this vicinity—You cm save by buying now. VEATCH BROS. PIANO HOUSE flim M »°» e CUm pl »<"»- J2Q North Main

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