The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 16, 1918 · Page 6
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September 16, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

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PA01R SIX. Rorabaugh- Wiley Dry Goods Co. Headquarters For Women's Apparel, featuring for Fair Week Women's Suits ISO New Fall Suits — direct from New York City—have Just boon received by our busy Suit. Department and will be featured special during Fair "Week for ^ $25.00, $29.50, $35.00, $39.50 In-answer to our urgent wire—our New York representatives spent days selecting these good, substantial suits—buying them In such quantities that they were able to save money on each one. This Means You Will Also Save! The suits are carefully made—faultlessly tailored — durable in material—substantial in stylo. All qualifications that go to prove a suit— assure its style and promise its dura bllily are included. Materials Serge Wool Poplin Porlet Twill Novelty Cloth Colors Black Blue/ Green Brown Plum Taupe $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 $39.50 We arc also showing an extensive line of Dresses, Skirts, Coats and Furs. Second Floor. Hats Very smart tailored hats in small sines—ex­ tremely becoming DTCSB Hats—somewhat larger. Colors to harmonize with new Suits and new Dresses. Prices decidedly reasonable. We specialize on Hats for matrons and children. Second Floor. Fair Visitors ffur rest room, with its big easy chairs Is completely at your disposal. Our telephones — free checking service — elevators—train and inter-.^ urban Information — ice cooled water and modern toilet rooms are hero for your convenience! Shoes Rorabangh - Wiley Footwear proves once and for all that there is econpmy In quality. We buy only the best of leathers and Insist, most emphatically, upon irwxl workmanship. Perfect fit la assured by the large line of sixes we carry. Comfort, Durability and Style are featured In every pair of ShneH we show— white our prices are as low or lower than can be found elsewhere—quality for quality. Tuesday Our Store Will Close at 12 Tea Room Closed All Day Tuesday Eventually Every Farmer in Reno County Will Be the Proud Possessor of a Lalley Light and Power Plant A Lalley Purchaser is Guaranteed Service RENO BUICK CO. Local Distributors "See That Man Majors" FRED WEESNER Successor to Briggs Bros, tfo. 3 South, Maifl WIOMC 168 Two Avlntors Killed. New York, Sept. 16.—lJeutenanl Charles Kennoy, Jr., of Covington, Ky., and B. H: Austin, of Hoston, were killed when au army airplane from the Mlncola aylaUott field crashed to earth In the Flatbush Brooklyn today. sectiou of A delicious ww candy for the children is wade of pppcoru and hooey rolled into balls, All Kinds Of Vegetables. Order fresh radishes, egg plant, carrots, tomatoes, njaogpes, ;»weet potatoes, onions, celery, cabbage, and potatoes at I. SMITH'S Qrpeety aM •Mariiet, FJipsolpQO, and, Eighteenth Annual State * Fair! "Under Control Kansas State Board of Agriculture" COMPLETE PROGRAM Tuesday, September 17th. CATTLEMEN'S, HUTCHINSON AND LABOR DAY. 9:00 a.m.— Judging in nil Departments. /This is the day to see the Live Stock out by classes. Martial Music. 10:00 a. in.—Concert bv Great. Lakes Naval Baud. 12:00 in. — Activities will cease at sound of whistle for one minute Silent Prayer for success of our Cause and sal'c return of our Boys. 1 : 00 p. m.—Opening number by Herb's Official Baud in Speaker's Tent. Short address by Ceo. hi. Donaldson. President of Cattlemen's Association, who will after explaining Cotton Seed situation as ho found it hi Washington, act as presiding chairman. Address by Hon. John A. Edwards, First. Vice-President of Kansas Cattlemen's Association. Address by Four Minute Man. 2:00 p. in.—Concert by Great Lakes Naval Band and Herb's Official Baud at Grand Stand. m.—2:25 Pi icing, purse -Kansas Derby. -Running Races,, 4 'bo fnr- , 2:30 p $500.00. 2:14 Trotting, purse $000.00. . 2:11 Pacing, purse $500.00. The heats of the races will be interspersed with Free Entertainment Acts. _ 3:00 p. m.—Opening^of the Show of Saddle and Roadster classes in front of Grandstand. 3:45 p. ra.—Draft Horse, Hitch, first prize $25.00. 4 :.15 p. m.- 4:30 p. m. longs. 4:45 p. in.—Running Race; distance announced on "Daily Program." 5 : 00 p. m—Music"by Herb's Official Band in Speakers Tent. Address on Labor by Hon. .1. L Shepherd, followed by Picnic Supper. Tuesday Evening 7:30 p.'m.—Final Concert by Great Lakes Naval Band at Grand Stand. 8:30 p. m.—Russian Ballet and Vaudeville Acts. 8:45 p.m.—Grand Pyrotechnic Spectacle "The World's War" with special music by Herb's Official Band, COMPLETE PROGRAM Wednesday, September 18th NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL DAY. 9:00 a. in.—Conclusion of judging in various departments, and viewing exhibits. Martial Music 12 : 00 m.—Activities will cease at sound of whistle for one. minute Silent Prayer for success of our Cause and safe return of our Boys. .1:00 p. in.—Music in Speakers Tent by Martial BancW Address by Dr. Henry J. Waters. Address by Colonel Scott Smith, retired. .Hon. J. C. Molder, Secretary of Kansas State Board of Agriculture, presiding. 2:00 p. m.—Concert by Herb's Official Band in Grand Stand. 2:25 Trotting, purse $500.00. 2:14 Pacing, purse $500.00. 2:17 Trotting, purse $500.00. 'Running Race, 4 furlongs, purse $100.00. Other Running Races, distance as per "Daily Program," The heats of the races will be interspersed with vaudeville Acts and Alladin the Trick Horse; also exhibition of Saddlers and Roadsters. Exhibition Draft Horse Hitch. Wednesday Evening 7:30 p. m.—Concert by Herb's Official Baud in Grand Stand. 8:30 p. ni.—Russian Ballet Dancers, John Robinson's Elephants and Free Vaudeville Acts. 8:45 p. m.—"The World at War"— the. big entertaining feature of the State Fair. Parker's Superior Carnival Shows Every Day and Night! H. L Thompson, President. A. L. Sponsler, Secretary WOMEN AND CHILDREN The Pa&seoger» on Steamer Q«l> way Casile Wbeo II Sunk. SOME HEART-RENDING SCENES At Plymouth Wjiqn Hundreds ol (be Survivon Were Being Cared for Ttoere, Plymouth, Sunday Sept. 15.—Heart rending scenes were witnessed here when hundreds of survivors of tbe torpedoed steamer Gslpay Castle were- lauded at ^ o'vlovfc Thursday- morning. The passengers were mostly women and uUftlren and It is believed that wnu *SBwllle8 have been lost. ' • Among toe survivors were little tots scarcely able to walk, crying In vain for their parents. Parents were searching la all directions for news of tneir children and women were seeking vainly for their lost husbands. It mattered nothing that warm, dry clothing was distributed to take the place of the scanty attire survivors Matched as they left the ship. Their one thought was to get news of their relatives and friends. Without Warning. There seems no'reason to doubt that the vessels was torpedoed without the slightest warning. The explosion occurred between the engine- room and the eloke hold the fact which is taken to rule out any possibility that the ship stwk a mine. The explosion made comparatively little, noise, but caused thi ship to buckle In a most extraordinary manner. She was injured at the extreme bottom and was bent and torn clear to the upper deck, and seemed likely to break In two at atty moment. In spite or the extent of the damage done to the Galway Castle, some of the crew declared that the impact was hardly greater than that of the vessel bumping heavily against the side, pi a quay, Tbe Iwwsh pf water was tremendous. One engineer was swept into the tunnel from the enginerooni and drowned. Passengers to Boats, Fearing that the!liner would founder at any moment, Captain Oyer ordered the boats lowered and issued lite belts to all passengers. One boat was swamped, another was damaged because the falls became fouled and another was swept back against Me liner by a wave and smashed by tne propeller. Another narrowly escaped a similar fate; Henry Burton, minister of railways of the Union of South'Africa, who was among the survivors, was sot Inclined to speak of his own exped­ iences, but Joined with other sui viv- nSrs Jn prafilng tbe devotion to duty and. tho self -sacrifice of the officers of the ship and the men en the naval vessels which rushed to the rescue. toiler-' The twentieth cpntury way vest with a biuder, Use en Interna- tlpnal Grain Schocker. Don't worry about harvest bauds. Working toduy at tho Harvester Company's Exhibit at the Fair. Children tfry FOR FLETCHER 'S CASTOBIA

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