The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 24, 1924 · Page 9
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November 24, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

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MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS PAGE NTNK. Hobo Detective Lands Victims IJodgo City, Kan. 24.—K. IJ. Bloomtielil, "hcbo detective," wound up his campaign In Dodge City by presenting the chief of police with evidence against about 100 Dndge Citv *ien who are regular cunto- rr,«r» of bootleggers. Itloomfleld says hjo Is working under the direction ot Attorney General C. B. Griffith and Fred Crabbe, of Topeka, head of the Kan -ttR Anti-Saloon League. Ho haa been known over the stuto as the "hobo detective" because In moat towns where I- s has boon sent to secure evidence of violations of tbe prohibitory laws he hns assumed the role ot • vagrant. In other placou, however, he has found It moro effective to obtain employment as a shoemnkor, a painter, a Imrnoss maker, or a watch repair man. In Dodge City ho secured employN ment :IH n painter, and he nnya lhat Chief of 1'ollco Earl Cox Is the only man who know of his purpose here. Ho says that Chief Cox has given him fine co-operation. FIRES IN FLINT HILLS. Prairie Fires Are Burnlnn Over the Grazing Sections, Cottonwood Falls, Kan., Nov. 21, —Serious prairie fires are sweeping over much of th.' Flint Tiills grazing section. The grass Is unusually heavy ami thick and has cured until it is an dry and Inflammable as tinder. One of the first tires of the season which burned over several thousand acres In •north Butler county a few days ago destroyed winter grating for a big string of Texas cattle which bad been brought In. CAUGHT IN MACHINERY AT LYONS SALT PLANT Lyons, Kan., Nov. 24.—Chas. Flake, Jr., an employee of the Western Salt plant, as seriously In- Jruod Saturday evening when he became entangled In some machinery nt the bottom of the pilue. His left firm and right leg wore broken nnd he received minor bruises and scratches. Ho was taken Immediately to the Lyons hospital. Nightmares and unpleasant dreams aro said to he cured by use of a newly compounded medicine. THANKSGIVING TURKEY FREE! See {he Turkey in Our Window. Guess Its Weight The One Coming the Closest Wins the Turkey. Put Your Guess in—You May Be the Lucky One. The UNITED LIGHT & POWER CORP. Phone 780. Dr. Magill Speaks at C. of C. Luncheon Dr. Hugh Magill, International secretary of the International Conference for Hellgious Instruction will be the speaker at the Chamber ot Commerce membership luncheon on Wednesday. Dr. Magill Is recognized as one of the forceful and magnetic speakers of the na­ tion, end has gained a world wide reputation ns A speaker. It is an unusual privilege tor the membership of tho Chamber of Commerce to hear him at tho weekly, luncheon and he should be greeted by a largo audience. Reservations will bo made Tuesday. The town mail-carrier haa beon elected mayor ot Arundel, England. London toxicabs are not heated In winter. Tan Calf Fall's Foremost Slipper Shading This step-in Pump of Tan Calf portrays the style trend in footwear fashions tor smarter street wear. As sketched, short vamp, round toes, cutout front, side gore, box heels—Only Eight Dollars. Sea Them in Our Windows YOUNG'S SHOE STORE Phot* 1757. •subtithsd is77 12 North Main. THE NEW BUICK COACH IS HERE Until Thanksgiving Trade in Your Old Stove on a New Range at Shaffer's SHAFFER'S PRICES ARE RIGHT And Receive- AGOOSE FREE For Your Thanksgiving Dinner A GOOSE FREE For Your Thanksgiving Dinner $ Liberal Terms £ Down will get you your choice of any New Stove at PARAMOUNT GAS RANGES B>k« With Controlled Heat MONARCH MALLEABLE COAL STOVES KERO—GAS OIL STOVES Makes it Own Gas from Kerosene YOU MUST COME BEFORE THANKSGIVING TO OBTAIN THIS UNUSUAL OFFER and TERMS Do Your Christmas Shopping Now \ Lowtn Prticta ^ »M ^^gf 112 North Main. Do Your Christmas Shoppinc Now Thanksgiving -Values A Timely Low Priced COAT $34.50 Coats of Rich Fabric Lavishly Fur Trimmed Each one unusually smart and attractive. Coats with deep cuffs, large collars and bands of furs, many with embroidered and tailored trimming- touches. Smart new colors are featured. I Fabrics —Gerona —Ouana —Fashona —Kashamana Furs and Colors —New Suede, Like Fabrics —Vicuna —Seal . —Nat. Wolf —Mink —Jap. Mink —Squirrel Stunning Frocks For Thanksgiving Gaieties at Two Very Special Prices $25, and $29.75 These are Frocks truly festice in color and embellishments and with the serviceability that make these two special prices so great,a value. The majority of the styles are fashioned of silks. There is also a goodly ainound of modes made up of stunning wool fabrics. -Afternoon Wear -Evening Wear —Charmeen —Chiffon* —Chiffon Velvets —Silk Faille —Twills, Serges —Beaded -Dinner Wear, Dance -Business Wear —Embroideries —Gray, Blue —Taupe, Brown and Black Fox —Silk Braids —Chenille Cords

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