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September 7, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 10

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KANSAS Hutchinson, September 14—21 Conducted for the Benefit of Agriculture and Increased Food Production SUNDAY, SEPT. 15TH Army and Navy Day $ At 2:30 p. m., concert by the Great Lakes Naval Band. Address by Maj. General Leonard Wood, unless duty elsewhere prevents. — At 8:00 p. m. Patriotic and Sacred Concert by the Great Lakes Naval Baud. MONDAY, SEPT. 16TH Food Administration Day Better Babies and Barney Oldfield Day Judging in Better Babies' Contest will begin at 10:00 a. m. Babies will be examined behind'a glass front in view of the public. Government moving picture show. See this sure.' Judging in textile fabrics and art departments. Horse Racing program begins at 2 : 00 p. m. Preceded by concert by Great Lakes' Naval Band. First performance of free vaudeville acts between racing heats. At the conclusion of the races Barney Oldfield, the most famous automobile racing driver in the world, will drive a race, best 2 in 3 beats of 5 miles each, with Fred Horey, the present holder of the Avorld's record. Evening Concerts by Great Lakes Naval Band and Herb's Baud, at 7:30 o 'clock. Grand Pvrotechnic Spectacle "The World at War" will begin at 8:30. An hour on the Plaza with Parker's .Shows. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19TH State Day ' The forenoon will be spent by the crowds seeing the fair. Martial music. Judging in all departments will be concluded. /jll:00 A. M.—Concert by the Great Bend Band. Government. Exhibit and Government Moving Pictures open free to the public all day. • 2:00 P. M.—Band Concert. Seven harness "horse and thoroughbred races. Heats interspersed with free acts. Speech by Gov. Arthur Capper. Every Day is Patriotic Day. . 7:30 P. M.—Band Concert. Russian Dancers, Robinson's Elephants and other free acts. 8:30—The "World at .War"—the big entertaining feature of the State Fair. FRIDAY, SEPT. 20TH DAVID W. HOUSTON, Secretary of Agriculture The Man Behind the Government Exhibit WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18TH TUESDAY, SEPT. 17TH Cattlemen's, Hutchinson and Labor Day , 9:00 A. M.—Judging in all departments. This is the day to see the livestock out by classes. Every stockman should see this show. Martial music. 2:00 P. M.—Herb's Band will open the afternoon's entertainment. Harness, horse and thoroughbred racing program will be published later. One of the best of the week. 2:30 P. M.—Great Lakes Naval Band. Free acts including the Robinson Elephants will intersperse racing heats. First appearance of the show horses—saddlers and drivers. Also Alladin. the Marvelous Trick Horse. x 5:00 P. M.—Speaking by man of national reputation,se- K 'cted by the Labor Unions followed by picnic supper. 7:30 P. M.—Last appearance of the Great Lakes Naval Band in a Grand Concert. Russian Ballet Dancers. 8:30 P. M.—Grand Pvrotechnic spectacle, "The World at War." The Big Government Exhibit open and free all day. National Agricultural Day At 9:00'a. m. judging in all unfinished departments, will continue. The Livestock Divisions are all well-filled and some of them far bigger than.cver before. These shows byclasscs are the great features of every good fair. Racing, will start at 2:00 p. in., heats interspersed with free acts. A great program of 7 races. Concert and Martial bands. Speaking on Patriotic subject in the big speakers' tent. Government Exhibit open and admission free. Also free admission to government moving pictures. Open all day. 7:30—Band Concert. Russian Ballet Dancers and other free attractions. ( i ' ~" 8:30—The "World afWar"—This is one of the most gigantic pj-rotechiiic spectatcles .e\;er presented for public approval. . . Liberty and Wichita Day 9:30 A. M. —Baud Concert. 10:00 A. M.—Grand Parade of Prize Winners. Grandstand free for this event. . 1:30 P. M.—Band Concert. 2:00P.M.—Harness horse .and thoroughbred racing. Free acts. 3 : 00 P. M.—Show Houses out for'exhibitiou. At the conclusion of the horse racing, the great race between Glen Breed —driving a super-six—and one of J. Alex Sloan's professional drivers with his greatest car, will occur. This is a race best 2 in 3 heats of 5 miles each. Government Exhibits and Moving Pictures all day. Speaking for the Liberty Loan. 7:30—Band Concert. 8:30—The "World at War.""-This will be the concluding show of the grand night spectacle. . . SATURDAY, SEPT. 21ST Red Cross-Day Government Exhibits and Moving ^Pictures. Admission free. The Fair to close with the most. thrilling automobile races under the management of J. Alex Sloan of Chicago. Parker's Shows Open Day and Night all week. • , . " . ^ v « ' . John Robinson's Trained Elephants in two performances* all week. Free Acts Day and Night. Th'e Great Russian Dancers every night; • . • ; Secure boxes in the Grandstand under usual conditions. , • ' • - • ~ ' f. * . ' Office open over Central State Bank^tll next week to receive entiies. Make them early as convenient and avoid the confusion of crowded offices later. The Entertainment Committee is arranging a big speakers program for the week. . • •... The Red Cross, Liberty Loan, Four-minute Men, War Sayings, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A. and all war activities will be rcpi'csented on the Grounds.- E very body invited to make entries and eA 'erjijody invited to attend, . For catalog or information, call on or address the" secretary. ' II. S. THOMPSON, President A. L. SPONSLER, Secretary. WERE GIVEN A FAREWELL One Hundred Drafted Men Who Left Last Night WERU QUESTS Oi : ROTARIANS Patriotic Meeting Was Held in Honor of Them at Conveii* lion Hull. One hundred moro young men of Reno county's Block were given u farewell lust evening before tlifj entrained tor Somewhere in Camp Kunslou. The RotarlauB bad Charge of the program which consisted of music tiy the Municipal bund und talks by Major w. L. Urowu, A. C, Malloy and Judge J. 11. Ueochlng, Cigars und cundy were passed out |u the men just as the train pulled out. A patriotic concert by Hie bund was interspersed by talks. Uert S. Horry, four minute map, talked lo Uio uieu between (lie ages of 18 and 46 Inclusive who are to register Sepiem- lier l'i. Urging the uioti to keep lovol heads und the determination foietnost In tbelr minds that they were going to return to tbelr homes before very long, ^ajor W. L. Brown (ironjaw Brown) of Kinsman referred to tile Kiue when lie bade torwelt U> frleuds HI the lime of the Spanish-American war. "'I would urge the folkB at home to not waste their sympathy on those who urp leaving but rather pity the slackor who Is using every known means to dodge the country's call," he declared. luatead of making a speech which he declared he did not feel capable at that time to do, A. C. Malloy recited Eugene Field's poem "John Smith, U. S. A." Join Them Soon. "Since Mr. Malloy and myself are engaged In a business that the government regards as an unnecessary evil," began Judge lleechlng, "we will probably be culled at once and join your ranks before long. This is no lime for tears but truly a time for rejoicing for -these young men are fighting to protect their own individual interests." Ho expressed his belief that the ^lay was not fur away when all of the armies would be crossing over on German soil and when they did lhat foremost among the flag of the Allies would bo our own stars and stripes. The men were treated to candy and cigars as were also thoBe from adjoining counties who assembled here and entrained with the Reno county young men. In tho afternoon when the men reported at the court houso they were given a few necessary, trinkets such us a trench mirror, pen- ells and etc., by the Hed Cross Canteen committee. J. C. Digger explained tho government's plan of Insurance and allotment. H is not necessary any more to tell the draftees why they are going away because they know full well why their gov* ernmout's seen fit to cull them Into service and the folks left behind know too. The Reno County Grauges will hold their annual picnic at Haven, Sept. 7, Program and speaking. Everybody Invited. - • * Sats. }7-7 When wo see Wilheliu described as "Kalecr Hun." we'd like it "it" |a U>° ONE MILLION WERE HELPED BY HOME SERVICE BRANCH This is Report for First Year's Work But They Hope to Do Better Than This. 'More than one million persons throughout tho United States have been given assistance by the Home Service branch of tho American Red i Croup since this country entered the' war. ^Thls Is disclosed in the first formation of any kind to men In service or to keep their families, to help who are getting a broader outlook on of a Belles of reports made public recently to show the USCB being made of the first Red Cross war fund of 100 million dollars, and the plans so far perfected for tho future work. During the first six months of this year 1% million dollars was exponded for the uoiuo service, but by January 1 next, Red Cross officials expect tbe'l total to "reach 0 million dollars, wlth.| a monthly demand of 1 million dollars thereafter. 'The purposes of home service," the report says, "are to conserve human resources in fighters' families, to relieve emergencies, to supplement government provision for dependents, to aid disabled soldiers to supply ln- faniiltee to keep pace with fighters life and to help maintain the morale of our army and navy by safeguarding homes. It la not charity, bt|t only that nolgliborllnOBS which is due every fighter from ttje people of the whole United States.—Home Service Jsieport, Now that we've formed the habit, It Is a war garden torus every year, war or no war .-^Modern Wpodman. Every town has a man who doesn 't amount to much, and likes to circuit neUUflW.— AtgbJjBoa Globe, Church of the Brethren. Sunday school 9:60. Sermon at 11 and 8:30. Teachers' training claBS G:30. C. W. meeting 7:30. Revival meetings begin Sept. 22 with Evangelist J. Edwin Jarboo and wife of Lincoln, Neb., in charge. Rev, Jarboe is a convincing speaker of national fame and his message from God will interest you. Come uno>jolu the community singing chorus led by Mrs. Jarboe. We expect all the Christian people to co-operate to help make this an old time Holy Spirit awakening. Cottage prayer meeting Thursday eve 7:30 at the Mitchell- home, 612 Fifth west, Hadley Methodist Episcopal Church, Corner Avenue F and Elm. Sunday school 8:46 u. m. At 11 o'clock sermon, subject: "Tho Home and Parental Responsibility." Epworth League 7 p. m. At 8 p, m. our own Mrs. Prolla Fisher . will , speak. Subject: "Flsk Training School.'" Board of Stewards, -Monday 8 p. m. LadieB' Aid Tuesday afternoon. Prayer meeting Wednesday S p. m. Centenary and Sunday School Training Conference Thursday and Friday at First church." A cordial Invitation to all these services. William T. Donner, paBtor. United Presbyterian Church. Corner Tenth »d 'Poplar. Bible school meets, at 8:46 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a- m. Themo: "Is Conscience a Correct/ Guide? 1 ' Young People's meeting, at 7 p. m. Preaching service at 8. Theme: "Childishness or Chlldlikenoss." Everybody welcome. J. A. Shauuon, pastor. First Baptist Qhurch. Corner First and Maple, 8:30 a. m Sunday school session, W. L. Lancaster, superintendent. U a, at. morula* worship, pastor's subject: "The Afterglow of Communion." 7-p. m. Young People's service, 8 p, m. evening worship, pastor's theme; "Tho Parable of the Empty House." Prayer and praise service Wednesday evening at 8. A cordial invitation Is extended to all. "A stranger only once," Horace W. Colo, pastor. * First United Brethren Church. Corner .FJflh and Walnut streets. R. C. Russell, minister. 9:46 a. »• Sunday school. -At close of this BeT- siou the officers for the ensuing year will be elected. Plan to attend. 11 a. ra. morning worship and sermon. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 8 p. in. regular evening evangelistic services. Monray 8 p. m. the final official board meeting of the year will be held. Tho public is welcome at all these services. \ Zlon Evangelical Lutheran Church. Corner Fifth Avenue and Main, C. Wilbur Nelson, Pastor. Instead of tho out-door service that had been planned, the usual services will be held owing to the uncertainty of the weather. Sunday School at 9:46 ft. nwles&on study, "Conquering Evil." Eleven o'clock, Morning Worship and. sermon by the Pastor. No evening service. ' •• ' First Church of Christ, Scientist Services.are held In church edifice, corner of Main and Fourteenth streets, Sunday morning a til o'clock. Subject: "Man," Sunday school is held at 9;i6 a. m. The Wednesdy evening testimonial is at 8 o'clock, The public ts *prd,ially Invited. Evangelical Association, Grand View. : Com out to church &wi*y wi get into the game again. Cooler weather gives'- us all new life. Sunday school at 10 a. m., preaching service by the pastor, R. J. Wolgemuth, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Young People's Alliance at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. at tho church. Everybody is welcome to attend our services. South Hutchinson M. E. Church. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. B, A. Eastman; superintendent, Preaching sen-Ice 1\ a. m. Subject: "Tho Value of the Soul." The l-adlcs^Ald will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. S. G. Judy because of .the Sunday School Institute and Centenary Conference Thursday, Pilgrim Church. .818 East Third, \V. C. Stono, pastor. Special sermon in connection with the opening of the Bible Training and Grammar school, 11 a. in.; evangelistic service 8 p. ni. The first class of tho evening Bible course will be held Friday 7:30 p. m. The public Cordially invited. No Home-Comlng Picnic. Zlon Lutheran Church had planned a homo-coming picnic for tomorrow when Sunday School and services -would he conducted out of doors, at Carey's Lako. but the rainy weather of the early part of too week led the committee to believe it best to call off the event. First Congregational Church. Eleventh and Walnut, Geo. O, Ross, mjplstor. /Morning worship 11 o'clock. Theme i "Cod Our Refuge." Sunday school 9:30. Classes tar all agos. Strangers cordially invited to all the services of this church. "Paul an sketch. Apostle"—a character First Presbyterian Church. The pastor has returned rrom ills vacation and will preach at 11 o'clock tomorrow, Subject: "The Genesis of Greatness." Sunday school at 0:40 a. m. Young Peoples' Meeting nt 7 p. in, i A cordial Invitation is extended to all, James Edgar Wilson, pastor. ' t Elmer tfl, E. Church. Sunday School at 1Q a. in, F. H. Uo- ' bertson, superintendent. Preaching Service 8 p. in. Subject: "The. Mala Mission of the ChurchJ,'. Tho homo-liko church with u welcome for all'., Irwin Memorial Presbyterian- Church, Corner Fifth and Severance. Sabbath school at 9:46 a, m.j no preaching services at 11 a» m^;-preaching itP 8 o'clock p. m. by Rev, W. M. Hoover, of Hutchinson. A METHODIST MEETING, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Corner First and Walnut, W- O. Lemmon, pastor. 9:30 a- ra. Sunday school, J. U. Haus&nv superintendent. 2 p. m. Junior League; 7 p. in. Bp. worth and Intermediate Leagues; U ft- ». public worship i 9 p. W .*»vW«9ti One of Much Interest Was Held In Pratt This Week. Pratt, Sept. 7.—A joint centenary and Sunday school training conference was held in this city at the Fust Methodist church this week. Last night Bishop Shepherd spoke upon the New Church and the New Day. This was very Interesting and a large audience heard the Bpeaker tell of the reconstruction of the church as well as of tho world. This conference drew targ'i crowds from all over wes>tern Kansas {or tha wek, and each day's program has bean extraordinary in its talent, Bishop 'Shepherd has recently returned from a tour of South America and is well versed on opndttlons in that land. Hl» talks were appreciated by ell who beard him, Some girls have real patriotic admiration (or the soldiers; others ar9 just ftwcUtated oy the soldier's UW" form—W°4ero Wwdjnaft; ^ /

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