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PACK TWO. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER i?/j &18. Get Ready for Winter! Buy your stoves now and have tliem ready when winter comes. Sec our new and secondhand heaters and cook stoves. Furniture for the home, both new and secondhand. We can supply your needs for Fair Week. v Snyder Furniture Co. 13 and 107 South Main * • *•*'*•'*: ••' <j- vj 1 •-•> <|' TEXTILE ART AWARDS. i * -i ••• *• 4 <i -l' $> <s» «*- «• * For tin* first llmo in llif* lifpiory or lho Ivms.'us 'Sintr Kair, (he judging in ft di'piiruut'itl was completed and thr clrrlts In tliis (ip|»arttnrnl had v\ory- thiiiK wrMU'it up and nndy t.u RO tu Ihf in Intt-•- in thf mil nl tin? riri*t day. Oroi'Kc fc*. .h-nMny and Mis.i .\uy JJur- ^ha liavn lol HfV'Tal yearn licon the flnO lo (oiDpleii- Ihnir work but ibis year they cxi-M-ded their past records. Thr awards are ns follows: Tablecloth and G Napkins I'lfiii;.! Kiiil 'iuMl' -ry~ Mrs-' " riiiil, #»<>«:::rr Km1.r..|dm-d M.I nor, K(t'*iiul. ^ I>rii^i)M.»r)»- Mrn. I, on*). *" Sheetc and Pillow Cases Km f m:M< i ALrw. . A- I Mrs. Ilartv WILT- llm-hpr, Hoc- scs. To- KnltilUA—],ntil .M Klr^t; Mrs. Aim;: Alma Mtittiin, St- 'i'titliiit; -At PH. I Stponrtpd, Wl.:liltu. I*llttull, SOW J Hi. r* a i filing, Kirn I; Airs, mid. M. A. Wasnon, Mi *t. APPEAL TO THE POPE Auslro-Hungariaii Foreign Mirt« istcr Begs Him for Peace. WOULD. USE THE HOLY SEE J J n.<tyi Mr; A. Mat: StMitni'l" i, SLVl'H'.l. t. j*. ii. i:vfj- V, il. llrtuvn. I- ; Mi].>l iiWtiwc: U hr^l/" firs't; Mo-. J. 1- fhs ! .; Mr* Wiith r SIJ !i Towels Willi* i:int>r'ml"*n*i M haul. \\ h-h.iii. finl; Mi> T««p-K..., .-»••-• I'nl-M.i 1 i;inl.!-..i.le:'«-<l- Miv. 1M S.i.v>»-!. flfN!, Mlrf. J'. Jl- l'iVMlllUi 't). :!llt. S\v> tJi.il) ^ 'M\ iiiK -Mi .-i. U 1' 1 locker, Em -t. 'J'.ttt jpfz Mt;-\ < !o«i .lullPS, fir«.t; Mi"K Li. A. S.iwytr, 'I 'ojM -kn, w-ri>tid. ror-.iiaii*»ti Mir. U. M. iifi-ivihffton, 'Vl'k liiln, Isi-iit; Mis VV. Ji. Huffhefm, CM>.')I.-;^I Mrs. J. K llity.'s, Mrst; Mrs. i Insist i 'iiAi-ilwlnin. i-i-i't.Mi. • MM Mi', fl. Jl.>(riilii'^, iii.it; Mm. O. M- l'.l'-WiliShli, :----«MI.I. Lunch Cloth. Wiilt,: i )4nl-. ..i.lt-uil- Mr*. C. II. PIX, rilVt; Mi-i \V. 1' lULt;J.ii.if. vnotid, Cul<t; • Mir. lamina (.Jitil»y, Ailiijire, flivt; Mi-s. 1"'1 Joii'-s, si-ctiiiti. \ ltruw :uv.-rk Mrs t Ji-s -iit < *h.i i t»Tliiiii. flrHt; \ ntoriu >H« •rut-.^uj], ]>iiv< nwortlj, 1 liti iliiiu^i' - Mi:;:' M. llnwnfl, Topi'ku, fir.*'I. Me- • V A. Saw) or. si < oiui J»iii!.-» \V«M k Mi." I'-. II Kvo!iiald. I'ir.°i. Mif. .linn's j*^ci>nd. Orui i.rt- Mi^'. W. 10. L'aiT, first. I.Irs. J-M . 0 ... >•,..»). Sc.irf3. Whli- /;m(*(..idi it-Ki -Mrs. }\ II. JvVwr- hittd, /i: 1 -!. Mi.-. Tiii'.-. Mr.Joi, M .uiiil. (•uti'.i'-l l'iiut-[-:.:ucil- Mr-'. U'. I\ HUJ- tfii. rir.u; Mis .1. 1'. Hay.--;', -t-o...t:tl. l^arc -\ Inltt Hun^-ll, l.yoni. lirtil; Mrs. Th«'K. M i>«r, .-v.-oi.il. ' M.-tv lint .IKI'I-r, firi'.t; Mi.. \\\ II. IluIlhSii-'.-*, SIM'I,JHJ. 1'iaiiu A1:M. l.«»:ii: < !l u'.rliiUlil, fhv-l; Mrs. M Fl. f-M%v«n1.->. i -'f -fviftfi Centerpieces. < "o!'-:( (1 1*1 iii-it Mi,;-. 11 rr.. Wu.rhr-r. fir.-u. Mi>. i.mt- .1i'ji»;- , : < .•-.•J'lic.j I Vt'H J*/j)*il milt rv - Mir. Ktniiin <;il>- l.v, A.lrr.iif, lii-jst. Mr.-. It. V:\?\; «i-fon.l. KKJi'h i.iii. i'.'yt'.fi-Mi.'i. C A. Siivvyor. llit.t. MJ»nt-s, .-i.-'iiil. I'liiif-h- -Mis;. liniT'. Wariit'r. ? t-T-otuI. JIdtilaiiRtM - .\lt*. l.uiuia ijih'»y. Admire, lirat; Mi--. 11. N Mclu-i', :^««-OIHI. < v ochct laci -Mrs. I ii.nli IM it yard, fiiivli Mi- ; . J. A. tirajti. /^'i:ii|i!l. r >r;iw n'.V'i 1. -Mi.s tiiJiiil I'lri :nht:rluln. tljyl; Mr."! '.*. A. S.iwycr, . ju-fitml. C'ru^ Miiirli - MIK. 1'. IJ. ICvt-.i 1 ..aj, 1st. Wall .'it 'H .iN -• \'t« Inriu Mlnm-ison, scc- i» ml. i '1 -.M-ii, : Mr... 1; noffhUit-s, £ttrl; Mr.". It. K .«C, .-.--.MHl. ('*i»ronatttiii- -Mrj. M. OU\. firvl, illri. F. fl. ISiowil. nf-rnnO Kni ; /i<jl'l<-rt-(l - -Air.'-, (.runt (.IhaiiilicrlJUn, flr-'-i; Mi.-:-. M.: II tic Moiit^onir: y. i i.-cund. Uunch Set. Oi"i|u>lftl-Mr5. Utl Suwyi-r, fiif-'i Mis. 1$. M;iL'!h;iupi-rirhil. ("Torln-i tt 'taltl.i Mr.«. 'IHJ. Jones, first; Mir- .In.' ! 11>.iiulit r. F»JI-KIIII. Wlwn- KmJim'tlfrol—Mlhs Ma« fltntney. f 1 nil; Mr.v J. i'. JoiniMte .ii, .•>eruini. Iriii-t- liihlm- Hfi-.Iilrs. Jno. Jlfslnller, first; .Mrs. I;T:MH <-"uiiiiitjoiluhi. M'oontl. Pincushion?. Whin- Kn]hruiu>.ry---_\|f-K. -\V. J. Stiilth. /Ij-»i; .\ll'M. Uair.V WilMMT, ;;t'«'i> ;i ,J. 43til.ii-«J KmhK.s.U-i-y- • Mm. J mi. t|u.stut- lor, l'ir:it; Mtrs=' I U'len Kciudi'it, t;it- WJltll. :-t t;t>inl. - lijiH -h -Mm. \\\ .1. SriJUi," flirt. U';i'-Mlw ll.;icn Hvun\uu, jirsi. Mum Hue b.i nlr.fy. s>'(.'(in.i. Pillows. Whlt» .I'itii)/! UICOJ ctl-—Victoria ."ii;«'n;s- non, fii.it, Col'.j!C;l KmltK'idr.! fl •- Mif, tlrant (Jnunhvi Uiin. ill.-.'.; Mr,i, Vai Suwjtr, !• trend. Kt'llti Crtu'lii-ti n -~ \'lt:tofia Miiiiic-sst.n. fll-sl; Aim. Jf. r. Hrlnttm. J-JHIijmv .Mi, act- OinJ. , C:rii -Ls !*lit-h M;i.\ I'. i(. Kvfi -n .u-d, 1st; Mr- 1 '. ( J. M . lir-fw iDRtoii, UM-I-DJ. Underwear. J In.l.'i i .iii .-n-.; Nurtil t'own-Mrs. L. I'. Ol'iiKUi, Hi •- i; Mr. . A llot.^laIiti, »tec- oinl. Uowii fllct - -Mi*-!. l^mlKa lliihinond, fir^t; Mrii, i.\*ha J'tiiitr, <*(y,lt-., w^oiid. l»Oi\i:. i :oL -|n-i I.raid -Mm, A. IIUUK- lata). J.si; Mn-.- \V. J. Smith. M-ivmd. Gown f - \II-M. \V. J. Smith, rirnt; Mr*. J,OI;JS,I Knhniond. bi<r>tul. Cftiiibiiititldii --Mt s. Juo. I JuitulK-r, first; Sirs. A. SawvL'i - . ,st .-<:o!ul. Coin Mini I ion, Kmhri>ldftrul --M.tr- Si-nl- m.'.v, J';J,-.I, Jfti.j Hurry W'ttnu'r. srctuid. t 'uiiil.liiuti'iii, 1,-u'i: irlm-ftttHi •-May liar- film, lirsi; Min, A. ('. ilimfjiaiid, rier.jial. tiklt-t, vniliuuiU*! , i'il--MiH* Seir.iify, flrHt; Mi's. ij;in>' Wtutiiti', sivcd.'d. Curt?el I'/.M t-r, rrorhirl. Mm- til -ntlies', 1st; Mis, J mi HorfiuUer, H ,-tMiti|. Sktn, l:itf tuM -hri --Mr.-. Uydhi Kuilcr, fll til, M ill. J nu. 1 Instil tier, scctiml. - Uri'iis—-M-fH. i"). M. HifwhiKtoii. i.st; Miri. \V. J. Huiiih Ki-.-oiit! . CvuiiInK tli'fsj, Nth,-I UerJIn, fh-wt; Mm. J HO. i llViitUlll.-r. fc't'.MlHl. Shirtwaist, French uiuj IJyelt-l- -Mrs. Jt. S. St>nlimy, fin; i. Irish r.'-ot.-lii't - Mri«. Jan. JICMUHUU-, fir^t. t'lU't - Ales. Jnu. ilorttulk-r. lii-st; .May JJujvilj.it st'i-ujid. .s, Tauinu Mrs. Jo-'ophlnt' Airliur, first. Handkerchief, Tolat lane—Mrs, U. U .Itus^, flrat; Mrs. O. M. ISrvwIntiiitii, Hccami^ Tuliliiti—Mrn. O. M. Hn-winKioa, firtil; M'ra. Ci. A. Saw>er, «t-t:uiwi. CrotuKtiii'li -Mi*. 1.. 1'. lIocUcs. first; Mr:f, A. C, ll'ijahttul, yvcaml. BntW-ubtTE-—MrH. U. ('.. (toss, firnt. Kmbrotdei'ttd-•• Mi«. 1*. Hulfhlnos, flcst; Aim. Kd Sawytr, t<tit:oiiU. , Cottar ana Cuffn. AVblU: ciiHiivkicrcd-Mf«. JL S. Stitlncy. I'lmt.v ,Ou!or»d. tiiitUroltU'iud— Mm. R. S. Sunl- .'tfy, ^Irst: UeJfcil Hcai'dciit, Mftauid. i ««eiJ ",-.M>ai. ] v . P Uock .t:r, fhf .t. :~Iri»h--Mrtf- W. J- Sw4U», flml; Mrs. M. Uoffiil(ii:i», ueikmd. Dag». 'J'f ttiJig-^Jfe^. O ,M. Un."Aliistuii, rirat; Brsiiu j>tll |cr* seotmu. • Textile Fabrics l«aim<4ry—Mr*. Harry WIUIH'''. Ne.cond. FWwti 'Crochet—tiloh'u H«-'ar*ion, Kmuind. ffttoiirf (.Vwlu'l-Ajjs. jVutiiuy, i'lrst; Ui». A. it J In; ieJii£ioD ( HerenU. (SudahuUt—'May Sc-ntney, Flr»t; Mls» VOIM J-iaafl". JSt .'Li >itd. ffUln Sowing. Hand Made, KpcM "liajrithiK — Uuieii itvainluii, Iftivtt liUa^eaciio Willi -iin^, fct-cond. Aju-tih— MJ«. It. B. Bt-jUnyy, I ^t; Mr». •• JiutH 'jt M. Jiarton, Jajuoati)v.n, Bocojid. Warn nan £tf ><Kl(/lr (TUp—Miss Vera IhiUr, Klrui; \Ue Bculuty. scoond. Old U*dy*B Work, Wind auwlh^-iiiv. M . am, mm; Mry. J. Mtuwcy. flepond. jUruwnwo*it~MJ*H. J, J5. Tottorff, Fintf, J*po—Mri^. P, H. lii'vwn, To^htt, Soo^Kond JimbrolUer)'~*&»- AJma BuU<»V L ^|ppoud - *w WffiS* Work Child Under 10. Hnml SnwIiiK Miss Kilo™ Smith, First; ^VIlrml Stewart, Si 'cwut. Wnil.rcldi'fy-Hrloii lU'iinlon, I'hft; Wllinn Stfwtirl, SI-I^MIII. Croi -lK t lid™ Iti-arrljli, Klret; lM.n Marie Stmlcr, KrciMid. KnltUiiK - Myrtli- Hlilrcllff, Klrxl; Kll" n Srnltti, ^rrimd. ~ Juvenile. llani.1 Srwlng—llil'M Roanloti. Plrst; U'lnotui illlllrr. S.x'ond, JkjiistllclilnK—IIN'MI HfarOnn. first. V>mt'rol(U'ry—KiunclK Cot 1 , l'-irst; lU-len ttwir<1*«i, tVi-oiKl. Hand .Ma«1o ]lati'lUfrrhlot-—IIclrii lt .ar- dim, l-'tivl; I.iiclJ'. lli'DWji, y.'1'oiiit. I'TO'liH - Kriuifl^ lUyl, I'll -Bt; Kllifl lliuils, Soixji.d. Iiivss.il I Mil—Miss IU»S0I11!UV t'-txisj'. Kir.-1- Kuttt^l \V'nrti - l'-ntnr's Ci*\ l'-ii-st; I IMktml 1 lultoll. Si oi'Ud. Yarn KnlUInQ and Crocheting. Knlttnt Slli,|„is u .ulsu Htii 'nnKl, !-'ir>if. Mi-s Ma.ist'y, St'i'oisi, i'r<.ti <.ti d Sliiip.-rs—Victoria M'Minl.^son, first. t"i... lu'tf-d Slunvl-Mrs. AJicc .limps, Flr>-L , Slanih. r H"V I.iuWii St-pn ^At. First; Virtf.ria M4nmiHsiin, Krcond. KniMt-d .Swt i atcj---Mrs. Jao. Hoitullcr, Firs;; Mn;-tha MrKlwaiii, SrnmJ. Kntltftd llclnii I -Mr*. Jnu, IKvtutlcr. riist; Mrs. It. ll„ffliln«-s. Kc<-oll.l. K'rillt '-.l Si'aif-Miss M. Howard. Toiic- ka. Fli^-*,; Mrs Jnct. 11nsluittor. Second. KnJtlo.1 .Sorl<s -Mrs, AUna Bulton, lirst; Mlm tilla Muntli^j.-. Soonnd. In an Effort lo tyork Out Some Scheme to Save the Dual Monarchy. Curtains. Trorliot 'rrirnimii—Mrs. Grn.nl fiiam- t»cflaifl. First. Mr*. J.. 1'. liocilitf, Siv'ond. 'J'attins 'l-rtninivd -Mrs. II. S. WliiUel, l-lrst; Mrs. 1* 1\ lliwktir, aewnd. J^ortiers. Silk K:IK Mr*. F. J. Jlasscy. First; Mis. 1:3. L. I5ri'\v.jr, Norond. Lace Work. Point I^inr— Mrs. (.;. V,. 1W15S, First; Mis. Almu iJutloji, Second. T;'.ittJtiK--Jl.ra, M. A. Wanton, First; Jirs>'pliiii,. v M(;h!»r, Second. '' l.aot; tVillar—J.^<'phi TIe AJCher, 1-^lrst; Mre. Jl, M. WIilts-11. Second. .«;»eim—May Harsha, First; Mrs. 73d Sa \v> i r, Second. ! Jiobldn l .aL -e—Mrs. Emrnrl Ui.tlon, I l-'lrst. l-'il. t - Victoria M<M!nls.-mri, First; Mrs. I! Ilotfhlnes, Sei-ond. t':ui y rrTH -liet—.Mrs. C .n. McKee, l-'lrst; Ml.s. I U, Second. I'oioi.ntion ('..'id—Mrs. C. It. McKcc. Si^ind. Iii.ih lii-.erlioti -Mr.-i. W. .1. Sinitli. First; .Mr.'. .Inn. llo-lutlor. Second. l.:o<. 'iTl.Lined l>otli',s- .lo.-eithlnc Archer. Finn. Irish 1,-ii.v-Mrs. W. J. Smllll. Flisl. lush ('raelie; - Mrs. G. t'hajnberlaJn. I'list; Mrs. IV, J. Smith. Second. ' Trays. rrnssstltch—Mrs. !Uiy Tinder'. Wictitta. Hi-sl, MJ-S. t' H. Iluiat>hre.y«, Sec-md. Orochcl Table Mat—Mrs. .]. C. Ooim- Amstcnlani, Scpl. 17.—Baron Bu^ inn, Uio Atistrosrluugarian tornign minister, on September 14, according lo n Vienna dispatch, sent a note lo tlio apostolic nuncio at Vienna, Mon- eienor Dl IJonzo, stating that his government had decided to propose a peace conference urging the Vatican to support it. The Austrian note to the Vatican read no follows: "After four years of unheard-of struggle and gigantic sacrifices th< battle •which has been devtlstlng Europe has not been able to bring ttboul a dttision. Animated by a spirit oi roconcllallon, which already has been expressed in Its note.of December 12. l'Jlfi, the Austro-Hungnrlan government has decided to approach all belligerent states and invite \ tbeuv to pavo the ^ay to a peace which will be honorable for ail parties by a confidential and unbinding exchange of thoughts. In Gratlude. Full of gratitude, the AuKtro-lfun- garlan government hereby remembers that touching appeal of which his holiness, the pope, sent to all bellig- 'erenti»- last year with the exhortation that they seek an understanding and live ngalir in brolberly concord.•Firmly convinced that tile holy father to day ;i!so longs that suffering mankind will soon again enjoy the blessings of peace, we confidently hope he .will sympathize with our note and support It with the moral influence which Is recognized nil over the world. "Animated by this thought, I re- c.ttest your excelloncy to submit the enclosed text of the note to his holiness." SERGE AND SATIN MAKES MIDDY SMI yloit, Soi mid. i'M«*h< ii'tl-Mrs. II. S. Sontney, First; .Vrrt. U'. J. Smith, Second. Table Runner. ('•ws Sliloh—^trs. W. J. Smith. First; MJV. P. II. 1^-eihard, \Vlchlin. Seeomi. I'uiit')! Work—-Mrs. IV H. Kverhard, Sei-ond. # Kinhrnldfircd—Mrs. Haro' Warner, First.; Mrs. A. C. Houglund, Second- (."rtx^het Trlmmeii—Jlelcn Heajdun. Hisi; Mrs. hi. A. Owetis, Stvaitd. Infant '6 Deportment. Outfit"^Mts. W,. 1*. lluaioii. TujurUa, First; Mra, Ixiulw Utchinond, Svcond. Short i»rt«te—Mrs. il. S. Sentnvy, hir.st, Mrn. (\. W. Br)'!*". Ki'cuni'l. Kimono—Mrs. W. I'. HuHton, First; Mrs. l^jutiJt: Itichmnnd, Second. ' t 'rochet Sao-ue—Mrs. l^oulse Jliclimond, Bi>t. Boot!»•«(, 1Cmbroldrrf-d—Mrs. Jl. S. Sentney. First; Mrs*. thK>. Junea, Bxc^Jid. 1 {I.HH i« s, K11 i t;vd —M't d. F. 11. IIro\v n, Me.-.md. Jiuiii.tl, White Kmb.— Mrs. It. S. Seiu- lu-y, i-livt. Mis. U. Jiurflilnvs, S -H -o:id. I !"IIIII-I, l.'riK'hot - --Mrs. H- Uttfiliines, First; Mi's. O. A. Sawyer, Topeku, Scc- nmi. l^rniif'. Tasited—Mrs. K. A. Oiwsaway, FlrKl; .lo^enhlne Archer. Second. lioimet, Irish Crochet — MJ;S. W. J. Smith, Firm; Mr.-*, C. A. Sawyer, S*vond. She. t Hiid HUo^---Mrs. it. S. Stiiilney,, First; Mae SenUiey. S*-eond. i.'iiiriag*'' Kobe, i,"tochel— Vlclorla Minu »<iHon, First. i 'uniutfc liobe, J'mli.— Miu; iimttney, lMi-Ht; Mis, \\\ V U.iyland. Serond. niild 's Short Skirt- M-ue Sentut i >vi /irMt; Mrs. J no. llustuili-r. Second. Quilts. Silk Patch work— Mra. Warner, First; Miv. J. N W'aiman, Second. U'tKtl.n Patchwork—Mrs. J. K. Ik-rron, St-riiiiti, l-'iiv:l; Mi's. Mary l^uidis, SeC- tilni. I'oUtm Pateliwnrh —Mrs. W, P. Rais'liind. Jnvt; Mr.-. J. K, liernm, Second. Silk, Craay—Mrs. Jl. A, Jilajdur, Second. Wot^lni, Criizy—Mrs. F, J I, Ihuwn, See- otton, Qulltlnpr-Mrs. 1^ C. MeKee, it'. Mil" Keiltin -V, Soty»nd. i'.>\ion. It'-s-t UesljMi -IMJT*. M. Cuthliert- n. Sf.-rllny, Flrat; Mrs. Mary Lundii*, v.md. Bed Spreads. . Fllel--Mrs. (1. i\ Curlle; First; Mrs. M, T^lll. tSetTxilid. Oroehei—Mrs. Herman - Yost, First; Mrs .Inn. t'unnlii^luim. Wichita, Si-cond. Kinhtiiiilere*!-- -Slit* Fli»yd Hippie, First; Mrs. W, J. Kiulth, Seeoml. Bead Work. PurHf--MrH. A. M. Ibvwiiitfton. Finrt; Mis. (Join's, Hi'i'ond. Sp< <-iuien—Mrs. A. M. - Itrewln^toii, lii.U; Mia. Vornon (Jmy, Kecoiid. Rugs and Carpets. Mnihletl ltii{f~M.rn. Uahrlelson, Mi>l. Woven KtiK--Miss M. H*tward, Fiist. Hand Made UUB—MJT*. U. C. Ha null, Admin-, Hist. H:\K farpet-Mrs. 10, J- Mussey. Fli-st. i lot Carpet- Mrs. Funnel Hut ton. Firs i. Antfques, Anlldiv Work-Mrn. W. P. Huslon, Fh>.t; Mis. M. CuihWrtson, Second. liiilM »rled Work- Mrs. F. R Hippie, l-'tr .-i; Minnie KaHinmn, Second. KHAKI BIIJLS ] Aiiss Klolse liarber received u letter irom her brother, Sergl. Eurl K. Llttrbir, who is in France. He says they till are well and like it fine. Ho suys his company was to be moved but they didn't know where. Mrs. Frank M. Smith has word from hei son Waiter W. Smith telling of his sole arrival over seas. Kxpcclanl Keplucement Unit No. CO, .Medical Causal. Martin Aelmqre left Friday for Civuip i'iko, ArkatiBas, where ho will attend the officers I raining school theru. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carr will ot^upy the Aeliuoro homo. Tito man. srlti Just u little authority is going to use it moro than does a mei-'wiifi 4 big amount or suiaor- lty, A mia4 -iritu just a litUa of Wat is very apt tp malie other people soro mi iMicwt^.— 4 .t<>w«<>>t oioie. mi you «f» the Republic Truck. »t i)»o mn Reno-»uiek C* i6-6t. In thp communication Issued by the Austrian foreign office in connection with the note lo belligerents and neutrals regarding the proposed peace conference it was announced that the step taken by Austria had, been brought to theTknowIedge of the holy see in a special note. It was added that an appeal had been made to the Pope's interest in peace. I TEMS OF INTEREST. TO RED CROSS WORKERS' 1 It Is a problem for the girrwho is going away to school or college to find frocks which are suitable for wear on many occasions at many hours of the day. > She must have a serv%r?»ble frock for class-room wear. And the girl with forethought usually picks a dress for this instead of a suit, or a waist and skirt. The advantages, of a dress are many. It is less expensive than a s-iit and does not necessitate the fresh blouse dully. Thus it saves in actual initial ouVlay of money ,»r.d in subsequent laundry, bills* It is» usually easier to sllpiihto a. one-piece, fre'eic and this is" the, saivation of the girl' who don« not always heed <lio rising bell, ^notherSiniperla'nt feature of the frock, which might be put at the head of the list, is its bccomlnsiie-is There is : no question ehout a dress being beconunjg to any girl bui a suit is often very lihbecuming lo young gr-ris especially 1 the appers who should be more tban-particular about the styles they ndooi; lest they look, awkward and*awky. • The photograph shows Lillian Walker; the girl wilh the dimples wearirig oneX'pfthe very newest and smartest school-frocks. It is a middy suit de lnxotand fulfills all t'-e requirements 6t;a/'.middy as well as of a ohe-pl&e d &jBj ;--Thp skirt is made of-. sergsiiJatiy -Mnp, and haaTsmall boi-^plaiflk'Tlio^ blouse is of French satin ijritti Wlw'iind cuffs of serge. The really riewi Xealiire of-this frock is tlfo.broad satin girdle wiQj-its sash ends* edged witli fringe. This .adds a distinctive and decidedly different loach which wtil attract the gi/lwho likes to fce original laosigh conservative: ;" EXHIBIT IS WONDERFUL Thai Wblcli the Government tins on Display Today, IS ATTRACTING ATTENTION Because Everybody Is interested in Whatever Concerns Our Soldiers. " v ',. Suttle & Sons Grocery will be closed all day Thursday, September 19, to attend the Fain Itecent advertisement showing the uses to which paper could be put in times of war included the use of paper bandages for wounds. It seemed to the cjtsual reader to be a little far fetched, but James Howe, a son of Ed Howe of the Atchison Globe family writes the following letter home. Air. Howe'is an Associated Press correspondent at the front: "1 am sending you a'sample of the crepe paper used by the Germans for , bandgages for tho"wounded. 1 found { The Parker Shows the Most III' it in a church used by them as 'liSYLAND" CATCHES EYES OF FAIR VISITORS hospital, and which they hurridly abandoned on the approach of the Allies. Apparently some of the twenty-five had starved to death. 1 nm again back at the front, after a few days in Paris. I have set you a (lerman lielmel, which I picked up o the battlefield while on my way, on foot, lo a hill from which I observed the advance of the Americans. I witnessed the Amorican infantry advance until German shells became too thick, and then I left hurriedly. 1 was lately in a gas attack, for an hour and thought lor a time my time had come. % Every morning 1 leave my headquarters at 8 o'clock and do not get hack until nine or ten al night; frequently 1 do not get back at all, and spend the nigbl with the iroope." illlss Helen llawsou of Ureal llend went lo lioslou this Summer where she spent the time taking a muBical course, but the need of helpers iu the war bus appealed so strongly to her that she has gone to Washington, iD. C. where she will enter a Military Ked Cross training school. 18 MEN CALL FOR OCT. 7 .' Reno County to Send One More Contingent to Ft, Riley. The local draft board has received a coll for 18 men to be sent to Ft. Riley from Bono county Uie week of October 7tb. Those who have teen called are: Murray Edward Hedburn, Route 3. ' Floyd Farrell Brown, Houte 4. Ixirin Clayton Helm, Jtoute 1, Plevna. Amos George Stutzniun, Route 6. Krnost WcClunr, Uroeusburg. Vurgess Farminglon Neleou, Route 1, Kiugmun. Andrew Walter Danze, 208 Houg- lund. Rollie C. PltcMord, 210 Aveuuo a west. tltfj'l I.udwlg Binion, 'J'uron,.. JJoyd ChuTiaon Uailoy, Route 1, Sickcrson. ' Bewoy Albert Hill, Route I, Burrton. , • M j. lOdmond Andrew Blew, Parlaw. : • Irn ljuko Plmmett, Turou. ... • Jobu Cecil, 705 Third East^/ Amos 13. J3hllog, Abbyville. r. ... Rpy Chase Wilson, 218. ParK street. Roy Consldlne, Routo 2, Stirling, Abrabm Q. ..THIwwn. VfSi^'y 8", lutnan. Velvets ara. cpm bin od, enoutb, with wool velour. teresling Amusements Hutchinson Has Had., FlfUien big shows and five riding devices represent the lineup of attractions on "Happyland" which 1 B the title the Parker Crcatcst Show people apply to the amusement zone of the big State Fair. \ . All ol the rides and shows that were in operation lust night were very liberally patronized and the verdict of the customers was most favorable. Tills Is the first time a Parker show has furnished the attractions at the Fair despite tho fact that Mr. Parker is not only a Kansas product, but lho biggest manufacturer of amusement devices lu the world. C. W. Parker started his first show, from Abilene und Hutchinson was ono of the first points he visited at that lime it required only a halfdoBen cars lo transport the show and its operators; tho show that Mr. Parker has sent to tho State Fair this year hnB its own special train of twenty-flvo double length cars, built in tho Parker factory at Leavenworth. One ot the now and novel 'attractions of the Parker Shows Is Uie. "Underground Chinatown" which claims to bo a reproduction of the Chinese underworld of San Francisco before the-fire; it is not a moving picture but an actual reproduction; of the Chinese living quarters, slave markets, drug shops, gambling houses and tho opium dons that" arf lamillai'to every visitor t« the famed liarbary Coast of San Francisco. As a special attraction for the kiddies Mr. Parker .Jiaa sent yi baby merry go round, built expressly for tho Fair and the only ono ov-er built. Tho "Baby"' is located directly opposite the secretary's otlice and the only difficulty is to keep (ho grown ups from crowding the kiddles off the ride. ; ^Perhaps Uie attraction . whhjjj is drawing most the attention of everyone this year at the Fair Is the government exhibition, because it has so much human interest connected with It. Whatever concerns our soldiers, no mater in what shape or form, concerns the folks Back home in Kan 'sns, and since every one -is connected •with the army or navy through some relative or friend, this exhibition has' an unusual and\particular appeal fori all. Everybody is interested in the big big guns which our boys aro using so effectively today hammering at tho gates of Melz. There is on display an American ninde gun called the mountain gun which is equal in its effectiveness to .'tho. 'French 75's. II can be so timed that'the shells will explode at an accurate distance of throe miles, and whatever happens to stop one of these bullets realizes how accurately the guns can be aimed. They are built somewhat heavier than the. 75 's. White Mead Torpedo. There are all types of rifles, some of which have been taken from Germans in battle. An interesting souvenir taken from the Navy department Is a while head torpedo which measures sixteen and a'' half feet long and when hflKled cost $18,000. It is a type used on the big battleships and submarine destroyers. The war head is loaded with something like 500 pounds of T. N. T., the greatest explosive known and can travel in any direction, circle, zig-zag or otherwise at a spend of 32 to 36 miles an hour. Tents of all kinds, shellB, entrenching tools, complete equipment of the soldiers ready for battle arc also lo be seen. The medical department has a very unique miniature base hospital on display. It is very wonderfully and accurately designed on a scale of lMs inches per hundred feet. A wounded soldier can be removed (Tom any part of the hospital to the remotest corner witliout leaving an enclosed porch and many other conveniences are noted. Soldier Pictures. "The human Interest which surrounds the panels, displaying many photographs'of'the American hoys. Is rather noticeable to us,'' ono of pie men in charge said today. "So, many of the people declare that Ihey have seen some' relative or friend of theirs in the pictures. At ono fair that.we visited recently an old lady was seen to hong around the pictures for such a long- time, that one of tho boys wont up to her lo ask her what was tlie matter. He learned that her son's picture was among one of Die group and that be had been . killed some weeks before. We have - many ,'other interesting happenings similar to that," he added. Can't Display All. Because of the lack or sufficient space not all of the exhibit could be placed on display, so much room had to be left for aisle and to display prop- e)ly that which is on exhibit Among other interesting things are a floating mine, depth bombs or depth charges which aro/so arranged that one can by turning a little arrangement on the top of the bomb, lime it and it will go o/f at specified time and place, powder cans and bags which the Navy uses. The guide explained that it took 500 pounds of powder lo send a shell weighing 900 pounds a distance of 20 miles. Two battleship models are also attracting cousiderable interest The government has a display of hosp/ta! tents which are known a.txthe first aid hospitals. Practically all of the various displays aro mounted in the open so that people can finger them and Balisfy their curiosity. y The Flag Display. Among the most beautiful things of all is the display of flags. There aro American Flags, In abundance and a small fortune is tied up in them. One regimental flag alone cost the government $300. The educational side of this vast display can not at this time or per- hapB eyer bo estimated. Tho school children will have a much better idea of modern weapons of warfare, not In tho horrible aspect, but in regard to tho Inventive genius. Older people are also given an insight how tho government equips our boys and takes care of them mentally, socially and physically and will take home with them a bpttej- understanding- FADS AND FASHIONS. 1 welve Million Persons Use \ CALLED AWAY Mrt. E. E. Gilpin'* Father Dies at Little RlV»r Mr.'.and Mrs. I'V«3j>. ailpln und little daughter .Juunila wero suddenly called to Little River this moraine by tlio deaih of Mr, s. C. Alexander, fhlcu occurred at 3 a, in. this iu0(a- W£. M t'. Alexander la Mra, Gilpin's fattier, and suffered? a atroke of para- !yi*Ui »l»ut » woofcago. The fu,o- er»1 services »ill pj'fjbabiy. behold augjt«tlutc; Thursday «^ernoon; , • The cuirass Dodico Is here asalu, Natural Gas. Weather, Report Kantna generally fall* and warmer tonight and Wednesday. lite natural jrafc Indualry furnishes fuel to npproxlmntely 33,000.000 inliabiUiuJj of tho United Staler measured MmuiKh 2,400,000 domestic meloi -8, accordine -no David O. Holbmok, Bocretary of tho Natural JSas Association of America. The Jtgurns aro not yet avaifiUjlo for 31>17. but In 1316 the fuel furnished was equiviilont to more than 3.260,000 cars of coal, each.car with a capacity of 35 tons. ' This equivalent la based uimn tho quality of cool dellvoreU previous to the lost y*ar, OB II would lw Impossible to nrrlw at any fair estimate of the hout valim of u ton of coal such im was marketed durinqr tho extreme scarcity of coal In 11*17. Tho heat value of th« natural gus rurnlshfxl, howover, did not vary, and, as a consequence, OIOH« fortunate enough to be on natural Cos lines received the same Quality of fuel oa In previous yrura. .WICHITA NATURAL GAS COMT*A?fY. "PEP" IS THE WORD The Music Makers Drilled Under Sbusa Are Pleasing THE CROWDS AT THE FAIR Oave Concerts Down Town and Serenaded the Newspaper Office. Waistcoat effecta continue in chiffon blouses.' A new coat collar Is of the high crush variety. Browns and-/.red* are most in favor for fall, A fur striped poller is excellent on any frodt. .> ^ 'fkQ. closely ritt,ea sweater blouse IB congptcious. v 'J'jte boxy Jjat madp'of velvet and felt is popular. . ->i < Tho tailored suit shoujd be severely severe Jn lino, Simplicity is the! rule with^all well dressed wompa^- v ^ The favored jrtylo, ftp silk under- garineola is tailored- • Coat atylea conjimie ,U» doiniaMe In most of the dreiieg, Tho jarty Xroflt-flj^y be of aj^tln, strip* pf ermlugv ., .mids aratctjsv^'iTOSiie in #«>»• f%W •Wrt».«HJ *rr»wHly nu4« W m pleated Styles, "' "l'ep" Is the dominating "feature ol the music played by. Uie. Great;I'jakcs Naval band, which is thrilling'thous- anda of Fair visitors with it!^ martial airs ut the ..Stete ^F^^rojoiadil, this week. The Wuelaclf^Kmu^o'iin'Akera have an individuality In; playing that is characteristic of their peerless leader, John Philip Sousa and which dls. tinqulsheg' them from any other musical organisation. It is the 'snappy, "peppery" lively.'m'archinfe manner'in which they play lho tunes. This, is duo to the fact that tho tars tako "130 step to ihc minute whiio marching while other military organizations average approximately, 120 steps to the minute. The detachment of the Great Lakes band, which Is playing hero this week, was personally trained by IJeut. Sousa. The boys seem to have caught the Bplrit of the martial airs they play, and when they'some swinging down the. streets, heads erect, shoulders back, animated, eyes "front^ it is hard to gaze upon them ivitliout sensing Bomethling of the irrcsista- •ble dominance of American manpovr- * or. Plays Here Wednesday. Owing lo tho popularity of tho band, the State Fair officials have so- cured permission from Chief Veoinan Elmer S. Barnes, ; who has charge oC tho organization to remain over until Wednesday nighL Tho band will play three concerts tomorrow, concluding it's engagement with a concert in, front of the grand stand in the evening in which it will feature tho fam­ ous'marches of John Philip Sousa, and will introduce his most recent success "SabVes and Spurs." This morning the liaiid paraded Iko business district serenaded the News, and caused a general halt in business nl every stop. It. was it's first appearance on Ihe streets -of Hutchinson, anil throngs packed tbte ' gutter crowded sidewalks to listen to the bluejacket music makers. Their Music Snappy, , The boys have played their way Info the hearts "bt ; Falr patrons with their snappymusfc^as the applause that-.greeted: Ihelrvavpearance on -the street this.' inorniiity indicated. The,band jvilfelesye tomorrow night tor Ottawa .wherfcit. will remain for > A' certain, pr.oaM^it ! ri'ilwy direc- tor.was asked ftjj.ian! employe whose parents'live in th'p'ccountry for a pass to visit his family. : , "You are in tho employ of the company?'.' inquired the ; director. "Well, liow suppose you were ivorkirig: for a fanner instead of the company; would you'expect your employer tiTHako out his,horses every Saturday night and carry'you home'/" "No," fluid,,the employe politely, "1 should not expect that. But if the farmer had his liorses out and was going! my way I should call him a very mean fellow if he. •wiould not let me ride!" Sopio men uieet with much tjifficul- ty in finding good working weather. -^Atchison Globe,-; V The Last Days of Our Piano : Clearance Sale! ARE AT HANJfc Hurry lo Make The Great' Saviug Note Ihese Special Bargains: , A STEINWAV UPRIGHT GBAND-r-Used, could not be duplicated,under »716, condlUon just like new 1 , A wonderful bargain. CROC Our Special Price > *V »vw (Easy Terms.) EMERSON UPRIGHT eRANP—Used, largest style, beautiful walnut case; perfect condition; — $225 a very special value. (Very JSasy Terms.) ELBURN UPRIGHT GRAND in rich mahogany case, returned from rent. CondlUon absolutely like new, — $245 """(jjsasy Terms.) , j A big saving i KROEQER UPRIGHT GRA^ND —Mahogany ewe, rebuilt like newjjiei- l feet condition. 4. rear bargain, ' . « QC »\ ppjy i V v , (Easy TemB.)- IL PALL i Carl F. U«le, vs.

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