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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, September 16, 1918
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-.1 t*AUK FiVJ New Arrivals Daily of the most'exquisite in COATS ' /SUITS > DRESSES WAISTS SKIRTS SWEATERS PETTICOATS MILLINERY KIMONOS See Them Before You Buy We are only too glad to show you and you will find an assortment beautiful beyond your expectations—also the quality and price UNSURPASSABLE. LADIES FASHION SHOP. "Quality Tells—Price Tell" The New Store • 112 North Main WE CLOSE Tuesday and Thursday at noon On account of Kansas State Fair. Please phone your- .orders early. Give your visitors a treat by ordering your meats, poultry, fruits, vegetables and other groceries from ALFORD BROS. GROCERY AND MARKET Phone 1780 500 4th East <3> * HINKY DINK ICE CREAM. <J. <£. «. <J. <,> <$. <$. <8> 'i, 4> <j> * <?< * Chicago, Sept. lti.—Alderman "11m- ky Dluk" Kennn, tor forty years noted as the dispenser of the 'largest ami eooleHl" beers In Chicago to ihe motley ot IIIB first ward, and widely known, with "Bat|ihouse John" Cough- lin, as political czar of tho first ward will open an ico cream parlor next year when (ho country goe,s dry. He hotly denied it at first, but admitted it today. Pat O'Malley, . his principal rival in the saloon business, will open a flower shop. Largest truck factory In the world. Why not best? llepubllc Trucks, lie- iio-Ouick Co. lG-lit. ' fltr'8. E. M .'nnthBpy tind Mrs. Mtfr. bert Ramsey Invited n rlnmttof t>t musical friends ycsterdtty itt the noma ot the fofmor to hear Mr. Edgnr Ual- four KRstman ot Chicago, n noted vo^ enlist. Mr. Easttntm Is here with his inolher cnrotile to Chleftga after upending tho summer Itt, Colorado. Mr. Kastman has n naturally fine barl- lono voice and has cultivated it carefully under such teachers as Percy llenims ot faewJtork and Prank Cairtl cf Chicago. At present he is a student In (he Bush conservatory of-miislc under Mr, Horoqrt Miller. -His wonderful Interpretation of Various operas show the result of hard work-and cnrctul IVitlnltig. Miss Dorothy Taylor ami Mrs." James U>e JMck sang sever- nl' milliners' waking the entire afternoon delightful musically and socially. ' , Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holle^berger entertained somo of the members;, of i their families at a reunion yesterday I at their..homo on Elevcntji' avenue J 1 west. At boon a bountiful dinner wus served. '.Tho guoata Were: Mr. nml .Mrs. Ellis,Sollenberger. and lit- tlu son;', Mr; arid Mrs, Percy SbUen- berg'or, Mrs. Hose Ew!riff, Mr. liVIng 1 and daughter Alborta May, Mr. and Mrs. Iwlgar Herbst of Olxon, Illinois. 4> V <8> Mr. and. Mrs. IU 15. Fontron and daughter, Mlsi Elizabeth, and Anna i leave Ktlday tor Garden City,, Long I Island where'they •will live the conl- j ing year 1 while Mr. Fontron is engaged An lied: Cross work. . During their absence the Fontron homo wilt be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Young who will move here from VVln- fleld. - 4"P<S> .. Miss Mamie Hicks entertained at a seven o'clock. dinner last evening In honor ot Miss Mary Hadloy. Plates were latd for the following guests: MIHK Mary Hadlcy, Miss Elizabeth Hadley, Mr. Robert Illcks, Mr. Andy Campbell, Mr.' IsVank.Htues and the hostess. '• : • <S> -5> •V Major and Mrs, E. N. Adams ot •Mound City are visiting their daughter, Mrs. James .Hettinger and Mr. Hettinger. They are on their return trl|i from llie t'!. A. H. camp at Portland, Oregon, and from visiting friends at points along the coast. <*> it, Q, • Mr. and Mrs, John Uau entertained' Ihr following,guests at dinner last night; Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Gallup, Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Gallup, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Seward, and Mr- Robert Solsberg. 'T* ^ Mrs. E. E. Yaggy, Mrs. \V. H. Underwood, MID. J. C. Newman and Miss Ellen Cobb expect to go to Camp Funslon tomorrow to attend a meeting of the state War Workers preparatory to the coming drive. <i< <$• -s> Mrs. Clifford Payne and Mrs. J. P. Sliunk left yesterday afternoon for Los Angeles, California where Mm. Payne will make her future home. Mia. Hhunk expects to spend six month's visiting on tho coast. . Mr, and Mrs., O. P,. Scaninn.' Mrs.- Adella Conaway, Miss Anna Cbnit-' way ad Mtes U'ora Deems have re-' -turned from a few week's motor trip to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. -j> <S> Mr. aud Mrs. W. P. Ilrady entertained at a seven o'clock dinner last evening. The jrupslK Ineliidod Mr. and Mrs. O. 11. Hennctt, Miss Marie Bennett and Mr. Louie Fisher. ,J> a, Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Brady of. St.. Louis came this morning to visit-Mr. Brady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .). M, Brady of North Main street and to attend the Stato Fair. * v?" '•> Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fontron will leave lonight for Kansas City where (hey will attend the National Farm Mortgage Hanker's Convention this week. : ...-•«> -J><j> 'Mrs. L. Ballard Is,here from Mani- toii, Colorado visiting far a couplo of weeks at the home of her..."son *».M, Lloyd, Ballard on Fifth avenuo east. . > <»> <S> Miss Llla Blaine of Wichita Will be here this"'week to attend the State Fair, and to be ihc guest of .Mrs. R, J. Hamilton of Eleventh avenue west. «> «• * Miss Margaret Phillips left yesterday for Pittsburg where she will eu- ler tho Pittsburg ormnl this fall in the Domestic Sclenco Department. * * <?• Mrs. D. E; Benedict and Mrs. D. J. Wilson and daughUir Virginia returned last night from a week's visit with Mr. C. II. Smith at Herrfhgton. <?> <j> • Me. ml Mrs. Herbert Martin announce the birih of a daughter Satur­ day ,to whom they have given the name of Lois Brlghtrhan Martin. ' <S* ^> 'Mr. add Mrs. FrOd Dana have returned from a few days' trip nt Enid, Oklahoma, where they have been vis. ltlng with Mrs. Dana's^parents, <$> •$> * Mrs. T. H. Cleveland of Council Blufrs, Iowa, iff visiting .icr sons, Mr. Joseph Campbell and Mr. Hairy Campbell, and ^helr,families. - • Mr. and Mrs. J.' R. Sanders of Brady, Mont., are here visiting Mr. and Mfs. Eales. They will visit at Hatnct bc- [fore returning home. . <S' *> Mrs. 11. Crebo and Mrs. C. L, Andrews und son, of BureKn, wore here yesterday visiting with Mr, and Mrs. H. F. Bowman. 4> «• -S> Mr. and Mrs. Byron Astle relurnid ,home last night from spending a two- week's vacation Iri Green Mountain Falls, Colorado. <i> <S> <t> Mr. and Mrs. John Burwlck and little son of Little Riiier are the gui-sts of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Gilpin for a few days. * «• * Miss Pauline Thompson returned last night from Kansas City whin- she has been visiting friends for tho past month. «> <?> <S> Miss Beth Reikowsky, Mins Ann Reikowsky and Miss Kathorine Reikowsky spent yesterday at their home at Newton. Mrs. Ralph Bloom entertained at dinner yesterday Tor Mr. and Mrs. O. Edwards and two eons and Mrs. C. G. Slade. <S> <S> <& Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lutz and Mr. and .Mrs. Gi-orgc Lutz and baby of Mlnne- ola, are here visiting with Mrs. C. K. Lutz. <s> Mr. Harry Blasdell has gone to Lawrence where he.will attend K. U. and take the S. A. T. C. course there. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wemlting of Uingdon were here yesterday visiting with his sister, Mrs. Alpha Buster, 1- * Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Rishel returned home on Saturday night rrom a week's visit In Kansas City, Mo. <?> <S> ^ • Mrs. Belle Long and family and Miss Floyd Hayley motored to Newton vesterday to visit with friends. * <$> * Mr. Verling Welker. and Vernon Smith have gone to Lawrence where •they will enter tho University. Mr. and Mrs. Curl Lemmon ;of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Lemmon's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cain. <?- -«> * Miss Frances Hawk of Florence ,'s visiting her sister Miss Wllln Hawk, and Mr. and Mrs. ,T. B. Cook. Mrs. Ernest Gllpiu has returned from a week's visit spent: with friends and relatives nt Llltle/River. "«.<?•:•*.'!•,:,'•",•>""';.' ' Mrs. Arthur Shuto of-Flbrence are visiting Mr. and Mrs J. ft! Cook this week. PERSONNEL OF THE GREAT LAKES NAVAL BAND "The Poacopks of the Navy"—t hut Is the name by which Iho membe rs of the Great l<akes Naval Training Station band, with pardonable strut and pride in bearing, are often known. The picture ubovo was' takon near tho north wing of tho Kansas State Capitol building during the present tour through lliis state. The nttmes of tho Uluojjickets in tho picture are as follows: Top row, left to right—Miles \V. Vaughn, publicity man; W. C. Blltick, K. A, Burch, 11. W. Pago, K. M. Norman, J. H. Fturrar, E. P. RaUton, L. O. Boftll, Leo Fttzpfttrlck, publtcity man. Secand row—C. a. Harris, E \v. Crawford, B. lspen, E- P. Allen, C. C. Conrad, cornetlst and assistant director; A. J. Ehman, N, U, Dixon. Front rpw—B. J. Thorsen, L, N, Lylo, K. J. Henry, E- L, Whitney, J- E. Troanor, H. W. Benjamin, director; L. L. CpUier, Jack (Mascot); E. W. Peterson, }a,zz drummer and vosal Boloist; William Sund, M. J. Hoke aBd P. L. strait, Chief; Yeoman Elmer 8, Barnes 1$ in charge ot the band. He and two other bluejackets, A. B. Borough of tide banci end H. P. Caj'ior. publicity wan, who are ta iJutohlnson. are not In ik9 fli«"»« Dancers. Class lessons In ballroom dances every Friday night, 7::',0 to a. Social dance from. 9 to 12. Woodman Hull. Holaday's ;i piece, orchestra. Private lessons by- appointment. Phone Hiifi. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will teach children's ballroom and fancy d;inces. Phone H55. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Notice to Dancers. Dancing every Tuesday, Thursday and Salurday evenings at Central Hall, Opening night Tuesday, Sept, 17. With Holaday's Orchestra. Admission, 75 cents. Atkinson and Atkinson. 12-ut You woudn't take twice what you give tor a Ijalloy Light and Power plant. Ask Tom Majors, Reno-fluick Co 16-6t. JACK, THE MASCOT. Corner M»m tni atconi »tr»»t> STATE FAIR SPECIALS The Tite larfiest Assort merit of fine Waists in this City to Select from. THE PR/CES: Very Latest In Waists Arriving Every Few Days $ Unusual for their beauty and splendid quality —showing the new features in collars, cuffs and embroidery. What- S „ ' • ever the price you S i \JI cellent values and « |-i || be able to make an S nl I important saving on 2 1 y 0ur purchase. S 0. F. Sawyer Dry^Goods Company, Corner North Main and Second Sts. ^ .98 1.25 1.50 1.98 2.50 2.98 3.50 3.98 4.49 4.98 5.98 6.95 8.75 9 95 11.88 13.75 15.00 19 J 5 Wednesday and Thursday A Story of the Golden North With Clara Williams —in— "CARMEN OF THE KLONDIKE" When Two Men Fight For a Woman, There Can Be No Drawn Battle. v ROYAL Theatre TODAY ONLY Jack Gardner, in TheRangeBoss Friday and Saturday f "INSIDE THE LINES" f c With Marguarite Clayton £ £ Directed by David M. 1 Tuitlonl. t > Produced by Pyramid Film Corporation, p P Spies—love—intrigue—adventure— Z £ German plots—all are in a part of "Inside £ t the Lines." In it you will see how Ger- t r man spies art outwitted rind lioiv 4lie > P great Urilish fleet was saved. ^ —COMEDY OR PATHE NEWS EVERY DAY- Who Is Here With the Great Uakes Naval Sand. "Jack," the bis; I'lnnllali liull IIOB mascot of tht» tlreat l^kes Naval Training SUitlon liiintl, now pluylnel liere. ut the fair, IIUB proved aliroat nsj much of an ultrueiion during the i band'n tour through Kunsaa as the' muslelous tlienisehis. The big bull I Joined the bandsiut'ii In Uneoln, Neb., three weeks ago. lie was brought) from tho naval I raining station anil Immediately made himself at home With Hie band. However "Jack" wins without, a name and In Atehl> : on' the bluejaek-j ets, at the suggestion of'an Aleldson | girl, tagged him with iho poetic nitine 1 '"Neptune." Jack, too good a dog to carry the namv of a tlreek god, refused to answer, however, and the bandsmen have now settled on the name ot "Jack" and Hie dog is hal'py. Jack travels in the bluejackets' pull- man, sleeps on the foot of any berth lie chooses and eais navy chow In content. Incidentally he keeps In trim by whipping any dog venturing near the hand's car. Why work In the dark when there. Js a iMiley lAgin and Cower plant to bo had',' Ask Tom Majors. JlenoBuleli Co. 16-Ot. CONVENTION AT HAVEN Haven WW Have a County Sunday School Convention Annually W. 11. IVdrick, county president. Mru. (t. y. Huyos, county secretary, and Albert Thompson, chairman of the stoto executive committee, went tu Haven yesteruay to meet with tho officers of the county there, to arrange for an annual Sunday School Convention to be held at Haven, No­ vember'SUi and 7th. I -argoBl truck factory ID''tho world. Why uot best? Itcpubliu Trucks. Ktv ncf „m 0 fc CO. • 16 (it. Riverside Park TONIGHT Milton Schuster Mucical Comedy Company Mostly Girls Dancing at Park Pavillion Don't miss a visit to Riverside Park if you want real entertainment. Perfect color and fine native duality blended with pure color and brilliancy give. I lie Zlnn Jewelry & Optical Co's. Diamond its prestige among people who insist upon perfection in beauty and duality—and with whom prlde- value Is a fifth quulliy of no umall consequence. Tho fact that no inferior alone* are purchased by UH IS assurance that none can be purchased of us. "The House of Service" THE ZINN JEWELRY OPTICAL CO, ! Honry Zlnn John Blrchfleld PEARL Today and Tuesday TEXAS GUINAN in "THE GUN WOMAN" Iiitenslv iititii.-tit and thrilling- with Hun plays. Heart I'Jay and Soul Play ALSO RUTH ROLAND in "HANDS-UP" A Cyclone Western Setial Episode,'! The "Phantom "V'! Girl" The Most Essential food Is bread. Hut it must contain nourishment. Modern Bread FROM YOUR GROCER. Meat or fish Intended to be fried hliould be wiped as dry as po^idble, and it should not be very eold belore dipping Into the fat. - Did you see tlio Kepublle Truck at the fair? Heno-Uulck C'a. J (i St. Full Line of Hats ' and Caps Save Middle Man's Profit by Kuylng From 4 South Main Phone 1011 A Russian salad Is made front one onion, two applog and four cucumber pickles, all chopped, fine an4 seauoneu with salt, cayenne and vi«»g«r, miO All Seats r IKlO Always DC TODAY MARIE WALCAMP IN 'The Bridge of the Beast" 15th i.*iii.-i'-it.' uf 'TiiM I.luii a t'mws" "DON'T FLIRT" Current Events Slj'.wliiy ulfii:ial war IH-WS. TOMORROW PRI&CILLA DEAN UN' "WHICH WOMAN" Klin ilu! and l'riacllla l>ea«, ICI-MIT in' llilu tcruat Uliiu Bird r^aiurv. Vou i-4ii'l afford to jnisy ihw. i rwlo. 'l'ui»yrt«.»w uniy. Thin week tho Iris will "pm ut tu a. m. and ctuao ut It i>. m. Wtt never cleKe durtas thu tiupp^r hour. Many of the new flours will wake muffins without cgss.

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