The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 14, 1918 · Page 12
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September 14, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 12

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PAOTC TWMATS. THE fiTTTClIINSON fcKWtf. '_tSA\V\)Rl)A 1 1 fcttbt*l>A1 JaiSlt.j-^i.J.tfjg* FORCING HUNS BACK The British Are Doing This on Their Part of Line. HUN BATTALIONS DEPLETED Regimcills Arc Disorgnnizcd and the Desertions Are Becoming Frequent. company each with an average Of bnre- ly a hundred men. A Lack of Discipline. Prisoners admit disaffection anil 'lark (if discipline arc growing al an 'alarming late In I hi- (lennan army (and desertions arc on I ho lncroi»s«. A ; battalion or the 461.li Infantry IOEI- II > "ill, which has Rained tin) name "I.Ions of I'nmbrul", broke during our advance recently across SatilciTO, and lied lo Neslc, whore they Indulged In looting after which the remnants strangled awny. A captured map shows that an attack aRalnst our first army front was IICIIIK organized when Marshal Foch's stroke iipsol the enemy's scheme. It Is dated tho tenth, of July. On the Camhral front we nre maintaining all Rains. Further north we captured Fosse, height, which figured In the early fighting around IM Bassco. Wo are pushing through Aucliy-ISn-La Bassco. near which we took the railway triangle three days ago. British Army Headquarters, Sept. 13.—(Canadian Press).—The Cermans nro being steadily driven from all ground where rear guards micht prolong resistance In oUl defensive w-iiks. The first guards reserve division, much depleted, has been Identified in tho Moeuvrcs. sector and Austrian artillery has been in act Ion uslride the llavrincourt-Klesqulcres road. Three battalions of one regiment of tho STfh division now consist of one An Easy Way to Help Win the War. When our man calls at. your home, give him your family washing, bundle work, and dry cleaning. This method saves gasoline, saves the driver's Itime, and saves equally ns much at I the laundry. Furthermore, you will 'find tt the most satisfactory way to I you from many standpoints. Phone |li)7 or 2107 and place your order Tor !u regular weekly call. It AMERICAN STKAM UUTNDRY. Notice. 1 have moved my orflce from 603 •First National T)ank to 008 First National Bank. Tel. 2002. Walter F. i Jones. 13-21 REGULATION OF TARIFF This is What the Italians Are Expecting for After tlie War. THE FARMS AND INDUSTRIES Want Change in These Affairs, So as to Better Protect Their Business. (Special Correspondence of the Italian-American News Itureau. Chicago.) Rome, Aug. t!0.—Among the utter war problems in Jtaly the regulation of the tariff is regarded as the one most affecting the general welfare of lite nation more closely than any other. The arguments for protection and free trade, so familiar In the t'nlted States, have been aired these two months with no Ies.< bitterness and similar results. Here, as In the United States, the North, with Its mountain streams, Its climate and energetic people, has become n hive of Industry, while the south, with an Incomparable soil, pro> ditclng one crop after another tho year round, remains ngrlcufturni. The big Industries have built up n great collective interest, powerful In mrnns nnd well supplied with men of capacity at the head or their affairs. The cultivators of the soli have remained divided, and swayed by conflicting purposes and theories. At a session of the federation of chambers of commerce of Southern Italy held In I Naples In June, resolutions were adopted calling on the government tO| obtain larger outlets for Italian pro-| dure through trade treaties, and de-j notincing the change in the tariff syB- lent favond by the royal commission J for the renewal of trade treaties, as I prejudicial to their Interests and In spired by the protected industries. Joint action had been deolded on by j the same Interests previously ttl Bnrl, to get action politically and prevent the final adoption of the tariff system they opposed. The discussion-culminated In July, when a meeting of the stock cprpora- , lions In Home offered a compromise | and asked for united erfort to promote the prosperity of the country. A committee was authorized, to consist or five manufacturers and five agriculturists, to study the ntiestion In every aspect and report to another congress. It Is realized that the fundamental differences between manufacturers and cultivators of tho soil are so great i as to bo almost irreconcilable. It Is urged that what has besn done, what will bo done and what also should be dpno constitute the only salvation of Southern Italy. It Is Im- rWIMSUffM THE FIRST KITCHEN CABINET ay at Kansas State Fair In the Liberal Arts Building The McDougall is Used by the State Food Demonstrations In the Agricultural building the $55.00 model used will be sold to the highest bidder. Leave your bids at our booth at the fair or at our store. Cabinets are made in a variety of styles at a good range of prices. You can get. a model adapted for your needs. This model McDousalf is our new special large size, cabinet made especially for Farm Homes, see it. v Conserve Women's Strength and Energy by supplying modern kitchen equipment. It will save its cost over and over again besides making the work a pleasure instead of drudgery. When buying a kitchen cabinet, remember that the first kitchen cabinet was a McDougall, and that McDougall lias led ever since in all that makes.a kitcheiri cabinet better. Price is moderate, easy terms make buying still easier. * ~ rjs THE HOME OF HONEST VALUES 408410 North Main Phone 259 possible to think that the war which has revolutionized the world and transformed Italy entirely will not effect drastic and important changes In the life of the southern part of tho peninsula. To develop the country and establish Industries nre tho compromises proposed. It already hns tho elements for such a change. II has raw materials, many all Its own; It has mineral deposltx; plenty of operatives; thrifty and Intelligent managers and advanced Instruction In technical supervision. Muny other things are wanting although not in an absolute sense. First of all Is the principle of co-operation. A snot deal/ can be supplied by the Interests already established in the North, and a ureal deal will be brought about ns a natural result st the closer relations created between the allied peoples by the war, aa soon ns II shall end. lly making the South n manufacturing country most of lis differences with the North will disappear, especially if It la developed as an expansion oC northern Industries by the same persons. It cannot and should not continue to he satisfied with tlte primitive forms of ngrlculture and Ullage of the soil. It must Introduce the lalist methods and machinery and diversification of crops. In this the manufacturers or the North are showing the greatest Interest nnd inclination to assist. The government cannot neglect the opportunity to support the evolution if not the transformation of the South of Italy with administrative action. At the interparliamentary commercial conference held recently In London, recognition was given to the necessity of concerted notion anions the nations represented, to secure a mutual agreement for (he protection of the interests of each one aboard, and a resolution was adopted unanimously expressing the belief that the allied governments should organize for the control of raw materials, and should do their utmost to stimulate trade in manufactured articles and in merchandise of every description, until reciprocal concessions are established. IS DENIED VISIT TO BRITISH LINES) Representative jCharlej H. Dillon. Washington.—Tho reason why iSng-" laud refused to permit Representative Charles JI. Dillon of South Dakota and Ernept Lundeen of ^Unneaota lo vlHit tho British front, has been made known. The icen are now in Europe. On the trip over they talked freely on war matters and their remarks were of such a nature as to cause military and civilian passengers aboard the boat to report thorn to the commander of tho troops aboard the ship and to the ship's captain. Moth men, Kepubllcans, voted against the declaration of war against Germany. Dillon is serving his third term in congress. Hi) voted for the McLeraore resolution against the declaration of war against Germany, failed .10 voto at all' on the first emergency bond Issue, voted for conscription and recorded himself us being In favor of the Kahn amendment. lie also voted against the espionage bill, but in favor of the declaration of war on Austria-Hungary. What Lundeen Has Done. Lundeen, who is serving his first term in congress, was dofeated recently tor renouiinalion in the Atliiueaota primaries by W. H. Newtown, because of Lundoon's alleged pacifist rocord. Lundeen voted against the Kahn amendment to strike out the volunteer clauso from tho first draft law and voted against the law itself. Ho cast no votu on the resolution declaring war upon AUBtria-Hungnria. Ho voted against tho espionage bill, designed to give tbe United States power to deal with enemy alien i>ro»- uganda. Ho voted, however in favor of nil war finance measures, lie had a controversy with Col, Hoosevelt, ox- changing letters, In which Koosevelt spoke of him as a ''Hun," Send Your Washing Early. Remember that tho State Fair always wakes a great rush pf business. This again emphasizes tiw imparlance of sending your vaBh put earjy. Pliopo 107 or 2107, • ,U AMERICAN STJpAM I,fit!NPKy. Useful all over the farm, International Motor Cultivators. Pull your disk harrows, drills, seeders, land mucker, laud rollers, peg-tooth bar* s «r any field work that four •/)veu typuld UP . See there today at ie .Harvester Company'? State Fair Monkey \ir „ is very, fashionable ,fp»- both frpjok; mi wrjip.e, Urges Promptness to Lessen Economic Waste in Wartime Cincinnati, 0.—"There Is a tfefnert- dons economic waste .that could be prevented lu tills country If people were madd to realise the Importance of being punctual" was the message of the president bt tho American Hankers Association, Charles A. Illnsch or this city, to tlio retail Jewelers of Iho country who have launched n spoetl- tnc-up campaign with the clogan "On Tlnie in War Time." Mr. illnsch wns the first member of the Punctuality 'Conner, enrolled by The Watchmen of Ainsrlcn, under whose banners banks, Jewelers, manufacturers, educators nhd government men will drive home the Importance of punctuality by means of posters, pay envelopes, leaflets moving pictures and other rhear.s. "It has been said," snld Mr. Illnsch, "that tho man who Is not punctual has three hands—a right hand, n loft hand and a little behind hand. Keep up tho good work." The convention to which this lotter was rend pledged tho establishments of all Its members, retail jewelers throughout the country, as war service stations for correct lime, regulation of watches, and systematic boosting of the rule—"On Time," Charles A. Hinsch. A few of tho Bmnller hntB I rimmed very high in front. Kodaks, Films and Supplies WE DO DEVELOPING AND PRINTING The A & A Drug Co. The Rexall Store Right Straight Through —from the edges of the massive, mile- making Vacuum Gups to the rims of the wheels—all the 6uper-quality of materials and" construction that can be put into a casing is built into Pennsylvania TIRES Nwv guaranteed — per warranty tag attached to each casing—for 6,000 Miles Then, too, there is the guaranteed ability of theVacuumCups to prevent skidding on. wet, slippery pavements, else tires returnable at purchase price, after reasonable trial. Hill-Howard Motor Co. DISTRIBUTORS 122-124 Sherman East, Hutchinson, Kan. 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