The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 12, 1918 · Page 11
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, September 12, 1918
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THURSDAY, SBMTOMBKtt 'IS, 1918. - tf&E HUTCHINSON KEW8, PAfffi ELEVEN. WELCOME -FAIR VISITORS MIGHTY PURCHASE SALE WELCOME FAIR VISITORS of the Hub stock of Fall and Winter Clothing etc. to be Open Saturday, Sept. 14,8 a. m. Wife' Public i« Weil aWare that we have bought the-.Hub Stock in the month of «hme and all Fall and Winter Goods were then unsal able. Now as the season approaches for Pall and Winter Merchandise we inaugurate a GREAT SALE 'comprising all Winter- Suits, Overcoats, Pants and Purhishing Goods, all necessary for you. Avail yourself for this Great Opportunity and save all you cafll We quote you the'following prices: v m . l\\ MEN'S SUITS All $15.00 Suits/Mighty Purchase Sale Price . .•. ..... Ail;$17.50 Suits, Mighty Purchaso "". Sole Price ... ... All $20.00 Suits, Mighty Purchase Sale Price Alii$22.50 Suits, Mighty Purchase Sale Price .:. All $25.00 Suits, Mighty Purchase Safe Price All $30.00 Suits, Mighty Purchase Sale Price $12.95 $13.95 $15.95 $17.95 $19,95 $22,95 SHOES! SHOES! A. big line of Shoes of all descriptions. All sizes. From $2.98 tip. SALE OPENS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, REMEMBER THE DATE. BUY NOW Men's and Young Mens' Overcoats Furnishings $15,95 All $15.00 Overcoats, Mighty Purchase Sale, ^19 95 ,. going at ... ^ * ,A,0U All $17.50 Overcoats, Mighty Purchase Sale, <M9 QK going at * luiJu All $20.00 Overcoats, Mighty Purchase Sale, going- at ... Raincoats! Raincoats! Greatest Bargains ever offered. Men's and Women's of all descriptions. Men's Odd Pants One big lot of Khaki Pants, <T1 Mighty Purchase. Sale Price. Men's Pants from $1.95 and up. For Men and Boys One lot of > Underwear, Union Suits and 2 -piece Gnrments 98c Up One big lot of Undershirts and Drawers. 9Sc each * Boys' Suits A big line of Hoys' Suits from $4.95 nnd up. One big lot of Shirts, some with collars attached and detached, $1.19 and Up. Look for the BIG RED, WHITE AND BLUE SIGN. SAMPLE CLOTHING CO. 19 South Main Sole Agents For W. L. Douglas Shoes J. B. Fractman has bought Hub Clothing Stock Come One, Come All, and Save Now. Don't Delay. UNIONS SHOW DECLINE. Those With National or International Affiliations Are Growing Rapidly. Washington. — Union organizations In Canada which arc affiliated with International bodies, or with other organizations, showed considerable in-, creases during the past year, accord- lag to figures prepared by the Canadian Department of Labor/but those organizations which were purely local' and independent declined In numbers and influence. The number of union men In Ciir.ada In 1917 was 204,630, as compared with 133,132 in 1913. The number of unions, in 1917»was 1.974, of which number 1,702 had International affiliations. LABOR'S APPREHENSION. Vienna Arbelter Zeltung Fears Practical Industrial Slavery. Washington.—The Vienna Arbeiter Zeitung, recently characterized a •"perverted newspaper" by tho powerful Austro-Hungarian war intereets which it has bitterly attacked, wains Austrian labor of a most disquieting situation to follow the world war. "Labor will no longer have to deal with Individual employers," it says, "but with a closely organized combination of employers, allied with the large banks and supported by the stale." The dual monarchy has formed many "war unions" of employers and guarantees them (substantial profits, with the proviso that a share of these profits shall go to the state. This condition, the Zeltung believes, will lead lo a vicious circle of slate, banks and kartels (Industrial companies) that will completely dominate labor. The war has also, it is declared, led to the formation of large trusts in Austria-Hungary, for many small manufacturers have become rich and have sold out to Jarge interests. WOMEN IN FACTORIES. Aircraft Production Has Features Comparable to Steeple Jack's Job. Washington.—iMany women are employed in airship factories in France, unci some have jobs that almost qual­ ify them for service as steeple lacks. The women hnve_to be hoisted in boatswains' chairs lo considerable heights lo undertake some of tho work for which they are called. J1.00 Way. Men's stills , or overcoata cleaned and pressed J1.00. K. IS. (lallup, 41» N. Main. Phono 9fil. Mon. Thurs. 13-tf If You Miss the BOWMAN & CO. "WIN REFORD SALE YOU WILL MISS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY 1 n Oct. 23, 1918 at Fair Grounds Generous 5th «0, * ' I ' 'J- ,1 i A* GENEROUS CAM 7 S. A. BOWMAN, MANAGER GENEROUS CALVES

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