The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 19, 1924 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 19, 1924
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 192* THE HUTCHINSON NEWS; PACE FTVE. UHE TO PLAY IN THE CONCERT Famous LindsWf Violinist Added to Concert Program. 'Announcement was mndo torlav that Arthur Una, the famous liindsborft vIolinlBt will appear on the Thanksgiving night program at Convention Hall, in bohnlf of the •ictlmny collego Tonuilo ot Music rund. The principal part of tho concert program will bo taken by Katharine Kerstlng, the hoted Kaunas soprano, and protege ot Madame Calvo, but Mr. Vhe will play one number. This number, however, is a masterpiece, "Caprice No. 4" by Jjocatelli, the favorite concert number of the great violinist, Holtltz. Mr. Uho plays tonight In Chicago, substituting tor Air. Heltitz, as be frequently doos, and will give this Caprice on his Chicago program. As a recognition ot the artists In the approaching concert, two display windows on Main street will iie especially decorated In their honor. Jenkins & Sons will have one ot their display windows in honor ot 'tlhe, who la a Victor artist, and lbe Itorabaugh-'Wlley store will have a Kerstlng window, showing the costume which Madamo Calvo wore forty years ago in Ywt debut In Europe, and which Miss Korst- Ing will wear this winter when she makes *er own debut at Rome. good reading; 8:20, musical] 9:20, talk; 10, "At Homo." WLiW. Cincinnati («») 10, Civil service talk; 10:03, Melody Boys: 10:30, concert, Instrumental Irlo. W'OC, Davenport (4St) 7, sandman; 3, orchestfn. WVVJ, Dotrolt'News t317)'7:30, News orchestra, )>flss, soprano; 0, orchestra; 10. 11.1111-0. WTAS, Elgin (288) «-S, itrlnjr sex­ tette, vocal. Instrumental; 8-12, orchestra, songs. _ , WUAP, Ft. Worth Star Telegram (470) 7:30-8:30, conceit; 8;30-lO:«0, concert. WttAS. Loiilsvlllo Time* Journal (4W» 7:30-9, omioort, speclaltes. WMC, Memphis Commercial Appeal (500) 8:30, concert orcheBtra. WCCO, iMlnnenpolln-St, Paul («17> r ,:is. concert; 7:30; lecture; 8, musical;. 10, baud, CKAO, Montreal (425) 7:30, concert. WKAl-\ New York (402) fl. services; 7:!u, talk; 7:30, talk; S, soprano, violinist; 8.30, three peasants; 0:30, twin pianos: 10-12, orchestra. W11N, New York (3(10) «, orchestra; 8:30, news; 8:37, orchestras 10:30, dance; 11, Ted Lewis' Symphonic Clown*. . WOK, Newark (405) 6:15, sports.. KGO. Oakland (312) 10. Instrumental Irlo, llawalians, address, vocul; 12. dance, soloists. WAAW, Omaha <2Sfl> 7:30-9, bridge talk. WO AW. 'Omaha (BEG) 0, story; 6:30, dinner program; 9, vocal. Inm-ument- al; 10:15, announced; 10:30, Wowl trollc. il WPAft, rhlladelphla (S55) 6:30. talk. WII', Philadelphia (600) 6, talk; 7, recital; 0:05. dance. •YVCAI2, I'ittshtirKh (1S2) (5:30, TJncle Kaybm>; 6:45-7:31), spei-ial features; 7:30, review, orchestra. WKAQ, Porto UK-6 (310) 10:30-12, concert. Kl'o, San Franclrco (423) 7:30, stories; 0, orchestra; 10, organ; 11, pianist: 12, band. WOV, Schenectady (380) 6:45, new hooks; 7, studio; S, addresses, Chna. IlttEhes. Chief .lusllce Taft. Kllhu Root. Henry Moryenthau; 10:30, organ, news: 0, bedtime; 30-11, orchestra; 12- WBZ, Springfield (337) 0:05, bed­ time; 1:11, dramatic talk; «:45, "Slot- fried, English opera company, KFQX, Seattle (233) 8-9, reports, 1, orchestra. WRC. Washington (4«9) «:30. recital; 7:30, concert; 8:30, trio; 9, quartet; 9:30, dance, WCBD. SSIon (345) 8, male chorus, Instrumental. FINE ATTENDANCE AT SOUTH SIDE REVIVAL, "The Three Dispensations ot the Bible," will be the theme of Rev. P. F. Walters' sermon tonight at the revival In the South Hutchinson Christian church. The meeting Is beginning with a good nt- lundance, stated the pastor, Rev. Hugh C. drcsliam. Friday night will be reserved as school children's night nnd all the school children of South Hutchinson will attend the services In a body. The sermon will be on education. To Illuminate the Drill Field Special lighting arrangements are being installed at the state fair grounds to make It possible for the Hutchinson field artillery units to have mounted drill on winter evenings when it becomes dark early. Lieut. L. M. Howell of Battery A, who is nn electrician employed at the Donovan Electric Co., has volunteered to do the wiring necessary to light one ot the large barns so that It can be used as a riding hall at night. VALLEY Mrs. Sam Imel had an accident last week which resulted In breaking her right wrist. She was helping load some stock In a truck when the truck rolled back and caught her wrist between it nnd the bnrn. Her daughter, Mrs. Ed- Ear Priddlo, has been helping caro (or her. The Bible class of the Clay Valley M. E. Sunday school enjoyed the evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Gibson last Tuesday evening! the 11th. Mrs. Oscnr Seedlo entertained the \V. M. A. last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Karl Matlack was the leader and an interesting program was rendered. Last Sunday was cash day at the Pleasant Grove church, nn effort being made to care for the financing of the church for the year and also to get monoy paid In on the woekly basis. The finance committee feel encouraged with the results. The men of tho Pleasant Grave church will have a wood sawing for the church next Tuesday, the 25th. All meu are Invited to come and help. The Ladles' Aid will serve dinner In the basement of the church. Last Friday Mr. Will Collins, Miss Mary Collins, Mrs'. Guy Matlack ajid Miss Ethel O'Neal drove to Llncolnvlllo to spend a few hours with Fred Collins, who Is cashier of the bank there. Fred Is doing nicely and likes his work. The Ladles' Aid will have an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. L. O'Neal Wednesday ot this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Engier spent Sunday with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Downs. A worm that lives only In Ice nnd cannot even wlthstnnd the heat ot a human hand has been found and photographed by a scientific expedition In tho Olympic mountains. Dr. Campbell Took Schwegler's Place Prof. It. A. Schweglpr, of Kansas University, wlm was lo come this morning to ailSrress tho Chamber of Commerco meeting in the new, Llncoli%srhnol building today and tho senior high school at assembly this mornlntr, was unable lo got here on nrcnunt of Illness. Dr. R. T. Campbell, president of Sterling college, gave tho talk at the Chamber of Commerce lunch- con this noon. A linmmer bond can be kept on tho handle snugly nnd p«rmnneuti;. by dipping the end of the handle In glycerin lo thoroughly moisten tho surfaces where tho head touches. Safe Milk Infant!, Invalid*, Children, The Agec: Dlftcitible—No Conking. A I.IUht Lunch I<aT* Avoid Imitation! — Subititutr- LERADO t «T. W. Cheatum was called to Tlal- •tead Tuesday by the death of his lafiher, Wm. Cheatum. Mr. Cheatum came to Kansaa and lived on a farm a halt mile south of Lerado and was at one time a merchant here, but sold the business and farm and left this part about twenty-eight years ago, finally locating at Halstead where ho lived until his death last Tuesday aged eight-three years. The funeral was last Thursday with Interment at Halstead. L. Brown has a sale billed for the 21th after which he will soon start for the south land in bis new Star auto. ' The rain of last week was a mere sprinkle for the most of this community. * The ijiwson family gave a recep. "tlon one evening last week for Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lawson the newly Ivedg of two weeks ago. Mr. and arm. Lawson (nee Delia Glare) need no Introduction; both have Uved around here for several years. Mr. Lawson a successful farmer and Mrs. Lawson a successful school teacher at Lerado and Pens- losa. They will be at homo on Mr. Lawson's farm northeast of Lerado. Their friends will all join In con- •jTatulations and best wishes. • Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wright were Sunday guests at H. 8. Mauoka. IB. W. Egy has his new barn about completed which la quite an improvement. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Long were both on the sick list last week. They are both better at this time. Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd Clough are .on a visit in Oklahoma. C. P. Railsback reports a yield of over fifty bushels to the acre of katfir soed which Is not so bad. Program for Thursday. Nov. 20, (Courtesy ot Radio Digest), (fiy Associated Pros*). 1CSD, .St. Louis Pbst-l>lSimtch (648) 4 p. m., homo hour. • _ Willi, Kansas City (411) 2-S. Ladles' hour; 8-9:30, eoprano solos, tenor. *olos. WDAF. Kansas City Star (411) S:304:30, Hudlo trio; 6:SO-0, Marketgram. weather forecast, time signal, and road report; (1-7, School of he Air, nil- dress, reading, story and music; 11:451, Nlghthawlts. WSH, Atlanta Journal (429) 8-9, Journal hired help progrnm; 10:45, organ concert. _ \VKH1, Boiton (SOS) S. Big Brother club; 6:30, musical; 7:30. orchestra; I -ll, program from WEAP. WOB, Buffalo (319) 6, muslo; •:«», .•ewe; 9-10, musical. WON, Chicago Tribune (»10) 6, organ; C:30, concert; 8, concert; 8:30, •laselcal; 10, orcheetras. WLS. ChlcaeTO (345) 8:30, organ; 4:46, entortainere, Woodshed theatre E rcisntatlon: 7:20, Grand Opera gems, addler ieature. KYWf Chicago (BS«) t, concert; 8, MOTHER! Clean Child's Bowels "California Fig Syrup" is Dependable Laxative for Sick Children B Wheat, Corn and «,Rice Make the Best Pancake FlOUlf Hurry Mother! A teaspoontul of "California Fig Syrup" now will sweeten tho stomach and thoroughly clean the little bowels and In a few hours you have a well, playful child again. Even if cross, feverish, bilious, constipated or full of cold, children love its pleasant taste. II never cramps or overacts. Contains no narcotic or soothing drugs. Tell your druggist you want only the genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for Babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother, you must sny "California." Refuse any imitation. |OOCH$ BEST ft 1 1 DK. HUNTER AND ASSOCIATES SPECIALISTS In the non-surgical office treatment ol Chronic. Pelvic nnd Iteclar Diseases Indigestion, Constipation, Dyspepsia." Qall Bladder Troubles, Rheumatism, i Neuritis, Weak Back, Catarrh, Kidney end Bladder Complaints. Nervousness. Falling Strennth, Bloating, Pain In ! Side, Qoltre, Epilepsy, Asthma, Bron- j chltle, Chronic Blood Poison, Rectal : Disorders, Diseases of Women and: Diseases of Men. i MI nn cured without knife. < l II rll hospital, chloroform or! 1 IliUU ,i e t en tlon from work ot business. Our Atrophic method euros In a few treatments or w< will rotund every dollar paid. ELECTRIC-THERAPEUTICS Onr equipment Includes all Elec trie methods—X-Hay, Violet Kay Galvanism, Sinusoidal Furadisni. Auto-Condensation, diathermy. Oz one, Vibration, Light, Heat nnd Ray Thtrapy. BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY We are equipped for the scientific administration of "606," "014," Anti-Rheumatic, Blond Building Serums, Dacterlns, Phylaceogens. Autogenous, Vaccines, etc. A Most ModiSrn Equipped Clinic. Our treatment methods have won thousands of testimonials from Kansaa and surrounding state*. t ,a Fontaine, Kg. Dr. Hunter & Associates cured me sound,nnd well In something like eight treatments. K n. HAUBOUlt Consultation and Examination Free. 14 So. Main St., entire second floor, Hutchinson. Kana. EVERYBODY LISTEN To What I Have to Say I Am Yours FREE For Your Thanksgiving Dinner All that's necessary is to select any new Gas, Coal or Oil Range in our stove department, pay a small payment down and make it your own. This Unique Sale starts tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock and lasts until Thanksgiving. t Remember I Am Absolutely FREE! MONARCH MALLEABLE Monarch Stoves are one of the best known of the older Standard Makes. The new added improvements of this year's models make this the best stove value of the year, And the prices are right. SHAFFER'S Prices Are RIGHT In spite of this FREE offer and easy terms, Shaffers want you to know you will still obtain the same regular low prices. But you must come in before Thanksgiving to obtain this unusual terms and me (The Goose) FREE. I'm a real live goose, and will weigh at least 10-lbs. Wouldn't you like to have me for your Thanksgiving Dinner? Shaffer Will Even Give You a Liberal Allowance On Your Old Stove Why use that old range any longer when you can apply it as partial payment on a new one? What time is more important than Thanksgiving to - have a new range? Call 496 and let our appraiser see your range. u Detroit Vapor DHL ETIBIWIM Shaffers have the exclusive agency for the Red Ster Oil Stoves In Hutchinson. The factory representative will be here Friday and Saturday to demonstrate these ranges. Come down and see how wonderfully it cooks. Paramount Gas Ranges Bake With Controlled Heat If you care to use regulated heat in baking; along with the many other Special Features, the Paramount Gas Range has the latest designed heat regulator. Easiest of Terms—Only $5.00 Down. 9 <y At all Standard Oil Service Stations K! and at authorized garages E and filling station*. Kerogas Oil Stoves The success of the Kerogas,Oil Stove has been phenomenal. Hundreds of them have been sold here in Hutchinson. This stove makes its own gas front kerosene—easy, simple and safe to operate. 1 Just Think! Only $ET DOWN* will! enable, you. to. have, your choice of any new Range at Shaffer's not forgetting to include myself (the goose) absolutely FREE. The balance may be arranged for in either monthly or senii-inonlhly payments. Remember this unique sale commences tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock and closes Thanksgiving Day. Whether you burn coal, Gas or Oil, Shaffers Stove Department can fullftl your needs* Phone 496 23-25 South Main Open Saturday Nights Until 10 O'clock. For every ache and pain use Ben-Gay freely. Its penetrating warmth drivesawaythesoreness like magic and brings quick and blessed relief. For: A A A A A A A A 4 H.ickaches Toothaches Kheumatiem Tired i«t Ous.Ks <rad colds -1 The Original ^BAUtfE SEHGUE JgJ (Analgesitjue) That. Lccmtntf & Co. Ajacr. Aacsm. N. X* i Does Not Crumble-/1 Try it 1 '

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